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Senior Counsel, Real Estate

Modesto CA Senior Counsel, Real Estate The candidate directly oversees the Company s real estate legal function and advises the Real Estate and Property Management departments regarding property and regulatory developments impacting the company s real estate holdings and leases. This position conducts the legal review of real estate contracts to include property and tenant leases, purchase and sales agreements, construction contracts and regulatory requirements at the city, state and federal level. Identifies legal issues and risk associated with real estate contracts, agreements and proposals. Also responsible for reviewing contracts developed by Real Estate and Property Administration and will evaluate and determine if contracts require escalation or additional consultation with the business unit for internal resolution. This position also supports other legal department staff members with corporate governance and maintenance of business critical documentation and company records. Monitor, advise, and assist Real Estate business partners, and Property Management business partners in analyzing, reviewing, drafting and administering leases, deeds, purchase or sales agreements, construction agreements and regulatory issues and requirements in compliance with industry standards. Draft and negotiate commercial real estate contracts, complex leases, waivers, SNDA s, estoppels, and ancillary lease documents. Monitor and execute contract termination, cancellation, extension, or renewal. Analyze and render opinions on potential impacts of proposed changes to lease arrangements. Advise and assist the Real Estate and Property Administration on property contract law, regulatory and Americans with Disabilities compliance, liens, and licensing. Serve as an internal resource on regulatory questions to a diverse group of business executives and legal team colleagues responsible for real estate portfolio. Manage litigation related to all real estate matters/issues. Review and analyze significant, and/or unique contract requirements, special provisions, terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, as well as corporate and business unit policies and strategy. Interact with executives, business unit management teams, vendors, legal department, and outside counsel. Represent the company in all legal matters relating to real estate and property management. Assist in negotiations with external parties for purchase, sales and lease of properties. Assists business units with enforcement of contractual rights and obligations, including contractual related disputes. Act as primary administrator of company s contract lifecycle management processes and systems. Uphold strict confidentiality at all times regarding all company information, including pending and completed negotiations and agreements. Provide cross-functional legal support, management and training as requested. Perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school. A CA State Bar Membership or prompt registration as Registered CA In-House Counsel required. Must have 5 ?7 years of real estate legal experience, preferably in a law firm or real estate development firm; experience in drafting and negotiating commercial real estate leases is mandatory. Should have excellent contracts management, software and document management experience. Must have strong contract drafting, review and analysis skills, as well as ability to identify and analyze the general legal and contractual issues that affect privately held companies. Should have excellent communication (written and verbal) skills; ability to communicate and interact effectively and appropriately with diverse backgrounds and levels of the organization. Must have strong research and analysis skills. Should have strong management, coaching and training skills. Familiarity/experience with contract negotiation process is needed. Should have intermediate Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2018-07-09

Senior Counsel, Real Estate

Modesto CA Senior Counsel, Real Estate The candidate directly oversees the Company s real estate legal function and advises the Real Estate and Property Management departments regarding property and regulatory developments impacting the company s real estate holdings and leases. This position conducts the legal review of real estate contracts to include property and tenant leases, purchase and sales agreements, construction contracts and regulatory requirements at the city, state and federal level. Identifies legal issues and risk associated with real estate contracts, agreements and proposals. Also responsible for reviewing contracts developed by Real Estate and Property Administration and will evaluate and determine if contracts require escalation or additional consultation with the business unit for internal resolution. This position also supports other legal department staff members with corporate governance and maintenance of business critical documentation and company records. Monitor, advise, and assist Real Estate business partners, and Property Management business partners in analyzing, reviewing, drafting and administering leases, deeds, purchase or sales agreements, construction agreements and regulatory issues and requirements in compliance with industry standards. Draft and negotiate commercial real estate contracts, complex leases, waivers, SNDA s, estoppels, and ancillary lease documents. Monitor and execute contract termination, cancellation, extension, or renewal. Analyze and render opinions on potential impacts of proposed changes to lease arrangements. Advise and assist the Real Estate and Property Administration on property contract law, regulatory and Americans with Disabilities compliance, liens, and licensing. Serve as an internal resource on regulatory questions to a diverse group of business executives and legal team colleagues responsible for real estate portfolio. Manage litigation related to all real estate matters/issues. Review and analyze significant, and/or unique contract requirements, special provisions, terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, as well as corporate and business unit policies and strategy. Interact with executives, business unit management teams, vendors, legal department, and outside counsel. Represent the company in all legal matters relating to real estate and property management. Assist in negotiations with external parties for purchase, sales and lease of properties. Assists business units with enforcement of contractual rights and obligations, including contractual related disputes. Act as primary administrator of company s contract lifecycle management processes and systems. Uphold strict confidentiality at all times regarding all company information, including pending and completed negotiations and agreements. Provide cross-functional legal support, management and training as requested. Perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have CA State Bar Membership or prompt registration as Registered CA In-House Counsel. Should have Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must have excellent contracts management, software and document management experience. Must have 5 ?7 years of real estate legal experience, preferably in a law firm or real estate development firm; experience in drafting and negotiating commercial real estate leases is mandatory. Should have strong contract drafting, review and analysis skills, as well as ability to identify and analyze the general legal and contractual issues that affect privately held companies. Must have excellent communication (written and verbal) skills; ability to communicate and interact effectively and appropriately with diverse backgrounds and levels of the organization. Should have strong research and analysis skills. Must have strong management, coaching and training skills. Familiarity/experience with contract negotiation process is needed. Must have intermediate Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills. Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2018-07-09

Real Estate Attorney

El Segundo CA Real Estate Attorney Responsibilities: Will perform a variety of complex transactional legal work. Reviewing, drafting and negotiating a wide variety of legal documentation, including fund documentation, residential and commercial mortgage loan documentation, structured finance documentation and complex investment documentation, Researching new or revised laws and regulations to determine impact on the business and investment portfolio.

Requirements: Admitted to practice law in at least one state. If not admitted in CA, must be eligible to register as in-house counsel in CA. 4+ years of real estate related experience at a top firm or within a large corporation or asset manager. Excellent communication, organization and multi-tasking skills.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-09

In-house Legal Counsel-real Estate

Brooklyn NY In-House Legal Counsel-Real Estate The candidate will be responsible to provide day-to-day counseling to internal business teams on complex real estate, risk management and dispute resolution issues. Work closely with investors on new acquisitions. Negotiate, draft and structure lease and occupancy agreements for commercial and residential tenants. Serve as Broker of Record Collaborate with outside counsel in: Drafting and negotiation of lease agreements and other development documents, Landlord/Tenant Matters, Collections Matters, Insurance Matters, Manage all tenant related legal matters and other Litigation Matters. Identify opportunities for internal process improvements and implement them. Leasing and other transactional experience preferred. May need to attend court at times including night court for civil litigations.

The candidate should have an attorney with a JD, admission to NY State Bar with 2+ years of firm or in-house experience (A combination of both is preferred). Experience with DHCR, HPD and other real estate related agencies and able to work under pressure, manage multiple projects at once and meet deadlines. Able to communicate positively, effectively, and efficiently with members of various internal teams and outside counsel. Experience in drafting and negotiating commercial and residential leases is preferred. Should be a multi-tasker with excellent analytical, drafting and legal skills and ability to understand business needs, demonstrate sound judgment and partner with the business teams to formulate solutions. Should be organized, detail-oriented, resourceful, and flexible and Notary Public. Able to work effectively both independently and in collaborative environments working to find solutiions and moving tasks forward with exceptional organizational and multitasking skills with superior attention to detail.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-06

