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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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Senior Corporate Counsel

Fairfax VA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will work closely with the General Counsel and the Legal & Compliance department in providing legal advice to the key decision-makers in the organization. Will work on any number of matters important to the Company including: employment and labor law related issues, equity compensation matters and processes, vendor and other significant contractual agreements, corporate governance, and regulatory inquiries and examinations. Draft, review and negotiate various contracts and agreements including employment agreements and a wide array of third-party vendor agreements. Provide legal support in connection with equity compensation processes and considerations. Conduct pre-litigation research and draft legal documents. Assist with managing regulatory inquiries and examinations. Provide solution-oriented, business centric legal counsel to senior management, constructively helping to achieve business purposes within legal and ethical means while executing the Company's business strategy. Collaborate with compliance team to provide high-caliber, cost-effective service and training to business units and corporate personnel. Keep pace with the demands of a rapidly changing business by proactively anticipating legal issues, identifying appropriate solutions and providing the leadership necessary to effectively implement these across the firm. Assist the General Counsel and other stakeholders with any internal investigations regarding possible violations of the Company's policies and procedures. Review and draft various internal policies and procedures. Should have a J.D. degree from accredited law school and be admitted and in good standing to practice in a US State Bar. Must have 5-7 years of experience practicing law at a law firm or in a registered investment advisor. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-06-24

Senior Corporate Counsel

Boston MA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will work closely with the General Counsel and the Legal & Compliance department in providing legal advice to the key decision-makers in the organization. Will work on any number of matters important to the Company including: employment and labor law related issues, equity compensation matters and processes, vendor and other significant contractual agreements, corporate governance, and regulatory inquiries and examinations. Draft, review and negotiate various contracts and agreements including employment agreements and a wide array of third-party vendor agreements. Provide legal support in connection with equity compensation processes and considerations. Conduct pre-litigation research and draft legal documents. Assist with managing regulatory inquiries and examinations. Provide solution-oriented, business centric legal counsel to senior management, constructively helping to achieve business purposes within legal and ethical means while executing the Company's business strategy. Collaborate with compliance team to provide high-caliber, cost-effective service and training to business units and corporate personnel. Keep pace with the demands of a rapidly changing business by proactively anticipating legal issues, identifying appropriate solutions and providing the leadership necessary to effectively implement these across the firm. Assist the General Counsel and other stakeholders with any internal investigations regarding possible violations of the Company's policies and procedures. Review and draft various internal policies and procedures. Should have a J.D. degree from accredited law school and be admitted and in good standing to practice in a US State Bar. Must have 5-7 years of experience practicing law at a law firm or in a registered investment advisor. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-06-24

Associate Counsel, Privacy

New York City NY Associate Counsel, Privacy The candidate will handle duties that include: Counsel and support the Company on all privacy and data security issues in connection with the development and implementation of technology, products and services; Advise on the requirements of, and compliance with, federal and state privacy and information security laws (including the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018), as well as federal and state government investigations and enforcement actions for alleged data security and privacy violations. Draft, negotiate and review complex information privacy, confidentiality and security contractual provisions with third party vendors, including data transfer agreements. Assist with cybersecurity and data breach incident response, including preparation of required notifications pursuant to breach notification law. Draft privacy and information security policies, procedures, notices and consents for compliance with privacy and security laws. Evaluate potential privacy risks, and draft and negotiate agreements in connection with potential acquisitions. Coordinate with outside counsel in international markets to advise clients on privacy and security matters. Work closely with the Chief Privacy Officer on Privacy Compliance Program. Should have strong experience advising on global privacy and data security matters. Must be member of the New York State Bar. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP), not required but a plus. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Senior Intellectual Property Attorney

