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Corporate Counsel/Senior Corporate Counsel

Burlingame CA Corporate Counsel/Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, review and negotiate domestic and international commercial contracts, channel partner contracts and professional services agreements that meet the company s requirements under its policies including those for risk tolerance, while working collaboratively with the sales and business teams, including various executives. Identify business and legal risks and issues and suggest practical alternatives that allow the business of the company to move forward in compliance with domestic and international laws, rules, and regulations. Liaise with finance, sales operations, product, marketing, lab, support, and all other departments of the organization (a true cross-functional team player). Support product launches, marketing and promotional efforts, and policy initiatives in the developing genomics space. Engage and manage outside counsel to provide efficient legal and regulatory advice on specialized topics. Report directly to the General Counsel. JD degree with excellent academic credentials and state bar membership in good standing, or the ability to practice in the state under its multi-jurisdictional practice rules required. 6+ years of experience drafting and negotiating commercial contracts, licensing agreements and other agreements required. Experience with enterprise contracts a plus. Mixture of in-house and law firm experience, 3+ years in each position required. Experience working with technology companies, biotechnology companies (commercial stage), and/or start-ups required. Some corporate experience (governance, stock administration, etc.) is useful but not required. Strong critical thinking and strategic skills demonstrating sound judgment required. Superior writing and oral communication skills required. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2017-10-20

Assistant General Counsel - Consumer Banking Shared Service - Vice President

Brooklyn NY Assistant General Counsel - Consumer Banking Shared Service - Vice President The candidate will be a member of the Consumer Banking Shared Service Legal Team, a group of attorneys that provides dedicated legal support to various operational areas, including areas that handle legal papers associated with guardianship and deceased processing matters, fulfillment of subpoenas, search warrants and similar information requests, third-party asset based orders and other legal papers served on the firm. The role will require a working understanding of each line of business, and applicable statutes and rules that govern. Interact with business and litigation partners, outside counsel, and law enforcement and government agencies. Routinely work with legal and non-legal staff to coordinate responses in a fast paced and high volume environment. Provide legal advice and support to the operational area engaged in handling civil and criminal subpoenas and related litigation, including motion practice. Provide legal advice and support to the operational area engaged in handling asset based orders served on the firm to restrain customer funds and other assets held by the firm including for collection on debts and money judgments. Provide legal advice and support to other operational areas engaged in handling shared services for the firm, including but not limited to matters involving guardianship, deceased processing, legal papers served and safe deposit box. Partner with colleagues across the Legal and Compliance Departments. Handle escalated matters. Monitor and advise on relevant legislative and regulatory changes. Partner with control and oversight groups to create and maintain best practices for controls in this area. License to practice law and a member in good standing in the state/jurisdiction in which the position is based or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of that state/jurisdiction required. 5+ years of legal experience in a large consumer banking organization, law firm, or equivalent and relevant experience in government or a regulatory agency, representing such organizations with a demonstrated record of increasing responsibility required. Civil and criminal litigation experience preferred. Strong understanding of the rules of judicial procedure required. Knowledge and understanding of banking products and services and the relevant core banking regulations and regulatory framework for a large banking organization preferred. Excellent: legal skills and judgment, including ability to interpret and explain statutes and regulations; oral and written communication and negotiation skills; interpersonal skills required. Experience with digital, electronic and mobile banking and transactions is preferred. Non-English language skills preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2017-10-20

Senior Corporate Counsel

Gardena CA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be interacting with some of the industry s brightest minds as well as senior management and other internal groups on complex legal and business issues. Provide legal support to the management team and advise on all legal and strategic matters (with the assistance of external counsel, if necessary) with a strong emphasis on corporate structuring and governance, fund raising, and project financing. Manage all M&A activity of the company, including drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements, joint venture agreements and coordinating due diligence efforts. Ideal candidates should have excellent drafting, writing and analytical skills, strong attention to detail, organizational, verbal, interpersonal and project management skills. Build close relationships with personnel at supported business units. Actively participate in the development and execution of the company s business strategies and tactics. Build relationship with and manage outside counsel. J.D. degree from a top tier law school and 6 10 years of legal experience with a reputable law firm or in-house legal department required. Industry experience strongly preferred. Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2017-10-20

