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Attorney - Commercial Litigation
The candidate will have approximately 4-6 years’ experience in commercial litigation, including taking and defending depositions, researching, writing and arguing motions and conducting large-scale document productions. Qualified candidates will be motivated self-starters with stellar academic credentials, superb communication and writing skills, a commitment to excellence and have the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
Seeking Senior and Mid level Litigation Associate with 5-10 years of experience for White Collar, Internal Investigations and Corporate Governance practice group. Attorneys with Life Sciences/Health Care Policy and Regulatory experience with respect to product development, labeling and promotion abilities required. Experience with the U.S. Sunshine Act and global transparency also desirable. Former government experience, and particularly FDA experience, a plus. Outstanding ...
Attorney- Employment Law
The candidate should have 4-10 years of experience in employee benefits and employment law counseling, with expertise in one or more of: health and welfare, employment law counseling, and the employee benefits aspects of M&A, as well as general employee benefits law. Must have a strong background in the technical rules in this practice area. Must have excellent academic records, strong writing and communication skills.
General Litigation Lawyer
The candidate must have all levels with significant litigation experience, preferably with another large law firm.
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The candidate will represent states and companies in investment and commercial arbitration cases; Advise on a variety of matters representing large multinational companies with investments in Latin America, mainly in the oil and gas, steel, energy and public services sectors; Provide counsel, advice, and representation in arbitration and international dispute resolution proceedings for clients under the appropriate dispute resolution rules and institu...