Jeremy Goldstein is among the top executive compensation lawyers in the US. He attended Cornell University from 1991-1995 where he obtained a Bachelors degree in Arts, History and later joined the University of Chicago to pursue a Masters degree in Arts, History.
In 1996, he joined New York University School of law to study a degree in Juris Doctor, Law. He is currently chairing the Mergers and Acquisition Subcommittee of the American Bar Association Business Section.
Jeremy is also one of the partners at Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates, a law firm specialized in advising Chief Executive Officers, management teams, corporations and compensation committees in matters concerning executive restitution and corporate governance, particularly issues arising in transformative corporate occurrences and other sensitive situations. Follow Jeremy on Twitter
He got the idea of JLG about ten years ago when many issues concerning executive restitution were causing conflicts in governance. Since many executive restitution consulting firms were breaking off from the larger firms, he saw a niche for a law organization to break off as well, thus starting his law firm. Read more: Jeremy Goldstein | Crunchbase and Jeremy Goldstein | Slideshare
Since his work is very involving, he says that for a practitioner to be successful, he/she must be dedicated and available around the clock. He, therefore, spends most of his workdays advising clients about their careers and income, negotiating on behalf of firms as well as drafting any necessary legal documents.
For him to be productive in his work, he tends to accept only the matters that involve extraordinary transactions that require his experience and expertise. Learn more about Jeremy Goldstein: https://www.resumonk.com/Rf4O8IjkZGGkJ1jqlTIPqA and http://jlgassociates.com/
He has managed to be a competent lawyer by knowing his clients because this enables him to provide better advice. Therefore, he ensures that he develops and maintains relationships with his clients and speaks with them from time to time even when they do not have any current matter.
More to that, he sees and relates to his clients professionally and socially to create a good relationship so that he can advise them better.
Jeremy Goldstein was a partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen and Katz law firm before founding his law firm. His stay there gave him the experience of relating and taking an interest in people, a strategy that has made his business grow.