Jeremy Goldstein is a partner in an exclusive law firm. Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates is committed to advising management teams, compensation and business committees and CEO’s in matters of executive compensation and corporate governance.
These are issues specifically arising due to numerous sensitive issues as well as the context for transformative business events.
Jeremy Goldstein serves the Sub-Committee of Mergers and Acquisitions for the Business Section of the American Bar Association as the Chairman. During the last decade, he has been responsible for the majority of the large corporate deals.
He is additionally one of the United States leading attorneys for executive compensation. Jeremy Goldstein began his education at the New York University where he earned his J.D. He also attended the University of Chicago and Cornell University where he earned his M.A.
Jeremy Goldstein decided to open a law firm due to the talk regarding executive compensation in governance circles about ten years ago. He watched numerous consulting firms leave the larger organizations.
This was when he decided the market place needed a law firm in this sector. His work involves advising clients regarding their careers and their pay. He spends a lot of his time drafting, negotiating and advising. This requires dedication to his work. Learn more about Jeremy Goldstein: https://www.avvo.com/attorneys/10019-ny-jeremy-goldstein-978103.html#client_reviews and https://www.slideshare.net/JeremyGoldstein14/22nd-annual-naspp-presentation-2014
Advocates for shareholder rights have gained numerous governance modifications since the last millennium. Jeremy Goldstein believes this has made the worlds of executive compensation governance and general governance much more stable.
This has enabled executives, companies and committees to concentrate on driving corporate performance instead of being concerned about new rules for the best practice. He believes this has led to many thoughtful discussions regarding performance, strategy and linking pay.
Jeremy Goldstein believes an attorney must know their clients to be able to provide good advice. He puts in the effort to first develop and then maintain his relationships with his clients. He talks to them on a regular basis even if no active matters are present. He sees them both professionally and socially when possible.
He has learned to view any setback as an opportunity. He said some of the worst things that ever occured in his life turned out to be some of the best possible situations.
Jeremy Goldstein believes new technology should be pursued aggressively. He also feels it is important to have an interest in people.
This means calling, keeping in touch, following up or sending an email. He believes if people are aware he is interested they will ask him for advice.