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Corporate Counsel, Supply Chain

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel, Supply Chain The candidate will serve as a legal partner for firm's Supply Chain Management Team. Will be responsible for supporting collaboration across multiple business groups and practice areas to ensure a seamless experience for internal and external clients in a way that optimizes firm's risk profile. Also responsible for assisting Senior Corporate Counsel, Supply Chain with executing legal strategy for the firm's Solutions Groups, with a focus on procurement contracts for Supply Chain Management. Provides legal counsel and advice on a broad range of day-to-day operational legal topics, including commercial transactions, and general business matters. Partners with internal business clients to develop and execute action plans in order to resolve issues presented in contract negotiations. Reviews, advises on, and negotiates a variety of commercial contracts, including contracts covering software licensing, SaaS, professional services, and online terms and conditions. Coordinates with subject matter legal experts and other in-house attorneys to ensure efficient delivery of legal services while providing guidance to the Supply Chain Management team and to product groups as assigned by the Senior Corporate Counsel, Supply Chain. Assists with the development and implementation of forms and procedures for contract review and contract renewal or termination analyses. Develops strong relationships with internal contacts, including, but not limited to: other in-house attorneys, Supply Chain Management, Security, Risk Management, Finance, Technology, and other appropriate departments to ensure high service level and anticipate special needs. Responsible for identifying and helping to address difficult problems that may not be solved using existing practices and procedures; may have to respond and adapt to changing conditions or circumstances, requiring enterprise alignment and new approaches. Responsible for effectively managing external advisers.

The candidate should have J.D. Degree from an accredited law school and admission to the state Bar in which the attorney resides or eligibility to practice as registered in-house counsel. Must have 5-7 years of legal experience as a practicing attorney, comprised of law firm and in-house counsel experience. Must have proven experience and expertise in providing legal counsel for software and/or services businesses. Experience in the automobile industry is a plus. Ability to partner with subject matter experts and other in-house attorneys to provide a seamless experience to internal clients in addressing and resolving legal issues is required.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2018-07-22

Regulatory Compliance Counsel

Columbus GA Regulatory Compliance Counsel The candidate will be managing compliance matters and regulatory relationships of all Aflac U.S. insuring operations including but not limited to complaint responses (Claim and Non-Claim), examinations (Market Conduct, Financial, Comprehensive and Targeted); Product and Rate Filing Support, Regulatory Counsel/Advice (Guidance, Alternatives, Solutions, Advocacy), Regulatory Filings (Annual Statements, Bulletins, Data Calls, Inquiries, Surveys), and Regulatory Outreach (DOI s, NAIC, IRES, AICP, HHS, DOL, etc). Provides strategic and tactical counsel to all US operations and management relating to regulatory matters; Formulates and advocates Company s position on regulatory matters; Develops and maintains effective relationships with regulators to allow credible communications, proactive resolution of regulatory issues and to assure timely product and rate approvals. Shares primary responsibility for all of the Company's lobbying efforts advocating for our business interests with federal and state regulatory entities, industry associations, and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). Serves as a key expert resource to public officials and associations as a method to advance Company s business interests; Identifies and develops Company s positions and lobbying strategies on priority regulatory issues and advances the Company's position on those issues to state and federal governmental authorities and within appropriate industry associations. Manages the Company's relationships with state and federal regulators generally; Assists with identification and evaluation of proposed legislation and regulations, including assessment of impact and development of appropriate response and effective advocacy. Shares responsibility for recommending and executing on state and regulatory activities; Provides direction to others, including business and management, regarding regulatory and public policy issues; Selects, assists and supervises outside counsel or other professionals as required. Partners with and supports efforts of the Company s Government Relations, Internal Audit, and Risk officers. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have J.D. (law degree) plus admission to practice law in at least one jurisdiction required and 10+ years of related experience including. Should have extensive knowledge and understanding of state, local and federal political systems and state and federal insurance regulation; solid knowledge and understanding of insurance issues and products, with particular focus on disability and workplace benefit issues. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-22

Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the provision of in-house legal services to company, its subsidiaries and affiliates. Will provide general legal and business support to growing international legal services company, with a particular focus on company administration, compliance and governance. Additionally, Counsel would be responsible for dispute management, legal research, contract drafting, policy analysis and drafting, regulatory analysis, risk analysis and a variety of other ad hoc tasks. Support various parts of the company with a primary focus on corporate governance, support of growth and expansion, transactions and litigation/dispute resolution. Negotiate, draft and execute agreements on behalf of the company. Offer internal counsel on a wide range of legal issues. Advise on legal risks and liabilities associated with opportunities and deals; perform due diligence exercises in support of pending opportunities and agreements. Research legal issues impacting the company and draft opinion memos on various topics. Analyze regulatory requirements and draft internal policies; advise on regulatory risk and recommend policy strategies to operational management. Support corporate compliance operational objectives and compliance in HR practices (including internationally). Develop responses to complaints, investigations and administrative proceedings. Provide various corporate secretarial duties, as well as advice and counsel on Corporate Board responsibilities and logistics; manage and maintain key corporate documents and records. Monitor corporate governance developments and assist the Board in tailoring governance practices to meet internal and external needs and investor expectations. Serve as central point of contact for investor communication and engagement on corporate governance issues; liaise with auditors, lawyers, tax advisors, bankers and investors on Board governance issues. Subsidiary management and governance, including legal entity rationalization as necessary.

The candidate should have Law degree and active Bar licensure. Should have 2-3 years of corporate practice experience, ideally as part of a substantial firm with a strong corporate practice. Must have experience working with public and private companies both domestically and with an international footprint. Must be business minded, with the ability to identify and articulate a sensible and practical balance between legal risks and business priorities and present real-world pragmatic advice. Should have exemplary business and legal judgment with the ability to influence and provide a point of view. Must have excellent writing skills - the ability to draft articulate, clear and concise emails, memos and contracts will be of utmost importance. Should have ability to handle ambiguity, juggle many matters and once, and quickly shift from one situation or task to another. Adept at working in a fast-paced, high-activity environment with smart, motivated and creative people. Will need to display a supportive, diplomatic approach when interacting with internal stakeholders, and be creative in finding ways to support their needs.
Legal 2 - 3 Full-time 2018-07-22

Corporate Counsel

Roswell GA Corporate Counsel The candidate serves as primary lawyer for assigned business units conducting operations in North America. Conducts and directs complex negotiations for a broad spectrum of matters. Drafts, negotiates, and finalizes a wide variety of commercial agreements. Coordinates with European colleagues in negotiating international commercial agreements. Assist with additional tasks and projects as required, including mergers and acquisitions and other significant business transactions. Must have JD degree and membership in good standing in one State Bar. Should have 5+ years of recent experience focused on commercial transactions, either in-house or at a reputable law firm. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills (Spanish fluency a plus). Experience in bankruptcy, technology development, trade/customs, or logistics pis desired. Experienced user of Microsoft Office; experience using Google Suite and contract management software is helpful. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-22

Contracts Counsel

Atlanta GA Contracts Counsel Responsibilities: Under general direction from the General Counsel, responsible for overseeing proposal preparations, guiding and/or directly engaging in contract negotiation, drafting and administration of contracts with clients, partners and vendors. Provides interpretation of contract terms and conditions to ensure they are in accordance with company policies, legal requirements and client specifications. Provides advice on contractual matters, prepares client correspondence, and monitors fulfillment of contractual obligations. Reconciles prime contract terms with subcontract terms to ensure compliance, and risk identification and mitigation. Reviews statements of work to ensure compliance with company practices and requirements. Liaisons with clients to resolve contractual differences and communicate pertinent information. Monitors performance to ensure timely delivery of requested items and to anticipate contract problem areas and coordinate solutions. Advises management of serious contract issues and risks and proposes and implements resolution and risk mitigation plans. Requests, proposes, and negotiates contract modifications/amendments revising work scope, prices, deliveries and/or other contract provisions. Coordinates contract closeouts. Interfaces professionally and efficiently with account executives, consultants, management and support organizations.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree required. JD Degree preferred. Meaningful commercial contract administration and management within a legal or procurement department. Federal contracts management experience is a plus. Primary and autonomous responsibility for reviewing, drafting and negotiating the legal terms of a broad range of commercial contracts. Experience in negotiation of Non-Disclosure agreements, teaming agreements and supplier agreements. Demonstrated track record of successful management of large and complex commercial transactions. Professional services contracts experience preferred. Ability to establish and maintain credibility with internal and external client; effective at building consensus and achieving goals through influence. Excellent interpersonal/communication skills with professional staff, senior level executives, and broader stakeholders. Demonstrated ability to create and execute innovative solutions to complex technical/business problems.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-11

