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Welcome to the job listings section of General Counsel Consulting. We are constantly updating our jobs seven days a week. As a firm dedicated to in-house search and placement, our ability to forge strong relationships with top-rated companies around the world allows us to offer our candidates a breadth of opportunities we believe is unrivaled.
 
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Associate Corporate Attorney

Malvern PA Associate Corporate Attorney The candidate will review contracts involving items such as leases, licenses, purchases, sales, and insurance. Maintains and administers contract proposals and participates in negotiation. Review and edit drafts of agreements and documents. Assist the General Counsel in providing sound legal advice to the organization's leadership team. Keep apprised of changes to laws and regulations as it relates to the company. Proactively protect the organization against any legal risks. Prepare resolutions, reports, templates, and guidelines. Research and maintain awareness of industry standards, regulations and laws. Must have strong business acumen. Should have experience in reviewing, editing and executing contractual agreements. Must have ability to thoroughly understand the business effect of any legal decisions. Must have Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school. Should have 1+ year of experience working in a law firm or corporate legal environment, specifically with contracts. License to practice law in any state required. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-30

Senior Litigation Counsel

New York City NY Senior Litigation Counsel The candidate will provide coverage and monitoring legal advice to the US claim team on professional liability claims. Will provide a high level of complex specialized technical legal advice on large and middle market accounts that would have otherwise been assigned to and provided by outside counsel. Analyze liability and damage issues in connection with high exposure/complex claims made against our insureds and maintaining appropriate documentation. Analyze insurance coverage issues and draft coverage position letters reflecting same. Act as company gatekeeper for outside coverage opinions before outside counsel is retained. Provide monitoring counsel support on primary and excess claims. Attend mediations and monitor trials. Maintain and develop relationships with insureds, brokers and outside counsel. Provide support and information to underwriters in connection with their evaluation of risk on particular accounts. Provide support to underwriting teams with regard to marketing efforts, claims metrics analysis and trending discussions. Serve as an ambassador for company claims at various industry events through participation in panels and/or discussion groups. A juris doctor degree from an accredited law school. 10-15 years of experience acting as an outside monitoring and coverage counsel. High exposure/complex claim exposure evaluation skills. Excellent negotiation, communication and interpersonal skills. Formal or Informal Management Experience of junior claim staff. Legal 10 - 15 Full-time 2020-11-30

Real Estate Staff Attorney

Houston TX Real Estate Staff Attorney The candidate negotiates, drafts, reviews and revises real property leases, amendments, estoppels, SDNAs and other documents relating to the Company's lease portfolio, including existing, new or acquired leases. Reviews, interprets and analyzes existing lease language to provide guidance to Real Estate Dept. Negotiates rent reductions and other lease-related matters. Initial management of landlord disputes, which shall be escalated as appropriate. Assists with the completeness and management of the documentation of the Company's lease portfolio. Conducts due diligence on leases of acquisition targets and ensures valid and timely assignment of such leases. Coordinates and obtains landlord consents as required. Reviews existing leases to identify areas for improvement and cost reductions. Negotiates a minimum of 5 new leases monthly, in addition to amendments and other tasks. Oversees and manages outside real estate counsel. Completes other projects and special assignments as requested by supervisor and/or Senior Management. Assists with the completeness and management of the documentation of the Company's lease portfolio. Conducts due diligence on leases of acquisition targets and ensures valid and timely assignment of such leases. Coordinates and obtains landlord consents as required. Reviews existing leases to identify areas for improvement and cost reductions. Negotiates a minimum of 5 new leases monthly, in addition to amendments and other tasks. Oversees and manages outside real estate counsel. Completes other projects and special assignments as requested by supervisor and/or Senior Management. Identifies areas of inefficiencies and other opportunities for improvements in processes and documentation. Regularly reviews and updates real estate forms. Bachelor's Degree preferred. Ph.D. JD from an ABA approved law school Bar membership required. Should have 3+ Years Real Estate Legal Experience required And 3+ Years In House Legal Experience preferred. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-30

