0 Programs with Barry Goldstein
Barry Goldstein currently is of counsel with Goldstein, Demchak, Baller, Borgen & Dardarian. Previously, Mr. Goldstein was employed by the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) for eighteen years, including several years as the Director of its Washington, DC office. At LDF, Mr. Goldstein litigated employment discrimination or related cases including Albemarle Paper v. Moody, Lorance v. AT&T Technologies (argued in the Supreme Court), IUE v. Robbins & Myers, (argued in the Supreme Court), Detroit Police Officers Assn. v. Young, James v. Stockham Valves & Fitting, Inc., among many others. Mr. Goldstein joined Goldstein Demchak in 1989, and became a partner in 1991. He became managing partner in 1995 and of counsel in January 2000. At Goldstein Demchak, Mr. Goldstein worked on a number of cases that resulted in significant judgments or settlements including: Kraszewski v. State Farm ($240 million); Haynes v. Shoney’s, Inc. ($132.5 million); and Butler, et al. v. Home Depot, Inc. ($87.5 million). Mr. Goldstein has been a Lecturer of Law at Harvard Law School. He was a co-author of “Ricci v. De Stefano: Does it Herald an ‘Evil Day,’ or Does It Lack ‘Staying Power’?,” 40 U. of Memphis L. Rev. 705 (2010). He was a Co-Editor of Lindenmann & Grossman, Employment Discrimination Law (Third Edition). Mr. Goldstein also has given many presentations on equal opportunity, affirmative action, and litigation subjects. Mr. Goldstein holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from Harvard College, a diploma in Criminology from the University of Cambridge, and a J.D. degree from Columbia University.