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Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel The candidate role will provide advice, strategic and transactional support to company's wireless, extended protection programs, technology, and digital products and support services. Will have experience with insurance and extended service contract laws. Provide advice, strategic and transactional support to sales, operations, marketing, finance, business development and product management areas. This requires continuing effort to understand the objectives of the business unit(s) and the key elements driving profitability. Draft, negotiate and interpret complex commercial agreements that materially impact the business and reflect current and changing business/legal needs as it relates to company's wireless, extended protection programs, technology and digital products, and support services. Work cross-functionally with other areas, including compliance, risk management, international, information security and vendor management groups. Understand new and emerging technologies as well as the commercial objectives of the Company, and provide legal counsel to achieve those objectives. Stay abreast of the evolving legislative and regulatory environments affecting the businesses and advise internal and external clients as to appropriate courses of action to maintain compliance. Identify potential legal risks and/or impacts to existing businesses, new ventures and products, as appropriate. Counsel and advise business management on ramifications of those risks and potential strategies to mitigate those risks. Should have Bachelor's degree and Law Degree (JD) from an accredited law school. Membership in good standing in the bar of at least one state is required. Must have 3 years of experience practicing in a law firm or corporation providing legal counsel on general business and contractual issues, ideally in technology, insurance or extended service contracts. Excellent drafting and negotiation skills of complex commercial agreements are required. Should have ability to understand business strategy and basic financial aspects of business ventures. Ability to quickly evaluate complex legal and regulatory issues and recommend appropriate and defensible courses of action is required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organization internally and externally. Should preferably have In-depth knowledge of statutes and regulations governing insurance and extended service protection products. Knowledge of one or more of the following industries/segments: consumer goods retailing, mobile electronics/telecommunications, technology is desired. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-25

Securities Compliance Attorney/officer

Duluth GA Securities Compliance Attorney/Officer Responsibilities: Interpret new and existing securities laws and regulations and use knowledge and experience to provide guidance to business units across the broker-dealer and registered investment adviser. Analyze existing policies, procedures, processes, and controls to determine gaps or areas for improvement. Lead or assist in leading initiatives or projects to mitigate the risk. Serve as subject matter expert and represent Compliance in business meetings and on committees. Respond to regulatory inquires and communicate with regulators such as FINRA, SEC and the Securities Divisions of each state. Provide training to registered representatives on topics including but not limited to Form U4 requirements, registration, suitability and best interest. Create training that may include in person training or written training such as bulletins and publications.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree. Must have 2-5 years of experience in the financial services industry. FINRA SIE, Series 7, 24 and 65/66 securities licenses (or obtained within 150 days of hire). Ability to manage multiple priorities and quickly and efficiently adapt to changes in procedures or policies. Ability to function independently as well as well as cooperatively. Ability to perform assigned tasks within the specified time frames and meet quality expectations. Ability to conduct research and provide management with proposed solutions. Thorough and detail-oriented. Excellent Word, PDF, Excel, and PowerPoint skills. Excellent analytical, research, and writing skills. Excellent interpersonal relationship skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent analytical, research, and writing skills. MBA, Juris Doctorate or other advanced degree. Experience with securities regulators, such as FINRA, SEC and the Securities Divisions of each state. Experience in Securities Compliance. Comprehensive understanding of mutual funds, annuities and/or advisory products.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2021-09-24

Corporate Counsel - Commercial Transactions

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel - Commercial Transactions The candidate will be the company's go to expert for commercial contracting matters. In partnership with internal business stakeholders, will be responsible for leading the legal review, drafting, and negotiation of a wide range of contracts and agreements with outside vendors and other third parties. Will also be responsible for building out commercial contracting processes, supervising a team of commercial paralegals, and managing and improving the company's contract management system. Be the company's go to expert for commercial contracting matters. Coordinate with other legal team experts as the quarterback to draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of complex commercial agreements, including technology, hardware, services, cloud, consultant, license, manufacturing, and procurement agreements. Identify and evaluate business and legal risks in transactions, and find creative ways to mitigate them while achieving business goals. Create and improve agreement templates, trainings, processes, and other resources and ensure contract terms and conditions are consistent with internal policies and goals. Manage the company's contract management system and drive initiatives to continue process integration with the other business units. Supervise, mentor, and maximize the effectiveness of commercial paralegals to build an efficient commercial contracting review process for the company. Must have 7+ years of experience handling a broad range of commercial contracts. Should be admitted to and in good standing with a US State Bar. Must have extensive lead-attorney experience in negotiating and drafting contracts, with an eye towards both legal and financial/commercial issues. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-24

