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Senior Counsel, Securities

Santa Monica CA Senior Counsel, Securities Duties: Ensure compliance with federal securities laws and Nasdaq listing requirements. Review annual and quarterly SEC filings prepared by Companys external reporting team. Draft/review other SEC filings (proxy statements, Forms 8-K, Section 16 filings, registration statements, conflict minerals report). Supervise annual shareholder meetings and facilitating the relationship between the organization and its shareholders. Review earnings releases and other investor materials prepared by Companys investor relations team. Prepare materials for, and minutes of, Board and Board committee meetings. Oversee scheduling Board and Board committee meetings and assembling and disseminating Board and Board committee materials. Oversee Companys insider trading program. Support general corporate governance (e.g., advising with respect to Delaware corporate law, charter and bylaw provisions, independence and related party transactions matters, and Board committee charters). Support transactional matters (e.g., acquisitions and/or debt-related work). Support Companys financial reporting, treasury, investor relations, stock administration and executive compensation teams. Support the office of the Corporate Secretary. Oversee paralegal in his/her management of compliance with corporate law requirements for Company and its domestic subsidiaries.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited law school. Admission to California State Bar or willingness and qualifications to be
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2019-06-24

In House Counsel/contracts Attorney

Englewood CO In House Counsel/Contracts Attorney Duties : Will centralize the contract review process for the ANM operation. Develop, draft, review, approve legal terms and conditions, and negotiate wide variety of agreements: Managed Service Agreements (MSA), State and Education Customer contracts (SLED), employment contracts, non competes, non- disclosure and statements of work. Review of contracts: BroadSoft and FCC Compliance. Analyze contract terms to ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations, industry best practices, and company policies. Support and advise contract negotiations with account teams, clients and outside counsel where appropriate. Advise internal business line and administrative support teams on contract matters, including structuring, negotiation, interpretation, compliance and enforcement, risk assessment, legal and regulatory compliance, and consistency with business/operational requirements. Anticipate internal and external business challenges and provide creative problem-solving solutions to analyze legal and commercial risks while supporting corporate strategy and goals. Business compliance: Ensure ANM is properly registered as employer in each state for payroll and other business purposes and manage renewal of business insurances (liability, workers comp, etc.). Maintain a current working knowledge of new laws, case law trends with respect to contracts and regulatory developments. Providing training to the company on emerging relevant legal topics.

Requirements : The candidate should have Law degree with strong academic credentials from an ABA accredited institution. Should have 7+ years of relevant attorney background in contract law, specifically in drafting and negotiating contracts, either in-house or law firm. Good sense of judgment and practical business mind to balance competing legal and business considerations to advise on practical solution focused and business-oriented results. Strong organizational and time management skills with an ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks while responding to competing deadlines. Should be able to demonstrate strong legal research and written and verbal communication skills, as well as success at working independently and as a collaborative team member with business teams, technology teams, and human resources.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Assistant Counsel I, Compliance

New York City NY Assistant Counsel I, Compliance The candidate will be providing Guidance and Advice: Provide guidance and advice on compliance questions and concerns. Relevant topics include: conflicts of interest, business gifts and entertainment, anti-bribery and anti-corruption and trade and economic sanctions. Training and Communications Initiatives: Develop compliance communications and training materials to promote understanding of compliance risk issues. Develop and track metrics related to these initiatives. Assist with drafting annual updates to firm Code of Conduct, and work with colleagues to launch and ensure completion of web-based acknowledgements and learning requirements. Risk Assessment: Support compliance risk assessments to proactively identify existing and emerging compliance risks. Support the development of the compliance risk management strategy and plan. Policy and Procedure Development and Implementation: Monitor legal developments on a global basis and identify opportunities for compliance-related policies. Draft policies and procedures to ensure consistent and sound practices, and ensure existing policies and procedures are current, effectively implemented and communicated to employees. Due Diligence: Assist with ensuring processes are followed for conducting due diligence on third parties, and that risk management measures are implemented and monitored. Program Monitoring: Actively monitor compliance program to identify gaps/exceptions/weaknesses and work with the Vice President on corrective action plans and recommendations to enhance effectiveness. Compliance Systems: Support the use of third party compliance resources and systems, such as compliance training, hotline/case management system, and third party due diligence system.

