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Corporate Counsel

Tampa FL Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Provide primary legal counsel in many varied facets of corporate legal work, including substantial M&A, client and vendor contract drafting and negotiation, contract dispute resolution and collections. Work with outside counsel as appropriate. Regulatory oversight and compliance. Corporate Secretary. Other related projects and duties as requested. Must have Highly Intelligent, Bachelor's Degree with minimum 3.5 GPA and 1200 SAT (29 ACT). Should have Law Degree from accredited Law School; minimum 3.5 GPA. Florida Bar member in good standing required. Must have 3+ years experience in corporate law. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-12

Dir, Corporate Counsel For Governance And Compliance

Tampa FL Dir, Corporate Counsel for Governance and Compliance The candidate should have 7+ years of experience with corporate governance, compliance and corporate transactions. Prior experience in M&A, securities, corporate finance/debt and contracts a plus. Will assist with preparation of materials for Board of Director committees. Research and provide guidance on corporate governance matters and assist with compliance with governance guidelines and committee charters. Oversee compliance projects as necessary, including policy/procedure management, data privacy efforts and compliance training. Provide guidance for and liaise with company-owned international operations on compliance matters. Research and provide guidance on Credit Agreement-related topics; assist with associated debt compliance and reporting obligations. Assist with review of vendor/supplier contract documents and advise business teams as to risks and terms. Assist with special projects. J.D. required. Florida Bar Admission required. Experience drafting and reviewing minutes, resolutions and Board and Committee meeting materials. Experience with subsidiary governance matters. Experience working with confidential and sensitive matters. High attention to detail required. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-12

Associate General Counsel - Corporate

Tampa FL Associate General Counsel - Corporate The candidate will work closely with General Counsel and others on legal and executive leadership teams on a broad range of strategic and tactical transactions and legal initiatives, including supporting other members of the legal team with corporate, transactional, M&A, regulatory, compliance and corporate governance matters. Principal Responsibilities: Supporting the legal team as a corporate generalist. Supporting insurance distribution activities, including drafting, negotiating and overseeing outside counsel's assistance with confidentiality agreements, broker of record agreements, client and vendor agreements, insurance carrier appointments and other insurance-related documents and agreements. Assisting with legal due diligence activities. Assisting with legal compliance activities. Assisting with legal operations activities. Using independent judgment and discretion in drafting, reviewing, interpreting, and negotiating a variety of contracts and other legal documents related to our core business. Advising business teams on compliance with BRP legal policies and procedures. Assisting in the review and development of contract templates and forms in the areas of sales, carrier appointments and corporate governance. Assisting the legal team to respond to inquiries from applicable state regulators. Assisting with regulatory, compliance and corporate governance matters generally.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree and licensed to practice law. Should have 1-3 years of experience at a leading national law firm and/or public company in-house department with corporate or insurance-related experience. Must have excellent communication skills (verbal and written) with the ability to develop shared objectives while influencing and persuading a broad range of individuals. Must be able to make sound judgment calls to give leadership and the partnership team leverage to ensure the best path to success. Should have exceptional problem-solving, organizational and analytical skills and demonstrated attention to detail that reflects well on the firm. Must demonstrates the organization's core values, exuding behavior that is aligned with the firm's culture.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2020-08-07

