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Real Estate Attorney

Virginia Beach VA Real Estate Attorney Responsibilities: Meet with the Firm s clients, deliver a professional and fun experience to the clients, address any lingering client concerns, and educate clients on other services and products offered by the Firm. Oversee a cross-functional team of mortgage and closing professionals to ensure that the Team is staying in compliance with internal operational timeline requirements and meeting or exceeding minimum client satisfaction targets. Help grow the Firm s business. Be embedded in the Firm s mortgage and closing operations and be responsible for advising operational team members on legal and title requirements imposed by state law and the secondary mortgage market. Be the key quality control manager for the Firm s clients. Prepare transactions for closing and advising the business. Provide legal support and quality assurance to the Firm s title, loan production, closing, and realty teams. Become a subject matter expert on state law governing the operations team for which the Attorney provides oversight. Improve and streamline the Firm s existing processes, forms, and systems so that the Company operates in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Qualifications: Law License and J.D. from an Accredited Law School, along with a Bachelor's Degree. Some experience in the private practice of law is preferred. Willingness to learn local real estate and mortgage markets. Proven professionalism, ethics, and character. Proven client service and relationship-building skills. Confidence and genuine enthusiasm for helping clients achieve goals in the area of real estate and home finance. Strong analytical skills. Desire to use the legal background to run a business. Ability to explain numerical concepts.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-24

Associate Senior Counsel, Real Estate, Business & International

Baltimore MD Associate Senior Counsel, Real Estate, Business & International Duties: Negotiate, draft and review a wide variety of real estate, construction and facilities agreements including real estate leases, easements, deeds, real estate purchase and sale agreements, rights of way, letters of intent, architectural agreements, construction agreements, facility services agreements, facilities consulting agreements and other similar real estate, construction and facilities agreements. Occasional review of joint venture agreements, management and name licensing agreements, bond documents and other financing instruments. Assist on international compliance and due diligence reviews. Coordinate domestic due diligence activities in connection with real estate and other types of mergers, acquisitions and affiliations.

Qualifications: A JD Degree from an accredited law school. Continuing legal education involving legal seminars, review and study of legal periodicals and review of judicial decisions and legislative enactments and pronouncements. Member in good standing of the Maryland Bar. 5+ years of experience at the Bar, 8 years preferable. In-depth knowledge in the areas of real estate, construction, facilities, commercial law, corporate organization and governance. Familiarity with health care law as it relates to real estate. Requires a professional level of knowledge of legal practices and procedures. In-depth knowledge of federal, state, and local statutes and regulations which affect the assigned practice group for a health care provider; understanding of confidentiality laws also is preferred. Highly developed analytical legal skills and drafting skills. Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing in an effective and appropriate manner in a variety of situations, demonstrated interpersonal skills, and ability to effectively advise and interact with internal clients at all levels of the organization. Ability to manage effectively a very high volume of work. Ability to give clear direction and oversight to support staff. Ability to draft documentation of substantial complexity. Ability and willingness to learn new areas of the law.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-22

Commercial Real Estate Attorney

Duluth GA Commercial Real Estate Attorney The candidate will communicate/coordinate directly with the principles and attorneys of customers, which are almost exclusively large, institutional property owners, investors and lenders. Draft and review various real estate conveyance, security, release and ancillary documents for multi-state transactions. Review, and provide comments to, seller and borrower authority and governance documents. Review and comment on complex escrow and closing instructions for multi-state closings. Assist in the review and assembly of legal descriptions for deeds, mortgages and ancillary documents. Work with underwriters to determine appropriate title insurance endorsements and exceptions for various types of real estate transactions. Work with underwriters in the pricing of title insurance, including endorsements, and obtaining over the limit insured amount authorizations. Assist in reviewing closing statements. Perform numerous related tasks.

the candidate should have a J.D. degree. Admission to the State Bar of Georgia or another state is required. Should have 2+ years of experience as a commercial real estate attorney at a law firm. Multi-state experience is preferred. Should be detail-oriented and professional. Must have exceptional verbal and written communication skills, as well as excellent organizational skills. Must have excellent problem-solving skills and analytical abilities. Must be a self-starter with the ability to work independently.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-20

