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Claims Counsel (Contract) - Employment Practices Liability (Contract)

Atlanta GA Claims Counsel (Contract) - Employment Practices Liability (Contract) The candidate will be responsible to analyze liability claim submissions for potential coverage, set adequate case reserves, promptly and professionally respond to inquiries from clients and their brokers, and to proactively drive early resolution of claims arising from Executive Risks products, with a focus on Employment Practices Liability coverage. Manage a full pending of Employment Practices Liability, as well as provide thought leadership in multiple forums within and outside of the company. Strategize with Insureds and Defense Counsel to maximize early settlement opportunities for Employment Practices Liability matters. Analyze and draft coverage analyses. Monitor underlying negotiations/litigation and manage defense counsel and costs. Continually assess exposures and adequacy of claims reserves. Drive employee engagement by exhibiting passion about the company, values, business and our customers. Attend mediations and/or settlement conferences where appropriate; travel as required. Assists in preparing quarterly reserving packs. Actively participate in the Claims/UW feedback loop. Keep senior claims management adequately and appropriately informed of key claims and issues. Liaison directly with insureds and brokers on a daily basis. Maintain timely and accurate file documentation/information.

The candidate must have 2 years Specialty Lines (preferably EPL) coverage experience. J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school is necessary. Bar admission in good standing is mandatory. Ability to manage case load independently and meet time lines is critical. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required. Leadership and people management skills are must.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-21

Commercial Corporate Counsel

Belmont CA Commercial Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for providing support on sales agreements, channel partner agreements, and other transactions as needed, including reviewing, drafting, negotiating, revising and interpreting Cloud Based Unified Communications Solutions agreements, Cloud Based Contact Center Solutions agreements, Channel Partner agreements, and consulting and professional service agreements, among others. Interfacing with Sales, Sales Operations, Services, Finance and Accounting teams to assist the Legal teams efforts in the preparation, implementation and optimization of forms, processes and procedures. Streamlining contract management processes and templates, and conducting training sessions for internal Sales team members on procedures and other contract or legal topics as necessary. Contributing broadly to the leadership of the businesses, working effectively with senior management and creating strong trusted advisor relationships with the business leaders.

The candidate must have 10+ years as a deal/transactional lawyer at a top law firm and In-house in a leading high-tech/cloud company. Should have direct experience in structuring, negotiating, and drafting high-tech cloud based communications services. Must have confidence in dealing with other departments, outside representatives and upper management. Should have ability to effectively manage time, prioritize tasks and work within deadlines with little supervision in a fast pace environment. Must have effective written and verbal communication skills, facilitating clear and open communication at all levels of the organization. Should have excellent negotiation and drafting skills. Experience with Governmental Contracting (Locals, State, Federal) a plus.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-21

Associate Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will work directly with procurement business leaders. Will structure, draft, and negotiate a wide variety of commercial transactions covering the varied needs of our fulfillment centers across North America. Strong academic credentials; JD from an accredited law school and membership in at least one state bar. Should have 2+ years of attorney experience at a national or equivalent law firm. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-21

Vice President, Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate will assist in the establishment and maintenance of client accounts, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating client account documentation (e.g., investment management contracts, organizational documentation, responses to client requests, amendments to investment management contracts). Will research and provide legal and regulatory advice with respect to shareholder disclosure laws, portfolio management licensing laws and fund distribution laws in non-US jurisdictions. Provide legal and regulatory advice on new investments and trading, including private equity investments, PIPEs, and derivatives. Review and provide legal and regulatory advice on new regulatory developments, including working with colleagues across the firm's Law Department in working groups and participating in industry groups. Provide legal and regulatory advice to firm's with respect to the structuring, distribution and development of new products and investment vehicles in the US and outside the US. Provide legal and regulatory advice to firm in its role as a subadviser to mutual funds and review and draft disclosure relating to firm's in mutual fund filings. Provide legal and regulatory advice with respect to various other types of clients and investment vehicles managed by firm's, including UCITS, registered and unregistered insurance separate accounts, and US and non-US pension funds. Review and negotiate vendor contracts. Provide legal and regulatory advice to Compliance Department on compliance issues, regulatory developments and assist in development of procedures. Review and provide legal and regulatory advice on marketing materials. Provide legal and regulatory advice and draft disclosure for regulatory filings.