Associate General Counsel - Multifamily Real Estate

McLean VA Associate General Counsel The candidate will serve as legal counsel, independently and/or assisting or collaborating with other attorneys, for firm s purchase of multifamily loans. Will negotiation of commitments and loan documents, review and analysis of legal issues in connection with loan purchases, servicing and securitization, due diligence of loans for securitization, and support for the real estate aspects of securitization. Review of pooling and servicing agreements, subservicing agreements and related documents. Provide support for Multifamily Division costing, pricing, lender approvals and eligibility matters, multifamily research, marketing and communications. Serve as legal counsel, independently and/or assisting Managing General Counsel and other attorneys, in connection with servicing of multifamily mortgages and other asset management and operational matters. Provide legal advice to internal clients on a broad range of legal matters related to firm as a business entity, including the development of products and product enhancements. Collaborate with peers to ensure consistency of legal advice and negotiating positions. View the closing of transactions as a process as well as a series of discrete deals and identify ways to improve that process. Create and maintain strong collaborative relationships with various internal clients. Develop and maintain cooperative relationships with lenders from whom firm buys multifamily mortgages, lawyers for those lenders, and with borrowers, servicers and investors. Draft well-structured, complete and concise correspondence and documents for internal and external view. Serve as legal counsel, independently and/or assisting or collaborating with other attorneys, for firm s purchase of multifamily loans, including negotiation of contracts/commitments for the purchase of loans and the terms of loans documents. Work with the Multifamily Division and firm s securities lawyers in connection with securitization of multifamily mortgages. Serve as legal counsel, independently and/or assisting Associate General Counsel and other attorneys, in connection with servicing of multifamily mortgages and other asset management and operational matters. Collaborate with peers to ensure consistency of legal advice and negotiating positions. Provide legal advice to internal clients on a broad range of legal matters related to firm as a business entity, including the development of products and product enhancements. Manage and work with outside counsel. JD degree and membership in good standing in a state Bar is needed. Should have 5 -7 years of directly related professional legal experience. Legal analytical skill is needed. Experience in commercial real estate finance with a law firm or corporate law department, including primary responsibility for negotiating and closing transactions are essential. Familiarity with common commercial real estate lender-borrower issues and ability to quickly negotiate resolution of the same is essential. Knowledge of the customary legal relationships, legal issues, and closing practices in connection with purchases of multifamily mortgages by investors and securitization of commercial mortgages is essential. Knowledge of and experience with affordable housing transactions and issues including Tax-Exempt Bonds, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Section 8, RAD, Tax Abatements and other Federal, State and Local subsidies are needed. Familiarity with master servicing and special servicing issues in the context of CMBS transactions is needed. Experience with structured finance and pooled transaction is essential. Experience with transactions with multiple layers of subordinate debt and negotiation of subordination agreements are needed. Experience with the secondary mortgage market is needed. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2018-07-04

Commercial Real Estate Attorney

Chicago IL Commercial Real Estate Attorney The candidate wil join busy and growing legal team. Essential Functions: Drafting and negotiating major leases; Representing the Company in purchases and sales of commercial properties; Representing the Company, as borrower, in financing transactions; Drafting routine commercial leases and amendments; Prosecuting simple evictions and other commercial litigation; Defending municipal code litigation; Interpreting leases and contracts; Supervising outside collection agents and attorneys; Advising General Counsel of the Company.

The candidate should have License to practice law in the State of Illinois. 7+ years of strong commercial real estate experience is required. Must have substantial experience in drafting and negotiating commercial leases. Should have substantial experience in closing purchases, sales and financing transactions relative to commercial properties. Must have strong oral, written and interpersonal communication skills. Should have ability to get things done meet tight deadlines and prioritize projects, without the need for oversight. Cook County Circuit Court litigation experience a plus.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-01

Assistant General Counsel - Real Estate Litigator

Phoenix AZ Assistant General Counsel - Real Estate Litigator The candidate will be managing real estate litigation such as condemnation, zoning, evictions, code violations, sign infringements, landlord/tenant issues. Will be effectively managing outside counsel and litigation budgets. Working with transactional and zoning lawyers to better assist our real estate department. Drafting, revising and coordinating discovery and pleadings. Preparing corporate representatives and U-Haul witnesses for depositions and other proceedings. Providing general legal advice to U-Haul field personnel on a wide variety of legal issues. Must have Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA accredited school and admission to at least one state Bar. Experience defending and prosecuting significant real estate lawsuits is essential. Must have knowledge of effective management of litigation is essential. Must have experience vetting and hiring expert witnesses. First or second chair experience at trial or arbitration; Experience coordinating and responding to discovery; Excellent research, writing, strategic and analytical skills;Strong interpersonal skills and a proactive mindset. Must be a skilled real estate litigator with 4-6 years of experience to assist in the management and coordination of the nationwide defense and prosecution of real estate litigation brought by or against U-Haul s real estate company and other U-Haul system entities. Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2018-07-01

