Jeremy Goldstein is the founder of Jeremy L. Goldstein & Association firm. His firm is a law firm boutique which majors on providing advisory services to Chief Executive Officers, corporations that handle corporate governance and executive compensation related matters and compensation committee’s mostly pertaining issues that are sensitive and that relate to transformative events in the corporate world.
Jeremy served at Lipton, Kartz, Rozen and Wachtell law firm as a partner before founding his company. Jeremy is the chairman of a sub-committee of the acquisition and merger in the executive committee at the American Bar business section. He is a fluent speaker and author in matters of executive compensation and corporate authority due to his extensive experience.
Jeremy Goldstein is a renowned lawyer in executive compensation related matters which has seen him listed in The Legal 500 and Chambers USA Guide to Leading America Based lawyers for business. He has involved himself in significant acquisitions such as the United Technologies acquisition of Goldrich, Goldman Sachs acquisition, Verizon wireless acquisition among others.
Jeremy has also been in the NYU Journal of Law and Business Advisory Board and a Make-A-Wish Foundations’ new leadership council member. He has also been a board of Directors member at Fountain House which is a charity home that dedicates itself to the well-being of patients with mental illness.
Jeremy Goldstein holds a J.D from the University of New York and an M.S from Chicago University. He also owns a B.A from the University of Cornell. Read more: Jeremy Goldstein | Quora and Jeremy Goldstein | Slideshare
In about ten years ago, Jeremy heard talks on conflicts of interest in corporate governance in matters pertaining executive compensation. Many firms began to go independent from large executive compensation companies. It is at this time that he developed an idea of founding his law firm which was set to handle matters of corporate governance. Follow Goldstein on Twitter
His line of work usually revolves around advising his clients on issues that are way too much close to their hearts like their own careers and pay. This work, according to him, requires a lot of dedication and availability.
Jeremy Goldstein believes that the quality of advice given majorly depends on one’s knowledge on their client. He spends quality time with its clients and does regular check-ups on them periodically even in the event that they don’t have an active matter. He also finds time to see them personally professionally and emotionally. According to him, new technology is vital for a business to thrive.