Corporate Counsel

Playa Vista CA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Work closely with legal, business, and sales teams to negotiate and draft contracts and advise with respect to online advertising and technology transactions. Review and revise other commercial and technology-related agreements. Interact with customers and customers counsel regarding commercial agreement negotiation and support. Work with legal, business and operations teams to improve contracting processes and management, including developing internal policies regarding the same. Provide legal support for the company s privacy, data, and security initiatives as they relate to technology and commercial agreements. Assist with other legal department responsibilities, including public company reporting, compliance, employment, and marketing advice and support. Perform other duties and assignments as needed including within the areas of employment, intellectual property, litigation, transactional support, and marketing and product communications.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Licensed to practice law in California (member of the bar or Registered In-House Counsel). 3 6 years practicing in a top law firm and/or in-house legal department with transactional experience. Internet, advertising, or ad tech business experience a plus. Other useful areas of experience include: digital media, intellectual property, open source and data/privacy. Self-motivated, nimble and able to learn quickly, extreme pride in work. Works well in a highly collaborative team. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Business-oriented, out of the box, creative thinker. Motivated to work in a fast-paced, fun team environment. Exhibits natural leadership qualities. Client service mentality. Collegial, fun, able to provide amusement to colleagues.
Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2017-10-20

Corporate Counsel - Environmental, Health, Safety & Security (ehs&s) (35762)

The Woodlands TX Career Opportunities: Corporate Counsel - Environmental, Health, Safety & Security (EHS&S) Duties: Counsel EHS&S and Manufacturing internal client stakeholders on core personal and process safety legal and regulatory issues, including compliance, incident investigations and reporting, audits and compliance reviews, and policy and program documentation. Advise and train client contacts on legal and regulatory updates in the relevant EHS&S topics, including process and personal safety. Serve as a trusted advisor to company stakeholders, applying judgment to effectively communicate and make recommendations considering the needs of our business, balanced with potentially applicable compliance requirements. Work effectively as a loyal and productive member of cross-functional teams. Provide frontline assistance to company leaders and key stakeholders in times of crisis or responding to governmental / agency investigations.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a nationally accredited law school with a strong academic background. Licensed by, and in good standing with, the State Bar of Texas. 5+ years of relevant experience in one or more of the following disciplines: process safety, personal safety, incident response, risk management, air, waste, water, and/or product stewardship. Meaningful experience or technical background in supporting chemical or oil and gas facility operations, specifically to include OSHA regulatory requirements. Experience negotiating with OSHA, TCEQ, and EPA considered a plus. Strong and persuasive communication skills and demonstrated experience advising management-level personnel on complex EHS&S matters and prudent legal practices. Highly effective at distilling and explaining complex legal issues to personnel at all levels of the organization. Closing Date: 11/01/2017
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2017-10-20

Senior Attorney â ? ?? Transactional / Land Use Law

Philadelphia PA Senior Attorney Transactional / Land Use Law The candidate provides written and oral legal advice on matters affecting the interests of firm. Negotiates and drafts various agreements and documents. Researches appropriate legal opinions, rulings and findings in order to provide the soundest legal advice regarding company matters. Advises and actively represents firm in negotiations, administrative and court actions as assigned; prepares appropriate legal documents associated with these processes. Analyzes and interprets federal, state and local statutes, case law, ordinances, legislation and regulations to determine their application to company business procedures, policy and practices. Advises management and represents legal perspective on new and proposed changes to company policies, procedures and practices. Coaches and mentors lower level and newly hired attorneys, assisting them in developing essential skills to be successful with PGW by providing first level guidance on policies, procedures and practices of the department and organization and training in the responsibilities associated with legal matters for firm and the gas industry. Consults with other departments as necessary to carry out assigned responsibilities. Performs other special projects and assignments as requested.