The candidate must have J.D. and 5+ years of experience in ethics and compliance or related function. Knowledge and understanding of applicable ethics and compliance requirements, compliance risk management practices and methodologies, and compliance program best practices and substantive legal issues is needed. Knowledge and experience in implementing training and communications processes and programs; strong project management skills is necessary. Experience with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, U.K. Bribery Act, and other anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws/issues is essential. Experience in conducting or participating investigations is required. Admission in good standing to the Bar of the State of New York is critical. Should be IT savvy and highly proficient in Microsoft Office, especially PowerPoint and Excel. Possesses an ability to quickly learn new technology. Foreign language skills are desired. Beauty or consumer goods industry experience is preferred. International experience is beneficial.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Senior Legal Counsel, Compliance

San Francisco CA Senior Legal Counsel, Compliance The candidate will provide responsibilities include: Proactively assess evolving compliance requirements - such as those relating to consumer protection, marketing, licensing, sales practices, privacy and data security, and employment law - to determine how they apply to firms business and then develop and implement processes and procedures to ensure compliance across the company. Provide actionable, business-minded guidance to business stakeholders related to consumer protection, marketing, licensing, sales practices, privacy and data security, and employment law. Conduct risk assessments to identify and rank current risks, and recommend strategies to mitigate identified gaps and/or take corrective actions to implement solutions to improve controls and operations. Educate and train stakeholders in a simple, easily understood way about compliance issues. Manage the companys local and state level licenses and oversee legal entity formation and management. Provide day-to-day compliance program leadership, including plan development, project execution, progress monitoring, and value realization. Advocate our ethical culture and core values across all departments and markets; demonstrate personal integrity, respect and teamwork in the performance of all job responsibilities. Stay up-to-date on new and evolving regulatory requirements.

The candidate must have 8+ years experience advising companies on U.S. (federal and state) compliance issues; have 2+ years of prior in-house experience is a must. Must have regulatory experience, including engagement experiences and relationships with applicable consumer protection and privacy regulatory bodies. Must have comfort working in ambiguous or outdated areas of law, as well as experience learning new areas of law and regulation in a variety of jurisdictions. Knowledge of privacy or cyber security-related regulations such as the GLBA, FCRA, CCPA; CIPP-US is a plus. Must have demonstrated ability to lead projects with cross-functional stakeholders. Must have program or project management training or experience; solid understanding of compliance and project management practices, tools and methodologies. Must have excellent critical thinking and analytical skills, with strong ability to translate concepts into clear steps and communicate them to stakeholders. Must be highly motivated, with the drive to work independently, plan and accomplish goals, manage and prioritize projects with deadlines, and ability to thrive in a fast paced, changing environment. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar.
Legal 2 - 8 Full-time 2019-06-24

Senior Corporate Counsel

Charleston SC Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate provide advice on applicable privacy laws, including HIPAA, GLBA, GDPR, CCPA, FRE and applicable state laws. Review, advise and negotiate as applicable - NDAs, BAAs, DPAs, and other documents or clauses related to protection of confidential and personally identifiable information. Analyze and interpret proposed laws and regulations impacting business units and assist in devising compliance methods that meet business goals and objectives. Support our Data Assurance and Security Office. Oversee record retention requirements and offer guidance to corporate record owners concerning data and record retention. Coordinate litigation holds and discovery related to litigation. Review and analyze new products and services, including online and mobile applications, for compliance with applicable privacy laws. Advise and influence executives and other associates regarding the impact of federal and state privacy and data security statutes and regulations. Review and negotiate client and procurement agreements. Representing the company in administrative hearings. Reviewing and drafting company policies. Providing research, legal analysis, counsel, and guidance. Assisting with projects as requested. Must have Admission to bar in any state in US, with ability and qualifications to register under SC Rule 405 as in-house counsel; or admission to SC Bar. Prior in-house experience is preferred. Must have knowledge of State and federal laws, rules, and regulations relating to data privacy and security. Should have 5+ years of privacy law experience including experience with technology related transactions. Experience with legal issues involving technology, insurance, employee benefits, individual consumer rights and litigation management is preferred. JD degree required. MBA is a plus. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Assistant General Counsel - Global Intellectual Property

Waltham MA Assistant General Counsel - Global Intellectual Property RESPONSIBILITIES: Direct, maintain, manage and protect the intellectual property portfolio of Fresenius Medical Care while ensuring compliance with company policies and procedures and applicable government regulations. Responsible for all items and functions pertinent to: Preparation of 10-12 Patent applications or equivalents per year, focusing on integrated care, business methods, and methods of treatment Non-infringement and freedom to operate opinions as directed Intellectual Property licenses and other IP related agreements as required Coordinate closely with product research and development personnel and facilities in all subsidiaries and with patent department(s) at related foreign affiliates to ensure the appropriate documentation, processes and procedures are followed. Review intellectual property portfolios of competitors and develop intellectual property strategies to maximize and protect the Companys competitive position. Supervise and direct the work activities of law department personnel employed to assist in the above legal duties and responsibilities.

