Corporate Litigation Associate

Morris Nichols has an immediate opening for an associate with 3-5 years of experience in or exposure to corporate and complex commercial litigation.

Morris Nichols welcomes applications from highly qualified lateral candidates with outstanding academic performance and excellent writing skills, significant life and work experience, and with a passion to work at a firm with one of the leading corporation litigation practices in the nation.

Candidates must be Delaware-barred or willing to take the Delaware bar exam.

Morris Nichols lawyers have litigated many of the landmark cases that established the principles of Delaware corporate law and defined the fiduciary duties governing boards of directors of many major corporations in the United States. We advocate on behalf of corporations, directors, substantial stockholders, partnerships, limited and general partners, and limited liability companies in lawsuits involving challenges to mergers, acquisitions, and financing transactions; takeover battles and proxy contests; busted deals; as well as class and derivative actions. We also represent special committees of independent directors in connection with reviewing conflict transactions and with the investigation of potential and pending derivative claims. In addition, we routinely handle matters involving complex valuations of Delaware corporations and alternative entities, as well as statutory proceedings before the Delaware Court of Chancery such as claims for inspection of books and records; claims by directors for advancement and indemnification of their legal fees; and claims to compel an annual stockholders’ meetings.

The position offers attractive benefits, bonus opportunities, and a competitive salary commensurate with experience.

Interested candidates should forward a cover letter, resume, transcript, and writing sample to Rachel Nuzzi at for immediate consideration.

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