Project Finance Attorney jobs in Washington, District Of Columbia
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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks project development and finance attorney with 3-4 years of experience.
The District of Columbia legal practice concentrates on business, litigation, and regulatory law issues in the federal government as well as the public sector. A team of well-established attorneys are employed at law office. Several DC attorneys are highly-skilled in government law matters. There are ten areas of practice. Antitrust, business transactions, corporate-securities law, energy, environmental, and government procurement-sanctions are a number of their practice disciplines.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks mid-level project finance attorney with 2-4 years of experience. The candidate must have experience in renewable energy tax credit transactions, as well as broad substantive exposure to a variety of energy matters. Should have extensive experience in representing and advising on structuring complex development and finance transactions, including equity and debt financing; preparing merger and acquisitions transactions; and negotiating complex transaction documents including power purchase agreements, equipment purchase and lease agreements, and credit agreements, among others. Must be in good standing and an active member of the Bar of the state in which the candidate is admitted to practice.
This national firm is getting bigger and better by the day--almost. Additions to this firm's national practice are always strategic and always positive. So thoughtful is this firm in its expansion, it is hard to identify one practice area that leads the pack in this large, full-service Washington office. Look to its intellectual property group to gain momentum in the near future, and start to make a significant contribution soon.Despite the firm's growth, it has managed to retain a calm, friendly but businesslike environment, a real plus to go along with the excellent pay and benefits.
Washington DC office is seeking a mid-level project finance attorney.
This firm, one of the largest in the United States, is riding high on the wave of the new Republican majority, and enjoying renewed prominence in the DC marketplace. This Washington office made a name for itself quickly by conforming its full service practice to what DC law firms do best -- a strong intellectual property patent prosecution and litigation department, as well as a strong federal regulatory department for their world-wide clientele. Associates bill long hours, but are well rewarded come bonus time, where productivity merits non-discretionary bonuses that match anyone. Benefits are equally good. Insiders rate this as one of the best places in DC to work.
Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks project finance attorney with 3-4 years of experience. Candidates must have strong competency in drafting and negotiating financing documents and/or project-related contracts such as EPCs, PPAs, etc. Experience in project finance is highly preferred. Candidates should also have top academic and firm credentials. Spanish or Korean speaking skills are a plus.
The age-old District of Columbia law office was launched seventy-seven years ago. The law practice has a strong global reach as well. Areas of concentration include project finance, corporate, antitrust, communications-technology, lobbying, tax, insurance-reinsurance, and environmental law. A significant group of well-informed attorneys and a competent support staff are employed at the legal practice. Communications; media-technology, agency finance, and renewable energy are a few of their practice industries.
DC office is seeking a seasoned aircraft financing attorney with 7-10 years of experience. Candidate should have hands-on experience negotiating, documenting and closing cross-border leasing and financing transactions.
This Washington DC-based firm was established more than 45 years ago, and the firm employs 22 proficient attorneys. Some of the areas of specialization are transportation, tax, and government contracts issues. Some of the practice areas include aviation, customs-trade, government contracts, and space law. This law firm is globally known for its legal expertise in aviation and general transportation industries. Community service participation is encouraged at the firm.