Jeremy Goldstein is an attorney who practices law in New York City. He attended the York University School of Law and has a J.D., an M.S. from the University of Chicago and a B.A. Being up close to what is happening with the economy, he witnessed how this has an impact on businesses. Jeremy Goldstein worked in various aspects of large Corporations which includes Verizon, Bank of America and Goldman Sachs. Due to his vast experience in the field of Earnings per Share, (EPS) he is able to give these companies directives on how to use EPS, including various incentive-based programs. Due to his dedication and understanding of the EPS industry, Mr. Goldstein often advises not to get rid of the EPS but to use it to positively create an incentive for a more productive, and positive work environment. Keeping the EPS provides a platform for holding CEOs and executive companies answerable for their actions. Learn more: https://blogjeremygoldstein.tumblr.com/
Pay per performance must match up and measure up against the goals of the company, not just for the present but for the future. This action will increase the long-term sustainability of the company as it continues to grow.
Jeremy Goldstein started practicing law at a law firm before going into private practice. He founded his law firm which he named Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, LLC in which he is a partner. This firm is considered a boutique law firm. Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates law firm specializes in giving legal advice to committees, management teams, CEO’s in the use of executive compensation.
His experience as an attorney includes working with major companies on legal cases. These cases include working with many cellular companies, oil and petroleum companies, banking companies and stockholder companies. His work included matters of financial compensation in legal issues.
Jeremy Goldstein is a prolific writer and has written legal briefs for many law journals, in which he provides dated opinion and instructions on trendy legal matters. Due to his accomplishments as an attorney at law, Jeremy Goldstein is held in high regards in the Legal 500, and the Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Businesses. As a member of the professional advisory board, Jeremy Goldstein contributes articles to the NYU Journal of Law and Business. He is a member of the American Bar Association Business Section and chair of the Mergers and Acquisitions Committee of the Executive Compensation Committee. Jeremy Goldstein is a supporter of the Fountain House. He supports them in their causes to help people who are mentally ill. He donates funds to the organization to help their causes. Mr. Goldstein is a member of the New Leadership Council of Make-A-Wish Foundation of Metro New York.