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Associate Corporate Counsel, Data Center Leasing

Arlington VA Associate Corporate Counsel, Data Center Leasing The candidate will work on a team responsible for supporting AWS' worldwide data centers, including data center construction, operations, compliance, and networking. Will have lead transactional drafting and negotiation responsibilities on deals, and provide ongoing legal counsel and contract interpretation for business team members. These transactions range from standard contracts to complex, high value agreements. Structure, draft and negotiate agreements, manage outside counsel, and advise internal business clients on critical issues related to (among other things): telecommunications services, interconnection, colocation, fiber acquisitions, data center operations, and other commercial matters of varying levels of complexity. Provides day-to-day business and regulatory counseling; identifies opportunities for and implements process improvements; administers and resolves legal issues that arise in existing commercial relationships; and handles pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Must have 2+ years of legal experience. Must be enthusiastic, enjoy working hard and being challenged, and demonstrate sound judgment even in ambiguous situations. A J.D. degree and membership in one state bar is required. Background in telecommunications, networking, data center leasing, or real estate preferred. Experience drafting transactional documents desired. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-12

Associate General Counsel, Commercial Real Estate Finance - Secondary Market Specialist

New York City NY Associate General Counsel, Commercial Real Estate Finance - Secondary Market Specialist Responsibilities: The Associate General Counsel's primary role will be to advise the Commercial Real Estate Finance ( CRE ) Team within AIG Investments, one of the world's largest institutional fixed income investors, with respect to commercial real estate-related financing and investment transactions, including commercial mortgage loan originations, syndications, mezzanine investments, secondary and portfolio acquisitions of commercial mortgage loans, as well as with regard to managing the Company's commercial loan portfolio, including loan modifications, loan servicing, workouts, foreclosures, and the management, leasing and sale of owned real estate. Structuring commercial real estate finance transactions, with an emphasis on secondary market transactions, including but not limited to syndications, leveraged loans, note purchases and various other structures. The AGC will be mindful of credit, risk, market, regulatory, and other legal issues and risks involved in all structures. The AGC will counsel the CRE Team on risk profiles of potential structures, counterparties, markets, regulations and a multitude of other possibilities while offering potential mitigants whenever warranted regarding each transaction. Facilitating and monitoring the documentation of the transactions noted above, including supervision and collaboration with any outside counsel engaged on the matter. Advising the CRE Asset Management and Loan Servicing Team with respect to managing CRE's commercial mortgage loan portfolio, including workouts, foreclosures, amendments and modifications, consent requests, waivers, potential litigation, and loan servicing arrangements, all while being mindful of ongoing business relationships with borrowers, brokers and servicers as well as considerations relating to credit, risk, market factors, regulations, securitization limitations and other legal issues. Being a creative thinker, especially with respect to problem solving on difficult matters, from negotiation of loan originations to working with business partners to solve through workouts and restructurings. Pitching in as a Team player, even on administrative matters. Managing the choice of and relationships with outside counsel in order to maintain efficient and timely workflow, quality work product and cost control. Training members of the larger business and Investments legal teams on issues of interest, such real estate fundamentals, regulatory developments, market changes, best practices in lending, construction lending, alternative loan structures, etc. Building new infrastructure as part of a larger strategy to provide seamless execution and reporting on all that our business accomplishes. Counseling and advising the CRE Team with respect to important state, federal and global regulatory matters. Innovating through cultivation of process improvements, curated form documents and aggressive work flow management. Fostering positive working relationships throughout the Company through intentional outreach and discussion. Leading by example - as a thoughtful listener, willing collaborator and advocate for inclusion.

Qualifications: Candidates must have a JD and be admitted to at least one state bar (preferably New York). The ideal candidate will have at least six (6) years of major law firm or relevant in-house experience with a demonstrated focus on commercial mortgage lending with an emphasis in secondary market transactions. Experience with mortgage-related structured products, loan syndications, and similar investments is required and with workouts and restructurings of mortgage-related investments and products is desired. The successful candidate will have the ability and desire to work independently on multiple matters, and to prioritize deals and projects intelligently in accordance with CRE's strategic priorities. Other qualifications include: top academic credentials, excellent oral and written communication skills (in particular the ability to communicate complex concepts clearly and simply and to present clear choices), industry participation (whether through professional organizations, pro bono or otherwise), judgment and poise.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-12

Corporate Counsel, Infrastructure

Fremont CA Corporate Counsel, Infrastructure The candidate will support internal stakeholders, contract negotiations, drive cost savings initiatives, implement strategic sourcing best practices, and provide legal advice and support on transactions supporting the day-to-day operations of the company.

The candidate should have J.D. degree with excellent academic credentials. Should have 3+ years handling commercial and/or construction contracts including NDAs, service agreements, construction agreements, design agreements, notices to proceed, mechanic's liens, warranty claims, construction claim correspondence, with a strong background in all facets of commercial, construction, and real estate law. Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) including ability to effectively relay large amounts of information in a concise format. Proven negotiation, drafting, and analytical skills for various types of commercial contracts including equipment purchase agreements, joint development agreements, non-disclosure agreements, construction agreements, services agreements. Demonstrated ability to be part of a team and complete assignments in a timely manner. Sound and practical business judgment. Demonstrated ability to work efficiently and independently, prioritize workflow, meet demanding deadlines, and manage multi-faceted projects in a fast-paced environment. Proven track record of learning quickly, taking initiative, working proactively, being resourceful and taking on additional responsibility. In-house legal experience is a plus.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-12

Corporate, Securities And M&a Attorney

New York City NY Corporate, Securities and M&A Attorney The candidate will have a diverse range of responsibilities, primarily focused on securities law reporting and compliance, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance. Will also help with corporate structuring, finance, global equity and stock administration, and other corporate legal matters. As part of the role, should be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment with broad responsibility. Support securities law compliance and SEC reporting, including current and periodic reports, proxy statements, registration statements, and Section 16 filings. Assist in drafting and reviewing other public disclosures and corporate communications, including earnings releases, press releases and blogs. Have the ability to be the primary attorney on mergers and acquisitions and other strategic transactions and support all phases of deals. Help to develop, implement and continually improve company and team processes and procedures. Provide legal advice and support on global equity plans, executive compensation, and related matters. Partner with global cross-functional internal teams on various other corporate legal projects. Should have 4-6 years of corporate law experience (with at least 3+ years of related experience at a sophisticated law firm). Must have excellent academic credentials. State Bar admission in good standing (any U.S. jurisdiction) is required. Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2020-08-12

Corporate Counsel

Paramus NJ Corporate Counsel The candidate will be primarily responsible for helping our commercial and medical organizations navigate the stringent and ever-changing regulatory landscape and providing legal advice to drive risk-based decision-making. Anticipate and proactively identify legal issues with an enterprise-wide view and provide clear, operational and effective legal advice that supports informed decisions. Collaborate across the legal and compliance departments to ensure coordinated delivery of advice. Attend promotional material review committee (PMRC) and review promotional and non-promotional materials and programs to ensure compliance with FDA and other legal requirements to identify and mitigate potential risks. Provide legal and compliance counseling in connection with federal and state laws, guidelines and industry standards impacting the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products. Work closely with the Compliance Department to develop, implement and monitor the Company's compliance programs and guidelines relating to all aspects of commercialization of FDA-regulated products. Develop and provide training covering areas such as OIG guidance requirements, anti-kickback laws, false claims and promotional and non-promotional materials and activities. Provide other legal support to the organization as needed. Individual contributor with no current direct supervisory reporting relationships. JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school and member of a state bar (if not licensed in New Jersey, able to obtain in-house counsel registration in NJ). 4-7 years experience providing FDA regulatory advice to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device companies, whether in-house or at a law firm with a nationally recognized FDA life sciences practice are required. Specific expertise required in pharmaceutical promotional and scientific exchange communications and activities, patient support programs, fraud and abuse and false claims act. Solid working knowledge of other laws, regulations, and industry standards that affect the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products, including FCPA, competition law; OIG guidance and opinions; Sunshine Act/transparency laws; privacy laws (including HIPAA and CCPA), product liability, and industry standards (e.g., PhRMA Code) are required. Strong understanding of the pharmaceutical industry and the laws and regulations governing it, and able to leverage legal and industry knowledge to anticipate potential issues and drive risk-based decision-making. Ability to follow verbal or written instructions and use of effective verbal communications are required. Examine and observe details are required. ID 2020-1510 Category Legal Type Regular Full-Time Overview Summary of Position: Reporting to the Associate General Counsel, the Corporate Counsel will be primarily responsible for helping our commercial and medical organizations navigate the stringent and ever-changing regulatory landscape and providing legal advice to drive risk-based decision-making. Responsibilities Duties and Responsibilities: Anticipate and proactively identify legal issues with an enterprise-wide view and provide clear, operational and effective legal advice that supports informed decisions. Collaborate across the legal and compliance departments to ensure coordinated delivery of advice. Attend promotional material review committee (PMRC) and review promotional and non-promotional materials and programs to ensure compliance with FDA and other legal requirements to identify and mitigate potential risks. Provide legal and compliance counseling in connection with federal and state laws, guidelines and industry standards impacting the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products. Work closely with the Compliance Department to develop, implement and monitor the Company's compliance programs and guidelines relating to all aspects of commercialization of FDA-regulated products. Develop and provide training covering areas such as OIG guidance requirements, anti-kickback laws, false claims and promotional and non-promotional materials and activities. Provide other legal support to the organization as needed. Supervision Exercised: Individual contributor with no current direct supervisory reporting relationships Qualifications Qualifications: Education Preferred: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school and member of a state bar (if not licensed in New Jersey, able to obtain in-house counsel registration in NJ). Work Experience: 4-7 years experience providing FDA regulatory advice to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device companies, whether in-house or at a law firm with a nationally recognized FDA life sciences practice Specific expertise required in pharmaceutical promotional and scientific exchange communications and activities, patient support programs, fraud and abuse and false claims act. Solid working knowledge of other laws, regulations, and industry standards that affect the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products, including FCPA, competition law; OIG guidance and opinions; Sunshine Act/transparency laws; privacy laws (including HIPAA and CCPA), product liability, and industry standards (e.g., PhRMA Code). Strong understanding of the pharmaceutical industry and the laws and regulations governing it, and able to leverage legal and industry knowledge to anticipate potential issues and drive risk-based decision-making. Physical and Mental Requirements: Physical demands would be similar to those in a traditional professional office setting Ability to multitask Adapts to change Maintain composure under pressure Ability to follow verbal or written instructions and use of effective verbal communications Adapts change, adjust change and grasps information quickly Examine and observe details Other Team player with excellent judgment and interpersonal skills and who will serve as an ambassador for the legal function within the organization. Ability to establish professional credibility and trust with clients at all levels of the organization by understanding business priorities and delivering accurate, clear and concise advice. Capacity to independently handle a variety of complex legal matters and balance competing priorities. Demonstrable experience taking ownership of issues and providing timely, actionable advice. Exceptional written, oral and presentation skills. Experience working with project teams, building processes and project implementation. Apply for this job online Email this job to a friend All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-12

