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ProfileSenior Counsel - Corporate and M&A The candidate will be functioning independently to manage all aspects of sophisticated corporate and M&A transactions, typically including cross-jurisdictional issues, including structuring transactions, drafting and negotiating term sheets and letters of intent, conducting and coordinating due diligence, negotiating transactions, drafting agreements, managing closings and post-acquisition integration, and effectively managing external advisers (including establishing and overseeing outside counsel budgets). Will be called upon to identify issues, develop and evaluate alternatives, provide advice and implement solutions in the context of complex and significant transactions. Will be supporting counsel on a wide range of general corporate matters such as financing and banking transactions, the establishment, maintenance, restructuring and liquidation of business divisions and subsidiaries. Collaborating with finance, treasury, tax and other teams on banking and investment matters, intercompany agreements, cross-border business and tax planning, and internal controls. Assisting in advising in managing compliance of SEC filings and other regulatory requirements and with debt and equity offerings. Providing legal advice and support to senior executives and internal stakeholders, including preparing board and executive committee materials, as required.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have Strong academic credentials with a J.D. Degree from a leading law school. admission to the NY Bar. Must have 4-7 years of experience practicing as an attorney with a national or international law firm and/or in-house legal department. Substantial experience advising on multi-jurisdictional strategic M&A, investments, corporate finance and corporate transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures, corporate reorganizations, joint ventures, equity investments and financings is required. Must have experience in drafting and negotiating commercial and other technology and information related contracts is desirable but not essential. Experience in assisting in the preparation of public company filings, including annual and quarterly reports, proxy statements and offering documents desirable. Experience in preparing presentations and management briefs for senior executives and boards desirable. Strong references required. Must have exceptional verbal and written communication skills and be comfortable and persuasive presenting findings and analysis of complex issues to members of senior management. Knowledge in intellectual property and commercial contract law desirable.
15 Inverness Way East
Englewood, CO 80112