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Corporate Counsel, Supercharger and Real Estate, Legal

Fremont CA Corporate Counsel, Supercharger & Real Estate, Legal The candidate will draft, revise and negotiate real estate leases for Supercharger stations as well as other commercial agreements to support the Supercharger program, including license agreements, construction contracts, equipment leases and product sales agreements. Manage, review and prepare ancillary real estate documents (amendments, SNDAs, estoppels, etc.). Work closely with business teams to assess and advise on legal and business risks and risk mitigation strategies. Manage legal and contractual compliance for Supercharger locations, including permits, licenses, approvals, insurance, inspection and other legal requirements (zoning variances, building codes, ADA). Manage and review reports and other due diligence materials related to potential title and environmental liabilities. Resolve disputes with landlords, contractors, tenants and/or subtenants.

The candidate should have J.D. with excellent academic credentials and top tier law firm experience. Admission to California bar or ability to register as in-house counsel is required. Must have 4-6 years of legal experience, including substantial experience in commercial real estate handling commercial leasing and related matters. Should have strong drafting and analytical skills. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills are required. Should have experience negotiating directly with opposing counsel. Must have ability to work independently as well as on teams with diverse personalities and skill levels. Proven track record of learning quickly, taking initiative, working proactively and being resourceful is required.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2020-04-03

Associate General Counsel, Real Estate

Tysons Corner VA Associate General Counsel, Real Estate Duties: Review, draft and negotiate agreements such as leases, lease amendments, real estate purchase agreements and related agreements. Conduct due diligence for property acquisitions, including review of environmental reports, title matters, surveys, zoning, service agreements, etc. Provide legal and business advice and assistance on real estate and related corporate matters. Respond to questions on legal matters from other internal departments. Understand company operational requirements and translate those requirements into contract form. Manage outside counsel in complex real estate related matters and real estate related litigation.

Requirements: Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and a member in good standing of at least one state Bar. Significant real estate experience in a law firm and/or as an in-house attorney. Ability to work both independently and collaboratively to resolve time sensitive issues and respond to requests. Strong entrepreneurial spirit with ability to develop appropriate processes to manage growth. Ability to work in fast paced, high pressure and rapidly changing environments. Hands on approach and high level of attention to operational execution. High energy level and demonstrated ability to guide multiple objectives and initiatives simultaneously. Excellent communication skills with the proven ability to convey legal advice clearly and effectively. Excellent legal, business and practical judgment with strong problem solving skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with employees at all levels.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-03

