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Dulles office of our client seeks associate attorney with 5+ years of experience in default services (foreclosure, bankruptcy and evictions). The candidate must be Barred in the state of Maryland. Bar licenses in both Maryland and Virginia are preferred. Litigation experience is a plus. Legal5 2018-09-19 00:58:05
Fairfax office of our client seeks attorney with 1-3 years of experience in creditor's rights. The candidate will join Community Association practice. Should be Virginia licensed attorney. Bankruptcy background is a plus. Legal
The position requires strong interpersonal skills, ability to manage collection paralegal work and the desire to interact directly with clients. Strong academic credentials and personal references expected.
This law firm is known for its wide-ranging legal support for community associations in the District of Columbia and Virginia, and it strives hard to serve them and provide creative counseling for them. Their areas of concentration include homeowners & condominium association's law, real estate law, housing cooperatives, and residential and commercial master associations. The members of this firm have strong skills and expertise in providing advice on a wide range of issues to community members like covenant enforcement, contract negotiations, community administration, interpretation of community associations, efficient collections, and other litigation advice. The in-depth counseling of the members helps the community associations pursue and manage all their initiatives with poise and confidence.1 2018-09-18 05:21:25
Leesburg office of our client seeks junior bankruptcy attorney with 1-3 years of experience. The candidate will be handling assigned cases including all Chapter 7, 12, and 13 cases, including hearings and correspondence with opposing counsel, staff and clients. Will be reviewing and executing all customary documents (POCs, MFRs, NOPCs) with guidance by managing bankruptcy attorney and within two business days of being presented for review. Escalating matters to the managing bankruptcy attorney based on written guidelines provided by the managing bankruptcy attorney. Responding to client/staff e-mail or phone inquiries within one business day. Handling non-routine/litigated matters with guidance from the managing bankruptcy attorney. Timely advise clients and staff on file-specific legal matters. Continuously improve and stay current with the law impacting the clients and the practice. Develop knowledge to assist the managing bankruptcy attorneys with training staff and/or clients. Develop knowledge to handle Chapter 7, Chapter 12, and Chapter 13 cases as they pertain to the role of secured creditors (both real and personal property). Acquire basic knowledge of Chapter 11. Handle mid-level escalated/litigated matters with guidance of managing bankruptcy attorney. Acquire knowledge of underlying non-bankruptcy law and procedures, such as foreclosure and eviction, in the jurisdictions in which the attorney is admitted. Conduct PACER reviews to determine whether foreclosure may proceed. Assist other areas of practice with file-level issues regarding bankruptcy. Assist other practice areas in the firm when necessary. Review and sign all documents regularly prepared (POCs MFRs NOPCs) within 24 to 48 hours of being presented for review. Ensure all pleadings and documents are in compliance with legal and client requirements. Provide feedback to processors on reasons for rejected pleadings, documents and identify opportunities for improvement. Handle dockets assigned from managing bankruptcy attorney. Negotiate resolutions with opposing counsel when feasible. Manage schedule for attendance at assigned hearings and cases. Timely and adequate prepare for hearings. Attend all assigned hearings, or ensure that another attorney is adequately prepared to cover hearings when needed. Monitor ECF receipts for dockets handled, timely escalate matters to client when escalated pleadings are filed. Become familiar with local rules and procedures, as well as judges in which the attorney regularly appears. Correspond with opposing counsel and clients regarding all matters in files assigned to the attorney. Manage assigned litigation files for appropriate jurisdictions. Comply with client requirements on all aspects of case movement, including communications, escalations and hearing results. Work with paralegals and other firm resources to meet court deadlines. Advance client interest efficiently to achieve desired results as soon as feasible. Should have admission to practice law in either VA or MD. Legal1 2018-09-06 03:38:16
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