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Associate General Counsel - Real Estate And Finance

Chicago IL Associate General Counsel - Real Estate and Finance Responsibilities: Structure, draft, negotiate, manage and close: transactions and documentation relating to anchor store and big box development, including retail, multi-family and office leases, ground leases, sales, acquisitions, land swaps, subdivisions, reciprocal easement agreements, declarations of covenants and conditions, development agreements, supplemental agreements, easement and license agreements and an array of other development related agreements. transactions and sale agreements for individual and multi-property / portfolio acquisitions and dispositions and coordinate all aspects of the transaction and closing process, including conducting due diligence, monitoring contingencies, reviewing and preparing title objections, conducting title and survey and environmental reviews, clearing title and survey matters, and prepare closing documents. sophisticated real estate finance transactions through closing, including individual and portfolio mortgage loans, construction loans, mezzanine loans, corporate facilities, and loan servicing matters. Structure, draft, negotiate and review: joint venture agreements, contribution agreements, and property management and leasing agreements. big-box retail leases with sophisticated national tenants. commercial condominium documents, planned unit developments, zoning changes and variances, entitlement procurement, annexation agreements, municipal financing and incentive agreements, subdivision agreements, and development agreements for both retail and mixed-use projects. Conduct documentation research of rights, obligations and restrictions contained in existing leases, reciprocal easement agreements and other complex property agreements, and provide both technical and practical analysis and recommendations to internal clients concerning legal issues, including preparation of documentation necessary to secure third party approvals. Select, retain, and manage the activities of outside counsel as necessary to effectively leverage expertise, including oversight of transactions and documents and review of legal fee budgets and staffing.

Qualifications: A JD Degree from a leading law school, with proven academic success. 6+ years of relevant transactional and commercial real estate experience with a law firm and/or corporation. Proven ability to independently, and on a "first-chair" basis, structure, draft, negotiate, manage and close sophisticated real estate, development and financing transactions. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and strong negotiation ability, with an eye toward pragmatic, mutually beneficial outcomes. Excellent interpersonal skills, with an ability to interface with colleagues at all levels, by virtue of professional competence, personal integrity, and personal style. Outstanding client management skills, with an ability to inspire confidence and trust with a variety of clients. Proven ability to handle stressful situations, a diverse and high volume workload, and provide client service in a calm and professional manner. Flexibility and strong analytic and problem solving ability. Ability to work both independently and within a team environment. Proven success in managing multiple tasks and priorities.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-20

Commerical Dealer Finance Attorney

Detroit MI Commercial Dealer Finance Attorney The candidate is responsible for supporting business centers throughout the United States in a variety of aspects of commercial lending to automobile dealerships and supporting firm's executive offices in developing strategy, policies and procedures relating to the commercial lending organization. Reviewing, drafting and negotiating various loan agreements and contracts; drafting or reviewing letters, notices, and other forms; structuring transactions; and managing default, workout, bankruptcy and other collection, repossession and creditors' rights issues. Other duties include: conducting legal research, and managing outside counsel. Serves as trusted advisor and valued business partner to individuals and business teams, including senior leadership. Demonstrates a track record of empathy and credibility. Maintains confidentiality and acts with integrity. Offers creative solutions to sensitive issues using multi-disciplined approach. Effectively manages sensitive and complex issues that impact Ally. Works in a collegian manner with other Legal Staff colleagues, accepts direction from Legal Staff leadership, and demonstrates effectiveness and clarity in conveying legal advice. Balances competing client needs in a fast-paced environment.

