Jeremy Goldstein is a founding partner of Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates. A firm that exclusively deals with corporate business management matters. Most of its primary operations involve advising CEOs, compensation teams, management teams on executive compensation and corporate governance.
With the financial industry changing rapidly, there is a need for businesses to keep up with the latest information on management. Compensation programs are rapidly changing also to fit into the new business environment. Connect with Jeremy on LinkiedIn
Jeremy Goldstein is in charge of Mergers and Acquisitions in the American Bar Association Business Section. Goldstein is one of the most experienced lawyers in the country in this field of application.
He has worked with some of the biggest firms in the country in the last one and a half decades. He has a Juris Doctor from the New York University as well as masters and bachelors from Cornell and University of Chicago respectively.
Jeremy started JLG Associates after witnessing a lot of conflicts in the business sector. There was a huge confusion on how executive compensations were supposed to be done. At the same time many executives compensations firms starting forming – mostly after breaking up from larger organizations.
This is when Jeremy Goldstein realized there was an opportunity for a law firm to enter into this field and offer legal services to these organizations which were newly formed. Read more: Jeremy Goldstein | Quora and Jeremy Goldstein | Slideshare
Jeremy is now a successful compensation lawyer who has worked for the last 15 buyers with leading corporations in the country. He attributes his success from first learning all the dynamics of the compensation industry and being always on the lookout for vital information sipping through the business sector on a daily basis.
Jeremy Goldstein thinks that there has been some stability in the field of corporate compensation since the turn of the millennium. There has been nothing major happenings or about to happen which may force corporates to do a 360 degrees change in their compensation programs.
What they need to do is to keep adjusting to the small changes that are happening. Corporations can focus on performance rather than compensation programs they are implementing.
Jeremy Goldstein advocates for a close relationship between a compensation lawyer and the client. When he is dealing with his clients, he tries to make their relationship close by following up on the performance even when there is nothing major happening in the sector.
He also engages in personal conversations with his clients just to understand them better. He is always forthcoming in his business dealing, and clients can trust him for the best legal services in this field.