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International Arbitration Associate – Litigation
The candidate should have 2-5 years of post-qualification experience. Lawyers should have experience in dispute resolution and/or public or private international law, with an outstanding academic record and fluency in written and spoken English. Language skills a plus.
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.
Junior Associate - Litigation
The candidate must have 0-2 years of experience. Should have high level of academic achievement and strong writing skills. Experience with litigation and international arbitration matters is helpful.
Vice President - Litigation and Regulatory Attorney
The candidate will manage cases, handle discovery, conduct witness interviews and hearing preparation, draft and review pleadings and other correspondence. Will work autonomously in an extremely faced-paced environment while interacting with internal clients in a manner that instills trust and confidence. Advise on and help to manage important changes in law and regulation affecting the wealth and investment. Liaise with ...
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