Shutts & Bowen LLP Fort Lauderdale Managing Partner Joseph M. Goldstein has been selected to the 2019-2020 Leadership Florida Cornerstone Program for the Gold Coast Region. As a member of the XXXVIII class roster, Joseph will participate in the nine month educational program that consists of multiple two and three-day sessions held in cities across the state.
According to Leadership Florida, the program’s mission is to “continually discover and convene committed individuals, enhancing and recharging their leadership skills by introducing them to a powerful community through whom they find knowledge and inspiration.” Joseph was selected for the program based on his long-term investment as a leader and significant influencer in his industry, as well as his demonstrated commitment, motivation and interest in serving the local and state community.
Leadership Florida was created in 1982 by the Florida Chamber of Commerce to build a sense of statewide community by identifying and training individuals with the passion and commitment to help make great things happen. To learn more about the Leadership Florida Cornerstone program, click here.
About Joseph M. Goldstein
Joseph M. Goldstein is the Managing Partner of the Fort Lauderdale office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Business Litigation Practice Group. A Martindale-Hubbell AV® rated attorney, Joseph is among the less than one percent of attorneys who are Florida Bar Board Certified in Business Litigation. He has been recognized as a “Lawyer of the Year” by Best Lawyers in America ®, listed as a “Power Leader” by South Florida Business Journal as well as the “Top Lawyers in South Florida” by South Florida Legal Guide. Businesses involved in disputes or government bid protests rely on his expertise, trial experience and government background. Joseph regularly represents defense companies, technology firms, construction firms and government service providers in their business disputes and government bid protests. His practice focuses on business litigation; government contracts, including bid protests; litigation involving non-competition agreements; and real estate related disputes.