Jeremy Goldstein is a New York-based attorney who helps corporations in the incredibly complex task of creating sustainable economic environments. He is also sought after just for legal advice concerning such matters. He particularly specializes in offering advice concerning the use of incentive-based programs like Earnings per Share. He considers EPS to be the very best incentive program. It is so influential that it is one of the biggest influencers of stock prices. It typically gives companies an incentive for increasing their payout per employee. Learn more: https://www.slideshare.net/JeremyGoldstein14/
However, some critics say corporations who have EPS have an unfair advantage over smaller corporation who can’t get it. They say that it usually leads to favoritism with those corporations who use it the clear favorites. In fact, they are so opposed to it because it encourages an allows for illegal skewing of metric results to heighten share sales. They also say that EPS is only really effective for short-term profitability and doesn’t really help with long-term growth. They also say the payout initiatives of EPS are woefully unreliable because they are ever changing.
While Goldstein is mostly in favor of full EPS adoption, he highly recommends a compromise between those for and against EPS. He suggests having a committee that makes sure the short-term goals of the employee payouts meet the company’s long-term growth plans.
Goldstein earned his J.D. from the New York University School of Law. He then worked at a large New York law firm for several years before starting his own practice known as Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates, LLC. He is so valued as an attorney that he was listed as a top selection for legal counsel by Legal 500 and the Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. It is an understatement to say that Goldstein is a very busy man. He wears many hats other than his legal one. He regularly contributes to the NYU journal, OAS. He is also a current member of the American Bar Association Business Section. He is the current chair of the Mergers and Acquisitions Committee of the Executive Compensation Committee.