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Corporate Real Estate - Legal Counsel

San Francisco CA Corporate Real Estate - Legal Counsel The candidate will draft, review and negotiate agreements related to residential leasing and property management. Structure, draft, negotiate and strategically advise business clients on a broad variety of commercial contracts and corporate governance related documents. Support the legal team as needed on additional legal issues and subject matters, such as employment and data privacy. Should have 4-6 years of transactional legal experience, with expertise in real estate (leasing and property management) and corporate transactions. Experience with residential real estate preferred. Familiarity with regulatory schemes a plus, especially municipal housing regulations and Fair Housing Act regulations. Should have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2019-12-13

Counsel, Real Estate

San Francisco CA Counsel, Real Estate Duties: Draft and negotiate both simple and complex retail leases and supporting documentation, including assistance in dispute resolution. Support efforts in supporting the internal Real Estate Department, Store Design, Property Development and Store Preservation Teams regarding all facets of commercial leasing. Operate through a lens of risk mitigation with respect to legal issues, commercial business terms, property administration and services while supporting business goals and imperatives. Focus on reducing time cycle for lease negotiation. Review existing leases to provide counsel on rights and obligations while also meeting critical timelines. Partner with deal makers, brokers, lawyers, consultants, landlords, Property Development, Accounting and Finance to expedite the deal process. Provide guidance, interpretation and development to a supporting team of paralegals and/or outside counsel. Demonstrate our Sephora values of Passion for Client Service, Innovation, Expertise, Balance, Respect for All, Teamwork, and Initiative.

Qualifications: Law degree and top academic credentials from an ABA-accredited law school. California Bar membership in good standing or licensed to practice in at least one U.S. state. 5+ years of relevant experience, with either law firm and/or in-house experience. Law firm experience should include practicing as a transactional attorney in real estate, with a strong understanding in the areas of retail and commercial leasing, property management and landlord/tenant and other real estate disputes. Excellent interpersonal, analytical, communication, negotiating, drafting and problem-solving skills. Sound judgment with ability to balance legal risk and business impact. Ability to work well with a small, tightly-knit team, and the range to deal effectively with everyone from senior management to operations and store personnel. Ability and desire to seek responsibility and work autonomously. Must be able to handle multiple projects simultaneously with strong follow up. Retail and consumer products experience strongly preferred. Beauty industry experience a plus. Proficient in Microsoft Office suite including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel. Experience and knowledge of SmartSheets Application is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-13

Senior Counsel - Real Estate

Newport Beach CA Senior Counsel - Real Estate The candidate will report directly to the General Counsel of the Company and is primarily responsible for drafting and negotiating various real estate and technology transactions related to Company's telecommunications assets. Essential duties and responsibilities: Draft, negotiate and interpret various contracts including: real estate leases, licenses, consulting and service agreements, vendor and construction contracts, non-disclosure agreements and software license agreements. Draft and support negotiation of complex transactions involving telecommunications facilities, distributed antenna systems and Wi-Fi networks. Manage legal work for the company as it pertains to Telecommunications/Real Estate. Provide advice and counsel to executive members of the company regarding corporate business matters. Juris Doctorate Degree from a top Law School with commensurate academic performance is required. 5+ years legal experience in the following area(s) is required: Real Estate Transaction with strong commercial leasing experience mandatory. Telecommunications / wireless experience desired. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-12

Commercial Real Estate And Transactional Attorney

Scottsdale AZ Commercial Real Estate and Transactional Attorney Responsibilities: Act as lead internal counsel on real estate transactions, including acquisitions, sales, and financings. Work closely with our general counsel and other legal professionals. Negotiate and draft purchase and sale agreements, letters of intent, deeds, leases, and other transaction documents. Coordinate with our business team and outside professionals. Supervise outside counsel primarily on transactional, but also litigation, matters. Analyze and structure complex real estate transactions, including acquisition, sale, finance, and development projects. Coordinate due diligence. As required, review and analyze title, survey, leases, organizational and governing documents, management agreements, and other contracts. Respond to requests for legal advice and guidance by team professionals.

