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Our client, a rapidly growing real estate investment company, is seeking an Assistant General Counsel for its Tampa Bay office. The successful candidate will have 3-5 years of substantive experience in commercial real estate, finance and/or corporate law matters. This is a unique opportunity to join a dynamic and growing business. If interested in learning more, please submit your resume in Word format with salary requirements.
All commercial real estate transactional and corporate matters, including acquisitions, joint ventures, financing, dispositions, contracts and commercial agreements.
Drafting, reviewing and negotiating purchase and sale agreements, financing documents and operating agreements.
Conducting commercial real estate closings and addressing closing-related issues.
Resolving matters related to limited partnership and limited liability company organizational governance and documentation.
Assisting the Chief Legal Officer in all compliance efforts to ensure the organization meets and maintains compliance and legal objectives.
Identifying and managing internal and outside legal resources as required to provide high-quality legal services at a reasonable cost.
Responding to questions on legal matters from other Company departments.
Developing and implementing legal policies, processes and forms to assist in maximizing speed and efficiency of the legal department.
J.D. from a highly respected law school.
Membership in good standing to The Florida Bar or the ability to register as an “authorized house counsel” pursuant to applicable Florida rules.
Approximately 3-5 years in private law practice or in-house, preferably with foundational training from a top-tier law firm in commercial real estate, corporate and financing matters.
High degree of agility, flexibility and an ability to accept a challenge and produce timely, high quality work in an intense, fast-paced, results-oriented environment.
Strong interpersonal, time management, organizational, and strategic planning skills.
Comfort coordinating and managing outside counsel.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to interact with and provide counsel to the Company’s executive team and other members of the organization.