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  • 03/01/2021 4:57 PM | Anonymous

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    SALARY: $105K - $155K

    GENERAL PURPOSE: 

    Performs legal research and analysis to support the legal department by advising on a variety of legal matters, focusing primarily on labor and employment issues, but also including municipal law and other legal matters pertaining to Sound Transit; prepares, reviews, and examines legal documents; assists in representing Agency in litigation.

    The Legal Counsel I classification is considered non-managerial professional, fully functional in all aspects of an industry/technical field. Positions at this level serve as a technical resource assisting in providing technical support and analysis to multiple functional areas. A Legal Counsel I works on moderately complex projects where analysis of situations or data requires an evaluation of variables using technical concepts competently and effectively.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    The following duties are a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties.

    • Perform legal research and analysis in support of legal department advice and counsel to the Agency on a variety of labor and employment legal matters including issues related to the ADA, FMLA, state and federal wage and hour laws, state and federal employment discrimination statutes, FLSA, equal pay, diversity, drug-free workplace, labor relations and contract negotiations, employee discipline and termination, whistleblower complaints, wrongful discharge claims, drafting employment agreements and policies, and other labor and employment law matters.
    • Provide representation before state and federal administrative agencies, including the EEOC, state and local human rights agencies, the Department of Labor, other labor and employment related agencies, as well as in mediations and arbitrations for both represented and non-represented employees.
    • Performs legal research and analysis in support of additional legal matters including land use, municipal law and other matters pertaining to Sound Transit.
    • Prepare, review, and examine contracts, agreements and other legal documents for the Agency; assist in the negotiation of contracts and agreements as necessary.
    • Prepare, draft, and/or revise a variety of legal correspondence including letters, memos, briefs, opinions, and other legal documents.
    • Assist in representing the Agency in assigned litigation.
    • Perform legal research and provide legal opinions for special projects for the General Counsel Division as assigned.
    • Assist in legislative and policy development for the Agency including researching, reviewing, and preparing resolutions, motions, policies, and other legislation; provides recommendations to management staff as necessary.
    • Review new and existing statutes and regulations that may affect the Agency; advise on the impact of new or existing legislation.
    • Respond to citizen inquiries regarding all types of legal issues including those concerning Agency operations.
    • Attend and participate in professional group meetings; stay abreast of new trends and innovations in the field of law.
    • Demonstrates Sound Transit’s Values in every interaction.
    • It is the responsibility of all employees to follow the Agency safety rules, regulations, and procedures pertaining to their assigned duties and responsibilities, which could include systems, operations, and/or other employees.
    • It is the responsibility of all employees to integrate sustainability into everyday business practices.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

    Education and Experience:

    Graduation from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association with a Juris Doctorate degree.

    Three years of increasingly responsible relevant substantive legal experience in labor and employment law in a law firm or in-house legal department.  

    Required Licenses or Certifications:

    Member of the Washington Bar Association or other state Bar Association with expectation of obtaining Washington Bar Association License.

    Required Knowledge of:

    • Legal principles, practices, and procedures of labor and employment law.
    • Operations, services and activities of a legal services program.
    • Methods and techniques of negotiating legal issues, contracts, and agreements.
    • Methods and techniques of legal research.
    • Legal principles and developments.
    • Judicial procedures and rules of evidence.
    • Legal precedents and court decisions impacting litigation.
    • State and federal court rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
    • Modern office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers.
    • Computer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and statistical databases.
    • Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations.

    Required Skill in:

    • Defining legal issues, collecting and analyzing information, and recommending action.
    • Properly interpreting and analyzing laws, regulations, and policies.
    • Preparing a variety of clear and concise legal documents including contracts, agreements, letters, memos, briefs, opinions, and other legal documents.
    • Conducting research on legal problems and preparing sound legal opinion.
    • Negotiating with other parties.
    • Analyzing and synthesizing information in a concise manner, developing and making recommendations on strategies, and communicating recommendation to appropriate individuals within and outside the agency.
    • Managing multiple projects concurrently.
    • Managing multiple tasks, set objectives/goals, and re-prioritize as needed.
    • Operating office equipment including computers and supporting word processing, spreadsheet, and database applications.
    • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
    • Applying principles and practices of technical area of expertise.
    • Applying strong interpersonal techniques and demonstrating a consistent commitment and ability to work with diverse work groups and individuals.
    • Demonstrating a positive customer service orientation with both internal and external clients.
    • Applying appropriate oral and written communication techniques to various individuals ranging from Agency employees, the general public, elected officials, community leaders, and local, state, and federal agencies.

