Having worked with large firms like Verizon, Jeremy Goldstein a renown attorney and author based in New York has come out to talk about Employment Incentives. Since he has worked with large firms he understands everything about employment incentives especially Earning Per Share and gives his take or what could be the way forward on the topic at hand.
Jeremy Goldstein basically offers an option of coming up with a comprise on employment incentives since there are two different groups who do not seem to agree on the matter. Some people support the whole idea saying it means total growth of shares and a company as a whole. However, others are against it saying it will ruin the company by turning a blind eye on CEOs who could misuse such opportunities. Jeremy advocates that it should not be done away with and a platform of comprising should be reached so as to ensure sustainable growth of a firm.
With over 15 years in the law industry, Jeremy Goldstein is an attorney who specializes on a matters concerning executive compensation and corporate governance. Jeremy Goldstein is an alumnus of Cornell University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree. He then went on to join the University of Michigan and upon graduating he earned an MA. Thereafter, Jeremy Goldstein joined the University of New York, School of Law and got his JD.
Jeremy Goldstein has worked in numerous firms and organizations over the past 15 years and gathered a lot of experience and expertise on matters pertaining to law. It was in 2014 that he founded his own law firm known as the Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, LLC. Through the firm, Jeremy Goldstein basically provides counsel on executive pay matters. Prior to founding his law firm, Jeremy Goldstein worked in another large firm based in New York which he also co-founded.
With all of this expertise in law, it is no doubt that Jeremy Goldstein is a highly valued attorney both in New York and across the globe. For this reason, his services have been requested and incorporated in numerous merging and acquisition transactions involving large enterprises all over the world. For instance, Jeremy Goldstein played a significant role in the deal that involved SBC Communications Incorporation and AT&T Corporation.
Jeremy Goldstein is an important persona in the Mergers and Acquisitions Subcommittee in the American Bar Association since he serves as the Subcommittee’s Chairman. Jeremy Goldstein is also known for his prowess in speaking and writing on matters pertaining to executive compensation and corporate governance. Apart from focusing on his career, Jeremy Goldstein is also a philanthropist. He is a member of Fountain House which is a charity organisation driven to help people suffering from mental illness.