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Corporate Counsel

Kennesaw GA Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating all commercial contracts for the Company and its US-based and international subsidiaries. Will work extensively with all functions and areas of the Company to better understand business goals and corporate risk and to implement the approach that is in the best interest of the Company. Will also be tasked, as needed, with a variety of responsibilities to support the legal needs of any area of the Company, working independently or under the General Counsel or Associate/Assistant General Counsels based on the project. These areas are may include providing support for litigation, human resources, and compliance efforts. Should have 0-4 years legal experience, with strong preference for experience in contracting; will consider 4 years of relevant non-legal experience. Must have J.D. from an accredited law school and membership in good standing of any bar association. Preference given to experience in the biotechnology, medical device, pharmaceutical, or other life science industry. Strong presentation, negotiation, and communication skills required. Legal 0 - 4 Full-time 2020-01-07

Commercial Contracts Attorney

Atlanta GA Commercial Contracts Attorney The candidate will be responsible to serve as a primary organizational contact during contract negotiations. Escalates non-standard or complex matters to appropriate internal resources. Engages relevant stakeholders in negotiation decisions involving legal or regulatory requirements, financial or customer relations goals, technical or security issues, and contract standards. Reviews, drafts (from scratch or from a form), revises, negotiates, and manages software subscription and licensing contracts, SOWs, amendments, business associate agreements, data transfer agreements, vendor agreements, NDAs, and other commercial agreements. Provides cradle to grave legal advice concerning contracts, including advising on complex proposals, negotiating terms, managing contract changes, identifying conflicts and/or desired changes requiring resolution at contract renewal, and advising on any contractual issues that may arise during offboarding. Supports the performance of existing contracts by advising IMs internal clients on contract interpretation and obligations. Evaluates the legal consequences of contract terms, including the likely outcome should a dispute arise. Owns design and use of contract management repository for purposes of managing workflow, tracking contracts, providing metrics, and retaining accurate contract records. Tracks deadlines and deliverables and communicates on an ongoing basis with business partners and internal clients about contractual issues. Ensures necessary internal approvals from management have been obtained and documented. Ensures accuracy and appropriateness of agreements text and attachments. Works cross-functionally with Legal, Accounting/Finance, Sales, Account Management, Product, Compliance, and Information Security team members in developing and leading process and risk mitigation improvements within the contracts lifecycle. Contributes thoughtfully to streamlining and automating contracting processes and the development and updating of standard contract templates, forms, and playbooks. Trains and advises sales team members on the preparation, negotiation, and execution of customer agreements. Reviews other legal agreements on an ad-hoc basis in addition to commercial contracts. Works on additional projects and initiatives as directed by the General Counsel/VP of Compliance.

The candidate must have J.D. with strong academic credentials, and member in good standing of the GA Bar. A minimum of 4 to 8 years of post-graduation legal experience, with meaningful time dedicated to reviewing, drafting, and negotiating legal and commercial contracts, ideally at both a law firm and in-house at a software company is necessary. Familiarity with SAAS subscription model is required. Healthcare and/or healthcare IT experience is strongly preferred. Experience with contract management software (Salesforce) and DocuSign is a plus. Experience developing templates and implementing processes within the contracts lifecycle is desired.
Legal 4 - 8 Full-time 2020-01-07

Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel, Products Duties: Work closely with our global product development teams during concept, development and execution of new products, processes and related policies. Conduct oversight and internal training to assure compliance with intellectual property rights of third-parties. Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of contracts, including license agreements, strategic partnerships, software transactions, open source licenses and related services. Interact with other Legal Department staff members, Company employees, outside counsel and opposing counsel, including department members in the U.S., APAC, and EMEA. Assist global sales team to provide legal diligence to successfully close transactions in a manner consistent with Company policies and best interests. Work with outside counsel for prosecution and protection of patents, trademarks, and copyrights. Review marketing collateral, technical documentation and training programs. Provide other legal support to the Legal Department and Company as needed.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited American law school and currently licensed to practice law in the employees state of residence. 5+ years of related experience. Experience in technology product development and software consulting. Software development background, including the ability to read/write/understand several programming languages. Knowledge of Oracle and/or SAP software products is desirable. Experience in intellectual property litigation a plus. Admission to practice before the USPTO a plus. Ability to work remotely when not physically present at primary place of employment. Ability to perform the essential functions of the position, as described above and as modified from time to time based on the needs of the Company. Strong written and verbal communications skills, including the ability to participate in conference calls, meetings with third-parties, and presentations to the Companys Executive Officers. Ability to work both independently, as a self-starter with strong work ethic, as well as collaboratively as team player with the General Counsel and legal department. Excellent judgment and the ability to function in a highly confidential environment. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. Able to manage multiple priorities with can do  attitude, work cross-functionally and meet tight deadlines. Typically up to 10% domestic travel. Desired: Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint required. Experience with Microsoft Teams a plus. Personable, self-starting team player with a friendly demeanor and great sense of humor. Proactive, organized, self-motivated and self-disciplined.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-07