Real Estate Staff Attorney

Houston TX Real Estate Staff Attorney The candidate negotiates, drafts, reviews and revises real property leases, amendments, estoppels, SDNAs and other documents relating to the Company's lease portfolio, including existing, new or acquired leases. Reviews, interprets and analyzes existing lease language to provide guidance to Real Estate Dept. Negotiates rent reductions and other lease-related matters. Initial management of landlord disputes, which shall be escalated as appropriate. Assists with the completeness and management of the documentation of the Company's lease portfolio. Conducts due diligence on leases of acquisition targets and ensures valid and timely assignment of such leases. Coordinates and obtains landlord consents as required. Reviews existing leases to identify areas for improvement and cost reductions. Negotiates a minimum of 5 new leases monthly, in addition to amendments and other tasks. Oversees and manages outside real estate counsel. Completes other projects and special assignments as requested by supervisor and/or Senior Management. Assists with the completeness and management of the documentation of the Company's lease portfolio. Conducts due diligence on leases of acquisition targets and ensures valid and timely assignment of such leases. Coordinates and obtains landlord consents as required. Reviews existing leases to identify areas for improvement and cost reductions. Negotiates a minimum of 5 new leases monthly, in addition to amendments and other tasks. Oversees and manages outside real estate counsel. Completes other projects and special assignments as requested by supervisor and/or Senior Management. Identifies areas of inefficiencies and other opportunities for improvements in processes and documentation. Regularly reviews and updates real estate forms. Bachelor's Degree preferred. Ph.D. JD from an ABA approved law school Bar membership required. Should have 3+ Years Real Estate Legal Experience required And 3+ Years In House Legal Experience preferred. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-30

Senior Intellectual Property Counsel

Boise ID Senior Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate will provide a broad range of strategic IP advice and services to one or more of business units. We are looking for a lawyer who can collaborate with senior business leaders and other key personnel to provide practical, risk-balanced advice on IP matters to facilitate achievement of business goals. This role will also involve management of IP litigation matters. Draft and negotiate broad range of intellectual property agreements such as technology development, collaboration, licensing, and confidentiality agreements, and IP-related clauses in other commercial agreements. Provide counsel, support, and training to business units regarding intellectual property matters, including protection of intellectual property and confidential information, participation in standard setting organizations, and risk assessment and management. Provide ongoing risk/opportunity assessment of litigation and potential litigation matters. Provide direction to outside counsel and in-house resources regarding the conduct and resolution of litigation matters. Manage legal costs, including external counsel fees and discovery expenses. Some travel, both domestic and international, may be required.

A Juris Doctorate degree with strong academic credentials is required. Technical undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, physics, or similar field is preferred. Should have 5+ years of experience, in-house or at a top-tier law firm, negotiating and drafting intellectual property agreements. Meaningful experience in patent and/or other intellectual property litigation is preferred. Should be registered and in good standing with at least one State Bar. Must have demonstrated ability to apply creative and practical problem-solving skills to complex issues. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills, with great interpersonal skills are required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-30

Counsel, Data Privacy And Security

Los Angeles CA Counsel, Data Privacy And Security The candidate will advance compliance with privacy, data protection, and security laws in a balanced, risk-based manner that allows our business to grow and expand, drawing on knowledge and experience with specific government/industry requirements and best practices. Will need to develop a deep functional understanding of company's data assets and information flows across the company as well as with partners. Support a wide range of areas, including helping manage regulatory responses, incident response, as well as vendor contract issues related to privacy and security, including templates, workflows, and negotiation escalations, and adapting compliance practices proactively. Assist product, marketing, and business development legal professionals in evaluating the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions, and related privacy guidelines. Should preferably have 5+ years experience handling privacy, data protection, and security legal and policy issues with excellence. Experience in the entertainment and/or technology industries, as well as in-house legal work, is a plus. Must have Active membership in at least one U.S. state bar; California Bar admission preferred. Should have a working knowledge of US privacy and security laws, as well as international privacy and data protection laws. Experience supporting security and engineering teams preferred. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-30

Privacy & Compliance Counsel

Dallas TX Privacy & Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Advise internal clients on the various legal risks, obligations, and other issues related to privacy and cybersecurity and provide strategic legal, privacy and cybersecurity advice to key business partners. Work hands-on with business and product teams to support the enhancement and updating of privacy and cybersecurity risk management and compliance. Provide strategic input and day-to-day business support for product features and initiatives related to data, such as identity and consent management. Negotiate data protection terms in both sales and vendor contracts, and advise regarding other privacy and cybersecurity matters in connection with onboarding with customers and of vendors. Serve as Legal and Compliance team's first point of contact internally on legal issues for privacy and cybersecurity programs. Develop or mature other areas of compliance, including policies and training.

