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Corporate Counsel

Boca Raton FL Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Support the CLO in enhancing the in-house legal function to manage all legal affairs - a preference for candidates with strong healthcare. Assist the CLO in providing legal support to corporate functions. Provide M&A support, including due diligence on legal and regulatory. Assist the CLO with the compliance. Assist the CLO in developing a risk management program including litigation management. Provide legal support to physician group care centers.

Qualifications: Must have 4+ years of relevant legal experience ideally serving as an in-house Counsel in a similarly-sized or larger company in the healthcare industry on the provider side. Law firm candidates without prior in-house experience will be considered. Experience with healthcare regulatory matters, corporate transactions, and complex commercial transactions is required. Candidates should have demonstrated experience in working in a fast-paced environment focused on accelerating the growth of business. Must be a member of the bar Florida or qualify for the authorized house counsel exception. Will have: Strong written and verbal communication. Team player and willing to collaborate or work independently in a fast-paced environment. Experience with physician management groups or similar healthcare provider experience desired. Substantial expertise in corporate transactions, preferably in the healthcare industry on the provider side. Ability to collaborate and influence by building partnership through systematic. Significant experience supporting business operations by driving results and working to beat. Excellent judgment and the ability to lead change and advocate for new.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-16

Litigation Attorney

Tampa FL Litigation Attorney The candidate will be responsible for all company litigation and threatened litigation from inception to trial, as well as day-to-day case management. Analyzes proposed and established legislation, prepares legal documents, and reviews company policies. Advises in all issues relating to employment law, discrimination, diversity and equal employment opportunity. Provides counsel and advice relating to all areas of the law impacting company operations. Responds to EEOC charges of discrimination including client contact, investigation, preparing position statements, conducting onsite visits, client interviews, mediating case with the EEOC. Oversees the workers compensation and general liability program in conjunction with the third-party adjuster, and participates in legal strategy for litigated claims, settlement decisions, and quarterly claims reviews. Manages external counsel and general litigation. Identifies risks and proposes alternative structures to mitigate risks involved in potential transactions. Creates litigation reports and correspondence, and effectively presents information to senior management. Responds to inquiries from regulatory agencies, including but not limited to, OSHA, various state health departments, various state taxing authorities, state human rights commissions, and the NLRB. Reviews and oversees the production of documents requested via subpoenas and other requests for production. Oversees compliance with lawful garnishments of wages. Manages franchisee litigation, including lawsuits brought by franchisees and lawsuits against franchises, as well as lawsuits in which the company and a franchisee are both named as defendants. Works with the insurance broker to provide information for insurance applications and make insurance claims where appropriate.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate degree. Should have 5+ years of related experience. Highly refined, demonstrated leadership of legal matters is required. Should have ability to create new and innovative solutions in response to changes in the industry, strategic objectives of the company, or market opportunities. Must have proven analytical skills to understand complex contracts and other documents. Must have excellent analytical skills with the ability to think independently, take corrective action, and to resolve inquiries and requests for information. Should have outstanding organizational skills with ability to handle multiple priorities, meet demanding deadlines, adjust to sudden changes in workflow, and maintain high quality standards.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-16