Corporate Counsel, Products

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel, Products Duties: Work closely with our global product development teams during concept, development and execution of new products, processes and related policies. Conduct oversight and internal training to assure compliance with intellectual property rights of third-parties. Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of contracts, including license agreements, strategic partnerships, software transactions, open source licenses and related services. Interact with other Legal Department staff members, Company employees, outside counsel and opposing counsel, including department members in the U.S., APAC, and EMEA. Assist global sales team to provide legal diligence to successfully close transactions in a manner consistent with Company policies and best interests. Work with outside counsel for prosecution and protection of patents, trademarks, and copyrights. Review marketing collateral, technical documentation and training programs. Provide other legal support to the Legal Department and Company as needed.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited American law school and currently licensed to practice law in the employees state of residence. 5+ years of related experience. Experience in technology product development and software consulting. Software development background, including the ability to read/write/understand several programming languages. Knowledge of Oracle and/or SAP software products is desirable. Experience in intellectual property litigation a plus. Admission to practice before the USPTO a plus. Ability to work remotely when not physically present at primary place of employment. Ability to perform the essential functions of the position, as described above and as modified from time to time based on the needs of the Company. Strong written and verbal communications skills, including the ability to participate in conference calls, meetings with third-parties, and presentations to the Companys Executive Officers. Ability to work both independently, as a self-starter with strong work ethic, as well as collaboratively as team player with the General Counsel and legal department. Excellent judgment and the ability to function in a highly confidential environment. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. Able to manage multiple priorities with can do  attitude, work cross-functionally and meet tight deadlines. Typically up to 10% domestic travel. Desired: Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint required. Experience with Microsoft Teams a plus. Personable, self-starting team player with a friendly demeanor and great sense of humor. Proactive, organized, self-motivated and self-disciplined.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-06

Director and Senior Corporate Counsel

Alpharetta GA Director and Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide legal support to the business, a global provider of data and analytics products and services to the insurance industry. Will directly support the business teams located in the U.S. Advise 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. Draft and negotiate complex legal documents and correspondence requiring highly-developed legal skills and a broad knowledge of most functional areas of the company. Perform legal reviews of product builds and provide guidance to clients on all legal implications of the data, product build and use cases considering applicable federal, state and local laws as well as any contractual requirements. Identify issues, investigate, research, interpret law, and draft memoranda providing guidance and recommendations for clients for complex legal issues requiring well-developed skills in various areas of expertise. Manage assigned projects to completion, including management of outside legal counsel. May direct the work of lower level attorneys and/or supervise the work of paralegals. Assist senior attorneys and management in higher level matters, as needed. Investigate and respond to inquiries from regulatory agencies, customers and clients. Anticipate and mitigate potential legal problems within the business. Develop strategies to avoid litigation and reduce potential areas of risk. Perform all other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree from an accredited law school. Must be licensed to practice law by state in the United States. Should have 7+ years of relevant experience in a law firm or corporate legal department. Experience in handling regulatory matters, including GLB, DPPA, FCRA and HIPAA and practicing law in the insurance industry is a plus. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-02

