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We are pleased that your assessment of options has led you to General Counsel Consulting, and we invite you to browse our website to learn more about our firm and the career opportunities we offer. If you would like to be considered for an in-house attorney position, feel free to submit your resume.
 
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Senior Director, Corporate Counsel Employment And Labor

Boca Raton FL Senior Director, Corporate Counsel Employment And Labor The candidate responsibilities will include: Manages outside counsel in single party employment litigation claims to insure result oriented, cost-effective results. Drafts and amends legal documents (e.g., contracts, response to demand letters, position statements or legal memoranda). Counsels management on legal requirements, corporate polices and procedures, best practices and strategies for managing litigation and risk exposure. Continuously identifies and implements process improvements in the delivery of legal services. Manages and provides strategic advice and assessment of non-compete, non-solicitation and confidentiality agreements. Develops strong partnerships with internal clients and cross-functional areas to achieve successful business outcomes. Develops and delivers training on various legal issues to client groups. May advise on labor issues including organizing efforts and collective bargaining agreements. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have Graduation from an accredited law school with J.D. with a strong academic record, admission to at least one state bar. Should have 10+ years for professional legal experience. Must have substantial relevant subject matter experience required in one or more of the following fields: wage and hour compliance, OFCCP compliance, labor organizing campaigns and negotiation of mandatory bargaining issues, ADA, ADEA, FMLA, Title VII, regulatory compliance, contracts, regulatory compliance, and employment or labor litigation. Exercise independent judgment in determining when supervisory input is necessary. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-19

Corporate Counsel (technology)

Mooresville NC Corporate Counsel (Technology) The candidate purpose is to identify legal risks and execute a mitigation plan by understanding legal issues and translating them into easily understood and practical legal advice and counsel to applicable client group. This includes responsibility for managing, negotiating, drafting and overseeing a variety of complex and cutting-edge commercial and technology matters and agreements, The position will: review, draft, negotiate and provide business-focused legal advice with respect to digital and technology transactions (SaaS, software license, and software/application development agreements); establish and update digital and technology agreement forms; conduct legal research; provide legal advice on routine issues impacting the business; and analyze and summarize routine legal documents. Manages and supports client groups by providing practical legal advice and recommendations on day to day legal issues, enabling the client to meet its business objectives consistent with the Company's risk tolerance. Provides legal counsel and negotiation of contracts related to technology, including privacy and data protection, information management, technology outsourcing and procurement, software licensing, cloud service providers and data/services hosted by third parties, software development, and data and analytics. Monitors developments, including proposed legislation and court decisions related to technology, including data privacy laws, and evaluates impact on operations. Recommends and provides legal advice and support to the companys IT organization in developing routine policy and procedural improvements, consulting the business on issues related to technology, and providing practical advice in response to rapidly changing conditions. Works with outside legal counsel and orchestrates legal processes on behalf of the company in liaison with outside counsel at the direction of Assistant General Counsel and executive leadership. Works with key strategic external relationships through involvement in industry, community, or civic groups to bring added value to the company. Conducts legal research and applies research to facts and is able to communicate the analysis in an easily understood work product to leadership. Identifies legal risks and designs plans to mitigate and prevent routine legal risks. Drafts, reviews, and negotiates a variety of agreements and documents and continuously seeks ways to improve the forms, processes, or systems involved. Prepares and delivers training, memorandums, and presentations to employees, management, executives, or other members of the Legal Department on legal matters. Collaborates on complex projects and supports others in the Legal Department (i.e. attorneys across the Legal Department in order to provide meaningful and practical advice and recommendations to clients). Negotiates with outside parties on contractual issues and legal disputes including settlement conferences or negotiating key contract terms.

