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Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will work on matters that require proactive legal guidance. Reporting into General Counsel. Will drive business impact by drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts with different clients and vendors, as well as providing general advice and regulatory compliance support across the company. Act as a strategic business partner to review, draft, and negotiate on a range of commercial agreements, particularly focusing on our services for customers, channel partners, and vendors. Manage due diligence processes, including identifying risks and proposing solutions, in connection with deals and other partnerships. Work with product and engineering teams to ensure our products and services comply with existing applicable regulations. Create and/or monitor terms of use, product policies, and disclosures, and review marketing collateral and product claims. Remain up-to-date on relevant industry trends, laws and regulations to ensure an ongoing ability to provide sound compliance advice. Support and advise our People Team on policies, procedures, and compliance. Requirements: 5+ years of commercial legal experience in a law firm or in-house company, with a particular focus on the technology sector. Experience as an in-house at a successful, high-growth SaaS company is an advantage. Strong background and interest in commercial agreements to drive revenue/business growth in the healthcare space. Experience working with regulatory bodies is ideal. Qualified attorney and Member of Bar Association or otherwise eligible to practice a In-House Counsel. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-01

Corporate Counsel

Boston MA Corporate Counsel The candidate will work on matters that require proactive legal guidance. Reporting into General Counsel. Will drive business impact by drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts with different clients and vendors, as well as providing general advice and regulatory compliance support across the company. Act as a strategic business partner to review, draft, and negotiate on a range of commercial agreements, particularly focusing on our services for customers, channel partners, and vendors. Manage due diligence processes, including identifying risks and proposing solutions, in connection with deals and other partnerships. Work with product and engineering teams to ensure our products and services comply with existing applicable regulations. Create and/or monitor terms of use, product policies, and disclosures, and review marketing collateral and product claims. Remain up-to-date on relevant industry trends, laws and regulations to ensure an ongoing ability to provide sound compliance advice. Support and advise our People Team on policies, procedures, and compliance. Requirements: 5+ years of commercial legal experience in a law firm or in-house company, with a particular focus on the technology sector. Experience as an in-house at a successful, high-growth SaaS company is an advantage. Strong background and interest in commercial agreements to drive revenue/business growth in the healthcare space. Experience working with regulatory bodies is ideal. Qualified attorney and Member of Bar Association or otherwise eligible to practice a In-House Counsel. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-01

Staff Attorney-technology Contracting And Intellectual Property

Chicago IL Staff Attorney-Technology Contracting and Intellectual Property The candidate as staff attorney for technology contracting and intellectual property will be responsible for all aspects of negotiation of technology contracts and supporting and maintaining the firm's intellectual property portfolio and pursuits. Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing and negotiating a wide variety of commercial technology agreements, including US and Canadian license, cloud, SaaS and artificial intelligence agreements, proofs of concept and technology development agreements. Assist and advise business leaders and strategic sourcing team across a diverse set enterprise-wide and industry-specific tools and applications across all lines of business, including consulting, tax and assurance services,. Participate in vendor management program strategy and execution. Provide counsel and participate in strategic decision-making process with respect to contract claims, disputes, termination and vendor transition matters. Implement best practices and processes to enhance the management and protection of intellectual property. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating marketing, sponsorship and events agreements. Provide strategic guidance in trademark and other intellectual property matters. Manage trademark portfolio and applications. Support technology and intellectual property related M&A transaction and due diligence activities. Assist with updating contract templates. Coordinate and manage outside counsel. Must have Degree from a top national law school and/or top 20% of graduating law school class. Member of any state bar in good standing is required. Should have 5 years of experience in information technology contracting negotiations through relevant law firm and/or in-house positions. Practical approach to drafting and risk analysis is required. Preferred experience/attributes include: In-house legal experience (ideally technology, CPA, consulting or other professional services firm experience). Procurement and sourcing business experience. CPA background. Experience with data security and privacy laws and agreements, including GDPR, Canadian and US (CCPA, HIPPA, GLB, CAN SPAM, state privacy statutes, etc.).. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-01

