Director Of Affirmative Litigation
The candidate will be responsible for: Identify and develop litigation strategies to achieve desired outcomes with respect to civil rights issues in the areas of voting rights, educational opportunity, economic empowerment, criminal justice, and health equity, including environmental justice. Work with partner civil rights organizations to ensure that litigation strategies are aligned and consistent. Develop and maintain relationships wit... read more
Additional Locations: New York, NY & Washinton, DC
The Enforcement Counsel resolves non-complex Enforcement matters, and contributes meaningful high quality work for large complex matters.
Essential Job Functions:
Resolve non-complex Enforcement matters based on rigorous assessment and effective advocacy:
Execute an effective risk-based legal strategy to assess the record fairly;
Recommend a fair and effective outcome, accurately assessi... read more
Corporate Counsel - Labor and Employment
The candidate will deliver labor and employment law support for company businesses throughout the United States and in key international locations. Will participate on HR and other leadership teams, provide legal advice to management in various areas of labor and employment law, represent the company in mediations, regulatory agency investigations, audits, and hearings, conduct internal investigations, develop human resource policie... read more
The candidate will advise organization in business transactions, claim liability, advisability of prosecuting or defending lawsuits or legal rights and obligations. Select jurors, argue motions, meet with judges, and question witnesses during the course of a trial. Analyze and interpret laws, rulings, and regulations with probable case outcomes for individuals and businesses. Represent organization in court or before government agencies, present and summariz...
The candidate will represent clients in county and surrounding counties. Practice area will include, family law, criminal defense, real estate (landlord-tenant), debt relief & bankruptcy, business & employment, business litigation, tickets, DUI/DWI, trusts & estates, and immigration. Active member of the Maryland State Bar is required.
Note : This is a temporary position.
The candidate will represent clients in county and surrounding counties. Practice areas include, family law, criminal defense, real estate (landlord-tenant), debt relief & bankruptcy, business & employment, business litigation, tickets, DUI/DWI, trusts & estates, and immigration. Must be in good standing with your State Bar. Should have no prior disciplinary history. Must have and/or maintain strong customer reviews. Must be able to represent clients in ...
Director, Legal Affairs, Employment and Litigation
Responsibilities: Providing advice and strategic support to human resources and business leaders on employment law issues including those relating to recruiting, hiring, performance management, compensation and benefits, accommodations, leaves of absence, employee classification and contingent workforces, and other employment-related matters. Partnering with human resources in reviewing and drafting/revising guidelines, be... read more
Auto and General Liability Counsel
Duties: Develop and apply effective use of trial skills and techniques to litigate cases to verdict. Conduct legal research and demonstrate strong and persuasive legal writing and presentation skills. Supervise research projects delegated to Associate Counsel and paralegals. Draft pleadings, motions, briefs, discovery and other documents. Attend court events and other appointments independently. Learn and understand Claim and client expec... read more