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Counsel, Corporate - M&a

San Francisco CA Counsel, Corporate - M&A Lead domestic and international M&A transactions and strategic investments, including coordination of legal strategy, risk management, negotiation and due diligence. Partner with Corporate Development, Finance and People teams and manage cross-functional legal experts to execute transactions. Support major M&A transactions and complex strategic initiatives. Support post-closing integration. Coordinate and manage outside domestic and international corporate counsel. Support and manage internal corporate initiatives and policies. Provide general corporate legal support to Affirm and its stakeholders. Assist with other corporate and securities law matters as necessary, which may include the corporate secretarial function and public company reporting.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited law school and active membership in at least one state Bar. 7+ years of legal practice experience in M&A transactions, with 5+ years of experience at a law firm with a sophisticated corporate and M&A practice. Corporate and transactional experience with public and private companies, with an emphasis on M&A, investments, joint ventures and other corporate transactions. In-depth knowledge of M&A structures, deals, documents and legal issues. Experience in public company corporate and securities law matters preferred. Organizational experience and strategic thinking, and experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment. Business judgment and client counseling experience. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to negotiate, compromise and demonstrate diplomacy in sensitive situations, and to interact effectively with senior management. Careful attention to detail and strong quality of work product. Demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects, prioritize and meet deadlines. Ability to demonstrate good judgment in a fast-paced, high-growth, dynamic environment. Ability to uphold the highest standards of discretion and confidentiality. Proactive, enthusiastic and innovative team player with a strong work ethic. Self-starter with intellectual curiosity, who is capable of learning on the job, taking initiative, developing new approaches when there are no precedents, and thriving within a team.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-03-01

Senior Counsel - Regulatory, Insurance, Medicare/medicaid, Managed Care

New York City NY Senior Counsel - Regulatory, Insurance, Medicare/Medicaid, Managed Care Reporting to General Counsel, the counsel will provide strategic advice on how the company may meet its business needs while complying with applicable Medicare Advantage, Medicaid Managed Care, and state health insurance laws. Be responsible for primary legal counsel to the Chief Compliance Officer and the Compliance Department on the legal requirements Medicare Advantage and Medicaid Managed Care programs as well as state insurance laws and regulations. Provide legal advice on the company's licensure requirements, including HMO, PPO, TPA, and UR. Provide legal advice to the company's Privacy Officer and others on compliance with privacy and data security laws, including HIPAA. Research and analyze managed care and state insurance laws. Coordinate with the business, government relations, communications, and other cross-functional teams on multi-disciplinary issues. Mentor and supervise junior attorneys.

The candidate must hold a Law degree (J.D. or equivalent) and Bar admission required with 10+ years of relevant legal experience, with 4+ years of experience practicing health law with a national law firm, and preferably with a strong record of in-house success. Experience advising managed care companies that participate in Medicare Advantage and Medicaid Managed Care programs. Prior experience advising managed care companies preferred. Interest in continuous quality improvement in the delivery of legal services is desired. Possess strong research skills and the ability to translate complex legal issues into practical and actionable advice and recommendations. Ability to handle complex legal matters with minimal oversight while escalating significant issues in a timely fashion required. Sound judgment, a high degree of professionalism, and a sense of urgency and commitment to meeting deadlines required. Communicates clearly, concisely, and persuasively with a variety of internal stakeholders (corporate business partners, team members, functional colleagues, etc.), works collaboratively, and builds effective partnerships. Proactive and solution oriented.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-03-01