Compliance And Contracts Attorney

Braselton GA Compliance and Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Assist with creating, implementing and maintaining policies and programs that support compliance with anti-corruption, export controls, conflict of interest, personnel, data retention and other corporate policies, rules and regulations; Build and deliver tailored compliance and legal-related training to a global audience; assess and procure technology and third-party content to support global training programs; coordinate with the General Counsel to manage communications, tracking, reporting, and follow-up; Lead the annual, global Code of Conduct, FCPR / anticorruption, GDPR training / certification and various other trainings and track and report employee completion rates; Communicate compliance requirements to the global workforce as needed; Manage our third party due diligence program and approval process for review of proposed resellers, distributors, partners and key vendors; Review Denied Persons List (including OFAC) screening escalations; work with Channel Sales and Finance teams to ensure compliance with sanctions; administer export control functionalities; coordinate enhancements with IT and provide guidance to other teams as necessary; Oversee the compliance / whistleblower hotline; Develop relevant metrics to measure compliance program effectiveness and report out on progress; work with internal and external audit functions to ensure timely evaluation of compliance programs; Administer various processes requiring certifications from employees, third-party consultants, vendors and customers and track completion; Assist with various litigation and dispute matters including tracking and updating filing deadlines and subpoenas; Assist with all aspects of discovery and e-discovery from data collection through production; Assist in optimizing risk and control activities; Serve as point of contact for employee and other compliance questions across the range of issues. Provide legal support for our team on a broad range of commercial agreements in support of purchasing, sales, confidentiality, and other transactions. Review and negotiate standard and non-standard agreements including Non-Disclosure Agreements, Master Service Agreements and Terms and Conditions. Exercise good judgment in making legal and business decisions while providing contract interpretations and guidance to internal business teams to ensure compliance with company requirements. Ensure timely review of contract modifications and communication of changes and notices to the business team. Work closely with cross-functional teams (Sales, HR, Marketing Finance, and Operations) in order to resolve legal and business challenges. Ensure that all required approvals are obtained prior to submittal of contracts for execution.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, business administration, accounting, information systems, cybersecurity or related field required. JD Degree from an accredited school; admitted to practice law in the state of Georgia. 3+ years of experience focused on legal compliance, including export controls, conflicts of interest, FCPA and other anticorruption regulations required and data protection. Experience with commercial transaction contracting; In-house experience preferred; Working knowledge of privacy and security standards and regulations such as GDPR, Privacy Shield, HIPAA/HITECH, etc. related to internal controls, risk assessments, business process and internal controls testing / operational auditing; Understanding of contract and negotiation principles in the business and legal context. Strong communication and project management skills with the ability to prioritize and communicate priorities required; Fundamental understanding behind channel partner due diligence review process, experience with conducting reviews preferred; Experience in project management and the ability to clearly communicate data protection and privacy issues verbally on both a formal and informal basis to all levels of staff; Strong aptitude to develop global compliance training programs; Experience in developing communications to a multicultural employee base in support of the compliance and ethics programs; Strong work ethic and ability to juggle numerous matters at once and produce high quality work under tight deadlines; Act independently to determine the best method and procedure, and consistently look for ways to improve processes and find efficiencies in support of the legal department; Willingness to take on additional tasks and projects outside of core areas of expertise; Organized and methodical approach to projects; Exercise good judgement in working independently and taking initiative. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with internal controls, risk assessments, business process, project management, and ERP packages are preferred; Oracle experience ideal. Experience within the automotive, mining or manufacturing sector.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-09

Senior Counsel, Litigation and Compliance

Atlanta GA Senior Counsel, Litigation and Compliance The candidate will work under the supervision of, and reports to, the company s General Counsel, and responsible for managing and/or assisting with litigation, claims, investigations, charges, and disputes. Other responsibilities will include directly supporting the Chief Compliance Officer and business in the development, implementation, and maintenance of the company s compliance program; and working with the company s Risk and Compliance Manager on insurance policy renewal, maintenance, and coverage issues, and counseling and training on risk management matters. Managing and overseeing all aspects of the company s personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, premises liability, workers compensation, labor and employment, commercial, and other litigation matters and claims from inception to trial and appeal or settlement. Developing case resolution strategies, monitoring legal and litigation trends, preparing and managing litigation budgets, preparing or editing pleadings and settlement documents, and representing the company in legal proceedings, mediations, and alternative dispute resolution forums. Supporting the company s compliance program by: identifying and monitoring critical risks and gaps; actively participating in the company s corporate risk review process; reviewing and developing written policies and standards of conduct; developing and conducting training and awareness programs, and preparing Board and executive-level reports and updates on compliance statistics and efforts. Working with the Chief Compliance Officer, Internal Audit, Risk Management, and/or Human Resources personnel to: monitor alert and hotline reports; conduct internal monitoring and auditing of policies and conduct; implement corrective action plans; respond to internal and government investigations, and investigate and respond to charges and complaints filed with government agencies. Working with the company s Risk and Compliance Manager and Director of Contracts to: assess scope and amount of insurance coverage; bid and award insurance products; negotiate policy terms; review and negotiate contractual insurance provisions; ensure timely reporting of claims; oversee coverage issues and disputes; prepare and update safety policies, and counsel business clients with respect to litigation avoidance and corrective measures to control risk.

