Enter your email address and start getting breaking law firm and legal news right now!
|Free Market Evaluation - Send us your resume and we will give you free feedback|
Summary: There are intellectual property in-house positions available in Buffalo. Intellectual property (IP) attorneys protect the intellectual property rights of clients. Clients may be local, domestic, or international. IP attorneys counsel clients on issues that deal with technology and life sciences. IP…>read moreNo Comment October 1, 2014
Summary: There are in-house corporate positions available in the Buffalo, New York area. Corporate attorneys work with various businesses and organizations. These attorneys assist these companies with deals and other transactions such as mergers and acquisitions. Corporate attorneys may work…>read moreNo Comment September 26, 2014
Summary: In-house real estate attorney positions are available in Buffalo, New York. Real estate attorneys specialize in issues related to property and other real estate. They assist clients with home purchases, foreclosures, landlord-tenant issues, trespassing, and even neighbor disputes. Real…>read moreNo Comment September 25, 2014
With thousands of Buffalo litigation openings on LawCrossing, you will be able to find a job that matches your background and piques your interest when searching for a new job. Delaware North Companies is hiring right now and they are…>read moreNo Comment June 25, 2014
The city of Buffalo, New York is becoming a popular place to work, especially for those who practice law. When you decide it is time to make a change in your legal career, whether you want to change locations or…>read moreNo Comment June 17, 2014
With thousands of open jobs in the legal industry, LawCrossing has what you are looking for in your next legal position. Buffalo is an exciting city to live and work in today. Changing jobs does not have to be scary,…>read moreNo Comment June 9, 2014
President Obama kicked things off right by flubbing the name of Buffalo’s mayor in a speech he made at a university in which he said the name of their congressman in its place. The crowd called out to him to…>read moreNo Comment August 23, 2013
Lynn DeJac Peters, a New York woman who was wrongly convicted of her teenage daughter’s murder and forced to spend 13 years in wrongful imprisonment, has reached a $2.7 million settlement with the state. She is expected to hold a…>read moreNo Comment November 13, 2012
|Job of the Day|
Associate Attorney with experience in Title 7 Bankruptcy representing unsecured creditors.