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Senior Commercial Contracts Counsel

Austin TX Senior Commercial Contracts Counsel The candidate will serve as first US based counsel, will take an entrepreneurial approach and serve as a key voice in the room providing advice to growing Teams, Enterprise and Education (TEE) team in Austin, TX. Will help Company to continue its growth and success in the US, with a focus on TEE products including Company for Enterprise product, Company for Education and strategic partnerships. Will join a dynamic global legal team working on a variety of innovative legal issues across the entire company. Will be required to leverage expertise, good judgement and strong business sense to help us grow Company in the US, while assessing and mitigating legal risk. Act as the primary legal advisor to our US-based TEE team, including with regard to local compliance and setup of a physical office in Austin, TX. Review, draft and negotiate commercial agreements including for Company for Enterprise, Company for Education, reseller agreements and other strategic partnerships. Respond promptly to legal requests from the enterprise sales team in the US, and implement scalable and effective processes to effectively manage these requests as we scale. Keep current on relevant industry standards, laws, and regulations. Develop and deliver training and scalable written guidance to the TEE team. Have a strong technical background and significant hands-on experience in SaaS contracting at a rapidly growing technology company. Have excellent communication skills and can make complex communications simple. Minimum requirements: Admission to one bar (California preferred). 8+ years practicing law (though more experience is welcome). Hands on in-house experience at a rapidly growing SaaS business. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-04

Vice President-Senior Counsel and Assistant Board and Corporate Secretary

Saint Louis MO Vice President-Senior Counsel and Assistant Board and Corporate Secretary Duties: Assist in the coordination of the preparation of Board and Committee agendas and Action Item lists; Assists the RGC in organizing and servicing the Board, and Committee meetings in accordance with any procedures agreed upon by the Board from time to time, and coordinating the preparation and distribution of appropriate notices, agendas, and supporting documents; Attend all Board and Board Committee meetings and act as Senior Counsel and Assistant Secretary at each such meeting or arrange for a suitable person to act as Senior Counsel and Assistant Secretary on his or her behalf when necessary; Assist in the preparation and circulation of minutes of meetings and assist in ensuring that the details of the resolutions and decisions are in order so that proper account of them is taken by the Board; Assist in providing, or arranging for the provision of, advice to the Board in relation to corporate governance issues; Effectively communicate with stakeholders to ensure corporate governance at the UAH North America Board and Committees and NAET levels are adhered to; and Prepare communications on Board related matters; and Perform such other functions as the Chairs and RGC may reasonably specify from time to time. The Senior Counsel and Assistant Secretary shall also: Support the RGC in the coordination and preparation of NAET meetings, including organizing, attending and conducting post action item follow up on NAET offsite meetings; Draft revisions to policy and governance documents on behalf of UAH, North America Board and its Committees, and the NAET, in accordance with current applicable laws; Assist with special projects as applicable; Provide advice and counsel on legal and regulatory matters involving the Bank, including without limitation Dodd-Frank, the Bank Holding Company Act, and other related foreign banking related regulatory matters; Actively and consistently demonstrate the cultural practices of Rabobank and the Region; Complete all mandatory training within a timely basis, as instructed; Be familiar with and comply with laws, regulations and internal policies and procedures that are applicable to required job duties; Understand and comply with all of Rabobank WR's anti-money laundering, compliance and all other applicable laws and regulations; and Provide advice and counsel on legal and regulatory matters involving the Bank, including without limitation Delaware corporate law, Dodd-Frank, Regulation YY, the Bank Holding Company Act, and other related foreign banking related regulatory matters. In connection with stakeholders and document owners, lead the annual review of UAH, North America Board and Board Committees, and North America Executive Team governing documents. Work collaboratively with other members of the Legal team to ensure the consistent administration of the books and records of UAH and its subsidiaries. Prepare such documents and filings as may be necessary for the governance of any of Rabobank's various North American entities, including but not limited to certificates of organization, articles of incorporation, operating agreements, bylaws, and such documents, applications and filings as may be necessary for relevant licenses and permits; Assist in creating, managing, and updating relevant policies, procedures and processes; Assist in responding to internal and external audits and exams; and Provide advice and counsel on other legal and business matters as required. Complete all mandatory training Comply with code of conduct and Bank policies/ procedures. Actively identify incidents outside of established policies and procedures and report to management immediately.