Qualifications: Technical degree ? at least a bachelor's in Mechanical or Electrical engineering, and advanced technical study preferred. JD Degree, member of a state bar, member of US patent bar (Registered at US Patent and Trademark office). 2 - 5 years' related experience, with outside-the-box thinking on patentable subject matter. Knowledge of applicable regulations, executive orders, precedents, and legal codes. Excellent communication skills ? verbal and written ? must be articulate. Proven track record of ability to work independently.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2019-06-24

Corporate Counsel

Boston MA Corporate Counsel Duties: Take a lead role in contract drafting, review and negotiation across the organization, including NDAs and Services Agreements, with a focus on SAAS, licensing, advertising and partnership agreements. Support a wide array of marketing and advertising programs across all distribution channels. Support commercial projects and other governance and corporate initiatives. Provide support as needed to all other areas of the Legal Team, such as IP and employment related litigation, real estate, marketing and engineering and international expansion and the development and support of new internal and employee-facing tools. Support alarm industry licensing activity, including validating licensing and regulatory implications of new products, services and expansion into new markets. Support new product development activities, from design, manufacture, and commercial launch. Support trademark, patenting and other IP considerations, with particular attention to connected home and IOT issues and concerns. Support HR & Employment initiatives to develop, enhance and enforce corporate policies, support talent acquisition, and assist with immigration, leave and other regularly-occurring employee relations and life-cycle events.

Qualifications: Admission to a State Bar and able to register as in-house counsel. 5-7 years' experience practicing in a dynamic, fast paced environment, with experience both in an in-house and firm setting strongly preferred. Experience counseling on a wide array of contractual matters and a mastery of negotiating and drafting standard commercial contracts. Preferred Skills/Experience: Experience working in-house. Experience working with consumer products or companies that have substantial e-commerce (direct-to-consumer) and retail distribution models is strongly preferred. Experience supporting internal business units, interfacing directly with functional leads (i.e. CTO), Executive Team and front-line business team members. Experience addressing legal and commercial issues associated with the delivery, performance, maintenance and support of SaaS-based services. Experience supporting products and businesses that are subject to state, federal or industry-specific licensing requirements and other like regulations. Experience working with IoT and connected home products and services and assessing related legal and commercial issues. Experience supporting high-growth technology companies engaged in international expansion. Excellent written, oral, listening, and organizational skills with proven ability to interact effectively with varied business and legal team constituents, including executive team members. Possesses outstanding negotiating skills and high degree of business savvy to facilitate practical, creative and positive outcomes. Ability to work collaboratively on cross functional teams. Ability to work in a fast paced, deadline driven environment. Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously, deal with rapidly changing priorities and work within committed budgets. Possess an intellectual curiosity about our business and desire to grow and develop beyond your comfort zone. Must be willing to stretch into areas that are not core strengths, as needed, to support business. High degree of professional ethics and integrity. Sound judgement and ability to analyze situations and information.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-06-24

Employment Counsel

Cambridge MA Employment Counsel Duties: Handle facets of HR legal support, including counseling and advising HR on investigations, performance management and discipline, leave and disability issues, recruitment and hiring, harassment and discrimination, training, benefits and compensation, affirmative action plans, mergers and acquisitions, contingent workforce issues, restructuring and overall HR compliance. will also handle employment litigation and manage outside counsel, and advise on and anticipate developments in employment law and regulations. Will report to the Vice President, Chief Employment Counsel, of the Company; level commensurate with experience.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school and license to practice law in Massachusetts (or another state, with the ability to gain admission in MA). 10 years of relevant employment law work experience, including in-house and at top tier law-firm. Experience in multicultural environments and exposure to international employment issues preferred. Thorough knowledge of Massachusetts and federal employment and benefits laws, and familiarity with other state employment and benefits laws. Experience with litigating employment disputes, including agency as well as state and federal court cases. Strong interpersonal, decision making and communication skills. Ability to effectively collaborate with and provide strategic counsel to HR, and to work independently.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Corporate Counsel, Real Estate

