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Litigation Associate Attorney
The candidate must be qualified attorney with 2-5 years of experience to join Litigation Practice Group. Must have excellent academic credentials and be proactive, detail oriented, and organized. Should also have advanced research and writing skills and experience with pleading, motion, and discovery practice. Prior courtroom and judicial clerkship experience is preferred.
Labor & Employment Associate
Candidate will have one or more Bar admissions, 0-2 years of employment litigation experience and a strong commitment to client service and teamwork. Duties are expected to include a broad range of employment litigation and administrative agency matters representing employers. Will have strong academic credentials, writing skills and professional recommendations.
The candidate will provide thorough and practical assessments and advice while advocating for clients in and out of court during the legal collection process. Will focus on collection of outstanding consumer debts through the legal collection process. Work with opposing counsel and pro se parties to resolve disputes and negotiate matters to amicable resolution. Draft and review legal briefs, correspondence, pleadings, and other legal documents. Documents...
Duties: Represent clients in legal proceedings, draft legal documents and advise clients on legal transactions. Represent clients in court or before government agencies. Prepare and draft legal documents on behalf of clients. Advise clients on business and legal transactions. Negotiate settlements for legal disputes. Comply with all legal standards and regulations. Perform administrative and management functions related to the practice of law.