"He had numerous victories in litigation, and he was successful in getting random selection of jurors before the Supreme Bench of Baltimore City," said Mr. Skeen. "He represented asbestos victims, both in the state and federal courts, since the 1970s. He also represented clients before the Maryland Court of Appeals in connection with his asbestos practice.
"He was the consummate legal professional and a powerful advocate," Mr. Skeen said. "He would spend any amount of time necessary to get ready for a case."
Mr. Goldman was a lifelong hunter and fisherman.
A memorial service will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday at the Baltimore Bar Library in the Clarence M. , Mitchell Jr. Courthouse, 100 N. Calvert St.
Survivors include three sons, Roger Goldman of Miami and Roy S. Goldman and George F. Goldman, both of Baltimore; a brother, Robert Goldman of California; and two grandchildren. His marriages to Lenora Shapiro and Kathleen Busch ended in divorce.