Corporate Counsel

San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel Duties: Advising Product team as they develop and launch new software and services, both nationally and internationally. Analyzing and explaining contractual issues, assessing legal risks and giving clear advice to internal executives on various operational matters. Drafting and negotiating partnership agreements, technology licenses, inter-company agreements, and other complex commercial documents, in close coordination with deal team leads. Preparing letters of intent and term sheets, in addition to privacy policies and terms of use for mobile apps and websites. Managing the day-to-day work of paralegal/contract manager. Reviewing marketing materials and press releases. Consulting with relevant experts and providing guidance on data privacy matters as well as open-source topics. Building out a library of form agreements, in connection with outside counsel. Supporting the continuous improvement of internal legal processes.

Qualifications: Outstanding academic credentials. Admitted to practice law in at least one state. 3-5 years of experience in general commercial, M&A or technology transactions intellectual property matters. 2+ years of work with a nationally recognized law firm. Capable of working independently while managing tasks for multiple internal clients. Commercial mindset, with international or cross-border experience, preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-08-12

Associate General Counsel - Privacy

New York City NY Associate General Counsel - Privacy The candidate responsibilities will include: Advising Connect business on global data protection and privacy laws and regulations, drawing on knowledge and experience with specific industry requirements, self-regulatory codes, and best practices. Identifying business risks and requirements resulting from new and evolving privacy laws and regulations. Analyzing existing and new products and solutions, including traditional market research panels and innovative products involving emerging technologies, and ensuring they comply with applicable privacy and data protection laws and industry best practices. Leading the implementation of privacy compliance processes, including privacy impact assessments, data inventories, data subject access requests, vendor privacy reviews, and incident response procedures. Working with colleagues in Legal, Compliance, CyberSecurity, HR and the Connect businesses to continually enhance and manage Company's privacy compliance framework. Representing Company before global data protection regulators as well as in state and national trade organizations and liaising with business partners regarding legislative and/or regulatory issues related to privacy and data protection. Responding to regulatory inquiries related to privacy and data protection. Developing/executing advocacy strategies with respect to legislative and agency rulemaking related to privacy and data protection. Developing and providing data protection training and awareness programs/materials. Reviewing, drafting and negotiating agreements with customers, business partners and vendors with a focus on privacy and data protection terms. Drafting privacy statements, and other privacy disclosures for websites, mobile apps, panels, surveys, and employees in connection with Company products and services. Advising on notification and other obligations in connection with security/privacy incidents and Company's incident response program. Other related matters as assigned.

Qualifications: Deep knowledge of US, EU and other international data protection laws. Minimum 6-10 years of privacy and data protection-related legal experience in-house with a global company or combined with time spent at a law firm. Ability to work collaboratively with people at all levels of the Company, and to present to business leadership on privacy-related matters. Solid understanding of Internet technologies; Experience in a digital marketing industry/ad tech preferred. Sound judgment, excellent problem-solving skills, practicality, a focus on business outcomes, and flexibility to manage multiple matters simultaneously. Ability to share knowledge and best practices effectively with colleagues in the Legal Department and business stakeholders. Excellent writing and communication skills. Comfortable in a fast-paced, ever-changing industry. The ability to identify, prioritize and resolve issues quickly, effectively and pragmatically is essential. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) accreditation preferred.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2020-08-12

