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Assistant General Counsel, Global Privacy And Data Security

Carpinteria CA Assistant General Counsel, Global Privacy and Data Security Duties: Develop, implement, and oversee global privacy program, including developing and communicating controls, policies and procedures, performing risk assessments, monitoring ongoing compliance, and overseeing the intersection of privacy and data security in collaboration with the Cybersecurity team. Advise appropriate stakeholders on compliance matters across all aspects of U.S. and applicable international privacy and data protection laws and regulations, including data retention, use/sharing, security, and breach rules. Develop and enhance workflows and processes for responding to privacy-related inquiries, such as data subject access requests. Lead the organizations data incident response preparedness in collaboration with the Cybersecurity team, including practicing and evolving our data incident response plan. Develop, manage, and refine our information governance and records management program, policies, and procedures, including ensuring alignment with privacy and security policies. Advise the Marketing and Sales teams on privacy implications of various activities, including online advertising, cookie use, affiliate marketing, social networking, email, SMS, and other customer-facing communications. Support the negotiation of contractual clauses relating to privacy and data protection. Prepare and manage the implementation of internal and customer-facing privacy policies and related communications. Keep the organization abreast, and advise on the potential business impact, of new, pending or proposed federal, state, and foreign legislation, laws, rules and regulations, as well as industry developments and trends, related to privacy, data security, and information governance that may affect the company and its operations. Build close relationships with personnel in supported business operations, and developing and maintaining a strong knowledge of the products and objectives of those operations. Conduct periodic employee training on relevant privacy, data security, and information governance-related matters. Efficiently manage outside counsel in areas of coverage with an eye toward meeting budget objectives.

Qualifications: JD Degree with exceptional academic credentials. Must be admitted, active and in good standing with the California or Texas state bar, as applicable, or eligible to apply as registered in-house counsel in either state. 7-9+ years of dedicated privacy and data security counseling experience gained at a leading law firm and in-house (ideally at a global SaaS or other technology company) in roles of increasing responsibility. Deep knowledge of domestic and global privacy laws and regulations, including GDPR and CCPA. Experience with data privacy impact assessments and data mapping. Understanding of cybersecurity aspects of global standards and frameworks, such as NIST, ISO 27001, and FedRAMP. Experience advising multiple stakeholders across an organization, including R&D, IT/Cybersecurity, Marketing, and Sales. CIPP certification and international experience are a strong plus. Experience interacting directly with law enforcement personnel or privacy and data protection regulators a plus. Passionate about technology and energized by the challenges of serving a dynamic, high-growth company. Excellent written verbal communication skills and the ability to engage effectively with all levels of employees and management. Highly analytical with exceptional business and legal issue identification and problem-solving skills. Practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving with the ability to effectively counsel internal clients by providing clear, concise, and commercial advice, and creative solutions where necessary, on established timelines to meet their business needs.
Legal 7 - 9 Full-time 2020-02-17

Assistant General Counsel, Global Privacy And Data Security

Austin TX Assistant General Counsel, Global Privacy and Data Security Duties: Develop, implement, and oversee global privacy program, including developing and communicating controls, policies and procedures, performing risk assessments, monitoring ongoing compliance, and overseeing the intersection of privacy and data security in collaboration with the Cybersecurity team. Advise appropriate stakeholders on compliance matters across all aspects of U.S. and applicable international privacy and data protection laws and regulations, including data retention, use/sharing, security, and breach rules. Develop and enhance workflows and processes for responding to privacy-related inquiries, such as data subject access requests. Lead the organizations data incident response preparedness in collaboration with the Cybersecurity team, including practicing and evolving our data incident response plan. Develop, manage, and refine our information governance and records management program, policies, and procedures, including ensuring alignment with privacy and security policies. Advise the Marketing and Sales teams on privacy implications of various activities, including online advertising, cookie use, affiliate marketing, social networking, email, SMS, and other customer-facing communications. Support the negotiation of contractual clauses relating to privacy and data protection. Prepare and manage the implementation of internal and customer-facing privacy policies and related communications. Keep the organization abreast, and advise on the potential business impact, of new, pending or proposed federal, state, and foreign legislation, laws, rules and regulations, as well as industry developments and trends, related to privacy, data security, and information governance that may affect the company and its operations. Build close relationships with personnel in supported business operations, and developing and maintaining a strong knowledge of the products and objectives of those operations. Conduct periodic employee training on relevant privacy, data security, and information governance-related matters. Efficiently manage outside counsel in areas of coverage with an eye toward meeting budget objectives.

