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Debt Buyers Association International, Commercial Law League of America, American Collectors Association International, New England Collectors Association


Musical Theater, Golf, Skiing

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For over 20 years, Daniel Goldstone has been an industry leader and expert in the field of FDCPA compliance and collections. After earning his law degree from the Emory University Law School, Daniel Goldstone worked as a civil trial lawyer for several Boston area law firms. From 1987 until 1992, he worked for prestigious Boston firms such as Gaston, Snow & Ely Bartlett; Fine & Ambrogne; and Gargill, Sassoon & Rudolph. 1n 1992, Daniel Goldstone established the law firm of Goldstone & Sudalter, P.C. At Goldstone & Sudalter, P.C., Daniel Goldstone advocated for the rights of creditors in building his law practice.  In 1999, Daniel Goldstone founded Norfolk Financial Corp., a company specializing in the purchase and liquidation of consumer and commercial debt. Although Norfolk Financial Corp. is now considered a "passive" debt buying company (outsourcing its work to collection agencies and law firms), Daniel Goldstone continues to demand absolute compliance with all federal and state consumer protection laws. He remains an active member of industry organizations such as the Debt Buyers Association International, the Commercial Law League of America, the American Collectors Association International, and the New England Collectors Association.  A lifelong student, in May 2011 Daniel Goldstone completed the first year of the Owner/President Management program at Harvard Business School.Daniel Goldstone maintains several personal interests, including skiing, fitness training, and musical theater, despite a hectic professional career. Philanthropy plays a part in his life as he has participated in AIDS/Lifecycle ride from Boston to New York and has supported Easter Seals, Combined Jewish Philanthropies, and Operation Hope's, "Banking on Our Future" program.

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Emory University School of Law