Senior Corporate Counsel- Transactions And M&a

Lithia FL Senior Corporate Counsel- Transactions and M&A The candidate will provide strategic legal counsel to companys business units and functions through the negotiation of complex business transactions and drafting of documents relating to mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, equity investments, licensing arrangements, and other complex transactions to anticipate and minimize legal exposures. Draft, review and negotiate contracts and other documents. Provide legal support to companys Strategy and Growth function on various growth and innovation projects. Manage outside counsel to reduce legal risk and expense. Consult with colleagues to properly evaluate, communicate and manage risks. Provide legal support and counsel, including the negotiation, review and drafting of various commercial finance related transactions, including credit agreements, parent guarantees and leases. Provide leadership and administer companys Corporate Secretary function, including hands-on management and supervision of the Companys annual meeting, proxy statement preparation, transfer agent, subsidiary administration and resolution drafting processes. Lead the Board of Directors and Committee meeting material preparation process. Draft minutes for the company and its subsidiaries Board of Directors and Committee meetings. Monitor and develop procedures set in place by the Board of Directors/management regarding corporate governance, including following developments affecting corporate governance and making recommendations to the Board of Directors on development of best practices. Special projects as assigned.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor Degree. Membership in the state bar association as an attorney licensed to practice law, preferably in Minnesota of Florida. 10+ years of corporate experience in a law firm or corporate law department. Strong background in transactional work, particularly M&A and corporate finance transactions. Proven experience in successfully managing outside counsel on complex corporate transactions. Strong working knowledge of U.S. securities laws, reporting requirements and corporate governance, including corporate reorganizations and subsidiary administration, working on behalf of a publicly traded company. Strong academic credentials. Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook). Strong oral, written, presentation and listening communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills required to build and maintain trust with internal teams and with the ability to lead through influence and network and external transaction counterparties. Executive presence and ability to communicate well with senior managers. Proven project management and leadership skills. Ability to work within and lead diverse teams. Desire to work directly with the companys operations and finance professionals. Strong business acumen. Demonstrated problem solving and decision-making skills. Strong analytical and critical thinking skills. Highly professional demeanor and diplomacy skills. Ability to travel throughout the U.S., Canada and other international locations 10% of the time. Must be legally authorized to work in the United States.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-15

Corporate Counsel

Miami FL Corporate Counsel The candidate liaise with local counsel to manage major and minor litigation cases involving Company entities, including joint liability lawsuits, consumer protection cases, enforcement of arbitration awards, trademark and trade dress infringement actions. Oversee outside counsel work (including review of pleadings and other court fillings) to ensure they deliver accurate level of service in line with business needs. Outline appropriate actions to be taken, including creation of legal strategy and budget for each case and informing Subway Support Center Legal and Insurance Department, as well as relevant stakeholder, as the case may be. Ensure action plan for each case is implemented and completed. Provide coaching to the Business Development Agents (BDAs) on how to best resolve troubled franchisees, how to prevent problems and how to better prepare for a successful arbitration cases. Help the BDAs engage more effectively with various legal teams at Global Support Center. Coach BDAs how to properly document and learn to accelerate the process to resolving trouble franchisees. Lead Restaurants at Risk calls with the BDAs in LATAM (except Brazil) and be the project manager of the action plans discussed in the calls. Conduct legal research in each country, to ensure all cases are managed in accordance with applicable laws, including trademark actions procedures, administrative actions, exequaturs for homologation of arbitration awards, etc. Become familiar with timeframes and filling formalities for each country and define alternative mechanisms to support business needs. Assist in the investigation of underreporting cases. Collect supporting documents and facts to build case. Send default and termination letters to franchisees owner in breach and coordinate filling of legal actions. Become proficient at working within the companys case management system to create, manage, and update cases, including case budgets. JD required. Must be admitted to FL bar, authorized in-house counsel or a licensed attorney in a LATAM jurisdiction. Must be BILINGUAL (English & Spanish). Should have 2-5 years experience in in-house or private law firm setting. Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2019-06-14

Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel Environmental And Mass Tort Claim/asbestos, Life Science, Con