Counsel - Procurement/real Estate/construction

Washington DC Counsel - Procurement/Real Estate/Construction Duties: Provides sophisticated, pragmatic, proactive legal advice to clients within Operations on all aspects of facilities, manufacturing and operations, with a heavy emphasis on drafting and negotiating both Direct and Indirect Procurement contracts as a U.S. govt. contractor, real estate agreements, construction agreements and safety, health and environmental (SHE) issues. Will support and report to the Head of HR/Labor and Employment and Operations and will be the primary attorney interfacing with the Operations business. Will create sophisticated and efficient process improvement initiatives for the Procurement and the Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) functions, will develop and conduct training, and will coordinate compliance activities for day-to-day work and counseling. Will also assist with HR/Labor and Employment matters, employee investigations and government agency charges/litigation. Provides a cross-business practice perspective or industry perspective to Law Department and business unit management based on prior experience. Contributes to Law Department policy and position-setting based on cross-functional expertise and exposure to multiple aspects of business. A seasoned professional with wide-ranging experience in the relevant areas (Procurement, Real Estate, Construction, Environmental, Employment, Litigation), business acumen, professionalism and sound judgment. Deals with diverse and often times complex and sensitive issues, where analysis may require discretion, collaboration and in-depth evaluation of many factors. Exercises judgment in evaluating methods and may determine criteria for obtaining solutions.. Networks with senior internal and external personnel in area of expertise as well as some key contacts outside area of expertise. Responsible for maintaining and continuously improving the quality system and achieving quality objectives through daily actions. Provide counseling on commercial and business law issues to all functional groups within or providing services to Roche Diagnostics Operations, including business unit management, Manufacturing, Facilities, Procurement, Security, IT, HR and Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE). Develop an in-depth working knowledge of the business unit s business models, priorities and risks and apply this knowledge in delivering legal advice. Provide counseling to HR on a variety of employment-related matters, including disability accommodations, leaves of absence, employment discrimination and harassment claims and charges, discipline and termination matters, reductions-in-force, wage and hour compliance, restrictive covenants, personnel policies and procedures. Balance risk and legal compliance requirements with the impact to the employee experience. Embody the Roche cultural beliefs and do what it takes to ensure that Roche is and continues to be a great place to work . Review and keep business unit management informed of legal developments. Work as a liaison between clients and subject matter expert attorneys to ensure effective mitigation of risk in specialized areas of law. Negotiate, draft and review Direct and Indirect Procurement Agreements and other legal documents required by the business unit. Work with global business area and affiliate attorneys as necessary to assist clients in achieving business goals.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school, licensed to practice law in one or more of the 50 states. 5+ years' experience practicing law at a large to medium sized law firm or within a corporate law or contracting department; practice must include business transactions and contracting. Experience representing a company in a similar industry or that has a highly matrixed structure, or experience representing multiple businesses within Roche Diagnostics. Willingness and ability to deliver a consistent message in the face of pressure or adversity. A demonstrated ability to establish and maintain open, candid and trusting work relationships. Preferred: Can-do attitude and highly collaborative, dynamic individual willing to take stretch assignments and meaningfully contribute in cross-functional/cross-affiliate teams. A demonstrated ability to collaborate and work as a member of a team, and to establish and maintain trusting work relationships. Excellent drafting skills with keen attention to detail. Strong organizational and negotiation skills. Ability to multi-task and multi-deadline a large variety of projects effectively, on time and in a cost-efficient manner. Excellent verbal/written English language communication skills with the ability to interact effectively with executives and all levels with the organization. Litigation experience. Employment Law experience.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Counsel - Procurement/Real Estate/Construction