The candidate must have 5+ years of related law firm or in-house experience, and a JD degree from an ABA approved law school. Should have Georgia Bar member or eligible to practice as an in-house attorney in Georgia. Significant experience with litigation, investigations, and insurance coverage, with experience in or a willingness to learn compliance and risk management is required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-04

Corporate General Counsel

Suwanee GA Corporate General Counsel The candidate will negotiate contractual agreements with vendors, retail and distribution customers, licensing partners and other external parties directly. Collaborate with and supervise outside counsel in a timely fashion. Preparation of legal documents, templates, written reports, presentations and updates as requested. Incorporate consumer protection compliance, intellectual property protection along with litigation knowledge into contract and business process reviews to mitigate legal risks, presenting options and explaining any terms unfamiliar to business executives. Oversee IP portfolio and liase with outside counsel who file and protect our IP. Assist with the protection, management and coordination of patent, trademark, copyright, and brand matters, including overseeing external patent counsel, as well as maintenance and protection of Scuf Gaming trademarks and copyrights, and counseling on trademark and copyright matters. Identify potential infringements across multiple jurisdictions. Ensure compliance across all aspects of the business and identify and counsel any risks to executive team. Work and advise on Corporate licensing, authorities to do business and renewals. Advise on state and federal laws and regulations along with associated change management to compliance standards, controls, training and communication. Counsel business executives on protecting technology, IP and the legal impact of business decisions or actions. Research legal issues and provide general advice such as analyzing and advising on legal and business risks associated with new product and/or services offerings. J.D. preferred, Bachelors degree in Business Law or relevant equivalent required. Must have 4+ years of practicing law in the areas of commercial contracts, intellectual property rights or corporate law. Prior experience drafting and reviewing contracts is essential. Experience with, or the ability to rapidly learn, copyright and trademark searching, clearance and counseling is essential. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-01

Corporate Attorney

Atlanta GA Corporate Attorney The candidate will plan and organize Annual Shareholder Meeting. Handle Code of Business Conduct and Annual Survey. Advise on Board Governance and manage all approvals and minutes for Board and Board Committees. Advise on public company compliance working with Finance Team, outside counsel and GC. Own the Insider Trading Compliance program. Advise and Maintain all governances policies and procedures. Manage communications with the Board members. Work with Senior Attorney and paralegal as part of contract review team for customer contracts. Evaluate modifications to contract review process and update templates for best practices and business accommodations. Work directly with US business teams. Work towards providing contract training for business teams. Good independent judgment and discretion is essential. Law Degree/Bar Admission is essential. Must have 2-5 years of legal experience in corporate law department and/or law firm. Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2018-07-01

Senior Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will contract drafting and negotiation and related client counseling for multiple business clients, including distribution, transportation and logistics. Support anti-bribery/FCPA compliance program, including investigatory work, counseling and research projects are needed. International trade regulatory support for company import and export operations is needed. Manage outside counsel is essential. Reports to Associate General Counsel International, Supply Chain and Regulatory is needed. Areas of specialization are contract negotiation, international trade regulatory, business law and corporate governance is essential. JD degree or equivalent and required certifications for practicing law. E-commerce, delivery and IT contracting experience is preferred. Should have 6+ years of experience. Current in house or law firm experience with significant supply chain contract negotiation skills, FCPA compliance and supply chain regulatory experience is preferred. Project management and client service skills, including the ability to work as a team member to maintain project timelines and foster strong relationships with business clients and team members are essential. Experience analyzing laws, regulations and contract trends for potential impact on applicable business goals and objectives are needed. High degree of oral and written communication is needed. Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint) is essential. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-01
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Corporate Counsel, Supply Chain
Refer job# BCQV139956
 