Boca Raton FL Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel - Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Science, Construction Defect- The candidate will accept referrals of complex coverage matters and other claim-related legal issues from companys Commercial Claim organization, primarily from the Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect disciplines. In this role, may also provide assistance from time to time in other lines of business. As a member of our commercial claim legal team, you will perform legal research and analysis of complex coverage issues and provide counsel, guidance, recommendations, and periodic support for training initiatives and other special projects. Work assignments include providing legal advice and litigation support in connection with the most complex and/or severe claims and related coverage issues. Performs a combination of duties in accordance with departmental guidelines: Provides legal and strategic analysis and advice to claim teams and other internal business partners with respect to complex coverage issues and the potential impact of coverage on overall claim exposure and legal risks by researching and analyzing issues in both litigated and non-litigated matters. Partners with claim professionals in developing and executing strategies for handling claim related legal issues that range from simple low impact to complex multi-faceted and high impact. Manages and oversees coverage litigation and serves as the decision point for engaging external counsel, including selecting and working with counsel and assisting with the preparation and editing of briefs and other substantive filings and communications. Develops written and verbal communications regarding coverage with our customers, their counsel, claimants counsel, and others. Develops and drives execution of negotiation strategies for coverage matters. Facilitates claim resolution by engaging directly with customers, claimants, and other insurers through mediations, settlement conferences, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Partners with Claim Underwriting and Product Development teams to develop, supplement, and revise policy language. May participate with Senior Management in the development and implementation of claims and business policies. Maintains big-picture perspective while identifying and executing critical strategies and priorities for complex claim-related legal issues. Educates key stakeholders by providing ongoing formal and informal coverage training to our claim teams and other internal business partners. Tracks legal and regulatory changes and advises claim teams and other business partners of the impact of such changes. May perform additional duties as assigned. Reporting Relationship: Typically AVP and above.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree with JD and admission to the Bar of at least one state. Typically requires 10 years of coverage experience with a law firm and/or insurance carrier with progression in responsibility. May require specific technical/functional area legal experience. Should have senior level knowledge of the law, as well as legal theories, principles, and litigation practices and procedures within an insurance organization. Must have excellent technical and product specific expertise of commercial insurance products. should have 8-10 years of experience, either in an in-house position handling claims of the highest severity, or in a law firm providing legal advice and litigating third-party insurance claims of the highest severity and complexity, and will possess top-tier legal research and communication skills and coverage acumen. Ideal candidates will also have prior experience as a third-party coverage attorney, be admitted to the bar of at least one state, and have substantial experience providing in-house legal support and strategic counsel to claims staff and senior management in connection with third-party lines of business (principally Environmental and Mass Tort/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect). Should have ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve desired results, including helping self and others to excel through building strong relationships. Must have excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation, and presentation skills and the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Should have strong negotiation, consultative, and facilitation skills, with the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Must have ability to exercise independent judgment and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. Should have excellent analytic and creative problem solving skills, along with senior level skill in managing and resolving highly complex claim-related situations and issues. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software (including Adobe and Westlaw).
Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2019-06-14

Corporate Counsel - Legal Operations

Boca Raton FL Corporate Counsel - Legal Operations The candidate will be responsible to provide legal support and counseling, including in connection with asset management and corporate contracts and documents as requested by various company departments. Review, draft and negotiate documents in connection with Operations matters, including Services, New Tower Development and other Operations contracts. Review and analyze ground leases, easements, tenant leases, surveys, title reports and other property-related contracts. Prepare, review and negotiate various other contracts and agreements. Assist with litigation support and oversight, including pre-litigation disputes and issues. Assist with asset/property management matters, including, but not limited to, resolving landlord-tenant disputes, ownership changes, ground owner foreclosures, tenant and ground owner bankruptcies, property condemnations and tax matters. Perform other projects and duties as assigned.

The candidate must have BA/BS degree. Juris Doctorate is required. 4-6 years of experience in commercial real estate transactions and/or commercial real estate litigation including, landlord-tenant relations, property development and construction is needed. Wireless industry experiece is preferred. Knowledge of general corporate matters is strongly beneficial. Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills are must. Current Bar admittance in at least one state is necessary.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2019-06-14

