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Associate Corporate Counsel - Wireless Real Estate

Chicago IL Associate Corporate Counsel - Wireless Real Estate The candidate will be drafting and negotiating a wide variety of complex cell site lease agreements (tower, rooftop, small cell, pole attachment, DAS, etc.), construction and deployment agreements, zoning and permitting issues and services agreements. Counseling DISH Wireless on various legal issues. Working closely with DISH's business team to accomplish DISH's goals and strategic objectives. Assisting with other responsibilities as needed. Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university. Admitted to practice law in at least one state. J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school. 3+ years of experience drafting and negotiating a wide variety of complex commercial and real estate agreements with a large national or regional law firm or leading corporation, 2+ years of experience drafting and negotiating wireless real estate agreements preferred. Excellent communication, project management, organization and multi-tasking skills. A passion for both the in-house practice of law and the wireless industry. Energy, resourcefulness and a demonstrated record of achievement. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-25

Associate Development Counsel - Real Estate

Durham NC Associate Development Counsel - Real Estate Duties: Assist Strata's solar and energy storage project development teams with reviewing, drafting and negotiating leases, easements, option agreements, purchase agreements and other project site control documents and administering site control documents during project development, construction and/or operation. Review title commitments, title proformas, title policies, title exception documents and surveys and provide analyses, support and supervision for title curative work required in connection with project development, finance, construction and/or operation. Provide real estate support for project finance and M&A transactions, including conducting and responding to due diligence inquiries and drafting, reviewing and managing real estate closing deliverables. Provide general real estate legal support to the project development team for all aspects of project development, including permitting, interconnection and offtake opportunities. Provide general real estate support, as needed, to Strata's engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and operations and maintenance (O&M) teams. In performing the foregoing tasks and duties, identify, manage and advise commercial teams and executive management on risk allocation and mitigation. Effective management of external legal resources. Contribute to creating, developing and implementing processes, procedures, best practices, systems and controls within the legal department and more broadly, and recommend improvements thereto. Cross-team collaboration and coordination with internal and external colleagues. Stay constantly abreast of current events and developments affecting the renewable energy industry, with particular emphasis on possible impacts to business, and help evaluate opportunities and issues relating thereto. Bring a positive, energetic, can-do, problem-solver attitude to the workplace. While close collaboration with external counsel is essential to this position, the successful candidate will be working directly alongside, and not merely managing or outsourcing legal functions to external counsel. The successful candidate is expected to understand the core issues, negotiation points, contracts and risks as well as external counsel, and is responsible for directing external counsel in a manner so as to achieve Strata's desired outcomes.

Qualifications: JD from an accredited law school. Current license to practice law; Virginia or North Carolina license is preferred. 4-6 years experience in commercial real estate law and contract drafting. Strong interest in renewable energy; prior experience preferred. General (i.e., non-real estate) transactional experience preferred. Possess effective drafting, negotiating and client communication skills to: (a) identify complex legal issues, (b) develop and implement alternative solutions, (c) negotiate independently and (d) cope with fast-paced and ever-changing relationships. Problem-solver with pragmatic approach to satisfactorily address legal issues in relation to commercial objectives. Possess effective time management, project management, dispute resolution and interpersonal skills. Creative, adaptable and independent thinker. Strong team player. Ability to focus, direct and manage the efforts of external legal and other resources. Quality and execution focused. Possess strong leadership qualities to motivate colleagues and clients to drive initiatives to conclusion rapidly and efficiently.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2022-11-22

Associate General Counsel - Consumer Marketplace Real Estate and Workplace Design + Connectivity

New York City NY Associate General Counsel - Consumer Marketplace Real Estate and Workplace Design + Connectivity The candidate will be structuring, drafting, reviewing, negotiating and providing advice on a wide range of contracts and agreements for locations, including leases, amendments, work letters, renewals, options, license agreements, estoppel certificates, SNDAs, and other related real estate documents. Identifying legal issues, articulating clear analysis of legal risks, and creating and implementing structured solutions to efficiently meet business objectives while improving legal protections. Providing legal advice on the construction of locations, including work letters, delivery conditions, construction delays, and landlord/tenant construction disputes. Providing legal advice to lease administration team, including on issues such as co-tenancy, and landlord/tenant lease disputes. Collaborating cross-functionally across legal and business teams, to identify risks and help implement effective leasing standards that are consistent with global guidance. Managing outside legal counsel to ensure high-value, cost-effective representation in lease negotiations.

