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Data Privacy Counsel - Corporate Functions & Real Estate Investments

Los Angeles CA Data Privacy Counsel - Corporate Functions and Real Estate Investments Responsibilities: Advise and collaborate with internal corporate functional leaders and stakeholders in driving privacy compliance as a critical and integrated element of enterprise-level initiatives and platforms. Assist with strategy, implementation, and maturing all aspects of the CBRE Global Data Privacy and Protection Program within Real Estate Investments Business Segment, including the Investment Management business line. Advise Real Estate Investments Legal team in negotiating data processing and cross-border data transfer agreements. Advise internal clients on commercially-minded, risk-based, privacy compliance strategies to mitigate assessed risks. Create and deliver privacy training, awareness and communications programs. Provide advice and support to GDPO colleagues and cross-functional partners and stakeholders in relation to the processing of employee, client, and third-party personal data under a broad range of circumstances. Monitor and advise on emerging legal changes and regulatory developments impacting the company. Be assigned other responsibilities and duties as needed.

Qualifications: Be qualified to practice law in the state in which one will be working. Be qualified to practice law the state in which you will be working Preferably have 3 years ? demonstrable experience providing support and advice on data privacy and protection issues to commercial and management teams at a multi-national company. Demonstrate strong strategic risk assessment and operational effectiveness. Efficiently and effectively communicate complex legal topics to non-lawyers. Demonstrate respect and integrity in working with others at all levels of the business.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-17

Real Estate Counsel

Los Angeles CA Real Estate Counsel Duties: Handling all aspects of general real estate matters including acquisitions, dispositions, equity investments, joint-ventures, development, leasing, and financing. Reviewing complex ground leases and reciprocal easement agreements with department stores and anchors with respect to various issues, including, but not limited to, future development restrictions, permitted uses, operating covenants, leasing standards, permitted transfers and common area maintenance and advising development team with respect to rights and obligations. Drafting and negotiating amendments to complex ground leases and reciprocal easement agreements with department stores and anchors to address various issues, including future development. Reviewing and advising development team with respect to existing loan documentation, coordinating and obtaining lender consents to major ground lease and reciprocal easement agreement amendments and release of development parcels from loans. Assisting with respect to transactions related to mixed-use projects, including joint ventures, co-development agreements, property management agreements, subdivision, easements, CC&Rs and ground leases. Drafting and negotiating easement agreements, license agreements, non-disturbance agreements, access agreements, marketing agreements, service contracts, management agreements and other legal documents. Advising property management and operating management staff on tenant operational/lease issues, landlord/tenant matters, collection activities, and other operational matters. Providing guidance to real estate paralegals on title and survey matters. Participating in the development and interpretation of company operating policies. Providing general legal services on other miscellaneous matters that may arise from time to time. Maintaining and assisting Deputy General Counsel and Associate General Counsel in maintaining corporate compliance procedures and records, ensuring appropriate corporate approvals are received for leases, company transactions and various contracts. Coordinating and overseeing outside counsel to the extent necessary.

Qualifications: Strong academic credentials preferred. Member of a State Bar in good standing, California preferred. Should preferably have 4-6 years prior experience in general real estate transactional practice, including acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures, financings, easements, covenants, conditions and restrictions and title and survey matters. Experience with REITs and/or real estate companies preferred. Solid knowledge of real estate law and excellent reading, oral/written communication, negotiation and concise grammatical skills. Must be detail-oriented with excellent organizational and analytical skills. Ability to manage and deliver multiple projects in a timely and accurate manner. Ability to take ownership of matters with strong initiative and follow-through. Ability to interact and communicate diplomatically and work well with others at all levels (especially at the senior executive level).
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2022-06-17

Senior Counsel - Real Estate And Commercial

Los Angeles CA Senior Counsel - Real Estate and Commercial Responsibilities: Acts as lead counsel drafting and negotiating contracts in a wide variety of disciplines and managing outside counsel and associated experts when applicable and appropriate. Advises internal client groups and assists in formulating and implementing objectives, plans, policies and procedures pertaining to real estate and commercial activities. Providing and supervising preventive law and compliance guidance to multiple client groups. Interact regularly with internal clients and understand the goals and sensitivities of client groups. Ensure that law department management and/or business unit leadership stays regularly informed regarding matters assigned.

