Simon Goldenberg Published in Aspatore Special Report

Posted By Law Office of Simon Goldenberg, PLLC || 18-Jun-2014

New York debt collection attorney Simon Goldenberg has recently been recognized and honored by Aspatore – a Thomas Reuters business – by being selected as an author in a recently released book titled Understanding the Current Student Loan Landscape. (ISBN: 9780314292193)

Attorney Goldenberg has focused his practice on providing zealous consumer advocacy. He strives to provide compassionate counsel and representation for consumers in need of debt relief. His contribution to the book demonstrates that he is recognized for his experience and understanding in debt relief law. Following is an excerpt from a press release about Goldenberg's inclusion in this project:

Understanding the Current Student Loan Landscape provides feedback from some of the nation's leading legal minds on the student loan interest rate bill and the financial environment that surrounds the higher education industry. These experts discuss the specifics of the new law, give insight into how they advise clients on their options for repaying student loans, and mention valuable resources for staying up-to-date on these matters. This report offers readers an on-the-spot look at this issue as it continues to unfold.

Read the full press release here:

The book is available for immediate purchase here:

Categories: Firm News

Contact Our Firm

Have questions? Fill out the information below to receive an immediate response.

Submit Your Message
New York Debt Collection Defense Attorney

Office Location:

Law Office of Simon Goldenberg, PLLC
New York Debt Collection Defense Attorney
818 E 16th Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11230
Local Phone: 347.389.0245
Directions [+]

Call for a free consultation


Follow Us On:

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.