Insurance Defense Attorney - Bodily Injury

Tampa FL Insurance Defense Attorney - Bodily Injury The candidate will prepare pleadings, discovery, necessary court documents and attend court hearings, mediations, arbitrations, and trials in assigned venues; Prepare timely structured reports on litigation developments to claims partners and Progressive insureds; Obtain, review and analyze written discovery, depositions and medical records; Communicating and collaborating with assigned claims partners and legal support staff while maintaining excellent relationships; Assess value of claims and risks of exposure. Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from an accredited law school is require. Must be active license to practice law in Florida. Should have 2+ years of general/auto civil litigation experience. Should have 3+ years experience in auto defense litigation or plaintiffs personal injury. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-13

Insurance Defense Attorney - Bodily Injury

Jacksonville FL Insurance Defense Attorney - Bodily Injury The candidate will be a member of insurance defense litigation team, providing legal representation to Progressive insureds and/or to the Progressive Insurance Companies before courts and arbitration panels in all aspects of litigation. Handling own cases from beginning to end, will also prepare legal pleadings, motions, statements, trial briefs and be involved in negotiating settlements. Will work closely with our customers and claims team to ensure all appropriate defenses are leveraged to reach positive outcomes. Prepare pleadings, discovery, necessary court documents and attend court hearings, mediations, arbitrations, and trials in assigned venues. Prepare timely structured reports on litigation developments to claims partners and Progressive insureds. Obtain, review and analyze written discovery, depositions and medical records. Communicating and collaborating with assigned claims partners and legal support staff while maintaining excellent relationships. Assess value of claims and risks of exposure. Should have JD degree from an accredited law school. Active license to practice law in Florida is essential. Should have 3+ years experience in auto defense litigation or plaintiffs personal injury. Must have ability to identify risk, review and assess medical records, depositions and other legal documents. Should have listening, verbal and written communication skills. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-13

UHNW Tax and Estate Planning Attorney

Miami FL UHNW Tax and Estate Planning Attorney The candidate will provide duties include: Helping Private Wealth Advisers (PWAs), and other Financial Advisers (FAs) with UHNW clients, identify appropriate client opportunities for Family Office Resources (FOR). Managing the end-to-end adviser and client experience of FOR Resources. Coordinating comprehensive and integrated planning across teams of FOR specialists, and across divisions, to address each client s unique and evolving needs (e.g., family dynamics; philanthropic and charitable planning; business succession planning; cash flow modeling and liquidity management; estate, gift, and generation skipping tax planning; income tax planning; retirement and educational tax planning; asset protection and risk management; executive compensation and benefits). Working with regional and local branch management to identify and support business development initiatives around UHNW clients and prospects. Proactively engaging and building relationships with advisers and clients who do not engage FOR today, but may benefit from FOR capabilities. Keeping current all client relationship management (CRM) data and dossiers across FOR. Acting as a and FOR ambassador by making presentations at various internal and external forums. Participating in client VIP and recruit meetings.

The candidate must have 10+ years industry experience. Must have experience in working with ultra-high net worth individuals with a net worth of 10M or more (e.g., SFO or MFO professional; private bank professional; trust, tax and estate attorney or accountant, etc.). Must have advanced degrees (e.g., JD). Must have excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills. Must have series 7 and 66, 24 is preferred.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-09

Commercial Litigation Associate Attorney

Naples FL Commercial Litigation Associate Attorney The candidate will handle duties that include: Prepare and draft legal documents on behalf of clients; Advise clients on business and legal transactions; Negotiate settlements for legal disputes; Comply with all legal standards and regulations; Perform administrative and management functions related to the practice of law; Independently manage a litigation caseload, working cases from beginning to end; Work closely with other attorneys and partners on legal projects; Communicate with clients and provide status reports; Develop ability to network to build new clientele and bring in business. Must have experience handling matters through the various stages of litigation, including motion practice, hearings and depositions. Should have 3-5 years of litigation experience. Experience with commercial litigation is required. Must have JD from a top 50 accredited law school. Must be currently licensed to practice law in Florida. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-06-07
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Compensation- $10,000 for two months of work. We are a small Real Estate company seeking a Florida Federal Court  licenced Attorney to represent us in Orlando, FL.  Experience appearing in Fedral Court Drafting/ Filing legal documents Kn... + read more

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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# GBEI144567
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Support the CLO in enhancing the in-house legal function to manage all legal affairs - a preference for candidates with strong healthcare. Assist the CLO in providing legal support to corporate functions. Provide M&A support, including due diligence on legal and regulatory. Assist the CLO with the compliance. Assist the CLO in developing a risk management program including litigation management. Provide legal support to physician group care centers.

