Press Release

Goldstein Elected as Secretary of the New York State Bar’s Business Law Section

East Meadow, NY, January 25 — David Goldstein, Partner at Certilman Balin, LLP, was elected as Secretary of the State Bar’s Business Law Section, effective June 1, 2022, at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the New York State Bar Association. David has served five consecutive terms as Chair of the Business Law Section’s Not-For-Profit Corporations Law Committee, and will continue as a member of both the Not-For-Profit Corporations Law Committee and the Business Law Section’s Executive Committee.

Goldstein is the founding Partner of the firm’s Nonprofit/Tax Exempt/Religious Organizations Practice Group. He represents international, national, regional and local not-for-profit and religious entities across a wide variety of nonprofit sectors. He serves on the Executive Committee of the New York State Bar Association’s Business Law Section, and is the Chairperson of the Not-For-Profit Corporations Law Committee of the State Bar Association’s Business Law Section. 

He  is a frequent speaker and panelist on nonprofit legal matters, including at American Bar Association and New York State Bar Association programs, at legal and accounting continuing education seminars, and at various forums and conferences addressing legal issues affecting the nonprofit community. 

Mr. Goldstein graduated, cum laude, from Fordham Law School. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Labor Studies from the State University of New York at Old Westbury.

About Certilman Balin

Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, LLP, Long Island’s second largest full-service law firm, has offices in Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Its 15 practice areas include: real estate, real property tax certiorari and condemnation, cooperative and condominium, land use, environmental law, corporate/securities, litigation, commercial lending, labor relations/employment law, bankruptcy and debtor/creditor rights, nonprofit/tax exempt and religious organizations, trusts and estates, elder law, telecommunications law, and criminal law. Visit