The candidate must have a Law Degree from a reputable law school and strong academic record. Membership in good standing in Michigan Bar, or appropriately licensed in other jurisdiction is needed. 3 + years progressive experience in one or more of the following areas commercial lending (inventory finance, real estate, term loans, revolving lines); Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code; Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy laws; Business transactions; Lender liability, preferably at a large law firm is required. Excellent legal analysis and legal writing skills are must. Strong communication skills -- listening, verbal and written are needed. Demonstrated experience developing creative solutions to address legal challenges is required. Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously in a timely manner is necessary.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18

Senior Counsel, Auto Finance

Farmington Hills MI Senior Counsel, Auto Finance Duties: May manage paralegal and administrative staff, assigning responsibilities and evaluating results. Provides leadership, coaching, counseling and guidance to staff. Supervises external counsel providing advice or other legal services of the Company. Works closely with General Counsel, department attorneys and external legal counsel on specific legal issues related to the Companys business. Gives practical support and assistance to contemporaries, junior attorneys and staff; volunteers expert advice and experience; verifies that the information has been understood. Serves in one or more permanent or ad hoc practice groups or cross-practice teams of attorneys and staff. Assists in the management of expenditures for external counsel. Advises lines of business on best practices that help minimize legal and litigation risk. May assist General Counsel in developing and managing departmental budget for both internal and external legal spend. Anticipates client needs; deals with complex legal issues; clearly delivers difficult messages without jeopardizing client relationships. Gives pragmatic legal opinions with reasons and rationale. Provides advice in ambiguous situations; identifies and prevents future legal risks; identifies and takes action on future opportunities. Resolves most situations where conflicts arise between the needs and desires of specific business units and the interests of the Company without requiring intervention of more senior attorneys. Participates in special projects and performs additional duties as required.

Qualifications: Bachelors degree required. JD Degree from an Accredited Law School required. 10+ Years of related experience. Extensive experience with federal consumer credit laws and regulations, such as Truth in Lending Act, Reg. Z, Equal Credit Opportunity Act, Reg. B, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, E-sign Act, Reg. E, ACH rules, Service members Civil Relief Act and Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. Well-versed in state retail installment sales (primarily relating to motor vehicle financing), indirect finance model, retail credit, risk operations, fraud, identity theft, fair lending, pricing, scorecards, and originations. Demonstrates highest professional ethical and behavioral standards and complies with all applicable Bar Rules and Codes of Professional Responsibility, and corporate ethical and behavioral standards. Strong knowledge of at least one area of law relating to banking/financial services operations and issues. Integrity and high moral standards. Strong negotiation and conflict resolution skills. Strong legal and analysis skills. Detail oriented. Must be able to apply legal knowledge to the business. Ability to exercise sound judgment. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Strong teamwork and client skills. Highly motivated. Ability to provide difficult, complex and unwelcomed legal advice credibly and convincingly to management.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-17

Director, Senior Attorney- Corporate Finance

Fort Worth TX Director, Senior Attorney- Corporate Finance The candidate will be a transactional attorney in the Corporate Finance section of the American Airlines Legal Department. The primary function of the Corporate Finance section is to support the American Airlines Treasury Department, including its Corporate Finance, Banking and Fleet Transactions groups. The Corporate Finance sections practice areas include (1) aircraft finance, including mortgage and sale/leaseback financings and operating leases, and the issuance of equity, unsecured debt and debt secured by aircraft or other assets, including pass-through certificates and enhanced equipment trust certificates (EETCs), (2) secured term loan and revolving credit facilities and (3) tax-exempt financing of airport facilities. In addition, the section provides practical, compliant and strategic legal advice in connection with American Airlines aircraft purchase agreements, share repurchase and derivatives programs, and surety matters. The section also strategically and in a cost-effective manner, manages and partners with outside counsel in financing and securities laws matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from an ABA-accredited law school, with excellent academic credentials. Must be active member in good standing of the bar of at least one state. Should have 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney in the negotiation and documentation of secured and unsecured loan transactions, including experience at a top-tier law firm and/or major corporation. Must have strong interpersonal, negotiation, consultative and facilitation skills. Prior experience with aircraft finance and leasing, secured and unsecured debt and tax-exempt bond financings, and U.S. securities laws is desirable.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-14
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In-House,Cross River Bank
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Senior Compliance Analyst The candidate primary role ensures that the Cross River meets lending obligations. The role also assists in the overall compliance efforts by assisting in customer/commercial due diligence and risk assessments. Ensure the B... + read more

