Jay R. Goldberg, a founding member of Field and Goldberg, LLC, leads the real estate transactional and litigation groups. Jay has a diverse real estate background and has the negotiation and advocacy skills needed to represent buyers, sellers, lenders, and borrowers in various real estate transactions, complex litigation, and real estate taxation matters.
With his broad expertise, Jay can represent both buyers and sellers in the acquisition, sale, development, leasing, and financing of commercial and residential real estate projects, as well as lenders and borrowers in the financing of real estate transactions.
Jay’s expertise also covers complex commercial foreclosure actions, real estate litigation, and real estate tax litigation. Jay represents lenders, borrowers, receivers, and others in commercial foreclosure actions involving apartment complexes, shopping centers, office buildings, hotels, industrial and manufacturing properties, as well as related litigation regarding loans secured by real estate and other assets.
Jay also has significant expertise representing clients in reducing real estate tax assessments and taxes and has experience in acquiring real estate through tax deed proceedings.
Before he practiced law, Jay served as a university administrator at Washington University in St. Louis and Mississippi State University. His responsibilities included developing and implementing programs, drafting policies and procedures, writing publications, and conducting life skills workshops.