Qualifications: Law Degree and 10 years of experience with at least 6+ years of experience in the area of assisting in the management of corporate boards required. License to practice law in the state of Missouri or other state with the ability to become licensed in Missouri. Experience drafting detailed minutes; alternatively, experience synthesizing lengthy oral discussions into detailed summaries. Experience with Delaware business entity laws (corporate, limited liability company, etc.). Familiarity with corporate governance principles required. Strong knowledge of the regulatory environment for Bank Holding Companies and/or of foreign banks doing business in the U.S. preferred. Process information logically and able to use the result in appropriate applications to meet the requirements of the job. Handle normal and extraordinary situations well. Make sound legal and business decisions; understand and achieve business goals. Reliably organize work; work effectively and efficiently, prioritize work and anticipate business need. Manage multiple projects simultaneously with good results. Detail oriented. High level of commitment to excellent performance. Extend extra effort to ensure third parties and colleagues are treated according to bank WR's Mission Statement and policies. As directed, coordinate department's effort, within department or with other groups, to achieve departmental goals. Take leadership role in external activities; represents bank favorably at all times. Familiar with a wide variety of legal concepts, practices and procedures. Fully conversant with Microsoft Outlook and Word. Desirable: JD Degree from top tier law school and work experience in top tier national law firm and a large sophisticated financial institution. Ability to handle complex, confidential matters and the ability to work with different people as a team. Experience with web-based document distribution platform, such as iBabs, Director Access or Diligent. Securities law knowledge, broker-dealer knowledge, Dodd Frank knowledge, and swap dealer knowledge. Experience scheduling and managing regularly recurring meetings.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-03

Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property

Chicago IL Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property Duties: Develop intellectual property strategy, policies, and procedures. Handle patent and trademark preparation and prosecution. Review, interpret, and analyze agreements, advising clients and partners on rights and responsibilities related to those agreements, including in light of JPMorgan Chase policies and regulatory guidance. Advise and partner with the Technology Department's IP Strategy team. Manage patent and trademark enforcement matters, including opposition and cancellation proceedings, demand letters, UDRP proceedings, and online take-downs; advise on all patent litigation matters, in partnership with Litigation colleagues. Assist with trademark clearance, registration, and prosecution. Assist with clearance of third-party intellectual property and copyright matters. Perform IP due diligence in connection with potential investments, acquisitions, and divestitures. Perform legal research and prepare legal guidance documents. Provide intellectual property legal advice and counsel to internal clients and partners.

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. 10+ years of relevant intellectual property practicing experience in a law firm or corporate law department. Experience handling global intellectual property issues. In-house experience strongly preferred, including experience managing an in-house legal team. An alternative individual contributor role could be considered for experienced IP attorneys without in-house management experience. Familiarity with privacy, cybersecurity, contracting, M&A, and related regulatory and risk environments desirable. Must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-03

Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property

Columbus OH Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property Duties: Develop intellectual property strategy, policies, and procedures. Handle patent and trademark preparation and prosecution. Review, interpret, and analyze agreements, advising clients and partners on rights and responsibilities related to those agreements, including in light of JPMorgan Chase policies and regulatory guidance. Advise and partner with the Technology Department's IP Strategy team. Manage patent and trademark enforcement matters, including opposition and cancellation proceedings, demand letters, UDRP proceedings, and online take-downs; advise on all patent litigation matters, in partnership with Litigation colleagues. Assist with trademark clearance, registration, and prosecution. Assist with clearance of third-party intellectual property and copyright matters. Perform IP due diligence in connection with potential investments, acquisitions, and divestitures. Perform legal research and prepare legal guidance documents. Provide intellectual property legal advice and counsel to internal clients and partners.

Qualifications: JD Degree or educational equivalent required. 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. 10+ years of relevant intellectual property practicing experience in a law firm or corporate law department. Experience handling global intellectual property issues. In-house experience strongly preferred, including experience managing an in-house legal team. An alternative individual contributor role could be considered for experienced IP attorneys without in-house management experience. Familiarity with privacy, cybersecurity, contracting, M&A, and related regulatory and risk environments desirable. Must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-03