Qualifications: 2+ years of privacy and cybersecurity legal experience, with in-house experience strongly preferred. CIPP certification required. Direct experience applying U.S. and European privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially including those relevant for Internet companies. Direct experience evaluating privacy impacts relating to partnerships and commercial deals, and updates to internal and external policies and compliance programs. Demonstrated ability to work in fast-paced environment and provide advice under tight deadlines with excellent judgment. Experience with drafting and negotiating data protection terms in commercial contracts. Knowledge of identity and consent management issues strongly preferred.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-30

Privacy & Compliance Counsel

Minneapolis MN Privacy & Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Advise internal clients on the various legal risks, obligations, and other issues related to privacy and cybersecurity and provide strategic legal, privacy and cybersecurity advice to key business partners. Work hands-on with business and product teams to support the enhancement and updating of privacy and cybersecurity risk management and compliance. Provide strategic input and day-to-day business support for product features and initiatives related to data, such as identity and consent management. Negotiate data protection terms in both sales and vendor contracts, and advise regarding other privacy and cybersecurity matters in connection with onboarding with customers and of vendors. Serve as Legal and Compliance team's first point of contact internally on legal issues for privacy and cybersecurity programs. Develop or mature other areas of compliance, including policies and training.

Qualifications: 2+ years of privacy and cybersecurity legal experience, with in-house experience strongly preferred. CIPP certification required. Direct experience applying U.S. and European privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially including those relevant for Internet companies. Direct experience evaluating privacy impacts relating to partnerships and commercial deals, and updates to internal and external policies and compliance programs. Demonstrated ability to work in fast-paced environment and provide advice under tight deadlines with excellent judgment. Experience with drafting and negotiating data protection terms in commercial contracts. Knowledge of identity and consent management issues strongly preferred.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-30

Privacy & Compliance Counsel

New Orleans LA Privacy & Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Advise internal clients on the various legal risks, obligations, and other issues related to privacy and cybersecurity and provide strategic legal, privacy and cybersecurity advice to key business partners. Work hands-on with business and product teams to support the enhancement and updating of privacy and cybersecurity risk management and compliance. Provide strategic input and day-to-day business support for product features and initiatives related to data, such as identity and consent management. Negotiate data protection terms in both sales and vendor contracts, and advise regarding other privacy and cybersecurity matters in connection with onboarding with customers and of vendors. Serve as Legal and Compliance team's first point of contact internally on legal issues for privacy and cybersecurity programs. Develop or mature other areas of compliance, including policies and training.

Qualifications: 2+ years of privacy and cybersecurity legal experience, with in-house experience strongly preferred. CIPP certification required. Direct experience applying U.S. and European privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially including those relevant for Internet companies. Direct experience evaluating privacy impacts relating to partnerships and commercial deals, and updates to internal and external policies and compliance programs. Demonstrated ability to work in fast-paced environment and provide advice under tight deadlines with excellent judgment. Experience with drafting and negotiating data protection terms in commercial contracts. Knowledge of identity and consent management issues strongly preferred.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-30

Contracts Attorney

San Diego CA Contracts Attorney The candidate will work closely with the legal department personnel, along with all departments to negotiate and draft contracts with various third parties including vendors and clinical trial sites. This position requires experience negotiating and drafting contracts typically entered into by a life science company as well as clerical and analytical skills to support the contracts functions. Draft, review, and negotiate contracts, including CDAs, MSAs, consulting agreements, clinical trial agreements, and other clinical documents, independently and with minimal supervision. Assist the legal group in various tasks related to the management of contracts. Other duties as directed by the legal group. Must have experience with CTAs, ICFs, and LOAs, as well as a variety of other types of contracts such as MSAs, CDAs, SOWs, MTAs. Should have knowledge of the clinical research process. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required. Must have Juris Doctorate degree with 5+ years of experience in the pharmaceutical or biotech industry. Should have experience in MS Office product (Excel, PowerPoint & Word) and Adobe. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-30
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Associate Corporate Attorney
Refer job# QJFS153624
 
