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Irvine office of our client seeks senior litigation attorney. The candidate should preferably have corporate governance, commercial dispute, intellectual property, securities, healthcare, real property acquisition and/or development experience. Judicial clerkship experience and/or large law firm experience is preferred. Must be California licensed.
Santa Ana office of our client seeks civil litigation attorney with 4-7 years of experience with an emphasis on liability defense, transportation defense, workers' compensation subrogation, employment discrimination, LC Sec. 132(a) and Serious and Willful labor code claims. The candidate will manage their own case load. Will take a significant number of expert, PMK, party and percipient witness depositions. Should have trial, arbitration and mediation experience.
Mid-size defense firm seeks qualified applicants for associate attorney position in Long Beach office. Ideal candidate will be a motivated team player, will possess strong oral and written advocacy skills, the ability to manage a busy calendar and integrate seamlessly into a high-volume practice amid a talented team of litigation professionals.
All experience levels will be considered. Competitive salary and benefit package offered.
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The candidate must be licensed with the California State Bar and in good standing and 0-3 years of legal experience. Should preferably have experience in all facets of workers compensation litigation. Bilingual Spanish speaking ability is considered is a plus. Experience or interest in employment law is considered is desired.