Jeremy Goldstein, A Successful Attorney at Law

Jeremy Goldstein works in partnership with Jeremy Goldstein and Associates, a private law firm he established several years ago. The law company provides advice to the Chief Executive officers, management teams, as well as business and compensation committees .

The firm typically bases their counsel on corporate governance and executive compensation matters among other critical issues. Learn more about Jeremy Goldstein: and

Mr. Goldstein works as the chairman of the American Bar Association Business Section sub-committee that deals with mergers and acquisitions. In the last ten years, he spent most of his time working with a large number of substantial corporate deals. Connect with Jeremy on LinkedIn

Jeremy has been rated among the top attorneys, handling executive compensation matters in the United States. Mr. Goldstein is a Juris Doctor holder from the New York University.

He is still involved with the university as one of the Professional Advisory Board members for the New York University Journal of Business and Law. He also holds a B.A and an M.A from the Cornell University and the University of Chicago respectively. Read more: Jeremy Goldstein | Facebook and Jeremy Goldstein | Quora

According to Jeremy, his productivity comes from giving his clients advice about their pay and careers, since these are the most significant issues that are always close to their hearts.

Jeremy adds that this type of occupation needs a committed expert since the job involves drafting, negotiations and giving advice which is all time-consuming.

In a recent interview by Ideamensch, Goldstein said one of the practices that make him a successful attorney is that he goes that extra mile to create good working relationships with his customers and strives to maintain them as well.

Jeremy Goldstein adds that he maintains communication with most of his customers even when not having an ongoing issue. According to Jeremy, one should get aggressive when acquiring new technology when working towards your set goals. He gives an example by stating that you should not wait for your personal computer to break down for you to purchase a new one.

Mr. Goldstein’s counsel to those people aspiring to become effective lawyers like him was that they ought to understand at all times that those things that look like setbacks in your career path end up becoming great opportunities.

He also added that in most instances when he thought he was going through the toughest experiences, in the end, everything turned out just fine.

Before Jeremy established the Jeremy Goldstein and Associates law company; he worked as a partner with New York Law Company. He had also worked previously at Wachtell, Rosen & Katz, Shearman & Sterling LLP and Lipton.

Jeremy played a significant role in some large corporate deals involving acquisitions and mergers, for instance, the procurement of AT&T Corp by SBC Communications, the merger of Bank One Corporation with J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., and the acquisition of South African Breweries by the Miller Brewing Company.