Qualifications: JD (Juris Doctor) Graduation from an accredited law school. Top academic credentials are strongly desired. Licensed and admitted to practice law in a US jurisdiction. California admitted candidates are strongly preferred but exceptional candidates admitted elsewhere in the US will be considered. Should have 8 years of relevant experience, including five or more years of hands-on experience in real estate law. Experience at a well-established top-tier law firm and/or in-house counsel in a commercial or real estate-focused legal department. Desired Qualifications: Experience and understanding of the energy and regulated utility environment is strongly desired. Experience with contract analysis, drafting and negotiating for a wide range of real estate and commercial contracts. Experience in resolving real estate disputes and condemnation proceedings. Understanding of and experience in zoning and land use law. Knowledge in commercial law, with the ability to apply this knowledge accurately to various legal situations affecting client groups.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-16

Associate General Counsel, Real Estate

Los Angeles CA Associate General Counsel, Real Estate Duties: Structuring, drafting, negotiating, and counseling on a broad range of contract transactions for the Company's net lease portfolio and real estate credit business including, managing legal aspects of real estate purchase, sale, leasing, and lending transactions. Interfacing with and providing legal advice to investments, portfolio oversight, property management, leasing, accounting, financial reporting, and compliance staff as necessary with respect to net lease portfolio and real estate credit business. Actively managing internal legal resources and outside counsel relationships. Managing and resolving property-level legal issues, including landlord/tenant disputes, REA and loan compliance, condemnations, and third-party litigation. Overseeing outside counsel. Overseeing paralegals and administrative staff in the formation, maintenance, and dissolutions of entities and their assistance with purchase and sale transactions and financings. Overseeing and supervising paralegals and administrative staff including, but not limited to assigning work, providing performance feedback and coaching, monitoring work schedule, assisting in determining work priorities, and providing training as necessary. Review and negotiate corporate level agreements and provide legal counsel on the same. Working on corporate and fund-level projects as directed by the Chief Legal Officer or General Counsel-Public Funds. Legal support as needed for a variety of business initiatives of the Company and its funds.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate, and 5+ years of experience in the Real Estate Department of a medium to a large law firm or other relevant in-house experience. Licensed to practice law in California or Arizona. Ability to effectively present information to CIM Principals and employees. Ability to liaison with outside counsel. Ability to effectively respond to inquiries from outside counsel, as well as CIM Principals and employees. Ability to negotiate and correspond with third parties in connection with contractual matters and disputes. Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos. Ability to write simple correspondence and/or reports. Ability to effectively present information to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization. Ability to read, analyze and interpret scientific and technical materials, financial reports, and/or legal documents. Ability to respond effectively to the most sensitive inquiries or complaints. Ability to apply common-sense understanding to carry out written and oral instructions. Ability to conduct independent analyses to solve practical problems. Ability to define problems, collect data and draw valid conclusions. Microsoft Word. Westlaw or another legal search engine. Experience with document storage programs such as Sharepoint.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-16

Counsel - Real Estate And Commercial

Los Angeles CA Counsel - Real Estate and Commercial Responsibilities: Acts as lead or second chair counsel drafting and negotiating contracts in a wide variety of disciplines. Advises internal client groups and assists in formulating and implementing objectives, plans, policies, and procedures pertaining to real estate and commercial activities. Provides and supervises preventive law and compliance guidance to multiple client groups. Interacts regularly with internal clients and understands the goals and sensitivities of client groups. Ensures that law department management and/or business unit leadership stays regularly informed regarding matters assigned.

Qualifications: JD (Juris Doctor) Graduation from an accredited law school. Top academic credentials are strongly desired. Licensed and admitted to practice law in a US jurisdiction. California admitted candidates are strongly preferred but exceptional candidates admitted elsewhere in the US will be considered. Should have 3+ years of relevant experience, including experience in real estate law. Experience at a reputable law firm and/or in-house counsel in a commercial or real estate-focused legal department. Experience with the utility industry and local governmental law is preferred. Experience with contract analysis, drafting, and negotiating for a wide range of real estate, commercial, and/or corporate contracts is preferred.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-16

