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Welcome to the job listings section of General Counsel Consulting. We are constantly updating our jobs seven days a week. As a firm dedicated to in-house search and placement, our ability to forge strong relationships with top-rated companies around the world allows us to offer our candidates a breadth of opportunities we believe is unrivaled.
 
We are pleased that your assessment of options has led you to General Counsel Consulting, and we invite you to browse our website to learn more about our firm and the career opportunities we offer. If you would like to be considered for an in-house attorney position, feel free to submit your resume.
 
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Corporate Attorney

Dallas TX Corporate Attorney Duties: Negotiating, writing, and executing agreements and contracts on behalf of the company. Advising on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with different deals. Offering accurate and timely counsel on a variety of legal issues. Advising executives within the company and working alongside other departments within the company to offer advice. Researching and anticipating unique legal issues that could impact the company, combined with ability to synthesize information and consider stake-holder and business needs, in order to formulate recommendations. Issue-spotting, including identifying and analyzing (through hands-on research as well as input from outside and internal counsel) complex legal and business considerations. Assess and help manage risk. Providing training to the company on legal topics. Work with personnel across departments on insurance process and management (workers compensation, property, automobile, general and excess liability, and all other forms of insurance held by the Company). Assist in managing litigation, settling claims, help managing defense activities. Keep current with developments of the law. Review pending and upcoming changes to regulations and laws to ensure the Company is prepared for future compliance requirements. Develop and communicate impact summaries of future changes.

Qualifications: JD Degree required from recognized university. Strong academic record. 1 year of legal experience preferred. Experience in contract review and in providing risk assessments and legal advice to businesses. Admitted and in good standing into State Bar of a State in the United States. Proficiency in the use of MS Office products, such as Word, Excel and Outlook. Sound legal and business judgment. High energy, flexible and able to execute in a fast paced, very diverse environment. Capacity to lead and manage autonomously and as a team member. Ability to work independently. Affects change, when necessary, in collaboration with the management team. Excellent organizational and analytical skills; understands the importance of detail and accuracy. Successfully able to manage and prioritize multiple projects within short time frames. Ability to communicate with strong credibility using excellent written and verbal communication skills. Demonstrates high integrity, honesty and trustworthiness. Sound judgement and ability to analyze situations and information. Skilled at negotiation with customers and vendors. Excellent time management and prioritization skills. Ability to build trust and confidence with all corporate and division employees. Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships within the organizations legal department and across all businesses.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-19

Senior Attorney Real Estate Transactions

Memphis TN Senior Attorney Real Estate Transactions Duties: Drafts, edits, negotiates, manages and advises on a wide variety of real estate transactions and contracts. Advises the Transactions and Development teams on matters related to acquisitions and dispositions of real estate assets (operating or land bank assets). Advises the Transactions, Development and Construction teams throughout the life cycle of the development of new apartment communities. Provides guidance to property and corporate management on contracts, liability and other related matters. Coordinate, assemble and review due diligence in connection with the marketing and sale of properties or financing transactions. Work with brokers, outside counsel, title insurers, surveyors, third party contractors and other in-house personnel to understand due diligence, pursue curative work, and responds to information requests. Assist with day-to-day legal issues related to declarations, reciprocal easement agreements, joint venture agreements, loan documents, commercial leases, utility easements and other agreements. Assists with the management and oversight of property owners associations. Assists with the completion of post-closing obligations after the sale or acquisition of properties. Special projects and other tasks as assigned. Works cross-functionally with teams to mitigate legal risk and to ensure compliance related to real estate transactions and development. Monitors and maintains awareness of laws and regulations governing real estate transactions and development Travels as needed for meetings, training, and/or company events. Performs other related duties as assigned to meet the needs of the business.