Intellectual Property Counsel

Golden CO Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Partner with the Company's research and development organizations, business units, and rest of the Legal department to provide counsel on a wide variety of IP related matters. Advise and counsel clients on various IP matters involving copyrights, patents, trademarks, and trade secrets. Directly perform, or manage outside IP counsel on, a wide variety of work product including drafting, filing, and prosecuting patent applications before the USPTO and foreign counterparts and drafting freedom-to-operate and/or invalidity opinions. Manage invention submission and review processes, active involvement with internal research and development / product development teams and evaluation of patentability of proposed innovations. Contribute to the Company's global IP strategy with a focus on alignment of the IP portfolio with the Company's business needs, priorities and resources. Provide strategic counsel and updates to the Company regarding the competitive IP landscape for the Company's product portfolio and IP issuing for the Company's competitors and customers. Maintain a solid understanding of the Company's businesses, technology and product goals, and challenges. Ability to counsel and meet the needs of multiple internal clients. Develop and deliver training to address knowledge needs in relevant areas of IP law for the applicable employee audience. Participate in M&A activities in relation to IP due diligence and transactional issues. Provide legal advice for marketing teams including review of promotional content and brand strategy involving trade names and trademarks. Work collaboratively with other in-house lawyers, scientists, and business partners to execute the Company's commercial strategy. Responsible for NDA review, management, and compliance. Demonstrate high integrity and ethics in all dealings. Professional maturity and confidence in expressing a point of view with management. Non-political. Independent of perceived popularity of the advice given. Keep informed of new developments in corporate legal matters and advises internal clients accordingly. Willing to work on the smallest and simplest, as well as the most complex, legal matters faced by the company. Must have Juris Doctor (JD) degree and licensed to practice law in the State of Colorado. Should have 10 years experience in a corporate legal environment and/or private practice on IP matters with preferred experience being in strategic intellectual property counseling, licensing, litigation management, and other complex business transactions, and in prioritizing multiple tasks under pressure. Preferred experience includes a materials science and/or engineering background. Working knowledge of transactional and commercial law, preferred. Admission before the United States Patent and Trademark Office required. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-03

Senior Director, Tax Counsel

New York City NY Senior Director, Tax Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Manage and develop research and planning initiatives that minimize worldwide income and non-income tax liabilities through transactional legal entity structuring and global cash flow planning. Responsible for the technical aspects of the Federal Compliance Assurance Process. Advise on and draft the tax aspects of external and inter-company transactions and agreements. Actively counsel tax department associates on positions and procedures for tax compliance and participate in global Accounting for Income Taxes (ASC 740). Act as a resource to internal business partners on tax-related matters including tax aspects of employee benefits and expatriate assignments, payroll tax compliance and controversy, sales and use tax nexus, and compliance. Juris Doctor is required. LLM and/or accounting or finance experience preferred. Must have familiarity with ASC 740. Should have 7+ years of increasingly responsible and varied corporate, law firm, or accounting firm experience. Must have broad experience in federal, state, and foreign, direct and indirect, tax planning and controversy . Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-03

Commercial Claims Litigation Specialist/claims Attorney

Westerville OH Commercial Claims Litigation Specialist/Claims Attorney Duties: Handle suits on third party litigated commercial general liability claim files, including collaborating with and managing outside counsel as assigned. Analyze coverage issues on litigated claim files, and claim files with potential for litigation. Assist with negotiations, mediations, arbitrations and settlement procedures as assigned. Attend and provide litigation advice in claim review meetings. Coordinate referral with AVP of Claims or VP of Claims on other litigated claims requests to outside counsel. Conduct legal research as necessary on pending suit files and as requested by other departments. Conduct audits of litigated claims files. Review company policy forms as needed. Research and write brief opinions on legal issues. Recommend reserve and payment changes as necessary for the file. Provide and report claims information to Senior Management on an as needed basis. Assist Forms Committee; propose changes/revisions/amendments to company policy forms make appropriate policy language recommendations and draft policy language for new forms. Must adhere to the company code of ethics. Other duties as assigned by General Counsel, Sr. Claims Management or Executive Management. Ability to interact with others in a professional manner. Attendance.

Qualifications: Bachelor Degree from a 4 year college or university. Experience adjusting commercial claims for an insurance carrier or an attorney experienced in litigating or handling insurance claims. Ability to analyze coverage submissions and provide assistance. Ability to prioritize, organize and plan work for self and others. Excellent customer service skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Superior problem-solving ability. Thorough knowledge of claim procedures, policies, terminology, etc. Computer proficient with Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel and Outlook. Possess State adjusting license(s) as applicable. Ensure assigned files are handled in good faith as defined by statute, case-law and Corporate standards.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-03

