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Managing Counsel - Real Estate

New York City NY Managing Counsel - Real Estate The candidate should have a Juris Doctor degree. Admitted to practice law in New York. Should have 10+ years of commercial real estate experience. Management skills are a plus. Working in the retail industry and ideally with a luxury brand is a plus. In-depth real estate experience. Strong negotiation and collaboration skills regarding real estate and other transactional contracts. Industry knowledge and foresight. The ability to work collaboratively with and influence senior executives at the company on a regular basis is required. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-27

Corporate Counsel Development, Real Estate & Entity Management

Orlando FL Corporate Counsel Development, Real Estate & Entity Management Duties: Negotiate and draft complex transaction documents, including purchase and sale agreements, development and construction related agreements, service agreements, infrastructure agreements, easement agreements, financing documentation, and various closing documents. Manage and coordinate all aspects of real estate acquisitions and dispositions, including due diligence, title and survey review, and closings. Advise business teams on matters related to land use, zoning and entitlements. Provide legal support and advice to the MVW Asset Management group. Provide legal advice and act as a strategic thought partner throughout various stages of real estate acquisitions and dispositions. Manage outside counsel and outside counsel legal budgets. Draft, negotiate, and review construction-related documentation, including general contractor agreements, project/construction management agreements, architect and consultant agreements. Provide day-to-day support and direction to the MVW Resort Development, Asset Management and Architectural & Construction groups. Draft, negotiate, and review finance-related agreements and documentation, such as commitment letters, loan documentation, guarantees, ancillary agreements, and related agreements. Provide legal support in the area of entity management for domestic and foreign entities.

Qualifications: Excellent academic record with a law degree from a top law school. Admission to the Bar of any state and Active Bar membership. Should have 8 years of experience in a well-regarded law firm or comparable corporate environment. Substantive experience in complex real estate transactions; and Substantive experience with condominium and other participatory interest structures. Broad base of legal knowledge. Excellent drafting and negotiating skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills. PC and other relevant technology competencies (e.g., Microsoft applications). Ability to think strategically and creatively and provide leadership in business environment. Ability to work independently, take ownership of, and effectively resolve problems. Ability to expeditiously identify and assess issues, evaluate risk, and provide legally sound recommendations consistent with good business practices and reason.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-23

Real Estate Attorney

Camden NJ Real Estate Attorney The candidate will advise on and structure various real estate transactions and draft, review and negotiate various types of agreements in connection with such transactions, including Leases and other related documents for warehouses and distribution centers, maintenance facilities and parking lots from both the landlord side and the tenant side, Amendments to leases, including term extensions, Estoppel certificates, non-disturbance agreements and collateral access agreements with lenders and property owners, Subleases and assignments of leases, License agreements, easements and right of entry agreements, Purchase and sale agreements for the acquisition and disposition of properties, Development and construction agreements in connection with the construction of new facilities or tenant improvements, Loan agreements and related documents in connection with the financing of acquisitions or construction projects. Provide legal counsel and guidance to the Real Estate team regarding leasing proposals, commission agreements and landlord-tenant issues, as well as the interpretation of lease and other contractual provisions. Maintain status reports of active and executed contracts and ensure appropriate approvals are obtained prior to the execution of contracts. Confer with executives regarding real estate initiatives to assess legal risks and plan actions to control or minimize such risks. Work with Real Estate department in handling real estate-related disputes. Manage and prioritize projects as they arise working alongside the Real Estate team. Build and maintain productive working relationships with internal clients; establish credibility and influence where appropriate.

The candidate should have a J.D. from an accredited law school and 3-8 years of legal experience in real estate, preferably including large law firm experience. Experience drafting, reviewing and negotiating leases (from both the landlord and tenant perspective), purchase and sale agreements, development and construction agreements, and loan and loan-related documents. Preference for experience in the warehousing and/or industrial real estate sectors. Ability to quickly understand new, novel or unexpected legal issues or circumstances relating to real estate matters. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Superior analytical and negotiation skills. Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously while meeting tight schedules.
Legal 3 - 8 Full-time 2022-06-23

Real Estate Attorney

Miami FL Real Estate Attorney Responsibilities: Draft and review contracts, probate and trust documents, leases, financing statements, purchase and property management agreements, as well as title abstracts, summaries, and commitments, as required. Conduct detailed due diligence, and inspect title examination, closing binder, and legal documents for legal risk, completion, and accuracy. Settle terms and conditions for real estate transactions, and facilitate the transfer of title between real estate agents, borrowers, and title companies.

