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Litigation Attorney

Rubenstein Law
Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Company Overview
Rubenstein Law has been getting justice for personal injury victims since 1988.  Founder Robert Rubenstein and CEO Nicole Armstrong have grown Rubenstein Law to over 50 Attorneys, including 20 Partners, 12 board-certified litigators, and over 400 supporting professionals.

Today, Rubenstein Law is recognized as a premier name in Personal Injury, representing clients in a variety of case claims, including auto injuries, slip and fall injuries, catastrophic injuries, premise liability, medical malpractice, child & birth injury, motorcycle accident cases, and traumatic brain injury (TBI) cases. Rubenstein Law's Mass Tort division represents clients nationwide in defective products, dangerous drugs, and chemical cases. 

With a strong reputation for success and billions of dollars won for clients, Rubenstein Law continues to grow to meet the needs of victims nationally. As the Firm expands, Rubenstein Law is committed to providing every single client with the excellent care and attention that has built the Firm's reputation and success.

Job Summary
Our Litigation Attorneys are responsible for all aspects of a case in state and federal court. This includes pre-trial prep, court appearances, motions, depositions, mediations, negotiations, and trial.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Meet with clients and file lawsuits
  • Propound and respond to written discovery
  • Schedule and attend fact witness depositions
  • Retain all appropriate experts and attend all expert depositions
  • Schedule and attend all hearings
  • Prepare for and attend mediations
  • Prepare cases for trial and try cases to verdict
  • Prepare and file appropriate post-trial motions
  • Attend file audits, litigation attorney meetings, and trial clinics
Qualifications and Skills
  • A license in good standing to practice law in Massachusetts 
  • A proven track record of winning, including jury trials with a minimum of 2 jury trials as first chair
  • The ability to handle a large and active caseload from filing through verdict
  • Success providing direction and guidance to a team of staff
  • Impeccable verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent negotiation skills
  • Analytical and research skills
  • A strong courtroom presence and eagerness to try cases
  • Paid Time Off (PTO) plus 8-paid holidays
  • Bonuses
  • Medical Benefits (Health, Dental, Vision, STD & LTD, and other medical coverages)
  • Bereavement Leave
  • Hospital Leave
  • Group and Optional Life insurance
  • 401(k) with company matching

*Total compensation is commensurate with experience** 
*Please include a document with details of your jury trial experience and wins, noting which you served as first chair.