Wilmington MA Senior Intellectual Property Attorney The candidate will be responsible for analyzing complex issues and developing and presenting practical IP solutions; ensuring adequate protection of intellectual property to protect innovation and related product revenue; and ensuring appropriate level of IP risk for new company products. Will assist in the development of further developing our global intellectual property function and play an instrumental role in achieving growth through innovation through the development of an integrated intellectual property strategy. Align the Companys intellectual property strategy and activities with the Companys business strategy and priorities. Assist in the creation and implementation of appropriate global patent strategies for the protection of innovations by the Company, working in coordination with the senior leaders of Engineering. Collaborate with Intellectual Property team to provide a full spectrum of intellectual property legal services including patent and trademark protection, surveillance, enforcement, licensing, R&D contracts, and litigation. Counsel senior management on all intellectual property maters, including advising on the cost and effective use of intellectual property, avoiding or reducing the adverse impact of third party intellectual property; and counseling on legal issues relating to counterfeiting. Assisting in intellectual property litigation matters and claims. Provide and manage all IP-related transaction matters for client groups. Provide direction for client groups on invention disclosure process and in all aspects of the product development process. Provide oversight of all issues relating to firm's Inc. trademark portfolio. Develop systems for management of and oversee management of all outside professional service providers including management of costs and cost containment measures associated with intellectual property services. Collaborate and manage IP budget and forecasting. Executive and group level presentation skills. Develop and provide intellectual property training to enterprise.

The candidate must possess a law degree, be registered with the USPTO, and be a member of a State Bar in good standing. Must have 10+ years of patent legal experience, with at least 3 years of in-house experience, preferably in managing the intellectual property assets of a semiconductor, consumer products, electronics or manufacturing company with global scope, as well as law firm experience. Must have significant experience in ITC, IPR and all phases of patent infringement litigation including conducting infringement risk assessment and evaluations, developing and coordinating pre-litigation plans and strategies and managing litigation and trial teams. Must have significant experience in developing and implementing global patent and trademark strategies while enabling innovation throughout the organization. Must have grounding in patent preparation and prosecution on a global basis and experience in PCT and European and Chinese patent practice. Must be proficient at defining and implementing new processes. Experience working with trademarks is required.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Associate Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Associate Corporate Counsel The Candidate will be responsible for providing legal guidance, developing company policies, and drafting contracts. Additionally, the Associate Corporate Counsel will create and implement internal legal tools, guidelines, and training. Providing legal counsel on community content policies, regulatory matters, commercial deals, and pre-litigation disputes and inquiries. Develop strategies for handling legal issues in creative, business-centric ways and you will build processes that address risk and allow the business flexibility and freedom to move quickly.

The candidate should have strong academic credentials including a J.D. degree from a top law school and membership in one state bar with 2+ years of legal experience as a commercial, regulatory, or transactional legal counsel, preferably with some portion of that experience in technology and commercial transactions. 2+ years of experience in a top national or international law firm is required. Strong written and oral communication skills. Ability to demonstrate great judgment even in ambiguous situations. Previous experience reviewing and advising on public-facing marketing or community initiatives. Familiarity with online communities, advertising technologies, and platforms for social media. Ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through and meet deadlines. Experience with process control and improvement mechanisms, including standardization and simplification efforts. Strong written and oral communication skills.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Software Contracts Attorney

Boston MA Software Contracts Attorney The candidate will provide duties include: Review bid documents and contract terms and conditions, providing legal services to the firm Team with respect to projects, preparation of software license agreements and drafting contracts and agreements, and other matters as required. Review and revise commercial proposals and contracts for the firm software. Review and evaluate all commercial terms and conditions of bid documents and proposals, including requirements for bonding, bank guarantees, letters of credit, insurance requirements, liquidated damages, taxes and duties and cost proposals. Review all risk analyses regarding upcoming projects to ensure compliance with firm standards and policies. Aid in the creation of and manage, enforce and audit company policies, such as corporate and supplier policies, FCPA, GDPR, Privacy and contractual compliance. Prepare commercial tables of compliance and other commercial documents required for proposals. Negotiate and finalize contract terms and conditions with customers, partners and vendors. Prepare software license and escrow agreements as required. Prepare non- Contracts Attorney /confidentiality agreements Contract interpretation.

