Associate Attorney: Construction Defect Litigation and Insurance Defense Construction, Mining & Trades - Irvine, CA at Geebo

Associate Attorney: Construction Defect Litigation and Insurance Defense

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2 Irvine, CA Irvine, CA Full-time Full-time $85,000 - $150,000 a year $85,000 - $150,000 a year Job Summary Kring & Chung, LLP, an AV rated law firm, seeks an associate attorney for our Irvine office with 2-5 years of experience in construction defect litigation and insurance defense.
The candidate must be licensed to practice law in California.
We are a full-service law firm dedicated to providing quality legal services for businesses and individuals throughout California and Nevada.
We are comprised of accomplished and experienced attorneys with diverse backgrounds in both litigation and transactional matters.
We offer a friendly atmosphere and competitive compensation package including excellent benefits.
Responsibilities and Duties Qualifications and experience include managing a caseload involving construction defect litigation and insurance defense matters.
This will involve conducting legal research, drafting pleadings, motions, discovery, depositions, and other legal documents.
You will also attend hearings, trials, and mediations to represent clients and ensure their best possible outcomes.
Building and maintaining strong relationships with clients, excellent oral advocacy and written communication skills will be an important part of your duties.
Please email your resume in a Microsoft Word or PDF format, along with salary requirements.
Job Type:
Full-time Pay:
$85,000.
00 - $150,000.
00 per year
Benefits:
401(k) Dental insurance Flexible spending account Health insurance Life insurance Paid time off Vision insurance Schedule:
8 hour shift Monday to Friday Work Location:
In person.
Estimated Salary: $20 to $28 per hour based on qualifications.

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