Jason J. Goldstone earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Affairs from Indiana University in 1984. He then received his Juris Doctor Degree from The John Marshall Law School in 1988.
He was admitted to practice law by the State of Illinois Supreme Court in 1988, and admitted and qualified to practice as an attorney in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois in 1989. Jason moved to Palm Beach County and was licensed to practice law by the Supreme Court of the State of Florida in 1990, and admitted and qualified to practice as an attorney in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida in 1995.
Jason was a partner with the venerable law firm of Goodmark, Goodmark & Goldstone, P.A., in West Palm Beach where he worked from 1990 to March 2010. Upon the retirement of his partner Jerry J. Goodmark, Jason opened up The Law Office of Jason J. Goldstone, PLLC to provide the highest level of representation in workers compensation with a focus in client service and aggressively pushing cases forward (March 2010 to present).
Jason was a member of the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers (ALTA) beginning October 15, 1990, now known as The Florida Justice Association (FJA). Jason is also a member of the Florida Workers’ Advocates advancing the rights of injured workers.
Jason had been appointed to serve on the Workers' Compensation Rules Committee of the Florida Bar from July 1, 2001 to December 2, 2004.
Jason has been a member of the Workers’ Compensation Practice Committee of the Palm Beach County Bar Association for many years and served as Chairman of that committee from August 2004 to June 2007.
Jason has acted as a speaker and/or moderator at the Palm Beach County Bar Association Bench/Bar Conferences in 1994, 1996, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, and 2010.
Jason received an "AV" Peer Review rating in Martindale-Hubbell from 2001 to 2011. "AV" is the preeminent Rating, achievable only after admission to the bar for at least ten years, indicating the highest level of legal ability and ethics and is considered the pinnacle of professional excellence. In 2011, the Workers’ Compensation Practice Committee of the Palm Beach County Bar Association awarded Jason the Kennie Edwards Memorial Award that is "presented annually to the workers’ compensation attorney who best exemplifies those professional qualities admired in Kennie - honesty, integrity, cordiality, good humor, high ethical standards and advocacy tempered by a sense of humility".