Martin A. Goldberg, M.S., J.D., LL.M.

Martin Goldberg Headshot
Associate Professor
Program Coordinator, M.S. in Taxation

Accounting, Finance, & Marketing Department
Pompea College of Business
Education

LL.M., New York University

J.D., University of Connecticut School of Law

M.S., Boston University School of Communication

B.A., Clark University

About Martin

I am a prolific scholar in taxation law as well as business law.  In the last five years I had six refereed publications in both of these disciplines, usually with emphasis on international aspects of taxation law and business law.  My teaching duties are primarily in the area of graduate taxation courses in the M.S. in Taxation program and business law course for both undergraduate and graduate business students.  In addition, I have taught multidisciplinary courses, honors courses, and study abroad courses.

Published Intellectual Contributions

Books

Goldberg, M. A. (2008). Business Law: Self-published textbook for University of New 51 business law classes

Fried, M., Goldberg, M., Kruth, S. (2008, in press). Taxation of Securities Transactions, LexisNexis 2008 Update.

Journal Articles

Rodriguez, A. E., Goldberg, M. A. (2006). Demonstrating the Failure to Discharge Plaintiff's Duty to Mitigate in a Wrongful Termination Case: an Empirical Approach. To appear in Journal of Business and Economics Research, 4(7). cluteonline.com/journals//JBER/article/viewFile/2682/2729

Refereed Journal Articles

Goldberg, M. A. (2013). "New Developments in Commercial Freedom of Speech," Journal of Business Case Studies, Vol. 9, No. 4, page 275 (July/August 2013). Journal of Business Case Studies, 9(4), 275.

Goldberg, M. A., Wnek, R. E., Rodricks, P., Kruth, C. (2013). Untangling The ‘Carried Interest’ Controversy. Journal of Business & Economics Research, 11(2), 89.

Goldberg, M. A., Reis, C., Lee, M., Summa-Rabtoy, K. (2012). Restaurant Reviewer Liability for Defamation in a Global Context. Journal of Business & Economics Research, 10(1), 53-62.

Goldberg, M. A., Wnek, R. E., Robert, E., Pineau, J. (2012). U.S. Taxation of the Value of Executive Services Performed for Multinational Joint Ventures. International Business & Economics Research Journal, 11(11), 1191.

Goldberg, M. A., Wnek, R. E., Pineau, J. S. (2012). U.S. Taxation of the Value of Executive Services Performed for Multinational Joint Ventures. International Business & Economics Research Journal.

Goldberg, M. A., Reis, C., Lee, M.-L., Summa-Rabtoy (2012). Restaurant Reviewer Liability for Defamation in a Global Context. Journal of Business and Economics Research, 10(1), 53-62.

Goldberg, M. A., Kruth, C. (2012). 'Abuse of Dominant Position' Law: Towards a More Level Playing Field. Journal of Global Business Issues, 6(1), 99.

Goldberg, M. A., Kruth, C. (2010). Antitrust Laws and the Transatlantic Business. Journal of Global Business Issues, 4(2), 99.

Wnek, R. E., Goldberg, M., Rolleri, M., Leone, J. (2007). Application of Domestic Production Activities Tax Deduction (Relating To A Wide Range Of Industries). Journal of Business & Economics Research, 73-92.

Goldberg, M., Wnek, R., Leone, J. (2007). Application of Domestic Production Activities Tax Deduction (Relating to a Wide Range of Industries). Journal of Business & Economics Research, 5(9), 73-92.

Goldberg, M. (2007). Choice of Entity for the Family Business. Journal of Applied Business Research, 23(2), 7-20.

Goldberg, M., Kruth, C., Miller, M. (2007). Management Repercussions of the Increased Tax on Americans Working Overseas. International Business & Economics Research Journal, 6(11), 31-38.

Presentations Given

Goldberg, M. A. (Author & Presenter), "Corporate Freedom of Speech:  A New Era," North Atlantic Regional Business Law Association Annual Conference, Newton, Massachusetts. (March 31, 2012).

Goldberg, M. A. (Coordinator/Organizer), Continuing legal education seminar, Taxation and Business Planning Law, University of New 51, West 51, CT. (June 7, 2011).