The candidate should have a JD degree and 3-5 years of law firm or in-house experience in the practice of real estate law with a significant focus on tenant leasing and landlord/tenant transactions. Member in good standing, of at least one US State Bar and willing to meet the requirements of membership in the Oregon State Bar through in-house counsel, reciprocity, or other avenues. Significant experience drafting, negotiating and solving issues for leases and various real estate-related agreements, including SNDAs. Extensive knowledge in the areas of real estate development and financing, land use and permitting, zoning, construction, and landlord/tenant dispute resolution. Some litigation experience is a plus. Demonstrated ability to learn business requirements quickly, analyze legal and commercial risks, and propose creative solutions. Strong bias for action and critical thinking. Excellent collaboration skills and an ability to communicate effectively and succinctly, both verbally and in writing, with business personnel at all levels. Excellent organizational skills, with a proven ability to manage multiple lease transactions simultaneously. Strong teammate and ability to work cross-functionally in a complex organizational structure.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2022-11-18

Assistant General Counsel, Real Estate

San Francisco CA Assistant General Counsel, Real Estate The candidate will provide strategic, creative and effective legal and business advice to support the Company's overall real estate plans and priorities. Manage legal support for all new retail store leases, renewals, amendments, lease actions and real estate related activity for existing fleet of over 250 retail stores, offices, and showrooms, as well as future store expansion plans. Manage legal support for construction and related services agreements for distribution centers, retail stores, and facilities. Oversee outside leasing counsel and serve as liaison to internal clients. Collaborate with internal stakeholders in finance, construction, design, insurance and operations and manage inter-department input into legal documents. Develop, establish, and administer lease term standards. Work as a collaborative member of the Legal Team in support of the U.S./Canada retail lease portfolio, addressing issues and assisting in the management and resolution of disputes with landlords, contractors and attendant third parties including managing outside counsel in litigation and threatened litigation matters. Collaborate with internal stakeholders to execute real estate strategy, provide guidance on leasing and answer questions on lease interpretation. Help develop and implement new processes, policies and training as needed, based on legal requirements, industry standards and best practices. Develop, maintain and improve company real estate agreement standards and template provisions and forms.

The candidate should have a JD and membership in a State Bar. Should have 7 years of experience as retail real estate leasing counsel in a fast-paced environment, with the ability to handle responsibilities with minimum supervision. Both external law firm and in-house experience at a retailer are strongly preferred. Subject matter expert in retail real estate leases and related agreements, including having an intimate understanding of retail real estate deal terms such as co-tenancy, percentage rent and omnichannel gross sales definitions, gross sale termination rights, and radius restrictions. Preferred experience in regional mall, lifestyle center and outlet center leases, as well as office leases and construction agreements. Ability to handle and manage a variety of internal client demands and a significant number of leasing deals simultaneously, and coordinate with internal stakeholder teams to meet store buildout timeframes. Strong time management, project management and prioritization skills, with the ability to multi-task and manage multiple projects/matters to closure. Strategic thinking with an ability to leverage business sense, creative problem-solving skills and sense of prioritization when resolving issues. Exceptional organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-16

Transaction Counsel - Real Estate

Houston TX Transaction Counsel - Real Estate The candidate will assist AGC/Senior Transaction Counsel and deal teams with transactions and provide appropriate legal advice in connection with those transactions, including all real estate components, commercial finance/asset finance, non-recourse debt, tax equity, and M&A transactions. Review all transaction documents, ensure compliance with Company policy requirements and preferences, and identify and coordinate review by Company departments on relevant provisions (e.g., tax, accounting, environmental, construction etc.). Work with outside counsel and local counsel on the appropriate scope for applicable legal matters, as necessary. For principal deals, liaising with internal resources in regard to procuring transaction-related corporate resolutions, internal transaction approvals and parent company guarantees, and in all cases otherwise facilitating the closing of transactions. Work with support personnel to oversee the maintenance of the corporate records and good standing requirements of the Company. Interface with document management to assure retention of complete records of each transaction. Manage and appoint outside counsel as necessary. Other tasks and projects as assigned.

