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Legal And Compliance - Senior Counsel, Legal

Atlanta GA Legal and Compliance - Senior Counsel, Legal The candidate will provide credit Advisory Direct Transaction Support. Generally assist Credit Advisory personnel in managing borrower accounts experiencing financial distress or other challenges. Advise account managers on optimal workout strategies both in and out of bankruptcy. Assess existing credit documentation vulnerabilities and other opportunities for improvement. Review and negotiate amendments, waivers, forbearance agreements, sponsor guarantees, capital calls, last-out and junior participation documentation, financial advisor engagement letters and other workout or restructuring-related documents. Provide guidance on minimizing lender liability risks. Assist with structuring and negotiation of equity arrangements for restructured borrowers. Oversee, guide and manage external counsel transnational work. Front-End Transaction Support. Provide advice and negotiation assistance to front-end Legal, Credit and Originations teams with respect to subordination and 1st/2d lien intercreditor agreements and other workout-sensitive document provisions. Help front-end Legal, Credit and Originations to understand and box risks associated with challenging proposed underwriting. Design and deliver/distribute training presentations and assist with form document up-keep. Work cross-functionally to develop, implement and update procedures and guidelines for handling workout-related issues and negotiating front-end agreements. Track and collaborate with front-end teams to address documentation trends/ legal developments that negatively impact poorly-performing credits. Advise on MNPI loan trading issues and procedures. Assist in daily on-the-job training of junior level account managers. Oversee third-party subpoena response process and related litigation matters. Assist with management of external law firm relationships and cross-firm knowledge sharing. Support other key institutional initiatives and provide other in-house legal services as needed. Monitor legal developments affecting the loan market.

The candidate should have Bachelors Degree, J.D. Degree and Bar admission in at least one U.S. state. Must have 8+ years of experience in a law firm or financial institution working on leverage lending workouts and restructurings, in- and out-of-court, involving multi-tiered capital structures (i.e., 1st lien and 2d lien or mezzanine debt). Should have strong working knowledge of middle market and front-end document terms preferable. Background in general corporate and mergers and acquisition matters a plus. Proven effectiveness working collaboratively across multiple functions and constituencies (i.e., junior, mid-level and senior personnel within Antares front-end Legal, Credit, Originations, Capital Markets and Investment Management teams, as well as outside counsel, borrower/Sponsor counsel, financial advisors and investment bankers and junior creditors). Comfortable presenting and leading meeting/calls and able to instill confidence and trust by other professionals. Ability quickly to distill business objectives and communicate complex considerations simply and concisely both orally and in writing. Should have ability to manage shifting priorities and multiple responsibilities.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-12

Senior Counsel, Privacy And Digital

Atlanta GA Senior Counsel, Privacy and Digital Duties: Negotiates large volume of privacy and information security provisions of third party agreements. Assist with compliance programs regarding applicable privacy, information security and data use laws. Provide guidance, direction and practical translation of legal requirements to cross-functional teams working on complex projects. Helps direct external legal resources and project teams. Investigates facts and handles internal situations requiring legal analysis. Prepares or advises on legal documents or briefs such as: leases, licenses, purchase or sales agreements, employment contracts, litigation pleadings, insurance contracts or other company legal documents. Reviews and analyzes pending or existing legislation affecting the company and advises departments concerned. Prepares corporate documents and forms. Guards against legal risks involving the company. Problems involved are relatively complex and facts that are occasionally in question for which legal judgment and experience is required. Retains and directs outside counsel independently. Plans, conducts and supervises legal assignments necessitating ability to evaluate matters which may have a major bearing on the conduct of the companys business. May participate in major and unique company litigation. Participates in the development and interpretation of departmental policies. May work closely with management advising on legal issues concerning products and services.