Corporate Counsel

Kennesaw GA Corporate Counsel Duties: Work with General Counsel, and the legal department to respond to the legal needs of a dynamic professional service practice. Assist with managing professional liability, auto or general liability claims asserted against the company as they arise and bring them to resolution. Work with internal resources and external insurance brokers regarding commercial insurance program to ensure coverage for claims, compliance with insurance requirements and to respond to questions regarding insurance. Research legal issues and changes in the law to ensure day to day compliance by the company's operations. Advise on any perceived risks or liabilities to company management. Act as legal resource for various subjects as assigned. Examples of legal topics include but are not limited to: project delivery/defective service issues arising out of construction projects, requirements for conducting business in various locations; cybersecurity issues; professional liability; commercial insurance; employee relations issues; intellectual property; bankruptcy; securities regulations; collection and payment issues; and other legal questions as they arise. Along with other members of the legal department, review and negotiate all types of contracts and subcontracts with clients, subcontractors, and vendors; work collaboratively with General Counsel and Project or Client Managers to achieve positive and timely outcomes of negotiations. Provide high quality, positive and responsive services to both internal and external clients as issues arise to support effective resolution of the issue. Provide guidance and support to Project or Client Managers on contract or risk management related issues. Respond to requests for assistance and guidance from Project and Client Managers. Perform other related duties and responsibilities as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree and license to practice law in any state in the U.S. 5+ years of construction law experience, including the review, administration and negotiation of contracts; project related claims; evaluation of general legal issues and an ability to communicate complex legal issues to individuals not trained as lawyers. Intermediated knowledge of Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat, and PowerPoint and working knowledge of Excel and Access. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from colleagues, groups of professionals, senior management, project teams, clients and subcontractors. Excellent interpersonal, analytical and logical thinking skills. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret contracts, insurance documents, general business periodicals, professional journals, financial reports, legal documents, office procedures, and governmental regulations.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-23

Legal Counsel, Regulatory & Compliance (export/trade)

Atlanta GA Legal Counsel, Regulatory & Compliance (Export/Trade) Responsibilities: Development and implementation of the following, in collaboration with business leaders: 1) written policies, procedures and guidelines; 2) global trade training; 3) strategy and plan for compliance assessment and monitoring; 4) processes to track and report compliance; and 5) processes to ensure continuous improvement of program. Provide day-to-day proactive global trade law advice, assistance and counseling. Advise on a variety of export controls and sanctions topics, such as encryption, classification, commodity jurisdiction, licensing, and deemed exports. Counsel on changing export regulations and the impact on our business; assess impact of legal requirements on compliance and risk framework and strategy. Track and report on status and effectiveness of the global trade compliance program. Build strong cross-functional relationships in order to assess and anticipate emerging risk areas across the Company. Partner with Product Team on classification of Splunk products and development of necessary internal controls. Work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues in the U.S. and globally to facilitate a coordinated team approach.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school and member in good standing in any state Bar. 5-7 years of relevant experience in global trade compliance, with an emphasis on export compliance. Strong knowledge of the export regulations and control issues related to software, encryption and the cloud environment. Significant experience with: Commerce Department Export Administration Regulations (EAR), Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions; U.S. anti-boycott laws, State Department International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Prior experience working at or with technology companies. Comfortable handling multiple projects and transactions in parallel, often with short deadlines. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills. Possess the drive and ability to balance working autonomously and collaboratively in a highly dynamic fast-paced environment. Ability to interface and partner successfully with stakeholders at all levels and varying functions of the Company. Flexible and creative, with the initiative to contemplate multiple solutions to issues and to proactively and reliably drive complex projects. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in a fast-paced multinational b2b or enterprise software company with a channel sales model preferred. Experience with anticorruption laws. Combination of both in-house and law firm practice experience. Experience creating and conducting formal presentations and training internationally.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2021-09-23

