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Description: Bankruptcy Litigation

Position: Associate

Notes: Firm is seeking an associate with 3-5 years of complex commercial and/or bankruptcy litigation and courtroom experience, which should include the prosecution and defense of motions in state, federal and bankruptcy courts. DE bar required, PA or NJ bar preferred.

This business law firm has four US offices and operates a representative office in China. The firm services national and international clients that include public and private, middle market, and emerging companies as well as private equity funds, entrepreneurs, non-profit organizations, trusts and estates. Practice areas include Business Reorganization; Compensation and Benefits; Corporate and Securities; Environmental; Estate Planning and Probate; Intellectual Property; Labor and Employment; Litigation; Public Law; Real Estate and Tax. Industries the firm concentrates in include Banking; Healthcare; China; Polymer, Plastics & Packaging; Transportation and Logistics; Franchising.

Years Experience: (3 - 5)


Bar Requirements: Delaware


Location: USA - DE - Wilmington

Date Opened: 08/02/2018

Code: 4503468

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