Associate Corporate Attorney The candidate will review contracts involving items such as leases, licenses, purchases, sales, and insurance. Maintains and administers contract proposals and participates in negotiation. Review and edit drafts of agreements and documents. Assist the General Counsel in providing sound legal advice to the organization's leadership team. Keep apprised of changes to laws and regulations as it relates to the company. Proactively protect the organization against any legal risks. Prepare resolutions, reports, templates, and guidelines. Research and maintain awareness of industry standards, regulations and laws. Must have strong business acumen. Should have experience in reviewing, editing and executing contractual agreements. Must have ability to thoroughly understand the business effect of any legal decisions. Must have Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school. Should have 1+ year of experience working in a law firm or corporate legal environment, specifically with contracts. License to practice law in any state required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Litigation Counsel
Refer job# NSHC153625
 
Senior Litigation Counsel The candidate will provide coverage and monitoring legal advice to the US claim team on professional liability claims. Will provide a high level of complex specialized technical legal advice on large and middle market accounts that would have otherwise been assigned to and provided by outside counsel. Analyze liability and damage issues in connection with high exposure/complex claims made against our insureds and maintaining appropriate documentation. Analyze insurance coverage issues and draft coverage position letters reflecting same. Act as company gatekeeper for outside coverage opinions before outside counsel is retained. Provide monitoring counsel support on primary and excess claims. Attend mediations and monitor trials. Maintain and develop relationships with insureds, brokers and outside counsel. Provide support and information to underwriters in connection with their evaluation of risk on particular accounts. Provide support to underwriting teams with regard to marketing efforts, claims metrics analysis and trending discussions. Serve as an ambassador for company claims at various industry events through participation in panels and/or discussion groups. A juris doctor degree from an accredited law school. 10-15 years of experience acting as an outside monitoring and coverage counsel. High exposure/complex claim exposure evaluation skills. Excellent negotiation, communication and interpersonal skills. Formal or Informal Management Experience of junior claim staff.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Staff Attorney
Refer job# HAQP153626
 
Real Estate Staff Attorney The candidate negotiates, drafts, reviews and revises real property leases, amendments, estoppels, SDNAs and other documents relating to the Company's lease portfolio, including existing, new or acquired leases. Reviews, interprets and analyzes existing lease language to provide guidance to Real Estate Dept. Negotiates rent reductions and other lease-related matters. Initial management of landlord disputes, which shall be escalated as appropriate. Assists with the completeness and management of the documentation of the Company's lease portfolio. Conducts due diligence on leases of acquisition targets and ensures valid and timely assignment of such leases. Coordinates and obtains landlord consents as required. Reviews existing leases to identify areas for improvement and cost reductions. Negotiates a minimum of 5 new leases monthly, in addition to amendments and other tasks. Oversees and manages outside real estate counsel. Completes other projects and special assignments as requested by supervisor and/or Senior Management. Assists with the completeness and management of the documentation of the Company's lease portfolio. Conducts due diligence on leases of acquisition targets and ensures valid and timely assignment of such leases. Coordinates and obtains landlord consents as required. Reviews existing leases to identify areas for improvement and cost reductions. Negotiates a minimum of 5 new leases monthly, in addition to amendments and other tasks. Oversees and manages outside real estate counsel. Completes other projects and special assignments as requested by supervisor and/or Senior Management. Identifies areas of inefficiencies and other opportunities for improvements in processes and documentation. Regularly reviews and updates real estate forms. Bachelor's Degree preferred. Ph.D. JD from an ABA approved law school Bar membership required. Should have 3+ Years Real Estate Legal Experience required And 3+ Years In House Legal Experience preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Real Estate Staff Attorney
Refer job# XIJI153627
 
