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In-house Counsel (litigation)

Miami FL In-house Counsel (Litigation) The candidate will coordinating documents drafting, filing, discovery, documents' production and depositions with outside counsel and insurer. Tracking lawsuits, reporting on status and development in lawsuits. Recommending engagement of outside counsel. Strategic advise on litigation, control of legal costs. Work in with various legal teams involved in disputes' resolution. Engagement of expert witnesses, interaction with them. Assistance with drafting and negotiating, resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships and handling various HR issues. Applying knowledge of law to advise on legal rights and obligations, researching applicable laws, regulations and rulings. Obtaining and analyzing all relevant information in order to provide accurate legal advice. Working collaboratively and professionally with other associates, insurers, IT specialists in cross functional teams to achieve corporate goals. Control over compliance with US government regulatory requirements.

The candidate should have Law Degree from an ABA accredited law school and membership in one state Bar. Should have 3+ years PQE. Strong knowledge of the US commercial law. Experienced in litigation. Experience in information technology industry preferred.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-10

Deputy General Counsel For M & A And Securities

Palm Beach Gardens FL Deputy General Counsel for M & A and Securities The candidate will prepare and negotiate Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreements. Conduct M&A due diligence. Prepare Term sheets. Prepare Expressions of Interest. Prepare Letters of Intent. Prepare and negotiate Employment Agreements. Prepare and negotiate Definitive Agreements. Engage and manage external legal advisors. Serve as the primary source of legal support for Shareholders Relations. Review, update and provide guidance in connection with the application of share program documents to maintain multi-jurisdiction compliance. Work with external share program consultant to review and maintain multi-jurisdiction filing compliance. Work with Shareholder Relations to review and update the EHL SharePoint site to ensure that the shareholder information contained therein is kept up to date. Serve as the Legal Team subject matter expert in EHL share-related matters. Participate in legal team calls and meetings. Engage and efficiently manage external legal advisors.

The candidate should have Law degree from an accredited university. Should have State/Provincial Bar Admission. Should have 10 years of substantive mergers and acquisitions experience including cross-border experience. Experience leading engineering /consulting (professional services) M&A transactions. Experience preparing, reviewing, negotiating, and advising on all forms of M&A agreements and deal structures. Strong legal research and writing and complex problem-solving skills. Functional knowledge of Microsoft Office and Adobe. Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment with demanding deadlines. Works well both individually and in teams, and can work effectively with both internal and external clients. Capable of handling complex legal issues with business acumen. Experience in an engineering/construction or other professional services consulting firm. Share program legal-support experience in an international, employee-owned company.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-02

Real Estate Development And Counsel

Jacksonville FL Real Estate Development and Counsel The candidate will be responsible for providing a broad range of real estate and other legal services with a strong emphasis on property acquisition and management, litigation, and transactions. Provides legal advice to firm and its affiliates regarding various areas of assigned specialization, develops and maintains internal relationships, drafts, prepares and reviews lease agreements, PSAs, mortgages, closing documents, and goverment-related agreements. Provides support to and collaborating with other departments, as necessary. Reports to the Senior Vice President, Strategic Assets/Real Estate. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Senior International Trade Compliance Counsel

Palm Beach Gardens FL Senior International Trade Compliance Counsel The candidate will provide general advice and counseling on international trade compliance laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standard work. Will manage investigations of potential or suspected violations of law or company policy and, where required, prepare disclosures to U.S. Government agencies. Manage all trade compliance matters in the ITC investigation management system, including opening new investigations and inquiries, working with key investigators, and oversee the completion of corrective actions by business units throughout the globe. Manage and oversee complex transaction reviews for our global business enterprise that touch on multi-jurisdictional sanctions programs and export control regimes. Manage and update sanctions, export & licensing compliance procedures; draft processes and work step instructions in support of compliance policy and procedures. Implement new processes and procedures across business. Support the development and communication of solid ITC program infrastructure, leadership, culture, awareness and training. Prepare factual summaries, presentations and training materials regarding trade compliance issues and obligations, and lead presentations to and training sessions for business teams and management as needed. Participate in audits, internal reviews and investigations to identify compliance enhancement opportunities and develop corrective actions and risk mitigation strategies to address compliance gaps. Project leadership in compliance enhancement initiatives by collaborating with other departments (Engineering, Human Resources, Supply Chain, IT etc.) and leading cross-functional teams.

