Legal matters are inevitable, and you will always find yourself in a desperate situation that may require the intervention of a robust and intelligent lawyer. Finding one who can sufficiently and satisfactorily fight for your interests is always a hustle. Cognizant of this challenge and taking advantage of the vast and innovative digital world, most legal firms have found it crucial to extend their services to online platforms.
The New York State Bar Association in partnership with legal I.O. have developed an online platform to enable lawyers to deliver services to more people at an affordable price while at the same time creating a trusted and reliable business for customers relying on New York law all over the world.
An individual in need of legal assistance fills in a questionnaire on the website https://nysbalris.legal.io stating the kind of support they require and their geographical location. The state bar will then assess the application and refer the individual to an attorney who has an office nearby. The referrals are free, but the client pays $35 for the first thirty minutes of consultation.
Jeremy L. Goldstein is a partner at Jeremy L. Goldstein & Associates LLC, a boutique law firm providing legal advice on corporate governance and executive compensation. He holds a J.D. from University of New York law school, an M.S. from Chicago University and a B.A. (cum laude) from Cornell University. He is a professional advisor to NYU Journal of Law and Business. Jeremy is also part of the Leadership Council of ‘Make-A-Wish Foundation’, New York.
Jeremy has been involved in one of the biggest corporate transactions such as the acquisition of Goodrich by United Technologies. He chairs Mergers & Acquisition Subcommittee of the Executive Compensation Committee of the American Bar Association Business.
Jeremy is well versed on executive compensation and corporate governance and is the leading executive compensation advocate in Chambers USA Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers and the “legal 500”. He is a member of the board of directors of ‘fountain house’ that assists in recovery of individuals with mental illness.