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Director, Employment Law
Duties: Work on the Legal team as a member of a the Employment Law group working directly with business stakeholders and HR to develop, implement, and monitor policies and practices to promote compliance and mitigate legal exposure, while effectively managing claims. Will work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues, facilitating a coordinated team approach to providing employment law legal services including: advice and c...
The candidates must have demonstrated ability to generate new business and a partial, portable book of business. Will work in these areas of practice: Employment Law Litigation and Advice/Counsel. Must be an experienced lateral with a portable book of business.
The candidate will advise and counsel management, labor relations and human resources professionals regarding personnel and wage and hour issues arising in various areas of the business, including Supply and Distribution, Information Technology and Retail. Conduct and direct internal investigations regarding employment-related matters, including harassment and discrimination complaints. Develop and deliver training to loss prevention, human resources and oth...
Labor and Employment Law Attorney - Counseling
The candidate will focus on preventative counseling, legal compliance, and management training. Also, will provide support in state and federal court litigation, state and federal administrative agency proceedings, and labor arbitrations.
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Labor and Employment Attorney
The candidate should have 1-3 years of experience with an interest to practice labor and employment law on behalf of school districts. Admission to California State Bar is required. Prior education/public agency and/or administrative hearing experience is desired.
Labor & Employment Associate
The candidate should preferably have 5-8 years of experience, employment and/or labor law experience. Must possess excellent academic credentials and experience should include significant litigation experience. Licensed to practice law in California.
Employment Litigation Associate
The candidate should have 7-10 years' experience. Must be licensed to practice in California. Should have well-developed oral and written communication skills.
Senior Employment Law Attorney
The candidate should preferably have 7+ years of management-side experience in all aspects of employment litigation including wage and hour and PAGA litigation and harassment, discrimination, and retaliation issues. Should also have significant experience drafting employment contracts and management policies, as well as advising employers on risk management, executive compensation, and trade secret protection issues. Must be an active member ...
The candidate will be part of a team which provides counsel and advice to eligible clients primarily in the areas of housing, family law/domestic violence, consumer and public benefits, and the transition from welfare to employment. Extended representation to eligible clients within the areas of housing, family law/domestic violence, consumer and public benefits will be available.