Michael F. Goldman, Partner (Email: mgoldman@sgbdc.com)
Mr. Goldman has practiced in the areas of international and transportation law since 1972. Mr. Goldman represents U.S. airports and U.S. and foreign airlines in regulatory matters before the DOT and FAA; international civil aviation negotiations between the U.S. and foreign countries; aviation related legislative matters before the Congress; and litigation instate and federal courts.
Mr. Goldman is currently an active member of the District of Columbia Bar, and the American Bar Association sections on administrative law and the Forum on Air & Space Law. He also is a member of the Aero Club and International Aviation Club in Washington, DC. Mr. Goldman holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a B.A. from Temple University. He served as an attorney-advisor with the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights from 1971-72.
His recent articles/publications include "A Modest Proposal for a Short-Term U.S. International Aviation Negotiation Strategy," ABA Air and Space Lawyer, Winter 1994; and "Coded Warnings," Airline Business, January 1995, dealing with international airline code-sharing policies. At the National Academy of Sciences Ninth International Workshop on Future Aviation Activities, he served on the International Aviation Panel (Sept. 1995).