The law firm, Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, was founded by the New York lawyer Jeremy Goldstein. After careful evaluation of corporate law, he found a way to reach out to the management at the high ranks. His clients are CEOs, business committees, and management teams. Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates was established over ten years ago to provide legal consultation services in corporate governance and executive compensation.
Jeremy Goldstein is famous for his prowess in executive compensation issues. When it comes to corporate governance Jeremy primarily handles sensitive issues and transition proceedings. Most corporations seek his services because he is an expert in his field. Jeremy Goldstein is acquainted with corporate finance, business banking, and corporate management. Such experience is essential when dealing with corporate mergers and acquisition.
Jeremy Goldstein was involved in various acquisition deals throughout the past decade. Some of these corporate transactions involved, Duke Energy/Progress Energy, The Dow Chemical Company/Rohm and Haas Company, South African Breweries PLC/Miller Brewing Company, Bank of America Corporation/MBNA Corporation, and Kmart Holding Corporation/Sears, Roebuck and Co. These are only a minor section of the numerous deals he oversaw.
His experience in legal proceedings extended into handling acquisition contracts for Goldman Sachs/Kinder Morgan, Sanofi-Synthelabo SA/Aventis SA, Merck/Schering Plough Corporation, Chevron Texaco Corporation/Unocal Corporation, and Verizon Wireless/ALLTEL Corporation. There were some high-profile acquisition cases that he was a party to, such as Time Warner by AT&T and Goodrich by United Technologies. To Jeremy Goldstein, his big-time acquisition deal was J.P. Morgan Chase & Co./Bank One Corporation.
As a legal advisor to CEOs, Jeremy Goldstein strives to have an informal client relationship. According to his theory, when attorneys develop a friendly relationship with their clients, there is an opportunity for growth which will benefit all parties involved. Jeremy Goldstein has set up social events in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, where he has interacted with potential and existing clients. Even after knowing a client through the formal framework, Jeremy Goldstein works at building an informal relationship with all his clients. He argues that clients will be comfortable working with an attorney who is also a friend.
To encourage a personal relationship with clients, Jeremy Goldstein will in a very subtle manner, find common middle ground. By creating a personal touch, the lawyer can easily connect with his clients. Using this approach, Jeremy Goldstein has had client relationships that have went on for decades. When working on a personal level with clients, Jeremy Goldstein can offer legal guidance, especially to CEOs going through a company restructuring stage. Legal consultation is necessary during securing new factories, machines, and intellectual resources.
In the American Bar Association, Jeremy Goldstein is the president of the Mergers & Acquisition Subcommittee under the Executive Compensation Committee. Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and The Legal 500 also recognized his efforts in executive compensation issues.
Jeremy got his academic credentials from Cornell University, the University of Chicago, and New York University School of Law,
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