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Foreclosure Litigation Attorney

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Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Jul 21,2018

Posted on

Jul 20,2018

Years of Experience

1-3 yrs required

Location

Rochester, NY
Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation - Real Estate
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Foreclosure Litigation Attorney Candidate will be responsible for handling contested matters for the firm, including but not limited to, reviewing incoming litigation and developing case strategy, drafting of discovery, motions and related litigation documents, attendance at routine and contested hearings and trials, motion hearings, conducting settlement negotiations, and general litigation in state court.

Qualification and Experience

The candidate must have 1-3 years of experience with foreclosure litigation cases. Excellent writing, research, analytical, and communication skills are required. Must be highly responsive, have a strong work ethic, be committed to providing exceptional client service and top quality work product, and be a member in good standing of the state Bar.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP
700 Crossroads Bldg
2 State St
Rochester, NY 14614

Review:

"A Firm That Cares"

Current Employee - Reviewed on September 09, 2017

Upper management needs to eliminate the use of gossip in the work place and emphasize the impact it has on other employees. People come into work to get things done and pointless drama only causes problems.

Pros : This firm has always showed me a great deal of kindness and respect. I am always treated as a valuable member of this establishment and not taken advantage of by upper management. Management is incredibly dedicated to their employees and always tries to ensure their happiness is met.
Cons : The only issues with this firm were the other employees and a lack of management. Employees treated the environment much like a high school and gossip was constantly running about. I felt management could have done a better job of dealing with complaints.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee