Jeremy Goldstein founded the firm Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates LLC in 2014 and is a partner in it as well. He has had a long career of excellence in the legal and investment world. Jeremy Goldstein is a reputed lawyer. He graduated from the Cornell University and received his Juris Doctor designation from the New York School of Law. He then achieved post graduation from the University of Chicago. Jeremy Goldstein acquired expertise in investment matters through his work at reputed firms such as Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen and Katz, Daw company and the NYSE Group Inc. Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/jeremy.goldstein.12
Jeremy Goldstein’s firm functions in an advisory role to companies dealing with governance dilemmas, management issues, and employee compensation. He recently highlighted the importance of incentives such as earnings allotted per share to employees. Profits given per share is an important driving force for firms to buy more shares or sell them. Further, this compensation method provides workers a higher payment. However, earnings doled out for every share can be harmful as well in certain situations. This type of compensations are not stable and reliable, and senior executives may misuse them. Jeremy Goldstein calls for a middle path to successful use of earnings per share as employee incentives. He suggests bringing accountability into the equation and ensuring that the performance top executives are aligned with the aims of the firm in question.
Jeremy Goldstein is well-known for his role in the acquisition deal of the Goodrich firm by United Technologies. He has successfully assisted many large organizations to conduct deals in energy, banking, and telecommunications sectors. Jeremy Goldstein has mediated many other important transactions such as those between NYSE Group Inc. and Euronext, Verizon Wireless and ALLTEL Corporation, Bank of America Corporation and FleetBoston Financial Corp., Sanofi-Aventis and Genzyme, Phillips Petroleum Company and Conoco Inc., Goldman Sachs and TPG/ALLTEL Corporation, Sanofi-Synthelabo SA and Aventis SA, SBC Communications Inc. and AT&T Corp., The Dow Chemical Company and Rohm and Haas Company, Duke Energy and Progress Energy, Kmart Holding Corporation and Sears, Roebuck and Co. and many more.
Jeremy Goldstein has also advised firms to use knockout alternatives to ensure that stock option benefits are provided to employees. This means that shares are lost if the value of the stock drops below a certain amount. This allows employers to offer employees stock benefits, and profit from stock values simultaneously.
Jeremy Goldstein heads the American Bar Association Business Section’s Executive Compensation Committee. He has been named as a foremost compensation attorney in The Legal 500 and the prestigious Chamber’s USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. He engages in philanthropy as well and contributes to the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Fountain House charities.