Easy Access to Jeremy Goldstein’s Legal Expertise

Jeremy Goldstein is the guy to go to when you need expert legal assistance and advice on executive compensation. Executive compensation comprises of financial and non-financial incentives given to executives in a firm as a reward for the service they render to the institution or organization.

 

Goldstein is a member of the American Bar Association Business Section and also chairs the Mergers and Acquisition Board. He is highly rated on corporate governance and executive compensation.

 

He was voted the first executive pay legal officer in The Legal 500 and Chambers USA Guide. Mr. Goldstein played a significant role in some of the most popular corporate transactions of the last decade. Some of the principal operations include; SBC Communications, Inc.’s acquisition of AT&T Corp and the purchasing of the South African Breweries by the Miller Brewing Company.

 

Jeremy has a JD from NYU Law School. He is still very involved in the institution’s Professional Advisory Board as a member and is also a member of The Fountain House Board of Directors where he participates in charitable works such as supporting local mental health initiatives in New York.

 

In 2014, he began his private practice after being the partner at a renowned legal firm Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen,and Kratz.

 

How to find Mr. Goldstein online

 

In the recent past the New York State Bar Association made it easy for any New Yorker to seek and find legal assistance.

 

Their Lawyer Referral and Information Service have created a portal that is both easy to use and confidential for persons looking for an agent.

 

Corporate individuals seeking legal advice on salaries of CEO’s management teams and compensation committees can only go to the online portal, fill out a simple questionnaire so that they can be matched with an expert such as Jeremy Goldstein.

 

They get these referral services for free. But if they talk a standard fee of $35 for the initial 30-minute session is administered.

 

After the first consultation, the clients are free to retain or not retain the legal officer. If the person continues with the lawyer, then the fee is determined by the two.

 

To learn more, visit http://jlgassociates.com/.