FTI Consulting, Inc. (FTI or the Company) has exclusively retained Major, Lindsey & Africa to conduct a search for a Restructuring Counsel and Deputy Chief Counsel, Conflicts, to be located in its Washington, D.C. headquarters. FTI is an equal opportunity employer. Interested candidates please submit your resume (in MS Word) to the recruiters managing this search at ConflictsDCC@mlaglobal.com. Please do not contact the Company directly; all resumes sent to the Company will be routed to MLA for handling and will create delays.
Company Overview: Over the last 30 years, FTI has grown to become a market-leading global consulting firm by serving as a trusted advisor to its clients in both good and bad times. From headline grabbing engagements, including the Bernie Madoff investigation, the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy, the Bush vs. Gore dispute, the Major League Baseball Steroid case, and many more, FTI’s people have played a role in matters that have shaped history. With more than 4,700 employees located in 28 countries on six continents, FTI generated $2.03 billion in revenues during fiscal year 2018 and is publicly traded on the NYSE. In 2018, FTI was named to Consulting magazine’s list of Best Firms to Work For and was recognized on Forbes’ list of America’s Best Management Consulting Firms for the third consecutive year.
Position Overview: The Restructuring Counsel and Deputy Chief Counsel, Conflicts position in FTI’s Legal Department assists with the oversight of conflicts and client engagement issues, regarding both legal and business relationship concerns, particularly on client engagements involving matters pertaining to FTI’s Corporate Finance & Restructuring (“Corporate Finance”) business segment.
Experience: Minimum of 5-8 years of experience as a private practice attorney specializing in restructuring, with an emphasis on bankruptcy transactions and litigation. Experience with conflicts review, preparation and drafting of disclosures, discussions with counsel and offices of the United States Trustees, and filings in Chapter 11 proceedings. Knowledge of litigation and arbitration proceedings in both domestic and international jurisdictions.
Compensation: Competitive base and bonus.
Location: Washington, D.C.
Relos: Yes, this is a national search; however, local candidates are preferred.
Bar: Licensed to practice law in at least one U.S. jurisdiction.
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