The candidate should have JD degree and Bar membership. Must have 5+ years of experience supporting an asset management firm. Must have exceptional understanding of US and international regulations including US Investment Advisers Act, US Investment Company Act, international investment adviser regulations, and international shareholder reporting regulations. Familiarity with investing in private placements, plan investment issues of ERISA plan investors, and Commodity Exchange Act, including derivatives clearing and trading issues, a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-21

Counsel- Employment Law

Albany NY Counsel- Employment Law The candidate Directly manages matter work and oversees outside counsel. Advanced Legal Degree or local country equivalent degree usually required. Progression to this level usually requires licensure/certification by the local country or jurisdiction. In some jurisdictions, may not require licensure or certification for placement in the role; in others, licensure/certification is required. 3-5 years minimum of total work experience as a qualified attorney is preferred. Prior corporate legal experience within the financial services industry or experience in assigned practice area (e.g., securities, employment, etc.) with an outside law firm is preferred. Should have strong leadership skills, to motivate and direct individuals. Must have strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate and interact with individuals on different levels both internal and external to the Legal Department. 3 years of experience as a practicing employment attorney preferred. Must have strong working knowledge of federal, state and city employment laws and regulations and provide ability to capably advise, counsel and train clients on the same. Must also have strong negotiation and employment litigation experience as well as experience in handling charges of discrimination filed with federal, state and city human rights commissions. Must have the demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects and drive them to conclusion in a timely manner. Also, the candidate must have deep experience drafting and negotiating employment and separation agreements. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-21

Corporate Counsel

Knoxville TN Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Supporting the sales and procurement teams in the negotiation and drafting of sales and purchasing contracts. Reviewing, negotiating, and drafting commercial agreements of all types. Analyzing a contracts risk to the business and ensuring that the contracts meet companys risk profile and the business units objectives. Consulting with assigned business units on legal aspects of various projects and initiatives. Other duties as may be assigned by the General Counsel - North America. Creating and maintaining contract templates. Working with the businesses to establish and maintain a contract administration process, including the storage/retrieval of contracts, as well as the monitoring and documenting of renewal or termination of contracts. Establishing and maintaining database of real estate properties. Interacting with other functions to obtain relevant input for transactions and projects. Keeping abreast of changes in United States law and regulations, and working with the businesses to respond to such changes. Regularly gathering and reporting data on various topics, such as contractual activity and outside counsel fees. Training the staff with respect to contract topics. Training the staff regarding compliance with applicable laws and company policies. Working directly with other members of the Law Department as appropriate. Supporting Law Department projects and initiatives. Should have substantial experience working with commercial contracts of all types to support transactions of significant importance to the company. The experience and judgment to prioritize projects so as to meet business objectives and competing deadline requirements. Good understanding of insurance and risk management concepts is preferred. Experience with international contracts is desirable. Knowledge of logistics, customs, and export-control requirements is desirable. Law degree from an ABA accredited law school in the United States is essential. Should have license to practice law in at least one state. Must have 5-10 years of professional experience in combination of law firm and in-house. Should have experience advising manufacturing clients. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2019-04-21

Commercial Real Estate Lending Attorney

Plano TX Commercial Real Estate Lending Attorney Duties: Provide legal advice and service by combining skill and knowledge in mortgage finance, real estate law and corporate law with sound business acumen and judgement of business goals and objectives of the company or assigned business units. Engage with assigned business units to meet goals. Pursue details and achieve closure on various matters. Provide excellent client service. Use business and legal judgment to balance an appropriate level of risk against the business needs in a particular situation. Operate within the framework of allowable corporate behavior and governance, and legal and regulatory compliance. Supervise and actively direct outside counsel. Work closely with business clients and outside counsel to ensure adherence to important corporate and regulatory policies. May plan, guide, and/or oversee the performance of in-house counsel, team members, and/or legal support staff. Draft templates. Write documents. May draft comment letters. May analyze legislation that impacts the company and assist the company in responding to inquiries from Congress and government agencies. Prepare and manage a due diligence budget. Coordinate with internal departments to ensure proper tracking and accounting of legal due diligence expenses.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent required. JD Degree or equivalent required. Preferred. 8+ years of related experience. Experience negotiating and closing complex Commercial Real Estate Finance Transactions 7-10 years. Experience providing coordination and oversight of outside counsel. Experience working independently in fast-paced environment. Experience communicating with clients and building trusted advisor relationships. Experience working in a collaborative legal or business environment. Experience in one or more of the following areas is highly desirable: Counterpart and enterprise risk management loss mitigation and special servicing for commercial loans. Mergers and acquisitions. Commercial mortgage lending selling and servicing contracts. Commercial mortgage servicing and operations. Affordable housing. Data use and technology contracts. Communications and marketing legal support.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-04-21

