Lindsay Goldberg is among the few counsel in Canada whose practice offers retail mortgage enforcement (foreclosure) and collections services exclusively. With over 30 years’ of consumer debt realization experience, he successfully manages major banks’ and other financial institutions’ default portfolios and has partnered with some of the largest of those to streamline, simplify and modernize their collections administration and operations. His clientele rely on Lindsay for high-level administration accountabilities designed for property inspection management, property listings and sales supervision and mortgage insurance claim submissions. His established leadership in these areas offers his clients staff expense reduction and reduced risk.
Lindsay has built his business with a focus on customer service and debtor reintegration, having forged a reputation for reliable business judgment and sound collection methods. In 2015 Lindsay brought his clients and his team to Fulton & Company Law Corporation and leads the Realization & Insolvency Group as senior advisory counsel in Fulton & Company’s Vancouver office.
960-1055 W. Georgia Street,
Vancouver, BC V6E 0B6
PO Box 11116 STN Royal Centre,
Vancouver, BC V6E 3P3
- Member, Law Society of British Columbia (1986)
- Member, Law Society of Yukon (2012)
- University of Victoria, LLB – 1985
- University of Victoria, B.Sc. – 1982
- Lindsay regularly acts on behalf of a number of banks, trust companies and private lenders in B.C. mortgage enforcement proceedings (foreclosure) and collections.
- Lindsay was presented with a certificate ‘In recognition of continuous support and contribution to (the bank’s) success in attaining the strategic goal of a C$100M write-off reduction in 2003’ by a key lender in the field.
PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS
- Course coordinator – Continuing Legal Education (CLE) – “Foreclosures for Legal Support Staff,” 1996, 1999, 2001, 2003 and 2009.
- Course co-coordinator – Continuing Legal Education (CLE) – “Foreclosure Practice,” 2013, 2015 and 2017
- Fall 2007 – Is Your Property Safe From Canadian Government Seizure?
- Summer 2007 – Can the Activities of Your Borrowers or Tenants Lead to Seizure of Your Property? Real Estate Brief Winter 2007/2008