Employment Attorney

Alpharetta GA Employment Attorney The candidate provides advice and counsel regarding a wide variety of employment law issues, policies and programs acting as a resource to Human Resource professionals and line-managers within the business. Participate in the development of legally sound policies, programs and practices in all areas of employment law including wage and hour compliance, equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, accommodations, family and medical leave, talent acquisition and acquisitions/divestitures/restructuring. Support Human Resources and business line managers by providing timely, on-going on-demand legal counsel and strategic guidance related to the management of employee issues such as performance management, employee misconduct and compliance investigations. Evaluate and provided tactical and strategic advice to manage attorney demand letters, complaints and other employment claims providing legally sound strategies for the companies defense of such actions and negotiating and drafting settlements. Manage and assist outside counsel on labor and employment claims, and perhaps some other focused litigation areas (e.g. - asbestos claims). Research, monitor, analyze and advise on employment law regulations and advise Human Resources on the degree of risk associated with the proposed initiatives recommending a course of action to ensure compliance. Manage and participate as appropriate in investigations. Educate Human Resources and others on trends and legal actions which may effect the workplace through written materials or training seminar. Should have ability to work in a complex organizational structure which includes ET AMS BU and OU Leadership. JD Degree, Active Bar membership needed. Should have 8 years of applicable experience with 4+ years serving as corporate in-house counsel on labor and employment matters. Broad background in providing advice/counsel to human resources in employment matters essential. Experience in interfacing with government or employment agencies with jurisdiction over employment required. Strong oral and written communication and relationship building skills to interact with internal and external contacts matters needed. Strong leadership skills and good judgement with the ability to provide advice from both a legal and a business perspective required. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-28

Corporate Counsel

Alpharetta GA Corporate Counsel The candidate will: Leads the legal aspect of contract negotiations for assigned contracts. Drafts and negotiates complex and unique agreements, reviews legal documents, and provides recommendations. Supervises the work of outside counsel. Uses high level of broad experience to oversee the work on assignments that require a deep understanding of the Company's business needs, strategy, and operations as they relate to the given area of legal specialty. Oversees and leads legal negotiations with customers and third parties. Works independently and exercises judgment while providing guidance in diverse matters affecting day-to-day business operations by assisting, advising, investigating, researching, and resolving legal matters within corporate legal policies to ensure that Company personnel are aware of and in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Researches and is aware of related issues and changes in the law, and anticipates the potential impact of changes on the organization. Provides counsel to senior leadership, including executive management, regarding risks and possible risk mitigation plans. Oversees and leads the preparation, recommendation, and execution of legal documents by analyzing, drafting, negotiating, and reviewing these documents to ensure consistency with respect to the Company s philosophy or principles with respect to risk and commercial and legal soundness. Leads investigations and oversees the handling of claims by and against the Company, and may include supervising outside counsel on third party claims and litigation. Conducts interviews, prepares reports and works on discovery responses. Provides information to General Counsel in concise legal terms to aid in the decision-making on legal, liability, risk, and legal compliance issues. Works with assigned risk manager for response to insurance coverage requirements requested contractually by customers and third parties. Prepares reports for and advises executive management regarding the Company's position on assigned legal matters. Shares knowledge in areas of special interest to the Company, including, intellectual property, software licensing issues, international and domestic contract law, privacy, data protection, financial services, insurance issues, general corporate matters, servicing, vendor procurement, and other issues affecting the business. Support non-litigation projects such as drafting Company policies and serving as Legal Department s designee at various meeting, programs, and committees that may be established from time to time. Provide general legal services to the Company, including guidance on various issues related to the Company s operations and practices. Provide effective identification and mitigation of key business legal risks. Participate in and provide guidance in complex business transactions. Create practical and effective solutions to unique legal issues presented. Review of legal opinions, legal structure, and other applicable legal issues. Analyze and interpret laws and regulations. Ensure that Company conducts business in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Supports and adheres to Company's core values. Performs other duties or responsibilities as assigned or required. Supports and adheres to Company's Cod of Conduct and Ethics Policy. Represents company's in a positive, professional manner when working with both internal and external customers.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate Degree - Graduate of accredited law school (including all other necessary prerequisites for gaining licensure to practice law), and maintaining qualifications and licensure throughout employment. Should have 6+ Years Relevant Experience. Prior experience managing legal professionals and outside counsel and experts. Summarizes information and analysis effectively and concisely in verbal and written form. Ability to independently manage workload and other projects. Comfortably leads internal group meetings with peers and department heads. Strong computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite. A combination of education and experience may be considered. In-depth experience with the job responsibilities outlined above. Experience with a multinational corporation, major law firm or government agency. A natural orientation for continuous improvement and problem solving. A collaborative approach and willingness to engage in an environment of active idea sharing. Sharp organizational skills and the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. The ability to produce consistent quality under deadline pressure while paying careful attention to detail. Self-motivation and a strong sense of ownership and accountability.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-23

