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Employment Litigation Associate Attorney
The candidate must have 2-4 years of pqe. Work is a mix of employment work including employment litigation defense and restrictive covenant work. Should have experience in Employment Law or high level Commercial Litigation at a big firm, or prominent boutique firm, as well as top academics. Law review a plus.
Wage and Hour Class Action Attorney
The candidate will manage a full caseload, including taking and defending depositions across the country, interviewing witnesses, extensive drafting, actively managing junior attorneys and trial work. Must have 15+ years’ employment experience, ideally management side. Must have extensive experience representing clients on FLSA Wage and Hour matters.
The ideal candidate should have 3-5 years of experience in commercial and employment litigation and experience with depositions and motion practice matters. Must be licensed to practice in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Some trial experience is a plus. Strong research and organizational skills, attention to detail and the ability to multi-task are required. Some occasional overtime work as required.
Employment Litigation Associate
The candidate should have 7-10 years of litigation and employment experience representing employers and businesses before the NLRB, EEOC, federal and state courts, and other administrative agencies. Types of cases will include to wage and hour and employee classification matters. Trial experience is preferred.
Adjunct Faculty - Paralegal Certificate
The candidate will teach in the Paralegal Certificate program with the College of Professional Studies. Will teach specific courses in the area of Employment Law. Conduct in a professional manner all class hours as assigned by the course schedule and academic calendar. Create correct, professional syllabi that meet Faculty Syllabus Checklist requirements. Prepare and submit accurate and precise attendance rosters, student grades, boo...
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Seeking a Labor and Employment Attorney with broad-based experience in trials, agency practice, HR counseling, restrictive covenant litigation, and traditional labor law. Portables of at least $750K are required.
Associate General Counsel
The candidate will provide in-house legal counsel on labor and employment related matters, which may include human resources issues, wage and hour law, workers’ compensation, unemployment and other state agency claims, labor relations, employee benefits, employment agreements and policy related issues, FMLA matters, employment related litigation, grievances and arbitrations in the US and equivalent globally, and generally assist the HR team. Ide...
The candidate should have hands-on experience in handling employment cases, including wrongful termination, discrimination and wage and hour matters, and have first-chair experience handling employment jury and/or court trials. Solid law school and professional credentials required. Business litigators with first-chair trial experience, particularly in employment cases, will also be considered.
Labor Employment Attorney
The candidate should be specializing in labor and employment law. Hands-on experience in employment cases, including wrongful termination, discrimination and wage and hour matters is required.
Labor & Employment Associate
Duties: Employment litigation defending employers in single-plaintiff claims, class and collective actions, and suits to enforce and oppose enforcement of restrictive covenants, including taking plaintiffs’ depositions, defending depositions of employer witnesses, drafting and responding to written discovery, managing e-discovery, briefing dispositive motions, examining witnesses at trial or in arbitration, and conducting mediations and settl...