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Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Assists General Counsel in drafting and negotiating transaction documents. Responsible for identifying and analyzing legal and business issues, articulating risks and benefits, and presenting clear recommendations to help guide key stakeholders to the best decisions for the company. Render day-to-day legal counsel to clients at all levels and within all departments of the organization Demonstrate strong commercial orientation and support for clients Partners with outside counsel; develops budget for projects and manages outside counsel to budget. Recommends changes to company processes, policies and practices. Develops appropriate training materials and conducts training sessions for client groups on topics of interest. Develops and maintains working relationships with business unit partners. Works under general direction and keeps supervisor informed as projects proceed.

Requirements: Law Degree from A.B.A. accredited law school. 4 years of experience as an attorney and experience involving complex strategic transactions (i.e. national account relationships, acquisitions, divestiture, joint ventures, sourcing arrangements). Collaborative and interpersonal skills. Ability to manage multiple complex projects simultaneously. Communication skills, including ability to actively listen and to give counsel in a clear and concise manner. Negotiation skills. Time management skills. Strong influencing skills.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-11

Counsel, International Sanctions And Trade

Atlanta GA Counsel, International Sanctions and Trade Duties: Be a trusted partner and key advisor for sanctions-related aspects of our compliance portfolio including sanctions management and strategy, investigations, screening, and trade related matters. Will influence internal and external parties and be the leading voice on complex global sanctions issues. Provide legal advice concerning global trade compliance matters, including sanctions, FCPA, anti-boycott laws, money laundering and embargos, in support of global operations. Proactively identify, evaluate, and manage sanctions risks in a way that enables the organization to deliver sustainable business growth. Serve as the primary owner of The Coca-Cola Company's sanctions compliance program. Implement integrated compliance systems and digital tools to provide advice for the businesses on how best to grow our product portfolios internationally. Provide critical advice and direction on strategic sanctions-related M&A transactions perspective prior to, during, and after an acquisition. Manage, coordinate, and oversee the work of outside counsel, forensic accountants, and other advisors to prepare deliverables and ensure concerns get addressed. Work independently in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment with tight deadlines. Serve as main contact point for company personnel, including senior company leaders on sanctions issues. Supervise and conduct customer and third-party due diligence on sanctions issues in conjunction with Customs and anti-bribery team. Ensure company's policies and procedures on sanctions are up to date and consistent with OFAC, BIS, DOJ, and other authorities compliance program guidance. Develop and provide training on sanctions and sanctions-related export compliance issues. Lead/support investigations into sanctions and sanctions-related export control compliance. Issues. Monitor and prepare summaries for senior stakeholders sanctions/export trade policy changes and trends that may impact the business. Identify opportunities to comment on proposed legislation and lead periodic sanctions risk assessments and audits and direct program enhancements as appropriate. Assist with development and leveraging skills of the global network of teams.

Requirements: JD Degree. U.S. state bar admission in good standing is required. 5+ years' sanctions compliance experience at a major law firm or in-house legal department for a global company. Experience with regulatory and/or internal investigations, and in building, implementing, and monitoring effective trade sanctions compliance programs is preferred. Familiarity with Export Control screening software applications and strong data analytics skills are preferred. Ability to learn quickly about the organization and processes and use that understanding to plan and implement specialized assignments. Ability to network effectively across the organization and with people in a variety of job roles to share subject matter expertise. Ability to network effectively within the industry and global trade practice area groups, particularly to keep abreast of regulatory developments. Ability to interact comfortably with executives and senior management; strong verbal and analytical skills; exceptional interpersonal skills; highly team-oriented; a commitment to professionalism.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-08

Legal Counsel - Commercial Contracts/employment

Atlanta GA Legal Counsel - Commercial Contracts/Employment Duties: Draft, review and negotiate a broad range of commercial agreements, including software licensing, support services, and nondisclosure agreements. Partner with HR and key business stakeholders and provide guidance on a variety of employment law matters, including employee relations, performance counseling, restrictive covenants, employment claims, wage and hour issues, and leave issues under federal and state laws. Develop, revise and implement global employment agreements, policies, and procedures and create customized trainings in various subject matters. Understand key IP, commercial, finance and HR requirements. Keep up-to-date on applicable laws, regulations, and industry guidance. Drive compliance in day-to-day sales activities, including providing training. Assist with legal department projects as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited U.S. law school required. Member of a State Bar in good standing. 2+ years of employment law and/or transactional legal experience, preferably in an in-house software or technology company. An excellent communicator with all levels of an organization, including executive leadership. An excellent project manager and able to take ownership of stakeholders and solutions. Assertive and able to negotiate complex legal transactions. Able to work both autonomously and collaboratively in a fast-paced and challenging environment. Knowledge of US and/or EU privacy/security laws (including CIPP certification). High volume commercial transactions experience with a software or other technology company, including experience with negotiating licenses and contracts for software and related services.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-02

