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Houston office seeks restructuring and insolvency partner having 10+ years of experience. The candidate should preferably have experience representing various stakeholders in chapter 11 business cases and out of court restructurings, including senior lenders, corporate debtors, creditors and equity committees, and liquidating trusts. Must have a portable business.
This is the Houston office of a law firm that has international offices in Europe, Russia, and beyond. Attorneys work hard in a friendly atmosphere and are rewarded with extremely competitive salaries and hefty bonuses. Specific areas of law practiced in the Virginia office include real estate finance and land use, aviation law, communications law, tax, trust and estate planning, and a wide range of litigation. They also have a significant practice in the areas of corporate finance and intellectual property rights.
Well respected national firm is seeking a bankruptcy partner for their Houston office. Experience could include bankruptcy litigation, work-outs, distressed debts, etc. Manageable rates make this firm an attractive choice for candidates seeking to leverage existing or potential clients who need a more conservative rate structure. Candidates must have portable business. Candidates who did not have a full book are also encouraged to apply.
This very large international firm represents many Fortune 500 companies as well as major financial institutions and government entities. The firm has a very large labor and employment practice and also handles virtually all types of transactional and litigation matters. Billable hours requirement are reasonable, so attorneys are able to have lives outside of the office. The environment at the firm is casual and friendly, and attorneys frequently work with members of other departments. Associates are allowed to choose their own specialties and the specific work that they are interested in. Pro bono work is encouraged is considered as billable time.