Christensen Hsu Sipes LLP is currently seeking a Non Equity Partner Civil Litigation Attorney to join our team!
Christensen Hsu Sipes LLP is a law firm with offices in Chicago, Northwest Indiana, Los Angeles, and Sacramento. Our practice focuses on business litigation and insurance. We serve our clients across many industries, including banking, construction & real estate, energy, manufacturing, maritime, and professional services.
Christensen Hsu Sipes LLP provides claims advice and legal representation for global insurers and Fortune 500 companies. Over the past four decades, we’ve built a reputation on delivering core values advocacy™ for clients so that they can maximize risk management options, fight to win, and protect the bottom line.
We are currently seeking Non-Equity Partner Civil Litigation Attorneys to join both our Sacramento & Torrance offices.
- Blue Cross/Blue Shield PPO
- Aflac Supplemental Insurance
- Oversee execution of litigation strategy by senior and junior counsel
- Experience drafting and arguing dispositive pleadings
- Depose or present expert witnesses in discovery
- Coordinate staffing of attorneys across the inventory of cases
- Collaborate with firm partners and, potentially, clients & adjusters on case defense
- Review pleadings, written discovery, and depositions as needed
- Prepare for trials in defense of a variety of complex tort causes of action
- Prepare for and attend ADR proceedings (arbitration, mediation, ETC.)
- J.D. from an accredited law school and being a member in good standing with the California Bar.
- Experience in oversight of senior counsel and junior associates
- 10+ years of civil litigation experience
- Experience in Insurance law required
- First chair experience required
- 3+ years of experience deposing expert witnesses
- 10+ years of caseload management and delegation required
- Proven ability to manage other Senior Counsel litigation attorneys, junior associate litigation attorney, support staff while working collaboratively
- Experience with litigation at both the trial (required) and appellate levels (Required)