A bit about us:
A boutique employment and business litigation law firm with deep connections in Santa Clara County. The firm is well established and well known in the South Bay Area.
Why join us?
This is a great opportunity for an experienced employment litigation attorney who is looking for growth and ownership. The Managing Partner is looking for someone to take on a more leadership level role in the next few years and become a shareholder. The firm is very flexible with remote options and hours. No billable requirement. Attorney must be in Santa Clara County and able to make appearances.
We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced Employment Litigation Attorney or Senior Employment Litigation Attorney to join our dynamic team. This is a hybrid role that offers the flexibility of remote work along with the collaboration of in-person work in our vibrant office. The successful candidate will handle a wide range of employment litigation matters including wrongful discrimination, wage and hour disputes, wrongful termination, and labor and employment litigation. This position will be an integral part of our legal team, providing high-quality legal services to our clients while working in a fast-paced, collaborative environment.
1. Manage a diverse portfolio of employment litigation matters, including but not limited to, wrongful discrimination, wage and hour disputes, wrongful termination, and labor and employment litigation.
2. Provide legal advice and guidance on a wide range of employment law issues.
3. Represent clients in court and before administrative agencies.
4. Draft, review, and negotiate various legal documents including pleadings, motions, discovery requests, settlement agreements, and employment contracts.
5. Conduct thorough legal research and analysis to advise clients on their legal rights and obligations.
6. Develop and implement effective litigation strategies to achieve favorable outcomes for our clients.
7. Collaborate with other members of the legal team and provide mentorship to junior attorneys.
8. Maintain up-to-date knowledge of current laws, regulations, and trends in the field of employment law.
1. Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an accredited law school.
2. Admission to the CA bar and in good standing.
3. A minimum of 3 years of experience in employment litigation, with a focus on wrongful discrimination, wage and hour disputes, wrongful termination, and labor and employment litigation.
4. Proven track record of successfully representing clients in employment litigation matters.
5. Exceptional legal research, writing, and advocacy skills.
6. Strong negotiation and conflict resolution skills.
7. Ability to manage multiple cases and projects, with a high level of autonomy and independence.
8. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build strong relationships with clients, colleagues, and other stakeholders.
9. Proficiency in using legal software and technology.
10. Commitment to maintaining the highest level of professional ethics and integrity.
11. Ability to work effectively in a hybrid work environment, balancing remote work with in-person collaboration.