    Physical Demands / Work Environment:  

    • Work is performed in a standard office environment.
    • Subject to standing, walking, bending, reaching, stooping, and lifting of objects up to 25 pounds; may occasionally be exposed to dangerous machinery, extreme weather conditions, potential physical harm, and extreme noise when working at events and when working in the field.
    • The Agency promotes a safe and healthy work environment and provides appropriate safety and equipment training for all personnel as required.

    Sound Transit is an equal employment opportunity employer. No person is unlawfully excluded from employment action based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation and pregnancy), age, genetic information, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

     


  • 03/01/2021 4:55 PM | Anonymous
    • Eastern District Judicial Appointment: There is one vacancy on the federal bench in the Eastern District of Washington. Senators Murray and Cantwell have engaged a judicial merit selection committee to screen and interview candidates. You can learn more and find the application by visiting the court’s website.

    • U.S. Magistrate Judge Vacancy: The U.S. District Court has posted a vacancy announcement for a U.S. Magistrate Judge in the Eastern District of Washington. This is an 8-year term in Spokane. Applications are due March 5. More information


  • 03/01/2021 4:26 PM | Anonymous

    Ogden Murphy Wallace, P.L.L.C. is seeking a Senior Litigation Associate Attorney for its Seattle office.  OMW is a multi-specialty firm primarily serving Pacific Northwest clients for over 100 years.  OMW takes pride in providing exceptional legal services while, at the same time, offering its employees a professional, friendly and inclusive culture, as well as a fun work environment.

    OMW emphasizes a collaborative, team approach to the delivery of high-quality legal services and is seeking applicants with strong research and writing skills, superior academic credentials, and the ability to work closely with multiple attorneys and staff.  This position will support the litigation department with focuses on insurance coverage, product liability, environmental, and commercial litigation matters. Applicants must have a Washington State bar license.

    The ideal candidate will have 5 or more years of civil litigation practice experience and will be expected to:

    ·       Provide legal support to senior attorneys by drafting, analyzing and interpreting contracts and legal documents;

    ·       Research and analyze complex legal issues;

    ·       Draft correspondence, pleadings, briefs and other legal documents;

    ·       Manage all aspects of discovery, including the handling of electronically stored data and voluminous document productions and associated review;

    ·       Assist senior attorneys with trial preparation and/or to provide trial support;

    ·       Perform due diligence in legal matters concerning contracts, agreements, and mergers and acquisitions;

    ·       Communicate with prospective and existing clients in a professional and courteous manner;

    ·       Conduct and assist with depositions and other motions practice and court hearings;

    ·       Perform work independently to achieve client objectives.

    Desired Skills:

    ·       Excellent research, writing and analytical skills

    ·       Team oriented, while remaining self-motivated

    ·       Attention to detail

    ·       Display of ownership with job responsibilities

    ·       Quick learner

    ·       Strong communication skills

    We offer a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, 401(k), profit sharing, paid time off, family leave, life insurance, long-term disability, employee assistance program, and transportation assistance.

    Ogden Murphy Wallace, P.L.L.C. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, age, national origin, genetic information, veteran status, disability status or any other category prohibited by local, state or federal law. This policy applies to all aspects of employment, including recruitment, placement, promotion, transfer, demotion, compensation, benefits, social and recreational activities, termination, and all other terms and conditions of employment.

    For consideration, please submit your cover letter and resume to Shari Tipp, Human Resources Director, at stipp@omwlaw.com or 901 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3500, Seattle, WA 98164.


