Collection and Benefits Law Attorney Job in Emeryville, CA Near Me - 272091 |

Collection and Benefits Law Attorney

Type Full-Time

Location California - Emeryville

Job ID KCOZ272091

Experience Level Midlevel Associate

Job Experience Min. 3 - Max. 8 Years

Ranking 1 : Mostly Consumer $

Practice Areas ERISA/Executive Compensation - Litigation - Defense

2023-01-23 04:42:29

Emeryville office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks collection and benefits law attorney with 3+ years of experience working on judgment collection and/or ERISA litigation. The candidate will focus on issues related to retirement plans, health and welfare plans, and other employee benefit plans. Will handle ERISA-related litigation, including enforcement of contribution obligations, subrogation, post-judgment collection work, and withdrawal liability cases; and representing the firms employee benefit plan clients in arbitrations and in state and federal court. Plan administration background is a plus. Should be a California licensed attorney with notable collection litigation and employee benefits law experience. Experience in the area of employee benefits law is also necessary. Should be a motivated self-starter with superb judgment and communication skills, and must have the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment. Must be licensed and in good standing in California.

This firm prides itself on its dedication to giving a voice to workers and laborers, an ethos that came from the founders' trade union and working-class backgrounds. Almost 50 years after its founding, this firm now stretches across the Pacific Ocean, with a Honolulu office, in addition to offices in Southern and Northern California. With a strong track record of representing unions, employee benefit plans, and individual employees in state and federal court and administrative forums on a wide range of matters, this firm is an excellent pick for those wishing to hone their practice.

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