Junior Attorney, Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Junior Attorney, Corporate Counsel The candidate will work from home until the sometime in the late Spring of 2021 when the COVID pandemic is getting under control. Will be primarily responsible for (i) drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a wide variety of commercial contracts, including master services agreements, non-disclosure agreements, SaaS agreements, licensing agreements, and other contracts to support the company s business, (ii) assisting with data privacy and compliance related matters, and (iii) assisting with corporate governance/permits and licensing related matters. Also will be responsible for developing working knowledge of contracting principles, business competencies, and knowledge that allows for a flexible and adaptive approach to addressing risk and opportunities in a competitive industry environment. Must be capable of researching, understanding, applying applicable laws and regulations governing data protection in support of providing recommendations to business stakeholders and leaders and meeting the needs of clients. Will also be responsible for assisting the Director of Legal Counsel with training and overseeing the work of Associate Corporate Counsel and Contracts Mangers. Report to the Director, Legal Counsel. Draft, review, negotiate and close a wide variety of commercial contracts with the company s clients and strategic partners. Work closely with business partners in Sales, Marketing, Customer Service, Security and other departments within to successfully close transactions in a manner consistent with company s policies and best interests. Assist with the creation and implementation of legal team SOP(s). Research and draft memorandums regarding issues relevant to data protection (both nationally and internationally). Assist with GDPR, CCPA, and other Data Privacy compliance and processes. Assist with overseeing Corporate Governance and Permits/Licensing Functioning. Provide other legal services and advice to the company as needed.

The candidate should be Graduate of an accredited American law school and currently licensed to practice law in any state with a preference to practice law in or obtain appropriate licensing in Georgia. Must have 3 years of relevant experience as a transactional attorney in private practice, in-house, or preferably a mix of both. Should have ability to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the position, as described above and as modified from time to time based on our company's evolving needs. Must have exceptional written and verbal communications skills. Excellent judgment and sound decision-making skills are required. Must have ability to interface professionally and effectively with all levels of personnel internally and externally, up to and including senior executives and other key personnel
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-31

Ethics And Compliance Counsel

Carrollton GA Ethics and Compliance Counsel Duties: Management of Ethics & Compliance program, which includes its Code of Business Conduct; learning, communications, and engagement strategy and implementation; policy management and development; cross-functional collaboration and coordination with other compliance leaders; and risk and program assessments. Management of ethics helpline, case management system and process, and investigations, including conducting/assisting with internal investigations, implementing process enhancements, and preparing reporting for Board of Directors. Leading projects designed to continue to enhance E&C program. Supporting privacy and cybersecurity related and corporate governance related initiatives.

Qualifications: Has a law degree and has practiced for 4+ years or, in the case of a non-attorney, has 7+ years working in corporate compliance, ethics, legal, governance, risk and controls, privacy/cybersecurity, or auditing. Has the highest standards of ethics and integrity and is able to maintain confidentiality of information at all times. Has deep and broad ethics and compliance subject matter expertise, is well-versed in ethics and compliance program management and standard methodologies, and has strong project management and execution skills. Has experience supporting corporate privacy/cybersecurity programs. Has ability to acquire and demonstrate fluency in the Southwire's businesses and strategy (experience in the manufacturing industry is not necessary but is a plus). Takes their work seriously, but has a good sense of humor.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-31

