Jeremy Goldstein: Providing unmatched Corporate Legal Help

The Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS) of the New York State Bar Association recently launched an online portal for those seeking a lawyer. This service, which is confidential, is available 24/7 at https://nysbalris.legal.io.

 

How the Portal Works

 

 

  • Individual visits the website and describes location/issue through a confidential questionnaire.
  • State Bar staff review your questionnaire and match with suitable nearby attorney.
  • If individual is living in one of 17 counties having a lawyer referral service run locally, State Bar forwards request to the most suitable county bar association.
  • Referrals are not charged and in case an individual consults the referred attorney, a fee of $35 is set for the first 30-minutes. Exceptions can be made for matters involving social security, personal injury, veterans & military law, medical malpractice, worker or unemployment compensation.

 

Individuals and corporations seeking professional legal services can have confidence that they will get matched with professionals of excellent legal standing with their credentials having been certified by the respected New York State Bar Association.One fine lawyer found on this online portal is Jeremy Goldstein.

 

About Jeremy L. Goldstein

 

Jeremy is one of the partners at the Jeremy Goldstein & Associates, LLC. The law firm provides legal and professional services to management teams, CEOs, compensation committees, and corporations on matters related to corporate governance and executive compensation. Over the last 10 years, Mr. Goldstein has been deeply involved in lots of big corporate transactions.

 

Too many companies are today in a struggle determining how, when, and whether their own corporate directors ought to be involved with shareholders on issues dealing with executive compensation. This is an area where the Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC firm can be of great help. Mr. Goldstein chairs the Subcommittee on Mergers & Acquisition of the Business Section of the American Bar Association.