Our Pittsburgh, PA office has an opening for a lateral candidate with a minimum of seven years of experience. Candidates must have a self-sustaining practice with a minimum of $400,000 in portable business. Practice areas should complement one of our existing practices, ideally in the areas of commercial and real estate transactions, commercial litigation, construction, employment, investigations, and white collar crime. Candidates must be licensed in Pennsylvania with other jurisdictions a plus.
As a mid-sized firm, we maintain a collegial and collaborative working environment. We offer an innovative and entrepreneurial environment and are committed to our lateral partners’ long-term success by providing the support necessary for growing and transferring successful practices. This is an excellent opportunity for sole proprietors and/or small firms to be part of a full-service, national platform.
Cohen Seglias has an opening in its Philadelphia office for an associate with a minimum of three years of litigation experience. Candidates must have a 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 in state and federal civil procedure. The attorney will be required to analyze law, apply facts, and perform legal research and writing pertaining to public and private construction projects. Typical duties will include the drafting of pleadings, participation in discovery and motion practice (in state and federal courts), as well as bid protests and claim preparation. This is an excellent opportunity to join an expanding and dynamic law firm with a very competitive salary and benefits program.
Please send cover letter, resume, and salary requirements to Monica M. Lavin, SPHR at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cohen Seglias is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We have an opening for a senior associate or lateral candidate in our Philadelphia office with a minimum of five years of experience in government contracting. The ideal candidate must possess government construction contracting experience, and knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation is required. Candidates must also have strong academic credentials, strong legal research and writing skills, and an ability to effectively deal with clients. The attorney will be required to analyze facts and perform legal research and writing pertaining to questions of law on federal contracting matters. Prior experience with a federal agency, administrative board, or federal court is desirable. This is an excellent opportunity to join an expanding and dynamic law firm with promising growth potential; with a very competitive salary and benefits program.
Cohen Seglias has an opening for an associate with a minimum of 2-4 years of business transaction experience in our Philadelphia office. Candidates must be licensed in Pennsylvania, and preferably in another jurisdiction, with transactional drafting skills compatible with their years of experience. Candidates must have strong academic credentials (preferably law review), and strong legal research and writing skills. Ideal candidates will have experience in construction, real estate, and/or lending. The attorney will assist with transactional matters relating to construction and business contracts, including commercial real estate and lending. Typical duties will include assisting in reviewing, drafting, and negotiating contracts in addition to other transactional documentation. 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.