Vp/corporate Counsel

Clermont FL VP/Corporate Counsel The candidate's position will include transactional, advisory and compliance work. Will report to the EVP Capital markets and Strategic Opportunities. Will work across the commercial enterprise providing legal advice on a broad range of topics. Includes drafting and reviewing business critical agreements, negotiating and providing advice on corporate governance, IP, privacy and data security, human resources, and real estate acquisition matters, and ensure compliance with timeshare and promotional marketing laws, rules, and regulations. Duties and Responsibilities: Provide day-to-day and mission-critical legal support of the company's business operations. Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts. Draft and maintain intercompany agreements. Identifies and participates in the definition and development of policies, procedures and programs which address areas of risk and ensure compliance with the law. Educates senior managements on risks and mitigates risks through implementation of appropriate measures such as the careful review, negotiation, drafting and administration of agreements and other legal documents. Manage corporate policies and procedures, standard terms and conditions and the corporate compliance functions. Be the legal representative for the company in important matters, including mergers and acquisitions. Provide regulatory advice and maintain corporate formalities of company entities, and prepare organizational documents and corporate actions. Advise and oversee data protection and privacy matters. Maintain working knowledge of changes to legislation which impact company policies and processes, including timeshare operations and promotional marketing programs. Make recommendations for process changes to ensure compliance. Address regulatory issues and compliance policies and procedures with outside counsel where appropriate. Manage outside legal counsel on other matters. Provide advice and support in a wide array of practice areas and special projects as needed. Other duties as assigned. Should have a strong understanding of real estate and timeshare law and will have extensive experience in drafting and negotiating agreements and preparing and supporting compliance of promotional marketing programs. Must be a graduate of an accredited United States law school with a bar admission in good standing. Timeshare experience a must. 3-5 years of significant and substantive experience practicing business/corporate/real estate law; in-house preferred. License to practice law in the State of Florida required. Timeshare compliance and overseeing compliance with promotional marketing laws and regulations preferred. Experience partnering with senior management to understand their needs and to develop strategies to meet company needs. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-08-07

Corporate Counsel - Employment Law

Tampa FL Corporate Counsel - Employment Law The candidate will manage labor and employment issues throughout the US. Partner directly with the Human Resources team and business functions to provide employment-related legal advice and services for the Company. Manage, train and develop direct reports. Provide practical, timely and thorough legal guidance and counseling on a range of employment issues including: recruiting; hiring; employee relations; discipline and terminations; internal investigations; leaves of absence; wage and hour compliance; disability accommodation; labor relations; union organizing campaigns; EEO compliance; and performance management. Managing litigation, government agency investigations, proactive training, and administrative charges as well as the assessment, selection, and supervision of outside counsel. Oversee or conduct investigations related to alleged violations of company policies, laws, and regulations. Investigate and defend state and federal charges of discrimination, wage/hour audits and other regulatory complaints, including preparation of position statements and other responsive documents. Drafting of employment, settlement and separation agreements. Assist in development and presentation of education and training materials. Assist in employment-related aspects of company special projects such as mergers/acquisitions, as well as reductions in force and location closings (e.g., severance, WARN Act). Support preparation of materials for quarterly reporting up of employment law and compliance matters to senior executive leadership and Compliance Committee. Assist and provide guidance in crisis management situations. Advise and update the business about changes in Federal, state and local laws and regulations (Title VII, FMLA, FLSA, ADEA, ADA, etc.), including updating policies and handbooks, as necessary. Management of employment litigation budget and outside counsel spend. Perform records research, and legal and factual research and prepare memorandums of findings, as necessary. Organize and track case files in legal database reporting system (including preparation of written reports such as claims and litigation holds and reports).

The candidate should have 7+ years of legal experience, with a mix of corporate law firm and in-house experience is preferred. Florida Bar member in good standing, required. Some private practice litigation experience is preferred. Strong organizational, analytical, practical problem-solving, and critical-thinking skills, as well as the ability to identify risk. Common sense and ability to demonstrate sound judgment even in ambiguous situations. High level of interpersonal skills, ability to work with and influence peers and senior management, and ability to work in a proactive and service-oriented manner. Self-motivated with critical attention to detail, deadlines and reporting. Ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Prioritize and manage multiple projects at once, efficiently manage a large caseload. Strong written and oral communication skills. Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information. Ability to travel and work extended hours when necessary and willingness to be available during restaurant operating hours to give immediate guidance as needed. Proficient at budgeting and project management (from conception to completion) skills.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-07

