Jordan B. Goldberg
Admitted to Practice: 1992
– Seton Hall University Law School
– Juris Doctor 1992
– George Washington University
Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance Major 1989
NJ State Bar, PA State Bar, NJ District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Camden County Bar Association
Workers’ Compensation, Real Estate – Commercial and Residential-Commercial Litigation, Collection and General Corporate Representation
Board of Trustees, Temple Emanuel, 2011- Present
Committee Person Solid Waste Advisory Commission 1997- Present
Board Member Jewish Community Relations Council South Jersey 1993- 1995
Volunteer for the Jewish Family and Children Services 1994-1995
Member of the Golden Key National Honor Society 1988 – Present
Member of the National Leadership Honor Society 1987 – Present
Omicron Delta Kappa
Joseph Ford Memorial Scholar 1988 – 1989
President of the Greek Leadership Honor Society 1988 – 1989
Order of Omega
Vice President of the Intra Fraternity Council 1988 – 1989 Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs 1988 – 1989
President Young Financial Investors Society 1988-1989
After earning a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance in 1989 from the George Washington University, Mr. Goldberg received his law degree from Seton Hall University Law School. He passed the bar in 1992, and by 1996 he formed his own firm. Mr. Goldberg specializes in civil litigation including workers’ compensation, real estate both commercial and residential, commercial litigation, collection, and general corporate representation. He has successfully represented individuals over 19 years.
Prior to founding Goldberg & Wolf, Jordan had his own firm, the Law Office of Jordan B. Goldberg, LLC, in Voorhees, New Jersey and was previously an Associate with Elkind, Cohen, & Dimento, P.C. He was responsible for all aspects of commercial and civil litigation. He also served as an Intern for both Honorable Daniel J. Moore and Honorable Novalyn L. Winfield of the United States Bankruptcy Court, District of New Jersey. Mr. Goldberg also is active in real estate development in Southern New Jersey
Admitted to Practice: 1993
– Rutgers University School of Law, Camden
– Juris Doctor 1993
– Syracuse University
Bachelor of Science in Marketing and Consumer Studies 1989
NJ State Bar, PA State Bar, all NJ and PA Federal District Courts.
Commercial Litigation, Bankruptcy, Creditor’s Rights, Construction Litigation, Real Estate and Corporate
After graduating from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Science in Consumer Studies and Marketing, Warren obtained his Juris Doctor from Rutgers University. Upon graduation, he served a Judicial Clerkship for the Honorable Robert E. Francis in the Superior Court of New Jersey, General Equity Part.
Prior to forming Goldberg & Wolf, Warren was a senior partner at the law firm of Cureton Clark, P.C. His trial experience includes commercial litigation, construction, lender litigation, consumer fraud, and bankruptcy. Warren’s clients range from local, national and international businesses.
Warren speaks at seminars to attorneys and other professionals in areas of commercial litigation and debtor/creditor relations. He has served on the District III B Attorney Ethics Committee and has mentored the Rutgers Pro Bono Bankruptcy Program. Warren is a founding Trustee of the Cooper River Rowing Association and served as President of his neighborhood homeowners’ association. Although he is an accomplished musical percussionist, Warren prefers to be on the golf course or ski slope in his free time.