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Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Manage, update and maintain internal compliance program and measures across organization, including evaluating, writing and submitting data for reports to regulatory bodies as needed. Manage and maintain progress and incident reports for management and Board of Directors. Manage and maintain process to monitor and notify compliance obligation owners to ensure timely completion of key compliance obligations, including preparing and conducting regular training sessions for team members throughout the organization. Maintain current and up-to-date knowledge of applicable laws, regulations and standards to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance. Prepare, review, edit, negotiate, and manage a wide variety of commercial agreements. Assist in developing and maintaining contract automation and management systems, and support continuous improvement projects to contract templates, processes and systems. Support legal department and outside counsel in providing legal advice and services involving intellectual property issues including copyright, trademark and related matters. Manage outside counsel on litigation matters. Support legal department and functions in various projects such as mergers and acquisitions and internal reorganization activities.

Requirements: JD Degree. Exceptional organization skills and strong attention to detail. Passion and strong desire to learn new subject matters and areas of law. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills, and ability to communicate and collaborate with individuals at all levels in and out of the organization. Ability to effectively communicate, collaborate and deliver an excellent work product in a fast-paced, and rapidly growing dynamic company. Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Creative problem-solving skills and positive attitude. Strong initiative and an ability to take ownership over projects are essential for this job. The ability to maintain confidentiality and to operate in the role with the highest of ethical standards and professionalism are required.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Legal Contracts Counsel, Procurement - Assistant Director

Atlanta GA Legal Contracts Counsel, Procurement - Assistant Director Duties: Serving as a trusted advisor to the procurement organization by providing practical legal advice and counseling on key legal risks associated with procurement contracts, including sponsorships, events, software, services, emerging technologies, robotics process automation and AI, as well as advising on legal issues related to development, use and onward licensing of such technology in connection with EY clients, and developing solutions to such issues while effectively managing legal and practical business considerations. Reviewing contract requests to determine and advise on appropriate contract structure and forms based on the facts presented by the internal clients and stakeholders and the relationship between other EY member firms, if any, and the vendor. Drafting and negotiating technology procurement contracts. Working collaboratively as a member of a team of procurement lawyers and professionals, and with internal clients, to develop strategies to address identified issues. Effectively assessing, balancing, and communicating to business stakeholders and GCO leadership the risks and benefits associated with the multiple and sometimes competing objectives related to procurement of products, services and technology. Drafting and negotiating client-facing professional services contracts from time to time. Building rapport with internal clients and stakeholders to deliver exceptional service to such clients and stakeholders. Understanding legal and client business goals and how they impact the types of products and services procured. Collaborating with other team members in working through complex issues. Coordinating with cross-functional teams (tax, independence, information security) and legal colleagues (data privacy, employment, alliance) in order to provide a comprehensive risk assessment and risk management. Understanding the firm's policies, procedures and guidelines that are relevant to procurement transactions and how contract drafting, negotiation and execution are impacted by such items. Applying the effective use of existing or new tools and processes to daily work and towards developing, recommending and implementing solutions to enhance the performance of the team. Effectively managing workflow in a proactive and highly responsive manner. Developing and delivering training on legal matters, knowledge sharing and best practices.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college/university, top of class preferred. JD Degree from a top national law school. Good standing with the GA State Bar, including being current on individual state CLE requirements. 3+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Excellent subject matter expertise in technology and non-technology procurement transactions and the applicable market, legal and regulatory environment impacting and informing such transactions. High degree of cultural and emotional intelligence, and demonstrated aptitude for resilience, flexibility, and ability to adapt to changing circumstances and dynamics. Ability to grasp, understand, and accurately articulate and document complex transactions. Ability to team effectively with colleagues in other functions and geographic locations. Ability to work remotely and at the EY Atlanta office on a hybrid basis. Expertise in negotiation techniques, contract law, contract drafting, licensing, intellectual property, procurement and project management relevant to complex technology contracts, emerging technologies (including in respect of open source software), and managed services. Ability to rapidly acquire comprehensive knowledge of relevant firm policies and related processes, and ability to apply such policies and processes to procurement contracts. Ability to assess size and scope of contemplated transactions and to tailor contracts accordingly. Solution-oriented nature with a focus on exceptional client service. Respectful and professional communication style with team members, internal colleagues and vendors.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Corporate Counsel - Licensing And Ip - Healthcare

