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Counsel Senior - Privacy
Refer job# DWCN164415
Counsel Senior - Privacy Duties: Advise on all legal aspects of GLBA, CCPA, GDPR, and other applicable privacy and data security laws and regulations. Respond to privacy and data protection-related inquiries from a wide range of business units across the Company and provide advice and legal counsel regarding same. Assist the Privacy Officer with operationalizing the legal components of the Company's privacy programs and initiatives. Participate in the Company's breach response team, assist with investigations of incidents that involve the loss or misuse of sensitive information, and advise on breach notification requirements. Work with other in-house counsel and procurement on privacy-related terms contained in vendor and customer agreements. Assist in developing and maintaining privacy policies and procedures and privacy-related notices. Assist in training colleagues on privacy-related obligations. Monitor changes in applicable privacy laws, and keep internal partners informed of legal developments. Advise on a variety of information governance issues to ensure that the Company's management of information meets applicable legal, and regulatory requirements in all jurisdictions in which the Company operates. Provide legal support for day-to-day operations of the Company's Records and Information Management (RIM) program, including advising on records retention requirements, storage, retrieval, and destruction. Implement internal legal holds and coordinate the preservation, collection, review and production of electronically stored information for a variety of legal matters. Work collaboratively with other members of the Legal Department and other areas of the Company as appropriate on areas relevant to information governance. Act as a subject matter expert on the Company's information-related projects and initiatives. Advise on trademark, copyright, and other intellectual property matters affecting the Company. Handle infringement claims by and against the Company. Monitor the Company's trademark portfolio in conjunction with outside counsel. Provide legal advice to Marketing and Product teams relating to the Company's IP rights and obligations. Partner with business units and support groups (e.g., compliance, product, marketing, lending units, and risk management) to provide effective and efficient legal, transactional and regulatory guidance. Identify regulatory and legal gaps within area of expertise and assist in addressing such gaps. Support other attorneys as needed. Supervise outside counsel on assigned legal matters. Responsible for certain administrative or operational functions within the Legal Division. Comply fully with all Company policies and procedures, including the ColleagueCode of Conduct, as well as all legal and regulatory requirements. Complete all required training.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate required and admitted to practice law in California or the ability to register as In-House Counsel in California is a must. Must have 7 years of relevant experience at a law firm or in-house legal department, including a minimum of 5 years of experience with information governance, privacy, and/or information security. Minimum of 10 years experience practicing law at a law firm or in-house. Ability to simplify, problem solve, multitask and work effectively against deadlines. Detail oriented. Enthusiastic about expanding his or her practice areas and becoming a subject matter expert in emerging areas of law. Be well versed in state and federal laws and regulations governing the assigned area(s) of responsibility, banking environment, and related industry practices. Excellent problem solving abilities and effective verbal and written skills. Flexibility and ability to work well within both the legal team and cross-functional teams. Experience with managing confidential information and documents with discretion. In-house counsel experience preferred, but not required.
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