Senior Counsel - Securities

Springdale AR Senior Counsel - Securities Duties: Responsible for providing legal support related to SEC regulatory matters, including public disclosure, quarterly and annual reporting, shareholder meetings and related matters, and proxy filings. Will also play a key role in corporate governance matters, including legal advice and support related to managing corporate entities throughout the world. Taking a leading role, in partnership with other law department and enterprise colleagues, in ensuring the company meets all of its legal responsibilities concerning SEC and related regulatory requirements. Coordinating, with the assistance of other enterprise functions, all required public disclosures and reporting. Advising on cooperate governance matters, including Board and Board Committee obligations. Assisting in responding to any shareholder demands, initiatives, or other actions. Strategically advising on structures and governance for new and existing business around the world. Frequent collaboration with various supporting functions necessary for effective SEC and related compliance.

REQUIREMENTS: Law degree from an accredited law school and a license to practice law in at least one jurisdiction. 6+ years of legal experience obtained at a reputable law firm or as in-house counsel. Expertise handling public securities and SEC regulatory matters. Demonstrated accountability for meeting the disclosure and reporting requirements of a public company. Computer Skills: Standard computer skills. Communication Skills: Superior written and verbal communication skills. Special Skills: Excellent professional judgment combined with superior interpersonal, organizational and communications skills and a sincere appreciation of working as an integral part of a commercial team. The successful candidate will have some background in, and knowledge of the business judgment needed to effectively operate within and affect business-oriented solutions in the global arena. Someone who is a doer and is highly proactive, practical and business-focused. Someone who will engage his or her colleagues, and who emphasizes a team- and improvement-oriented approach. Someone willing to help continue to build their skills and knowledge and is open to new challenges as they arise Supervisory: Manage outside counsel and possible supervision of other in-house attorneys paralegals or administrative assistants.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-12

Counsel Ii - Commercial Contracts

Longmont CO Counsel II - Commercial Contracts Duties: Support our internal clients in the structuring, drafting, negotiation and review of a wide variety of commercial contracts including sales, distribution and OEM agreements, reseller agreements, cloud services, technology licensing, master services agreements and related scopes of work, independent contractor, consulting, vendor and procurement, IT, software licensing and evaluation, end-user license and subscription agreements, marketing, logistics, manufacturing, product development, supply, distribution, and capital equipment agreements, equipment loan and evaluation agreements, support and maintenance agreements, and facilities-related agreements. Conduct legal reviews and advise business groups regarding compliance and regulatory matters including antitrust and competition laws, anti-corruption, international trade and export restrictions, data privacy, and related matters. Review and analyze proposed business transactions in light of internal policies, standard operating procedures and applicable laws to mitigate risk and ensure compliance with company policies and strategy. Advise management and business groups on all aspects of commercial contracts and handle pre-litigation disputes and inquiries. Become a subject matter expert in contract management programs and drive efficiencies in the contracting process. Implement and update standard contract terms and templates. Organized and hard-working, with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment and manage numerous projects simultaneously under deadline pressure. Capacity to work independently, as well as part of a team, with exceptional interpersonal skills, a sense of humor, unquestionable ethics and integrity, and sound judgment. Ability to communicate professionally and effectively, write clearly and concisely, and manage people and tasks to a deadline.

Experience: Significant experience working with commercial contracts. Risk mitigation experience required. Should have JD and current membership in a state bar. Transactional experience at a law firm or comparable in-house corporate legal environment (both in house and law firm experience a major plus) preferred. Compliance and regulatory experience preferred.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-12

Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial

Chicago IL Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial The candidate will play a key role in supporting company's U.S. Sales and Professional Services organizations in structuring commercial transactions, and drafting and negotiating commercial agreements. Negotiate and draft master subscription agreements, professional services agreements and other types of agreements with customers in support of U.S. Sales and Professional Services organizations. Partner with revenue recognition, sales operations, technology operations, and other stakeholder teams to ensure agreements are consistent with internal corporate policies and processes. Partner with Sales and other internal business constituents throughout the customer lifecycle to ensure customer success and protection of company. Should have Undergraduate degree and a law degree. Must have 10+ years combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department including experience negotiating and drafting technology license/Internet service agreements and professional services agreements/ Excellent written/verbal communication and negotiation skills are required. Should have familiarity with, or willingness to learn, technical concepts in Web applications. Should preferable have substantive expertise in intellectual property law. Substantial experience in supporting sales departments as an internal client is desired. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-12
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Transactional Real Estate and Finance Attorney / Outsourced In-House Counsel
In-House,Rittenhouse Law
Location : Philadelphia Pennsylvania United States

Job Description Position Description: Rittenhouse Law (?RL?) is a boutique firm focusing on developers, investors, family offices and privately held companies in a wide variety of commercial real estate transactions. The firm has extensive exp... + read more

aug 11, 2020


General Counsel 
In-House,acp investment group
Location : Rye Brook New York United States