Qualifications: J.D. (Juris Doctorate) degree required from an accredited law school is required. Should have 2 years of experience as a residential and commercial real estate attorney, or transactional attorney. 3 years of experience as corporate counsel for a real estate development firm, as a transactional attorney, or residential or commercial real estate attorney. Experienced lawyers to pass the Florida Bar in a six months period. Familiarity with everything associated with Real Estate. Excellent communicative skills. Bilingual ( English / Spanish)is important. Relevant knowledge of property management, land use, title insurance, business law, and residential and commercial real estate law, including litigation. Superb negotiation, networking, research, and communication skills are needed. Proficiency with computers.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-23

Vice President/real Estate Counsel

Orlando FL Vice President/Real Estate Counsel The candidate will perform all legal work necessary for the acquisition of land for development, including letter of intent and contract negotiation, transfer document negotiation and critical date monitoring. Perform all legal work necessary for the acquisition or disposition of single site retail properties or smaller portfolios of such properties. Perform all typical real estate due diligence on all acquisitions, and drive the due diligence process by interacting with and giving direction to the company underwriting team, and meet or exceed all due diligence deadlines. Prepares letters of intent, contracts, closing documents, confidentiality agreements, snda s, landlord lien waivers, and estoppels certificates and other legal documents. Keep General Counsel informed of the status of all negotiations and the status of all acquisitions and dispositions, and proactively monitor and assess both the deal person and General Counsel of risks involved in transactions. Assist deal person in structuring, negotiating and successfully closing on development land transactions, in successfully disposing of completed projects, and in successfully disposing of existing core REIT properties. Proactively drive deals and oversee deals to completion. Handle 1031 exchanges and reverse exchanges for the company, with guidance from the accounting department and General Counsel. Handel the preparation, and modification of intra-company loan documentation, and coordinate the proper execution and deliver of the same. Have mastery of the corporate structure of the company, including the nature and limitations of the taxable REIT subsidiary, and the nature and limitation of the core REIT entity. Obtain mastery of the legal team's form documents and use of the form documents. Create and keep updated checklists for all transactions. Interact and manage internal relationships with the accounting department on any property transfer to coordinate entities involved, and fund to be wired. Basic negotiation skills required. Basic understanding of underlying REIT laws required. Basic understanding of laws and regulations governing 1031 exchanges required. Organization, prioritization and time usage required. Verbal/written communication skills required. Ability to manage stress required. Decision making ability required. Problem solving / analytical skills required. J.D. and licensed in the State of Florida or willing to become licensed in the state of Florida required. Bachelor's Degree from a four-year college or university required. Doctor of Law (J.D.) from an accredited law school required. 3 years commercial real estate experience, with an emphasis on commercial property acquisition and disposition required. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-23

Associate Corporate Counsel - Wireless Real Estate

Littleton CO Associate Corporate Counsel - Wireless Real Estate Duties: 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 the business team to accomplish goals and strategic objectives. Assisting with other responsibilities as needed.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university. J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school. Admitted to practice law in at least one state. 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.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-21

Data Privacy Counsel - Corporate Functions & Real Estate Investments

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

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

Real Estate Counsel

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

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

Senior Counsel - Real Estate And Commercial

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

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

Senior Counsel - Commercial Real Estate

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

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

Eagle Rock Resort is a private gated golf community located in Hazle Township, PA.  We are currently seekking a qualified Attorney to join our Team.  This position reports to the Senior Vice President/General Counsel of Double Diamond Companies locat... + read more

jun 20, 2022


Analyst, Contract Counsel
In-House,RSA Security Inc.
Location : Chicago, IL, United States

Analyst, Contract Counsel Duties: The candidate will be responsible for a wide variety of commercial agreements and strategic legal matters with some of the company?s largest global commercial customers and partners. Contract drafting, negotiation, ... + read more

jun 29, 2022


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Managing Counsel - Real Estate
Refer job# IULZ168956
 
Managing Counsel - Real Estate The candidate should have a Juris Doctor degree. Admitted to practice law in New York. Should have 10+ years of commercial real estate experience. Management skills are a plus. Working in the retail industry and ideally with a luxury brand is a plus. In-depth real estate experience. Strong negotiation and collaboration skills regarding real estate and other transactional contracts. Industry knowledge and foresight. The ability to work collaboratively with and influence senior executives at the company on a regular basis is required.
 
