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Senior Corporate Counsel-Employment and Labor

Bellevue WA Legal Senior Corporate Counsel-Employment and Labor 113612BR Job Description This attorney, working in the Legal Department, will represent T-Mobile and provide counsel to the business units and Human Resources on employment related legal matters as assigned; and prepare and review legal documents including briefs, position statements, and other filings. Functional Group Legal Affairs Location WA507-WA-Headquarters, Terrace Location Address 3617 131st Ave SE City Bellevue State Washington Zip 98006 Travel Required? No Responsibilities Engage and work with outside counsel to manage employment litigation and administrative proceedings Work with internal clients to manage labor and employment legal risk Act as subject matter expert for specialty area(s) (Discrimination, ADA, FMLA, etc) Draft and review employment related policies Train internal clients on legal requirements Counsel and advise business clients on a wide variety of complex and developing employment related legal and business issues Support senior attorneys on litigation, research and analysis Qualifications 8+ years, of experience as an employment attorney, with relevant in-house and/or top law firm experience Minimum 5 years, prefer 8+ years, of experience handling employment litigation Significant experience litigating wage hour class actions Preferred, extensive experience with California law, member of California bar Must have experience with researching complex legal matters Excellent written and oral communication skills A demonstrated ability to collaborate with other legal and business professionals in a complex organization with a focus on delivering results efficiently Keen business sense with strong judgment, negotiation, drafting and decision-making skills Ability to operate independently and effectively in a dynamic environment Strong prioritization skills, and execution and results orientation with customer focus Ability to work efficiently, meet demanding deadlines, and balance multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment Desire and ability to work as part of a team Desired Must be licensed to practice law in the US. Minimum Qualifications Must have the above listed educational and experience requirements. Be authorize to work and practice law in the US and have the ability to pass the required background check. Company Profile As Americas Un-carrier, T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS ) is redefining the way consumers and businesses buy wireless services through leading product and service innovation. The companys advanced nationwide 4G and 4G LTE network delivers outstanding wireless experiences for customers who are unwilling to compromise on quality and value. Based in Bellevue, Washington, T-Mobile US provides services through its subsidiaries and operates its flagship brands, T-Mobile and MetroPCS. For more information, please visit ***EOE Statement We Take Equal Opportunity Seriously - By Choice , Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All decisions concerning the employment relationship will be made without regard to age, race, ethnicity, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, marital status, citizenship status, veteran status, the presence of any physical or mental disability, or any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. Discrimination or harassment based upon any of these factors is wholly inconsistent with our Company values and will not be tolerated. Furthermore, such discrimination or harassment may violate federal, state, or local law. Positions Remaining 1 Brand T-Mobile Schedule Full Time Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-17

Corporate/Venture Capital Counsel

Menlo Park CA Corporate/Venture Capital Counsel Legal Menlo Park, California Apply Description Corporate/Venture Capital Counsel Samsung Strategy & Innovation Center Location: Menlo Park Our Mission: The Samsung Strategy & Innovation Center (SSIC) is Samsung's global network of innovators, technologists, investors, and makers. It was launched in 2013 by the then newly-appointed President and Chief Strategy Officer of Samsung Electronics with a mission to incubate and build world-class capabilities for existing and new businesses. Our approach is unique and open, we develop and accelerate groundbreaking technologies by working in collaboration with entrepreneurs and other strategic partners, and through our early-stage and growth investment funds (Catalyst Fund and Samsung Ventures), which are committed to discovering solutions for connected devices. We are headquartered in Menlo Park, CA and have offices in San Jose, Tel Aviv, London, Paris and Seoul. The Role: The Corporate/Venture Capital Counsel will be a key player responsible for providing expert corporate and transactional legal advice and service to the Catalyst Fund and SSIC on investments, strategic transactions, technology development/commercialization agreements, and complex intellectual property matters. The successful candidate will report to the General Counsel of SSIC and work collaboratively with all members of the SSIC and investments teams, and autonomously as appropriate. The role requires (1) a results-driven self-starter with exemplary leadership, communication, collaboration and influencing skills; (2) excellent judgment and facility with a constant blend of technological, legal and business complexity with international dimensions; and (3) a highly adaptable professional who would relish working within a complex fast-paced global organization with a compelling blend of international cultures and dimensions. Day-to-day Responsibilities: Provide legal advice and service on early stage and strategic investments, strategic development/commercialization agreements, and complex intellectual property matters comprising IP development, licensing and litigation, including international aspects of all of the above. Manage legal process and due diligence for strategic investments in early stage and growth stage companies. Draft and negotiate term sheets and final definitive documents for investments, strategic partnerships, joint ventures and related technology development and commercialization projects; Provide corresponding advice to SSIC groups on full range of legal strategy, including intellectual property; Provide advice on shareholder/board matters and consent(s). General day-to-day legal advice and research legal issues as necessary. Managing outside counsel. Education: Admitted to the California Bar and in good standing, or eligible for registered in-house counsel status in California. Minimum of J.D. from a top A.B.A. accredited law school; and Bachelors Degree in science or engineering preferred, particularly physics/EE. Registered to practice before the USPTO as a patent attorney is a plus. Required Skills/Experience: 5 - 10 years legal experience with venture capital funds, fund investments and M&A transactions (5 years as a corporate associate in a top legal firm). Experience drafting/negotiating complex international investment, financing instruments and technology development and IP licensing agreements. Experience working directly with top caliber business executives, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, scientists, and engineers. Excellent legal judgment, analytical and organizational skills, and writing and oral communication skills. Team player with an energetic, positive and proactive attitude. Ability and desire to work in a fast-paced environment and deal with ambiguity. Ability to interact with business clients and interdepartmental colleagues locally, nationally and internationally. Complete proficiency with Microsoft Office productivity applications: Outlook, Word, Power-point, Excel. Experience with complex patent prosecution, licensing and litigation, and trademarks a plus, but not required. Financial modeling experience a plus. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-17

