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Trial Lawyer

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Organization Type

Law Firm

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Date Last Verified

Sep 13,2018

Posted on

Apr 14,2017

Years of Experience

1-4 yrs required


East Meadow, NY
Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation - General/Commercial
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Trial Lawyer The candidate will be drafting and reviewing discovery documents. Drafting and responding to discovery motions. Conducting plaintiff’s depositions. Appearing for court appearances; arguing motions. Performing legal and medical research. Must have Juris Doctor degrere from accredited law school and admission to NY Bar. Should have 1-4 year's experience in the medical malpractice area.

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Company info

Catherine Reilly
Executive Director
Martin Clearwater & Bell LLP
90 Merrick Avenue
East Meadow, NY 11554
Phone: 516- 222-8500
Fax: 516-222-8513


"Law Firm Full of Kind Staff"

Current Employee - Reviewed on September 02, 2017

There need to be workshops for management to learn how to better treat employees. Salary increases should be offered to hard working employees.

Pros : A firm that is effectively organized in order to provide staff with a system to work efficiently. The working hours vary but are great. Insurance is offered. 401k is also available to staff.
Cons : The firm does a poor job of treating all their staff and employees with respect. There is a sense of discrimination taking place here if you are not an attorney. Celebration parties are divided between a separate management and staff party.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee

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