Commercial Real Estate Lending Attorney

Washington DC Commercial Real Estate Lending Attorney Duties: Provide legal advice and service by combining skill and knowledge in mortgage finance, real estate law and corporate law with sound business acumen and judgement of business goals and objectives of the company or assigned business units. Engage with assigned business units to meet goals. Pursue details and achieve closure on various matters. Provide excellent client service. Use business and legal judgment to balance an appropriate level of risk against the business needs in a particular situation. Operate within the framework of allowable corporate behavior and governance, and legal and regulatory compliance. Supervise and actively direct outside counsel. Work closely with business clients and outside counsel to ensure adherence to important corporate and regulatory policies. May plan, guide, and/or oversee the performance of in-house counsel, team members, and/or legal support staff. Draft templates. Write documents. May draft comment letters. May analyze legislation that impacts the company and assist the company in responding to inquiries from Congress and government agencies. Prepare and manage a due diligence budget. Coordinate with internal departments to ensure proper tracking and accounting of legal due diligence expenses.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent required. JD Degree or equivalent required. Preferred. 8+ years of related experience. Experience negotiating and closing complex Commercial Real Estate Finance Transactions 7-10 years. Experience providing coordination and oversight of outside counsel. Experience working independently in fast-paced environment. Experience communicating with clients and building trusted advisor relationships. Experience working in a collaborative legal or business environment. Experience in one or more of the following areas is highly desirable: Counterpart and enterprise risk management loss mitigation and special servicing for commercial loans. Mergers and acquisitions. Commercial mortgage lending selling and servicing contracts. Commercial mortgage servicing and operations. Affordable housing. Data use and technology contracts. Communications and marketing legal support.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-04-21

Real Estate Attorney

Detroit MI Real Estate Attorney The candidate will be responsible for providing legal advice and services relating to key development projects throughout the District Detroit. Will assist with real estate development, construction and procurement transactions. Responsible for drafting, negotiating and interpreting real estate development, procurement and construction documents. Draft, negotiate, review and finalize transactional office, retail and residential real estate documents, including letters of intent, purchase agreements, leases, management and leasing agreements, and confidentiality agreements; architecture, engineering, and professional consulting agreements, construction contracts, service orders, vendor and supplier contracts, and purchase orders for fixtures, furniture and equipment; and general corporate documents, including organizational documents. Assist with the development, maintenance, and control of protocols, strategies and contract templates for real estate development, construction and procurement. Assist project management staff with the development of requests for proposals and evaluation of responses thereto. Assist in facilitating input from various constituents regarding variances from established standards. Assist in processing and tracking agreements. Assist with contract issue resolution. Conduct a broad range of real-estate related project due diligence, including reviewing title reports and obtaining title insurance policies and endorsements. Review, revise and negotiate tenant lease comments. Provide support to the project development team to secure necessary governmental and other stakeholder approvals for new projects. Represent the company in purchases and sales of commercial properties. Represent the company, as borrower, in financing transactions. Manage the use of outside counsel to effectively leverage expertise. Research unique legal issues impacting the organization by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions, and codes. Maintain knowledge and expertise in cutting edge real estate development, construction and procurement law concepts and practices. Must have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited U.S. law school. License to practice law in the State of Michigan required. Should have 7+ years of strong commercial real estate experience is required; developer experience a plus. Must have substantial experience in drafting and negotiating construction contracts, professional services contracts, and procurement-related agreements. Should have substantial experience in drafting and negotiating commercial leases. Must have experience in closing purchases, sales and financing transactions relative to commercial properties. Litigation experience a plus. Deadline : 20-Dec-2019. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-21

Assistant General Counsel - Employment

Ontario CA Assistant General Counsel - Employment The candidate will be responsible for working closely with key leadership at both the corporate and local levels across the health system. Managing the companys high volume of employment lawsuits as well as providing strategic guidance to key stakeholders on employment issues. Must be a seasoned employment attorney with experience in both litigation and counseling. Must be experienced with wrongful termination claims, wage and hour class actions, PAGA claims, as well as discrimination claims. J.D. from ABA Accredited Law School is required. Should be a member in Good Standing of State Bar of California. 4+ years of prior legal experience in law firm, public sector, and/or in-house position is preferred. Must have trial or arbitration hearing experience. Must have experience in the healthcare industry, preferably with hospitals. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-21
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General Counsel
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Claims Counsel (Contract) - Employment Practices Liability (Contract)
Refer job# PSCN143688
 