Alpharetta GA Corporate Counsel - Licensing and IP - Healthcare The candidate will be providing front-line legal advice and support for a wide variety of healthcare products. Creating commercial agreements to sales/licensing, business development, and product teams. Creating collaboration agreements, and agreements related to product development, sales agency, and confidentiality. Reviewing, revising, negotiating and drafting content and technology licenses. Developing and implementing strategies, training, automation, and other efficiency projects. Ensuring compliance with internal policies, processes, and ethical standards. Legal/Contract experience in a law firm or corporation. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Prior data privacy, technology, healthcare, and/or intellectual property contracting experience a plus. Effectively and efficiently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a complex and constantly changing environment. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Corporate Counsel, Green Energy Investments

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel, Green Energy Investments The candidate will support a variety of project finance investments (including U.S. tax equity investments), equity investment, and other renewable energy related transactions without extensive supervision, that will help us meet our goal of running on carbon-free energy in all our operations around the globe. Will work extensively with Firms treasury and other groups to draft term sheets, perform due diligence, draft definitive documentation, and close project finance investments. Provide legal support for existing project finance investments (including U.S. tax equity investments), JVs, and equity investments. Provide education and advice on project finance matters across various departments within Firms, including finance, product management, and engineering. Assist in developing legal strategy both on specific project finance and investment transactions, as well as across multiple transactions.

The candidate should have JD, equivalent degree, or equivalent practical experience. Must have 7 years of attorney experience in corporate, project finance, equity investment, and other transactional experience with a law firm. Must be Admitted to the Bar or authorized to practice law in the state in which the position is located. Should preferably have 7 years of relevant work experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experience advising clients on corporate matters, including project finance, corporate reorganizations, JVs, equity investments, and financing transactions is desired. Project finance and equity investment experience (public and private) performing due diligence, and drafting principle agreements for such transactions is a plus. Conversant in a broad range of legal issues impacting project finance and investment transactions in the technology space, including tax, intellectual property, and employment issues is desired
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-27

Senior Corporate Counsel

Alpharetta GA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide strategic, commercial, and corporate legal support to all levels of management on commercial transactions for the purchase of goods and services on a wide variety of procurement topics [for example, IT procurement, logistics, commodities, marketing & communications, events planning, good and services] and to an internal and external provider of business services [for example, debt collection, accounting services, global mobility, payroll, taxes, and travel]. Structure third-party external business services in a manner compliant with applicable laws, regulations, and rules, including rules of professional conduct. Independently draft and negotiate large and complicated commercial agreements in diverse subject matter areas, and draft correspondence in a clear and professional manner. Identify key commercial, legal, data privacy, intellectual property ownership, antitrust, export control and other significant regulatory considerations. Claim management, including, assessing contractual, litigation, compliance and other high-level legal risks and opportunities. Provide practical, business-oriented and efficient solutions, as well as develop and advise on appropriate risk avoidance and mitigation strategies. Ongoing counseling regarding (and efficient implementation of) various internal corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Provide strategic guidance, model template creation, policy development and general legal support as needed. Train and educate stakeholders/business partners on key legal considerations. Ability to select, engage and manage outside counsel in a cost-effective and efficient manner. Other responsibilities as required.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor from an accredited law school, and an active member in good standing with at least one State Bar. Should have 7+ years of experience advising a corporate client on all types of commercial transactions. Experience identifying and advising on all legal issues affecting an internal and external service provider of a variety of business services. Exemplary ability to independently lead and execute all phases of challenging transactions, from advising on structure, due diligence, negotiating, drafting, closing, and resolving post-close conflicts. Adept at balancing critical legal oversight, risk avoidance and mitigation, with the need for practical, business-oriented, and efficient solutions to achieve business goals. Outstanding negotiation, drafting, and communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate with all levels of management. Thrive in a high volume fast-paced and constantly evolving work environment, and be comfortable with tight deadlines. Displays a strong stakeholder focus, business acumen, excellent business judgment, and decision-making skills. Experience in navigating a global matrix organization with the ability to collaborate with multi-jurisdictional stakeholders, and establishing oneself as a reliable key resource across multiple teams. Flexible with a willingness to learn new skills and take on new responsibilities. Willingness to travel occasionally (5 to 10 percent).
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-25