Indianapolis IN Counsel - Procurement/Real Estate/Construction Duties: Provides sophisticated, pragmatic, proactive legal advice to clients within Operations on all aspects of facilities, manufacturing and operations, with a heavy emphasis on drafting and negotiating both Direct and Indirect Procurement contracts as a U.S. govt. contractor, real estate agreements, construction agreements and safety, health and environmental (SHE) issues. Will support and report to the Head of HR/Labor and Employment and Operations and will be the primary attorney interfacing with the Operations business. Will create sophisticated and efficient process improvement initiatives for the Procurement and the Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) functions, will develop and conduct training, and will coordinate compliance activities for day-to-day work and counseling. Will also assist with HR/Labor and Employment matters, employee investigations and government agency charges/litigation. Provides a cross-business practice perspective or industry perspective to Law Department and business unit management based on prior experience. Contributes to Law Department policy and position-setting based on cross-functional expertise and exposure to multiple aspects of business. A seasoned professional with wide-ranging experience in the relevant areas (Procurement, Real Estate, Construction, Environmental, Employment, Litigation), business acumen, professionalism and sound judgment. Deals with diverse and often times complex and sensitive issues, where analysis may require discretion, collaboration and in-depth evaluation of many factors. Exercises judgment in evaluating methods and may determine criteria for obtaining solutions.. Networks with senior internal and external personnel in area of expertise as well as some key contacts outside area of expertise. Responsible for maintaining and continuously improving the quality system and achieving quality objectives through daily actions. Provide counseling on commercial and business law issues to all functional groups within or providing services to Roche Diagnostics Operations, including business unit management, Manufacturing, Facilities, Procurement, Security, IT, HR and Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE). Develop an in-depth working knowledge of the business unit s business models, priorities and risks and apply this knowledge in delivering legal advice. Provide counseling to HR on a variety of employment-related matters, including disability accommodations, leaves of absence, employment discrimination and harassment claims and charges, discipline and termination matters, reductions-in-force, wage and hour compliance, restrictive covenants, personnel policies and procedures. Balance risk and legal compliance requirements with the impact to the employee experience. Embody the Roche cultural beliefs and do what it takes to ensure that Roche is and continues to be a great place to work . Review and keep business unit management informed of legal developments. Work as a liaison between clients and subject matter expert attorneys to ensure effective mitigation of risk in specialized areas of law. Negotiate, draft and review Direct and Indirect Procurement Agreements and other legal documents required by the business unit. Work with global business area and affiliate attorneys as necessary to assist clients in achieving business goals.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school, licensed to practice law in one or more of the 50 states. 5+ years' experience practicing law at a large to medium sized law firm or within a corporate law or contracting department; practice must include business transactions and contracting. Experience representing a company in a similar industry or that has a highly matrixed structure, or experience representing multiple businesses within Roche Diagnostics. Willingness and ability to deliver a consistent message in the face of pressure or adversity. A demonstrated ability to establish and maintain open, candid and trusting work relationships. Preferred: Can-do attitude and highly collaborative, dynamic individual willing to take stretch assignments and meaningfully contribute in cross-functional/cross-affiliate teams. A demonstrated ability to collaborate and work as a member of a team, and to establish and maintain trusting work relationships. Excellent drafting skills with keen attention to detail. Strong organizational and negotiation skills. Ability to multi-task and multi-deadline a large variety of projects effectively, on time and in a cost-efficient manner. Excellent verbal/written English language communication skills with the ability to interact effectively with executives and all levels with the organization. Litigation experience. Employment Law experience.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Counsel, Real Estate Services

Atlanta GA Counsel, Real Estate Services The candidate will be responsible for assisting Associate General Counsel, Litigation and the General Counsel in the legal affairs of the company by working with outside counsel to defend claims against the company and identifying process improvements to avoid future legal disputes. Manage outside litigation counsel during the lifecycle of litigation matters, including providing strategic direction and partnering with leadership. Analyze and resolve claims and formulate litigation strategy. Coordinate discovery responses and supervise the preparation of pleadings, briefs, declarations and other legal documents to ensure consistency and factual accuracy. Assist with depositions and court proceedings, including witness preparation. Evaluate practices and processes and recommend changes where required. Monitor and report litigation activities and expenses. Qualifications required: Experience handling a wide range of litigation from small litigation matters to multimillion dollar cases. Juris Doctorate from a nationally recognized law school required. Will also have some experience handling employment disputes. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-18

Healthcare Real Estate Attorney

Addison TX Healthcare Real Estate Attorney The candidate should have a strong academic background, good interpersonal skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, a minimum of 3 years professional real estate legal experience, either as in-house counsel or in a private legal practice, and the ability to collaborate and interface in a complex, fast paced, high growth environment. Healthcare law experience is preferred. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-14

Real Estate Attorney

Denver CO Real Estate Attorney The candidate will be responsible for reviewing, negotiating and drafting real estate contracts and related agreements for the acquisition of raw land, partially developed land and finished platted lots, and land development, for the purpose of building single family homes, as well as conducting due diligence and closing the land acquisitions, including working with paralegals and title companies to prepare and review closing documents and title work. Due diligence may include legal analysis of title issues, bonding and development matters, community facilities districts, homeowner associations, and water availability, among other issues. Should have 8+ years as a practicing lawyer with an emphasis on real estate. Some homebuilding experience preferred. Education: J.D. or LLM from an accredited law school. Licensing: Admitted to practice in the State of Colorado, or another state with single client admission in Colorado. Attorneys license shall be active and in good standing. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-11

