We have a unique opportunity for an experienced employment defense attorney to join our EEO Advantage Administrative Charges team as a Special Counsel attorney. The Special Counsel attorney will focus on handling administrative charges before federal, state and local agencies, including investigation, assessment and development of risk strategies, client interaction and preparation of persuasive position statements. The Special Counsel attorney will have a flexible part-time schedule with the ability to work from home.
Our Tampa office has an opportunity for an experienced attorney with significant employment litigation experience to join the firm’s expanding practice and assume the role of a non-shareholder track Counsel. The Counsel attorney will be expected to perform all the duties of a traditional law firm attorney but will not be responsible for business development, administrative duties or training of others. Duties include, but are not limited to, performing legal research, drafting of legal memoranda, motions and pleadings, attending court conferences, handling discovery-related activities and investigations, and drafting of position statements and dispositive motions. The right candidate will have a passion for labor and employment law, strong analytical and writing skills, and will add their enthusiasm to our affable, team-oriented environment.
Our Torrance office has the opportunity for an experienced litigation attorney to join the firm’s expanding Employment Law Practice. This is a non-shareholder track position and a unique opportunity for an attorney looking to transition into employment law and into a role with more flexibility, options to work remotely and a more predictable schedule.
Our Chicago office has an opportunity for an attorney with at least five years of employment litigation experience to join the firm’s expanding practice and assume the role of a non-shareholder track Counsel. The Counsel attorney will be expected to perform all the duties of a traditional law firm attorney but will not be responsible