Jeremy Goldstein is among the partners at Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, a firm that advises businesses, management teams, CEOs and compensation committees on corporate governance and matters related to executive compensation, particularly issues arising from the context of transformative business events, in addition to other sensitive issues. Learn more about Jeremy Goldstein: https://medium.com/@Jeremy_Goldstein and https://www.chambersandpartners.com/USA/person/485609/jeremy-goldstein
Jeremy is the chairman of American Bar Association Business Section’s Mergers and Acquisitions Sub-committee. He is among the top executive compensation lawyers in the US.
In the last ten years, Goldstein has worked in some of the biggest corporate deals. He holds a B.A from Cornell University where he attended from 1991 to 1995, M.A from the University of Chicago which he studied from 1995 to 1996 and J.D from New York University where he schooled from 1996 to 1999.
Jeremy Goldstein reveals that the firm was founded ten years ago when most governance circles feared a conflict of interest in executive compensation matters. Consulting firms dealing with executive compensation broke off from larger companies, and he decided to do the same with a law firm.
To ensure proper time management and productivity, Jeremy limits the matters he accepts since there is no shortcut to his line of work. He adds that with his twenty years’ experience, he can handle almost any issue since they are all similar and his past experiences link to the new problems.
To be a competent attorney, Jeremy Goldstein makes sincere effort to establish and maintain relationships with his clients by speaking with them often and meeting them in person on social and professional grounds. To grow business, he recommends that entrepreneurs to be interested in people by calling, emailing and follow-up since to him, caring has no substitute. Connect with Jeremy on LinkedIn.
According to Jeremy, shareholder rights advocates have achieved most governance modifications that they have sought since the beginning of the last millennium, relatively stabilizing the general governance world and specifically the executive compensation governance.
The compensation committee, executives, and companies can, therefore, focus on corporate performance key drivers without worrying about emerging rules on best practices.
Jeremy Goldstein has been a partner at Jeremy Goldstein & Associates since 2014. Before this, he was a partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz from July 2000 to June 2014 and an associate at Sherman & Sterling LLP from August 1999 to July 2000.
From his experience, setbacks are usually opportunities, and he advises everyone to be aggressive in purchasing new technology.