Although Jeremy Goldstein is not a household name, among high-level lawyers throughout the country, he is well known as one of the most prestigious mergers and acquisitions attorneys in the United States today. After having graduated from law school with a Juris Doctor in law from New York University, Goldstein was quickly hired on by one of the most well-known law firms in the country. Learn more about Jeremy Goldstein: http://jlgassociates.com/ and http://officialjeremygoldstein.com/
Working as a junior partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen and Katz, he was able to participate in some of the largest and most impactful mergers, acquisitions and corporate takeovers in the history of the United States. These included the Kmart acquisition of Sears Roebuck, the Verizon merger with Alltel and the Phillips Petroleum acquisition of Conoco. Read more: Jeremy Goldstein | Slideshare and Jeremy Goldstein – Twitter
But after working with Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen and Katz for the better part of 20 years, Goldstein decided that he was growing tired of working with the largest corporations in the world.
Although his services were greatly appreciated, and he was able to become very financially successful, Goldstein wanted to help small business owners to navigate the same tricky decisions that he was able to provide counsel on to some of the largest companies in America.
Goldstein quickly realized that there was a huge market for advising small businesses on how to properly structure their executive compensation packages. The same problems that Goldstein saw again and again working on multibillion-dollar mergers and acquisitions were being repeated at the level of small business.
There, Goldstein quickly realized that very few small business owners had access to the same kind of high-level legal advice that was so common for all major corporations.
This was the impetus behind Goldstein’s founding his own law firm. Called Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates, the firm specializes in providing executive compensation advice too small and medium businesses.
Goldstein also recently enlisted in the Lawyer Referral and Information System, a system put together by the New York State Bar Association in order to help New York residents find the most appropriate lawyer for their location and their case type.
With this new listing, Goldstein is now able to be seen by almost every small business person in the state of New York, helping to grow his fledging law firm quickly and effectively.
Goldstein says that with the right advice, no small business owner has to go through the terrible pitfalls that can beset those who do not properly structure their executive compensation packages.