Managing Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection

Alpharetta GA Managing Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection The candidate will provide proactive mentorship on privacy and data security issues across legal and compliance teams to drive partnership, knowledge-sharing and efficiency. Will serve as a legal subject matter specialist and advice on standard methodologies across all aspects of privacy and data protection law and regulation. Support growth of new business opportunities by analyzing the privacy implications of new data-driven products and services, specifically in the areas of data analytics and fintech, and providing mentorship on minimizing privacy compliance risk, and as needed, conduct risk assessments related thereto. Monitor changes in applicable privacy laws; prepare updates and connect with internal clients to keep them abreast of these developments. Respond to privacy and data protection-related inquiries from a wide range of groups across the company and providing significant advice and legal counsel regarding the same. Advice on the potential business impact of GLBA, HIPAA, CCPA, GDPR, proposed NIST Privacy Framework and other global privacy and data security laws and regulations. Draft, develop, implement and maintain privacy policies, procedures, notices and guidelines. Draft and negotiate privacy and data protection-related provisions of commercial and technology contracts, including data usage and license agreements, vendor/service provider agreements, customer agreements, data transfer and data protection agreements. Creatively build upon and drive awareness around privacy and data security issues. Provide strategic direction and leadership to cross-functional teams including business Operations, Marketing, Procurement, IT, HR and other partners. Develop guidelines, training and tools to support accountability and compliance across the organization.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor or LLM from an accredited law school. (In good standing with the State Bar with no disciplinary record.). Must have a STEM background. Must have 8+ years experience with at least 4 years in a global corporate legal department, with a substantial focus on data analytics. Experience with technology, digital media and fintech is required. CIPP strongly preferred. Must have strong interpersonal and team-building skills. Must have strong organizational skills and the ability to prioritize and to juggle multiple tasks. The ability to influence beyond authority in a sophisticated and matrixed organization is required. Must have strong speaking, writing and negotiating skills and good attention to detail.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-30

Corporate Counsel

Norcross GA Corporate Counsel Duties: Overseeing and assessing diligence on M&A deals, preparing due diligence memos, and drafting and negotiating purchase agreements with the guidance and support of other lawyers. Drafting and negotiating contracts for technology, services, marketing and advertising, purchasing, and supply, in such a way that business colleagues with a range of sophistication and experience can comply with and use the contracts in a self-serve manner, as appropriate. Training sales teams to enhance their working knowledge of contract risk management issues and mitigation paths over time. Drafting sweepstakes, promotions, marketing programs, and rules and terms as needed for the business. Assessing risks and remedies in disputes ranging from contract, product liability, dealer protection and dealer network disputes. Working with outside counsel as needed. Maintaining excellent relationships with internal clients and colleagues to be a valued member of the Deal Team.

Qualifications: A JD Degree from an accredited United States law school and membership of the State Bar of any U.S. state. 1-2 years of work experience as an associate in a well-regarded national or regional firm, with corporate and M&A experience preferred. Solid work experience of representing mid to large clients. An ability to balance numerous short-term and long-term responsibilities, balancing them on a day-to-day basis as events require, but also achieving traction on long-term initiatives. The ability to command the respect of business leaders and outside counsel across a wide spectrum of experience and sophistication. Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to lead and influence. A self-starter attitude, comfortable working under pressure. An ability to engage in searching, critical discussion without personalizing outcomes. Unquestioned integrity and ethics in all dealings. The ability to work collaboratively and efficiently with business clients and legal colleagues. Able to manage multiple priorities, and be a clear communicator.
Legal 1 - 2 Full-time 2020-12-25

Assistant General Counsel, Data Strategy/Privacy Technology

Atlanta GA Assistant General Counsel, Data Strategy/Privacy Technology Duties: Provide counsel, strategic advice and business guidance on data privacy matters across all lines of a dynamic retail business, with specific emphasis on supporting the company s digital strategy and issues related to data analytics and the implementation of new technologies. Conduct privacy impact assessments of data driven tools and technologies, including providing values-driven advice and counsel on the Company s potential use of such tools and technologies, e.g. Automated Decision Making, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Tracking and Surveillance, Internet Monitoring, Web Tracking, Location Tracking, Audio and Video Surveillance, IoT devices, Chat Bots, Speech Recognition, Mobile Social Computing, and Geo-Tagging. Develop and implement solutions to ensure privacy policies are correctly implemented. The implementations should advance compliance with legal forms of data use as well as support business use of data. Work to align advanced technologies and Privacy by Design principles from the first stages of development and ensure that the data use meets established regulatory compliance needs. Collaborate with data product development teams creating new uses of data that employ privacy features. Interact with internal data privacy managers, product development teams, legal, compliance, governance and data protection teams. Interface with usability team to ensure user-facing privacy controls and experiences are usable. Use data anonymization, pseudonimization and encryption to help develop systems and processes that preserve and improve privacy protections. Provide advice and counsel to guide the development of new privacy products and features. Identify areas of improvement in current practices relative to managing data privacy. Perform regular privacy assessments of operational processes, identifying, and mitigating risks across the Company through effective tools, training and guidance. Act as key interface to data science and analytics stakeholders within the organization. Assist the Chief Privacy Officer in the execution and continuous improvement of The Home Depot s Privacy and Data Compliance Program, including policies and procedures as they relate to customers and associates. Understand the technologies that create privacy and data security challenges and keep current on legislative, judicial and regulatory privacy and data security developments in order to understand and communicate the effect of such developments on The Home Depot s business. Assist the Incident Response Team in the review and coordination of potential privacy or data security incidents, including investigations, notifications, and other resolution efforts.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent and required certifications for practicing law. 10+ years (6-8 years Privacy or applicable subject matter expertise experience). Preferred: IAPP Privacy Certification such as CIPT highly preferred. Prior experience as in-house counsel. 10+ years of practice experience. Solid organizational and time management skills; ability to manage multiple projects concurrently. Ability to work well under pressure in a fast-paced, consistently changing environment, and respond to urgent situations, as required. Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. Proven drafting and negotiation skills. Ability to prepare and assist in preparation of reports and presentations to officers and executives as appropriate. Ability to work independently and as part of a team on numerous activities and prioritize them properly while meeting deadlines. Ability to confront conflict and difficult issues in a professional, assertive, and proactive manner. The self-starting ability to aggressively tackle new responsibilities and initiatives without receiving sufficient training or completely clear direction. Demonstrated knowledge and experience with privacy and data security laws and regulations and ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Specifically, possess strong substantive knowledge of legal and self-regulatory privacy and data security requirements globally (primarily North America), including, but not limited to, California Consumer Protection Act, PCI-DSS, Mobile Application Privacy Codes of Conduct, Online Behavioral Advertising Principles, State Breach Notification and Data Protection laws, FTC Act, Biometrics/Facial Recognition laws, Privacy Risk Models and Frameworks, e.g. NIST/Nymity frameworks, CASL, PIPEDA and various state privacy laws and industry regulations.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-19

