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CHARLES H. GOLDSTEIN is senior partner in The Goldstein Law Firm, which maintains offices in both Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. that serves the firms clients on a nation wide basis. Mr. Goldstein is an advisor and litigator who has represented employers for over 40 years. As an outspoken defender of employers, Mr. Goldstein’s clients are both public and private corporations in various industries. He also serves as outside counsel to counties, cities, special districts and courts and was lead counsel for the City of Glendale, California, before the California Supreme Court in the landmark case, Loder v. City of Glendale that validated the right of employers to test job applicants for substance abuse.
Mr. Goldstein is a noted speaker and author who routinely addresses industry groups across the country on topics such as “How To Make Yourself a Smaller Target of Employee Lawsuits”; “How To Legally Hire and Fire Anyone”; “The Bermuda Triangle, Making Some Sense Out of Federal and State Mandatory Leave Laws”; “Sexual Harassment Liability and Prevention”; “Do You Really Want a Jury of Your Peers to Second Guess Your Employment Decisions?”; Preventing and Dealing With Violence in the Workplace”; “Can You Really Say “You’re Fired Donald Trump Style and Not Subject Yourself to a Lawsuit?”; “Sexual Harassment and the Season”; “Wage and Hour Class Actions Can Be Prevented, Even in California”; “How to Deal With Tough Personnel Decisions”; “Preventing Workers Compensation Abuse, Is It Possible?”; "How to Conduct an Administrative Investigation of Sexual Harassment and Other Claims?”; and “How To Control Absenteeism in the Workplace While Complying with the Americans With Disabilities Act, Family & Medical Leave Act, and Workers Compensation Laws." Most recently Mr. Goldstein has copyrighted “The Goldstein Law Firm’s AB 1825 Sexual Harassment Training Program for Private and Public Sector Employers “Real Training For Real People”.™
Mr. Goldstein is a graduate of George Washington University School of Law, Washington D.C., where he was a Trustee Scholar in Law and was awarded a J.D. with honors. He has been admitted to the bars of Virginia, California, and the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Goldstein is also a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, Century City and American Bar Associations, State Bar of California and the State Bar of Virginia.