Senior Counsel - Commercial Real Estate

Los Angeles CA Senior Counsel - Commercial Real Estate Duties: Draft, review and negotiate complex regional and global outsourcing agreements with regards to real estate, facility management, transaction management, project management, lease administration, property management and consulting (e.g., master service agreements, local country agreements, vendor/subcontractor agreements, license agreements, employee transfer agreements etc.). Advise and counsel internal business clients with respect to the legal policies and the legal implications of proposed transactions; maintain open communication and good working relationships with both internal business clients and clients of the Company. Manage pre-litigation strategy and dispute resolution process regarding contract performance issues. Oversee litigation matters for the Owner & Occupier Services businesses in North America, in coordination with outside counsel and the Assistant General Counsel - Owner & Occupier Services. Collaborate with Counsel and internal business clients to share best practices, implement risk management strategies, craft negotiation strategy, and follow corporate directives, policies and procedures. Assist AGC - OOS to develop training for internal clients and the North America Legal Group. Research, analyze and keep current on legal issues and laws, legislation, regulations, and court decisions affecting the real estate industry and real estate service providers. Collaborate with legal counsel on procurement activities and with the North America Compliance Director on compliance matters.

Qualifications: J.D. from a leading law school required. Bar admission in good standing. A combination of private practice and in-house experience in commercial real estate transactions is preferred. Should have 10+ years of relevant broad-based commercial law experience across multiple business lines and jurisdictions which preferably should include at least 3 years representing U.S. companies. Must have 3+ years of business outsourcing experience.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-16

Legal Counsel - Real Estate

Culver City CA Legal Counsel - Real Estate The candidate will provide counsel and transaction support for the company's global real estate portfolio, including leasing, acquiring, and developing retail stores, campuses, offices, data centers, and other specialized facilities. Will participate in strategic discussions on how to best satisfy the company's business requirements. Work on a wide range of matters across the globe in a fast-paced environment and develop a broad skill set. Should have a J.D. degree or equivalent, excellent academic credentials, and admission to at least one US State Bar. Must have 3-7 years of experience in a broad range of commercial real estate transactions, including leasing, acquisitions, and development services. Experience with international transactions, land use, affordable housing, and EHS matters is desirable. Fluency in a second language is a plus. Legal 3 - 7 Full-time 2022-06-13
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Real Estate Transactions/deals Tax Manager/senior Manager, Asset Management
In-House,KPMG International
Location : San Francisco, CA, United States

Real Estate Transactions/Deals Tax Manager/Senior Manager, Asset Management The candidate will structure the tax aspects of multinational global private equity real estate investments, including with respect to strategic mergers, acquisitions, joint... + read more

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In-House,Bank of America Corporation
Location : San Francisco, CA, United States

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Data Privacy Counsel - Corporate Functions & Real Estate Investments
Refer job# WCQN168659
 
Data Privacy Counsel - Corporate Functions and Real Estate Investments Responsibilities: Advise and collaborate with internal corporate functional leaders and stakeholders in driving privacy compliance as a critical and integrated element of enterprise-level initiatives and platforms. Assist with strategy, implementation, and maturing all aspects of the CBRE Global Data Privacy and Protection Program within Real Estate Investments Business Segment, including the Investment Management business line. Advise Real Estate Investments Legal team in negotiating data processing and cross-border data transfer agreements. Advise internal clients on commercially-minded, risk-based, privacy compliance strategies to mitigate assessed risks. Create and deliver privacy training, awareness and communications programs. Provide advice and support to GDPO colleagues and cross-functional partners and stakeholders in relation to the processing of employee, client, and third-party personal data under a broad range of circumstances. Monitor and advise on emerging legal changes and regulatory developments impacting the company. Be assigned other responsibilities and duties as needed.

Qualifications: Be qualified to practice law in the state in which one will be working. Be qualified to practice law the state in which you will be working Preferably have 3 years ? demonstrable experience providing support and advice on data privacy and protection issues to commercial and management teams at a multi-national company. Demonstrate strong strategic risk assessment and operational effectiveness. Efficiently and effectively communicate complex legal topics to non-lawyers. Demonstrate respect and integrity in working with others at all levels of the business.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Counsel
Refer job# QCWV168665
 