Real Estate Attorney

Denver CO Real Estate Attorney The candidate will review, negotiate and draft real estate contracts and related agreements for the acquisition of raw land, partially developed land and finished platted lots, and land development, for the purpose of building single family homes, as well as conducting due diligence and closing the land acquisitions, including working with paralegals and title companies to prepare and review closing documents and title work. Due diligence may include legal analysis of title issues, bonding and development matters, community facilities districts, homeowner associations, and water availability, among other issues. Interact with management in discussing and managing risks with respect to the purchase and development of real estate, and provide guidance to Richmond division personnel with respect to company land transaction policies and procedures and other risk management processes. Additionally, the position may provide assistance in the area of leasing. 8+ years as a practicing lawyer with an emphasis on real estate. Some homebuilding experience preferred. Must have J.D. or LLM from an accredited law school. Admitted to practice in the State of Colorado, or another state with single client admission in Colorado. Attorneys license shall be active and in good standing. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-09

Attorney, Real Estate

Palo Alto CA Real Estate Attorney The candidate will provide legal assistance on a wide variety of residential real estate matters. Assist clients with the preparation and review of real estate purchase contracts, disclosures, and supporting documents. Review and analyze preliminary title reports and title documents, including encumbrances and restrictions affecting real property. Negotiate, mediate, and advise clients with real estate matters. Research and understand real estate laws and regulations at the local, county, and state level. Conduct legal research, draft memos, and provide legal advice in connection with real estate, litigation and general business matters. Work on a wide variety of business related matters, including real estate, litigation, employment, contracts, ethics, intellectual property. Draft legal articles for internal and external use (e.g., newsletters, newspapers, websites). Other duties as assigned by General Counsel and Management.

The candidate should have a JD degree with 2+ years of law firm experience. Experience in residential real estate preferred. California real estate license a plus. Experience with drafting contracts and contract negotiation preferred. Admission to the California State Bar and distinguished academic credentials are essential. Ability to simplify complex and comprehensive information is a plus. Excellent verbal and written communication skills with established customer service skills are essential.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-07

Corporate Real Estate Attorney

Washington DC Corporate Real Estate Attorney The candidate will be responsible for: Provide legal advice and service by combining skill and knowledge in mortgage finance, real estate law and corporate law with sound business acumen and judgement of business goals and objectives of the company or assigned business units. Engage with assigned business units to meet goals. Pursue details and achieve closure on various matters. Provide excellent client service. Use business and legal judgment to balance an appropriate level of risk against the business needs in a particular situation. Operate within the framework of allowable corporate behavior and governance, and legal and regulatory compliance. Supervise and actively direct outside counsel. Work closely with business clients and outside counsel to ensure adherence to important corporate and regulatory policies. May plan, guide, and/or oversee the performance of in-house counsel, team members, and/or legal support staff. Draft templates and write, review or revise financing documents. May draft comment letters. May analyze legislation that impacts the company and assist the company in responding to inquiries from Congress and government agencies. Prepare and manage a due diligence budget. Coordinate with internal departments to ensure proper tracking and accounting of legal due diligence expenses.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate Degree. Should have 8+ years of related experience. Must have experience negotiating and closing complex commercial real estate finance transactions. Multifamily or affordable housing experience is highly desirable. Other commercial, leasing, finance or corporate transaction experience desirable. Should have experience providing coordination and oversight of outside counsel. Experience working independently in fast-paced environment required. Must have experience communicating with clients and building trusted advisor relationships. Should have experience working in a collaborative legal or business environment.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-07
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Attorney IN HOUSE, Litigation for local City Government ,State & Federal.
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Location : Jacksonville Florida United States

In-House Counsel with litigation experience This job is located in volusia county FL 32118 Job Description: Real Estate Asset Company is seeking a motivated mid-level attorney with at least three years of experience to join our legal team. W... + read more

mar 23, 2020


Attorney IN HOUSE, Litigation for local City Government ,State & Federal.
In-House,Confidential
Location : Volusia Florida United States