Requirements: 5+ years experience in commercial real estate and other transactional matters. Willing to pitch in and support growing legal department in a fast-paced growing environment. Ability to resolve issues practically and expeditiously, identify risks and options, and advise business team accordingly. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously with a high degree of professionalism. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Fast thinker/quick learner. Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to work independently. Pluses include experience in real estate entitlements, finance, development and construction, leasing, and securities, including private placements.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Senior Manager, Real Estate Counsel

Santa Monica CA Senior Manager, Real Estate Counsel The candidate exercises independent judgment in negotiating and drafting various license agreements, service contracts, vendor agreements, and other business-related agreements across multiple disciplines, with an emphasis on serving the needs of the Business Development and Marketing departments. Negotiate, draft, review, and/or revise national agreements for the following company departments: Business Development, Marketing, Digital, Operations, Sustainability and Energy Management, and Information Technology. Negotiate and draft Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreements. Review marketing copy; draft sweepstakes rules and monitor social media campaigns for 48 properties. Maintain and develop expertise about laws, regulations, and court decisions affecting privacy, online security, digital marketing, sweepstakes, and gift with purchase promotions. Negotiate film license agreements with production companies typically on tight deadlines. Research legal issues and prepare legal opinions. Analyze vendor issues and disputes to determine rights and resolve issues before litigation. Provide guidance to and work with outside counsel, as needed. Ability to work with cross-functional teams quickly and independently.

The candidate should have Law degree from an American Bar Association accredited law school. Admitted to practice law, preferably in California. Must satisfy Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) requirements to maintain active license to practice law. Should have 3+ years relevant experience with a background in real estate law, corporate law, and/or intellectual property law. Excellent PC skills, including Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, and Excel.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Real Estate Counsel

Santa Monica CA Real Estate Counsel The candidate will provide legal advice, guidance, and services to various business teams in the Company in all phases of a broad range of real estate transactions, including department store, anchor and mixed-use real estate transactions, development projects, dispositions, and other real estate matters. Provides legal services for real estate transactions with department stores and select other anchors, mixed-use development lease transactions, and shopping center and peripheral land/pad sale transactions. Legal services include negotiation and preparation of relevant transaction documents (such as Letters of Intent, REAs, Purchase and Sale Agreements, Separate/Supplemental Agreements, Exchange Agreements, Leases, Letter Agreements and Approval Letters, License Agreements, and Amendments); handling of escrows and closings; monitoring due diligence activities; providing advice to the business teams in handled transactions; and coordinating retention and supervision of outside counsel where required. Provides legal services for real estate development projects. Legal services include advising and assisting development team with processing of land subdivision approvals; negotiation and preparation of relevant documents (such as Letters of Intent, Development Management Agreements with project ownership JVs, Development Agreements and other land use related agreements with public agencies, Development Agreements with private parties, REAs, CC&Rs and related agreements, Easement Agreements, Licenses and other real estate agreements); handling of escrows and closings; and coordinating retention and supervision of outside counsel where required. Coordinates with Company asset management and financing teams to secure venture partner and lender approval for handled transactional documents as required; and working directly with joint venture partners. Provides legal advice and assistance to company personnel in the development, asset management, operations, and other departments in other miscellaneous real estate matters, as required. Legal review of key Company real estate documents and title documents; providing legal advice and support to development, management, asset management, leasing, and other Company real estate functions; negotiation and preparation of easements, licenses and other real estate agreements; and supporting negotiated condemnation matters. Supervises and works with outside counsel, as needed. All other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a Law degree from an American Bar Association accredited law school. Admitted to practice law, preferably in California. Must satisfy Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) requirements to maintain active license to practice law. 5 to 7 years of law firm experience handling real estate transactional matters. Experience with retail leasing and purchase and sale transactions preferred. Experience with regional mall transactions and mixed use projects a plus. Excellent PC skills including Outlook and Microsoft Word.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-12-09