Real Estate Attorney

Calabasas CA Real Estate Attorney The candidate will play an integral role in the department; responsible for negotiating and drafting complex leases, lease amendments and related documents. Will have proven success as a Real Estate Attorney with expertise in leasing and the ability to successfully work independently, yet also thrive in a team-oriented environment. Prepare and negotiate complex leases and ancillary lease documents, as well as lease amendments and other agreements. Conduct due diligence, including title work. Assist the Director of Leasing & Licensing in responding to issues and requests from our landlords, from our operations personnel in the field, and from various corporate departments (Accounting, Development, Risk, Executive, etc.) regarding our leases and related issues.

The candidate must have 3 years of real estate leasing experience. (In-house experience is preferred, but not required. Focus on shopping center work, retail leasing, and/or development is not required, but a plus.). Bachelor's Degree is required. J.D. degree from accredited law school is required. Must be admitted to the CA bar [or any bar that will satisfy CA requirements for in-house practice] and in good standing. Must have comprehensive skill and significant experience in negotiating leases, with ability to prepare, understand and interpret complex leases, contracts and other key agreements and apply them correctly to situations. Must have experience counseling clients or internal business teams on leasing, lease disputes and solutions, and other issues. Broad based general knowledge of title concepts and issues, surveys, site plans, etc. is required. Must be highly computer literate; strong skills in MS Word and Outlook.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-28

Senior Associate Real Estate Counsel

Altoona PA Senior Associate Real Estate Counsel The candidate will maximize the development of internal talent through regular performance coaching, performance reviews and presenting developmental opportunities. Will align area objectives with the strategic goals of the department. Independently negotiate and draft various commercial real estate related documents, including letters of intent, commercial leases, purchase agreements, easements, REAs, municipal agreements, construction contracts, SNDAs, estoppels and right of first refusal offers. Work directly with site selectors, permit managers and outside counsel (where appropriate) to obtain necessary permits on schedule, including preparation and review of land use and zoning applications, conferences with local counsel and attendance at municipal hearings. Manage all real estate financings and loan closings. Manage all real estate closings and lease commencements in geographic area. Evaluate and negotiate eminent domain/condemnation offers and manage related litigation. Evaluate real estate tax assessment increases and manage tax assessment appeals litigation. Provide legal advice and opinion to Real Estate Directors, Real Estate Site Selectors, and Permit Managers on contract, bankruptcy, zoning, land development, title, and environmental issues. Independently negotiate disputes with existing landlords, neighbors and other parties. Manage and control use of third parties including outside counsel on permitting/zoning matters and related litigation. Provide legal guidance to firm and related entities (CLI/SDS/PTM) in relation to financing, construction contracts, warehouse / office / facility /distribution center real estate needs. Should have Juris Doctorate degree. Must have 7+ years of experience with background of 5+ years in commercial real estate law and retail leasing, with preferred mix of private practice and in house experience. Excellent negotiation writing and communication skills are required. Should have License to practice law in at least one state in which firm operates and ability to obtain PA Bar license in 1 year. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-28

Assistant General Counsel, Real Estate Law

Hartford CT Assistant General Counsel, Real Estate Law The candidate will provide counsel to senior investment professionals on a broad range of legal issues related to investment transactions in a variety of investment sectors and asset classes, principally commercial mortgage lending, real estate equity investments, real estate funds and asset management matters. Will draft, negotiate, and coordinate application documentation for commercial mortgage loan program and term sheets for joint venture equity investments. Negotiate loan and equity investment documentation, and coordinate overall investment closing process, including closing process for third party clients purchasing interests in CMLs. Assist with regulatory and other transactional matters, and maintain knowledge of trends in the industry and familiarity with applicable regulations. JD degree is required. Should have 5+ years of relevant investment transactional experience, preferably at an institutional lender; relevant experience. Must be admitted in Connecticut or qualify as authorized house counsel in Connecticut. Significant investment counsel experience in commercial real estate lending, joint venture equity, private real estate funds and other financial/investment transaction are needed. Experience in workouts and restructurings re helpful. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-28
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Contract Attorney - Commercial Real Estate
In-House,LexisNexis
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Senior Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# FWWS139871
 