The candidate should have Master's Degree in Law and/or Juris Doctor degree. Must have 6+ years of relevant experience in a top tier law firm or mixture of relevant experience in top-tier law firm, corporate legal department setting, and/or government agency; Experience with negotiating against Technology companies. Must be active state bar member in good standing of at least one U.S. jurisdiction. Should have 1+ years of Direct experience with public company legal issues, processes and procedures. Must have 5+ years of demonstrated proficiency in one legal functional area. Career track of progressive, documented accomplishments with broad diversity of experiences is desired.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-19

Commercial Attorney/senior Contracts Specialist

Diamond Bar CA Commercial Attorney/Senior Contracts Specialist The candidate duties inlcudes: Structuring, reviewing, revising and negotiating both strategic framework agreements and transactional documents with customer prospects for the full scope of firms offerings including Subscription Services for both deployed and hosted software solutions, Managed Services, Professional Services and Trainings; Educating prospects on open source licensing and firms business model; Structuring, reviewing, revising and negotiating NDAs, subcontracting and channel partner agreements; Supporting marketing activities with an emphasis on data protection and competition law compliance; Providing first point of contact support for other non-revenue contract related legal issues arising in North America (e. g. certain vendor agreements, leases, etc.); Identifying legal and operational risks and advising the business on options and consequences; Training internal clients on legal and contracting policies and issues, communicating with field personnel to educate on policies and procedures. Advising the business and general operations in a variety of areas (commercial, competition, corporate, IT, communications, IP, data protection, etc.), summarizing and communicating concepts that business can use; Supporting the continuous improvement of standard form agreements, playbooks, contract templates, and legal processes; Conducting legal research; Managing and coordinating legal matters handled by outside counsel; Assisting in the establishment and roll-out of company-wide policies with respect to programs, compliance, privacy, corporate, employment, security and intellectual property matters.

The candidate Should preferably fully trained lawyers who are qualified in at least one U.S. state jurisdiction. Additional qualifications in other jurisdictions in particular in the EU or the U.S. are an advantage. Ability to negotiate agreements in English is a must; ability to negotiate agreements in other languages is highly desired. Strong financial and business acumen is very important. Technical understanding of IT infrastructures and software development models is desirable. Prior experience in procurement or sales of software-based products and solutions is preferred. Ideally, 2-5 years of legal work experience, demonstrated success in in-house environments is preferred.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2019-08-19

Counsel - Equipment Finance

Pittsburgh PA Counsel - Equipment Finance The candidate responsibilities will include: Giving legal advice and support directly to relationship managers, credit officers, paralegals, documentation specialists, and loan administrators and servicers on equipment finance leasing and lending matters of varying complexity; Drafting, reviewing and/or negotiating lease and loan documents relating to all types of lease and loan transactions; Advising on ongoing administration of leases and loans and collateral; Updating standard commercial lease, loan, security agreement and related forms; Active participation in select internal client and department-level committees and boards; Collaborating with clients and colleagues to improve internal processes and enhance efficiency consistent with PNCs risk framework while also delivering a positive customer experience; Providing training to documentation specialists and lending/credit/documentation staff; and Selecting and overseeing services of approved outside counsel. Identifies and manages legal risk for the organization. Conducts research, provides substantive and procedural legal advice, and participates in significant legal matters. Manages outside counsel relationships and expense. Reviews and prepares transactional and other legal documentation. Must have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Currently licensed to practice in the courts of one or more states required. Should have 5+ years of experience in secured transactions, including commercial leasing and commercial lending laws. Must have broad scope of experience in representing banks and/or equipment finance companies in middle market and large corporate commercial leasing and lending transactions. Specialty equipment finance expertise, such as in vendor, aviation, energy, cross-border (particularly Canada), municipal and/or similar specialty areas, a plus. Must have basic knowledge of SharePoint, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe and Word. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-19

Counsel - Equipment Finance

Philadelphia PA Counsel - Equipment Finance The candidate responsibilities will include: Giving legal advice and support directly to relationship managers, credit officers, paralegals, documentation specialists, and loan administrators and servicers on equipment finance leasing and lending matters of varying complexity; Drafting, reviewing and/or negotiating lease and loan documents relating to all types of lease and loan transactions; Advising on ongoing administration of leases and loans and collateral; Updating standard commercial lease, loan, security agreement and related forms; Active participation in select internal client and department-level committees and boards; Collaborating with clients and colleagues to improve internal processes and enhance efficiency consistent with PNCs risk framework while also delivering a positive customer experience; Providing training to documentation specialists and lending/credit/documentation staff; and Selecting and overseeing services of approved outside counsel. Identifies and manages legal risk for the organization. Conducts research, provides substantive and procedural legal advice, and participates in significant legal matters. Manages outside counsel relationships and expense. Reviews and prepares transactional and other legal documentation. Must have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Currently licensed to practice in the courts of one or more states required. Should have 5+ years of experience in secured transactions, including commercial leasing and commercial lending laws. Must have broad scope of experience in representing banks and/or equipment finance companies in middle market and large corporate commercial leasing and lending transactions. Specialty equipment finance expertise, such as in vendor, aviation, energy, cross-border (particularly Canada), municipal and/or similar specialty areas, a plus. Must have basic knowledge of SharePoint, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe and Word. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-19

