Description:Goldberg Segalla LLP, a national law firm with more than 20 offices in 10 states, has an immediate opportunity for a Partner to join our Toxic Tort practice group in one of our New Jersey or New York offices.
Qualified candidates will be admitted in New Jersey/New York and have 7+ years of experience taking and defending depositions, drafting and arguing dispositive motions, and preparing for arbitrations, mediations and trial. The ideal candidate writes effectively, thinks strategically, and has prior experience in a Toxic Tort practice.
The annualized salary range for this position is $110,000-$250,000. Actual pay may be adjusted based on experience and other job related factors permitted by law. This position also offers bonuses and a full benefits package. Our benefits package includes, but is not limited to, health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, a 401(k) plan, flexible spending, and more.
The Goldberg Segalla approach to teamwork and mentoring fosters career satisfaction and growth. Associates receive both the resources and the opportunities necessary to thrive and succeed, from engaging in various stages of the litigation process, to working with key client teams, to delivering results for both our clients and our firm.
Goldberg Segalla isn't merely a business—we're a community. We value the diversity of our team and strive to create a collaborative and enjoyable culture for everyone, where leadership is rewarded, and efficiency, mutual respect, and working together for the common good are traits we all embody.
Goldberg Segalla is a national civil litigation firm with offices spanning major metro markets across the U.S., providing strategic coverage wherever our clients do business. As a firm of experienced litigators and trial attorneys, Goldberg Segalla's capabilities span business and commercial disputes, employment and labor, insurance coverage, product liability, and more. Today, our more than 400 attorneys are trusted counselors to public and private clients in key sectors and industries including construction and energy, transportation, manufacturing, retail and hospitality, and insurance.