Marshall F. 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, regulatory compliance with lender licensing, corporate restructuring, equipment leasing, secured and unsecured transactions, creditor rights, real estate, commercial mortgage back securities, and insolvency law. He specializes in the representation of creditors, servicers and real estate owners, including major banks, equipment lessors, credit and capital corporations, factors, merchant cash advance companies, finance companies, thrifts and other funding sources and lenders. Mr. Goldberg has served as lead counsel in well over one hundred major trials. He has been an active member, speaker, writer and leader for many years in financial institution associations, including the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (“ELFA”), the National Vehicle Leasing Association (“NVLA”) and the National Equipment Finance Association (“NEFA”), and its predecessors.