The candidate should have BA/BS degree and JD with 5+ years of experience. Must have extensive working knowledge of the EAR, OFAC and other sanction programs, and antiboycott regulations. General corporate or commercial experience providing guidance and practical solutions for doing business  with or in other countries preferred. Must be proficient at approaching problems/risks/issues with professionalism, confidence and decisiveness. Compliance program, risk management and/or investigations experience a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Senior Corporate Counsel

Jacksonville FL Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will representing the enterprise in all aspects of government contracting including, but not limited to, procurement, negotiations, bid development, protests, claims, dispute resolution, negotiations with Contracting Officers and US Government agencies and audits. Reviewing solicitations for risk factors, liabilities, and appropriateness of referenced regulations. Providing guidance on Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations (DFARs) Supplement, Code of Federal Regulations, and other relevant US or international acquisition regulations. Developing and implementing a program to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and contract provisions. Innovating the approach to government bid opportunities in support of the objectives set while mitigating associated risk and exposure. Providing guidance on subcontract language and drafting/revising agreements for acquisition strategies. Law degree are required. 7-10 years experience in government contracting are required. Experience in civilian contracting also required; specific experience in the maritime industry, logistics and corporate law preferred. Ability to obtain secret clearance preferred. Proficient in Microsoft Office products, including Excel, Outlook and Word. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel - Strategy, Technology And New Business Initiatives

Boca Raton FL Corporate Counsel - Strategy, Technology and New Business Initiatives The candidate will prepare, review and negotiation of various customer contracts and agreements, including leasing/licensing agreements, exclusive venue agreements for wireless use with property owners, service level agreements to customers and Master Services and Statement of Work agreements as needed to support the development of new business initiatives. Prepare, review and negotiation of various supplier contracts and agreements, including software license agreements, exclusivity provisions, back-to-back requirements with suppliers and/or service providers to support leasing/licensing agreements with customers, collaborations, joint ventures and partnership agreements including consulting services agreements and statements of work as requested by the Strategy, Technology and New Business Initiatives business team. Develop and maintain thorough knowledge of all applicable agreements and regularly communicate with internal and external customers and vendors regarding contractual rights and obligations. Inform internal and external customers and vendors of project statuses, procedural requirements and changes that impact the business relationship. Review of RFPs/RFQs and assist the business team with preparation of responses to the same. Assist the business team with preparation of approval packages for proposed new business initiatives. Collaborate with other departments on due diligence for new business opportunities. Ensure process efficiency and accurate and timely deliverables within provided cycle time goals. Other projects and duties as assigned. May direct activities of administrative support staff and legal assistants as assigned by Associate General Counsel and General Counsel. Must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Strong written and oral communication skills, including the ability to communicate effectively with internal customers and colleagues and external parties required. Strong organizational skills; ability to accomplish tasks within agreed upon timeframes through effective prioritization of duties and functions required. Good follow up skills, ability to track project progress and stay current on project status and milestones required. Ability to effectively build and maintain working relationships both within the department and throughout the company required. Strong negotiation skills; ability to effectively resolve conflict in relation to contracts and contract compliance required. Attention to detail in the preparation and review of contracts and agreements; strong legal drafting skills required. Strong computer skills; proficient with Microsoft Office Suite including Excel, Word, and familiarity with Access database essential. BA/BS required. Juris Doctorate required. 4-6 years of experience as a wireless industry attorney, with experience in technology, tangible and intangible property rights, and commercial real estate required. Connected venues, property/venue lease and energy-related contract experience strongly preferred. Knowledge of finance and general corporate matters strongly preferred. Ability to read, analyze and interpret legal documents essential. Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills required. Fluency in Spanish (written and verbal) is strongly preferred. Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, proportions, percentages, area and volume required. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions required. Bar admittance and good standing in a US state required. If Bar admittance is in a state other than Florida, the ability to be certified by the Florida Bar Association as Authorized House Counsel. Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2020-06-27

