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At Landerholm, we genuinely consider one another family. Many of us—attorneys and staff members—have spent the majority of our professional careers here. We value the relationships that allow us to experience growth, reward and challenge in our careers.
How we work
Our attorneys and staff members work with each other to achieve our first priority—providing superior service to our clients. We emphasize a team approach that matches the distinctive strengths of our members to the clients' diverse legal needs. By referring clients internally, we can be confident our clients will benefit from a high standard of care and professional expertise within the core practice areas we offer.
Investing in our community
Our attorneys and staff members are dedicated to the local community. Our firm sponsors and participates in many community events, and many of our professionals are active in the community individually.
Join our team
Landerholm is an equal opportunity employer. We offer competitive pay and excellent benefits, including health and dental insurance, paid vacation and a 401(k) plan.
Landerholm, P.S. currently has an opportunity for a labor and employment attorney within our Business Group. We are seeking an individual with at least 5 years of an increasing level of responsibility in the area of employment law and a track record of providing effective, excellent, and reliable legal services to clients and other attorneys. Prior employment litigation experience is a plus.
The attorney will advise clients and assist with compliance and pragmatic risk management, utilizing expertise in areas such as FLSA, Title VII, ADA, FMLA, OFCCP regulations, whistleblower, retaliation, COBRA, HIPAA, IRCA, and all Washington and Oregon employment related laws. Legal advice will relate to areas ranging from recruiting and hiring to discipline and termination, drug testing, employee privacy, electronic communications, employment related contracts, non-competition/non-solicitation covenants, confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements, employee handbooks and policies, other employment related circumstances, separation from employment, and severance agreements. The attorney will provide expertise to the firm’s transactional business attorneys on matters related to employment contracts and employment issues involved in mergers, acquisitions and divestitures. Further, he or she will advise all other firm attorneys on employment-related matters as needed. Expertise and familiarity with the NLRA, CBA interpretations, union grievances, etc. is helpful.
Tasks and activities include writing and editing detailed communications between businesses/employers and employees, incorporating legal analysis and interpersonal skills into counseling business owners, managers, supervisors, bookkeepers, human resource professionals, and others charged with managing small business personnel matters. Activities also include assisting clients with workplace investigations and implementing employment actions. The attorney is responsible for developing and maintaining appropriate checklists, standardized forms, employment policies, and other state-specific legal content.
- Providing effective and reliable legal services;
- Identifying and completing thorough, appropriate factual legal research and analysis;
- Competently and professionally communicating with clients, attorneys, staff, and others;
- Completing tasks efficiently;
- Advising firm management;
- Engaging in marketing activities;
- Maintaining strong organizational and interpersonal skills; and
- Understanding and complying with rules of professional conduct applicable to attorneys in both Oregon and Washington.
Educational and licensure requirements:
- Juris Doctor
- Licensure to practice in both Washington and Oregon, or willingness/ability to obtain such licensure
Work is performed in a typical office setting and remotely. All firm attorneys are responsible for significant volumes of internal and external communications, including via email and in person. Administrative and computer requirements include interfacing with timekeeping and file management software programs.
Landerholm, P.S. is currently seeking a staff accountant to work in our Trust Administration, Estate Planning, and Probate Department. This individual will be responsible for preparation of gift, estate, and fiduciary tax returns, as well as other financial documents and spreadsheets. The successful candidate will be detail-oriented, have excellent written and verbal communication skills, demonstrate good judgment, have strong analytical skills and the ability to manage conflicting priorities.
EDUCATIONAL AND LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS:
- CPA license holder or CPA candidate preferred