Jeremy Goldstein recommends maintaining good shareholder relations at all costs

Jeremy Goldstein is one of the most well-regarded merger, acquisition and corporate-takeover attorneys in the United States today. He has also specialized in executive compensation, helping corporations from coast to coast to understand the ways in which executive compensation should be crafted in order to minimize the potential for hostile actions on the part of outside suitors.

But after a career spanning more than 15 years with famous law firm Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen and Katz, Goldstein has finally decided to step away from the world of big corporate law. Learn more about Jeremy Goldstein: http://jlgassociates.com/ and https://www.americanconference.com/executive-compensation-836l17-nyc/speakers/jeremy-goldstein/

Although he leaves at the height of his career, while still making millions of dollars per year and taking some of the most important cases in the country, Goldstein has come to the decision that he is no longer creating utility for himself nor putting his skills to the best use, at least in terms of helping other people.

For this reason, Goldstein has decided to found his own private practice. In doing so, he has recently added Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates, his new firm, to the Lawyer Referral and Information System, an important resource for New York residents in finding lawyers that are appropriate for their case and location.

Goldstein is hoping to put his extensive experience dealing with some of the most complex and important corporate deals of the last 20 years to use on behalf of small business owners.

Having worked on such deals as the Kmart acquisition of Sears Roebuck, the Verizon merger with Alltel and the Phillips Petroleum acquisition of Conoco, Goldstein has some of the most impressive credentials of any corporate attorney in the United States today.

But, he says, many small-business owners simply do not have the funds necessary to ensure that they are getting top-flight legal advice when it comes to crafting their own legal documents.

This leaves many small business owners in a state of serious vulnerability, open to hostile actions from outside shareholder activists, who can sniff out any mistake and pounce on it like a jackal.

As a result, Goldstein is offering his services at rates competitive with normal retail trial lawyers.

Although he’s taking an enormous cut in his pay, he says that he is extremely excited about beginning his new practice, and he is hoping to put his skills to use in genuinely helping mom-and-pop business owners across the state.