Real Estate Counsel Duties: Handling all aspects of general real estate matters including acquisitions, dispositions, equity investments, joint-ventures, development, leasing, and financing. Reviewing complex ground leases and reciprocal easement agreements with department stores and anchors with respect to various issues, including, but not limited to, future development restrictions, permitted uses, operating covenants, leasing standards, permitted transfers and common area maintenance and advising development team with respect to rights and obligations. Drafting and negotiating amendments to complex ground leases and reciprocal easement agreements with department stores and anchors to address various issues, including future development. Reviewing and advising development team with respect to existing loan documentation, coordinating and obtaining lender consents to major ground lease and reciprocal easement agreement amendments and release of development parcels from loans. Assisting with respect to transactions related to mixed-use projects, including joint ventures, co-development agreements, property management agreements, subdivision, easements, CC&Rs and ground leases. Drafting and negotiating easement agreements, license agreements, non-disturbance agreements, access agreements, marketing agreements, service contracts, management agreements and other legal documents. Advising property management and operating management staff on tenant operational/lease issues, landlord/tenant matters, collection activities, and other operational matters. Providing guidance to real estate paralegals on title and survey matters. Participating in the development and interpretation of company operating policies. Providing general legal services on other miscellaneous matters that may arise from time to time. Maintaining and assisting Deputy General Counsel and Associate General Counsel in maintaining corporate compliance procedures and records, ensuring appropriate corporate approvals are received for leases, company transactions and various contracts. Coordinating and overseeing outside counsel to the extent necessary.

Qualifications: Strong academic credentials preferred. Member of a State Bar in good standing, California preferred. Should preferably have 4-6 years prior experience in general real estate transactional practice, including acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures, financings, easements, covenants, conditions and restrictions and title and survey matters. Experience with REITs and/or real estate companies preferred. Solid knowledge of real estate law and excellent reading, oral/written communication, negotiation and concise grammatical skills. Must be detail-oriented with excellent organizational and analytical skills. Ability to manage and deliver multiple projects in a timely and accurate manner. Ability to take ownership of matters with strong initiative and follow-through. Ability to interact and communicate diplomatically and work well with others at all levels (especially at the senior executive level).
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel - Real Estate And Commercial
Refer job# OZUQ168539
 
Senior Counsel - Real Estate and Commercial Responsibilities: Acts as lead counsel drafting and negotiating contracts in a wide variety of disciplines and managing outside counsel and associated experts when applicable and appropriate. Advises internal client groups and assists in formulating and implementing objectives, plans, policies and procedures pertaining to real estate and commercial activities. Providing and supervising preventive law and compliance guidance to multiple client groups. Interact regularly with internal clients and understand the goals and sensitivities of client groups. Ensure that law department management and/or business unit leadership stays regularly informed regarding matters assigned.

Qualifications: JD (Juris Doctor) Graduation from an accredited law school. Top academic credentials are strongly desired. Licensed and admitted to practice law in a US jurisdiction. California admitted candidates are strongly preferred but exceptional candidates admitted elsewhere in the US will be considered. Should have 8 years of relevant experience, including five or more years of hands-on experience in real estate law. Experience at a well-established top-tier law firm and/or in-house counsel in a commercial or real estate-focused legal department. Desired Qualifications: Experience and understanding of the energy and regulated utility environment is strongly desired. Experience with contract analysis, drafting and negotiating for a wide range of real estate and commercial contracts. Experience in resolving real estate disputes and condemnation proceedings. Understanding of and experience in zoning and land use law. Knowledge in commercial law, with the ability to apply this knowledge accurately to various legal situations affecting client groups.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate General Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# ZKUV168571
 
Associate General Counsel, Real Estate Duties: Structuring, drafting, negotiating, and counseling on a broad range of contract transactions for the Company's net lease portfolio and real estate credit business including, managing legal aspects of real estate purchase, sale, leasing, and lending transactions. Interfacing with and providing legal advice to investments, portfolio oversight, property management, leasing, accounting, financial reporting, and compliance staff as necessary with respect to net lease portfolio and real estate credit business. Actively managing internal legal resources and outside counsel relationships. Managing and resolving property-level legal issues, including landlord/tenant disputes, REA and loan compliance, condemnations, and third-party litigation. Overseeing outside counsel. Overseeing paralegals and administrative staff in the formation, maintenance, and dissolutions of entities and their assistance with purchase and sale transactions and financings. Overseeing and supervising paralegals and administrative staff including, but not limited to assigning work, providing performance feedback and coaching, monitoring work schedule, assisting in determining work priorities, and providing training as necessary. Review and negotiate corporate level agreements and provide legal counsel on the same. Working on corporate and fund-level projects as directed by the Chief Legal Officer or General Counsel-Public Funds. Legal support as needed for a variety of business initiatives of the Company and its funds.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate, and 5+ years of experience in the Real Estate Department of a medium to a large law firm or other relevant in-house experience. Licensed to practice law in California or Arizona. Ability to effectively present information to CIM Principals and employees. Ability to liaison with outside counsel. Ability to effectively respond to inquiries from outside counsel, as well as CIM Principals and employees. Ability to negotiate and correspond with third parties in connection with contractual matters and disputes. Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos. Ability to write simple correspondence and/or reports. Ability to effectively present information to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization. Ability to read, analyze and interpret scientific and technical materials, financial reports, and/or legal documents. Ability to respond effectively to the most sensitive inquiries or complaints. Ability to apply common-sense understanding to carry out written and oral instructions. Ability to conduct independent analyses to solve practical problems. Ability to define problems, collect data and draw valid conclusions. Microsoft Word. Westlaw or another legal search engine. Experience with document storage programs such as Sharepoint.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel - Real Estate And Commercial
Refer job# PYTU168599
 