In-House Counsel with litigation experience This job is located in volusia county FL 32118 Job Description: Real Estate Asset Company is seeking a motivated mid-level attorney with at least three years of experience to join our legal team. W... + read more

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Corporate Counsel, Supercharger and Real Estate, Legal
Refer job# RKRT149024
 
Corporate Counsel, Supercharger & Real Estate, Legal The candidate will draft, revise and negotiate real estate leases for Supercharger stations as well as other commercial agreements to support the Supercharger program, including license agreements, construction contracts, equipment leases and product sales agreements. Manage, review and prepare ancillary real estate documents (amendments, SNDAs, estoppels, etc.). Work closely with business teams to assess and advise on legal and business risks and risk mitigation strategies. Manage legal and contractual compliance for Supercharger locations, including permits, licenses, approvals, insurance, inspection and other legal requirements (zoning variances, building codes, ADA). Manage and review reports and other due diligence materials related to potential title and environmental liabilities. Resolve disputes with landlords, contractors, tenants and/or subtenants.

The candidate should have J.D. with excellent academic credentials and top tier law firm experience. Admission to California bar or ability to register as in-house counsel is required. Must have 4-6 years of legal experience, including substantial experience in commercial real estate handling commercial leasing and related matters. Should have strong drafting and analytical skills. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills are required. Should have experience negotiating directly with opposing counsel. Must have ability to work independently as well as on teams with diverse personalities and skill levels. Proven track record of learning quickly, taking initiative, working proactively and being resourceful is required.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# HSCS149039
 
Associate General Counsel, Real Estate Duties: Review, draft and negotiate agreements such as leases, lease amendments, real estate purchase agreements and related agreements. Conduct due diligence for property acquisitions, including review of environmental reports, title matters, surveys, zoning, service agreements, etc. Provide legal and business advice and assistance on real estate and related corporate matters. Respond to questions on legal matters from other internal departments. Understand company operational requirements and translate those requirements into contract form. Manage outside counsel in complex real estate related matters and real estate related litigation.

Requirements: Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and a member in good standing of at least one state Bar. Significant real estate experience in a law firm and/or as an in-house attorney. Ability to work both independently and collaboratively to resolve time sensitive issues and respond to requests. Strong entrepreneurial spirit with ability to develop appropriate processes to manage growth. Ability to work in fast paced, high pressure and rapidly changing environments. Hands on approach and high level of attention to operational execution. High energy level and demonstrated ability to guide multiple objectives and initiatives simultaneously. Excellent communication skills with the proven ability to convey legal advice clearly and effectively. Excellent legal, business and practical judgment with strong problem solving skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively with employees at all levels.
 
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Counsel - Procurement/real Estate/construction
Refer job# ADVP149000
 
