Daniel Z. Goldman
Dan is an experienced trial lawyer with a broad-based practice focused on white collar criminal and regulatory defense and complex commercial litigation.
Dan has significant experience representing individuals and entities in high-stakes cases and investigations involving financial and securities fraud, market manipulation, tax offenses, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations, antitrust violations, RICO charges, sanctions violations, allegations of public corruption, and healthcare offenses. In his civil practice, Dan has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in multi-million dollar disputes, and has handled matters involving securities and derivative litigation, contract disputes, business torts, and other commercial matters.
Dan has a strong track record of achieving outstanding results for his clients, ranging from securing favorable settlements in civil actions, to successfully persuading the government not to file charges or an enforcement action in the first place, to winning for his clients at trial. Dan has experience representing clients from a variety of industries, including accounting, advertising, banking and financial services, cryptocurrency, non-profits, pharmaceutical and healthcare, rating agency services, and real estate.
Most recently, Dan’s client, a former executive at JPMorgan, was fully acquitted of fraud, market manipulation, racketeering, and spoofing after a highly publicized, five-week trial in federal court in Chicago.
Dan graduated cum laude from New York University School of Law where he was a Robert McKay Scholar, and graduated cum laude from Duke University. Prior to joining Bienert Katzman Littrell Williams LLP, Dan was a partner at Petrillo Klein & Boxer LLP, a New York City-based litigation boutique.Download vCard