Daniel J. Goldberg is a member of RIW’s Litigation Department and practices principally in the areas of construction litigation and business disputes. He recently served as Chair of the Specialty Trade Contractors and Supplier section of The American Bar Association’s Forum on The Construction Industry.

Mr. Goldberg has more than twenty five years of experience handling issues arising from general business contract disputes and construction projects at both the state and federal levels. His representation includes national suppliers in connection with significant bond and lien claims, and he has developed a unique bond and lien process for major suppliers which efficiently tracks multiple matters at the same time. Mr. Goldberg has written extensively about and teaches seminars on bonds, liens, and credit issues and spends extensive portions of his practice drafting, negotiating, mediating and litigating contracts.

While at Suffolk University Law School, Mr. Goldberg was a member of the National Moot Court Team. He was also a Contributing Author and served as Comment Editor of the Suffolk University Transnational Law Journal.  After graduating from law school, Mr. Goldberg served a clerkship with Chief Justice Frederic Allen of the Vermont Supreme Court.


B.A. College of William & Mary, 1981 High Honors

J.D. Suffolk University Law School, cum laude, 1986 

Bar & Court Admission

Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Vermont Courts

U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts

U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont

U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas




  • April 15, 2011
    Dan Goldberg moderates panel "Tough Litigation Tactics in Tough Economic Times: What are you Encountering and How Do You Respond?"
  • November 5, 2009
    Dan Goldberg leads Boston chapter of multi-city syndicated ABA Forum event
  • June 14, 2006
    Dan Goldberg Presents Legal Ways to Get Out of a Contract