Jeremy Goldstein is a layer who has been serving corporate clients for many years. He has been a part of the law sector for over two decades and now founds that nothing really takes him by surprise anymore. He is happy that corporate governance has become more stable in recent years and believes this will help companies to focus more on performing better. In the past, corporations have had to be concerned about breaking some obscure rule they weren’t aware of. This isn’t the case anymore, and Goldstein is glad he has been a part of making these kinds of important changes.
Jeremy Goldstein spends a lot of his time making his clients’ lives easier for them to manage. He always takes the time to get to know his clients more personally and believes this has helped him to offer them the exact kind of advice they need. Goldstein sees setbacks as veiled opportunities and lives a grateful kind of life. He has continued to grow his practice by always keeping in touch with his clients and putting their needs at the top of his list.
Jeremy Goldstein serves as a partner with Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC. The law firm works with CEOs, compensation committees, and companies to advise them on various matters. Before working with his current firm, he served with another law firm in New York. He has also been involved with various charitable organizations, where his many talents have gone to good use.
Jeremy Goldstein has been educating people about matters related to the law as a writer. He has also served as a speaker who covers executive compensation and corporate government topics. Goldstein received his Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude from Cornell University. He also studied at the University of Chicago, where he received his Master of Arts. He completed his education at New York University School of Law by earning his J.D.
Jeremy Goldstein was honored by Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, when the organization named him one of the leading executive compensation lawyers in the country. He continues to serve as the chair of the Mergers & Acquisition Subcommittee of the Executive Compensation Committee of the American Bar Association Business Section and also works with the Fountain House as a member of its board of directors. Fountain House is a charitable organization that works to improve the lives of people who suffer from mental illness.
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