Counsel - Real Estate and Commercial Responsibilities: Acts as lead or second chair counsel drafting and negotiating contracts in a wide variety of disciplines. Advises internal client groups and assists in formulating and implementing objectives, plans, policies, and procedures pertaining to real estate and commercial activities. Provides and supervises preventive law and compliance guidance to multiple client groups. Interacts regularly with internal clients and understands the goals and sensitivities of client groups. Ensures that law department management and/or business unit leadership stays regularly informed regarding matters assigned.

Qualifications: JD (Juris Doctor) Graduation from an accredited law school. Top academic credentials are strongly desired. Licensed and admitted to practice law in a US jurisdiction. California admitted candidates are strongly preferred but exceptional candidates admitted elsewhere in the US will be considered. Should have 3+ years of relevant experience, including experience in real estate law. Experience at a reputable law firm and/or in-house counsel in a commercial or real estate-focused legal department. Experience with the utility industry and local governmental law is preferred. Experience with contract analysis, drafting, and negotiating for a wide range of real estate, commercial, and/or corporate contracts is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel - Commercial Real Estate
Refer job# XGLC168618
 
Senior Counsel - Commercial Real Estate Duties: Draft, review and negotiate complex regional and global outsourcing agreements with regards to real estate, facility management, transaction management, project management, lease administration, property management and consulting (e.g., master service agreements, local country agreements, vendor/subcontractor agreements, license agreements, employee transfer agreements etc.). Advise and counsel internal business clients with respect to the legal policies and the legal implications of proposed transactions; maintain open communication and good working relationships with both internal business clients and clients of the Company. Manage pre-litigation strategy and dispute resolution process regarding contract performance issues. Oversee litigation matters for the Owner & Occupier Services businesses in North America, in coordination with outside counsel and the Assistant General Counsel - Owner & Occupier Services. Collaborate with Counsel and internal business clients to share best practices, implement risk management strategies, craft negotiation strategy, and follow corporate directives, policies and procedures. Assist AGC - OOS to develop training for internal clients and the North America Legal Group. Research, analyze and keep current on legal issues and laws, legislation, regulations, and court decisions affecting the real estate industry and real estate service providers. Collaborate with legal counsel on procurement activities and with the North America Compliance Director on compliance matters.

Qualifications: J.D. from a leading law school required. Bar admission in good standing. A combination of private practice and in-house experience in commercial real estate transactions is preferred. Should have 10+ years of relevant broad-based commercial law experience across multiple business lines and jurisdictions which preferably should include at least 3 years representing U.S. companies. Must have 3+ years of business outsourcing experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Legal Counsel - Real Estate
Refer job# CVXD168474
 
Legal Counsel - Real Estate The candidate will provide counsel and transaction support for the company's global real estate portfolio, including leasing, acquiring, and developing retail stores, campuses, offices, data centers, and other specialized facilities. Will participate in strategic discussions on how to best satisfy the company's business requirements. Work on a wide range of matters across the globe in a fast-paced environment and develop a broad skill set. Should have a J.D. degree or equivalent, excellent academic credentials, and admission to at least one US State Bar. Must have 3-7 years of experience in a broad range of commercial real estate transactions, including leasing, acquisitions, and development services. Experience with international transactions, land use, affordable housing, and EHS matters is desirable. Fluency in a second language is a plus.
 
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