Antitrust and Competition Attorney / Real Estate Attorney in Austin, TX

Austin TX Manager - Client Infrastructure Engineering The candidate will provide duties include: Provide Compute as Service offerings to customers that are easy to consume, elastic, secure and reliable. Building and leading a team of highly skilled systems engineers. Design and implementation of innovative infrastructure solutions that take advantage of technology advances that allow cost reduction, standardization and commoditization. Provide highly available, automated infrastructure solutions that are extremely secure, enabling Operations to manage environments simply and effectively. Improve processes and support methodologies by assessing need and requirements. Manage, triage and drive resolution of Operations escalations. Drive innovation and collaboration with Operations partners globally to reduce redundant work and improve efficiency. Manage staff, including selection, goal setting, annual reviews, and compensation planning and career development.

The candidate must have 4+ years of work experience with a Bachelor's Degree or have 2+ years of work experience with an Advanced degree (e.g. Masters, MBA, JD, and MD) or have 0 years of work experience with a PhD degree. Have 8+ years relevant work experience and a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related technical discipline is preferred. Must have 5+ years of progressive people management experience, preferably with geographically distributed teams. Must be a team player and passionate for building a culture of innovation and flawless execution. Must have technical hands on skills, ideally in multiple technology stacks. Must have demonstrated ability to lead, recruit, grow and retain high-caliber talent at scale. Must be experienced organizing, running, supporting, and growing large technology organization. Must have prior hands-on experience in designing, building and implementing Saas infrastructure and client solutions. Must have prior experience in building automated solutions through tools and software that enable infrastructure to be remotely provisioned, configured and decommissioned. Must have solid technology background in the Compute, Deploy and Tools space. Must have excellent understanding of workstation deployment and configuration technologies. Implementing in a highly secure environment is a plus. Must have experience supporting: Apache Web Servers, IIS, AD/GPO, LDAP, PowerShell, Unix Scripting. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Legal 0 - 8 Full-time 2019-12-01

Finance - General Attorney / Real Estate Attorney in Orlando, FL

Orlando FL Counsel The candidate will advise and analyze issues arising from various underwriting, originating, and servicing arrangements related to a large portfolio of loans including, without limitation, licensing requirements for brokers, originators, services, and collectors in 26 states. Draft, review, and revise (as necessary) consumer facing finance agreements, mortgages, promissory notes, servicing agreements and retail installment sales contracts for use in at least 26 states. Track, analyze and provide guidance on new and changing state, federal, international laws related to real estate, sales, finance, mortgage, and licensing to manage and minimize impact to WDIVO s business operations including, without limitation, working with trade organizations and lobbyist when appropriate. Miscellaneous title, underwriting and other matters. Juris Doctorate degree from accredited law school. LLM or Certification in Banking and/or Financial Services, preferred. Admitted to Bar Association in at least one state (need not be Florida). Must have good working knowledge of state, federal laws and regulations related to consumer finance, collections, underwriting, mortgages, lending, consumer protection, and real estate related laws, regulations, and industry best practices. Must have a good working knowledge of the federal regulations related to consumer financial services, such as UDAAP, FDCPA, FCRA, TCPA, TILA, RESPA, TRID, ECOA, EFTA, NACHA, and E-Sign Act. Must have a sound understanding of various state regulations related to consumer financial services, such as licensing requirements, collections, and consumer protection. Strong analytical, writing and negotiation skills. General corporate/commercial experience Experience working for a financial services, lending, collections, or banking company, preferred. Experience working with a publicly traded company, a plus. Experience working with condominium and timeshares, a plus. Ability to work well in a team environment yet work independently and autonomously with limited supervision. Ability to interact with all levels of management, including c-suite executives. Demonstrated ability to work under pressure.High attention to detail. Flexible in managing changing priorities and coordinating multiple projects and diverse responsibilities. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office Products. Proficiency in legal research, including applications, the Web and other sources. 3 years of legal experience focused primarily on consumer financial services, preferably with a consumer finance company or mortgage lender. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-01