Corporate Counsel/ Hotel Operations or Corporate Operations

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel/ Hotel Operations or Corporate Operations Duties: Under the guidance of a Vice President - Associate General Counsel or Senior Counsel, provides legal counsel, support and representation to the department or division served. May perform complex legal assignments in area of specialization. Conduct, supervise, and manage mediations, trials and other matters without limitation, throughout the country, utilizing and directing outside resources. Utilize outside counsel and other external resources as appropriate to ensure the Company is represented in a cost efficient and effective manner. Develop strategic direction and alternatives on legal matters. Provide status reports on pending legal matters, advice in course of action for department/division legal issues, and identify, review and understand internal files. Direct and oversee internal and external team members to ensure performance is measured and communicated, administrative matters are completed timely, internal and external budgets are developed, monitored and met, and profit and loss statements and other tracking tools are reviewed and utilized to measure performance on an ongoing. Draft, negotiate and review/modify legal documents to meet Company standards/objectives. Counsel department or division management on relevant legal Develop and maintain a good working relationship in all client areas. Assist management in evaluating the legal impact of various corporate or department strategies, determining alternatives based on business and legal considerations and the relevant environment. Represent and support department or division management in dealings with external. Coordinate and work with other areas of Legal Department on related matters to ensure efficient resolution. Train and educate employees on germane legal matters as preventive legal measures. Manage and work with outside counsel and counsel for outside parties as appropriate to ensure Company is represented effectively and efficiently. If applicable, coach and develop team members; hire, fire, assess, discipline, document performance, recommend salary and classification changes. Act as advisor to staff to help meet established schedules and/or resolve technical or operational problems.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree and a JD Degree. Member of the Georgia State Bar in good standing. 3+ years' post qualification and progressive work-related experience in the practice of law with expertise in designated area(s) of responsibility. Demonstrated analytical, research, and presentation skills, with ability to speak. Demonstrated ability to draft a variety of legal. Demonstrated project management experience in organizing, planning and executing large-scale projects from conception through. Demonstrated experience in leading, advising and developing. Demonstrated effective verbal and written communication skills for the purpose of providing information to clients, outside counsel, vendors and other third parties, senior management and staff.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-19

Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel The candidate will be advising clients on all aspects of data privacy compliance. Drafting and reviewing a variety of contracts. Supporting PCNA procurement department. Advising clients on new mobility and digital commerce initiatives. Coordination with the Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary on matters pertaining to budget and capacities for the assigned areas of responsibility. Monitoring regulations and best practices affecting PCNA s business and advising on necessary changes in PCNA s business practices required to conform to applicable law and best practices. Must have Undergraduate (B.A. or B.S.) and Law (J.D.) degrees from an accredited Law School. Admission to the bar in one of the 50 states required. IAPP or similar certification is strongly preferred. Must have 5+ years experience, and between 7-10 years of experience is preferred. Automotive sector experience is preferred. Law firm candidates that have worked with clients in the automotive sector are preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-19
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UTBK154474
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Assists General Counsel in drafting and negotiating transaction documents. Responsible for identifying and analyzing legal and business issues, articulating risks and benefits, and presenting clear recommendations to help guide key stakeholders to the best decisions for the company. Render day-to-day legal counsel to clients at all levels and within all departments of the organization Demonstrate strong commercial orientation and support for clients Partners with outside counsel; develops budget for projects and manages outside counsel to budget. Recommends changes to company processes, policies and practices. Develops appropriate training materials and conducts training sessions for client groups on topics of interest. Develops and maintains working relationships with business unit partners. Works under general direction and keeps supervisor informed as projects proceed.