Manager, Procurement Contracts And Counsel

Atlanta GA Manager, Procurement Contracts and Counsel Duties: Provide creative, cost effective contract solutions that meet the organization's business, technological, financial, and legal needs. Work closely with the global business and technology groups to understand their requirements, plans and business strategies and leverage knowledge in leading contract negotiations with external vendors to generate savings and mitigate risks. Prepare, review, and negotiate various contracts involving hardware, on-prem software, SaaS, and leases, financing and credit agreements among others. Lead and manage the RFI, RFQ and RFP process; evaluate proposals and bids; negotiate, draft and review contract and pricing provisions, legal requirements, terms and conditions; and monitor contract compliance. Ensure compliance on anti-corruption, data protection and data privacy matters, including GDPR and CCPA. Ensure compliance with all corporate policies and procedures relating to the contracting of goods and services. Effectively manage existing contracts and contract renewal processes, including managing the renewal of license and support agreements. Ensure all contract paperwork is generated and issued in an efficient manner to ensure continuation of coverage and mitigate risk for the company. Maintain contract files to ensure accuracy and completeness. Develop and manage vendor relationships compatible with organizational mission and goals. Perform industry research and utilize industry knowledge to develop successful negotiation strategies and structure for business relationships. Maintains control and spending reports. Generate queries and reports from the procurement systems as required and maintain procurement specific configurations as necessary.

Qualifications: JD Degree required. 7+ years of procurement experience. 4+ years of contract and project management experience. Experience in negotiation of IT, facilities, software licensing and support agreements, market data, marketing and consultant services agreements with major vendors. Knowledge and working experience with Oracle Cloud. Must be a self-starter, team-oriented leader, with a proven track record of implementing and delivering cost saving initiatives and successful contract negotiations. Must be customer focused and have strong leadership, technical and communication skills. Able to work collaboratively and productively with other departments to a successful result. Well organized, detail oriented with strong problem solving, conflict resolution and analytic skills. Able to manage multiple projects and thrive in an on-demand environment. Strong communication skills.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-22

Privacy Counsel

Atlanta GA Privacy Counsel Duties: Develop, review and update governance framework and supporting internal privacy policies. Collaborate in the design and ongoing update of public-facing privacy policies, standards and procedures. Lead and provide guidance in the identification of global compliance risks, implementation, and maintenance of organizational privacy compliance processes and procedures in coordination with the privacy team, information security, ad policy, internal business units and legal counsel. Conduct and review privacy risk assessments and Data Protection Impact Assessments, if necessary, and provide privacy advice to business leaders. Monitor changes in the tech industry and in privacy and security legislation, carry out analyses on the impact and accordingly suggest changes to our compliance program. Provide training and education on privacy regulations and promote a privacy-focused mindset throughout. Advise and support on launches of new products and services by managing privacy's participation in the product launch calendar and third party review. Support commercial lawyers and business teams in negotiating client and supplier/vendor contracts. Participate in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of third-party vendors and partners to ensure all privacy concerns, requirements, and responsibilities are addressed. Manage engagement with data protection authorities in relation to inquiries, complaints and disputes. Contribute to the review, analysis and response to user complaints concerning the organization's privacy policies, procedures and processes in coordination with legal counsel. Assist with responding to advertising requests for information and data and security partner questionnaires.

Qualifications: Qualified lawyer. Experience could be as a privacy lawyer (in house or private practice), a privacy professional, a privacy technologist and/or in a compliance role. Will have experience working in media/tech/advertising/e-commerce/communications. CIPP, CIPM or similar privacy qualification strongly preferred. In-depth knowledge of US privacy laws is a must. Europe, APAC and LATAM and GDPR and other relevant privacy laws are an advantage. Experience working on IT security issues is preferable. Strong background advising technology companies on privacy risk and mitigation. Team player, able to influence, collaborate, negotiate and solve problems with business partners and expert teams across organizational lines. Strong organizational, analytical and critical thinking skills, with strong attention to detail and accuracy. Desire and ability to quickly learn about the activities and specificities of our unique business model, advanced technology capabilities, and evolving regulatory environment. Self-starter, willing to take ownership and drive initiatives to resolution while reporting appropriately on progress made and escalating when difficulties are encountered. Excellent written, presentation and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, prioritizing conflicting demands & priorities from multiple business clients, and making sound decisions on tight deadlines.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-22

