Renaissance Hotel, Woodbridge, NJ
7:45am – 12:30pm

Barry S. Goodman will be a panelist at the upcoming NAIOP NJ seminar “Social Media & Technology, Real World Ethics and Comprehensive Ethics for CRE Brokers/Salespersons.” The program will take place on April 17, 2015 at the Renaissance Hotel in Woodbridge, NJ.

Mr. Goodman will participate in a panel discussion on “Comprehensive Ethics for CRE Brokers.” This session will address the more complicated and less common ethical dilemmas in commercial real estate, such as confidentiality agreements; offering process; mergers, buyouts and takeovers; and how to avoid practicing law without a license.

Mr. Goodman focuses his practice in commercial litigation, with a particular concentration in real estate and real estate brokerage issues. His experience also encompasses municipal law, antitrust suits, and corporate shareholder and partnership disputes. Throughout his career, a number of Mr. Goodman’s cases have resulted in published opinions that set precedents in New Jersey. 

Mr. Goodman is approved by the State of New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance Real Estate Commission as a New Jersey Real Estate Continuing Education Instructor.  He lectures frequently to the real estate brokerage community and other industry organizations throughout the state, and has written extensively on topics related to real estate brokerage law.

For more information and to register, visit http: www.naiopnj.org.