Attorney, Associate, Corporate Litigation, Buffalo, Albany, D.C., Jacksonville
Lippes Mathias seeks an ambitious attorney with six to ten years of experience for an Associate position with our Litigation Practice Team. Our team regularly serves clients across the country. From individuals and closely held companies to large multi-national corporations, our litigators represent clients in many state, federal and appellate courts throughout the United States. We also regularly appear before governmental/administrative boards, agencies and commissions as well as arbitration and mediation panels. A few of our focus areas include: complex business litigation, corporate dissolutions, environmental, labor and employment, consumer finance, appellate practice, government affairs and white-collar, real estate, family law, and construction disputes.
Strong skills in communication, legal advocacy, and writing are required. Excellent academic credentials, as well as prior experience in one or more of the above focus areas is preferred. The attorney selected for this position must be a self-starter and will have the opportunity for direct client contact. Applicants should have not less than four (4) years of litigation experience with demonstrated ability to handle specific litigation tasks such as hearings, depositions, etc. The location is flexible for this position; a New York bar license is required.
Lippes Mathias is a growing law firm with more than 130 attorneys and 210 total employees located in seven offices (Buffalo, Albany, Jacksonville, Washington D.C., Chicago, New York City and Burlington, Ontario). We rely upon and promote teamwork among staff, paralegals and attorneys to meet the expectations of our clients. We look to hire people who are excellent at what they do and have a positive attitude of serving our clients’ needs. We are a firm that values a diversity of ideas and experiences in an atmosphere that is collegial and open.
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