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Corporate Counsel Development, Real Estate & Entity Management
Refer job# RLYI168822
 
Corporate Counsel Development, Real Estate & Entity Management Duties: Negotiate and draft complex transaction documents, including purchase and sale agreements, development and construction related agreements, service agreements, infrastructure agreements, easement agreements, financing documentation, and various closing documents. Manage and coordinate all aspects of real estate acquisitions and dispositions, including due diligence, title and survey review, and closings. Advise business teams on matters related to land use, zoning and entitlements. Provide legal support and advice to the MVW Asset Management group. Provide legal advice and act as a strategic thought partner throughout various stages of real estate acquisitions and dispositions. Manage outside counsel and outside counsel legal budgets. Draft, negotiate, and review construction-related documentation, including general contractor agreements, project/construction management agreements, architect and consultant agreements. Provide day-to-day support and direction to the MVW Resort Development, Asset Management and Architectural & Construction groups. Draft, negotiate, and review finance-related agreements and documentation, such as commitment letters, loan documentation, guarantees, ancillary agreements, and related agreements. Provide legal support in the area of entity management for domestic and foreign entities.

Qualifications: Excellent academic record with a law degree from a top law school. Admission to the Bar of any state and Active Bar membership. Should have 8 years of experience in a well-regarded law firm or comparable corporate environment. Substantive experience in complex real estate transactions; and Substantive experience with condominium and other participatory interest structures. Broad base of legal knowledge. Excellent drafting and negotiating skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills. PC and other relevant technology competencies (e.g., Microsoft applications). Ability to think strategically and creatively and provide leadership in business environment. Ability to work independently, take ownership of, and effectively resolve problems. Ability to expeditiously identify and assess issues, evaluate risk, and provide legally sound recommendations consistent with good business practices and reason.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# TOYR168824
 
Real Estate Attorney The candidate will advise on and structure various real estate transactions and draft, review and negotiate various types of agreements in connection with such transactions, including Leases and other related documents for warehouses and distribution centers, maintenance facilities and parking lots from both the landlord side and the tenant side, Amendments to leases, including term extensions, Estoppel certificates, non-disturbance agreements and collateral access agreements with lenders and property owners, Subleases and assignments of leases, License agreements, easements and right of entry agreements, Purchase and sale agreements for the acquisition and disposition of properties, Development and construction agreements in connection with the construction of new facilities or tenant improvements, Loan agreements and related documents in connection with the financing of acquisitions or construction projects. Provide legal counsel and guidance to the Real Estate team regarding leasing proposals, commission agreements and landlord-tenant issues, as well as the interpretation of lease and other contractual provisions. Maintain status reports of active and executed contracts and ensure appropriate approvals are obtained prior to the execution of contracts. Confer with executives regarding real estate initiatives to assess legal risks and plan actions to control or minimize such risks. Work with Real Estate department in handling real estate-related disputes. Manage and prioritize projects as they arise working alongside the Real Estate team. Build and maintain productive working relationships with internal clients; establish credibility and influence where appropriate.

The candidate should have a J.D. from an accredited law school and 3-8 years of legal experience in real estate, preferably including large law firm experience. Experience drafting, reviewing and negotiating leases (from both the landlord and tenant perspective), purchase and sale agreements, development and construction agreements, and loan and loan-related documents. Preference for experience in the warehousing and/or industrial real estate sectors. Ability to quickly understand new, novel or unexpected legal issues or circumstances relating to real estate matters. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Superior analytical and negotiation skills. Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously while meeting tight schedules.
 
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Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# QMOH168829
 
Real Estate Attorney Responsibilities: Draft and review contracts, probate and trust documents, leases, financing statements, purchase and property management agreements, as well as title abstracts, summaries, and commitments, as required. Conduct detailed due diligence, and inspect title examination, closing binder, and legal documents for legal risk, completion, and accuracy. Settle terms and conditions for real estate transactions, and facilitate the transfer of title between real estate agents, borrowers, and title companies.

Qualifications: J.D. (Juris Doctorate) degree required from an accredited law school is required. Should have 2 years of experience as a residential and commercial real estate attorney, or transactional attorney. 3 years of experience as corporate counsel for a real estate development firm, as a transactional attorney, or residential or commercial real estate attorney. Experienced lawyers to pass the Florida Bar in a six months period. Familiarity with everything associated with Real Estate. Excellent communicative skills. Bilingual ( English / Spanish)is important. Relevant knowledge of property management, land use, title insurance, business law, and residential and commercial real estate law, including litigation. Superb negotiation, networking, research, and communication skills are needed. Proficiency with computers.
 
