Marc J Goldstein Law Offices and Arbitration ChambersMarc J. Goldstein Law Offices and Arbitration Chambers
Marc J. Goldstein Law Offices and Arbitration Chambers
 
Marc J. Goldstein Law Offices and Arbitration Chambers

Marc J. Goldstein Litigation & Arbitration Chambers
One Rockefeller Plaza,
11th Floor
New York, NY 10020

Tel: (212) 799-8605
EFax: (212) 658-9151
Mobile: (917) 498-1230 goldstein@lexmarc.us


Skype: marc.goldstein5
Profile: LinkedIn


Marc's Arbitration Blog






Marc J. Goldstein acts as an advocate, arbitrator, and mediator in business disputes, often those with cross-border elements.  In early 2015 Mr. Goldstein announced a new global initiative to expand his service offerings as a mediator in high-value transnational disputes.

Mr. Goldstein created and writes Arbitration Commentaries a widely-read online resource reporting mainly on U.S. developments affecting the law and practice of international arbitration. In the past year he has once again been listed in:

  • New York Super LawyersTM
  • Who's Who in Commercial ArbitrationTM
  • Best Lawyers in AmericaTM
for his accomplishments in international commercial arbitration. He maintains an active roster of cases as advocate and as neutral, and in the past five years his professional time has been nearly evenly divided between those activities. He is a panelist on many arbitrator rosters, including the AAA International Centre for Dispute Resolution, the AAA's Commercial and Large/Complex Case panels, the CPR's Distinguished Panels of Neutrals for international, accounting, and banking-finance disputes, the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and the Kuala Lumpur International Arbitration Centre. He is also a member of the arbitration committee of the U.S. national committee of the ICC Court of International Arbitration.

Mr. Goldstein is active in the organized bar in his fields of concentration, currently including service as co-chair of the International Mediation Committee of the ABA Section of International Law, as a member of the executive committees of  the New York Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and  the Dispute Resolution Section of the New York State Bar Association, and in the American Law Institute's Members' Consultative Group for the Restatement (Third) of the Law of International Commercial Arbitration. He is also a Fellow of the College of Commercial Arbitrators and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and a member of the International Arbitration Clubs of New York and London, the Swiss Arbitration Association, and the Toronto Commercial Arbitration Society. He also serves on the program committee of the new New York International Arbitration Center.

March 2015 marked the eighth anniversary of the founding of Mr. Goldstein's individual practice. In those years, there has been expansion in Mr. Goldstein's practice as an arbitrator and also as an advocate. In the latter role, he often is engaged for disputes in the $5 million to $50 million range that large firms with arbitration expertise may or may not be able to undertake. Before March 2007, Mr. Goldstein had been the leader of the international arbitration practices in two major law firms in New York.  In January 2009, Mr. Goldstein created Arbitration Commentaries, a website where he publishes analysis of developments in the law and practice of commercial arbitration. (A link to Arbitration Commentaries appears at the right-hand border of this home page). Mr. Goldstein is also a teacher in his field as a guest lecturer at the Osgoode Hall Law School of York University in Toronto.  He is a contributor to widely-distributed publications in the arbitration field. Most recently, Mr. Goldstein's article "Annulled Awards in the U.S. Courts: How Primary Is Primary Jurisdiction?" was published in Volume 25 No. 1 of the American Review of International Arbitration. Another one of his recent works (in collaboration with Professor Linda Silberman) was a Report of the International Arbitration Club of New York on Forum Non Conveniens in Award-Enforcement Proceedings in U.S. Courts, published in the American Review of International Arbitration.

 

 
Mr. Goldstein to speak on finance arbitration at Fordham Conference
More »»

Mr. Goldstein leads Bar initiative on Arbitral Subpoenas
More »»

New Sole Arbitrator engagement in international fashion sector
More »»

Presiding arbitrator engagement in insurance sector
More »»

Presiding arbitrator engagement in international pharma case
More »»

Mr. Goldstein's advocacy career has included several international investor-state arbitrations and a much larger number of commercial arbitrations. He represented a U.S. claimant in one of the seminal cases from the early years of the Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal, represented a U.S. pharmaceuticals company in ICC arbitration when its foreign assets were re-nationalized by a Central European state, and acted for a European investor in arbitration seated in Singapore resulting from a joint venture with a State-owned company of the People's Republic of China. In 2012-13, one of Mr. Goldstein's engagements as counsel in an international commercial arbitration seated in New York entailed ancillary enforcement and provisional relief proceedings in Canada, Singapore and the Cayman Islands, and Mr. Goldstein directed the work of co-counsel engaged in those jurisdictions and also acted for the client in litigation related to the arbitration in U.S. District Court. Throughout his career, Mr. Goldstein has litigated complex commercial cases in state and federal courts across the United States, with a particular concentration of cases in securities and financial services (including derivatives), antitrust, professional sports, banking and finance, commercial transactions, real estate, intellectual property, corporate restructuring, shareholder disputes, officer and director liability, and employment law. 

Mr. Goldstein has served a mediator in approximately 60 cases since 2009. He is on the mediator rosters of the federal and New York State trial courts, and the AAA international and domestic commercial panels. Believing that credentialing through "certification" is not a direct measure of mediator's ability, Mr. Goldstein has not sought such credentials. He encourages parties considering his appointment to seek evaluations from counsel who have participated in mediations and arbitrations in which he has served.

© Copyright 2013 Marc J. Goldstein. All Rights Reserved. | Website Support: Big Apple Design