Qualifications: JD Degree with exceptional academic credentials. Must be admitted, active and in good standing with the California or Texas state bar, as applicable, or eligible to apply as registered in-house counsel in either state. 7-9+ years of dedicated privacy and data security counseling experience gained at a leading law firm and in-house (ideally at a global SaaS or other technology company) in roles of increasing responsibility. Deep knowledge of domestic and global privacy laws and regulations, including GDPR and CCPA. Experience with data privacy impact assessments and data mapping. Understanding of cybersecurity aspects of global standards and frameworks, such as NIST, ISO 27001, and FedRAMP. Experience advising multiple stakeholders across an organization, including R&D, IT/Cybersecurity, Marketing, and Sales. CIPP certification and international experience are a strong plus. Experience interacting directly with law enforcement personnel or privacy and data protection regulators a plus. Passionate about technology and energized by the challenges of serving a dynamic, high-growth company. Excellent written verbal communication skills and the ability to engage effectively with all levels of employees and management. Highly analytical with exceptional business and legal issue identification and problem-solving skills. Practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving with the ability to effectively counsel internal clients by providing clear, concise, and commercial advice, and creative solutions where necessary, on established timelines to meet their business needs.
Legal 7 - 9 Full-time 2020-02-17

Counsel - Commercial Lending & Equipment Finance

Pittsburgh PA Counsel - Commercial Lending & Equipment Finance The Candidate will be responsible for giving legal advice and support directly to relationship managers, credit officers, paralegals, documentation specialists, and loan administrators and servicers on equipment finance leasing and commercial lending matters of varying complexity; Drafting, reviewing and/or negotiating lease and loan documents relating to all types of lease and loan transactions; Updating standard commercial lease, loan, security agreement and related forms; Actively participating in select internal client and department-level committees; Collaborating with clients and colleagues to improve internal processes and enhance efficiency consistent with PNCs risk framework while also delivering a positive customer experience; Advising loan administrators and operations regarding ongoing administration of loans and leases, including collateral, booking and other servicing issues; Providing training to documentation specialists and lending/credit/documentation staff; Supporting the businesses relating to new initiatives, products and services; and Selecting and overseeing services of approved outside counsel.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school; Currently licensed to practice in the courts of one or more states with 5+ years experience in secured transactions, including commercial leasing and commercial lending laws; Broad scope of experience in representing banks and/or equipment finance companies in middle market and large corporate commercial leasing and lending transactions; Commercial lending bank regulatory experience (including Reg B, AML/BSA, Flood, Reg Z, TILA) a plus; Solid business judgment, decision-making, problem-solving and legal analytical skills ; Self-starter with ability to work both independently and collaboratively, as appropriate Specialty equipment finance expertise, such as in vendor, aviation, energy, cross-border (particularly Canada), municipal and/or similar specialty areas, a plus; Excellent oral and written communication abilities; Strong organizational skills and excellent oral and written communication abilities; and Basic knowledge of SharePoint, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe and Word.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-02-17

Associate General Counsel - Employment

Andover MA Associate General Counsel - Employment The candidate will negotiate employment agreements, in conjunction with the People and Organization department. Provide legal advice and counsel regarding employment/benefit laws to appropriate company departments. Monitor employment laws and provide updates to the company as necessary to remain compliant. Lead and/or attend employment arbitration matters. Anticipate company issues and proactively work with applicable departments to avoid company liability. Lead and/or attend employment training seminars. Must have Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Admission to Bar & minimum of 3-5 years of relevant legal experience. Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization. Strong negotiating skills and ability to work independently with little or no supervision. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-02-17

Real Estate Counsel

Houston TX Real Estate Counsel The candidate will provide legal expertise and support to staff in the development, preparation, execution, and administration of real estate documents for wind and solar power projects. Assist the General Counsel and Associate General Counsel with developing, reviewing, and recommending changes to legal aspects of real estate documents as needed. Prepare and supervise paralegals preparation of real estate documents including but not limited to options, option memoranda, purchase and sale agreements, leases, lease memoranda, easements, easement memoranda, assignments, notices of exercise, escrow letters, affidavits, proforma policies and subordination agreements. Participate in the negotiation and completion of various real estate agreements and other contracts including communicating with landowners and their attorneys regarding the execution of real estate documents. Prepare checklists and timelines to coordinate real estate due diligence of purchase and sale activities. Supervise Real Estate Paralegals in their review of title reports, preparation of title schedules to satisfy title requirements, proforma policies, review of land surveys, obtaining of reports from title companies, resolving title issues, and performance of their other job responsibilities. Review pro forma title policies and land surveys and respond to real due diligence questions in connection with project financing. Assist with document compliance by preparing document summaries as requested. Approve real estate documents for execution in accordance with Company policies and procedures. Manage external legal resources as assigned to ensure efficient and effective completion of tasks.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate degree. Should have 5-10 years of experience in real estate handling title insurance, escrow, and power project legal matters including purchase and sale agreements, options, land leases and easements, operating and administration agreements, financing documents, title insurance policies, general liability policies, land surveys, and general litigation. Licensed to practice law in the state of Texas is essential. Experience representing developers and owners in all aspects of power project legal matters preferred. Solid background in reviewing title reports and land surveys, including resolving title defects are preferred. Strong written and verbal communication skills including solid drafting skills are essential. Ability to produce and prepare high volume of documents is preferred. Strong IT skills with a variety of programs such as Outlook, Word, and Excel are essential.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2020-02-17