Sr Contracts Attorney

Durham NC Sr Contracts Attorney Apply Now Job ID : 73255BR Location : US - North Carolina - Durham Job Description When you join us at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you ll be part of a smart, driven team that shares your passion for exploration and discovery. With revenues of $22 billion and the largest investment in R&D in the industry, we give our people the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world. How Will You Make an Impact? In this key role, you will be involved in reviewing drafting, and negotiating a variety of customer facing agreements, including Master Service Agreements (MSAs) relating to development and commercial manufacturing operations, amendments to supply and development agreements and ancillary documents. The position includes a substantial amount of communication with internal and external customers. What will you do? Drafting, reviewing, analyzing, modifying and negotiating a variety of complex commercial and development agreements and other contractual instruments with clients with the support of contracting team. Interpret contract requirements, obligations and risk exposure and advise on same. Partnering with internal stakeholders, including Senior Leadership, as appropriate, in a continued effort to streamline contract related processes as well as integrate templates across Business Units and functions. Providing direction and guidance related to the contracting process. Providing input to the development, maintenance, and management of contracting policies and procedures. Initiate and/or lead the development of innovative approaches to contracting requirements, obligations and exposures. Ensuring conformity to business needs, proper risk allocation and compliance with the policies and procedures of the Business Unit. Supporting the global contracting process and technology strategy as defined by the Business Unit. Facilitating internal contract approval and stakeholder negotiation to resolve complex issues and assist in disputes (escalating complex legal and factual issues to the appropriate internal parties). Communicates with business units ensuring all obligations are being met (e.g., milestones, deliverables, invoicing etc.). Utilizes the contract management system to track and report contractual obligations. Educating business partners on key commercial, legal, corporate policy and other considerations by providing follow up information to clients and senior management to ensure timely performance and adherence to terms of contracts. Prepares contract summaries to assure proper interpretation of contracts. Verifying compliance with applicable laws and internal policies and procedures. How will you get there? Education Position requires a Juris Doctorate and membership in good standing with the State Bar. Experience 7+ years of business experience, including developing negotiating and managing a wide variety of commercial contracts and development agreements, within the pharmaceutical industry or similar contract manufacturing/supply chain solution provider. Proven negotiation abilities and business acumen Customer centric and solutions oriented approach in supporting both external and internal clients while protecting the best interest of the company Experience in a global business environment Experience developing, driving and implementing legal solutions Ability to deliver strong results with limited resources, under tight deadlines and with a high degree of accuracy Strong oral and written communication skills Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive information Team player capable of leading and participating within cross-functional project teams to meet key milestones under tight timelines and stressful conditions Proven research and analytical skills Strong understanding of commercial and financial implications of strategy development process Strong project and process management capabilities Strong interpersonal skills and effective communication and presentation styles Strong work ethic with ability to work independently In-house counsel experience preferred This position has not been approved for relocation assistance. About Thermo Fisher Scientific At Thermo Fisher Scientific, each one of our 70,000 extraordinary minds has a unique story to tell. Join us and contribute to our singular mission enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. If you are an individual with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation to complete any part of our application process, click here for further assistance. Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status. Apply Now Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-17

Counsel, Intellectual Property

Culver City CA Counsel, Intellectual Property The candidate will be reporting to the departments Vice President, Intellectual Property, the Counsel will learn and perform all aspects of the departments work, as needed, and assist the Vice President in providing legal review of the departments work and advice to its many clients. Advise on rights and copyright status regarding the companys works. Includes distribution, remake/sequel, live stage and other ancillary and subsidiary rights, and requires knowledge of copyright termination and reversion. Advise on proper interpretation of many types of entertainment contracts, including literary property agreements, co-financing and distribution agreements, network license agreement, and talent agreements. Provide legal guidance to the team and clients regarding chain of title issues and copyright registrations and recordations of licenses and agreements. Ensure that legal issues are clearly communicated to clients. Law degree is essential. Member in good standing of the CA Bar is essential. Experience with entertainment industry contracts is strongly preferred. Experience with copyright and chain of title issues is a plus. Strong written and oral communication skill is essential. Excellent analytical and issue-spotting skill is essential. Excellent legal and business judgment. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-17