  • 03/01/2021 4:24 PM | Anonymous

    Ogden Murphy Wallace, P.L.L.C. is seeking a Litigation Associate Attorney or Junior Partner for its Seattle office.  OMW is a multi-specialty firm primarily serving Pacific Northwest clients for over 100 years.  OMW takes pride in providing exceptional legal services while, at the same time, offering its employees a professional, friendly and inclusive culture, as well as a fun work environment.

    OMW emphasizes a collaborative, team approach to the delivery of high-quality legal services and is seeking applicants with strong research and writing skills, superior academic credentials, and the ability to work closely with multiple attorneys and staff.  This position will support the litigation department with focuses on construction litigation and contract negotiation, insurance coverage, and commercial litigation matters.  Applicants must have a Washington State bar license.

    The ideal candidate will have 5 or more years of litigation practice experience, preferably in construction litigation, and will be expected to:

    ·       Manage construction litigation matters, including claims for extra work, delays, and differing site conditions;

    ·       Draft/review contracts with knowledge of public procurement;

    ·       Research and analyze complex legal issues;

    ·       Draft correspondence, pleadings, briefs and other legal documents;

    ·       Manage all aspects of discovery, including the handling of electronically stored data and voluminous document productions and associated review;

    ·       Conduct and assist with depositions, motions practice and court hearings;

    ·       Select and work with expert witnesses;

    ·       Assist senior attorneys with trial preparation and/or to provide trial support;

    ·       Communicate with prospective and existing clients in a professional and courteous manner;

    ·       Perform work independently to achieve client objectives.

    Desired Skills:

    ·       Excellent research, writing and analytical skills

    ·       Team oriented, while remaining self-motivated

    ·       Attention to detail

    ·       Display of ownership with job responsibilities

    ·       Quick learner

    ·       Strong communication skills

    We offer a competitive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, 401(k), profit sharing, paid time off, family leave, life insurance, long-term disability, employee assistance program, and transportation assistance.

    Ogden Murphy Wallace, P.L.L.C. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, age, national origin, genetic information, veteran status, disability status or any other category prohibited by local, state or federal law. This policy applies to all aspects of employment, including recruitment, placement, promotion, transfer, demotion, compensation, benefits, social and recreational activities, termination, and all other terms and conditions of employment.

    For consideration, please submit your cover letter and resume to Shari Tipp, Human Resources Director, at stipp@omwlaw.com or 901 Fifth Avenue, Suite 3500, Seattle, WA 98164.


  • 03/01/2021 4:19 PM | Anonymous

    Status:                         Regular, Full-Time     Location:     Spokane, Washington Salary:                         Depends on Qualifications, up to $170,000 per year

    Opens:                        February 26, 2021 Closes:   March 26, 2021

    Projected Start Date:  July 2021

    Under the direction of the Chief Judge, the court administrator/clerk is responsible for all non-judicial activities of the court including but not limited to budget preparation and monitoring, facilities management, calendar management/delay reduction, statistical analysis, strategic planning, planning and application of technology, and court security. Division Three reviews decisions from 20 eastern Washington counties. By statute, the clerk is responsible for maintaining custody of all records, files and proceedings of the court. Under the Rules of Appellate Procedure, the clerk is responsible for issuing mandates and certificates of finality and may determine cost awards on review. Pursuant to the Rules of Appellate Procedure and court policy, the clerk may also make certain decisions called “rulings” which become actions taken by the appellate court. The position is also responsible for management and supervision of clerk’s office personnel, analyzing work processes, procedures and systems and making recommendations for improved methods; setting court calendars; developing policies and procedures; and acting as liaison with the Administrative Office of the Courts, the Supreme Court, other divisions of the Court of Appeals, the Bar and litigants. 


    Bachelor’s degree in business, public administration, court administration, political science or related field, AND Six (6) years of progressively responsible experience as an administrator or manager in a court or related organization or agency; OR A JD degree and three (3) years of experience as an administrator or manager in a court or related organization, law firm, or agency.

    Interested applicants who meet the qualifications and competencies in this announcement are encouraged to apply for this opportunity. The following items are REQUIRED for your application to be considered complete. Note: ALL sections of the Application must be completed, and relevant experience must be on the application.