Senior Counsel, Privacy

Atlanta GA Senior Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: Develop short-term and long-term strategic plan(s) for privacy program(s) across multiple jurisdictions. Identify priorities along a multi-year journey and develop a framework for communication and management. Lead the privacy steering committee, including provide oversight of regional sub-committees. Work with key internal stakeholders in the review of new products, regulations, strategic initiatives, third party service providers, and technology to ensure compliance with data privacy laws and advise on privacy impact assessments. Oversees the development of training programs for privacy related issues. Monitor changes to global data privacy laws and make recommendations to the business as appropriate. Collaborate with Information Security and business partners to maintain records of all data privacy elements, processing of data privacy elements, assist in maintaining a data security incident management plan in accordance with data privacy regulations to ensure timely remediation of incidents, breaches, complaints, in addition to responding to data subject requests. Manage data subject access request process and fulfillment, in conjunction with various lines of business. Create and maintain forms of DPAs and other privacy-related agreements and documentation, including supporting divisional counsel and procurement team with DPA negotiations. Conduct privacy assessments related to third parties, products and internal data processing activities. Maintain privacy and data governance policies, consistent with current legal requirements. Support security team on assessments, audits and related matters.

Qualifications: Completion of a law degree. Admitted to the state bar and in good standing. CIPP preferred. Should have 7+ years of experience in compliance or related disciplines (includes data privacy, compliance, financial crimes, operational risk, audit, legal, IT systems security). Must have 4+ of those years should be focused on data privacy. Experience with global privacy laws, including U.S., EU, and Canada. Experience designing privacy programs, policies, and processes. Knowledge and experience with Payment Processing and related industries preferred. Strong collaboration skills and ability to work cross-functionally with non-lawyers across the company to build out and manage frameworks and processes. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent communication, negotiation, and interpersonal skills. Comfortable with technology and relevant technology terminology. Ability to set, drive strategy, and provide guidance to a broad array of stakeholders.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-25

Senior Associate Counsel, Employment

Atlanta GA Senior Associate Counsel, Employment Duties: Provide advice and counsel on employment law issues including hiring, performance management, discipline, terminations, leave and accommodations, federal/state/local law compliance, restrictive covenants, pay and benefits. Review and provide guidance on drafting and development of People Team policies and procedures domestically and internationally. Counsel People Team, management and supervisors on handling employee relations matters, including employee counseling, discipline and benefits issues. Lead or provide advice and support on internal investigations. Recommend and help implement appropriate actions. Defend employment-related claims, including leading outside counsel in litigation, responding to administrative claims and settlement demands, and negotiating resolution of claims. Assist employment law team in developing, implementing, improving and reviewing legal compliance projects and training. Prepare, direct and conduct training programs on employee relations matters; for example, employment law updates, managing within the law, and conducting investigations. Review and provide input on policies, procedures and specific matters impacted by legislation such as OFCCP, FMLA, ADA, FLSA, OSHA, ADEA, state worker's compensation and employment discrimination laws. Assist with matters related to Diversity and Corporate Responsibility. Support people-related aspects of proposed investments and other transactions, including diligence, input on transaction related-documents, and integration issues.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Current member in good standing of a State Bar with the ability to become barred or a registered in-house counsel in the state where this role is located. 5 years of relevant experience. Preferred Qualifications: Strong foundation in California employment laws. Corporate employment law experience, both counseling and litigation. Experience in top law firm and/or in-house environment. International and M&A experience strongly preferred. Extraordinary analytical ability and advocacy skills; excellent written and oral communication and negotiation skills; and the ability to drive execution in a team environment. Effective verbal and written communication skills in all interactions with senior management, corporate departments and all levels of employees. Developed business insight, with ability to understand the company's business and anticipate the nature and magnitude of issues that could arise in various settings.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-24

