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Bill Goldberg Selected for Leadership Montgomery Class of 2015

Litigation attorney Bill Goldberg recently was selected as a member of Leadership Montgomery's Class of 2015. Leadership Montgomery brings together current and emerging leaders to make Montgomery County a better place to live and work.

As a member of the Class of 2015, Bill will join Leadership Montgomery's hallmark Core Program. The program is a highly interactive and life-enriching nine-month course that makes a significant contribution to Montgomery County’s well-being by providing intensive hands-on study and in-depth discussion of current issues facing the county, including, transportation, education, public safety, business, planning, economic development, communities' diversity and the arts.

This exceptional and selective program equips participants to effect positive change by gaining a greater understanding of the unique forces that make up Montgomery County while giving them the opportunity to build relationships with past, present, and future leaders in the county. Leadership Montgomery and its programs stand on the values of integrity, leadership, diversity, service, passion, and relationships. For more information on Leadership Montgomery and its Core Program, visit https://www.leadershipmontgomerymd.org/.

Bill Goldberg is a litigation attorney at Lerch, Early & Brewer in Bethesda, Maryland who advocates for companies and individuals facing a variety of complex commercial disputes including breach of fiduciary duty claims, contractual disputes, business torts, trade secrets and partnership dissolutions.

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