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Location Maryland - Hunt Valley
Job ID 2NGI129985
Maritime and TransportationLitigation - General/CommercialIP - Litigation GeneralBankruptcy
Hunt Valley office of our client seeks attorney with 3+ years of experience and demonstrated business development. The candidate should have experience in federal bankruptcy, civil, intellectual property, and/or maritime litigation. A background including a federal judicial clerkship and/or membership in law review is preferred.
The candidate must have a law degree from a top-50 law school.
This firm has offices located in Baltimore, Maryland as well as Northern Virginia. This firm provides its clients with tailored, comprehensive legal representation and advice. This firm strives to be efficient, cost-effective, and professional with each client. This firm practices in the following areas: bankruptcy litigation, business/civil litigation, admiralty/maritime litigation, church law, criminal defense, employment law, false claims act/whistleblower litigation, intellectual property/litigation, non-profit law, personal injury, and products liability.
Your information will not be forwarded to any employers at this time. A recruiter will contact you with more information once our internal review of your resume is completed.
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Hunt Valley office of our client seeks partner-level attorney with 7+ years of experience in federal bankruptcy, civil, intellectual property, and/or maritime litigation. The candidate should have a portable book of $300,000+ per year in collections. A background including a federal judicial clerkship and/or membership in law review is preferred.
Handled by: Washington, D.C.
1629 K ST NW, Suite 300Washington,D.C. 20006
Phone (202) 955-5585
Fax (213) 895-7306
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