Manager, Associate Counsel, Real Estate

Miami FL Manager, Associate Counsel, Real Estate Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of commercial contracts, including with respect to cruise port development, cruise port operations, construction projects, and facilities operations. Draft and review transactional real estate documents, including, among others, letters of intent, memorandum of understanding, heads of agreement, development agreements, purchase and sale agreements, leases, and confidentiality agreements. Provide strategic legal advice to a number of internal departments and assist with administration of contracts in accordance with Company policies and legal requirements. Participates in the development, structuring, and implementation of business transactions and associated contracts. Approaches legal issues in support of strategic business initiatives and objectives. Develops, creates, improves and drafts standard form contracts. Research, review, and interpret the requirements of governmental agencies, laws, statutes, rules, regulations, and court decisions. Work closely with and provide counsel to business leaders and other cross-functional teams. Identify and evaluate risks and propose solutions to mitigate risks. Perform other duties as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited U.S. law school, with strong academic credentials. License to practice law required; Florida Bar preferred. 2-4 years of real estate/transactional experience; medium/large law firm and/or in-house experience is preferred. Strong analytical and reasoning skills, excellent judgment, and the ability to make decisions and assess acceptable levels of business risk Excellent drafting ability; must draft contracts, reports, and business correspondence. Must be able to work independently and efficiently under time pressures and deadlines in a fast-paced environment with attention to detail Must work with a sense of professional pride, possess a strong work ethic, be proactive, enthusiastic, and flexible, and have business and personal integrity. Ability to effectively communicate with senior management, including the ability to simplify technical and legal jargon; effective public speaking ability. Must be highly organized, detailed oriented, responsive, and dependable. Ability to handle multiple urgent and important matters while maintaining professional but cordial relations with internal clients. Working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and online research tools.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2021-09-18

Real Estate Counsel

Houston TX Real Estate Counsel Duties: Negotiating and reviewing tenant leases, assignments, and amendments; Working with members of the leasing, property management, and accounting teams in connection with real property issues (including periodic training of business people on real estate legal concepts/terms and regular review and updating of legal form documents); Preparing and responding to tenant correspondence and managing tenant default actions; Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating purchase/sale contracts and closing documents for the purchase and sale of commercial real estate (including transaction financing); Performing and reviewing due diligence on real property acquisitions and dispositions; Providing litigation support on matters and disputes involving company real estate; Monitoring deal flow and balancing priorities to make sure projects are handled on time and according to Company policies.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school; Membership in good standing with the Texas Bar; 4 years of legal experience that includes practice at a law firm and/or in-house; Thorough knowledge of commercial real estate law, particularly from the landlord side; Experience directly negotiating retail leases, lease amendments and related documents; Experience directly negotiating contracts for purchase and sale of commercial real estate; Familiarity with and experience performing due diligence review and transaction closings in connection with real estate acquisitions and dispositions; Successful candidate needs to be an adept advisor and able to work within a team.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16

Real Estate Finance Attorney

New York City NY Real Estate Finance Attorney The candidate will advise internal clients on the structuring of complex real estate transactions. Draft / Review transaction documents. Manage/close transactions. Perform negotiations with external clients/counsel. Oversee outside counsel representing Greystone in property acquisitions, joint ventures, loan closings, and other mortgage lending and servicing transactions. Miscellaneous other contract review and transaction support for diverse Greystone matters. Should have a Law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 4+ years of experience in sophisticated transactions including lending, acquisitions, joint ventures, sales and finance. Should possess excellent oral and written communication skills along with solid law firm experience. Experience in healthcare real estate transactions is a plus. Should be energetic, highly motivated and interested in working in a collegial team-oriented environment. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16

Corporate Counsel, Real Estate

Tampa FL Corporate Counsel, Real Estate Duties: Prepare, negotiate, review and revise all necessary legal documents required in facilitating and consummating all real estate transactions for the corporate development and asset management departments. Furnish timely input and advice on real estate legal issues. Collaborate with development and asset management teams and other in-house counsel in consummating real estate transactions and in resolving disputes and litigation relating to real estate issues. Ongoing safeguarding of real estate assets. Proactively cultivate and maintain a client network throughout the corporate staff and within legal function. Contribute to achieving both corporate and business sector strategic goals as proactive member of corporate staff.

