Legal Profession

Learn about Glen Wakeman in 3 minutes

by JimHanson82 .

Glen Wakeman is a successful executive and investor mentor, a small business owner, financial services manager, public company CEO, and board member. He has a 21-year experience in management at GE in P&L and business development roles.

Passion

He is passionate about growing businesses through improving company agility and performance and by using a proven methodology that enhances and assesses five key dimensions of performance; human capital, leadership, risk management, execution, and governance.
Glen Wakeman is currently the
founder and CEO of LaunchPad that has a fully automated software service that helps new entrepreneurs organize their ideas into plans that can work. The company has broad and massive tips and suggestions that will guide start-ups as they start. It is supported by a large number of capital ventures and mentors.

Before this, Glen was the founder and president of Nova 4, a business accelerator that provides access to funders and strategic advice to developing companies. He is still acting as the CEO of coaching and board duties as a way of sustaining the developments.

Awards 

Glen has received several locals, national, and international awards for his exceptional leadership and his passion and dedication to the corporate world.

Education

Glen attended the University of Chicago where he received his MBA. For his BS in economics and finance, he participated in the University of Scranton.

Role of GE Capital

Glen spent 20 years in successful complex roles in leadership in business development, general management, and operations management. In his last position as the CEO of GE Money Latin America, he grew a nine-country operation from a startup that exceeded $12B in assets and more than 17000 workers.

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Corporate’s Legal Shadow since 2000, Jeremy L. Goldstein

by JimHanson82 .

The Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS) along with Legal.io have launched a new website to help people find legal representation with out the intimidating hassle of actually going into a lawyers office not knowing if they will be able to fit your legal needs. This new site is available 24-hours a day under full confidentiality. Using this site allows for a low hassle way to find quality legal help that has been verified by the New York State Bar Association. The new site is, https://nysbalris.legal.io.

To find legal help through this method is quite simple three or four step process, depending if they live around another Bar Association. After entering the site they will need to fill in detailed information about your current address and legal issues. Once your personal information is submitted the New York State Bar Association will match them with the best fit lawyers in their area. The actual process of being matched with a lawyer is free, the only fees are a 35-dollar fee for the first meeting with the lawyer, and any fees that the lawyer and them agree upon for the actual legal services. If proffered, the L.R.I.S. phone service is still available.

Jeremy L. Goldstein, a partner of Jeremy L. Goldstein and associates LLC., started his education at the Pingry School of New Jersey. Upon finishing his elementary studies he moved on too obtain a Bachelor of Arts in art history, from Cornell University. Jeremy Goldstein about a year later got his Masters of arts in arts history, at the University of Chicago. Finally in 1999 from the New York University of Law Goldstein received his Juris Doctorate in law.

Jeremy worked with Shearman and Sterling as an associate and as partner with Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen, and Katz until 2014. Now as partner with his current law firm he specializes in corporate law and corporate governance, private equity and employment law.

 

Check out http://officialjeremygoldstein.com/ for more information.