Sr. Counsel, Compliance And Complex Litigation

Fremont CA Senior Counsel, Compliance and Complex Litigation The candidate will develop strategy and actively manage complex employment litigation, including wage and hour class actions, PAGA actions, and collective actions. Develop and execute effective litigation management (including e-discovery), coordination with company witnesses and record custodians, and settlement strategies. Manage outside counsel handling employment litigation, including management of budgets, directing strategy, and reviewing pleadings and other documents. Respond to attorney demand letters and agency matters, including government-initiated inquiries and audits. Provide legal advice and counsel and serve as subject-matter expert regarding Human Resources related compliance issues. Maintain an understanding of current and emerging laws, regulations and trends related to North American employment and labor laws. Work closely with outside counsel to manage risk and ensure that internal partners receive effective, business-focused employment law support. Licensed attorney with 8-10 years experience in employment litigation and advice and counseling, including knowledge of California labor and employment laws. Employment law and litigation experience at alaw firm or government agency, including experience defending wage and hour and/or Title VII class actions, PAGA actions, and collective actions. Track record of working efficiently with a client-service focus in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Experience delivering advice and counsel to clients such as Human Resources particularly in the areas of California and federal labor and employment laws. Prior in-house work experience strongly preferred. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-01

Senior Counsel And Compliance Officer

The Woodlands TX Senior Counsel And Compliance Officer The candidate is responsible for drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and advising clients on a variety of matters primarily relating to derivatives, internal compliance and regulatory compliance issues. May require advising clients on secured or securitized lending matters, either based on existing expertise or expertise developed over time during the tenure. Support the General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer (GCCO) in efforts to ensure that the Legal department assumes responsibility for all matters requiring Legal collaboration for Weather & Commodity Risk Holdings and its subsidiaries (MWCH). Review, negotiate, and process for execution transactional agreements (e.g. ISDA, MSA, PSA, Credit Agreements) confidentiality agreements, vendor agreements, software licenses and other agreements associated with ongoing business operations. Facilities: Review and manage all facilities and vendor agreements. Provides oversight and advice to the relevant administrative staff regarding questions and issues that arise with respect to facilities and resource management. Work as part of a team with other departments within MWCH to ensure issues are examined from all necessary angles. Contract management. Assist with the development of a process and system for managing contracts. Ensure appropriate management of templates. Compliance: Communicate and disseminate information to employees regarding a broad spectrum of compliance related topics, including but not limited to regulatory requirements, code of ethics, and internal controls. Assist with compliance training and internal hot-line processes. Internal Compliance: Assist the GCCO with the development and implementation of local policies and guidelines to ensure compliance with the Group's requirements. Develops a strong understanding of ethics and compliance programs, including due diligence and training. Ensures that MWCH is able to produce all necessary information in order to comply with internal reporting requirements (including annual planning). Develops relationship with Group Compliance and Legal to facilitate communication. External Compliance: Ensures the company is up to date with regulatory requirements and requisite filings by identifying, assessing and monitoring current and emerging compliance issues in the various jurisdictions where MWCH is active globally and when entering new markets. Assists with oversight and monitoring of regulatory reporting requirements. Performs and documents results of Know Your Customer checks on third parties. Advise MRRF as needed on reserve-based lending transactions in the oil and gas industry, providing structuring, documentation and legal support. Qualifications: Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in Texas or another a U.S. jurisdiction required; 5 - 7 years of transactional experience working in a law firm, or practicing as in-house counsel for an energy or commodities trading company; Solid knowledge of ISDA master agreement and related agreements required; Understanding of the regulatory framework and application of federal and state regulations to a weather and commodities firm required; Understanding of the derivatives-related regulatory developments and their implications for U.S.-domiciled entities in Australia, Asia, South America and Europe; Understanding of reserve-based lending structures, credit agreements and other secured lending arrangements a plus; Familiarity with the oil and gas business - midstream, gathering, and processing agreements a plus; Strong negotiation and communication skills (written and oral) are required. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-07-01

Associate Contracts Counsel

South San Francisco CA Associate Contracts Counsel Responsibilities: Collaborate with business functions across the organization to draft and negotiate a wide variety of contracts including but not limited to master service agreements and work orders, consulting agreements, distribution, manufacturing and supply agreements, change orders and amendments, CDAs and other agreements common to a commercial pharmaceutical company; Manage the company's contract workflow processes, including systematic reviews of templates and playbooks, to incorporate best contracting practices and provisions; Communicate and present information to internal clients about all contract-related matters; Identify legal risks and issues in contract proposals, and suggest practical alternatives that accomplish business objectives while mitigating the identified risk; Develop and implement improvements to the contracting process and ongoing contract compliance; Monitor agreements throughout the contract life cycle for appropriate approvals, expirations, renewals, etc.; Advise internal teams on corporate contracting and procurement processes and make recommendations based on company policies and standards; Works with Legal department colleagues, Finance and other business functions to ensure that the overall procurement process is in compliance with legal requirements and industry best practices; Conduct trainings on contracting and procurement process, as appropriate; and Work on other legal projects as needed.