The candidate must have law Degree and active bar membership in the United States with 2-4+ years of experience. Must have experience reviewing, revising, drafting, negotiating and advising on sophisticated and complex contracts, such as software license agreements, services agreements, sales agreements, marketing/ad agreements, distribution agreements, professional services agreements, and partner and vendor agreements. Experience reviewing, drafting and, negotiating technology transactions (both inbound and outbound), hardware and software, content, product development, distribution, marketing, manufacturing, and other technology commercial agreements is preferred. Knowledge and/or experience with all of the following areas are a plus: Intellectual Property Law; Insurance law; Employment law; Data Privacy law; Regulations regarding Personal Identifiable Information; Export Control Law. Must have strong interpersonal communication skills. Must have exceptional negotiating skills. Must have strong drafting/interpreting/writing skills.
Legal 2 - 4 Part_time 2019-06-24

Associate General Counsel, Corporate

Waltham MA Associate General Counsel, Corporate The candidate will draft, negotiate and advise on a wide array of legal issues and contracts. Will focus on: supporting various business development initiatives, including licensing, collaborations and M&A initiatives; managing and strengthening the companys contracting function (including managing personnel responsible for the administration of electronic contract management system); and serve as a business partner to various functions by providing risk assessments and recommendations, interpreting complex contractual terms and negotiating myriad bio-pharmaceutical development and commercial agreements. Act as a business partner to internal constituencies, including business development and corporate affairs, providing solutions oriented legal advice that furthers companys business strategy. Assist with all legal aspects of transactions of varying degrees and nature across the company, including licensing, collaborations and merger and acquisitions. Lead legal due diligence initiatives relating to possible transactions. Draft and review as needed confidentiality agreements, engagement letters, term sheets, acquisition agreements and other deal documents. Lead the legal departments initiative to further improve the contract process, including identifying ways to strengthen the contract process and educating the business on contracts and the contract process. Supervise and manage the Contracts Administrator who manages the day-to-day aspects of the contract management system, including setting clear priorities and supporting negotiation of contracts. Prepare, review and negotiate agreements customary to companys general operating activities, including service agreements, confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements and commercial contracts, and advise internal business partners on the risks associated with the contracts.

The candidate should have an undergraduate degree from a college or university of recognized standing. Law degree with strong academic credentials required. Should be licensed in good standing to practice law in at least one state within the US, preferably Massachusetts. Must have 5+ years of experience focused on mergers and acquisitions, licensing and/or general corporate and securities law with 2+ years working in a law firm. Experience drafting and negotiating various types of contracts is needed. A combination of both in-house in a pharmaceutical company and law firm practice is ideal. Substantive M&A and licensing experience, international experience is valuable, with a demonstrated accountability for the deal cycle and negotiations is desired. Experience managing a contract process and/or contract personnel is an asset. Project management skills and experience with contract management software a plus. Experience with'34 Act filings, including 10-K, 10-Q, and proxy statements ideal.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Principal Counsel - Government Compliance

Austin TX Principal Counsel - Government Compliance The candidate will represent firm in U.S. federal, state and local licensing and services activities. Participate actively in reviewing, negotiating and drafting technology licenses and services agreements, including licensing to the public sector via direct government contracts and governmental subcontractor contracts. Act in both an advisory and a hands-on position requiring day-to-day interaction with other members of the firm legal team, sales team and licensing team as well as federal, state and local contracting officers and government attorneys. Act as a resource to business units and other legal team members seeking guidance on structuring complex transactions. Review and advise the public sector business operations and bid proposal / capture teams in responding to requests for proposals, teaming agreements, nondisclosure agreements, licensing and service agreements and related documents, including required government certifications of various types and applicable Government Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) and programs. Interface with the corporate operations, finance and other supporting cross functional organizations to answer questions and resolve issues related to public sector legal issues in support of transactional business. Periodically train public sector business, sales, and services organizations and other interested staff in public sector new developments and related issues. Periodically engage with federal, state and local contracting officers and government attorneys to resolve challenging public sector legal issues in support of the public sector contracts team. Train the enterprise and public sector business management, business operations, sales and cross functional supporting groups regarding federal and state contracting compliance requirements in support of sales and contracting activities. Provide oversight and guidance for firm internal compliance activities for the public sector business. Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of licensing and services issues and related business practices, policies and procedures, and apply knowledge and experience to non-standard and highly complex transactions. Provides exceptional customer service to internal and external customers and build strong relationships. Identify potential areas of Public Sector vulnerability and risk; develop / implement corrective action plans for resolution of problematic issues, and provide general guidance on how to avoid or deal with similar situations in the future.