The candidate should have a law degree from an accredited institution. Must be qualified to practice law in California, New York or Texas. Must have 5-7 years of real estate (preferably energy-related) experience with a major US law firm or in-house counsel with a major project development company with similar experience. Significant experience in commercial finance/asset finance (including project finance) non-recourse debt, and tax equity, together with M&A experience highly desirable. Industry and/or in-house experience with a finance/investment/development company will be highly regarded. Ability to take a commercial approach to the provision of legal advice. Ability to handle a variety of projects, manage competing priorities and coordinate multiple tasks simultaneously. Self-motivated, self-disciplined, and highly results-oriented. Ability to think and work independently, but to be collaborative as required. Ability to work with all levels of management. Strong organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Experience working in renewable energy are highly preferred. Willingness to travel as required (10-20%).
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2022-11-14

Senior Real Estate Attorney

Tampa FL Senior Real Estate Attorney The candidate should have 6+ years of experience drafting and negotiating leases and Purchase and Sale Agreements; managing lease transactions, due diligence and sales and acquisitions. Strong communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to work both independently with minimal supervision and as part of a team. The ability to multi-task and prioritize is also essential. Transferable skills and strong academic backgrounds from nationally recognized schools. Legal 6 - 0 Part_time 2022-11-14

Senior Corporate Counsel Of Real Estate And Partners

Nashville TN Senior Corporate Counsel of Real Estate and Partners The candidate will lead the structuring, drafting, negotiation, and execution of complex commercial agreements, including management services, SaaS, regulatory compliance, and licensing contracts. Advise on an array of legal areas, with a focus on real estate, regulatory compliance, commercial contracting, general corporate, and mergers and acquisitions. Resolve issues that arise from commercial agreements, regulatory compliance and other legal disputes and inquiries. Develop, implement, and manage processes and systems to enable the legal team to efficiently and effectively operate and scale. Manage outside counsel and other outside advisors on legal matters. Maintain knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws and of industry legal standards and best practices. A J.D. and licensed to practice law in at least one U.S. state. Should have 5+ years of legal experience, preferably with in-house corporate experience at a growing real estate and/or tech company. Experience in the areas of real estate, commercial, and contracting law. Entrepreneurial mindset - a self-starter who thrives on ambiguity and the opportunity to bring structure where needed. Ability to translate sophisticated legal issues into clear and simple advice and to communicate and collaborate with a broad range of cross-functional colleagues, including the executive team and other senior leaders across the company. Ability to manage multiple projects at a time and meet deadlines in an exciting, fast-paced environment. Passion for transportation, mobility, and/or proptech is a plus. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-14

Real Estate Attorney

Chicago IL Real Estate Attorney The candidate will act as lead in-house real estate counsel for growth restaurant and entertainment business. Draft, analyze and negotiate legal terms for retail leases while representing tenant-company. Act as primary point of contact with commercial real estate developers, REITs, etc. and counsel. Work closely with Vice Presidents of the Real Estate and Design and Construction Groups. Should have a Juris Doctor. Must have 7+ years of high-end legal experience in law firm or corporation. Significant experience in commercial and/or retail leasing is required. Interest in fast-paced, growing location-based entertainment company. Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-14

Associate Counsel, Corporate And Real Estate

Philadelphia PA Associate Counsel, Corporate and Real Estate The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of commercial leasing agreements to support and maintain our corporate real estate portfolio throughout the United States, including lease amendments, subleases, extensions, estoppel certificates, subordination non-disturbance and attornment agreements, work letters and construction contracts, as well documenting (and escalating, as needed) defaults and disputes. Identify and analyze risk and legal issues, and communicate sound, understandable legal and business recommendations to the various internal stakeholders you support across various Compass teams, including issues related to lease administration, operations/facilities, and project management matters. Work closely with internal business clients and legal subject matter experts on a variety of other complex business initiatives and corporate matters, such as joint ventures and other strategic transactions (including financial transactions and/or M&A), commercial contract negotiation, subsidiary entity management (e.g. preparation of secretaries certificates, letters of credit, resolutions, consents, etc.), securities filings, and other general corporate matters. Guide the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes, with an emphasis on efficiency and scalability (including developing training, templates, and playbooks). Assist in managing outside legal counsel on related matters. Support other special projects across the team, including diligence, legal research, organization and project management. Strong academic credentials including a JD and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar (NY or CA bar a plus). Should have 2+ years of top-tier law firm and/or in-house experience in a real estate group or with a focus on real estate transactions (with an emphasis on commercial leasing) or other general corporate matters. Confidence operating in a fast-paced environment with the desire to learn the business. Detail-oriented with superior organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects and priorities simultaneously under tight deadlines and in a dynamic environment. A team player with low ego who can effectively work with other attorneys and colleagues. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills and an ability to clearly and simply explain complex ideas. A willingness to learn new areas of law, acquire new skills, and take on additional and/or new responsibilities within the team on an as-needed basis. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-07

