Mark S. Goldman has 30 years of experience in commercial litigation, primarily litigating class actions involving securities fraud, consumer fraud, and violations of federal and state antitrust laws.
Mark is currently prosecuting securities fraud claims on behalf of institutional and individual investors against the manufacturer of communications systems used by hospitals that allegedly misrepresented the impact of the ACA and budget sequestration of the company's sales, and a multi-layer marketing company that allegedly misled investors about its business structure in China. Mark is also participating in litigation brought against international air cargo carriers charged with conspiring to fix fuel and security surcharges, and domestic manufacturers of various auto parts charged with price-fixing.
Mark successfully litigated a number of consumer fraud cases brought against insurance companies challenging the manner in which they calculated life insurance premiums. He also prosecuted a number of insider trading cases brought against company insiders who, in violation of Section 16(b) of the Securities Exchange Act, engaged in short swing trading. In addition, Mark participated in the prosecution of In re AOL Time Warner Securities Litigation, a massive securities fraud case that settled for $2.5 billion.
He is a member of the American Bar Association.
Mark has been awarded an AV Preeminent rating, the highest distinction, from the publishers of the Martindale-Hubbell directory.
University of Kansas School of Law
The Pennsylvania State University
U.S. Court of Appeals
2007, Third Circuit
2008, Ninth Circuit
2014, Eleventh Circuit
U.S. District Court
1986, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
2009, District of Colorado
2009, Eastern District of Wisconsin