Claims Counsel (Contract) - Employment Practices Liability (Contract) The candidate will be responsible to analyze liability claim submissions for potential coverage, set adequate case reserves, promptly and professionally respond to inquiries from clients and their brokers, and to proactively drive early resolution of claims arising from Executive Risks products, with a focus on Employment Practices Liability coverage. Manage a full pending of Employment Practices Liability, as well as provide thought leadership in multiple forums within and outside of the company. Strategize with Insureds and Defense Counsel to maximize early settlement opportunities for Employment Practices Liability matters. Analyze and draft coverage analyses. Monitor underlying negotiations/litigation and manage defense counsel and costs. Continually assess exposures and adequacy of claims reserves. Drive employee engagement by exhibiting passion about the company, values, business and our customers. Attend mediations and/or settlement conferences where appropriate; travel as required. Assists in preparing quarterly reserving packs. Actively participate in the Claims/UW feedback loop. Keep senior claims management adequately and appropriately informed of key claims and issues. Liaison directly with insureds and brokers on a daily basis. Maintain timely and accurate file documentation/information.

The candidate must have 2 years Specialty Lines (preferably EPL) coverage experience. J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school is necessary. Bar admission in good standing is mandatory. Ability to manage case load independently and meet time lines is critical. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required. Leadership and people management skills are must.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Commercial Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LKLW143689
 
Commercial Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for providing support on sales agreements, channel partner agreements, and other transactions as needed, including reviewing, drafting, negotiating, revising and interpreting Cloud Based Unified Communications Solutions agreements, Cloud Based Contact Center Solutions agreements, Channel Partner agreements, and consulting and professional service agreements, among others. Interfacing with Sales, Sales Operations, Services, Finance and Accounting teams to assist the Legal teams efforts in the preparation, implementation and optimization of forms, processes and procedures. Streamlining contract management processes and templates, and conducting training sessions for internal Sales team members on procedures and other contract or legal topics as necessary. Contributing broadly to the leadership of the businesses, working effectively with senior management and creating strong trusted advisor relationships with the business leaders.

The candidate must have 10+ years as a deal/transactional lawyer at a top law firm and In-house in a leading high-tech/cloud company. Should have direct experience in structuring, negotiating, and drafting high-tech cloud based communications services. Must have confidence in dealing with other departments, outside representatives and upper management. Should have ability to effectively manage time, prioritize tasks and work within deadlines with little supervision in a fast pace environment. Must have effective written and verbal communication skills, facilitating clear and open communication at all levels of the organization. Should have excellent negotiation and drafting skills. Experience with Governmental Contracting (Locals, State, Federal) a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TZZA143690
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will work directly with procurement business leaders. Will structure, draft, and negotiate a wide variety of commercial transactions covering the varied needs of our fulfillment centers across North America. Strong academic credentials; JD from an accredited law school and membership in at least one state bar. Should have 2+ years of attorney experience at a national or equivalent law firm.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Vice President, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YOPR143691
 
Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate will assist in the establishment and maintenance of client accounts, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating client account documentation (e.g., investment management contracts, organizational documentation, responses to client requests, amendments to investment management contracts). Will research and provide legal and regulatory advice with respect to shareholder disclosure laws, portfolio management licensing laws and fund distribution laws in non-US jurisdictions. Provide legal and regulatory advice on new investments and trading, including private equity investments, PIPEs, and derivatives. Review and provide legal and regulatory advice on new regulatory developments, including working with colleagues across the firm's Law Department in working groups and participating in industry groups. Provide legal and regulatory advice to firm's with respect to the structuring, distribution and development of new products and investment vehicles in the US and outside the US. Provide legal and regulatory advice to firm in its role as a subadviser to mutual funds and review and draft disclosure relating to firm's in mutual fund filings. Provide legal and regulatory advice with respect to various other types of clients and investment vehicles managed by firm's, including UCITS, registered and unregistered insurance separate accounts, and US and non-US pension funds. Review and negotiate vendor contracts. Provide legal and regulatory advice to Compliance Department on compliance issues, regulatory developments and assist in development of procedures. Review and provide legal and regulatory advice on marketing materials. Provide legal and regulatory advice and draft disclosure for regulatory filings.

