Finding an attorney in New York has never been an easy task. That’s recently changed with the introduction of the New York Bar Association’s new online referral service. Potential clients simply visit and provide some basic information regarding the legal matter. It’s free and can be accessed anytime necessary. An expert matches the client to an attorney and will offer to set up a consultation. This is a much more efficient option for most people; as they simply don’t have unlimited time or money to find an attorney. Occasionally a small $35 fee is required to secure the appointment, which is much lower than the average.


Jeremy L. Goldstein and Associates, LLC., is s a firm that is dedicated to helping clients with corporate law issues. Specializing in a niche market of corporate governance and executive compensation; his firm is experienced to take on nearly any issue of this type, no matter what size. Jeremy Goldstein has not only worked with corporate giants, but he’s helped with mergers, acquisitions, and many other sensitive legal matters. His expertise has been sought out not only by corporations but also by Harvard University as a contributor to their business department publication. He has contributed to NYU’s Law Journal and spoken at events regarding executive wage issues.


Jeremy Goldstein is a graduate of both Cornell University and NYU. His academic record is among the best, earning honors at each level. Goldstein also serves as a director at a local charity dedicated to helping those with mental illness and has also served in a leadership role with the Make a Wish Foundation. Having such impressive credentials and even making time to serve his community are what differentiate him from the pack. His business and legal acumen aren’t only for huge corporations, they’re helping the community he serves as well.


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Gregory James Aziz cuts an imposing figure with a handsome, weathered face, piercing eyes, and striking silver hair swept back in a frame. Whether seen in a three-piece suit or with sleeves rolled up on his trademark white shirt, Greg Aziz embodies leadership. One look is all it takes to tell you that this is a man who knows who he is and where he is going.


Formerly from London, Ontario, he graduated in 1971 with a degree in economics from the University of Western Ontario. After graduation, he into the family business, a wholesale food distributor named Affiliated Foods. With his assistance Affiliated Foods grew quickly. Soon they were bringing in fresh foods from North and South America and even from Europe and had established distribution depots in the United States and Canada.

From food, Aziz moved on to investment banking. One of the deals he oversaw as a banker was the purchase of National Steel Car (NSC), a manufacturer of rail cars owned by steel giant ArcelorMittal Dofasco. Founded in 1912, NSC’s heyday was long past, and Gregory J. Aziz was determined to bring it back.

After arranging additional financing, Aziz increased engineering and manufacturing capacity from 3,500 rail cars a year at purchase, to over 12,500 cars in 2000, and increased employment from 500 employees to 3,000.

National Steel Car has held ISO 9001:2008 certification for 18 years and is the only rail car manufacturer to claim that honor.

Aziz credits the loyalty and commitment of his team members, he refuses to call them employees, for the continued success of NSC. Making sure that his people are also good neighbors, Aziz and his team members contribute generously to local charities and collect food for the poor at Christmas. He, along with his wife Irene, sponsor Canada’s major agricultural events, the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.


As the industry advances and changes, the research and innovation of NSC team members advances with it. Aziz believes that the keys to success are dedication, innovation, and offering your customers solutions to their problems. Using those keys, Gregory James Aziz, the Chairman, President & CEO of National Steel Car, has built it into one of the world’s premier manufacturers.