New York Positions

Special Situations Group

The Special Situations Group of the Corporate Department is seeking a Boston or New York based mid-level associate. The ideal candidate will have 3-7 years of experience working with private funds and creditors on special situations transactions, including debt and equity investments in distressed companies, distressed asset acquisitions, purchases of loan portfolios and/or challenging financings. A successful candidate will have sophisticated experience in one or more of the following: finance, private equity or bankruptcy. Ropes & Gray is an equal opportunity employer.

Finance Group

The Finance Group of the Corporate Department is seeking a New York based mid to senior level associate (2 to 7 years of related experience) associate with sophisticated experience in leveraged financing transactions. Candidates must have solid experience representing private equity firms or banks providing financing to private equity firms in debt financing transactions. Candidates should demonstrate knowledge of credit agreements, high yield bond indentures, bridge facilities, commitment letters and term sheets, security and guarantee agreements and intercreditor and subordination agreements. Ropes & Gray is an equal opportunity employer.

Securities & Public Companies Group

The Securities & Public Companies Group of the Corporate Department are seeking a Boston or New York based junior to mid-level associate. The ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of experience in capital markets, corporate governance, and strategic mergers & acquisitions. In particular, candidates should have experience representing corporate issuers and major investment banks in all aspects of equity capital markets financings, mergers and acquisitions and advice to clients on compliance & corporate governance issues. Ropes & Gray is an equal opportunity employer.

Private Equity Group 

The Private Equity Group of the Corporate Department is seeking highly qualified associates for our Chicago, New York and San Francisco offices. The ideal candidate will have 3-7 years of experience advising private equity funds and their portfolio companies with respect to sophisticated public or private mergers and acquisitions, growth investments and other similar transactions, as well as general corporate matters. Ropes & Gray is an equal opportunity employer.

Health Care Group

The Health Care group of the Corporate Department is seeking a highly qualified junior associate to join our nationally recognized health care practice. Ideal candidates will have one to four years of broad transactional and regulatory experience in health care law. The ideal candidate would have exposure to Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute, False Claims Act, fraud and abuse compliance issues, HIPAA/HITECH privacy and security, managed care contracting, hospital/physician contracting and relationships including employment and practice acquisition.

Our lawyers provide advice on complex regulatory and compliance issues, assist with the structuring and negotiation of transactions, represent clients in government audits and investigations, implement a variety of contractual arrangements, and counsel clients on the full range of legal issues affecting the health care industry.

Ropes & Gray’s health care practice has represented clients from all sector of the global health care industry for over 40 years. Our clients include health care providers (hospitals, health care systems, academic medical centers, and large physician groups), ancillary service providers, manufacturers (pharma and medical devices) and investors.

Candidates should have excellent academic credentials and strong analytical, written, verbal and interpersonal skills. Top tier law firm experience with a background in health care is required. Ropes & Gray is an equal opportunity employer. 

Tax Group 

The Tax Group of the Tax & Benefits Department is seeking a mid-to-senior level associate with at least 4 years of experience to provide advice to a broad range of clients regarding the tax aspects of domestic and international transactions, private investment fund investments and formations, and transactional and investment planning for public and private companies and tax-exempt organizations. Ropes & Gray is an equal opportunity employer.

Benefits Group

The Benefits Group of the Tax & Benefits Department is seeking experienced associates (2-6 years of experience at a top-tier peer firm) to handle employee benefits and executive compensation matters. Ideal candidates would have sophisticated knowledge of M&A-related transactional benefits work, executive compensation, and traditional employee benefits experience, including retirement and health and welfare plans. Positions are available in Boston, New York, and Washington, DC. Ropes & Gray is an equal opportunity employer.

Labor and Employment Department

The Labor and Employment Department is seeking associates with at least two years of experience to join our group in a partnership-track position in either our Boston, New York, or San Francisco offices. Attorneys in this role will work on the labor and employment aspects of corporate transactions and draft and negotiate purchase agreements, employment agreements, restrictive covenant agreements, retention agreements, separation agreements, and other agreements in corporate deals. In addition, this attorney may spend a portion of his or her time on advice and counseling, executive compensation matters, employment litigation, and training. Applicants must have excellent attention to detail and strong interpersonal skills. Superlative academic and large law firm experience is preferred. Salary is commensurate with experience. Ropes & Gray LLP is an equal opportunity employer.

Career Attorney

The Labor and Employment Department is actively seeking a Career Attorney to join our group in either our Boston or New York office. Attorneys in this role will perform L&E due diligence on corporate transactions and draft and negotiate purchase agreements, employment agreements, restrictive covenant agreements, retention agreements, separation agreements, and the L&E provisions of other agreements in corporate deals. In addition, this attorney may spend a portion of his or her time on advice and counseling, executive compensation matters, employment litigation, and training. Applicants must have excellent attention to detail and strong interpersonal skills. Superlative academic and large law firm experience is preferred. Salary is commensurate with experience. Ropes & Gray LLP is an equal opportunity employer.

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