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Description: Bankruptcy/Restructuring

Position: Associate

Notes: Firm is seeking an associate with 4-6 years of restructuring experience with a high level of familiarity with the Bankruptcy Code and Rules, and practical experience drafting pleadings and briefs. Litigation experience and transactional skills preferred.

This firm has 18 offices in Asia, Europe and North America and offers their clients a local understanding of business and the law combined with a global perspective, with clients in over 100 countries.

The firm advises financial institutions, public and private companies, emerging businesses and state and regulatory bodies on the largest and most complex corporate transactions, novel finance, litigation and tax matters.

Years Experience: (4 - 6)

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Bar Requirements: District of Columbia

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Location: USA - DC - Washington

Date Opened: 04/04/2018

Code: 4502797

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