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Location California - Palo Alto
Job ID 133O191165
Palo Alto office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks compensation and benefits attorney with 2-6 years of experience with the following aspects of: equity and executive compensation, proxy disclosures, employment and severance agreements, IRC Sections 280G and 409A, mergers and acquisitions, and IPOs.
The candidate should have excellent academic credentials and superior writing, oral communication and analytical skills.
Creative lawyering in a laid back environment is big draw for associates at this Amlaw firm. This California-based firm is highly regarded as one of the most innovative firms in the market. The firm is best known for its technology work and life sciences clients, and is generally recognized as the top legal provider for emerging companies. The California culture of the firm fosters a collaborative and social workplace, while the sophisticated training and meaningful attorney mentorship help develop associates into world class lawyers.
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Palo Alto office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm is seeking ajunior to mid-level executive compensation attorney. Candidate will handle all executive benefits and compensation aspects of transactions ranging from acquisitions and divestitures, to joint ventures, to securities offerings. Candidate will advice on employment and compensat....
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228 Hamilton Ave, 3rd FloorPalo Alto,California 94301
Phone (650) 752-1500
Fax (213) 895-7306
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