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Big Law Partners, a revolutionary alternative model law firm, is currently looking to hire commercial real estate attorneys in Southern California with broad transactional expertise, including significant experience handling purchase & sale, financing, leasing, development, and joint venture matters. Candidates must have at least 5 years of law practice experience, including previous employment at an AmLaw 100 and/or Chambers and Partners USA rated law firm. Available pos... read more
The candidate will work closely with leadership to negotiate contracts, dissect and examine intricate legal and regulatory matters. Will tackle some of the toughest challenges shaping business. Draft, review and negotiate customer, vendor, contractor, confidentiality and other commercial agreements of varying complexity, to support all global business units (Technology, Infrastructure Operations, Sales, Finance, etc.). Identify and effectively communicate key... read more
Commercial and Corporate Credit Counsel
The candidate will support complex transactions and related matters. Will focus on supporting the Bank's Commercial Banking, Entertainment Finance, Warehouse/Structured Finance, Syndications, and other specialty transaction units. Must have 6+ years of relevant experience with substantive knowledge and experience. Should be a member of the California State Bar. An additional NY Bar license is a plus. Experience working as in-house co... read more
Real Estate Attorney
The candidate should have 3-5 years of real estate experience, emphasis on leasing, document preparation, contract interpretation, risk analysis, dispute resolution matters. Telecom experience is plus.
Intellectual Property Associate
The candidate must have 2+ years of experience. Should preferably have a background in electrical engineering, computer science, software engineering or physics. Experience in both litigation and prosecution a plus. USPTO admission is preferred.