Requirements: Law Degree from A.B.A. accredited law school. 4 years of experience as an attorney and experience involving complex strategic transactions (i.e. national account relationships, acquisitions, divestiture, joint ventures, sourcing arrangements). Collaborative and interpersonal skills. Ability to manage multiple complex projects simultaneously. Communication skills, including ability to actively listen and to give counsel in a clear and concise manner. Negotiation skills. Time management skills. Strong influencing skills.
 
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Counsel, International Sanctions And Trade
Refer job# VOAZ154424
 
Counsel, International Sanctions and Trade Duties: Be a trusted partner and key advisor for sanctions-related aspects of our compliance portfolio including sanctions management and strategy, investigations, screening, and trade related matters. Will influence internal and external parties and be the leading voice on complex global sanctions issues. Provide legal advice concerning global trade compliance matters, including sanctions, FCPA, anti-boycott laws, money laundering and embargos, in support of global operations. Proactively identify, evaluate, and manage sanctions risks in a way that enables the organization to deliver sustainable business growth. Serve as the primary owner of The Coca-Cola Company's sanctions compliance program. Implement integrated compliance systems and digital tools to provide advice for the businesses on how best to grow our product portfolios internationally. Provide critical advice and direction on strategic sanctions-related M&A transactions perspective prior to, during, and after an acquisition. Manage, coordinate, and oversee the work of outside counsel, forensic accountants, and other advisors to prepare deliverables and ensure concerns get addressed. Work independently in a fast-paced, high-pressure environment with tight deadlines. Serve as main contact point for company personnel, including senior company leaders on sanctions issues. Supervise and conduct customer and third-party due diligence on sanctions issues in conjunction with Customs and anti-bribery team. Ensure company's policies and procedures on sanctions are up to date and consistent with OFAC, BIS, DOJ, and other authorities compliance program guidance. Develop and provide training on sanctions and sanctions-related export compliance issues. Lead/support investigations into sanctions and sanctions-related export control compliance. Issues. Monitor and prepare summaries for senior stakeholders sanctions/export trade policy changes and trends that may impact the business. Identify opportunities to comment on proposed legislation and lead periodic sanctions risk assessments and audits and direct program enhancements as appropriate. Assist with development and leveraging skills of the global network of teams.

Requirements: JD Degree. U.S. state bar admission in good standing is required. 5+ years' sanctions compliance experience at a major law firm or in-house legal department for a global company. Experience with regulatory and/or internal investigations, and in building, implementing, and monitoring effective trade sanctions compliance programs is preferred. Familiarity with Export Control screening software applications and strong data analytics skills are preferred. Ability to learn quickly about the organization and processes and use that understanding to plan and implement specialized assignments. Ability to network effectively across the organization and with people in a variety of job roles to share subject matter expertise. Ability to network effectively within the industry and global trade practice area groups, particularly to keep abreast of regulatory developments. Ability to interact comfortably with executives and senior management; strong verbal and analytical skills; exceptional interpersonal skills; highly team-oriented; a commitment to professionalism.
 
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Legal Counsel - Commercial Contracts/employment
Refer job# TQDU154339
 
Legal Counsel - Commercial Contracts/Employment Duties: Draft, review and negotiate a broad range of commercial agreements, including software licensing, support services, and nondisclosure agreements. Partner with HR and key business stakeholders and provide guidance on a variety of employment law matters, including employee relations, performance counseling, restrictive covenants, employment claims, wage and hour issues, and leave issues under federal and state laws. Develop, revise and implement global employment agreements, policies, and procedures and create customized trainings in various subject matters. Understand key IP, commercial, finance and HR requirements. Keep up-to-date on applicable laws, regulations, and industry guidance. Drive compliance in day-to-day sales activities, including providing training. Assist with legal department projects as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited U.S. law school required. Member of a State Bar in good standing. 2+ years of employment law and/or transactional legal experience, preferably in an in-house software or technology company. An excellent communicator with all levels of an organization, including executive leadership. An excellent project manager and able to take ownership of stakeholders and solutions. Assertive and able to negotiate complex legal transactions. Able to work both autonomously and collaboratively in a fast-paced and challenging environment. Knowledge of US and/or EU privacy/security laws (including CIPP certification). High volume commercial transactions experience with a software or other technology company, including experience with negotiating licenses and contracts for software and related services.
 
