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Associate Attorney: Transportation, Admiralty And Maritime Law

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Los Angeles, CA, United States

Associate Attorney: Transportation, Admiralty And Maritime Law

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The Law Offices of Countryman & McDaniel

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Min 2 yrs required

Full-time

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The Law Offices of
Associate Attorney: Transportation, Admiralty and Maritime Law
The candidate will counsel and defend clients in the areas of domestic and international marine, aviation, and intermodal transportation cargo casualties and commercial trade dispute, as well as advise clients on legal issues arising from international agency relationships. Review and advise on regulatory compliance, regulatory licensing, and security initiative issues. Represent clients in investigations and proceedings with federal agencies, including Customs and Border Protection, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Maritime Commission, and Departments of Treasury and Commerce. Review, draft and negotiate documents, including Terms and Conditions, shipper agreements, broker agreements, equipment charters,s, and interlining agreements. Conduct risk exposure analysis and develop operating procedures and claims training. Coordinate with attorney members of CargoLaw Network® in connection with claims and litigations across the . and 87 other trading nations. Should have a . or . plus 2 years of experience as an associate attorney, legal officer, corporate counsel, or related legal experience, drafting and reviewing service agreements; representing international clients in international commercial law matters; and, providing legal counsel and representing clients in civil litigation matters. Must be licensed to practice law in California.

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Jul 18, 2024
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The Law Offices of
Associate Attorney: Transportation, Admiralty and Maritime Law
The candidate will counsel and defend clients in the areas of domestic and international marine, aviation, and intermodal transportation cargo casualties and commercial trade dispute, as well as advise clients on legal issues arising from international agency relationships. Review and advise on regulatory compliance, regulatory licensing, and security initiative issues. Represent clients in investigations and proceedings with federal agencies, including Customs and Border Protection, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Maritime Commission, and Departments of Treasury and Commerce. Review, draft and negotiate documents, including Terms and Conditions, shipper agreements, broker agreements, equipment charters,s, and interlining agreements. Conduct risk exposure analysis and develop operating procedures and claims training. Coordinate with attorney members of CargoLaw Network® in connection with claims and litigations across the . and 87 other trading nations. Should have a . or . plus 2 years of experience as an associate attorney, legal officer, corporate counsel, or related legal experience, drafting and reviewing service agreements; representing international clients in international commercial law matters; and, providing legal counsel and representing clients in civil litigation matters. Must be licensed to practice law in California.

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