Real Estate Attorney in Dallas, TX

Dallas TX Law Professor / Attorney - Real Property Duties: Reports to the Bar Review Product Manager and develops content for Bar exam product. Is fully responsible for independent question development, planning, and execution based on directives from onsite Bar exam team. Writes high-quality Bar exam questions with brief but comprehensive rationales. Generates content that reflects existing curriculum standards, up-to-date research, and standardized examination practices. Effectively adjusts content based on constructive feedback provided by onsite Bar prep team. Collaborates with management and team members to ensure production goals are met within given deadlines.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a first-rate law school. Top 25% of graduating class. Received top scores on the Bar exam (above 150 on MBE preferred). 4+ years of experience teaching Real Property or related subject as a law professor. 10+ years as an attorney practicing Real Property. Exceptional communication skills. Strong attention to detail. Superior writing skills with a strong grasp of grammar. Extensive knowledge of Bar exam curriculum. Proven ability to write high-quality Bar exam questions and explanations. Proficiency in MS Office/working knowledge of IT. Preferred: Experience writing Bar exam questions. Journal or law review experience.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-01

Senior Real Estate Counsel

Houston TX Senior Real Estate Counsel Duties: Assist the Associate General Counsel in supervising the Real Estate Attorneys and managing the real estate matters and issues of the Company in the absence of the Associate General Counsel. Provide legal expertise and support to staff in the development, preparation, execution, and administration of real estate for wind and solar power projects. Assist the General Counsel and Associate General Counsel with developing, reviewing, and recommending changes to legal aspects of real estate documents as needed. Prepare and supervise paralegals preparation of real estate documents including but not limited to options, option memoranda, purchase and sale agreements, leases, lease memoranda, easements, easement memoranda, assignments, notices of exercise, escrow letters, affidavits, performance policies and subordination agreements. Participate in the negotiation and completion of various real estate agreements and other contracts including communicating with landowners and their attorneys regarding the execution of real estate documents. Prepare checklists and timelines to coordinate real estate due diligence of purchase and sale activities. Supervise Real Estate Paralegals in their review of title reports, preparation of title schedules to satisfy title requirements, performance policies, land surveys, obtaining of reports from title companies, and performance of their other job responsibilities. Assist with document compliance by preparing document summaries as requested. Approve real estate documents for execution and payment in accordance with Company policies and procedures. Manage external legal resources as assigned to ensure efficient and effective completion of tasks. Additional duties as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 7 15 years in real estate handling title insurance, escrow, and power project legal matters including purchase and sale agreements, options, land leases and easements, operating and administration agreements, financing documents, title insurance policies, general liability policies, land surveys, and general litigation. Licensed to practice law in the state of Texas. Experience representing developers and owners in all aspects of power project legal matters preferred. Solid background in reviewing title reports and surveys. Strong written and verbal communication skills including solid drafting skills. High attention to detail and strong organizational skills. Ability to travel as needed. Strong coaching, mentoring, analytical, and problem-solving skills. Ability to be self-motivated. Must have high energy i.e. work quickly and produce quality of work over long periods of time. Ability to produce and prepare high volume of documents. Ability to work in a high pressure environment. Strong IT skills with a variety of programs such as Outlook, Word, and Excel. Must be comfortable working with a diverse group of individuals. Exemplary standards of integrity, honor, safety, management, ethics, quality, efficiency, and productivity.
Legal 7 - 15 Full-time 2019-11-30
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In-House Counsel / Litigation Attorney
In-House,Westland Real Estate Group
Location : Long Beach California United States

