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Senior Corporate Counsel, Real Estate And Cloud Infrastructure

Washington DC Senior Corporate Counsel, Real Estate and Cloud Infrastructure The candidate will be supporting complex transactions for the expansion of data center infrastructure, including real estate acquisition and development, data center leases, and related agreements and transactions. Will be drafting and negotiating high-value agreements for the global building infrastructure supply chain and agreements for services for the operation of our datacenters. Creating new contract models, templates, and process improvements to improve quality and reduce contract cycle time for data center infrastructure expansion. Providing creative and proactive counseling on a broad range of legal and policy issues, which may include: U.S. federal and international supply chain regulations; government contracting and compliance; real estate investment regulations; government incentives; land use; and dispute resolution. Collaborating with team members within and across organizational boundaries, including: clients; other Microsoft attorneys; and government affairs, community affairs, and PR professionals. Developing strong, trusted advisor relationships with business clients and executives.

The candidate should have J.D. (or equivalent) and license to practice law in the U.S. Must have 7+ years as a practicing commercial attorney, ideally with a top law firm or in-house experience. Must have outstanding academic credentials, excellent communication skills and attention to detail. Background in real estate and other complex commercial transactions, ideally with experience in co-location agreements and leases, real estate purchase and development, supply chain contracts, international transactions, and dispute resolution is needed.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-18

Corporate Counsel - Real Estate

Philadelphia PA Corporate Counsel - Real Estate Responsibilities: Draft, review, and negotiate purchase agreements and related documents in connection with the acquisition or disposition of multi-family assets. Represent and advise IRT in complex real estate joint-venture transactions. Plan and coordinate due diligence for all real estate transactions. Ensure compliance with a wide range of property level and corporate financing. Assist with the assumption, payoff, defeasance, or pledge of assets in connection with debt financing. Manage other real estate matters as needed, including easements, license agreements, zoning issues and other issues relate to IRT's multifamily portfolio. Provide supervision to outside lawyers hired to assist the corporation with their specialized legal services.

Qualifications: Must have 5-7 years experience overall. Previous experience overseeing similar responsibilities within a similar industry preferred but not required. Prior in-house experience is a plus. Strong commitment to quality of service and quality of work is required. Ability to be a reliable and positive team player is a must. Must be highly organized, detail oriented and able to work on multiple tasks at a time. Proficiency in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2022-01-18

Senior Corporate Counsel, Real Estate

Dallas TX Senior Corporate Counsel, Real Estate DUTIES: Structure, negotiate and draft agreements related to the acquisition and development, or redevelopment, construction, financing, operation and disposition of real estate and data center projects in the United States and internationally. Negotiate and draft confidentiality agreements and vendor contracts as well as power supply agreements (conventional and renewables). Support real estate matters in connection with M&A projects. Support real estate asset management activities, including project financing. Support and monitor compliance with agreements. Support and supervise outside counsel.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must have a Juris Doctor degree. Admitted to practice law and be a member of the bar. Must be an active member of a state bar. Must have 4+ years experience as a practicing lawyer, preferably initially with a national law firm before moving to an in-house position. Must have experience advising clients on real estate matters with heavy emphasis on acquisition, development and financing of real estate projects, ideally data centers or other critical infrastructure; Experience managing other attorneys and paralegals. International experience a plus. Must have exceptional multi-tasking skills, with the ability to set priorities and work on several projects simultaneously. Ability to work independently and self-manage projects; strong project and people management skills
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-14

Assistant General Counsel (real Estate)

Irvine CA Assistant General Counsel (Real Estate) The candidate should advise on a broad range of real estate transactional matters, including land acquisition, joint ventures, and land bank transactions, corporate leases/subleases, and confidentiality agreements. Draft and revise real estate documents and agreements. Review and advise on commercial agreements. Work on other non-real estate-related matters, learning new substantive areas as needed. Collaborate with outside counsel and coordinate with internal division teams as needed. Other duties as assigned. Should have a J.D. with excellent academic credentials. California bar admission, in good standing, required. Should have 4-7 years of significant experience in sophisticated real estate transactional matters, including drafting/negotiating transaction agreements. Strong drafting and analytical skills, with high attention to detail. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to handle multiple tasks, projects, and deadlines. Self-motivated and responsive to requests for assistance. Creative thinking in reaching practical resolutions when possible. Willingness to learn new areas of law. Legal 4 - 7 Full-time 2022-01-12