Qualifications: JD Degree required. Florida Bar Admission or eligibility for Florida Authorized House Counsel, required. 7+ years relevant legal experience, including experience in drafting negotiating, reviewing and revising land conveyance documents, including leases, subleases, sale-leasebacks, easements, guaranties, deeds, purchase agreements, lease renewals, extensions, terminations, rent restructuring, disposition of under-performing and excess properties, subordination, non-disturbance and attornment agreements and amendments; reviewing and resolving title and survey issues; drafting covenants, conditions & restrictions, deed restrictions and restrictive covenants; managing and resolving environmental issues, condemnations and ADA related matters and other real estate related work which includes litigation and litigation management. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential. High attention to detail required. Demonstrate evidence of timely and successful completion of assigned tasks. Ability to solve complex legal issues and apply broad principles. A creative thinker who can resolve disputes and be able to determine best and highest use of properties so as to minimize risk to the company and/or create a financial benefit. Maintain a high level of confidentiality. Intermediate skills with Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Outlook and Adobe Acrobat, required.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-13

Real Estate Counsel

Philadelphia PA Real Estate Counsel The candidate will draft and negotiate leases, lease amendments, and other lease-related documents. Assist with the transaction and other real estates matters, such as acquisitions, dispositions, mortgage financings and construction agreements. Provide counsel to leasing agents on lease proposals and commission agreements. Advise business teams regarding leasing matters and other real estate issues. Draft and negotiate various license agreements, easements, and rights of entry. Research legal issues related to real estate and property management. Manage real estate disputes, partnering with outside counsel as appropriate.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with excellent academic credentials and top-tier law firm experience preferred. Should have 3+ years of legal experience. Should have excellent drafting and analytical skills, strong oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, ability to manage multiple tasks and responsibilities, ability to work independently, proven track record of learning quickly, taking initiative, working proactively, being resourceful and taking on additional responsibility. Should have State Bar Admission in any of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, District of Columbia, Virginia, Maryland, or Texas.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-13

Legal Counsel (real Estate)

Houston TX Legal Counsel (Real Estate) Duties: Counsels on real estate matters with respect to proposed commercial strategies across multiple lines of businesses, including acquisitions, development, divestments and a variety of innovative projects. Advises on legal and contractual rights and obligations under contractual arrangements. Negotiates and drafts complex contracts a broad range of real estate and ancillary agreements in a manner consistent with professional standards, legal obligations, the Shell General Business Principles and the Shell Control Framework. Provides legal guidance and support on the day to day maintenance, development, negotiation and/or resolution of disputes arising from Shell US businesses. Provides legal advice and guidance with respect to complex commercial title curative matters and property issues, including support for land acquisitions, leases, subleases and conveyances. Handles a range of reputational and compliance risks and/or financial/commercial implications, and concerns and red flags in real estate transactions. Leads contractor workforce, external counsel and offshore legal support, ensuring optimal use of such resources to ensure provision of professional, timely, cost effective and commercially aligned legal advice and support.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited US law school is required; strong academic background. 6+ years of experience as a Licensed Attorney in good standing in Texas or another state in the United States (or can become immediately eligible to be admitted to the State Bar of Texas). Teamwork mindset where the success of the team and delivering the commercial outcomes is the foremost priority. Extensive commercial real estate experience on all aspects of a transaction from conception to completion. Ability to engage and collaborate with other Shell lawyers and business partners globally, provides fit for purpose real estate legal advice to the business, including in relation to commercial and political matters, and act as a sounding board for key decisions and policy matters. Ability to collaborate with and advise senior stakeholders across multiple business and organizational lines and engage with senior business counterparts about critical risk issues and real estate matters, identifying solutions that help teams deliver on promised Shell projects. Ability to identify critical legal, commercial and contractual risks across the organization that are impacted by project delivery, in combination with the ability to prioritize time spent on matters by adopting and driving a commercial mindset and risk-based approach. Ability to employ big-picture analysis and horizon scanning across a variety of project types, identifying potential challenges, developing mitigation strategies, and extracting insights to create opportunities for continuous improvement as well as help colleagues learn from experience. Ability to work in a dynamic legal environment with clients who need to quickly respond to business and commercial demands. Ability to adapt, learn new legal areas, and adjust to new and different ways of working with the confidence to make decisions in ambiguous circumstances without significant management oversight. Clear commitment to the highest standards of ethical and compliant behavior as well as inclusive leadership, modeling behaviors that supports a commitment to Ethics and Compliance and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and demonstrating an ability to work inclusively with both internal and external stakeholders with diverse external backgrounds. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to develop and sustain trusting relationships. Demonstrable track record as someone who can coordinate with a variety of stakeholders in order to deliver the business objective. Proven ability to act as a legal project lead and team player on complex transactions with the ability to work a number of issues in parallel. Strong drafting, negotiating and communication skills. Exhibits resilience under pressure. Ability to manage a team on larger projects. Able to give clear exposition of a legal issue and to provide succinct, accurate and comprehensive legal advice that non-legal professionals can understand.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-13

