The Career Journey of Jeremy Goldstein

Jeremy Goldstein is a man who decided to specialize in law and furthered his education in three universities which include New York University, Cornell University and the University of Chicago. Law was initially his passion before other things like entrepreneurship took over. He would then venture into both fields, by providing counsel to the companies that needed it.


For over ten years, Jeremy worked in different corporations as a business lawyer, and some of them include Philips Petroleum Company, SBC Communications, Bank of America Corporation and NYSE Group Inc. Goldstein had to quit his job as a partner at a law firm known as Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz because he wanted to take his career path to another level by starting his own firm.


Jeremy is the founder and among the partners of Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC which is established in New York. The main work of the firm is to mentor corporations, management teams, and committees during sensitive situations. Companies in all business sectors used to allow their workers to buy its shares which made the employees have a significant impact on the companies. Over the years, because of financial issues many of the firms have removed the offer, but Jeremy’s corporation came up with a tactic known as knock out. Knock out has a policy that when the prices of a company’s shares decrease, there is a standard lowest price at which one can buy the shares. Knock out has promoted the growth of the economy and benefits of workers.


Jeremy has been recognized as the leading executive compensation lawyer because he writes and speaks constantly of compensation issues. Not only does Jeremy hold a position in Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates but also chairs in the American Bar Association sector of the Merges & Acquisition Subcommittee of the Executive Compensation Committee. Jeremy participates in charity organizations by being part of the Board of Directors, for example, Fountain House which is an organization that takes care of people with mental disability. His life has seen days of prosperity, and every tomorrow for him will be full of successes if Jeremy is to continue doing what he does.


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