Real Estate Staff Attorney The candidate negotiates, drafts, reviews and revises real property leases, amendments, estoppels, SDNAs and other documents relating to the Company's lease portfolio, including existing, new or acquired leases. Reviews, interprets and analyzes existing lease language to provide guidance to Real Estate Dept. Negotiates rent reductions and other lease-related matters. Initial management of landlord disputes, which shall be escalated as appropriate. Assists with the completeness and management of the documentation of the Company's lease portfolio. Conducts due diligence on leases of acquisition targets and ensures valid and timely assignment of such leases. Coordinates and obtains landlord consents as required. Reviews existing leases to identify areas for improvement and cost reductions. Negotiates a minimum of 5 new leases monthly, in addition to amendments and other tasks. Oversees and manages outside real estate counsel. Completes other projects and special assignments as requested by supervisor and/or Senior Management. Assists with the completeness and management of the documentation of the Company's lease portfolio. Conducts due diligence on leases of acquisition targets and ensures valid and timely assignment of such leases. Coordinates and obtains landlord consents as required. Reviews existing leases to identify areas for improvement and cost reductions. Negotiates a minimum of 5 new leases monthly, in addition to amendments and other tasks. Oversees and manages outside real estate counsel. Completes other projects and special assignments as requested by supervisor and/or Senior Management. Identifies areas of inefficiencies and other opportunities for improvements in processes and documentation. Regularly reviews and updates real estate forms. Bachelor's Degree preferred. Ph.D. JD from an ABA approved law school Bar membership required. Should have 3+ Years Real Estate Legal Experience required And 3+ Years In House Legal Experience preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# TAWT153628
 
Senior Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate will provide a broad range of strategic IP advice and services to one or more of business units. We are looking for a lawyer who can collaborate with senior business leaders and other key personnel to provide practical, risk-balanced advice on IP matters to facilitate achievement of business goals. This role will also involve management of IP litigation matters. Draft and negotiate broad range of intellectual property agreements such as technology development, collaboration, licensing, and confidentiality agreements, and IP-related clauses in other commercial agreements. Provide counsel, support, and training to business units regarding intellectual property matters, including protection of intellectual property and confidential information, participation in standard setting organizations, and risk assessment and management. Provide ongoing risk/opportunity assessment of litigation and potential litigation matters. Provide direction to outside counsel and in-house resources regarding the conduct and resolution of litigation matters. Manage legal costs, including external counsel fees and discovery expenses. Some travel, both domestic and international, may be required.

A Juris Doctorate degree with strong academic credentials is required. Technical undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, physics, or similar field is preferred. Should have 5+ years of experience, in-house or at a top-tier law firm, negotiating and drafting intellectual property agreements. Meaningful experience in patent and/or other intellectual property litigation is preferred. Should be registered and in good standing with at least one State Bar. Must have demonstrated ability to apply creative and practical problem-solving skills to complex issues. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills, with great interpersonal skills are required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel, Data Privacy And Security
Refer job# HICK153629
 
Counsel, Data Privacy And Security The candidate will advance compliance with privacy, data protection, and security laws in a balanced, risk-based manner that allows our business to grow and expand, drawing on knowledge and experience with specific government/industry requirements and best practices. Will need to develop a deep functional understanding of company's data assets and information flows across the company as well as with partners. Support a wide range of areas, including helping manage regulatory responses, incident response, as well as vendor contract issues related to privacy and security, including templates, workflows, and negotiation escalations, and adapting compliance practices proactively. Assist product, marketing, and business development legal professionals in evaluating the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions, and related privacy guidelines. Should preferably have 5+ years experience handling privacy, data protection, and security legal and policy issues with excellence. Experience in the entertainment and/or technology industries, as well as in-house legal work, is a plus. Must have Active membership in at least one U.S. state bar; California Bar admission preferred. Should have a working knowledge of US privacy and security laws, as well as international privacy and data protection laws. Experience supporting security and engineering teams preferred. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Privacy & Compliance Counsel
Refer job# ODDO153630
 
Privacy & Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Advise internal clients on the various legal risks, obligations, and other issues related to privacy and cybersecurity and provide strategic legal, privacy and cybersecurity advice to key business partners. Work hands-on with business and product teams to support the enhancement and updating of privacy and cybersecurity risk management and compliance. Provide strategic input and day-to-day business support for product features and initiatives related to data, such as identity and consent management. Negotiate data protection terms in both sales and vendor contracts, and advise regarding other privacy and cybersecurity matters in connection with onboarding with customers and of vendors. Serve as Legal and Compliance team's first point of contact internally on legal issues for privacy and cybersecurity programs. Develop or mature other areas of compliance, including policies and training.

