For Immediate Release

Debra Scala Giokas
Director of Marketing

Goldstein Elected to Two Positions at New York State Bar Association

February 03, East Meadow, NYDavid Goldstein, Partner in the Nonprofit/Tax Exempt/Religious Organizations Practice Group at Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, LLP, has been elected to the Executive Committee of the Business Law Section of the New York State Bar Association, and also as the incoming Chair of its Not-for-Profit Corporations Law Committee.

David Goldstein concentrates his practice in the area of not-for-profit law. Mr. Goldstein represents a range of international, national, regional and local not-for-profit and religious entities across a wide variety of nonprofit sectors. He is a member of the New York State Bar Association’s Not-for-Profit Corporations Law Committee.

Mr. Goldstein counsels and advocates for not-for-profits and religious organizations in a wide variety of areas, including governance, regulatory matters, ethics and conflicts of interest, risk assessment, risk management, operations, disputes and litigation, as well as commercial matters. He represents clients in regulatory matters involving the Internal Revenue Service (including 501(c)(3) qualification), the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Federal Trade Commission and New York State agencies such as the Charities Bureau of the Office of the Attorney General, the Department of State, the Division of Cemeteries, the Education Department, the Division of Homes and Community Renewal, the Office of Mental Health and the Insurance Department.

Mr. Goldstein earned a Bachelor of Arts in Labor Studies from the State University of New York at Old Westbury in 1992, and a Juris Doctor from Fordham Law School in 1995, cum laude, top 10% of his class.

He is a resident of East Meadow.

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