Los Angeles
Labor & Employment

Plaintiff Side Employer Litigator in Los Angeles, California

Mission Recruiting -

Los Angeles



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Created date:

October 28, 2022

Job description

A law firm with a presence across California seeks a Plaintiff Side Employer Litigator for its Los Angeles office. In this full-time position you will manage a caseload of 20 wrongful termination cases and help initiate new cases. Draft complaints, motions, discovery, and discovery responses; prepare for trial; and aid in wage and hour class action cases. Fluency in Spanish and prior experience in FEHA wrongful termination and/or class action work is preferred. This firm is open to a hybrid schedule and provides benefits including health insurance, unlimited paid time off (PTO), and a 401(k) retirement plan. If you are looking for a new employment litigation opportunity that offers autonomy and high-profile cases that go to federal court, respond now. Highlights:

  • Competitive Salary
  • No Billable Hour Requirement
  • Unlimited Paid Time Off
  • Health Insurance
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan

Mission Recruiting is proud to represent some of the most prestigious organizations in the country. Contact us today to learn how we can help you explore this and other exciting opportunities.

Reference: Attorney - Employment Law - 135739

$125,000 - $150,000
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McKenna Holt


McKenna Holt


Havre, MT

McKenna is an experienced talent acquisition professional dedicated to meeting client and candidate needs promptly. She is an organized, dedicated individual with the ability to multitask to meet various needs. Challenges excite and motivate her. Her interests include skiing, traveling, reading, and spending time with her family.

(949) 508-0638

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Plaintiff Side Employer Litigator in Los Angeles, California

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