Seek Outsourced General Counsel  Ideal candidate has experience in regulatory compliance and litigation for private equity funds and broker dealers.  Part time. Flexible hours. Fee arrangement based on experience.  Opportunity for equity par... + read more

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Associate Corporate Counsel, Data Center Leasing
Refer job# OFEE151143
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Data Center Leasing The candidate will work on a team responsible for supporting AWS' worldwide data centers, including data center construction, operations, compliance, and networking. Will have lead transactional drafting and negotiation responsibilities on deals, and provide ongoing legal counsel and contract interpretation for business team members. These transactions range from standard contracts to complex, high value agreements. Structure, draft and negotiate agreements, manage outside counsel, and advise internal business clients on critical issues related to (among other things): telecommunications services, interconnection, colocation, fiber acquisitions, data center operations, and other commercial matters of varying levels of complexity. Provides day-to-day business and regulatory counseling; identifies opportunities for and implements process improvements; administers and resolves legal issues that arise in existing commercial relationships; and handles pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Must have 2+ years of legal experience. Must be enthusiastic, enjoy working hard and being challenged, and demonstrate sound judgment even in ambiguous situations. A J.D. degree and membership in one state bar is required. Background in telecommunications, networking, data center leasing, or real estate preferred. Experience drafting transactional documents desired.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Commercial Real Estate Finance - Secondary Market Specialist
Refer job# IYWM151144
 
Associate General Counsel, Commercial Real Estate Finance - Secondary Market Specialist Responsibilities: The Associate General Counsel's primary role will be to advise the Commercial Real Estate Finance ( CRE ) Team within AIG Investments, one of the world's largest institutional fixed income investors, with respect to commercial real estate-related financing and investment transactions, including commercial mortgage loan originations, syndications, mezzanine investments, secondary and portfolio acquisitions of commercial mortgage loans, as well as with regard to managing the Company's commercial loan portfolio, including loan modifications, loan servicing, workouts, foreclosures, and the management, leasing and sale of owned real estate. Structuring commercial real estate finance transactions, with an emphasis on secondary market transactions, including but not limited to syndications, leveraged loans, note purchases and various other structures. The AGC will be mindful of credit, risk, market, regulatory, and other legal issues and risks involved in all structures. The AGC will counsel the CRE Team on risk profiles of potential structures, counterparties, markets, regulations and a multitude of other possibilities while offering potential mitigants whenever warranted regarding each transaction. Facilitating and monitoring the documentation of the transactions noted above, including supervision and collaboration with any outside counsel engaged on the matter. Advising the CRE Asset Management and Loan Servicing Team with respect to managing CRE's commercial mortgage loan portfolio, including workouts, foreclosures, amendments and modifications, consent requests, waivers, potential litigation, and loan servicing arrangements, all while being mindful of ongoing business relationships with borrowers, brokers and servicers as well as considerations relating to credit, risk, market factors, regulations, securitization limitations and other legal issues. Being a creative thinker, especially with respect to problem solving on difficult matters, from negotiation of loan originations to working with business partners to solve through workouts and restructurings. Pitching in as a Team player, even on administrative matters. Managing the choice of and relationships with outside counsel in order to maintain efficient and timely workflow, quality work product and cost control. Training members of the larger business and Investments legal teams on issues of interest, such real estate fundamentals, regulatory developments, market changes, best practices in lending, construction lending, alternative loan structures, etc. Building new infrastructure as part of a larger strategy to provide seamless execution and reporting on all that our business accomplishes. Counseling and advising the CRE Team with respect to important state, federal and global regulatory matters. Innovating through cultivation of process improvements, curated form documents and aggressive work flow management. Fostering positive working relationships throughout the Company through intentional outreach and discussion. Leading by example - as a thoughtful listener, willing collaborator and advocate for inclusion.

Qualifications: Candidates must have a JD and be admitted to at least one state bar (preferably New York). The ideal candidate will have at least six (6) years of major law firm or relevant in-house experience with a demonstrated focus on commercial mortgage lending with an emphasis in secondary market transactions. Experience with mortgage-related structured products, loan syndications, and similar investments is required and with workouts and restructurings of mortgage-related investments and products is desired. The successful candidate will have the ability and desire to work independently on multiple matters, and to prioritize deals and projects intelligently in accordance with CRE's strategic priorities. Other qualifications include: top academic credentials, excellent oral and written communication skills (in particular the ability to communicate complex concepts clearly and simply and to present clear choices), industry participation (whether through professional organizations, pro bono or otherwise), judgment and poise.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Infrastructure
Refer job# SJGE151145
 
Corporate Counsel, Infrastructure The candidate will support internal stakeholders, contract negotiations, drive cost savings initiatives, implement strategic sourcing best practices, and provide legal advice and support on transactions supporting the day-to-day operations of the company.

