Looking for a lawyer to handle a custody case, a criminal matter, help with landlord tenant problem, and writing of will, child custody case or any other legal issue? New Yorkers can now access a convenient way to these services in their local community from experienced lawyers to handle their legal matters.
The Lawyer Referral and Information Service under the New York State Bar Association recently launched a new online portal for groups and individuals looking for legal counsel. The service is confidential and operates 24 hours a day and also available on telephone service to all its clients. The association developed the online technology in partnership with a referral management technology provider in the legal industry.
Lawyers can scale their delivery of legal services to a vast number of people at a lower cost, and to create the go-to online site for businesses and consumers seeking the services of New York Law with attorneys in good legal standing whose credentials have been reviewed by the New York Bar Association.
The New York Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral and Information Service has been linking up attorneys to aggrieved clients for the last 35 years. The carefully screened clients, with the new online technology, will help the attorneys serve their clients better and even, help in the growth of the lawyer’s practice. One of the attorneys is Jeremy Goldstein.
Jeremy Goldstein is a partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC, a wholesome law firm dedicated to advising compensation committees, management teams and corporations in executive compensation issues, CEOs, particularly on matters of corporate transformation events and sensitive matters. He has a J.D from New York University School of LAW, and an M.S from the University of Chicago. Also, he attained a B.A. cum laude and with distinction in all subjects from Cornell University. Mr. Goldstein has also been actively involved in among the largest corporate transactions in the past ten years.
His skills include Security regulations, legal research, corporate law, employment law, restructuring, legal research, legal advice, venture capital, private equity, executive pay, merger &acquisition, employment contracts and mergers.
Jeremy Goldstein is the chairman of the Mergers & Acquisition Subcommittee of the Executive Compensation Committee of the American Bar Association Business Section. Goldstein is an accomplished author and speaker on executive compensation issues and corporate governance. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Fountain House, a charity dedicated to women and men with mental illness.
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