Senior Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide support to route to market business owners (e.g. Distribution, OEM, Cloud Provider, Resell), Global program teams (e.g. Partner Programs, Incentives, Channel Compliance), Channel sales & the worldwide Commercial Legal team to provide general advice and counsel and draft, review and negotiate a broad range of complex commercial agreements with our Channel Partners & Distributors involving the sale of software licenses, hardware, and cloud services. Acting as a trusted advisor to the Channel leadership & associated business teams and provide ongoing counsel while bringing ideas that help define broader business strategy and direction. Regularly liaise with & support our Regional Commercial Legal Teams (AMER, APJ, EMEA) & Compliance teams on Channel & related competition law matters. Collaborate and partner effectively with internal business clients to advise on a wide range of legal topics relevant to the Channel with a specific focus on competition & anti-trust matters. Provide interpretation of terms and conditions and make practical and pragmatic recommendations based on a risk analysis, ensuring adherence to company policies including revenue recognition. Act as a fiduciary for the company. Work in collaboration with Regional Commercial Legal Teams and the Ethics & Compliance functions to emphasize and foster a culture of integrity and compliance. Identify and drive awareness around changes to the legislative and regulatory landscape that may have an impact on operations specifically in the competition/anti-trust area, including developing and delivering training to in-house business clients. Take responsibility for projects initiated by both the legal department and the business as appropriate.

Qualifications: A qualified lawyer licensed to practice in the United States. Minimum of 12 years experience with significant experience providing advice/guidance regarding Antitrust/Competition law issues, preferably in the Technology sector, either with a software/IT company, or in a law firm with competence in supporting software or IT companies with significant Channel related experience. An in-depth understanding of relevant competition law legislation and its application to business is essential. Demonstrable experience in commercial law, experience in reviewing, drafting, managing and negotiating a wide variety of international commercial contracts in the IT sector, with an emphasis on channel agreements, software licensing, hardware sales, and cloud service provider agreements. Knowledge or experience in privacy and/or cybersecurity matters would be considered an asset. Negotiator with strong influencing skills who focuses on client satisfaction and can plan, manage and conduct negotiations on a non-confrontational win-win basis. Problem solver with ability to quickly and concisely analyze legal issues and help to develop innovative solutions that achieve a successful commercial outcome whilst protecting the company from risk. Strong business acumen and a familiarity with GAAP rules and revenue recognition issues. Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability and desire to collaborate in a high energy and innovative legal team. Fluency in English is essential.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-23

Georgia - Senior Director and Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Senior Director and Corporate Counsel
The candidate will provide support to the company's procurement, global sourcing and technology business groups. Responsibilities include working closely with internal teams to drive deals, including managing internal and external deal processes and pursuing continuous improvement in deal processes and execution (including form documentation). Will have the opportunity to draft and negotiate deal documents including software licenses, 'software as a service' agreements, integration services agreements, consulting services agreements, lease agreements and other vendor product and services agreements. Responsibilities will include drafting and negotiating transaction documents and actively managing deal timing and scheduling. Will have the ability to build strong relationships and effectively collaborate with business colleagues, other in-house attorneys and outside counsel.

The candidate should have a Law degree from ABA accredited law school and membership in good standing of any State Bar, preferably Georgia. Must have 5-10 years of relevant experience at a law firm and/or corporate legal department. Should have demonstrated experience in licensing and complex procurement. Familiarity and significant experience with licensing issues facing large, international organizations is needed. Ability to translate business requirements into contractual language, assess legal risk and work with vendors to mediate significant issues is required.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2013-03-21

Georgia - Tax Manager - State and Local Tax (Sales and Use)

Atlanta GA Tax Manager - State and Local Tax (Sales and Use)
The candidate will manage multiple and challenging tax engagements and to contribute to the delivery of innovative sales and use tax planning ideas for diverse clients. Will demonstrate an understanding of complex tax concepts and effectively apply tax knowledge to client situations. Develop and deliver quality tax planning approaches with timely and responsive services and work products that meet and/or exceed client expectations. Identify and sell opportunities for tax planning and other special services. Manage the work of client service team members. Participate in and contribute to attaining team goals. Thoroughly and accurately analyze information. Prepare quality, practical approaches to the client's tax situation and arrive at appropriate conclusions. Lead in developing recommendations and implementation plans, as well as, make informed decisions in complex and judgmental areas.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 5 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 4 years of related work experience. Should have a degree with an emphasis in accounting, finance, or a related field. An advanced degree in tax or law is highly desirable. Must have 3+ years of relevant tax consulting experience or equivalent experience in business or industry. CPA certification, Enrolled Agent, CMI, Membership of the Bar, or foreign equivalent certification required. Must have broad exposure to state and local taxation.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2013-03-20
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CNQK147876
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating all commercial contracts for the Company and its US-based and international subsidiaries. Will work extensively with all functions and areas of the Company to better understand business goals and corporate risk and to implement the approach that is in the best interest of the Company. Will also be tasked, as needed, with a variety of responsibilities to support the legal needs of any area of the Company, working independently or under the General Counsel or Associate/Assistant General Counsels based on the project. These areas are may include providing support for litigation, human resources, and compliance efforts. Should have 0-4 years legal experience, with strong preference for experience in contracting; will consider 4 years of relevant non-legal experience. Must have J.D. from an accredited law school and membership in good standing of any bar association. Preference given to experience in the biotechnology, medical device, pharmaceutical, or other life science industry. Strong presentation, negotiation, and communication skills required.
 