Qualifications: JD Degree and admission to the Tennessee Bar Association are required. MBA or other Masters degree preferred. 5-7 years of commercial real estate and transactional or contractual experience required. Legal knowledge and expertise related to real estate transactions and developments, especially contractual terminology, concepts, and requirements. Familiarity with legal issues and regulations relating to multifamily housing. Critical thinking and problem-solving skills applied to complex legal challenges. Executive presence and relationship management skills, including influencing and negotiation, with which to interact with all levels of the organization. Professional and effective verbal and written communication skills, including presentations and advocacy. Accuracy and attention to detail with qualitative and quantitative data Computer skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint). Ability to prioritize, manage multiple tasks and projects, and meet deadlines within a fast-paced environment. Ability to travel overnight for meetings and events. Skill and ability to collaborate within a team as well as operate independently. Ability to maintain confidentiality and maintain appropriate discretion.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-08-19

Real Estate Attorney

Ashburn VA Real Estate Attorney The candidate will handle preparation (when applicable) and review of documents to include but not limited to deeds, title abstract reports, contracts, powers of attorney, trust, foreclosure and estate documents. Will conduct real estate closing transactions. Will prepare or oversee the completion of HUD-1A and related transfer of funds documents for the lender or for a cash closing. Will work closely with the processor and post closer in the office. Will also teach continuing education and real estate related classes and seminars and will participate in drafting and revising continuing education course material. Will consult (within company guidelines) on real estate laws and regulations as it relates to buying or selling real estate. Should be Graduate from an accredited law school. Admitted to the VA State Bar or ability to gain admission. VA title license with an acceptable driving record, satisfactory credit report and criminal background check. Notary public or ability to obtain. Familiarity with Title Express is preferred but not required. Maryland/DC experience a plus.Bilingual preferred. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-19

Real Estate Attorney

Burke VA Real Estate Attorney The candidate will handle preparation (when applicable) and review of documents to include but not limited to deeds, title abstract reports, contracts, powers of attorney, trust, foreclosure and estate documents. Will conduct real estate closing transactions. Will prepare or oversee the completion of HUD-1A and related transfer of funds documents for the lender or for a cash closing. Will work closely with the processor and post closer in the office. Will also teach continuing education and real estate related classes and seminars and will participate in drafting and revising continuing education course material. Will consult (within company guidelines) on real estate laws and regulations as it relates to buying or selling real estate. Should be Graduate from an accredited law school. Admitted to the VA State Bar or ability to gain admission. VA title license with an acceptable driving record, satisfactory credit report and criminal background check. Notary public or ability to obtain. Familiarity with Title Express is preferred but not required. Maryland/DC experience a plus.Bilingual preferred. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-19

Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property

Abbot IL Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: In close collaboration with other IP team members, strategically develop our worldwide patent portfolio, including directing and managing domestic and foreign outside counsel to prepare and prosecute patent applications in a diverse and growing technological field; Participate in the effective management of our external budget, including monthly, quarterly and annual budget reviews, quarterly forecasting, and reviewing outside counsel invoices; Manage invention disclosures, including collecting and screening disclosures, conducting inventor interviews, presenting disclosures at patent committee and Invention Review Board meetings; Conduct due diligence on potential mergers and acquisitions and freedom-to-operate assessments that drive strategic acquisitions and product development; Conduct in-depth analyses of competitor products and IP portfolios; Review outside counsel work to ensure the work, methodology, strategy and costs meets expectations; Collaborate with cross-functional teams and counsel a variety of clients on IP and other legal issues; Interact with and provide legal and strategic guidance to senior management, engineers and other functional organizational leadership; Collaborate with commercial legal counsel, including preparing and reviewing research and development agreements, confidentiality agreements, license agreements, and consulting agreements and counseling the business regarding IP transactional matters; Assist internal and external litigation counsel on IP litigation matters; May supervise exempt or non-exempt employees, and manage employee career counseling, performance evaluation and other issues if required; Conduct employee training sessions on the protection of innovations through the patent process, best practices for maintaining confidential business information, contractor and vendor matters, and the overall development of intellectual property assets; Provide counseling and strategy options on marketing and promotional materials; Occasional domestic or foreign travel.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school and admitted to a US state bar in good standing; USPTO registration in good standing; Strong academic background; BS in engineering or physics; 10+ years' working as a patent attorney and counseling clients on intellectual property issues. Must have experience prosecuting mechanical, electro-mechanical, and software patent applications, conducting agreement review and negotiations, as well as possess significant in-house IP experience, preferably in the medical device industry. Experience handling PTAB/EPO Oppositions and supporting patent litigation a plus; Excellent oral and written communication skills, interpersonal, facilitation, presentation, quantitative, analytical, organizational, and follow-up skills; Strong interpersonal skills and strategic thinking; Ability to understand and comply with applicable FDA regulations and Company operating procedures, processes, policies, and tasks. Preferred: Significant freedom-to-operate or product clearance experience, preferably for medical device products; 5+ years of drafting and prosecuting patent applications in the area of medical devices and/or software and/or managing a medical device IP portfolio; Working knowledge of patent laws in major jurisdictions outside of the US; Government (USPTO or EPO) experience a plus.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-19

