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Claims Attorney/litigation Specialist - Construction Defect

Overland Park KS Claims Attorney/Litigation Specialist - Construction Defect The candidate will handle suits on third party litigated construction defect claim files, including collaborating with and managing outside counsel as assigned. Will analyze coverage issues on litigated claim files, and claim files with potential for litigation. Assist with negotiations, mediations, arbitrations and settlement procedures as assigned. Attend and provide litigation advice in claim review meetings. Coordinate referral with AVP of Claims or VP of Claims on other litigated claims requests to outside counsel. Conduct legal research as necessary on pending suit files and as requested by other departments. Conduct audits of litigated claims files. Review company policy forms as needed. Research and write brief opinions on legal issues. Recommend reserve and payment changes as necessary for the file. Provide and report claims information to Senior Management on an as needed basis. Assist Forms Committee; propose changes/ revisions/amendments to company policy forms make appropriate policy language recommendations and draft policy language for new forms. Other duties as assigned by General Counsel, Sr. Claims Management or Executive Management is essential. Bachelor Degree from a 4 year college or university. Juris Doctor degree preferred. Admission to State Bar (if a JD candidate) is essential. Must have 5+ years related experience with construction claims. Excellent customer service skill is essential. Excellent written and oral communication skill is essential. Thorough knowledge of claim procedures, policies, terminology, etc. is essential. Computer proficient with Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel and Outlook is essential. Doctorate or better in Law is essential. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-18

Claims Attorney/litigation Specialist - Construction Defect

Scottsdale AZ Claims Attorney/Litigation Specialist - Construction Defect The candidate will handle suits on third party litigated construction defect claim files, including collaborating with and managing outside counsel as assigned. Will analyze coverage issues on litigated claim files, and claim files with potential for litigation. Assist with negotiations, mediations, arbitrations and settlement procedures as assigned. Attend and provide litigation advice in claim review meetings. Coordinate referral with AVP of Claims or VP of Claims on other litigated claims requests to outside counsel. Conduct legal research as necessary on pending suit files and as requested by other departments. Conduct audits of litigated claims files. Review company policy forms as needed. Research and write brief opinions on legal issues. Recommend reserve and payment changes as necessary for the file. Provide and report claims information to Senior Management on an as needed basis. Assist Forms Committee; propose changes/ revisions/amendments to company policy forms make appropriate policy language recommendations and draft policy language for new forms. Other duties as assigned by General Counsel, Sr. Claims Management or Executive Management is essential. Bachelor Degree from a 4 year college or university. Juris Doctor degree preferred. Admission to State Bar (if a JD candidate) is essential. Must have 5+ years related experience with construction claims. Excellent customer service skill is essential. Excellent written and oral communication skill is essential. Thorough knowledge of claim procedures, policies, terminology, etc. is essential. Computer proficient with Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel and Outlook is essential. Doctorate or better in Law is essential. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-18

Claims Attorney/litigation Specialist - Construction Defect

Westerville OH Claims Attorney/Litigation Specialist - Construction Defect The candidate will handle suits on third party litigated construction defect claim files, including collaborating with and managing outside counsel as assigned. Will analyze coverage issues on litigated claim files, and claim files with potential for litigation. Assist with negotiations, mediations, arbitrations and settlement procedures as assigned. Attend and provide litigation advice in claim review meetings. Coordinate referral with AVP of Claims or VP of Claims on other litigated claims requests to outside counsel. Conduct legal research as necessary on pending suit files and as requested by other departments. Conduct audits of litigated claims files. Review company policy forms as needed. Research and write brief opinions on legal issues. Recommend reserve and payment changes as necessary for the file. Provide and report claims information to Senior Management on an as needed basis. Assist Forms Committee; propose changes/ revisions/amendments to company policy forms make appropriate policy language recommendations and draft policy language for new forms. Other duties as assigned by General Counsel, Sr. Claims Management or Executive Management is essential. Bachelor Degree from a 4 year college or university. Juris Doctor degree preferred. Admission to State Bar (if a JD candidate) is essential. Must have 5+ years related experience with construction claims. Excellent customer service skill is essential. Excellent written and oral communication skill is essential. Thorough knowledge of claim procedures, policies, terminology, etc. is essential. Computer proficient with Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel and Outlook is essential. Doctorate or better in Law is essential. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-18

