Corporate Attorney jobs in Washington, District Of Columbia
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Washington, D.C., office of our client seeks mid-level corporate attorney with 3-6 years of mergers and acquisitions experience. The candidate should have experience in connection with mergers and acquisitions and other strategic transactions. Experience related to real estate investment trust transactions is a plus. Must possess a solid understanding of complex structural and corporate issues pertaining to acquisitions, divestitures, strategic alliances and similar corporate matters. Must be admitted to the D.C. Bar or be eligible to waive into the D.C. Bar.
This firm values diversity and boasts a progressive attitude towards associate life. Litigation in particular is strong in the mid-sized DC office. If you're fortunate enough to make it through the screening process, you'll join a select group in a firm known not only for great work but a collegial atmosphere.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level CBT shareholder attorney with relevant experience. The candidate will serve in the corporate and business transactions group's growing shareholder activism defense practice. Will advise public companies, as well as their boards of directors and special committees, in connection with preparing for and responding to activist shareholder campaigns, unsolicited takeover bids, proxy contests, consent solicitations, special meeting demands and other contests for corporate control. Advise clients regarding mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, securities regulation, NYSE and NASDAQ compliance and shareholder communications. Must have experience in securities regulation (particularly, the proxy rules of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and experience in preparing and commenting on proxy statements on Schedule 14A and reports on Schedule 13D), mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and NYSE and NASDAQ compliance. Prior experience in proxy contests, other shareholder activism matters and takeover defense is strongly preferred.
One of DC's most powerful firms is this one. Truly an international giant in every sense of the word, business and finance, M&A, labor law and litigation reign supreme here although the IP practice is coming into its own also. Like many other large firms attrition is high at times, but overall the associates here are well-credentialed and well paid. In DC, this firm's litigation section, especially with respect to technology and intellectual property disputes, tops the list in terms of prestige. However, this is one of the few firms that virtually guarantees great work and top-notch training, regardless of the practice area.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks corporate attorney with 3-4 years of experience in public company and private equity mergers and acquisitions work.
If a major corporation is involved in a front page dispute, chances are that this firm is handling the defense. The full service law firm is ultimately all about trial work, enticing hungry young associates from top law schools to join their offices. In Washington DC, you can be guaranteed that the serious fellow in the conference room is the CEO of a major corporation, although associates will spend a few years in the library before they get to meet him. Support staff, compensation, and office environment are all top of the line. The training program and relatively speedy partnership track are an added bonus as well.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks junior- to mid-level regulatory attorney with 2-4 years of experience.
The DC office of this large national firm seeks to strike a balance between lifestyle and its demanding clientele. This firm has particularly strong financial services and capital markets, as well as international trade, practices, and also a range of other smaller practice groups as well. If you are looking to work in a smaller and more intimate but full-service office of a large national firm, this is a firm to consider. This firm recruits attorneys with strong credentials and experience, but remains dedicated to maintaining a collegial and diverse atmosphere.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level nonprofit law attorney with 3 years of broad nonprofit corporate, federal tax-exemption, and transactional experience. The candidate will be providing outside counsel to a wide array of nonprofits in a busy, varied, high-paced, interesting, and highly regarded national practice. Must be eligible to waive into the DC Bar.
With a longtime DC presence, this strong and reputable firm takes an active role in community and pro bono activities. Recognizing the importance of longevity, this firm goes far to preserve its relationship with its associates. What does that mean for the firm employing hundreds of lawyers in a wide variety of practice areas? It means that associates are well trained and a family atmosphere is fostered. The firm is consistently ranked as one of the top 100 firms and generally considered a great place to work.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level attorney with 2+ years of experience working on bank regulatory matters covering existing, new and emerging financial products and services, and capital standards and safety and soundness issues. The candidate will join the regulatory and transactional practice of its Financial Institutions Litigation and Regulation Group. Will serve in domestic and international bank regulatory, FinTech, anti-money laundering, corporate governance, and financial and regulatory matters for US banks, US operations of non-US banks, broker-dealers and other financial institutions.
This is one of the world's largest and most geographically diverse law firms. The New York office plays a leading role in the firm's international activities, many of which are managed in coordination with the firm's lawyers resident in nearly a dozen locations around the world. This firm primarily focuses on business, litigation, and tax practice. Associate compensation is competitive with that of other top-quality international law firms, however, compensation arrangements are reviewed annually and associate salaries are based on merit and reflect the effectiveness and development of individual associates. This firm fosters a fast paced, hard working environment where training is minimal during associates first few years.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks corporate and securities attorney with 2-3 years of capital markets experience. The candidate should have experience in sophisticated corporate transactions, public and private securities offerings, corporate and securities law and corporate governance matters. Must have issuer-side experience working on public and private securities offerings as well as '33 Act and '34 Act filings and reports. Should have experience of advising clients with respect to corporate governance and general corporate matters. Familiarity with REITs is preferred.
The District of Columbia legal practice concentrates on government law matters. Practice areas are significant. Governmental affairs, federal procurement, global trade-investment, health-FDA business, litigation, government contracts, antitrust, insurance recovery-advisory, national defense, and homeland security. The law office staffs one-hundred and nine well-informed attorneys as well as governmental experts. They represent clients all around the world. Attorneys serve on varied non-profit boards and support a broad scope of community service and professional endeavors year long.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks attorney with 3-7 years of experience in advising public companies on securities regulation and corporate governance matters. The candidate must have experience advising on Exchange Act disclosure and filing requirements. Experience of working at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission or experience with stock exchange listing standards, institutional investor and proxy advisory firm guidelines and governance best practices is preferred.
This law firm is distinctively positioned for doing business in today's global marketplace and has a very strong reputation. The attorneys are very bright but ego is best left at the door.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level financial services attorney with 3+ years of banking experience at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System or in the Legal Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. The candidate must currently be licensed, or currently eligible to become licensed, to practice law.
This firm offers a diverse, challenging practice among a congenial, creative group of polished attorneys in a sophisticated yet relaxed setting. The firm offers numerous perks and is very diversity conscious. The firm is very selective, and a solid academic background from a top-ranking school typically is required; federal clerkships and law review also are highly valued.