Counsel - Equipment Finance

Cincinnati OH Counsel - Equipment Finance The candidate responsibilities will include: Giving legal advice and support directly to relationship managers, credit officers, paralegals, documentation specialists, and loan administrators and servicers on equipment finance leasing and lending matters of varying complexity; Drafting, reviewing and/or negotiating lease and loan documents relating to all types of lease and loan transactions; Advising on ongoing administration of leases and loans and collateral; Updating standard commercial lease, loan, security agreement and related forms; Active participation in select internal client and department-level committees and boards; Collaborating with clients and colleagues to improve internal processes and enhance efficiency consistent with PNCs risk framework while also delivering a positive customer experience; Providing training to documentation specialists and lending/credit/documentation staff; and Selecting and overseeing services of approved outside counsel. Identifies and manages legal risk for the organization. Conducts research, provides substantive and procedural legal advice, and participates in significant legal matters. Manages outside counsel relationships and expense. Reviews and prepares transactional and other legal documentation. Must have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Currently licensed to practice in the courts of one or more states required. Should have 5+ years of experience in secured transactions, including commercial leasing and commercial lending laws. Must have broad scope of experience in representing banks and/or equipment finance companies in middle market and large corporate commercial leasing and lending transactions. Specialty equipment finance expertise, such as in vendor, aviation, energy, cross-border (particularly Canada), municipal and/or similar specialty areas, a plus. Must have basic knowledge of SharePoint, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe and Word. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-19

Commercial Attorney/Senior Contracts Specialist

Raleigh NC Commercial Attorney/Senior Contracts Specialist Duties: Structuring, reviewing, revising and negotiating both strategic framework agreements and transactional documents with customer prospects for the full scope of offerings including Subscription Services for both deployed and hosted software solutions, Managed Services, Professional Services and Trainings; Educating prospects on open source licensing and business model; Structuring, reviewing, revising and negotiating NDAs, subcontracting and channel partner agreements; Supporting marketing activities with an emphasis on data protection and competition law compliance; Providing first point of contact support for other non-revenue contract related legal issues arising in North America (e. g. certain vendor agreements, leases, etc.); Identifying legal and operational risks and advising the business on options and consequences; Training internal clients on legal and contracting policies and issues, communicating with field personnel to educate on policies and procedures. Advising the business and general operations in a variety of areas (commercial, competition, corporate, IT, communications, IP, data protection, etc.), summarizing and communicating concepts that business can use. Supporting the continuous improvement of standard form agreements, playbooks, contract templates, and legal processes. Conducting legal research. Managing and coordinating legal matters handled by outside counsel.Assisting in the establishment and roll-out of company-wide policies with respect to programs, compliance, privacy, corporate, employment, security and intellectual property matters.

Qualifications: Fully trained lawyers who are qualified in at least one U.S. state jurisdiction. Additional qualifications in other jurisdictions in particular in the EU or the U.S. are an advantage. Creative problem-solving skills with a focus on achieving results that benefit our business while recognizing client needs. Ability to negotiate agreements in English is a must; ability to negotiate agreements in other languages is highly desired. Strong financial and business acumen is very important.Technical understanding of IT infrastructures and software development models is desirable. Prior experience in procurement or sales of software-based products and solutions is preferred. 2-5 years of legal work experience, demonstrated success in in-house environments is preferred.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2019-08-19