Experience: J.D. from an accredited law school required. Admitted to practice in at least one state, preferably CA, and in good standing. At least 5 years combined relevant professional experience in a law firm and/or in-house, with significant experience at a biotech or pharmaceutical company. Strong strategic and critical thinking skills, with the ability to effectively identify and mitigate legal and compliance risks. Ability to Independently draft, negotiate, and administer contracts. Experience establishing and administering effective and efficient Contract Management systems. Ability to work successfully towards strict deadlines, as well as independently on multiple, simultaneous assignments. Effective communicator with diverse audiences, including senior leaders, in a manner that generates confidence and support for legal guidance and recommendations. Able to develop close, trusting relationships across the business, characterized by a high-level of collaboration and mutual respect. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including ability to give compelling trainings and presentations to internal and external audiences. PC literacy required; MS Office skills (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-01

Commercial Counsel, Privacy

New York City NY Commercial Counsel, Privacy The candidate will serve as a trusted advisor on product privacy matters. Draft, negotiate, review, and interpret a broad range of agreements and provide risk assessments, as well as tactical & strategic advice to ByteDance's business teams, with a primary focus of supporting procurement. Work cross-functionally with business and legal colleagues locally and worldwide to support global business.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree plus a Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Member in good standing of the California or New York Bar. Should have 8+ years of post-qualifications experience specializing in data privacy, marketing, technology, media, or general commercial transactions. Experience supporting a procurement team, supporting a broad range of transactions, including facilities services, marketing agreements, technology agreements, and more. Prior experience supporting a heavy volume of commercial transactions across various business functions in a fast-paced environment. Experience practicing law at a top-tier law firm or in-house at a global technology company. Outstanding analytical, communication, organizational, negotiation, and drafting skills. Excellent legal and business judgment, strategic thinking, and the ability to manage multiple matters simultaneously. A strong work ethic and the ability to work independently.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Vp, Employment Law Counsel

Aliso Viejo CA VP, Employment Law Counsel The candidate will provide in-house legal counsel on labor and employment related matters, which may include, human resources issues, wage and hour law, workers compensation, unemployment and other state agency claims, employee relations, employee benefits, employment/compensation agreements and policy related issues, FMLA and other state/local leave matters, employment related litigation, internal employee investigations, arbitrations and generally assists the General Counsel and Human Resources Department. Ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local employment practices laws, rules and regulations. Provide strategic legal counsel and risk management advice to management and the Human Resources team on a wide variety of HR and employment practices matters. Lead the Legal team's efforts in the preparation, implementation, and refinement of labor and employment-related policies, procedures, guidelines, tools, programs, and forms. Advice and counsel clients and stakeholders on employment-related legal matters, policies and procedures. Represent and defend the company as necessary in front of applicable federal, state and local regulatory and enforcement authorities. Support the company's need to use VISA workers and assist with employment-related immigration matters. Counsel management and the Human Resources team on new or pending federal and state legislation, laws, rules and regulations, and industry developments and trends that affect the company and its operations. Efficiently manage outside employment counsel with an eye toward minimizing outside counsel expense and meeting budget. Provide substantive support for the rest of the Legal team including strategic transactions and other ad hoc projects as needed. Provide reports and supervision to the General Counsel and senior management on compliance issues.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Should have 5+ years of recent experience as an in house employment law attorney. Law firm experience is a plus. Must be admitted, active and in good standing with the California or Texas bar, as applicable, or eligible to apply as registered in-house counsel in either state. Experience working with California employment and wage and hour state departments. Excellent ability to analyze and interpret legal and statutory materials as well as state and federal regulations. Ability to simultaneously manage workloads, multiple client demands, and shifting priorities within a fast-paced, rapidly evolving environment. Strong, effective and efficient presentation and written skills for interactions with the General Counsel and executive/senior management. Effectively able to build and maintain strong relationships with all levels of employees and management. Detail-oriented, organized, efficient, and resourceful with strong follow-through skills. Highly analytical and have exceptional business and legal issue identification and problem-solving skills. Strong desire to learn the business and new areas of law and to function integrally as part of an interdisciplinary team. Practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving and be able to effectively counsel internal clients by providing them with clear, concise, and commercial advice, and creative solutions where necessary, on established timelines to meet their business needs.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Vice President, Corporate Counsel

