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Jeremy Goldstein’s tips on business growth and expansion

Jeremy Goldstein is a prominent leading legal corporate world advisor. He pursued a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Cornell University, Master of Arts Degree in the University of Chicago and had A Juris Doctor from New York University.

He has more than 15 years’ experience in corporate law. He has worked with widely recognized top corporate companies like Bank of America Corporation, Philipps Petroleum Company, Duke Energy, Chevron, AT among many others. He is the pioneer of Jeremy Goldstein and Associate (LLC) which is a business law firm that specializes in the advisory role to CEOs in Compensation Committee, company’s manageme4nt teams on corporate issues regarding compensation and leadership issues.

He is a renowned speaker and a writer who is always consulted on issues to deal with the executive organ of the company on compensation matters, and how to succeed in the corporate industry. Mr. Jeremy explains the importance of corporates awarding their employees and maintain a good relationship with them and the outside world. This enables firms to avoid extra charges if they follow the right policy and this results in the business expansion and growth. This can also help the corporate prevent compensation stock by adopting knock-out barrier.

Legal 500 and The Chambers USA have at different times listed him among the leading executive lawyers. Jeremy is a Board member of a non-profit organization called Fountain House that specializes in assisting persons who have mental disorders. He is also the Chairman of Mergers and Acquisition Subcommittee of the Executive Compensation Committee of the American Bar Association Business Section

From 2000-2014 partnered with Lipton, Katz and Rosen corporate firms where he initially worked before establishing his law firm. Mr. Jeremy is an associate of New Leadership Council of Make- A Wish Foundation® of Metro New York. Besides, he is a member of the Professional Advisory Board of the NYU Journal.


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