Corporate Counsel

Salt Lake City UT Corporate Counsel Duties: Advising senior management, business managers, business development personnel and other personnel on all aspects of commercial transactions, as well as various laws and regulations affecting the companys businesses. Negotiating and drafting of contracts, including service agreement, bank agreements, marketing agreements intellectual property licenses, consulting agreements, non-disclosure agreements. Coordinating all legal aspects of transactions, including counseling on deal structure, drafting letters of intent/term sheets, conducting or supervising due diligence, drafting and/or reviewing transaction documents and briefing senior management prior to final approval. Managing various projects and deadlines. Strengthening and maintaining the compliance function including conducting internal compliance reviews. Advising executives on contract status, legal risks and business terms of various deals Providing assistance with joint ventures, strategic partnership deals, and mergers and acquisitions. Researching unique legal issues impacting the organization by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions, and codes. Keeping abreast of legislative changes that may affect the company and its affiliates. Performing pre-litigation work to minimize risks and maximize legal rights. Reviewing advertising and marketing materials to ensure compliance with legal requirements. Developing solutions to complex legal questions. Providing training to company and its affiliates on substantive legal topics. Developing the organizations policies on industry-specific issues, corporate governance or regulatory affairs. Analyzing and summarizing complicated legal documents including contracts; making suggestions for alterations of those documents. Anticipating and mitigating potential legal problems within the organization and developing strategies to avoid costly litigation and reduce potential areas of risk. Developing forms and templates for business initiatives.

Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited law school; current registration in the Utah Bar. 2-5 years of experience in the practice of law after admittance to the bar. Experience and expertise in one or more particular fields of legal specialization including anti-money laundering, prepaid card rules and regulations, credit card rules and regulations, and other payment related fields is preferred. Knowledge concerning legal issues involving financial entities. Ability to learn and gain expertise in new areas. Ability to conduct accurate, high-quality legal research. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Ability to use good judgment and discretion. Ability to maintain confidentiality. Understanding of legal ethics. Strong experience in structuring, negotiating and drafting complex contracts independently. Desirable: Business savvy and ability to partner with business teams to facilitate achievement of business objectives. Ability to work effectively with business personnel at all levels. Ability to work independently, but also to accept direction from General Counsel. Collegial style, team player. Excellent communication skills. Deadline: 10-Sep-2019 (MST)
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2019-08-19

Corporate Counsel

Boulder CO Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide day-to-day legal counsel to company stakeholders on general corporate and compliance matters Draft, review, negotiate and implement contracts Manage intellectual property portfolio Complete, file and manage applications for business registrations and licenses necessary for the operation of the company in various jurisdictions. Research an array of critical legal issues and deliver practical and concise analysis regarding those issues. Although this is a general outline of job responsibilities all employees are expected to be hands on and do whatever it takes to get the job done and make the company thrive.

Qualifications: A JD Degree from an accredited school with strong academic credentials. Licensed to practice law and in good standing in Colorado. 3-8 years of experience in a law firm or corporate setting, with solid contract drafting experience. Experience with CPG industry is helpful. Demonstrate a business-friendly approach to legal problem solving and be able to effectively counsel internal clients by providing them with clear and concise practical advice as well as creative solutions. Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to interface effectively with all levels and to keep relevant stakeholders regularly and timely updated. A strong desire to learn the business and new areas of law Able to quickly gain a rapport and working relationship with business personnel to encourage and continue the proactive use of in-house legal counsel. Able to communicate clearly and work effectively and cooperatively with colleagues from different functions, different offices, and at every level of the companys organization. Excellent judgment and initiative in developing creative and effective solutions, using a business-oriented approach. Proficient in setting priorities and managing expectations with respect to deliverables and deadlines. Self-starter who is sharp, quick to pick up new concepts, and willing to dig in and become an expert Âť as needs arise. A proven ability to manage multiple projects.
Legal 3 - 8 Full-time 2019-08-19

Attorney - Litigation

Monroe LA Attorney - Litigation Duties: Support by conducting contract negotiations; drafting agreements and contract templates; developing and implementing new contract structures to support new product/technology development efforts; clearly and concisely identifying and explaining the ramifications of contractual terms to the business decision makers and third-parties during contract negotiations; providing ongoing management and maintenance of contracts, including providing contract summaries and interpretations to sales teams and executive management; and investigating, negotiating and resolving contract disputes.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Current license to practice law in state where attorneys office will be located or another state. Excellent writing, drafting and verbal communications skills. Organizational, time-management and prioritization capabilities; able to manage workload independently, efficiently and with minimal supervision. Able to negotiate, prioritize and manage a large volume of contracts and associated issues. Must be a team player. Sound business and legal judgment.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-19
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In-House - Assistant General Counsel ? Health Care Transactions - Chicago's Northern Suburbs
In-House,Confidential
Location : Chicago Illinois United States