The candidate should have JD degree and Bar membership. Must have 5+ years of experience supporting an asset management firm. Must have exceptional understanding of US and international regulations including US Investment Advisers Act, US Investment Company Act, international investment adviser regulations, and international shareholder reporting regulations. Familiarity with investing in private placements, plan investment issues of ERISA plan investors, and Commodity Exchange Act, including derivatives clearing and trading issues, a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel- Employment Law
Refer job# EOSJ143692
 
Counsel- Employment Law The candidate Directly manages matter work and oversees outside counsel. Advanced Legal Degree or local country equivalent degree usually required. Progression to this level usually requires licensure/certification by the local country or jurisdiction. In some jurisdictions, may not require licensure or certification for placement in the role; in others, licensure/certification is required. 3-5 years minimum of total work experience as a qualified attorney is preferred. Prior corporate legal experience within the financial services industry or experience in assigned practice area (e.g., securities, employment, etc.) with an outside law firm is preferred. Should have strong leadership skills, to motivate and direct individuals. Must have strong communication skills, with the ability to communicate and interact with individuals on different levels both internal and external to the Legal Department. 3 years of experience as a practicing employment attorney preferred. Must have strong working knowledge of federal, state and city employment laws and regulations and provide ability to capably advise, counsel and train clients on the same. Must also have strong negotiation and employment litigation experience as well as experience in handling charges of discrimination filed with federal, state and city human rights commissions. Must have the demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects and drive them to conclusion in a timely manner. Also, the candidate must have deep experience drafting and negotiating employment and separation agreements.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TVTL143693
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Supporting the sales and procurement teams in the negotiation and drafting of sales and purchasing contracts. Reviewing, negotiating, and drafting commercial agreements of all types. Analyzing a contracts risk to the business and ensuring that the contracts meet companys risk profile and the business units objectives. Consulting with assigned business units on legal aspects of various projects and initiatives. Other duties as may be assigned by the General Counsel - North America. Creating and maintaining contract templates. Working with the businesses to establish and maintain a contract administration process, including the storage/retrieval of contracts, as well as the monitoring and documenting of renewal or termination of contracts. Establishing and maintaining database of real estate properties. Interacting with other functions to obtain relevant input for transactions and projects. Keeping abreast of changes in United States law and regulations, and working with the businesses to respond to such changes. Regularly gathering and reporting data on various topics, such as contractual activity and outside counsel fees. Training the staff with respect to contract topics. Training the staff regarding compliance with applicable laws and company policies. Working directly with other members of the Law Department as appropriate. Supporting Law Department projects and initiatives. Should have substantial experience working with commercial contracts of all types to support transactions of significant importance to the company. The experience and judgment to prioritize projects so as to meet business objectives and competing deadline requirements. Good understanding of insurance and risk management concepts is preferred. Experience with international contracts is desirable. Knowledge of logistics, customs, and export-control requirements is desirable. Law degree from an ABA accredited law school in the United States is essential. Should have license to practice law in at least one state. Must have 5-10 years of professional experience in combination of law firm and in-house. Should have experience advising manufacturing clients. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Commercial Real Estate Lending Attorney
Refer job# WYPH143694
 
Commercial Real Estate Lending Attorney Duties: Provide legal advice and service by combining skill and knowledge in mortgage finance, real estate law and corporate law with sound business acumen and judgement of business goals and objectives of the company or assigned business units. Engage with assigned business units to meet goals. Pursue details and achieve closure on various matters. Provide excellent client service. Use business and legal judgment to balance an appropriate level of risk against the business needs in a particular situation. Operate within the framework of allowable corporate behavior and governance, and legal and regulatory compliance. Supervise and actively direct outside counsel. Work closely with business clients and outside counsel to ensure adherence to important corporate and regulatory policies. May plan, guide, and/or oversee the performance of in-house counsel, team members, and/or legal support staff. Draft templates. Write documents. May draft comment letters. May analyze legislation that impacts the company and assist the company in responding to inquiries from Congress and government agencies. Prepare and manage a due diligence budget. Coordinate with internal departments to ensure proper tracking and accounting of legal due diligence expenses.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent required. JD Degree or equivalent required. Preferred. 8+ years of related experience. Experience negotiating and closing complex Commercial Real Estate Finance Transactions 7-10 years. Experience providing coordination and oversight of outside counsel. Experience working independently in fast-paced environment. Experience communicating with clients and building trusted advisor relationships. Experience working in a collaborative legal or business environment. Experience in one or more of the following areas is highly desirable: Counterpart and enterprise risk management loss mitigation and special servicing for commercial loans. Mergers and acquisitions. Commercial mortgage lending selling and servicing contracts. Commercial mortgage servicing and operations. Affordable housing. Data use and technology contracts. Communications and marketing legal support.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Commercial Real Estate Lending Attorney
Refer job# DEBS143695
 
