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The candidate Should have 3-5 years experience. Must possess superior academic credentials, have stellar communication and writing skills, and a demonstrated commitment to living and practicing in Northern New England.
Unemployment Fraud Prosecutor
The candidate to prosecute unemployment compensation fraud. Requires a J.D. Must have 3 years of litigation experience. Membership in the NH Bar Association or eligibility to waive in is required.
The candidate should have 3-5 years of litigation experience, including drafting and arguing motions and pleadings before state and federal courts, taking depositions and other discovery, and preparing cases for trial. May also have the opportunity to be involved in the Firm’s other practice areas including Health Care, Financial Institutions, Labor and Employment, and Taxation.
Candidate will werve the executive departments and agencies of State government, providing advocacy before state and federal courts and in administrative proceedings. Must have a member of the New Hampshire Bar, will have substantial experience before trial and appellate courts in both routine and complex civil disputes, including employment, contract and tort cases, as well as other areas typically representative of a general litigation practice. Excell...
Attorney, Commercial Litigation
Candidate will possess 5+ years of general commercial litigation experience in state and federal courts. Although an existing book of business is preferred. Excellent oral and written communication and practice management skills are essential.
Concord office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks commercial litigation attorney with 5+ years of experience in state and federal courts. The candidate should preferably have an existing book of business. Excellent oral and written communication and practice management skills are essential. The firm offers a professional and collegial work environment, competitive compensation and benefits, and the opportunity for rewarding work and personal growth.
Responsibilities: Represent people with disabilities in individual and systemic litigation on disability-related civil rights issues in administrative proceedings and state and federal court. Monitor facilities and investigate allegations of abuse and neglect of people with disabilities, collaborate with providers on addressing findings of monitoring efforts or investigations, and prepare and issue reports on the same. Participate on task forces, policy grou...
The candidate should have 1 – 5 years of experience. Must have experience in all phases of a rewarding litigation practice. Should have strong academic credentials and excellent verbal and written communication skills; experience with depositions, hearings, mediations, and trials; and a desire to work in a team-oriented environment. Admission to practice in NH is preferred.
The candidate will handle discovery, drafting motions, and pretrial preparation, in state and federal courts. Should have 2+ years of litigation experience and admission to practice in NH and MA, and have familiarity with case management in both states.
Concord office of our client seeks associate attorney with 2+ years of litigation experience. The candidate will handle discovery, drafting motions, and pretrial preparation, in state and federal courts. Should be admitted to practice in NH and MA, and have familiarity with case management in both states.