Commercial Claims Litigation Specialist/claims Attorney

Phoenix AZ Commercial Claims Litigation Specialist/Claims Attorney Duties: Handle suits on third party litigated commercial general liability claim files, including collaborating with and managing outside counsel as assigned. Analyze coverage issues on litigated claim files, and claim files with potential for litigation. Assist with negotiations, mediations, arbitrations and settlement procedures as assigned. Attend and provide litigation advice in claim review meetings. Coordinate referral with AVP of Claims or VP of Claims on other litigated claims requests to outside counsel. Conduct legal research as necessary on pending suit files and as requested by other departments. Conduct audits of litigated claims files. Review company policy forms as needed. Research and write brief opinions on legal issues. Recommend reserve and payment changes as necessary for the file. Provide and report claims information to Senior Management on an as needed basis. Assist Forms Committee; propose changes/revisions/amendments to company policy forms make appropriate policy language recommendations and draft policy language for new forms. Must adhere to the company code of ethics. Other duties as assigned by General Counsel, Sr. Claims Management or Executive Management. Ability to interact with others in a professional manner. Attendance.

Qualifications: Bachelor Degree from a 4 year college or university. Experience adjusting commercial claims for an insurance carrier or an attorney experienced in litigating or handling insurance claims. Ability to analyze coverage submissions and provide assistance. Ability to prioritize, organize and plan work for self and others. Excellent customer service skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Superior problem-solving ability. Thorough knowledge of claim procedures, policies, terminology, etc. Computer proficient with Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel and Outlook. Possess State adjusting license(s) as applicable. Ensure assigned files are handled in good faith as defined by statute, case-law and Corporate standards.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-03

Assistant General Counsel - Corporate

Irving TX Assistant General Counsel - Corporate The candidate will be responsible for: Lead acquisition and joint venture transactions and project development initiatives, including deal structuring, drafting, negotiation and due diligence. Work across the Company's business departments (including corporate development and finance) to provide legal counsel and guidance, including with respect to compliance and risk assessment and mitigation. Provide legal support in connection with financings, construction, O&M and services and other vendor agreements. Assist in the Company's contract and regulatory compliance and document management and control efforts. Must have excellent academic credentials. Should have 4+ years of experience at a law firm, as in-house counsel or a combination of both. Must have experience in a variety of corporate transactions (including M&A and joint ventures), with substantial involvement in structuring and managing transactions and reviewing, drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts. Should have experience aligning the interests of multiple stakeholders in complex projects. Must have experience managing outside counsel, including with respect to budget compliance. Should have experience interacting with senior executives. Electric utility industry experience preferred. Exposure to public power entities and electric cooperatives desired. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-03

Associate Counsel I Corporate Counsel (Real Estate); Transactions; Litigation

Bethlehem PA Associate Counsel I - Corporate Counsel (Real Estate); Transactions; Litigation The candidate will be leading the litigation and workout of defaulted commercial loans, confession of judgments, forbearance, loan modifications, receiverships, and the management of outside counsel, where necessary. Spearhead and execute corporate and litigation strategy related to defaulted loans. Effectively prosecute and resolve defaulted loans minimizing risk to the company. Review and negotiate commercial loan documents and agreements. Review and evaluate title matters, liens and encumbrances. Develop relations with and effectively manage outside counsel when necessary. Serve as Broker of Record for DLP Realty LLC (the company's real estate brokerage company). Assists with a wide-range of various legal issues that arise in the course of business operations relating to brokerage, transactions, construction, employment, disputes, and corporate matters. Effectively handle and resolve company claims and litigation matters. Draft and review a variety of legal documents including corporate documents, purchase agreements, leases, joint venture agreements, vendor contracts, employment agreements, development, and management agreements. Provide legal analysis, strategy and solutions in a legally sound manner that balances risks with achievement of the company's goals and objectives. Must have D from an accredited law school. Should have 5+ years of in-depth experience in areas of general corporate matters, real estate, commercial loan defaults, and litigation; preferably at a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Must be in good standing as an active member of the Pennsylvania Bar. Be in good standing as an active member of the New Jersey Bar (or willing to obtain). Knowledge and experience in commercial loans, defaults, workouts, and litigation required. Should have knowledge and experience in general corporate business matters and contract law. Knowledge and experience in real estate transactional matters essential. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-03
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Counsel, Associate
In-House,Imperial Irrigation District
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The Imperial Irrigation District a public utility located in southeastern CA is seeking a Counsel, Associate to provide expert and technical counsel to the Board of Directors on major legal and business matters; act as counsel to the Energy departmen... + read more