Associate Counsel, Corporate And Real Estate

Boston MA Associate Counsel, Corporate and Real Estate The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of commercial leasing agreements to support and maintain our corporate real estate portfolio throughout the United States, including lease amendments, subleases, extensions, estoppel certificates, subordination non-disturbance and attornment agreements, work letters and construction contracts, as well documenting (and escalating, as needed) defaults and disputes. Identify and analyze risk and legal issues, and communicate sound, understandable legal and business recommendations to the various internal stakeholders you support across various Compass teams, including issues related to lease administration, operations/facilities, and project management matters. Work closely with internal business clients and legal subject matter experts on a variety of other complex business initiatives and corporate matters, such as joint ventures and other strategic transactions (including financial transactions and/or M&A), commercial contract negotiation, subsidiary entity management (e.g. preparation of secretaries certificates, letters of credit, resolutions, consents, etc.), securities filings, and other general corporate matters. Guide the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes, with an emphasis on efficiency and scalability (including developing training, templates, and playbooks). Assist in managing outside legal counsel on related matters. Support other special projects across the team, including diligence, legal research, organization and project management. Strong academic credentials including a JD and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar (NY or CA bar a plus). Should have 2+ years of top-tier law firm and/or in-house experience in a real estate group or with a focus on real estate transactions (with an emphasis on commercial leasing) or other general corporate matters. Confidence operating in a fast-paced environment with the desire to learn the business. Detail-oriented with superior organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects and priorities simultaneously under tight deadlines and in a dynamic environment. A team player with low ego who can effectively work with other attorneys and colleagues. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills and an ability to clearly and simply explain complex ideas. A willingness to learn new areas of law, acquire new skills, and take on additional and/or new responsibilities within the team on an as-needed basis. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-07
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Associate Corporate Counsel - Wireless Real Estate
Refer job# JTKX171614
 
Associate Corporate Counsel - Wireless Real Estate The candidate will be drafting and negotiating a wide variety of complex cell site lease agreements (tower, rooftop, small cell, pole attachment, DAS, etc.), construction and deployment agreements, zoning and permitting issues and services agreements. Counseling DISH Wireless on various legal issues. Working closely with DISH's business team to accomplish DISH's goals and strategic objectives. Assisting with other responsibilities as needed. Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university. Admitted to practice law in at least one state. J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school. 3+ years of experience drafting and negotiating a wide variety of complex commercial and real estate agreements with a large national or regional law firm or leading corporation, 2+ years of experience drafting and negotiating wireless real estate agreements preferred. Excellent communication, project management, organization and multi-tasking skills. A passion for both the in-house practice of law and the wireless industry. Energy, resourcefulness and a demonstrated record of achievement.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Development Counsel - Real Estate
Refer job# GPYA171544
 
Associate Development Counsel - Real Estate Duties: Assist Strata's solar and energy storage project development teams with reviewing, drafting and negotiating leases, easements, option agreements, purchase agreements and other project site control documents and administering site control documents during project development, construction and/or operation. Review title commitments, title proformas, title policies, title exception documents and surveys and provide analyses, support and supervision for title curative work required in connection with project development, finance, construction and/or operation. Provide real estate support for project finance and M&A transactions, including conducting and responding to due diligence inquiries and drafting, reviewing and managing real estate closing deliverables. Provide general real estate legal support to the project development team for all aspects of project development, including permitting, interconnection and offtake opportunities. Provide general real estate support, as needed, to Strata's engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and operations and maintenance (O&M) teams. In performing the foregoing tasks and duties, identify, manage and advise commercial teams and executive management on risk allocation and mitigation. Effective management of external legal resources. Contribute to creating, developing and implementing processes, procedures, best practices, systems and controls within the legal department and more broadly, and recommend improvements thereto. Cross-team collaboration and coordination with internal and external colleagues. Stay constantly abreast of current events and developments affecting the renewable energy industry, with particular emphasis on possible impacts to business, and help evaluate opportunities and issues relating thereto. Bring a positive, energetic, can-do, problem-solver attitude to the workplace. While close collaboration with external counsel is essential to this position, the successful candidate will be working directly alongside, and not merely managing or outsourcing legal functions to external counsel. The successful candidate is expected to understand the core issues, negotiation points, contracts and risks as well as external counsel, and is responsible for directing external counsel in a manner so as to achieve Strata's desired outcomes.