Associate Corporate Counsel

San Francisco CA Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be an integral part of the legal team responsible for counseling the Alexa business on a broad range of technology, privacy, regulatory, commercial, and other matters. Will work directly with business clients, serving as lead counsel on strategic issues, providing day-to-day input on business and strategy, advising on the launch of new products and features, resolving issues that arise in commercial relationships, and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Develop strategies for handling legal issues in creative, business-centric ways, and will build processes that address risk and allow the business flexibility and freedom to move quickly. Principal duties include providing ongoing legal counseling in a wide range of legal areas, including intellectual property, digital media, privacy, and regulatory compliance. The role also involves some drafting and negotiating of technology, licensing, marketing and other commercial agreements. Some travel, domestic and international, will be required. Should have JD admitted to 1 state bar. Must have 2+ years of legal experience at a major law firm. Should preferably have In-house experience at a technology company. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-02-17

Healthcare Contracts Attorney

Dallas TX Healthcare Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Provides day-to-day legal support for the Independent Retail customer segment including legal support for customer and group purchasing organization contracting and dispute resolution; Provides day to day legal support for the Alternate Site customer segment including legal support for customer and group purchasing organization contracting and dispute resolution; Supports requests for proposals and marketing initiatives; Provides health care regulatory advice and education on issues related to supply agreements and other arrangements between distributors and customers, buying groups, drug manufacturers, and other healthcare service companies; Serves as a legal advisor to business unit leadership on a wide array of topics relating to segment needs, including legal risk mitigation, customer management, strategic initiatives and compliance programs; and Frequently interacts with other internal legal, compliance, and business stakeholders across functional groups, as well as specialized outside counsel.

Qualifications: JD Degree with excellent academic credentials. Member of a jurisdiction is required. 6+ years of healthcare law experience highly desired. Law firm experience combined with in-house experience preferred. Knowledge of healthcare fraud and abuse laws. Excellent commercial contracting drafting and negotiation skills. Ability to provide sound, clear legal advice within the company, including senior business executives. Ability to adapt communication style depending on the recipients level of sophistication about legal issues. Comfortable working on multiple projects concurrently. Business acumen dealing with risk management and organizational savvy. Ability to work closely with, facilitate interactions within, and influence large cross-functional teams (including representatives from other areas of the General Counsel Organization regulatory and compliance professionals, sales professionals and operations managers). Must be a team player who can develop strong working relationships and work collaboratively with internal clients and other members of the legal team.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-02-17

Legal Counsel, Music And Entertainment

Los Angeles CA Legal Counsel, Music and Entertainment The candidate will report to the Head of Legal for the Competitive Gaming Division of the Legal Department. This position requires a media lawyer with strong music and business affairs experience and substantial knowledge of, and experience with, intellectual property law. Legal Counsel, Music and Entertainment will provide legal and strategic business advice on the commercial aspects of agreements and facilitate practical solutions to achieve business objectives while managing risk. Responsibilities include: Music: advise legal and business partners generally on music acquisition, rights and risk; oversee legal and contract process for commissioned music, including contractual engagements of composers, other music-related vendors and EAs outbound licensing program; advise and support the music business team on licensing music for games, marketing and events, including review and draft contract terms and advise on deal structure, scope of rights and risks; draft and maintain EA music contract templates; develop and maintain guidelines and playbooks on music rights clearance and use; consult with and advise other legal stakeholders on music related risk issues; Broadcast Studio: draft and oversee a variety of production agreements including above-the-line (e.g., talent, producer, director, writer), and below-the-line (e.g., supporting cast, crew, vendors); support the development of a broadcast studio by drafting and reviewing equipment purchase agreements, leases, construction and build-out agreements and related services agreements; structure, draft and negotiate a wide range of production-related agreements, including location, signage, waivers and releases; consult with other legal stakeholders on IP and rights clearance issues; advise on talent services, including guild obligations for SAG/AFTRA, WGA, DGA, IATSE, etc.; General / Cross-functional: provide legal guidance and expertise regarding laws, regulations, and industry customs and practices pertaining to the development, production, distribution and other exploitation of television programs and motion pictures; structure, draft and negotiate agreements for the development, optioning, production, co-production, and licensing of programming (including rights acquisitions and clearances); draft, negotiate and review for execution a variety of agreements for alternative format content, such as animation, reality television, podcasts and video game streaming; provide commercial transactional support and guidance regarding the interpretation of various commercial agreements; develop and maintain commercial templates; Work across the Legal Department to advise with legally-sound, efficient, practical and impactful work product on a wide-range of legal issues; Provide solutions to the business and resolve issues in creative and practical ways. Qualifications required: J.D. and member in good standing with the State Bar of California. 5 years of relevant experience, with both in-house and top-tier law firm experience preferred. Prior experience in music, entertainment and/or media broadcasting and production is preferred. Familiarity with intellectual property licensing, music and content production, sponsorship, advertising, and marketing laws is required. Should have ample knowledge of, and experience with, music labels and publishers, music collective rights societies, performers, voice actors, and familiarity with issues arising in cross-jurisdictional commercial agreements. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-02-17

