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The candidate will work on the firm’s complex securities lawsuits. Will focus on the factual investigation and development of cases. Manage offensive and defensive discovery efforts, including the oversight of teams of contracts attorneys, and prepare for and take depositions. Will do legal and factual research to help prepare pleadings, motion papers, and other court filings. Assist in drafting memoranda to clients. Should have strong law school records and sig...
Discovery Coordination Attorney
The candidate will provide support for all aspects of fact discovery, including document identification/collection, processing formats/prioritization, database review protocol/scope/team supervision and document production, and for assisting the case team with deposition and trial preparation. Graduation from a US law school is required and candidate must be a member in good standing with the New York State Bar. Must have 5 years of experien...
The candidate should have solid medical malpractice, personal injury or asbestos experience for NYC office. Plaintiff's experience preferred also considered defense side experience. Must be admitted in NY.
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Mid- level Law Associate – Bankruptcy Litigation
The candidate should have 4-5 years of experience with stellar academics and Ch 11 litigation experience on the debtor and/or creditor side. Should have a very strong understanding of the Bankruptcy Code, experience with court proceedings, pleadings, etc. Excellent written and oral communication skills are a must. A U.S. J.D. and admission to the New York bar is required.
eDiscovery Project Manager
Duties: Be the main contact to our clients on all e-discovery projects, while also being the liaison between our clients, sales personnel and operations staff. A solutions-oriented professional that oversees the execution of e-discovery projects and is ultimately responsible for the quality and timeliness of those projects. As a subject matter expert in e-discovery, the Project Manager consults with clients on appropriate solutions related to all...