Qualifications: JD from an accredited law school. Current license to practice law; Virginia or North Carolina license is preferred. 4-6 years experience in commercial real estate law and contract drafting. Strong interest in renewable energy; prior experience preferred. General (i.e., non-real estate) transactional experience preferred. Possess effective drafting, negotiating and client communication skills to: (a) identify complex legal issues, (b) develop and implement alternative solutions, (c) negotiate independently and (d) cope with fast-paced and ever-changing relationships. Problem-solver with pragmatic approach to satisfactorily address legal issues in relation to commercial objectives. Possess effective time management, project management, dispute resolution and interpersonal skills. Creative, adaptable and independent thinker. Strong team player. Ability to focus, direct and manage the efforts of external legal and other resources. Quality and execution focused. Possess strong leadership qualities to motivate colleagues and clients to drive initiatives to conclusion rapidly and efficiently.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel - Consumer Marketplace Real Estate and Workplace Design + Connectivity
Refer job# SCEJ171517
 
Associate General Counsel - Consumer Marketplace Real Estate and Workplace Design + Connectivity The candidate will be structuring, drafting, reviewing, negotiating and providing advice on a wide range of contracts and agreements for locations, including leases, amendments, work letters, renewals, options, license agreements, estoppel certificates, SNDAs, and other related real estate documents. Identifying legal issues, articulating clear analysis of legal risks, and creating and implementing structured solutions to efficiently meet business objectives while improving legal protections. Providing legal advice on the construction of locations, including work letters, delivery conditions, construction delays, and landlord/tenant construction disputes. Providing legal advice to lease administration team, including on issues such as co-tenancy, and landlord/tenant lease disputes. Collaborating cross-functionally across legal and business teams, to identify risks and help implement effective leasing standards that are consistent with global guidance. Managing outside legal counsel to ensure high-value, cost-effective representation in lease negotiations.

The candidate should have a JD degree and 3-5 years of law firm or in-house experience in the practice of real estate law with a significant focus on tenant leasing and landlord/tenant transactions. Member in good standing, of at least one US State Bar and willing to meet the requirements of membership in the Oregon State Bar through in-house counsel, reciprocity, or other avenues. Significant experience drafting, negotiating and solving issues for leases and various real estate-related agreements, including SNDAs. Extensive knowledge in the areas of real estate development and financing, land use and permitting, zoning, construction, and landlord/tenant dispute resolution. Some litigation experience is a plus. Demonstrated ability to learn business requirements quickly, analyze legal and commercial risks, and propose creative solutions. Strong bias for action and critical thinking. Excellent collaboration skills and an ability to communicate effectively and succinctly, both verbally and in writing, with business personnel at all levels. Excellent organizational skills, with a proven ability to manage multiple lease transactions simultaneously. Strong teammate and ability to work cross-functionally in a complex organizational structure.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Assistant General Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# UGNU171479
 
Assistant General Counsel, Real Estate The candidate will provide strategic, creative and effective legal and business advice to support the Company's overall real estate plans and priorities. Manage legal support for all new retail store leases, renewals, amendments, lease actions and real estate related activity for existing fleet of over 250 retail stores, offices, and showrooms, as well as future store expansion plans. Manage legal support for construction and related services agreements for distribution centers, retail stores, and facilities. Oversee outside leasing counsel and serve as liaison to internal clients. Collaborate with internal stakeholders in finance, construction, design, insurance and operations and manage inter-department input into legal documents. Develop, establish, and administer lease term standards. Work as a collaborative member of the Legal Team in support of the U.S./Canada retail lease portfolio, addressing issues and assisting in the management and resolution of disputes with landlords, contractors and attendant third parties including managing outside counsel in litigation and threatened litigation matters. Collaborate with internal stakeholders to execute real estate strategy, provide guidance on leasing and answer questions on lease interpretation. Help develop and implement new processes, policies and training as needed, based on legal requirements, industry standards and best practices. Develop, maintain and improve company real estate agreement standards and template provisions and forms.