Counsel, Real Estate

Los Angeles CA Counsel, Real Estate Candidate will be drafting and negotiating contracts and agreements relating to the ownership, management, leasing and operation of the Company's real estate holdings. Will support other in-house attorneys with respect to construction and development matters, litigation/dispute resolution matters, and acquisitions and dispositions of real estate, and will require interaction with other intracompany groups (including Asset Management, Accounting and Tax), outside counsel and third-party vendors. Will have law firm and/or in-house real estate-related legal experience (preferably with some prior experience in commercial leasing) and is looking to be involved in, and exposed to, a wide variety of legal matters at the Company. The candidate will have law firm and/or in-house real estate-related legal experience (preferably with some prior experience in commercial leasing) and is looking to be involved in, and exposed to, a wide variety of legal matters at the Company. Review, draft and negotiate wide range of commercial contracts and agreements relating to the ownership, management, leasing and operation of the Company's office and mixed-use real estate assets. Serve as in-house legal support for Asset Management team on property management and operations issues and processes. Work with other in-house attorneys on a variety of legal matters including (i) negotiating construction agreements and reviewing applications for the development/construction teams, (ii) drafting environmental task orders and coordinating with outside counsel on various environmental matters, (ii) assisting on litigation and dispute resolutions matters and (iii) assisting on acquisitions and dispositions, as needed. Assist with developing and implementing various company initiatives as necessary. Assist with special projects and other matters as necessary. Review, draft and negotiate wide range of commercial contracts and agreements relating to the ownership, management, leasing and operation of the Company's office and mixed-use real estate assets. Serve as in-house legal support for Asset Management team on property management and operations issues and processes. Work with other in-house attorneys on a variety of legal matters including (i) negotiating construction agreements and reviewing applications for the development/construction teams, (ii) drafting environmental task orders and coordinating with outside counsel on various environmental matters, (ii) assisting on litigation and dispute resolutions matters and (iii) assisting on acquisitions and dispositions, as needed. Assist with developing and implementing various company initiatives as necessary. Assist with special projects and other matters as necessary.

Requirements: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Current member in good standing with the California Bar. 1-3 years experience working on real estate matters at a leading law firm or as part of an in-house legal team at a real estate company. Experience representing or working for institutional landlords and/or public real estate investment trusts is a plus. Some contract drafting and negotiation experience is necessary for this position. Attention to detail and organizational skills are key, as well as the ability to manage and prioritize a high volume of requests and competing matters at any given time. Effective verbal and written communication skills, including the ability think on the fly  and provide quick, sound legal advice in evolving situations. Team player with a history of working closely with paralegals and/or legal assistants in a collaborative environment. High level of professionalism, discretion, and business judgment. Motivated, self-starter who takes pride in their work product and is willing to own  the work assigned to them.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2021-09-13
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Corporate Counsel, Transactional
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Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# QOXF162240
 