Corporate Counsel - Transactions

Clearwater FL Corporate Counsel - Transactions The candidate reports to: Chief Legal and Administrative Officer. Would primarily be focused on corporate mergers and acquisitions (including associated due diligence and document drafting). He/she would also work closely with other members of the legal and executive leadership teams on a broad range of projects and legal initiatives as needs arise (including supporting other members of the legal team with corporate, transactional, regulatory, compliance and corporate governance matters). Assist with Company mergers and acquisitions. Assist Company Legal and M&A teams in preparation of letters of intent, term sheets and analysis of transaction opportunities. Drafting of acquisition and related agreements. Assist with legal due diligence activities. Assist in review and preparation of disclosure schedules. Assist with development and implementation of integration plans. Support Company commercial business activities by using independent judgment and discretion in drafting, reviewing, interpreting, and negotiating a variety of contracts and other legal documents (including drafting and negotiating agreements, client and vendor agreements, consulting agreements, software license and service agreements, insurance carrier appointments and other insurance-related documents and agreements). Advising business teams on compliance with AmeriLife legal policies and procedures, as well as, assisting with regulatory, compliance and corporate governance matters generally. Assist in corporate secretary functions, including drafting meeting minutes, written consents and development of meeting agendas. Identify proactive solutions that will eliminate or mitigate risks. Analyze legacy contracts to determine applicable terms, conditions, and growth opportunities. Handle complex, significant matters that cut across legal and related areas. Keep abreast of legislative or regulatory changes. Anticipate issues and estimate risks strategically. Base each decision-making process on ethics and integrity. Bachelor's Degree, and Juris Doctor Degree from an ABA Accredited Law School required. License to practice law in at least one state (preferably Florida) required. 2-5 years of transactional legal experience (whether with mergers & acquisitions (M&A), real estate closings, securities offerings or commercial finance closings) with a regionally or nationally recognized law firm and/or an in-house legal department preferred. Strong project management skills, including the ability to prioritize, balance, and manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2020-08-07

Corporate Counsel

Fort Lauderdale FL Corporate Counsel Duties: Provide expert and strategic legal advice to senior management on all legal based matters across the business. Anticipate legal issues or potential risks to the business, estimate risks and make appropriate strategic recommendations. Draft concise agreements that minimize risks. Keep abreast of legislative changes and proactively makes recommendations for policy changes accordingly to protect the business. Effectively negotiate with external parties where required on legal based business matters. Attract, develop, direct, motivate, and drive high performance across direct reports.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Member of a State Bar. 1-2 years professional legal experience, including law firm and in-house legal. Generalist and broad legal knowledge in all relevant areas (e.g. corporate & labor law, litigation, etc.). Ability to develop legal strategy and set objectives in line with the business direction and needs. High degree of professional ethics, integrity and gravitas. Excellent interpersonal, and communication skills in the English language.
Legal 1 - 2 Full-time 2020-08-01

Florida - Corporate Counsel - M&A

Boca Raton FL Corporate Counsel - M&A
The candidate will provide legal support, counseling and review of due diligence, including title and survey review, in connection with M&A transactions. Will prepare and negotiate of purchase and sale agreements. Handle general due diligence review. Review title commitments, exceptions and surveys. Resolve title/survey problems and answer title/survey questions. Review, draft and negotiate ground leases, tenant leases, easements and other documents in connection with M&A transactions. Engage and coordinate local counsel as necessary. Assist with post-closing issues as they related to tower sites acquired. Other projects and duties as assigned. May direct activities of administrative support staff and legal assistants as assigned by Associate General Counsel, the Vice President of M&A, and General Counsel.

