If you are in New York and you are looking for a competent lawyer who can handle your cases, it is so comfortable with the new online portal that was launched by The New York State Bar Association’s trusted Lawyer Referral and Information Service. On this portal, lawyers are available throughout, and if you prefer to use the telephone service, you will still be served. The portal is very confidential, and it ensures that your personal issues are protected with a lot of integrity. All the lawyers listed on the portal have the required legal qualification to handle all criminal cases, child custody matters, writing a will, and if you have a landlord-tenant issue, they will assist you with the burden of the law. For a legal practitioner to get listed, their credentials are vetted by the New York State Bar Association, which is headed by Claire P. Gutekunst.
The technology was developed by two entities, the New York State Bar Association in partnership with Legal.io, which is a leading service provider of marketplace and referral management technology for the legal practitioners. The business came in the best time because finding a lawyer has been redefined. Lawyers on the portal can now serve a large number of people at an affordable cost. The online platform is user-friendly as the person seeking the lawyer goes to the website and fills a questionnaire explaining their legal problem and where they are. On receiving the survey, the State Bar goes through it and then connects the person to a lawyer who is in the same location. If the individual in need of an attorney lives in one of the 17 counties with a lawyer run referral service, the State Bar sends the request to the best county bar association. For thirty minutes consultation, an individual pays 35 dollars. For addition services, the lawyer and his client agree on the charges because different cases have varying costs.
One of the leading attorney that one can find on the portal is Jeremy Goldstein. He is a partner at the Jeremy Goldstein & Associates, a firm that mostly gives advice to compensation committees on the best practices that involve compensation law. Before starting his company, he was working a partner at watchtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz law firm. He had collaborated with some of the leading companies among them united technologies he offered them legal advice when they were acquiring Goodrich.
Jeremy Goldstein has worked with some of the leading CEOs advising them on transformative corporate events. Jeremy Goldstein is currently the chairperson of the Mergers and Acquisitions Subcommittee of the Executive Compensation Committee of the American Bar Association branch. Jeremy Goldstein has written many journals on corporate governance compensation issues. He gives back to the society by advocating for the right of the mentally challenged people.
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