In-House Counsel/Litigation Attorney About Westland: Westland Real Estate Group is a fast-growing property management company in the Southern California and Las Vegas areas. We are the owner and operator of our communities, which means we inves... + read more

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Corporate Real Estate - Legal Counsel
Refer job# WIRC147550
 
Corporate Real Estate - Legal Counsel The candidate will draft, review and negotiate agreements related to residential leasing and property management. Structure, draft, negotiate and strategically advise business clients on a broad variety of commercial contracts and corporate governance related documents. Support the legal team as needed on additional legal issues and subject matters, such as employment and data privacy. Should have 4-6 years of transactional legal experience, with expertise in real estate (leasing and property management) and corporate transactions. Experience with residential real estate preferred. Familiarity with regulatory schemes a plus, especially municipal housing regulations and Fair Housing Act regulations. Should have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
 
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Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# FHPQ147558
 
Counsel, Real Estate Duties: Draft and negotiate both simple and complex retail leases and supporting documentation, including assistance in dispute resolution. Support efforts in supporting the internal Real Estate Department, Store Design, Property Development and Store Preservation Teams regarding all facets of commercial leasing. Operate through a lens of risk mitigation with respect to legal issues, commercial business terms, property administration and services while supporting business goals and imperatives. Focus on reducing time cycle for lease negotiation. Review existing leases to provide counsel on rights and obligations while also meeting critical timelines. Partner with deal makers, brokers, lawyers, consultants, landlords, Property Development, Accounting and Finance to expedite the deal process. Provide guidance, interpretation and development to a supporting team of paralegals and/or outside counsel. Demonstrate our Sephora values of Passion for Client Service, Innovation, Expertise, Balance, Respect for All, Teamwork, and Initiative.

Qualifications: Law degree and top academic credentials from an ABA-accredited law school. California Bar membership in good standing or licensed to practice in at least one U.S. state. 5+ years of relevant experience, with either law firm and/or in-house experience. Law firm experience should include practicing as a transactional attorney in real estate, with a strong understanding in the areas of retail and commercial leasing, property management and landlord/tenant and other real estate disputes. Excellent interpersonal, analytical, communication, negotiating, drafting and problem-solving skills. Sound judgment with ability to balance legal risk and business impact. Ability to work well with a small, tightly-knit team, and the range to deal effectively with everyone from senior management to operations and store personnel. Ability and desire to seek responsibility and work autonomously. Must be able to handle multiple projects simultaneously with strong follow up. Retail and consumer products experience strongly preferred. Beauty industry experience a plus. Proficient in Microsoft Office suite including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel. Experience and knowledge of SmartSheets Application is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel - Real Estate
Refer job# PEPP147504
 
Senior Counsel - Real Estate The candidate will report directly to the General Counsel of the Company and is primarily responsible for drafting and negotiating various real estate and technology transactions related to Company's telecommunications assets. Essential duties and responsibilities: Draft, negotiate and interpret various contracts including: real estate leases, licenses, consulting and service agreements, vendor and construction contracts, non-disclosure agreements and software license agreements. Draft and support negotiation of complex transactions involving telecommunications facilities, distributed antenna systems and Wi-Fi networks. Manage legal work for the company as it pertains to Telecommunications/Real Estate. Provide advice and counsel to executive members of the company regarding corporate business matters. Juris Doctorate Degree from a top Law School with commensurate academic performance is required. 5+ years legal experience in the following area(s) is required: Real Estate Transaction with strong commercial leasing experience mandatory. Telecommunications / wireless experience desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Commercial Real Estate And Transactional Attorney
Refer job# DDQQ147477
 
Commercial Real Estate and Transactional Attorney Responsibilities: Act as lead internal counsel on real estate transactions, including acquisitions, sales, and financings. Work closely with our general counsel and other legal professionals. Negotiate and draft purchase and sale agreements, letters of intent, deeds, leases, and other transaction documents. Coordinate with our business team and outside professionals. Supervise outside counsel primarily on transactional, but also litigation, matters. Analyze and structure complex real estate transactions, including acquisition, sale, finance, and development projects. Coordinate due diligence. As required, review and analyze title, survey, leases, organizational and governing documents, management agreements, and other contracts. Respond to requests for legal advice and guidance by team professionals.