Senior Counsel, Group Benefits Litigation

Brea CA Senior Counsel, Group Benefits Litigation The candidate will be part of the Law Department s Corporate P&C Group responsible for managing litigation brought against Group Benefits business including ERISA and non-ERISA matters arising from claims submitted under group insurance policies. The attorney will report to the Managing Assistant General Counsel for the Group Benefits business. Manage litigation arising out of Hartford s Group benefits business, including ERISA governed claims, Non-ERISA claims, and potential extra-contractual liabilities. Counsel line of business clients on a wide range of legal matters by providing practical legal advice. Develop and execute litigation strategy. Select and manage outside counsel and other litigation vendors. Partner with outside counsel in day-to-day case management and strategic decision-making. Manage costs associated with outside counsel and other litigation activities. Communicate and coordinate with line business management, and business lawyers to develop and execute strategy. Serve as liaison between outside counsel and in-house clients. Advise on other projects including regulatory inquires. Participate in the development and implementation of settlement and mediation strategy; attend mediations as required.

A Juris doctorate (J.D.) required; CT Bar license preferred, or must qualify as authorized house counsel in compliance with Connecticut s rules. Regulatory experience strongly preferred. Should have 5 years of litigation practice experience. Significant experience with commercial litigation, Group Benefits and ERISA litigation experience strongly preferred. Must have superior analytical and critical thinking skills. Should have strong verbal and written communication skills. Collaborative, team-oriented work style, with effective interpersonal skills are needed.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-17

Attorney - Healthcare Litigation

Tampa FL Attorney - Healthcare Litigation The candidate should have background in healthcare litigation who has the desire to work in environment with a broad range of legal and healthcare professionals. Principal Duties and Responsibilities; Member of the legal services team. Manage records requests and conduct investigations. Review medical records. Attend legal events. Review pleadings and discovery. Coordinate defense work with healthcare providers. Assist outside counsel as needed. Contract review as needed. 5 years of recent experience in Florida healthcare litigation with an established law firm is preferred. Law degree from an accredited law school is desired. Knowledge/experience with federal and state regulations for assisted living, skilled nursing, and home health agencies and related ancillary services is desired. Nursing/mid-level practitioner licensure a plus. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-14

Litigation Attorney

Denver CO Litigation Attorney Duties: Provide legal advice to L48 clients in anticipation of litigation. Manage a large and diverse docket of legal cases in multiple jurisdictions. Recommend retention of qualified outside counsel to represent L48 s interests in litigated/arbitrated matters. Direct the work of outside counsel to ensure the highest quality of legal representation in a cost-effective manner. Conduct early assessment of facts and law in order to communicate the associated risk to L48 clients, members of the L48 financial department and colleagues on the L48 legal team. Work with L48 clients, paralegal, discovery specialist and consultants to meet discovery obligations. Budget for outside counsel spend and manage cases to stay within budget expectations. Operate as an effective member of the L48 legal team.

Qualifications: JD Degree with strong academic record from an ABA accredited U.S. law school. An active license in good standing to practice law in any state in the U.S. If not licensed to practice in Colorado, should be willing and able to become licensed in the state. 5+ years of civil litigation experience with a top-tier law firm and/or with a large corporation. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Aptitude for creative thinking and problem solving. Demonstrated capability and desire to build knowledge in new areas of law. Significant experience with electronic discovery. Detail-oriented with the ability to organize and manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment. Ability to handle a substantial volume of work and to manage competing deadlines. Ability to understand L48 s business objectives and risk tolerance, in order to formulate appropriate legal/litigation strategy. Ability to consistently exercise superior legal judgment and common sense. Ability to work collaboratively within the L48 legal team structure. Must be self-motivated with the ability to work independently. Strong commitment to a work environment exemplified by mutual trust, respect and inclusion. Desirable criteria & qualifications: Prior experience representing upstream E&P energy companies in substantive litigation. Strong technical knowledge of the upstream E&P business, the legal issues typically encountered and the agreements that govern the relationships between the parties. Experience litigating in Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Wyoming, and/or Louisiana. Ability to interact with, and inspire confidence in, individuals at all levels of the organization. Closing Date: 10-Dec-2018
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-14