The candidate must be a law school graduate with an LL.B. or JD degree. Must be admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar. Must have 10+ years of experience working with a combination of environmental and transactional law. Government or regulatory agency experience preferred. Must have analytical and communication skills with the to interpret and translate complex legal terms into written and verbal forms that are easily understood by all levels of staff.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2017-10-19

Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector

Reston VA Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector The candidate will review, draft and negotiate nondisclosure agreements, teaming agreements, subcontractor agreements and SaaS agreements that meet the company s requirements under its policies including those for risk tolerance, while working collaboratively with the Federal and State and Local business team, including various executives. Will provide support on GSA Schedule contract. Understand government contract compliance issues and develop policies and procedures for implementation of Federal/State and Local legal, contractual and compliance requirements, including FISMA and FedRamp, gifts and gratuities, revolving door, and lobbying requirements. Stay up to date on relevant legal frameworks, including FARs and DFARs. Serve as subject matter expert for responses to requests for proposals (RFPs) and other types of government contract solicitations. Analyze new laws, regulations and contract trends for potential impact on business unit goals and objectives. Identify contractual risks and issues and suggest alternatives that lead to optimal solutions. Provide training regarding public sector matters, terms and conditions and other issues to the legal, finance and business teams. Liaise with finance, sales operations, support, security and other business units at all levels throughout the organization. Advise management on government contract requirements and procedures. Work collaboratively with other members of the contracts and legal team.

The candidate should have a JD degree from an accredited law school. Must have 7-10 years of experience in negotiating State, Local and Federal contracts involving software licensing, SaaS and professional services. Solid understanding of and experience working with FAR/DFARs and other agency supplements and agency regulations needed. Experience preparing and negotiating SaaS agreements and other technology related agreements essential. Familiarity with channel (distributors, resellers) and related practice issues preferred. Understanding of various US and EU data privacy laws and regulations desired. Familiarity with HIPAA and experience negotiating Business Associate Agreements plus. Strong contract and legal negotiation skills and a talent for non-confrontational, win-win negotiations needed. Excellent oral and written communication skills needed.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2017-10-19

Labor and Employment Attorney

Los Angeles CA Labor and Employment Attorney The candidate will report to the Director of Legal Affairs and Associate General Counsel and provide a full range of California specific legal support including: drafting both internal and external correspondence; communication with internal clients as well as courts, arbitrators, administrative agencies, and outside counsel; creating drafts of pleadings, motions and discovery; conducting legal research; document gathering and review; assistance with internal investigations; assistance with prepping cases for hearings, trials and arbitrations; and first chairing employment arbitrations. Must be licensed to practice law in the state of California and geographically located so as to easily travel and attend required hearings in various locations within the state of California, be able to: work independently with minimal direction, manage time well, and timely complete tasks assigned. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2017-10-19

Pip Attorney, Insurance Defense

Fort Lauderdale FL PIP Attorney, Insurance Defense The candidate will provide legal representation to Progressive insureds and/or to the Progressive Insurance Companies before courts and arbitration panels in all aspects of litigation. Handling own cases from beginning to end, prepare legal pleadings, motions, statements, trial briefs and be involved in negotiating settlements. Work closely with customers and claims team to ensure all appropriate defenses are leveraged to reach positive outcomes. Must have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school and active license to practice law in Florida. Should preferably have 2+ years of civil litigation experience. 1-4 years of PIP litigation experience is desired. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2017-10-19

Contract - Mid- level In-House Contracts Attorney

Oakland CA Contract - Mid- level In-House Contracts Attorney The candidate will revise agreements, propose strategic language, and negotiate with opposing counsel. Will communicate issues to business teams, raise salient issues, propose various strategies to limit risk, and help business teams comply with terms and evaluate terms from a legal and risk perspective and by providing guidance and practical solutions.

