Miami Personal Injury Lawyer Gregg Goldfarb Launches Legal Podcast


MIAMI, April 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Personal Injury Lawyer in Miami Gregg M. Goldfarb launched a new podcast that puts an entertaining twist on legal, regulatory and public interest information and news. The new podcast – Cut to the chase: – is available on Apple Podcasts.

Goldfarb, including the law firm Gregg M Goldfarb, srl, focuses on personal injury, mass tort claims, PIP insurance claims and civil rights claims, practiced law in the south Florida for over 25 years.

“My goal with this podcast is to help educate and inform the public about some compelling and interesting issues of our time,” Goldfarb said. “Too often people, myself included, are too busy or distracted to understand what’s going on with certain issues that shape our lives. I try to bring in guests who know these issues and get them to simplify it so that we understand. “

Launched in mid-January, the Cut to the chase: podcast featured a variety of local and national experts who discussed a number of “front page” topics including:

  • David Chase, former senior SEC lawyer, who discussed the SEC’s Ripple cryptocurrency (XRP) lawsuit and the recent stock game GameStop.
  • Environment teacher Richard Grosso, who spoke with Goldfarb about important South florida environmental issues, including the controversial drive through the Everglades project.
  • Miami immigration lawyer Rodrigo Vilar, who shared his thoughts on the most important immigration topics for the new administration to consider.
  • CPA Boris Moucheev, who provided key information and advice regarding the Payroll Protection Program (P3).
  • Financial Advisor David fink, a Bitcoin expert, who discussed the tax ramifications of investing in cryptocurrency.
  • Professor of physics Dr. Adam leibovich, who educated Goldfarb’s audience on how the universe works.

In addition to practicing law, Goldfarb served as president of the Center for Independent Living of South florida, who helps people with disabilities integrate fully into their communities, and is the founder of Clean Miami River, an environmental nonprofit.

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Media contact:
Gregg Goldfarb
Telephone: 305-374-7000
E-mail: [email protected]

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