In a recent article for Law Blog for the Average Joe, Jeremy Goldstein outlined the pros and cons of no longer offering stock options to employees as an employment benefit or perk. Jeremy goes on to warn that this is not the best of options as it is something that could due to an uncertain economic market, be rendered as worthless to the employees. He does suggest that knockout options could be beneficial in allowing the shareholders and employees a better chance to see a value in the stock options. Goldstein ends the article by asking businesses to consider six month waiting periods for stock options in order to protect the integrity of the value of the company’s stock.
Jeremy Goldstein has been practicing law for over 15 years and is an expert at offering business advice. Jeremy graduated from the New York Law School in 1999 after which he went on to work for Shearman & Sterling LLP and Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz until starting his own practice 2014. Goldstein’s academic achievements include a bachelor of the arts from Cornell University and a masters degree in the arts from the University of Chicago. In addition to running a busy practice, Jeremy concentrates on philanthropic efforts support such charities as Fountain House, the world’s leading model for mental health treatment for people living with serious mental illness. He also represents those who are in need a legal help that is not within the normal scope of his usual corporate advisory, including those most vulnerable who are assisted by Fountain House.
Anyone, from any walk of life who is in need of legal advice, should contact Mr. Goldstein at 917.596.2955 or firstname.lastname@example.org