Intellectual Property Counsel

San Jose CA Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate will have responsibility for, patent preparation and prosecution, licensing and other transactions, , freedom-to-operate analysis, and patent portfolio development. More generally, you will help identify intellectual property issues, develope effective solutions to intellectual property problems, and assist to guide the business. Will be an essential member of a small international group of attorneys, patent agents and support personnel responsible for intellectual property matters, primarily for the mass spectrometry and chromatography businesses of firm. Securing patent protection for inventions developed at firm's, including drafting applications and Office Action responses, developing strategies for identifying and capturing high-value IP, and overseeing the work of outside counsel. Providing product clearance opinions and advising R&D staff regarding design-around activities. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating various IP-centric agreements, including collaborative and sponsored research agreements, technology licenses and confidentiality agreements. Advising and educating internal clients regarding IP-related issues, including new developments in laws and policies. Supporting patent assertion, defense and litigation matters.

The candidate should have JD degree or equivalent. Must have Membership in good standing of the California Bar (or member in good standing of another state bar and eligible for RIHC status in California). Must have admission to practice before the USPTO. At least a bachelor's degree in engineering or in the physical sciences, with a graduate degree and/or substantial industrial experience preferred. Ideally, experience and technical training will be in a field that has given familiarity and knowledge of analytical instrumentation, such as mass spectrometry, optical spectroscopy, or x-ray diffraction/fluorescence. Must have 3 years experience practicing as a patent attorney in a law firm or in-house legal department. Substantial recent hands-on experience drafting and prosecuting U.S. patent applications, with a background in prosecution of applications in Europe and Asia a strong plus. Must have significant experience drafting and negotiating agreements with IP content.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-17

Director, Data Privacy Counsel

East Hanover NJ Director, Data Privacy Counsel The candidate will provide privacy-related legal support and advice on US commercial, patient support services, advertising, marketing, and digital privacy related matters, and develop related training and policies, guidelines and procedures for monitoring internal compliance. Will provide privacy-related legal support on commercial, patient support services, advertising/marketing, digital and information technology US privacy issues including application of HIPAA and other US privacy laws to patient support services and specialty pharmacy arrangements, website and mobile privacy disclosures, HIPAA de-identification, data analytics/big data, data breaches, and emerging online technologies. Support business/transactional counsel with the review and negotiation of privacy language with vendors as needed, particularly in connection with third-party hubs for patient support services and data sharing/purchase arrangements. Manage outside counsel on privacy issues, particularly those related to patient support services, as needed. Create and implement policies and procedures related to commercial, patient support services, and advertising/marketing privacy issues within the respective business operations. Review company practices for compliance with US privacy and data protection laws, as well as company policy. Develop procedures for monitoring compliance with US data protection regulations and internal policies, particularly with regard to commercial, patient support services, advertising/marketing, and digital issues, within the respective business operations. Conduct privacy risk assessments as needed. Partner with respective business operations to implement remediation measures as needed. Develop and conduct appropriate privacy trainings within the respective business operations and ensure competency. Work with other members of the firm's Privacy Team to develop procedures for management of 3rd party vendors with access to firm's personal information in compliance with US privacy and data protection laws and regulations. Ensure up-to-date knowledge of latest trends in privacy in assigned area. Provide support to and share experiences across US Privacy team and legal functions, as needed.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate (J.D.) or equivalent Law Degree. Must have 5+ years of legal counselling experience, including US privacy and data protection experience, preferably from within a major international law firm or multi-national corporation. Should preferably have experience working with health data and knowledge of how it is shared and transferred among different HC related entities. Must have strong knowledge of Patient Support programs and issues within the pharmaceutical industry. Knowledge of the US privacy and data protection laws with a focus on HIPAA and related US privacy regulations is required. Strong track record of identifying potential privacy risks/ issues and developing business-friendly solutions is required. Strong experience in designing and implementing effective training programs is required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-17

Corporate Counsel

Spokane WA Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for providing legal support and consultation for enterprise-wide client groups. Acts as a liaison between departments performing a variety of legal responsibilities that may include contract and policy management, advice on regulatory issues, litigation, support on due diligence matters, and other projects as assigned. Provide the legal support and expertise for key strategic initiatives. Build and maintain strong working relationships within the legal department as well as across functions and divisions; serve business units as a partner with legal expertise with employees at all levels. Provide high quality, timely legal services and legal risk management for the company, including as the lead legal contact for reviewing, drafting and negotiating a wide variety of contracts (vendor and customer), and other legal documents. Develop, improve, and maintain contract templates, corporate policies and processes and implement a cross functional database for contracts. Manage such other matters as trademarks, the development and maintenance of corporate policies, due diligence and projects as requested. Research and provide advice on legal and regulatory issues. Oversee, directly or as part of team, litigation and legal claim matters, including the supervision of outside counsel as necessary. Oversee, directly or as part of team, due diligence matters for corporate transactions, including the supervision of outside counsel as necessary. Must have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Should have Membership in good standing in at least one state bar in the U.S. Must have 4+ years of large national or regional law firm experience in a transactional practice; some in-house experience is preferred. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-17

