Jeremy Goldstein is an accomplished corporate governance attorney with a brilliant track record in the M&A world. Jeremy trained and perfected his legal skills and understanding at the prestigious law schools and universities of Chicago and New York. That’s on top of Mr. Goldstein later receiving a cum laude distinction from the globally acclaimed Cornell Uni. Here’s a list of the top M&A deals Jeremy’s orchestrated over the past 40 years.
- The Merck and Schering Plough Corporation
- Goodrich and United Technologies
- The Dow Chemical Company, Hass and the Rohm Company
- Unocal and Texaco Corporation
- BOA and MBNA Corporation
- Bank of American and FleetBoston Financial Corporation
- Miller Brewing Company and South African Breweries
- Verizon and ALLTEL Corporation
- AT&T Wireless and Cingular Wireless Services Inc.
Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC.
Asides Jeremy Goldstein being actively involved in bringing together international conglomerates and other Fortune 500 listed brands and companies, the respected investor also serves on several high-profile Executive Compensation Committees in the nation. Today, the veteran corporate lawyer runs a successful law firm, Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, LLC. He’s a permanent board executive at the Legal 500, NYU Journal of Law and Business, and a staff attorney for the Chambers USA Guide for
Leading Lawyers and Businesses.
In addition, Goldstein supports a renowned charity organization called Fountain House. The astute investor is not only a board member at the charity, but, he’s also a major donor to the organization that strives to help individuals suffering from all sorts of mental conditions.
Crunchbase.com describes Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC as an established boutique legal firm that serves to advise managers and CEOs on how to come up with a proper compensation plan for their top executives. The law firm also assists businesses and companies to draft retirement packages for staff.
Jeremy is a passionate speaker who regularly pens academic journals to reputable resource hubs like on the Harvard University legal bulletin board. In one of his more recent journal and publications, Goldstein delves into the importance of acknowledging the rising shareholder activism when calculating executive compensation. Businesses and companies that chose to completely ignore the need to foster better ties with their shareholders and investors alike are putting themselves in the firing range.
Click here to read the rest of the informative note by Jeremy on Harvard.edu and learn the value of compensating every staff member ustly, always. Jeremy reckons that paying your staff well acts as a cushion of sorts in the off-chance you get involved in a coöperate lawsuit. Provided you were paying the top-level executives and the subordinates well, then, there’s an excellent chance the activists will let you off easy, with a mild warning at most. But, if you get slapped with a corporate lawsuit and you’re discovered to be a horrible boss, then you’ll really face it tough with the activists. Learn more: http://clsbluesky.law.columbia.edu/2015/09/10/goldstein-and-associates-discuss-short-termism-performance-goals-and-executive-compensation/