Goldberg Simpson: Community, Culture and Law
Community, culture, and law are the important topics discussed in this installment of Goldberg Simpson’s popular “The Q&A Series”. Jon Goldberg discusses why community involvement is so important and points to the firm’s ethical standards as a top reason why clients continually remain with the firm. Watch as he provides an inside look at his unique managing philosophy and examines the difference you’ll see when working with Goldberg Simpson.
Jonathan D. Goldberg is a Partner with Goldberg Simpson. He helped start the current iteration of the firm in 1975 and was the Managing Partner from 1992 to 2019. His practice primarily includes general commercial litigation and employment law.
A graduate of Indiana University, Mr. Goldberg received a Bachelor of Arts degree in history in 1973. He earned his law degree from the University of Louisville in 1976.
Mr. Goldberg is a member of the anti-trust and labor sections of the American Bar Association, and a member of the Kentucky and Louisville Bar Associations. Mr. Goldberg is present chairman of the Jefferson County Waste Management District Board, past chairman of the Louisville Visual Arts Association and the Louisville Theatrical Association and is a member of the boards of directors of the Louisville Orchestra, and Fund for the Arts.
University of Louisville School of Law, J.D. (1976)
Indiana University, B.A. (1972)
U.S. Federal Court (1976)
U.S. Supreme Court (1981)
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