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Litigation Attorney

Sacramento CA Litigation Attorney The Candidate will be responsible for close coordination and input from claims specialists. Conduct all phases of litigation including jury trials, motions, and arbitration hearings. Assigned and responsible for more complex and/or higher value cases, and will work on a variety of moderately complex assigned legal projects including matters not in litigation. Our attorneys identify issues with major implications, high liability exposure, special circumstances and/or departure from guidelines. Refer to higher level staff for review and possible assignment of additional resources, and will monitor and analyze existing and emerging laws and regulations affecting insurance operations.

The candidate should have J.D. degree and active admission to practice law in California with 8+ years experience in insurance defense practice and 3 5 years experience running caseload for and leading legal teams preferred. Must have knowledge of personal injury law and procedure and knowledge of general liability insurance coverage and CSAA IG policies. Ability to communicate verbally and in writing in an organized and timely manner. You advocate creatively, persuasively and effectively. Computer skills, MS office, online research tools such as Lexis. Knowledge of medical-legal issues pertaining to tort law. Knowledge and understanding of legal ethics.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-09

Corporate Counsel

Duncan SC Corporate Counsel The candidate provides legal services to America Fujikura Ltd. ( ) and its subsidiaries. Focuses on particular legal areas and specific matters assigned by the Vice President and General Counsel, to whom this position reports. Collaborates regularly with others ons Legal and Compliance teams and must live the Core Values of Customers First and Integrity in all interactions with internal clients and those outside the company with whom the individual interacts. Assist Vice President and General Counsel on all legal matters. Provide legal advice to internal clients across the global organization. Draft, review and negotiate leases/ manage real estate portfolio. Draft, review and negotiate contracts of all kinds/ oversee contract management system. Assist in managing outside counsel and minimizing legal spend. Act as subject matter expert on worldwide data privacy matters/ manage data privacy system. Manage all licensing requirements and the database of licenses necessary for services business operations. Provide legal support to the companys merger and acquisition activities, including assistance in drafting agreements and performing due diligence. Collaborate with Environment, Health and Safety personnel to manage risk and comply with regulations. Collaborate with insurers and outside counsel to streamline representation, domestic and international. Should have J.D and license to practice law required (South Carolina preferred). Must have 5 years experience in a large firm or corporate legal department. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-09

Senior Employment Counsel

New York City NY Senior Employment Counsel The candidate will provide counsel on high-level employee relations issues, such as hiring, progressive discipline and other disciplinary actions, including terminations, wage and hour compliance, leaves of absence, reasonable accommodations, employee benefits, non-compete, non-solicitation agreements, and other employment-related contracts. Prepare responses to state and federal administrative charges of discrimination, including conducting witness interviews, gathering documents and drafting position statements and responses to document requests. Oversee and coordinate internal investigations process and protocols, coordinating with Human Resources and other internal and external resources; provide legal guidance and training on internal investigations; assist generally with oversight and administration of our ethics and compliance program. Review and provide guidance on employment-related policies and procedures. Prepare and negotiate severance/separation agreements. Provide employment legal training to Human Resources and others. Respond to employment-related subpoenas and other requests for information from third-parties. Manage and oversee outside counsel in employment-related litigations, including managing outside counsel costs and fees and advising certain members of the companys leadership on strategy and mitigation of risks. Work collaboratively with other in-house counsel as needed on other matters, including non-employment matters. Must have 7+ years of legal experience in labor and employment law. Must have JD required. Knowledge of California employment laws is a plus. Member of the New York Bar preferred. Experience working in a corporate Legal department preferred. The ability to work as an impactful partner by giving practical, reasoned, and balanced legal advice are required. Sound and practical business judgment, intellectual creativity are required. Strong analytical, writing and strong communication/presentation skills, including drafting, negotiating, general counseling and influencing. Eligible for benefits as of date of hire (health, dental, vision, life and other voluntary programs). Company sponsored Life insurance, AD&D and Disability benefits with option to buy up are required. Wellness incentive programs are essential. Commuter, Health Reimbursement (HRA) and Flexible Spending (FSA) accounts. Family Care (back-up child and elder care) benefit Programs are required. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-09