Qualifications: 2+ years of privacy and cybersecurity legal experience, with in-house experience strongly preferred. CIPP certification required. Direct experience applying U.S. and European privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially including those relevant for Internet companies. Direct experience evaluating privacy impacts relating to partnerships and commercial deals, and updates to internal and external policies and compliance programs. Demonstrated ability to work in fast-paced environment and provide advice under tight deadlines with excellent judgment. Experience with drafting and negotiating data protection terms in commercial contracts. Knowledge of identity and consent management issues strongly preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Privacy & Compliance Counsel
Refer job# VLFL153631
 
Privacy & Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Advise internal clients on the various legal risks, obligations, and other issues related to privacy and cybersecurity and provide strategic legal, privacy and cybersecurity advice to key business partners. Work hands-on with business and product teams to support the enhancement and updating of privacy and cybersecurity risk management and compliance. Provide strategic input and day-to-day business support for product features and initiatives related to data, such as identity and consent management. Negotiate data protection terms in both sales and vendor contracts, and advise regarding other privacy and cybersecurity matters in connection with onboarding with customers and of vendors. Serve as Legal and Compliance team's first point of contact internally on legal issues for privacy and cybersecurity programs. Develop or mature other areas of compliance, including policies and training.

Qualifications: 2+ years of privacy and cybersecurity legal experience, with in-house experience strongly preferred. CIPP certification required. Direct experience applying U.S. and European privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially including those relevant for Internet companies. Direct experience evaluating privacy impacts relating to partnerships and commercial deals, and updates to internal and external policies and compliance programs. Demonstrated ability to work in fast-paced environment and provide advice under tight deadlines with excellent judgment. Experience with drafting and negotiating data protection terms in commercial contracts. Knowledge of identity and consent management issues strongly preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Privacy & Compliance Counsel
Refer job# UKEI153632
 
Privacy & Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Advise internal clients on the various legal risks, obligations, and other issues related to privacy and cybersecurity and provide strategic legal, privacy and cybersecurity advice to key business partners. Work hands-on with business and product teams to support the enhancement and updating of privacy and cybersecurity risk management and compliance. Provide strategic input and day-to-day business support for product features and initiatives related to data, such as identity and consent management. Negotiate data protection terms in both sales and vendor contracts, and advise regarding other privacy and cybersecurity matters in connection with onboarding with customers and of vendors. Serve as Legal and Compliance team's first point of contact internally on legal issues for privacy and cybersecurity programs. Develop or mature other areas of compliance, including policies and training.

Qualifications: 2+ years of privacy and cybersecurity legal experience, with in-house experience strongly preferred. CIPP certification required. Direct experience applying U.S. and European privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially including those relevant for Internet companies. Direct experience evaluating privacy impacts relating to partnerships and commercial deals, and updates to internal and external policies and compliance programs. Demonstrated ability to work in fast-paced environment and provide advice under tight deadlines with excellent judgment. Experience with drafting and negotiating data protection terms in commercial contracts. Knowledge of identity and consent management issues strongly preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Contracts Attorney
Refer job# DLKL153633
 
Contracts Attorney The candidate will work closely with the legal department personnel, along with all departments to negotiate and draft contracts with various third parties including vendors and clinical trial sites. This position requires experience negotiating and drafting contracts typically entered into by a life science company as well as clerical and analytical skills to support the contracts functions. Draft, review, and negotiate contracts, including CDAs, MSAs, consulting agreements, clinical trial agreements, and other clinical documents, independently and with minimal supervision. Assist the legal group in various tasks related to the management of contracts. Other duties as directed by the legal group. Must have experience with CTAs, ICFs, and LOAs, as well as a variety of other types of contracts such as MSAs, CDAs, SOWs, MTAs. Should have knowledge of the clinical research process. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required. Must have Juris Doctorate degree with 5+ years of experience in the pharmaceutical or biotech industry. Should have experience in MS Office product (Excel, PowerPoint & Word) and Adobe.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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