Senior Securities and Commercial Counsel

Atlanta GA Senior Securities and Commercial Counsel The candidate will report to the company's General Counsel. Will collaborate with other company departments in preparing and reviewing SEC filings, including proxy statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, as well as Section 16 filings. Support members of senior management and various departments, including by drafting, reviewing, negotiating and interpreting a wide variety of commercial agreements, such as SAAS; licensing; information technology; marketing; services and confidentiality agreements. Prepare materials for consideration by the Board and its committees. Advise on Board matters, develop corporate governance policies, and implement legal controls to help ensure sound corporate governance practices. Support corporate transactional matters and other strategic corporate initiatives such as treasury reserve management, financing transactions, securities offerings, stock repurchases, acquisitions or divestitures, and corporate reorganizations. Advise on investor relations and external communications matters, including reviewing press releases, earnings announcements and scripts, investor presentations and communications, and other key marketing materials. Assist in the development of policies, procedures and training as needed. Suggest and implement improvements in processes, forms and operations, including disclosure controls and procedures. Provide advice, strategic support and education to executives and employees about corporate governance, securities, M&A and other corporate matters. Keep up to date with proposed and new corporate regulations to evaluate the potential impact on the company and arrange for new policies and procedures to ensure compliance. Should have excellent academic credentials with a J.D. degree and be admitted to practice law in at least one state. Must have 3-6 years of experience as a corporate attorney, with significant experience in corporate governance matters and publicly traded companies generally, including Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act including 3+ years at a top law firm. Previous in-house experience is a plus. Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2021-09-22

Corporate Counsel

Alpharetta GA Corporate Counsel The candidate will intimately understand real estate transactions/operations. Produce, refine, strategize and govern real estate transaction and investment documents including LOIs, PSAs, operating agreements, PPMs, situational contracts/agreements, joint venture, fund and partnership structures/docs. Produce, refine, strategize and govern organizational contracts and agreements with vendors, internal and external contractors and vendors. Understand, cultivate and manage business partnerships with divisional leaders within the organization. Create and maintain critical business relationships with the senior executive team. Create, facilitate and recalibrate both legal and business strategies/solutions in a collaborative way. Create, facilitate and recalibrate both legal and business negotiations with contractors, real estate buyers, sellers, investors and vendors. Govern, oversee and provide guidance to the business as it relates to the following: compliance, risk management, laws & regulations, insurance claims, business litigation and multifamily property litigation. Negotiate, draft, or review corporate governance, purchase and sale agreements, contracts and financing documents. Oversee legal issues including ongoing ventures, property acquisitions, and corporate governance. Manage outside counsel related to acquisitions, balancing cost and effectiveness in the delivery of legal services. Anticipate and mitigate potential legal problems within the organization, providing relevant advice to senior leadership and stakeholders. Collaborate and communicate effectively with paralegal regarding issues that impact the operations of the business. Supervise paralegals with regard to related functions. Additional assignments as requested.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Should preferably have 5+ years of practice in a law firm or in-house with a practice concentration in real estate, finance, and commercial areas. Attorney's license must be current, active and in good standing. Continuing education requirements must be current. Should be detail-oriented, organized, efficient and resourceful with strong follow-through skills. Should have excellent written, verbal and analytical skills, with an ability to communicate complex issues in a simple way and to orchestrate plans to resolve issues and mitigate risks, strong negotiation skills and ability to interact with legal and business leaders internally and externally, hands-on, team-oriented approach with flexibility and positive attitude, superior contract drafting and verbal communication skills, the acumen to effectively balance compliance with the law against business goals and initiatives. Should be a creative problem solver with the ability to quickly and accurately assess legal risks. Should have the ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects with a customer service attitude, be hard-working and a self-starter with the ability to operate independently with minimal supervision in a fast-paced environment and meet tight deadlines, be process-oriented with desire for constant improvement and development of best practices, strong integrity and commitment to ethics. Must be able to communicate and function in an interdisciplinary team. Must understand and follow company policies, including harassment and complaint procedures.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-22

Commercial Real Estate Attorney

Duluth GA Commercial Real Estate Attorney The candidate will communicate/coordinate directly with the principles and attorneys of customers, which are almost exclusively large, institutional property owners, investors and lenders. Draft and review various real estate conveyance, security, release and ancillary documents for multi-state transactions. Review, and provide comments to, seller and borrower authority and governance documents. Review and comment on complex escrow and closing instructions for multi-state closings. Assist in the review and assembly of legal descriptions for deeds, mortgages and ancillary documents. Work with underwriters to determine appropriate title insurance endorsements and exceptions for various types of real estate transactions. Work with underwriters in the pricing of title insurance, including endorsements, and obtaining over the limit insured amount authorizations. Assist in reviewing closing statements. Perform numerous related tasks.