Senior Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will be supporting the team during the acquisition of partners (including independent sales organizations, independent software vendors; Community Banks; and Associations) in the negotiation and drafting of agreements. Supporting the team during the acquisition of merchants in the negotiation and drafting of agreements. Updating and maintaining contracts used by the various business development teams. Supporting the creation, use, and review of various eCommerce platforms for use with partners. Providing legal counsel to Elavon's Business Development team during the negotiation process and providing information to the team to frame the analysis of business decisions. Drafting and negotiating complex partner agreements and large customer agreements. Drafting, updating, and maintaining contract templates. Advising on compliance with legal requirements. Providing legal advice for new technology products/services related to use with Elavon partners. Liaising with outside counsel as directed by the senior legal team.

Qualifications: The candidate will be licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate state Bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority. Must have 5-8 years of relevant experience. Experience with payment services and financial services regulations is desirable. Thorough and current knowledge of laws and regulations impacting the subject matter and/or business line(s) supported. Strong analytical, organizational, and communication skills. Strong commitment to client service.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2022-06-24

Senior Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Day-to-day advice and counseling to sales, customer service/support, marketing, product management, R&D, and other key functional areas. Draft and negotiate various agreements including commercial-technology agreements such as license, service, hosting, and partner agreements. Mitigate risk in connection with the launch of new products and services. Develop and implement legal training for internal clients. Assist with dispute management. Provide support for other attorneys and for company-wide legal initiatives, as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited US law school. Must be a member in good standing of the state bar where licensed. 6+ years of major law firm and/or in-house practice experience is required. Strong analytical, organizational, and communication skills. Ability to exercise sound judgment, make decisions, and advise in a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines and competing priorities. Ability to work independently, multi-task, and prioritize work flow based on the company's commercial priorities and strategic goals. Ability to function as a team player, collaborating with colleagues, clients, and business leaders to further the company's strategic objectives. Ability to interact diplomatically and persuasively with employees at all levels. Preferred: An interest in technology and experience negotiating technology contracts. Data privacy expertise.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-24

Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide legal support to Porsche Financial Services and its subsidiaries on issues including, servicing, credit funding and underwriting, collections, credit reporting, and marketing. Advice on federal and state financial services regulatory compliance including Truth in Lending Act, Consumer Leasing Act, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Dodd-Frank, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act. Define for clients the evolving data privacy requirements applicable to PFS and its customers across all business lines. Provide innovative legal analysis on emerging mobility solutions and digitalization. Support treasury department in capital markets transactions, including asset-backed securitizations. Manage and or assist PFS General Counsel with litigation, develop and execute case assessment and strategic litigation plans, oversee outside counsel and attend hearings and settlement conferences. Advice on insurance regulations and licensing. Draft, review and update PFS forms, customer correspondence, and marketing materials to ensure compliance with applicable federal and state laws. Draft and negotiate service agreements, vendor agreements, technology contracts, non-disclosure agreements, and other commercial contracts. Assist PFS General Counsel with corporate governance matters.

