Plunkett Cooney, one of the largest and most accomplished law firms in the Midwest, is seeking a mid-level attorney with 7 to 12 years to join our Columbus, Ohio office. The ideal candidate will have relevant experience in all aspects of CLO work, including cash flow lending, acquisition financing, and asset based transactions; preparation and review of documents, including opinion letters; familiarity with most types of security issues, particularly lien perfection issues and filing requirements; and familiarity with most types of loan related documents, including credit agreements, indemnities, UCC’s, guaranties, subordination agreements and inter-creditor agreements.
We are seeking a dynamic lawyer with solid banking and/or collaterized loan obligation experience, strong client relationship and interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to handle multiple priorities, articulate strategies, and propose course of actions.
To be considered, a candidate must have a portable book of business, but value is negotiable, hold a J.D. from an ABA-approved law school, and be good standing, as well as an active member of the Ohio Bar.
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Plunkett Cooney is one of the nation's largest law firms and provides an array of transactional and dispute resolution services. The firm employs more than 150 attorneys in Michigan, Indiana and Ohio and has achieved Martindale-Hubbell's highest rating - ...AV as a premiere legal services provider.
The firm continues to win awards as a great place to work. Consecutive annual top workplace honors by the Detroit Free Press and the Michigan Business & Professional Association acknowledge the firm's commitment to its employees and to the notion of creating a proactive and energetic work environment that fosters excellent client service. For example, American Lawyer Media has listed Plunkett Cooney for several consecutive years on its annual "Go-To"? Law Firms list, which is derived from the feedback of in-house corporate counsel at Fortune 500 companies.