Corporate Counsel, Supply Chain The candidate will serve as a legal partner for firm's Supply Chain Management Team. Will be responsible for supporting collaboration across multiple business groups and practice areas to ensure a seamless experience for internal and external clients in a way that optimizes firm's risk profile. Also responsible for assisting Senior Corporate Counsel, Supply Chain with executing legal strategy for the firm's Solutions Groups, with a focus on procurement contracts for Supply Chain Management. Provides legal counsel and advice on a broad range of day-to-day operational legal topics, including commercial transactions, and general business matters. Partners with internal business clients to develop and execute action plans in order to resolve issues presented in contract negotiations. Reviews, advises on, and negotiates a variety of commercial contracts, including contracts covering software licensing, SaaS, professional services, and online terms and conditions. Coordinates with subject matter legal experts and other in-house attorneys to ensure efficient delivery of legal services while providing guidance to the Supply Chain Management team and to product groups as assigned by the Senior Corporate Counsel, Supply Chain. Assists with the development and implementation of forms and procedures for contract review and contract renewal or termination analyses. Develops strong relationships with internal contacts, including, but not limited to: other in-house attorneys, Supply Chain Management, Security, Risk Management, Finance, Technology, and other appropriate departments to ensure high service level and anticipate special needs. Responsible for identifying and helping to address difficult problems that may not be solved using existing practices and procedures; may have to respond and adapt to changing conditions or circumstances, requiring enterprise alignment and new approaches. Responsible for effectively managing external advisers.

The candidate should have J.D. Degree from an accredited law school and admission to the state Bar in which the attorney resides or eligibility to practice as registered in-house counsel. Must have 5-7 years of legal experience as a practicing attorney, comprised of law firm and in-house counsel experience. Must have proven experience and expertise in providing legal counsel for software and/or services businesses. Experience in the automobile industry is a plus. Ability to partner with subject matter experts and other in-house attorneys to provide a seamless experience to internal clients in addressing and resolving legal issues is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Regulatory Compliance Counsel
Refer job# JCAA139957
 
Regulatory Compliance Counsel The candidate will be managing compliance matters and regulatory relationships of all Aflac U.S. insuring operations including but not limited to complaint responses (Claim and Non-Claim), examinations (Market Conduct, Financial, Comprehensive and Targeted); Product and Rate Filing Support, Regulatory Counsel/Advice (Guidance, Alternatives, Solutions, Advocacy), Regulatory Filings (Annual Statements, Bulletins, Data Calls, Inquiries, Surveys), and Regulatory Outreach (DOI s, NAIC, IRES, AICP, HHS, DOL, etc). Provides strategic and tactical counsel to all US operations and management relating to regulatory matters; Formulates and advocates Company s position on regulatory matters; Develops and maintains effective relationships with regulators to allow credible communications, proactive resolution of regulatory issues and to assure timely product and rate approvals. Shares primary responsibility for all of the Company's lobbying efforts advocating for our business interests with federal and state regulatory entities, industry associations, and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). Serves as a key expert resource to public officials and associations as a method to advance Company s business interests; Identifies and develops Company s positions and lobbying strategies on priority regulatory issues and advances the Company's position on those issues to state and federal governmental authorities and within appropriate industry associations. Manages the Company's relationships with state and federal regulators generally; Assists with identification and evaluation of proposed legislation and regulations, including assessment of impact and development of appropriate response and effective advocacy. Shares responsibility for recommending and executing on state and regulatory activities; Provides direction to others, including business and management, regarding regulatory and public policy issues; Selects, assists and supervises outside counsel or other professionals as required. Partners with and supports efforts of the Company s Government Relations, Internal Audit, and Risk officers. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have J.D. (law degree) plus admission to practice law in at least one jurisdiction required and 10+ years of related experience including. Should have extensive knowledge and understanding of state, local and federal political systems and state and federal insurance regulation; solid knowledge and understanding of insurance issues and products, with particular focus on disability and workplace benefit issues.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VZFX139963
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the provision of in-house legal services to company, its subsidiaries and affiliates. Will provide general legal and business support to growing international legal services company, with a particular focus on company administration, compliance and governance. Additionally, Counsel would be responsible for dispute management, legal research, contract drafting, policy analysis and drafting, regulatory analysis, risk analysis and a variety of other ad hoc tasks. Support various parts of the company with a primary focus on corporate governance, support of growth and expansion, transactions and litigation/dispute resolution. Negotiate, draft and execute agreements on behalf of the company. Offer internal counsel on a wide range of legal issues. Advise on legal risks and liabilities associated with opportunities and deals; perform due diligence exercises in support of pending opportunities and agreements. Research legal issues impacting the company and draft opinion memos on various topics. Analyze regulatory requirements and draft internal policies; advise on regulatory risk and recommend policy strategies to operational management. Support corporate compliance operational objectives and compliance in HR practices (including internationally). Develop responses to complaints, investigations and administrative proceedings. Provide various corporate secretarial duties, as well as advice and counsel on Corporate Board responsibilities and logistics; manage and maintain key corporate documents and records. Monitor corporate governance developments and assist the Board in tailoring governance practices to meet internal and external needs and investor expectations. Serve as central point of contact for investor communication and engagement on corporate governance issues; liaise with auditors, lawyers, tax advisors, bankers and investors on Board governance issues. Subsidiary management and governance, including legal entity rationalization as necessary.

