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Location New Jersey - Edison
Job ID IEML206855
Litigation - General/CommercialCorporate - General
Edison office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks corporate/litigation attorney with 10-12 years of experience. The candidate will contribute to the goals of the organization by servicing our growing client base in cases requiring arbitration and/or litigation. Will regularly support the firm in practicing corporate and transactional law. Must have Employment Law Background. Must have employment law experience.
The candidate should be a natural negotiator, highly motivated in the discovery process and is driven towards success on behalf of their client. Should have strong communication and follow-up skills that support a well-organized yet adaptable work style. Must be a Graduate of an accredited law school. S h excellent verbal and written communications skills. Must b highly-organized and able to prioritize and plan efficiently. Must be flexible and adaptable. Strong project management and multitasking skills needed. Should have extremely accurate and thorough. Must have commitment to continuous learning.
This law firm was founded over three decades ago with legal services in a wide range of fields. They specialize in offering integrated solutions to legal and tax issues. Their areas of practice include taxation services, accounting services, immigration, litigation, employment law, family law, bankruptcy law, and more. Their offices are located in Atlanta, New Jersey, New York, California, and Virginia.
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125 Park Avenue, 25th floorNew York,New York 10017
Phone (212) 232-0277
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