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Location Massachusetts - Waltham
Job ID QJCK141105
Corporate - Securities and Capital MarketsCorporate - M&A
Waltham office of our client seeks senior corporate attorney with 7-10 years of experience representing clients in a range of corporate, securities and business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, financings (debt and equity) and general corporate matters. The candidate should have experience with formation and funding of emerging growth companies, private equity investments, general corporate counseling and a wide variety of transactions. Experience in a robust corporate law practice is required.
The candidate should have excellent oral and written communications skills. Must have commitment to provide high quality client service. Should have ability to work both independently and as part of a larger collaborative team and to mentor and develop less experienced team members. Strong academic credentials are needed.
This Massachusetts-based law firm has two offices in the state and specializes in all aspects of business law. It concentrates on five key areas of practice, namely corporate law, intellectual property law, licensing-strategic alliances, employment & immigration law, and taxation. The firm is comprised of a significantly large group of highly skilled attorneys and has, over the years, received notable mention in numerous industry publications.
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225 Franklin Street, 26th floorBoston,Massachusetts 02110
Phone (857) 277-7381
Fax (213) 895-7306
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