Counsel - Procurement/Real Estate/Construction Duties: Provides sophisticated, pragmatic, proactive legal advice to clients within Operations on all aspects of facilities, manufacturing and operations, with a heavy emphasis on drafting and negotiating both Direct and Indirect Procurement contracts as a U.S. govt. contractor, real estate agreements, construction agreements and safety, health and environmental (SHE) issues. Will support and report to the Head of HR/Labor and Employment and Operations and will be the primary attorney interfacing with the Operations business. Will create sophisticated and efficient process improvement initiatives for the Procurement and the Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) functions, will develop and conduct training, and will coordinate compliance activities for day-to-day work and counseling. Will also assist with HR/Labor and Employment matters, employee investigations and government agency charges/litigation. Provides a cross-business practice perspective or industry perspective to Law Department and business unit management based on prior experience. Contributes to Law Department policy and position-setting based on cross-functional expertise and exposure to multiple aspects of business. A seasoned professional with wide-ranging experience in the relevant areas (Procurement, Real Estate, Construction, Environmental, Employment, Litigation), business acumen, professionalism and sound judgment. Deals with diverse and often times complex and sensitive issues, where analysis may require discretion, collaboration and in-depth evaluation of many factors. Exercises judgment in evaluating methods and may determine criteria for obtaining solutions.. Networks with senior internal and external personnel in area of expertise as well as some key contacts outside area of expertise. Responsible for maintaining and continuously improving the quality system and achieving quality objectives through daily actions. Provide counseling on commercial and business law issues to all functional groups within or providing services to Roche Diagnostics Operations, including business unit management, Manufacturing, Facilities, Procurement, Security, IT, HR and Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE). Develop an in-depth working knowledge of the business unit s business models, priorities and risks and apply this knowledge in delivering legal advice. Provide counseling to HR on a variety of employment-related matters, including disability accommodations, leaves of absence, employment discrimination and harassment claims and charges, discipline and termination matters, reductions-in-force, wage and hour compliance, restrictive covenants, personnel policies and procedures. Balance risk and legal compliance requirements with the impact to the employee experience. Embody the Roche cultural beliefs and do what it takes to ensure that Roche is and continues to be a great place to work . Review and keep business unit management informed of legal developments. Work as a liaison between clients and subject matter expert attorneys to ensure effective mitigation of risk in specialized areas of law. Negotiate, draft and review Direct and Indirect Procurement Agreements and other legal documents required by the business unit. Work with global business area and affiliate attorneys as necessary to assist clients in achieving business goals.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school, licensed to practice law in one or more of the 50 states. 5+ years' experience practicing law at a large to medium sized law firm or within a corporate law or contracting department; practice must include business transactions and contracting. Experience representing a company in a similar industry or that has a highly matrixed structure, or experience representing multiple businesses within Roche Diagnostics. Willingness and ability to deliver a consistent message in the face of pressure or adversity. A demonstrated ability to establish and maintain open, candid and trusting work relationships. Preferred: Can-do attitude and highly collaborative, dynamic individual willing to take stretch assignments and meaningfully contribute in cross-functional/cross-affiliate teams. A demonstrated ability to collaborate and work as a member of a team, and to establish and maintain trusting work relationships. Excellent drafting skills with keen attention to detail. Strong organizational and negotiation skills. Ability to multi-task and multi-deadline a large variety of projects effectively, on time and in a cost-efficient manner. Excellent verbal/written English language communication skills with the ability to interact effectively with executives and all levels with the organization. Litigation experience. Employment Law experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Counsel - Procurement/Real Estate/Construction
Refer job# GXRO149001
 