Counsel - Privacy

Chicago IL Counsel - Privacy The candidate will have key and primary responsibility for providing legal advice and counsel on all aspects of Company customer and employee data privacy program. Will provide leadership and legal expertise on data privacy issues and privacy compliance matters; conduct risk assessments; provide counsel to business leaders and other members of the Legal Department; and identify and contribute to the resolution of privacy related legal issues with a broad and complex range of risk exposure. Will report to the Deputy General Counsel - Global Compliance, Ethics and Investigations and will work collaboratively with other members of Compliance and Ethics and Legal teams, as well as a wide variety of business partners. Broad responsibility and accountability for drafting, negotiating and advising the business on the privacy and data protection aspects of contracts that involve personal data. Analyze new and current laws and regulations and advise the business on privacy and data protection obligations. Work closely with cross-functional teams, including senior management, to provide privacy strategy and guidance to support operations and new initiatives that involve personal data. Conduct and/or support privacy related investigations, incident response and breach notification. Maintain privacy-related policies and internal and external privacy notices. Conduct risk assessments and develop work plans to address identified risks and guide the continued improvement of Company global privacy program. Manage and direct outside counsel as necessary with respect to privacy and data protection matters. Develop and provide privacy training to relevant employee groups. Serve as subject matter expert in the development of company regulatory strategy and data governance strategy. Track and respond to requests and concerns from individuals about their personal data. J.D. is required. Membership in good standing in a state Bar is required. Should have 5+ years relevant experience designing and implementing comprehensive global privacy programs, processes and procedures. In-house, government or large firm private practices experience is required. Deep understanding of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other state, federal, and international privacy and data protection laws and regulations is required. Experience providing privacy counsel to consumer-facing business with large employee population is required. Extensive experience in evaluating and responding to data incidents is required. Extensive experience evolving global privacy programs and appropriately tailoring strategies and policies to fit business needs and risks is required. Airline experience is preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-09

Assistant General Counsel - Privacy & Information Protection

New York City NY Assistant General Counsel - Privacy & Information Protection Responsibilities: Accountable for advising on and enhancing the firms evolving privacy, confidentiality, and information protection compliance strategy as well as driving awareness, which may include developing and delivering training. Provide advice to client service delivery and business process group teams on privacy, confidentiality and information security implications for new tools, products and features, and review the collection, use and transfer of confidential and personal data. Analyze the potential business impact of proposed changes to U.S. and foreign information privacy and protection/security laws and regulations, and advise client service delivery and business process group teams accordingly. Draft privacy policies and notices (and same for confidentiality and information protection), and inform contract provisions relating to privacy, confidentiality and information protection in client and vendor agreements, including technology license agreements. Provide advice on alignment of information and records management with professional standards, laws and internal policies governing confidentiality, privacy and information security.

Qualifications: Should have 6+ years of experience, including some from a leading law firm and preferably with in-house legal department experience as well; experience with public accounting firms subject to professional standards, or other regulated entities is preferred. JD or LLM from an accredited law school, and licensed to practice law in the U.S. Demonstrated collaboration skills, including building strong business partnerships and working within cross-functional teams. Knowledge of and experience analyzing and advising on information protection and security laws and frameworks (e.g., NIST Cybersecurity Framework), U.S. and foreign privacy laws (e.g., GLBA, HIPAA, GDPR, CCPA) and marketing laws (e.g., CAN-SPAM, TCPA). Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) strongly preferred. Knowledge of federal contracting and security requirements a plus (FAR, DFARS, NIST 800-171); fluent in Spanish or Portuguese is preferred.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-09

