Justin C. Fineberg is a partner at Lash & Goldberg LLP, and is a resident in the Firm's Broward County office. Justin's practice includes complex commercial litigation, health care litigation and employment litigation, as well as select commercial transactions. Justin is the recipient of the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory's highest "AV" rating for legal skills and professional ethics. In addition, Chambers USA 2021 ranked Justin in health care in Florida, with a client reporting, "He has an extraordinary understanding of cases and is a very effective litigator."
Justin has nearly 25 years of experience litigating complex commercial disputes. He has served as co-lead counsel in numerous cases which have proceeded to verdict, obtained several multi-million dollar judgments and awards, and defended various business interests against multi-million dollar claims. Justin has litigated and arbitrated cases throughout the state of Florida and the United States, including in Georgia, Illinois and North Carolina. As one example, Justin served as lead counsel in an arbitration proceeding in South Carolina that resulted in a substantial award for the Firm's clients.
Justin's law career started with a two-year clerkship for Justice Charles T. Wells of the Florida Supreme Court. His extensive experience includes litigating complex commercial matters in contract, tort and under state and federal statutes. Justin also litigates high profile employment disputes, successfully defending corporate clients against wrongful termination, discrimination, retaliatory discharge and whistleblower claims.
Justin also represents public and private corporations and individuals in commercial transactions. He has represented clients in multi-million dollar transactions and regularly counsels clients on various corporate and strategic issues. Justin’s practice includes representing educational institutions and, in particular, companies focused on the development and delivery of online education.
Justin authored several articles published in a practice-group journal of the Florida Bar, in a practice-group journal of the American Bar Association, and the University of Florida Law Review. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the Florida Bar, and is an active member of the American Health Lawyers Association. He participates in various volunteer organizations and pro bono activities.