Senior Counsel, Real Estate The candidate directly oversees the Company s real estate legal function and advises the Real Estate and Property Management departments regarding property and regulatory developments impacting the company s real estate holdings and leases. This position conducts the legal review of real estate contracts to include property and tenant leases, purchase and sales agreements, construction contracts and regulatory requirements at the city, state and federal level. Identifies legal issues and risk associated with real estate contracts, agreements and proposals. Also responsible for reviewing contracts developed by Real Estate and Property Administration and will evaluate and determine if contracts require escalation or additional consultation with the business unit for internal resolution. This position also supports other legal department staff members with corporate governance and maintenance of business critical documentation and company records. Monitor, advise, and assist Real Estate business partners, and Property Management business partners in analyzing, reviewing, drafting and administering leases, deeds, purchase or sales agreements, construction agreements and regulatory issues and requirements in compliance with industry standards. Draft and negotiate commercial real estate contracts, complex leases, waivers, SNDA s, estoppels, and ancillary lease documents. Monitor and execute contract termination, cancellation, extension, or renewal. Analyze and render opinions on potential impacts of proposed changes to lease arrangements. Advise and assist the Real Estate and Property Administration on property contract law, regulatory and Americans with Disabilities compliance, liens, and licensing. Serve as an internal resource on regulatory questions to a diverse group of business executives and legal team colleagues responsible for real estate portfolio. Manage litigation related to all real estate matters/issues. Review and analyze significant, and/or unique contract requirements, special provisions, terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, as well as corporate and business unit policies and strategy. Interact with executives, business unit management teams, vendors, legal department, and outside counsel. Represent the company in all legal matters relating to real estate and property management. Assist in negotiations with external parties for purchase, sales and lease of properties. Assists business units with enforcement of contractual rights and obligations, including contractual related disputes. Act as primary administrator of company s contract lifecycle management processes and systems. Uphold strict confidentiality at all times regarding all company information, including pending and completed negotiations and agreements. Provide cross-functional legal support, management and training as requested. Perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school. A CA State Bar Membership or prompt registration as Registered CA In-House Counsel required. Must have 5 ?7 years of real estate legal experience, preferably in a law firm or real estate development firm; experience in drafting and negotiating commercial real estate leases is mandatory. Should have excellent contracts management, software and document management experience. Must have strong contract drafting, review and analysis skills, as well as ability to identify and analyze the general legal and contractual issues that affect privately held companies. Should have excellent communication (written and verbal) skills; ability to communicate and interact effectively and appropriately with diverse backgrounds and levels of the organization. Must have strong research and analysis skills. Should have strong management, coaching and training skills. Familiarity/experience with contract negotiation process is needed. Should have intermediate Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills.
 
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Senior Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# YGIZ139872
 
