Jeremy L. Goldstein – The Attorney with a Golden Heart

Jeremy L. Goldstein is the founder of Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC. This is a boutique firm that has dedicated itself to giving advisory opinions to committees and corporate institutions that are pursuing compensations for damages that might have been incurred. Before Jeremy founded his own company, he was working with different firms in the United States as a partner and consultant.

 

In the past decade, Jeremy L. Goldstein has been involved in some quite lucrative deals in the corporate sector. Some of these deals include the purchase of Goodrich by US technology giant, United technologies amongst other mega deals.

 

He also has been involved in some other community welfare activities such as the Foundation House Fall Fete. The event is always aimed at introducing young professionals to the foundation’s activities. This foundation is keen on the fighting stigma that is always associated with mental illness.

 

The foundation held their 5th annual conference in 2012. It was chaired by Jeremy L. Goldstein amongst other dignitaries. The event was also sponsored by Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc. it is during this launch that Jeremy L. Goldstein initiated the scholarship fund. There was also a consensus that each year, the foundation would send at least 2 members of their foundation to proceed with their education if it had been interrupted by some medical illness.

 

There were also several confessions by some members of the fountain like Mario Maccioni, the LC foundation vice president. He talked about depression and how it took a toll on him. He recounted that the mental illness was one of the most difficult times in his life.

 

About 23 million people in the United States are affected by this stigma each year. This stigma has so many effects such that it ends up debilitating the condition of the patient further.

Jeremy L. Goldstein’s Foundation House model has since been instituted in over 400 locations and in about 30 countries. It serves over 55,000 mental illness patients worldwide.

 

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