the candidate should have a J.D. degree. Admission to the State Bar of Georgia or another state is required. Should have 2+ years of experience as a commercial real estate attorney at a law firm. Multi-state experience is preferred. Should be detail-oriented and professional. Must have exceptional verbal and written communication skills, as well as excellent organizational skills. Must have excellent problem-solving skills and analytical abilities. Must be a self-starter with the ability to work independently.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-20
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FRYA162283
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate role will provide advice, strategic and transactional support to company's wireless, extended protection programs, technology, and digital products and support services. Will have experience with insurance and extended service contract laws. Provide advice, strategic and transactional support to sales, operations, marketing, finance, business development and product management areas. This requires continuing effort to understand the objectives of the business unit(s) and the key elements driving profitability. Draft, negotiate and interpret complex commercial agreements that materially impact the business and reflect current and changing business/legal needs as it relates to company's wireless, extended protection programs, technology and digital products, and support services. Work cross-functionally with other areas, including compliance, risk management, international, information security and vendor management groups. Understand new and emerging technologies as well as the commercial objectives of the Company, and provide legal counsel to achieve those objectives. Stay abreast of the evolving legislative and regulatory environments affecting the businesses and advise internal and external clients as to appropriate courses of action to maintain compliance. Identify potential legal risks and/or impacts to existing businesses, new ventures and products, as appropriate. Counsel and advise business management on ramifications of those risks and potential strategies to mitigate those risks. Should have Bachelor's degree and Law Degree (JD) from an accredited law school. Membership in good standing in the bar of at least one state is required. Must have 3 years of experience practicing in a law firm or corporation providing legal counsel on general business and contractual issues, ideally in technology, insurance or extended service contracts. Excellent drafting and negotiation skills of complex commercial agreements are required. Should have ability to understand business strategy and basic financial aspects of business ventures. Ability to quickly evaluate complex legal and regulatory issues and recommend appropriate and defensible courses of action is required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organization internally and externally. Should preferably have In-depth knowledge of statutes and regulations governing insurance and extended service protection products. Knowledge of one or more of the following industries/segments: consumer goods retailing, mobile electronics/telecommunications, technology is desired.
 
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Securities Compliance Attorney/officer
Refer job# NUET162232
 
Securities Compliance Attorney/Officer Responsibilities: Interpret new and existing securities laws and regulations and use knowledge and experience to provide guidance to business units across the broker-dealer and registered investment adviser. Analyze existing policies, procedures, processes, and controls to determine gaps or areas for improvement. Lead or assist in leading initiatives or projects to mitigate the risk. Serve as subject matter expert and represent Compliance in business meetings and on committees. Respond to regulatory inquires and communicate with regulators such as FINRA, SEC and the Securities Divisions of each state. Provide training to registered representatives on topics including but not limited to Form U4 requirements, registration, suitability and best interest. Create training that may include in person training or written training such as bulletins and publications.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree. Must have 2-5 years of experience in the financial services industry. FINRA SIE, Series 7, 24 and 65/66 securities licenses (or obtained within 150 days of hire). Ability to manage multiple priorities and quickly and efficiently adapt to changes in procedures or policies. Ability to function independently as well as well as cooperatively. Ability to perform assigned tasks within the specified time frames and meet quality expectations. Ability to conduct research and provide management with proposed solutions. Thorough and detail-oriented. Excellent Word, PDF, Excel, and PowerPoint skills. Excellent analytical, research, and writing skills. Excellent interpersonal relationship skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent analytical, research, and writing skills. MBA, Juris Doctorate or other advanced degree. Experience with securities regulators, such as FINRA, SEC and the Securities Divisions of each state. Experience in Securities Compliance. Comprehensive understanding of mutual funds, annuities and/or advisory products.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Commercial Transactions
Refer job# XPVH162279
 