Corporate Counsel

Tampa FL Corporate Counsel Duties: Provide primary legal counsel in many varied facets of corporate legal work, including substantial M&A, client and vendor contract drafting and negotiation, contract dispute resolution and collections. Work with outside counsel as appropriate. Regulatory oversight and compliance. Corporate Secretary. Other related projects and duties as requested.

Requirements: Highly Intelligent, Bachelor's Degree with minimum 3.5 GPA and 1200 SAT (29 ACT). Law Degree from accredited Law School; minimum 3.5 GPA. Florida Bar member in good standing. 5+ years experience in corporate law. Highly organized, extremely detail oriented, and leans towards perfectionism. Outstanding negotiating skills; ability to see around corners and anticipate multiple moves in advance. Positive and motivated team player. Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills. Strong financial acumen. Ability to problem-solve, analyze potential solutions and use good sound judgment to make decisions. Ability to work well under pressure in fast-paced environment.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-26

Compliance Attorney

Clearwater FL Compliance Attorney The candidate under the direction of company's General Counsel, this position will oversee the company's data privacy, TCPA, CCPA, HR, and other compliance initiatives. This position will drive a corporate culture that sees and understands the benefits of compliance as a component of business performance and act as a key person in the development of company's products and services. This position is the key resource to collaborate with senior leadership as well as all departments where compliance risks exist. This position will ensure the company is properly addressing its compliance issues and risk profile. Reports to: General Counsel, EVP of Compliance & HR. Develop and maintain position working relationship with both internal and external clients. Act as the primary liaison between the Legal Department and Compliance Department. Oversee and manage consumer complaint intake and response process and develop associated policies and procedures. Act as the central point of contact for business units and external clients on compliance matters. Lead, direct, and implement a variety of compliance initiatives across the company including, but not limited to, CCPA, TCPA, and other consumer-focused compliance programs. Ability to effectively generate, edit, and communicate guidelines to the Compliance Department and business units, and obtain clarity from the Legal Department as necessary. Manage relationships with the company's customers and interact with customers counsel on compliance matters. Coordinate with Human Resources to implement company-wide employment law compliance programs. Create, distribute, and maintain compliance documentation for auditing purposes. Oversee and direct compliance team to QA creative and other content on live web pages to ensure all are compliant with applicable law. Manage and direct vendor intake and vetting process. Proactively communicate with business units in identifying errors or providing constructive feedback on compliance matters. Ensure consistency of compliance processes across the organization and improve lines of communication between business units on compliance matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate Degree from an ABA-accredited law school, 1-5 years ? experience minimum. Must be admitted to a recognized Bar. Internship experience required for new attorneys is required. Must have experience working in-house. Should have experience working with consumer-facing legal matters. Experience frequently working with consumer law matters is required. Experience with employment law related issues a plus. Stay current on recent legal developments that might impact the operations of the business. Must have knowledge of laws and regulations affecting the digital media, performance marketing, and lead generation landscape. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work with cross-functional teams and high level executives and board members are required. Must have exceptional organizational skills with the ability to handle multiple, high priority projects with a keen attention to detail and within a demanding environment.
Legal 1 - 5 Full-time 2020-06-24