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Commercial Contracts Attorney
Refer job# LWII147880
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney The candidate will be responsible to serve as a primary organizational contact during contract negotiations. Escalates non-standard or complex matters to appropriate internal resources. Engages relevant stakeholders in negotiation decisions involving legal or regulatory requirements, financial or customer relations goals, technical or security issues, and contract standards. Reviews, drafts (from scratch or from a form), revises, negotiates, and manages software subscription and licensing contracts, SOWs, amendments, business associate agreements, data transfer agreements, vendor agreements, NDAs, and other commercial agreements. Provides cradle to grave legal advice concerning contracts, including advising on complex proposals, negotiating terms, managing contract changes, identifying conflicts and/or desired changes requiring resolution at contract renewal, and advising on any contractual issues that may arise during offboarding. Supports the performance of existing contracts by advising IMs internal clients on contract interpretation and obligations. Evaluates the legal consequences of contract terms, including the likely outcome should a dispute arise. Owns design and use of contract management repository for purposes of managing workflow, tracking contracts, providing metrics, and retaining accurate contract records. Tracks deadlines and deliverables and communicates on an ongoing basis with business partners and internal clients about contractual issues. Ensures necessary internal approvals from management have been obtained and documented. Ensures accuracy and appropriateness of agreements text and attachments. Works cross-functionally with Legal, Accounting/Finance, Sales, Account Management, Product, Compliance, and Information Security team members in developing and leading process and risk mitigation improvements within the contracts lifecycle. Contributes thoughtfully to streamlining and automating contracting processes and the development and updating of standard contract templates, forms, and playbooks. Trains and advises sales team members on the preparation, negotiation, and execution of customer agreements. Reviews other legal agreements on an ad-hoc basis in addition to commercial contracts. Works on additional projects and initiatives as directed by the General Counsel/VP of Compliance.

The candidate must have J.D. with strong academic credentials, and member in good standing of the GA Bar. A minimum of 4 to 8 years of post-graduation legal experience, with meaningful time dedicated to reviewing, drafting, and negotiating legal and commercial contracts, ideally at both a law firm and in-house at a software company is necessary. Familiarity with SAAS subscription model is required. Healthcare and/or healthcare IT experience is strongly preferred. Experience with contract management software (Salesforce) and DocuSign is a plus. Experience developing templates and implementing processes within the contracts lifecycle is desired.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# ZBBY147885
 
Corporate Counsel, Products Duties: Work closely with our global product development teams during concept, development and execution of new products, processes and related policies. Conduct oversight and internal training to assure compliance with intellectual property rights of third-parties. Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of contracts, including license agreements, strategic partnerships, software transactions, open source licenses and related services. Interact with other Legal Department staff members, Company employees, outside counsel and opposing counsel, including department members in the U.S., APAC, and EMEA. Assist global sales team to provide legal diligence to successfully close transactions in a manner consistent with Company policies and best interests. Work with outside counsel for prosecution and protection of patents, trademarks, and copyrights. Review marketing collateral, technical documentation and training programs. Provide other legal support to the Legal Department and Company as needed.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited American law school and currently licensed to practice law in the employees state of residence. 5+ years of related experience. Experience in technology product development and software consulting. Software development background, including the ability to read/write/understand several programming languages. Knowledge of Oracle and/or SAP software products is desirable. Experience in intellectual property litigation a plus. Admission to practice before the USPTO a plus. Ability to work remotely when not physically present at primary place of employment. Ability to perform the essential functions of the position, as described above and as modified from time to time based on the needs of the Company. Strong written and verbal communications skills, including the ability to participate in conference calls, meetings with third-parties, and presentations to the Companys Executive Officers. Ability to work both independently, as a self-starter with strong work ethic, as well as collaboratively as team player with the General Counsel and legal department. Excellent judgment and the ability to function in a highly confidential environment. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. Able to manage multiple priorities with can do  attitude, work cross-functionally and meet tight deadlines. Typically up to 10% domestic travel. Desired: Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint required. Experience with Microsoft Teams a plus. Personable, self-starting team player with a friendly demeanor and great sense of humor. Proactive, organized, self-motivated and self-disciplined.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Products
Refer job# YIFA147858
 
