ERISA/Employee Benefits Attorney jobs in District Of Columbia
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Washington D.C. office seeks ERISA/employee benefits attorney preferably having ERISA or tax experience.
This prestigious law firm is based in Washington and works in the areas of tax, labor and employment, employee benefits, health care, banking and finance and fiduciaries. The firm believes in appreciating its legal team so that they know their talent is recognized and can serve the clients better. A focused approach and hard work is what makes this firm one of the fastest growing legal firms in the Washington area.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level ERISA fiduciary associate with 2-4 years of experience. The candidate should have legal experience of working on ERISA fiduciary issues, including plan investments, fiduciary governance and fee disclosure. Experience in securities and banking law and an interest in ERISA are also encouraged to apply. Familiarity with plan services arrangements and investment products is a plus.
The corporate law office is headquartered in the District of Columbia. Area of concentration is employee benefits. The firm employs fifty-nine knowledgeable attorneys. Practice areas are far-reaching. There are nine practice groups such as executive compensation, fiduciary responsibility and government plans. The law practice is dedicated to pro-bono work. Diversity in the workplace is endorsed as well.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks employee benefits attorney with 1-3 years of experience. The candidate will work with a group of 20 employee benefits and tax professionals in multiple offices of a 600+ lawyer firm. An LL.M. degree in Tax and accounting experience are also preferable.
This large firm, historically strong in corporate and intellectual property work, has performed exceptional well compared to its counterparts. The attorneys here are a fairly serious bunch when it comes to the work, and are meticulous with their client relationship and work product. Not surprisingly, that same quality translates to a formal and well-run training program for young lawyers. With competitive salaries and opportunities in several different practice areas, this firm presents a good opportunity to get that large firm experience.
Washington DC office is seeking an Executive Compensation / ERISA attorney with 3-6 years of experience.
If you have the stuff to work for one of the nation's top ten firms, then the DC office is just the place for you. Both on the mergers and acquistions as well as the litigation side, this is the work young law students dream (and read) about. The Washington DC branch of this firm handles high profile work in a more intimate environment than in its sister cities--but the feeling is still the same. Expect to work long hours but you will be compensated in a way matched by few of your peers. Over 100 years old, this firm is aging like fine wine and will no doubt be a major player as long as there are attorneys and legal work to be done.