Jeremy Goldstein: The Executive Compensation Barrister

Jeremy L. Goldstein is a partner advocate at Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, LLC. He operates in New York City. He is actively involved in the practice of executive compensation in firms that are undergoing the merging process and acquisitions of companies.

 

Jeremy started as an associate at Shearman and Sterling LLP in 1999. He is currently a board member of Fountain House, a fancy, nonprofit law firm. Having acquired a Juris Doctor in law at the New York University, Goldstein had amassed relevant knowledge in dealing with company mergers. Jeremy has been actively involved in corporate transactions including mergers and acquisition of companies, notably the Verizon Wireless and Goodrich Firms. He has also overseen deals at AT & T, Bank One, Duke Energy, and Merck.

 

Jeremy Goldstein has assisted companies in executive compensation procedures. Some of these processes involve stock options for company employees. Stock options are often issued as a benefit to employees to encourage exemplary performance to increase a firm’s overall profitability. Because corporations are held accountable for all payouts issued to staff, it becomes hard to account for remuneration in the event of plummeting stock value. Moreover, staff faces a possibility of option overhang. In such scenarios, Mr. Goldstein comes in very hand to offer advice on staff remuneration. With over fifteen years’ experience in business law, Jeremy is outstanding in his field of specialization and is a point of reference in the corporate world.

 

The famous “Knockout Clause” was advocated by Mr. Goldstein to assist firms to save on compensation plans for employees. The Knockout Option serves to protect staff from losing out in case there is a sudden drop in market value of shares. This option allows them to sell at a lower price instead of entirely losing out on the stock trade.

 

To learn more, visit http://officialjeremygoldstein.com/.

Kate Hudson’s winning Athleisure Brand, Fabletics

Fabletics was launched in 2013 by Kate Hudson and the company’s Co-CEOs Adam Goldenberg and Don Ressler. This was driven by them seeing a gap in the activewear marketplace, where a lot of luxury wear were, but there wasn’t any offering high quality and stylish wear at an affordable price point. Here, they create clothes which inspire people to stay active, even if that means chasing after kids, an Ironman or Ironwoman competition or sweating in the studio. They offer high-quality trendy designs at very affordable prices, which is where the encouragement begins. They live by the Mantra, ‘Live Your Passion’, where they foster a community of people who embrace it.

 

How Fabletics Works

They have two ways to checkout, that being a Guest where you go back whenever you feel ready or as a VIP where you shop for pun perks and exceptional savings. As a VIP, Fabletics offers a membership programme where a member saves extending to 50% off normal pricing and earns points on the way to complimentary loyalty pieces. The VIPs have a choice to shop each month or skip the month. In the case of skipping the month by 5th of the month, they don’t get charged. Failure to skip, the company charges 44 Euros on the 6th of the month until the customer cancels, which can be capitalized as a credit to save or spend.

 

How Reverse Showroom Technique Has Made Fabletics Successful

Reverse showroom game plan involves directing its goals on consumers who check-over online for stuff but buy them in brick-and-mortar stores. This method has made Fabletics members increase, bettered the relationships between them and the local markets and increased the loyalty of the brand. Fabletics has interspersed their local stores and website so seamlessly, that when a customer in a local store is trying clothes, the data is reserved in the website’s shopping cart thus leading to an addition of new members in the stores. However, Kate believes in the need for content marketing in brand building.

 

Kate Hudson’s Take on the Winning Athleisure Brand

Kate believes that as the company’s goal was to have the best products, it has taken a lot for them to get where they are. Communication being their priority, they also partner with their parent company, TechStyle Fashion Group which has helped to give energy to the growth. It is encouraged to log into Fabletics site, to take a quiz which about outfits that fits a customer well.

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