Assistant General Counsel - Privacy & Information Protection

Washington DC Assistant General Counsel - Privacy & Information Protection Responsibilities: Accountable for advising on and enhancing the firms evolving privacy, confidentiality, and information protection compliance strategy as well as driving awareness, which may include developing and delivering training. Provide advice to client service delivery and business process group teams on privacy, confidentiality and information security implications for new tools, products and features, and review the collection, use and transfer of confidential and personal data. Analyze the potential business impact of proposed changes to U.S. and foreign information privacy and protection/security laws and regulations, and advise client service delivery and business process group teams accordingly. Draft privacy policies and notices (and same for confidentiality and information protection), and inform contract provisions relating to privacy, confidentiality and information protection in client and vendor agreements, including technology license agreements. Provide advice on alignment of information and records management with professional standards, laws and internal policies governing confidentiality, privacy and information security.

Qualifications: Should have 6+ years of experience, including some from a leading law firm and preferably with in-house legal department experience as well; experience with public accounting firms subject to professional standards, or other regulated entities is preferred. JD or LLM from an accredited law school, and licensed to practice law in the U.S. Demonstrated collaboration skills, including building strong business partnerships and working within cross-functional teams. Knowledge of and experience analyzing and advising on information protection and security laws and frameworks (e.g., NIST Cybersecurity Framework), U.S. and foreign privacy laws (e.g., GLBA, HIPAA, GDPR, CCPA) and marketing laws (e.g., CAN-SPAM, TCPA). Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) strongly preferred. Knowledge of federal contracting and security requirements a plus (FAR, DFARS, NIST 800-171); fluent in Spanish or Portuguese is preferred.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-09

Assistant General Counsel - Corporate Transactions & Governance

New York City NY Assistant General Counsel - Corporate Transactions & Governance Responsibilities: Advise and execute on private company mergers and acquisitions and other strategic initiatives, including strategic alliances, joint ventures, financings, corporate and partnership governance, and similar transactions and matters. Review and negotiate strategic transactions, including negotiation and review of all definitive deal documents. Conduct and oversee due diligence in strategic transactions. Partner with other cross-functional teams throughout the firm (e.g., risk management, privacy, compliance, information security, and technology). Oversee and coordinate relevant legal matters handled by outside counsel.

Qualifications: Minimum seven years of general corporate experience with a leading law firm and/or in house with a sizable in-house legal department; experience with public accounting firms or other regulated entities is preferred. J.D. or LL.M. from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in New York. Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines with consistently high-quality work product in a fast-paced environment. Client-service orientation with the ability to create effective working relationships cross-functionally, including interfacing with internal and external stakeholders on legal and business matters. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; fluent in Spanish or Portuguese is preferred.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-09

Senior Counsel: Corporate And M&a

Norwalk CT Senior Counsel: Corporate And M&A The candidate will report to the Associate General Counsel - M&A and Strategic Transactions, while also working closely with the Associate General Counsel & Corporate Secretary and the Executive Vice President & General Counsel. Support the Companys efforts on strategic corporate transactions, including all M&A activity and financings, and lead certain workstreams related thereto. Lead the Companys efforts, and manage outside counsel, with respect to drafting, reviewing and negotiating M&A related transaction documents. Lead the Companys efforts, and manage outside counsel, with respect to buy-side and sell-side M&A due diligence. Draft, review and negotiate Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreement. Draft, review and negotiate Indications of Interest and Letters of Intent. Assist in tracking covenant compliance and regulatory filing compliance. Assist in the preparation of, and provide overall legal support for, various SEC filings, including the Annual Proxy Statement, Form 10-K Report, Form 10-Q Reports and Form 8-K Reports. Provide support for Board and Committee meetings, including preparing agendas and drafting resolutions and minutes. Assist with annual shareholder meeting matters. Help maintain accurate corporate records and documentation and provide ongoing administration and data maintenance of both domestic and foreign subsidiaries. Assist in supporting the Corporate Secretary function. Should have BA/BS and JD with excellent law school credentials. Licensed to practice law in New York or Connecticut or be eligible for licensure as a registered in-house counsel in CT. 4 - 6 years of experience doing M&A transactional work at an elite law firm and/or in-house. At least 3 years law-firm training at an elite law firm. SEC and public company compliance and corporate governance experience also preferred. Experience working with or for technology companies a plus. History of strategic partnering, self-motivation, working independently on projects, meeting aggressive deadlines and juggling multiple matters. Excellent professional ethics, integrity and judgment. Willingness and eagerness to roll up your sleeves and be part of a historic transformation. Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2019-11-09

