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Jeremy Goldstein – A Renowned Lawyer in Executive Compensation

According to Madison County Courier news, New Yorkers have a new way to find a lawyer who can handle their legal issue. New York State Bar Association launched an online portal where individuals looking for lawyers can log in to get a lawyer they need.


The lawyers that can be sourced through this portal have been checked for qualification by New York State Bar Association. The online portal was developed by New York State Bar Association in collaboration with that have been providing market and referral management technology in the legal industry.


Lawyers sourced via this portal can provide legal services at a lower, and trusted cost. For over 39 years now, lawyers have been matched with individuals. They have a 24-hour online customer care. According to the chair of Lawyers State Bar Association, through this systems, lawyers can serve several clients. The New York State Bar Association is the biggest association in New York. It was founded in 1872 and currently has 72,000 members.


About Jeremy Goldstein

Jeremy Goldstein works at Jeremy Goldstein & Associates as a partner. This is a boutique law firm that advises senior management in corporate organizations. They deal in advising compensation committees, CEOs, corporate governance and other sensitive situations.


Previously, Jeremy Goldstein served at Wachtell, Lipton, Rozen, and Katz. Jeremy has been involved in so many other top positions in his career. Currently, Mr. Jeremy Goldstein serves as the chair Merges & Acquisition Subcommittee. He speaks on corporate governance and executive compensation.


Mr. Jeremy Goldstein is a renowned lawyer in executive compensation in the USA. Currently, He serves as a member of Journal of Law and business. He is also a member of the board of directors of Fountain House. Jeremy holds a first degree in Law. He also has a master from the University of Chicago. He has another degree from Cornel University.


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