Corporate Counsel I-II

Birmingham AL Corporate Counsel I-II The candidate provides legal support to consumer lending lines of business, including credit cards and indirect auto. Will require the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to work with compliance personnel and various lines of business and cross-functional groups, including IT designers and developers,to support Bank policies and practices that are compliant with all applicable laws and regulations. Responsibilities: Drafts, reviews, and edits legal documents and materials. Provides legal services and counsel to clients in relation to laws and regulations in the clients line of business. Produces clear and concise written materials that can be submitted to clients with minimal or no revision or review by a more senior attorney. Identifies and analyzes more complex or novel matters; develops conclusions, makes recommendations, and provides reliable advice. Assigns the appropriate degree of importance to issues and can formulate and carry out research and investigative strategies. Advises clients on risks in one or more assigned departments or units of the organization; works with outside counsel to develop agreements, strategies, briefs, and communications; supervises outside counsel work. Works directly with business clients and develops an understanding of business unit needs and products. Contributes advice and counsel on policy and procedures. Counsels management whenever legal decisions or plans are being made or when changes in the law occur. Work assignments consist of major legal tasks involving problems of recognized complexity and facts that are occasionally in question for which considerable legal judgment, experience, and independent reasoning are required. Identifies the level and type of outside legal assistance needed by assessing the costs of outside legal services and supervising outside counsel to ensure that the fees charged are reasonable. Education/Experience required: Four-year college degree (excellent academic credentials). Strong verbal and written communication skills. Juris doctorate degree (excellent academic credentials) from an accredited law school and State Bar certification. 4+ years legal experience in a law firm environment or relevant in-house financial services corporate legal practice working with bank regulatory matters, including experience and knowledge of state and federal consumer finance regulations including TILA/Reg. Z, ECOA/Reg. B, FCRA, and usury laws in the areas of credit cards and/or consumer secured and unsecured loans. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-02-17

Real Estate Counsel

Phoenix AZ Real Estate Counsel The candidate will report directly to the Senior Operations and Legislative Counsel and will advise on a wide range of legal matters affecting Clear Channel Outdoorss business with a focus on real estate. Primarily responsible for performing hands-on, day-to-day real estate and transactional legal work, in addition to providing general legal advice, for various domestic branches of the Company, and assist the Real Estate Department and Branches handling contracts, leases and legal administration of property. Provide day to day legal advice and business counsel to various domestic operating units of the Company on all aspects of real estate and related transactional matters, including real estate leasing, zoning and development, real estate fee and easement and asset acquisitions and dispositions, lease disputes, municipal bids, permitting, and other related matters. Draft and negotiate commercial lease documents including amendments, extensions and renewals terminations, disputes and other related matters. Monitor existing commercial leases throughout term of lease including analyzing and interpreting lease terms and rights and obligations related to development, maintenance, rent calculations, and increases related to percentage rent, common area maintenance expenses, taxes, and insurance; and Estoppel Certificate/Subordination requests. Monitor and negotiate real estate transactions through closing on purchase and sale of fee and easements in real property and related assets, and development agreements with respect to interests in real property, including reviewing and objecting to title commitments and exceptions; reviewing and objecting to surveys; negotiating with various State, City and County officials on various development issues related to permits and projects; and, working closely with municipalities and their counsel, and counsel for sellers, buyers and landlords to address potential development and other issues. Supervise the activities of Paralegal(s). Manage outside counsel. Other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have 4-year college degree, BA/BS or equivalent. Should have a Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school and be admitted to the Bar in good standing in at least one jurisdiction. Must have 10 years of experience as an attorney specializing in real estate transactional work, including national real estate and corporate transactional experience, and land use and zoning. Out of Home Industry experience or experience in land use within an industry that utilizes special use permits (e.g. Oil, Gas, Wireless) is advantageous. Should have working knowledge of laws and procedures pertaining to land use, zoning, permitting, administrative law, and code enforcement. Must be proficient in Microsoft software applications (i.e., Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint). Excellent communication abilities are expected.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-02-17
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Assistant General Counsel, Global Privacy And Data Security
Refer job# GZLD148467
 