Corporate Counsel

Mayfield Heights OH Corporate Counsel The candidate will Draft and negotiate a wide variety of agreements, primarily for the Companys North American business operations. Build and maintain positive, collaborative and professional working relationships with other members of the Legal team, the leadership team, and other employees. Analyze legal issues and advise on appropriate legal action to be taken. Manage and develop a strategy to respond to subpoenas and similar requests, and to business disputes. Maintain current knowledge and familiarity with laws and legal trends that impact the Company. Assist with the development of strategies and programs designed to reduce and manage risks to the Company. Assist with other matters as a member of the Trimble Legal team and as assigned by the Division Counsel. Other areas of responsibility may be assigned based on the interests and expertise of the candidate. A Juris Doctorate degree or equivalent from an accredited law school with strong academic credentials. At least 2-3 years working with sales, software/SaaS, and technology contracts. Admitted to practice law in the state in which the Counsel will work, and be in good standing. Superior communication and writing/drafting skills, with a demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and concisely for ones intended audience in a professional manner as a business partner and problem solver. Strong relationship building skills and business judgment. Ability to work both independently and in a team framework. Experience working in an in-house environment. Experience in transportation services is a plus. Ability to demonstrate flexibility and creativity in dealing with novel legal issues and complex transactions in a faced-paced environment. Background and/or experience in data privacy issues is a definite plus. Legal 2 - 3 Full-time 2019-11-09

Senior Counsel, Commercial & Privacy

San Francisco CA Senior Counsel, Commercial and Privacy The candidate will drive several vital legal initiatives, among them contract review and negotiation, privacy and data security, regulatory and compliance issues as well as handling day-to-day matters (employment matters, liaising with outside counsel, etc.). Will review, edit, draft and negotiate commercial contracts such as MSAs, partnership agreements, data vendor agreements, and NDAs. Participate in drafting and maintaining cybersecurity and privacy programs related to FCRA, GLBA, CCPA, etc. Serve as a key member of the legal and compliance team, aiding programmatic management of compliance efforts in line with client and legislative requirements. Update and maintain internal legal and compliance policies as needed and in partnership with finance/compliance/information security. Create standard agreements or other templates to help scale the legal team support of new deals. Maintain website privacy policy and terms of service. Work as primary internal legal contact with the data and product teams to execute on deals. Liaise with outside counsel to assist with the maintenance of general legal infrastructure, including privacy, data protection, compliance, and other legal concerns. Partner with the info-security and engineering teams to ensure compliance with data security standards and norms. Build relationships across departments to serve as trusted legal partner who can help improve processes that lead to business growth.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with at least one State Bar membership, preferably CA. Must have 7-10 years of legal experience, as a transactional/corporate/privacy attorney with at least some time spent working at a startup. Experience in navigating regulatory and privacy frameworks including FCRA, GLBA, and GDPR is required. Strong background and interest in commercial agreements to drive revenue/business growth in FinTech space is needed. Should preferably have prior experience with a startup in the tech or fintech space.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-11-09
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Regulatory Counsel ? Seeds & Biologicals
In-House,Syngenta Corporation
Location : Durham, NC, United States

Regulatory Counsel ? Seeds & Biologicals Duties: Provide regulatory legal support to the seeds and biologicals businesses, including both strategic guidance and day-to-day compliance with applicable laws and company policy. Partner with the busines... + read more

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Contracts Administration Counsel
In-House,Cypress Energy
Location : Tulsa, OK, United States

