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Richmond office of our client seeks global technology and outsourcing attorney with 4+ years of experience in transactions. The candidate should have experience in the areas of complex commercial contracting, supply chain management, licensing, information technology or general corporate matters. Virginia Bar membership is preferred.
The venerable law practice was launched one-hundred and eleven years ago in Richmond, Virginia. A sizable group of two-hundred and fifty expert attorneys comprise the law office. Practice areas are across-the-board. Complex- multijurisdictional litigation, corporate governance, securities litigation, telecommunications, and employment matters are a number of their practice disciplines. The law practice embraces pro-bono work and community service. Attorneys participate in various community outreach events throughout the year.
Richmond office of our client seeks transactional attorney with 2-5 years of public finance, lending, tax experience.
This large Virginia office 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.
Richmond office of our client seeks staff regulatory compliance attorney with 1 year of legal experience. The candidate should preferably have work experience with any state and federal regulatory requirements and licensing schemes applicable to consumer-facing businesses. Previous focus on consumer law matters such as the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the Truth in Lending Act (TILA), the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), or state lending and retail installment sales act laws is preferred. Must be licensed to practice law in the U.S. and in good standing, with a preference for the Virginia State Bar.
This full-service Virginia law office is part of one of the largest law firms in Virginia. The firm excels in providing the sophisticated legal services required for success by business entities of all sizes, financial institutions, professional groups, non-profits, governments, governmental agencies and individuals. The firm offers a collegial work atmosphere and diverse opportunities for early associate responsibility. In addition, attorneys receive competitive pay, benefits, and bonuses.
Richmond office of our client seeks commercial leasing attorney with 5+ years of experience. The candidate will serve in the corporate healthcare transactions practice team. Must have experience in representing institutional property owners, private equity investors and corporate clients in connection with the commercial leasing of complex real estate assets and the master leasing of portfolios of properties. Exposure to matters involving senior healthcare related assets would be beneficial, as would involvement in transactions involving the acquisition and financing of complex real estate assets and general corporate transactions such as mergers and acquisitions.
This solid and growing firm (which recently acquired a smaller firm, bringing its total attorneys to over 200) does a good job of balancing the power center of the firm over its many locations throughout Virginia and up the East Coast. Although this firm practices every major area, the corporate section has been the most vital in recent years in terms of growth and development. The Virginia and DC offices work in concert many times for the best results. A small firm feel overall with a mid-sized regional presence, this firm will likely continue to establish its mark in the region.