Legal Counsel Jobs Illinois | In-House Counsel Jobs | GCConsulting.com
General Counsel Consulting
About us Attorney resources Employer resources Job listings Submit resume Contact Us
General Counsel Consulting
Sign In
Email:
Password:
Forgot your password?
New User?
Signup
GCC
General Counsel
Consulting
provided
exceptional
service in helping
my organization
recruit for a hard
to fill position.
They did extensive
work on the front
end to understand
our needs and
our culture and
began referring
highly qualified
candidates almost
immediately.
 
Melinda Burrows
Deputy General Counsel
- Litigation and
Compliance, Progress
Energy Service Company
LLC
 

Jobs for Law Students
Law Student - Law Firm in San Jose, CA
USA-CA-San Jose
File Clerk The candidate will be organizing and filing documents for client files. Creating compute.... [more]


Law Student - In-House in San Mateo, CA
USA-CA-San Mateo
Winter Intern ? Tax Services The candidate will serve as members of client service teams. Interns a.... [more]


Law Student - In-House in Chicago, IL
USA-IL-Chicago
Intern - Tax Services The intern will be exposed to a wide variety of projects and industries. Will.... [more]


Articles By
Harrison Barnes From
BCG Attorney Search

 

 
Click here
 

Job of the Day
Vice President, Privacy Policy with ESRB
New York City New York United States

Organization: Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) Position: Vice President, Privacy Certified Location: New York, NY/ Remote Reports to: President of ESRB Are you an analytical leader with experience in privacy laws and regulations...


In House Legal Job Listings

YOUR WINDOW TO A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES
 
Welcome to the job listings section of General Counsel Consulting. We are constantly updating our jobs seven days a week. As a firm dedicated to in-house search and placement, our ability to forge strong relationships with top-rated companies around the world allows us to offer our candidates a breadth of opportunities we believe is unrivaled.
 
We are pleased that your assessment of options has led you to General Counsel Consulting, and we invite you to browse our website to learn more about our firm and the career opportunities we offer. If you would like to be considered for an in-house attorney position, feel free to submit your resume.
 
If you are an employer looking to hire an in-house counsel, please click here to contact us and submit your opening.
 
 

Principal Corporate Counsel, Commercial Partner Ecosystem

Chicago IL Principal Corporate Counsel, Commercial Partner Ecosystem The candidate will act as the primary legal contact for assigned clients on a variety of legal, business and compliance initiatives intended to support the digital transformation of Firm's customers with and through partners. Will work closely with members of Firms commercial legal team based in our corporate headquarters and other subsidiary-based colleagues on partner-related efforts. Serve as an important contributor to clients and colleagues by providing actionable legal counsel on major partner transactions and negotiations grounded with in-depth understanding of the issues. Identifies and anticipates legal risks in the client's business and develops practical solutions to mitigate future risk along with scaled guidance that captures repeatable issues. Manages day to day interactions with outside counsel or other service providers to address and resolve issues. Resolve project-specific issues by interacting with business clients, colleagues and outside counsel. Structures, drafts, and negotiates transactional documents, program launches and campaigns (e.g., standard agreements ). Conducts, reviews, interprets and analyzes legal information. cultivates an understanding of legal principles within primary legal practice and a basic understanding of legal principles outside primary area. Identifies and engages appropriate stakeholders in CELA and business to escalate issues. Train internal business clients on legal, privacy, competition and other compliance issues that may arise in the provision of servicing our partner ecosystem. Actively participates in legal, work, or industry associations (e.g., presenting at meetings, conferences, hearings, consultations, assisting in planning or preparing presentations). contributes to external outreach initiatives and recruiting. Develops positive relationships with external legal professionals, customers, or partners in an effort to protect and advocate Firms interests. Engages with legal and other business colleagues (e.g. business desk, finance, tax and trade, compliance) to identify and share best practices. Provides continuous feedback and contributes to the improvement of project operational efficiencies. provides recommendations to improve efficiencies within work groups and for the delivery of legal services to clients. Manages project work expenses according to budget and proposes efficiencies. Collaborates effectively within work group and across CELA functions on client issues. Organizes and simplifies issues and ideas in written and verbal communication.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate or equivalent higher degree in law with excellent academic credentials. Must have active license to practice law in a jurisdiction and capable of meeting admission requirements in relevant jurisdiction. Must have 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Must be well-versed in offering general legal, commercial and strategic advice with particular familiarity with cloud, software licensing and/or services contracts. Working knowledge of Firms Outlook, Word and PowerPoint is essential.3+ years of experience as a transactional attorney in-house and/or at a law firm dealing with sophisticated technology agreements is preferred. In-house counsel experience is desired. Experience in negotiating information technology agreements is highly desirable. Familiarity with relevant legal issues such as intellectual property, data protection privacy law, competition law and imminent legislation is highly desirable. Experience in dealing with regulatory issues pertaining to software and cloud services in industries such as banking & financial services, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, etc. is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Litigation Counsel