Our client, an established nationwide health care treatment company headquartered in Chicago's Northern suburbs, is actively seeking an experienced health care attorney to join its growing legal team as Assistant General Counsel.  Target candidates w... + read more

aug 19, 2019


Legal Counsel, Internet Services - App Store (transactions/dispute exp.) - 200051898
In-House,Apple, Inc.
Location : Cupertino California United States

Job Summary: Imagine what you could do here. At Apple, new ideas have a way of becoming great products, services, and customer experiences very quickly. Bring passion and dedication to your job and there's no telling what you could accomplish. Do... + read more

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Senior Director, Corporate Counsel Employment And Labor
Refer job# DXTO145572
 
Senior Director, Corporate Counsel Employment And Labor The candidate responsibilities will include: Manages outside counsel in single party employment litigation claims to insure result oriented, cost-effective results. Drafts and amends legal documents (e.g., contracts, response to demand letters, position statements or legal memoranda). Counsels management on legal requirements, corporate polices and procedures, best practices and strategies for managing litigation and risk exposure. Continuously identifies and implements process improvements in the delivery of legal services. Manages and provides strategic advice and assessment of non-compete, non-solicitation and confidentiality agreements. Develops strong partnerships with internal clients and cross-functional areas to achieve successful business outcomes. Develops and delivers training on various legal issues to client groups. May advise on labor issues including organizing efforts and collective bargaining agreements. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have Graduation from an accredited law school with J.D. with a strong academic record, admission to at least one state bar. Should have 10+ years for professional legal experience. Must have substantial relevant subject matter experience required in one or more of the following fields: wage and hour compliance, OFCCP compliance, labor organizing campaigns and negotiation of mandatory bargaining issues, ADA, ADEA, FMLA, Title VII, regulatory compliance, contracts, regulatory compliance, and employment or labor litigation. Exercise independent judgment in determining when supervisory input is necessary.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel (technology)
Refer job# BDCL145573
 
Corporate Counsel (Technology) The candidate purpose is to identify legal risks and execute a mitigation plan by understanding legal issues and translating them into easily understood and practical legal advice and counsel to applicable client group. This includes responsibility for managing, negotiating, drafting and overseeing a variety of complex and cutting-edge commercial and technology matters and agreements, The position will: review, draft, negotiate and provide business-focused legal advice with respect to digital and technology transactions (SaaS, software license, and software/application development agreements); establish and update digital and technology agreement forms; conduct legal research; provide legal advice on routine issues impacting the business; and analyze and summarize routine legal documents. Manages and supports client groups by providing practical legal advice and recommendations on day to day legal issues, enabling the client to meet its business objectives consistent with the Company's risk tolerance. Provides legal counsel and negotiation of contracts related to technology, including privacy and data protection, information management, technology outsourcing and procurement, software licensing, cloud service providers and data/services hosted by third parties, software development, and data and analytics. Monitors developments, including proposed legislation and court decisions related to technology, including data privacy laws, and evaluates impact on operations. Recommends and provides legal advice and support to the companys IT organization in developing routine policy and procedural improvements, consulting the business on issues related to technology, and providing practical advice in response to rapidly changing conditions. Works with outside legal counsel and orchestrates legal processes on behalf of the company in liaison with outside counsel at the direction of Assistant General Counsel and executive leadership. Works with key strategic external relationships through involvement in industry, community, or civic groups to bring added value to the company. Conducts legal research and applies research to facts and is able to communicate the analysis in an easily understood work product to leadership. Identifies legal risks and designs plans to mitigate and prevent routine legal risks. Drafts, reviews, and negotiates a variety of agreements and documents and continuously seeks ways to improve the forms, processes, or systems involved. Prepares and delivers training, memorandums, and presentations to employees, management, executives, or other members of the Legal Department on legal matters. Collaborates on complex projects and supports others in the Legal Department (i.e. attorneys across the Legal Department in order to provide meaningful and practical advice and recommendations to clients). Negotiates with outside parties on contractual issues and legal disputes including settlement conferences or negotiating key contract terms.

