Corporate Counsel Jeremy Goldstein Joins the Lawyer Referral and Information Service Bandwagon

Jeremy Goldstein, well-known corporate counsel and partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, offers his services through the much-discussed Lawyer Referral and Information Service or LRIS. It was the New York Bar Association who recently launched LRIS, an online portal https://nysbalris.legal.io/, to provide 24 × 7 legal assistance to the people in New York State. It also has an LRIS telephone services, and the new service is expected to provide legal advice at lower costs. The Bar Association collaborated with the online technology service provider, Legal.io, to create the highly useful platform.

 

 

While accessing the web portal, an individual would have an option to fill the confidential form which asks details about the legal issues and their location. A Bar Association executive would look into the issue and forward it to an attorney office which in or near to the individual’s place. There are 17 counties which have locally running attorney referral service, and if the person falls in any of these counties, the Bar Association just forwards the issue to the particular local bar association. While the referrals are free, if the individual wants to meet the attorney in person, there is a nominal fee of $35 for the first 30 minutes. Later, the individual can continue with the attorney or depend on someone else of their choice within the attorney’s standard fees.

 

 

Jeremy Goldstein has almost two decades of experience in providing services in various corporate affairs including compensation committees and compensation plan structure for management teams including CEOs. He started his career with Shearman & Sterling LLP as its Associate. Later, Jeremy Goldstein worked with Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz as Partner.

 

 

Jeremy Goldstein completed his graduation in Art History from Cornell University and continued his Masters in the same subject at The University of Chicago. He secured his Juris Doctor from New York University School of Law.

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