Counsel - Litigation Case Oversight and Administration Team - Associate

Columbus OH Counsel - Litigation Case Oversight and Administration Team - Associate Responsibilities: Review and triage of new incoming Legal litigation matters for assignment to in house counsel along with determining the accurate Line of Business to handle the matter. Accurately complete the initial case set up in the litigation matter management system, including drafting a concise summary of the allegations, properly categorizing the case based on the allegations presented, and highlighting issues in the case. Communicate with attorneys and senior management regarding assignment of new cases. Preparation and distribution of reports regarding the accuracy and completeness of the case management data in the matter management system, and correspond with legal professionals concerning the same. Review and analyze matters submitted by the legal professionals for closure in the matter management system, ensuring all fields are updated accurately and in accordance with policies and procedures. Recognition of high risk matters and trends in litigation, and timely escalation to management.

Qualifications: JD Degree or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. 3+ years of legal experience. A litigation background is preferred. Must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment. Strong oral and written communication skills. Analytical, organizational, research, presentation, time management, and project management skills. Excellent attention to detail. Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks and priorities simultaneously. Excel and PowerPoint skills. Spanish Language skills are a plus.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-19

Real Estate Attorney

Stafford VA Real Estate Attorney The candidate will handle preparation (when applicable) and review of documents to include but not limited to deeds, title abstract reports, contracts, powers of attorney, trust, foreclosure and estate documents. Will conduct real estate closing transactions. Will prepare or oversee the completion of HUD-1A and related transfer of funds documents for the lender or for a cash closing. Will work closely with the processor and post closer in the office. Will also teach continuing education and real estate related classes and seminars and will participate in drafting and revising continuing education course material. Will consult (within company guidelines) on real estate laws and regulations as it relates to buying or selling real estate. Should be Graduate from an accredited law school. Admitted to the VA State Bar or ability to gain admission. VA title license with an acceptable driving record, satisfactory credit report and criminal background check. Notary public or ability to obtain. Familiarity with Title Express is preferred but not required. Maryland/DC experience a plus.Bilingual preferred. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-19

Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property

Seattle WA Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property The candidate will manage trademark matters for growing device business, leading an experienced and dynamic team of IP professionals responsible for trademark, copyright, and trade dress issues globally. Responsibilities include direct management of clearance, prosecution, maintenance and enforcement of our growing global trademark portfolio, client counseling, licensing, developing and implementing intellectual property protection policies, and educating and coaching the business on intellectual property matters. Must have 15+ years of expert-level experience with trademark, copyright, and domain name issues, especially those relevant to digital devices, emerging technology and content creators. Must have experience independently managing multiple global trademark portfolios. Must have experience with managing international global disputes, including negotiations to resolve 3P trademark disputes. Must have experience managing multiple disputes before the TTAB. Must have experience managing a team of attorneys and trademark professionals. Must have online and digital brand protection experience. Should have Law degree and membership in good standing in at least one state Bar or foreign equivalent. Experience managing IP due diligence and transfers in large M&A deals is preferred. Fluency in international legal IP policy issues, or involvement in policy organizations (INTA, MARQUES, AIPLA, etc) is desired. Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-18