Emeryville CA Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate will have the responsibility for selected areas of in-house legal representation. Provide legal counsel in connection with all corporate activities, assisting in preparing SEC reports and disclosures (including reviewing and advising on 10-Ks and 10-Qs, drafting 8-Ks, drafting proxy statements, overseeing Section 16 reporting, and managing legal aspects of SEC reporting process). Establish and run stockholder meeting processes, assisting with corporate compliance and governance practices, preparing legal materials for Board and Board committee meetings, drafting minutes of Board and Board committee meetings, overseeing corporate governance for domestic and international subsidiaries, running corporate financing transactions, managing documentation relating to company's indebtedness and derivative securities, assisting HR with compensation matters (including executive compensation, employment agreements and employee benefits). Overseeing equity plan administration, managing outside counsel and supporting special projects and finance operations as needed. Will also mentor and direct activities of a corporate counsel and other legal staff, work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of people domestically and internationally, and maintain and build great relationships between legal, corporate, finance, human resources and operations. Other responsibilities could include reviewing, drafting, negotiating and interpreting a wide variety of commercial and finance contracts, leading or assisting in strategic transaction negotiations, managing litigation counsel, and assisting in HR and employment matters.

The candidate should have strong academic background, including JD from a top U.S. law school. Licensed to practice law in California or be registered as in-house counsel. 7 to 12 years of experience, including at least 5 years at a nationally recognized law firm, including significant work in a corporate & securities practice, and 2 to 4 years of experience as in-house counsel responsible for securities matters, equity plans, corporate governance and board processes. Comfort working with regulatory authorities and their representatives, including stock markets and SEC. Very strong general contract and SEC disclosure drafting skills. Experience with labor and employment law (or oversight of such matters with assistance from outside counsel) a plus. Excellent ability to issue spot and integrate legal advice with business goals. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate concisely. Extremely strong interpersonal skills including maturity, creativity and a high energy level. Team-oriented and able to interact effectively and influence peers and all levels of management. Ability to work well in a cross-functional team environment, as well as in a small team environment and become a productive and positive member of the Legal Department. Embrace company Core Values.
Legal 7 - 12 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel

Redwood City CA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft and negotiate agreements and licenses of all types in collaboration with a variety of functions, including clinical trial, manufacturing, supply, service, material transfer, scientific collaboration, consulting, partnership and confidentiality agreements. Advise on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with different transactions. Participate as a proactive business partner to all functions and build a trusted advisor relationship with employees of all levels. Exercise excellent legal judgment to provide pragmatic risk-based counsel. Supervise Senior Paralegal and oversee administration of contract database, including organization and supervision of all Company contracts. Monitor and counterparty compliance with contracts. Manage and oversee the Cobblestone Contract Management Database Build and improve the company's contracting processes and procedures. Refine and update the company's templates for contracts. Develop and conduct trainings for employees on the legal aspects of contracts. Research and anticipate unique legal issues that could impact the company.

Qualifications: Law degree from an ABA accredited law school. Admitted to CA bar in good standing or registered in-house counsel. 3+ years relevant legal experience, preferably in drafting and negotiating contracts (some law firm experience preferred). Knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry. Ability to draft, edit and explain complex legal and business contracts and documents. Ability to communicate, orally and in writing, professionally, effectively and persuasively. Ability to think analytically, creatively and strategically. Strong work ethic and ability to work well under pressure. Strong teamwork, project management, and client service skills. Ability to independently juggle and prioritize multiple projects with cross-functional stakeholders in a fast-paced environment. Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work with all levels within the organization in a positive, collaborative manner. Ability to exercise independent judgment with knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry. Ability to identify problems or inefficiencies and independently offer/implement practical solutions through strong critical thinking, problem solving and decision making skills. Demonstrated experience in handling confidential and sensitive situations or information with ability to exercise a high degree of judgment and discretion while maintaining strict confidentiality. Highest regard for ethics and compliance. Administratively self-sufficient with demonstrated skill using Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29
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Estate Planning Attorney
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Estate Planning/Probate Attorney A fast paced, growing Overland Park financial planning company is looking to add an experienced Estate Planning and/or Probate attorney(s). The ideal candidates would have at least 3 years of sophisticated estate p... + read more