Requirements: 5+ years experience in commercial real estate and other transactional matters. Willing to pitch in and support growing legal department in a fast-paced growing environment. Ability to resolve issues practically and expeditiously, identify risks and options, and advise business team accordingly. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously with a high degree of professionalism. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Fast thinker/quick learner. Excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, and ability to work independently. Pluses include experience in real estate entitlements, finance, development and construction, leasing, and securities, including private placements.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Manager, Real Estate Counsel
Refer job# PFEJ147483
 
Senior Manager, Real Estate Counsel The candidate exercises independent judgment in negotiating and drafting various license agreements, service contracts, vendor agreements, and other business-related agreements across multiple disciplines, with an emphasis on serving the needs of the Business Development and Marketing departments. Negotiate, draft, review, and/or revise national agreements for the following company departments: Business Development, Marketing, Digital, Operations, Sustainability and Energy Management, and Information Technology. Negotiate and draft Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreements. Review marketing copy; draft sweepstakes rules and monitor social media campaigns for 48 properties. Maintain and develop expertise about laws, regulations, and court decisions affecting privacy, online security, digital marketing, sweepstakes, and gift with purchase promotions. Negotiate film license agreements with production companies typically on tight deadlines. Research legal issues and prepare legal opinions. Analyze vendor issues and disputes to determine rights and resolve issues before litigation. Provide guidance to and work with outside counsel, as needed. Ability to work with cross-functional teams quickly and independently.

The candidate should have Law degree from an American Bar Association accredited law school. Admitted to practice law, preferably in California. Must satisfy Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) requirements to maintain active license to practice law. Should have 3+ years relevant experience with a background in real estate law, corporate law, and/or intellectual property law. Excellent PC skills, including Microsoft Word, WordPerfect, and Excel.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Counsel
Refer job# CJRG147484
 
Real Estate Counsel The candidate will provide legal advice, guidance, and services to various business teams in the Company in all phases of a broad range of real estate transactions, including department store, anchor and mixed-use real estate transactions, development projects, dispositions, and other real estate matters. Provides legal services for real estate transactions with department stores and select other anchors, mixed-use development lease transactions, and shopping center and peripheral land/pad sale transactions. Legal services include negotiation and preparation of relevant transaction documents (such as Letters of Intent, REAs, Purchase and Sale Agreements, Separate/Supplemental Agreements, Exchange Agreements, Leases, Letter Agreements and Approval Letters, License Agreements, and Amendments); handling of escrows and closings; monitoring due diligence activities; providing advice to the business teams in handled transactions; and coordinating retention and supervision of outside counsel where required. Provides legal services for real estate development projects. Legal services include advising and assisting development team with processing of land subdivision approvals; negotiation and preparation of relevant documents (such as Letters of Intent, Development Management Agreements with project ownership JVs, Development Agreements and other land use related agreements with public agencies, Development Agreements with private parties, REAs, CC&Rs and related agreements, Easement Agreements, Licenses and other real estate agreements); handling of escrows and closings; and coordinating retention and supervision of outside counsel where required. Coordinates with Company asset management and financing teams to secure venture partner and lender approval for handled transactional documents as required; and working directly with joint venture partners. Provides legal advice and assistance to company personnel in the development, asset management, operations, and other departments in other miscellaneous real estate matters, as required. Legal review of key Company real estate documents and title documents; providing legal advice and support to development, management, asset management, leasing, and other Company real estate functions; negotiation and preparation of easements, licenses and other real estate agreements; and supporting negotiated condemnation matters. Supervises and works with outside counsel, as needed. All other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a Law degree from an American Bar Association accredited law school. Admitted to practice law, preferably in California. Must satisfy Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) requirements to maintain active license to practice law. 5 to 7 years of law firm experience handling real estate transactional matters. Experience with retail leasing and purchase and sale transactions preferred. Experience with regional mall transactions and mixed use projects a plus. Excellent PC skills including Outlook and Microsoft Word.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Antitrust and Competition Attorney / Real Estate Attorney in Austin, TX
Refer job# IVYG147209
 