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel, Real Estate The candidate will work with companys existing real estate attorneys and the Global Real Estate Facilities team to support companys diverse internal businesses to launch and maintain new office real estate facilities worldwide that house global innovations. Will structure, draft and negotiate agreements, solve ambiguous problems, manage outside counsel, and counsel internal business clients on: tenant side sourcing for various facilities, including leasing or purchase agreements (existing facilities, buildings under construction and build-to-suits), subleases, development and entitlements issues, and land use and zoning issues; property management agreements and facility management issues; landlord-side retail leasing and support; construction and other supporting agreements; lease dispute interpretation and solutions; other commercial transactions, ranging from standard contracts to complex, high-dollar-value transactions; and environmental health and safety issues in the corporate environment.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar. Must have 6+ years of legal experience as a real estate attorney (with 3+ years at a law firm). Leasing experience is required (office leasing a plus). In-house experience in a technology or Internet company or real estate company is preferred. Construction, procurement and/or EHS experience is a plus.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Estate Planning And Elder Law Attorney

Greensboro NC Estate Planning And Elder Law Attorney The candidate will spend most of time drafting documents, reviewing asset reports and funding materials, reviewing VA and Medicaid benefits applications and working in estate and trust administration. Will also conduct client signing meetings and may assist with client design appointments. Must have a JD degree and an active NC license. LLM in taxation preferred. Should have 1-3 years of experience in estate planning or elder law will be considered with related tax experience helpful. Exceptional research, writing and proofreading skills are necessary, along with excellent verbal communication skills and follow through abilities in order to work on multiple client files at once and within a prescribed amount of time with the ability to meet deadlines. Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2019-06-24
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Assistant Counsel
In-House,Confidential
Location : Philadelphia Pennsylvania United States

Summary / Objective: Manage, coordinate and implement a broad range of projects and programs in direct support of Legal Affairs. Serve as Assistant Counsel in Legal Affairs Department, reporting to General Counsel / Vice President, Legal Affairs. ... + read more

jun 24, 2019


Assistant General Counsel, Corporate
In-House,PROS Holdings, Inc
Location : Houston Texas United States

Assistant General Counsel, Corporate Based in Houston, Texas, this position has responsibility for PROS day-to-day corporate legal work, developing best practices related to corporate governance, alliances and procurement, and leading strategic ... + read more

jun 20, 2019


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Senior Counsel, Securities
Refer job# XCUG144682
 
Senior Counsel, Securities Duties: Ensure compliance with federal securities laws and Nasdaq listing requirements. Review annual and quarterly SEC filings prepared by Companys external reporting team. Draft/review other SEC filings (proxy statements, Forms 8-K, Section 16 filings, registration statements, conflict minerals report). Supervise annual shareholder meetings and facilitating the relationship between the organization and its shareholders. Review earnings releases and other investor materials prepared by Companys investor relations team. Prepare materials for, and minutes of, Board and Board committee meetings. Oversee scheduling Board and Board committee meetings and assembling and disseminating Board and Board committee materials. Oversee Companys insider trading program. Support general corporate governance (e.g., advising with respect to Delaware corporate law, charter and bylaw provisions, independence and related party transactions matters, and Board committee charters). Support transactional matters (e.g., acquisitions and/or debt-related work). Support Companys financial reporting, treasury, investor relations, stock administration and executive compensation teams. Support the office of the Corporate Secretary. Oversee paralegal in his/her management of compliance with corporate law requirements for Company and its domestic subsidiaries.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited law school. Admission to California State Bar or willingness and qualifications to be
 
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In House Counsel/contracts Attorney
Refer job# CEVL144683
 
In House Counsel/Contracts Attorney Duties : Will centralize the contract review process for the ANM operation. Develop, draft, review, approve legal terms and conditions, and negotiate wide variety of agreements: Managed Service Agreements (MSA), State and Education Customer contracts (SLED), employment contracts, non competes, non- disclosure and statements of work. Review of contracts: BroadSoft and FCC Compliance. Analyze contract terms to ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations, industry best practices, and company policies. Support and advise contract negotiations with account teams, clients and outside counsel where appropriate. Advise internal business line and administrative support teams on contract matters, including structuring, negotiation, interpretation, compliance and enforcement, risk assessment, legal and regulatory compliance, and consistency with business/operational requirements. Anticipate internal and external business challenges and provide creative problem-solving solutions to analyze legal and commercial risks while supporting corporate strategy and goals. Business compliance: Ensure ANM is properly registered as employer in each state for payroll and other business purposes and manage renewal of business insurances (liability, workers comp, etc.). Maintain a current working knowledge of new laws, case law trends with respect to contracts and regulatory developments. Providing training to the company on emerging relevant legal topics.

