Recently, Jeremy Goldstein, legal counsel and advocate, provided expert opinion on employee incentive programs and the best way to use these performance linked initiatives. The NYC Enquirer further reports that Jeremy Goldstein talked about earnings per share (EPS) in particular, discussing the best way to use this incentive program. EPS represents the amount of a firm’s earnings is designated to a share and directly impacts the level of incentives provided to jobholders by a company. Jeremy Goldstein, using his considerable judgement in these matters, prescribes a compromise between the benefits and drawbacks of EPS. He suggests employer accountability related to EPS and establishing that it reflects a company’s future goals.
Jeremy Goldstein is an accomplished attorney working at the law firm he founded. Mr Goldstein has been working as a partner in this firm since 2014. Previously, he has worked as a partner at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen and Katz between the years 2000 to 2014. He also has experience as an attorney from 1999 -2000, at Shearman and Sterling, before this.
Jeremy Goldstein attained his Juris Doctor from the School of Law at New York University between the years 1996 -99. He also completed his masters from Chicago University and graduated with a B.A. (cum laude) from Cornell University. The competence in legal matters of Jeremy Goldstein has been acknowledged by the Legal 500 and Chambers USA Guide which mentions him as one of the preeminent lawyers today. He is also a prolific author, and has publications in several prominent law journals such as the New York University Journal of Law and Business. Jeremy Goldstein also occupies the distinguished position of chairperson of the Mergers and Acquisitions Committee. He is also an associate of the American Bar Association Business Section.
Jeremy Goldstein has significant experience in law related to financial compensation of executives as well as shareholder driven pay compensation to employees. He is a well-known speaker in this field. He has also published his opinions on shareholder advocacy as a reason for firms to sit up and take notice of possible activism against them. He further suggests that firms must develop a well-rounded employee incentive initiative throughout the year. They must also consider revising the program as required.
Jeremy Goldstein has a philanthropic side as well and contributes to Fountain House. This charitable foundation serves persons with mental disorders and assists their recovery. He is a person with many facets to his personality and a strong voice on legal issues of importance to business firms and their employees.
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