Corporate Attorney

Dallas TX Corporate Attorney Duties: Proactively partner with the USA team as a key legal and business advisor who identifies opportunities, balances risks and returns, and problem solves while limiting legal liability and exposure to drive profitability of the business, managing and protecting the company's assets and brand image, and maximizing returns. Participate in management policy and business deliberations and clearly communicate how legal issues will affect business operations and recommend strategies to manage legal risk and take advantage of opportunities. Provide legal and business input on all aspects of day to day operations of the real estate asset portfolio management, liquor licensing, employment law, litigation and risk management, and corporate governance and compliance. Provide review of domestic multimedia advertising and marketing programs. Write and maintain corporate governance programs, legal reports, and other statements of a legal nature. Manage risk management; direct policies and practice ongoing risk reduction across the company; perform efficient liability litigation and claims resolution, and workers compensation and property claim handling. Create, implement, and oversee corporate and compliance policies.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree; JD law degree required. Licensed to practice law in Texas. 3-5 years of in-house legal experience, including real estate and employment law. Experience within a highly competitive, multi-unit and/or retail environment with leading approaches regarding legal strategies, complex leases, and liquor licensing. Proficient in MS Office software. A well-trained corporate/commercial lawyer with broad legal experience and demonstrated success working on issues relating to US real estate, employment, and marketing matters. Influences major decisions through reasoned analysis and business understanding; demonstrated presence and stature with an ego that is well in check; and, demonstrated nuanced ability to collaborate with and influence members at all levels of the company. Demonstrated ability to take the lead, in a positive way, with management and department leaders to proactively collaborate and resolve challenges. Superior intellect with a high capacity for managing complexity, analyzing and synthesizing financial and other business information, and making aggressive, fast-paced business decisions. Can convey ideas in a meaningful way and secure commitment and support from others at all levels of the company. Excellent Verbal and Written Communication Skills: Can collaboratively sell strategies throughout the organization generating excitement, enthusiasm, and commitment.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2021-03-01

Senior Legal Counsel, Privacy And Compliance Lead

Chicago IL Senior Legal Counsel, Privacy and Compliance Lead The candidate will provide legal and strategic data protection advice to stakeholders at various levels of the organization (including executive level boards and committees) that minimizes risk, resolves issues, maximizes opportunities for business to deliver on its goals and protects the firm's commercial interests. Act as an escalation point for other members of America's legal team on matters to do with privacy. Collaborate effectively with teams across firms, including global teams, to help implement and improve the company's global data protection program. Drive and manage large-scale data protection governance programs and projects across the Americas. Monitor and respond to developments in data protection and information security, including new laws, regulations, key judgments, and regulatory guidance. Partner with senior leaders and commercial stakeholders to embed privacy protections into new and existing products, as well as advise on ways to minimize operational privacy risks. Advocate the importance of good and robust privacy protections across the company and conduct training and awareness-raising exercises. Act as firm's representative in privacy-related interactions with regulators, law enforcement agencies and individuals in the Americas. Advice on and negotiate data protection issues within commercial contracts. Manage privacy counsel and privacy compliance direct reports, as well as provide strategic guidance to local market DPOs within the Americas region. Brief and manage external legal counsel in a variety of matters.

The candidate should be a lawyer with deep experience in data privacy (preferably 10+ years or more) and knowledge of applicable laws and best practices. Knowledge of European data protection laws would be advantageous. IAPP CIPP certification is preferred. A proven track record in privacy program management is required. Experience advising on emerging technologies within advertising, media and marketing would be advantageous.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-03-01

Senior Legal Counsel, Privacy And Compliance Lead

New York City NY Senior Legal Counsel, Privacy And Compliance Lead The candidate will provide legal and strategic data protection advice to stakeholders at various levels of the organization (including executive-level boards and committees) that minimizes risk, resolves issues, maximizes opportunities for business to deliver on its goals and protects's commercial interests. Act as an escalation point for other members of the Americas legal team on matters to do with privacy. Collaborate effectively with teams across, including global teams, to help implement and improve the company's global data protection program. Drive and manage large-scale data protection governance programs and projects across the Americas. Monitor and respond to developments in data protection and information security, including new laws, regulations, key judgements, and regulatory guidance. Partner with senior leaders and commercial stakeholders to embed privacy protections into new and existing products, as well as advise on ways to minimize operational privacy risks. Advocate the importance of good and robust privacy protections across the company and conduct training and awareness-raising exercises. Act as's representative in privacy-related interactions with regulators, law enforcement agencies and individuals in the Americas. Advise on and negotiate data protection issues within commercial contracts. Manage privacy counsel and privacy compliance direct reports, as well as provide strategic guidance to local market DPOs within the Americas region. Brief and manage external legal counsel in a variety of matters. Must be a lawyer with deep experience in data privacy (preferably 10 years or more) and knowledge of applicable laws and best practices. Knowledge of European data protection laws would be advantageous. IAPP CIPP certification is preferred. Proven track record in privacy program management. Experience advising on emerging technologies within advertising, media and marketing would be advantageous. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-03-01