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Senior Director, Associate General Counsel ? Commercial Bank, Real Estate
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Associate General Counsel - Real Estate And Finance
Refer job# CEZS142608
 
Associate General Counsel - Real Estate and Finance Responsibilities: Structure, draft, negotiate, manage and close: transactions and documentation relating to anchor store and big box development, including retail, multi-family and office leases, ground leases, sales, acquisitions, land swaps, subdivisions, reciprocal easement agreements, declarations of covenants and conditions, development agreements, supplemental agreements, easement and license agreements and an array of other development related agreements. transactions and sale agreements for individual and multi-property / portfolio acquisitions and dispositions and coordinate all aspects of the transaction and closing process, including conducting due diligence, monitoring contingencies, reviewing and preparing title objections, conducting title and survey and environmental reviews, clearing title and survey matters, and prepare closing documents. sophisticated real estate finance transactions through closing, including individual and portfolio mortgage loans, construction loans, mezzanine loans, corporate facilities, and loan servicing matters. Structure, draft, negotiate and review: joint venture agreements, contribution agreements, and property management and leasing agreements. big-box retail leases with sophisticated national tenants. commercial condominium documents, planned unit developments, zoning changes and variances, entitlement procurement, annexation agreements, municipal financing and incentive agreements, subdivision agreements, and development agreements for both retail and mixed-use projects. Conduct documentation research of rights, obligations and restrictions contained in existing leases, reciprocal easement agreements and other complex property agreements, and provide both technical and practical analysis and recommendations to internal clients concerning legal issues, including preparation of documentation necessary to secure third party approvals. Select, retain, and manage the activities of outside counsel as necessary to effectively leverage expertise, including oversight of transactions and documents and review of legal fee budgets and staffing.

Qualifications: A JD Degree from a leading law school, with proven academic success. 6+ years of relevant transactional and commercial real estate experience with a law firm and/or corporation. Proven ability to independently, and on a "first-chair" basis, structure, draft, negotiate, manage and close sophisticated real estate, development and financing transactions. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and strong negotiation ability, with an eye toward pragmatic, mutually beneficial outcomes. Excellent interpersonal skills, with an ability to interface with colleagues at all levels, by virtue of professional competence, personal integrity, and personal style. Outstanding client management skills, with an ability to inspire confidence and trust with a variety of clients. Proven ability to handle stressful situations, a diverse and high volume workload, and provide client service in a calm and professional manner. Flexibility and strong analytic and problem solving ability. Ability to work both independently and within a team environment. Proven success in managing multiple tasks and priorities.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Commerical Dealer Finance Attorney
Refer job# QUGA142560
 
Commercial Dealer Finance Attorney The candidate is responsible for supporting business centers throughout the United States in a variety of aspects of commercial lending to automobile dealerships and supporting firm's executive offices in developing strategy, policies and procedures relating to the commercial lending organization. Reviewing, drafting and negotiating various loan agreements and contracts; drafting or reviewing letters, notices, and other forms; structuring transactions; and managing default, workout, bankruptcy and other collection, repossession and creditors' rights issues. Other duties include: conducting legal research, and managing outside counsel. Serves as trusted advisor and valued business partner to individuals and business teams, including senior leadership. Demonstrates a track record of empathy and credibility. Maintains confidentiality and acts with integrity. Offers creative solutions to sensitive issues using multi-disciplined approach. Effectively manages sensitive and complex issues that impact Ally. Works in a collegian manner with other Legal Staff colleagues, accepts direction from Legal Staff leadership, and demonstrates effectiveness and clarity in conveying legal advice. Balances competing client needs in a fast-paced environment.