Requirements : The candidate should have Law degree with strong academic credentials from an ABA accredited institution. Should have 7+ years of relevant attorney background in contract law, specifically in drafting and negotiating contracts, either in-house or law firm. Good sense of judgment and practical business mind to balance competing legal and business considerations to advise on practical solution focused and business-oriented results. Strong organizational and time management skills with an ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks while responding to competing deadlines. Should be able to demonstrate strong legal research and written and verbal communication skills, as well as success at working independently and as a collaborative team member with business teams, technology teams, and human resources.
 
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Assistant Counsel I, Compliance
Refer job# CFWR144684
 
Assistant Counsel I, Compliance The candidate will be providing Guidance and Advice: Provide guidance and advice on compliance questions and concerns. Relevant topics include: conflicts of interest, business gifts and entertainment, anti-bribery and anti-corruption and trade and economic sanctions. Training and Communications Initiatives: Develop compliance communications and training materials to promote understanding of compliance risk issues. Develop and track metrics related to these initiatives. Assist with drafting annual updates to firm Code of Conduct, and work with colleagues to launch and ensure completion of web-based acknowledgements and learning requirements. Risk Assessment: Support compliance risk assessments to proactively identify existing and emerging compliance risks. Support the development of the compliance risk management strategy and plan. Policy and Procedure Development and Implementation: Monitor legal developments on a global basis and identify opportunities for compliance-related policies. Draft policies and procedures to ensure consistent and sound practices, and ensure existing policies and procedures are current, effectively implemented and communicated to employees. Due Diligence: Assist with ensuring processes are followed for conducting due diligence on third parties, and that risk management measures are implemented and monitored. Program Monitoring: Actively monitor compliance program to identify gaps/exceptions/weaknesses and work with the Vice President on corrective action plans and recommendations to enhance effectiveness. Compliance Systems: Support the use of third party compliance resources and systems, such as compliance training, hotline/case management system, and third party due diligence system.

The candidate must have J.D. and 5+ years of experience in ethics and compliance or related function. Knowledge and understanding of applicable ethics and compliance requirements, compliance risk management practices and methodologies, and compliance program best practices and substantive legal issues is needed. Knowledge and experience in implementing training and communications processes and programs; strong project management skills is necessary. Experience with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, U.K. Bribery Act, and other anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws/issues is essential. Experience in conducting or participating investigations is required. Admission in good standing to the Bar of the State of New York is critical. Should be IT savvy and highly proficient in Microsoft Office, especially PowerPoint and Excel. Possesses an ability to quickly learn new technology. Foreign language skills are desired. Beauty or consumer goods industry experience is preferred. International experience is beneficial.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Compliance
Refer job# QCEH144685
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Compliance The candidate will provide responsibilities include: Proactively assess evolving compliance requirements - such as those relating to consumer protection, marketing, licensing, sales practices, privacy and data security, and employment law - to determine how they apply to firms business and then develop and implement processes and procedures to ensure compliance across the company. Provide actionable, business-minded guidance to business stakeholders related to consumer protection, marketing, licensing, sales practices, privacy and data security, and employment law. Conduct risk assessments to identify and rank current risks, and recommend strategies to mitigate identified gaps and/or take corrective actions to implement solutions to improve controls and operations. Educate and train stakeholders in a simple, easily understood way about compliance issues. Manage the companys local and state level licenses and oversee legal entity formation and management. Provide day-to-day compliance program leadership, including plan development, project execution, progress monitoring, and value realization. Advocate our ethical culture and core values across all departments and markets; demonstrate personal integrity, respect and teamwork in the performance of all job responsibilities. Stay up-to-date on new and evolving regulatory requirements.