The candidate must have JD degree from an accredited law school and active Bar membership. 4+ years' of experience as a contract negotiator at a government contractor or medium to large technology business is necessary. Experience with contracting / procuring with US Federal, State and Local entities is critical. Experience with U.K. and EU public sector contracting is a plus. Ability to analyse and negotiate contract or subcontract requirements, special provisions and general terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, corporate policies and business unit procedures is required. Strong working knowledge of federal and state RFP procedures, contracting programs, and GWACs is essential. Knowledge and understanding of FAR/DFARS and a GSA Schedule background is a must. Experience with the DOE is a plus. Background in reviewing solicitations and preparation of routine responses to RFIs, RFQs, RFPs is critical. Experience working with the FAR, including part 15, primarily with Commercial Items / COTS is mandatory. Understanding of Government buying vehicles, including GSA, SEWP, and other GWACs, and purchasing thresholds (Micro-purchase and Simplified Acquisition) is essential.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel, Project Kuiper The candidate will be responsible for the Kuiper teams domestic and international regulatory filings, as well as assist with regulator meetings. Should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school and active membership in one state Bar. Must have 5+ years of experience as an attorney focused on regulatory matters. Must have 3+ years of experience as an attorney focused on satellite communications filings. 3+ years experience in a top national or international law firm is preferred. Experience with foreign spectrum regulatory filings is preferred. A mix of law firm and in-house experience a plus. Strong written and oral communication skills preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Senior Corporate Counsel, Digital Platform & Experience

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Digital Platform and Experience The candidate be first point of contact on all legal issues for two business units in DPE: the Digital Help & Experience (DHX) team and (the brand-new) E-Commerce and Front Doors (EFD) team. Will be a member of the leadership team in these business units, and have the opportunity to support a variety of business activities. Reporting to the Assistant General Counsel, will partner with business and legal colleagues to provide business-enabling, practical, and creative legal guidance, directly impacting the companys ability to meet and exceed our strategic goals. Serve as first point of contact on all legal issues in Digital Help Experience (DHX) and E-Commerce and Front Doors (EFD) business units, including volume customer-facing and partner-facing digital programs and services, customer support and learning, and global e-commerce and web strategy, design, and operations. Support product and service readiness and release, as well as ongoing business, by identifying and driving resolution of legal issues in the areas of consumer protection, intellectual property, marketing, competition, data privacy and security, data analytics and use, and other legal and regulatory frameworks. Proactively partner with business leaders in order to build a trusted advisor relationship; engage with business colleagues at all levels; exercise excellent legal judgment and extraordinary communication skills to provide practical, clear, and concise counsel. Contribute to the development and implementation of customer-facing policy, processes, and guidelines. Be a member of the DPE legal team, working closely with legal colleagues to provide consistent and business-aware legal advice across the division and the company. Collaborate with legal colleagues supporting business functions outside of DPE on all relevant aspects of the business, including marketing, finance, corporate development, sales, and product. Partner with the companys privacy, security, and compliance groups to understand and provide input on practices and systems, ensuring legal and regulatory requirements are met. Develop and implement processes, trainings, and risk positions to enable rapid business execution while mitigating risk.