Litigation Senior Supervising Attorney

New York City NY Litigation Senior Supervising Attorney Responsibilities: Responsible for hiring, directing, coaching, mentoring, attorneys, fellows, and/or paralegals. Supervisory functions include overseeing workflow, evaluating and managing performance including setting goals and objectives, providing mentoring and professional development opportunities, making recommendations for promotions and compensation adjustments, handling discipline and responding to grievances from staff under their supervision. Manage, lead, and support complex refugee and immigrants rights litigation, work closely with teams of staff attorneys, fellows, paralegals, direct services attorneys, and co-counsel from law firms and other non-profit organizations. Undertake all aspects of such litigation, including preparing pre-litigation memoranda; drafting pleadings, briefs, and declarations; interviewing clients; managing discovery, including taking and defending depositions; handling oral argument and evidentiary hearings; and reaching out to and providing informational material to affected communities. Develop and initiate new litigation to assist with refugees and other displaced persons. Stay abreast of developments in the law and practice that affect refugees and other displaced persons. Represent IRAP at conferences, in the media, and in public speaking engagements. Participate in and lead internal organizational tasks that support the organization and the department through a period of growth and innovation.

Qualifications: Law degree and license to practice law in New York. If a candidate is moving to New York for the position and is not licensed to practice in New York, willingness to apply for the New York Bar. 5+ years out of law school. The title for this position will depend on the candidate s experience level. Experience playing a significant role in litigating complex civil cases and class actions. Experience with immigration law and/or Administrative Procedure Act litigation is a plus. Commitment to developing a thoughtful and effective supervisory relationship with supervisees, including managing supervisees workflow and performance, providing feedback, and structuring professional development opportunities. Prior supervisory experience is preferred. Strong research, writing, and analytical skills. Ability to develop new and creative legal theories. Strong interpersonal and communications skills. Prior experience working with vulnerable populations and survivors of trauma preferred. Strong organizational and project management skills, including the ability to manage a high volume workload and to respond to urgent situations. Interest in working in a dynamic and innovative office that seeks to respond effectively to changing landscape and needs. Fluency in oral and written English. Additional languages are a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-14

Litigation/Trial Attorney

Chicago IL Litigation/Trial Attorney The candidate will handle all phases of the litigation and trial process. Will conduct initial case investigation and review evidence. Draft, edit and revise documents. Research unique legal issues by identifying applicable statutes and judicial decisions. Keep abreast of legislative changes. Develop solutions to complex legal questions. Provide training to companies and individuals on substantive legal topics and updates. Assist with the marketing of existing/new services. Be active in Bar association(s) is essential. Must have excellent writing skills, 2+ years of complex Litigation experience, and Excellent academic credentials. Should have JD degree and Michigan Bar License. Internship or work experience in the legal field is desired. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-14

Litigation Senior Supervising Attorney

New York City NY Litigation Senior Supervising Attorney Responsibilities: Responsible for hiring, directing, coaching, mentoring, attorneys, fellows, and/or paralegals. Supervisory functions include overseeing workflow, evaluating and managing performance including setting goals and objectives, providing mentoring and professional development opportunities, making recommendations for promotions and compensation adjustments, handling discipline and responding to grievances from staff under their supervision. Manage, lead, and support complex refugee and immigrants rights litigation, work closely with teams of staff attorneys, fellows, paralegals, direct services attorneys, and co-counsel from law firms and other non-profit organizations. Undertake all aspects of such litigation, including preparing pre-litigation memoranda; drafting pleadings, briefs, and declarations; interviewing clients; managing discovery, including taking and defending depositions; handling oral argument and evidentiary hearings; and reaching out to and providing informational material to affected communities. Develop and initiate new litigation to assist with refugees and other displaced persons. Stay abreast of developments in the law and practice that affect refugees and other displaced persons. Represent IRAP at conferences, in the media, and in public speaking engagements. Participate in and lead internal organizational tasks that support the organization and the department through a period of growth and innovation.