The candidate must have 8+ years experience advising companies on U.S. (federal and state) compliance issues; have 2+ years of prior in-house experience is a must. Must have regulatory experience, including engagement experiences and relationships with applicable consumer protection and privacy regulatory bodies. Must have comfort working in ambiguous or outdated areas of law, as well as experience learning new areas of law and regulation in a variety of jurisdictions. Knowledge of privacy or cyber security-related regulations such as the GLBA, FCRA, CCPA; CIPP-US is a plus. Must have demonstrated ability to lead projects with cross-functional stakeholders. Must have program or project management training or experience; solid understanding of compliance and project management practices, tools and methodologies. Must have excellent critical thinking and analytical skills, with strong ability to translate concepts into clear steps and communicate them to stakeholders. Must be highly motivated, with the drive to work independently, plan and accomplish goals, manage and prioritize projects with deadlines, and ability to thrive in a fast paced, changing environment. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JWFD144686
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate provide advice on applicable privacy laws, including HIPAA, GLBA, GDPR, CCPA, FRE and applicable state laws. Review, advise and negotiate as applicable - NDAs, BAAs, DPAs, and other documents or clauses related to protection of confidential and personally identifiable information. Analyze and interpret proposed laws and regulations impacting business units and assist in devising compliance methods that meet business goals and objectives. Support our Data Assurance and Security Office. Oversee record retention requirements and offer guidance to corporate record owners concerning data and record retention. Coordinate litigation holds and discovery related to litigation. Review and analyze new products and services, including online and mobile applications, for compliance with applicable privacy laws. Advise and influence executives and other associates regarding the impact of federal and state privacy and data security statutes and regulations. Review and negotiate client and procurement agreements. Representing the company in administrative hearings. Reviewing and drafting company policies. Providing research, legal analysis, counsel, and guidance. Assisting with projects as requested. Must have Admission to bar in any state in US, with ability and qualifications to register under SC Rule 405 as in-house counsel; or admission to SC Bar. Prior in-house experience is preferred. Must have knowledge of State and federal laws, rules, and regulations relating to data privacy and security. Should have 5+ years of privacy law experience including experience with technology related transactions. Experience with legal issues involving technology, insurance, employee benefits, individual consumer rights and litigation management is preferred. JD degree required. MBA is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel - Global Intellectual Property
Refer job# KCNX144688
 
Assistant General Counsel - Global Intellectual Property RESPONSIBILITIES: Direct, maintain, manage and protect the intellectual property portfolio of Fresenius Medical Care while ensuring compliance with company policies and procedures and applicable government regulations. Responsible for all items and functions pertinent to: Preparation of 10-12 Patent applications or equivalents per year, focusing on integrated care, business methods, and methods of treatment Non-infringement and freedom to operate opinions as directed Intellectual Property licenses and other IP related agreements as required Coordinate closely with product research and development personnel and facilities in all subsidiaries and with patent department(s) at related foreign affiliates to ensure the appropriate documentation, processes and procedures are followed. Review intellectual property portfolios of competitors and develop intellectual property strategies to maximize and protect the Companys competitive position. Supervise and direct the work activities of law department personnel employed to assist in the above legal duties and responsibilities.

Qualifications: Technical degree ? at least a bachelor's in Mechanical or Electrical engineering, and advanced technical study preferred. JD Degree, member of a state bar, member of US patent bar (Registered at US Patent and Trademark office). 2 - 5 years' related experience, with outside-the-box thinking on patentable subject matter. Knowledge of applicable regulations, executive orders, precedents, and legal codes. Excellent communication skills ? verbal and written ? must be articulate. Proven track record of ability to work independently.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YKEV144689
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Take a lead role in contract drafting, review and negotiation across the organization, including NDAs and Services Agreements, with a focus on SAAS, licensing, advertising and partnership agreements. Support a wide array of marketing and advertising programs across all distribution channels. Support commercial projects and other governance and corporate initiatives. Provide support as needed to all other areas of the Legal Team, such as IP and employment related litigation, real estate, marketing and engineering and international expansion and the development and support of new internal and employee-facing tools. Support alarm industry licensing activity, including validating licensing and regulatory implications of new products, services and expansion into new markets. Support new product development activities, from design, manufacture, and commercial launch. Support trademark, patenting and other IP considerations, with particular attention to connected home and IOT issues and concerns. Support HR & Employment initiatives to develop, enhance and enforce corporate policies, support talent acquisition, and assist with immigration, leave and other regularly-occurring employee relations and life-cycle events.