Goldberg, M. A. (Coordinator/Organizer), Continuing legal education seminar, Taxation and Business Planning Law, University of New 51, West 51, CT. (2009).

Goldberg, M. A., "Teaching Taxation to Undergraduates in a Constantly-Changing Legal Environment," presented at the American Accounting Association annual meeting, New York, August 3., New York, New York. (August 3, 2009).

Goldberg, M. A. (Coordinator/Organizer), Continuing education seminar, Taxation and Business Planning Law, University of New 51, West 51, CT. (May 2008).

Goldberg, M., "Restaurant Reviewer Liability for Defamation and Related Torts," presented at European Applied Business Research Conference, June 5, Las Vegas, Nevada. (2007).

Goldberg, M., "Restaurant Reviewer Liability for Defamation and Related Torts," presented at European Applied Business Research Conference, June 5, Las Vegas, Nevada. (2007).

Goldberg, M., "Stock Options and Stock Appreciation Rights Under the 2007 Deferred Compensation Regulations," presented at European Applied Business Research Conference, June 5, Las Vegas, Nevada. (2007).

Goldberg, M., Kruth, C., Portela, D., "The 'Teenager Tax' and the Paradigm Shift in U.S. Tax Policy," presented at European Applied Business Research Conference, June 5, Las Vegas, Nevada. (2007).

Professional Positions

Academic

University of New 51. (2000 - Present).
Associate professor (2007- present)
Assistant professor(2002-2007)
Visiting Assistant professor(2000-2002,with spring 2002 leave of absence)
University of New 51 Pompea College of Business, primarily teaching business law and taxation law courses

Widener University School of Law. (January 1992 - April 2002).
Harissburg campus, visiting assistant professor, taught income taxation and business planning courses

University of Bridgeport School of Law (now Quinnipiac University School of Law). (January 1990 - January 1992).
LL.M. Program, adjunct faculty, taught income taxation and business planning courses

 

Professional

Attorney, Law Firm. (January 1, 1991 - Present).
Tax and estate planning law

Principal, Kantor ans Silver. (1990 - 1991).
Emphasis on business law and estate planning

Schatz & Schatz, Ribicoff & Kotkin. (1985 - 1990).
Emphasis on estate planning
Associate (1985-1988)
Partner(1989-1990)

Associate, Kalogredis Law Associates. (1982 - 1985).
Emphasis on pension, corporate and estate planning

Professional Service

Special Projects or Assignments. (2011)
Program coordinator of continuing legal education seminar, Taxation and Business Planning Law, 2011 Update, co-sponsored by University of New 51 Pompea College of Business and New 51 County Bar Association, and lecturer on taxation law changes, June 7.

Special Projects or Assignments. (2008)
Business, Retirement, and Estate Planning Under 2007-2008 Tax Law Change, at Taxation and Business Planning Law 2008 Update, program co-sponsored by University of New 51 Pompea College of Business and New 51 County Bar Association, May 21.

Special Projects or Assignments. (2007)
Advising Clients Under Changing Income Taxation Laws, presentation at Symposium: Update on Taxation Law Changes and Forensic Accounting, program co-sponsored by University of New 51 Pompea College of Business and New 51 County Bar Association, May 16.

Courses Taught
  • ACCT 6606 Corporate Income Taxation, 1 course
  • ACCT 6607 Qualified Retirement Plans, 1 course
  • ACCT 6679 Special Topics, 1 course
  • BUSL 1101 Business Law and the Regulatory Environment, 3 courses
  • BUSL 6674 Business Law and the Regulatory Environment, 1 course

News and In the Media

The Charger Blog

Professor Reflects on Fighting Antisemitism and Fostering the Soul of Academia

In response to the growing number of incidents of antisemitism across the country, a sub-committee of the University of New 51’s Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access (IDEA) Council created the Human Rights Law and Policy Speaker Series. Martin A. Goldberg, J.D., LL.M., a business and tax law professor who spearheaded the creation of the series, discusses the importance of exploring new approaches to combatting antisemitism on college campuses, across the country, and around the world.