Brian Goldman earned a Bachelor of Commerce and Finance degree from the University of Toronto (Ontario, Canada) in 1991. Thereafter, Mr. Goldman worked as an internal auditor for one of Canada's largest financial institutions. In 1994, Mr. Goldman commenced legal studies at Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan where he graduated cum laude. At Thomas M. Cooley Law School Mr. Goldman obtained practical legal training through his participation as an intern with the Sixty Plus Elder law Clinic. Mr. Goldman received top honors in Lawyering Before Trial, Advocacy, and Probate Law.
Mr. Goldman was admitted to practice law in the State of Nevada in 1997. He is admitted to practice throughout all Courts in the State of Nevada, including the United States District Court for Nevada. During the past fifteen years Mr. Goldman has focused his practice on representing developers and general contractors in complex, multi-party, construction defect claims. His strong financial background has helped him negotiate and settle (through litigation and trial) more than $50 million in claims on behalf of his clients. Mr. Goldman’s experience also includes representation of parties in multi-party property damage, premises liability, real estate broker errors and omissions, insurance coverage, insurance bad faith, condominium liability, foster parents liability and nursing home liability matters. Mr. Goldman has received training from the State Bar of Nevada to serve as an Arbitrator with the District Court's Arbitration Program.
Brian enjoys spending time with his family (including two young children, wife, and golden retriever).