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Howard G. Goldberg

Principal
hgoldberg@gbpclawfirm.com
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Telephone: 443.940.1340
Facsimile: 410.580.9539

1829 Reisterstown Rd #120
Pikesville, Maryland 21208

Education

J.D., University of Maryland School of Law, 1971
Order of the Coif

B.A., Western Maryland College, 1968
With Honors

Professional Affiliation & Honors

American College of Trial Lawyers.

American College of Construction Lawyers.

Legal Counsel to Documents Committee of the American Institute of Architects, Washington, D.C.

Honorary Member, American Institute of Architects (1998).

Best Lawyers, Maryland – Construction and Alternative Dispute Resolution.

2012 Top 100 Lawyers in the State of Maryland.

American Arbitration Association, National Dispute Resolution Committee.

Board of Governors, American College of Construction Lawyers.

Bar Memberships

American Bar Association.

Forum on the Construction Industry, American Bar Association.

Maryland State Bar Association.

Arbitration/Mediation

American Arbitration Association,
Arbitrator – (1990-present)

American Arbitration Association,
Mediator – (1997-present)

Publications

American Institute of Architects, Handbook of Professional Practice, “Dispute Resolution” (2008).

"2007 Revisions to AIA Contract Documents,” The Construction Lawyer, (Spring, 2008).

Chapter 23, Maryland, “State-By-State Guide to Architect, Engineer and Contractor Licensing,” Aspen Law and Business, 1998.

“Reporting and Scheduling Under AIA Documents A201 and B141,” 15 The Construction Lawyer 3 (1995).

“Exercising Rights in Good Faith Under Indemnity Agreements,” Defense Counsel Journal (January, 1989).

“Architects’ Potential Liability for Negligent Certification of Progress Payment Requisitions,” 9 Construction Litigation Reporter 78 (April 1988).

“Construction Certification: A Trap for Unwary Architect,” The Construction Lawyer (1987).

Chapter 25, “Changes and Extras,” Construction Business Handbook, (Second Edition), McGraw Hill (1985).

“Liability of Architects and Engineers for Construction Site Accidents in Maryland,” 39 Md. L. Rev. 475 (1980).

Chapter 25, “Changes and Extras,” Construction Business Handbook, (First Edition), McGraw Hill (1978).

Speeches

“The Newest of the New – AIA’s Integrated Practice Documents, ABA, Real Property Section, May 2008”.

“2007 Revisions to AIA Contract Documents,” Forum on the Construction Industry, New York And San Antonio (2008).

“2007 Revisions to AIA Contract Documents,” Georgia Construction Lawyers, Atlanta, GA 2008.

“A-201 History,” Forum on the Construction Industry,” San Juan, Puerto Rico (2007).

“Drafting Arbitration Clauses,” American Arbitration Association, Irving, Texas (2005).

"New AIA Design Build Documents," American College of Construction Lawyers, Tuscon, Arizona 2005.

"New AIA Design Build Documents," Invited Attorneys Meeting, San Antonio, Texas 2005.

“Ten Most Significant Changes to AIA Document A-201,” Invited Attorneys Meeting, New Orleans, La. 1998.

“Changes to AIA Document A-201,,” Va. Bar Association, Construction Law and Public Contracts Seminar, Charlottesville, Va. (1998).

“1997 Edition of A-201” – Mutual Waiver of Consequential Damages – American Bar Association, Forum on the Construction Industry Atlanta, GA and San Diego, CA – 1997.

“Arbitration of Large Complex Cases,” American Institute of Architects, National Convention, Minneapolis, Minn. 1996.

“Proposed Changes in AIA Document A-201,” Invited Attorneys Meeting, Hilton Head, SC 1996.

“Using AIA A-201,” La. AIA, New Orleans, LA 1996.

“Construction Contracts and Disputes,” MICPEL, Baltimore, MD 1996.

“Quality in Construction,” American College of Construction Lawyers, Naples, Fla., 1994.

“Implementing the Design/Build Process Through Contract Documents,” American Bar Association, Forum on the Construction Industry, San Francisco, Calif., 1995.

“Defense of Professional Liability Claims,” Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers, Rockville and Baltimore, 1993.

“New Developments in A.I.A. Contracts,” Seattle and Oregon Chapters, American Institute of Architects.

“Development of and Philosophy Behind the AIA’s New Construction Management Contract Documents,” American Bar Association, Forum on the Construction Industry, Seattle, WA, 1992.

“Punitive Damages in Maryland,” Maryland State Bar Association, 1992.

“Negotiation Techniques,” American Institute of Architects Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, 1992.

Moderator, Meeting of Invited Attorneys, Baltimore, MD, June, 1989.

“Determining and Proving Damages,” National Business Institute, Baltimore, 1989 Architects, 1989.

“Evaluating Settlement Proposals,” Mid-year Meeting Maryland, State Bar Association, 1989.

“Damages in Personal Injury Litigation,” National Business Institute, Baltimore, 1988.

“Construction Management Contracts,” Construction Education Management Corporation, Alexandria, VA, 1988.

“Defending Attorneys in Legal Malpractice Cases,” Mid-year Meeting, Maryland State Bar Association, 1988.

“Recent Developments in the Law regarding the Liability of Architects,” American Institute of Architects, Grassroots Meeting, Washington, D.C., 1986 and 1987.

“Liability of Architects for Construction Site Accidents,” Meeting of Invited Attorneys, Dallas, 1978.

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