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Corporate Counsel
In-House,yardi systems
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The Yardi legal department seeks a highly motivated individual with at least five years of litigation experience to join our legal team. The position is primarily located at our headquarters in Santa Barbara but will require travel as needed to Bosto... + read more

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Associate Regional Director, Dispute Resolution
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Senior Commercial Contracts Counsel
Refer job# LUXI150411
 
Senior Commercial Contracts Counsel The candidate will serve as first US based counsel, will take an entrepreneurial approach and serve as a key voice in the room providing advice to growing Teams, Enterprise and Education (TEE) team in Austin, TX. Will help Company to continue its growth and success in the US, with a focus on TEE products including Company for Enterprise product, Company for Education and strategic partnerships. Will join a dynamic global legal team working on a variety of innovative legal issues across the entire company. Will be required to leverage expertise, good judgement and strong business sense to help us grow Company in the US, while assessing and mitigating legal risk. Act as the primary legal advisor to our US-based TEE team, including with regard to local compliance and setup of a physical office in Austin, TX. Review, draft and negotiate commercial agreements including for Company for Enterprise, Company for Education, reseller agreements and other strategic partnerships. Respond promptly to legal requests from the enterprise sales team in the US, and implement scalable and effective processes to effectively manage these requests as we scale. Keep current on relevant industry standards, laws, and regulations. Develop and deliver training and scalable written guidance to the TEE team. Have a strong technical background and significant hands-on experience in SaaS contracting at a rapidly growing technology company. Have excellent communication skills and can make complex communications simple. Minimum requirements: Admission to one bar (California preferred). 8+ years practicing law (though more experience is welcome). Hands on in-house experience at a rapidly growing SaaS business.
 
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Vice President-Senior Counsel and Assistant Board and Corporate Secretary
Refer job# KACU150376
 
Vice President-Senior Counsel and Assistant Board and Corporate Secretary Duties: Assist in the coordination of the preparation of Board and Committee agendas and Action Item lists; Assists the RGC in organizing and servicing the Board, and Committee meetings in accordance with any procedures agreed upon by the Board from time to time, and coordinating the preparation and distribution of appropriate notices, agendas, and supporting documents; Attend all Board and Board Committee meetings and act as Senior Counsel and Assistant Secretary at each such meeting or arrange for a suitable person to act as Senior Counsel and Assistant Secretary on his or her behalf when necessary; Assist in the preparation and circulation of minutes of meetings and assist in ensuring that the details of the resolutions and decisions are in order so that proper account of them is taken by the Board; Assist in providing, or arranging for the provision of, advice to the Board in relation to corporate governance issues; Effectively communicate with stakeholders to ensure corporate governance at the UAH North America Board and Committees and NAET levels are adhered to; and Prepare communications on Board related matters; and Perform such other functions as the Chairs and RGC may reasonably specify from time to time. The Senior Counsel and Assistant Secretary shall also: Support the RGC in the coordination and preparation of NAET meetings, including organizing, attending and conducting post action item follow up on NAET offsite meetings; Draft revisions to policy and governance documents on behalf of UAH, North America Board and its Committees, and the NAET, in accordance with current applicable laws; Assist with special projects as applicable; Provide advice and counsel on legal and regulatory matters involving the Bank, including without limitation Dodd-Frank, the Bank Holding Company Act, and other related foreign banking related regulatory matters; Actively and consistently demonstrate the cultural practices of Rabobank and the Region; Complete all mandatory training within a timely basis, as instructed; Be familiar with and comply with laws, regulations and internal policies and procedures that are applicable to required job duties; Understand and comply with all of Rabobank WR's anti-money laundering, compliance and all other applicable laws and regulations; and Provide advice and counsel on legal and regulatory matters involving the Bank, including without limitation Delaware corporate law, Dodd-Frank, Regulation YY, the Bank Holding Company Act, and other related foreign banking related regulatory matters. In connection with stakeholders and document owners, lead the annual review of UAH, North America Board and Board Committees, and North America Executive Team governing documents. Work collaboratively with other members of the Legal team to ensure the consistent administration of the books and records of UAH and its subsidiaries. Prepare such documents and filings as may be necessary for the governance of any of Rabobank's various North American entities, including but not limited to certificates of organization, articles of incorporation, operating agreements, bylaws, and such documents, applications and filings as may be necessary for relevant licenses and permits; Assist in creating, managing, and updating relevant policies, procedures and processes; Assist in responding to internal and external audits and exams; and Provide advice and counsel on other legal and business matters as required. Complete all mandatory training Comply with code of conduct and Bank policies/ procedures. Actively identify incidents outside of established policies and procedures and report to management immediately.