Corporate Counsel

Fort Lauderdale FL Corporate Counsel The candidate reports to the Head of Legal, North America. This role will be responsible to ensure the company always operates in compliance with rules and regulations, offers counsel on legal issues related to all aspects of the business, acts as a legal guardian of the organization, and partners with the business to facilitate organizational growth and development. Will be able to provide effective guidance for ensuring legal compliance, mitigate risk exposure. Provide expert and strategic legal advice to senior management on all legal based matters across the business. Anticipate legal issues or potential risks to the business, estimate risks and make appropriate strategic recommendations. Draft concise agreements that minimize risks. Keep abreast of legislative changes and proactively makes recommendations for policy changes accordingly to protect the business. Effectively negotiate with external parties where required on legal based business matters. Attract, develop, direct, motivate, and drive high performance across direct reports. Should have J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school. Must have 1-2 years professional legal experience, including law firm and in-house legal. Must have generalist and broad legal knowledge in all relevant areas (e.g. corporate & labor law, litigation). Should have ability to develop legal strategy and set objectives in line with the business direction and needs. Should be member of a State Bar. Legal 1 - 2 Full-time 2020-06-18

Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property

Miami FL Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property The candidate will perform duties include: Promotes the vision, mission and values by effectively communicating them to others. Considers vision, mission, and values in developing services, standards, and practices.Establishes a risk matrix, assist in defining risk positions, and creates comprehensive, multiyear strategy to protect intellectual property. Advises on and sets Company's legal strategy behind its Intellectual Property program to protect Company's Intellectual Property, including confidential information and trade secrets. Establishes and communicates clear guidance and understanding throughout the organization about the significance and value of a trade secret program, what is protectable business information, and best practice for protecting such information. Researches, advises and implements best practices for corporate intellectual property protection programs. Researches state and federal trade secret statutes and monitors dockets for new developments, approaches and standards. Provides advice and legal opinion on intellectual property issues and federal and state laws and regulations. Reviews, develops and implements policies, procedures and standard terms for agreements to ensure the Company's intellectual property is protected and aligns with the current industry best practices. Sets policies around confidentiality and intellectual property protections. Negotiate and draft trade secret and confidentiality language for license agreements, confidentiality agreements, employment agreements, severance agreements, etc. Strategize and partner with business leaders to set and improve intellectual property protections across the company, including partnering with IT to implement and improve industry-leading technology solutions to trade secret and other intellectual property protections. Establish processes, guidelines and policies for engaging and partnering with legal for review of company information, programs, systems and presentations for trade secret compliance and nuances. Manage and maintains patents, trademarks, service marks, fictitious name filings, licenses, domain names, etc.Establish best practices with Marketing for fair use and ways to avoid infringements of third-party materials; reviews materials for violations. Presents at employee conferences and meetings to educate on guidelines for intellectual property and trade secrets. Manages brand enforcement activity including cease and desist letters, take down requests; negotiates settlements. Leads and manages internal investigations of suspected confidentiality, trade secret, and other intellectual property violations. Handles trade secret/confidentiality violations and pursues all legal remedies.Directs program manager activity to ensure the roadmap is being followed and all of the requisite activities are being completed, that processes are continuously being improved, and all functions in the company are participating in the program as they should. Supervises, assists and manages outside counsel in any intellectual property enforcement actions, evaluating the strength of the claims, conducting risk analyses and evaluating resolution opportunities. Drafts, negotiates, reviews, finalizes and represents the Company and internal clients interests in a broad range of contractual documents.Performs other duties as assigned and modified at direction of Manager or Director of Corporate Counsel.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Should have an active license or officially qualified or admitted to practice law as in-house counsel to the extent as required in the jurisdiction. Eight (8) or more years of experience with trade secret and intellectual property protection, enforcement and litigation. Experience in corporate trade secret protection programs a plus. Experience working on matters of protection and enforcement of Trade Secrets, Intellectual Property and Confidential Information and with a Board of Directors. Experience supervising support staff in a corporation; experience with cost-effective management of outside legal resources; experience managing other attorneys preferred
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-18
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Administrator - National Mediation
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Manage and oversee mediation operations. Increase the number of securities related disputes settled through mediation, thereby increasing customer and industry satisfaction by facilitating efficient resolution of disputes Essential Job F... + read more

