Throughout Mr. Goldman’s professional career, he has concentrated his practice in complex class action litigation involving violations of state consumer-protection statutes and privacy protection, the federal securities laws, and federal and state antitrust laws.
Mr. Goldman has represented victims of identity theft and data breaches, holding companies including Anthem, Inc., United Shore Financial Services, Xerox Mortgage Services, Athens Orthopedic Clinic, Community Health Systems, and Intuit accountable for failing to protect his clients’ personal information.
He has represented victims of Ponzi schemes seeking to hold financial institutions accountable for failing to prevent their customers, the Ponzi schemers, from taking advantage of the victims of the schemes. Mr. Goldman was also one of the attorneys involved in two of the largest antitrust recoveries ever obtained for small businesses and individuals, In re Brand Name Prescription Drug Antitrust Litigation ($723 million) and In re NASDAQ Market Makers Antitrust Litigation ($1.027 billion).
Mr. Goldman served as lead counsel in consumer fraud cases successfully brought against a number of life insurance companies, including Midland Life and Valley Forge Life for charging premiums for periods of time when no coverage was provided. He has represented individual and institutional investors as lead or co-lead counsel in numerous securities fraud cases, including In re Accuray, Inc. Securities Litigation ($13.5 million settlement), In re K12 Securities Litigation ($6.75 million recovery), In re Coinstar Securities Litigation ($6 million settlement) and In re Spectranetics Securities Litigation ($8.5 million settlement). Mr. Goldman also participated as co-counsel in the AOL Time Warner Securities Litigation that recouped over $2.5 billion for investors.