Marshall Fred Goldberg is the managing partner and a founder of Glass & Goldberg. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1976 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and Political Science, and was a member of the Dean’s Honor List throughout his university tenure.
He graduated from Loyola University School of Law, Los Angeles in 1979 with Honors. Marshall’s expertise includes both litigation and transactional matters in the areas of commercial finance law, corporate restructuring, equipment leasing, secured and unsecured transactions, creditor rights, real estate, and insolvency law.
He specializes in the representation of creditors and real estate owners, including major banks, equipment lessors, credit and capital corporations, factors, finance companies, thrifts and other funding sources and lenders. He has been an active member and leader for many years in financial institution associations, including the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (“ELFA”), and the National Vehicle Leasing Association (“NVLA”).
Marshall also extensively speaks and instructs within the legal and business communities. He has given numerous educational and strategic seminars throughout the United States on subjects including Loan and Lease Enforcement, Mixed Collateral, Fraud Prevention, Creditors’ Rights in Bankruptcy, the Seller Assisted Marketing Plan Act (SAMP), Revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, and the Uniform Personal Property Leasing Act.
He is a regular panel speaker at a multitude of legal education seminars for the commercial financial services industry on such topics as the Uniform Commercial Code and real property secured transactions.
He provides annual legal update presentations for financial association lawyers, including written summaries of current case and statutory law. Also, Marshall frequently speaks to bar associations on the topics of pre-judgment and post-judgment remedies and bankruptcy.
Marshall’s legal writings include publications on topics relating to commonly litigated contractual provisions, on the Uniform Commercial Code and on collateral preservation and disposition..
Marshall currently sits on the Executive Committee of the Los Angeles County Bar Provisional and Post Judgment Remedies Section, and is a member of the Commercial and Bankruptcy Sections of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, the Financial Lawyers’ Conference and the State Bar of California.
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