Corporate Counsel - Commercial Transactions The candidate will be the company's go to expert for commercial contracting matters. In partnership with internal business stakeholders, will be responsible for leading the legal review, drafting, and negotiation of a wide range of contracts and agreements with outside vendors and other third parties. Will also be responsible for building out commercial contracting processes, supervising a team of commercial paralegals, and managing and improving the company's contract management system. Be the company's go to expert for commercial contracting matters. Coordinate with other legal team experts as the quarterback to draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of complex commercial agreements, including technology, hardware, services, cloud, consultant, license, manufacturing, and procurement agreements. Identify and evaluate business and legal risks in transactions, and find creative ways to mitigate them while achieving business goals. Create and improve agreement templates, trainings, processes, and other resources and ensure contract terms and conditions are consistent with internal policies and goals. Manage the company's contract management system and drive initiatives to continue process integration with the other business units. Supervise, mentor, and maximize the effectiveness of commercial paralegals to build an efficient commercial contracting review process for the company. Must have 7+ years of experience handling a broad range of commercial contracts. Should be admitted to and in good standing with a US State Bar. Must have extensive lead-attorney experience in negotiating and drafting contracts, with an eye towards both legal and financial/commercial issues.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UJRF162218
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Work with General Counsel, and the legal department to respond to the legal needs of a dynamic professional service practice. Assist with managing professional liability, auto or general liability claims asserted against the company as they arise and bring them to resolution. Work with internal resources and external insurance brokers regarding commercial insurance program to ensure coverage for claims, compliance with insurance requirements and to respond to questions regarding insurance. Research legal issues and changes in the law to ensure day to day compliance by the company's operations. Advise on any perceived risks or liabilities to company management. Act as legal resource for various subjects as assigned. Examples of legal topics include but are not limited to: project delivery/defective service issues arising out of construction projects, requirements for conducting business in various locations; cybersecurity issues; professional liability; commercial insurance; employee relations issues; intellectual property; bankruptcy; securities regulations; collection and payment issues; and other legal questions as they arise. Along with other members of the legal department, review and negotiate all types of contracts and subcontracts with clients, subcontractors, and vendors; work collaboratively with General Counsel and Project or Client Managers to achieve positive and timely outcomes of negotiations. Provide high quality, positive and responsive services to both internal and external clients as issues arise to support effective resolution of the issue. Provide guidance and support to Project or Client Managers on contract or risk management related issues. Respond to requests for assistance and guidance from Project and Client Managers. Perform other related duties and responsibilities as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree and license to practice law in any state in the U.S. 5+ years of construction law experience, including the review, administration and negotiation of contracts; project related claims; evaluation of general legal issues and an ability to communicate complex legal issues to individuals not trained as lawyers. Intermediated knowledge of Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat, and PowerPoint and working knowledge of Excel and Access. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from colleagues, groups of professionals, senior management, project teams, clients and subcontractors. Excellent interpersonal, analytical and logical thinking skills. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret contracts, insurance documents, general business periodicals, professional journals, financial reports, legal documents, office procedures, and governmental regulations.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal Counsel, Regulatory & Compliance (export/trade)
Refer job# IEBD162225
 
Legal Counsel, Regulatory & Compliance (Export/Trade) Responsibilities: Development and implementation of the following, in collaboration with business leaders: 1) written policies, procedures and guidelines; 2) global trade training; 3) strategy and plan for compliance assessment and monitoring; 4) processes to track and report compliance; and 5) processes to ensure continuous improvement of program. Provide day-to-day proactive global trade law advice, assistance and counseling. Advise on a variety of export controls and sanctions topics, such as encryption, classification, commodity jurisdiction, licensing, and deemed exports. Counsel on changing export regulations and the impact on our business; assess impact of legal requirements on compliance and risk framework and strategy. Track and report on status and effectiveness of the global trade compliance program. Build strong cross-functional relationships in order to assess and anticipate emerging risk areas across the Company. Partner with Product Team on classification of Splunk products and development of necessary internal controls. Work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues in the U.S. and globally to facilitate a coordinated team approach.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school and member in good standing in any state Bar. 5-7 years of relevant experience in global trade compliance, with an emphasis on export compliance. Strong knowledge of the export regulations and control issues related to software, encryption and the cloud environment. Significant experience with: Commerce Department Export Administration Regulations (EAR), Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions; U.S. anti-boycott laws, State Department International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Prior experience working at or with technology companies. Comfortable handling multiple projects and transactions in parallel, often with short deadlines. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills. Possess the drive and ability to balance working autonomously and collaboratively in a highly dynamic fast-paced environment. Ability to interface and partner successfully with stakeholders at all levels and varying functions of the Company. Flexible and creative, with the initiative to contemplate multiple solutions to issues and to proactively and reliably drive complex projects. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in a fast-paced multinational b2b or enterprise software company with a channel sales model preferred. Experience with anticorruption laws. Combination of both in-house and law firm practice experience. Experience creating and conducting formal presentations and training internationally.
 