Senior Counsel, Healthcare Privacy and Data Protection

The Woodlands TX Senior Counsel, Healthcare Privacy and Data Protection The candidate will report to the firm Privacy Officer and Vice President, Global Privacy and provide privacy law advice in support of the firm enterprise and its affiliated business units. Will play a key role in firm s enterprise-wide risk evaluation and mitigation strategy for privacy and data protection, as a member of the Global Privacy Office within the Compliance, Regulatory and Ethics Organization, and in collaboration with Business Unit Attorneys, Business Unit Compliance Officers, Human Resources, Internal Audit, Corporate IT, Information Security and Risk Management, and other key internal stakeholders. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including but not limited to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Overseeing the legal evaluation of data incidents and partnering with other CRE members and internal stakeholders to guide their resolution consistent with applicable law and sound business practices. Developing privacy-related legal standards for enterprise-level policies and training, and supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing privacy-related legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Providing privacy-related legal advice regarding marketing activities and web/mobile privacy notices. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the enterprise and its business units toward opportunity. Monitoring and providing strategic legal advice to the Public Affairs team concerning legislative and regulatory developments in emerging areas of data privacy. Manage outside when necessary. Must have 10+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. In-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws is essential. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification is essential. Must have excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and lead at all levels across the organization is essential. A Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state Bar in good standing is essential. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-15

Senior Counsel, Healthcare Privacy and Data Protection

Irving TX Senior Counsel, Healthcare Privacy and Data Protection The candidate will report to the firm Privacy Officer and Vice President, Global Privacy and provide privacy law advice in support of the firm enterprise and its affiliated business units. Will play a key role in firm s enterprise-wide risk evaluation and mitigation strategy for privacy and data protection, as a member of the Global Privacy Office within the Compliance, Regulatory and Ethics Organization, and in collaboration with Business Unit Attorneys, Business Unit Compliance Officers, Human Resources, Internal Audit, Corporate IT, Information Security and Risk Management, and other key internal stakeholders. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including but not limited to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Overseeing the legal evaluation of data incidents and partnering with other CRE members and internal stakeholders to guide their resolution consistent with applicable law and sound business practices. Developing privacy-related legal standards for enterprise-level policies and training, and supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing privacy-related legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Providing privacy-related legal advice regarding marketing activities and web/mobile privacy notices. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the enterprise and its business units toward opportunity. Monitoring and providing strategic legal advice to the Public Affairs team concerning legislative and regulatory developments in emerging areas of data privacy. Manage outside when necessary. Must have 10+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. In-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws is essential. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification is essential. Must have excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and lead at all levels across the organization is essential. A Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state Bar in good standing is essential. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-15

Legal Counsel - Labor And Employment

Wilsonville OR Legal Counsel - Labor and Employment The Candidate will be responsible to provide legal support for all Labor/Employment needs of a global company. Prepare legal documents, including separation agreements, policies, incentive plans, legal memos, responses to charges of discrimination, and employment agreements. Provide counsel to human resources and executive management on Labor/Employment matters, including employee relations, recruiting and hiring, harassment and discrimination, policies, leaves of absence, disability accommodations, government audits, reductions inforce, wage and hour matters, and non-competition agreements. Proactively monitor and advise business clients on labor and employment laws across the U.S. and globally. Minimal oversight of litigation and outside counsel.

The candidate should have a law degree from an accredited law school and be licensed to practice law in location hired or licensed in any state with ability to practice as an in-house attorney in the location hired and attorney with 5-10 years of experience practicing labor and employment law and have international experience required, preferably in Europe; Prior in-house experience preferred. Report to head of labor and employment law group for Siemens PLM Software. Mentor Graphics operates as part of the Siemens PLM Software business. Should have strong counseling and advice skills, broad knowledge of federal and state employment laws, familiarity with international labor and employment laws, ability to prepare and present training, knowledge of online research tools, and the ability to address legal issues proactively. Strong oral and written communication skills are essential. Candidate must be comfortable interfacing directly with managers and department leaders.
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VP and Chief Legal Counsel
In-House,Overhead Door
Location : Lewisville Texas United States

Position Overview: This is the Company?s top legal position.  The Company?s General Counsel is responsible to manage the provision of all necessary legal services ? both inside and outside ? to the Company.  The General Counsel is a trusted and valu... + read more

