Litigation Partner Level Attorney
The candidate must have experience in: Actively managing all aspects of litigation and pre-litigation matters in an efficient, practical and cost-effective manner. Trial experience in complex business litigation. Working both independently and within a team. Delegating to and managing the work of junior attorneys, paralegals and support staff. Providing business-focused, creative and client- centric problem solving mindset with ability to ...
The candidate will handle complex litigation including claims involving construction losses, fire losses, products liability, motor vehicle liability and toxic torts. Should have 5-7 years of experience. Strong research and writing skills, and excellent academic credentials are required.
Associate Attorney, Litigation
The candidate will anticipate immediate exposure to many aspects of litigation, including not only research and drafting of briefs but also appearances in state and federal courts. Must have 1-3 years of experience. Must have excellent academic credentials, a strong work ethic, and superior writing ability. Must be currently admitted to the Massachusetts bar in good standing. Candidates with ties to Worcester County are preferred.
The candidate will review correspondence and files to determine if suit appropriate. Reviews answers and prepares discovery and dispositive motions. Manages all aspects of preparing for and conducting of trials. Attends court hearings throughout the state. Provide analysis and advises on legal and regulatory risks. Represents clients in pre-suit and post-judgement matters. Writes, reviews and edits reports, opinions, correspondence, articles and other do...
The candidate must be licensed to practice law in Massachusetts (Rhode Island is a plus). Must have trial experience. Must understand that being a successful family law attorney requires being outstanding at wearing the negotiator hat, but that can pull on the boxing gloves and step into the ring if needed. Must understand how billable hours work and how a firm runs off of collections, not just what bill. Should have law degree.