The candidate should have 4-6 years of commercial contracts experience either working in a law firm, in-house legal department, or a combination of both. Active membership in the California state bar in good standing essential. Significant commercial contracts experience, preferably in both a big firm and in an in-house environment, negotiating a wide variety of commercial agreements and drafting associated language and terms essential. Excellent contracts management skills needed.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2017-10-19
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Corporate Counsel/Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VFYR136224
 
Corporate Counsel/Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, review and negotiate domestic and international commercial contracts, channel partner contracts and professional services agreements that meet the company s requirements under its policies including those for risk tolerance, while working collaboratively with the sales and business teams, including various executives. Identify business and legal risks and issues and suggest practical alternatives that allow the business of the company to move forward in compliance with domestic and international laws, rules, and regulations. Liaise with finance, sales operations, product, marketing, lab, support, and all other departments of the organization (a true cross-functional team player). Support product launches, marketing and promotional efforts, and policy initiatives in the developing genomics space. Engage and manage outside counsel to provide efficient legal and regulatory advice on specialized topics. Report directly to the General Counsel. JD degree with excellent academic credentials and state bar membership in good standing, or the ability to practice in the state under its multi-jurisdictional practice rules required. 6+ years of experience drafting and negotiating commercial contracts, licensing agreements and other agreements required. Experience with enterprise contracts a plus. Mixture of in-house and law firm experience, 3+ years in each position required. Experience working with technology companies, biotechnology companies (commercial stage), and/or start-ups required. Some corporate experience (governance, stock administration, etc.) is useful but not required. Strong critical thinking and strategic skills demonstrating sound judgment required. Superior writing and oral communication skills required.
 
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Assistant General Counsel - Consumer Banking Shared Service - Vice President
Refer job# PCGD136225
 
Assistant General Counsel - Consumer Banking Shared Service - Vice President The candidate will be a member of the Consumer Banking Shared Service Legal Team, a group of attorneys that provides dedicated legal support to various operational areas, including areas that handle legal papers associated with guardianship and deceased processing matters, fulfillment of subpoenas, search warrants and similar information requests, third-party asset based orders and other legal papers served on the firm. The role will require a working understanding of each line of business, and applicable statutes and rules that govern. Interact with business and litigation partners, outside counsel, and law enforcement and government agencies. Routinely work with legal and non-legal staff to coordinate responses in a fast paced and high volume environment. Provide legal advice and support to the operational area engaged in handling civil and criminal subpoenas and related litigation, including motion practice. Provide legal advice and support to the operational area engaged in handling asset based orders served on the firm to restrain customer funds and other assets held by the firm including for collection on debts and money judgments. Provide legal advice and support to other operational areas engaged in handling shared services for the firm, including but not limited to matters involving guardianship, deceased processing, legal papers served and safe deposit box. Partner with colleagues across the Legal and Compliance Departments. Handle escalated matters. Monitor and advise on relevant legislative and regulatory changes. Partner with control and oversight groups to create and maintain best practices for controls in this area. License to practice law and a member in good standing in the state/jurisdiction in which the position is based or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of that state/jurisdiction required. 5+ years of legal experience in a large consumer banking organization, law firm, or equivalent and relevant experience in government or a regulatory agency, representing such organizations with a demonstrated record of increasing responsibility required. Civil and criminal litigation experience preferred. Strong understanding of the rules of judicial procedure required. Knowledge and understanding of banking products and services and the relevant core banking regulations and regulatory framework for a large banking organization preferred. Excellent: legal skills and judgment, including ability to interpret and explain statutes and regulations; oral and written communication and negotiation skills; interpersonal skills required. Experience with digital, electronic and mobile banking and transactions is preferred. Non-English language skills preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KIOF136226
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be interacting with some of the industry s brightest minds as well as senior management and other internal groups on complex legal and business issues. Provide legal support to the management team and advise on all legal and strategic matters (with the assistance of external counsel, if necessary) with a strong emphasis on corporate structuring and governance, fund raising, and project financing. Manage all M&A activity of the company, including drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements, joint venture agreements and coordinating due diligence efforts. Ideal candidates should have excellent drafting, writing and analytical skills, strong attention to detail, organizational, verbal, interpersonal and project management skills. Build close relationships with personnel at supported business units. Actively participate in the development and execution of the company s business strategies and tactics. Build relationship with and manage outside counsel. J.D. degree from a top tier law school and 6 10 years of legal experience with a reputable law firm or in-house legal department required. Industry experience strongly preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LHJA136227
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Work closely with legal, business, and sales teams to negotiate and draft contracts and advise with respect to online advertising and technology transactions. Review and revise other commercial and technology-related agreements. Interact with customers and customers counsel regarding commercial agreement negotiation and support. Work with legal, business and operations teams to improve contracting processes and management, including developing internal policies regarding the same. Provide legal support for the company s privacy, data, and security initiatives as they relate to technology and commercial agreements. Assist with other legal department responsibilities, including public company reporting, compliance, employment, and marketing advice and support. Perform other duties and assignments as needed including within the areas of employment, intellectual property, litigation, transactional support, and marketing and product communications.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Licensed to practice law in California (member of the bar or Registered In-House Counsel). 3 6 years practicing in a top law firm and/or in-house legal department with transactional experience. Internet, advertising, or ad tech business experience a plus. Other useful areas of experience include: digital media, intellectual property, open source and data/privacy. Self-motivated, nimble and able to learn quickly, extreme pride in work. Works well in a highly collaborative team. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Business-oriented, out of the box, creative thinker. Motivated to work in a fast-paced, fun team environment. Exhibits natural leadership qualities. Client service mentality. Collegial, fun, able to provide amusement to colleagues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Environmental, Health, Safety & Security (ehs&s) (35762)
Refer job# WCVB136228
 
