Cohen Seglias has an opening in its Philadelphia office for an eDiscovery/Litigation Support Specialist to support the firm’s eDiscovery team throughout the litigation process. The eDiscovery Specialist works closely with attorneys, litigation support, and the IT department to load all pertinent data and ensure that all eDiscovery projects are on track, searches are written in the most efficient and effective way, search terms are properly performed, and results are properly cataloged. This position collaborates closely with the eDiscovery team to ensure a high level of technical service when responding to issues and developing documentation.
The eDiscovery/Litigation Support Specialist provides the hands-on technical aspects of document organization and control, including electronic discovery and document productions in varying electronic formats. This position also manages litigation databases, including design, creation, and maintenance. The eDiscovery/Litigation Support Specialist also oversees data acquisition and delivery to vendors, verifies data integrity, imports images, data and transcripts into databases, exports data, corrects vendor errors, reformats and converts data, and designs forms and reports. Additionally, this position troubleshoots and recommends technical solutions. Candidates must have at least 2-5 years of legal eDiscovery/Litigation Support experience. Experience with Opentext/Recommind and/or IPRO is a plus.
Cohen Seglias has an opening in the Washington, DC office for an associate in our Scientific Misconduct Group. Candidates must have a minimum of 5+ years of litigation or internal investigations experience, strong legal research and writing skills, and strong academic credentials (preferably law review). Candidates must be licensed in Washington, DC and, preferably, either Maryland or Virginia, with a demonstrated proficiency of the local and federal civil procedures rules. The attorney will be required to analyze facts, perform legal research, and prepare written submissions to university committees conducting investigations. Scientific Misconduct represents both scientists and institutions across the United States in matters involving allegations of plagiarism, fabrication, or falsification of data in the context of scientific research supported by federal funds. There would also likely be some civil litigation opportunities. This is an excellent opportunity to join an expanding and dynamic law firm with a very competitive salary and benefits program.
Cohen Seglias has an opening for an IT Support Specialist in our Philadelphia office. This position provides software and hardware Help Desk support for the firm and assists with IT projects as needed. The IT Support Specialist collaborates closely with the IT Department, attorneys, and staff to ensure a high level of technical service when responding to issues. In addition, this position monitors and maintains desktop hardware and software, applies updates and tests software revisions where applicable, and maintains the firm’s software library Candidates must have 2-5 years help desk support experience in a professional firm, preferably a law firm, and 1-2 years of experience with server operating systems or related technology.
Cohen Seglias has an opening for a litigation administrative assistant in our Philadelphia office. The administrative assistant will work directly with assigned attorneys, providing administrative support while facilitating the timely and accurate completion of attorneys’ needs. This position will work as part of a team to coordinate overflow and back up duties.
Candidates must have 2-5 years of litigation experience, e-filing experience, and strong computer skills, specifically with a document management program.
Cohen Seglias has an opening in its Philadelphia office for an associate with a minimum of 2-5 years of litigation experience. Candidates must have construction or commercial law background, strong academic credentials (preferably law review), and strong legal research and writing skills. Candidates must be licensed in Pennsylvania, with a demonstrated proficiency of the state and federal civil procedures. The attorney will be required to analyze facts and perform legal research and writing pertaining to questions of law on federal construction contracting matters. Typical duties will include the drafting of pleadings and motion practice (on both state and federal venues), as well as bid protests and claims before various federal boards and agencies. This position also requires providing litigation assistance to trial counsel. This is an excellent opportunity to join an expanding and dynamic law firm with a very competitive salary and benefits program.
Cohen Seglias is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, gender, pregnancy, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, genetic information, veterans’ status or military affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, or other characteristics protected by applicable law.