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Associate Legal Counsel
In-House,Michael Baker International
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In-house Counsel (litigation)
Refer job# FCRG150441
 
In-house Counsel (Litigation) The candidate will coordinating documents drafting, filing, discovery, documents' production and depositions with outside counsel and insurer. Tracking lawsuits, reporting on status and development in lawsuits. Recommending engagement of outside counsel. Strategic advise on litigation, control of legal costs. Work in with various legal teams involved in disputes' resolution. Engagement of expert witnesses, interaction with them. Assistance with drafting and negotiating, resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships and handling various HR issues. Applying knowledge of law to advise on legal rights and obligations, researching applicable laws, regulations and rulings. Obtaining and analyzing all relevant information in order to provide accurate legal advice. Working collaboratively and professionally with other associates, insurers, IT specialists in cross functional teams to achieve corporate goals. Control over compliance with US government regulatory requirements.

The candidate should have Law Degree from an ABA accredited law school and membership in one state Bar. Should have 3+ years PQE. Strong knowledge of the US commercial law. Experienced in litigation. Experience in information technology industry preferred.
 
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Deputy General Counsel For M & A And Securities
Refer job# YPDE150375
 
Deputy General Counsel for M & A and Securities The candidate will prepare and negotiate Non-Disclosure and Confidentiality Agreements. Conduct M&A due diligence. Prepare Term sheets. Prepare Expressions of Interest. Prepare Letters of Intent. Prepare and negotiate Employment Agreements. Prepare and negotiate Definitive Agreements. Engage and manage external legal advisors. Serve as the primary source of legal support for Shareholders Relations. Review, update and provide guidance in connection with the application of share program documents to maintain multi-jurisdiction compliance. Work with external share program consultant to review and maintain multi-jurisdiction filing compliance. Work with Shareholder Relations to review and update the EHL SharePoint site to ensure that the shareholder information contained therein is kept up to date. Serve as the Legal Team subject matter expert in EHL share-related matters. Participate in legal team calls and meetings. Engage and efficiently manage external legal advisors.

The candidate should have Law degree from an accredited university. Should have State/Provincial Bar Admission. Should have 10 years of substantive mergers and acquisitions experience including cross-border experience. Experience leading engineering /consulting (professional services) M&A transactions. Experience preparing, reviewing, negotiating, and advising on all forms of M&A agreements and deal structures. Strong legal research and writing and complex problem-solving skills. Functional knowledge of Microsoft Office and Adobe. Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment with demanding deadlines. Works well both individually and in teams, and can work effectively with both internal and external clients. Capable of handling complex legal issues with business acumen. Experience in an engineering/construction or other professional services consulting firm. Share program legal-support experience in an international, employee-owned company.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Development And Counsel
Refer job# HGBU150334
 
Real Estate Development and Counsel The candidate will be responsible for providing a broad range of real estate and other legal services with a strong emphasis on property acquisition and management, litigation, and transactions. Provides legal advice to firm and its affiliates regarding various areas of assigned specialization, develops and maintains internal relationships, drafts, prepares and reviews lease agreements, PSAs, mortgages, closing documents, and goverment-related agreements. Provides support to and collaborating with other departments, as necessary. Reports to the Senior Vice President, Strategic Assets/Real Estate.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior International Trade Compliance Counsel
Refer job# BFXJ150341
 
