Jeremy Goldstein is a legendary legal corporate advisor based in New York City. He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Arts from the prestigious Cornell University. In addition, Goldstein attained a first-class Master’s Degree in Arts from the University of Chicago and the revered Juris Doctor from New York University Law School.
Jeremy has practiced for more than 15 years in different capacities for dozens of corporate companies. Mr. Goldstein is the founder of Jeremy Goldstein and Associate (LLC) a corporate law firm that advises compensation committees, Chief Executive officers and corporations on executive leadership, compensation and other sensitive matters within the corporation. Goldstein was a partner at the law firms: Katz, Wachtell Rosen, and Lipton before founding his own firm.
Mr. Goldstein has participated in the acquisition of various companies like: Sanofi-Synthelabo SA by Aventis SA, South African Breweries by Miller Brewing Company, Chevron Texaco Corporation by Unocal Corporation, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. /Bank One Corporation, The Dow Chemical Company by Rohm and Haas Company, Goldman Sachs and TPG by ALLTEL Corporation, Cingular Wireless Corporation by AT&T Wireless Services among others. Goldstein is the chairman of Mergers and Acquisition Subcommittee of the Executive Committee of the American Bar Association Section, member of Professional Advisory Board of NYU Business and Law Journal, Board member of Directors of Fountain House that is committed into assisting mentally ill men and women, he is also a permanent board member of the New Leadership Council of Make- A Wish Foundation® of Metro New York. Mr. Goldstein Jeremy is listed as one of the greatest executive compensation lawyers in The Legal 500 and the Chambers USA to America leading Lawyers for Business.
Growing Successful Firms
Mr. Jeremy is a celebrated confident speaker and writer on corporate issues majorly in executive compensation in a firm, governance, and leadership that greatly contribute to the growth and success of corporations. He emphasizes the need for creating excellent executive relation and compensation terms in a firm as this is what determines the success of a company. He is widely consulted by individuals and companies to guide them on how to succeed in the corporate world.
Having a wide exposure in the corporate market, his bits of advice on the compensation of executives based on performance (performance-based pay) as this ensures everyone is held responsible for their actions. This facilitates the growth of the company. Mr. Jeremy advises also on how to utilize investment earnings acquired from shares and other incentives in the company. Learn more: http://jlgassociates.com/