Goldberg’s practice spans the entire life cycle of technology-driven ventures. He represents emerging growth companies, venture capital funds and other private equity funds across a broad range of sectors and industries including software, online media, digital technologies, and consumer products. He also advises clients on formation, financing and sale transactions, and provides general corporate, employment and intellectual property counsel.
“New York has become an important global technology hub, and as a result, we are seeing strong and growing local demand to support emerging companies through all stages of their life cycle,” said Ken Gordon, Co-Chair of Goodwin’s Technology practice. “Dan is an accomplished and savvy tech lawyer, who has guided New York-based companies from formation through and including venture financing and exits. We are thrilled to add Dan to our team.”
Goldberg received his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School and is admitted to practice in New York. For several of the past years, he taught a seminar at Yale Law School each Fall on entrepreneurship and the law, which focused on the issues founders encounter when forming a new venture, raising financing and exiting.
Goldberg can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and 212.459.7420.
Goodwin has more than 500 lawyers focused solely on the technology, life sciences, and private equity verticals globally. The firm consistently ranks at the top of the private equity and technology league tables, including its current first place ranking for technology M&A transactions in North America, as noted by Bloomberg, and full-year 2018 Mergermarket rankings among the top two global buyouts and exits firms.