The candidate should have a JD and membership in a State Bar. Should have 7 years of experience as retail real estate leasing counsel in a fast-paced environment, with the ability to handle responsibilities with minimum supervision. Both external law firm and in-house experience at a retailer are strongly preferred. Subject matter expert in retail real estate leases and related agreements, including having an intimate understanding of retail real estate deal terms such as co-tenancy, percentage rent and omnichannel gross sales definitions, gross sale termination rights, and radius restrictions. Preferred experience in regional mall, lifestyle center and outlet center leases, as well as office leases and construction agreements. Ability to handle and manage a variety of internal client demands and a significant number of leasing deals simultaneously, and coordinate with internal stakeholder teams to meet store buildout timeframes. Strong time management, project management and prioritization skills, with the ability to multi-task and manage multiple projects/matters to closure. Strategic thinking with an ability to leverage business sense, creative problem-solving skills and sense of prioritization when resolving issues. Exceptional organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Transaction Counsel - Real Estate
Refer job# TTJI171324
 
Transaction Counsel - Real Estate The candidate will assist AGC/Senior Transaction Counsel and deal teams with transactions and provide appropriate legal advice in connection with those transactions, including all real estate components, commercial finance/asset finance, non-recourse debt, tax equity, and M&A transactions. Review all transaction documents, ensure compliance with Company policy requirements and preferences, and identify and coordinate review by Company departments on relevant provisions (e.g., tax, accounting, environmental, construction etc.). Work with outside counsel and local counsel on the appropriate scope for applicable legal matters, as necessary. For principal deals, liaising with internal resources in regard to procuring transaction-related corporate resolutions, internal transaction approvals and parent company guarantees, and in all cases otherwise facilitating the closing of transactions. Work with support personnel to oversee the maintenance of the corporate records and good standing requirements of the Company. Interface with document management to assure retention of complete records of each transaction. Manage and appoint outside counsel as necessary. Other tasks and projects as assigned.

The candidate should have a law degree from an accredited institution. Must be qualified to practice law in California, New York or Texas. Must have 5-7 years of real estate (preferably energy-related) experience with a major US law firm or in-house counsel with a major project development company with similar experience. Significant experience in commercial finance/asset finance (including project finance) non-recourse debt, and tax equity, together with M&A experience highly desirable. Industry and/or in-house experience with a finance/investment/development company will be highly regarded. Ability to take a commercial approach to the provision of legal advice. Ability to handle a variety of projects, manage competing priorities and coordinate multiple tasks simultaneously. Self-motivated, self-disciplined, and highly results-oriented. Ability to think and work independently, but to be collaborative as required. Ability to work with all levels of management. Strong organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Experience working in renewable energy are highly preferred. Willingness to travel as required (10-20%).
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# PZHD171350
 
Senior Real Estate Attorney The candidate should have 6+ years of experience drafting and negotiating leases and Purchase and Sale Agreements; managing lease transactions, due diligence and sales and acquisitions. Strong communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to work both independently with minimal supervision and as part of a team. The ability to multi-task and prioritize is also essential. Transferable skills and strong academic backgrounds from nationally recognized schools.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Of Real Estate And Partners
Refer job# DATW171370
 
Senior Corporate Counsel of Real Estate and Partners The candidate will lead the structuring, drafting, negotiation, and execution of complex commercial agreements, including management services, SaaS, regulatory compliance, and licensing contracts. Advise on an array of legal areas, with a focus on real estate, regulatory compliance, commercial contracting, general corporate, and mergers and acquisitions. Resolve issues that arise from commercial agreements, regulatory compliance and other legal disputes and inquiries. Develop, implement, and manage processes and systems to enable the legal team to efficiently and effectively operate and scale. Manage outside counsel and other outside advisors on legal matters. Maintain knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws and of industry legal standards and best practices. A J.D. and licensed to practice law in at least one U.S. state. Should have 5+ years of legal experience, preferably with in-house corporate experience at a growing real estate and/or tech company. Experience in the areas of real estate, commercial, and contracting law. Entrepreneurial mindset - a self-starter who thrives on ambiguity and the opportunity to bring structure where needed. Ability to translate sophisticated legal issues into clear and simple advice and to communicate and collaborate with a broad range of cross-functional colleagues, including the executive team and other senior leaders across the company. Ability to manage multiple projects at a time and meet deadlines in an exciting, fast-paced environment. Passion for transportation, mobility, and/or proptech is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# ETOG171373
 
