Many people in New York often have trouble finding the right lawyer to settle their legal matter. The New York State Bar Association and the trusted Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS) has made it easier for New Yorkers who need a lawyer to handle any legal issue crisis. The lawyers available can handle any criminal case, personal case, landlord dispute, or even help with writing your last will and testament.
The New York State Bar Association and its Lawyer Referral and Information Service recently created a new online service for those seeking legal help. The New York State Bar Association operates this service 24 hours a day and is completely confidential. However, those who wish to to use the LRIS telephone service can continue to do so. The Lawyer Referral and Information Service is eases the stress way to get legal assistance. The New York State Bar Association has properly vetted and approved the lawyers made available through this service and ensures they are in proper legal standing.
The New York State Bar Association created this service with support from Legal.io, which is a leading provider of referral management technology for those in the legal field. This new online service allows lawyers to offer their services to a wider range of people and offering their services at a much lower cost, which makes it the most trusted service for those who rely on New York’s laws.
Jeremy Goldstein is currently leading partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates. Prior to starting his own firm he was partner at the firm Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz. Goldstein. Jeremy Goldstein has been key in many of the nation’s top corporate transactions of the last decade.
Jeremy Goldstein recently became the chair of the Mergers & Acquisition Subcommittee of the Executive Compensation Committee of the American Bar Association Business Section. He is one of the top experts on corporate governance and executive compensation and spoken at length on these topics for various media outlets.
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