Jeremy Goldstein on Legal Representation in New York State

The New York State Bar Association has developed a new Lawyer Referral and Information Service Portal. The service aims to provide people from New York with a new way to find a suitable lawyer for legal representation.

 

The portal launched by ILRIS will offer confidential services to people by helping them to acquire legal help. The lawyers allowed to provide legal counsel to people will have gone through a verification process. The verification process will involve confirmation of the lawyer’s credentials by the New York State Bar Association. The reviewing is meant to assure that people will be matched to the right legal representative.

 

The technology which was developed in partnership with legal.io will help to redefine legal service delivery. Lawyers will serve much more people at a lower cost. The online platform will work towards enhancing trust for all entities that seek to depend on the New York Law.

 

The staff at the State Bar will review the submitted questionnaire. You will then be matched with an outstanding lawyer who is near or within your locality. The first 30-minute consultation will cost the client $35. The consultation fee will not be charged if the consultation will revolve around social security, injury, medical malpractice, veterans and military law.After the initial consultation, you will then proceed to negotiate the representation fee with an attorney of your liking. The New York State Bar has the largest voluntary state association bar and boasts of a 72000 membership.

 

Jeremy Goldstein is an esteemed lawyer and partner of the well renowned Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC. He has previously worked as a partner with Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz Law firm.Jeremy L. Goldstein has worked for more than a decade now, in many significant corporate transactions such as the United Technologies’ acquisition of Goodrich. He chairs the Subcommittee of the Executive Compensation Committee of the American Bar Association Business section.

 

Jeremy Goldstein has written a lot in his field and speaks on many occasions on matters about executive compensation. He is a renowned executive compensation lawyer, and he is also a member of the Professional Advisory Board of NYU.

 

Jeremy Goldstein has researched on shareholder activism and compensation, and on the Corporate Governance about C.E.O Pay program. He has a J.D from the New York University School of Law, an M.s from the University of Chicago. He also attained a B.A cum laude from Cornell University with a distinction in all subjects.

 

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