Qualifications: JD degree required. State Bar admission. 7-10 years of experience. Preferred: Frequent demand to establish priorities and meet tight deadlines. Ability to provide quality legal services based on experience in a timely manner.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-08-12

Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide responsibilities include: Drafts, reviews, and negotiates franchise agreements. Drafts, reviews, and negotiates commercial contracts. Reviews marketing promotions. Assists with the maintenance of company IP. Assists with the review of real property agreements, including leases. Drafts and reviews corporate consents, minutes, etc. Must have 2-4+ years experience as licensed attorney; in-house experience is a plus. Must have active law license (GA is a plus). Must have knowledge of franchise law. Must have knowledge of commercial contracts. Must have ability to communicate with, and to influence a range of senior stakeholders and work within a team environment. Must have ability to influence a wide audience within the organization in a positive and effective manner. Must have ability to prioritize multiple tasks and achieve deadlines. Must have ability to handle confidential and sensitive information. Must have ability to work alone on a broad variety of projects. Must have well-developed relationship and interpersonal skills. Must have exceptional analytical and problem solving skills. Must have a strong commitment to continuous improvement. Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-08-09

Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide duties include: Assist in conducting acquisition-related due diligence and administering closings. Draft and negotiate commercial contracts. Assist with public company compliance obligations, including securities law filings. Assist with corporate governance matters, including maintenance of corporate records and preparation of materials for board meetings. Manage and/or complete a wide variety of other miscellaneous legal projects as the business may otherwise require. Perform other duties as assigned by the Assistant General Counsel.

The candidate must have JD Degree from an ABA accredited Law school. Must have active bar membership in at least one U.S. state or Washington, D.C., or bar membership expected within six (6) months. Must possess a strong work ethic with the ability to prioritize and follow through on numerous projects at once. Must be proficient in multiple software programs, including, but not limited to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and the Internet. Must have ability to follow instructions and respond to managements directions accurately. Must demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness. Must demonstrate effective communication skills by conveying necessary information accurately, listening effectively and asking questions where clarification is needed. Must have strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Must be able to maintain confidentiality. Must be able to stay focused and concentrate under normal or heavy distractions. Must be able to work well under pressure and or stressful conditions. Must maintain a professional and clean appearance at all times consistent with company standards.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-09

Associate Corporate Counsel

Alpharetta GA Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide legal support to the firm Risk Solutions Insurance business, a global provider of data and analytics products and services to the insurance industry. Will collaborates with the business in executing on the strategic goals and objectives of the organization. Will directly supports more senior lawyers within the legal team and requires independently advising the business on matters requiring developed legal and counseling skills in multiple areas of expertise, specifically including the areas of contract negotiation, marketing reviews, regulatory and compliance advice and other matters as assigned by their manager and other more senior legal team members. Will provide the highest quality legal guidance to support a highly complex, heavily regulated. Must accountable with supervision, prepare, review and negotiate commercial agreements. Review of sales, advertising and marketing materials and programs as part of the Legal team to ensure compliance with applicable regulations and legal requirements. Identify issues, perform legal research, prepare legal analysis memoranda, and advise others in the Legal group and internal clients regarding issues presented. Provide litigation support. Respond to inquiries from internal clients. Monitor and advise others as to proposed legislative and regulatory changes. Manage assigned projects to completion. Assist more senior attorneys and management in higher level matters, as needed.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia or other US jurisdiction. 2+ years of relevant experience in a law firm or corporate legal department required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Experience in handling regulatory matters or practicing law in the insurance industry experience is a plus. Excellent analytical and research skills required.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-09

Senior Corporate Counsel - Labor and Employment

Alpharetta GA Senior Corporate Counsel - Labor and Employment The candidate will provide legal services and counsel to AGC America and its subsidiaries, divisions, and related company entities. Serve as primary legal liaison to Human Resources ( HR ) and provide support on all labor and employment matters in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Provide advice and counsel to management and HR professionals on all aspects of day-to-day employment-related matters, including hiring and termination issues, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, reasonable accommodations, leaves of absence, wage and hour issues, restrictive covenants and their enforcement, and employee investigations. Investigate and represent the company at the federal and state administrative level (EEOC, DOL, OSHA, and state and local agencies). Prepare position statements and responses to inquiries/audits/investigations. Represent AGC in mediations and negotiate settlement agreements. Review involuntary terminations and draft separation packages. Develop, provide, and deliver proactive training to HR professionals and business leaders on a wide variety of employment law matters. Regularly advise HR professionals on leave management, ADA, FMLA, FLSA, FCRA, Title VII, ADEA, USERRA, NLRA, and other labor and employment legal obligations. Research and advise business leaders on emerging legislative and regulatory changes affecting AGCs employment and labor obligations. Partner with business teams on immigration matters related to AGC employees. Assist in the drafting, implementation and enforcement of internal policies and procedures related to HR issues to ensure compliance with all domestic and international laws, regulations, and legal standards. Provide legal guidance and support on pension/401k/ medical benefit plans (ERISA), and other compensation and benefits matters. Provide legal guidance and support on workers compensations matters, and serve as a key resource to drive strategy, settlement and overall reduction of program expenses. Assist with Labor Union negotiations and the management/resolution of grievances. Handle and prioritize a high and diverse volume of contractual and other legal matters with limited to no supervision as requested. Knowledge and experience with state and federal privacy laws preferred. Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university required. Juris Doctor from an accredited law school required. Licensed member of the bar, in good standing, in one or more U.S. jurisdictions required. Should have 6+ years of related and relevant in-house experience. Must have 10+ years of related and relevant overall legal experience preferred, including experience working in a law firm. Must possess strong written and oral communication skills. Must provide strategic high-level legal counsel as a partner to senior business leaders and HR professionals. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-09