Senior International Trade Compliance Counsel The candidate will provide general advice and counseling on international trade compliance laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standard work. Will manage investigations of potential or suspected violations of law or company policy and, where required, prepare disclosures to U.S. Government agencies. Manage all trade compliance matters in the ITC investigation management system, including opening new investigations and inquiries, working with key investigators, and oversee the completion of corrective actions by business units throughout the globe. Manage and oversee complex transaction reviews for our global business enterprise that touch on multi-jurisdictional sanctions programs and export control regimes. Manage and update sanctions, export & licensing compliance procedures; draft processes and work step instructions in support of compliance policy and procedures. Implement new processes and procedures across business. Support the development and communication of solid ITC program infrastructure, leadership, culture, awareness and training. Prepare factual summaries, presentations and training materials regarding trade compliance issues and obligations, and lead presentations to and training sessions for business teams and management as needed. Participate in audits, internal reviews and investigations to identify compliance enhancement opportunities and develop corrective actions and risk mitigation strategies to address compliance gaps. Project leadership in compliance enhancement initiatives by collaborating with other departments (Engineering, Human Resources, Supply Chain, IT etc.) and leading cross-functional teams.

The candidate should have BA/BS degree and JD with 5+ years of experience. Must have extensive working knowledge of the EAR, OFAC and other sanction programs, and antiboycott regulations. General corporate or commercial experience providing guidance and practical solutions for doing business  with or in other countries preferred. Must be proficient at approaching problems/risks/issues with professionalism, confidence and decisiveness. Compliance program, risk management and/or investigations experience a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# DQSO150356
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will representing the enterprise in all aspects of government contracting including, but not limited to, procurement, negotiations, bid development, protests, claims, dispute resolution, negotiations with Contracting Officers and US Government agencies and audits. Reviewing solicitations for risk factors, liabilities, and appropriateness of referenced regulations. Providing guidance on Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations (DFARs) Supplement, Code of Federal Regulations, and other relevant US or international acquisition regulations. Developing and implementing a program to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and contract provisions. Innovating the approach to government bid opportunities in support of the objectives set while mitigating associated risk and exposure. Providing guidance on subcontract language and drafting/revising agreements for acquisition strategies. Law degree are required. 7-10 years experience in government contracting are required. Experience in civilian contracting also required; specific experience in the maritime industry, logistics and corporate law preferred. Ability to obtain secret clearance preferred. Proficient in Microsoft Office products, including Excel, Outlook and Word.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Strategy, Technology And New Business Initiatives
Refer job# LDOA150317
 
Corporate Counsel - Strategy, Technology and New Business Initiatives The candidate will prepare, review and negotiation of various customer contracts and agreements, including leasing/licensing agreements, exclusive venue agreements for wireless use with property owners, service level agreements to customers and Master Services and Statement of Work agreements as needed to support the development of new business initiatives. Prepare, review and negotiation of various supplier contracts and agreements, including software license agreements, exclusivity provisions, back-to-back requirements with suppliers and/or service providers to support leasing/licensing agreements with customers, collaborations, joint ventures and partnership agreements including consulting services agreements and statements of work as requested by the Strategy, Technology and New Business Initiatives business team. Develop and maintain thorough knowledge of all applicable agreements and regularly communicate with internal and external customers and vendors regarding contractual rights and obligations. Inform internal and external customers and vendors of project statuses, procedural requirements and changes that impact the business relationship. Review of RFPs/RFQs and assist the business team with preparation of responses to the same. Assist the business team with preparation of approval packages for proposed new business initiatives. Collaborate with other departments on due diligence for new business opportunities. Ensure process efficiency and accurate and timely deliverables within provided cycle time goals. Other projects and duties as assigned. May direct activities of administrative support staff and legal assistants as assigned by Associate General Counsel and General Counsel. Must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Strong written and oral communication skills, including the ability to communicate effectively with internal customers and colleagues and external parties required. Strong organizational skills; ability to accomplish tasks within agreed upon timeframes through effective prioritization of duties and functions required. Good follow up skills, ability to track project progress and stay current on project status and milestones required. Ability to effectively build and maintain working relationships both within the department and throughout the company required. Strong negotiation skills; ability to effectively resolve conflict in relation to contracts and contract compliance required. Attention to detail in the preparation and review of contracts and agreements; strong legal drafting skills required. Strong computer skills; proficient with Microsoft Office Suite including Excel, Word, and familiarity with Access database essential. BA/BS required. Juris Doctorate required. 4-6 years of experience as a wireless industry attorney, with experience in technology, tangible and intangible property rights, and commercial real estate required. Connected venues, property/venue lease and energy-related contract experience strongly preferred. Knowledge of finance and general corporate matters strongly preferred. Ability to read, analyze and interpret legal documents essential. Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills required. Fluency in Spanish (written and verbal) is strongly preferred. Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, proportions, percentages, area and volume required. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions required. Bar admittance and good standing in a US state required. If Bar admittance is in a state other than Florida, the ability to be certified by the Florida Bar Association as Authorized House Counsel.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# XUAF150291
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Provide primary legal counsel in many varied facets of corporate legal work, including substantial M&A, client and vendor contract drafting and negotiation, contract dispute resolution and collections. Work with outside counsel as appropriate. Regulatory oversight and compliance. Corporate Secretary. Other related projects and duties as requested.