The candidate should have Master's Degree in Law and/or Juris Doctor degree. Must have 6+ years of relevant experience in a top tier law firm or mixture of relevant experience in top-tier law firm, corporate legal department setting, and/or government agency; Experience with negotiating against Technology companies. Must be active state bar member in good standing of at least one U.S. jurisdiction. Should have 1+ years of Direct experience with public company legal issues, processes and procedures. Must have 5+ years of demonstrated proficiency in one legal functional area. Career track of progressive, documented accomplishments with broad diversity of experiences is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Commercial Attorney/senior Contracts Specialist
Refer job# SBVQ145574
 
Commercial Attorney/Senior Contracts Specialist The candidate duties inlcudes: Structuring, reviewing, revising and negotiating both strategic framework agreements and transactional documents with customer prospects for the full scope of firms offerings including Subscription Services for both deployed and hosted software solutions, Managed Services, Professional Services and Trainings; Educating prospects on open source licensing and firms business model; Structuring, reviewing, revising and negotiating NDAs, subcontracting and channel partner agreements; Supporting marketing activities with an emphasis on data protection and competition law compliance; Providing first point of contact support for other non-revenue contract related legal issues arising in North America (e. g. certain vendor agreements, leases, etc.); Identifying legal and operational risks and advising the business on options and consequences; Training internal clients on legal and contracting policies and issues, communicating with field personnel to educate on policies and procedures. Advising the business and general operations in a variety of areas (commercial, competition, corporate, IT, communications, IP, data protection, etc.), summarizing and communicating concepts that business can use; Supporting the continuous improvement of standard form agreements, playbooks, contract templates, and legal processes; Conducting legal research; Managing and coordinating legal matters handled by outside counsel; Assisting in the establishment and roll-out of company-wide policies with respect to programs, compliance, privacy, corporate, employment, security and intellectual property matters.

The candidate Should preferably fully trained lawyers who are qualified in at least one U.S. state jurisdiction. Additional qualifications in other jurisdictions in particular in the EU or the U.S. are an advantage. Ability to negotiate agreements in English is a must; ability to negotiate agreements in other languages is highly desired. Strong financial and business acumen is very important. Technical understanding of IT infrastructures and software development models is desirable. Prior experience in procurement or sales of software-based products and solutions is preferred. Ideally, 2-5 years of legal work experience, demonstrated success in in-house environments is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Counsel - Equipment Finance
Refer job# FUKP145575
 
Counsel - Equipment Finance The candidate responsibilities will include: Giving legal advice and support directly to relationship managers, credit officers, paralegals, documentation specialists, and loan administrators and servicers on equipment finance leasing and lending matters of varying complexity; Drafting, reviewing and/or negotiating lease and loan documents relating to all types of lease and loan transactions; Advising on ongoing administration of leases and loans and collateral; Updating standard commercial lease, loan, security agreement and related forms; Active participation in select internal client and department-level committees and boards; Collaborating with clients and colleagues to improve internal processes and enhance efficiency consistent with PNCs risk framework while also delivering a positive customer experience; Providing training to documentation specialists and lending/credit/documentation staff; and Selecting and overseeing services of approved outside counsel. Identifies and manages legal risk for the organization. Conducts research, provides substantive and procedural legal advice, and participates in significant legal matters. Manages outside counsel relationships and expense. Reviews and prepares transactional and other legal documentation. Must have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Currently licensed to practice in the courts of one or more states required. Should have 5+ years of experience in secured transactions, including commercial leasing and commercial lending laws. Must have broad scope of experience in representing banks and/or equipment finance companies in middle market and large corporate commercial leasing and lending transactions. Specialty equipment finance expertise, such as in vendor, aviation, energy, cross-border (particularly Canada), municipal and/or similar specialty areas, a plus. Must have basic knowledge of SharePoint, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe and Word.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel - Equipment Finance
Refer job# BRJE145576
 