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Manager, Procurement Contracts And Counsel
Refer job# TDDP162087
 
Manager, Procurement Contracts and Counsel Duties: Provide creative, cost effective contract solutions that meet the organization's business, technological, financial, and legal needs. Work closely with the global business and technology groups to understand their requirements, plans and business strategies and leverage knowledge in leading contract negotiations with external vendors to generate savings and mitigate risks. Prepare, review, and negotiate various contracts involving hardware, on-prem software, SaaS, and leases, financing and credit agreements among others. Lead and manage the RFI, RFQ and RFP process; evaluate proposals and bids; negotiate, draft and review contract and pricing provisions, legal requirements, terms and conditions; and monitor contract compliance. Ensure compliance on anti-corruption, data protection and data privacy matters, including GDPR and CCPA. Ensure compliance with all corporate policies and procedures relating to the contracting of goods and services. Effectively manage existing contracts and contract renewal processes, including managing the renewal of license and support agreements. Ensure all contract paperwork is generated and issued in an efficient manner to ensure continuation of coverage and mitigate risk for the company. Maintain contract files to ensure accuracy and completeness. Develop and manage vendor relationships compatible with organizational mission and goals. Perform industry research and utilize industry knowledge to develop successful negotiation strategies and structure for business relationships. Maintains control and spending reports. Generate queries and reports from the procurement systems as required and maintain procurement specific configurations as necessary.

Qualifications: JD Degree required. 7+ years of procurement experience. 4+ years of contract and project management experience. Experience in negotiation of IT, facilities, software licensing and support agreements, market data, marketing and consultant services agreements with major vendors. Knowledge and working experience with Oracle Cloud. Must be a self-starter, team-oriented leader, with a proven track record of implementing and delivering cost saving initiatives and successful contract negotiations. Must be customer focused and have strong leadership, technical and communication skills. Able to work collaboratively and productively with other departments to a successful result. Well organized, detail oriented with strong problem solving, conflict resolution and analytic skills. Able to manage multiple projects and thrive in an on-demand environment. Strong communication skills.
 
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Privacy Counsel
Refer job# IJGI162096
 
Privacy Counsel Duties: Develop, review and update governance framework and supporting internal privacy policies. Collaborate in the design and ongoing update of public-facing privacy policies, standards and procedures. Lead and provide guidance in the identification of global compliance risks, implementation, and maintenance of organizational privacy compliance processes and procedures in coordination with the privacy team, information security, ad policy, internal business units and legal counsel. Conduct and review privacy risk assessments and Data Protection Impact Assessments, if necessary, and provide privacy advice to business leaders. Monitor changes in the tech industry and in privacy and security legislation, carry out analyses on the impact and accordingly suggest changes to our compliance program. Provide training and education on privacy regulations and promote a privacy-focused mindset throughout. Advise and support on launches of new products and services by managing privacy's participation in the product launch calendar and third party review. Support commercial lawyers and business teams in negotiating client and supplier/vendor contracts. Participate in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of third-party vendors and partners to ensure all privacy concerns, requirements, and responsibilities are addressed. Manage engagement with data protection authorities in relation to inquiries, complaints and disputes. Contribute to the review, analysis and response to user complaints concerning the organization's privacy policies, procedures and processes in coordination with legal counsel. Assist with responding to advertising requests for information and data and security partner questionnaires.

Qualifications: Qualified lawyer. Experience could be as a privacy lawyer (in house or private practice), a privacy professional, a privacy technologist and/or in a compliance role. Will have experience working in media/tech/advertising/e-commerce/communications. CIPP, CIPM or similar privacy qualification strongly preferred. In-depth knowledge of US privacy laws is a must. Europe, APAC and LATAM and GDPR and other relevant privacy laws are an advantage. Experience working on IT security issues is preferable. Strong background advising technology companies on privacy risk and mitigation. Team player, able to influence, collaborate, negotiate and solve problems with business partners and expert teams across organizational lines. Strong organizational, analytical and critical thinking skills, with strong attention to detail and accuracy. Desire and ability to quickly learn about the activities and specificities of our unique business model, advanced technology capabilities, and evolving regulatory environment. Self-starter, willing to take ownership and drive initiatives to resolution while reporting appropriately on progress made and escalating when difficulties are encountered. Excellent written, presentation and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, prioritizing conflicting demands & priorities from multiple business clients, and making sound decisions on tight deadlines.
 