Senior Counsel, Real Estate The candidate directly oversees the Company s real estate legal function and advises the Real Estate and Property Management departments regarding property and regulatory developments impacting the company s real estate holdings and leases. This position conducts the legal review of real estate contracts to include property and tenant leases, purchase and sales agreements, construction contracts and regulatory requirements at the city, state and federal level. Identifies legal issues and risk associated with real estate contracts, agreements and proposals. Also responsible for reviewing contracts developed by Real Estate and Property Administration and will evaluate and determine if contracts require escalation or additional consultation with the business unit for internal resolution. This position also supports other legal department staff members with corporate governance and maintenance of business critical documentation and company records. Monitor, advise, and assist Real Estate business partners, and Property Management business partners in analyzing, reviewing, drafting and administering leases, deeds, purchase or sales agreements, construction agreements and regulatory issues and requirements in compliance with industry standards. Draft and negotiate commercial real estate contracts, complex leases, waivers, SNDA s, estoppels, and ancillary lease documents. Monitor and execute contract termination, cancellation, extension, or renewal. Analyze and render opinions on potential impacts of proposed changes to lease arrangements. Advise and assist the Real Estate and Property Administration on property contract law, regulatory and Americans with Disabilities compliance, liens, and licensing. Serve as an internal resource on regulatory questions to a diverse group of business executives and legal team colleagues responsible for real estate portfolio. Manage litigation related to all real estate matters/issues. Review and analyze significant, and/or unique contract requirements, special provisions, terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, as well as corporate and business unit policies and strategy. Interact with executives, business unit management teams, vendors, legal department, and outside counsel. Represent the company in all legal matters relating to real estate and property management. Assist in negotiations with external parties for purchase, sales and lease of properties. Assists business units with enforcement of contractual rights and obligations, including contractual related disputes. Act as primary administrator of company s contract lifecycle management processes and systems. Uphold strict confidentiality at all times regarding all company information, including pending and completed negotiations and agreements. Provide cross-functional legal support, management and training as requested. Perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have CA State Bar Membership or prompt registration as Registered CA In-House Counsel. Should have Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must have excellent contracts management, software and document management experience. Must have 5 ?7 years of real estate legal experience, preferably in a law firm or real estate development firm; experience in drafting and negotiating commercial real estate leases is mandatory. Should have strong contract drafting, review and analysis skills, as well as ability to identify and analyze the general legal and contractual issues that affect privately held companies. Must have excellent communication (written and verbal) skills; ability to communicate and interact effectively and appropriately with diverse backgrounds and levels of the organization. Should have strong research and analysis skills. Must have strong management, coaching and training skills. Familiarity/experience with contract negotiation process is needed. Must have intermediate Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills. Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# QYYN139875
 
Real Estate Attorney Responsibilities: Will perform a variety of complex transactional legal work. Reviewing, drafting and negotiating a wide variety of legal documentation, including fund documentation, residential and commercial mortgage loan documentation, structured finance documentation and complex investment documentation, Researching new or revised laws and regulations to determine impact on the business and investment portfolio.

Requirements: Admitted to practice law in at least one state. If not admitted in CA, must be eligible to register as in-house counsel in CA. 4+ years of real estate related experience at a top firm or within a large corporation or asset manager. Excellent communication, organization and multi-tasking skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
In-house Legal Counsel-real Estate
Refer job# NXPM139826
 
In-House Legal Counsel-Real Estate The candidate will be responsible to provide day-to-day counseling to internal business teams on complex real estate, risk management and dispute resolution issues. Work closely with investors on new acquisitions. Negotiate, draft and structure lease and occupancy agreements for commercial and residential tenants. Serve as Broker of Record Collaborate with outside counsel in: Drafting and negotiation of lease agreements and other development documents, Landlord/Tenant Matters, Collections Matters, Insurance Matters, Manage all tenant related legal matters and other Litigation Matters. Identify opportunities for internal process improvements and implement them. Leasing and other transactional experience preferred. May need to attend court at times including night court for civil litigations.

The candidate should have an attorney with a JD, admission to NY State Bar with 2+ years of firm or in-house experience (A combination of both is preferred). Experience with DHCR, HPD and other real estate related agencies and able to work under pressure, manage multiple projects at once and meet deadlines. Able to communicate positively, effectively, and efficiently with members of various internal teams and outside counsel. Experience in drafting and negotiating commercial and residential leases is preferred. Should be a multi-tasker with excellent analytical, drafting and legal skills and ability to understand business needs, demonstrate sound judgment and partner with the business teams to formulate solutions. Should be organized, detail-oriented, resourceful, and flexible and Notary Public. Able to work effectively both independently and in collaborative environments working to find solutiions and moving tasks forward with exceptional organizational and multitasking skills with superior attention to detail.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel - Multifamily Real Estate
Refer job# GYIH139794
 