Real Estate Attorney The candidate will act as lead in-house real estate counsel for growth restaurant and entertainment business. Draft, analyze and negotiate legal terms for retail leases while representing tenant-company. Act as primary point of contact with commercial real estate developers, REITs, etc. and counsel. Work closely with Vice Presidents of the Real Estate and Design and Construction Groups. Should have a Juris Doctor. Must have 7+ years of high-end legal experience in law firm or corporation. Significant experience in commercial and/or retail leasing is required. Interest in fast-paced, growing location-based entertainment company. Excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Counsel, Corporate And Real Estate
Refer job# NOZQ171290
 
Associate Counsel, Corporate and Real Estate The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of commercial leasing agreements to support and maintain our corporate real estate portfolio throughout the United States, including lease amendments, subleases, extensions, estoppel certificates, subordination non-disturbance and attornment agreements, work letters and construction contracts, as well documenting (and escalating, as needed) defaults and disputes. Identify and analyze risk and legal issues, and communicate sound, understandable legal and business recommendations to the various internal stakeholders you support across various Compass teams, including issues related to lease administration, operations/facilities, and project management matters. Work closely with internal business clients and legal subject matter experts on a variety of other complex business initiatives and corporate matters, such as joint ventures and other strategic transactions (including financial transactions and/or M&A), commercial contract negotiation, subsidiary entity management (e.g. preparation of secretaries certificates, letters of credit, resolutions, consents, etc.), securities filings, and other general corporate matters. Guide the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes, with an emphasis on efficiency and scalability (including developing training, templates, and playbooks). Assist in managing outside legal counsel on related matters. Support other special projects across the team, including diligence, legal research, organization and project management. Strong academic credentials including a JD and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar (NY or CA bar a plus). Should have 2+ years of top-tier law firm and/or in-house experience in a real estate group or with a focus on real estate transactions (with an emphasis on commercial leasing) or other general corporate matters. Confidence operating in a fast-paced environment with the desire to learn the business. Detail-oriented with superior organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects and priorities simultaneously under tight deadlines and in a dynamic environment. A team player with low ego who can effectively work with other attorneys and colleagues. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills and an ability to clearly and simply explain complex ideas. A willingness to learn new areas of law, acquire new skills, and take on additional and/or new responsibilities within the team on an as-needed basis.
 
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Associate Counsel, Corporate And Real Estate
Refer job# JJTR171291
 
Associate Counsel, Corporate and Real Estate The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of commercial leasing agreements to support and maintain our corporate real estate portfolio throughout the United States, including lease amendments, subleases, extensions, estoppel certificates, subordination non-disturbance and attornment agreements, work letters and construction contracts, as well documenting (and escalating, as needed) defaults and disputes. Identify and analyze risk and legal issues, and communicate sound, understandable legal and business recommendations to the various internal stakeholders you support across various Compass teams, including issues related to lease administration, operations/facilities, and project management matters. Work closely with internal business clients and legal subject matter experts on a variety of other complex business initiatives and corporate matters, such as joint ventures and other strategic transactions (including financial transactions and/or M&A), commercial contract negotiation, subsidiary entity management (e.g. preparation of secretaries certificates, letters of credit, resolutions, consents, etc.), securities filings, and other general corporate matters. Guide the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes, with an emphasis on efficiency and scalability (including developing training, templates, and playbooks). Assist in managing outside legal counsel on related matters. Support other special projects across the team, including diligence, legal research, organization and project management. Strong academic credentials including a JD and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar (NY or CA bar a plus). Should have 2+ years of top-tier law firm and/or in-house experience in a real estate group or with a focus on real estate transactions (with an emphasis on commercial leasing) or other general corporate matters. Confidence operating in a fast-paced environment with the desire to learn the business. Detail-oriented with superior organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects and priorities simultaneously under tight deadlines and in a dynamic environment. A team player with low ego who can effectively work with other attorneys and colleagues. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills and an ability to clearly and simply explain complex ideas. A willingness to learn new areas of law, acquire new skills, and take on additional and/or new responsibilities within the team on an as-needed basis.
 
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