    1. Cover Letter (no more than two pages)

    2. Judicial Branch/AOC Application for Employment

    3. Chronological resume summarizing work experience.

    4. Three letters of recommendation. The person writing the letter of recommendation may mail it directly to the attention of the Administrator/Clerk.

    The Judicial Branch/AOC Application for Employment can be found at Judicial Branch/AOC Application at the lower portion of the webpage. Late applications will not be accepted after the deadline expressed. Please email all application materials to Renee.Townsley@courts.wa.gov in a PDF format. You may also mail your materials to: Washington State Court of Appeals, Division III Attn: Renee Townsley, Court Administrator/Clerk 500 North Cedar Street Spokane, WA 99201-1905 Potential applicants may contact Renee Townsley with any questions regarding the position at Renee.Townsley@courts.wa.gov 


  • 03/01/2021 4:17 PM | Anonymous

    Floyd, Pflueger & Ringer, P.S.  seeks an experienced litigation/insurance defense associate with at least three years' experience.  Strong research and writing skills are required.  Clerkship experience a plus.  Responsibilities will include all aspects of a defense litigation practice including drafting and opposing motions; conducting depositions; court appearances, mediations/arbitrations, and trial. Experience working with insurance companies and within their respective guidelines is a plus, but not required. 

    Compensation is negotiable, based upon qualifications and experience.  All inquiries are confidential. 

    FP&R offers a competitive salary, full benefits package including medical, vision, prescription, and dental insurance, 401(k) Plan, Profit Sharing, transportation subsidy and a generous bonus program.

     

    Please send cover letter, résumé, writing sample, references, and salary requirements to: resumes@floyd-ringer.com.  No phone calls or recruiters please.


  • 02/24/2021 9:54 AM | Anonymous

    Stokes Lawrence is currently looking to hire an estate planning associate.


    Stokes Lawrence Website - https://www.stokeslaw.com/attorney-hiring

  • 02/24/2021 9:52 AM | Anonymous
    Position Description  - CLOSES 3/16

    The Civil Division of the Seattle City Attorney's Office is seeking an attorney for our Torts Section. This litigation position provides legal representation and advice to City department clients in matters relating to personal injury, property damage and other litigation. This attorney will be an integral member of the Division, a collegial team of over 60 attorneys and 20 staff, working collaboratively to provide the City of Seattle and its residents with excellent quality and cost-effective legal services under the broader office vision of advancing the public health, safety and welfare of the community.

    The Torts Section litigates a wide variety of cases, from relatively streamlined mandatory arbitrations to more complex, multi-party and catastrophic injury lawsuits. Recent legal work in this section includes road design, roadway defects, automobile accidents, bicycle accidents, falls, sewage backups, fallen power lines, storm water drainage, timber trespass, construction and ADA compliance. This person will be responsible for all aspects of litigation including pre-filing advice, discovery, depositions, motions practice, trial, appeals and settlement discussions. Attorneys in Torts typically manage a broad caseload and work both independently and collaboratively with other section attorneys and staff as needed. While most of the section's litigation work involves defending the City, section attorneys may also represent the City in plaintiff's litigation on select property damage cases.  

    Torts Section attorneys also regularly advise City departments and employees regarding risk management and avoidance as they develop programs, projects and policies.  This advice can have a direct impact on life in Seattle. This attorney will also consult with the City's Risk Management division regarding pre-litigation claims filed against the City pursuant to RCW 4.92.100

    The Torts Section is excited to add a colleague willing to share their experience, skills and viewpoints to further the important work of this office and the City. In addition to this opportunity to join a team that is dedicated to public service, the City Attorney's Office offers a generous benefit program which includes low cost health benefits, life insurance, paid leave benefits, paid parental and family leave, and the opportunity to participate in a defined benefit retirement program

    Job Responsibilities

    The attorney hired for this position will have the opportunity to thoroughly research legal issues and collaborate with dedicated colleagues and clients on a regular basis. The successful candidate will take a lead role on cases shortly after joining the office.
     