Corporate Counsel, Products Duties: Work closely with our global product development teams during concept, development and execution of new products, processes and related policies. Conduct oversight and internal training to assure compliance with intellectual property rights of third-parties. Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of contracts, including license agreements, strategic partnerships, software transactions, open source licenses and related services. Interact with other Legal Department staff members, Company employees, outside counsel and opposing counsel, including department members in the U.S., APAC, and EMEA. Assist global sales team to provide legal diligence to successfully close transactions in a manner consistent with Company policies and best interests. Work with outside counsel for prosecution and protection of patents, trademarks, and copyrights. Review marketing collateral, technical documentation and training programs. Provide other legal support to the Legal Department and Company as needed.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited American law school and currently licensed to practice law in the employees state of residence. 5+ years of related experience. Experience in technology product development and software consulting. Software development background, including the ability to read/write/understand several programming languages. Knowledge of Oracle and/or SAP software products is desirable. Experience in intellectual property litigation a plus. Admission to practice before the USPTO a plus. Ability to work remotely when not physically present at primary place of employment. Ability to perform the essential functions of the position, as described above and as modified from time to time based on the needs of the Company. Strong written and verbal communications skills, including the ability to participate in conference calls, meetings with third-parties, and presentations to the Companys Executive Officers. Ability to work both independently, as a self-starter with strong work ethic, as well as collaboratively as team player with the General Counsel and legal department. Excellent judgment and the ability to function in a highly confidential environment. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. Able to manage multiple priorities with can do  attitude, work cross-functionally and meet tight deadlines. Typically up to 10% domestic travel. Desired: Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint required. Experience with Microsoft Teams a plus. Personable, self-starting team player with a friendly demeanor and great sense of humor. Proactive, organized, self-motivated and self-disciplined.
 
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Director and Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PLQN147817
 
Director and Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide legal support to the business, a global provider of data and analytics products and services to the insurance industry. Will directly support the business teams located in the U.S. Advise 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. Draft and negotiate complex legal documents and correspondence requiring highly-developed legal skills and a broad knowledge of most functional areas of the company. Perform legal reviews of product builds and provide guidance to clients on all legal implications of the data, product build and use cases considering applicable federal, state and local laws as well as any contractual requirements. Identify issues, investigate, research, interpret law, and draft memoranda providing guidance and recommendations for clients for complex legal issues requiring well-developed skills in various areas of expertise. Manage assigned projects to completion, including management of outside legal counsel. May direct the work of lower level attorneys and/or supervise the work of paralegals. Assist senior attorneys and management in higher level matters, as needed. Investigate and respond to inquiries from regulatory agencies, customers and clients. Anticipate and mitigate potential legal problems within the business. Develop strategies to avoid litigation and reduce potential areas of risk. Perform all other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree from an accredited law school. Must be licensed to practice law by state in the United States. Should have 7+ years of relevant experience in a law firm or corporate legal department. Experience in handling regulatory matters, including GLB, DPPA, FCRA and HIPAA and practicing law in the insurance industry is a plus. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential.
 
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Employment Attorney
Refer job# JLKR147775
 