Assistant General Counsel, Global Privacy and Data Security Duties: Develop, implement, and oversee global privacy program, including developing and communicating controls, policies and procedures, performing risk assessments, monitoring ongoing compliance, and overseeing the intersection of privacy and data security in collaboration with the Cybersecurity team. Advise appropriate stakeholders on compliance matters across all aspects of U.S. and applicable international privacy and data protection laws and regulations, including data retention, use/sharing, security, and breach rules. Develop and enhance workflows and processes for responding to privacy-related inquiries, such as data subject access requests. Lead the organizations data incident response preparedness in collaboration with the Cybersecurity team, including practicing and evolving our data incident response plan. Develop, manage, and refine our information governance and records management program, policies, and procedures, including ensuring alignment with privacy and security policies. Advise the Marketing and Sales teams on privacy implications of various activities, including online advertising, cookie use, affiliate marketing, social networking, email, SMS, and other customer-facing communications. Support the negotiation of contractual clauses relating to privacy and data protection. Prepare and manage the implementation of internal and customer-facing privacy policies and related communications. Keep the organization abreast, and advise on the potential business impact, of new, pending or proposed federal, state, and foreign legislation, laws, rules and regulations, as well as industry developments and trends, related to privacy, data security, and information governance that may affect the company and its operations. Build close relationships with personnel in supported business operations, and developing and maintaining a strong knowledge of the products and objectives of those operations. Conduct periodic employee training on relevant privacy, data security, and information governance-related matters. Efficiently manage outside counsel in areas of coverage with an eye toward meeting budget objectives.

Qualifications: JD Degree with exceptional academic credentials. Must be admitted, active and in good standing with the California or Texas state bar, as applicable, or eligible to apply as registered in-house counsel in either state. 7-9+ years of dedicated privacy and data security counseling experience gained at a leading law firm and in-house (ideally at a global SaaS or other technology company) in roles of increasing responsibility. Deep knowledge of domestic and global privacy laws and regulations, including GDPR and CCPA. Experience with data privacy impact assessments and data mapping. Understanding of cybersecurity aspects of global standards and frameworks, such as NIST, ISO 27001, and FedRAMP. Experience advising multiple stakeholders across an organization, including R&D, IT/Cybersecurity, Marketing, and Sales. CIPP certification and international experience are a strong plus. Experience interacting directly with law enforcement personnel or privacy and data protection regulators a plus. Passionate about technology and energized by the challenges of serving a dynamic, high-growth company. Excellent written verbal communication skills and the ability to engage effectively with all levels of employees and management. Highly analytical with exceptional business and legal issue identification and problem-solving skills. Practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving with the ability to effectively counsel internal clients by providing clear, concise, and commercial advice, and creative solutions where necessary, on established timelines to meet their business needs.
 
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Assistant General Counsel, Global Privacy And Data Security
Refer job# QVJB148468
 
Assistant General Counsel, Global Privacy and Data Security Duties: Develop, implement, and oversee global privacy program, including developing and communicating controls, policies and procedures, performing risk assessments, monitoring ongoing compliance, and overseeing the intersection of privacy and data security in collaboration with the Cybersecurity team. Advise appropriate stakeholders on compliance matters across all aspects of U.S. and applicable international privacy and data protection laws and regulations, including data retention, use/sharing, security, and breach rules. Develop and enhance workflows and processes for responding to privacy-related inquiries, such as data subject access requests. Lead the organizations data incident response preparedness in collaboration with the Cybersecurity team, including practicing and evolving our data incident response plan. Develop, manage, and refine our information governance and records management program, policies, and procedures, including ensuring alignment with privacy and security policies. Advise the Marketing and Sales teams on privacy implications of various activities, including online advertising, cookie use, affiliate marketing, social networking, email, SMS, and other customer-facing communications. Support the negotiation of contractual clauses relating to privacy and data protection. Prepare and manage the implementation of internal and customer-facing privacy policies and related communications. Keep the organization abreast, and advise on the potential business impact, of new, pending or proposed federal, state, and foreign legislation, laws, rules and regulations, as well as industry developments and trends, related to privacy, data security, and information governance that may affect the company and its operations. Build close relationships with personnel in supported business operations, and developing and maintaining a strong knowledge of the products and objectives of those operations. Conduct periodic employee training on relevant privacy, data security, and information governance-related matters. Efficiently manage outside counsel in areas of coverage with an eye toward meeting budget objectives.