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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# QUIU150368
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will work on matters that require proactive legal guidance. Reporting into General Counsel. Will drive business impact by drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts with different clients and vendors, as well as providing general advice and regulatory compliance support across the company. Act as a strategic business partner to review, draft, and negotiate on a range of commercial agreements, particularly focusing on our services for customers, channel partners, and vendors. Manage due diligence processes, including identifying risks and proposing solutions, in connection with deals and other partnerships. Work with product and engineering teams to ensure our products and services comply with existing applicable regulations. Create and/or monitor terms of use, product policies, and disclosures, and review marketing collateral and product claims. Remain up-to-date on relevant industry trends, laws and regulations to ensure an ongoing ability to provide sound compliance advice. Support and advise our People Team on policies, procedures, and compliance. Requirements: 5+ years of commercial legal experience in a law firm or in-house company, with a particular focus on the technology sector. Experience as an in-house at a successful, high-growth SaaS company is an advantage. Strong background and interest in commercial agreements to drive revenue/business growth in the healthcare space. Experience working with regulatory bodies is ideal. Qualified attorney and Member of Bar Association or otherwise eligible to practice a In-House Counsel.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# IGYX150369
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will work on matters that require proactive legal guidance. Reporting into General Counsel. Will drive business impact by drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts with different clients and vendors, as well as providing general advice and regulatory compliance support across the company. Act as a strategic business partner to review, draft, and negotiate on a range of commercial agreements, particularly focusing on our services for customers, channel partners, and vendors. Manage due diligence processes, including identifying risks and proposing solutions, in connection with deals and other partnerships. Work with product and engineering teams to ensure our products and services comply with existing applicable regulations. Create and/or monitor terms of use, product policies, and disclosures, and review marketing collateral and product claims. Remain up-to-date on relevant industry trends, laws and regulations to ensure an ongoing ability to provide sound compliance advice. Support and advise our People Team on policies, procedures, and compliance. Requirements: 5+ years of commercial legal experience in a law firm or in-house company, with a particular focus on the technology sector. Experience as an in-house at a successful, high-growth SaaS company is an advantage. Strong background and interest in commercial agreements to drive revenue/business growth in the healthcare space. Experience working with regulatory bodies is ideal. Qualified attorney and Member of Bar Association or otherwise eligible to practice a In-House Counsel.
 
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Staff Attorney-technology Contracting And Intellectual Property
Refer job# RAFD150370
 
Staff Attorney-Technology Contracting and Intellectual Property The candidate as staff attorney for technology contracting and intellectual property will be responsible for all aspects of negotiation of technology contracts and supporting and maintaining the firm's intellectual property portfolio and pursuits. Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing and negotiating a wide variety of commercial technology agreements, including US and Canadian license, cloud, SaaS and artificial intelligence agreements, proofs of concept and technology development agreements. Assist and advise business leaders and strategic sourcing team across a diverse set enterprise-wide and industry-specific tools and applications across all lines of business, including consulting, tax and assurance services,. Participate in vendor management program strategy and execution. Provide counsel and participate in strategic decision-making process with respect to contract claims, disputes, termination and vendor transition matters. Implement best practices and processes to enhance the management and protection of intellectual property. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating marketing, sponsorship and events agreements. Provide strategic guidance in trademark and other intellectual property matters. Manage trademark portfolio and applications. Support technology and intellectual property related M&A transaction and due diligence activities. Assist with updating contract templates. Coordinate and manage outside counsel. Must have Degree from a top national law school and/or top 20% of graduating law school class. Member of any state bar in good standing is required. Should have 5 years of experience in information technology contracting negotiations through relevant law firm and/or in-house positions. Practical approach to drafting and risk analysis is required. Preferred experience/attributes include: In-house legal experience (ideally technology, CPA, consulting or other professional services firm experience). Procurement and sourcing business experience. CPA background. Experience with data security and privacy laws and agreements, including GDPR, Canadian and US (CCPA, HIPPA, GLB, CAN SPAM, state privacy statutes, etc.)..
 
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Sr. Counsel, Compliance And Complex Litigation
Refer job# RQAT150371
 
Senior Counsel, Compliance and Complex Litigation The candidate will develop strategy and actively manage complex employment litigation, including wage and hour class actions, PAGA actions, and collective actions. Develop and execute effective litigation management (including e-discovery), coordination with company witnesses and record custodians, and settlement strategies. Manage outside counsel handling employment litigation, including management of budgets, directing strategy, and reviewing pleadings and other documents. Respond to attorney demand letters and agency matters, including government-initiated inquiries and audits. Provide legal advice and counsel and serve as subject-matter expert regarding Human Resources related compliance issues. Maintain an understanding of current and emerging laws, regulations and trends related to North American employment and labor laws. Work closely with outside counsel to manage risk and ensure that internal partners receive effective, business-focused employment law support. Licensed attorney with 8-10 years experience in employment litigation and advice and counseling, including knowledge of California labor and employment laws. Employment law and litigation experience at alaw firm or government agency, including experience defending wage and hour and/or Title VII class actions, PAGA actions, and collective actions. Track record of working efficiently with a client-service focus in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Experience delivering advice and counsel to clients such as Human Resources particularly in the areas of California and federal labor and employment laws. Prior in-house work experience strongly preferred.
 
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Senior Counsel And Compliance Officer
Refer job# KZUE150372
 
Senior Counsel And Compliance Officer The candidate is responsible for drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and advising clients on a variety of matters primarily relating to derivatives, internal compliance and regulatory compliance issues. May require advising clients on secured or securitized lending matters, either based on existing expertise or expertise developed over time during the tenure. Support the General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer (GCCO) in efforts to ensure that the Legal department assumes responsibility for all matters requiring Legal collaboration for Weather & Commodity Risk Holdings and its subsidiaries (MWCH). Review, negotiate, and process for execution transactional agreements (e.g. ISDA, MSA, PSA, Credit Agreements) confidentiality agreements, vendor agreements, software licenses and other agreements associated with ongoing business operations. Facilities: Review and manage all facilities and vendor agreements. Provides oversight and advice to the relevant administrative staff regarding questions and issues that arise with respect to facilities and resource management. Work as part of a team with other departments within MWCH to ensure issues are examined from all necessary angles. Contract management. Assist with the development of a process and system for managing contracts. Ensure appropriate management of templates. Compliance: Communicate and disseminate information to employees regarding a broad spectrum of compliance related topics, including but not limited to regulatory requirements, code of ethics, and internal controls. Assist with compliance training and internal hot-line processes. Internal Compliance: Assist the GCCO with the development and implementation of local policies and guidelines to ensure compliance with the Group's requirements. Develops a strong understanding of ethics and compliance programs, including due diligence and training. Ensures that MWCH is able to produce all necessary information in order to comply with internal reporting requirements (including annual planning). Develops relationship with Group Compliance and Legal to facilitate communication. External Compliance: Ensures the company is up to date with regulatory requirements and requisite filings by identifying, assessing and monitoring current and emerging compliance issues in the various jurisdictions where MWCH is active globally and when entering new markets. Assists with oversight and monitoring of regulatory reporting requirements. Performs and documents results of Know Your Customer checks on third parties. Advise MRRF as needed on reserve-based lending transactions in the oil and gas industry, providing structuring, documentation and legal support. Qualifications: Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in Texas or another a U.S. jurisdiction required; 5 - 7 years of transactional experience working in a law firm, or practicing as in-house counsel for an energy or commodities trading company; Solid knowledge of ISDA master agreement and related agreements required; Understanding of the regulatory framework and application of federal and state regulations to a weather and commodities firm required; Understanding of the derivatives-related regulatory developments and their implications for U.S.-domiciled entities in Australia, Asia, South America and Europe; Understanding of reserve-based lending structures, credit agreements and other secured lending arrangements a plus; Familiarity with the oil and gas business - midstream, gathering, and processing agreements a plus; Strong negotiation and communication skills (written and oral) are required.
 
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Associate Contracts Counsel
Refer job# MVRS150373
 
Associate Contracts Counsel Responsibilities: Collaborate with business functions across the organization to draft and negotiate a wide variety of contracts including but not limited to master service agreements and work orders, consulting agreements, distribution, manufacturing and supply agreements, change orders and amendments, CDAs and other agreements common to a commercial pharmaceutical company; Manage the company's contract workflow processes, including systematic reviews of templates and playbooks, to incorporate best contracting practices and provisions; Communicate and present information to internal clients about all contract-related matters; Identify legal risks and issues in contract proposals, and suggest practical alternatives that accomplish business objectives while mitigating the identified risk; Develop and implement improvements to the contracting process and ongoing contract compliance; Monitor agreements throughout the contract life cycle for appropriate approvals, expirations, renewals, etc.; Advise internal teams on corporate contracting and procurement processes and make recommendations based on company policies and standards; Works with Legal department colleagues, Finance and other business functions to ensure that the overall procurement process is in compliance with legal requirements and industry best practices; Conduct trainings on contracting and procurement process, as appropriate; and Work on other legal projects as needed.

Experience: J.D. from an accredited law school required. Admitted to practice in at least one state, preferably CA, and in good standing. At least 5 years combined relevant professional experience in a law firm and/or in-house, with significant experience at a biotech or pharmaceutical company. Strong strategic and critical thinking skills, with the ability to effectively identify and mitigate legal and compliance risks. Ability to Independently draft, negotiate, and administer contracts. Experience establishing and administering effective and efficient Contract Management systems. Ability to work successfully towards strict deadlines, as well as independently on multiple, simultaneous assignments. Effective communicator with diverse audiences, including senior leaders, in a manner that generates confidence and support for legal guidance and recommendations. Able to develop close, trusting relationships across the business, characterized by a high-level of collaboration and mutual respect. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including ability to give compelling trainings and presentations to internal and external audiences. PC literacy required; MS Office skills (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
 
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Commercial Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# MNKL150322
 
Commercial Counsel, Privacy The candidate will serve as a trusted advisor on product privacy matters. Draft, negotiate, review, and interpret a broad range of agreements and provide risk assessments, as well as tactical & strategic advice to ByteDance's business teams, with a primary focus of supporting procurement. Work cross-functionally with business and legal colleagues locally and worldwide to support global business.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree plus a Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Member in good standing of the California or New York Bar. Should have 8+ years of post-qualifications experience specializing in data privacy, marketing, technology, media, or general commercial transactions. Experience supporting a procurement team, supporting a broad range of transactions, including facilities services, marketing agreements, technology agreements, and more. Prior experience supporting a heavy volume of commercial transactions across various business functions in a fast-paced environment. Experience practicing law at a top-tier law firm or in-house at a global technology company. Outstanding analytical, communication, organizational, negotiation, and drafting skills. Excellent legal and business judgment, strategic thinking, and the ability to manage multiple matters simultaneously. A strong work ethic and the ability to work independently.
 
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Vp, Employment Law Counsel
Refer job# TPRZ150323
 
VP, Employment Law Counsel The candidate will provide in-house legal counsel on labor and employment related matters, which may include, human resources issues, wage and hour law, workers compensation, unemployment and other state agency claims, employee relations, employee benefits, employment/compensation agreements and policy related issues, FMLA and other state/local leave matters, employment related litigation, internal employee investigations, arbitrations and generally assists the General Counsel and Human Resources Department. Ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local employment practices laws, rules and regulations. Provide strategic legal counsel and risk management advice to management and the Human Resources team on a wide variety of HR and employment practices matters. Lead the Legal team's efforts in the preparation, implementation, and refinement of labor and employment-related policies, procedures, guidelines, tools, programs, and forms. Advice and counsel clients and stakeholders on employment-related legal matters, policies and procedures. Represent and defend the company as necessary in front of applicable federal, state and local regulatory and enforcement authorities. Support the company's need to use VISA workers and assist with employment-related immigration matters. Counsel management and the Human Resources team on new or pending federal and state legislation, laws, rules and regulations, and industry developments and trends that affect the company and its operations. Efficiently manage outside employment counsel with an eye toward minimizing outside counsel expense and meeting budget. Provide substantive support for the rest of the Legal team including strategic transactions and other ad hoc projects as needed. Provide reports and supervision to the General Counsel and senior management on compliance issues.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Should have 5+ years of recent experience as an in house employment law attorney. Law firm experience is a plus. Must be admitted, active and in good standing with the California or Texas bar, as applicable, or eligible to apply as registered in-house counsel in either state. Experience working with California employment and wage and hour state departments. Excellent ability to analyze and interpret legal and statutory materials as well as state and federal regulations. Ability to simultaneously manage workloads, multiple client demands, and shifting priorities within a fast-paced, rapidly evolving environment. Strong, effective and efficient presentation and written skills for interactions with the General Counsel and executive/senior management. Effectively able to build and maintain strong relationships with all levels of employees and management. Detail-oriented, organized, efficient, and resourceful with strong follow-through skills. Highly analytical and have exceptional business and legal issue identification and problem-solving skills. Strong desire to learn the business and new areas of law and to function integrally as part of an interdisciplinary team. Practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving and be able to effectively counsel internal clients by providing them with clear, concise, and commercial advice, and creative solutions where necessary, on established timelines to meet their business needs.
 