Employment Attorney The candidate provides advice and counsel regarding a wide variety of employment law issues, policies and programs acting as a resource to Human Resource professionals and line-managers within the business. Participate in the development of legally sound policies, programs and practices in all areas of employment law including wage and hour compliance, equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, accommodations, family and medical leave, talent acquisition and acquisitions/divestitures/restructuring. Support Human Resources and business line managers by providing timely, on-going on-demand legal counsel and strategic guidance related to the management of employee issues such as performance management, employee misconduct and compliance investigations. Evaluate and provided tactical and strategic advice to manage attorney demand letters, complaints and other employment claims providing legally sound strategies for the companies defense of such actions and negotiating and drafting settlements. Manage and assist outside counsel on labor and employment claims, and perhaps some other focused litigation areas (e.g. - asbestos claims). Research, monitor, analyze and advise on employment law regulations and advise Human Resources on the degree of risk associated with the proposed initiatives recommending a course of action to ensure compliance. Manage and participate as appropriate in investigations. Educate Human Resources and others on trends and legal actions which may effect the workplace through written materials or training seminar. Should have ability to work in a complex organizational structure which includes ET AMS BU and OU Leadership. JD Degree, Active Bar membership needed. Should have 8 years of applicable experience with 4+ years serving as corporate in-house counsel on labor and employment matters. Broad background in providing advice/counsel to human resources in employment matters essential. Experience in interfacing with government or employment agencies with jurisdiction over employment required. Strong oral and written communication and relationship building skills to interact with internal and external contacts matters needed. Strong leadership skills and good judgement with the ability to provide advice from both a legal and a business perspective required.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KIGE147699
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will: Leads the legal aspect of contract negotiations for assigned contracts. Drafts and negotiates complex and unique agreements, reviews legal documents, and provides recommendations. Supervises the work of outside counsel. Uses high level of broad experience to oversee the work on assignments that require a deep understanding of the Company's business needs, strategy, and operations as they relate to the given area of legal specialty. Oversees and leads legal negotiations with customers and third parties. Works independently and exercises judgment while providing guidance in diverse matters affecting day-to-day business operations by assisting, advising, investigating, researching, and resolving legal matters within corporate legal policies to ensure that Company personnel are aware of and in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Researches and is aware of related issues and changes in the law, and anticipates the potential impact of changes on the organization. Provides counsel to senior leadership, including executive management, regarding risks and possible risk mitigation plans. Oversees and leads the preparation, recommendation, and execution of legal documents by analyzing, drafting, negotiating, and reviewing these documents to ensure consistency with respect to the Company s philosophy or principles with respect to risk and commercial and legal soundness. Leads investigations and oversees the handling of claims by and against the Company, and may include supervising outside counsel on third party claims and litigation. Conducts interviews, prepares reports and works on discovery responses. Provides information to General Counsel in concise legal terms to aid in the decision-making on legal, liability, risk, and legal compliance issues. Works with assigned risk manager for response to insurance coverage requirements requested contractually by customers and third parties. Prepares reports for and advises executive management regarding the Company's position on assigned legal matters. Shares knowledge in areas of special interest to the Company, including, intellectual property, software licensing issues, international and domestic contract law, privacy, data protection, financial services, insurance issues, general corporate matters, servicing, vendor procurement, and other issues affecting the business. Support non-litigation projects such as drafting Company policies and serving as Legal Department s designee at various meeting, programs, and committees that may be established from time to time. Provide general legal services to the Company, including guidance on various issues related to the Company s operations and practices. Provide effective identification and mitigation of key business legal risks. Participate in and provide guidance in complex business transactions. Create practical and effective solutions to unique legal issues presented. Review of legal opinions, legal structure, and other applicable legal issues. Analyze and interpret laws and regulations. Ensure that Company conducts business in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Supports and adheres to Company's core values. Performs other duties or responsibilities as assigned or required. Supports and adheres to Company's Cod of Conduct and Ethics Policy. Represents company's in a positive, professional manner when working with both internal and external customers.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate Degree - Graduate of accredited law school (including all other necessary prerequisites for gaining licensure to practice law), and maintaining qualifications and licensure throughout employment. Should have 6+ Years Relevant Experience. Prior experience managing legal professionals and outside counsel and experts. Summarizes information and analysis effectively and concisely in verbal and written form. Ability to independently manage workload and other projects. Comfortably leads internal group meetings with peers and department heads. Strong computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite. A combination of education and experience may be considered. In-depth experience with the job responsibilities outlined above. Experience with a multinational corporation, major law firm or government agency. A natural orientation for continuous improvement and problem solving. A collaborative approach and willingness to engage in an environment of active idea sharing. Sharp organizational skills and the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. The ability to produce consistent quality under deadline pressure while paying careful attention to detail. Self-motivation and a strong sense of ownership and accountability.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FCDQ147718
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide support to route to market business owners (e.g. Distribution, OEM, Cloud Provider, Resell), Global program teams (e.g. Partner Programs, Incentives, Channel Compliance), Channel sales & the worldwide Commercial Legal team to provide general advice and counsel and draft, review and negotiate a broad range of complex commercial agreements with our Channel Partners & Distributors involving the sale of software licenses, hardware, and cloud services. Acting as a trusted advisor to the Channel leadership & associated business teams and provide ongoing counsel while bringing ideas that help define broader business strategy and direction. Regularly liaise with & support our Regional Commercial Legal Teams (AMER, APJ, EMEA) & Compliance teams on Channel & related competition law matters. Collaborate and partner effectively with internal business clients to advise on a wide range of legal topics relevant to the Channel with a specific focus on competition & anti-trust matters. Provide interpretation of terms and conditions and make practical and pragmatic recommendations based on a risk analysis, ensuring adherence to company policies including revenue recognition. Act as a fiduciary for the company. Work in collaboration with Regional Commercial Legal Teams and the Ethics & Compliance functions to emphasize and foster a culture of integrity and compliance. Identify and drive awareness around changes to the legislative and regulatory landscape that may have an impact on operations specifically in the competition/anti-trust area, including developing and delivering training to in-house business clients. Take responsibility for projects initiated by both the legal department and the business as appropriate.

