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Senior Trial Attorney
The candidate will handle the defense of employment matters, which will consist of defending both non-litigated and litigated employment disputes. Will respond to demand letters, state and federal agency charges, and lawsuits which have been filed against insureds. Will also be responsible for investigation and management of assigned cases from the inception of the lawsuit until conclusion through dismissal, settlement, or trial, and working with adju...
Senior Employment Counsel
The candidate will research and respond to inquiries from human resources and other corporate business partners regarding employment law issues, including employee discipline, disability leaves and accommodation, reorganizations and reductions in force, exempt employee classifications, diversity and inclusion, OFCCP compliance, and wage and hour issues. Will represent the Group of Companies in both adversarial (administrative, arbitral, and court ...
Law Clerk (Bar Member)
The candidate performs legal research, prepares motions and matters on calendar to expedite court calendars, and performs related duties as assigned. Under general judicial direction, performs legal research, prepares motions and matters on calendar to expedite court calendars, and performs related duties as assigned. Law Clerks are responsible for assisting judicial officers with legal research, summarizing motions and providing recommendations on c...
Assistant General Counsel
The candidate must be California-licensed Litigation Attorney with significant experience in employment litigation. Should have experience representing employers in the full spectrum of issues arising under state and federal employment laws, including both counseling and litigation. Responsibilities include interpreting and providing counsel on a variety of legal issues, engaging in negotiations, and handling litigation matters from inception to r...
Los Angeles office of our client seeks attorney with 1-5 years of experience. The candidate will work on litigation matters. Will be advocating at NLRB and PERB proceedings, union representation at arbitration, and all stages of litigation including writing briefs, drafting motions, engaging in discovery, document collection and review, and preparing for trial. Handling responsibilities and direct client interaction. Admission to the California Bar is required. Fluency in S...
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The candidate will join a firm specializing in insurance defense, personal injury, auto, employment, products and premises liability defense practice. Should have a J.D. degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must have defense experience.
Employment Litigation Lawyer/Attorney/Partner
Responsibilities: Represent clients in all employment related cases. PLAINTIFFS ONLY. Prepare and draft legal documents from A-Z and build the structure. Negotiate settlements for legal disputes. Comply with all legal standards and regulations. Perform administrative and management functions related to the practice of law.
Los Angeles office of our client seeks employment law attorney with 1-2 years of discrimination and harassment experience. The candidate will be responsible for: obtaining and preparing witness statements and declarations; conducting legal research; responding to and drafting discovery, letters, subpoenas, motions, oppositions, calendar dates for cases and deadlines, class certification motions, and related documents.
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.