The candidate should have JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school; member in good standing of the California Bar. Must have 6 years in-house experience at a SAAS software and/or web-based technology company with global direct sales and support of customers (B2C business). Prior related experience at a well-regarded law firm is highly desirable. Expertise and experience in customer-facing terms and programs, subscription business models, online sales and support, technology licensing and product development, contracting, intellectual property, data privacy and data analytics, and compliance law matters is required. Must have demonstrated ability to work in a complex environment to provide consistent, practical, timely, and business-enabling legal advice. Should have Strong stakeholder management skills and experience. Has led legal support for businesses or programs with multiple stakeholders, knows to prioritize and influence to complete projects and to bring negotiations (internal and external) to a favorable close.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZSOH144703
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will work closely with the General Counsel and the Legal & Compliance department in providing legal advice to the key decision-makers in the organization. Will work on any number of matters important to the Company including: employment and labor law related issues, equity compensation matters and processes, vendor and other significant contractual agreements, corporate governance, and regulatory inquiries and examinations. Draft, review and negotiate various contracts and agreements including employment agreements and a wide array of third-party vendor agreements. Provide legal support in connection with equity compensation processes and considerations. Conduct pre-litigation research and draft legal documents. Assist with managing regulatory inquiries and examinations. Provide solution-oriented, business centric legal counsel to senior management, constructively helping to achieve business purposes within legal and ethical means while executing the Company's business strategy. Collaborate with compliance team to provide high-caliber, cost-effective service and training to business units and corporate personnel. Keep pace with the demands of a rapidly changing business by proactively anticipating legal issues, identifying appropriate solutions and providing the leadership necessary to effectively implement these across the firm. Assist the General Counsel and other stakeholders with any internal investigations regarding possible violations of the Company's policies and procedures. Review and draft various internal policies and procedures. Should have a J.D. degree from accredited law school and be admitted and in good standing to practice in a US State Bar. Must have 5-7 years of experience practicing law at a law firm or in a registered investment advisor.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# DWNY144704
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will work closely with the General Counsel and the Legal & Compliance department in providing legal advice to the key decision-makers in the organization. Will work on any number of matters important to the Company including: employment and labor law related issues, equity compensation matters and processes, vendor and other significant contractual agreements, corporate governance, and regulatory inquiries and examinations. Draft, review and negotiate various contracts and agreements including employment agreements and a wide array of third-party vendor agreements. Provide legal support in connection with equity compensation processes and considerations. Conduct pre-litigation research and draft legal documents. Assist with managing regulatory inquiries and examinations. Provide solution-oriented, business centric legal counsel to senior management, constructively helping to achieve business purposes within legal and ethical means while executing the Company's business strategy. Collaborate with compliance team to provide high-caliber, cost-effective service and training to business units and corporate personnel. Keep pace with the demands of a rapidly changing business by proactively anticipating legal issues, identifying appropriate solutions and providing the leadership necessary to effectively implement these across the firm. Assist the General Counsel and other stakeholders with any internal investigations regarding possible violations of the Company's policies and procedures. Review and draft various internal policies and procedures. Should have a J.D. degree from accredited law school and be admitted and in good standing to practice in a US State Bar. Must have 5-7 years of experience practicing law at a law firm or in a registered investment advisor.
 
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Associate Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# IQHV144705
 
Associate Counsel, Privacy The candidate will handle duties that include: Counsel and support the Company on all privacy and data security issues in connection with the development and implementation of technology, products and services; Advise on the requirements of, and compliance with, federal and state privacy and information security laws (including the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018), as well as federal and state government investigations and enforcement actions for alleged data security and privacy violations. Draft, negotiate and review complex information privacy, confidentiality and security contractual provisions with third party vendors, including data transfer agreements. Assist with cybersecurity and data breach incident response, including preparation of required notifications pursuant to breach notification law. Draft privacy and information security policies, procedures, notices and consents for compliance with privacy and security laws. Evaluate potential privacy risks, and draft and negotiate agreements in connection with potential acquisitions. Coordinate with outside counsel in international markets to advise clients on privacy and security matters. Work closely with the Chief Privacy Officer on Privacy Compliance Program. Should have strong experience advising on global privacy and data security matters. Must be member of the New York State Bar. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP), not required but a plus.
 
