Profession of Jeremy Goldstein

Jeremy Goldstein is an attorney who acquired his expertise in the field of law after furthering his studies in New York University School of Law, University of Chicago, Cornell University and The Pingry School. Jeremy started his career journey when he worked with large firms involved in different sectors such as banking, oil and petroleum mining and investments on the agenda of legal compensation. During his years in law practice, he had an opportunity to work at various corporations, for example, Bank of America, The Dow Chemical Company, SBC Communications Inc., and Phillips Petroleum Company. Goldstein became a partner at a leading law firm called Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz before he decided to start his own company known as Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates, LLC in June 2014.


Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates is a law firm with the role of giving committees mentorship on the issue of compensation during critical situations. Jeremy Associates has grown in the industry because of the founder’s experience in the field, and he has employed techniques such as reliable programs. Jeremy Goldstein encourages companies to include Earnings per Share (EPS) in the overall pay structure and business strategy as it affects the stock price and purchase. The stock price affects workers’ salary in a corporation. Jeremy Goldstein suggested that the pay per performance be long-term in order to avoid limitations in the EPS strategy as it provides a company with a platform for share growth. Learn more:


Not only does Jeremy have skills in the law industry but also in writing and leadership in the corporate world. Jeremy has been included in the Chambers USA Guide about American lawyers because of his exceptional writing in creating awareness on the compensation matters. Jeremy Goldstein is the current chairperson of the Mergers & Acquisition Subcommittee in the sector of compensation. Jeremy is a charitable person. Thus he is a member of the board of director of an organization that assists provide mentally disabled people with special treatment known as Fountain House. Jeremy Goldstein sits on the advisory board and hence he contributes to the NYU Journal of Law and Business.