The candidate should have a college degree, J.D., membership in State Bar. Should have 5-10 years of legal experience with an emphasis on banking or financial services. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Must be able to handle many concurrent tasks on a timely basis with minimal supervision. Ability to meet deadlines, adherence to details and reporting requirements.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2022-06-23
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UAQN168976
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Manage, update and maintain internal compliance program and measures across organization, including evaluating, writing and submitting data for reports to regulatory bodies as needed. Manage and maintain progress and incident reports for management and Board of Directors. Manage and maintain process to monitor and notify compliance obligation owners to ensure timely completion of key compliance obligations, including preparing and conducting regular training sessions for team members throughout the organization. Maintain current and up-to-date knowledge of applicable laws, regulations and standards to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance. Prepare, review, edit, negotiate, and manage a wide variety of commercial agreements. Assist in developing and maintaining contract automation and management systems, and support continuous improvement projects to contract templates, processes and systems. Support legal department and outside counsel in providing legal advice and services involving intellectual property issues including copyright, trademark and related matters. Manage outside counsel on litigation matters. Support legal department and functions in various projects such as mergers and acquisitions and internal reorganization activities.

Requirements: JD Degree. Exceptional organization skills and strong attention to detail. Passion and strong desire to learn new subject matters and areas of law. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills, and ability to communicate and collaborate with individuals at all levels in and out of the organization. Ability to effectively communicate, collaborate and deliver an excellent work product in a fast-paced, and rapidly growing dynamic company. Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Creative problem-solving skills and positive attitude. Strong initiative and an ability to take ownership over projects are essential for this job. The ability to maintain confidentiality and to operate in the role with the highest of ethical standards and professionalism are required.
 
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Legal Contracts Counsel, Procurement - Assistant Director
Refer job# CSRO168978
 
Legal Contracts Counsel, Procurement - Assistant Director Duties: Serving as a trusted advisor to the procurement organization by providing practical legal advice and counseling on key legal risks associated with procurement contracts, including sponsorships, events, software, services, emerging technologies, robotics process automation and AI, as well as advising on legal issues related to development, use and onward licensing of such technology in connection with EY clients, and developing solutions to such issues while effectively managing legal and practical business considerations. Reviewing contract requests to determine and advise on appropriate contract structure and forms based on the facts presented by the internal clients and stakeholders and the relationship between other EY member firms, if any, and the vendor. Drafting and negotiating technology procurement contracts. Working collaboratively as a member of a team of procurement lawyers and professionals, and with internal clients, to develop strategies to address identified issues. Effectively assessing, balancing, and communicating to business stakeholders and GCO leadership the risks and benefits associated with the multiple and sometimes competing objectives related to procurement of products, services and technology. Drafting and negotiating client-facing professional services contracts from time to time. Building rapport with internal clients and stakeholders to deliver exceptional service to such clients and stakeholders. Understanding legal and client business goals and how they impact the types of products and services procured. Collaborating with other team members in working through complex issues. Coordinating with cross-functional teams (tax, independence, information security) and legal colleagues (data privacy, employment, alliance) in order to provide a comprehensive risk assessment and risk management. Understanding the firm's policies, procedures and guidelines that are relevant to procurement transactions and how contract drafting, negotiation and execution are impacted by such items. Applying the effective use of existing or new tools and processes to daily work and towards developing, recommending and implementing solutions to enhance the performance of the team. Effectively managing workflow in a proactive and highly responsive manner. Developing and delivering training on legal matters, knowledge sharing and best practices.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college/university, top of class preferred. JD Degree from a top national law school. Good standing with the GA State Bar, including being current on individual state CLE requirements. 3+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Excellent subject matter expertise in technology and non-technology procurement transactions and the applicable market, legal and regulatory environment impacting and informing such transactions. High degree of cultural and emotional intelligence, and demonstrated aptitude for resilience, flexibility, and ability to adapt to changing circumstances and dynamics. Ability to grasp, understand, and accurately articulate and document complex transactions. Ability to team effectively with colleagues in other functions and geographic locations. Ability to work remotely and at the EY Atlanta office on a hybrid basis. Expertise in negotiation techniques, contract law, contract drafting, licensing, intellectual property, procurement and project management relevant to complex technology contracts, emerging technologies (including in respect of open source software), and managed services. Ability to rapidly acquire comprehensive knowledge of relevant firm policies and related processes, and ability to apply such policies and processes to procurement contracts. Ability to assess size and scope of contemplated transactions and to tailor contracts accordingly. Solution-oriented nature with a focus on exceptional client service. Respectful and professional communication style with team members, internal colleagues and vendors.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Licensing And Ip - Healthcare
Refer job# KHPH168982
 