Career Opportunities: Corporate Counsel - Environmental, Health, Safety & Security (EHS&S) Duties: Counsel EHS&S and Manufacturing internal client stakeholders on core personal and process safety legal and regulatory issues, including compliance, incident investigations and reporting, audits and compliance reviews, and policy and program documentation. Advise and train client contacts on legal and regulatory updates in the relevant EHS&S topics, including process and personal safety. Serve as a trusted advisor to company stakeholders, applying judgment to effectively communicate and make recommendations considering the needs of our business, balanced with potentially applicable compliance requirements. Work effectively as a loyal and productive member of cross-functional teams. Provide frontline assistance to company leaders and key stakeholders in times of crisis or responding to governmental / agency investigations.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a nationally accredited law school with a strong academic background. Licensed by, and in good standing with, the State Bar of Texas. 5+ years of relevant experience in one or more of the following disciplines: process safety, personal safety, incident response, risk management, air, waste, water, and/or product stewardship. Meaningful experience or technical background in supporting chemical or oil and gas facility operations, specifically to include OSHA regulatory requirements. Experience negotiating with OSHA, TCEQ, and EPA considered a plus. Strong and persuasive communication skills and demonstrated experience advising management-level personnel on complex EHS&S matters and prudent legal practices. Highly effective at distilling and explaining complex legal issues to personnel at all levels of the organization. Closing Date: 11/01/2017
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Attorney â ? ?? Transactional / Land Use Law
Refer job# TJMK136206
 
Senior Attorney Transactional / Land Use Law The candidate provides written and oral legal advice on matters affecting the interests of firm. Negotiates and drafts various agreements and documents. Researches appropriate legal opinions, rulings and findings in order to provide the soundest legal advice regarding company matters. Advises and actively represents firm in negotiations, administrative and court actions as assigned; prepares appropriate legal documents associated with these processes. Analyzes and interprets federal, state and local statutes, case law, ordinances, legislation and regulations to determine their application to company business procedures, policy and practices. Advises management and represents legal perspective on new and proposed changes to company policies, procedures and practices. Coaches and mentors lower level and newly hired attorneys, assisting them in developing essential skills to be successful with PGW by providing first level guidance on policies, procedures and practices of the department and organization and training in the responsibilities associated with legal matters for firm and the gas industry. Consults with other departments as necessary to carry out assigned responsibilities. Performs other special projects and assignments as requested.