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Vice President/real Estate Counsel
Refer job# DJQM168861
 
Vice President/Real Estate Counsel The candidate will perform all legal work necessary for the acquisition of land for development, including letter of intent and contract negotiation, transfer document negotiation and critical date monitoring. Perform all legal work necessary for the acquisition or disposition of single site retail properties or smaller portfolios of such properties. Perform all typical real estate due diligence on all acquisitions, and drive the due diligence process by interacting with and giving direction to the company underwriting team, and meet or exceed all due diligence deadlines. Prepares letters of intent, contracts, closing documents, confidentiality agreements, snda s, landlord lien waivers, and estoppels certificates and other legal documents. Keep General Counsel informed of the status of all negotiations and the status of all acquisitions and dispositions, and proactively monitor and assess both the deal person and General Counsel of risks involved in transactions. Assist deal person in structuring, negotiating and successfully closing on development land transactions, in successfully disposing of completed projects, and in successfully disposing of existing core REIT properties. Proactively drive deals and oversee deals to completion. Handle 1031 exchanges and reverse exchanges for the company, with guidance from the accounting department and General Counsel. Handel the preparation, and modification of intra-company loan documentation, and coordinate the proper execution and deliver of the same. Have mastery of the corporate structure of the company, including the nature and limitations of the taxable REIT subsidiary, and the nature and limitation of the core REIT entity. Obtain mastery of the legal team's form documents and use of the form documents. Create and keep updated checklists for all transactions. Interact and manage internal relationships with the accounting department on any property transfer to coordinate entities involved, and fund to be wired. Basic negotiation skills required. Basic understanding of underlying REIT laws required. Basic understanding of laws and regulations governing 1031 exchanges required. Organization, prioritization and time usage required. Verbal/written communication skills required. Ability to manage stress required. Decision making ability required. Problem solving / analytical skills required. J.D. and licensed in the State of Florida or willing to become licensed in the state of Florida required. Bachelor's Degree from a four-year college or university required. Doctor of Law (J.D.) from an accredited law school required. 3 years commercial real estate experience, with an emphasis on commercial property acquisition and disposition required.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel - Wireless Real Estate
Refer job# IZJK168788
 
Associate Corporate Counsel - Wireless Real Estate Duties: 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 the business team to accomplish goals and strategic objectives. Assisting with other responsibilities as needed.

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

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

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

Qualifications: JD (Juris Doctor) Graduation from an accredited law school. Top academic credentials are strongly desired. Licensed and admitted to practice law in a US jurisdiction. California admitted candidates are strongly preferred but exceptional candidates admitted elsewhere in the US will be considered. Should have 8 years of relevant experience, including five or more years of hands-on experience in real estate law. Experience at a well-established top-tier law firm and/or in-house counsel in a commercial or real estate-focused legal department. Desired Qualifications: Experience and understanding of the energy and regulated utility environment is strongly desired. Experience with contract analysis, drafting and negotiating for a wide range of real estate and commercial contracts. Experience in resolving real estate disputes and condemnation proceedings. Understanding of and experience in zoning and land use law. Knowledge in commercial law, with the ability to apply this knowledge accurately to various legal situations affecting client groups.
 
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Senior Counsel - Commercial Real Estate
Refer job# JILR168567
 
Senior Counsel - Commercial Real Estate Duties: Draft, review and negotiate complex regional and global outsourcing agreements with regards to real estate, facility management, transaction management, project management, lease administration, property management and consulting (e.g., master service agreements, local country agreements, vendor/subcontractor agreements, license agreements, employee transfer agreements etc.). Advise and counsel internal business clients with respect to the legal policies and the legal implications of proposed transactions; maintain open communication and good working relationships with both internal business clients and clients of the Company. Manage pre-litigation strategy and dispute resolution process regarding contract performance issues. Oversee litigation matters for the Owner & Occupier Services businesses in North America, in coordination with outside counsel and the Assistant General Counsel - Owner & Occupier Services. Collaborate with Counsel and internal business clients to share best practices, implement risk management strategies, craft negotiation strategy, and follow corporate directives, policies and procedures. Assist AGC - OOS to develop training for internal clients and the North America Legal Group. Research, analyze and keep current on legal issues and laws, legislation, regulations, and court decisions affecting the real estate industry and real estate service providers. Collaborate with legal counsel on procurement activities and with the North America Compliance Director on compliance matters.

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