The candidate must have a Law Degree from a reputable law school and strong academic record. Membership in good standing in Michigan Bar, or appropriately licensed in other jurisdiction is needed. 3 + years progressive experience in one or more of the following areas commercial lending (inventory finance, real estate, term loans, revolving lines); Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code; Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy laws; Business transactions; Lender liability, preferably at a large law firm is required. Excellent legal analysis and legal writing skills are must. Strong communication skills -- listening, verbal and written are needed. Demonstrated experience developing creative solutions to address legal challenges is required. Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously in a timely manner is necessary.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel, Auto Finance
Refer job# RBJP142504
 
Senior Counsel, Auto Finance Duties: May manage paralegal and administrative staff, assigning responsibilities and evaluating results. Provides leadership, coaching, counseling and guidance to staff. Supervises external counsel providing advice or other legal services of the Company. Works closely with General Counsel, department attorneys and external legal counsel on specific legal issues related to the Companys business. Gives practical support and assistance to contemporaries, junior attorneys and staff; volunteers expert advice and experience; verifies that the information has been understood. Serves in one or more permanent or ad hoc practice groups or cross-practice teams of attorneys and staff. Assists in the management of expenditures for external counsel. Advises lines of business on best practices that help minimize legal and litigation risk. May assist General Counsel in developing and managing departmental budget for both internal and external legal spend. Anticipates client needs; deals with complex legal issues; clearly delivers difficult messages without jeopardizing client relationships. Gives pragmatic legal opinions with reasons and rationale. Provides advice in ambiguous situations; identifies and prevents future legal risks; identifies and takes action on future opportunities. Resolves most situations where conflicts arise between the needs and desires of specific business units and the interests of the Company without requiring intervention of more senior attorneys. Participates in special projects and performs additional duties as required.

Qualifications: Bachelors degree required. JD Degree from an Accredited Law School required. 10+ Years of related experience. Extensive experience with federal consumer credit laws and regulations, such as Truth in Lending Act, Reg. Z, Equal Credit Opportunity Act, Reg. B, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, E-sign Act, Reg. E, ACH rules, Service members Civil Relief Act and Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. Well-versed in state retail installment sales (primarily relating to motor vehicle financing), indirect finance model, retail credit, risk operations, fraud, identity theft, fair lending, pricing, scorecards, and originations. Demonstrates highest professional ethical and behavioral standards and complies with all applicable Bar Rules and Codes of Professional Responsibility, and corporate ethical and behavioral standards. Strong knowledge of at least one area of law relating to banking/financial services operations and issues. Integrity and high moral standards. Strong negotiation and conflict resolution skills. Strong legal and analysis skills. Detail oriented. Must be able to apply legal knowledge to the business. Ability to exercise sound judgment. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Strong teamwork and client skills. Highly motivated. Ability to provide difficult, complex and unwelcomed legal advice credibly and convincingly to management.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Director, Senior Attorney- Corporate Finance
Refer job# CEIP142465
 
Director, Senior Attorney- Corporate Finance The candidate will be a transactional attorney in the Corporate Finance section of the American Airlines Legal Department. The primary function of the Corporate Finance section is to support the American Airlines Treasury Department, including its Corporate Finance, Banking and Fleet Transactions groups. The Corporate Finance sections practice areas include (1) aircraft finance, including mortgage and sale/leaseback financings and operating leases, and the issuance of equity, unsecured debt and debt secured by aircraft or other assets, including pass-through certificates and enhanced equipment trust certificates (EETCs), (2) secured term loan and revolving credit facilities and (3) tax-exempt financing of airport facilities. In addition, the section provides practical, compliant and strategic legal advice in connection with American Airlines aircraft purchase agreements, share repurchase and derivatives programs, and surety matters. The section also strategically and in a cost-effective manner, manages and partners with outside counsel in financing and securities laws matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from an ABA-accredited law school, with excellent academic credentials. Must be active member in good standing of the bar of at least one state. Should have 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney in the negotiation and documentation of secured and unsecured loan transactions, including experience at a top-tier law firm and/or major corporation. Must have strong interpersonal, negotiation, consultative and facilitation skills. Prior experience with aircraft finance and leasing, secured and unsecured debt and tax-exempt bond financings, and U.S. securities laws is desirable.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

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