The candidate should have B.A./B.S. and J.D. degree. Current Bar admittance in respective state is required. Must have 4-6 years of experience in corporate matters and real estate transactions including, ability to prepare and negotiate purchase and sale agreements, title and survey review and landlord tenant relations. Knowledge of finance and general corporate matters are strongly preferred. Ability to read and write Spanish or Portuguese is preferred.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2013-02-13

Florida - Corporate Tax Manager

Fort Lauderdale FL Corporate Tax Manager
The candidate will be responsible for the delivery of a full range of tax services for multiple clients in a wide variety of industries. Responsibilities include interacting closely with clients to provide innovative tax planning, consulting, and compliance expertise; providing primary and secondary review of complex tax returns; developing and managing staff; and working closely with partners and staff on client management, practice development, and business development activities. Will manage, direct, and monitor multiple client services teams on client engagements; plan, execute, direct, and complete tax projects in a wide variety of industries; provide innovative tax planning, consulting, and compliance expertise to clients; and manage to budget. Manage, develop, train, and mentor staff on tax projects and assess performance for engagement and year-end reviews. Conduct primary and secondary review of complicated or complex income tax returns including Corporate, S-Corp., partnership, and individual clients. Maintain active communication with clients to manage expectations, ensure satisfaction, make sure deadlines are met, and lead change efforts effectively. Consult, work with, and service client to make recommendations on business and process improvement and serve as a business advisor to client.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting. CPA, Master's in Taxation, LL.M. in Taxation, or J.D. degree is needed. Must have 5-7 years of progressive federal tax consulting and/or compliance experience in public accounting or a combination of corporate and public accounting experience. Experience in Corporate, S-Corp. and/or Partnership returns is required. Should have excellent analytical, technical, and tax accounting/technology skills with proficiency in US GAAP, tax compliance, corporate consolidated returns, consolidated federal tax returns, partnership returns, and combined state tax returns.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2013-01-09
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Dir, Corporate Counsel For Governance And Compliance
In-House,Bloomin' Brands, Inc
Location : Tampa, FL, United States

Dir, Corporate Counsel for Governance and Compliance The candidate should have 7+ years of experience with corporate governance, compliance and corporate transactions. Prior experience in M&A, securities, corporate finance/debt and contracts a plus... + read more

aug 11, 2020


Corporate Counsel - Transactions
In-House,Amerilife Group, LLC
Location : Clearwater, FL, United States

Corporate Counsel - Transactions The candidate reports to: Chief Legal and Administrative Officer. Would primarily be focused on corporate mergers and acquisitions (including associated due diligence and document drafting). He/she would also work c... + read more

aug 06, 2020


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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# THSB151183
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Provide primary legal counsel in many varied facets of corporate legal work, including substantial M&A, client and vendor contract drafting and negotiation, contract dispute resolution and collections. Work with outside counsel as appropriate. Regulatory oversight and compliance. Corporate Secretary. Other related projects and duties as requested. Must have Highly Intelligent, Bachelor's Degree with minimum 3.5 GPA and 1200 SAT (29 ACT). Should have Law Degree from accredited Law School; minimum 3.5 GPA. Florida Bar member in good standing required. Must have 3+ years experience in corporate law.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Dir, Corporate Counsel For Governance And Compliance
Refer job# KNOC151186
 
Dir, Corporate Counsel for Governance and Compliance The candidate should have 7+ years of experience with corporate governance, compliance and corporate transactions. Prior experience in M&A, securities, corporate finance/debt and contracts a plus. Will assist with preparation of materials for Board of Director committees. Research and provide guidance on corporate governance matters and assist with compliance with governance guidelines and committee charters. Oversee compliance projects as necessary, including policy/procedure management, data privacy efforts and compliance training. Provide guidance for and liaise with company-owned international operations on compliance matters. Research and provide guidance on Credit Agreement-related topics; assist with associated debt compliance and reporting obligations. Assist with review of vendor/supplier contract documents and advise business teams as to risks and terms. Assist with special projects. J.D. required. Florida Bar Admission required. Experience drafting and reviewing minutes, resolutions and Board and Committee meeting materials. Experience with subsidiary governance matters. Experience working with confidential and sensitive matters. High attention to detail required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel - Corporate
Refer job# XODO150947
 