Chicago IL Litigation Counsel The candidate will manage a broad portfolio of litigation and pre-litigation matters in multiple practice areas and in all jurisdictions in which operates. Will take a hands-on approach to all facets of litigation, including responding to subpoenas and discovery requests, drafting and revising legal briefs, interviewing witnesses, preparing witnesses for testimony, and negotiating and drafting settlements. Manage all aspects of outside counsel relationships, including staffing, litigation strategy, work product, and budgets. Advise collaborators to address and resolve potential disputes to support our goals. Create scalable processes to help support a growing business.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Must have 4+ years of broad litigation experience at a law firm or in-house, handling complex commercial litigation, including class action litigation, alternative dispute resolution and pre-litigation disputes. Must be familiar with e-discovery issues, including document retention procedures; collection, review, and production of documents; and third-party subpoena compliance. Prior in-house experience at a technology or sharing economy company is a plus. Experience with antitrust law, employment law, intellectual property or consumer class actions is desired.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Technology Transactions

Chicago IL Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Technology Transactions The candidate will drive valuable technology transactions, which will include negotiation with customers and drafting of subscription, data processing, and professional services agreements, assignments, amendments, and add-on transactions. Provide proactive strategic advice and guidance to internal teams regarding business and legal issues and risks. Assist in implementing legal efficiencies to support the customer base business unit and improve our contract processes and operations in that segment. Help build and improve contract templates and negotiation playbooks and provide internal training to sales, sales operations, contract operations, and the broader GTM legal team on how we can create a frictionless customer contract experience. Should have a J.D. Degree and membership in at least one state bar in good standing. Must have 7+ years of law firm and/or in-house legal experience, with 3+ years focused on negotiation and management of high-value technology transactions. Experience with SaaS, web technologies, cloud technologies/platforms, the mobile space, cloud computing, enterprise software and/or social network environment is required. Outstanding written and oral communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with legal and non-legal audiences at all levels of the organization is essential. Must have excellent contract negotiation and drafting skills, comfortable and adept at teaming with sales leadership in fast-paced customer-facing transactions. The ability to work independently and balance a large volume of transactions and projects simultaneously under pressure is needed. Have attention to detail, willingness to roll up their sleeves to get into the details and drive creative solutions but the ability to think on the fly and drive efficient deal process and fast decision making. Must have demonstrated exceptional judgment and integrity with the ability to think strategically and give practical advice appropriately weighing legal and business objectives. Have strong leadership ability, including outstanding influence and communication skills. Have superior business judgment and the ability to address complex opportunities and issues in creative and effective ways, always with the customer in mind. Have a high level of integrity, professionalism, curiosity, humility, and willingness to grow. Great teammate with a sense of humor. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Securities Services / Institutional Trust and Custody Attorney

Chicago IL Securities Services / Institutional Trust and Custody Attorney Duties: Supports the Bank's Institutional Trust & Custody business. Interacts with sales, relationship, administration, operations, risk, and compliance staff; external customers; and external customers legal counsel. Negotiates complicated service contracts. Supports account onboarding and administration. Monitors the evolving regulatory and litigation environment and advises on complying with regulatory expectations and minimizing litigation risk. Advises on risk-control procedures and template service contracts. Contributes legal expertise to product development and novel account-investment transactions Supports responses to internal and external audits and administrative reviews, regulators exams, demands, litigation, regulatory action, and customer bankruptcy. Educates bank personnel about relevant legal topics. Manages outside legal counsel.