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Senior Intellectual Property Attorney
Refer job# VELX144706
 
Senior Intellectual Property Attorney The candidate will be responsible for analyzing complex issues and developing and presenting practical IP solutions; ensuring adequate protection of intellectual property to protect innovation and related product revenue; and ensuring appropriate level of IP risk for new company products. Will assist in the development of further developing our global intellectual property function and play an instrumental role in achieving growth through innovation through the development of an integrated intellectual property strategy. Align the Companys intellectual property strategy and activities with the Companys business strategy and priorities. Assist in the creation and implementation of appropriate global patent strategies for the protection of innovations by the Company, working in coordination with the senior leaders of Engineering. Collaborate with Intellectual Property team to provide a full spectrum of intellectual property legal services including patent and trademark protection, surveillance, enforcement, licensing, R&D contracts, and litigation. Counsel senior management on all intellectual property maters, including advising on the cost and effective use of intellectual property, avoiding or reducing the adverse impact of third party intellectual property; and counseling on legal issues relating to counterfeiting. Assisting in intellectual property litigation matters and claims. Provide and manage all IP-related transaction matters for client groups. Provide direction for client groups on invention disclosure process and in all aspects of the product development process. Provide oversight of all issues relating to firm's Inc. trademark portfolio. Develop systems for management of and oversee management of all outside professional service providers including management of costs and cost containment measures associated with intellectual property services. Collaborate and manage IP budget and forecasting. Executive and group level presentation skills. Develop and provide intellectual property training to enterprise.

The candidate must possess a law degree, be registered with the USPTO, and be a member of a State Bar in good standing. Must have 10+ years of patent legal experience, with at least 3 years of in-house experience, preferably in managing the intellectual property assets of a semiconductor, consumer products, electronics or manufacturing company with global scope, as well as law firm experience. Must have significant experience in ITC, IPR and all phases of patent infringement litigation including conducting infringement risk assessment and evaluations, developing and coordinating pre-litigation plans and strategies and managing litigation and trial teams. Must have significant experience in developing and implementing global patent and trademark strategies while enabling innovation throughout the organization. Must have grounding in patent preparation and prosecution on a global basis and experience in PCT and European and Chinese patent practice. Must be proficient at defining and implementing new processes. Experience working with trademarks is required.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# DHCZ144707
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The Candidate will be responsible for providing legal guidance, developing company policies, and drafting contracts. Additionally, the Associate Corporate Counsel will create and implement internal legal tools, guidelines, and training. Providing legal counsel on community content policies, regulatory matters, commercial deals, and pre-litigation disputes and inquiries. Develop strategies for handling legal issues in creative, business-centric ways and you will build processes that address risk and allow the business flexibility and freedom to move quickly.

The candidate should have strong academic credentials including a J.D. degree from a top law school and membership in one state bar with 2+ years of legal experience as a commercial, regulatory, or transactional legal counsel, preferably with some portion of that experience in technology and commercial transactions. 2+ years of experience in a top national or international law firm is required. Strong written and oral communication skills. Ability to demonstrate great judgment even in ambiguous situations. Previous experience reviewing and advising on public-facing marketing or community initiatives. Familiarity with online communities, advertising technologies, and platforms for social media. Ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through and meet deadlines. Experience with process control and improvement mechanisms, including standardization and simplification efforts. Strong written and oral communication skills.
 
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Software Contracts Attorney
Refer job# BBUX144708
 
Software Contracts Attorney The candidate will provide duties include: Review bid documents and contract terms and conditions, providing legal services to the firm Team with respect to projects, preparation of software license agreements and drafting contracts and agreements, and other matters as required. Review and revise commercial proposals and contracts for the firm software. Review and evaluate all commercial terms and conditions of bid documents and proposals, including requirements for bonding, bank guarantees, letters of credit, insurance requirements, liquidated damages, taxes and duties and cost proposals. Review all risk analyses regarding upcoming projects to ensure compliance with firm standards and policies. Aid in the creation of and manage, enforce and audit company policies, such as corporate and supplier policies, FCPA, GDPR, Privacy and contractual compliance. Prepare commercial tables of compliance and other commercial documents required for proposals. Negotiate and finalize contract terms and conditions with customers, partners and vendors. Prepare software license and escrow agreements as required. Prepare non- Contracts Attorney /confidentiality agreements Contract interpretation.

