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Nathan Goldstein

 
 
 
 
 

nathan_goldstein
(617) 742-0208 x 253
ngoldstein@segalroitman.com

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Nate Goldstein focuses his practice on ERISA, wage and hour and other complex litigation. Nate often represents ERISA trustees and plan sponsors, classes and individuals. In his capacity as Fund counsel, he advises funds on a full range of matters, including fiduciary obligations, plan documents, SPDs, collections, subrogation, audits and many other issues.

Prior to joining Segal Roitman as Of Counsel in 2017, Nate was a Senior Trial Attorney at the U.S. Department of Labor in Boston. While at U.S. DOL, Nate handled litigation and other enforcement actions in Wage and Hour, ERISA, Whistleblower and OSHA contexts. Among his accomplishments, Nate obtained a $60 million ERISA settlement as part of a $500 million global settlement with a multinational financial corporation, and was a lead counsel in a whistleblower trial that resulted in a judgment in favor of the DOL after a multi-week trial in U.S. District Court. As part of his participation in the U.S. DOL National Solicitor Leadership Development Program, Nate completed a detail in the Fair Labor Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office in 2016, where he helped lead an effort to establish a Wage Theft Clinic – a first-of-its-kind collaboration between government and private partners to redress systemic wage violations. Nate began his career at WilmerHale in Boston where his practice focused on securities enforcement and intellectual property litigation.

Nate is a Chapter Editor of and Contributing Author to the American Bar Association’s Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law Treatise. From 2015 to 2017, he was a Government Fellow to the ABA Employee Benefits Committee. Nate is also a member of the Boston Bar Association Labor and Employment Steering Committee. In 2015, he received the U.S. DOL Professional Employee of the Year Award for the New England Region, and has received a number of Secretary’s Exceptional Achievement Awards. He graduated magna cum laude from Boston University School of Law, where he was an editor on the Law Review, and cum laude from Vassar College.

Nate is a lifelong Sox fan, and, when he finds the time, enjoys traveling, reading novels and hiking.

Practice Areas
Pension

Health and Welfare Funds

Wage and Hour

Complex Litigation

Education
Boston University School of Law, J.D.
magna cum laude

Vassar College, B.A.
cum laude

Bar Admissions
Commonwealth of Massachusetts

United States District Court
for the District of Massachusetts

United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit

State of New York