Basic Qualifications: Law Degree. Licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate State Bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority. 5+ years of the in-house legal department or law firm experience advising financial institutions. Preferred Qualifications: Experience advising trustees, custodial banks, investment advisers, brokers, or insurance companies on investment ownership, registration, and administration. Expertise preferred in one or more of the following areas of law: fiduciary (OCC Reg. 9 and state trust law); insurance (state reinsurance and statutory-deposits regulation); securities (investment types, trading, settlement, 40 Act exemptions, Exchange Act Rule 15c3-3); Uniform Commercial Code (Article 9). Strong analytical skills. Ability to work independently. Comfort with and interest in working on a variety of legal matters. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills. Strong commitment to client service.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Lead Counsel, Privacy Data Life Cycle

Chicago IL Lead Counsel, Privacy Data Life Cycle The candidate will work closely with product, engineering, policy, operations, and business teams, as well as other legal department subgroups, and will require application of a complex, evolving legal framework to new and innovative products and services and to core infrastructure initiatives. Advise teams across the company on legal matters that implicate the way that handles user data throughout the life cycle. Serve as subject matter expert to support business and other legal teams regarding global privacy laws and other obligations that implicate data life cycle management, including CCPA, GDPR, and LGPD. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across company's business, policy, legal, communications, security, and other departments. Work closely with privacy counsel, product counsel, and product teams to guide privacy-forward product development and evaluate the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions. Should have J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state bar. Must have 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience working with product or technology teams is required. Should have business judgment and client counseling experience. Should preferably have Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially including those relevant for social media, ad tech and Internet companies. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment is desired. Experience with, understanding of, and enthusiasm towards innovative technologies, including those related to privacy and data security is preferred. Should preferably have Product or Technology experience and the capability to understand product development concepts to aid with issue spotting. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Executive Director, Lead Franchise Counsel - Hematology / Oncology

Chicago IL Executive Director, Lead Franchise Counsel - Hematology / Oncology Duties: Provide strategic, operational, and tactical legal and business insight on the regulatory approval and commercialization of hematology/oncology products including the launch of the Company's product candidates in North America. Provide legal advice and counsel related to the development of regulatory and business strategies related to the development and commercialization of the Company's product candidates and marketed products. Review and advise on strategies, programs, initiatives, contracts, policies, and training related to sales, marketing, medical, and other non-promotional education and scientific exchange. Review and advise on promotional materials, field training materials, product, and disease-related communications, and health economics materials; Serve as a subject matter expert in the areas of US healthcare law and all applicable pharmaceutical marketing, anti-kickback, privacy, fraud and abuse, anti-bribery, Sunshine Act and product liability statutes and regulations. Identify training needs within the organization; develop and present training sessions on relevant laws and legal/business issues. Stay abreast of and communicate to the organization all significant pending and actual decisions, legislation, and regulatory rulings that may affect the company in the area of commercial healthcare law. Closely coordinate risk assessment, investigation, training, and update activities with Company's Compliance personnel.

Qualifications: U.S. Juris Doctorate (J.D.) Degree. Active Law License in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. 10 + years combined experience in-house and with a national law firm. Experience in working with the pharmaceutical or biotech industry. Experience leading a team is preferred. Strong understanding of and experience with laws and regulations, legal and contractual principles, and intellectual property matters applicable to commercial activities of pharmaceutical companies within the United States. Familiarity with the broader legal issues facing pharmaceutical companies internationally. Knowledge of and proficiency with laws and regulations applicable to global pharmaceutical companies, including among other things, the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, US fraud and abuse and false claims laws, and PhRMA Code on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals. Solid understanding of business goals and legal and regulatory landscape. Strong interpersonal and oral and written communication skills. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written; ability to lead teams; ability to handle the heavy workload for multiple clients; team player with strong interpersonal skills. Able to innovate, analyze and solve problems with minimal supervisory input, anticipating and identifying legal and other business risks and making recommendations to management, as appropriate. High degree of personal, professional, and corporate ethics, integrity, and responsibility. Consistently shows initiative, and willing and able to take high levels of responsibility for complex initiatives. Shows flexibility and is open to change in a growing, multi-cultural environment. Team player, able to work well with others and communicate with cross-functional colleagues and senior leadership. Capable of strategic thinking and proposing innovative solutions to compliance-related challenges. Ability to build, manage and/or develop a high-performing team. Comfortable in a results-driven, highly accountable environment where you can make a clear impact; strong motivation and ability to champion a comprehensive compliance program that is integrated well with the company's business and culture. Collaborator who communicates in an open, clear, complete, timely, and consistent manner.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Director Corporate Counsel, Commercialization & Franchise Strategy