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Junior Attorney, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CWHN154290
 
Junior Attorney, Corporate Counsel The candidate will work from home until the sometime in the late Spring of 2021 when the COVID pandemic is getting under control. Will be primarily responsible for (i) drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a wide variety of commercial contracts, including master services agreements, non-disclosure agreements, SaaS agreements, licensing agreements, and other contracts to support the company s business, (ii) assisting with data privacy and compliance related matters, and (iii) assisting with corporate governance/permits and licensing related matters. Also will be responsible for developing working knowledge of contracting principles, business competencies, and knowledge that allows for a flexible and adaptive approach to addressing risk and opportunities in a competitive industry environment. Must be capable of researching, understanding, applying applicable laws and regulations governing data protection in support of providing recommendations to business stakeholders and leaders and meeting the needs of clients. Will also be responsible for assisting the Director of Legal Counsel with training and overseeing the work of Associate Corporate Counsel and Contracts Mangers. Report to the Director, Legal Counsel. Draft, review, negotiate and close a wide variety of commercial contracts with the company s clients and strategic partners. Work closely with business partners in Sales, Marketing, Customer Service, Security and other departments within to successfully close transactions in a manner consistent with company s policies and best interests. Assist with the creation and implementation of legal team SOP(s). Research and draft memorandums regarding issues relevant to data protection (both nationally and internationally). Assist with GDPR, CCPA, and other Data Privacy compliance and processes. Assist with overseeing Corporate Governance and Permits/Licensing Functioning. Provide other legal services and advice to the company as needed.

The candidate should be Graduate of an accredited American law school and currently licensed to practice law in any state with a preference to practice law in or obtain appropriate licensing in Georgia. Must have 3 years of relevant experience as a transactional attorney in private practice, in-house, or preferably a mix of both. Should have ability to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the position, as described above and as modified from time to time based on our company's evolving needs. Must have exceptional written and verbal communications skills. Excellent judgment and sound decision-making skills are required. Must have ability to interface professionally and effectively with all levels of personnel internally and externally, up to and including senior executives and other key personnel
 
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Ethics And Compliance Counsel
Refer job# WRYV154291
 
Ethics and Compliance Counsel Duties: Management of Ethics & Compliance program, which includes its Code of Business Conduct; learning, communications, and engagement strategy and implementation; policy management and development; cross-functional collaboration and coordination with other compliance leaders; and risk and program assessments. Management of ethics helpline, case management system and process, and investigations, including conducting/assisting with internal investigations, implementing process enhancements, and preparing reporting for Board of Directors. Leading projects designed to continue to enhance E&C program. Supporting privacy and cybersecurity related and corporate governance related initiatives.

Qualifications: Has a law degree and has practiced for 4+ years or, in the case of a non-attorney, has 7+ years working in corporate compliance, ethics, legal, governance, risk and controls, privacy/cybersecurity, or auditing. Has the highest standards of ethics and integrity and is able to maintain confidentiality of information at all times. Has deep and broad ethics and compliance subject matter expertise, is well-versed in ethics and compliance program management and standard methodologies, and has strong project management and execution skills. Has experience supporting corporate privacy/cybersecurity programs. Has ability to acquire and demonstrate fluency in the Southwire's businesses and strategy (experience in the manufacturing industry is not necessary but is a plus). Takes their work seriously, but has a good sense of humor.
 
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Managing Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection
Refer job# GFCP154249
 