Corporate Counsel

Washington DC Corporate Counsel The counsel will be supporting a broad range of general corporate matters and business operations. Drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and revising all manner of contacts, including licensing, venue, endorsement, equity investments, vendor services, and entertainment agreements in a highly polished and effective manner. Providing general, day-to-day, organizational leadership with superior interpersonal skills. Managing the organization's deal flow and contract management system, and providing regular reports to the Senior Business Counsel, General Counsel, and President. Assisting in delivering expert and authoritative legal advice to all departments on intellectual property, licensing, new technology, general business, and corporate governance matters. Operating and maintaining robust brand protection and enforcement program, including managing relationships with licensees and enforcement partners. Reviewing and advising on all organizational press releases and public statements. Providing support for corporate governance and securities matters, including preparation of Board materials and filings. Assisting with special projects for senior-level staff including budgets, quarterly reports, and annual presentations for Board meetings. Must hold a J.D. and current Bar association membership in good standing with 3-5 years of corporate transaction experience along with experience with intellectual property, licensing, media, securities instruments, sports law, and corporate governance. Significant transactional experience that can be applied to new and unfamiliar contexts is necessary. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2021-03-01

Counsel, Privacy & Technology

New York City NY Counsel, Privacy & Technology The candidate will advise on best practices and compliance for global privacy and data protection laws, including by overseeing all legal and regulatory aspects of data collection and use, privacy notices, data access requests, data security matters, and use of location-based services, biometrics and other emerging technologies. Manage CCPR, GDPR and other privacy compliance programs and partner with internal stakeholders to implement new and changing privacy laws. Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of agreements, including those related to app/software development, SaaS/hosted services, licensing, data sharing, confidentiality, procurement, consulting, and other commercial initiatives. Provide legal support on a variety of digital, technology and commercial initiatives, working closely and collaboratively with product development, marketing, data, technology, and operational teams to design new features and services in-line with applicable privacy laws and best practices. Assist in developing and maintaining privacy policies, processes, and procedures and implementing compliance training and monitoring. Work collaboratively with and support colleagues across the Legal Department.

The candidate should have at least 4-6 years of legal experience handling a variety of privacy, technology/digital and commercial matters, with a focus on transactional and compliance matters. Prior in-house experience at fast-paced, consumer-facing business strongly preferred. Excellent academic credentials, including a JD from a top law school. Admission and member in good standing of the New York bar. CIPP/US certification and/or prior experience in data or information security fields a plus. Aptitude for learning and understanding underlying products and technologies. Strong business instincts and acumen and the ability to assess legal risk. Exceptional analytical, writing, and communication skills. Excellent project management skills combined with a strong attention to detail. Must have a legal right to work in the United States.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2021-03-01

Attorney, Labor & Employment Law

San Francisco CA Attorney, Labor & Employment Law Responsibilities: Provide in-house legal counsel on labor and employment related matters, which may include, but not limited to, human resources issues, wage and hour law, workers compensation, unemployment and other state agency claims, labor relations, employee benefits, employment agreements, policy related issues, FMLA matters, employment related litigation, grievances and arbitrations. Litigate labor and employment matters, including drafting motions, defending and taking depositions, responding to discovery requests, attending hearings, and mediating and settling claims, with minimal oversight. Supervise, manage and evaluate outside counsel on employment related matters including litigation. Draft employment-related contracts, including Confidentiality Agreements and Employment Agreements. Ensure compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and policies. Identify and assesses legal risks and opportunities within the labor and employment area and advises accordingly. Recognize when to elevate certain matters to the attention of the General Counsel. Educate clients and stakeholders on legal matters, policies and procedures. Establish and maintains relationships, credibility and trust with clients, stakeholders, legal team members and other colleagues. Maintain knowledge and understanding of laws and regulations related to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), affirmative action, collective bargaining, unions, labor relations, and human resources. Perform other tasks as assigned by the General Counsel. Obtain and maintain position-specific licensing. Use personal device/cellular phone for job related operational tasks, job duties, review of company documents, etc.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Licensed to practice in Nevada. 3+ years of substantive labor and employment experience with a corporate/in-house legal department, appropriate government agency, or a law firm. Strong knowledge of Federal and Nevada labor and employment law. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills. Ability to analyze situations, make independent decisions, prioritize to meet deadlines, work under pressure, and be a team player. Excellent organizational skills and time management skills with the proven ability to meet deadlines. Ability to successfully lead and mentor a team. Ability to work varied shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays. Ability to effectively communicate in English. Polished appearance and demeanor. Excellent customer service skills. Ability to obtain & maintain full knowledge and understanding of company and department rules and regulations, policies, and procedures. Preferred: Experience in handling labor and employment matters before federal, state courts and administrative agencies. Experience in counseling clients on labor and employment matters. Experience negotiating with organized labor unions and representatives. Previous experience working in a large, luxury resort setting.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-03-01