Qualifications: Law degree and license to practice law in New York. If a candidate is moving to New York for the position and is not licensed to practice in New York, willingness to apply for the New York Bar. 5+ years out of law school. The title for this position will depend on the candidate s experience level. Experience playing a significant role in litigating complex civil cases and class actions. Experience with immigration law and/or Administrative Procedure Act litigation is a plus. Commitment to developing a thoughtful and effective supervisory relationship with supervisees, including managing supervisees workflow and performance, providing feedback, and structuring professional development opportunities. Prior supervisory experience is preferred. Strong research, writing, and analytical skills. Ability to develop new and creative legal theories. Strong interpersonal and communications skills. Prior experience working with vulnerable populations and survivors of trauma preferred. Strong organizational and project management skills, including the ability to manage a high volume workload and to respond to urgent situations. Interest in working in a dynamic and innovative office that seeks to respond effectively to changing landscape and needs. Fluency in oral and written English. Additional languages are a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-14

Associate General Counsel North America IP Litigation

Parsippany NJ Associate General Counsel North America IP Litigation Date: Sep 4, 2018 Location: Parsippany, New Jersey, US, 07054 Company: Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Company Info Teva is a global pharmaceutical leader and the world s largest generic medicines producer, committed to improving health and increasing access to quality health solutions worldwide. Our employees are at the core of our success, with colleagues in over 80 countries delivering the world s largest medicine cabinet to 200 million people every day. We offer a uniquely diverse portfolio of products and solutions for patients and we ve built a promising pipeline centered around our core therapeutic areas. We are continually developing patient-centric solutions and significantly growing both our generic and specialty medicines business through investment in research and development, marketing, business development and innovation. This is how we improve health and enable people to live better, healthier lives. Join us on our journey of growth! Job Description Teva Pharmaceuticals, a leading global specialty pharmaceutical company and the largest manufacturer of generic medicines worldwide, is seeking a qualified IP litigation attorney. The ideal candidate is graduate from a top law school, a member of the bar in good standing in at least one state and is admitted to practice in federal court. Additionally, the candidate is preferably is licensed to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, possesses significant litigation experience in ANDA/Hatch-Waxman patent litigation as well as litigation under the BPCIA, and is either admitted to practice in New Jersey or is eligible to apply for the limited New Jersey limited in-house legal license. This position is located in Parsippany, New Jersey. The primary responsibilities of this position will be: Manage substantial docket of Hatch-Waxman patent litigations and other IP litigations; Manage external counsel, including work product, budgets, and invoices; Assist in the development of claims and defenses in patent litigation; Assist in making case strategy decisions; Oversee discovery efforts for assigned North American (U.S. and Canadian) patent litigation; Attend key depositions, hearings, arguments and trials; Communicate key matters and issues to the Vice President & General Counsel, North America Intellectual Property Litigation as well as other team members and clients in the Commercial, Operations, R&D and Regulatory Affairs departments at Teva; Advise various internal business partners on all aspects of pharmaceutical, regulatory and patent law, including exclusivity periods, potential launch dates, Qualifications Six to ten years of experience litigating Hatch-Waxman and BPCIA cases with a law firm or in-house with a generic, brand or specialty pharmaceutical company. Experience taking/defending depositions and managing trials is essential. This position also requires the ability to conduct approximately 25% to 35% domestic travel. Function Legal & IP Sub Function Intellectual Property/Patent Law Reports To Vice President & General Counsel, North America Intellectual Propery Litigation Teva s Equal Employment Opportunity Commitment Teva Pharmaceuticals is committed to equal opportunity in employment. It is Teva's global policy that equal employment opportunity be provided without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, disability, pregnancy, medical condition, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, ancestry, national or ethnic origin or any other legally recognized status entitled to protection under applicable laws. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-12
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Counsel 3 - Financial Operations And Technology Attorney For Global Services
In-House,Wells Fargo
Location : Charlotte, NC, United States

Counsel III - Financial Operations and Technology Attorney for Global Services The candidate will work with bank?s enterprise global services in sourcing and transitioning operations and technology activities to bank?s global in-house centers and ex... + read more

oct 19, 2018


Attorney
In-House,GEICO.
Location : Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States