Manager - Client Infrastructure Engineering The candidate will provide duties include: Provide Compute as Service offerings to customers that are easy to consume, elastic, secure and reliable. Building and leading a team of highly skilled systems engineers. Design and implementation of innovative infrastructure solutions that take advantage of technology advances that allow cost reduction, standardization and commoditization. Provide highly available, automated infrastructure solutions that are extremely secure, enabling Operations to manage environments simply and effectively. Improve processes and support methodologies by assessing need and requirements. Manage, triage and drive resolution of Operations escalations. Drive innovation and collaboration with Operations partners globally to reduce redundant work and improve efficiency. Manage staff, including selection, goal setting, annual reviews, and compensation planning and career development.

The candidate must have 4+ years of work experience with a Bachelor's Degree or have 2+ years of work experience with an Advanced degree (e.g. Masters, MBA, JD, and MD) or have 0 years of work experience with a PhD degree. Have 8+ years relevant work experience and a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related technical discipline is preferred. Must have 5+ years of progressive people management experience, preferably with geographically distributed teams. Must be a team player and passionate for building a culture of innovation and flawless execution. Must have technical hands on skills, ideally in multiple technology stacks. Must have demonstrated ability to lead, recruit, grow and retain high-caliber talent at scale. Must be experienced organizing, running, supporting, and growing large technology organization. Must have prior hands-on experience in designing, building and implementing Saas infrastructure and client solutions. Must have prior experience in building automated solutions through tools and software that enable infrastructure to be remotely provisioned, configured and decommissioned. Must have solid technology background in the Compute, Deploy and Tools space. Must have excellent understanding of workstation deployment and configuration technologies. Implementing in a highly secure environment is a plus. Must have experience supporting: Apache Web Servers, IIS, AD/GPO, LDAP, PowerShell, Unix Scripting. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Finance - General Attorney / Real Estate Attorney in Orlando, FL
Refer job# QMUI147265
 
Counsel The candidate will advise and analyze issues arising from various underwriting, originating, and servicing arrangements related to a large portfolio of loans including, without limitation, licensing requirements for brokers, originators, services, and collectors in 26 states. Draft, review, and revise (as necessary) consumer facing finance agreements, mortgages, promissory notes, servicing agreements and retail installment sales contracts for use in at least 26 states. Track, analyze and provide guidance on new and changing state, federal, international laws related to real estate, sales, finance, mortgage, and licensing to manage and minimize impact to WDIVO s business operations including, without limitation, working with trade organizations and lobbyist when appropriate. Miscellaneous title, underwriting and other matters. Juris Doctorate degree from accredited law school. LLM or Certification in Banking and/or Financial Services, preferred. Admitted to Bar Association in at least one state (need not be Florida). Must have good working knowledge of state, federal laws and regulations related to consumer finance, collections, underwriting, mortgages, lending, consumer protection, and real estate related laws, regulations, and industry best practices. Must have a good working knowledge of the federal regulations related to consumer financial services, such as UDAAP, FDCPA, FCRA, TCPA, TILA, RESPA, TRID, ECOA, EFTA, NACHA, and E-Sign Act. Must have a sound understanding of various state regulations related to consumer financial services, such as licensing requirements, collections, and consumer protection. Strong analytical, writing and negotiation skills. General corporate/commercial experience Experience working for a financial services, lending, collections, or banking company, preferred. Experience working with a publicly traded company, a plus. Experience working with condominium and timeshares, a plus. Ability to work well in a team environment yet work independently and autonomously with limited supervision. Ability to interact with all levels of management, including c-suite executives. Demonstrated ability to work under pressure.High attention to detail. Flexible in managing changing priorities and coordinating multiple projects and diverse responsibilities. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office Products. Proficiency in legal research, including applications, the Web and other sources. 3 years of legal experience focused primarily on consumer financial services, preferably with a consumer finance company or mortgage lender.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Attorney in Dallas, TX
Refer job# DJXR147328
 