Real Estate Attorney Responsibilities: Meet with the Firm s clients, deliver a professional and fun experience to the clients, address any lingering client concerns, and educate clients on other services and products offered by the Firm. Oversee a cross-functional team of mortgage and closing professionals to ensure that the Team is staying in compliance with internal operational timeline requirements and meeting or exceeding minimum client satisfaction targets. Help grow the Firm s business. Be embedded in the Firm s mortgage and closing operations and be responsible for advising operational team members on legal and title requirements imposed by state law and the secondary mortgage market. Be the key quality control manager for the Firm s clients. Prepare transactions for closing and advising the business. Provide legal support and quality assurance to the Firm s title, loan production, closing, and realty teams. Become a subject matter expert on state law governing the operations team for which the Attorney provides oversight. Improve and streamline the Firm s existing processes, forms, and systems so that the Company operates in an efficient and cost-effective manner.

Qualifications: Law License and J.D. from an Accredited Law School, along with a Bachelor's Degree. Some experience in the private practice of law is preferred. Willingness to learn local real estate and mortgage markets. Proven professionalism, ethics, and character. Proven client service and relationship-building skills. Confidence and genuine enthusiasm for helping clients achieve goals in the area of real estate and home finance. Strong analytical skills. Desire to use the legal background to run a business. Ability to explain numerical concepts.
 
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Associate Senior Counsel, Real Estate, Business & International
Refer job# LANH162086
 
Associate Senior Counsel, Real Estate, Business & International Duties: Negotiate, draft and review a wide variety of real estate, construction and facilities agreements including real estate leases, easements, deeds, real estate purchase and sale agreements, rights of way, letters of intent, architectural agreements, construction agreements, facility services agreements, facilities consulting agreements and other similar real estate, construction and facilities agreements. Occasional review of joint venture agreements, management and name licensing agreements, bond documents and other financing instruments. Assist on international compliance and due diligence reviews. Coordinate domestic due diligence activities in connection with real estate and other types of mergers, acquisitions and affiliations.

Qualifications: A JD Degree from an accredited law school. Continuing legal education involving legal seminars, review and study of legal periodicals and review of judicial decisions and legislative enactments and pronouncements. Member in good standing of the Maryland Bar. 5+ years of experience at the Bar, 8 years preferable. In-depth knowledge in the areas of real estate, construction, facilities, commercial law, corporate organization and governance. Familiarity with health care law as it relates to real estate. Requires a professional level of knowledge of legal practices and procedures. In-depth knowledge of federal, state, and local statutes and regulations which affect the assigned practice group for a health care provider; understanding of confidentiality laws also is preferred. Highly developed analytical legal skills and drafting skills. Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing in an effective and appropriate manner in a variety of situations, demonstrated interpersonal skills, and ability to effectively advise and interact with internal clients at all levels of the organization. Ability to manage effectively a very high volume of work. Ability to give clear direction and oversight to support staff. Ability to draft documentation of substantial complexity. Ability and willingness to learn new areas of the law.
 
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Commercial Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# DJOR162016
 
Commercial Real Estate Attorney The candidate will communicate/coordinate directly with the principles and attorneys of customers, which are almost exclusively large, institutional property owners, investors and lenders. Draft and review various real estate conveyance, security, release and ancillary documents for multi-state transactions. Review, and provide comments to, seller and borrower authority and governance documents. Review and comment on complex escrow and closing instructions for multi-state closings. Assist in the review and assembly of legal descriptions for deeds, mortgages and ancillary documents. Work with underwriters to determine appropriate title insurance endorsements and exceptions for various types of real estate transactions. Work with underwriters in the pricing of title insurance, including endorsements, and obtaining over the limit insured amount authorizations. Assist in reviewing closing statements. Perform numerous related tasks.

the candidate should have a J.D. degree. Admission to the State Bar of Georgia or another state is required. Should have 2+ years of experience as a commercial real estate attorney at a law firm. Multi-state experience is preferred. Should be detail-oriented and professional. Must have exceptional verbal and written communication skills, as well as excellent organizational skills. Must have excellent problem-solving skills and analytical abilities. Must be a self-starter with the ability to work independently.
 