Attorney The candidate handles and manages litigation files from inception through trial. Capable of researching laws, preparing legal briefs, motions, pleadings, discovery, opinions and memoranda. Render opinions on liability, damage and case value... + read more

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Claims Attorney/litigation Specialist - Construction Defect
Refer job# GKUM141014
 
Claims Attorney/Litigation Specialist - Construction Defect The candidate will handle suits on third party litigated construction defect claim files, including collaborating with and managing outside counsel as assigned. Will analyze coverage issues on litigated claim files, and claim files with potential for litigation. Assist with negotiations, mediations, arbitrations and settlement procedures as assigned. Attend and provide litigation advice in claim review meetings. Coordinate referral with AVP of Claims or VP of Claims on other litigated claims requests to outside counsel. Conduct legal research as necessary on pending suit files and as requested by other departments. Conduct audits of litigated claims files. Review company policy forms as needed. Research and write brief opinions on legal issues. Recommend reserve and payment changes as necessary for the file. Provide and report claims information to Senior Management on an as needed basis. Assist Forms Committee; propose changes/ revisions/amendments to company policy forms make appropriate policy language recommendations and draft policy language for new forms. Other duties as assigned by General Counsel, Sr. Claims Management or Executive Management is essential. Bachelor Degree from a 4 year college or university. Juris Doctor degree preferred. Admission to State Bar (if a JD candidate) is essential. Must have 5+ years related experience with construction claims. Excellent customer service skill is essential. Excellent written and oral communication skill is essential. Thorough knowledge of claim procedures, policies, terminology, etc. is essential. Computer proficient with Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel and Outlook is essential. Doctorate or better in Law is essential.
 
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Claims Attorney/litigation Specialist - Construction Defect
Refer job# CZXV141015
 
Claims Attorney/Litigation Specialist - Construction Defect The candidate will handle suits on third party litigated construction defect claim files, including collaborating with and managing outside counsel as assigned. Will analyze coverage issues on litigated claim files, and claim files with potential for litigation. Assist with negotiations, mediations, arbitrations and settlement procedures as assigned. Attend and provide litigation advice in claim review meetings. Coordinate referral with AVP of Claims or VP of Claims on other litigated claims requests to outside counsel. Conduct legal research as necessary on pending suit files and as requested by other departments. Conduct audits of litigated claims files. Review company policy forms as needed. Research and write brief opinions on legal issues. Recommend reserve and payment changes as necessary for the file. Provide and report claims information to Senior Management on an as needed basis. Assist Forms Committee; propose changes/ revisions/amendments to company policy forms make appropriate policy language recommendations and draft policy language for new forms. Other duties as assigned by General Counsel, Sr. Claims Management or Executive Management is essential. Bachelor Degree from a 4 year college or university. Juris Doctor degree preferred. Admission to State Bar (if a JD candidate) is essential. Must have 5+ years related experience with construction claims. Excellent customer service skill is essential. Excellent written and oral communication skill is essential. Thorough knowledge of claim procedures, policies, terminology, etc. is essential. Computer proficient with Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel and Outlook is essential. Doctorate or better in Law is essential.
 
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Claims Attorney/litigation Specialist - Construction Defect
Refer job# DLBK141016
 
Claims Attorney/Litigation Specialist - Construction Defect The candidate will handle suits on third party litigated construction defect claim files, including collaborating with and managing outside counsel as assigned. Will analyze coverage issues on litigated claim files, and claim files with potential for litigation. Assist with negotiations, mediations, arbitrations and settlement procedures as assigned. Attend and provide litigation advice in claim review meetings. Coordinate referral with AVP of Claims or VP of Claims on other litigated claims requests to outside counsel. Conduct legal research as necessary on pending suit files and as requested by other departments. Conduct audits of litigated claims files. Review company policy forms as needed. Research and write brief opinions on legal issues. Recommend reserve and payment changes as necessary for the file. Provide and report claims information to Senior Management on an as needed basis. Assist Forms Committee; propose changes/ revisions/amendments to company policy forms make appropriate policy language recommendations and draft policy language for new forms. Other duties as assigned by General Counsel, Sr. Claims Management or Executive Management is essential. Bachelor Degree from a 4 year college or university. Juris Doctor degree preferred. Admission to State Bar (if a JD candidate) is essential. Must have 5+ years related experience with construction claims. Excellent customer service skill is essential. Excellent written and oral communication skill is essential. Thorough knowledge of claim procedures, policies, terminology, etc. is essential. Computer proficient with Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel and Outlook is essential. Doctorate or better in Law is essential.
 