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Trademark Staff Attorney
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Position can be located in either Glendale, CA or Austin, TX If you are a service-oriented, junior to mid-level trademark attorney who thrives on speaking with clients and helping them understand trademark law, we would love to talk to you. LegalZ... + read more

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Senior Corporate Counsel-Employment and Labor
Refer job# LMNR141697
 
Legal Senior Corporate Counsel-Employment and Labor 113612BR Job Description This attorney, working in the Legal Department, will represent T-Mobile and provide counsel to the business units and Human Resources on employment related legal matters as assigned; and prepare and review legal documents including briefs, position statements, and other filings. Functional Group Legal Affairs Location WA507-WA-Headquarters, Terrace Location Address 3617 131st Ave SE City Bellevue State Washington Zip 98006 Travel Required? No Responsibilities Engage and work with outside counsel to manage employment litigation and administrative proceedings Work with internal clients to manage labor and employment legal risk Act as subject matter expert for specialty area(s) (Discrimination, ADA, FMLA, etc) Draft and review employment related policies Train internal clients on legal requirements Counsel and advise business clients on a wide variety of complex and developing employment related legal and business issues Support senior attorneys on litigation, research and analysis Qualifications 8+ years, of experience as an employment attorney, with relevant in-house and/or top law firm experience Minimum 5 years, prefer 8+ years, of experience handling employment litigation Significant experience litigating wage hour class actions Preferred, extensive experience with California law, member of California bar Must have experience with researching complex legal matters Excellent written and oral communication skills A demonstrated ability to collaborate with other legal and business professionals in a complex organization with a focus on delivering results efficiently Keen business sense with strong judgment, negotiation, drafting and decision-making skills Ability to operate independently and effectively in a dynamic environment Strong prioritization skills, and execution and results orientation with customer focus Ability to work efficiently, meet demanding deadlines, and balance multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment Desire and ability to work as part of a team Desired Must be licensed to practice law in the US. Minimum Qualifications Must have the above listed educational and experience requirements. Be authorize to work and practice law in the US and have the ability to pass the required background check. Company Profile As Americas Un-carrier, T-Mobile US, Inc. (NASDAQ: TMUS ) is redefining the way consumers and businesses buy wireless services through leading product and service innovation. The companys advanced nationwide 4G and 4G LTE network delivers outstanding wireless experiences for customers who are unwilling to compromise on quality and value. Based in Bellevue, Washington, T-Mobile US provides services through its subsidiaries and operates its flagship brands, T-Mobile and MetroPCS. For more information, please visit ***EOE Statement We Take Equal Opportunity Seriously - By Choice , Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All decisions concerning the employment relationship will be made without regard to age, race, ethnicity, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, marital status, citizenship status, veteran status, the presence of any physical or mental disability, or any other status or characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. Discrimination or harassment based upon any of these factors is wholly inconsistent with our Company values and will not be tolerated. Furthermore, such discrimination or harassment may violate federal, state, or local law. Positions Remaining 1 Brand T-Mobile Schedule Full Time
 
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Corporate/Venture Capital Counsel
Refer job# RTXQ141698
 
Corporate/Venture Capital Counsel Legal Menlo Park, California Apply Description Corporate/Venture Capital Counsel Samsung Strategy & Innovation Center Location: Menlo Park Our Mission: The Samsung Strategy & Innovation Center (SSIC) is Samsung's global network of innovators, technologists, investors, and makers. It was launched in 2013 by the then newly-appointed President and Chief Strategy Officer of Samsung Electronics with a mission to incubate and build world-class capabilities for existing and new businesses. Our approach is unique and open, we develop and accelerate groundbreaking technologies by working in collaboration with entrepreneurs and other strategic partners, and through our early-stage and growth investment funds (Catalyst Fund and Samsung Ventures), which are committed to discovering solutions for connected devices. We are headquartered in Menlo Park, CA and have offices in San Jose, Tel Aviv, London, Paris and Seoul. The Role: The Corporate/Venture Capital Counsel will be a key player responsible for providing expert corporate and transactional legal advice and service to the Catalyst Fund and SSIC on investments, strategic transactions, technology development/commercialization agreements, and complex intellectual property matters. The successful candidate will report to the General Counsel of SSIC and work collaboratively with all members of the SSIC and investments teams, and autonomously as appropriate. The role requires (1) a results-driven self-starter with exemplary leadership, communication, collaboration and influencing skills; (2) excellent judgment and facility with a constant blend of technological, legal and business complexity with international dimensions; and (3) a highly adaptable professional who would relish working within a complex fast-paced global organization with a compelling blend of international cultures and dimensions. Day-to-day Responsibilities: Provide legal advice and service on early stage and strategic investments, strategic development/commercialization agreements, and complex intellectual property matters comprising IP development, licensing and litigation, including international aspects of all of the above. Manage legal process and due diligence for strategic investments in early stage and growth stage companies. Draft and negotiate term sheets and final definitive documents for investments, strategic partnerships, joint ventures and related technology development and commercialization projects; Provide corresponding advice to SSIC groups on full range of legal strategy, including intellectual property; Provide advice on shareholder/board matters and consent(s). General day-to-day legal advice and research legal issues as necessary. Managing outside counsel. Education: Admitted to the California Bar and in good standing, or eligible for registered in-house counsel status in California. Minimum of J.D. from a top A.B.A. accredited law school; and Bachelors Degree in science or engineering preferred, particularly physics/EE. Registered to practice before the USPTO as a patent attorney is a plus. Required Skills/Experience: 5 - 10 years legal experience with venture capital funds, fund investments and M&A transactions (5 years as a corporate associate in a top legal firm). Experience drafting/negotiating complex international investment, financing instruments and technology development and IP licensing agreements. Experience working directly with top caliber business executives, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, scientists, and engineers. Excellent legal judgment, analytical and organizational skills, and writing and oral communication skills. Team player with an energetic, positive and proactive attitude. Ability and desire to work in a fast-paced environment and deal with ambiguity. Ability to interact with business clients and interdepartmental colleagues locally, nationally and internationally. Complete proficiency with Microsoft Office productivity applications: Outlook, Word, Power-point, Excel. Experience with complex patent prosecution, licensing and litigation, and trademarks a plus, but not required. Financial modeling experience a plus.
 
