Job ID: 9Q1I79223
Nashville office seeks corporate associate attorney preferably having experience advising clients on sophisticated business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, venture capital and securities matters. The candidate should preferably have experience in the areas of commercial finance and intellectual property, including trademark, copyright, licensing and privacy law. Evidence of a strong interest in Nashville is desired.
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Our downtown Nashville, TN client is seeking a Legal Assistant for their office on a temp to possible hire basis.
Work closely with a Senior Attorney and Associate Attorneys, providing daily administrative support
Heavy transcription, word processing and general correspondence
Electronic filing in Federal and State Courts.
Job ID: 4RLD79001
Nashville office seeks attorney having 3-5 years of general corporate and securities experience. The candidate should preferably have expertise in mergers and acquisitions, joint venture formation and capitalization and private placement of securities. Work covers all industries with a particular emphasis on health-care transactions.
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Feb 25 -
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