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Senior Securities and Commercial Counsel
Refer job# DYAD162119
 
Senior Securities and Commercial Counsel The candidate will report to the company's General Counsel. Will collaborate with other company departments in preparing and reviewing SEC filings, including proxy statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, as well as Section 16 filings. Support members of senior management and various departments, including by drafting, reviewing, negotiating and interpreting a wide variety of commercial agreements, such as SAAS; licensing; information technology; marketing; services and confidentiality agreements. Prepare materials for consideration by the Board and its committees. Advise on Board matters, develop corporate governance policies, and implement legal controls to help ensure sound corporate governance practices. Support corporate transactional matters and other strategic corporate initiatives such as treasury reserve management, financing transactions, securities offerings, stock repurchases, acquisitions or divestitures, and corporate reorganizations. Advise on investor relations and external communications matters, including reviewing press releases, earnings announcements and scripts, investor presentations and communications, and other key marketing materials. Assist in the development of policies, procedures and training as needed. Suggest and implement improvements in processes, forms and operations, including disclosure controls and procedures. Provide advice, strategic support and education to executives and employees about corporate governance, securities, M&A and other corporate matters. Keep up to date with proposed and new corporate regulations to evaluate the potential impact on the company and arrange for new policies and procedures to ensure compliance. Should have excellent academic credentials with a J.D. degree and be admitted to practice law in at least one state. Must have 3-6 years of experience as a corporate attorney, with significant experience in corporate governance matters and publicly traded companies generally, including Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act including 3+ years at a top law firm. Previous in-house experience is a plus.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# RCKN162139
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will intimately understand real estate transactions/operations. Produce, refine, strategize and govern real estate transaction and investment documents including LOIs, PSAs, operating agreements, PPMs, situational contracts/agreements, joint venture, fund and partnership structures/docs. Produce, refine, strategize and govern organizational contracts and agreements with vendors, internal and external contractors and vendors. Understand, cultivate and manage business partnerships with divisional leaders within the organization. Create and maintain critical business relationships with the senior executive team. Create, facilitate and recalibrate both legal and business strategies/solutions in a collaborative way. Create, facilitate and recalibrate both legal and business negotiations with contractors, real estate buyers, sellers, investors and vendors. Govern, oversee and provide guidance to the business as it relates to the following: compliance, risk management, laws & regulations, insurance claims, business litigation and multifamily property litigation. Negotiate, draft, or review corporate governance, purchase and sale agreements, contracts and financing documents. Oversee legal issues including ongoing ventures, property acquisitions, and corporate governance. Manage outside counsel related to acquisitions, balancing cost and effectiveness in the delivery of legal services. Anticipate and mitigate potential legal problems within the organization, providing relevant advice to senior leadership and stakeholders. Collaborate and communicate effectively with paralegal regarding issues that impact the operations of the business. Supervise paralegals with regard to related functions. Additional assignments as requested.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Should preferably have 5+ years of practice in a law firm or in-house with a practice concentration in real estate, finance, and commercial areas. Attorney's license must be current, active and in good standing. Continuing education requirements must be current. Should be detail-oriented, organized, efficient and resourceful with strong follow-through skills. Should have excellent written, verbal and analytical skills, with an ability to communicate complex issues in a simple way and to orchestrate plans to resolve issues and mitigate risks, strong negotiation skills and ability to interact with legal and business leaders internally and externally, hands-on, team-oriented approach with flexibility and positive attitude, superior contract drafting and verbal communication skills, the acumen to effectively balance compliance with the law against business goals and initiatives. Should be a creative problem solver with the ability to quickly and accurately assess legal risks. Should have the ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects with a customer service attitude, be hard-working and a self-starter with the ability to operate independently with minimal supervision in a fast-paced environment and meet tight deadlines, be process-oriented with desire for constant improvement and development of best practices, strong integrity and commitment to ethics. Must be able to communicate and function in an interdisciplinary team. Must understand and follow company policies, including harassment and complaint procedures.
 
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Commercial Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# DJOR162016
 
Commercial Real Estate Attorney The candidate will communicate/coordinate directly with the principles and attorneys of customers, which are almost exclusively large, institutional property owners, investors and lenders. Draft and review various real estate conveyance, security, release and ancillary documents for multi-state transactions. Review, and provide comments to, seller and borrower authority and governance documents. Review and comment on complex escrow and closing instructions for multi-state closings. Assist in the review and assembly of legal descriptions for deeds, mortgages and ancillary documents. Work with underwriters to determine appropriate title insurance endorsements and exceptions for various types of real estate transactions. Work with underwriters in the pricing of title insurance, including endorsements, and obtaining over the limit insured amount authorizations. Assist in reviewing closing statements. Perform numerous related tasks.

the candidate should have a J.D. degree. Admission to the State Bar of Georgia or another state is required. Should have 2+ years of experience as a commercial real estate attorney at a law firm. Multi-state experience is preferred. Should be detail-oriented and professional. Must have exceptional verbal and written communication skills, as well as excellent organizational skills. Must have excellent problem-solving skills and analytical abilities. Must be a self-starter with the ability to work independently.
 
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