Counsel-litigation

Atlanta GA Counsel-Litigation The candidate will be responsible primarily for successfully managing litigation by or against company and its affiliated and subsidiary companies and providing advice and counsel to the business on a broad range of legal issues. The Litigation Team is separated into three sections: Employment, Commercial and General Liability. This position would be assigned to the Employment Team. Contribute to the development of legal strategies which align and achieve strategic business objectives. Effectively manage assigned litigation docket to generate successful outcomes. Provide sound advice and counsel to the business in a variety of legal topics based on section assignment. Identify legal risks and develop mitigation strategies to protect the companys interests. Research, analyze and assess strategic solutions to legal issues. Draft necessary legal documents. Develop processes and policies to address legal needs. Create and deliver engaging training on legal topics. Collaborate with internal counsel in drafting, investigating, researching, and advising with respect to contracts, disputes, compliance, products, laws, and regulations. Partner with the HR leadership to draft employment relations agreements such as employment contracts and severance agreements. Partner with the business to assess the potential legal implications of new large-scale initiatives. Communicate key information to necessary stakeholders to ensure parties are properly informed. Should have solid legal experience in litigation, litigation preparation and trial techniques and best practices. Should have expertise consistent with years of practice in substantive area of the law relevant to section assignment, including experience with relevant regulatory bodies and governmental agencies. Should be familiar with legal billing practices and requirements. Should have 3+ years of experience in a Law Firm Litigation Department, in-house Litigation Unit or equivalent. Should have experience with litigation and discovery (i.e. document retrieval and production, interrogatory response preparation, depositions, and motion practice). Should have experience in drafting policies, process, newsletters, updates, training, etc. Should have public speaking experience. Should preferrably have Trial experience as first or second chair and Experience in a law firm and as in-house counsel. Should have Bachelors degree, Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited college or university and Bar admission in good standing in the US, preferably Virginia or Georgia. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-08

Privacy And Transactions In House Counsel

Atlanta GA Privacy and Transactions In House Counsel The candidate will focus primarily on transaction support, counseling and program support for global privacy and data protection compliance across the company. Will also have primary responsibility for supporting, drafting and negotiating privacy and data protection agreements with customers, partners and vendors. Negotiate data processing agreements with customers, partners and vendors to support firm's sales, operations and compliance obligations. Analyze new and current laws and regulations and advise on privacy and security obligations to support business, sales, compliance, marketing and product teams. Work closely with cross-functional teams, including senior management, on privacy and security matters to support operations and new initiatives to foster awareness and ensure compliance with regulatory and contractual obligations across the company. Assist in the continued improvement of firm's global privacy program (e.g., policies, procedures, training programs, compliance programs, playbooks, etc.). Coordinate with outside counsel as necessary with respect to data protection and security matters. Undertake other projects as required as part of a small legal team.

The candidate must have 8-10 years of relevant experience, with a focus on privacy compliance, in-house counseling and agreement negotiations. Must have substantial knowledge of privacy and security laws and regulations, especially in the European Union, as they relate to a U.S. based technology company. Deep experience partnering with and providing timely support to in-house business partners is required. CIPP certification is strongly preferred. Substantial experience with SaaS and software is strongly preferred. Relevant law firm and in-house experience (ideally at a fast-growing, global SaaS company) is required. Must have Degree from a top law school with exceptional academic credentials. Only candidates in good standing with at least one state Bar should apply.
Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2019-08-08

Senior Corporate Counsel Transactions

Atlanta GA Senior Corporate Counsel - Transactions The candidate will be drafting and negotiating customer and partner subscription and consulting agreements for SaaS offerings, as well as supplier and procurement agreements. Participating/driving in the development our contract templates, best practice processes, playbooks and automation across the entire contracts lifecycle. Managing internal projects to completion. Comfortable in and enjoys interacting with sales, company leadership, and other stakeholders on deal-related matters, projects, and training. Providing training to Sales and others on contracting and working with the Legal function. Ability to quickly triage issues and prioritize work effectively. Liaise with finance, sales operations, and other business units for approval of contractual terms and conditions on specific areas of expertise.

