The candidate should have interest in full-time, part-time, or contract work in the practice areas of traditional labor law, employment law, administrative law, civil law and litigation, and criminal defense. Must be licensed to practice in California and in good standing with all federal and state court bars and agencies to which they are admitted to practice. read more
Associate Attorney, Workplace and Campus Investigations
The candidate will draft detailed investigative reports, documents, and correspondence. Will conduct investigations from intake to completion. Conduct witness interviews. Review, interpret, analyze and evaluate witness statements, documents and physical evidence collected during investigations. Review, summarize, create and organize legal documents and information. Travel frequently within California. May also perform...
The candidate should have 3 years experience. The Labor Law practice encompasses criminal law defense, litigation in state and federal courts, administrative hearings, arbitration, discipline appeals, wage and hour and unfair labor practices.
The candidate must have 2-3 years of experience. Must have book of business in a legal practice area. Must have skills include legal research and writing, negotiation, oral advocacy, client intake, and group presentation. Preferred skills include bilingual (Spanish), healthcare law experience, real estate law experience, and employment law experience. Preferred experience would also include working as an attorney for any of the state licensing agencies.
Labor and Employment Attorney
The candidate should have 5 years of experience, including the below qualifications: Labor, employment and personnel; Labor negotiations (preferred); Administrative and/or civil litigation preferred. Flexibility, initiative, and willingness to work on a broad variety of legal matters arising in representing public entities required. Public entity representation preferred. School district experience preferred. Admission to the California State ...
The candidate will monitor and research key labor and employment law developments. Will develop related content for significant client-facing products. Monitor labor and employment law developments in states, localities, and other jurisdictions and curate content to keep client-facing digital platforms and tools for multistate and multi-locality compliance current and accurate. Conduct research and write/update timely summaries of state and local law (and some fede...
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Employment Attorney / Workplace Investigator
Responsibilities: Conduct impartial and thorough investigations for clients. Write detailed, accurate and substantiated reports, including complex legal analyses. Edit and proofread investigation reports. Conduct legal research and counsel clients on employment law issues. Prepare and present training materials. Research and prepare responses to requests for proposals. Perform administrative duties. Engage in business developmen...
Labor and Employment Associate
The candidate must have 3-5 years of experience in employment litigation as well as transactional and advisory work in the labor and employment context. Experience drafting policies, employee handbooks, employment contracts, DFEH, EEOC and OSHA regulations, compliance and investigations, and providing sexual harassment avoidance trainings and advice preferred. Experience counseling public agency employers a plus.
The candidate will defend and litigate lawsuits involving a broad range of employment-related claims and agency charges of discrimination. Advise, counsel, and train employers on various employment and labor law issues. Represent employers in court, before administrative agencies, at mediations, and in arbitration in employment matters, including class/collective actions and discrimination, harassment, retaliation, contract, employment tort, and non-com...
Labor Associate or Counsel (West Coast)
The candidate should have 3+ years of traditional labor law experience, working with or without partner oversight on litigation of unfair labor practice charges or grievances in labor arbitration, advising on labor law matters, researching labor law issues, or participating in or advising on collective bargaining. Other areas of expected experience: case law research, brief and motion drafting. Employment law background and basic fam...
Labor and Employment Attorneys
The candidates will work with a variety of clients that include public agencies (cities, counties and special districts), public and private education, and nonprofits across a diverse range of practice areas including litigation, wage and hour, labor relations, retirement & employee benefits, public safety, workplace investigations and business and facilities.
Innovative Staffing Team Attorney
The candidate will join a team of labor and employment lawyers handling a wide range of employment work, including all aspects of litigation. Will draft and prepare for filing all of the pleadings for the motion and a reply brief. Handle the answer and written discovery for a matter, including conducting the initial case investigation, interviewing witnesses, drafting and responding to discovery, and resolving discovery disputes. read more
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 investigation... read more
Kronick is currently seeking an Associate Attorney, with 3-5 years of substantive employment litigation experience, to join its Labor and Employment practice group. Candidates must have top academic credentials, be highly motivated, self-sufficient, and have a high level of dedication and discipline.
Primary responsibilities involve working regularly with private sector and public agency clients by providing both litigation support and day-to-day advice and counsel o... read more