Us Securities Research Counsel

New York City NY US Securities Research Counsel Duties: Work closely with the Securities Research business within the Sustainability, Research and Investment Solutions function to provide advice on legal and regulatory matters and initiatives. Advise, support and drive key and novel critical initiatives and transactions. Review and update template agreements and fallback provisions to address regulatory change and commercial or risk concerns. Collaborate with colleagues across Credit Suisse in the US, EMEA and APAC. Build approach of getting-it-right-first-time and encourage a behavior of continual learning and improvement.

Qualifications: JD Degree and member of the Bar or equivalent educational and legal qualifications. Equivalent experience of 4 ? 5 years as an attorney. Proven record with advising on research and banking matters in the financial services industry (including the global Research Settlement) a must, together with a knowledge of FINRA Research Rules and the SEC Investment Advisors regime. Any background knowledge of European MIFID II research and inducements rules is a plus. Ability to analyze legal issues and assess risks, draft and negotiate legal terms related to specific area of expertise and related regulatory and compliance issues. Outstanding project management skills, ability to work within a team and coordinate internally with relevant business partners. Strong communication, consulting and relationship building capabilities and able to influence internal and external partners. Takes ownership of work product; displays excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize optimally; meets deadlines under pressure and strives for high quality. Understands the value of diversity in the workplace and is dedicated to fostering an inclusive culture in all aspects of working life so that people from all backgrounds receive equal treatment, realize their full potential and can bring their full, authentic selves to work.
Legal 4 - 5 Full-time 2021-03-01

Managing Counsel, Employment

Chicago IL Managing Counsel, Employment The counsel will wear both the lawyer hat and the HR hat to assist our growing team. Reporting directly to the CFO, must have been in-house before and understands how to change and wear these hats seamlessly as required by the business. A key role is a fundamental understanding of anti-discrimination laws, ADA, FMLA/medical leave laws/workers compensation, wage and hour, employee benefits, and regulatory employment requirements (e.g., filing an EEO-1). Will have to navigate these laws in day-to-day situations, as well as be able to draft policy, employment agreements, and consulting agreements (and negotiate those agreements) and generally assist the HR team. Conduct training (where possible) and be a strategic thought-partner working with the HR team and the executive team and guiding the culture of the company.

The candidate must hold a JD from an accredited law school with 5-8 years' experience ideally, with in-house experience preferred. Experience conducting internal investigations required. Working knowledge of the legal principles that govern the employer-employee relationship needed. Deep understanding of employment laws and how to apply them to day-to-day situations required. Knowledge of employee benefits and regulatory requirements (e.g., ACA compliance) required. Friendly, approachable, and able to become a trusted advisor to both the HR team and the executive team on issues related to employment law. A good sense of judgment along with the ability to assist the company in making difficult decisions required. Be proactive ? looking for ways to improve process and policy. Be comfortable in both a cultivation environment and a corporate environment. Possess strong negotiation and drafting skills and research and organizational skills. A high level of accuracy and attention to detail needed. Excellent communication skills required. Needs to be quick on their own feet and be comfortable giving advice in real-time and partnering closely with the HR team. Be organized, tracking legal requirements by state, like training requirements.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2021-03-01
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Counsel, Corporate - M&a
Refer job# CLYW155841
 