Associate General Counsel The candidate will serve as legal counsel, independently and/or assisting or collaborating with other attorneys, for firm s purchase of multifamily loans. Will negotiation of commitments and loan documents, review and analysis of legal issues in connection with loan purchases, servicing and securitization, due diligence of loans for securitization, and support for the real estate aspects of securitization. Review of pooling and servicing agreements, subservicing agreements and related documents. Provide support for Multifamily Division costing, pricing, lender approvals and eligibility matters, multifamily research, marketing and communications. Serve as legal counsel, independently and/or assisting Managing General Counsel and other attorneys, in connection with servicing of multifamily mortgages and other asset management and operational matters. Provide legal advice to internal clients on a broad range of legal matters related to firm as a business entity, including the development of products and product enhancements. Collaborate with peers to ensure consistency of legal advice and negotiating positions. View the closing of transactions as a process as well as a series of discrete deals and identify ways to improve that process. Create and maintain strong collaborative relationships with various internal clients. Develop and maintain cooperative relationships with lenders from whom firm buys multifamily mortgages, lawyers for those lenders, and with borrowers, servicers and investors. Draft well-structured, complete and concise correspondence and documents for internal and external view. Serve as legal counsel, independently and/or assisting or collaborating with other attorneys, for firm s purchase of multifamily loans, including negotiation of contracts/commitments for the purchase of loans and the terms of loans documents. Work with the Multifamily Division and firm s securities lawyers in connection with securitization of multifamily mortgages. Serve as legal counsel, independently and/or assisting Associate General Counsel and other attorneys, in connection with servicing of multifamily mortgages and other asset management and operational matters. Collaborate with peers to ensure consistency of legal advice and negotiating positions. Provide legal advice to internal clients on a broad range of legal matters related to firm as a business entity, including the development of products and product enhancements. Manage and work with outside counsel. JD degree and membership in good standing in a state Bar is needed. Should have 5 -7 years of directly related professional legal experience. Legal analytical skill is needed. Experience in commercial real estate finance with a law firm or corporate law department, including primary responsibility for negotiating and closing transactions are essential. Familiarity with common commercial real estate lender-borrower issues and ability to quickly negotiate resolution of the same is essential. Knowledge of the customary legal relationships, legal issues, and closing practices in connection with purchases of multifamily mortgages by investors and securitization of commercial mortgages is essential. Knowledge of and experience with affordable housing transactions and issues including Tax-Exempt Bonds, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Section 8, RAD, Tax Abatements and other Federal, State and Local subsidies are needed. Familiarity with master servicing and special servicing issues in the context of CMBS transactions is needed. Experience with structured finance and pooled transaction is essential. Experience with transactions with multiple layers of subordinate debt and negotiation of subordination agreements are needed. Experience with the secondary mortgage market is needed.
 
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Commercial Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# EVDK139713
 
Commercial Real Estate Attorney The candidate wil join busy and growing legal team. Essential Functions: Drafting and negotiating major leases; Representing the Company in purchases and sales of commercial properties; Representing the Company, as borrower, in financing transactions; Drafting routine commercial leases and amendments; Prosecuting simple evictions and other commercial litigation; Defending municipal code litigation; Interpreting leases and contracts; Supervising outside collection agents and attorneys; Advising General Counsel of the Company.

The candidate should have License to practice law in the State of Illinois. 7+ years of strong commercial real estate experience is required. Must have substantial experience in drafting and negotiating commercial leases. Should have substantial experience in closing purchases, sales and financing transactions relative to commercial properties. Must have strong oral, written and interpersonal communication skills. Should have ability to get things done meet tight deadlines and prioritize projects, without the need for oversight. Cook County Circuit Court litigation experience a plus.
 
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Assistant General Counsel - Real Estate Litigator
Refer job# SSIP139748
 
Assistant General Counsel - Real Estate Litigator The candidate will be managing real estate litigation such as condemnation, zoning, evictions, code violations, sign infringements, landlord/tenant issues. Will be effectively managing outside counsel and litigation budgets. Working with transactional and zoning lawyers to better assist our real estate department. Drafting, revising and coordinating discovery and pleadings. Preparing corporate representatives and U-Haul witnesses for depositions and other proceedings. Providing general legal advice to U-Haul field personnel on a wide variety of legal issues. Must have Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA accredited school and admission to at least one state Bar. Experience defending and prosecuting significant real estate lawsuits is essential. Must have knowledge of effective management of litigation is essential. Must have experience vetting and hiring expert witnesses. First or second chair experience at trial or arbitration; Experience coordinating and responding to discovery; Excellent research, writing, strategic and analytical skills;Strong interpersonal skills and a proactive mindset. Must be a skilled real estate litigator with 4-6 years of experience to assist in the management and coordination of the nationwide defense and prosecution of real estate litigation brought by or against U-Haul s real estate company and other U-Haul system entities.
 