Director, Real Estate Law Attorney

Dublin CA Director, Real Estate Law Attorney Duties: Prepare documentation for new and existing store, office and warehouse facilities: Negotiate and draft leases. Supervise and review the preparation of memoranda of lease and other related documents by paralegals. Review due diligence lease materials and analyze the impact on the lease and transaction. Prepare lease amendments and letter agreements, as requested by Management. Supervise, review and approve Estoppel Certificates prepared by a paralegal based on information provided by other departments. Negotiate Subordination, Non-disturbance and Attornment Agreements as necessary, and review and approve the agreements in the form prepared by a paralegal. Approve, review and supervise change of Landlord entities. Manage Landlord - Tenant disputes as requested by Management. Respond to and prepare demand letters. Represent the Company, negotiate resolutions to disputes, and prepare settlement agreements as requested by Management. Render legal advice on real estate related issues: Analyze and render opinions on the potential impact of proposed changes to existing lease arrangements. Analyze and render opinions on real estate related issued raises by the Property Management Division, as directed by Management. Coordinate legal services provided by outside counsel: Obtain advice, documents, or other services from outside law firms as needed. Prepare and review standard real estate documents. Review and propose revisions to form letters of intent to correctly reflect current corporate requirements. Review and propose revisions to form lease as necessary to correctly reflect current corporate requirements, as appropriate in conjunction with outside counsel. As directed when necessary, draft property deeds, escrow instructions, corporate resolutions, mechanic's lien releases, and other standard real estate documents for pending transactions. Maintain and distribute legal documents (letters of intent; leases; memoranda of lease; estoppel certificates; subordination, attornment and non- disturbance agreements, and lease amendment formats) and templates for repetitive use by Property Managements department, including added and alternate provisions. Develop and create Policies and Procedures for the production and handling of real estate legal documents and information derived from the documents of the Real Estate Department. Other special projects or assignments as required.

Qualifications: Law degree and admitted in good standing with a state bar, preferably California. 5-7 years prior experience in commercial real estate transactions (retail and shopping center experience, preferable), document drafting, and business or corporation law. Maintain the requirements for bar license by attending necessary continuing legal education courses, with a study emphasis in real estate, construction, environmental, business and corporate law. Prior experience in transactional real estate, document drafting, litigation and business or corporation law. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks and projects without supervision. Proficient in Microsoft Word, with a basic knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Outlook.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2022-01-12

Legal Counsel - Real Estate

Hoffman Estates IL Legal Counsel - Real Estate The candidate's duties include: To handle complex commercial/retail real estate leasing matters and real estate projects. Drafts and negotiates high priority real estate leases and other legal documents, counsels business partners on real estate transactions and associated risk, including leasing, development, subleasing, dispositions, acquisitions, redevelopments, special projects, licensed businesses, asset management and real estate tax analysis. Provides guidance and training to real estate paralegals. A JD with at least 7 years of retail or commercial leasing experience required. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Real Estate Attorney, Cft

Rosemead CA Real Estate Attorney, CFT The candidate performs a variety of real estate-related legal functions for CFT's Real Estate Legal department; provides proactive legal support and counsel to Purchase & Leasing, Construction and Property Management Teams necessary to assess and reduce risk and exposure to the Company associated with new transactions and development. Responsible for drafting and negotiating legal documents related to new real estate purchases and development, including, but not limited to, letters of intent, purchase agreements and amendments, REA s, CC&R s, easements, and restrictive covenant agreements. Oversees the work of the Due Diligence Specialist/Paralegal in conducting due diligence reviews and closings for purchase of real estate and corporate compliance. Assists construction teams with vendor and contractor agreement and communication with City and other approving entities, and assists with claims and litigation as needed. Responsible for drafting and negotiating letters of intent, lease agreements, amendments and renewals related to the leasing of the new and existing property portfolios. Prepares brokerage agreements, SNDAs, and confidentiality agreements. Assists the Leasing Team by providing legal advice for new and existing tenants, including analysis of landlord and tenant rights as claims may arise. Provides legal counsel to Property Management Team on matters relating to the enforcement of lease rights, vendor agreements, third party claims, and other property management-related matters. Oversees outside counsel on litigation related to enforcement of rights and obligations under leases as necessary. Provides guidance on potential litigation matters, collaborates with outside legal counsel to protect the interests of Company as litigation matters may arise, including, but not limited to, tenant breach/eviction, construction-related disputes, ADA and other third party claims. Performs special projects for the CFT Legal, Real Estate Development and Alternative Investment teams as required; provides learning opportunities and presentations to other departments as requested.

