5 Third Street, Suite 1100, San Francisco, CA 94103

Nelson Goodell has spent the past decade in the trenches litigating complex real estate disputes in state and federal courts throughout California. Having testified before the California Legislature regarding proposed legislation designed to provide more protections to Californians in the foreclosure process, Mr. Goodell has been at the forefront of the legal issues arising from the financial crisis of the late 2000's. Mr. Goodell has assisted his clients in obtaining millions of dollars in value through settlements, court-awarded fees and judgments, and mortgage payment reductions. Aside from mortgage servicing litigation, Mr. Goodell has a diverse client base, as he represents individuals, consumers, families, publicly traded companies and other business in a vast array of other real property matters, including those that involve title and insurance disputes, partitions, identity theft, commercial and residential lease disputes, and wrongful eviction claims. Besides handling matters in the San Francisco Bay Area on a daily basis, Mr. Goodell maintains a statewide practice, and litigates cases from Los Angeles to Sacramento to the Lake Tahoe region to Humboldt County. On the national level, Mr. Goodell regularly travels throughout the United States to conduct investigations and depose employees of mortgage servicers and other financial institutions. Mr. Goodell has tried cases in front of judges and juries, and has had success at both the trial and appellate level.