Corporate Counsel - Licensing and IP - Healthcare The candidate will be providing front-line legal advice and support for a wide variety of healthcare products. Creating commercial agreements to sales/licensing, business development, and product teams. Creating collaboration agreements, and agreements related to product development, sales agency, and confidentiality. Reviewing, revising, negotiating and drafting content and technology licenses. Developing and implementing strategies, training, automation, and other efficiency projects. Ensuring compliance with internal policies, processes, and ethical standards. Legal/Contract experience in a law firm or corporation. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Prior data privacy, technology, healthcare, and/or intellectual property contracting experience a plus. Effectively and efficiently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a complex and constantly changing environment.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Green Energy Investments
Refer job# DIIR168967
 
Corporate Counsel, Green Energy Investments The candidate will support a variety of project finance investments (including U.S. tax equity investments), equity investment, and other renewable energy related transactions without extensive supervision, that will help us meet our goal of running on carbon-free energy in all our operations around the globe. Will work extensively with Firms treasury and other groups to draft term sheets, perform due diligence, draft definitive documentation, and close project finance investments. Provide legal support for existing project finance investments (including U.S. tax equity investments), JVs, and equity investments. Provide education and advice on project finance matters across various departments within Firms, including finance, product management, and engineering. Assist in developing legal strategy both on specific project finance and investment transactions, as well as across multiple transactions.

The candidate should have JD, equivalent degree, or equivalent practical experience. Must have 7 years of attorney experience in corporate, project finance, equity investment, and other transactional experience with a law firm. Must be Admitted to the Bar or authorized to practice law in the state in which the position is located. Should preferably have 7 years of relevant work experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experience advising clients on corporate matters, including project finance, corporate reorganizations, JVs, equity investments, and financing transactions is desired. Project finance and equity investment experience (public and private) performing due diligence, and drafting principle agreements for such transactions is a plus. Conversant in a broad range of legal issues impacting project finance and investment transactions in the technology space, including tax, intellectual property, and employment issues is desired
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OEVI168925
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide strategic, commercial, and corporate legal support to all levels of management on commercial transactions for the purchase of goods and services on a wide variety of procurement topics [for example, IT procurement, logistics, commodities, marketing & communications, events planning, good and services] and to an internal and external provider of business services [for example, debt collection, accounting services, global mobility, payroll, taxes, and travel]. Structure third-party external business services in a manner compliant with applicable laws, regulations, and rules, including rules of professional conduct. Independently draft and negotiate large and complicated commercial agreements in diverse subject matter areas, and draft correspondence in a clear and professional manner. Identify key commercial, legal, data privacy, intellectual property ownership, antitrust, export control and other significant regulatory considerations. Claim management, including, assessing contractual, litigation, compliance and other high-level legal risks and opportunities. Provide practical, business-oriented and efficient solutions, as well as develop and advise on appropriate risk avoidance and mitigation strategies. Ongoing counseling regarding (and efficient implementation of) various internal corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Provide strategic guidance, model template creation, policy development and general legal support as needed. Train and educate stakeholders/business partners on key legal considerations. Ability to select, engage and manage outside counsel in a cost-effective and efficient manner. Other responsibilities as required.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor from an accredited law school, and an active member in good standing with at least one State Bar. Should have 7+ years of experience advising a corporate client on all types of commercial transactions. Experience identifying and advising on all legal issues affecting an internal and external service provider of a variety of business services. Exemplary ability to independently lead and execute all phases of challenging transactions, from advising on structure, due diligence, negotiating, drafting, closing, and resolving post-close conflicts. Adept at balancing critical legal oversight, risk avoidance and mitigation, with the need for practical, business-oriented, and efficient solutions to achieve business goals. Outstanding negotiation, drafting, and communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate with all levels of management. Thrive in a high volume fast-paced and constantly evolving work environment, and be comfortable with tight deadlines. Displays a strong stakeholder focus, business acumen, excellent business judgment, and decision-making skills. Experience in navigating a global matrix organization with the ability to collaborate with multi-jurisdictional stakeholders, and establishing oneself as a reliable key resource across multiple teams. Flexible with a willingness to learn new skills and take on new responsibilities. Willingness to travel occasionally (5 to 10 percent).
 
