In the corporate world Lawyer, Jeremy Goldstein has a distinguished career. His primary focus has been with corporated acquisitions and mergers but he also has a diverse range of talents that have led to his success in business and in life. While managing his own practice he has served as a mentor and a board member to help charities. His role as the leading counsel on some of today’s largest acquisitions has gained him a great deal of notoriety. He was involved in Time Warner’s acquisition by AT&T. He sees his greatest achievement as being a part of acquisitions for J.P. Morgan Chase.
Due to his decades of acquisition experience, Jeremy Goldstein has mastered the process of ensuring the legal soundness of complex contracts. The value of assets in acquisitions can include hundreds of billions of dollars. The negotiated agreement must be firmly reflected by all parties involved. Goldstein and lawyers like him help clients quickly reach agreements so that deals are made in ways that are most feasible. This prevents corporate leaders from sidelining acquisition proposals to pursue activities that they deem more effective.
Jeremy Goldstein attorney at law is a partner at Jeremy L Goldstein & Associates LLC, which is a boutique Law Firm that advises compensation committees, management teams, corporations, and CEOs in corporate governance and executive compensation matters. The attorney and his firm handle issues that arise with transformative corporate events and other sensitive situations.
Mr. Goldstein has been a part of many of the greatest corporate transactions within the past decade, including the Goodrich acquisition by United Technologies and many other high-profile acquisitions. He is chair of the Executive Compensation Committee of the American Bar Association Business Section’s Mergers and Acquisition Subcommittee. He frequently speaks and writes on executive compensation and corporate governance issues. Mr. Goldstein is also listed in the Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and The Legal 500 as a leading lawyer in executive compensation. He is an NYU Journal of Law and Business member of the Professional Advisory Board and Fountain House Board of Directors member and The charity, Fountain House is dedicated to mental illness recovery for both men and women.
In an effort to nurture strong relationships with his clients, Jeremy Goldstein often brings nuances from his personal life into his business relationships. He sees the value in human connections and makes every attempt to build strength in informal relationships from the onset. He is not a proponent of the excessively formal approach because it benefits both parties to work as friends and learn one another well enough to recognize further growth opportunities. Mr. Goldstein takes the opportunity to connect with as many potential clients as possible by attending social events in Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey. He now not only attends but on occasion hosts these events as well. In May of 2019, he hosted a New York City gala with an entry fee of $5,000. The event benefited the Fountain House.
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