Requirements: Highly Intelligent, Bachelor's Degree with minimum 3.5 GPA and 1200 SAT (29 ACT). Law Degree from accredited Law School; minimum 3.5 GPA. Florida Bar member in good standing. 5+ years experience in corporate law. Highly organized, extremely detail oriented, and leans towards perfectionism. Outstanding negotiating skills; ability to see around corners and anticipate multiple moves in advance. Positive and motivated team player. Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills. Strong financial acumen. Ability to problem-solve, analyze potential solutions and use good sound judgment to make decisions. Ability to work well under pressure in fast-paced environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Compliance Attorney
Refer job# KFPK150256
 
Compliance Attorney The candidate under the direction of company's General Counsel, this position will oversee the company's data privacy, TCPA, CCPA, HR, and other compliance initiatives. This position will drive a corporate culture that sees and understands the benefits of compliance as a component of business performance and act as a key person in the development of company's products and services. This position is the key resource to collaborate with senior leadership as well as all departments where compliance risks exist. This position will ensure the company is properly addressing its compliance issues and risk profile. Reports to: General Counsel, EVP of Compliance & HR. Develop and maintain position working relationship with both internal and external clients. Act as the primary liaison between the Legal Department and Compliance Department. Oversee and manage consumer complaint intake and response process and develop associated policies and procedures. Act as the central point of contact for business units and external clients on compliance matters. Lead, direct, and implement a variety of compliance initiatives across the company including, but not limited to, CCPA, TCPA, and other consumer-focused compliance programs. Ability to effectively generate, edit, and communicate guidelines to the Compliance Department and business units, and obtain clarity from the Legal Department as necessary. Manage relationships with the company's customers and interact with customers counsel on compliance matters. Coordinate with Human Resources to implement company-wide employment law compliance programs. Create, distribute, and maintain compliance documentation for auditing purposes. Oversee and direct compliance team to QA creative and other content on live web pages to ensure all are compliant with applicable law. Manage and direct vendor intake and vetting process. Proactively communicate with business units in identifying errors or providing constructive feedback on compliance matters. Ensure consistency of compliance processes across the organization and improve lines of communication between business units on compliance matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate Degree from an ABA-accredited law school, 1-5 years ? experience minimum. Must be admitted to a recognized Bar. Internship experience required for new attorneys is required. Must have experience working in-house. Should have experience working with consumer-facing legal matters. Experience frequently working with consumer law matters is required. Experience with employment law related issues a plus. Stay current on recent legal developments that might impact the operations of the business. Must have knowledge of laws and regulations affecting the digital media, performance marketing, and lead generation landscape. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work with cross-functional teams and high level executives and board members are required. Must have exceptional organizational skills with the ability to handle multiple, high priority projects with a keen attention to detail and within a demanding environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UFIY150193
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate reports to the Head of Legal, North America. This role will be responsible to ensure the company always operates in compliance with rules and regulations, offers counsel on legal issues related to all aspects of the business, acts as a legal guardian of the organization, and partners with the business to facilitate organizational growth and development. Will be able to provide effective guidance for ensuring legal compliance, mitigate risk exposure. Provide expert and strategic legal advice to senior management on all legal based matters across the business. Anticipate legal issues or potential risks to the business, estimate risks and make appropriate strategic recommendations. Draft concise agreements that minimize risks. Keep abreast of legislative changes and proactively makes recommendations for policy changes accordingly to protect the business. Effectively negotiate with external parties where required on legal based business matters. Attract, develop, direct, motivate, and drive high performance across direct reports. Should have J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school. Must have 1-2 years professional legal experience, including law firm and in-house legal. Must have generalist and broad legal knowledge in all relevant areas (e.g. corporate & labor law, litigation). Should have ability to develop legal strategy and set objectives in line with the business direction and needs. Should be member of a State Bar.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# SYZV150203
 
Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property The candidate will perform duties include: Promotes the vision, mission and values by effectively communicating them to others. Considers vision, mission, and values in developing services, standards, and practices.Establishes a risk matrix, assist in defining risk positions, and creates comprehensive, multiyear strategy to protect intellectual property. Advises on and sets Company's legal strategy behind its Intellectual Property program to protect Company's Intellectual Property, including confidential information and trade secrets. Establishes and communicates clear guidance and understanding throughout the organization about the significance and value of a trade secret program, what is protectable business information, and best practice for protecting such information. Researches, advises and implements best practices for corporate intellectual property protection programs. Researches state and federal trade secret statutes and monitors dockets for new developments, approaches and standards. Provides advice and legal opinion on intellectual property issues and federal and state laws and regulations. Reviews, develops and implements policies, procedures and standard terms for agreements to ensure the Company's intellectual property is protected and aligns with the current industry best practices. Sets policies around confidentiality and intellectual property protections. Negotiate and draft trade secret and confidentiality language for license agreements, confidentiality agreements, employment agreements, severance agreements, etc. Strategize and partner with business leaders to set and improve intellectual property protections across the company, including partnering with IT to implement and improve industry-leading technology solutions to trade secret and other intellectual property protections. Establish processes, guidelines and policies for engaging and partnering with legal for review of company information, programs, systems and presentations for trade secret compliance and nuances. Manage and maintains patents, trademarks, service marks, fictitious name filings, licenses, domain names, etc.Establish best practices with Marketing for fair use and ways to avoid infringements of third-party materials; reviews materials for violations. Presents at employee conferences and meetings to educate on guidelines for intellectual property and trade secrets. Manages brand enforcement activity including cease and desist letters, take down requests; negotiates settlements. Leads and manages internal investigations of suspected confidentiality, trade secret, and other intellectual property violations. Handles trade secret/confidentiality violations and pursues all legal remedies.Directs program manager activity to ensure the roadmap is being followed and all of the requisite activities are being completed, that processes are continuously being improved, and all functions in the company are participating in the program as they should. Supervises, assists and manages outside counsel in any intellectual property enforcement actions, evaluating the strength of the claims, conducting risk analyses and evaluating resolution opportunities. Drafts, negotiates, reviews, finalizes and represents the Company and internal clients interests in a broad range of contractual documents.Performs other duties as assigned and modified at direction of Manager or Director of Corporate Counsel.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Should have an active license or officially qualified or admitted to practice law as in-house counsel to the extent as required in the jurisdiction. Eight (8) or more years of experience with trade secret and intellectual property protection, enforcement and litigation. Experience in corporate trade secret protection programs a plus. Experience working on matters of protection and enforcement of Trade Secrets, Intellectual Property and Confidential Information and with a Board of Directors. Experience supervising support staff in a corporation; experience with cost-effective management of outside legal resources; experience managing other attorneys preferred
 
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