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Senior Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# ZWIT168936
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: Develop short-term and long-term strategic plan(s) for privacy program(s) across multiple jurisdictions. Identify priorities along a multi-year journey and develop a framework for communication and management. Lead the privacy steering committee, including provide oversight of regional sub-committees. Work with key internal stakeholders in the review of new products, regulations, strategic initiatives, third party service providers, and technology to ensure compliance with data privacy laws and advise on privacy impact assessments. Oversees the development of training programs for privacy related issues. Monitor changes to global data privacy laws and make recommendations to the business as appropriate. Collaborate with Information Security and business partners to maintain records of all data privacy elements, processing of data privacy elements, assist in maintaining a data security incident management plan in accordance with data privacy regulations to ensure timely remediation of incidents, breaches, complaints, in addition to responding to data subject requests. Manage data subject access request process and fulfillment, in conjunction with various lines of business. Create and maintain forms of DPAs and other privacy-related agreements and documentation, including supporting divisional counsel and procurement team with DPA negotiations. Conduct privacy assessments related to third parties, products and internal data processing activities. Maintain privacy and data governance policies, consistent with current legal requirements. Support security team on assessments, audits and related matters.

Qualifications: Completion of a law degree. Admitted to the state bar and in good standing. CIPP preferred. Should have 7+ years of experience in compliance or related disciplines (includes data privacy, compliance, financial crimes, operational risk, audit, legal, IT systems security). Must have 4+ of those years should be focused on data privacy. Experience with global privacy laws, including U.S., EU, and Canada. Experience designing privacy programs, policies, and processes. Knowledge and experience with Payment Processing and related industries preferred. Strong collaboration skills and ability to work cross-functionally with non-lawyers across the company to build out and manage frameworks and processes. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent communication, negotiation, and interpersonal skills. Comfortable with technology and relevant technology terminology. Ability to set, drive strategy, and provide guidance to a broad array of stakeholders.
 
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Senior Associate Counsel, Employment
Refer job# VRAN168887
 