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Senior Counsel, Group Benefits Litigation
Refer job# SGLA141003
 
Senior Counsel, Group Benefits Litigation The candidate will be part of the Law Department s Corporate P&C Group responsible for managing litigation brought against Group Benefits business including ERISA and non-ERISA matters arising from claims submitted under group insurance policies. The attorney will report to the Managing Assistant General Counsel for the Group Benefits business. Manage litigation arising out of Hartford s Group benefits business, including ERISA governed claims, Non-ERISA claims, and potential extra-contractual liabilities. Counsel line of business clients on a wide range of legal matters by providing practical legal advice. Develop and execute litigation strategy. Select and manage outside counsel and other litigation vendors. Partner with outside counsel in day-to-day case management and strategic decision-making. Manage costs associated with outside counsel and other litigation activities. Communicate and coordinate with line business management, and business lawyers to develop and execute strategy. Serve as liaison between outside counsel and in-house clients. Advise on other projects including regulatory inquires. Participate in the development and implementation of settlement and mediation strategy; attend mediations as required.

A Juris doctorate (J.D.) required; CT Bar license preferred, or must qualify as authorized house counsel in compliance with Connecticut s rules. Regulatory experience strongly preferred. Should have 5 years of litigation practice experience. Significant experience with commercial litigation, Group Benefits and ERISA litigation experience strongly preferred. Must have superior analytical and critical thinking skills. Should have strong verbal and written communication skills. Collaborative, team-oriented work style, with effective interpersonal skills are needed.
 
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Attorney - Healthcare Litigation
Refer job# LZMD140953
 
Attorney - Healthcare Litigation The candidate should have background in healthcare litigation who has the desire to work in environment with a broad range of legal and healthcare professionals. Principal Duties and Responsibilities; Member of the legal services team. Manage records requests and conduct investigations. Review medical records. Attend legal events. Review pleadings and discovery. Coordinate defense work with healthcare providers. Assist outside counsel as needed. Contract review as needed. 5 years of recent experience in Florida healthcare litigation with an established law firm is preferred. Law degree from an accredited law school is desired. Knowledge/experience with federal and state regulations for assisted living, skilled nursing, and home health agencies and related ancillary services is desired. Nursing/mid-level practitioner licensure a plus.
 
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Litigation Attorney
Refer job# HZHP140954
 
Litigation Attorney Duties: Provide legal advice to L48 clients in anticipation of litigation. Manage a large and diverse docket of legal cases in multiple jurisdictions. Recommend retention of qualified outside counsel to represent L48 s interests in litigated/arbitrated matters. Direct the work of outside counsel to ensure the highest quality of legal representation in a cost-effective manner. Conduct early assessment of facts and law in order to communicate the associated risk to L48 clients, members of the L48 financial department and colleagues on the L48 legal team. Work with L48 clients, paralegal, discovery specialist and consultants to meet discovery obligations. Budget for outside counsel spend and manage cases to stay within budget expectations. Operate as an effective member of the L48 legal team.

Qualifications: JD Degree with strong academic record from an ABA accredited U.S. law school. An active license in good standing to practice law in any state in the U.S. If not licensed to practice in Colorado, should be willing and able to become licensed in the state. 5+ years of civil litigation experience with a top-tier law firm and/or with a large corporation. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Aptitude for creative thinking and problem solving. Demonstrated capability and desire to build knowledge in new areas of law. Significant experience with electronic discovery. Detail-oriented with the ability to organize and manage multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment. Ability to handle a substantial volume of work and to manage competing deadlines. Ability to understand L48 s business objectives and risk tolerance, in order to formulate appropriate legal/litigation strategy. Ability to consistently exercise superior legal judgment and common sense. Ability to work collaboratively within the L48 legal team structure. Must be self-motivated with the ability to work independently. Strong commitment to a work environment exemplified by mutual trust, respect and inclusion. Desirable criteria & qualifications: Prior experience representing upstream E&P energy companies in substantive litigation. Strong technical knowledge of the upstream E&P business, the legal issues typically encountered and the agreements that govern the relationships between the parties. Experience litigating in Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Wyoming, and/or Louisiana. Ability to interact with, and inspire confidence in, individuals at all levels of the organization. Closing Date: 10-Dec-2018
 
