Litigation Associate Attorney
Responsibilities: Independently manage a litigation caseload, working cases from beginning to end. Work closely with other attorneys and Partners on legal projects. Regularly handle court appearances and depositions. Communicate with clients and provide status reports. read more
The candidate will prepare and draft legal documents, including discovery requests and responses, motions, case evaluation summaries, court orders, settlement agreements, affidavits, pleadings, and legal memoranda. Will review discovery responses, depositions and prepare summaries and litigation update reports. Attend court appearances, hearings, depositions and case management conferences. Negotiate with other relevant parties and/or opposing counsel. Commu... read more
Attorney - Litigation
The candidate must have 3-7 years of experience defending a variety of Liability matters. The ability to work independently handling all aspects of litigation from inception to settlement/trial is required. Insurance Defense experience is a plus. Active Bars in Maryland and the District of Columbia are required. read more
Associate Attorney- Plaintiff's Side Employment Litigation
The candidate should have 0-2 years of experience to work primarily on employment litigation, representing mostly plaintiffs, including private and federal-sector discrimination cases, other federal sector employment matters, wage and hour cases, and to a more limited extent on Bankruptcy and Family Law cases. Must have strong organizational skills and have a pre-disposition for factual development of a case, all p...
The candidate should preferably have clerkship or prior experience. Will have a strong academic/professional background and exceptional analytical skills, and will be exposed to the firmâ€™s transactional and litigation practice groups.
Business & Securities Litigation Associate
Candidate must be admitted in Maryland and have law firm commercial litigation experience. Will have 1 - 3 years of general litigation experience including experience as a federal judicial clerk and/or Maryland appellate court clerk. Excellent academic credentials and writing skills are also required.
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Liability Litigation Associate
The candidate must have 2 years practicing liability insurance law. Primary practice areas are: products and premises liability, slip and fall, construction, nursing home, med-mal, auto tort and trucking. Maryland Bar required.
The candidate must have estate planning / administration (probate) experience. Bankruptcy (Chapter 7 and 13) experience is also required. Small Business (formation, contracts) experience is needed. PI / Workers' Compensation / Civil Litigation experience is preferred. Should be in good standing with Maryland Bar.
The candidate handle real estate, construction, title, and employment litigation. Will have 3-5 years (or more) of relevant civil litigation experience and/or clerkship, with strong research and writing skills, and experience handling discovery and trial preparation. VA, MD, DC or FL bar required; bankruptcy experience preferred. Must have working experience regarding real estate title matters.
The candidate will represent clients in court or before government agencies. Will prepare and draft legal documents on behalf of clients. Negotiate settlements for legal disputes. Perform administrative and management functions related to the practice of law. Must have 2+ years of litigation experience (preferably in Personal Injury and/or Criminal Defense). Must have familiarity with drafting Motions/Pleadings and excellent research/writing skills. Str...
Attorney - Appellate Litigation
Duties: Representing individual clients claiming benefits from a federal agency.
Federal appellate case management; research of applicable laws, regulations, and legal precedent; the preparation of briefs for submission to federal court; and other related legal projects as they arise. Training will be provided for attorneys new to this particular field.