Hot Jobs

MCCA sends out an email blast of Hot Job announcements to our network on the last Friday of every month.  The positions listed in the Hot Jobs announcements are open to all MCCA member companies and law firms. All others wishing to advertise their open positions to our diverse network may post them through MCCA’s Job Bank.

This Hot Jobs announcement email service is provided in addition to the MCCA Job Bank.  Employers have access to a host of tools and features and will be able to post new positions for the low price of $300 for MCCA Members and $400 for MCCA Non-Members.

Past Monthly Hot Jobs

HOT JOBS – AUGUST 2017
HOT JOBS – JULY 2017

Please visit the MCCA Job Bank at http://jobbank.mcca.com to post your open position and look for your next opportunity today!

If your company or law firm is a member of MCCA and you would like to submit a job announcement to be included in MCCA’s exclusive Hot Jobs email blast, please email MCCA, at hotjobs@mcca.com to receive the requisite form.  All forms must be submitted by 5:00 pm EST on the 20th of the month before the listings are to be sent.

Hot Jobs – September 2017

Class Action FlexTime Attorney – Discovery

Position: Class Action FlexTime Attorney – Discovery
Company: Littler Mendelson
Location: National

Description: Littler seeks a Class Action, Discovery FlexTime Attorney, an alternative track position. This is not a contract attorney position dedicated to document review. Rather, a Discovery FlexTime Attorney is a law firm employee, who works from his or her home, has reduced billable-hour goals, and limited non-billable requirements. The position is well suited for a lawyer who is looking for interesting, challenging work and a more flexible work schedule. An incumbent in the firm’s Discovery FlexTime Attorney position will, among other things, assist litigation teams in formulating a discovery strategy for the case, draft discovery requests and responses, evaluate the opposing party’s requests and responses, review documents and oversee document productions, and conduct discovery-related legal research where appropriate for litigation.

Attorneys with a minimum of 3 years of labor and employment litigation experience (including both single plaintiff employment litigation and wage and hour class/collective action experience) are preferred. Qualified candidates must be and remain licensed to practice law and in good standing in the state of employment and at least one United States District Court. During employment, the incumbent must meet requirements for continuing licensure for law practice. No Recruiters – principals only.

Qualifications: Minimum 3 years of Labor and Employment experience.

Class Action FlexTime Attorney – Early Case Evaluation

Position: Class Action FlexTime Attorney – Early Case Evaluation
Company: Littler Mendelson
Location: National

Description: Littler Mendelson P.C. seeks a Class Action, Early Case Evaluation FlexTime Attorney, an alternative track position. This is not a contract attorney position. An Early Case Evaluation FlexTime Attorney is a law firm employee, who works from his or her home with limited non-billable requirements. The position is well suited for a lawyer who is looking for interesting, challenging work and a more flexible work schedule. An incumbent in the firm’s Early Case Evaluation FlexTime Attorney position will, among other things, investigate and prepare a merits-based legal assessment and strategic plan for each lawsuit, including identifying and reviewing pertinent documents and interviewing relevant witnesses, most often by telephone. After completion of an investigation, and consistent with the client’s litigation philosophy, an Early Case Evaluation FlexTime Attorney will assess the legal risk associated with the lawsuit and complete a written Early Case Evaluation report, including a recommendation for how the litigation should proceed and settlement value of the case.

Attorneys with a minimum of 6 years of substantive labor and employment litigation (including both single plaintiff employment litigation and wage and hour class/collective action experience) are preferred. Candidates with employment litigation trial experience are strongly preferred. Qualified candidates must be and remain licensed to practice law and in good standing in the state of employment and at least one United States District Court. During employment, the incumbent must meet requirements for continuing licensure for law practice. No Recruiters – Principals only.

Qualifications: Minimum 6 years of Labor and Employment experience.

Labor & Employment Associate (Cleveland, OH)

Position: Labor & Employment Associate
Company: Littler Mendelson
Location: Cleveland, OH

Description: The Cleveland office is seeking an associate with 1-3 years of labor and employment experience. Applicants must have a demonstrated interest in the practice of labor and employment law, such as prior professional experience and law school coursework. The successful candidate will have strong academic credentials and excellent research and writing skills. Experience in traditional labor law is preferred. Candidates must be licensed to practice in Ohio. No recruiters – principals only.

Qualifications: 1-3 years of Labor and Employment experience.

Labor & Employment Associate (Columbus, OH)

Position: Labor & Employment Associate
Company: Littler Mendelson
Location: Columbus, OH

Description: The Columbus office is looking for a highly qualified associate with 2-5 years of employment and labor law experience. The candidate should possess excellent academic credentials, a strong work ethic, and her/his experience should include litigation and a labor and employment law background. Judicial clerkships or interning will be considered a plus. Candidate must be licensed to practice in Ohio.No recruiters – principals only.

Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice in the world exclusively devoted to representing management. With more than 1,200 attorneys in over 75 offices worldwide Littler serves as the single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 70 years. Littler is the collective trade name for an international legal practice, the practicing entities of which are separate and distinct professional firms.For more information visit: www.littler.com

Qualifications: 2-5 years of Labor and Employment experience.

Discovery FlexTime Attorney

Position: Discovery FlexTime Attorney
Company: Littler Mendelson
Location: National

Description: Littler Mendelson P.C. seeks a Discovery FlexTime Attorney, an alternative track position. This is not a contract attorney position dedicated to document review. Rather, a Discovery FlexTime Attorney is a law firm employee, who works from his or her home, has reduced billable-hour goals, and limited non-billable requirements. The position is well suited for a lawyer who is looking for interesting, challenging work and a more flexible work schedule. An incumbent in the firm’s Discovery FlexTime Attorney position will, among other things, assist litigation teams in formulating a discovery strategy for the case, draft discovery requests and responses, evaluate the opposing party’s requests and responses, review documents and oversee document productions, and conduct discovery-related legal research where appropriate for litigation.

Attorneys with a minimum of 3 years of labor and employment litigation experience are preferred. Qualified candidates must be and remain licensed to practice law and in good standing in the state of employment and at least one United States District Court. During employment, the incumbent must meet requirements for continuing licensure for law practice. No Recruiters – principals only.

Qualifications: Minimum 3 years of Labor and Employment experience.

Early Case Evaluation FlexTime Attorney

Position: Early Case Evaluation FlexTime Attorney
Company: Littler Mendelson
Location: National

Description: Littler seeks an Early Case Evaluation FlexTime Attorney, an alternative track position. This is not a contract attorney position. An Early Case Evaluation FlexTime Attorney is a law firm employee, who works from his or her home with limited non-billable requirements. The position is well suited for a lawyer who is looking for interesting, challenging work and a more flexible work schedule. An incumbent in the firm’s Early Case Evaluation FlexTime Attorney position will, among other things, investigate and prepare a merits-based legal assessment for each lawsuit, including identifying and reviewing pertinent documents and interviewing relevant witnesses, most often by telephone. After completion of an investigation, and consistent with the client’s litigation philosophy, an Early Case Evaluation FlexTime Attorney will assess the legal risk associated with the lawsuit and complete a written Early Case Evaluation report, including a recommendation for how the litigation should proceed and settlement value of the case.

Attorneys with a minimum of 6 years of substantive labor and employment litigation experience are preferred. Candidates with employment litigation trial experience are strongly preferred. Qualified candidates must be and remain licensed to practice law and in good standing in the state of employment and at least one United States District Court. During employment, the incumbent must meet requirements for continuing licensure for law practice. No Recruiters – Principals only.

Qualifications: Minimum 6 years of Labor and Employment experience.

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