NEW YORK OFFICE
Associate Attorneys, Litigation
- Litigation Associate Attorney with 10+ years of experience in construction/NYS Labor Law defense and construction defect/property damage practice areas. Must have depositions and court experience. Any insurance coverage experience will also be considered. New York Bar admission required, New Jersey Bar admission a plus but not required. Cullen and Dykman LLP offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefit package. Email your resume, writing sample, cover letter and salary requirements referencing construction litigation associate to Kmccann@cullenanddykman.com.
- Litigation associate attorney with 5+ years of insurance coverage experience. The candidate should have experience in construction risk transfer and New York Labor law cases. Experience should also include interpreting insurance policies, drafting coverage opinions and litigating coverage matters including motions for summary judgment and appeals on coverage related issues. Demonstrable experience litigating declaratory judgment actions is helpful. Risk transfer and insurance coverage experience focused in all construction-related insurance issues is needed.The candidate should have excellent research and writing skills. New York Bar admission required and New Jersey Bar admission is a plus. This is a great opportunity for an attorney with insurance coverage experience looking to join a dynamic team of attorneys. Cullen and Dykman LLP offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefit package. Email resume cover letter, writing sample and salary requirements referencing insurance coverage litigation associate to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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