Job Details

Labor And Employment Partner

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type


Date Last Verified

Jul 06, 2021

Valid Through

Oct 19, 2021

Posted on

Jun 17, 2020

Years of Experience

Min 5 yrs required


Cleveland, OH, United States

Employment Type



Practice Area
Labor & Employment >> Labor & Employment
Litigation >> Litigation - Labor & Employment
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Labor and Employment Partner
The candidate should have some portable business and extensive experience with complex labor and employment law matters while working collaboratively with members in other practice areas. Should have previous experience with the following: Litigating employment cases including OSHA, ERISA, wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and wage and hour matters; Trial experience preferred; Taking and defending depositions on complicated labor and employment matters; Reviewing, analyzing, negotiating and drafting employment contracts, termination agreements, settlement agreements, employment releases, labor contracts, and other labor and employment contracts and related documentation; must be licensed or attain license to practice law in the State of Ohio.

Company info

Caytie Matti
Human Resources Manager
Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLC
3800 Embassy Parkway
Suite 300
Akron, OH 44333


"Prestigious law firm"

Current Employee - Reviewed on July 21, 2017

Except few senior attorneys everything is great at the law firm. You must always stay alert and never show lenient attitude at work.

Pros : Family atmosphere, while family doesn't always get along, but here everyone look out for and support each other. Entrepreneurialism is encouraged. Work/life balance is great for upper-level attorneys, for others it is decent. Ability to choose for whom you work.
Cons : Some senior attorneys act like that you should know things even if you haven't been trained on those matters. Some senior attorneys are rude & disrespectful and make you feel like you're nothing in front of them.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee