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Privacy and Litigation Counsel

San Francisco CA Privacy and Litigation Counsel The candidate will be responsible to develop, implement, and maintain privacy and data policies and strategies across the company with key regulatory requirements, including the CCPA, in mind. Work collaboratively across all teams including Engineering, Product, and Compliance. Gain an intimate understanding backend engineering structure and the flow of data through all services and systems. Hire and work with third-party vendors and outside counsel as needed for litigation, compliance, or audit purposes.

The candidate must have a J.D. and admission to the California Bar or the ability to practice in-house. 2 to 5 years of experience at a law firm or in-house, with at least 2 years focusing on privacy and experience with litigation is required. Experience advising technology companies on risk assessments, privacy compliance and cybersecurity best practices is critical. Must be comfortable managing projects in a fast-paced environment and evolving industry where your decisions have a direct impact on the company. Should be a strong oral advocate with outstanding writing, research, negotiating, and interpersonal skills. Must be positive and enthusiastic, thrive when working with others, and show passion for working in the cannabis industry.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2018-12-11

Legal Counsel-Corporate Transactions

Kenilworth NJ Legal Counsel- Corporate Transactions The candidate will work closely with management in business development and licensing functions on complex legal transactions led by the Company s Corporate, Merck research Laboratories, Manufacturing, Vaccines and Animal Health Divisions in support of global and strategic international transactions. Provide both deal and strategic advice to business development, management and executive clients. Negotiate and draft highly sophisticated merger and acquisition (M&A), joint venture, licensing, collaboration and other transaction agreements. Advise on relevant antitrust analysis for transactions (including, in conjunction with outside counsel, US Fair Trade Commission and international antitrust authorities (Ministry of Commerce, Peoples Republic of China, European Commission, Korean Fair Trade Commission, Japanese Fair Trade Commission), and Securities and Exchange Commission) and corporate laws impacting various projects. Supervise activities and manage relationships with outside transaction counsel and local law counsel, as needed, to support transactions. Exercise judgment to drive decisions on routine and non-routine matters within area of practice, provide legal services, advice and guidance that is consistent with law and company policy.

The candidate must have a Juris Doctor Degree from an accredited U.S. law school, with admission to the Bar of New Jersey or the New York State Bar with a limited in-house license for the practice of law in the state of New Jersey. Must have 3+ years experience (in a law firm or corporate setting) representing U.S. and foreign strategic investors, venture capital and private equity funds, and corporations in domestic and cross-border M&A, joint ventures, strategic alliances, licensing and collaboration transactions, investments and spin-outs. Experience in negotiating and drafting legal agreements related to such transactions, required. Experience in M&A transactions, pharmaceutical commercialization and supply agreements and intellectual property licensing transactions in the biopharmaceutical industry, also required. Must have excellent teamwork, communication (written and oral) and analytical skills. Experience in managing a significant workload, with the ability to juggle multiple transactions simultaneously, required. Experience working on transactions with non-US parties, especially in Asia, required.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-07

US Tax Counsel - Assistant Vice President

Denver CO US Tax Counsel - Assistant Vice President The candidate will be responsible for supporting the investment professionals, mainly in New York and Denver, in the tax due diligence and tax structuring aspects across Partners Group's business lines (Private Equity / Private Real Estate / Private Infrastructure and Private Debt) on direct and fund investments. This includes close interaction with the commercial teams and coordination of the external tax advisors. Monitoring existing investments in relation to their tax efficiency (e.g. anticipate and react to legislative changes) and pro-actively design and suggest alternatives where required. Supporting the Global Head of Investment Tax Services in strategic tax projects. Supporting our wider teams (e.g. Transaction Services, Tax Operations, Client Solutions and Structuring Services etc.) on U.S. and international tax matters.

The candidate should have an in-depth understanding of U.S. and international tax as well as the dynamics of M&A transactions. Key attributes will include: 7 to 10 years of relevant professional experience in U.S. and international tax law; as an in-house tax counsel at a private equity firm / asset manager or in an M&A related tax advisory role within an international accounting or law firm, experience in tax operations being a plus.Detail oriented with excellent analytical, communication and project management skills is needed. Should have top academic credentials; BA in finance or accounting or a JD in law. Should be Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and / or an advanced degree (e.g. Masters of Accounting, MBA, L.L.M., etc.). Should have proficiency in Microsoft Office, in particular Excel and PowerPoint. Foreign languages are a plus.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2018-12-07

Counsel-regulatory And Privacy

Cedar Rapids IA Counsel - Regulatory and Privacy The candidate: Supports and builds infrastructure and processes to support increasing and new client requirements arising from the growth of the third party asset management business. Additionally, as compliance and regulatory infrastructure is built out, this position could evolve into also providing coverage of regulatory and governmental affairs. Advises on various distribution and compliance issues. Negotiates variety of agreements and creates controls to implement requirements from agreements. Effectively identifies applicable new and emerging laws and trends. Synthesizes such data in order to effect changes to relevant Company practices, policies and protocols. Helps affected areas implement necessary adaptations such that the Company is compliant with applicable law and desired business standards and that the same can then be tested by second and third line functions. Assists other AAM attorneys with variety of other projects needed to support 2020 initiatives, improve control environment and backfill as necessary. Provides legal support to operations. Investigates and analyzes various factual scenarios and ambiguous situations without much instruction. Supports various members of legal team and play different roles across a number of functions as needs from 2020 growth objectives arise. Advises other legal team members and the business on legal requirements and practical solutions for addressing them. Evaluates rules, risks and give practical guidance to facilitate solutions while appropriately mitigating regulatory risk. Developing a clear view on rules that may be ambiguous in their application. JD degree is required. State Bar admission is essential. Should have 0-6 years of experience. Legal 0 - 6 Full-time 2018-12-07

Counsel - Regulatory and Privacy

Chicago IL Counsel - Regulatory and Privacy The candidate: Supports and builds infrastructure and processes to support increasing and new client requirements arising from the growth of the third party asset management business. Additionally, as compliance and regulatory infrastructure is built out, this position could evolve into also providing coverage of regulatory and governmental affairs. Advises on various distribution and compliance issues. Negotiates variety of agreements and creates controls to implement requirements from agreements. Effectively identifies applicable new and emerging laws and trends. Synthesizes such data in order to effect changes to relevant Company practices, policies and protocols. Helps affected areas implement necessary adaptations such that the Company is compliant with applicable law and desired business standards and that the same can then be tested by second and third line functions. Assists other AAM attorneys with variety of other projects needed to support 2020 initiatives, improve control environment and backfill as necessary. Provides legal support to operations. Investigates and analyzes various factual scenarios and ambiguous situations without much instruction. Supports various members of legal team and play different roles across a number of functions as needs from 2020 growth objectives arise. Advises other legal team members and the business on legal requirements and practical solutions for addressing them. Evaluates rules, risks and give practical guidance to facilitate solutions while appropriately mitigating regulatory risk. Developing a clear view on rules that may be ambiguous in their application. JD degree is required. State Bar admission is essential. Should have 0-6 years of experience. Legal 0 - 6 Full-time 2018-12-07

Corporate Counsel

Middleton WI Corporate Counsel The candidate will be assisting the General Counsel in providing exceptional legal services through superior problem solving, communication and negotiation skills. Will be reviewing business practices and policies of the organization to meet regulatory requirements. Protecting the organization from legal action and assisting in the preparation and management of its legal defense. Drafting, reviewing, negotiating and administering contracts, licenses, leases and other agreements. Supporting and assisting maintenance of the organization s intellectual property portfolio. Coordinating external legal resources as needed. Researching, anticipating and guarding the organization against legal risks. Analyzing business opportunities and acquisitions, joint ventures, and strategic partnerships; Preparation of LOIs; Acquisition project management; Integration project management. Reviewing and negotiating contracts for all other departments and affiliate companies with vendors, partners, and other external entities. Performing other similar or related duties as requested or assigned. Completing special projects and requests in a timely and positive fashion.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree. Must have Law degree and must be admitted to one State Bar and be in good standing. Wisconsin State Bar membership is preferred. Must have 1-3 years of legal experience in business law, corporate law, or related practice(s). Excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills, ability to get along with diverse personalities essential. Superior organizational, research, problem-solving and negotiating skills needed. Computer skills required (contract management software, Excel, Word, Internet Explorer, Windows).
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2018-12-07

Corporate Counsel

Indianapolis IN Corporate Counsel The candidate will maintain legal responsibility for commercial transactions, including providing advice and support to business clients on a variety of legal and business issues. Will draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of contracts to meet business and legal requirements, including supplier agreements, confidentiality agreements, and asset disposition agreements. Collaborate with Strategic Sourcing, Service Strategy, IT, and other departments to analyze and negotiate business and legal contract terms. Work with outside counsel and coordinate legal advice from subject matter experts. Assist with the oversight and management of the company s corporate compliance program. Provide counsel and legal support on business and healthcare regulatory matters. Advise and counsel the business team on risk management and compliance with federal and state laws and regulations. Provide guidance to and manage collections process in conjunction with the company s finance team. Assist as needed with overall legal department responsibilities, including management of internal legal responses in accordance with agreed-upon response metrics. Assist with legal education presentations to internal business partners.

The candidate should have a Juris doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school with accompanying state licensure. Must have 2+ years of corporate law experience. Relevant experience in the areas of contracting and risk management essential. Knowledge of the health care or medical device industry desired.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-07

Senior Corporate and Securities Counsel

Reston VA Senior Corporate and Securities Counsel The candidate organizes, directs and provides legal support for firm s public company filings under the direction of the Vice President and Associate General Counsel and the General Counsel. Provides legal support to the Corporate Secretarial function of firm, including assisting in the drafting, preparation and review of quarterly meeting materials as well as creating and uploading materials to the Company s electronic Board portal. Assists with developing, maintaining and operating the Company s quarterly disclosure controls and processes. Provides legal support for the maintenance of the Company s domestic and international subsidiaries and for any corporate transactions, including any debt or equity transactions undertaken by the Company. Monitors and maintains awareness of pending regulations and developments that are relevant to the Company s business interests, particularly relating to corporate governance and public company matters. Supervises and coordinates with outside counsel as necessary. Demonstrates cross-functional leadership and effective team-building skills inside and outside the Law Department.

The candidate should have JD degree from accredited law school. Should have 10-15 years of legal experience with prior experience in a law firm. Experience with federal and state securities laws, with particular focus on 34 Act and 33 Act filings is essential. Experience with corporate governance requirements (including charters and regulatory requirements) is needed. Experience drafting and reviewing SEC filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, Proxy Statements, and Section 16 filings is essential. Experience with drafting and maintenance of corporate records and minute books is needed. Experience with Nasdaq-listed companies essential. Experience with maintenance of foreign subsidiaries needed.
Legal 10 - 15 Full-time 2018-12-07

Associate General Counsel - Contracts

Las Vegas NV Associate General Counsel - Contracts The Candidate will be responsible to review contracts and commitments assigned to attorney in the Company s contract management system. Negotiate, draft, advise on and approve agreements and contracts. Ensure that contracts and commitments conform to the Company s required standards, including anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, related laws and compliance guidelines before approving. Assist operational departments in translating the Company s objectives in any financial commitment into effective and enforceable contract language. Review all contractual materials to ensure compliance with legal requirements. Offer counsel on a variety of legal issues. Manage various projects and deadlines. Research unique legal issues involving the organization by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions, and codes and keep abreast of legislative changes that may affect the Company and its affiliates. Perform pre-litigation work to minimize risks and maximize legal rights. Develop solutions to complex legal questions. Provide training to the Company and its affiliates on substantive legal topics. Attend regular attorney meetings. Draft, review, interpret and negotiate a variety of contracts and agreements for Company s operational departments and affiliates. Analyze and summarize complex documents and provide advice on legal issues, operational and transactional matters. Prepare legal memoranda and research legal issues. Interpret laws, rulings, and regulations. Able to juggle and manage a barrage of competing priorities, demands and tasks. Remains unflappable - maintains poise and composure.

The candidate should have proof of authorization/eligibility to work in the United States with a Juris Doctor or equivalent, as well as membership in at least one State or D.C. Bar. Must hold a Nevada law license or be eligible for a Nevada in-house license upon hiring and had 3-7 years of sophisticated commercial contract experience gained at a top-tier law firm or equivalent experience; in-house experience a plus. Excellent written and spoken communication skills, with strong drafting and negotiation skills. Strong analytic and problem-solving skills. Good working knowledge of IT environment and security, privacy and cloud based services, and intellectual property and commercial contracting. Must possess extensive knowledge of business and the ability to work collaboratively and communicate with the Company s management team. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively with guests and other Team Members of different backgrounds and levels of experience. Must be able to work varied shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays.
Legal 3 - 7 Full-time 2018-12-07

Attorney/Corporate Counsel

Houston TX Attorney/Corporate Counsel The candidate will perform in-house counsel regulatory and corporate law duties, including legal research and analysis, contract review, and support of various departments as assigned. Will draft various types of legal documents, conduct general corporate legal work and develop a legal strategy to address issues faced by the departments assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree from an accredited law school with ranking within the top 25% of the class. Must have 3-5 years of experience dealing with a wide variety of legal issues (litigation, drafting agreements, handling various types of land issues and working with contracts a clear benefit). Licensures in Texas essential. Excellent communication, research and writing skills needed. Must have a strong grasp on the fundamentals of the legal process (issue identification, researching the governing law, investigating the facts and analysis), have the required legal analytical and writing skills, and a clear, logical mind.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2018-12-07
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Deputy General Counsel, Hospital Operations, Henry Ford Health System
In-House,Henry Ford Health System
Location : Detroit Michigan United States

Henry Ford Health System is seeking a Deputy General Counsel, Hospital Operations that is responsible for the hospital operations team and activities related to multiple HFHS hospital campuses.  PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Assists... + read more

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Associate Attorney
In-House,DocMagic
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Sr. Commercial Counsel
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Privacy and Litigation Counsel
Refer job# ONPD141615
 
Privacy and Litigation Counsel The candidate will be responsible to develop, implement, and maintain privacy and data policies and strategies across the company with key regulatory requirements, including the CCPA, in mind. Work collaboratively across all teams including Engineering, Product, and Compliance. Gain an intimate understanding backend engineering structure and the flow of data through all services and systems. Hire and work with third-party vendors and outside counsel as needed for litigation, compliance, or audit purposes.

The candidate must have a J.D. and admission to the California Bar or the ability to practice in-house. 2 to 5 years of experience at a law firm or in-house, with at least 2 years focusing on privacy and experience with litigation is required. Experience advising technology companies on risk assessments, privacy compliance and cybersecurity best practices is critical. Must be comfortable managing projects in a fast-paced environment and evolving industry where your decisions have a direct impact on the company. Should be a strong oral advocate with outstanding writing, research, negotiating, and interpersonal skills. Must be positive and enthusiastic, thrive when working with others, and show passion for working in the cannabis industry.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal Counsel-Corporate Transactions
Refer job# KOOF141586
 
Legal Counsel- Corporate Transactions The candidate will work closely with management in business development and licensing functions on complex legal transactions led by the Company s Corporate, Merck research Laboratories, Manufacturing, Vaccines and Animal Health Divisions in support of global and strategic international transactions. Provide both deal and strategic advice to business development, management and executive clients. Negotiate and draft highly sophisticated merger and acquisition (M&A), joint venture, licensing, collaboration and other transaction agreements. Advise on relevant antitrust analysis for transactions (including, in conjunction with outside counsel, US Fair Trade Commission and international antitrust authorities (Ministry of Commerce, Peoples Republic of China, European Commission, Korean Fair Trade Commission, Japanese Fair Trade Commission), and Securities and Exchange Commission) and corporate laws impacting various projects. Supervise activities and manage relationships with outside transaction counsel and local law counsel, as needed, to support transactions. Exercise judgment to drive decisions on routine and non-routine matters within area of practice, provide legal services, advice and guidance that is consistent with law and company policy.

The candidate must have a Juris Doctor Degree from an accredited U.S. law school, with admission to the Bar of New Jersey or the New York State Bar with a limited in-house license for the practice of law in the state of New Jersey. Must have 3+ years experience (in a law firm or corporate setting) representing U.S. and foreign strategic investors, venture capital and private equity funds, and corporations in domestic and cross-border M&A, joint ventures, strategic alliances, licensing and collaboration transactions, investments and spin-outs. Experience in negotiating and drafting legal agreements related to such transactions, required. Experience in M&A transactions, pharmaceutical commercialization and supply agreements and intellectual property licensing transactions in the biopharmaceutical industry, also required. Must have excellent teamwork, communication (written and oral) and analytical skills. Experience in managing a significant workload, with the ability to juggle multiple transactions simultaneously, required. Experience working on transactions with non-US parties, especially in Asia, required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
US Tax Counsel - Assistant Vice President
Refer job# TRPT141587
 
US Tax Counsel - Assistant Vice President The candidate will be responsible for supporting the investment professionals, mainly in New York and Denver, in the tax due diligence and tax structuring aspects across Partners Group's business lines (Private Equity / Private Real Estate / Private Infrastructure and Private Debt) on direct and fund investments. This includes close interaction with the commercial teams and coordination of the external tax advisors. Monitoring existing investments in relation to their tax efficiency (e.g. anticipate and react to legislative changes) and pro-actively design and suggest alternatives where required. Supporting the Global Head of Investment Tax Services in strategic tax projects. Supporting our wider teams (e.g. Transaction Services, Tax Operations, Client Solutions and Structuring Services etc.) on U.S. and international tax matters.

The candidate should have an in-depth understanding of U.S. and international tax as well as the dynamics of M&A transactions. Key attributes will include: 7 to 10 years of relevant professional experience in U.S. and international tax law; as an in-house tax counsel at a private equity firm / asset manager or in an M&A related tax advisory role within an international accounting or law firm, experience in tax operations being a plus.Detail oriented with excellent analytical, communication and project management skills is needed. Should have top academic credentials; BA in finance or accounting or a JD in law. Should be Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and / or an advanced degree (e.g. Masters of Accounting, MBA, L.L.M., etc.). Should have proficiency in Microsoft Office, in particular Excel and PowerPoint. Foreign languages are a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Counsel-regulatory And Privacy
Refer job# ZNYA141588
 
Counsel - Regulatory and Privacy The candidate: Supports and builds infrastructure and processes to support increasing and new client requirements arising from the growth of the third party asset management business. Additionally, as compliance and regulatory infrastructure is built out, this position could evolve into also providing coverage of regulatory and governmental affairs. Advises on various distribution and compliance issues. Negotiates variety of agreements and creates controls to implement requirements from agreements. Effectively identifies applicable new and emerging laws and trends. Synthesizes such data in order to effect changes to relevant Company practices, policies and protocols. Helps affected areas implement necessary adaptations such that the Company is compliant with applicable law and desired business standards and that the same can then be tested by second and third line functions. Assists other AAM attorneys with variety of other projects needed to support 2020 initiatives, improve control environment and backfill as necessary. Provides legal support to operations. Investigates and analyzes various factual scenarios and ambiguous situations without much instruction. Supports various members of legal team and play different roles across a number of functions as needs from 2020 growth objectives arise. Advises other legal team members and the business on legal requirements and practical solutions for addressing them. Evaluates rules, risks and give practical guidance to facilitate solutions while appropriately mitigating regulatory risk. Developing a clear view on rules that may be ambiguous in their application. JD degree is required. State Bar admission is essential. Should have 0-6 years of experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel - Regulatory and Privacy
Refer job# GIQG141589
 
Counsel - Regulatory and Privacy The candidate: Supports and builds infrastructure and processes to support increasing and new client requirements arising from the growth of the third party asset management business. Additionally, as compliance and regulatory infrastructure is built out, this position could evolve into also providing coverage of regulatory and governmental affairs. Advises on various distribution and compliance issues. Negotiates variety of agreements and creates controls to implement requirements from agreements. Effectively identifies applicable new and emerging laws and trends. Synthesizes such data in order to effect changes to relevant Company practices, policies and protocols. Helps affected areas implement necessary adaptations such that the Company is compliant with applicable law and desired business standards and that the same can then be tested by second and third line functions. Assists other AAM attorneys with variety of other projects needed to support 2020 initiatives, improve control environment and backfill as necessary. Provides legal support to operations. Investigates and analyzes various factual scenarios and ambiguous situations without much instruction. Supports various members of legal team and play different roles across a number of functions as needs from 2020 growth objectives arise. Advises other legal team members and the business on legal requirements and practical solutions for addressing them. Evaluates rules, risks and give practical guidance to facilitate solutions while appropriately mitigating regulatory risk. Developing a clear view on rules that may be ambiguous in their application. JD degree is required. State Bar admission is essential. Should have 0-6 years of experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LVWC141590
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be assisting the General Counsel in providing exceptional legal services through superior problem solving, communication and negotiation skills. Will be reviewing business practices and policies of the organization to meet regulatory requirements. Protecting the organization from legal action and assisting in the preparation and management of its legal defense. Drafting, reviewing, negotiating and administering contracts, licenses, leases and other agreements. Supporting and assisting maintenance of the organization s intellectual property portfolio. Coordinating external legal resources as needed. Researching, anticipating and guarding the organization against legal risks. Analyzing business opportunities and acquisitions, joint ventures, and strategic partnerships; Preparation of LOIs; Acquisition project management; Integration project management. Reviewing and negotiating contracts for all other departments and affiliate companies with vendors, partners, and other external entities. Performing other similar or related duties as requested or assigned. Completing special projects and requests in a timely and positive fashion.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree. Must have Law degree and must be admitted to one State Bar and be in good standing. Wisconsin State Bar membership is preferred. Must have 1-3 years of legal experience in business law, corporate law, or related practice(s). Excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills, ability to get along with diverse personalities essential. Superior organizational, research, problem-solving and negotiating skills needed. Computer skills required (contract management software, Excel, Word, Internet Explorer, Windows).
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# AIDI141591
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will maintain legal responsibility for commercial transactions, including providing advice and support to business clients on a variety of legal and business issues. Will draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of contracts to meet business and legal requirements, including supplier agreements, confidentiality agreements, and asset disposition agreements. Collaborate with Strategic Sourcing, Service Strategy, IT, and other departments to analyze and negotiate business and legal contract terms. Work with outside counsel and coordinate legal advice from subject matter experts. Assist with the oversight and management of the company s corporate compliance program. Provide counsel and legal support on business and healthcare regulatory matters. Advise and counsel the business team on risk management and compliance with federal and state laws and regulations. Provide guidance to and manage collections process in conjunction with the company s finance team. Assist as needed with overall legal department responsibilities, including management of internal legal responses in accordance with agreed-upon response metrics. Assist with legal education presentations to internal business partners.

The candidate should have a Juris doctorate degree from an ABA accredited law school with accompanying state licensure. Must have 2+ years of corporate law experience. Relevant experience in the areas of contracting and risk management essential. Knowledge of the health care or medical device industry desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate and Securities Counsel
Refer job# VOYJ141592
 
Senior Corporate and Securities Counsel The candidate organizes, directs and provides legal support for firm s public company filings under the direction of the Vice President and Associate General Counsel and the General Counsel. Provides legal support to the Corporate Secretarial function of firm, including assisting in the drafting, preparation and review of quarterly meeting materials as well as creating and uploading materials to the Company s electronic Board portal. Assists with developing, maintaining and operating the Company s quarterly disclosure controls and processes. Provides legal support for the maintenance of the Company s domestic and international subsidiaries and for any corporate transactions, including any debt or equity transactions undertaken by the Company. Monitors and maintains awareness of pending regulations and developments that are relevant to the Company s business interests, particularly relating to corporate governance and public company matters. Supervises and coordinates with outside counsel as necessary. Demonstrates cross-functional leadership and effective team-building skills inside and outside the Law Department.

The candidate should have JD degree from accredited law school. Should have 10-15 years of legal experience with prior experience in a law firm. Experience with federal and state securities laws, with particular focus on 34 Act and 33 Act filings is essential. Experience with corporate governance requirements (including charters and regulatory requirements) is needed. Experience drafting and reviewing SEC filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, Proxy Statements, and Section 16 filings is essential. Experience with drafting and maintenance of corporate records and minute books is needed. Experience with Nasdaq-listed companies essential. Experience with maintenance of foreign subsidiaries needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel - Contracts
Refer job# LWJF141594
 
Associate General Counsel - Contracts The Candidate will be responsible to review contracts and commitments assigned to attorney in the Company s contract management system. Negotiate, draft, advise on and approve agreements and contracts. Ensure that contracts and commitments conform to the Company s required standards, including anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, related laws and compliance guidelines before approving. Assist operational departments in translating the Company s objectives in any financial commitment into effective and enforceable contract language. Review all contractual materials to ensure compliance with legal requirements. Offer counsel on a variety of legal issues. Manage various projects and deadlines. Research unique legal issues involving the organization by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions, and codes and keep abreast of legislative changes that may affect the Company and its affiliates. Perform pre-litigation work to minimize risks and maximize legal rights. Develop solutions to complex legal questions. Provide training to the Company and its affiliates on substantive legal topics. Attend regular attorney meetings. Draft, review, interpret and negotiate a variety of contracts and agreements for Company s operational departments and affiliates. Analyze and summarize complex documents and provide advice on legal issues, operational and transactional matters. Prepare legal memoranda and research legal issues. Interpret laws, rulings, and regulations. Able to juggle and manage a barrage of competing priorities, demands and tasks. Remains unflappable - maintains poise and composure.

The candidate should have proof of authorization/eligibility to work in the United States with a Juris Doctor or equivalent, as well as membership in at least one State or D.C. Bar. Must hold a Nevada law license or be eligible for a Nevada in-house license upon hiring and had 3-7 years of sophisticated commercial contract experience gained at a top-tier law firm or equivalent experience; in-house experience a plus. Excellent written and spoken communication skills, with strong drafting and negotiation skills. Strong analytic and problem-solving skills. Good working knowledge of IT environment and security, privacy and cloud based services, and intellectual property and commercial contracting. Must possess extensive knowledge of business and the ability to work collaboratively and communicate with the Company s management team. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively with guests and other Team Members of different backgrounds and levels of experience. Must be able to work varied shifts, including nights, weekends and holidays.
 
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Attorney/Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NYZN141595
 
Attorney/Corporate Counsel The candidate will perform in-house counsel regulatory and corporate law duties, including legal research and analysis, contract review, and support of various departments as assigned. Will draft various types of legal documents, conduct general corporate legal work and develop a legal strategy to address issues faced by the departments assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree from an accredited law school with ranking within the top 25% of the class. Must have 3-5 years of experience dealing with a wide variety of legal issues (litigation, drafting agreements, handling various types of land issues and working with contracts a clear benefit). Licensures in Texas essential. Excellent communication, research and writing skills needed. Must have a strong grasp on the fundamentals of the legal process (issue identification, researching the governing law, investigating the facts and analysis), have the required legal analytical and writing skills, and a clear, logical mind.
 
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