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Managing Assistant Counsel - Finance
DASNY Dormitory Authority of the State of New YorkRussell, IA
Physical/Mental/Visual Demands Travel may be required, generally to the NYC area, using public transportation, DASNY vehicle, rental vehicle or personal vehicle. Advise DASNY staff with respect to general corporate matters such as Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) requests, ethical issues, insurance matters, systems issues, and real estate matters.
Managing Assistant Counsel
DASNYRussell, IA
Advise on complex matters relating to the construction project implementation, administration of design, construction, and other contracts entered into by DASNY. Handling and disposition of liens filed with DASNY. Address matters relating to construction law (NYS Labor Law 200, 240, 241), insurance defense and general liability, contractor claims, liens, and bonds, including the preparation and review of legal documents pertaining thereto.
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Senior Counsel
DASNY Dormitory Authority of the State of New YorkRussell, IA
Supervision Supervision of employees may be required Position Description Physical/Mental/Visual Demands Physical/Mental/Visual Demands: Frequent travel may be required using public transportation, DASNY vehicle, rental vehicle or personal vehicle.
Managing Assistant Counsel - Finance
DASNYRussell, IA
Maintain current knowledge of statutory and regulatory changes that relate to the operations of DASNY. Direct the assessment, development, implementation and testing of internal controls. Must maintain regular attendance in accordance with DASNY attendance and leave policies.
Managing Assistant Counsel
DASNY Dormitory Authority of the State of New YorkRussell, IA
Conduct and manage necessary and appropriate discovery, hearings, trials, depositions, oral arguments, mediations, arbitrations and similar proceedings or coordinate with the Attorney General's Office and/or outside counsel in connection with such matters in which DASNY is involved.
Senior Counsel
DASNYRussell, IA
DASNY is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to excellence and diversity. Other Duties and Responsibilities Maintain current knowledge of statutory and regulatory changes that relate to the operations of DASNY. Direct the development, documentation, and implementation of procedures.

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