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Labor & Employment Staff Attorney

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

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Date Last Verified

Jun 07, 2021

Valid Through

Sep 20, 2021

Posted on

Dec 15, 2020

Years of Experience

Min 5 yrs required


Sacramento, CA, United States

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Practice Area
Labor & Employment >> Labor & Employment
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Labor & Employment Staff Attorney
The candidate should have 5+ years of increasingly responsible employment law experience. Should have familiarity with and experience in federal court practice, as well as with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of Labor, and other federal, state and local government administrative agencies. Must have the ability to handle a practice that includes handling DOL Audits and EEOC charges, including defending investigations, preparing position statements, defending clients in fact-finding conferences and on-site visits, representing clients in mediations and conciliations, and negotiating settlements. Should also have some litigation experience, including drafting responsive pleadings, handling all aspects of the discovery process, and drafting motions, including motions for summary judgment.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
400 Capitol Mall
Suite 2350
Sacramento, CA 95814


"Seyfarth Shaw & Trump"

Former Employee - Reviewed on July 30, 2020

Hire qualified staff. HR should not be a former secretary with power issues. Educate personnel on labor laws and substance abuse. REMOVE the attorneys that spend 3 hrs on personal calls, 3 hrs on "lunch", and 3 hrs wandering the halls.

Pros : There is usually "something" good everywhere, not here. I did make a couple of friends.
Cons : The attorneys. I watched an Associate blame his secretary because he failed to timely serve discovery. He told HR that his secretary "threw papers" at him and "refused to file the discovery". That is not a typo or a reflection of my intelligence but rather, his. As this is EXACTLY what he told HR and her immediate supervisors. I never met a secretary or an attorney that did not know you don't file discovery, interrogatories, RFP, etc. until this. To add insult, the secretary did not throw paper, however, the attorney did and he did this when she brought to his attention that they did not need to "file" the discovery.
Approve of the CEO[?] : Yes
Recommend this employer to a friend? : Yes
Business outlook for the next 6 months? : up
Current or former employee? : Former Employee
Last Year at Employer : 2016
Job type : Full time