Employment Lawyer Jobs in New York
Handle, review and coordinate activities involved in complex long tail and latent type claims. Required experience includes, but is not limited to: Reviewing loss notices, interpreting policy coverage, establishing reserves, handling claims involving primary, excess, and umbrella coverage, coordinating defense counsel, expert witnesses, and generally supporting defense, evaluating liability and da...
Client Development Consultant-Buffalo, NY/Erie, PA Primary Objective(s) The Client Development Consultant (CDC) is responsible for developing and growing new customer accounts in the legal community within an assigned territory. Each territory consists of a large base of small/solo (1-29 attorney) firms. The CDC will utilize their prospecting and consultative selling skills, high energy and initia...
Primary Objective(s) The Client Development Consultant (CDC) is responsible for developing and growing new customer accounts in the legal community within an assigned territory. Each territory consists of a large base of small/solo (1-29 attorney) firms. The CDC will utilize their prospecting and consultative selling skills, high energy and initiative to identify opportunities to provide FindLaw w...
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Is it legal for a company to "not" pay you atleast 1.5x your normal pay when you surpass 40 hours fo...
At my current job, most of the employees are part-time workers, and they try to schedule us to under 30 hours for the week. A lot of times we are called in for additional hours which sometimes puts us...
How can I sue the US Gov't on a employment issue from Korea?
I am in the Army, and while accompanying me on my assignment in Korea, my wife got hired for a civil service job in the grade of GS-11 using provisions of Family Member Appointment. However, shortly ...
I was asked to resign my current job. How to I explain the situation to potential new employers?
The situation revolved around a legal issue that was there before I started. When I discovered it in my first week of employment, I dealt with it appropriately. Without going in to too much detail, ...
Does anyone know of a very good employment lawyer in Toronto?
My dad lost his job, he was in a very high executive position. He wants to get a better settlement than what he was offered, so he wants to get the best lawyer possible. Does anyone know of a real...
How do I expunge a misdermeaner off of my record for employment purposes?
I was told that if I wanted to keep my job working at a Head Start, I needed to do all that I could to prove the charges were alcohol related versus drugs by visiting the OSBI to verify the night in q...
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$50,000.00 - $250,000.00
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Resolves legal issues by researching references; initiating and responding to legal actions.
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Attention to Detail
Client Contact Skills
Prepares legal positions by researching transactional matters.
Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
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