The candidate must have law Degree and active bar membership in the United States with 2-4+ years of experience. Must have experience reviewing, revising, drafting, negotiating and advising on sophisticated and complex contracts, such as software license agreements, services agreements, sales agreements, marketing/ad agreements, distribution agreements, professional services agreements, and partner and vendor agreements. Experience reviewing, drafting and, negotiating technology transactions (both inbound and outbound), hardware and software, content, product development, distribution, marketing, manufacturing, and other technology commercial agreements is preferred. Knowledge and/or experience with all of the following areas are a plus: Intellectual Property Law; Insurance law; Employment law; Data Privacy law; Regulations regarding Personal Identifiable Information; Export Control Law. Must have strong interpersonal communication skills. Must have exceptional negotiating skills. Must have strong drafting/interpreting/writing skills.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Corporate
Refer job# AARG144709
 
Associate General Counsel, Corporate The candidate will draft, negotiate and advise on a wide array of legal issues and contracts. Will focus on: supporting various business development initiatives, including licensing, collaborations and M&A initiatives; managing and strengthening the companys contracting function (including managing personnel responsible for the administration of electronic contract management system); and serve as a business partner to various functions by providing risk assessments and recommendations, interpreting complex contractual terms and negotiating myriad bio-pharmaceutical development and commercial agreements. Act as a business partner to internal constituencies, including business development and corporate affairs, providing solutions oriented legal advice that furthers companys business strategy. Assist with all legal aspects of transactions of varying degrees and nature across the company, including licensing, collaborations and merger and acquisitions. Lead legal due diligence initiatives relating to possible transactions. Draft and review as needed confidentiality agreements, engagement letters, term sheets, acquisition agreements and other deal documents. Lead the legal departments initiative to further improve the contract process, including identifying ways to strengthen the contract process and educating the business on contracts and the contract process. Supervise and manage the Contracts Administrator who manages the day-to-day aspects of the contract management system, including setting clear priorities and supporting negotiation of contracts. Prepare, review and negotiate agreements customary to companys general operating activities, including service agreements, confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements and commercial contracts, and advise internal business partners on the risks associated with the contracts.

The candidate should have an undergraduate degree from a college or university of recognized standing. Law degree with strong academic credentials required. Should be licensed in good standing to practice law in at least one state within the US, preferably Massachusetts. Must have 5+ years of experience focused on mergers and acquisitions, licensing and/or general corporate and securities law with 2+ years working in a law firm. Experience drafting and negotiating various types of contracts is needed. A combination of both in-house in a pharmaceutical company and law firm practice is ideal. Substantive M&A and licensing experience, international experience is valuable, with a demonstrated accountability for the deal cycle and negotiations is desired. Experience managing a contract process and/or contract personnel is an asset. Project management skills and experience with contract management software a plus. Experience with'34 Act filings, including 10-K, 10-Q, and proxy statements ideal.
 
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Principal Counsel - Government Compliance
Refer job# ULKT144710
 
Principal Counsel - Government Compliance The candidate will represent firm in U.S. federal, state and local licensing and services activities. Participate actively in reviewing, negotiating and drafting technology licenses and services agreements, including licensing to the public sector via direct government contracts and governmental subcontractor contracts. Act in both an advisory and a hands-on position requiring day-to-day interaction with other members of the firm legal team, sales team and licensing team as well as federal, state and local contracting officers and government attorneys. Act as a resource to business units and other legal team members seeking guidance on structuring complex transactions. Review and advise the public sector business operations and bid proposal / capture teams in responding to requests for proposals, teaming agreements, nondisclosure agreements, licensing and service agreements and related documents, including required government certifications of various types and applicable Government Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) and programs. Interface with the corporate operations, finance and other supporting cross functional organizations to answer questions and resolve issues related to public sector legal issues in support of transactional business. Periodically train public sector business, sales, and services organizations and other interested staff in public sector new developments and related issues. Periodically engage with federal, state and local contracting officers and government attorneys to resolve challenging public sector legal issues in support of the public sector contracts team. Train the enterprise and public sector business management, business operations, sales and cross functional supporting groups regarding federal and state contracting compliance requirements in support of sales and contracting activities. Provide oversight and guidance for firm internal compliance activities for the public sector business. Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of licensing and services issues and related business practices, policies and procedures, and apply knowledge and experience to non-standard and highly complex transactions. Provides exceptional customer service to internal and external customers and build strong relationships. Identify potential areas of Public Sector vulnerability and risk; develop / implement corrective action plans for resolution of problematic issues, and provide general guidance on how to avoid or deal with similar situations in the future.