Counsel - Equipment Finance The candidate responsibilities will include: Giving legal advice and support directly to relationship managers, credit officers, paralegals, documentation specialists, and loan administrators and servicers on equipment finance leasing and lending matters of varying complexity; Drafting, reviewing and/or negotiating lease and loan documents relating to all types of lease and loan transactions; Advising on ongoing administration of leases and loans and collateral; Updating standard commercial lease, loan, security agreement and related forms; Active participation in select internal client and department-level committees and boards; Collaborating with clients and colleagues to improve internal processes and enhance efficiency consistent with PNCs risk framework while also delivering a positive customer experience; Providing training to documentation specialists and lending/credit/documentation staff; and Selecting and overseeing services of approved outside counsel. Identifies and manages legal risk for the organization. Conducts research, provides substantive and procedural legal advice, and participates in significant legal matters. Manages outside counsel relationships and expense. Reviews and prepares transactional and other legal documentation. Must have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Currently licensed to practice in the courts of one or more states required. Should have 5+ years of experience in secured transactions, including commercial leasing and commercial lending laws. Must have broad scope of experience in representing banks and/or equipment finance companies in middle market and large corporate commercial leasing and lending transactions. Specialty equipment finance expertise, such as in vendor, aviation, energy, cross-border (particularly Canada), municipal and/or similar specialty areas, a plus. Must have basic knowledge of SharePoint, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe and Word.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel - Equipment Finance
Refer job# AUHJ145577
 
Counsel - Equipment Finance The candidate responsibilities will include: Giving legal advice and support directly to relationship managers, credit officers, paralegals, documentation specialists, and loan administrators and servicers on equipment finance leasing and lending matters of varying complexity; Drafting, reviewing and/or negotiating lease and loan documents relating to all types of lease and loan transactions; Advising on ongoing administration of leases and loans and collateral; Updating standard commercial lease, loan, security agreement and related forms; Active participation in select internal client and department-level committees and boards; Collaborating with clients and colleagues to improve internal processes and enhance efficiency consistent with PNCs risk framework while also delivering a positive customer experience; Providing training to documentation specialists and lending/credit/documentation staff; and Selecting and overseeing services of approved outside counsel. Identifies and manages legal risk for the organization. Conducts research, provides substantive and procedural legal advice, and participates in significant legal matters. Manages outside counsel relationships and expense. Reviews and prepares transactional and other legal documentation. Must have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Currently licensed to practice in the courts of one or more states required. Should have 5+ years of experience in secured transactions, including commercial leasing and commercial lending laws. Must have broad scope of experience in representing banks and/or equipment finance companies in middle market and large corporate commercial leasing and lending transactions. Specialty equipment finance expertise, such as in vendor, aviation, energy, cross-border (particularly Canada), municipal and/or similar specialty areas, a plus. Must have basic knowledge of SharePoint, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe and Word.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Commercial Attorney/Senior Contracts Specialist
Refer job# XUIT145578
 
Commercial Attorney/Senior Contracts Specialist Duties: Structuring, reviewing, revising and negotiating both strategic framework agreements and transactional documents with customer prospects for the full scope of offerings including Subscription Services for both deployed and hosted software solutions, Managed Services, Professional Services and Trainings; Educating prospects on open source licensing and business model; Structuring, reviewing, revising and negotiating NDAs, subcontracting and channel partner agreements; Supporting marketing activities with an emphasis on data protection and competition law compliance; Providing first point of contact support for other non-revenue contract related legal issues arising in North America (e. g. certain vendor agreements, leases, etc.); Identifying legal and operational risks and advising the business on options and consequences; Training internal clients on legal and contracting policies and issues, communicating with field personnel to educate on policies and procedures. Advising the business and general operations in a variety of areas (commercial, competition, corporate, IT, communications, IP, data protection, etc.), summarizing and communicating concepts that business can use. Supporting the continuous improvement of standard form agreements, playbooks, contract templates, and legal processes. Conducting legal research. Managing and coordinating legal matters handled by outside counsel.Assisting in the establishment and roll-out of company-wide policies with respect to programs, compliance, privacy, corporate, employment, security and intellectual property matters.

