Jeremy L. Goldstein Brings Benefits and Experience To The Work Place

Jeremy L. Goldstein is a member of the New York Bar Association and has been practicing law in the greater New York City corporate world since the start of the 21st century. What sets Jeremy L. Goldstein apart from his colleagues is that he strongly encourages ethics to be upheld in the work place when it comes to making barrier option plans available to employees.

 

In terms of education, Goldstein received his B.A. from Cornell University, and his M.A. with concentration in Art History from the University of Chicago in the mid 1990s. He then went on to pursue law school at New York University graduating in 1999. Shortly thereafter, Jeremy L. Goldstein developed his practice, and became partner with the law firm, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen and Katz in New York. It was at this firm that he formulated a respectable reputation with fairly sizable companies in the corporate world. Jeremy L. Goldstein’s focus areas were benefits and executive compensation.

 

In the recent past, Goldstein became the co-founder of Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates LLC. This is a New York City-based law boutique serving management and CEOs of the corporate world in the area of barrier option plans and executive compensation providing legal advice in areas of corporate governance.

 

A strong barrier option program plan supported by Goldstein and Associates, is Stock options, or what is termed “knock-out options.” Advantages include employees are motivated to help company development; employees are motivated to ensure the stock option does not fall below the forfeiture value; employees understand the nature of stock options; knock-out options may have a few days to rebound should they dip below the forfeiture value before being canceled.

 

Jeremy L. Goldstein strongly recommends company officials communicate with their auditors if they are considering offering barrier option plans to their workforce. Moreover, an option plan has a fixed time, and there should be some down-time between the ending of one plan and the start of the next plan.

 

Visit www.officialjeremygoldstein.com to learn more.

 

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