The candidate should have Law degree and active Bar licensure. Should have 2-3 years of corporate practice experience, ideally as part of a substantial firm with a strong corporate practice. Must have experience working with public and private companies both domestically and with an international footprint. Must be business minded, with the ability to identify and articulate a sensible and practical balance between legal risks and business priorities and present real-world pragmatic advice. Should have exemplary business and legal judgment with the ability to influence and provide a point of view. Must have excellent writing skills - the ability to draft articulate, clear and concise emails, memos and contracts will be of utmost importance. Should have ability to handle ambiguity, juggle many matters and once, and quickly shift from one situation or task to another. Adept at working in a fast-paced, high-activity environment with smart, motivated and creative people. Will need to display a supportive, diplomatic approach when interacting with internal stakeholders, and be creative in finding ways to support their needs.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FCZK139974
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate serves as primary lawyer for assigned business units conducting operations in North America. Conducts and directs complex negotiations for a broad spectrum of matters. Drafts, negotiates, and finalizes a wide variety of commercial agreements. Coordinates with European colleagues in negotiating international commercial agreements. Assist with additional tasks and projects as required, including mergers and acquisitions and other significant business transactions. Must have JD degree and membership in good standing in one State Bar. Should have 5+ years of recent experience focused on commercial transactions, either in-house or at a reputable law firm. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills (Spanish fluency a plus). Experience in bankruptcy, technology development, trade/customs, or logistics pis desired. Experienced user of Microsoft Office; experience using Google Suite and contract management software is helpful.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Counsel
Refer job# WPHQ139910
 
Contracts Counsel Responsibilities: Under general direction from the General Counsel, responsible for overseeing proposal preparations, guiding and/or directly engaging in contract negotiation, drafting and administration of contracts with clients, partners and vendors. Provides interpretation of contract terms and conditions to ensure they are in accordance with company policies, legal requirements and client specifications. Provides advice on contractual matters, prepares client correspondence, and monitors fulfillment of contractual obligations. Reconciles prime contract terms with subcontract terms to ensure compliance, and risk identification and mitigation. Reviews statements of work to ensure compliance with company practices and requirements. Liaisons with clients to resolve contractual differences and communicate pertinent information. Monitors performance to ensure timely delivery of requested items and to anticipate contract problem areas and coordinate solutions. Advises management of serious contract issues and risks and proposes and implements resolution and risk mitigation plans. Requests, proposes, and negotiates contract modifications/amendments revising work scope, prices, deliveries and/or other contract provisions. Coordinates contract closeouts. Interfaces professionally and efficiently with account executives, consultants, management and support organizations.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree required. JD Degree preferred. Meaningful commercial contract administration and management within a legal or procurement department. Federal contracts management experience is a plus. Primary and autonomous responsibility for reviewing, drafting and negotiating the legal terms of a broad range of commercial contracts. Experience in negotiation of Non-Disclosure agreements, teaming agreements and supplier agreements. Demonstrated track record of successful management of large and complex commercial transactions. Professional services contracts experience preferred. Ability to establish and maintain credibility with internal and external client; effective at building consensus and achieving goals through influence. Excellent interpersonal/communication skills with professional staff, senior level executives, and broader stakeholders. Demonstrated ability to create and execute innovative solutions to complex technical/business problems.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Compliance And Contracts Attorney
Refer job# EFVR139877
 
