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McElroy, Deutsch, Mulvaney & Carpenter, LLP. - Rochester, NY

Practice areas include commercial litigation and toxic tort defense. Opportunities available in our Rochester, New York Office as we expand the Commercial...

MillerBlowers - Washington, DC

Office is seeking a commercial litigation associate with 3-5 years of sophisticated experience. A national law firm with a prestigious Washington D.C....

The Partners Group - Atlanta, GA

Our close client, a global law firm, is seeking to hire a mid-level litigation associate with 3+ years of complex litigation experience with a strong preference...

The Dweck Law Firm, LLP - New York, NY

Small Midtown Commercial Litigation Firm. Seek an Associate 2 - 3 years experience NY and NJ Bar Required. Forward Resume and Salary Requirements....

Home Depot - Atlanta, GA

Commercial litigation experience—experience in litigation involving contract disputes, business torts, class actions, construction, and real estate law....

Robinson & Cole LLP - Providence, RI

Robinson & Cole LLP, an Am Law 200 firm serving regional, national, and international clients from nine offices throughout the Northeast, Florida, and...

Abelson Legal Search - Philadelphia, PA

Candidates with strong exposure to other commercial litigation specialties will be considered on an individual basis, but are encouraged to apply....

Oved & Oved LLP - New York, NY

Boutique TriBeCa, New York based full service law firm seeks a commercial litigation associate with a minimum of 7 years of solid complex state and federal...

Gallet Dreyer & Berkey LLP - New York, NY

Litigation associate for 25-lawyer mid-town Manhattan general practice law firm, with 2-6 years experience. Practice involves a wide variety of areas, including...

Nissenbaum Law Group, LLC - Union, NJ

We prefer commercial law experience, including handling a number of complex commercial litigation matters or transactional matters (and better yet, both)....


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