Counsel, Corporate - M&A Lead domestic and international M&A transactions and strategic investments, including coordination of legal strategy, risk management, negotiation and due diligence. Partner with Corporate Development, Finance and People teams and manage cross-functional legal experts to execute transactions. Support major M&A transactions and complex strategic initiatives. Support post-closing integration. Coordinate and manage outside domestic and international corporate counsel. Support and manage internal corporate initiatives and policies. Provide general corporate legal support to Affirm and its stakeholders. Assist with other corporate and securities law matters as necessary, which may include the corporate secretarial function and public company reporting.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited law school and active membership in at least one state Bar. 7+ years of legal practice experience in M&A transactions, with 5+ years of experience at a law firm with a sophisticated corporate and M&A practice. Corporate and transactional experience with public and private companies, with an emphasis on M&A, investments, joint ventures and other corporate transactions. In-depth knowledge of M&A structures, deals, documents and legal issues. Experience in public company corporate and securities law matters preferred. Organizational experience and strategic thinking, and experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment. Business judgment and client counseling experience. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including the ability to negotiate, compromise and demonstrate diplomacy in sensitive situations, and to interact effectively with senior management. Careful attention to detail and strong quality of work product. Demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects, prioritize and meet deadlines. Ability to demonstrate good judgment in a fast-paced, high-growth, dynamic environment. Ability to uphold the highest standards of discretion and confidentiality. Proactive, enthusiastic and innovative team player with a strong work ethic. Self-starter with intellectual curiosity, who is capable of learning on the job, taking initiative, developing new approaches when there are no precedents, and thriving within a team.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel - Regulatory, Insurance, Medicare/medicaid, Managed Care
Refer job# WQCL155842
 
Senior Counsel - Regulatory, Insurance, Medicare/Medicaid, Managed Care Reporting to General Counsel, the counsel will provide strategic advice on how the company may meet its business needs while complying with applicable Medicare Advantage, Medicaid Managed Care, and state health insurance laws. Be responsible for primary legal counsel to the Chief Compliance Officer and the Compliance Department on the legal requirements Medicare Advantage and Medicaid Managed Care programs as well as state insurance laws and regulations. Provide legal advice on the company's licensure requirements, including HMO, PPO, TPA, and UR. Provide legal advice to the company's Privacy Officer and others on compliance with privacy and data security laws, including HIPAA. Research and analyze managed care and state insurance laws. Coordinate with the business, government relations, communications, and other cross-functional teams on multi-disciplinary issues. Mentor and supervise junior attorneys.

The candidate must hold a Law degree (J.D. or equivalent) and Bar admission required with 10+ years of relevant legal experience, with 4+ years of experience practicing health law with a national law firm, and preferably with a strong record of in-house success. Experience advising managed care companies that participate in Medicare Advantage and Medicaid Managed Care programs. Prior experience advising managed care companies preferred. Interest in continuous quality improvement in the delivery of legal services is desired. Possess strong research skills and the ability to translate complex legal issues into practical and actionable advice and recommendations. Ability to handle complex legal matters with minimal oversight while escalating significant issues in a timely fashion required. Sound judgment, a high degree of professionalism, and a sense of urgency and commitment to meeting deadlines required. Communicates clearly, concisely, and persuasively with a variety of internal stakeholders (corporate business partners, team members, functional colleagues, etc.), works collaboratively, and builds effective partnerships. Proactive and solution oriented.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Attorney
Refer job# WYYC155843
 