The candidate must have exceptional academic and in-house and/or law firm credentials. Admitted into and in good standing with the bar of a U.S. state (excluding Louisiana) is critical. If not a member of the California Bar, should have material demonstrated experience contracting under California law or other demonstrated familiarity with California law. 3 to 4 years of legal experience focused on technology transactions at a top law firm and/or in-house (a combination of both is a plus) is required. Experience supporting all areas of the business by drafting and negotiating a variety of commercial agreements, specifically strong experience with SaaS and Partner agreements is necessary. Strong drafting and oral/written communication skills are must Experience supporting a global sales organization, with a client-centric approach to resolve deals with a calm demeanor is needed. Experience analyzing and balancing deals/agreements for risk, and other legal requirements to safeguard PagerDutys interests/values, while ensuring revenue efforts are fully supported is critical. Experience advising product management on applicable law is preferred. Experience working with security function on data security/privacy is beneficial.
Legal 3 - 4 Full-time 2019-08-05

Senior Real Estate Attorney (development)

Atlanta GA Senior Real Estate Attorney (Development) The candidate will work on sophisticated real estate development and leasing transactions. Must have 10-15 years of commercial real estate experience, including financing experience with construction and mortgage loans. Must have strong academic credentials, experience in a law firm environment and in-house, and excellent writing, communication, and problem-solving skills. Should have Doctorate degree or better in Law. Legal 10 - 15 Full-time 2019-08-05
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ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL
In-House,NuRock
Location : Alpharetta Georgia United States

Position Purpose: The Associate General Counsel supports the outside Counsel and other NuRock staff by providing its corporate executives advice in day-to-day legal matters, managing on-going legal projects, and working pro-actively with staff to hel... + read more

jul 20, 2019


Corporate Counsel
In-House,Trimont Real Estate Advisors, LLC
Location : Atlanta, GA, United States

Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft, review and negotiate legal documents, close transactions and provide legal advice about corporate, compliance, litigation and asset related matters. Able to balance multiple projects and requests at any one time. R... + read more

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Legal And Compliance - Senior Counsel, Legal
Refer job# HZAO145524
 
Legal and Compliance - Senior Counsel, Legal The candidate will provide credit Advisory Direct Transaction Support. Generally assist Credit Advisory personnel in managing borrower accounts experiencing financial distress or other challenges. Advise account managers on optimal workout strategies both in and out of bankruptcy. Assess existing credit documentation vulnerabilities and other opportunities for improvement. Review and negotiate amendments, waivers, forbearance agreements, sponsor guarantees, capital calls, last-out and junior participation documentation, financial advisor engagement letters and other workout or restructuring-related documents. Provide guidance on minimizing lender liability risks. Assist with structuring and negotiation of equity arrangements for restructured borrowers. Oversee, guide and manage external counsel transnational work. Front-End Transaction Support. Provide advice and negotiation assistance to front-end Legal, Credit and Originations teams with respect to subordination and 1st/2d lien intercreditor agreements and other workout-sensitive document provisions. Help front-end Legal, Credit and Originations to understand and box risks associated with challenging proposed underwriting. Design and deliver/distribute training presentations and assist with form document up-keep. Work cross-functionally to develop, implement and update procedures and guidelines for handling workout-related issues and negotiating front-end agreements. Track and collaborate with front-end teams to address documentation trends/ legal developments that negatively impact poorly-performing credits. Advise on MNPI loan trading issues and procedures. Assist in daily on-the-job training of junior level account managers. Oversee third-party subpoena response process and related litigation matters. Assist with management of external law firm relationships and cross-firm knowledge sharing. Support other key institutional initiatives and provide other in-house legal services as needed. Monitor legal developments affecting the loan market.