Compliance and Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Assist with creating, implementing and maintaining policies and programs that support compliance with anti-corruption, export controls, conflict of interest, personnel, data retention and other corporate policies, rules and regulations; Build and deliver tailored compliance and legal-related training to a global audience; assess and procure technology and third-party content to support global training programs; coordinate with the General Counsel to manage communications, tracking, reporting, and follow-up; Lead the annual, global Code of Conduct, FCPR / anticorruption, GDPR training / certification and various other trainings and track and report employee completion rates; Communicate compliance requirements to the global workforce as needed; Manage our third party due diligence program and approval process for review of proposed resellers, distributors, partners and key vendors; Review Denied Persons List (including OFAC) screening escalations; work with Channel Sales and Finance teams to ensure compliance with sanctions; administer export control functionalities; coordinate enhancements with IT and provide guidance to other teams as necessary; Oversee the compliance / whistleblower hotline; Develop relevant metrics to measure compliance program effectiveness and report out on progress; work with internal and external audit functions to ensure timely evaluation of compliance programs; Administer various processes requiring certifications from employees, third-party consultants, vendors and customers and track completion; Assist with various litigation and dispute matters including tracking and updating filing deadlines and subpoenas; Assist with all aspects of discovery and e-discovery from data collection through production; Assist in optimizing risk and control activities; Serve as point of contact for employee and other compliance questions across the range of issues. Provide legal support for our team on a broad range of commercial agreements in support of purchasing, sales, confidentiality, and other transactions. Review and negotiate standard and non-standard agreements including Non-Disclosure Agreements, Master Service Agreements and Terms and Conditions. Exercise good judgment in making legal and business decisions while providing contract interpretations and guidance to internal business teams to ensure compliance with company requirements. Ensure timely review of contract modifications and communication of changes and notices to the business team. Work closely with cross-functional teams (Sales, HR, Marketing Finance, and Operations) in order to resolve legal and business challenges. Ensure that all required approvals are obtained prior to submittal of contracts for execution.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university, business administration, accounting, information systems, cybersecurity or related field required. JD Degree from an accredited school; admitted to practice law in the state of Georgia. 3+ years of experience focused on legal compliance, including export controls, conflicts of interest, FCPA and other anticorruption regulations required and data protection. Experience with commercial transaction contracting; In-house experience preferred; Working knowledge of privacy and security standards and regulations such as GDPR, Privacy Shield, HIPAA/HITECH, etc. related to internal controls, risk assessments, business process and internal controls testing / operational auditing; Understanding of contract and negotiation principles in the business and legal context. Strong communication and project management skills with the ability to prioritize and communicate priorities required; Fundamental understanding behind channel partner due diligence review process, experience with conducting reviews preferred; Experience in project management and the ability to clearly communicate data protection and privacy issues verbally on both a formal and informal basis to all levels of staff; Strong aptitude to develop global compliance training programs; Experience in developing communications to a multicultural employee base in support of the compliance and ethics programs; Strong work ethic and ability to juggle numerous matters at once and produce high quality work under tight deadlines; Act independently to determine the best method and procedure, and consistently look for ways to improve processes and find efficiencies in support of the legal department; Willingness to take on additional tasks and projects outside of core areas of expertise; Organized and methodical approach to projects; Exercise good judgement in working independently and taking initiative. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with internal controls, risk assessments, business process, project management, and ERP packages are preferred; Oracle experience ideal. Experience within the automotive, mining or manufacturing sector.
 
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Senior Counsel, Litigation and Compliance
Refer job# ZPIP139779
 
Senior Counsel, Litigation and Compliance The candidate will work under the supervision of, and reports to, the company s General Counsel, and responsible for managing and/or assisting with litigation, claims, investigations, charges, and disputes. Other responsibilities will include directly supporting the Chief Compliance Officer and business in the development, implementation, and maintenance of the company s compliance program; and working with the company s Risk and Compliance Manager on insurance policy renewal, maintenance, and coverage issues, and counseling and training on risk management matters. Managing and overseeing all aspects of the company s personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, premises liability, workers compensation, labor and employment, commercial, and other litigation matters and claims from inception to trial and appeal or settlement. Developing case resolution strategies, monitoring legal and litigation trends, preparing and managing litigation budgets, preparing or editing pleadings and settlement documents, and representing the company in legal proceedings, mediations, and alternative dispute resolution forums. Supporting the company s compliance program by: identifying and monitoring critical risks and gaps; actively participating in the company s corporate risk review process; reviewing and developing written policies and standards of conduct; developing and conducting training and awareness programs, and preparing Board and executive-level reports and updates on compliance statistics and efforts. Working with the Chief Compliance Officer, Internal Audit, Risk Management, and/or Human Resources personnel to: monitor alert and hotline reports; conduct internal monitoring and auditing of policies and conduct; implement corrective action plans; respond to internal and government investigations, and investigate and respond to charges and complaints filed with government agencies. Working with the company s Risk and Compliance Manager and Director of Contracts to: assess scope and amount of insurance coverage; bid and award insurance products; negotiate policy terms; review and negotiate contractual insurance provisions; ensure timely reporting of claims; oversee coverage issues and disputes; prepare and update safety policies, and counsel business clients with respect to litigation avoidance and corrective measures to control risk.

