Jeremy Goldstein has a prestigious career as a lawyer in the corporate world. His expertise is in mergers and acquisitions. His eclectic talents have led him to have a successful career. Goldstein is able to help charities by being both a board member and a mentor while still working full time in running his practice. In the largest acquisition in these modern times, the attorney Goldstein was the leading counsel that attest to how good he is. He took part in the At&t acquisition of Time Warner. Jeremy Goldstein’s biggest accomplishment was in being part of several acquisitions in the interest of JP Morgan Chase. Major corporations want to work with Goldstein because of his specialty in acquisitions. His experience is vast and includes commercial banking, managerial governance, and corporate finance. This makes him very valuable as an attorney, and it saves companies the time of having to hire lawyers from many different specialties. Goldstein has become a master in making sure that very complex contracts are valid and legally sound. Goldstein is also an asset to the client for negotiating terms that are beneficial to his client or reject terms that are not in his client’s best interest. Goldstein has and still makes sure that his clients can promptly reach deals that are workable. He has his clients agree to the deals quickly to avoid an acquisition being sidelined by corporate leaders who will tend to focus on other things that are not in the best interest of the client. Goldstein is valued and he is effective. He has helped his clients reach deals faster to prevent any future losses and that negotiations go well.
Jeremy Goldstein was a partner in a law firm in New York before he started his own firm. He is a partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates LLC. The focus in the firm is CEOs, management teams advising compensation committees, corporate governance, and executive matters. Goldstein has been involved in a substantial amount of corporate transactions. One acquisition included Goodrich by United Technologies. The other acquisitions include: Duke Energy/Progress Energy; Sanofi-Aventis/Genzyme; Merck / Schering Plough Corporation; The Dow Chemical Company/Rohm and Haas Company; Goldman Sachs et al./Kinder Morgan, Inc.; Verizon Wireless/ALLTEL Corporation; Goldman Sachs and TPG/ALLTEL Corporation; NYSE Group Inc./Euronext; Bank of America Corporation/MBNA Corporation; SBC Communications Inc./AT&T Corp.; Chevron Texaco Corporation/Unocal Corporation; Kmart Holding Corporation/Sears, Roebuck and Co.; Sanofi-Synthelabo SA/Aventis SA; Cingular Wireless Corporation/AT&T Wireless Services, Inc.; J.P. Morgan Chase & Co./Bank One Corporation; Bank of America Corporation/FleetBoston Financial Corp.; South African Breweries plc/Miller Brewing Company; and Phillips Petroleum Company/Conoco Inc. He is the chair of the Mergers and Acquisitions Subcommittee of the Executive Compensation Committee of The American Bar Association Business Section. Goldstein speaks and writes about executive compensation issues and corporate governance. The Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business and The Legal 500 listed him as a leading executive compensation lawyer.