When private parties or individuals cannot resolve their disputes, or are faced with government investigations or enforcement proceedings, civil litigation is often the means by which those disputes are resolved. Successful and cost-effective litigation, in either federal or state courts, or before an administrative agency, requires the personal attention of an experienced litigation lawyer.
Relevant Professional Experience
In over 30 years as a lawyer, Richard Goldstein has handled an enormous variety of civil litigation matters. While working in a number of different positions in the public sector, he defended the United States of America, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, MWRA, and dozens of government employees in employment discrimination, real estate, eminent domain, tax, administrative law, breach of contract, and tort cases.
Since leaving the government, he has applied his experience to representing dozens of private and public sector clients before innumerable federal and state agencies, including the U.S. Attorney’s Office, CMS, federal and state Inspectors General, the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, Board of Bar Overseers, State Ethics Commission, Board of Registration in Medicine, Alcohol Beverage Control Commission, and the Department of Children and Families. On numerous occasions persuaded regulators not to bring enforcement proceedings against clients.
He also has extensive experience handling purely private civil matters, including representing both employers and employees in litigation over non-compete and non-solicitation agreements.
Richard Goldstein combines years of civil litigation experience with personal attention to every detail of your matter. You can be assured he will provide cost-effective legal representation of the highest quality.