Mitchell I. Golding, Esq.
Campbell, Lipski & Dochney, Philadelphia
Mitchell I Golding Esq. is Trial Attorney with the Philadelphia Law Firm of Campbell, Lipski & Dochney, a firm that serves as staff counsel for Zurich North American. He writes a monthly newsletter titled Significant Case Law Development In The Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Ac and an annual summary of the years Workers' Compensation Appellate decisions titled The Year in Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation: At A Glance. Mr. Golding has specialized in the practice of Workers' Compensation since 1987. He received his JD from New York Law School and his BA, Cum Laude, from The State University of New York at Albany. He also earned a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice from the State University in New York at Albany. Mr. Golding is a former shareholder of the Law Firm of Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman & Goggin. Prior to being employed by Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman & Goggin Mr. Golding worked as an Associate at LaBrum and Doak and prior to that at Galfand, Berger, Senesky, Lurie and March. and LaBrum and Doak. He has authored many articles including The Medical Only Dilemma: How To Make Sense Of Lemansky Counterpoint, January 2000 and reprinted by DRI Courier, September 2000; Subrogation Under The Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act Counterpoint, July 2000; The Utilization Review Dilemma Resulting from the Sullivan Decision: How We Got Here And Where Do We Go Now? Counterpoint, July 1998; Hearing Loss Reform Becomes Law, Pennsylvania Law Weekly, April of 1995; Analyzing the Bible Decision, Legal Intelligencer, July 1997; An Analysis of SB 801, Legal Intelligencer, June 1996; Detecting and Combating Workers’ Compensation Fraud, Legal Intelligencer January 1995, The Hearing Loss Loophole: An Analysis of the Problem and Analysis of Possible Solutions Legal Intelligencer of May 1993. Mr. Golding has served as a lecturer before many professional organizations including the Pennsylvania Bar Association, The Philadelphia Bar Association, The Pennsylvania Defense Institute and The Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Golding has received an A.V. rating from Martindale-Hubbell.