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Manager, Associate Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# HBEK161935
 
Manager, Associate Counsel, Real Estate Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of commercial contracts, including with respect to cruise port development, cruise port operations, construction projects, and facilities operations. Draft and review transactional real estate documents, including, among others, letters of intent, memorandum of understanding, heads of agreement, development agreements, purchase and sale agreements, leases, and confidentiality agreements. Provide strategic legal advice to a number of internal departments and assist with administration of contracts in accordance with Company policies and legal requirements. Participates in the development, structuring, and implementation of business transactions and associated contracts. Approaches legal issues in support of strategic business initiatives and objectives. Develops, creates, improves and drafts standard form contracts. Research, review, and interpret the requirements of governmental agencies, laws, statutes, rules, regulations, and court decisions. Work closely with and provide counsel to business leaders and other cross-functional teams. Identify and evaluate risks and propose solutions to mitigate risks. Perform other duties as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited U.S. law school, with strong academic credentials. License to practice law required; Florida Bar preferred. 2-4 years of real estate/transactional experience; medium/large law firm and/or in-house experience is preferred. Strong analytical and reasoning skills, excellent judgment, and the ability to make decisions and assess acceptable levels of business risk Excellent drafting ability; must draft contracts, reports, and business correspondence. Must be able to work independently and efficiently under time pressures and deadlines in a fast-paced environment with attention to detail Must work with a sense of professional pride, possess a strong work ethic, be proactive, enthusiastic, and flexible, and have business and personal integrity. Ability to effectively communicate with senior management, including the ability to simplify technical and legal jargon; effective public speaking ability. Must be highly organized, detailed oriented, responsive, and dependable. Ability to handle multiple urgent and important matters while maintaining professional but cordial relations with internal clients. Working knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and online research tools.
 
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Real Estate Counsel
Refer job# OPTC161868
 
Real Estate Counsel Duties: Negotiating and reviewing tenant leases, assignments, and amendments; Working with members of the leasing, property management, and accounting teams in connection with real property issues (including periodic training of business people on real estate legal concepts/terms and regular review and updating of legal form documents); Preparing and responding to tenant correspondence and managing tenant default actions; Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating purchase/sale contracts and closing documents for the purchase and sale of commercial real estate (including transaction financing); Performing and reviewing due diligence on real property acquisitions and dispositions; Providing litigation support on matters and disputes involving company real estate; Monitoring deal flow and balancing priorities to make sure projects are handled on time and according to Company policies.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school; Membership in good standing with the Texas Bar; 4 years of legal experience that includes practice at a law firm and/or in-house; Thorough knowledge of commercial real estate law, particularly from the landlord side; Experience directly negotiating retail leases, lease amendments and related documents; Experience directly negotiating contracts for purchase and sale of commercial real estate; Familiarity with and experience performing due diligence review and transaction closings in connection with real estate acquisitions and dispositions; Successful candidate needs to be an adept advisor and able to work within a team.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Finance Attorney
Refer job# MUDB161875
 
Real Estate Finance Attorney The candidate will advise internal clients on the structuring of complex real estate transactions. Draft / Review transaction documents. Manage/close transactions. Perform negotiations with external clients/counsel. Oversee outside counsel representing Greystone in property acquisitions, joint ventures, loan closings, and other mortgage lending and servicing transactions. Miscellaneous other contract review and transaction support for diverse Greystone matters. Should have a Law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 4+ years of experience in sophisticated transactions including lending, acquisitions, joint ventures, sales and finance. Should possess excellent oral and written communication skills along with solid law firm experience. Experience in healthcare real estate transactions is a plus. Should be energetic, highly motivated and interested in working in a collegial team-oriented environment.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# JOJS161722
 
Corporate Counsel, Real Estate Duties: Prepare, negotiate, review and revise all necessary legal documents required in facilitating and consummating all real estate transactions for the corporate development and asset management departments. Furnish timely input and advice on real estate legal issues. Collaborate with development and asset management teams and other in-house counsel in consummating real estate transactions and in resolving disputes and litigation relating to real estate issues. Ongoing safeguarding of real estate assets. Proactively cultivate and maintain a client network throughout the corporate staff and within legal function. Contribute to achieving both corporate and business sector strategic goals as proactive member of corporate staff.