Qualifications: A qualified lawyer licensed to practice in the United States. Minimum of 12 years experience with significant experience providing advice/guidance regarding Antitrust/Competition law issues, preferably in the Technology sector, either with a software/IT company, or in a law firm with competence in supporting software or IT companies with significant Channel related experience. An in-depth understanding of relevant competition law legislation and its application to business is essential. Demonstrable experience in commercial law, experience in reviewing, drafting, managing and negotiating a wide variety of international commercial contracts in the IT sector, with an emphasis on channel agreements, software licensing, hardware sales, and cloud service provider agreements. Knowledge or experience in privacy and/or cybersecurity matters would be considered an asset. Negotiator with strong influencing skills who focuses on client satisfaction and can plan, manage and conduct negotiations on a non-confrontational win-win basis. Problem solver with ability to quickly and concisely analyze legal issues and help to develop innovative solutions that achieve a successful commercial outcome whilst protecting the company from risk. Strong business acumen and a familiarity with GAAP rules and revenue recognition issues. Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability and desire to collaborate in a high energy and innovative legal team. Fluency in English is essential.
 
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Georgia - Senior Director and Corporate Counsel
Refer job# D3A125976
 
Senior Director and Corporate Counsel
The candidate will provide support to the company's procurement, global sourcing and technology business groups. Responsibilities include working closely with internal teams to drive deals, including managing internal and external deal processes and pursuing continuous improvement in deal processes and execution (including form documentation). Will have the opportunity to draft and negotiate deal documents including software licenses, 'software as a service' agreements, integration services agreements, consulting services agreements, lease agreements and other vendor product and services agreements. Responsibilities will include drafting and negotiating transaction documents and actively managing deal timing and scheduling. Will have the ability to build strong relationships and effectively collaborate with business colleagues, other in-house attorneys and outside counsel.

The candidate should have a Law degree from ABA accredited law school and membership in good standing of any State Bar, preferably Georgia. Must have 5-10 years of relevant experience at a law firm and/or corporate legal department. Should have demonstrated experience in licensing and complex procurement. Familiarity and significant experience with licensing issues facing large, international organizations is needed. Ability to translate business requirements into contractual language, assess legal risk and work with vendors to mediate significant issues is required.
 
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Georgia - Tax Manager - State and Local Tax (Sales and Use)
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Tax Manager - State and Local Tax (Sales and Use)
The candidate will manage multiple and challenging tax engagements and to contribute to the delivery of innovative sales and use tax planning ideas for diverse clients. Will demonstrate an understanding of complex tax concepts and effectively apply tax knowledge to client situations. Develop and deliver quality tax planning approaches with timely and responsive services and work products that meet and/or exceed client expectations. Identify and sell opportunities for tax planning and other special services. Manage the work of client service team members. Participate in and contribute to attaining team goals. Thoroughly and accurately analyze information. Prepare quality, practical approaches to the client's tax situation and arrive at appropriate conclusions. Lead in developing recommendations and implementation plans, as well as, make informed decisions in complex and judgmental areas.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 5 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 4 years of related work experience. Should have a degree with an emphasis in accounting, finance, or a related field. An advanced degree in tax or law is highly desirable. Must have 3+ years of relevant tax consulting experience or equivalent experience in business or industry. CPA certification, Enrolled Agent, CMI, Membership of the Bar, or foreign equivalent certification required. Must have broad exposure to state and local taxation.
 
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