Qualifications: Law Degree and 10 years of experience with at least 6+ years of experience in the area of assisting in the management of corporate boards required. License to practice law in the state of Missouri or other state with the ability to become licensed in Missouri. Experience drafting detailed minutes; alternatively, experience synthesizing lengthy oral discussions into detailed summaries. Experience with Delaware business entity laws (corporate, limited liability company, etc.). Familiarity with corporate governance principles required. Strong knowledge of the regulatory environment for Bank Holding Companies and/or of foreign banks doing business in the U.S. preferred. Process information logically and able to use the result in appropriate applications to meet the requirements of the job. Handle normal and extraordinary situations well. Make sound legal and business decisions; understand and achieve business goals. Reliably organize work; work effectively and efficiently, prioritize work and anticipate business need. Manage multiple projects simultaneously with good results. Detail oriented. High level of commitment to excellent performance. Extend extra effort to ensure third parties and colleagues are treated according to bank WR's Mission Statement and policies. As directed, coordinate department's effort, within department or with other groups, to achieve departmental goals. Take leadership role in external activities; represents bank favorably at all times. Familiar with a wide variety of legal concepts, practices and procedures. Fully conversant with Microsoft Outlook and Word. Desirable: JD Degree from top tier law school and work experience in top tier national law firm and a large sophisticated financial institution. Ability to handle complex, confidential matters and the ability to work with different people as a team. Experience with web-based document distribution platform, such as iBabs, Director Access or Diligent. Securities law knowledge, broker-dealer knowledge, Dodd Frank knowledge, and swap dealer knowledge. Experience scheduling and managing regularly recurring meetings.
 
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Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property
Refer job# QWSH150377
 
Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property Duties: Develop intellectual property strategy, policies, and procedures. Handle patent and trademark preparation and prosecution. Review, interpret, and analyze agreements, advising clients and partners on rights and responsibilities related to those agreements, including in light of JPMorgan Chase policies and regulatory guidance. Advise and partner with the Technology Department's IP Strategy team. Manage patent and trademark enforcement matters, including opposition and cancellation proceedings, demand letters, UDRP proceedings, and online take-downs; advise on all patent litigation matters, in partnership with Litigation colleagues. Assist with trademark clearance, registration, and prosecution. Assist with clearance of third-party intellectual property and copyright matters. Perform IP due diligence in connection with potential investments, acquisitions, and divestitures. Perform legal research and prepare legal guidance documents. Provide intellectual property legal advice and counsel to internal clients and partners.

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. 10+ years of relevant intellectual property practicing experience in a law firm or corporate law department. Experience handling global intellectual property issues. In-house experience strongly preferred, including experience managing an in-house legal team. An alternative individual contributor role could be considered for experienced IP attorneys without in-house management experience. Familiarity with privacy, cybersecurity, contracting, M&A, and related regulatory and risk environments desirable. Must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment.
 
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Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property
Refer job# WTTJ150378
 
Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Intellectual Property Duties: Develop intellectual property strategy, policies, and procedures. Handle patent and trademark preparation and prosecution. Review, interpret, and analyze agreements, advising clients and partners on rights and responsibilities related to those agreements, including in light of JPMorgan Chase policies and regulatory guidance. Advise and partner with the Technology Department's IP Strategy team. Manage patent and trademark enforcement matters, including opposition and cancellation proceedings, demand letters, UDRP proceedings, and online take-downs; advise on all patent litigation matters, in partnership with Litigation colleagues. Assist with trademark clearance, registration, and prosecution. Assist with clearance of third-party intellectual property and copyright matters. Perform IP due diligence in connection with potential investments, acquisitions, and divestitures. Perform legal research and prepare legal guidance documents. Provide intellectual property legal advice and counsel to internal clients and partners.

Qualifications: JD Degree or educational equivalent required. 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. 10+ years of relevant intellectual property practicing experience in a law firm or corporate law department. Experience handling global intellectual property issues. In-house experience strongly preferred, including experience managing an in-house legal team. An alternative individual contributor role could be considered for experienced IP attorneys without in-house management experience. Familiarity with privacy, cybersecurity, contracting, M&A, and related regulatory and risk environments desirable. Must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment.
 
