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Mid-level Transactional Attorney

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Date Last Verified

Feb 20, 2020

Valid Through

Jun 04, 2020

Posted on

Dec 19, 2019

Years of Experience

3-5 yrs required


Tampa, FL, United States

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Practice Area
Corporate >> Corporate - General
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Mid-Level Transactional Attorney
The candidate Drafts, analyzes, and negotiates sponsorship agreements, product license/merchandise agreements, event license agreements, event services/management agreements, host city/venue agreements, employment agreements, independent contractor agreements, TV/media agreements, race-operations agreements, professional-athlete appearance agreements, liability waivers, NDAs, corporate-governance documents, and other types of agreements and legal documents. Works with business staff regarding legal issues relating to development of terms for, and negotiation of, agreements with domestic and international parties. Advises business staff on legal issues and risks, Contributes to the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal department processes. Should have Practiced law for 3 to 5 years (maximum) in corporate/business law (whether in-house, or at a law firm). Experience drafting and negotiating sponsorship and other sports/event-related agreements is preferred. Experience with corporate governance is preferred. Should have Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university. Should have Juris doctor degree from an accredited law school; Licensed to practice law within the U.S.

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Hiring Coordinator
2701 North Rocky Point Drive
Suite 1250
Tampa, FL 33607

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