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Steven Goldman


Mobile: (617) 784-1100

Steven E. Goldman, a native-born Miamian, has been litigating a wide variety of admiralty and maritime matters for over 40 years in federal courts across the United States. For the past 30 years, Steven's practice has focused solely on representing Underwriters and marine insurers in the London and US domestic markets in coverage disputes with their insureds.. He has been successful in obtaining numerous summary Judgment Orders and rulings in cases across the nation, which have contributed to the continuing development of marine insurance law in America.

Notable industry author and speaker, Steven has published over a dozen scholarly articles and frequently presents at various marine insurance-hosted programs providing insight and education to claims and underwriting personnel.

Steven is a member of the Florida and New York bars and the federal appellate and district courts throughout Florida and New York. He received his Juris Doctor degree from Tulane Law School in 1980, where he was on the Board of Editors of what became the Tulane Maritime Law Journal. Steven holds a Master's Degree from the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government and has been honored as a Visiting Scholar at Harvard Law School. In addition, he holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Boston University. The greatest joy in his life has been the opportunity to practice in a niche field of law that he is passionate about with all three of his brilliant children in a family law firm.

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Michael Goldman


Mobile: (617) 671-8657

Michael I. Goldman's work focuses on representing the firm's marine insurance clients in first- and third-party coverage disputes with assureds. Michael's primary task is reviewing all new instructions from Underwriters' and responding with the firm's Conclusions & Recommendations. In the event of a denial, he shares with his colleagues the responsibility for shepherding the entire matter to a successful conclusion, beginning with the filing of a Complaint for Declaratory Judgment in federal district court, all the way to an appeal in one of the nation's Circuit Courts of Appeal. On appeals, Michael handles writing the briefs and appears at oral arguments.

Like his father, Michael's many published summary judgment rulings have contributed significantly to the growth and development of the federal admiralty law of marine insurance.

Michael is a member of the New York and Massachusetts bars and numerous federal district and circuit courts across the United States. He received his Juris Doctor degree from Boston College School of Law and his bachelor's degree from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Michael served in the United States Marine Corp., achieving the rank of sergeant before being honorably discharged in 2006.


Mobile: (617) 817-1887 

Jacquie Goldman

Jacqueline L. Goldman’s work at the law firm concentrates on marine insurance coverage matters and the defense of vessel owners in third-party liability litigation. In her work defending vessel owners, Jacquie is responsible for litigation in various state courts, primarily in Florida and New England.
A member of the Florida bar, Jacquie is admitted to all three (3) federal district courts in Florida, where she has obtained numerous summary judgment rulings in favor of the firm’s insurance clients. She received her Juris Doctor degree in 2017 from Northeastern University School of law in Boston and her undergraduate degree in 2012 from the University of Connecticut. However, she remains a Miami girl at heart.

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Jonathan Goldman


Mobile: (617) 800-7675

Jonathan Goldman, having joined the firm in September 2021 after passing the Massachusetts Bar, is the newest associate and works primarily between the partners, assisting them in their cases and doing the work expected from a “newly-minted” practicing attorney.

Despite the Covid-19 Pandemic, Jonathan continued his law school career online (via Zoom) and graduated from the University of Massachusetts School of Law in June 2021. After two internships at the District Attorney’s Office in Fall River, MA, Jonathan completed an independent study project on the Supreme Court’s infamous case, Wilburn Boat, under the direct supervision of one of the school’s top deans.

Jonathan received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, graduating in the Spring of 2010. Like his older brother Michael, he also served in the United States Marine Corps and was deployed to Fallujah, Iraq, in 2006 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, achieving the rank of Sergeant before being honorably discharged in 2010.

Unlike his two siblings, Jonathan’s journey to law school wasn’t as smooth. Jonathan spent time abroad working and traveling before committing to the legal profession. He still enjoys trips to far-off lands, trying to see as much of the world as possible.

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