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Senior Litigation Attorney
Responsibilities : The candidate will be responsible for the research relevant statutes and case law to use in Mass Tort Litigation Cases at the federal level and various types of general litigation cases at the local state level. Draft pleadings, motions, and/or discovery requests/responses for cases pursuant to either Florida Rules of Civil Procedure and/or Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Oversee internal financial analysis of the Firm's BP L...
Attorney - Limited Term Employment (PIP)
The candidate will be responsible for the competent, ethical, and diligent representation of clients in all cases assigned by supervisor. Cases can involve all areas of tort practice. Responsible for handling matters of low to moderate complexity and/or exposure, and may assist in the handling of cases assigned to other attorneys. Handle cases with few unique legal or procedural issues involving mild to moderate injuries and/or dama...
The candidate must be an insurance defense litigation associate to conduct all phases of insurance defense civil litigation and also governmental tort liability. Areas of practice insurance subrogation, premises liability, PIP Defense, general liability defense, property damage and commercial litigation. Must have a JD degree from an ABA-approved law school and be an active member in good standing of the Bar.
Seeking a Commercial Litigation Attorney with 5+ years of experience handling Collection and Creditor's Rights, Creditor’s Bankruptcy matters, Lender’s Liability, Commercial Foreclosure, Claw Back Suits, Preferential Transfers, and Commercial Landlord and Tenant and Judgment Enforcement. The candidate should be admitted in Florida State and Federal Courts.