Contracts Administration Counsel The candidate will review, negotiate, draft, and manage compliance with commercial contracts. Will ensure consistency of contract terms with company?s policies and goals. Maintain business focus that balances the nee... + read more

nov 08, 2019


Counsel- Wealth Management
In-House,THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON CORPORATION
Location : Boston, MA, United States

Counsel- Wealth Management The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree or equivalent with license to practice in at least one state. Must have 5+ years of relevant experience in the area of trusts and estates including sophisticated drafting a... + read more

nov 08, 2019


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Litigation Attorney
Refer job# CACZ146892
 
Litigation Attorney The Candidate will be responsible for close coordination and input from claims specialists. Conduct all phases of litigation including jury trials, motions, and arbitration hearings. Assigned and responsible for more complex and/or higher value cases, and will work on a variety of moderately complex assigned legal projects including matters not in litigation. Our attorneys identify issues with major implications, high liability exposure, special circumstances and/or departure from guidelines. Refer to higher level staff for review and possible assignment of additional resources, and will monitor and analyze existing and emerging laws and regulations affecting insurance operations.

The candidate should have J.D. degree and active admission to practice law in California with 8+ years experience in insurance defense practice and 3 5 years experience running caseload for and leading legal teams preferred. Must have knowledge of personal injury law and procedure and knowledge of general liability insurance coverage and CSAA IG policies. Ability to communicate verbally and in writing in an organized and timely manner. You advocate creatively, persuasively and effectively. Computer skills, MS office, online research tools such as Lexis. Knowledge of medical-legal issues pertaining to tort law. Knowledge and understanding of legal ethics.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NIFY146893
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate provides legal services to America Fujikura Ltd. ( ) and its subsidiaries. Focuses on particular legal areas and specific matters assigned by the Vice President and General Counsel, to whom this position reports. Collaborates regularly with others ons Legal and Compliance teams and must live the Core Values of Customers First and Integrity in all interactions with internal clients and those outside the company with whom the individual interacts. Assist Vice President and General Counsel on all legal matters. Provide legal advice to internal clients across the global organization. Draft, review and negotiate leases/ manage real estate portfolio. Draft, review and negotiate contracts of all kinds/ oversee contract management system. Assist in managing outside counsel and minimizing legal spend. Act as subject matter expert on worldwide data privacy matters/ manage data privacy system. Manage all licensing requirements and the database of licenses necessary for services business operations. Provide legal support to the companys merger and acquisition activities, including assistance in drafting agreements and performing due diligence. Collaborate with Environment, Health and Safety personnel to manage risk and comply with regulations. Collaborate with insurers and outside counsel to streamline representation, domestic and international. Should have J.D and license to practice law required (South Carolina preferred). Must have 5 years experience in a large firm or corporate legal department.
 
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Senior Employment Counsel
Refer job# HTQT146894
 
Senior Employment Counsel The candidate will provide counsel on high-level employee relations issues, such as hiring, progressive discipline and other disciplinary actions, including terminations, wage and hour compliance, leaves of absence, reasonable accommodations, employee benefits, non-compete, non-solicitation agreements, and other employment-related contracts. Prepare responses to state and federal administrative charges of discrimination, including conducting witness interviews, gathering documents and drafting position statements and responses to document requests. Oversee and coordinate internal investigations process and protocols, coordinating with Human Resources and other internal and external resources; provide legal guidance and training on internal investigations; assist generally with oversight and administration of our ethics and compliance program. Review and provide guidance on employment-related policies and procedures. Prepare and negotiate severance/separation agreements. Provide employment legal training to Human Resources and others. Respond to employment-related subpoenas and other requests for information from third-parties. Manage and oversee outside counsel in employment-related litigations, including managing outside counsel costs and fees and advising certain members of the companys leadership on strategy and mitigation of risks. Work collaboratively with other in-house counsel as needed on other matters, including non-employment matters. Must have 7+ years of legal experience in labor and employment law. Must have JD required. Knowledge of California employment laws is a plus. Member of the New York Bar preferred. Experience working in a corporate Legal department preferred. The ability to work as an impactful partner by giving practical, reasoned, and balanced legal advice are required. Sound and practical business judgment, intellectual creativity are required. Strong analytical, writing and strong communication/presentation skills, including drafting, negotiating, general counseling and influencing. Eligible for benefits as of date of hire (health, dental, vision, life and other voluntary programs). Company sponsored Life insurance, AD&D and Disability benefits with option to buy up are required. Wellness incentive programs are essential. Commuter, Health Reimbursement (HRA) and Flexible Spending (FSA) accounts. Family Care (back-up child and elder care) benefit Programs are required.
 