The candidate must have 5+ years of related law firm or in-house experience, and a JD degree from an ABA approved law school. Should have Georgia Bar member or eligible to practice as an in-house attorney in Georgia. Significant experience with litigation, investigations, and insurance coverage, with experience in or a willingness to learn compliance and risk management is required.
 
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Corporate General Counsel
Refer job# CKDX139715
 
Corporate General Counsel The candidate will negotiate contractual agreements with vendors, retail and distribution customers, licensing partners and other external parties directly. Collaborate with and supervise outside counsel in a timely fashion. Preparation of legal documents, templates, written reports, presentations and updates as requested. Incorporate consumer protection compliance, intellectual property protection along with litigation knowledge into contract and business process reviews to mitigate legal risks, presenting options and explaining any terms unfamiliar to business executives. Oversee IP portfolio and liase with outside counsel who file and protect our IP. Assist with the protection, management and coordination of patent, trademark, copyright, and brand matters, including overseeing external patent counsel, as well as maintenance and protection of Scuf Gaming trademarks and copyrights, and counseling on trademark and copyright matters. Identify potential infringements across multiple jurisdictions. Ensure compliance across all aspects of the business and identify and counsel any risks to executive team. Work and advise on Corporate licensing, authorities to do business and renewals. Advise on state and federal laws and regulations along with associated change management to compliance standards, controls, training and communication. Counsel business executives on protecting technology, IP and the legal impact of business decisions or actions. Research legal issues and provide general advice such as analyzing and advising on legal and business risks associated with new product and/or services offerings. J.D. preferred, Bachelors degree in Business Law or relevant equivalent required. Must have 4+ years of practicing law in the areas of commercial contracts, intellectual property rights or corporate law. Prior experience drafting and reviewing contracts is essential. Experience with, or the ability to rapidly learn, copyright and trademark searching, clearance and counseling is essential.
 
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Corporate Attorney
Refer job# IVRM139721
 
Corporate Attorney The candidate will plan and organize Annual Shareholder Meeting. Handle Code of Business Conduct and Annual Survey. Advise on Board Governance and manage all approvals and minutes for Board and Board Committees. Advise on public company compliance working with Finance Team, outside counsel and GC. Own the Insider Trading Compliance program. Advise and Maintain all governances policies and procedures. Manage communications with the Board members. Work with Senior Attorney and paralegal as part of contract review team for customer contracts. Evaluate modifications to contract review process and update templates for best practices and business accommodations. Work directly with US business teams. Work towards providing contract training for business teams. Good independent judgment and discretion is essential. Law Degree/Bar Admission is essential. Must have 2-5 years of legal experience in corporate law department and/or law firm.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KTDX139740
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will contract drafting and negotiation and related client counseling for multiple business clients, including distribution, transportation and logistics. Support anti-bribery/FCPA compliance program, including investigatory work, counseling and research projects are needed. International trade regulatory support for company import and export operations is needed. Manage outside counsel is essential. Reports to Associate General Counsel International, Supply Chain and Regulatory is needed. Areas of specialization are contract negotiation, international trade regulatory, business law and corporate governance is essential. JD degree or equivalent and required certifications for practicing law. E-commerce, delivery and IT contracting experience is preferred. Should have 6+ years of experience. Current in house or law firm experience with significant supply chain contract negotiation skills, FCPA compliance and supply chain regulatory experience is preferred. Project management and client service skills, including the ability to work as a team member to maintain project timelines and foster strong relationships with business clients and team members are essential. Experience analyzing laws, regulations and contract trends for potential impact on applicable business goals and objectives are needed. High degree of oral and written communication is needed. Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint) is essential.
 
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