Counsel - Procurement/Real Estate/Construction Duties: Provides sophisticated, pragmatic, proactive legal advice to clients within Operations on all aspects of facilities, manufacturing and operations, with a heavy emphasis on drafting and negotiating both Direct and Indirect Procurement contracts as a U.S. govt. contractor, real estate agreements, construction agreements and safety, health and environmental (SHE) issues. Will support and report to the Head of HR/Labor and Employment and Operations and will be the primary attorney interfacing with the Operations business. Will create sophisticated and efficient process improvement initiatives for the Procurement and the Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) functions, will develop and conduct training, and will coordinate compliance activities for day-to-day work and counseling. Will also assist with HR/Labor and Employment matters, employee investigations and government agency charges/litigation. Provides a cross-business practice perspective or industry perspective to Law Department and business unit management based on prior experience. Contributes to Law Department policy and position-setting based on cross-functional expertise and exposure to multiple aspects of business. A seasoned professional with wide-ranging experience in the relevant areas (Procurement, Real Estate, Construction, Environmental, Employment, Litigation), business acumen, professionalism and sound judgment. Deals with diverse and often times complex and sensitive issues, where analysis may require discretion, collaboration and in-depth evaluation of many factors. Exercises judgment in evaluating methods and may determine criteria for obtaining solutions.. Networks with senior internal and external personnel in area of expertise as well as some key contacts outside area of expertise. Responsible for maintaining and continuously improving the quality system and achieving quality objectives through daily actions. Provide counseling on commercial and business law issues to all functional groups within or providing services to Roche Diagnostics Operations, including business unit management, Manufacturing, Facilities, Procurement, Security, IT, HR and Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE). Develop an in-depth working knowledge of the business unit s business models, priorities and risks and apply this knowledge in delivering legal advice. Provide counseling to HR on a variety of employment-related matters, including disability accommodations, leaves of absence, employment discrimination and harassment claims and charges, discipline and termination matters, reductions-in-force, wage and hour compliance, restrictive covenants, personnel policies and procedures. Balance risk and legal compliance requirements with the impact to the employee experience. Embody the Roche cultural beliefs and do what it takes to ensure that Roche is and continues to be a great place to work . Review and keep business unit management informed of legal developments. Work as a liaison between clients and subject matter expert attorneys to ensure effective mitigation of risk in specialized areas of law. Negotiate, draft and review Direct and Indirect Procurement Agreements and other legal documents required by the business unit. Work with global business area and affiliate attorneys as necessary to assist clients in achieving business goals.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school, licensed to practice law in one or more of the 50 states. 5+ years' experience practicing law at a large to medium sized law firm or within a corporate law or contracting department; practice must include business transactions and contracting. Experience representing a company in a similar industry or that has a highly matrixed structure, or experience representing multiple businesses within Roche Diagnostics. Willingness and ability to deliver a consistent message in the face of pressure or adversity. A demonstrated ability to establish and maintain open, candid and trusting work relationships. Preferred: Can-do attitude and highly collaborative, dynamic individual willing to take stretch assignments and meaningfully contribute in cross-functional/cross-affiliate teams. A demonstrated ability to collaborate and work as a member of a team, and to establish and maintain trusting work relationships. Excellent drafting skills with keen attention to detail. Strong organizational and negotiation skills. Ability to multi-task and multi-deadline a large variety of projects effectively, on time and in a cost-efficient manner. Excellent verbal/written English language communication skills with the ability to interact effectively with executives and all levels with the organization. Litigation experience. Employment Law experience.
 
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Counsel, Real Estate Services
Refer job# TKLW148909
 
Counsel, Real Estate Services The candidate will be responsible for assisting Associate General Counsel, Litigation and the General Counsel in the legal affairs of the company by working with outside counsel to defend claims against the company and identifying process improvements to avoid future legal disputes. Manage outside litigation counsel during the lifecycle of litigation matters, including providing strategic direction and partnering with leadership. Analyze and resolve claims and formulate litigation strategy. Coordinate discovery responses and supervise the preparation of pleadings, briefs, declarations and other legal documents to ensure consistency and factual accuracy. Assist with depositions and court proceedings, including witness preparation. Evaluate practices and processes and recommend changes where required. Monitor and report litigation activities and expenses. Qualifications required: Experience handling a wide range of litigation from small litigation matters to multimillion dollar cases. Juris Doctorate from a nationally recognized law school required. Will also have some experience handling employment disputes.
 
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Healthcare Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# LREK148862
 
Healthcare Real Estate Attorney The candidate should have a strong academic background, good interpersonal skills, excellent oral and written communication skills, a minimum of 3 years professional real estate legal experience, either as in-house counsel or in a private legal practice, and the ability to collaborate and interface in a complex, fast paced, high growth environment. Healthcare law experience is preferred.
 
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Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# EKRM148824
 
Real Estate Attorney The candidate will be responsible for reviewing, negotiating and drafting real estate contracts and related agreements for the acquisition of raw land, partially developed land and finished platted lots, and land development, for the purpose of building single family homes, as well as conducting due diligence and closing the land acquisitions, including working with paralegals and title companies to prepare and review closing documents and title work. Due diligence may include legal analysis of title issues, bonding and development matters, community facilities districts, homeowner associations, and water availability, among other issues. Should have 8+ years as a practicing lawyer with an emphasis on real estate. Some homebuilding experience preferred. Education: J.D. or LLM from an accredited law school. Licensing: Admitted to practice in the State of Colorado, or another state with single client admission in Colorado. Attorneys license shall be active and in good standing.
 