Qualifications: Fully trained lawyers who are qualified in at least one U.S. state jurisdiction. Additional qualifications in other jurisdictions in particular in the EU or the U.S. are an advantage. Creative problem-solving skills with a focus on achieving results that benefit our business while recognizing client needs. Ability to negotiate agreements in English is a must; ability to negotiate agreements in other languages is highly desired. Strong financial and business acumen is very important.Technical understanding of IT infrastructures and software development models is desirable. Prior experience in procurement or sales of software-based products and solutions is preferred. 2-5 years of legal work experience, demonstrated success in in-house environments is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CZYF145579
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Advising senior management, business managers, business development personnel and other personnel on all aspects of commercial transactions, as well as various laws and regulations affecting the companys businesses. Negotiating and drafting of contracts, including service agreement, bank agreements, marketing agreements intellectual property licenses, consulting agreements, non-disclosure agreements. Coordinating all legal aspects of transactions, including counseling on deal structure, drafting letters of intent/term sheets, conducting or supervising due diligence, drafting and/or reviewing transaction documents and briefing senior management prior to final approval. Managing various projects and deadlines. Strengthening and maintaining the compliance function including conducting internal compliance reviews. Advising executives on contract status, legal risks and business terms of various deals Providing assistance with joint ventures, strategic partnership deals, and mergers and acquisitions. Researching unique legal issues impacting the organization by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions, and codes. Keeping abreast of legislative changes that may affect the company and its affiliates. Performing pre-litigation work to minimize risks and maximize legal rights. Reviewing advertising and marketing materials to ensure compliance with legal requirements. Developing solutions to complex legal questions. Providing training to company and its affiliates on substantive legal topics. Developing the organizations policies on industry-specific issues, corporate governance or regulatory affairs. Analyzing and summarizing complicated legal documents including contracts; making suggestions for alterations of those documents. Anticipating and mitigating potential legal problems within the organization and developing strategies to avoid costly litigation and reduce potential areas of risk. Developing forms and templates for business initiatives.

Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited law school; current registration in the Utah Bar. 2-5 years of experience in the practice of law after admittance to the bar. Experience and expertise in one or more particular fields of legal specialization including anti-money laundering, prepaid card rules and regulations, credit card rules and regulations, and other payment related fields is preferred. Knowledge concerning legal issues involving financial entities. Ability to learn and gain expertise in new areas. Ability to conduct accurate, high-quality legal research. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Ability to use good judgment and discretion. Ability to maintain confidentiality. Understanding of legal ethics. Strong experience in structuring, negotiating and drafting complex contracts independently. Desirable: Business savvy and ability to partner with business teams to facilitate achievement of business objectives. Ability to work effectively with business personnel at all levels. Ability to work independently, but also to accept direction from General Counsel. Collegial style, team player. Excellent communication skills. Deadline: 10-Sep-2019 (MST)
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# XSTY145580
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide day-to-day legal counsel to company stakeholders on general corporate and compliance matters Draft, review, negotiate and implement contracts Manage intellectual property portfolio Complete, file and manage applications for business registrations and licenses necessary for the operation of the company in various jurisdictions. Research an array of critical legal issues and deliver practical and concise analysis regarding those issues. Although this is a general outline of job responsibilities all employees are expected to be hands on and do whatever it takes to get the job done and make the company thrive.

Qualifications: A JD Degree from an accredited school with strong academic credentials. Licensed to practice law and in good standing in Colorado. 3-8 years of experience in a law firm or corporate setting, with solid contract drafting experience. Experience with CPG industry is helpful. Demonstrate a business-friendly approach to legal problem solving and be able to effectively counsel internal clients by providing them with clear and concise practical advice as well as creative solutions. Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to interface effectively with all levels and to keep relevant stakeholders regularly and timely updated. A strong desire to learn the business and new areas of law Able to quickly gain a rapport and working relationship with business personnel to encourage and continue the proactive use of in-house legal counsel. Able to communicate clearly and work effectively and cooperatively with colleagues from different functions, different offices, and at every level of the companys organization. Excellent judgment and initiative in developing creative and effective solutions, using a business-oriented approach. Proficient in setting priorities and managing expectations with respect to deliverables and deadlines. Self-starter who is sharp, quick to pick up new concepts, and willing to dig in and become an expert Âť as needs arise. A proven ability to manage multiple projects.
 
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Attorney - Litigation
Refer job# VWKN145581
 
Attorney - Litigation Duties: Support by conducting contract negotiations; drafting agreements and contract templates; developing and implementing new contract structures to support new product/technology development efforts; clearly and concisely identifying and explaining the ramifications of contractual terms to the business decision makers and third-parties during contract negotiations; providing ongoing management and maintenance of contracts, including providing contract summaries and interpretations to sales teams and executive management; and investigating, negotiating and resolving contract disputes.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Current license to practice law in state where attorneys office will be located or another state. Excellent writing, drafting and verbal communications skills. Organizational, time-management and prioritization capabilities; able to manage workload independently, efficiently and with minimal supervision. Able to negotiate, prioritize and manage a large volume of contracts and associated issues. Must be a team player. Sound business and legal judgment.
 
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