Corporate Attorney Duties: Proactively partner with the USA team as a key legal and business advisor who identifies opportunities, balances risks and returns, and problem solves while limiting legal liability and exposure to drive profitability of the business, managing and protecting the company's assets and brand image, and maximizing returns. Participate in management policy and business deliberations and clearly communicate how legal issues will affect business operations and recommend strategies to manage legal risk and take advantage of opportunities. Provide legal and business input on all aspects of day to day operations of the real estate asset portfolio management, liquor licensing, employment law, litigation and risk management, and corporate governance and compliance. Provide review of domestic multimedia advertising and marketing programs. Write and maintain corporate governance programs, legal reports, and other statements of a legal nature. Manage risk management; direct policies and practice ongoing risk reduction across the company; perform efficient liability litigation and claims resolution, and workers compensation and property claim handling. Create, implement, and oversee corporate and compliance policies.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree; JD law degree required. Licensed to practice law in Texas. 3-5 years of in-house legal experience, including real estate and employment law. Experience within a highly competitive, multi-unit and/or retail environment with leading approaches regarding legal strategies, complex leases, and liquor licensing. Proficient in MS Office software. A well-trained corporate/commercial lawyer with broad legal experience and demonstrated success working on issues relating to US real estate, employment, and marketing matters. Influences major decisions through reasoned analysis and business understanding; demonstrated presence and stature with an ego that is well in check; and, demonstrated nuanced ability to collaborate with and influence members at all levels of the company. Demonstrated ability to take the lead, in a positive way, with management and department leaders to proactively collaborate and resolve challenges. Superior intellect with a high capacity for managing complexity, analyzing and synthesizing financial and other business information, and making aggressive, fast-paced business decisions. Can convey ideas in a meaningful way and secure commitment and support from others at all levels of the company. Excellent Verbal and Written Communication Skills: Can collaboratively sell strategies throughout the organization generating excitement, enthusiasm, and commitment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Privacy And Compliance Lead
Refer job# EDTV155844
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Privacy and Compliance Lead The candidate will provide legal and strategic data protection advice to stakeholders at various levels of the organization (including executive level boards and committees) that minimizes risk, resolves issues, maximizes opportunities for business to deliver on its goals and protects the firm's commercial interests. Act as an escalation point for other members of America's legal team on matters to do with privacy. Collaborate effectively with teams across firms, including global teams, to help implement and improve the company's global data protection program. Drive and manage large-scale data protection governance programs and projects across the Americas. Monitor and respond to developments in data protection and information security, including new laws, regulations, key judgments, and regulatory guidance. Partner with senior leaders and commercial stakeholders to embed privacy protections into new and existing products, as well as advise on ways to minimize operational privacy risks. Advocate the importance of good and robust privacy protections across the company and conduct training and awareness-raising exercises. Act as firm's representative in privacy-related interactions with regulators, law enforcement agencies and individuals in the Americas. Advice on and negotiate data protection issues within commercial contracts. Manage privacy counsel and privacy compliance direct reports, as well as provide strategic guidance to local market DPOs within the Americas region. Brief and manage external legal counsel in a variety of matters.

The candidate should be a lawyer with deep experience in data privacy (preferably 10+ years or more) and knowledge of applicable laws and best practices. Knowledge of European data protection laws would be advantageous. IAPP CIPP certification is preferred. A proven track record in privacy program management is required. Experience advising on emerging technologies within advertising, media and marketing would be advantageous.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Privacy And Compliance Lead
Refer job# FKZG155845
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Privacy And Compliance Lead The candidate will provide legal and strategic data protection advice to stakeholders at various levels of the organization (including executive-level boards and committees) that minimizes risk, resolves issues, maximizes opportunities for business to deliver on its goals and protects's commercial interests. Act as an escalation point for other members of the Americas legal team on matters to do with privacy. Collaborate effectively with teams across, including global teams, to help implement and improve the company's global data protection program. Drive and manage large-scale data protection governance programs and projects across the Americas. Monitor and respond to developments in data protection and information security, including new laws, regulations, key judgements, and regulatory guidance. Partner with senior leaders and commercial stakeholders to embed privacy protections into new and existing products, as well as advise on ways to minimize operational privacy risks. Advocate the importance of good and robust privacy protections across the company and conduct training and awareness-raising exercises. Act as's representative in privacy-related interactions with regulators, law enforcement agencies and individuals in the Americas. Advise on and negotiate data protection issues within commercial contracts. Manage privacy counsel and privacy compliance direct reports, as well as provide strategic guidance to local market DPOs within the Americas region. Brief and manage external legal counsel in a variety of matters. Must be a lawyer with deep experience in data privacy (preferably 10 years or more) and knowledge of applicable laws and best practices. Knowledge of European data protection laws would be advantageous. IAPP CIPP certification is preferred. Proven track record in privacy program management. Experience advising on emerging technologies within advertising, media and marketing would be advantageous.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YCAB155846
 