Associate General Counsel - Corporate The candidate will work closely with General Counsel and others on legal and executive leadership teams on a broad range of strategic and tactical transactions and legal initiatives, including supporting other members of the legal team with corporate, transactional, M&A, regulatory, compliance and corporate governance matters. Principal Responsibilities: Supporting the legal team as a corporate generalist. Supporting insurance distribution activities, including drafting, negotiating and overseeing outside counsel's assistance with confidentiality agreements, broker of record agreements, client and vendor agreements, insurance carrier appointments and other insurance-related documents and agreements. Assisting with legal due diligence activities. Assisting with legal compliance activities. Assisting with legal operations activities. Using independent judgment and discretion in drafting, reviewing, interpreting, and negotiating a variety of contracts and other legal documents related to our core business. Advising business teams on compliance with BRP legal policies and procedures. Assisting in the review and development of contract templates and forms in the areas of sales, carrier appointments and corporate governance. Assisting the legal team to respond to inquiries from applicable state regulators. Assisting with regulatory, compliance and corporate governance matters generally.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree and licensed to practice law. Should have 1-3 years of experience at a leading national law firm and/or public company in-house department with corporate or insurance-related experience. Must have excellent communication skills (verbal and written) with the ability to develop shared objectives while influencing and persuading a broad range of individuals. Must be able to make sound judgment calls to give leadership and the partnership team leverage to ensure the best path to success. Should have exceptional problem-solving, organizational and analytical skills and demonstrated attention to detail that reflects well on the firm. Must demonstrates the organization's core values, exuding behavior that is aligned with the firm's culture.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Vp/corporate Counsel
Refer job# RBIS150972
 
VP/Corporate Counsel The candidate's position will include transactional, advisory and compliance work. Will report to the EVP Capital markets and Strategic Opportunities. Will work across the commercial enterprise providing legal advice on a broad range of topics. Includes drafting and reviewing business critical agreements, negotiating and providing advice on corporate governance, IP, privacy and data security, human resources, and real estate acquisition matters, and ensure compliance with timeshare and promotional marketing laws, rules, and regulations. Duties and Responsibilities: Provide day-to-day and mission-critical legal support of the company's business operations. Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts. Draft and maintain intercompany agreements. Identifies and participates in the definition and development of policies, procedures and programs which address areas of risk and ensure compliance with the law. Educates senior managements on risks and mitigates risks through implementation of appropriate measures such as the careful review, negotiation, drafting and administration of agreements and other legal documents. Manage corporate policies and procedures, standard terms and conditions and the corporate compliance functions. Be the legal representative for the company in important matters, including mergers and acquisitions. Provide regulatory advice and maintain corporate formalities of company entities, and prepare organizational documents and corporate actions. Advise and oversee data protection and privacy matters. Maintain working knowledge of changes to legislation which impact company policies and processes, including timeshare operations and promotional marketing programs. Make recommendations for process changes to ensure compliance. Address regulatory issues and compliance policies and procedures with outside counsel where appropriate. Manage outside legal counsel on other matters. Provide advice and support in a wide array of practice areas and special projects as needed. Other duties as assigned. Should have a strong understanding of real estate and timeshare law and will have extensive experience in drafting and negotiating agreements and preparing and supporting compliance of promotional marketing programs. Must be a graduate of an accredited United States law school with a bar admission in good standing. Timeshare experience a must. 3-5 years of significant and substantive experience practicing business/corporate/real estate law; in-house preferred. License to practice law in the State of Florida required. Timeshare compliance and overseeing compliance with promotional marketing laws and regulations preferred. Experience partnering with senior management to understand their needs and to develop strategies to meet company needs.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Employment Law
Refer job# RPUG150988
 
