Jeremy Goldstein is a prominent lawyer in New York, as well as a partner to Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates Corporation. He is a qualified attorney with extensive experience after graduating from the New York University School of Law. Jeremy Goldstein is always passionate about seeking justice and fighting for the needs of his clients. His devotion has earned Mr. Goldstein a legacy in the law sector. He is a committed partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates law firm.
Jeremy Goldstein has made this mission to advising different CEOs, compensation committees, managers, and business committees on various matters affecting the business. With the help of other associates, Mr. Goldstein helps his clients understand corporate governance and compensation matters. Any legal business requires a person with law skills, ensuring the company operates by state law. Jeremy Goldstein’s skills come in handy when solving business matters in a court of law and also helps clients avoid spending much money on cases.
Mr. Goldstein serves as a chairman of the American Bar Association. This organization deals with mergers as well as business acquisition matters. Over the years, Jeremy Goldstein has represented clients in different corporate deals, winning many cases. His wins are based on past experiences and devotion to creating a better world. Clients with compensation issues across the US rely on Mr. Goldstein for advice and representation.
Partner – Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, LLC. Jun 2014 – Present. 5 years 10 months
Partner – Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz Jul 2000 – Jun 2014. 14 yearsActive in the firm’s executive compensation practice, with a particular emphasis on executive compensation issues that arise in connection with mergers and acquisitions and executive compensation issues as they relate to corporate governance.
Associate – Shearman & Sterling LLP Aug 1999 – Jul 2000. 1 year
New York University School of Law New York University School of Law
Juris Doctor Law
1996 – 1999
University of Chicago University of Chicago
Master of Arts Art History
1995 – 1996
Cornell University Cornell University
Bachelor of Arts Art History
1991 – 1995
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