California Law Firm seeks 4-7th year labor and employment associate for their Santa Barbara office. This candidate should have experience in wage-and-hour class actions in addition to single plaintiff experience. This is a busy practice, and the associate will have significant case responsibility and client contact. Representative clients include startups and companies in the retail, lodging, agricultural, medical/medical devices, banking, and service sectors as well as some public agencies.
Prestigious Los Angeles Boutique is seeking a Commercial Business Litigation Associate with 2-5 years of experience for its Los Angeles office. The ideal candidate should be driven to have a career in litigation, enjoy analyzing and strategizing on complex legal matters, have strong academic credentials, and have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
An Orange County boutique firm is seeking a commercial finance associate with 3-5 years of experience and strong academic credentials. Candidate must have meaningful experience with commercial finance transactions, drafting and negotiating loan and security documents, managing transactions from inception to closing. Preferred candidate will have solid understanding of UCC Article 9. Experience representing both lenders and borrowers is a plus.
An Orange County boutique firm is seeking a tax associate with 2 to 8 years of experience and strong academic credentials including an L.L.M. in taxation. Preferred candidate will have experience structuring M&A transactions and drafting tax-related transactional documents. Position requires Subchapter K experience. Experience with international tax structuring, tax controversy, or tax credit practice is a plus.
Partner-level tax attorney with strong academic credentials and significant experience working on complex tax structures, particularly in a subchapter K/partnership setting. Also experience with assisting on M&A transactions and drafting tax-related transactional documents including complex joint venture agreements. Experience with 1031 exchanges, REITs, and Section 42 tax credits is a plus.