$200K — $250K *
If you're passionate about being part of a diverse organization that enables a Fortune 100 company to deliver innovative business solutions with excellence, then Nationwide's Legal team could be the place for you!
Job Description Summary
Seasoned litigation attorney with significant civil litigation experience in property and casualty insurance defense or subrogation. Maintains a high caseload comprised of a mix of cases varying in complexity, severity, product lines, and specialized concentrations, throughout all courts and agencies in the assigned jurisdiction(s). Predominantly represents both commercial and personal clients independently as lead counsel, but also as part of a larger team as needed. Forges strong, lasting, and influential relationships with colleagues, clients, and claims partners. Serves as a role model and mentor to other associates within the office.Job Description
Reporting Relationships: Managing Trial Attorney
Core Duties and Responsibilities:
Typical Skills and Experiences::
Education: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Maintains an active license in the state in which the position is located.
Designations: Currently licensed as an attorney in an appropriate U.S. jurisdiction.
Experience: Typically, more than 8 years of relevant civil litigation experience in property and casualty insurance defense or subrogation.
Knowledge: Has significant litigation experience in property and casualty insurance defense or subrogation. Engages in complex legal practices and procedures throughout all court and agencies in the assigned jurisdiction.
Skills/Competencies: Highly effective and professional written and verbal communication skills. Highly collaborative, capable to work with staff and other attorneys on-site and remotely, as well as serving as a role model and mentor to other associates within the office. Significant negotiation skills. Ability to process information efficiently and effectively. Excellent analytical and legal skills. Resourceful, creative thinker. Computer savvy with a working knowledge of basic software and use of same. Capable of adapting to changes in the law and changes to technology in the law and court systems (e.g. electronic filings, etc.) Strong time management and organization skills. Comfortable with contact with key OCLO and Claims partners at least at the Sr. Director level and below, as well as with colleagues within the legal and insurance industries within those jurisdictions and communities in which he/she practices. Decision making ability to set work priorities and make recommendations. Ability to initiate, organize and coordinate complex projects and cases. Leadership skills used in direct and/or indirect influencing such as motivating, problem solving, business strengthening and development with colleagues, clients, and claims partners.
Values: Regularly and consistently demonstrates the Nationwide Values and Guiding Behaviors.
Staffing Exceptions to the above minimum job requirements must be approved by the: Legal Executive and Human Resources.
Valid through: 8/13/2020