Jeremy Goldstein Is A Lawyer And Philanthropist With A Desire To Serve Humanity

Jeremy Goldstein has always felt that relationships and people are extremely important and is happy that they have been a large part of his life. Goldstein is a lawyer who has been serving clients for more than two decades. His main focus has been mergers and acquisitions, and he has been a part of some of the biggest deals in the last twenty years. When he noticed that compensation consulting firms were beginning to do their own thing, rather being a part of a larger organization, he made the move to startup his own law firm. Since then, he has been very picky about the cases he takes on because he ends up devoting a lot of his time to them.

 

Jeremy Goldstein has had his ups and downs during his career, but he has been able to bounce back by taking the time to learn from his obstacles. Over the years, he has developed many close friendships and other business relationships with the clients he serves. This has helped him to give them better advice as he has been able to better understand their specific needs. Goldstein sees his clients as real people and does not focus on the money he makes by represent them. His humanistic approach has allowed him to earn plenty of money and all of the clients he could ever need.

 

Jeremy Goldstein serves as a partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC. His law firm focuses on offering advice to CEOs, compensation committees, corporations, and leadership teams. Before building his firm, he served as a partner with a well-known firm located in New York. Goldstein was involved with the purchase of Goodrich by United Technologies Corporation, and he has also served as an adviser for the many other corporate transactions.

 

Jeremy Goldstein earned his Bachelor of Arts degree cum laude while studying at Cornell University. He received his Master of Arts degree at the University of Chicago and went on to receive his Juris Doctor while studying at New York University School of Law. Aside from being a lawyer, Goldstein serves the American Bar Association Business Section as its chair of the Mergers & Acquisition Subcommittee. He also works with the NYU Journal of Law and Business as a member of its Professional Advisory Board.

 

Jeremy Goldstein likes to spend some of his extra time working with charitable organizations and causes. He serves as a member of the board of directors for Fountain House, which is a charitable organization that supports women and men who suffer from mental illness. He recently organized a wine dinner for Fountain House, which helped to raise thousands of dollars. It is his hope that more people will join in the cause to help those who need it the most.

 

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