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Vice President, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SSGE150325
 
Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate will have the responsibility for selected areas of in-house legal representation. Provide legal counsel in connection with all corporate activities, assisting in preparing SEC reports and disclosures (including reviewing and advising on 10-Ks and 10-Qs, drafting 8-Ks, drafting proxy statements, overseeing Section 16 reporting, and managing legal aspects of SEC reporting process). Establish and run stockholder meeting processes, assisting with corporate compliance and governance practices, preparing legal materials for Board and Board committee meetings, drafting minutes of Board and Board committee meetings, overseeing corporate governance for domestic and international subsidiaries, running corporate financing transactions, managing documentation relating to company's indebtedness and derivative securities, assisting HR with compensation matters (including executive compensation, employment agreements and employee benefits). Overseeing equity plan administration, managing outside counsel and supporting special projects and finance operations as needed. Will also mentor and direct activities of a corporate counsel and other legal staff, work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of people domestically and internationally, and maintain and build great relationships between legal, corporate, finance, human resources and operations. Other responsibilities could include reviewing, drafting, negotiating and interpreting a wide variety of commercial and finance contracts, leading or assisting in strategic transaction negotiations, managing litigation counsel, and assisting in HR and employment matters.

The candidate should have strong academic background, including JD from a top U.S. law school. Licensed to practice law in California or be registered as in-house counsel. 7 to 12 years of experience, including at least 5 years at a nationally recognized law firm, including significant work in a corporate & securities practice, and 2 to 4 years of experience as in-house counsel responsible for securities matters, equity plans, corporate governance and board processes. Comfort working with regulatory authorities and their representatives, including stock markets and SEC. Very strong general contract and SEC disclosure drafting skills. Experience with labor and employment law (or oversight of such matters with assistance from outside counsel) a plus. Excellent ability to issue spot and integrate legal advice with business goals. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate concisely. Extremely strong interpersonal skills including maturity, creativity and a high energy level. Team-oriented and able to interact effectively and influence peers and all levels of management. Ability to work well in a cross-functional team environment, as well as in a small team environment and become a productive and positive member of the Legal Department. Embrace company Core Values.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PKDH150326
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft and negotiate agreements and licenses of all types in collaboration with a variety of functions, including clinical trial, manufacturing, supply, service, material transfer, scientific collaboration, consulting, partnership and confidentiality agreements. Advise on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with different transactions. Participate as a proactive business partner to all functions and build a trusted advisor relationship with employees of all levels. Exercise excellent legal judgment to provide pragmatic risk-based counsel. Supervise Senior Paralegal and oversee administration of contract database, including organization and supervision of all Company contracts. Monitor and counterparty compliance with contracts. Manage and oversee the Cobblestone Contract Management Database Build and improve the company's contracting processes and procedures. Refine and update the company's templates for contracts. Develop and conduct trainings for employees on the legal aspects of contracts. Research and anticipate unique legal issues that could impact the company.

Qualifications: Law degree from an ABA accredited law school. Admitted to CA bar in good standing or registered in-house counsel. 3+ years relevant legal experience, preferably in drafting and negotiating contracts (some law firm experience preferred). Knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry. Ability to draft, edit and explain complex legal and business contracts and documents. Ability to communicate, orally and in writing, professionally, effectively and persuasively. Ability to think analytically, creatively and strategically. Strong work ethic and ability to work well under pressure. Strong teamwork, project management, and client service skills. Ability to independently juggle and prioritize multiple projects with cross-functional stakeholders in a fast-paced environment. Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to work with all levels within the organization in a positive, collaborative manner. Ability to exercise independent judgment with knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry. Ability to identify problems or inefficiencies and independently offer/implement practical solutions through strong critical thinking, problem solving and decision making skills. Demonstrated experience in handling confidential and sensitive situations or information with ability to exercise a high degree of judgment and discretion while maintaining strict confidentiality. Highest regard for ethics and compliance. Administratively self-sufficient with demonstrated skill using Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
 
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