Compliance Attorney

Moon Township PA Compliance Attorney The candidate support the development and management of an enterprise-wide Compliance Risk Management Program. Design, validate and test control processes to ensure compliance with applicable requirements. Manage risk remediation efforts across all divisions to address identified risks. Create and maintain a matrix of applicable laws, including escrow and title licensing regulations; ensure compliance with the obligations set forth in the matrix through the implementation of systems, procedures and policies. Support the development of a best-in-class vendor audit function and conduct remote and onsite audits of third party vendors; monthly travel will be required. Participate in the monitoring, reviewing and approving process of external publications including, marketing material and website content. Perform File Level Audits to validate SOP Adherence. Monitor laws and regulations related to residential mortgage banking. Provides advice, guidance and insight to Senior Management and staff personnel on emerging compliance issues and consults the company in establishment of controls to mitigate risk. Provides assistance to various departments in the formulation of forms and disclosure documents for compliance with all policies and procedures. Implement any necessary additions or changes to company policies and procedures. Work closely with managers to review and update all policies and procedures at least annually. Perform other projects and special assignments. Must be Graduated from an accredited law school with license to practice law in good standing. Must have 3-5 years of legal and/or compliance related experience (either in house or with a law firm) in the residential mortgage industry. Experience using Westlaw, Lexis-Nexis, All-Regs and other online legal and compliance databases is required. Solid understanding of compliance management systems and best practices is preferred. Must be proficient in MS Office. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-08-17

Counsel (Brand Enforcement and Privacy)

Mason OH Counsel (Brand Enforcement and Privacy) The candidate will investigate and manage cases involving counterfeiting, product diversion, trademark and patent infringement, unauthorized usage of trademarks and copyrighted materials. Manage outside counsel on active cases and review pleadings and correspondence. Assist with managing outside investigators by providing training and guidance on surveys. Conduct high level background checks to support civil and criminal enforcement efforts. Draft cease and desist letters and negotiate successful outcomes for the business. Perform legal research on matters when needed. Counsel and provide support on all privacy and data security related matters managed by the Privacy Office. Advise on the requirements of, and compliance with, federal and state privacy and data security laws. Investigate and respond to data incidents, including preparation of required documentation pursuant to federal and state laws or in response to enforcement actions for alleged data security and privacy violations. Draft privacy policies and procedures for compliance with federal and state laws. Coordinate with outside counsel to advise business on privacy matters. Assist with risk assessments and remediation tasks when appropriate.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate (J.D.) and Bar admission to a U.S. jurisdiction. 2+ years of relevant experience with a private firm or corporate legal department is necessary. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required. Knowledge of basic office tools such as word, power point & excel is critical. Experience in intellectual property litigation is preferred. Experience advising on privacy and data security law and compliance efforts is beneficial.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-17
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In-house Counsel or Intern who loves entertainment law, start-up law & cryptocurrency
In-House,Fanbase Exchange Co.
Location : Philadelphia Pennsylvania United States

Fanbase Exchange Co. is looking to hire an intern or in-house counsel, to work on cutting edge cryptocurrency and blockchain law.  Applicant should have a deep understanding of cryptocurrency, or a thirst for knowledge on the subject, as well as an i... + read more

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In-House,TR Grace, LLC
Location : Manchester New Hampshire United States

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Corporate Attorney
Refer job# XGEC145582
 
Corporate Attorney Duties: Negotiating, writing, and executing agreements and contracts on behalf of the company. Advising on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with different deals. Offering accurate and timely counsel on a variety of legal issues. Advising executives within the company and working alongside other departments within the company to offer advice. Researching and anticipating unique legal issues that could impact the company, combined with ability to synthesize information and consider stake-holder and business needs, in order to formulate recommendations. Issue-spotting, including identifying and analyzing (through hands-on research as well as input from outside and internal counsel) complex legal and business considerations. Assess and help manage risk. Providing training to the company on legal topics. Work with personnel across departments on insurance process and management (workers compensation, property, automobile, general and excess liability, and all other forms of insurance held by the Company). Assist in managing litigation, settling claims, help managing defense activities. Keep current with developments of the law. Review pending and upcoming changes to regulations and laws to ensure the Company is prepared for future compliance requirements. Develop and communicate impact summaries of future changes.

Qualifications: JD Degree required from recognized university. Strong academic record. 1 year of legal experience preferred. Experience in contract review and in providing risk assessments and legal advice to businesses. Admitted and in good standing into State Bar of a State in the United States. Proficiency in the use of MS Office products, such as Word, Excel and Outlook. Sound legal and business judgment. High energy, flexible and able to execute in a fast paced, very diverse environment. Capacity to lead and manage autonomously and as a team member. Ability to work independently. Affects change, when necessary, in collaboration with the management team. Excellent organizational and analytical skills; understands the importance of detail and accuracy. Successfully able to manage and prioritize multiple projects within short time frames. Ability to communicate with strong credibility using excellent written and verbal communication skills. Demonstrates high integrity, honesty and trustworthiness. Sound judgement and ability to analyze situations and information. Skilled at negotiation with customers and vendors. Excellent time management and prioritization skills. Ability to build trust and confidence with all corporate and division employees. Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships within the organizations legal department and across all businesses.
 
