Jeremy Goldstein is Transforming the Delivery of Legal Services in New York
Following the launch of a new online portfolio that allow individuals to hire lawyers that suit their needs, New Yorkers can now enjoy high-quality legal services. The New York State Bar Association launched this unique online portfolio to eradicate the stress associated with hiring a legal representative. The referral program is called Lawyer Referral and Information Service (LRIS).
Individuals interested in using the referral service can visit the Associations website anytime. They can also utilize the LRIS telephone services. According to Clair Gutekunst, the president of State Bar, the lawyers listed on the online portfolio are highly experienced and trained. Thus, clients are assured of hiring the right lawyers for their cases. The State Bar collaborated with a leading vendor of referral management technology known as Legal.io to create and implement the leading-edge technology. Through the referral program, qualified lawyers can deliver their legal services to a large pool of loyal clients at a cost-effective rate. The LRIS has been in place for nearly four decades.
Who is Jeremy Goldstein?
Jeremy Goldstein serves as a senior partner at the globally renowned Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates, a premier law company that advises management teams, executive boards, CEOs, corporations, and compensation committees on corporate governance and managerial compensation matters. Before forming his law firm, Goldstein used to work for the Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz Law Firm as a partner. He enrolled at the New York University School of Law and obtained his J.D. Later on, he joined the University of Chicago and received his B.A. degree with honors.
Goldstein has overseen many high-profile corporate transactions in the last one decade, such as the Duke Energy/ Progress Energy, Goodrich acquisition, and Verizon Wireless/ALLTEL Corporation. He is an accomplished public speaker and author. He has spoken and written extensively on the issues of executive compensation and corporate governance for decades.