Corporate Counsel - Employment Law The candidate will manage labor and employment issues throughout the US. Partner directly with the Human Resources team and business functions to provide employment-related legal advice and services for the Company. Manage, train and develop direct reports. Provide practical, timely and thorough legal guidance and counseling on a range of employment issues including: recruiting; hiring; employee relations; discipline and terminations; internal investigations; leaves of absence; wage and hour compliance; disability accommodation; labor relations; union organizing campaigns; EEO compliance; and performance management. Managing litigation, government agency investigations, proactive training, and administrative charges as well as the assessment, selection, and supervision of outside counsel. Oversee or conduct investigations related to alleged violations of company policies, laws, and regulations. Investigate and defend state and federal charges of discrimination, wage/hour audits and other regulatory complaints, including preparation of position statements and other responsive documents. Drafting of employment, settlement and separation agreements. Assist in development and presentation of education and training materials. Assist in employment-related aspects of company special projects such as mergers/acquisitions, as well as reductions in force and location closings (e.g., severance, WARN Act). Support preparation of materials for quarterly reporting up of employment law and compliance matters to senior executive leadership and Compliance Committee. Assist and provide guidance in crisis management situations. Advise and update the business about changes in Federal, state and local laws and regulations (Title VII, FMLA, FLSA, ADEA, ADA, etc.), including updating policies and handbooks, as necessary. Management of employment litigation budget and outside counsel spend. Perform records research, and legal and factual research and prepare memorandums of findings, as necessary. Organize and track case files in legal database reporting system (including preparation of written reports such as claims and litigation holds and reports).

The candidate should have 7+ years of legal experience, with a mix of corporate law firm and in-house experience is preferred. Florida Bar member in good standing, required. Some private practice litigation experience is preferred. Strong organizational, analytical, practical problem-solving, and critical-thinking skills, as well as the ability to identify risk. Common sense and ability to demonstrate sound judgment even in ambiguous situations. High level of interpersonal skills, ability to work with and influence peers and senior management, and ability to work in a proactive and service-oriented manner. Self-motivated with critical attention to detail, deadlines and reporting. Ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Prioritize and manage multiple projects at once, efficiently manage a large caseload. Strong written and oral communication skills. Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information. Ability to travel and work extended hours when necessary and willingness to be available during restaurant operating hours to give immediate guidance as needed. Proficient at budgeting and project management (from conception to completion) skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Transactions
Refer job# EIPG151000
 
Corporate Counsel - Transactions The candidate reports to: Chief Legal and Administrative Officer. Would primarily be focused on corporate mergers and acquisitions (including associated due diligence and document drafting). He/she would also work closely with other members of the legal and executive leadership teams on a broad range of projects and legal initiatives as needs arise (including supporting other members of the legal team with corporate, transactional, regulatory, compliance and corporate governance matters). Assist with Company mergers and acquisitions. Assist Company Legal and M&A teams in preparation of letters of intent, term sheets and analysis of transaction opportunities. Drafting of acquisition and related agreements. Assist with legal due diligence activities. Assist in review and preparation of disclosure schedules. Assist with development and implementation of integration plans. Support Company commercial business activities by using independent judgment and discretion in drafting, reviewing, interpreting, and negotiating a variety of contracts and other legal documents (including drafting and negotiating agreements, client and vendor agreements, consulting agreements, software license and service agreements, insurance carrier appointments and other insurance-related documents and agreements). Advising business teams on compliance with AmeriLife legal policies and procedures, as well as, assisting with regulatory, compliance and corporate governance matters generally. Assist in corporate secretary functions, including drafting meeting minutes, written consents and development of meeting agendas. Identify proactive solutions that will eliminate or mitigate risks. Analyze legacy contracts to determine applicable terms, conditions, and growth opportunities. Handle complex, significant matters that cut across legal and related areas. Keep abreast of legislative or regulatory changes. Anticipate issues and estimate risks strategically. Base each decision-making process on ethics and integrity. Bachelor's Degree, and Juris Doctor Degree from an ABA Accredited Law School required. License to practice law in at least one state (preferably Florida) required. 2-5 years of transactional legal experience (whether with mergers & acquisitions (M&A), real estate closings, securities offerings or commercial finance closings) with a regionally or nationally recognized law firm and/or an in-house legal department preferred. Strong project management skills, including the ability to prioritize, balance, and manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NREJ150795
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Provide expert and strategic legal advice to senior management on all legal based matters across the business. Anticipate legal issues or potential risks to the business, estimate risks and make appropriate strategic recommendations. Draft concise agreements that minimize risks. Keep abreast of legislative changes and proactively makes recommendations for policy changes accordingly to protect the business. Effectively negotiate with external parties where required on legal based business matters. Attract, develop, direct, motivate, and drive high performance across direct reports.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Member of a State Bar. 1-2 years professional legal experience, including law firm and in-house legal. Generalist and broad legal knowledge in all relevant areas (e.g. corporate & labor law, litigation, etc.). Ability to develop legal strategy and set objectives in line with the business direction and needs. High degree of professional ethics, integrity and gravitas. Excellent interpersonal, and communication skills in the English language.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Florida - Corporate Counsel - M&A
Refer job# MWJB25586
 