Corporate Counsel The counsel will be supporting a broad range of general corporate matters and business operations. Drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and revising all manner of contacts, including licensing, venue, endorsement, equity investments, vendor services, and entertainment agreements in a highly polished and effective manner. Providing general, day-to-day, organizational leadership with superior interpersonal skills. Managing the organization's deal flow and contract management system, and providing regular reports to the Senior Business Counsel, General Counsel, and President. Assisting in delivering expert and authoritative legal advice to all departments on intellectual property, licensing, new technology, general business, and corporate governance matters. Operating and maintaining robust brand protection and enforcement program, including managing relationships with licensees and enforcement partners. Reviewing and advising on all organizational press releases and public statements. Providing support for corporate governance and securities matters, including preparation of Board materials and filings. Assisting with special projects for senior-level staff including budgets, quarterly reports, and annual presentations for Board meetings. Must hold a J.D. and current Bar association membership in good standing with 3-5 years of corporate transaction experience along with experience with intellectual property, licensing, media, securities instruments, sports law, and corporate governance. Significant transactional experience that can be applied to new and unfamiliar contexts is necessary.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Counsel, Privacy & Technology
Refer job# KZLF155847
 
Counsel, Privacy & Technology The candidate will advise on best practices and compliance for global privacy and data protection laws, including by overseeing all legal and regulatory aspects of data collection and use, privacy notices, data access requests, data security matters, and use of location-based services, biometrics and other emerging technologies. Manage CCPR, GDPR and other privacy compliance programs and partner with internal stakeholders to implement new and changing privacy laws. Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of agreements, including those related to app/software development, SaaS/hosted services, licensing, data sharing, confidentiality, procurement, consulting, and other commercial initiatives. Provide legal support on a variety of digital, technology and commercial initiatives, working closely and collaboratively with product development, marketing, data, technology, and operational teams to design new features and services in-line with applicable privacy laws and best practices. Assist in developing and maintaining privacy policies, processes, and procedures and implementing compliance training and monitoring. Work collaboratively with and support colleagues across the Legal Department.

The candidate should have at least 4-6 years of legal experience handling a variety of privacy, technology/digital and commercial matters, with a focus on transactional and compliance matters. Prior in-house experience at fast-paced, consumer-facing business strongly preferred. Excellent academic credentials, including a JD from a top law school. Admission and member in good standing of the New York bar. CIPP/US certification and/or prior experience in data or information security fields a plus. Aptitude for learning and understanding underlying products and technologies. Strong business instincts and acumen and the ability to assess legal risk. Exceptional analytical, writing, and communication skills. Excellent project management skills combined with a strong attention to detail. Must have a legal right to work in the United States.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Attorney, Labor & Employment Law
Refer job# LIUN155848
 
Attorney, Labor & Employment Law Responsibilities: Provide in-house legal counsel on labor and employment related matters, which may include, but not limited to, human resources issues, wage and hour law, workers compensation, unemployment and other state agency claims, labor relations, employee benefits, employment agreements, policy related issues, FMLA matters, employment related litigation, grievances and arbitrations. Litigate labor and employment matters, including drafting motions, defending and taking depositions, responding to discovery requests, attending hearings, and mediating and settling claims, with minimal oversight. Supervise, manage and evaluate outside counsel on employment related matters including litigation. Draft employment-related contracts, including Confidentiality Agreements and Employment Agreements. Ensure compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and policies. Identify and assesses legal risks and opportunities within the labor and employment area and advises accordingly. Recognize when to elevate certain matters to the attention of the General Counsel. Educate clients and stakeholders on legal matters, policies and procedures. Establish and maintains relationships, credibility and trust with clients, stakeholders, legal team members and other colleagues. Maintain knowledge and understanding of laws and regulations related to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), affirmative action, collective bargaining, unions, labor relations, and human resources. Perform other tasks as assigned by the General Counsel. Obtain and maintain position-specific licensing. Use personal device/cellular phone for job related operational tasks, job duties, review of company documents, etc.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Licensed to practice in Nevada. 3+ years of substantive labor and employment experience with a corporate/in-house legal department, appropriate government agency, or a law firm. Strong knowledge of Federal and Nevada labor and employment law. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, and conflict resolution skills. Ability to analyze situations, make independent decisions, prioritize to meet deadlines, work under pressure, and be a team player. Excellent organizational skills and time management skills with the proven ability to meet deadlines. Ability to successfully lead and mentor a team. Ability to work varied shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays. Ability to effectively communicate in English. Polished appearance and demeanor. Excellent customer service skills. Ability to obtain & maintain full knowledge and understanding of company and department rules and regulations, policies, and procedures. Preferred: Experience in handling labor and employment matters before federal, state courts and administrative agencies. Experience in counseling clients on labor and employment matters. Experience negotiating with organized labor unions and representatives. Previous experience working in a large, luxury resort setting.
 