Managing Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection The candidate will provide proactive mentorship on privacy and data security issues across legal and compliance teams to drive partnership, knowledge-sharing and efficiency. Will serve as a legal subject matter specialist and advice on standard methodologies across all aspects of privacy and data protection law and regulation. Support growth of new business opportunities by analyzing the privacy implications of new data-driven products and services, specifically in the areas of data analytics and fintech, and providing mentorship on minimizing privacy compliance risk, and as needed, conduct risk assessments related thereto. Monitor changes in applicable privacy laws; prepare updates and connect with internal clients to keep them abreast of these developments. Respond to privacy and data protection-related inquiries from a wide range of groups across the company and providing significant advice and legal counsel regarding the same. Advice on the potential business impact of GLBA, HIPAA, CCPA, GDPR, proposed NIST Privacy Framework and other global privacy and data security laws and regulations. Draft, develop, implement and maintain privacy policies, procedures, notices and guidelines. Draft and negotiate privacy and data protection-related provisions of commercial and technology contracts, including data usage and license agreements, vendor/service provider agreements, customer agreements, data transfer and data protection agreements. Creatively build upon and drive awareness around privacy and data security issues. Provide strategic direction and leadership to cross-functional teams including business Operations, Marketing, Procurement, IT, HR and other partners. Develop guidelines, training and tools to support accountability and compliance across the organization.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor or LLM from an accredited law school. (In good standing with the State Bar with no disciplinary record.). Must have a STEM background. Must have 8+ years experience with at least 4 years in a global corporate legal department, with a substantial focus on data analytics. Experience with technology, digital media and fintech is required. CIPP strongly preferred. Must have strong interpersonal and team-building skills. Must have strong organizational skills and the ability to prioritize and to juggle multiple tasks. The ability to influence beyond authority in a sophisticated and matrixed organization is required. Must have strong speaking, writing and negotiating skills and good attention to detail.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WDPR154166
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Overseeing and assessing diligence on M&A deals, preparing due diligence memos, and drafting and negotiating purchase agreements with the guidance and support of other lawyers. Drafting and negotiating contracts for technology, services, marketing and advertising, purchasing, and supply, in such a way that business colleagues with a range of sophistication and experience can comply with and use the contracts in a self-serve manner, as appropriate. Training sales teams to enhance their working knowledge of contract risk management issues and mitigation paths over time. Drafting sweepstakes, promotions, marketing programs, and rules and terms as needed for the business. Assessing risks and remedies in disputes ranging from contract, product liability, dealer protection and dealer network disputes. Working with outside counsel as needed. Maintaining excellent relationships with internal clients and colleagues to be a valued member of the Deal Team.

Qualifications: A JD Degree from an accredited United States law school and membership of the State Bar of any U.S. state. 1-2 years of work experience as an associate in a well-regarded national or regional firm, with corporate and M&A experience preferred. Solid work experience of representing mid to large clients. An ability to balance numerous short-term and long-term responsibilities, balancing them on a day-to-day basis as events require, but also achieving traction on long-term initiatives. The ability to command the respect of business leaders and outside counsel across a wide spectrum of experience and sophistication. Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to lead and influence. A self-starter attitude, comfortable working under pressure. An ability to engage in searching, critical discussion without personalizing outcomes. Unquestioned integrity and ethics in all dealings. The ability to work collaboratively and efficiently with business clients and legal colleagues. Able to manage multiple priorities, and be a clear communicator.
 
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Assistant General Counsel, Data Strategy/Privacy Technology
Refer job# XHBZ154065
 
Assistant General Counsel, Data Strategy/Privacy Technology Duties: Provide counsel, strategic advice and business guidance on data privacy matters across all lines of a dynamic retail business, with specific emphasis on supporting the company s digital strategy and issues related to data analytics and the implementation of new technologies. Conduct privacy impact assessments of data driven tools and technologies, including providing values-driven advice and counsel on the Company s potential use of such tools and technologies, e.g. Automated Decision Making, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Tracking and Surveillance, Internet Monitoring, Web Tracking, Location Tracking, Audio and Video Surveillance, IoT devices, Chat Bots, Speech Recognition, Mobile Social Computing, and Geo-Tagging. Develop and implement solutions to ensure privacy policies are correctly implemented. The implementations should advance compliance with legal forms of data use as well as support business use of data. Work to align advanced technologies and Privacy by Design principles from the first stages of development and ensure that the data use meets established regulatory compliance needs. Collaborate with data product development teams creating new uses of data that employ privacy features. Interact with internal data privacy managers, product development teams, legal, compliance, governance and data protection teams. Interface with usability team to ensure user-facing privacy controls and experiences are usable. Use data anonymization, pseudonimization and encryption to help develop systems and processes that preserve and improve privacy protections. Provide advice and counsel to guide the development of new privacy products and features. Identify areas of improvement in current practices relative to managing data privacy. Perform regular privacy assessments of operational processes, identifying, and mitigating risks across the Company through effective tools, training and guidance. Act as key interface to data science and analytics stakeholders within the organization. Assist the Chief Privacy Officer in the execution and continuous improvement of The Home Depot s Privacy and Data Compliance Program, including policies and procedures as they relate to customers and associates. Understand the technologies that create privacy and data security challenges and keep current on legislative, judicial and regulatory privacy and data security developments in order to understand and communicate the effect of such developments on The Home Depot s business. Assist the Incident Response Team in the review and coordination of potential privacy or data security incidents, including investigations, notifications, and other resolution efforts.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent and required certifications for practicing law. 10+ years (6-8 years Privacy or applicable subject matter expertise experience). Preferred: IAPP Privacy Certification such as CIPT highly preferred. Prior experience as in-house counsel. 10+ years of practice experience. Solid organizational and time management skills; ability to manage multiple projects concurrently. Ability to work well under pressure in a fast-paced, consistently changing environment, and respond to urgent situations, as required. Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. Proven drafting and negotiation skills. Ability to prepare and assist in preparation of reports and presentations to officers and executives as appropriate. Ability to work independently and as part of a team on numerous activities and prioritize them properly while meeting deadlines. Ability to confront conflict and difficult issues in a professional, assertive, and proactive manner. The self-starting ability to aggressively tackle new responsibilities and initiatives without receiving sufficient training or completely clear direction. Demonstrated knowledge and experience with privacy and data security laws and regulations and ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Specifically, possess strong substantive knowledge of legal and self-regulatory privacy and data security requirements globally (primarily North America), including, but not limited to, California Consumer Protection Act, PCI-DSS, Mobile Application Privacy Codes of Conduct, Online Behavioral Advertising Principles, State Breach Notification and Data Protection laws, FTC Act, Biometrics/Facial Recognition laws, Privacy Risk Models and Frameworks, e.g. NIST/Nymity frameworks, CASL, PIPEDA and various state privacy laws and industry regulations.
 