The candidate should have Bachelors Degree, J.D. Degree and Bar admission in at least one U.S. state. Must have 8+ years of experience in a law firm or financial institution working on leverage lending workouts and restructurings, in- and out-of-court, involving multi-tiered capital structures (i.e., 1st lien and 2d lien or mezzanine debt). Should have strong working knowledge of middle market and front-end document terms preferable. Background in general corporate and mergers and acquisition matters a plus. Proven effectiveness working collaboratively across multiple functions and constituencies (i.e., junior, mid-level and senior personnel within Antares front-end Legal, Credit, Originations, Capital Markets and Investment Management teams, as well as outside counsel, borrower/Sponsor counsel, financial advisors and investment bankers and junior creditors). Comfortable presenting and leading meeting/calls and able to instill confidence and trust by other professionals. Ability quickly to distill business objectives and communicate complex considerations simply and concisely both orally and in writing. Should have ability to manage shifting priorities and multiple responsibilities.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy And Digital
Refer job# CVOZ145535
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy and Digital Duties: Negotiates large volume of privacy and information security provisions of third party agreements. Assist with compliance programs regarding applicable privacy, information security and data use laws. Provide guidance, direction and practical translation of legal requirements to cross-functional teams working on complex projects. Helps direct external legal resources and project teams. Investigates facts and handles internal situations requiring legal analysis. Prepares or advises on legal documents or briefs such as: leases, licenses, purchase or sales agreements, employment contracts, litigation pleadings, insurance contracts or other company legal documents. Reviews and analyzes pending or existing legislation affecting the company and advises departments concerned. Prepares corporate documents and forms. Guards against legal risks involving the company. Problems involved are relatively complex and facts that are occasionally in question for which legal judgment and experience is required. Retains and directs outside counsel independently. Plans, conducts and supervises legal assignments necessitating ability to evaluate matters which may have a major bearing on the conduct of the companys business. May participate in major and unique company litigation. Participates in the development and interpretation of departmental policies. May work closely with management advising on legal issues concerning products and services.

Qualifications: JD degree required. State Bar admission. 7-10 years of experience. Preferred: Frequent demand to establish priorities and meet tight deadlines. Ability to provide quality legal services based on experience in a timely manner.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TJCY145465
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide responsibilities include: Drafts, reviews, and negotiates franchise agreements. Drafts, reviews, and negotiates commercial contracts. Reviews marketing promotions. Assists with the maintenance of company IP. Assists with the review of real property agreements, including leases. Drafts and reviews corporate consents, minutes, etc. Must have 2-4+ years experience as licensed attorney; in-house experience is a plus. Must have active law license (GA is a plus). Must have knowledge of franchise law. Must have knowledge of commercial contracts. Must have ability to communicate with, and to influence a range of senior stakeholders and work within a team environment. Must have ability to influence a wide audience within the organization in a positive and effective manner. Must have ability to prioritize multiple tasks and achieve deadlines. Must have ability to handle confidential and sensitive information. Must have ability to work alone on a broad variety of projects. Must have well-developed relationship and interpersonal skills. Must have exceptional analytical and problem solving skills. Must have a strong commitment to continuous improvement.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NYVH145467
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide duties include: Assist in conducting acquisition-related due diligence and administering closings. Draft and negotiate commercial contracts. Assist with public company compliance obligations, including securities law filings. Assist with corporate governance matters, including maintenance of corporate records and preparation of materials for board meetings. Manage and/or complete a wide variety of other miscellaneous legal projects as the business may otherwise require. Perform other duties as assigned by the Assistant General Counsel.

