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Employment Law Attorney
The candidate will provide legal advice and guidance on employment law issues, which include ADA, FMLA, wage/hour, EEO, corrective actions, employment compliance and other areas requiring legal counsel to avoid or mitigate risks. Will attend hearings, mediations and other duties as assigned. Be well-versed in the rules of evidence and introducing evidence. Should be able to travel as needed.
Labor and Employment Litigation Attorney
The candidate must be a mid-senior level Labor and Employment Litigation Associate. Prior relevant experience looking to take on more responsibility. Excellent writing skills are a must.
Labor and Employment Associate
The candidate will handle sophisticated client matters including defending against claims of discrimination, FLSA and FMLA violations, Title VII, ADA, and ADEA. Must have experience in counseling clients in labor and employment issues at a law firm. Should have 2+ years of experience in labor and employment litigation experience in a large law firm environment. Must have strong advocacy and writing skills. Should have JD degree from a Top Tie...
Grapevine office of our client seeks litigation attorney with 2-12 years of experience. The candidate should have experience in one or more of the following practice areas: real estate, construction, business, insurance defense, bankruptcy, and/or employment law.
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Employment, Labor and OSHA Associate
The candidate must have 2-5 years of experience related to employment law and the capacity to assume meaningful responsibility in litigation, labor/employment counseling, and transactional-related labor/employment matters.
Dallas office of our client seeks employment, labor and OSHA attorney with 3-6 years of experience. The candidate should have experience related to employment law and the capacity to assume meaningful responsibility in litigation, labor/employment counseling, and transactional-related labor/employment matters.
The candidate must have 1-3 years of experience to represent plaintiffs in asbestos and personal injury cases. Should have strong written and oral advocacy skills. Prior asbestos litigation experience is a plus. Must be admitted to the State Bar of Texas and in good standing.
The candidate should have Labor & Employment litigation experience to join nationally recognized Labor and Employment Firm. Should have strong legal writing and research skills, very strong attention to detail, and experience with discovery, drafting of motions, and assisting with depositions and trial preparation in both state and federal courts. Must have demonstrated client relationship and business development skills. Employer-side litigation and coun...
Labor and Employment Counsel
The candidate will provide legal counsel on a broad range of HR, labor and employment matters related to the company. Will ensure compliance with federal and state laws regarding discrimination, wages, hours and labor conditions. Conduct legal research and prepare legal analyses and recommendations. Assess and evaluate risk. Supervise and perform internal investigations. Manage outside counsel. Should have a J.D. degree from a well-recognized i...