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Attorneyassociate commercial Bankruptcy

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Law Firm

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Date Last Verified

Aug 25,2019

Valid Through

Dec 08,2019

Posted on

May 02,2019

Years of Experience

5-10 yrs required


Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

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Practice Area
Bankruptcy >> Bankruptcy
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Attorney Associate (Commercial Bankruptcy)
The candidate must have 5-10 years of experience working with Commercial Bankruptcy and Creditor’s Rights, and some Commercial Litigation background. Should preferably have excellent research and writing. Must have the ability to go to court, and handle cases on their own. Florida Bar admission is required.

Additional info

Ref. #: Legal ATTOR01087

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Kelley Kronenberg.
8201 Peters Road
Suite 4000
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33324


"Flexible Law Firm"

Current Employee - Reviewed on August 18, 2017

There needs to be a fair compensation for employees. Career growth and advancement are areas of focus the firm should consider to increase morale.

Pros : The firm has a balanced schedule in place for staff. The work hours are easy in terms of schedule. The kind staff is fortunate to have the ability to work from home. Employees are allowed a decent amount of vacation time.
Cons : Work hours are cut down. Compensation for staff suffers when the firm doesn't have a decent workload. The firm also lacks in areas of promotions and career advancement.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee

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