Qualifications: JD Degree required. Florida Bar Admission or eligibility for Florida Authorized House Counsel, required. 7+ years relevant legal experience, including experience in drafting negotiating, reviewing and revising land conveyance documents, including leases, subleases, sale-leasebacks, easements, guaranties, deeds, purchase agreements, lease renewals, extensions, terminations, rent restructuring, disposition of under-performing and excess properties, subordination, non-disturbance and attornment agreements and amendments; reviewing and resolving title and survey issues; drafting covenants, conditions & restrictions, deed restrictions and restrictive covenants; managing and resolving environmental issues, condemnations and ADA related matters and other real estate related work which includes litigation and litigation management. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential. High attention to detail required. Demonstrate evidence of timely and successful completion of assigned tasks. Ability to solve complex legal issues and apply broad principles. A creative thinker who can resolve disputes and be able to determine best and highest use of properties so as to minimize risk to the company and/or create a financial benefit. Maintain a high level of confidentiality. Intermediate skills with Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, Outlook and Adobe Acrobat, required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Counsel
Refer job# PKFR161723
 
Real Estate Counsel The candidate will draft and negotiate leases, lease amendments, and other lease-related documents. Assist with the transaction and other real estates matters, such as acquisitions, dispositions, mortgage financings and construction agreements. Provide counsel to leasing agents on lease proposals and commission agreements. Advise business teams regarding leasing matters and other real estate issues. Draft and negotiate various license agreements, easements, and rights of entry. Research legal issues related to real estate and property management. Manage real estate disputes, partnering with outside counsel as appropriate.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with excellent academic credentials and top-tier law firm experience preferred. Should have 3+ years of legal experience. Should have excellent drafting and analytical skills, strong oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, ability to manage multiple tasks and responsibilities, ability to work independently, proven track record of learning quickly, taking initiative, working proactively, being resourceful and taking on additional responsibility. Should have State Bar Admission in any of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, District of Columbia, Virginia, Maryland, or Texas.
 
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Legal Counsel (real Estate)
Refer job# VFXT161733
 
Legal Counsel (Real Estate) Duties: Counsels on real estate matters with respect to proposed commercial strategies across multiple lines of businesses, including acquisitions, development, divestments and a variety of innovative projects. Advises on legal and contractual rights and obligations under contractual arrangements. Negotiates and drafts complex contracts a broad range of real estate and ancillary agreements in a manner consistent with professional standards, legal obligations, the Shell General Business Principles and the Shell Control Framework. Provides legal guidance and support on the day to day maintenance, development, negotiation and/or resolution of disputes arising from Shell US businesses. Provides legal advice and guidance with respect to complex commercial title curative matters and property issues, including support for land acquisitions, leases, subleases and conveyances. Handles a range of reputational and compliance risks and/or financial/commercial implications, and concerns and red flags in real estate transactions. Leads contractor workforce, external counsel and offshore legal support, ensuring optimal use of such resources to ensure provision of professional, timely, cost effective and commercially aligned legal advice and support.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited US law school is required; strong academic background. 6+ years of experience as a Licensed Attorney in good standing in Texas or another state in the United States (or can become immediately eligible to be admitted to the State Bar of Texas). Teamwork mindset where the success of the team and delivering the commercial outcomes is the foremost priority. Extensive commercial real estate experience on all aspects of a transaction from conception to completion. Ability to engage and collaborate with other Shell lawyers and business partners globally, provides fit for purpose real estate legal advice to the business, including in relation to commercial and political matters, and act as a sounding board for key decisions and policy matters. Ability to collaborate with and advise senior stakeholders across multiple business and organizational lines and engage with senior business counterparts about critical risk issues and real estate matters, identifying solutions that help teams deliver on promised Shell projects. Ability to identify critical legal, commercial and contractual risks across the organization that are impacted by project delivery, in combination with the ability to prioritize time spent on matters by adopting and driving a commercial mindset and risk-based approach. Ability to employ big-picture analysis and horizon scanning across a variety of project types, identifying potential challenges, developing mitigation strategies, and extracting insights to create opportunities for continuous improvement as well as help colleagues learn from experience. Ability to work in a dynamic legal environment with clients who need to quickly respond to business and commercial demands. Ability to adapt, learn new legal areas, and adjust to new and different ways of working with the confidence to make decisions in ambiguous circumstances without significant management oversight. Clear commitment to the highest standards of ethical and compliant behavior as well as inclusive leadership, modeling behaviors that supports a commitment to Ethics and Compliance and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and demonstrating an ability to work inclusively with both internal and external stakeholders with diverse external backgrounds. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to develop and sustain trusting relationships. Demonstrable track record as someone who can coordinate with a variety of stakeholders in order to deliver the business objective. Proven ability to act as a legal project lead and team player on complex transactions with the ability to work a number of issues in parallel. Strong drafting, negotiating and communication skills. Exhibits resilience under pressure. Ability to manage a team on larger projects. Able to give clear exposition of a legal issue and to provide succinct, accurate and comprehensive legal advice that non-legal professionals can understand.
 
