Martin A. Goldberg is an associate professor at the University of New Haven. He teaches courses in U.S. and international business law, as well as advanced courses in taxation law.
Atty. Goldberg joined the University of New Haven as a full-time faculty member in 2000, after 20 years of private law practice. His law practice experience includes business planning, contracts, and corporate work with closely-held and public companies; business succession planning for family businesses; pension and profit-sharing plans, and other forms of executive compensation and benefits; individual tax planning; and estate planning and administration.
His current scholarship focuses on changes in the tax law, and emerging global business law issues. Of particular importance to his work, both in the classroom and in his research, are the evolving international laws related to intellectual property, antitrust and competition law, and commercial freedom of speech.
B.A. in English, Clark University
M.S. in Journalism, Boston University School of Communication
J.D., University of Connecticut School of Law
LL.M. in Taxation, New York University School of Law