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Temporary Appearance / Deposition Attorney
The candidate will join a construction law firm. Must have 3+ years of experience for attendance at depositions and hearings. Should be willing to travel to various locations in Southern California (counties include Santa Barbara, Ventura, Riverside, San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Orange County and Kern County). Experience with construction law required.
Construction Law Attorney
The candidate will prepare and argue motions, including summary judgment motions in both State and Federal Courts. Will take and defend depositions. Attend and defend and/or prosecute trials and other hearings. Must demonstrate expertise in complex commercial litigation and class actions. Should be able to travel as needed.
Construction Litigation Associate
The candidate should have 4-5 years of complex construction litigation experience. Must have general working knowledge of claims regarding design errors and omissions, construction defects, and delay and impact. Prior experience in construction or engineering is a plus.
In-House Legal Counsel
The candidate will be a key member of the legal team, advising management on real estate and legal matters and working collaboratively toward solutions within California, and other States of operation. Draft, review and negotiate legal agreements, offering materials, and related documentation. Should have 3+ years of experience. Must have experience with construction, property management and/or insurance risk management matters. Should have experienc...
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Construction Defect & General Liability Associate
Responsibilities: File handling. Drafting of motions and pleadings. Legal research & discovery preparation. Taking and defending depositions. Second-Chair trial participation. Trial preparation.
Construction and Facilities Litigation Associate
The candidate must have 7-10 years of experience. Must have superior academic credentials, excellent analytical and writing skills, a strong work ethic and dedication to the practice of law. Should possess substantive construction and project development litigation experience, including motion practice and trial experience. Transactional experience is an additional benefit.
Construction Litigation Associate Attorney
The candidate must have 3-7 years of experience. Prior law firm experience, good academic credentials, and excellent advocacy skills are essential. A good understanding of real property and insurance is expected. Must have a strong desire to interact with clients and the Los Angeles business community.
Construction Litigation Associate
The candidate must have 7-10 years of experience for our Construction and Facilities Practice Group in our Oakland or Los Angeles office. Must have superior academic credentials, excellent analytical and writing skills, a strong work ethic and dedication to the practice of law. Should possess substantive construction and project development litigation experience, including motion practice and trial experience. Transactional experience is a...
The candidate must have 5+ years of litigation experience. Area of practice would include: Construction Defects (plaintiffs). Experience in other areas of the law are also welcome. Should preferably be able to generate at least 30% of billings from existing clients or business development activities. Experience as a sole practitioner or with a small law firm is a plus.