The lawyer will be in charge of the company’s legal affairs. They will have to handle agreements for Canadian and international clients, draft the company’s legal documentation, represent the company during certain negotiations and act as legal counsel.
More specifically, you will have to:
- Draft and revise all legal internal contracts
- Revise client contracts based on Canadian and/or international laws
- Handle follow ups directly with clients and/or certain collaborators
- Negotiate litigious clauses, if needed
- Perform legal research on various international laws
- Communicate with rigor and diligence about the progression of various ongoing cases
- Manage different affairs pertinent to his field of expertise
- Other tasks pertinent to the context of business law
- Be a member (in good standing) of the Quebec Bar (Barreau du Québec)
- 3-5 years pertinent experience, with a focus on drafting contracts
- Experience in the entertainment industry
- Proficiency in trade law and Canadian business law
- Knowledge of labor law and international laws, specifically those of Hong Kong
- Bilingual (native speaker level – English and French)
- Excellent aptitudes for drafting legal contracts
- Mastery of the MS Office Suite
- Experience in negotiating and knowledge of a third language (asset)
- Reliable, excellent legal and analytical sense
- Ability to establish priorities, work under pressure and with tight deadlines
- Attention to detail, intellectual curiosity, skilled in legal research
- Professional, self-directed and versatile
- Able to work in a team in an open/shared work space
- Employee status: Permanent
- Work schedule: Flexible, 3 to 4 days a week
- Salary: To be discussed, based on experience and competences
- Shared workspace, allowing swift and simple communication with colleagues
You are interested by this challenge and you have the required qualifications?
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We are looking forward to make you live the Samajam experience!
Only selected candidates will be contacted.
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