Commercial Real Estate Lending Attorney Duties: Provide legal advice and service by combining skill and knowledge in mortgage finance, real estate law and corporate law with sound business acumen and judgement of business goals and objectives of the company or assigned business units. Engage with assigned business units to meet goals. Pursue details and achieve closure on various matters. Provide excellent client service. Use business and legal judgment to balance an appropriate level of risk against the business needs in a particular situation. Operate within the framework of allowable corporate behavior and governance, and legal and regulatory compliance. Supervise and actively direct outside counsel. Work closely with business clients and outside counsel to ensure adherence to important corporate and regulatory policies. May plan, guide, and/or oversee the performance of in-house counsel, team members, and/or legal support staff. Draft templates. Write documents. May draft comment letters. May analyze legislation that impacts the company and assist the company in responding to inquiries from Congress and government agencies. Prepare and manage a due diligence budget. Coordinate with internal departments to ensure proper tracking and accounting of legal due diligence expenses.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent required. JD Degree or equivalent required. Preferred. 8+ years of related experience. Experience negotiating and closing complex Commercial Real Estate Finance Transactions 7-10 years. Experience providing coordination and oversight of outside counsel. Experience working independently in fast-paced environment. Experience communicating with clients and building trusted advisor relationships. Experience working in a collaborative legal or business environment. Experience in one or more of the following areas is highly desirable: Counterpart and enterprise risk management loss mitigation and special servicing for commercial loans. Mergers and acquisitions. Commercial mortgage lending selling and servicing contracts. Commercial mortgage servicing and operations. Affordable housing. Data use and technology contracts. Communications and marketing legal support.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# WEGH143696
 
Real Estate Attorney The candidate will be responsible for providing legal advice and services relating to key development projects throughout the District Detroit. Will assist with real estate development, construction and procurement transactions. Responsible for drafting, negotiating and interpreting real estate development, procurement and construction documents. Draft, negotiate, review and finalize transactional office, retail and residential real estate documents, including letters of intent, purchase agreements, leases, management and leasing agreements, and confidentiality agreements; architecture, engineering, and professional consulting agreements, construction contracts, service orders, vendor and supplier contracts, and purchase orders for fixtures, furniture and equipment; and general corporate documents, including organizational documents. Assist with the development, maintenance, and control of protocols, strategies and contract templates for real estate development, construction and procurement. Assist project management staff with the development of requests for proposals and evaluation of responses thereto. Assist in facilitating input from various constituents regarding variances from established standards. Assist in processing and tracking agreements. Assist with contract issue resolution. Conduct a broad range of real-estate related project due diligence, including reviewing title reports and obtaining title insurance policies and endorsements. Review, revise and negotiate tenant lease comments. Provide support to the project development team to secure necessary governmental and other stakeholder approvals for new projects. Represent the company in purchases and sales of commercial properties. Represent the company, as borrower, in financing transactions. Manage the use of outside counsel to effectively leverage expertise. Research unique legal issues impacting the organization by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions, and codes. Maintain knowledge and expertise in cutting edge real estate development, construction and procurement law concepts and practices. Must have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited U.S. law school. License to practice law in the State of Michigan required. Should have 7+ years of strong commercial real estate experience is required; developer experience a plus. Must have substantial experience in drafting and negotiating construction contracts, professional services contracts, and procurement-related agreements. Should have substantial experience in drafting and negotiating commercial leases. Must have experience in closing purchases, sales and financing transactions relative to commercial properties. Litigation experience a plus. Deadline : 20-Dec-2019.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Assistant General Counsel - Employment
Refer job# OREH143697
 
Assistant General Counsel - Employment The candidate will be responsible for working closely with key leadership at both the corporate and local levels across the health system. Managing the companys high volume of employment lawsuits as well as providing strategic guidance to key stakeholders on employment issues. Must be a seasoned employment attorney with experience in both litigation and counseling. Must be experienced with wrongful termination claims, wage and hour class actions, PAGA claims, as well as discrimination claims. J.D. from ABA Accredited Law School is required. Should be a member in Good Standing of State Bar of California. 4+ years of prior legal experience in law firm, public sector, and/or in-house position is preferred. Must have trial or arbitration hearing experience. Must have experience in the healthcare industry, preferably with hospitals.
 
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