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Sr Contracts Attorney
Refer job# HRJI141699
 
Sr Contracts Attorney Apply Now Job ID : 73255BR Location : US - North Carolina - Durham Job Description When you join us at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you ll be part of a smart, driven team that shares your passion for exploration and discovery. With revenues of $22 billion and the largest investment in R&D in the industry, we give our people the resources and opportunities to make significant contributions to the world. How Will You Make an Impact? In this key role, you will be involved in reviewing drafting, and negotiating a variety of customer facing agreements, including Master Service Agreements (MSAs) relating to development and commercial manufacturing operations, amendments to supply and development agreements and ancillary documents. The position includes a substantial amount of communication with internal and external customers. What will you do? Drafting, reviewing, analyzing, modifying and negotiating a variety of complex commercial and development agreements and other contractual instruments with clients with the support of contracting team. Interpret contract requirements, obligations and risk exposure and advise on same. Partnering with internal stakeholders, including Senior Leadership, as appropriate, in a continued effort to streamline contract related processes as well as integrate templates across Business Units and functions. Providing direction and guidance related to the contracting process. Providing input to the development, maintenance, and management of contracting policies and procedures. Initiate and/or lead the development of innovative approaches to contracting requirements, obligations and exposures. Ensuring conformity to business needs, proper risk allocation and compliance with the policies and procedures of the Business Unit. Supporting the global contracting process and technology strategy as defined by the Business Unit. Facilitating internal contract approval and stakeholder negotiation to resolve complex issues and assist in disputes (escalating complex legal and factual issues to the appropriate internal parties). Communicates with business units ensuring all obligations are being met (e.g., milestones, deliverables, invoicing etc.). Utilizes the contract management system to track and report contractual obligations. Educating business partners on key commercial, legal, corporate policy and other considerations by providing follow up information to clients and senior management to ensure timely performance and adherence to terms of contracts. Prepares contract summaries to assure proper interpretation of contracts. Verifying compliance with applicable laws and internal policies and procedures. How will you get there? Education Position requires a Juris Doctorate and membership in good standing with the State Bar. Experience 7+ years of business experience, including developing negotiating and managing a wide variety of commercial contracts and development agreements, within the pharmaceutical industry or similar contract manufacturing/supply chain solution provider. Proven negotiation abilities and business acumen Customer centric and solutions oriented approach in supporting both external and internal clients while protecting the best interest of the company Experience in a global business environment Experience developing, driving and implementing legal solutions Ability to deliver strong results with limited resources, under tight deadlines and with a high degree of accuracy Strong oral and written communication skills Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive information Team player capable of leading and participating within cross-functional project teams to meet key milestones under tight timelines and stressful conditions Proven research and analytical skills Strong understanding of commercial and financial implications of strategy development process Strong project and process management capabilities Strong interpersonal skills and effective communication and presentation styles Strong work ethic with ability to work independently In-house counsel experience preferred This position has not been approved for relocation assistance. About Thermo Fisher Scientific At Thermo Fisher Scientific, each one of our 70,000 extraordinary minds has a unique story to tell. Join us and contribute to our singular mission enabling our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. If you are an individual with a disability who requires reasonable accommodation to complete any part of our application process, click here for further assistance. Thermo Fisher Scientific is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status. Apply Now
 
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Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# SKZA141700
 
Counsel, Intellectual Property The candidate will be reporting to the departments Vice President, Intellectual Property, the Counsel will learn and perform all aspects of the departments work, as needed, and assist the Vice President in providing legal review of the departments work and advice to its many clients. Advise on rights and copyright status regarding the companys works. Includes distribution, remake/sequel, live stage and other ancillary and subsidiary rights, and requires knowledge of copyright termination and reversion. Advise on proper interpretation of many types of entertainment contracts, including literary property agreements, co-financing and distribution agreements, network license agreement, and talent agreements. Provide legal guidance to the team and clients regarding chain of title issues and copyright registrations and recordations of licenses and agreements. Ensure that legal issues are clearly communicated to clients. Law degree is essential. Member in good standing of the CA Bar is essential. Experience with entertainment industry contracts is strongly preferred. Experience with copyright and chain of title issues is a plus. Strong written and oral communication skill is essential. Excellent analytical and issue-spotting skill is essential. Excellent legal and business judgment.
 
