The candidate will be responsible to conduct legal research. Draft correspondence to parties. Draft pleadings. Handle and take over files. Communicate with clients. Develop strategies leading to efficient resolution of cases. Negotiate and settle cases-in-chief as well as liens. Mentor future new associates. Appear at the WCAB, take depositions, and perform all aspects of WC litigation.
The candidate will primarily focus on probate and trust administration, litigation, and conservatorships. Admission to CA Bar required. Should have 2-4 years of demonstrable experience in probate and trust administration, estate planning, or elder law, to join the family-oriented firm. Trial experience is preferred, extensive discovery and deposition experience is essential. Ability to communicate with clients in a sensitive and professional matter is re...