    Job Tasks include:

    •    Defending the City in civil litigation, including trials
    •    Advising City departments regarding risk-related issues
    •    Investigating claims and analyzing liability
    •    Taking and defending depositions
    •    Legal research regarding a wide variety of topics including torts, municipal law, premises liability, civil rights and other matters
    •    Advising clients
    •    Collaborating with colleagues and external stakeholders
    •    Identifying and working with needed experts
    •    Case valuation, including review of medical records
    •    Developing expertise in new and developing areas of the law
    •    Participation in the City’s Race and Social Justice Initiative to end institutionalized racism and race-based disparities in City government

    Qualifications

    To be successful in this role, the selected candidate will need the knowledge and skills gained by experience working as an attorney, including:

    •    Excellent research, writing, and communication skills
    •    Able to handle complex assignments independently and a wide variety of tasks simultaneously
    •    Litigation experience with the demonstrated ability to take the lead role on cases  
    •    Experience with personal injury litigation, property damage litigation, the Washington Civil Rules or electronic discovery
    •    Preparing expert and lay witnesses for deposition and trial
    •    Civil motions practice or trial experience
    •    Collaboration in finding creative solutions

    This position requires membership in good standing with the Washington State Bar Association, or licensure in another state with the ability to complete the process of obtaining membership within two months of offer of employment.

    Additional Information

    The Civil Division of the City Attorney's Office uses objective criteria to set attorney salaries based on years of experience. For example, in 2020, the annual salary was $93,379 for someone with up to one year’s experience, $129,180 for someone with ten years’ experience, and $145,769 for someone with at least 20 years’ experience. For additional information about our pay structure, please contact our Human Resources team at LAW_HR@seattle.gov. Salaries are not subject to negotiation.

    Our office is abiding by public health guidelines and maximizing telework arrangements for our employees, except for necessary in-person work, through July 5, 2021. The selected candidate will work with their direct supervisor on alternatives to meet workload requirements while considering public health guidelines during this time.

    For your application to be accepted you must:

    •    Complete the online City Application,
    •    Attach a resume detailing your relevant experience,
    •    Attach a cover letter describing your interest in the position and your relevant experience, and
    •    Provide a legal writing sample that is less than 10 pages. This can be an excerpt from a larger sample.

    For questions regarding the Seattle City Attorney's Office, this position, or the application process, please contact Bridget Lamp, HR Specialist, at 206-684-8228 or bridget.lamp@seattle.gov. If you have trouble uploading the documents, please reach out with enough time to submit the required materials prior to the closing date and time.

    https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2993062-0/assistant-city-attorney-torts-section

  • 02/17/2021 10:10 AM | Anonymous

    DuBois Cary Law Group, PLLC, a fast-paced boutique family law and estate planning law firm with over 30 years’ experience, is looking to add a talented new lawyer to join our team.

    Who We Are:

    We are one of Seattle’s most established women-owned law firms.

    We seek to maximize human potential one family at a time.

    We strive to cultivate an honest and compassionate environment for every client and every member of our team.

    We are community leaders who believe a balanced life is achievable through hard work, giving back, and putting family & people first.

    We offer a diverse team of co-workers.

    We provide close mentorship, offering our new associate attorneys 12 months of one on-one feedback.

    We are a team that encourages each other through life’s challenges.

    Who you are:

    You are comfortable working with people in crisis with compassion and grace, without shying away from tough conversations.

    You value hard work as well as creating a balanced life with time for family and other personal interests.

    You value working with a diverse and intelligent team.

    You want to work with a dedicated team of leaders that value you and your contributions to the firm.

    You have excellent judgment, value integrity, and responsibility.

    You are a life-long learner who is confident enough to ask great questions and to work independently.

    You are a strong advocate for your clients.

    Experience and Skills Required

    Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school.

    Admission in good standing to practice law in the State of Washington.

    Licensed in Washington State.

    2-3 years experience preferred.

    Strong attention to detail.