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Intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# QQJO141701
 
Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate will have responsibility for, patent preparation and prosecution, licensing and other transactions, , freedom-to-operate analysis, and patent portfolio development. More generally, you will help identify intellectual property issues, develope effective solutions to intellectual property problems, and assist to guide the business. Will be an essential member of a small international group of attorneys, patent agents and support personnel responsible for intellectual property matters, primarily for the mass spectrometry and chromatography businesses of firm. Securing patent protection for inventions developed at firm's, including drafting applications and Office Action responses, developing strategies for identifying and capturing high-value IP, and overseeing the work of outside counsel. Providing product clearance opinions and advising R&D staff regarding design-around activities. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating various IP-centric agreements, including collaborative and sponsored research agreements, technology licenses and confidentiality agreements. Advising and educating internal clients regarding IP-related issues, including new developments in laws and policies. Supporting patent assertion, defense and litigation matters.

The candidate should have JD degree or equivalent. Must have Membership in good standing of the California Bar (or member in good standing of another state bar and eligible for RIHC status in California). Must have admission to practice before the USPTO. At least a bachelor's degree in engineering or in the physical sciences, with a graduate degree and/or substantial industrial experience preferred. Ideally, experience and technical training will be in a field that has given familiarity and knowledge of analytical instrumentation, such as mass spectrometry, optical spectroscopy, or x-ray diffraction/fluorescence. Must have 3 years experience practicing as a patent attorney in a law firm or in-house legal department. Substantial recent hands-on experience drafting and prosecuting U.S. patent applications, with a background in prosecution of applications in Europe and Asia a strong plus. Must have significant experience drafting and negotiating agreements with IP content.
 
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Director, Data Privacy Counsel
Refer job# UQWB141702
 
Director, Data Privacy Counsel The candidate will provide privacy-related legal support and advice on US commercial, patient support services, advertising, marketing, and digital privacy related matters, and develop related training and policies, guidelines and procedures for monitoring internal compliance. Will provide privacy-related legal support on commercial, patient support services, advertising/marketing, digital and information technology US privacy issues including application of HIPAA and other US privacy laws to patient support services and specialty pharmacy arrangements, website and mobile privacy disclosures, HIPAA de-identification, data analytics/big data, data breaches, and emerging online technologies. Support business/transactional counsel with the review and negotiation of privacy language with vendors as needed, particularly in connection with third-party hubs for patient support services and data sharing/purchase arrangements. Manage outside counsel on privacy issues, particularly those related to patient support services, as needed. Create and implement policies and procedures related to commercial, patient support services, and advertising/marketing privacy issues within the respective business operations. Review company practices for compliance with US privacy and data protection laws, as well as company policy. Develop procedures for monitoring compliance with US data protection regulations and internal policies, particularly with regard to commercial, patient support services, advertising/marketing, and digital issues, within the respective business operations. Conduct privacy risk assessments as needed. Partner with respective business operations to implement remediation measures as needed. Develop and conduct appropriate privacy trainings within the respective business operations and ensure competency. Work with other members of the firm's Privacy Team to develop procedures for management of 3rd party vendors with access to firm's personal information in compliance with US privacy and data protection laws and regulations. Ensure up-to-date knowledge of latest trends in privacy in assigned area. Provide support to and share experiences across US Privacy team and legal functions, as needed.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate (J.D.) or equivalent Law Degree. Must have 5+ years of legal counselling experience, including US privacy and data protection experience, preferably from within a major international law firm or multi-national corporation. Should preferably have experience working with health data and knowledge of how it is shared and transferred among different HC related entities. Must have strong knowledge of Patient Support programs and issues within the pharmaceutical industry. Knowledge of the US privacy and data protection laws with a focus on HIPAA and related US privacy regulations is required. Strong track record of identifying potential privacy risks/ issues and developing business-friendly solutions is required. Strong experience in designing and implementing effective training programs is required.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# XQZI141704
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for providing legal support and consultation for enterprise-wide client groups. Acts as a liaison between departments performing a variety of legal responsibilities that may include contract and policy management, advice on regulatory issues, litigation, support on due diligence matters, and other projects as assigned. Provide the legal support and expertise for key strategic initiatives. Build and maintain strong working relationships within the legal department as well as across functions and divisions; serve business units as a partner with legal expertise with employees at all levels. Provide high quality, timely legal services and legal risk management for the company, including as the lead legal contact for reviewing, drafting and negotiating a wide variety of contracts (vendor and customer), and other legal documents. Develop, improve, and maintain contract templates, corporate policies and processes and implement a cross functional database for contracts. Manage such other matters as trademarks, the development and maintenance of corporate policies, due diligence and projects as requested. Research and provide advice on legal and regulatory issues. Oversee, directly or as part of team, litigation and legal claim matters, including the supervision of outside counsel as necessary. Oversee, directly or as part of team, due diligence matters for corporate transactions, including the supervision of outside counsel as necessary. Must have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Should have Membership in good standing in at least one state bar in the U.S. Must have 4+ years of large national or regional law firm experience in a transactional practice; some in-house experience is preferred.
 