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Intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# OWQC150379
 
Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Partner with the Company's research and development organizations, business units, and rest of the Legal department to provide counsel on a wide variety of IP related matters. Advise and counsel clients on various IP matters involving copyrights, patents, trademarks, and trade secrets. Directly perform, or manage outside IP counsel on, a wide variety of work product including drafting, filing, and prosecuting patent applications before the USPTO and foreign counterparts and drafting freedom-to-operate and/or invalidity opinions. Manage invention submission and review processes, active involvement with internal research and development / product development teams and evaluation of patentability of proposed innovations. Contribute to the Company's global IP strategy with a focus on alignment of the IP portfolio with the Company's business needs, priorities and resources. Provide strategic counsel and updates to the Company regarding the competitive IP landscape for the Company's product portfolio and IP issuing for the Company's competitors and customers. Maintain a solid understanding of the Company's businesses, technology and product goals, and challenges. Ability to counsel and meet the needs of multiple internal clients. Develop and deliver training to address knowledge needs in relevant areas of IP law for the applicable employee audience. Participate in M&A activities in relation to IP due diligence and transactional issues. Provide legal advice for marketing teams including review of promotional content and brand strategy involving trade names and trademarks. Work collaboratively with other in-house lawyers, scientists, and business partners to execute the Company's commercial strategy. Responsible for NDA review, management, and compliance. Demonstrate high integrity and ethics in all dealings. Professional maturity and confidence in expressing a point of view with management. Non-political. Independent of perceived popularity of the advice given. Keep informed of new developments in corporate legal matters and advises internal clients accordingly. Willing to work on the smallest and simplest, as well as the most complex, legal matters faced by the company. Must have Juris Doctor (JD) degree and licensed to practice law in the State of Colorado. Should have 10 years experience in a corporate legal environment and/or private practice on IP matters with preferred experience being in strategic intellectual property counseling, licensing, litigation management, and other complex business transactions, and in prioritizing multiple tasks under pressure. Preferred experience includes a materials science and/or engineering background. Working knowledge of transactional and commercial law, preferred. Admission before the United States Patent and Trademark Office required.
 
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Senior Director, Tax Counsel
Refer job# WOSM150380
 
Senior Director, Tax Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Manage and develop research and planning initiatives that minimize worldwide income and non-income tax liabilities through transactional legal entity structuring and global cash flow planning. Responsible for the technical aspects of the Federal Compliance Assurance Process. Advise on and draft the tax aspects of external and inter-company transactions and agreements. Actively counsel tax department associates on positions and procedures for tax compliance and participate in global Accounting for Income Taxes (ASC 740). Act as a resource to internal business partners on tax-related matters including tax aspects of employee benefits and expatriate assignments, payroll tax compliance and controversy, sales and use tax nexus, and compliance. Juris Doctor is required. LLM and/or accounting or finance experience preferred. Must have familiarity with ASC 740. Should have 7+ years of increasingly responsible and varied corporate, law firm, or accounting firm experience. Must have broad experience in federal, state, and foreign, direct and indirect, tax planning and controversy .
 
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Commercial Claims Litigation Specialist/claims Attorney
Refer job# WMQW150381
 
Commercial Claims Litigation Specialist/Claims Attorney Duties: Handle suits on third party litigated commercial general liability claim files, including collaborating with and managing outside counsel as assigned. Analyze coverage issues on litigated claim files, and claim files with potential for litigation. Assist with negotiations, mediations, arbitrations and settlement procedures as assigned. Attend and provide litigation advice in claim review meetings. Coordinate referral with AVP of Claims or VP of Claims on other litigated claims requests to outside counsel. Conduct legal research as necessary on pending suit files and as requested by other departments. Conduct audits of litigated claims files. Review company policy forms as needed. Research and write brief opinions on legal issues. Recommend reserve and payment changes as necessary for the file. Provide and report claims information to Senior Management on an as needed basis. Assist Forms Committee; propose changes/revisions/amendments to company policy forms make appropriate policy language recommendations and draft policy language for new forms. Must adhere to the company code of ethics. Other duties as assigned by General Counsel, Sr. Claims Management or Executive Management. Ability to interact with others in a professional manner. Attendance.

Qualifications: Bachelor Degree from a 4 year college or university. Experience adjusting commercial claims for an insurance carrier or an attorney experienced in litigating or handling insurance claims. Ability to analyze coverage submissions and provide assistance. Ability to prioritize, organize and plan work for self and others. Excellent customer service skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Superior problem-solving ability. Thorough knowledge of claim procedures, policies, terminology, etc. Computer proficient with Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel and Outlook. Possess State adjusting license(s) as applicable. Ensure assigned files are handled in good faith as defined by statute, case-law and Corporate standards.
 
