Corporate Counsel, Transactional
This role will ideally be located in Boston, MA, however, the hiring manager may be flexible to placement in other locations.
We are seeking a highly qualified attorney to join our Corporate Legal Services M&A team to handle a variety of general corporate matters. Our team works on a range of strategic transactions including M&A, joint ventures agreements, strategic distribution agreements and venture financings as well as general corporate governance matters. The ideal candidate is someone who provides legal advice and carries out actions which have an impact upon the rights, privileges and responsibilities of the Company while maintaining high standards of legal and business ethics and professional responsibility.
- Provide high quality oral and written legal advice in a cost-effective manner to internal clients.
- Recommend practical courses of action to achieve client goals within the scope of what is legally permissible
- Manage teams of external counsel to drive deals to closure.
- Able to prioritize key issues and find pragmatic solutions to these issues.
- Representative duties include: Drafting and reviewing definitive and ancillary agreements (e.g. purchase agreements, non-disclosure agreements, distribution agreements, shareholders agreements, etc.); managing due diligence work flows; providing advice on general corporate matters
- May assign, direct and review the work of law clerks and paralegals
- May prepare and conduct training sessions for internal clients
- General experience working on deal teams and managing substantial components of transactions independently, preferably within the corporate department of a nationally or internationally recognized law firm.
- Strong understanding of mergers and acquisitions, venture financings and corporate governance is required.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills, client focus, managing multiple priorities and attention to detail
- Experience within the insurance industry a plus, but not required.
- Completion of law school with a J.D. and admission to the bar of at least one jurisdiction in the United States required.
- Generally, requires at least three years' experience as a practicing attorney.
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