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Attorney with 3-5 years (or more) of workers compensation experience.
The attorney would be handed about 150+ cases to handle, and would have a base salary of $85,000 plus 10% of the net profit to the firm from any case they settle.
There are no other benefits, i.e., no medical, health, 401k, etc. read more
Pasadena-based firm seeking litigation attorney with employment law experience representing employers. Candidate should have a minimum of six years of relevant experience. Position requires excellent analytical and drafting skills. Candidates will have a strong academic background from a top law school. Congenial environment with reasonable billable hour expectations. Please submit you resume with compensation requirements by clicking "Apply Now". read more
Industry leading probate and trust litigation firm is looking for an attorney with experience in probate / trust law. The ideal candidate will have familiarity with the probate code and probate court procedure. Strong legal research and writing a must. Prior deposition, mediation and trial skills a plus. Compensation package includes 401K and annual bonuses.
Job Type: Full-time read more
Los Angeles office seeks real estate associate with 4-6 years of solid experience in one or more of the following areas: senior mortgage/mezzanine debt, joint-venture equity work and/or acquisitions and dispositions. Senior candidates with significant debt experience will be considered.
Los Angeles office seeks litigation attorney preferably having 2-5 years of experience. The candidate will work on a variety of projects in connection with challenging litigation matters, including strategizing with partners and clients, negotiating with opposing counsel, drafting and arguing motions, and taking and defending depositions.