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Senior Attorney Real Estate Transactions
Refer job# AOSB145583
 
Senior Attorney Real Estate Transactions Duties: Drafts, edits, negotiates, manages and advises on a wide variety of real estate transactions and contracts. Advises the Transactions and Development teams on matters related to acquisitions and dispositions of real estate assets (operating or land bank assets). Advises the Transactions, Development and Construction teams throughout the life cycle of the development of new apartment communities. Provides guidance to property and corporate management on contracts, liability and other related matters. Coordinate, assemble and review due diligence in connection with the marketing and sale of properties or financing transactions. Work with brokers, outside counsel, title insurers, surveyors, third party contractors and other in-house personnel to understand due diligence, pursue curative work, and responds to information requests. Assist with day-to-day legal issues related to declarations, reciprocal easement agreements, joint venture agreements, loan documents, commercial leases, utility easements and other agreements. Assists with the management and oversight of property owners associations. Assists with the completion of post-closing obligations after the sale or acquisition of properties. Special projects and other tasks as assigned. Works cross-functionally with teams to mitigate legal risk and to ensure compliance related to real estate transactions and development. Monitors and maintains awareness of laws and regulations governing real estate transactions and development Travels as needed for meetings, training, and/or company events. Performs other related duties as assigned to meet the needs of the business.

Qualifications: JD Degree and admission to the Tennessee Bar Association are required. MBA or other Masters degree preferred. 5-7 years of commercial real estate and transactional or contractual experience required. Legal knowledge and expertise related to real estate transactions and developments, especially contractual terminology, concepts, and requirements. Familiarity with legal issues and regulations relating to multifamily housing. Critical thinking and problem-solving skills applied to complex legal challenges. Executive presence and relationship management skills, including influencing and negotiation, with which to interact with all levels of the organization. Professional and effective verbal and written communication skills, including presentations and advocacy. Accuracy and attention to detail with qualitative and quantitative data Computer skills with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint). Ability to prioritize, manage multiple tasks and projects, and meet deadlines within a fast-paced environment. Ability to travel overnight for meetings and events. Skill and ability to collaborate within a team as well as operate independently. Ability to maintain confidentiality and maintain appropriate discretion.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# GBGG145584
 
Real Estate Attorney The candidate will handle preparation (when applicable) and review of documents to include but not limited to deeds, title abstract reports, contracts, powers of attorney, trust, foreclosure and estate documents. Will conduct real estate closing transactions. Will prepare or oversee the completion of HUD-1A and related transfer of funds documents for the lender or for a cash closing. Will work closely with the processor and post closer in the office. Will also teach continuing education and real estate related classes and seminars and will participate in drafting and revising continuing education course material. Will consult (within company guidelines) on real estate laws and regulations as it relates to buying or selling real estate. Should be Graduate from an accredited law school. Admitted to the VA State Bar or ability to gain admission. VA title license with an acceptable driving record, satisfactory credit report and criminal background check. Notary public or ability to obtain. Familiarity with Title Express is preferred but not required. Maryland/DC experience a plus.Bilingual preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# VOQT145585
 
Real Estate Attorney The candidate will handle preparation (when applicable) and review of documents to include but not limited to deeds, title abstract reports, contracts, powers of attorney, trust, foreclosure and estate documents. Will conduct real estate closing transactions. Will prepare or oversee the completion of HUD-1A and related transfer of funds documents for the lender or for a cash closing. Will work closely with the processor and post closer in the office. Will also teach continuing education and real estate related classes and seminars and will participate in drafting and revising continuing education course material. Will consult (within company guidelines) on real estate laws and regulations as it relates to buying or selling real estate. Should be Graduate from an accredited law school. Admitted to the VA State Bar or ability to gain admission. VA title license with an acceptable driving record, satisfactory credit report and criminal background check. Notary public or ability to obtain. Familiarity with Title Express is preferred but not required. Maryland/DC experience a plus.Bilingual preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# JZNL145586
 
Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: In close collaboration with other IP team members, strategically develop our worldwide patent portfolio, including directing and managing domestic and foreign outside counsel to prepare and prosecute patent applications in a diverse and growing technological field; Participate in the effective management of our external budget, including monthly, quarterly and annual budget reviews, quarterly forecasting, and reviewing outside counsel invoices; Manage invention disclosures, including collecting and screening disclosures, conducting inventor interviews, presenting disclosures at patent committee and Invention Review Board meetings; Conduct due diligence on potential mergers and acquisitions and freedom-to-operate assessments that drive strategic acquisitions and product development; Conduct in-depth analyses of competitor products and IP portfolios; Review outside counsel work to ensure the work, methodology, strategy and costs meets expectations; Collaborate with cross-functional teams and counsel a variety of clients on IP and other legal issues; Interact with and provide legal and strategic guidance to senior management, engineers and other functional organizational leadership; Collaborate with commercial legal counsel, including preparing and reviewing research and development agreements, confidentiality agreements, license agreements, and consulting agreements and counseling the business regarding IP transactional matters; Assist internal and external litigation counsel on IP litigation matters; May supervise exempt or non-exempt employees, and manage employee career counseling, performance evaluation and other issues if required; Conduct employee training sessions on the protection of innovations through the patent process, best practices for maintaining confidential business information, contractor and vendor matters, and the overall development of intellectual property assets; Provide counseling and strategy options on marketing and promotional materials; Occasional domestic or foreign travel.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school and admitted to a US state bar in good standing; USPTO registration in good standing; Strong academic background; BS in engineering or physics; 10+ years' working as a patent attorney and counseling clients on intellectual property issues. Must have experience prosecuting mechanical, electro-mechanical, and software patent applications, conducting agreement review and negotiations, as well as possess significant in-house IP experience, preferably in the medical device industry. Experience handling PTAB/EPO Oppositions and supporting patent litigation a plus; Excellent oral and written communication skills, interpersonal, facilitation, presentation, quantitative, analytical, organizational, and follow-up skills; Strong interpersonal skills and strategic thinking; Ability to understand and comply with applicable FDA regulations and Company operating procedures, processes, policies, and tasks. Preferred: Significant freedom-to-operate or product clearance experience, preferably for medical device products; 5+ years of drafting and prosecuting patent applications in the area of medical devices and/or software and/or managing a medical device IP portfolio; Working knowledge of patent laws in major jurisdictions outside of the US; Government (USPTO or EPO) experience a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel - Litigation Case Oversight and Administration Team - Associate
Refer job# YMQV145587
 
Counsel - Litigation Case Oversight and Administration Team - Associate Responsibilities: Review and triage of new incoming Legal litigation matters for assignment to in house counsel along with determining the accurate Line of Business to handle the matter. Accurately complete the initial case set up in the litigation matter management system, including drafting a concise summary of the allegations, properly categorizing the case based on the allegations presented, and highlighting issues in the case. Communicate with attorneys and senior management regarding assignment of new cases. Preparation and distribution of reports regarding the accuracy and completeness of the case management data in the matter management system, and correspond with legal professionals concerning the same. Review and analyze matters submitted by the legal professionals for closure in the matter management system, ensuring all fields are updated accurately and in accordance with policies and procedures. Recognition of high risk matters and trends in litigation, and timely escalation to management.

Qualifications: JD Degree or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. 3+ years of legal experience. A litigation background is preferred. Must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment. Strong oral and written communication skills. Analytical, organizational, research, presentation, time management, and project management skills. Excellent attention to detail. Ability to effectively manage multiple tasks and priorities simultaneously. Excel and PowerPoint skills. Spanish Language skills are a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# EKUZ145588
 
