One of New York’s top corporate law authorities, lawyer Jeremy Goldstein represents some of the city’s elites. He practices at his boutique law office, JLG (Jeremy L. Goldstein) and Associates, where he’s a managing partner. His law firm predominantly focuses on representing corporations, management teams, CEOs, and compensation committees. As an advisor to these entities, JLG & Associates has extensive litigating experience in corporate governance and executive compensation disputes. In the branch of corporate governance, attorney Goldstein primarily mitigates sensitive issues and transformative events.
Jeremy Goldstein also functioned in a partnership capacity at a top New York law firm, before he established JLG Associates. He studied law at NYU (New York University), where he graduated with a doctoral degree. Mr. Goldstein also matriculated at Cornell University, where he earned his BA and an MA from University of Chicago. He’s known for representing and spearheading high-profile acquisitions for some prominent clients, including United Technologies acquiring American aerospace company, Goodrich. His litigating experience also extends to handling acquisition transactions for Goldman Sachs/Kinder Morgan, Duke/Progress Energy, Verizon Wireless/ALLTEL and more.
With his diverse legal acumen, he serves numerous advisory boards. He’s among the panel of directors, advising the charitable organization, Fountain House. He retains a similar position at NYU’s JLB (Journal of Law and Business), where he’s an elected board adviser. Jeremy Goldstein also serves the national ABA (American Bar Association), where he chairs the ECC’s (Executive Compensation Committee) subcommittee. This section specializes in M/A (mergers/acquisitions).
He’s a top-ranked executive compensation attorney, recognized by the global ranking directory, Legal 500. JLG partner, Jeremy Goldstein also maintains a ranking as a top Chambers USA legal talent. Besides his leadership roles, Mr. Goldstein continues to advance his experience in professional public speaking. He frequently contributes opinion pieces on executive compensation matters and corporate governance to popular legal journals.