The candidate must have JD degree from an accredited law school and active Bar membership. 4+ years' of experience as a contract negotiator at a government contractor or medium to large technology business is necessary. Experience with contracting / procuring with US Federal, State and Local entities is critical. Experience with U.K. and EU public sector contracting is a plus. Ability to analyse and negotiate contract or subcontract requirements, special provisions and general terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, corporate policies and business unit procedures is required. Strong working knowledge of federal and state RFP procedures, contracting programs, and GWACs is essential. Knowledge and understanding of FAR/DFARS and a GSA Schedule background is a must. Experience with the DOE is a plus. Background in reviewing solicitations and preparation of routine responses to RFIs, RFQs, RFPs is critical. Experience working with the FAR, including part 15, primarily with Commercial Items / COTS is mandatory. Understanding of Government buying vehicles, including GSA, SEWP, and other GWACs, and purchasing thresholds (Micro-purchase and Simplified Acquisition) is essential.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# EZAH144711
 
Corporate Counsel, Project Kuiper The candidate will be responsible for the Kuiper teams domestic and international regulatory filings, as well as assist with regulator meetings. Should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school and active membership in one state Bar. Must have 5+ years of experience as an attorney focused on regulatory matters. Must have 3+ years of experience as an attorney focused on satellite communications filings. 3+ years experience in a top national or international law firm is preferred. Experience with foreign spectrum regulatory filings is preferred. A mix of law firm and in-house experience a plus. Strong written and oral communication skills preferred.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Digital Platform & Experience
Refer job# WOGE144712
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Digital Platform and Experience The candidate be first point of contact on all legal issues for two business units in DPE: the Digital Help & Experience (DHX) team and (the brand-new) E-Commerce and Front Doors (EFD) team. Will be a member of the leadership team in these business units, and have the opportunity to support a variety of business activities. Reporting to the Assistant General Counsel, will partner with business and legal colleagues to provide business-enabling, practical, and creative legal guidance, directly impacting the companys ability to meet and exceed our strategic goals. Serve as first point of contact on all legal issues in Digital Help Experience (DHX) and E-Commerce and Front Doors (EFD) business units, including volume customer-facing and partner-facing digital programs and services, customer support and learning, and global e-commerce and web strategy, design, and operations. Support product and service readiness and release, as well as ongoing business, by identifying and driving resolution of legal issues in the areas of consumer protection, intellectual property, marketing, competition, data privacy and security, data analytics and use, and other legal and regulatory frameworks. Proactively partner with business leaders in order to build a trusted advisor relationship; engage with business colleagues at all levels; exercise excellent legal judgment and extraordinary communication skills to provide practical, clear, and concise counsel. Contribute to the development and implementation of customer-facing policy, processes, and guidelines. Be a member of the DPE legal team, working closely with legal colleagues to provide consistent and business-aware legal advice across the division and the company. Collaborate with legal colleagues supporting business functions outside of DPE on all relevant aspects of the business, including marketing, finance, corporate development, sales, and product. Partner with the companys privacy, security, and compliance groups to understand and provide input on practices and systems, ensuring legal and regulatory requirements are met. Develop and implement processes, trainings, and risk positions to enable rapid business execution while mitigating risk.

The candidate should have JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school; member in good standing of the California Bar. Must have 6 years in-house experience at a SAAS software and/or web-based technology company with global direct sales and support of customers (B2C business). Prior related experience at a well-regarded law firm is highly desirable. Expertise and experience in customer-facing terms and programs, subscription business models, online sales and support, technology licensing and product development, contracting, intellectual property, data privacy and data analytics, and compliance law matters is required. Must have demonstrated ability to work in a complex environment to provide consistent, practical, timely, and business-enabling legal advice. Should have Strong stakeholder management skills and experience. Has led legal support for businesses or programs with multiple stakeholders, knows to prioritize and influence to complete projects and to bring negotiations (internal and external) to a favorable close.
 
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