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Counsel - Privacy
Refer job# PAJT146895
 
Counsel - Privacy The candidate will have key and primary responsibility for providing legal advice and counsel on all aspects of Company customer and employee data privacy program. Will provide leadership and legal expertise on data privacy issues and privacy compliance matters; conduct risk assessments; provide counsel to business leaders and other members of the Legal Department; and identify and contribute to the resolution of privacy related legal issues with a broad and complex range of risk exposure. Will report to the Deputy General Counsel - Global Compliance, Ethics and Investigations and will work collaboratively with other members of Compliance and Ethics and Legal teams, as well as a wide variety of business partners. Broad responsibility and accountability for drafting, negotiating and advising the business on the privacy and data protection aspects of contracts that involve personal data. Analyze new and current laws and regulations and advise the business on privacy and data protection obligations. Work closely with cross-functional teams, including senior management, to provide privacy strategy and guidance to support operations and new initiatives that involve personal data. Conduct and/or support privacy related investigations, incident response and breach notification. Maintain privacy-related policies and internal and external privacy notices. Conduct risk assessments and develop work plans to address identified risks and guide the continued improvement of Company global privacy program. Manage and direct outside counsel as necessary with respect to privacy and data protection matters. Develop and provide privacy training to relevant employee groups. Serve as subject matter expert in the development of company regulatory strategy and data governance strategy. Track and respond to requests and concerns from individuals about their personal data. J.D. is required. Membership in good standing in a state Bar is required. Should have 5+ years relevant experience designing and implementing comprehensive global privacy programs, processes and procedures. In-house, government or large firm private practices experience is required. Deep understanding of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other state, federal, and international privacy and data protection laws and regulations is required. Experience providing privacy counsel to consumer-facing business with large employee population is required. Extensive experience in evaluating and responding to data incidents is required. Extensive experience evolving global privacy programs and appropriately tailoring strategies and policies to fit business needs and risks is required. Airline experience is preferred.
 
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Assistant General Counsel - Privacy & Information Protection
Refer job# RWUS146896
 
Assistant General Counsel - Privacy & Information Protection Responsibilities: Accountable for advising on and enhancing the firms evolving privacy, confidentiality, and information protection compliance strategy as well as driving awareness, which may include developing and delivering training. Provide advice to client service delivery and business process group teams on privacy, confidentiality and information security implications for new tools, products and features, and review the collection, use and transfer of confidential and personal data. Analyze the potential business impact of proposed changes to U.S. and foreign information privacy and protection/security laws and regulations, and advise client service delivery and business process group teams accordingly. Draft privacy policies and notices (and same for confidentiality and information protection), and inform contract provisions relating to privacy, confidentiality and information protection in client and vendor agreements, including technology license agreements. Provide advice on alignment of information and records management with professional standards, laws and internal policies governing confidentiality, privacy and information security.

Qualifications: Should have 6+ years of experience, including some from a leading law firm and preferably with in-house legal department experience as well; experience with public accounting firms subject to professional standards, or other regulated entities is preferred. JD or LLM from an accredited law school, and licensed to practice law in the U.S. Demonstrated collaboration skills, including building strong business partnerships and working within cross-functional teams. Knowledge of and experience analyzing and advising on information protection and security laws and frameworks (e.g., NIST Cybersecurity Framework), U.S. and foreign privacy laws (e.g., GLBA, HIPAA, GDPR, CCPA) and marketing laws (e.g., CAN-SPAM, TCPA). Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) strongly preferred. Knowledge of federal contracting and security requirements a plus (FAR, DFARS, NIST 800-171); fluent in Spanish or Portuguese is preferred.
 