Qualifications: JD Degree with exceptional academic credentials. Must be admitted, active and in good standing with the California or Texas state bar, as applicable, or eligible to apply as registered in-house counsel in either state. 7-9+ years of dedicated privacy and data security counseling experience gained at a leading law firm and in-house (ideally at a global SaaS or other technology company) in roles of increasing responsibility. Deep knowledge of domestic and global privacy laws and regulations, including GDPR and CCPA. Experience with data privacy impact assessments and data mapping. Understanding of cybersecurity aspects of global standards and frameworks, such as NIST, ISO 27001, and FedRAMP. Experience advising multiple stakeholders across an organization, including R&D, IT/Cybersecurity, Marketing, and Sales. CIPP certification and international experience are a strong plus. Experience interacting directly with law enforcement personnel or privacy and data protection regulators a plus. Passionate about technology and energized by the challenges of serving a dynamic, high-growth company. Excellent written verbal communication skills and the ability to engage effectively with all levels of employees and management. Highly analytical with exceptional business and legal issue identification and problem-solving skills. Practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving with the ability to effectively counsel internal clients by providing clear, concise, and commercial advice, and creative solutions where necessary, on established timelines to meet their business needs.
 
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Counsel - Commercial Lending & Equipment Finance
Refer job# HXEG148469
 
Counsel - Commercial Lending & Equipment Finance The Candidate will be responsible for giving legal advice and support directly to relationship managers, credit officers, paralegals, documentation specialists, and loan administrators and servicers on equipment finance leasing and commercial lending matters of varying complexity; Drafting, reviewing and/or negotiating lease and loan documents relating to all types of lease and loan transactions; Updating standard commercial lease, loan, security agreement and related forms; Actively participating in select internal client and department-level committees; Collaborating with clients and colleagues to improve internal processes and enhance efficiency consistent with PNCs risk framework while also delivering a positive customer experience; Advising loan administrators and operations regarding ongoing administration of loans and leases, including collateral, booking and other servicing issues; Providing training to documentation specialists and lending/credit/documentation staff; Supporting the businesses relating to new initiatives, products and services; and Selecting and overseeing services of approved outside counsel.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school; Currently licensed to practice in the courts of one or more states with 5+ years experience in secured transactions, including commercial leasing and commercial lending laws; Broad scope of experience in representing banks and/or equipment finance companies in middle market and large corporate commercial leasing and lending transactions; Commercial lending bank regulatory experience (including Reg B, AML/BSA, Flood, Reg Z, TILA) a plus; Solid business judgment, decision-making, problem-solving and legal analytical skills ; Self-starter with ability to work both independently and collaboratively, as appropriate Specialty equipment finance expertise, such as in vendor, aviation, energy, cross-border (particularly Canada), municipal and/or similar specialty areas, a plus; Excellent oral and written communication abilities; Strong organizational skills and excellent oral and written communication abilities; and Basic knowledge of SharePoint, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe and Word.
 
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Associate General Counsel - Employment
Refer job# GBHX148470
 
Associate General Counsel - Employment The candidate will negotiate employment agreements, in conjunction with the People and Organization department. Provide legal advice and counsel regarding employment/benefit laws to appropriate company departments. Monitor employment laws and provide updates to the company as necessary to remain compliant. Lead and/or attend employment arbitration matters. Anticipate company issues and proactively work with applicable departments to avoid company liability. Lead and/or attend employment training seminars. Must have Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Admission to Bar & minimum of 3-5 years of relevant legal experience. Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization. Strong negotiating skills and ability to work independently with little or no supervision.
 
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Real Estate Counsel
Refer job# VJIR148471
 
Real Estate Counsel The candidate will provide legal expertise and support to staff in the development, preparation, execution, and administration of real estate documents for wind and solar power projects. Assist the General Counsel and Associate General Counsel with developing, reviewing, and recommending changes to legal aspects of real estate documents as needed. Prepare and supervise paralegals preparation of real estate documents including but not limited to options, option memoranda, purchase and sale agreements, leases, lease memoranda, easements, easement memoranda, assignments, notices of exercise, escrow letters, affidavits, proforma policies and subordination agreements. Participate in the negotiation and completion of various real estate agreements and other contracts including communicating with landowners and their attorneys regarding the execution of real estate documents. Prepare checklists and timelines to coordinate real estate due diligence of purchase and sale activities. Supervise Real Estate Paralegals in their review of title reports, preparation of title schedules to satisfy title requirements, proforma policies, review of land surveys, obtaining of reports from title companies, resolving title issues, and performance of their other job responsibilities. Review pro forma title policies and land surveys and respond to real due diligence questions in connection with project financing. Assist with document compliance by preparing document summaries as requested. Approve real estate documents for execution in accordance with Company policies and procedures. Manage external legal resources as assigned to ensure efficient and effective completion of tasks.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate degree. Should have 5-10 years of experience in real estate handling title insurance, escrow, and power project legal matters including purchase and sale agreements, options, land leases and easements, operating and administration agreements, financing documents, title insurance policies, general liability policies, land surveys, and general litigation. Licensed to practice law in the state of Texas is essential. Experience representing developers and owners in all aspects of power project legal matters preferred. Solid background in reviewing title reports and land surveys, including resolving title defects are preferred. Strong written and verbal communication skills including solid drafting skills are essential. Ability to produce and prepare high volume of documents is preferred. Strong IT skills with a variety of programs such as Outlook, Word, and Excel are essential.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FDHD148472
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be an integral part of the legal team responsible for counseling the Alexa business on a broad range of technology, privacy, regulatory, commercial, and other matters. Will work directly with business clients, serving as lead counsel on strategic issues, providing day-to-day input on business and strategy, advising on the launch of new products and features, resolving issues that arise in commercial relationships, and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Develop strategies for handling legal issues in creative, business-centric ways, and will build processes that address risk and allow the business flexibility and freedom to move quickly. Principal duties include providing ongoing legal counseling in a wide range of legal areas, including intellectual property, digital media, privacy, and regulatory compliance. The role also involves some drafting and negotiating of technology, licensing, marketing and other commercial agreements. Some travel, domestic and international, will be required. Should have JD admitted to 1 state bar. Must have 2+ years of legal experience at a major law firm. Should preferably have In-house experience at a technology company.
 
