Litigation Attorney Jobs
Demand for litigation attorneys is growing almost everywhere in the U.S. The role of a litigator is diverse and takes cares of processes and investigation before the hearing of a case in court. They are also termed as trial lawyers; as they do not fight a case for the plaintiff or defendant, but provide enough evidence for the party they are working for, or against the other party.

Litigation attorney jobs have grown substantially over the years. This is because their role is not limited simply to corporate and licensing cases between two companies. Now, they are also hired for civil and labor cases. Litigators can earn a salary of anything from $70,000 to $110,000. The range varies from state to state. However, a growth rate in the salary is observed in nearly all states of the country. Litigation attorneys also carry out initial case investigation to determine if a case is strong enough to be taken. Locating witness, taking witness statements, analyzing documents and interviewing all people related to the case are some steps included in the initial process of litigation. After the investigation is completed they have to prepare a brief that is presented to the lawyer for further proceeding of the case.

In the corporate sector, the attorney is supposed to know every detail about the company's policies and different clients. The attorney is required to understand the legislative policy of the company and how to deal with the diverse types of clients.

A litigation attorney usually looks for possible ways of negotiating and settling matters with the client in case of legal conflict. They try to settle the case out of court in order to save time and money for the company and the client. At the time of settlement, litigators take up negotiations with the opposing parties; participate in mediations and have settlement conferences with the parties and the judge; and formulate agreements, settlement leaflets or other material that can be presented in court if needed in the future.
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Company
Risk Analytics Consulting
Experience
Min 5 yrs required
Location
Sterling VA, USA
Posted Date
Jan 12,15
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Part time Sr. Civil Litigation/Trial Attorney- ERISA law--VA/DC bar and/or NY bar. Responsibilities: Set strategy of the cases, supervise research and litigation support attorneys as needed. Analyzes file as litigation progresses Conducts discovery (e.g. written interrogatories, requests for production of documents, and depositions). Conducts motion practice. Direct, guide, review and prepare draft of pleadings, papers and briefs to advance litigation activit...
SPONSOREDJOB
Company
Risk Analytics Consulting
Experience
Min 5 yrs required
Location
Sterling VA, USA
Posted Date
Jan 12,15
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Employer
New starting up business consulting firm seeking to add Sr. litigation attorney/trial attorney. All Job Application instruction: Responsibilities: Set strategy of the cases, supervise research and litigation support attorneys as needed. Analyzes file as litigation progresses Conducts discovery (e.g. written interrogatories, requests for production of documents, and depositions). Conducts motion practice. Direct, guide, review and prepare draft of pleadings...
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Edison, McDowell & Hetheringto...
Experience
1-2 yrs required
Location
Houston TX, USA
Posted Date
Jan 23,15
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Edison, McDowell & Hetherington LLP, a Houston-based commercial litigation firm, is seeking candidates for a Junior Litigation Associate. This position is in our Houston office. The successful candidate must possess the following qualifications: 1-2 years of commercial litigation experience; CURRENTLY licensed to practice law in the State of Texas; Outstanding legal research, writing, and advocacy skills; Demonstrated ability to build and maintain strong clie...
Company
In-House
Experience
Min 5 yrs required
Location
San Francisco CA, USA
Posted Date
Jan 26, 15
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Litigator The candidate will support Intellectual Property and Protection team in license enforcement, including demand letters, terminations, and/or breach-of-contract matters. Will lead and/or assist in firm’s handling of disputes related to a variety of potential matters in support of all of firm’s non-licensing businesses as they arise, widely ranging from commercial disputes to employment or corporate matters. Emphasis on providing practical solutions to meaningfu...
Company
In-House
Experience
Min 5 yrs required
Location
Minneapolis MN, USA
Posted Date
Jan 26, 15
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P&C Litigation Specialist Duties: Adjusting claims as assigned, performing all claim duties associated with the investigation, evaluation, litigation management and resolution of all claims assigned. The caseload will have a heavy emphasis on litigated claims. Understands and can apply coverage for the claims assigned. Issues appropriate RORs and disclaimers. Conducts the necessary investigation, either by phone, or through independent adjusters, to determine coverage, l...
Company
In-House
Experience
Min 6 yrs required
Location
Schaumburg IL, USA
Posted Date
Jan 26, 15
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Coverage Counsel II Duties: Manages coverage and extra contractual litigation requiring a high degree of legal complexity and coordination. Provide advice and direction on coverage/extra contractual issues of portfolio scope with enterprise implications. Recognized as a high level advisor/company consultant on coverage/extra contractual matters. Provides technical guidance, assistance and training to lower level associates. Assigns cases to outside counsel and evaluates ...
Company
In-House
Experience
3-5 yrs required
Location
Pharr TX, USA
Posted Date
Jan 26, 15
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Attorney Duties: Handle and manage litigation files from inception through trial. Prepare motions and memorandums of law. Prepare pleadings, discovery, demands and responses. Draft reports and provide file analysis.
Company
In-House
Experience
Min 10 yrs required
Location
Washington DC, USA
Posted Date
Jan 26, 15
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Vice President of Document Review Services Duties: As a member of the leadership team of eDiscovery business, will lead the global Document Review business, including the Legal Staffing Solutions organization. Managing the business’s P&L to budget, including its profitability. Contributes as a thought leader and subject matter expert and serves as a crucial support in business development and client retention efforts. Provide day-to-day, total leadership for the manage...
Company
In-House
Experience
Max 1 yrs required
Location
Miami FL, USA
Posted Date
Jan 26, 15
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Document Reviewer DUTIES: Review and code documents for litigation for relevance and privilege. Identify useful information in the reviewed documents and communicate that information to review managers.
Company
In-House
Experience
6-8 yrs required
Location
New York City NY, USA
Posted Date
Jan 26, 15
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Employer
Assistant General Counsel, Litigation Duties: Report to an Executive Director in the Firm's Litigation Department. Will handle own caseload and litigate in state and federal courts, supervise outside counsel representing the Firm, and provide legal advice and counsel on a broad range of disputes relating to the Card related businesses, competition matters, as well as firm-wide issues. May involve independent contact with and support of senior management. Will require cas...
Company
In-House
Experience
Min 6 yrs required
Location
Princeton NJ, USA
Posted Date
Jan 26, 15
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Senior Attorney- eDiscovery/Litigation Duties: Provide legal counsel to global healthcare company on relevant issues involving application of U.S. law, regulations, and industry standards, with particular focus on eDiscovery for U.S. litigation and investigations portfolio. Handle discovery issues relating to litigation and investigations with limited attorney guidance. Work with Litigation Support Analyst to collect and process electronically stored and hardcopy informa...
Company
In-House
Experience
2-4 yrs required
Location
West Palm Beach FL, USA
Posted Date
Jan 26, 15
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Employer
Attorney I The candidate will handle and manage litigation files from inception through trial. Prepare motions and memorandums of law. Prepare pleadings, discovery, demands and responses. Draft reports and provide file analysis. Conduct EUOs. Some defense of PIP Claims. Must be a current Florida Bar member in good standing. Should have 2-4 years of personal injury litigation experience, preferably in insurance defense. Experience handling motor vehicle, PIP and subrogation...
Company
In-House
Experience
Min 2 yrs required
Location
Zanesville OH, USA
Posted Date
Jan 26, 15
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Associate Counsel The candidate provides support / advice to management on legal issues relating to contracts, regulatory requirements, compliance/non-compliance and other legal matters. Advises leadership and works alongside employees from a variety of areas, including strategic business units, marketing, physician partners and medical staff. Provides legal advice on contract status, legal risks and business terms of various deals. Drafts terms and conditions of agreement...
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