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Litigation Senior Supervising Attorney
Refer job# DQLZ140955
 
Litigation Senior Supervising Attorney Responsibilities: Responsible for hiring, directing, coaching, mentoring, attorneys, fellows, and/or paralegals. Supervisory functions include overseeing workflow, evaluating and managing performance including setting goals and objectives, providing mentoring and professional development opportunities, making recommendations for promotions and compensation adjustments, handling discipline and responding to grievances from staff under their supervision. Manage, lead, and support complex refugee and immigrants rights litigation, work closely with teams of staff attorneys, fellows, paralegals, direct services attorneys, and co-counsel from law firms and other non-profit organizations. Undertake all aspects of such litigation, including preparing pre-litigation memoranda; drafting pleadings, briefs, and declarations; interviewing clients; managing discovery, including taking and defending depositions; handling oral argument and evidentiary hearings; and reaching out to and providing informational material to affected communities. Develop and initiate new litigation to assist with refugees and other displaced persons. Stay abreast of developments in the law and practice that affect refugees and other displaced persons. Represent IRAP at conferences, in the media, and in public speaking engagements. Participate in and lead internal organizational tasks that support the organization and the department through a period of growth and innovation.

Qualifications: Law degree and license to practice law in New York. If a candidate is moving to New York for the position and is not licensed to practice in New York, willingness to apply for the New York Bar. 5+ years out of law school. The title for this position will depend on the candidate s experience level. Experience playing a significant role in litigating complex civil cases and class actions. Experience with immigration law and/or Administrative Procedure Act litigation is a plus. Commitment to developing a thoughtful and effective supervisory relationship with supervisees, including managing supervisees workflow and performance, providing feedback, and structuring professional development opportunities. Prior supervisory experience is preferred. Strong research, writing, and analytical skills. Ability to develop new and creative legal theories. Strong interpersonal and communications skills. Prior experience working with vulnerable populations and survivors of trauma preferred. Strong organizational and project management skills, including the ability to manage a high volume workload and to respond to urgent situations. Interest in working in a dynamic and innovative office that seeks to respond effectively to changing landscape and needs. Fluency in oral and written English. Additional languages are a plus.
 
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Litigation/Trial Attorney
Refer job# GGTW140957
 
Litigation/Trial Attorney The candidate will handle all phases of the litigation and trial process. Will conduct initial case investigation and review evidence. Draft, edit and revise documents. Research unique legal issues by identifying applicable statutes and judicial decisions. Keep abreast of legislative changes. Develop solutions to complex legal questions. Provide training to companies and individuals on substantive legal topics and updates. Assist with the marketing of existing/new services. Be active in Bar association(s) is essential. Must have excellent writing skills, 2+ years of complex Litigation experience, and Excellent academic credentials. Should have JD degree and Michigan Bar License. Internship or work experience in the legal field is desired.
 
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Litigation Senior Supervising Attorney
Refer job# DYCD140959
 
Litigation Senior Supervising Attorney Responsibilities: Responsible for hiring, directing, coaching, mentoring, attorneys, fellows, and/or paralegals. Supervisory functions include overseeing workflow, evaluating and managing performance including setting goals and objectives, providing mentoring and professional development opportunities, making recommendations for promotions and compensation adjustments, handling discipline and responding to grievances from staff under their supervision. Manage, lead, and support complex refugee and immigrants rights litigation, work closely with teams of staff attorneys, fellows, paralegals, direct services attorneys, and co-counsel from law firms and other non-profit organizations. Undertake all aspects of such litigation, including preparing pre-litigation memoranda; drafting pleadings, briefs, and declarations; interviewing clients; managing discovery, including taking and defending depositions; handling oral argument and evidentiary hearings; and reaching out to and providing informational material to affected communities. Develop and initiate new litigation to assist with refugees and other displaced persons. Stay abreast of developments in the law and practice that affect refugees and other displaced persons. Represent IRAP at conferences, in the media, and in public speaking engagements. Participate in and lead internal organizational tasks that support the organization and the department through a period of growth and innovation.