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Commercial Claims Litigation Specialist/claims Attorney
Refer job# YSOW150382
 
Commercial Claims Litigation Specialist/Claims Attorney Duties: Handle suits on third party litigated commercial general liability claim files, including collaborating with and managing outside counsel as assigned. Analyze coverage issues on litigated claim files, and claim files with potential for litigation. Assist with negotiations, mediations, arbitrations and settlement procedures as assigned. Attend and provide litigation advice in claim review meetings. Coordinate referral with AVP of Claims or VP of Claims on other litigated claims requests to outside counsel. Conduct legal research as necessary on pending suit files and as requested by other departments. Conduct audits of litigated claims files. Review company policy forms as needed. Research and write brief opinions on legal issues. Recommend reserve and payment changes as necessary for the file. Provide and report claims information to Senior Management on an as needed basis. Assist Forms Committee; propose changes/revisions/amendments to company policy forms make appropriate policy language recommendations and draft policy language for new forms. Must adhere to the company code of ethics. Other duties as assigned by General Counsel, Sr. Claims Management or Executive Management. Ability to interact with others in a professional manner. Attendance.

Qualifications: Bachelor Degree from a 4 year college or university. Experience adjusting commercial claims for an insurance carrier or an attorney experienced in litigating or handling insurance claims. Ability to analyze coverage submissions and provide assistance. Ability to prioritize, organize and plan work for self and others. Excellent customer service skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Superior problem-solving ability. Thorough knowledge of claim procedures, policies, terminology, etc. Computer proficient with Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel and Outlook. Possess State adjusting license(s) as applicable. Ensure assigned files are handled in good faith as defined by statute, case-law and Corporate standards.
 
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Assistant General Counsel - Corporate
Refer job# YUNJ150383
 
Assistant General Counsel - Corporate The candidate will be responsible for: Lead acquisition and joint venture transactions and project development initiatives, including deal structuring, drafting, negotiation and due diligence. Work across the Company's business departments (including corporate development and finance) to provide legal counsel and guidance, including with respect to compliance and risk assessment and mitigation. Provide legal support in connection with financings, construction, O&M and services and other vendor agreements. Assist in the Company's contract and regulatory compliance and document management and control efforts. Must have excellent academic credentials. Should have 4+ years of experience at a law firm, as in-house counsel or a combination of both. Must have experience in a variety of corporate transactions (including M&A and joint ventures), with substantial involvement in structuring and managing transactions and reviewing, drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts. Should have experience aligning the interests of multiple stakeholders in complex projects. Must have experience managing outside counsel, including with respect to budget compliance. Should have experience interacting with senior executives. Electric utility industry experience preferred. Exposure to public power entities and electric cooperatives desired.
 
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Associate Counsel I Corporate Counsel (Real Estate); Transactions; Litigation
Refer job# VPEM150384
 
Associate Counsel I - Corporate Counsel (Real Estate); Transactions; Litigation The candidate will be leading the litigation and workout of defaulted commercial loans, confession of judgments, forbearance, loan modifications, receiverships, and the management of outside counsel, where necessary. Spearhead and execute corporate and litigation strategy related to defaulted loans. Effectively prosecute and resolve defaulted loans minimizing risk to the company. Review and negotiate commercial loan documents and agreements. Review and evaluate title matters, liens and encumbrances. Develop relations with and effectively manage outside counsel when necessary. Serve as Broker of Record for DLP Realty LLC (the company's real estate brokerage company). Assists with a wide-range of various legal issues that arise in the course of business operations relating to brokerage, transactions, construction, employment, disputes, and corporate matters. Effectively handle and resolve company claims and litigation matters. Draft and review a variety of legal documents including corporate documents, purchase agreements, leases, joint venture agreements, vendor contracts, employment agreements, development, and management agreements. Provide legal analysis, strategy and solutions in a legally sound manner that balances risks with achievement of the company's goals and objectives. Must have D from an accredited law school. Should have 5+ years of in-depth experience in areas of general corporate matters, real estate, commercial loan defaults, and litigation; preferably at a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Must be in good standing as an active member of the Pennsylvania Bar. Be in good standing as an active member of the New Jersey Bar (or willing to obtain). Knowledge and experience in commercial loans, defaults, workouts, and litigation required. Should have knowledge and experience in general corporate business matters and contract law. Knowledge and experience in real estate transactional matters essential.
 
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