Corporate Counsel - M&A
The candidate will provide legal support, counseling and review of due diligence, including title and survey review, in connection with M&A transactions. Will prepare and negotiate of purchase and sale agreements. Handle general due diligence review. Review title commitments, exceptions and surveys. Resolve title/survey problems and answer title/survey questions. Review, draft and negotiate ground leases, tenant leases, easements and other documents in connection with M&A transactions. Engage and coordinate local counsel as necessary. Assist with post-closing issues as they related to tower sites acquired. Other projects and duties as assigned. May direct activities of administrative support staff and legal assistants as assigned by Associate General Counsel, the Vice President of M&A, and General Counsel.

The candidate should have B.A./B.S. and J.D. degree. Current Bar admittance in respective state is required. Must have 4-6 years of experience in corporate matters and real estate transactions including, ability to prepare and negotiate purchase and sale agreements, title and survey review and landlord tenant relations. Knowledge of finance and general corporate matters are strongly preferred. Ability to read and write Spanish or Portuguese is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Florida - Corporate Tax Manager
Refer job# 9GZ525171
 
Corporate Tax Manager
The candidate will be responsible for the delivery of a full range of tax services for multiple clients in a wide variety of industries. Responsibilities include interacting closely with clients to provide innovative tax planning, consulting, and compliance expertise; providing primary and secondary review of complex tax returns; developing and managing staff; and working closely with partners and staff on client management, practice development, and business development activities. Will manage, direct, and monitor multiple client services teams on client engagements; plan, execute, direct, and complete tax projects in a wide variety of industries; provide innovative tax planning, consulting, and compliance expertise to clients; and manage to budget. Manage, develop, train, and mentor staff on tax projects and assess performance for engagement and year-end reviews. Conduct primary and secondary review of complicated or complex income tax returns including Corporate, S-Corp., partnership, and individual clients. Maintain active communication with clients to manage expectations, ensure satisfaction, make sure deadlines are met, and lead change efforts effectively. Consult, work with, and service client to make recommendations on business and process improvement and serve as a business advisor to client.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting. CPA, Master's in Taxation, LL.M. in Taxation, or J.D. degree is needed. Must have 5-7 years of progressive federal tax consulting and/or compliance experience in public accounting or a combination of corporate and public accounting experience. Experience in Corporate, S-Corp. and/or Partnership returns is required. Should have excellent analytical, technical, and tax accounting/technology skills with proficiency in US GAAP, tax compliance, corporate consolidated returns, consolidated federal tax returns, partnership returns, and combined state tax returns.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

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