The candidate must have JD Degree from an ABA accredited Law school. Must have active bar membership in at least one U.S. state or Washington, D.C., or bar membership expected within six (6) months. Must possess a strong work ethic with the ability to prioritize and follow through on numerous projects at once. Must be proficient in multiple software programs, including, but not limited to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and the Internet. Must have ability to follow instructions and respond to managements directions accurately. Must demonstrate accuracy and thoroughness. Must demonstrate effective communication skills by conveying necessary information accurately, listening effectively and asking questions where clarification is needed. Must have strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Must be able to maintain confidentiality. Must be able to stay focused and concentrate under normal or heavy distractions. Must be able to work well under pressure and or stressful conditions. Must maintain a professional and clean appearance at all times consistent with company standards.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# COIC145486
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide legal support to the firm Risk Solutions Insurance business, a global provider of data and analytics products and services to the insurance industry. Will collaborates with the business in executing on the strategic goals and objectives of the organization. Will directly supports more senior lawyers within the legal team and requires independently advising the business on matters requiring developed legal and counseling skills in multiple areas of expertise, specifically including the areas of contract negotiation, marketing reviews, regulatory and compliance advice and other matters as assigned by their manager and other more senior legal team members. Will provide the highest quality legal guidance to support a highly complex, heavily regulated. Must accountable with supervision, prepare, review and negotiate commercial agreements. Review of sales, advertising and marketing materials and programs as part of the Legal team to ensure compliance with applicable regulations and legal requirements. Identify issues, perform legal research, prepare legal analysis memoranda, and advise others in the Legal group and internal clients regarding issues presented. Provide litigation support. Respond to inquiries from internal clients. Monitor and advise others as to proposed legislative and regulatory changes. Manage assigned projects to completion. Assist more senior attorneys and management in higher level matters, as needed.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Licensed to practice law in the state of Georgia or other US jurisdiction. 2+ years of relevant experience in a law firm or corporate legal department required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Experience in handling regulatory matters or practicing law in the insurance industry experience is a plus. Excellent analytical and research skills required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Labor and Employment
Refer job# PKYZ145487
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Labor and Employment The candidate will provide legal services and counsel to AGC America and its subsidiaries, divisions, and related company entities. Serve as primary legal liaison to Human Resources ( HR ) and provide support on all labor and employment matters in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Provide advice and counsel to management and HR professionals on all aspects of day-to-day employment-related matters, including hiring and termination issues, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, reasonable accommodations, leaves of absence, wage and hour issues, restrictive covenants and their enforcement, and employee investigations. Investigate and represent the company at the federal and state administrative level (EEOC, DOL, OSHA, and state and local agencies). Prepare position statements and responses to inquiries/audits/investigations. Represent AGC in mediations and negotiate settlement agreements. Review involuntary terminations and draft separation packages. Develop, provide, and deliver proactive training to HR professionals and business leaders on a wide variety of employment law matters. Regularly advise HR professionals on leave management, ADA, FMLA, FLSA, FCRA, Title VII, ADEA, USERRA, NLRA, and other labor and employment legal obligations. Research and advise business leaders on emerging legislative and regulatory changes affecting AGCs employment and labor obligations. Partner with business teams on immigration matters related to AGC employees. Assist in the drafting, implementation and enforcement of internal policies and procedures related to HR issues to ensure compliance with all domestic and international laws, regulations, and legal standards. Provide legal guidance and support on pension/401k/ medical benefit plans (ERISA), and other compensation and benefits matters. Provide legal guidance and support on workers compensations matters, and serve as a key resource to drive strategy, settlement and overall reduction of program expenses. Assist with Labor Union negotiations and the management/resolution of grievances. Handle and prioritize a high and diverse volume of contractual and other legal matters with limited to no supervision as requested. Knowledge and experience with state and federal privacy laws preferred. Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university required. Juris Doctor from an accredited law school required. Licensed member of the bar, in good standing, in one or more U.S. jurisdictions required. Should have 6+ years of related and relevant in-house experience. Must have 10+ years of related and relevant overall legal experience preferred, including experience working in a law firm. Must possess strong written and oral communication skills. Must provide strategic high-level legal counsel as a partner to senior business leaders and HR professionals.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Counsel-litigation
Refer job# IHAA145445
 
Counsel-Litigation The candidate will be responsible primarily for successfully managing litigation by or against company and its affiliated and subsidiary companies and providing advice and counsel to the business on a broad range of legal issues. The Litigation Team is separated into three sections: Employment, Commercial and General Liability. This position would be assigned to the Employment Team. Contribute to the development of legal strategies which align and achieve strategic business objectives. Effectively manage assigned litigation docket to generate successful outcomes. Provide sound advice and counsel to the business in a variety of legal topics based on section assignment. Identify legal risks and develop mitigation strategies to protect the companys interests. Research, analyze and assess strategic solutions to legal issues. Draft necessary legal documents. Develop processes and policies to address legal needs. Create and deliver engaging training on legal topics. Collaborate with internal counsel in drafting, investigating, researching, and advising with respect to contracts, disputes, compliance, products, laws, and regulations. Partner with the HR leadership to draft employment relations agreements such as employment contracts and severance agreements. Partner with the business to assess the potential legal implications of new large-scale initiatives. Communicate key information to necessary stakeholders to ensure parties are properly informed. Should have solid legal experience in litigation, litigation preparation and trial techniques and best practices. Should have expertise consistent with years of practice in substantive area of the law relevant to section assignment, including experience with relevant regulatory bodies and governmental agencies. Should be familiar with legal billing practices and requirements. Should have 3+ years of experience in a Law Firm Litigation Department, in-house Litigation Unit or equivalent. Should have experience with litigation and discovery (i.e. document retrieval and production, interrogatory response preparation, depositions, and motion practice). Should have experience in drafting policies, process, newsletters, updates, training, etc. Should have public speaking experience. Should preferrably have Trial experience as first or second chair and Experience in a law firm and as in-house counsel. Should have Bachelors degree, Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited college or university and Bar admission in good standing in the US, preferably Virginia or Georgia.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Privacy And Transactions In House Counsel
Refer job# HMTP145452
 