Qualifications: Must have 4+ years of relevant legal experience ideally serving as an in-house Counsel in a similarly-sized or larger company in the healthcare industry on the provider side. Law firm candidates without prior in-house experience will be considered. Experience with healthcare regulatory matters, corporate transactions, and complex commercial transactions is required. Candidates should have demonstrated experience in working in a fast-paced environment focused on accelerating the growth of business. Must be a member of the bar Florida or qualify for the authorized house counsel exception. Will have: Strong written and verbal communication. Team player and willing to collaborate or work independently in a fast-paced environment. Experience with physician management groups or similar healthcare provider experience desired. Substantial expertise in corporate transactions, preferably in the healthcare industry on the provider side. Ability to collaborate and influence by building partnership through systematic. Significant experience supporting business operations by driving results and working to beat. Excellent judgment and the ability to lead change and advocate for new.
 
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Litigation Attorney
Refer job# TWRT144588
 
Litigation Attorney The candidate will be responsible for all company litigation and threatened litigation from inception to trial, as well as day-to-day case management. Analyzes proposed and established legislation, prepares legal documents, and reviews company policies. Advises in all issues relating to employment law, discrimination, diversity and equal employment opportunity. Provides counsel and advice relating to all areas of the law impacting company operations. Responds to EEOC charges of discrimination including client contact, investigation, preparing position statements, conducting onsite visits, client interviews, mediating case with the EEOC. Oversees the workers compensation and general liability program in conjunction with the third-party adjuster, and participates in legal strategy for litigated claims, settlement decisions, and quarterly claims reviews. Manages external counsel and general litigation. Identifies risks and proposes alternative structures to mitigate risks involved in potential transactions. Creates litigation reports and correspondence, and effectively presents information to senior management. Responds to inquiries from regulatory agencies, including but not limited to, OSHA, various state health departments, various state taxing authorities, state human rights commissions, and the NLRB. Reviews and oversees the production of documents requested via subpoenas and other requests for production. Oversees compliance with lawful garnishments of wages. Manages franchisee litigation, including lawsuits brought by franchisees and lawsuits against franchises, as well as lawsuits in which the company and a franchisee are both named as defendants. Works with the insurance broker to provide information for insurance applications and make insurance claims where appropriate.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate degree. Should have 5+ years of related experience. Highly refined, demonstrated leadership of legal matters is required. Should have ability to create new and innovative solutions in response to changes in the industry, strategic objectives of the company, or market opportunities. Must have proven analytical skills to understand complex contracts and other documents. Must have excellent analytical skills with the ability to think independently, take corrective action, and to resolve inquiries and requests for information. Should have outstanding organizational skills with ability to handle multiple priorities, meet demanding deadlines, adjust to sudden changes in workflow, and maintain high quality standards.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel- Transactions And M&a
Refer job# NVUA144552
 