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Corporate Counsel/ Hotel Operations or Corporate Operations
Refer job# OLWW154067
 
Corporate Counsel/ Hotel Operations or Corporate Operations Duties: Under the guidance of a Vice President - Associate General Counsel or Senior Counsel, provides legal counsel, support and representation to the department or division served. May perform complex legal assignments in area of specialization. Conduct, supervise, and manage mediations, trials and other matters without limitation, throughout the country, utilizing and directing outside resources. Utilize outside counsel and other external resources as appropriate to ensure the Company is represented in a cost efficient and effective manner. Develop strategic direction and alternatives on legal matters. Provide status reports on pending legal matters, advice in course of action for department/division legal issues, and identify, review and understand internal files. Direct and oversee internal and external team members to ensure performance is measured and communicated, administrative matters are completed timely, internal and external budgets are developed, monitored and met, and profit and loss statements and other tracking tools are reviewed and utilized to measure performance on an ongoing. Draft, negotiate and review/modify legal documents to meet Company standards/objectives. Counsel department or division management on relevant legal Develop and maintain a good working relationship in all client areas. Assist management in evaluating the legal impact of various corporate or department strategies, determining alternatives based on business and legal considerations and the relevant environment. Represent and support department or division management in dealings with external. Coordinate and work with other areas of Legal Department on related matters to ensure efficient resolution. Train and educate employees on germane legal matters as preventive legal measures. Manage and work with outside counsel and counsel for outside parties as appropriate to ensure Company is represented effectively and efficiently. If applicable, coach and develop team members; hire, fire, assess, discipline, document performance, recommend salary and classification changes. Act as advisor to staff to help meet established schedules and/or resolve technical or operational problems.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree and a JD Degree. Member of the Georgia State Bar in good standing. 3+ years' post qualification and progressive work-related experience in the practice of law with expertise in designated area(s) of responsibility. Demonstrated analytical, research, and presentation skills, with ability to speak. Demonstrated ability to draft a variety of legal. Demonstrated project management experience in organizing, planning and executing large-scale projects from conception through. Demonstrated experience in leading, advising and developing. Demonstrated effective verbal and written communication skills for the purpose of providing information to clients, outside counsel, vendors and other third parties, senior management and staff.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UGQC154068
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be advising clients on all aspects of data privacy compliance. Drafting and reviewing a variety of contracts. Supporting PCNA procurement department. Advising clients on new mobility and digital commerce initiatives. Coordination with the Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary on matters pertaining to budget and capacities for the assigned areas of responsibility. Monitoring regulations and best practices affecting PCNA s business and advising on necessary changes in PCNA s business practices required to conform to applicable law and best practices. Must have Undergraduate (B.A. or B.S.) and Law (J.D.) degrees from an accredited Law School. Admission to the bar in one of the 50 states required. IAPP or similar certification is strongly preferred. Must have 5+ years experience, and between 7-10 years of experience is preferred. Automotive sector experience is preferred. Law firm candidates that have worked with clients in the automotive sector are preferred.
 
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