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Healthcare Contracts Attorney
Refer job# LJQL148473
 
Healthcare Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Provides day-to-day legal support for the Independent Retail customer segment including legal support for customer and group purchasing organization contracting and dispute resolution; Provides day to day legal support for the Alternate Site customer segment including legal support for customer and group purchasing organization contracting and dispute resolution; Supports requests for proposals and marketing initiatives; Provides health care regulatory advice and education on issues related to supply agreements and other arrangements between distributors and customers, buying groups, drug manufacturers, and other healthcare service companies; Serves as a legal advisor to business unit leadership on a wide array of topics relating to segment needs, including legal risk mitigation, customer management, strategic initiatives and compliance programs; and Frequently interacts with other internal legal, compliance, and business stakeholders across functional groups, as well as specialized outside counsel.

Qualifications: JD Degree with excellent academic credentials. Member of a jurisdiction is required. 6+ years of healthcare law experience highly desired. Law firm experience combined with in-house experience preferred. Knowledge of healthcare fraud and abuse laws. Excellent commercial contracting drafting and negotiation skills. Ability to provide sound, clear legal advice within the company, including senior business executives. Ability to adapt communication style depending on the recipients level of sophistication about legal issues. Comfortable working on multiple projects concurrently. Business acumen dealing with risk management and organizational savvy. Ability to work closely with, facilitate interactions within, and influence large cross-functional teams (including representatives from other areas of the General Counsel Organization regulatory and compliance professionals, sales professionals and operations managers). Must be a team player who can develop strong working relationships and work collaboratively with internal clients and other members of the legal team.
 
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Legal Counsel, Music And Entertainment
Refer job# NVXU148474
 
Legal Counsel, Music and Entertainment The candidate will report to the Head of Legal for the Competitive Gaming Division of the Legal Department. This position requires a media lawyer with strong music and business affairs experience and substantial knowledge of, and experience with, intellectual property law. Legal Counsel, Music and Entertainment will provide legal and strategic business advice on the commercial aspects of agreements and facilitate practical solutions to achieve business objectives while managing risk. Responsibilities include: Music: advise legal and business partners generally on music acquisition, rights and risk; oversee legal and contract process for commissioned music, including contractual engagements of composers, other music-related vendors and EAs outbound licensing program; advise and support the music business team on licensing music for games, marketing and events, including review and draft contract terms and advise on deal structure, scope of rights and risks; draft and maintain EA music contract templates; develop and maintain guidelines and playbooks on music rights clearance and use; consult with and advise other legal stakeholders on music related risk issues; Broadcast Studio: draft and oversee a variety of production agreements including above-the-line (e.g., talent, producer, director, writer), and below-the-line (e.g., supporting cast, crew, vendors); support the development of a broadcast studio by drafting and reviewing equipment purchase agreements, leases, construction and build-out agreements and related services agreements; structure, draft and negotiate a wide range of production-related agreements, including location, signage, waivers and releases; consult with other legal stakeholders on IP and rights clearance issues; advise on talent services, including guild obligations for SAG/AFTRA, WGA, DGA, IATSE, etc.; General / Cross-functional: provide legal guidance and expertise regarding laws, regulations, and industry customs and practices pertaining to the development, production, distribution and other exploitation of television programs and motion pictures; structure, draft and negotiate agreements for the development, optioning, production, co-production, and licensing of programming (including rights acquisitions and clearances); draft, negotiate and review for execution a variety of agreements for alternative format content, such as animation, reality television, podcasts and video game streaming; provide commercial transactional support and guidance regarding the interpretation of various commercial agreements; develop and maintain commercial templates; Work across the Legal Department to advise with legally-sound, efficient, practical and impactful work product on a wide-range of legal issues; Provide solutions to the business and resolve issues in creative and practical ways. Qualifications required: J.D. and member in good standing with the State Bar of California. 5 years of relevant experience, with both in-house and top-tier law firm experience preferred. Prior experience in music, entertainment and/or media broadcasting and production is preferred. Familiarity with intellectual property licensing, music and content production, sponsorship, advertising, and marketing laws is required. Should have ample knowledge of, and experience with, music labels and publishers, music collective rights societies, performers, voice actors, and familiarity with issues arising in cross-jurisdictional commercial agreements.
 