The candidate must be a law school graduate with an LL.B. or JD degree. Must be admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar. Must have 10+ years of experience working with a combination of environmental and transactional law. Government or regulatory agency experience preferred. Must have analytical and communication skills with the to interpret and translate complex legal terms into written and verbal forms that are easily understood by all levels of staff.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector
Refer job# LECV136207
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector The candidate will review, draft and negotiate nondisclosure agreements, teaming agreements, subcontractor agreements and SaaS agreements that meet the company s requirements under its policies including those for risk tolerance, while working collaboratively with the Federal and State and Local business team, including various executives. Will provide support on GSA Schedule contract. Understand government contract compliance issues and develop policies and procedures for implementation of Federal/State and Local legal, contractual and compliance requirements, including FISMA and FedRamp, gifts and gratuities, revolving door, and lobbying requirements. Stay up to date on relevant legal frameworks, including FARs and DFARs. Serve as subject matter expert for responses to requests for proposals (RFPs) and other types of government contract solicitations. Analyze new laws, regulations and contract trends for potential impact on business unit goals and objectives. Identify contractual risks and issues and suggest alternatives that lead to optimal solutions. Provide training regarding public sector matters, terms and conditions and other issues to the legal, finance and business teams. Liaise with finance, sales operations, support, security and other business units at all levels throughout the organization. Advise management on government contract requirements and procedures. Work collaboratively with other members of the contracts and legal team.

The candidate should have a JD degree from an accredited law school. Must have 7-10 years of experience in negotiating State, Local and Federal contracts involving software licensing, SaaS and professional services. Solid understanding of and experience working with FAR/DFARs and other agency supplements and agency regulations needed. Experience preparing and negotiating SaaS agreements and other technology related agreements essential. Familiarity with channel (distributors, resellers) and related practice issues preferred. Understanding of various US and EU data privacy laws and regulations desired. Familiarity with HIPAA and experience negotiating Business Associate Agreements plus. Strong contract and legal negotiation skills and a talent for non-confrontational, win-win negotiations needed. Excellent oral and written communication skills needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Labor and Employment Attorney
Refer job# ZLBL136208
 
Labor and Employment Attorney The candidate will report to the Director of Legal Affairs and Associate General Counsel and provide a full range of California specific legal support including: drafting both internal and external correspondence; communication with internal clients as well as courts, arbitrators, administrative agencies, and outside counsel; creating drafts of pleadings, motions and discovery; conducting legal research; document gathering and review; assistance with internal investigations; assistance with prepping cases for hearings, trials and arbitrations; and first chairing employment arbitrations. Must be licensed to practice law in the state of California and geographically located so as to easily travel and attend required hearings in various locations within the state of California, be able to: work independently with minimal direction, manage time well, and timely complete tasks assigned.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Pip Attorney, Insurance Defense
Refer job# NWTT136209
 
PIP Attorney, Insurance Defense The candidate will provide legal representation to Progressive insureds and/or to the Progressive Insurance Companies before courts and arbitration panels in all aspects of litigation. Handling own cases from beginning to end, prepare legal pleadings, motions, statements, trial briefs and be involved in negotiating settlements. Work closely with customers and claims team to ensure all appropriate defenses are leveraged to reach positive outcomes. Must have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school and active license to practice law in Florida. Should preferably have 2+ years of civil litigation experience. 1-4 years of PIP litigation experience is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Contract - Mid- level In-House Contracts Attorney
Refer job# XHGY136210
 
Contract - Mid- level In-House Contracts Attorney The candidate will revise agreements, propose strategic language, and negotiate with opposing counsel. Will communicate issues to business teams, raise salient issues, propose various strategies to limit risk, and help business teams comply with terms and evaluate terms from a legal and risk perspective and by providing guidance and practical solutions.

The candidate should have 4-6 years of commercial contracts experience either working in a law firm, in-house legal department, or a combination of both. Active membership in the California state bar in good standing essential. Significant commercial contracts experience, preferably in both a big firm and in an in-house environment, negotiating a wide variety of commercial agreements and drafting associated language and terms essential. Excellent contracts management skills needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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