Law Professor / Attorney - Real Property Duties: Reports to the Bar Review Product Manager and develops content for Bar exam product. Is fully responsible for independent question development, planning, and execution based on directives from onsite Bar exam team. Writes high-quality Bar exam questions with brief but comprehensive rationales. Generates content that reflects existing curriculum standards, up-to-date research, and standardized examination practices. Effectively adjusts content based on constructive feedback provided by onsite Bar prep team. Collaborates with management and team members to ensure production goals are met within given deadlines.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a first-rate law school. Top 25% of graduating class. Received top scores on the Bar exam (above 150 on MBE preferred). 4+ years of experience teaching Real Property or related subject as a law professor. 10+ years as an attorney practicing Real Property. Exceptional communication skills. Strong attention to detail. Superior writing skills with a strong grasp of grammar. Extensive knowledge of Bar exam curriculum. Proven ability to write high-quality Bar exam questions and explanations. Proficiency in MS Office/working knowledge of IT. Preferred: Experience writing Bar exam questions. Journal or law review experience.
 
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Senior Real Estate Counsel
Refer job# SIEI147102
 
Senior Real Estate Counsel Duties: Assist the Associate General Counsel in supervising the Real Estate Attorneys and managing the real estate matters and issues of the Company in the absence of the Associate General Counsel. Provide legal expertise and support to staff in the development, preparation, execution, and administration of real estate for wind and solar power projects. Assist the General Counsel and Associate General Counsel with developing, reviewing, and recommending changes to legal aspects of real estate documents as needed. Prepare and supervise paralegals preparation of real estate documents including but not limited to options, option memoranda, purchase and sale agreements, leases, lease memoranda, easements, easement memoranda, assignments, notices of exercise, escrow letters, affidavits, performance policies and subordination agreements. Participate in the negotiation and completion of various real estate agreements and other contracts including communicating with landowners and their attorneys regarding the execution of real estate documents. Prepare checklists and timelines to coordinate real estate due diligence of purchase and sale activities. Supervise Real Estate Paralegals in their review of title reports, preparation of title schedules to satisfy title requirements, performance policies, land surveys, obtaining of reports from title companies, and performance of their other job responsibilities. Assist with document compliance by preparing document summaries as requested. Approve real estate documents for execution and payment in accordance with Company policies and procedures. Manage external legal resources as assigned to ensure efficient and effective completion of tasks. Additional duties as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 7 15 years in real estate handling title insurance, escrow, and power project legal matters including purchase and sale agreements, options, land leases and easements, operating and administration agreements, financing documents, title insurance policies, general liability policies, land surveys, and general litigation. Licensed to practice law in the state of Texas. Experience representing developers and owners in all aspects of power project legal matters preferred. Solid background in reviewing title reports and surveys. Strong written and verbal communication skills including solid drafting skills. High attention to detail and strong organizational skills. Ability to travel as needed. Strong coaching, mentoring, analytical, and problem-solving skills. Ability to be self-motivated. Must have high energy i.e. work quickly and produce quality of work over long periods of time. Ability to produce and prepare high volume of documents. Ability to work in a high pressure environment. Strong IT skills with a variety of programs such as Outlook, Word, and Excel. Must be comfortable working with a diverse group of individuals. Exemplary standards of integrity, honor, safety, management, ethics, quality, efficiency, and productivity.
 
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