The candidate should have a JD degree and be licensed to practice law. Should have 4+ years of real estate and/or corporate legal experience. Should have successful completion of annual store training.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Associate Attorney/ Real Estate Attorney

Cincinnati OH Associate Attorney/ Real Estate Attorney The candidate will provide real estate title related legal counsel to offices in the Cincinnati market. Will mentor under the guidance of one of Regional Counsels in the Cincinnati market, would hold their law license with Law Firm, and would work jointly for both the law firm and the title insurance agency. Will help in all facets of title company's work and would include; assisting with residential and commercial title examination, title insurance underwriting, reviewing contracts, title clearing, preparing closing packages, drafting real estate documents, conducting closings, as well as networking and meeting with existing and prospective clients. Assist Regional Counsel with various tasks on legal files. Learn how to perform title examinations and to do title clearing research. Work closely with the Regional Counsel to build relationships with existing and new clients to assist with the day-to-day legal needs of clients. Join and actively participate in trade groups, professional associations, and community volunteer organizations. Preparation or review of documents related to real estate transactions. Perform real estate closings as the notary closer. Network with real estate industry professionals and attempt to increase our market share. Obtain legal clients from the real estate industry and provide them with real property-related counsel. Obey underwriting standards when making decisions related to clearing title or proceeding to closing. Obey best practices in relation to the functions of the title agency. Provide assistance as needed to staff and their interactions with customers. Become authorized to teach our continuing education classes to real estate agents, and contribute as one of company's teachers/presenters. Should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Must be currently licensed as an attorney in the State of Ohio. Open to recently graduated candidates who have completed the Ohio Bar examination. Should have moderate amount of experience in real property transactions, probate administration, estate planning, and small company representation - knowledge of legal practices of local procedures. Must have ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Counsel, Real Estate

Chesterfield MO Counsel, Real Estate The candidate assists the Assistant General Counsel and other members of Global Legal Services and Real Estate Investments by providing timely legal advice and services in connection with the Company's commercial mortgage lending program, mortgage loan servicing and real estate transactions. Prepares, reviews and negotiates commercial mortgage loan documents, reviews major leases, title commitments and surveys and other due diligence documents delivered in connection with commercial mortgages loans. Oversees the assignment and coordination of all commercial mortgage loan transactions and resolves issues arising with respect to loan applications prior to closing. Provides advice and legal services in connection with mortgage loan servicing and asset management and prepares required documentation such as subordination, non-disturbance and attornment agreements and loan modification agreements. Responsible for handling special servicing matters, such as loan defaults, forbearance and foreclosures, sales of real estate owned investments, corporate office leasing and other real estate transactions and special projects. Assists in training junior associates and legal interns and monitors outside legal counsel involved with commercial mortgage loan and loan servicing transactions. Review leases, contracts and agreements, perform other duties as assigned and maintain regular and predictable attendance.

The candidate should have a law degree from the United States accredited law school. Should have a Bachelor's degree from the United States accredited university. Should have 5+ years of experience in a real estate-related field. Should be licensed to practice law in at least one U.S. State. Should have advanced knowledge of U.S. real estate laws and regulations. Should have competent ability to comprehend and interpret business and contract documents, client counseling skills in translating business needs and problems into viable and accepted solutions, advanced oral and written communication skills, including demonstrated ability to clearly present appropriate business terminology and concepts. Should have the ability to work with very limited supervision, advanced negotiating and persuasion skills, advanced ability to investigate, analyze and solve complex problems/issues, demonstrated ability to implement and drive change, ensuring understanding, participation and ownership, advanced ability to set goals and handle multiple tasks, clients, and projects simultaneously; Ability to appropriately balance priorities, deadlines, and deliverables. Should have the ability to work well within a team environment and participate in department/team projects, advanced skills in customer relationship management and change management, intermediate MS Office skills. Should preferably have experience in a real estate investment environment.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Real Estate Transaction Attorney