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Corporate Counsel I-II
Refer job# VJXL148475
 
Corporate Counsel I-II The candidate provides legal support to consumer lending lines of business, including credit cards and indirect auto. Will require the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to work with compliance personnel and various lines of business and cross-functional groups, including IT designers and developers,to support Bank policies and practices that are compliant with all applicable laws and regulations. Responsibilities: Drafts, reviews, and edits legal documents and materials. Provides legal services and counsel to clients in relation to laws and regulations in the clients line of business. Produces clear and concise written materials that can be submitted to clients with minimal or no revision or review by a more senior attorney. Identifies and analyzes more complex or novel matters; develops conclusions, makes recommendations, and provides reliable advice. Assigns the appropriate degree of importance to issues and can formulate and carry out research and investigative strategies. Advises clients on risks in one or more assigned departments or units of the organization; works with outside counsel to develop agreements, strategies, briefs, and communications; supervises outside counsel work. Works directly with business clients and develops an understanding of business unit needs and products. Contributes advice and counsel on policy and procedures. Counsels management whenever legal decisions or plans are being made or when changes in the law occur. Work assignments consist of major legal tasks involving problems of recognized complexity and facts that are occasionally in question for which considerable legal judgment, experience, and independent reasoning are required. Identifies the level and type of outside legal assistance needed by assessing the costs of outside legal services and supervising outside counsel to ensure that the fees charged are reasonable. Education/Experience required: Four-year college degree (excellent academic credentials). Strong verbal and written communication skills. Juris doctorate degree (excellent academic credentials) from an accredited law school and State Bar certification. 4+ years legal experience in a law firm environment or relevant in-house financial services corporate legal practice working with bank regulatory matters, including experience and knowledge of state and federal consumer finance regulations including TILA/Reg. Z, ECOA/Reg. B, FCRA, and usury laws in the areas of credit cards and/or consumer secured and unsecured loans.
 
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Real Estate Counsel
Refer job# EHNM148476
 
Real Estate Counsel The candidate will report directly to the Senior Operations and Legislative Counsel and will advise on a wide range of legal matters affecting Clear Channel Outdoorss business with a focus on real estate. Primarily responsible for performing hands-on, day-to-day real estate and transactional legal work, in addition to providing general legal advice, for various domestic branches of the Company, and assist the Real Estate Department and Branches handling contracts, leases and legal administration of property. Provide day to day legal advice and business counsel to various domestic operating units of the Company on all aspects of real estate and related transactional matters, including real estate leasing, zoning and development, real estate fee and easement and asset acquisitions and dispositions, lease disputes, municipal bids, permitting, and other related matters. Draft and negotiate commercial lease documents including amendments, extensions and renewals terminations, disputes and other related matters. Monitor existing commercial leases throughout term of lease including analyzing and interpreting lease terms and rights and obligations related to development, maintenance, rent calculations, and increases related to percentage rent, common area maintenance expenses, taxes, and insurance; and Estoppel Certificate/Subordination requests. Monitor and negotiate real estate transactions through closing on purchase and sale of fee and easements in real property and related assets, and development agreements with respect to interests in real property, including reviewing and objecting to title commitments and exceptions; reviewing and objecting to surveys; negotiating with various State, City and County officials on various development issues related to permits and projects; and, working closely with municipalities and their counsel, and counsel for sellers, buyers and landlords to address potential development and other issues. Supervise the activities of Paralegal(s). Manage outside counsel. Other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have 4-year college degree, BA/BS or equivalent. Should have a Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school and be admitted to the Bar in good standing in at least one jurisdiction. Must have 10 years of experience as an attorney specializing in real estate transactional work, including national real estate and corporate transactional experience, and land use and zoning. Out of Home Industry experience or experience in land use within an industry that utilizes special use permits (e.g. Oil, Gas, Wireless) is advantageous. Should have working knowledge of laws and procedures pertaining to land use, zoning, permitting, administrative law, and code enforcement. Must be proficient in Microsoft software applications (i.e., Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint). Excellent communication abilities are expected.
 
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