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Boston office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a securities litigation associate or senior associate attorney with 3-7 years of post-JD experience in Securities Litigation (not including clerkships). The candidate must have experience handling securities litigation matters including representation of corporations or individuals in federal securities class actions and derivative suits. Must have experience handling SEC Enforcement and other government investi
Securities Litigation Associates or Senior Associates
The candidate will be handling securities litigation matters including representation of corporations or individuals in federal securities class actions and derivative suits. Experience handling SEC Enforcement and other government investigations, internal investigations and other white-collar and regulatory enforcement as well as related or parallel securities litigation matters. Juris Doctor is required. Should have 3-7
Boston office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a Securities Litigation Managing Associate Attorney with 4 years of major law firm experience or may have worked at the SEC, DOJ, or US Attorney's Office. The candidate should preferably have deep experience litigating securities class actions brought under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act (PSLRA) and Shareholder derivative matters. Should preferably also be familiar with the Securities Act of 1933,