Qualifications: Admission to a State Bar and able to register as in-house counsel. 5-7 years' experience practicing in a dynamic, fast paced environment, with experience both in an in-house and firm setting strongly preferred. Experience counseling on a wide array of contractual matters and a mastery of negotiating and drafting standard commercial contracts. Preferred Skills/Experience: Experience working in-house. Experience working with consumer products or companies that have substantial e-commerce (direct-to-consumer) and retail distribution models is strongly preferred. Experience supporting internal business units, interfacing directly with functional leads (i.e. CTO), Executive Team and front-line business team members. Experience addressing legal and commercial issues associated with the delivery, performance, maintenance and support of SaaS-based services. Experience supporting products and businesses that are subject to state, federal or industry-specific licensing requirements and other like regulations. Experience working with IoT and connected home products and services and assessing related legal and commercial issues. Experience supporting high-growth technology companies engaged in international expansion. Excellent written, oral, listening, and organizational skills with proven ability to interact effectively with varied business and legal team constituents, including executive team members. Possesses outstanding negotiating skills and high degree of business savvy to facilitate practical, creative and positive outcomes. Ability to work collaboratively on cross functional teams. Ability to work in a fast paced, deadline driven environment. Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously, deal with rapidly changing priorities and work within committed budgets. Possess an intellectual curiosity about our business and desire to grow and develop beyond your comfort zone. Must be willing to stretch into areas that are not core strengths, as needed, to support business. High degree of professional ethics and integrity. Sound judgement and ability to analyze situations and information.
 
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Employment Counsel
Refer job# NZCP144690
 
Employment Counsel Duties: Handle facets of HR legal support, including counseling and advising HR on investigations, performance management and discipline, leave and disability issues, recruitment and hiring, harassment and discrimination, training, benefits and compensation, affirmative action plans, mergers and acquisitions, contingent workforce issues, restructuring and overall HR compliance. will also handle employment litigation and manage outside counsel, and advise on and anticipate developments in employment law and regulations. Will report to the Vice President, Chief Employment Counsel, of the Company; level commensurate with experience.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school and license to practice law in Massachusetts (or another state, with the ability to gain admission in MA). 10 years of relevant employment law work experience, including in-house and at top tier law-firm. Experience in multicultural environments and exposure to international employment issues preferred. Thorough knowledge of Massachusetts and federal employment and benefits laws, and familiarity with other state employment and benefits laws. Experience with litigating employment disputes, including agency as well as state and federal court cases. Strong interpersonal, decision making and communication skills. Ability to effectively collaborate with and provide strategic counsel to HR, and to work independently.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# EXAG144691
 
Corporate Counsel, Real Estate The candidate will work with companys existing real estate attorneys and the Global Real Estate Facilities team to support companys diverse internal businesses to launch and maintain new office real estate facilities worldwide that house global innovations. Will structure, draft and negotiate agreements, solve ambiguous problems, manage outside counsel, and counsel internal business clients on: tenant side sourcing for various facilities, including leasing or purchase agreements (existing facilities, buildings under construction and build-to-suits), subleases, development and entitlements issues, and land use and zoning issues; property management agreements and facility management issues; landlord-side retail leasing and support; construction and other supporting agreements; lease dispute interpretation and solutions; other commercial transactions, ranging from standard contracts to complex, high-dollar-value transactions; and environmental health and safety issues in the corporate environment.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar. Must have 6+ years of legal experience as a real estate attorney (with 3+ years at a law firm). Leasing experience is required (office leasing a plus). In-house experience in a technology or Internet company or real estate company is preferred. Construction, procurement and/or EHS experience is a plus.
 
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Estate Planning And Elder Law Attorney
Refer job# CXXT144692
 
Estate Planning And Elder Law Attorney The candidate will spend most of time drafting documents, reviewing asset reports and funding materials, reviewing VA and Medicaid benefits applications and working in estate and trust administration. Will also conduct client signing meetings and may assist with client design appointments. Must have a JD degree and an active NC license. LLM in taxation preferred. Should have 1-3 years of experience in estate planning or elder law will be considered with related tax experience helpful. Exceptional research, writing and proofreading skills are necessary, along with excellent verbal communication skills and follow through abilities in order to work on multiple client files at once and within a prescribed amount of time with the ability to meet deadlines.
 
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