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Corporate Associate – General Corporate And M&a

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type


Date Last Verified

Oct 20, 2021

Valid Through

Feb 02, 2022

Posted on

Mar 02, 2021

Years of Experience

Min 1 yrs required


Washington, DC, United States

Employment Type



Practice Area
Corporate >> Corporate - General
Corporate >> Corporate - M&A
Corporate >> Corporate - Securities and Capital Markets
Corporate >> Corporate - Venture Capital
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Corporate Associate – General Corporate and M&A
The candidate ‘will provide the associate with an opportunity to work with the firm’s small and large business clients on sophisticated transactions in a wide variety of industry sectors. Will work regularly with talented attorneys in a wide variety of practice areas across the firm’s five offices. Should be an experienced mid-level or senior associate to join its Business Group. Must have a strong background with entity selection and formation, organizational and governance structures, managing day-to-day matters for small and large businesses, and moderate to extensive experience with merger and acquisition transactions. Public company, capital markets, securities, and/or venture capital experience is a plus.

Additional info

Job ID: 1105

Company info

Connie McEachern
Foster Garvey PC
Second Seneca Building
1191 Second Avenue,18th Floor
Seattle, WA 98101

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