Jeremy Goldstein is an attorney who has expertise in matters related to corporate governance and compensation. One of his best habits that make him more effective as a lawyer is that he really gets to know his clients.
He feels like this gives him the ability to give them the best advice he can. He doesn’t just meet with them in formal situations, but he also does his best to see them when they are in a social situations. Basically, he wants to get to know them on a more personal level and will even keep in touch with clients during times when there are no active matters to deal with. Follow Jeremy Goldstein on Twitter.
Jeremy Goldstein has stated that if he could give advice to his younger self, that he would let himself know that many setbacks are actually opportunities in disguise. Looking back on his own life he realizes that many times when things seemed to happen for the worst, they would turn out to be for the best. Read more: Jeremy Goldstein | Slideshare and Jeremy Goldstein | Quora
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Jeremy Goldstein is an expert when it comes to matters related to corporate governance, committees who decide how to compensate employees, CEO’s, and management teams as well as corporations who work with executive compensation matters. He advises all of these people for a living and started up his own boutique law firm, Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC., where he is a partner.
He is a writer and speaker who covers corporate governance and executive compensation issues to the letter, and he is listed as one of the best executive compensation lawyers in Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and The Legal 500.
Jeremy Goldstein serves as chair of the Mergers & Acquisition Subcommittee of the Executive Compensation Committee of the American Bar Association Business Section, and he earned his Juris Doctor while studying at the New York University School of Law.
He worked for his Bachelor of Arts Degree while spending time at Cornell University and received a Masters Degree after completing his studies at the University of Chicago.
He has been a part of countless, important, corporate transactions that have taken place over the last decade, and he most likely will be a part of many more to come.