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Business Litigation Associate
Candidate must be licensed in Maryland. If not licensed in DC, must be able to waive in. Must have 4-6 years of experience in commercial litigation, excellent academic credentials, outstanding written and oral communication skills, and prior affiliation with a substantial litigation practice. Consumer Financial Services litigation experience is heavily preferred. read more
Foreclosure Associate with with experience handling commercial and civil litigation matters and/or financial services matters. Candidate will handle large and complex cases while remaining small enough to offer each client focused, personal attention. New York and/or New Jersey Bar is required. read more
Litigation Support Attorney
Duties: Will tackle fast-paced work and interaction with clients, who are often victims of serious injuries. Will be ready and willing to learn from the experience. Contact with the client, attorneys, insurance carriers and various municipal and judicial entities, as well as by written communication, investigation and preparation of legal documents. Provide outstanding client service. Prepare case for litigation, including the filing of legal d... read more
Candidate should have experience in the following practice areas: PI / Workersâ€™ Comp / Civil Litigation â€“ preferred, Estate Planning / Administration (probate) â€“ required, Bankruptcy (Chapter 7 & 13) â€“ required, Small Business (formation, contracts) â€“ required. Must be in good standing with Maryland Bar. Will have a positive attitude and be comfortable interacting with paralegals, attorneys and clients.
The candidate will be JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school, licensed in DC and VA for 3+ years and have experience in real estate, title, litigation, bankruptcy and creditorâ€™s rights. Multiple licenses is preferred. Must have: 3 years of experience in real estate, title, and litigation. Experience with bankruptcy and creditor rightâ€™s firms preferred. Outstanding written and oral communication skills to communicate with other attorney...
The candidate will gain significant litigation and trial experience. Will handle litigation matters from inception through conclusion, control files, and maintain client contact. Should preferably have 3-7 years of litigation experience, excellent academic record, and good writing skills. Clerkship experience a plus.
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Litigation Attorney - Partner
The candidate should have portables ($500,000 minimum) to compliment the Firm's current business and provide cross-marketing opportunities. Maryland and DC Bar is required, VA is a plus.
Seeking a Partner Level Litigation Attorney with a portable transportation-related practice. Experience with commercial motor vehicle litigation (including emergency response, casualty, insurance coverage, freight, and commercial claims), autonomous vehicles, and/or maritime required. Must have excellent analytical, written, verbal and interpersonal skills, and be highly organized and detail-oriented.
Candidate's responsibilities will include federal appellate case management with a heavy concentration in persuasive brief/memo writing. Must have top grades from an accredited law school and possess exceptional written communication skills. Must already be admitted to the Bar in any jurisdiction in the United States. Must have 1-3 years' attorney experience. Appellate litigation experience is preferred.