Real Estate Attorney The candidate will handle preparation (when applicable) and review of documents to include but not limited to deeds, title abstract reports, contracts, powers of attorney, trust, foreclosure and estate documents. Will conduct real estate closing transactions. Will prepare or oversee the completion of HUD-1A and related transfer of funds documents for the lender or for a cash closing. Will work closely with the processor and post closer in the office. Will also teach continuing education and real estate related classes and seminars and will participate in drafting and revising continuing education course material. Will consult (within company guidelines) on real estate laws and regulations as it relates to buying or selling real estate. Should be Graduate from an accredited law school. Admitted to the VA State Bar or ability to gain admission. VA title license with an acceptable driving record, satisfactory credit report and criminal background check. Notary public or ability to obtain. Familiarity with Title Express is preferred but not required. Maryland/DC experience a plus.Bilingual preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# KTHC145571
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property The candidate will manage trademark matters for growing device business, leading an experienced and dynamic team of IP professionals responsible for trademark, copyright, and trade dress issues globally. Responsibilities include direct management of clearance, prosecution, maintenance and enforcement of our growing global trademark portfolio, client counseling, licensing, developing and implementing intellectual property protection policies, and educating and coaching the business on intellectual property matters. Must have 15+ years of expert-level experience with trademark, copyright, and domain name issues, especially those relevant to digital devices, emerging technology and content creators. Must have experience independently managing multiple global trademark portfolios. Must have experience with managing international global disputes, including negotiations to resolve 3P trademark disputes. Must have experience managing multiple disputes before the TTAB. Must have experience managing a team of attorneys and trademark professionals. Must have online and digital brand protection experience. Should have Law degree and membership in good standing in at least one state Bar or foreign equivalent. Experience managing IP due diligence and transfers in large M&A deals is preferred. Fluency in international legal IP policy issues, or involvement in policy organizations (INTA, MARQUES, AIPLA, etc) is desired.
 
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Compliance Attorney
Refer job# OASP145566
 
Compliance Attorney The candidate support the development and management of an enterprise-wide Compliance Risk Management Program. Design, validate and test control processes to ensure compliance with applicable requirements. Manage risk remediation efforts across all divisions to address identified risks. Create and maintain a matrix of applicable laws, including escrow and title licensing regulations; ensure compliance with the obligations set forth in the matrix through the implementation of systems, procedures and policies. Support the development of a best-in-class vendor audit function and conduct remote and onsite audits of third party vendors; monthly travel will be required. Participate in the monitoring, reviewing and approving process of external publications including, marketing material and website content. Perform File Level Audits to validate SOP Adherence. Monitor laws and regulations related to residential mortgage banking. Provides advice, guidance and insight to Senior Management and staff personnel on emerging compliance issues and consults the company in establishment of controls to mitigate risk. Provides assistance to various departments in the formulation of forms and disclosure documents for compliance with all policies and procedures. Implement any necessary additions or changes to company policies and procedures. Work closely with managers to review and update all policies and procedures at least annually. Perform other projects and special assignments. Must be Graduated from an accredited law school with license to practice law in good standing. Must have 3-5 years of legal and/or compliance related experience (either in house or with a law firm) in the residential mortgage industry. Experience using Westlaw, Lexis-Nexis, All-Regs and other online legal and compliance databases is required. Solid understanding of compliance management systems and best practices is preferred. Must be proficient in MS Office.
 
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Counsel (Brand Enforcement and Privacy)
Refer job# QTKV145567
 
Counsel (Brand Enforcement and Privacy) The candidate will investigate and manage cases involving counterfeiting, product diversion, trademark and patent infringement, unauthorized usage of trademarks and copyrighted materials. Manage outside counsel on active cases and review pleadings and correspondence. Assist with managing outside investigators by providing training and guidance on surveys. Conduct high level background checks to support civil and criminal enforcement efforts. Draft cease and desist letters and negotiate successful outcomes for the business. Perform legal research on matters when needed. Counsel and provide support on all privacy and data security related matters managed by the Privacy Office. Advise on the requirements of, and compliance with, federal and state privacy and data security laws. Investigate and respond to data incidents, including preparation of required documentation pursuant to federal and state laws or in response to enforcement actions for alleged data security and privacy violations. Draft privacy policies and procedures for compliance with federal and state laws. Coordinate with outside counsel to advise business on privacy matters. Assist with risk assessments and remediation tasks when appropriate.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate (J.D.) and Bar admission to a U.S. jurisdiction. 2+ years of relevant experience with a private firm or corporate legal department is necessary. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are required. Knowledge of basic office tools such as word, power point & excel is critical. Experience in intellectual property litigation is preferred. Experience advising on privacy and data security law and compliance efforts is beneficial.
 
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