$100K — $150K *
Reviews and approves complex real estate transactions, including drafting and approving lease and purchase agreements and acquisition related documents, such as amendments, restrictive covenants, and utility easements.
Analyzes and interprets property and lease documents to determine rights and remedies available to the Company.
Drafts, reviews, and negotiates contracts for the Company, including, service agreements, non-disclosure agreements, confidentiality agreements, statement of work agreements, agreements for goods and order forms. Partners and advises with internal management and staff to assist in the negotiation of various contracts.
Prepares and drafts organizational documents for new corporate entities.
Plays a support role in strategic corporate transactions (such as franchise acquisitions and credit facility amendments), including due diligence, and drafting and negotiating relevant transaction documents.
Provides practical and strategic legal advice and guidance on corporate transactions and all aspects of third-party licensing agreements (inbound and outbound); manages outside counsel activities, as required.
Provides a wide range of franchise legal advice, counseling, and support services cross-functionally and to senior leadership, including Operations and Development teams.
Handles transactional matters such as negotiations and preparation of a variety of franchise-related agreements; ensures compliance with franchise-related agreements (defaults and terminations), policies, and procedures.
Prepares and reviews franchise sales and development materials such as the renewal and amendment of Franchise Disclosure Documents, review and consultation of development advertising, franchise presentations, recruitment materials, training, and other franchise communications.
Structures, drafts, reviews, and negotiates complex contracts, including reviewing and understanding regulations and statutes, and performing due diligence.
Identifies opportunities to minimize risks and process improvements and efficiencies.
Education - Bachelor's degree and Juris Doctorate degree required; licensed to practice law in the state of California.
Experience – 4-6 years’ experience working in a reputable law firm or corporate law department providing legal advice and counsel in transaction matters. Franchise law experience in the restaurant, retail, or hospitality industry helpful, but not required.
Valid through: 7/10/2021
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