Senior Associate Counsel, Employment Duties: Provide advice and counsel on employment law issues including hiring, performance management, discipline, terminations, leave and accommodations, federal/state/local law compliance, restrictive covenants, pay and benefits. Review and provide guidance on drafting and development of People Team policies and procedures domestically and internationally. Counsel People Team, management and supervisors on handling employee relations matters, including employee counseling, discipline and benefits issues. Lead or provide advice and support on internal investigations. Recommend and help implement appropriate actions. Defend employment-related claims, including leading outside counsel in litigation, responding to administrative claims and settlement demands, and negotiating resolution of claims. Assist employment law team in developing, implementing, improving and reviewing legal compliance projects and training. Prepare, direct and conduct training programs on employee relations matters; for example, employment law updates, managing within the law, and conducting investigations. Review and provide input on policies, procedures and specific matters impacted by legislation such as OFCCP, FMLA, ADA, FLSA, OSHA, ADEA, state worker's compensation and employment discrimination laws. Assist with matters related to Diversity and Corporate Responsibility. Support people-related aspects of proposed investments and other transactions, including diligence, input on transaction related-documents, and integration issues.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Current member in good standing of a State Bar with the ability to become barred or a registered in-house counsel in the state where this role is located. 5 years of relevant experience. Preferred Qualifications: Strong foundation in California employment laws. Corporate employment law experience, both counseling and litigation. Experience in top law firm and/or in-house environment. International and M&A experience strongly preferred. Extraordinary analytical ability and advocacy skills; excellent written and oral communication and negotiation skills; and the ability to drive execution in a team environment. Effective verbal and written communication skills in all interactions with senior management, corporate departments and all levels of employees. Developed business insight, with ability to understand the company's business and anticipate the nature and magnitude of issues that could arise in various settings.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# QFSK168891
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will be supporting the team during the acquisition of partners (including independent sales organizations, independent software vendors; Community Banks; and Associations) in the negotiation and drafting of agreements. Supporting the team during the acquisition of merchants in the negotiation and drafting of agreements. Updating and maintaining contracts used by the various business development teams. Supporting the creation, use, and review of various eCommerce platforms for use with partners. Providing legal counsel to Elavon's Business Development team during the negotiation process and providing information to the team to frame the analysis of business decisions. Drafting and negotiating complex partner agreements and large customer agreements. Drafting, updating, and maintaining contract templates. Advising on compliance with legal requirements. Providing legal advice for new technology products/services related to use with Elavon partners. Liaising with outside counsel as directed by the senior legal team.

Qualifications: The candidate will be licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate state Bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority. Must have 5-8 years of relevant experience. Experience with payment services and financial services regulations is desirable. Thorough and current knowledge of laws and regulations impacting the subject matter and/or business line(s) supported. Strong analytical, organizational, and communication skills. Strong commitment to client service.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FGZC168907
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Day-to-day advice and counseling to sales, customer service/support, marketing, product management, R&D, and other key functional areas. Draft and negotiate various agreements including commercial-technology agreements such as license, service, hosting, and partner agreements. Mitigate risk in connection with the launch of new products and services. Develop and implement legal training for internal clients. Assist with dispute management. Provide support for other attorneys and for company-wide legal initiatives, as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited US law school. Must be a member in good standing of the state bar where licensed. 6+ years of major law firm and/or in-house practice experience is required. Strong analytical, organizational, and communication skills. Ability to exercise sound judgment, make decisions, and advise in a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines and competing priorities. Ability to work independently, multi-task, and prioritize work flow based on the company's commercial priorities and strategic goals. Ability to function as a team player, collaborating with colleagues, clients, and business leaders to further the company's strategic objectives. Ability to interact diplomatically and persuasively with employees at all levels. Preferred: An interest in technology and experience negotiating technology contracts. Data privacy expertise.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# IYZZ168862
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide legal support to Porsche Financial Services and its subsidiaries on issues including, servicing, credit funding and underwriting, collections, credit reporting, and marketing. Advice on federal and state financial services regulatory compliance including Truth in Lending Act, Consumer Leasing Act, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Dodd-Frank, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act. Define for clients the evolving data privacy requirements applicable to PFS and its customers across all business lines. Provide innovative legal analysis on emerging mobility solutions and digitalization. Support treasury department in capital markets transactions, including asset-backed securitizations. Manage and or assist PFS General Counsel with litigation, develop and execute case assessment and strategic litigation plans, oversee outside counsel and attend hearings and settlement conferences. Advice on insurance regulations and licensing. Draft, review and update PFS forms, customer correspondence, and marketing materials to ensure compliance with applicable federal and state laws. Draft and negotiate service agreements, vendor agreements, technology contracts, non-disclosure agreements, and other commercial contracts. Assist PFS General Counsel with corporate governance matters.

The candidate should have a college degree, J.D., membership in State Bar. Should have 5-10 years of legal experience with an emphasis on banking or financial services. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Must be able to handle many concurrent tasks on a timely basis with minimal supervision. Ability to meet deadlines, adherence to details and reporting requirements.
 
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