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Assistant General Counsel - Privacy & Information Protection
Refer job# IFTA146897
 
Assistant General Counsel - Privacy & Information Protection Responsibilities: Accountable for advising on and enhancing the firms evolving privacy, confidentiality, and information protection compliance strategy as well as driving awareness, which may include developing and delivering training. Provide advice to client service delivery and business process group teams on privacy, confidentiality and information security implications for new tools, products and features, and review the collection, use and transfer of confidential and personal data. Analyze the potential business impact of proposed changes to U.S. and foreign information privacy and protection/security laws and regulations, and advise client service delivery and business process group teams accordingly. Draft privacy policies and notices (and same for confidentiality and information protection), and inform contract provisions relating to privacy, confidentiality and information protection in client and vendor agreements, including technology license agreements. Provide advice on alignment of information and records management with professional standards, laws and internal policies governing confidentiality, privacy and information security.

Qualifications: Should have 6+ years of experience, including some from a leading law firm and preferably with in-house legal department experience as well; experience with public accounting firms subject to professional standards, or other regulated entities is preferred. JD or LLM from an accredited law school, and licensed to practice law in the U.S. Demonstrated collaboration skills, including building strong business partnerships and working within cross-functional teams. Knowledge of and experience analyzing and advising on information protection and security laws and frameworks (e.g., NIST Cybersecurity Framework), U.S. and foreign privacy laws (e.g., GLBA, HIPAA, GDPR, CCPA) and marketing laws (e.g., CAN-SPAM, TCPA). Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) strongly preferred. Knowledge of federal contracting and security requirements a plus (FAR, DFARS, NIST 800-171); fluent in Spanish or Portuguese is preferred.
 
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Assistant General Counsel - Corporate Transactions & Governance
Refer job# NXSM146898
 
Assistant General Counsel - Corporate Transactions & Governance Responsibilities: Advise and execute on private company mergers and acquisitions and other strategic initiatives, including strategic alliances, joint ventures, financings, corporate and partnership governance, and similar transactions and matters. Review and negotiate strategic transactions, including negotiation and review of all definitive deal documents. Conduct and oversee due diligence in strategic transactions. Partner with other cross-functional teams throughout the firm (e.g., risk management, privacy, compliance, information security, and technology). Oversee and coordinate relevant legal matters handled by outside counsel.

Qualifications: Minimum seven years of general corporate experience with a leading law firm and/or in house with a sizable in-house legal department; experience with public accounting firms or other regulated entities is preferred. J.D. or LL.M. from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in New York. Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines with consistently high-quality work product in a fast-paced environment. Client-service orientation with the ability to create effective working relationships cross-functionally, including interfacing with internal and external stakeholders on legal and business matters. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; fluent in Spanish or Portuguese is preferred.
 
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Senior Counsel: Corporate And M&a
Refer job# OJIQ146899
 