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Us Securities Research Counsel
Refer job# TSKQ155849
 
US Securities Research Counsel Duties: Work closely with the Securities Research business within the Sustainability, Research and Investment Solutions function to provide advice on legal and regulatory matters and initiatives. Advise, support and drive key and novel critical initiatives and transactions. Review and update template agreements and fallback provisions to address regulatory change and commercial or risk concerns. Collaborate with colleagues across Credit Suisse in the US, EMEA and APAC. Build approach of getting-it-right-first-time and encourage a behavior of continual learning and improvement.

Qualifications: JD Degree and member of the Bar or equivalent educational and legal qualifications. Equivalent experience of 4 ? 5 years as an attorney. Proven record with advising on research and banking matters in the financial services industry (including the global Research Settlement) a must, together with a knowledge of FINRA Research Rules and the SEC Investment Advisors regime. Any background knowledge of European MIFID II research and inducements rules is a plus. Ability to analyze legal issues and assess risks, draft and negotiate legal terms related to specific area of expertise and related regulatory and compliance issues. Outstanding project management skills, ability to work within a team and coordinate internally with relevant business partners. Strong communication, consulting and relationship building capabilities and able to influence internal and external partners. Takes ownership of work product; displays excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize optimally; meets deadlines under pressure and strives for high quality. Understands the value of diversity in the workplace and is dedicated to fostering an inclusive culture in all aspects of working life so that people from all backgrounds receive equal treatment, realize their full potential and can bring their full, authentic selves to work.
 
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Managing Counsel, Employment
Refer job# JMBF155850
 
Managing Counsel, Employment The counsel will wear both the lawyer hat and the HR hat to assist our growing team. Reporting directly to the CFO, must have been in-house before and understands how to change and wear these hats seamlessly as required by the business. A key role is a fundamental understanding of anti-discrimination laws, ADA, FMLA/medical leave laws/workers compensation, wage and hour, employee benefits, and regulatory employment requirements (e.g., filing an EEO-1). Will have to navigate these laws in day-to-day situations, as well as be able to draft policy, employment agreements, and consulting agreements (and negotiate those agreements) and generally assist the HR team. Conduct training (where possible) and be a strategic thought-partner working with the HR team and the executive team and guiding the culture of the company.

The candidate must hold a JD from an accredited law school with 5-8 years' experience ideally, with in-house experience preferred. Experience conducting internal investigations required. Working knowledge of the legal principles that govern the employer-employee relationship needed. Deep understanding of employment laws and how to apply them to day-to-day situations required. Knowledge of employee benefits and regulatory requirements (e.g., ACA compliance) required. Friendly, approachable, and able to become a trusted advisor to both the HR team and the executive team on issues related to employment law. A good sense of judgment along with the ability to assist the company in making difficult decisions required. Be proactive ? looking for ways to improve process and policy. Be comfortable in both a cultivation environment and a corporate environment. Possess strong negotiation and drafting skills and research and organizational skills. A high level of accuracy and attention to detail needed. Excellent communication skills required. Needs to be quick on their own feet and be comfortable giving advice in real-time and partnering closely with the HR team. Be organized, tracking legal requirements by state, like training requirements.
 
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