Privacy and Transactions In House Counsel The candidate will focus primarily on transaction support, counseling and program support for global privacy and data protection compliance across the company. Will also have primary responsibility for supporting, drafting and negotiating privacy and data protection agreements with customers, partners and vendors. Negotiate data processing agreements with customers, partners and vendors to support firm's sales, operations and compliance obligations. Analyze new and current laws and regulations and advise on privacy and security obligations to support business, sales, compliance, marketing and product teams. Work closely with cross-functional teams, including senior management, on privacy and security matters to support operations and new initiatives to foster awareness and ensure compliance with regulatory and contractual obligations across the company. Assist in the continued improvement of firm's global privacy program (e.g., policies, procedures, training programs, compliance programs, playbooks, etc.). Coordinate with outside counsel as necessary with respect to data protection and security matters. Undertake other projects as required as part of a small legal team.

The candidate must have 8-10 years of relevant experience, with a focus on privacy compliance, in-house counseling and agreement negotiations. Must have substantial knowledge of privacy and security laws and regulations, especially in the European Union, as they relate to a U.S. based technology company. Deep experience partnering with and providing timely support to in-house business partners is required. CIPP certification is strongly preferred. Substantial experience with SaaS and software is strongly preferred. Relevant law firm and in-house experience (ideally at a fast-growing, global SaaS company) is required. Must have Degree from a top law school with exceptional academic credentials. Only candidates in good standing with at least one state Bar should apply.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Transactions
Refer job# UFUZ145412
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Transactions The candidate will be drafting and negotiating customer and partner subscription and consulting agreements for SaaS offerings, as well as supplier and procurement agreements. Participating/driving in the development our contract templates, best practice processes, playbooks and automation across the entire contracts lifecycle. Managing internal projects to completion. Comfortable in and enjoys interacting with sales, company leadership, and other stakeholders on deal-related matters, projects, and training. Providing training to Sales and others on contracting and working with the Legal function. Ability to quickly triage issues and prioritize work effectively. Liaise with finance, sales operations, and other business units for approval of contractual terms and conditions on specific areas of expertise.

The candidate must have exceptional academic and in-house and/or law firm credentials. Admitted into and in good standing with the bar of a U.S. state (excluding Louisiana) is critical. If not a member of the California Bar, should have material demonstrated experience contracting under California law or other demonstrated familiarity with California law. 3 to 4 years of legal experience focused on technology transactions at a top law firm and/or in-house (a combination of both is a plus) is required. Experience supporting all areas of the business by drafting and negotiating a variety of commercial agreements, specifically strong experience with SaaS and Partner agreements is necessary. Strong drafting and oral/written communication skills are must Experience supporting a global sales organization, with a client-centric approach to resolve deals with a calm demeanor is needed. Experience analyzing and balancing deals/agreements for risk, and other legal requirements to safeguard PagerDutys interests/values, while ensuring revenue efforts are fully supported is critical. Experience advising product management on applicable law is preferred. Experience working with security function on data security/privacy is beneficial.
 
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Senior Real Estate Attorney (development)
Refer job# SDGA145414
 
Senior Real Estate Attorney (Development) The candidate will work on sophisticated real estate development and leasing transactions. Must have 10-15 years of commercial real estate experience, including financing experience with construction and mortgage loans. Must have strong academic credentials, experience in a law firm environment and in-house, and excellent writing, communication, and problem-solving skills. Should have Doctorate degree or better in Law.
 
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