Chicago IL Real Estate Transaction Attorney Duties: Partner with outside counsel to negotiate legal documents associated with the real estate transaction process (e.g. purchase and sale agreements, letters of intent, joint venture agreements, loan documents, SNDAs) while working collaboratively with transaction officers to ensure that agreed upon business terms are accurately reflected in the documents. Provide guidance and support in structuring strategic partnerships and complicated transactions including minority interests with foreign and domestic capital sources. Work with internal stakeholders, cultivate a panel of law firms and to select appropriate external counsel for each transaction, and monitor and assess law firm performance to enhance productivity. Collaborate with LaSalle internal teams such as risk management, tax, accounting, and compliance to ensure templates, forms and deal documents incorporate required terms. Assist in lease reviews and file audits during the acquisition pursuit process. Partner with the LaSalle s asset management team on third party service contracts and large capital projects that require formal agreements with contractors. Collaborate with LaSalle s debt capital markets leader on the review and negotiation of financing documents and provide guidance on structuring of the financing vehicles.

Qualifications: 10+ years of broad experience working on complex real estate transactions broad experience in transactional real estate required, including acquisitions, sales, leasing, (including ground leases and sale-leaseback), condominiums/HOAs, development, construction and sophisticated financing. Significant portion of a law career based in mid or large-size law firms. Some experience working in-house is preferred. Illinois law license. Documented history working with retail, industrial, office and other niche asset classes (single family portfolios, self-storage, medical). Comfortable and strong familiarity using technology as an integral component of the daily work activities, including third party document management systems.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-12-27
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Senior In-House Counsell
In-House,Confidential
Location : Los Angeles California United States

Privately held real estate development, investment and management company is seeking an in-house attorney with a minimum of 15 years of sophisticated, transactional commercial real estate experience to handle finance, leasing, acquisitions/dispositio... + read more

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Real Estate And Commercial Transactions Counsel
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Location : Columbus, OH, United States

Real Estate and Commercial Transactions Counsel Duties: Provides analysis, research, recommendations, and advice concerning COTA legal issues to individuals with various levels of seniority in the organization, including but not limited to the Presi... + read more

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Senior Corporate Counsel, Real Estate And Cloud Infrastructure
Refer job# WWHF165069
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Real Estate and Cloud Infrastructure The candidate will be supporting complex transactions for the expansion of data center infrastructure, including real estate acquisition and development, data center leases, and related agreements and transactions. Will be drafting and negotiating high-value agreements for the global building infrastructure supply chain and agreements for services for the operation of our datacenters. Creating new contract models, templates, and process improvements to improve quality and reduce contract cycle time for data center infrastructure expansion. Providing creative and proactive counseling on a broad range of legal and policy issues, which may include: U.S. federal and international supply chain regulations; government contracting and compliance; real estate investment regulations; government incentives; land use; and dispute resolution. Collaborating with team members within and across organizational boundaries, including: clients; other Microsoft attorneys; and government affairs, community affairs, and PR professionals. Developing strong, trusted advisor relationships with business clients and executives.

The candidate should have J.D. (or equivalent) and license to practice law in the U.S. Must have 7+ years as a practicing commercial attorney, ideally with a top law firm or in-house experience. Must have outstanding academic credentials, excellent communication skills and attention to detail. Background in real estate and other complex commercial transactions, ideally with experience in co-location agreements and leases, real estate purchase and development, supply chain contracts, international transactions, and dispute resolution is needed.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Real Estate
Refer job# AOKT165083
 
Corporate Counsel - Real Estate Responsibilities: Draft, review, and negotiate purchase agreements and related documents in connection with the acquisition or disposition of multi-family assets. Represent and advise IRT in complex real estate joint-venture transactions. Plan and coordinate due diligence for all real estate transactions. Ensure compliance with a wide range of property level and corporate financing. Assist with the assumption, payoff, defeasance, or pledge of assets in connection with debt financing. Manage other real estate matters as needed, including easements, license agreements, zoning issues and other issues relate to IRT's multifamily portfolio. Provide supervision to outside lawyers hired to assist the corporation with their specialized legal services.

