If you are seeking a lawyer to help you address legal issues such as criminal cases and child custody matters in New York, the Lawyer Referral and Information Service makes it easy for you. LRIS has started a new online portal for persons searching for lawyers to help them protect their rights and interests. In addition to the online portal, you can also use telephone service to reach the LRIS at any time of the day.
According to State Bar President, Claire P. Gutekunst, the platform provides a low-pressure approach for people to find lawyers in times of need. He said that clients can now be confident that they will be matched with an excellent attorney that befits their needs. Tony Lai, the CEO of Legal.io, further accentuated that lawyers will now be able to reach a huge number of clients at a relatively low cost.
When seeking an attorney through the LRIS online service, you only need to visit their website and fill out a confidential questionnaire. Next, a State Bar staff will review the questionnaire and match you with a lawyer that best suits your needs or forward the case to the appropriate County Bar Association. After that, you will have an opportunity to discuss the specifics of your case with the lawyer and decide to hire or fire him or her.
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Jeremy Goldstein is Founder of Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, LLC. The law firm is committed to giving legal advice to CEOs, compensation committees, managerial teams, and corporations in executive compensation. It also helps in addressing company governance matters and issues that come up during transformative corporate events and similar complex circumstances.
Before starting his firm, Goldstein was one of the respected lawyers at the Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz law firm. Over ten years ago, Jeremy Goldstein has been active in many of the largest company transactions such as during the possession of Goodrich by United Technologies. He has also helped firms like Sanofi- Aventis, Merck/Schering-Plough Corporation, Goldman Sachs and TPG/ALLTEL Corporation.
At the American Bar Association, Jeremy is the Chairman of Mergers & Acquisition Sub-committee of the Executive Compensation. Besides, he is an associate at Make-A-Wish Foundation, a Director of Fountain House, and committee member of the Professional Advisory Board of the NYU Journal of Law and Business.
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