Mr. Goldenberg represents parties in commercial litigation and environmental matters. Mr. Goldenberg has extensive litigation experience, including jury trial experience in state court and the United States District Courts for the Southern District of Florida and the Middle District of Florida, and appeals before the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, Florida’s Second, Third and Fourth District Court of Appeals and the Florida Supreme Court.
In his environmental law practice, Mr. Goldenberg has extensive experience with CERCLA, RCRA, CAA, NEPA, FWPCA, TSCA and AHERA, as well as Chapters 120, 376 and 403, Florida Statutes. His commercial litigation experience covers a wide range of matters, including partnership disputes, consumer class actions, contract cases, engineering malpractice actions and insurance coverage disputes. He represents clients in federal and state court, as well as administrative proceedings. He has authored articles on the trading of air emissions permits, the scope of insurance coverage for the costs of addressing environmental contamination, environmental issues in real estate transactions and temporary regulatory takings.
The Design of an Emissions Permit Market for RECLAIM: A Holistic Approach, 11 UCLA J. Envtl. L & Pol’y 297, 1993
The Scope of Insurance Coverage for Pollution Claims in Florida: Full Indemnification for Indivisible Cleanup Costs Caused by Multiple Releases, 24 Nova L. Rev. 373, 1999
'Facial' vs. 'As Applied' Takings: The Development Moratoria Muddle, Regulatory Takings Conference, CLE International, Tampa, Florida, December 1999