The candidate should have J.D. degree with excellent academic credentials. Should have 3+ years handling commercial and/or construction contracts including NDAs, service agreements, construction agreements, design agreements, notices to proceed, mechanic's liens, warranty claims, construction claim correspondence, with a strong background in all facets of commercial, construction, and real estate law. Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) including ability to effectively relay large amounts of information in a concise format. Proven negotiation, drafting, and analytical skills for various types of commercial contracts including equipment purchase agreements, joint development agreements, non-disclosure agreements, construction agreements, services agreements. Demonstrated ability to be part of a team and complete assignments in a timely manner. Sound and practical business judgment. Demonstrated ability to work efficiently and independently, prioritize workflow, meet demanding deadlines, and manage multi-faceted projects in a fast-paced environment. Proven track record of learning quickly, taking initiative, working proactively, being resourceful and taking on additional responsibility. In-house legal experience is a plus.
 
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Corporate, Securities And M&a Attorney
Refer job# ROQD151146
 
Corporate, Securities and M&A Attorney The candidate will have a diverse range of responsibilities, primarily focused on securities law reporting and compliance, mergers and acquisitions, and corporate governance. Will also help with corporate structuring, finance, global equity and stock administration, and other corporate legal matters. As part of the role, should be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment with broad responsibility. Support securities law compliance and SEC reporting, including current and periodic reports, proxy statements, registration statements, and Section 16 filings. Assist in drafting and reviewing other public disclosures and corporate communications, including earnings releases, press releases and blogs. Have the ability to be the primary attorney on mergers and acquisitions and other strategic transactions and support all phases of deals. Help to develop, implement and continually improve company and team processes and procedures. Provide legal advice and support on global equity plans, executive compensation, and related matters. Partner with global cross-functional internal teams on various other corporate legal projects. Should have 4-6 years of corporate law experience (with at least 3+ years of related experience at a sophisticated law firm). Must have excellent academic credentials. State Bar admission in good standing (any U.S. jurisdiction) is required.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FOMR151147
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be primarily responsible for helping our commercial and medical organizations navigate the stringent and ever-changing regulatory landscape and providing legal advice to drive risk-based decision-making. Anticipate and proactively identify legal issues with an enterprise-wide view and provide clear, operational and effective legal advice that supports informed decisions. Collaborate across the legal and compliance departments to ensure coordinated delivery of advice. Attend promotional material review committee (PMRC) and review promotional and non-promotional materials and programs to ensure compliance with FDA and other legal requirements to identify and mitigate potential risks. Provide legal and compliance counseling in connection with federal and state laws, guidelines and industry standards impacting the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products. Work closely with the Compliance Department to develop, implement and monitor the Company's compliance programs and guidelines relating to all aspects of commercialization of FDA-regulated products. Develop and provide training covering areas such as OIG guidance requirements, anti-kickback laws, false claims and promotional and non-promotional materials and activities. Provide other legal support to the organization as needed. Individual contributor with no current direct supervisory reporting relationships. JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school and member of a state bar (if not licensed in New Jersey, able to obtain in-house counsel registration in NJ). 4-7 years experience providing FDA regulatory advice to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device companies, whether in-house or at a law firm with a nationally recognized FDA life sciences practice are required. Specific expertise required in pharmaceutical promotional and scientific exchange communications and activities, patient support programs, fraud and abuse and false claims act. Solid working knowledge of other laws, regulations, and industry standards that affect the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products, including FCPA, competition law; OIG guidance and opinions; Sunshine Act/transparency laws; privacy laws (including HIPAA and CCPA), product liability, and industry standards (e.g., PhRMA Code) are required. Strong understanding of the pharmaceutical industry and the laws and regulations governing it, and able to leverage legal and industry knowledge to anticipate potential issues and drive risk-based decision-making. Ability to follow verbal or written instructions and use of effective verbal communications are required. Examine and observe details are required. ID 2020-1510 Category Legal Type Regular Full-Time Overview Summary of Position: Reporting to the Associate General Counsel, the Corporate Counsel will be primarily responsible for helping our commercial and medical organizations navigate the stringent and ever-changing regulatory landscape and providing legal advice to drive risk-based decision-making. Responsibilities Duties and Responsibilities: Anticipate and proactively identify legal issues with an enterprise-wide view and provide clear, operational and effective legal advice that supports informed decisions. Collaborate across the legal and compliance departments to ensure coordinated delivery of advice. Attend promotional material review committee (PMRC) and review promotional and non-promotional materials and programs to ensure compliance with FDA and other legal requirements to identify and mitigate potential risks. Provide legal and compliance counseling in connection with federal and state laws, guidelines and industry standards impacting the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products. Work closely with the Compliance Department to develop, implement and monitor the Company's compliance programs and guidelines relating to all aspects of commercialization of FDA-regulated products. Develop and provide training covering areas such as OIG guidance requirements, anti-kickback laws, false claims and promotional and non-promotional materials and activities. Provide other legal support to the organization as needed. Supervision Exercised: Individual contributor with no current direct supervisory reporting relationships Qualifications Qualifications: Education Preferred: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school and member of a state bar (if not licensed in New Jersey, able to obtain in-house counsel registration in NJ). Work Experience: 4-7 years experience providing FDA regulatory advice to pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device companies, whether in-house or at a law firm with a nationally recognized FDA life sciences practice Specific expertise required in pharmaceutical promotional and scientific exchange communications and activities, patient support programs, fraud and abuse and false claims act. Solid working knowledge of other laws, regulations, and industry standards that affect the development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products, including FCPA, competition law; OIG guidance and opinions; Sunshine Act/transparency laws; privacy laws (including HIPAA and CCPA), product liability, and industry standards (e.g., PhRMA Code). Strong understanding of the pharmaceutical industry and the laws and regulations governing it, and able to leverage legal and industry knowledge to anticipate potential issues and drive risk-based decision-making. Physical and Mental Requirements: Physical demands would be similar to those in a traditional professional office setting Ability to multitask Adapts to change Maintain composure under pressure Ability to follow verbal or written instructions and use of effective verbal communications Adapts change, adjust change and grasps information quickly Examine and observe details Other Team player with excellent judgment and interpersonal skills and who will serve as an ambassador for the legal function within the organization. Ability to establish professional credibility and trust with clients at all levels of the organization by understanding business priorities and delivering accurate, clear and concise advice. Capacity to independently handle a variety of complex legal matters and balance competing priorities. Demonstrable experience taking ownership of issues and providing timely, actionable advice. Exceptional written, oral and presentation skills. Experience working with project teams, building processes and project implementation. Apply for this job online Email this job to a friend All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LQIZ151148
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Advising Product team as they develop and launch new software and services, both nationally and internationally. Analyzing and explaining contractual issues, assessing legal risks and giving clear advice to internal executives on various operational matters. Drafting and negotiating partnership agreements, technology licenses, inter-company agreements, and other complex commercial documents, in close coordination with deal team leads. Preparing letters of intent and term sheets, in addition to privacy policies and terms of use for mobile apps and websites. Managing the day-to-day work of paralegal/contract manager. Reviewing marketing materials and press releases. Consulting with relevant experts and providing guidance on data privacy matters as well as open-source topics. Building out a library of form agreements, in connection with outside counsel. Supporting the continuous improvement of internal legal processes.