Senior Counsel: Corporate And M&A The candidate will report to the Associate General Counsel - M&A and Strategic Transactions, while also working closely with the Associate General Counsel & Corporate Secretary and the Executive Vice President & General Counsel. Support the Companys efforts on strategic corporate transactions, including all M&A activity and financings, and lead certain workstreams related thereto. Lead the Companys efforts, and manage outside counsel, with respect to drafting, reviewing and negotiating M&A related transaction documents. Lead the Companys efforts, and manage outside counsel, with respect to buy-side and sell-side M&A due diligence. Draft, review and negotiate Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreement. Draft, review and negotiate Indications of Interest and Letters of Intent. Assist in tracking covenant compliance and regulatory filing compliance. Assist in the preparation of, and provide overall legal support for, various SEC filings, including the Annual Proxy Statement, Form 10-K Report, Form 10-Q Reports and Form 8-K Reports. Provide support for Board and Committee meetings, including preparing agendas and drafting resolutions and minutes. Assist with annual shareholder meeting matters. Help maintain accurate corporate records and documentation and provide ongoing administration and data maintenance of both domestic and foreign subsidiaries. Assist in supporting the Corporate Secretary function. Should have BA/BS and JD with excellent law school credentials. Licensed to practice law in New York or Connecticut or be eligible for licensure as a registered in-house counsel in CT. 4 - 6 years of experience doing M&A transactional work at an elite law firm and/or in-house. At least 3 years law-firm training at an elite law firm. SEC and public company compliance and corporate governance experience also preferred. Experience working with or for technology companies a plus. History of strategic partnering, self-motivation, working independently on projects, meeting aggressive deadlines and juggling multiple matters. Excellent professional ethics, integrity and judgment. Willingness and eagerness to roll up your sleeves and be part of a historic transformation.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KKPX146900
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will Draft and negotiate a wide variety of agreements, primarily for the Companys North American business operations. Build and maintain positive, collaborative and professional working relationships with other members of the Legal team, the leadership team, and other employees. Analyze legal issues and advise on appropriate legal action to be taken. Manage and develop a strategy to respond to subpoenas and similar requests, and to business disputes. Maintain current knowledge and familiarity with laws and legal trends that impact the Company. Assist with the development of strategies and programs designed to reduce and manage risks to the Company. Assist with other matters as a member of the Trimble Legal team and as assigned by the Division Counsel. Other areas of responsibility may be assigned based on the interests and expertise of the candidate. A Juris Doctorate degree or equivalent from an accredited law school with strong academic credentials. At least 2-3 years working with sales, software/SaaS, and technology contracts. Admitted to practice law in the state in which the Counsel will work, and be in good standing. Superior communication and writing/drafting skills, with a demonstrated ability to communicate clearly and concisely for ones intended audience in a professional manner as a business partner and problem solver. Strong relationship building skills and business judgment. Ability to work both independently and in a team framework. Experience working in an in-house environment. Experience in transportation services is a plus. Ability to demonstrate flexibility and creativity in dealing with novel legal issues and complex transactions in a faced-paced environment. Background and/or experience in data privacy issues is a definite plus.
 
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Senior Counsel, Commercial & Privacy
Refer job# SUVA146901
 
Senior Counsel, Commercial and Privacy The candidate will drive several vital legal initiatives, among them contract review and negotiation, privacy and data security, regulatory and compliance issues as well as handling day-to-day matters (employment matters, liaising with outside counsel, etc.). Will review, edit, draft and negotiate commercial contracts such as MSAs, partnership agreements, data vendor agreements, and NDAs. Participate in drafting and maintaining cybersecurity and privacy programs related to FCRA, GLBA, CCPA, etc. Serve as a key member of the legal and compliance team, aiding programmatic management of compliance efforts in line with client and legislative requirements. Update and maintain internal legal and compliance policies as needed and in partnership with finance/compliance/information security. Create standard agreements or other templates to help scale the legal team support of new deals. Maintain website privacy policy and terms of service. Work as primary internal legal contact with the data and product teams to execute on deals. Liaise with outside counsel to assist with the maintenance of general legal infrastructure, including privacy, data protection, compliance, and other legal concerns. Partner with the info-security and engineering teams to ensure compliance with data security standards and norms. Build relationships across departments to serve as trusted legal partner who can help improve processes that lead to business growth.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with at least one State Bar membership, preferably CA. Must have 7-10 years of legal experience, as a transactional/corporate/privacy attorney with at least some time spent working at a startup. Experience in navigating regulatory and privacy frameworks including FCRA, GLBA, and GDPR is required. Strong background and interest in commercial agreements to drive revenue/business growth in FinTech space is needed. Should preferably have prior experience with a startup in the tech or fintech space.
 
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