Qualifications: Must have 5-7 years experience overall. Previous experience overseeing similar responsibilities within a similar industry preferred but not required. Prior in-house experience is a plus. Strong commitment to quality of service and quality of work is required. Ability to be a reliable and positive team player is a must. Must be highly organized, detail oriented and able to work on multiple tasks at a time. Proficiency in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# REFW165035
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Real Estate DUTIES: Structure, negotiate and draft agreements related to the acquisition and development, or redevelopment, construction, financing, operation and disposition of real estate and data center projects in the United States and internationally. Negotiate and draft confidentiality agreements and vendor contracts as well as power supply agreements (conventional and renewables). Support real estate matters in connection with M&A projects. Support real estate asset management activities, including project financing. Support and monitor compliance with agreements. Support and supervise outside counsel.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must have a Juris Doctor degree. Admitted to practice law and be a member of the bar. Must be an active member of a state bar. Must have 4+ years experience as a practicing lawyer, preferably initially with a national law firm before moving to an in-house position. Must have experience advising clients on real estate matters with heavy emphasis on acquisition, development and financing of real estate projects, ideally data centers or other critical infrastructure; Experience managing other attorneys and paralegals. International experience a plus. Must have exceptional multi-tasking skills, with the ability to set priorities and work on several projects simultaneously. Ability to work independently and self-manage projects; strong project and people management skills
 
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Assistant General Counsel (real Estate)
Refer job# GVSV164939
 
Assistant General Counsel (Real Estate) The candidate should advise on a broad range of real estate transactional matters, including land acquisition, joint ventures, and land bank transactions, corporate leases/subleases, and confidentiality agreements. Draft and revise real estate documents and agreements. Review and advise on commercial agreements. Work on other non-real estate-related matters, learning new substantive areas as needed. Collaborate with outside counsel and coordinate with internal division teams as needed. Other duties as assigned. Should have a J.D. with excellent academic credentials. California bar admission, in good standing, required. Should have 4-7 years of significant experience in sophisticated real estate transactional matters, including drafting/negotiating transaction agreements. Strong drafting and analytical skills, with high attention to detail. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to handle multiple tasks, projects, and deadlines. Self-motivated and responsive to requests for assistance. Creative thinking in reaching practical resolutions when possible. Willingness to learn new areas of law.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Real Estate Law Attorney
Refer job# TOAK164951
 
Director, Real Estate Law Attorney Duties: Prepare documentation for new and existing store, office and warehouse facilities: Negotiate and draft leases. Supervise and review the preparation of memoranda of lease and other related documents by paralegals. Review due diligence lease materials and analyze the impact on the lease and transaction. Prepare lease amendments and letter agreements, as requested by Management. Supervise, review and approve Estoppel Certificates prepared by a paralegal based on information provided by other departments. Negotiate Subordination, Non-disturbance and Attornment Agreements as necessary, and review and approve the agreements in the form prepared by a paralegal. Approve, review and supervise change of Landlord entities. Manage Landlord - Tenant disputes as requested by Management. Respond to and prepare demand letters. Represent the Company, negotiate resolutions to disputes, and prepare settlement agreements as requested by Management. Render legal advice on real estate related issues: Analyze and render opinions on the potential impact of proposed changes to existing lease arrangements. Analyze and render opinions on real estate related issued raises by the Property Management Division, as directed by Management. Coordinate legal services provided by outside counsel: Obtain advice, documents, or other services from outside law firms as needed. Prepare and review standard real estate documents. Review and propose revisions to form letters of intent to correctly reflect current corporate requirements. Review and propose revisions to form lease as necessary to correctly reflect current corporate requirements, as appropriate in conjunction with outside counsel. As directed when necessary, draft property deeds, escrow instructions, corporate resolutions, mechanic's lien releases, and other standard real estate documents for pending transactions. Maintain and distribute legal documents (letters of intent; leases; memoranda of lease; estoppel certificates; subordination, attornment and non- disturbance agreements, and lease amendment formats) and templates for repetitive use by Property Managements department, including added and alternate provisions. Develop and create Policies and Procedures for the production and handling of real estate legal documents and information derived from the documents of the Real Estate Department. Other special projects or assignments as required.