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Senior Counsel, Healthcare Privacy and Data Protection
Refer job# BODU141658
 
Senior Counsel, Healthcare Privacy and Data Protection The candidate will report to the firm Privacy Officer and Vice President, Global Privacy and provide privacy law advice in support of the firm enterprise and its affiliated business units. Will play a key role in firm s enterprise-wide risk evaluation and mitigation strategy for privacy and data protection, as a member of the Global Privacy Office within the Compliance, Regulatory and Ethics Organization, and in collaboration with Business Unit Attorneys, Business Unit Compliance Officers, Human Resources, Internal Audit, Corporate IT, Information Security and Risk Management, and other key internal stakeholders. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including but not limited to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Overseeing the legal evaluation of data incidents and partnering with other CRE members and internal stakeholders to guide their resolution consistent with applicable law and sound business practices. Developing privacy-related legal standards for enterprise-level policies and training, and supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing privacy-related legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Providing privacy-related legal advice regarding marketing activities and web/mobile privacy notices. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the enterprise and its business units toward opportunity. Monitoring and providing strategic legal advice to the Public Affairs team concerning legislative and regulatory developments in emerging areas of data privacy. Manage outside when necessary. Must have 10+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. In-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws is essential. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification is essential. Must have excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and lead at all levels across the organization is essential. A Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state Bar in good standing is essential.
 
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Senior Counsel, Healthcare Privacy and Data Protection
Refer job# TFCU141659
 
Senior Counsel, Healthcare Privacy and Data Protection The candidate will report to the firm Privacy Officer and Vice President, Global Privacy and provide privacy law advice in support of the firm enterprise and its affiliated business units. Will play a key role in firm s enterprise-wide risk evaluation and mitigation strategy for privacy and data protection, as a member of the Global Privacy Office within the Compliance, Regulatory and Ethics Organization, and in collaboration with Business Unit Attorneys, Business Unit Compliance Officers, Human Resources, Internal Audit, Corporate IT, Information Security and Risk Management, and other key internal stakeholders. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including but not limited to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Overseeing the legal evaluation of data incidents and partnering with other CRE members and internal stakeholders to guide their resolution consistent with applicable law and sound business practices. Developing privacy-related legal standards for enterprise-level policies and training, and supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing privacy-related legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Providing privacy-related legal advice regarding marketing activities and web/mobile privacy notices. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the enterprise and its business units toward opportunity. Monitoring and providing strategic legal advice to the Public Affairs team concerning legislative and regulatory developments in emerging areas of data privacy. Manage outside when necessary. Must have 10+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. In-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws is essential. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification is essential. Must have excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and lead at all levels across the organization is essential. A Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state Bar in good standing is essential.
 
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Legal Counsel - Labor And Employment
Refer job# QTZL141660
 
Legal Counsel - Labor and Employment The Candidate will be responsible to provide legal support for all Labor/Employment needs of a global company. Prepare legal documents, including separation agreements, policies, incentive plans, legal memos, responses to charges of discrimination, and employment agreements. Provide counsel to human resources and executive management on Labor/Employment matters, including employee relations, recruiting and hiring, harassment and discrimination, policies, leaves of absence, disability accommodations, government audits, reductions inforce, wage and hour matters, and non-competition agreements. Proactively monitor and advise business clients on labor and employment laws across the U.S. and globally. Minimal oversight of litigation and outside counsel.

The candidate should have a law degree from an accredited law school and be licensed to practice law in location hired or licensed in any state with ability to practice as an in-house attorney in the location hired and attorney with 5-10 years of experience practicing labor and employment law and have international experience required, preferably in Europe; Prior in-house experience preferred. Report to head of labor and employment law group for Siemens PLM Software. Mentor Graphics operates as part of the Siemens PLM Software business. Should have strong counseling and advice skills, broad knowledge of federal and state employment laws, familiarity with international labor and employment laws, ability to prepare and present training, knowledge of online research tools, and the ability to address legal issues proactively. Strong oral and written communication skills are essential. Candidate must be comfortable interfacing directly with managers and department leaders.
 
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