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Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# SOQP148803
 
Real Estate Attorney The candidate will review, negotiate and draft real estate contracts and related agreements for the acquisition of raw land, partially developed land and finished platted lots, and land development, for the purpose of building single family homes, as well as conducting due diligence and closing the land acquisitions, including working with paralegals and title companies to prepare and review closing documents and title work. Due diligence may include legal analysis of title issues, bonding and development matters, community facilities districts, homeowner associations, and water availability, among other issues. Interact with management in discussing and managing risks with respect to the purchase and development of real estate, and provide guidance to Richmond division personnel with respect to company land transaction policies and procedures and other risk management processes. Additionally, the position may provide assistance in the area of leasing. 8+ years as a practicing lawyer with an emphasis on real estate. Some homebuilding experience preferred. Must have J.D. or LLM from an accredited law school. Admitted to practice in the State of Colorado, or another state with single client admission in Colorado. Attorneys license shall be active and in good standing.
 
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Attorney, Real Estate
Refer job# NZVU148786
 
Real Estate Attorney The candidate will provide legal assistance on a wide variety of residential real estate matters. Assist clients with the preparation and review of real estate purchase contracts, disclosures, and supporting documents. Review and analyze preliminary title reports and title documents, including encumbrances and restrictions affecting real property. Negotiate, mediate, and advise clients with real estate matters. Research and understand real estate laws and regulations at the local, county, and state level. Conduct legal research, draft memos, and provide legal advice in connection with real estate, litigation and general business matters. Work on a wide variety of business related matters, including real estate, litigation, employment, contracts, ethics, intellectual property. Draft legal articles for internal and external use (e.g., newsletters, newspapers, websites). Other duties as assigned by General Counsel and Management.

The candidate should have a JD degree with 2+ years of law firm experience. Experience in residential real estate preferred. California real estate license a plus. Experience with drafting contracts and contract negotiation preferred. Admission to the California State Bar and distinguished academic credentials are essential. Ability to simplify complex and comprehensive information is a plus. Excellent verbal and written communication skills with established customer service skills are essential.
 
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Corporate Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# URJK148789
 
Corporate Real Estate Attorney The candidate will be responsible for: Provide legal advice and service by combining skill and knowledge in mortgage finance, real estate law and corporate law with sound business acumen and judgement of business goals and objectives of the company or assigned business units. Engage with assigned business units to meet goals. Pursue details and achieve closure on various matters. Provide excellent client service. Use business and legal judgment to balance an appropriate level of risk against the business needs in a particular situation. Operate within the framework of allowable corporate behavior and governance, and legal and regulatory compliance. Supervise and actively direct outside counsel. Work closely with business clients and outside counsel to ensure adherence to important corporate and regulatory policies. May plan, guide, and/or oversee the performance of in-house counsel, team members, and/or legal support staff. Draft templates and write, review or revise financing documents. May draft comment letters. May analyze legislation that impacts the company and assist the company in responding to inquiries from Congress and government agencies. Prepare and manage a due diligence budget. Coordinate with internal departments to ensure proper tracking and accounting of legal due diligence expenses.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate Degree. Should have 8+ years of related experience. Must have experience negotiating and closing complex commercial real estate finance transactions. Multifamily or affordable housing experience is highly desirable. Other commercial, leasing, finance or corporate transaction experience desirable. Should have experience providing coordination and oversight of outside counsel. Experience working independently in fast-paced environment required. Must have experience communicating with clients and building trusted advisor relationships. Should have experience working in a collaborative legal or business environment.
 
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