Job: Civil Commercial Litigation Associate Lawyer
|Title||Civil Commercial Litigation Associate Lawyer|
|Salary||Negotiable – AAE –|
Civil/Commercial Litigation Associate Lawyer +;
One of our prestigious law firm clients is seeking to appoint an Associate/Lawyer to work as a generalist litigator, both commercial and civil cases. Ideally we/our client are seeking an Associate with 10 PQE+. Our selected lawyer should feel comfortable taking depositions and difficult handling hearings. Possess a successful trial and commercial record
General/Commercial Litigation – Lawyers, Associates and future Designate Partners.
Through experience you have learnt that business disputes often involve partners, shareholders, customer or other separate business entities, based mainly locally, but sometimes at nationwide locations. Civil disputes can involve many sorts of case from property through to collection of debts.
Business disputes range anywhere from contract disputes to tort claims. Frequently, business disputes can be resolved prior to the filing of a formal complaint through negotiations/ADR.
As an ambitious and tenacious lawyer you are always pleased to assist clients, in a wide-range of business/civil matters, including, some of the categories listed below in our list of dispute cases. Working as a business/civil dispute lawyer you’re going to come across complex cases. When the stakes and risks are high, you know that you must perform to succeed.
In addition to your courtroom skills, you have also achieved dramatic wins for you valued local clients using Mediation/ADR. Your knowledge of the law and litigation enables you to quickly analyse the strengths and weaknesses of a case and size up the opposition.
A professional secret that you know is that case can be won, by using clever strategy in the courtroom or mediation office. This will dictate the value of the settlement for your client, and this business, it’s all about the settlement and winning. You’re the sort of lawyer that acts quickly and decisively to minimise your client’s financial risk. That’s the name of the game, and let’s faces it; you’re a winning Associate with a list of valued clients that a new employer law firm would really like to acquire.
We are seeking civil/commercial litigation lawyer currently working as an Associate, who is looking for their next career move. There is a lot of action here in the South West and as one of the most desirable locations in the UK, need we say more….
You have experience working with your clients tackling their problems, either through mediation practice, or battling it out in the courtroom.
Below is a list of Business Dispute categories; you have worked in some of these sectors.
Your experience involving Breach of Contract work:
• The rules of contract interpretation may vary. As the smart Associate you know the litigious way forward, your client’s business has been damaged as a result of a breach of contract and you can already smell the sweet success of the settlement.
Shareholder Freeze-Out and Squeeze-Out Litigation.
Your experience working as a trial lawyer, equips you with the experience and skill; when prosecuting or defending clients in shareholder or member of partnership disputes. Some of these cases involve businesses of varying sizes, including businesses worth considerable sums of money.
Whether through litigation or mediation, you work with the business owners, forensic accountants, business valuators and certified fraud examiners to achieve a successful outcome.
As a successful attorney you have represented clients in complex shareholder, partnership and company membership disputes.
Representing your valued clients, you have assisted with prosecution or defending cases such as:
Identification with our job description means that you are the sort of associate that we would really like to represent and show to our clients.
Please make contact with us and send in your CV.
Only with your permission we will send your CV-document to our client.
They will then want to meet with you, to discuss your career options.
Contact either Jonny Scott-Slater or Ashley Armstrong