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Location : New Jersey - Fairfield
Refer to Job # MPTH715332
Bankruptcy Attorney Responsibilities: Representation of clients at Court appearances, preparation of motions, objections, proposed orders, memoranda of law, proofs of claim, and Rule 3002.1 filings. Preparing correspondence and submissions to clients, adversaries, and to the Court.
Candidate must be admitted to practice law in New York, the Federal Districts in New York, and have a familiarity with New York bankruptcy courts, local rules, and court procedures. Admissions in other jurisdictions and experience in litigation related matters a strong plus. Must have 1-3 years experience and a working knowledge of the Bankruptcy Code and Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure. However, we are open to training the right candidate with less experience. Experience representing secured creditors in consumer Chapter 7, 11, and 13 bankruptcy cases. Must have a solid understanding of consumer loan documents, top-notch organizational and communication skills, and the ability to multi-task and meet strict deadlines.
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