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Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# YMHZ139690
 
Real Estate Attorney The candidate will play an integral role in the department; responsible for negotiating and drafting complex leases, lease amendments and related documents. Will have proven success as a Real Estate Attorney with expertise in leasing and the ability to successfully work independently, yet also thrive in a team-oriented environment. Prepare and negotiate complex leases and ancillary lease documents, as well as lease amendments and other agreements. Conduct due diligence, including title work. Assist the Director of Leasing & Licensing in responding to issues and requests from our landlords, from our operations personnel in the field, and from various corporate departments (Accounting, Development, Risk, Executive, etc.) regarding our leases and related issues.

The candidate must have 3 years of real estate leasing experience. (In-house experience is preferred, but not required. Focus on shopping center work, retail leasing, and/or development is not required, but a plus.). Bachelor's Degree is required. J.D. degree from accredited law school is required. Must be admitted to the CA bar [or any bar that will satisfy CA requirements for in-house practice] and in good standing. Must have comprehensive skill and significant experience in negotiating leases, with ability to prepare, understand and interpret complex leases, contracts and other key agreements and apply them correctly to situations. Must have experience counseling clients or internal business teams on leasing, lease disputes and solutions, and other issues. Broad based general knowledge of title concepts and issues, surveys, site plans, etc. is required. Must be highly computer literate; strong skills in MS Word and Outlook.
 
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Senior Associate Real Estate Counsel
Refer job# NVJU139695
 
Senior Associate Real Estate Counsel The candidate will maximize the development of internal talent through regular performance coaching, performance reviews and presenting developmental opportunities. Will align area objectives with the strategic goals of the department. Independently negotiate and draft various commercial real estate related documents, including letters of intent, commercial leases, purchase agreements, easements, REAs, municipal agreements, construction contracts, SNDAs, estoppels and right of first refusal offers. Work directly with site selectors, permit managers and outside counsel (where appropriate) to obtain necessary permits on schedule, including preparation and review of land use and zoning applications, conferences with local counsel and attendance at municipal hearings. Manage all real estate financings and loan closings. Manage all real estate closings and lease commencements in geographic area. Evaluate and negotiate eminent domain/condemnation offers and manage related litigation. Evaluate real estate tax assessment increases and manage tax assessment appeals litigation. Provide legal advice and opinion to Real Estate Directors, Real Estate Site Selectors, and Permit Managers on contract, bankruptcy, zoning, land development, title, and environmental issues. Independently negotiate disputes with existing landlords, neighbors and other parties. Manage and control use of third parties including outside counsel on permitting/zoning matters and related litigation. Provide legal guidance to firm and related entities (CLI/SDS/PTM) in relation to financing, construction contracts, warehouse / office / facility /distribution center real estate needs. Should have Juris Doctorate degree. Must have 7+ years of experience with background of 5+ years in commercial real estate law and retail leasing, with preferred mix of private practice and in house experience. Excellent negotiation writing and communication skills are required. Should have License to practice law in at least one state in which firm operates and ability to obtain PA Bar license in 1 year.
 
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Assistant General Counsel, Real Estate Law
Refer job# QWNR139701
 
Assistant General Counsel, Real Estate Law The candidate will provide counsel to senior investment professionals on a broad range of legal issues related to investment transactions in a variety of investment sectors and asset classes, principally commercial mortgage lending, real estate equity investments, real estate funds and asset management matters. Will draft, negotiate, and coordinate application documentation for commercial mortgage loan program and term sheets for joint venture equity investments. Negotiate loan and equity investment documentation, and coordinate overall investment closing process, including closing process for third party clients purchasing interests in CMLs. Assist with regulatory and other transactional matters, and maintain knowledge of trends in the industry and familiarity with applicable regulations. JD degree is required. Should have 5+ years of relevant investment transactional experience, preferably at an institutional lender; relevant experience. Must be admitted in Connecticut or qualify as authorized house counsel in Connecticut. Significant investment counsel experience in commercial real estate lending, joint venture equity, private real estate funds and other financial/investment transaction are needed. Experience in workouts and restructurings re helpful.
 
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