Senior Corporate Counsel- Transactions and M&A The candidate will provide strategic legal counsel to companys business units and functions through the negotiation of complex business transactions and drafting of documents relating to mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, equity investments, licensing arrangements, and other complex transactions to anticipate and minimize legal exposures. Draft, review and negotiate contracts and other documents. Provide legal support to companys Strategy and Growth function on various growth and innovation projects. Manage outside counsel to reduce legal risk and expense. Consult with colleagues to properly evaluate, communicate and manage risks. Provide legal support and counsel, including the negotiation, review and drafting of various commercial finance related transactions, including credit agreements, parent guarantees and leases. Provide leadership and administer companys Corporate Secretary function, including hands-on management and supervision of the Companys annual meeting, proxy statement preparation, transfer agent, subsidiary administration and resolution drafting processes. Lead the Board of Directors and Committee meeting material preparation process. Draft minutes for the company and its subsidiaries Board of Directors and Committee meetings. Monitor and develop procedures set in place by the Board of Directors/management regarding corporate governance, including following developments affecting corporate governance and making recommendations to the Board of Directors on development of best practices. Special projects as assigned.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor Degree. Membership in the state bar association as an attorney licensed to practice law, preferably in Minnesota of Florida. 10+ years of corporate experience in a law firm or corporate law department. Strong background in transactional work, particularly M&A and corporate finance transactions. Proven experience in successfully managing outside counsel on complex corporate transactions. Strong working knowledge of U.S. securities laws, reporting requirements and corporate governance, including corporate reorganizations and subsidiary administration, working on behalf of a publicly traded company. Strong academic credentials. Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook). Strong oral, written, presentation and listening communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills required to build and maintain trust with internal teams and with the ability to lead through influence and network and external transaction counterparties. Executive presence and ability to communicate well with senior managers. Proven project management and leadership skills. Ability to work within and lead diverse teams. Desire to work directly with the companys operations and finance professionals. Strong business acumen. Demonstrated problem solving and decision-making skills. Strong analytical and critical thinking skills. Highly professional demeanor and diplomacy skills. Ability to travel throughout the U.S., Canada and other international locations 10% of the time. Must be legally authorized to work in the United States.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# AIZV144498
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate liaise with local counsel to manage major and minor litigation cases involving Company entities, including joint liability lawsuits, consumer protection cases, enforcement of arbitration awards, trademark and trade dress infringement actions. Oversee outside counsel work (including review of pleadings and other court fillings) to ensure they deliver accurate level of service in line with business needs. Outline appropriate actions to be taken, including creation of legal strategy and budget for each case and informing Subway Support Center Legal and Insurance Department, as well as relevant stakeholder, as the case may be. Ensure action plan for each case is implemented and completed. Provide coaching to the Business Development Agents (BDAs) on how to best resolve troubled franchisees, how to prevent problems and how to better prepare for a successful arbitration cases. Help the BDAs engage more effectively with various legal teams at Global Support Center. Coach BDAs how to properly document and learn to accelerate the process to resolving trouble franchisees. Lead Restaurants at Risk calls with the BDAs in LATAM (except Brazil) and be the project manager of the action plans discussed in the calls. Conduct legal research in each country, to ensure all cases are managed in accordance with applicable laws, including trademark actions procedures, administrative actions, exequaturs for homologation of arbitration awards, etc. Become familiar with timeframes and filling formalities for each country and define alternative mechanisms to support business needs. Assist in the investigation of underreporting cases. Collect supporting documents and facts to build case. Send default and termination letters to franchisees owner in breach and coordinate filling of legal actions. Become proficient at working within the companys case management system to create, manage, and update cases, including case budgets. JD required. Must be admitted to FL bar, authorized in-house counsel or a licensed attorney in a LATAM jurisdiction. Must be BILINGUAL (English & Spanish). Should have 2-5 years experience in in-house or private law firm setting.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel Environmental And Mass Tort Claim/asbestos, Life Science, Con
Refer job# IPJR144515
 
Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel - Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Science, Construction Defect- The candidate will accept referrals of complex coverage matters and other claim-related legal issues from companys Commercial Claim organization, primarily from the Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect disciplines. In this role, may also provide assistance from time to time in other lines of business. As a member of our commercial claim legal team, you will perform legal research and analysis of complex coverage issues and provide counsel, guidance, recommendations, and periodic support for training initiatives and other special projects. Work assignments include providing legal advice and litigation support in connection with the most complex and/or severe claims and related coverage issues. Performs a combination of duties in accordance with departmental guidelines: Provides legal and strategic analysis and advice to claim teams and other internal business partners with respect to complex coverage issues and the potential impact of coverage on overall claim exposure and legal risks by researching and analyzing issues in both litigated and non-litigated matters. Partners with claim professionals in developing and executing strategies for handling claim related legal issues that range from simple low impact to complex multi-faceted and high impact. Manages and oversees coverage litigation and serves as the decision point for engaging external counsel, including selecting and working with counsel and assisting with the preparation and editing of briefs and other substantive filings and communications. Develops written and verbal communications regarding coverage with our customers, their counsel, claimants counsel, and others. Develops and drives execution of negotiation strategies for coverage matters. Facilitates claim resolution by engaging directly with customers, claimants, and other insurers through mediations, settlement conferences, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Partners with Claim Underwriting and Product Development teams to develop, supplement, and revise policy language. May participate with Senior Management in the development and implementation of claims and business policies. Maintains big-picture perspective while identifying and executing critical strategies and priorities for complex claim-related legal issues. Educates key stakeholders by providing ongoing formal and informal coverage training to our claim teams and other internal business partners. Tracks legal and regulatory changes and advises claim teams and other business partners of the impact of such changes. May perform additional duties as assigned. Reporting Relationship: Typically AVP and above.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree with JD and admission to the Bar of at least one state. Typically requires 10 years of coverage experience with a law firm and/or insurance carrier with progression in responsibility. May require specific technical/functional area legal experience. Should have senior level knowledge of the law, as well as legal theories, principles, and litigation practices and procedures within an insurance organization. Must have excellent technical and product specific expertise of commercial insurance products. should have 8-10 years of experience, either in an in-house position handling claims of the highest severity, or in a law firm providing legal advice and litigating third-party insurance claims of the highest severity and complexity, and will possess top-tier legal research and communication skills and coverage acumen. Ideal candidates will also have prior experience as a third-party coverage attorney, be admitted to the bar of at least one state, and have substantial experience providing in-house legal support and strategic counsel to claims staff and senior management in connection with third-party lines of business (principally Environmental and Mass Tort/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect). Should have ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve desired results, including helping self and others to excel through building strong relationships. Must have excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation, and presentation skills and the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Should have strong negotiation, consultative, and facilitation skills, with the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Must have ability to exercise independent judgment and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. Should have excellent analytic and creative problem solving skills, along with senior level skill in managing and resolving highly complex claim-related situations and issues. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software (including Adobe and Westlaw).
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Legal Operations
Refer job# ZVIC144517
 
Corporate Counsel - Legal Operations The candidate will be responsible to provide legal support and counseling, including in connection with asset management and corporate contracts and documents as requested by various company departments. Review, draft and negotiate documents in connection with Operations matters, including Services, New Tower Development and other Operations contracts. Review and analyze ground leases, easements, tenant leases, surveys, title reports and other property-related contracts. Prepare, review and negotiate various other contracts and agreements. Assist with litigation support and oversight, including pre-litigation disputes and issues. Assist with asset/property management matters, including, but not limited to, resolving landlord-tenant disputes, ownership changes, ground owner foreclosures, tenant and ground owner bankruptcies, property condemnations and tax matters. Perform other projects and duties as assigned.

The candidate must have BA/BS degree. Juris Doctorate is required. 4-6 years of experience in commercial real estate transactions and/or commercial real estate litigation including, landlord-tenant relations, property development and construction is needed. Wireless industry experiece is preferred. Knowledge of general corporate matters is strongly beneficial. Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills are must. Current Bar admittance in at least one state is necessary.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Insurance Defense Attorney - Bodily Injury
Refer job# HCTP144483
 
Insurance Defense Attorney - Bodily Injury The candidate will prepare pleadings, discovery, necessary court documents and attend court hearings, mediations, arbitrations, and trials in assigned venues; Prepare timely structured reports on litigation developments to claims partners and Progressive insureds; Obtain, review and analyze written discovery, depositions and medical records; Communicating and collaborating with assigned claims partners and legal support staff while maintaining excellent relationships; Assess value of claims and risks of exposure. Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from an accredited law school is require. Must be active license to practice law in Florida. Should have 2+ years of general/auto civil litigation experience. Should have 3+ years experience in auto defense litigation or plaintiffs personal injury.
 