Qualifications: Law degree and admitted in good standing with a state bar, preferably California. 5-7 years prior experience in commercial real estate transactions (retail and shopping center experience, preferable), document drafting, and business or corporation law. Maintain the requirements for bar license by attending necessary continuing legal education courses, with a study emphasis in real estate, construction, environmental, business and corporate law. Prior experience in transactional real estate, document drafting, litigation and business or corporation law. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks and projects without supervision. Proficient in Microsoft Word, with a basic knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Outlook.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal Counsel - Real Estate
Refer job# RJAZ164963
 
Legal Counsel - Real Estate The candidate's duties include: To handle complex commercial/retail real estate leasing matters and real estate projects. Drafts and negotiates high priority real estate leases and other legal documents, counsels business partners on real estate transactions and associated risk, including leasing, development, subleasing, dispositions, acquisitions, redevelopments, special projects, licensed businesses, asset management and real estate tax analysis. Provides guidance and training to real estate paralegals. A JD with at least 7 years of retail or commercial leasing experience required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Real Estate Attorney, Cft
Refer job# ZPRJ164983
 
Real Estate Attorney, CFT The candidate performs a variety of real estate-related legal functions for CFT's Real Estate Legal department; provides proactive legal support and counsel to Purchase & Leasing, Construction and Property Management Teams necessary to assess and reduce risk and exposure to the Company associated with new transactions and development. Responsible for drafting and negotiating legal documents related to new real estate purchases and development, including, but not limited to, letters of intent, purchase agreements and amendments, REA s, CC&R s, easements, and restrictive covenant agreements. Oversees the work of the Due Diligence Specialist/Paralegal in conducting due diligence reviews and closings for purchase of real estate and corporate compliance. Assists construction teams with vendor and contractor agreement and communication with City and other approving entities, and assists with claims and litigation as needed. Responsible for drafting and negotiating letters of intent, lease agreements, amendments and renewals related to the leasing of the new and existing property portfolios. Prepares brokerage agreements, SNDAs, and confidentiality agreements. Assists the Leasing Team by providing legal advice for new and existing tenants, including analysis of landlord and tenant rights as claims may arise. Provides legal counsel to Property Management Team on matters relating to the enforcement of lease rights, vendor agreements, third party claims, and other property management-related matters. Oversees outside counsel on litigation related to enforcement of rights and obligations under leases as necessary. Provides guidance on potential litigation matters, collaborates with outside legal counsel to protect the interests of Company as litigation matters may arise, including, but not limited to, tenant breach/eviction, construction-related disputes, ADA and other third party claims. Performs special projects for the CFT Legal, Real Estate Development and Alternative Investment teams as required; provides learning opportunities and presentations to other departments as requested.

The candidate should have a JD degree and be licensed to practice law. Should have 4+ years of real estate and/or corporate legal experience. Should have successful completion of annual store training.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Attorney/ Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# GVJC164985
 
Associate Attorney/ Real Estate Attorney The candidate will provide real estate title related legal counsel to offices in the Cincinnati market. Will mentor under the guidance of one of Regional Counsels in the Cincinnati market, would hold their law license with Law Firm, and would work jointly for both the law firm and the title insurance agency. Will help in all facets of title company's work and would include; assisting with residential and commercial title examination, title insurance underwriting, reviewing contracts, title clearing, preparing closing packages, drafting real estate documents, conducting closings, as well as networking and meeting with existing and prospective clients. Assist Regional Counsel with various tasks on legal files. Learn how to perform title examinations and to do title clearing research. Work closely with the Regional Counsel to build relationships with existing and new clients to assist with the day-to-day legal needs of clients. Join and actively participate in trade groups, professional associations, and community volunteer organizations. Preparation or review of documents related to real estate transactions. Perform real estate closings as the notary closer. Network with real estate industry professionals and attempt to increase our market share. Obtain legal clients from the real estate industry and provide them with real property-related counsel. Obey underwriting standards when making decisions related to clearing title or proceeding to closing. Obey best practices in relation to the functions of the title agency. Provide assistance as needed to staff and their interactions with customers. Become authorized to teach our continuing education classes to real estate agents, and contribute as one of company's teachers/presenters. Should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Must be currently licensed as an attorney in the State of Ohio. Open to recently graduated candidates who have completed the Ohio Bar examination. Should have moderate amount of experience in real property transactions, probate administration, estate planning, and small company representation - knowledge of legal practices of local procedures. Must have ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# SJUS164990
 
