Jeremy Goldstein is an intelligent man who has a J.DA from New York University Schools of Law, a B.A. cum laude with distinction in all the subjects from the Cornell University and an M.S. from the University of Chicago. Learn more about Jeremy Goldstein: http://jlgassociates.com/ and https://www.americanconference.com/executive-compensation-836l17-nyc/speakers/jeremy-goldstein/
Jeremy is among the partners at Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates LLC; an exclusive boutique law firm committed to advising the compensation committee, management teams, corporations and CEOS in executive compensation and the matters concerning the corporate governance.
Mostly, such issues normally arise in the context of the sensitive situations and the transformative corporate events.
Prior to Jeremy founding his firm, he was a partner at several law firms, for instance, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen, and Katz. In the past decades, Mr. Goldstein has been involved in a lot of large corporate transactions.
Goldstein is the chair of the Mergers and Acquisition Subcommittee of the Executive Compensation Committee of an American Bar Association Business Section. Goldstein writes and speaks regularly regarding the issues of corporate governance and the executive compensation.
He is marked as the topmost executive compensation lawyer in the “Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and The Legal 500.”
Moreover, Goldstein is a member of Professional Advisory Board of NYU Journal of Law and Business, also, one of the members at the New Leadership Council of Make-A-Wish Foundation of the Metro New York and still a member of the Board of Directors of the Foundation House.
Which is philanthropy dedicated to the recovery of the women and the men that have the mental illness. It is approximately 10 years ago when the idea for the Jeremy L. Goldstein came.
At that time, there were many talks in the governance circles concerning the conflicts of interest in issues of the executive compensation. For this reason, various executive compensation consulting companies withdraw from the large organizations.
This made Jeremy Goldstein think that there was a room in the marketplace for the law firm to do something, after considering it he took the initiative. Read more: Jeremy Goldstein | Slideshare and Jeremy Goldstein | Crunchbase
Here are some of the advises that Jeremy Goldstein has given to the companies regarding the potential activists; understand the manner in which their pay programs diverge from the standards of the shareholders and the proxy advisors, develop a robust of the year-round program of the shareholder management by the management and the independent directors and finally consider appropriate changes for paying and governing the structures.