Qualifications: Law degree and license to practice law in New York. If a candidate is moving to New York for the position and is not licensed to practice in New York, willingness to apply for the New York Bar. 5+ years out of law school. The title for this position will depend on the candidate s experience level. Experience playing a significant role in litigating complex civil cases and class actions. Experience with immigration law and/or Administrative Procedure Act litigation is a plus. Commitment to developing a thoughtful and effective supervisory relationship with supervisees, including managing supervisees workflow and performance, providing feedback, and structuring professional development opportunities. Prior supervisory experience is preferred. Strong research, writing, and analytical skills. Ability to develop new and creative legal theories. Strong interpersonal and communications skills. Prior experience working with vulnerable populations and survivors of trauma preferred. Strong organizational and project management skills, including the ability to manage a high volume workload and to respond to urgent situations. Interest in working in a dynamic and innovative office that seeks to respond effectively to changing landscape and needs. Fluency in oral and written English. Additional languages are a plus.
 
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Associate General Counsel North America IP Litigation
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Associate General Counsel North America IP Litigation Date: Sep 4, 2018 Location: Parsippany, New Jersey, US, 07054 Company: Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. Company Info Teva is a global pharmaceutical leader and the world s largest generic medicines producer, committed to improving health and increasing access to quality health solutions worldwide. Our employees are at the core of our success, with colleagues in over 80 countries delivering the world s largest medicine cabinet to 200 million people every day. We offer a uniquely diverse portfolio of products and solutions for patients and we ve built a promising pipeline centered around our core therapeutic areas. We are continually developing patient-centric solutions and significantly growing both our generic and specialty medicines business through investment in research and development, marketing, business development and innovation. This is how we improve health and enable people to live better, healthier lives. Join us on our journey of growth! Job Description Teva Pharmaceuticals, a leading global specialty pharmaceutical company and the largest manufacturer of generic medicines worldwide, is seeking a qualified IP litigation attorney. The ideal candidate is graduate from a top law school, a member of the bar in good standing in at least one state and is admitted to practice in federal court. Additionally, the candidate is preferably is licensed to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office, possesses significant litigation experience in ANDA/Hatch-Waxman patent litigation as well as litigation under the BPCIA, and is either admitted to practice in New Jersey or is eligible to apply for the limited New Jersey limited in-house legal license. This position is located in Parsippany, New Jersey. The primary responsibilities of this position will be: Manage substantial docket of Hatch-Waxman patent litigations and other IP litigations; Manage external counsel, including work product, budgets, and invoices; Assist in the development of claims and defenses in patent litigation; Assist in making case strategy decisions; Oversee discovery efforts for assigned North American (U.S. and Canadian) patent litigation; Attend key depositions, hearings, arguments and trials; Communicate key matters and issues to the Vice President & General Counsel, North America Intellectual Property Litigation as well as other team members and clients in the Commercial, Operations, R&D and Regulatory Affairs departments at Teva; Advise various internal business partners on all aspects of pharmaceutical, regulatory and patent law, including exclusivity periods, potential launch dates, Qualifications Six to ten years of experience litigating Hatch-Waxman and BPCIA cases with a law firm or in-house with a generic, brand or specialty pharmaceutical company. Experience taking/defending depositions and managing trials is essential. This position also requires the ability to conduct approximately 25% to 35% domestic travel. Function Legal & IP Sub Function Intellectual Property/Patent Law Reports To Vice President & General Counsel, North America Intellectual Propery Litigation Teva s Equal Employment Opportunity Commitment Teva Pharmaceuticals is committed to equal opportunity in employment. It is Teva's global policy that equal employment opportunity be provided without regard to age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, disability, pregnancy, medical condition, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, ancestry, national or ethnic origin or any other legally recognized status entitled to protection under applicable laws.
 
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