Counsel, Real Estate The candidate assists the Assistant General Counsel and other members of Global Legal Services and Real Estate Investments by providing timely legal advice and services in connection with the Company's commercial mortgage lending program, mortgage loan servicing and real estate transactions. Prepares, reviews and negotiates commercial mortgage loan documents, reviews major leases, title commitments and surveys and other due diligence documents delivered in connection with commercial mortgages loans. Oversees the assignment and coordination of all commercial mortgage loan transactions and resolves issues arising with respect to loan applications prior to closing. Provides advice and legal services in connection with mortgage loan servicing and asset management and prepares required documentation such as subordination, non-disturbance and attornment agreements and loan modification agreements. Responsible for handling special servicing matters, such as loan defaults, forbearance and foreclosures, sales of real estate owned investments, corporate office leasing and other real estate transactions and special projects. Assists in training junior associates and legal interns and monitors outside legal counsel involved with commercial mortgage loan and loan servicing transactions. Review leases, contracts and agreements, perform other duties as assigned and maintain regular and predictable attendance.

The candidate should have a law degree from the United States accredited law school. Should have a Bachelor's degree from the United States accredited university. Should have 5+ years of experience in a real estate-related field. Should be licensed to practice law in at least one U.S. State. Should have advanced knowledge of U.S. real estate laws and regulations. Should have competent ability to comprehend and interpret business and contract documents, client counseling skills in translating business needs and problems into viable and accepted solutions, advanced oral and written communication skills, including demonstrated ability to clearly present appropriate business terminology and concepts. Should have the ability to work with very limited supervision, advanced negotiating and persuasion skills, advanced ability to investigate, analyze and solve complex problems/issues, demonstrated ability to implement and drive change, ensuring understanding, participation and ownership, advanced ability to set goals and handle multiple tasks, clients, and projects simultaneously; Ability to appropriately balance priorities, deadlines, and deliverables. Should have the ability to work well within a team environment and participate in department/team projects, advanced skills in customer relationship management and change management, intermediate MS Office skills. Should preferably have experience in a real estate investment environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Real Estate Transaction Attorney
Refer job# QOOH164647
 
Real Estate Transaction Attorney Duties: Partner with outside counsel to negotiate legal documents associated with the real estate transaction process (e.g. purchase and sale agreements, letters of intent, joint venture agreements, loan documents, SNDAs) while working collaboratively with transaction officers to ensure that agreed upon business terms are accurately reflected in the documents. Provide guidance and support in structuring strategic partnerships and complicated transactions including minority interests with foreign and domestic capital sources. Work with internal stakeholders, cultivate a panel of law firms and to select appropriate external counsel for each transaction, and monitor and assess law firm performance to enhance productivity. Collaborate with LaSalle internal teams such as risk management, tax, accounting, and compliance to ensure templates, forms and deal documents incorporate required terms. Assist in lease reviews and file audits during the acquisition pursuit process. Partner with the LaSalle s asset management team on third party service contracts and large capital projects that require formal agreements with contractors. Collaborate with LaSalle s debt capital markets leader on the review and negotiation of financing documents and provide guidance on structuring of the financing vehicles.

Qualifications: 10+ years of broad experience working on complex real estate transactions broad experience in transactional real estate required, including acquisitions, sales, leasing, (including ground leases and sale-leaseback), condominiums/HOAs, development, construction and sophisticated financing. Significant portion of a law career based in mid or large-size law firms. Some experience working in-house is preferred. Illinois law license. Documented history working with retail, industrial, office and other niche asset classes (single family portfolios, self-storage, medical). Comfortable and strong familiarity using technology as an integral component of the daily work activities, including third party document management systems.
 
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