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Insurance Defense Attorney - Bodily Injury
Refer job# WWXI144485
 
Insurance Defense Attorney - Bodily Injury The candidate will be a member of insurance defense litigation team, providing legal representation to Progressive insureds and/or to the Progressive Insurance Companies before courts and arbitration panels in all aspects of litigation. Handling own cases from beginning to end, will also prepare legal pleadings, motions, statements, trial briefs and be involved in negotiating settlements. Will work closely with our customers and claims team to ensure all appropriate defenses are leveraged to reach positive outcomes. Prepare pleadings, discovery, necessary court documents and attend court hearings, mediations, arbitrations, and trials in assigned venues. Prepare timely structured reports on litigation developments to claims partners and Progressive insureds. Obtain, review and analyze written discovery, depositions and medical records. Communicating and collaborating with assigned claims partners and legal support staff while maintaining excellent relationships. Assess value of claims and risks of exposure. Should have JD degree from an accredited law school. Active license to practice law in Florida is essential. Should have 3+ years experience in auto defense litigation or plaintiffs personal injury. Must have ability to identify risk, review and assess medical records, depositions and other legal documents. Should have listening, verbal and written communication skills.
 
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UHNW Tax and Estate Planning Attorney
Refer job# FCUT144437
 
UHNW Tax and Estate Planning Attorney The candidate will provide duties include: Helping Private Wealth Advisers (PWAs), and other Financial Advisers (FAs) with UHNW clients, identify appropriate client opportunities for Family Office Resources (FOR). Managing the end-to-end adviser and client experience of FOR Resources. Coordinating comprehensive and integrated planning across teams of FOR specialists, and across divisions, to address each client s unique and evolving needs (e.g., family dynamics; philanthropic and charitable planning; business succession planning; cash flow modeling and liquidity management; estate, gift, and generation skipping tax planning; income tax planning; retirement and educational tax planning; asset protection and risk management; executive compensation and benefits). Working with regional and local branch management to identify and support business development initiatives around UHNW clients and prospects. Proactively engaging and building relationships with advisers and clients who do not engage FOR today, but may benefit from FOR capabilities. Keeping current all client relationship management (CRM) data and dossiers across FOR. Acting as a and FOR ambassador by making presentations at various internal and external forums. Participating in client VIP and recruit meetings.

The candidate must have 10+ years industry experience. Must have experience in working with ultra-high net worth individuals with a net worth of 10M or more (e.g., SFO or MFO professional; private bank professional; trust, tax and estate attorney or accountant, etc.). Must have advanced degrees (e.g., JD). Must have excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills. Must have series 7 and 66, 24 is preferred.
 
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Commercial Litigation Associate Attorney
Refer job# ENJH144394
 
Commercial Litigation Associate Attorney The candidate will handle duties that include: Prepare and draft legal documents on behalf of clients; Advise clients on business and legal transactions; Negotiate settlements for legal disputes; Comply with all legal standards and regulations; Perform administrative and management functions related to the practice of law; Independently manage a litigation caseload, working cases from beginning to end; Work closely with other attorneys and partners on legal projects; Communicate with clients and provide status reports; Develop ability to network to build new clientele and bring in business. Must have experience handling matters through the various stages of litigation, including motion practice, hearings and depositions. Should have 3-5 years of litigation experience. Experience with commercial litigation is required. Must have JD from a top 50 accredited law school. Must be currently licensed to practice law in Florida.
 
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