Job Details

Senior Litigation Associate Attorney

Company name

BCG Attorney Search

Organization Type

Recruiter

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Dec 03, 2021

Valid Through

Jan 02, 2022

Years of Experience

6-11 yrs required

Location

Lakewood, CO, United States

Employment Type

Full-time

Industry

Legal
Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation - General/Commercial
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Lakewood office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks senior litigation associate attorney with 7-9 years of litigation experience, preferably in mass tort. The candidate will collaborate with Partners in the mass tort process by reviewing documents and preparing for client and expert witness depositions. Will draft complex legal memorandums. Manage a large docket of cases in multiple states. Evaluate merits of potential cases. Conduct legal research on cases. Document review, draft and respond to discovery. Defend and take depositions including experts. Prepare expert reports and assist with trial prep. Correspond with opposing counsel and clients to facilitate legal process. Track and manage SOL analysis, E-filings in state and federal courts. Perform other duties as assigned. Must be licensed to practice law in the state of Colorado. Knowledge of medical terminology preferred.

Company info

BCG Attorney Search

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