Jeremy Goldstein recently provided recommendations about employee payments. The New York City lawyer discussed the value of earnings per share and other capability-based earnings. Earnings per share refer to the amount of a firm’s profit that is assigned to a stock. These earnings per share determine a company’s buying and selling potential and the pay they allot to employees. However, there is a down side to this as well. A system based on earnings per share may result in power hoarding by senior management, without corresponding growth in the company. Jeremy Goldstein has suggested that earning based on performance should be consistent with the goals of the firm. This will allow longstanding and continuous growth of an organization.
Mr Goldstein is the founder of Jeremy Goldstein and Associates LLC. The firm primarily deals with employee payment issues and customer advantages as well mergers and acquisitions. They are leaders in the field of investment law and have been providing legal help and advice to corporates for many years.
Jeremy Goldstein has worked with major law firms such as NYSE Group Inc, Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen and Katz and Daw company. His expertise in handling major dealing between companies is well-known. He has been part of many large banking transactions such as J. P. Morgan Chase and Co. and Bank One Corporation, Bank of America Corporation and FleetBoston Financial Corp, NYSE Group Inc. and Euronext, Sanofi-Synthelabo SA/Aventis SA and Bank of America Corporation and MBNA Corporation. He is a prominent member of the American Bar Association Business Section and heads their Mergers and Acquisitions Committee.
Jeremy Goldstein has been cited by the Legal 500 and Chambers USA Guide as a topmost lawyer. He is a noted author and has published widely in several magazines. He is a board member of the Journal of Law and Business of the New York University. He is frequently invited to speak at public forums. He usually talks and publishes on topics such as stock options, ability-based earnings and employee compensation. He is vocal about his opinions on company governance issues and provides suggestions on how firms can best run their organizations with a good balance of employee as well as stock benefits. He also has a humanitarian side and supports several charitable causes such as Fountain House and Make a Wish Foundation. Fountain House supports individuals suffering from mental disorders and aids their recovery.
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