Qualifications: Outstanding academic credentials. Admitted to practice law in at least one state. 3-5 years of experience in general commercial, M&A or technology transactions intellectual property matters. 2+ years of work with a nationally recognized law firm. Capable of working independently while managing tasks for multiple internal clients. Commercial mindset, with international or cross-border experience, preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
 
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Associate General Counsel - Privacy
Refer job# FCOH151149
 
Associate General Counsel - Privacy The candidate responsibilities will include: Advising Connect business on global data protection and privacy laws and regulations, drawing on knowledge and experience with specific industry requirements, self-regulatory codes, and best practices. Identifying business risks and requirements resulting from new and evolving privacy laws and regulations. Analyzing existing and new products and solutions, including traditional market research panels and innovative products involving emerging technologies, and ensuring they comply with applicable privacy and data protection laws and industry best practices. Leading the implementation of privacy compliance processes, including privacy impact assessments, data inventories, data subject access requests, vendor privacy reviews, and incident response procedures. Working with colleagues in Legal, Compliance, CyberSecurity, HR and the Connect businesses to continually enhance and manage Company's privacy compliance framework. Representing Company before global data protection regulators as well as in state and national trade organizations and liaising with business partners regarding legislative and/or regulatory issues related to privacy and data protection. Responding to regulatory inquiries related to privacy and data protection. Developing/executing advocacy strategies with respect to legislative and agency rulemaking related to privacy and data protection. Developing and providing data protection training and awareness programs/materials. Reviewing, drafting and negotiating agreements with customers, business partners and vendors with a focus on privacy and data protection terms. Drafting privacy statements, and other privacy disclosures for websites, mobile apps, panels, surveys, and employees in connection with Company products and services. Advising on notification and other obligations in connection with security/privacy incidents and Company's incident response program. Other related matters as assigned.

Qualifications: Deep knowledge of US, EU and other international data protection laws. Minimum 6-10 years of privacy and data protection-related legal experience in-house with a global company or combined with time spent at a law firm. Ability to work collaboratively with people at all levels of the Company, and to present to business leadership on privacy-related matters. Solid understanding of Internet technologies; Experience in a digital marketing industry/ad tech preferred. Sound judgment, excellent problem-solving skills, practicality, a focus on business outcomes, and flexibility to manage multiple matters simultaneously. Ability to share knowledge and best practices effectively with colleagues in the Legal Department and business stakeholders. Excellent writing and communication skills. Comfortable in a fast-paced, ever-changing industry. The ability to identify, prioritize and resolve issues quickly, effectively and pragmatically is essential. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) accreditation preferred.
 