    Impeccable judgment and maturity

  • 02/17/2021 9:53 AM | Anonymous

    JDSA is hiring in the vibrant community of Wenatchee, Washington! Join them as their Paralegal and research law, investigate facts, prepare documents and occasionally meet with clients to assist attorneys in the practice areas of Real Estate, Family Law, Litigation, Corporate, and Estate Planning & Probate matters. Paralegal responsibilities are typically identified and restricted to work product that may be counted as billable hours to clients and, as such, require independent judgment. This is an excellent opportunity to join a firm that rewards top talent, in a location with a lower cost of living and a strong sense of community.

    Description: What you'll be doing

    Another Source’s client, The Law Firm of Jeffers, Danielson, Sonn & Aylward (JDSA), is recruiting a Paralegal to join their team in Wenatchee, Washington. 

     

    Here's a little about JDSA and the position they are seeking to fill: 

     

    JDSA is a firm of talented and dedicated attorneys practicing in the vibrant community of Wenatchee, Washington. https://visitwenatchee.org/ JDSA encourages a high quality of life and a strong work-life balance for all employees, and offers a competitive salary and benefits package commensurate with top firms in the surrounding area. Wenatchee is a close-knit community with a small-town atmosphere, where a 5 minute commute is possible. This is an excellent opportunity to join a firm that rewards top talent, in a location with a lower cost of living and a strong sense of community. 

     

    JDSA has grown from two attorneys in 1946 to one of the largest law firms in North Central Washington. They believe in providing value and opportunity through partnership, collaboration, curiosity, problem solving, tenacity and a drive to create the best result, no matter the variables. 

     

    For more information about the area and firm see: 

    http://vimeo.com/88411706 

    https://www.jdsalaw.com/career 

     

    Principal practice areas are likely to include: Business Law, Commercial Transactions, Agricultural Law, Real Estate, and Estate Planning.   

     

    Areas of work may likely include:   

    • Commercial Transactions 
    • Corporate Formations & Governance 
    • Reorganizations, Mergers and Acquisitions 
    • Corporate Tax planning, Federal and State 
    • Employment Law 
    • Sales and Financing 
    • Financing Transactions 
    • Creditor Rights in Bankruptcy 
    • Franchising 
    • Leasing Transactions 
    • Intellectual Property 
    • Real estate 
    • Estate planning and probate 

     

    Position Overview: 

    The Paralegal position researches law, investigates facts, prepares documents and occasionally meets with clients to assist attorneys in the practice areas of Real Estate, Family Law, Litigation, Corporate, and Estate Planning & Probate matters.  Paralegals will work within a primary area of practice, and may work occasionally in other areas, as needed.  Paralegal responsibilities are typically identified and restricted to work product that may be counted as billable hours to clients and, as such, require independent judgment. 

     

    Primary Relationships 

    • Works closely with attorneys, other paralegals, and legal assistants. 
    • Communicates with clients on a regular basis. 
    • Interacts regularly with other support and administrative staff throughout the firm. 
    • Communicates with court clerks and other officials, legal service vendors, or opposing counsel. 

     

    Job Requirements: 

    • 2-4 years previous experience as a paralegal. 
    • Familiarity with legal databases, e.g. Westlaw. 
    • Working knowledge of ProLaw or similar legal documentation systems. 
    • Ability to set and manage goals, timelines and priorities, follow up on tasks, and perform on deadlines, often under time constraints and other stressors.  
    • Ability to work and problem solve independently and apply logic to complex situations. 
    • Excellent organizational and time management skills, including the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. 
    • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally at all levels, both verbally and in writing. 
    • Strong interpersonal skills and ease with both telephone and in-person contacts. 
    • Teamwork orientation. 
    • Is or is willing to become a Notary Public. 

     

    Education Requirements: 

    • Associate Degree in paralegal studies; OR,  
    • Paralegal certification from a nationally recognized organization; OR, 
    • Experience that satisfies RCW Criteria for Paralegal status. 

     

    JDSA is equally committed to their clients and to their employees. JDSA offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package, which includes retirement options, insurance coverage, profit sharing, and paid time off.  As such, we encourage our professionals to maintain a healthy work-life balance and promote community involvement through reasonable billable-hour requirements coupled with a generous incentive program. 

     

    Another Source works with their clients, on a retained project basis, to maximize the recruiting process. 


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