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Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# VMMD161759
 
Counsel, Real Estate Candidate will be drafting and negotiating contracts and agreements relating to the ownership, management, leasing and operation of the Company's real estate holdings. Will support other in-house attorneys with respect to construction and development matters, litigation/dispute resolution matters, and acquisitions and dispositions of real estate, and will require interaction with other intracompany groups (including Asset Management, Accounting and Tax), outside counsel and third-party vendors. Will have law firm and/or in-house real estate-related legal experience (preferably with some prior experience in commercial leasing) and is looking to be involved in, and exposed to, a wide variety of legal matters at the Company. The candidate will have law firm and/or in-house real estate-related legal experience (preferably with some prior experience in commercial leasing) and is looking to be involved in, and exposed to, a wide variety of legal matters at the Company. Review, draft and negotiate wide range of commercial contracts and agreements relating to the ownership, management, leasing and operation of the Company's office and mixed-use real estate assets. Serve as in-house legal support for Asset Management team on property management and operations issues and processes. Work with other in-house attorneys on a variety of legal matters including (i) negotiating construction agreements and reviewing applications for the development/construction teams, (ii) drafting environmental task orders and coordinating with outside counsel on various environmental matters, (ii) assisting on litigation and dispute resolutions matters and (iii) assisting on acquisitions and dispositions, as needed. Assist with developing and implementing various company initiatives as necessary. Assist with special projects and other matters as necessary. Review, draft and negotiate wide range of commercial contracts and agreements relating to the ownership, management, leasing and operation of the Company's office and mixed-use real estate assets. Serve as in-house legal support for Asset Management team on property management and operations issues and processes. Work with other in-house attorneys on a variety of legal matters including (i) negotiating construction agreements and reviewing applications for the development/construction teams, (ii) drafting environmental task orders and coordinating with outside counsel on various environmental matters, (ii) assisting on litigation and dispute resolutions matters and (iii) assisting on acquisitions and dispositions, as needed. Assist with developing and implementing various company initiatives as necessary. Assist with special projects and other matters as necessary.

Requirements: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Current member in good standing with the California Bar. 1-3 years experience working on real estate matters at a leading law firm or as part of an in-house legal team at a real estate company. Experience representing or working for institutional landlords and/or public real estate investment trusts is a plus. Some contract drafting and negotiation experience is necessary for this position. Attention to detail and organizational skills are key, as well as the ability to manage and prioritize a high volume of requests and competing matters at any given time. Effective verbal and written communication skills, including the ability think on the fly  and provide quick, sound legal advice in evolving situations. Team player with a history of working closely with paralegals and/or legal assistants in a collaborative environment. High level of professionalism, discretion, and business judgment. Motivated, self-starter who takes pride in their work product and is willing to own  the work assigned to them.
 
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