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Charles H. Goldstein, American lawyer. Bar: Virginia 1964, California 1965. Member American, Los Angeles bar associations, Lawyers' Club of Los Angeles, Phi Delta Phi, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Sigma Alpha, Phi Alpha Theta, Delta Sigma Rho.

Background

Goldstein, Charles H. was born on October 17, 1939 in Newark. Son of Joseph Carl and Ann (Cohen) Goldstein.

Education

Case Western Reserve University (Bachelor of Arts, 1961). George Washington University (Juris Doctor, with honors, 1964).

Career

Worked at Goldstein, Kennedy & Petito (Los Angeles, California) specializing in Labor and Public Employment Relations Law and Equal Opportunity Law. General Civil, Trial and Appellate Practice in all State and Federal Courts. Admitted to the bar, 1964, Virginia and California.

1972, United States. Supreme Court. Phi Delta Phi; Omicron Delta Kappa. Phi Sigma Alpha; Phi Alpha Theta.

Delta Sigma Rho. Author: "Labor Law Ramifications of Corporate Acquisitions and Mergers," Beverly Hills Bar Journal, 1972. "The Alameda County Social Workers and City of Vallejo Cases—The Implications for Public Employers and Employees," Los Angeles Bar Bulletin, March, 1975. "Police Labor Relations in the 80's: Who Will Control the Decision Making Process-Police Unions or Police Management?" California Law Enforcement, Winter, 1981.

"Sexual Harassment Liability and Prevention," California Public Employee Labor Relations Association Newsletter, Issue Seven, Volume Three, March, 1982. "Work Continuation Agreements Offer Cities Help in Keeping the Lid on Construction Cost," Western City, September, 1984. Co-Author: "Should Wrongful Discharge be Applied in the Public Sector?" California Public Employee Relations (CPER) No.

74, September, 1987. Member, Board of Directors, Inter-Community Child Guidance Center, 1966-1968. Member: Los Angeles County and American (Member, Labor and Employment Law Section) Bar Associations. State Bar of California.

Virginia State Bar.

Goldstein, Kennedy & Petito take pride in giving our clients practical legal counsel on how management can effectively maintain its right to ensure a productive organization through timely and effective decision-making. We take an aggressive approach to solving our clients' sophisticated and unique legal needs. The firm not only meets our clients' current requirements, but also anticipates future situations and develops practical solutions for those as well.

Membership

Member, Board of Directors, Inter-Community Child Guidance Center, 1966-1968. Member: Los Angeles County and American (Member, Labor and Employment Law Section) Bar Associations. State Bar of California.

Virginia State Bar.

Connections

Married Francine Blau, July 30, 1972. Children– Joseph A., Jonathan A., Gennifer A. Children by previous marriage– Sandra R., Michael B.