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Senior Counsel - Securities
Refer job# NLCC151150
 
Senior Counsel - Securities Duties: Responsible for providing legal support related to SEC regulatory matters, including public disclosure, quarterly and annual reporting, shareholder meetings and related matters, and proxy filings. Will also play a key role in corporate governance matters, including legal advice and support related to managing corporate entities throughout the world. Taking a leading role, in partnership with other law department and enterprise colleagues, in ensuring the company meets all of its legal responsibilities concerning SEC and related regulatory requirements. Coordinating, with the assistance of other enterprise functions, all required public disclosures and reporting. Advising on cooperate governance matters, including Board and Board Committee obligations. Assisting in responding to any shareholder demands, initiatives, or other actions. Strategically advising on structures and governance for new and existing business around the world. Frequent collaboration with various supporting functions necessary for effective SEC and related compliance.

REQUIREMENTS: Law degree from an accredited law school and a license to practice law in at least one jurisdiction. 6+ years of legal experience obtained at a reputable law firm or as in-house counsel. Expertise handling public securities and SEC regulatory matters. Demonstrated accountability for meeting the disclosure and reporting requirements of a public company. Computer Skills: Standard computer skills. Communication Skills: Superior written and verbal communication skills. Special Skills: Excellent professional judgment combined with superior interpersonal, organizational and communications skills and a sincere appreciation of working as an integral part of a commercial team. The successful candidate will have some background in, and knowledge of the business judgment needed to effectively operate within and affect business-oriented solutions in the global arena. Someone who is a doer and is highly proactive, practical and business-focused. Someone who will engage his or her colleagues, and who emphasizes a team- and improvement-oriented approach. Someone willing to help continue to build their skills and knowledge and is open to new challenges as they arise Supervisory: Manage outside counsel and possible supervision of other in-house attorneys paralegals or administrative assistants.
 
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Counsel Ii - Commercial Contracts
Refer job# RGHA151151
 
Counsel II - Commercial Contracts Duties: Support our internal clients in the structuring, drafting, negotiation and review of a wide variety of commercial contracts including sales, distribution and OEM agreements, reseller agreements, cloud services, technology licensing, master services agreements and related scopes of work, independent contractor, consulting, vendor and procurement, IT, software licensing and evaluation, end-user license and subscription agreements, marketing, logistics, manufacturing, product development, supply, distribution, and capital equipment agreements, equipment loan and evaluation agreements, support and maintenance agreements, and facilities-related agreements. Conduct legal reviews and advise business groups regarding compliance and regulatory matters including antitrust and competition laws, anti-corruption, international trade and export restrictions, data privacy, and related matters. Review and analyze proposed business transactions in light of internal policies, standard operating procedures and applicable laws to mitigate risk and ensure compliance with company policies and strategy. Advise management and business groups on all aspects of commercial contracts and handle pre-litigation disputes and inquiries. Become a subject matter expert in contract management programs and drive efficiencies in the contracting process. Implement and update standard contract terms and templates. Organized and hard-working, with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment and manage numerous projects simultaneously under deadline pressure. Capacity to work independently, as well as part of a team, with exceptional interpersonal skills, a sense of humor, unquestionable ethics and integrity, and sound judgment. Ability to communicate professionally and effectively, write clearly and concisely, and manage people and tasks to a deadline.

Experience: Significant experience working with commercial contracts. Risk mitigation experience required. Should have JD and current membership in a state bar. Transactional experience at a law firm or comparable in-house corporate legal environment (both in house and law firm experience a major plus) preferred. Compliance and regulatory experience preferred.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial
Refer job# FEMY151152
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial The candidate will play a key role in supporting company's U.S. Sales and Professional Services organizations in structuring commercial transactions, and drafting and negotiating commercial agreements. Negotiate and draft master subscription agreements, professional services agreements and other types of agreements with customers in support of U.S. Sales and Professional Services organizations. Partner with revenue recognition, sales operations, technology operations, and other stakeholder teams to ensure agreements are consistent with internal corporate policies and processes. Partner with Sales and other internal business constituents throughout the customer lifecycle to ensure customer success and protection of company. Should have Undergraduate degree and a law degree. Must have 10+ years combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department including experience negotiating and drafting technology license/Internet service agreements and professional services agreements/ Excellent written/verbal communication and negotiation skills are required. Should have familiarity with, or willingness to learn, technical concepts in Web applications. Should preferable have substantive expertise in intellectual property law. Substantial experience in supporting sales departments as an internal client is desired.
 
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