Jeremy Goldstein Hosts an Impressive Wine Dinner

Jeremy Goldstein sits on the board of directors of Fountain House, an organization dedicated to the recovery of mental illness amongst men and women, since 2010. He graduated with a J.D. degree from New York University School of Law. Jeremy also has an M.A. from the University of Chicago, and a B.A. cum laude and with a distinction from Cornell University. Goldstein owns and runs his firm, Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC. The firm addresses issues in matters relating to corporate governance and compensation. He was previously a partner in a large law firm in New York.

 

Jeremy Goldstein is actively involved in some of the most significant corporate transactions in the US. Some of them include the J.P Morgan Chase & Co. / Bank One Corporation, Goldman Sachs/Kinder Morgan, Inc, and Chevron Texaco Corporation. Jeremy Goldstein is also the chair of the mergers & acquisition subcommittee of the executive committee of the American Bar Association Business Section. He is also a writer on issues of compensation and corporate governance. Mr. Goldstein is listed as a leading executive lawyer among the Legal 500 and in the Chambers USA Guide to America’s prominent lawyers for Business.

 

Jeremy Goldstein, together with Omar Khan and Jim Finkel hosted guests to a beautiful evening of fine dining. The dinner consisted of a sumptuous array of meals and some of the finest wines. The Fountain House supported the dinner. The organization has been at the forefront in the treatment of mental illness since its inception in 1944. As part of the recovery program, the organization gives its patients a platform to live and work, while using their talents actively through a group of mutual support.

 

The fundraising dinner, one of New York’s fundraisers of the year, was held on May 22, 2018, on the Nomad Hotel Roofdeck in New York City. A ticket cost $3,700, and 100% of the proceeds were channeled to the support of the Fountain House. Besides the tasty food in the lavish dinner, there was an impressive collection of Chateau Latour Wines vintages mostly from 1929 to 1988.

 

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