Current Plaintiff Opportunities

Plaintiff Positions

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Representative Opportunities for Plaintiff Positions

Boutique Consumer Class Actions Boutique Seeks Senior Associate
Our client is a boutique consumer class action and False Claims Act firm with a focus on diverse hiring. Founded by former Gibson Dunn partners in 2002, the firm’s mission is to protect the public interest through significant, impactful litigation. Over 90% of their attorneys graduated Order of the Coif or cum laude. The firm is looking to expand their California team with associates who have 5+ years experience. The firm is open to candidates coming from defense firms. The majority of their attorneys, including partners, identify as women. Over one-third of their attorneys identify as persons of color. 25% of their attorneys identify as LGBTQ. The firm has a 1650 hour billable target. The firm has an office in the Bay Area and will consider candidates being based in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Litigation boutique Seeks Senior Associate
Founded in January 2020, our client is led by 2 distinguished partners – each with their own unique backgrounds. While the firm is newly formed, the partners each have 20+ years of experience in civil and criminal litigation. One of the named partners has represented a celebrity in an unauthorized video release, resulting in the second largest verdict in the US at that time, and specializes in representing victims of sexual abuse and assault. Our client’s other name partner serves a regular contributor to CNN and HLN given his deep understanding of criminal law. Their cases have been covered by the Los Angeles Times, The Daily Mail, CBS, FoxLA, and KTLA.

Our client is looking to add 1-2 associates who have at least 5 years of mid-to-large firm civil litigation/mass torts experience. Prior plaintiff’s experience is a plus, but not required.
Currently, the firm is representing over 300 women in a mass tort case against a prominent physician, and have recently filed a second significant lawsuit against another. Although the firm does not have a billable target, typical billables are around 1900 hours and compensation is commensurate with experience. The firm anticipates leveraging the work and results from their current cases to continue to seek justice for other victims of sexual abuse. There is a potential partner track for candidates who prove, through work on these respective cases, that they can provide a significant amount of value to the firm, but more importantly to the plaintiffs they represent.