Dan is a trial lawyer who has represented clients in complex commercial litigation in state and federal courts throughout the U.S. He specializes in representing entertainment industry clients with regards to international treaty co-production structures as well as domestic production structures and service production agreements.
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Early Life and Education
Daniel Goldenberg is an outstanding Danish artist renowned for his hyperrealism. He has created backgrounds for animated movies and dioramas for Copenhagen Zoological Museum as well as city paintings. Daniel is also a member of the International Guild of Realism and regularly teaches art courses.
He graduated with honors from Stetson University where he competed on both football and dodgeball teams before going on to Harvard Law School to receive his law degree.
He has worked on numerous high-profile cases, serving as Chair of Discovery Committees for both Benicar and DePuy ASR litigations. Additionally, he serves on the steering committee for Hudson River Community Sailing; this non-profit organization seeks to develop leadership qualities in young people through sailing education. His practice can be found in New York City.
Daniel has extensive experience representing hedge funds, private equity funds, family offices and other sophisticated institutional investors in breach of fiduciary duty cases. Additionally, he provides advice to law firms regarding fee arrangements and law firm governance matters.
Prior to joining Holwell Shuster & Goldberg in 2021, Dan worked as a staff member on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee covering Middle East policy for Chairmen Kerry and Menendez. Additionally, he served as Iran Team Chief at National Security Network – a progressive nonprofit foreign policy organization committed to taking an informed, principled approach towards U.S. policy regarding Iran – while serving on their Board of Trustees at Annenberg Research Institute for Judaic Studies of Penn University.
Achievement and Honors
Goldberg has earned critical acclaim for her stage performances, such as those featured in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom musicals. Additionally, she garnered high marks for her TV roles such as appearing on The Whoopi Goldberg Show or reprising her role of Guinan on Star Trek: The Next Generation (in two subsequent series and movies).
Goldenberg has led the Call of Duty Endowment as Executive Director to become one of the nation’s premier philanthropic supporters of veteran employment, providing over 85,000 veterans with quality job placements and supporting over 27 years of active and reserve military service as a Navy Captain.
Daniel Goldenberg is a security thought leader and regular participant in industry forums and panels. As part of Team8, an exclusive global community of cybersecurity senior executives and CISOs, he collaborates actively to drive innovation within cyber security.
Daniel Goldenberg was blessed with an entrepreneurial spirit, leading him to start his own IT managed services business during high school. This venture offered services ranging from network setup and virus removal to repairs for friends and neighbors.
Daniel Goldenberg spends his free time volunteering his services with nonprofit groups focused on sustainable development along the California coast and protecting open space for outdoor activities, such as skiing, mountain biking, golf and reading books about investment and market trends.
He is known for creating hyper realistic scenic paintings and portraits in his studio on Willemoesgade 23 in Copenhagen, Denmark. Additionally, he provides art instruction and color theory classes. Furthermore, his artwork can be seen at several Danish galleries and commissions are accepted.
Daniel works with institutional investors, private equity funds, family offices and high net worth individuals on complex transactions that require in-depth expertise, market knowledge and hands on execution.
Daniel practices all phases of commercial and real estate litigation, construction management, non-profit governance and environmental law. As a senior associate he frequently defends against tenant and lender claims regarding title disputes, bankruptcy proceedings, construction defects, environmental concerns and foreclosure.
Daniel devotes his free time to volunteering for nonprofit groups that promote sustainable development along the California coastline, and stays abreast of market and investment trends. He currently resides in Montara with his wife and two Labradors and enjoys skiing, golfing and reading as hobbies in his free time.