Chicago IL Director Corporate Counsel, Commercialization & Franchise Strategy Serve as primary legal support and trusted business partner for one or more brands and/or franchises and related business functions. This includes providing solutions-oriented legal advice and counsel on marketing, medical affairs, and regulatory strategies, promotional tactics and materials, direct-to-consumer advertising campaigns and programs, FDA labeling, healthcare fraud and abuse laws, anti-kickback statute and other laws impacting the commercialization of pharmaceutical products in the U.S. Proactively identify potential legal risks; conduct thorough and reasoned analysis of complex legal issues, advising stakeholders in a manner that provides practical legal advice while properly managing risk to the organization. Serve as a legal representative on promotional materials review committee and provide legal review of franchise training materials and corporate communications related to franchise topics. Serve as legal representative on medical affairs materials review committee and serve as the legal representative on other corporate, marketing, and medical affairs committees on an as-needed basis. Guide colleagues on appropriate relationships with healthcare professionals, patients, managed care entities, healthcare organizations and government officials and entities. Apply legal expertise, drafting, and negotiation skills to counsel and support franchise team(s) to effectively manage risks on contractual matters, including review and negotiation of legal agreements related to franchise projects and programs, commercial contracts, vendor agreements, service agreements, and consulting agreements. Create and deliver training and other presentations to business partners and other members of team on legal topics and other relevant subjects. Partner with Legal department colleagues in executing and enhancing corporate and department objectives. Keep informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends to identify any potentials impacts to the organization.

Qualifications: U.S. JD Degree; active law license in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. 7+ years of experience in-house or with a law firm, supporting clients in the biotech or pharmaceutical industry. Experience in working with the pharmaceutical or biotech industry is required. Experience advising clients on laws and regulations governing the pharmaceutical industry, including but not limited to FDA regulations, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidance, the PhRMA Code, HIPAA, and product liability laws. Demonstrated familiarity with the broader legal issues facing pharmaceutical companies internationally. Must be self-motivated, proactive, strategic, and exhibit excellent judgment. Legal analysis and advice are well-reasoned and accurate, potential legal and compliance issues are consistently identified, Corporate Counsel takes ownership and responsibility for legal issues that arise with the franchise(s) and function(s) he or she supports. Adept at understanding of the motivation and needs of others and effectively communicating with a diverse audience, including senior leaders, in a manner that generates confidence and support for proposals/recommendations. Ability to create and deliver effective oral presentations, train, and educate stakeholders and members of the department on legal topics and issues. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written; ability to handle heavy workload for multiple clients; team player with strong interpersonal skills. High degree of personal, professional and corporate ethics, integrity and responsibility. Demonstrated leadership abilities and behaviors.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Legal Counsel Ii, Employment

Chicago IL Legal Counsel II, Employment - Remote Duties: Provide practical legal counsel to Human Resources and interface with outside counsel with regard to day-to-day compensation and benefits issues, including: Stock plan, employee stock purchase plan, sales commission plans, and required public company disclosure issues. 401(k) plan (including fiduciary guidance to its retirement committee), health savings accounts and health and welfare programs. Development and updates of policies, plan documentation and communications relating to Ansys compensation and employee health and welfare plans and programs and related initiatives. Negotiation and documentation of employment, retention and separation agreements and restrictive covenants of varying complexity. Provide practical legal counsel to Human Resources and business units and interface with outside counsel with regard to day-to-day general employment law matters, including: Advise on harassment, discrimination, retaliation and other workplace investigations. Counsel internal clients on various employment matters, including reasonable accommodations, leaves of absence, fair pay, and wage and hour issues. Respond to claims and demand letters. Research and advise on legislative trends in harassment prevention and other areas. Work with Human Resources to enhance training programs. Provide thought leadership and support for diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives; and develop, revise and implement related policies and training solutions and stay atop of industry developments to help be best in class. Provide legal counsel and support with HR-related elements of strategic transactions / acquisitions, including: Due diligence, especially with regard to employee benefits, compensation plans and other qualified and non-qualified plan issues. Negotiation / drafting of employment-related reps and covenants in M&A deals. Interface with outside M&A and employment counsel on M&A transactions; and pre / post-close implementation.

Qualifications: JD degree from a U.S. accredited law school required. Member in good standing of at least one state Bar association. 3 7+ years experience in executive compensation and employee benefits subject areas, with preference given to executive compensation experience with a public company. 3 7+ years experience in risk mitigation related to key employee-life cycle events (hiring, retention and terminations). Some experience with M&A and corporate transactions. Preferred Qualifications: Mix of law firm and in-house experience strongly preferred. Ability to spot and analyze complex issues and devise practical strategies and solutions. Strong communication skills (oral and written), with both legal and non-legal professionals and comfort working in a role requiring utmost discretion and confidentiality. Strong drafting and negotiating skills. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple complex projects simultaneously. Is flexible and adaptable - demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced working environment and work diplomatically and tactfully with others. An inclusive individual who thrives in a team-oriented and collaborative environment.
Legal 3 - 7 Full-time 2021-09-17

Managing Counsel, Deposits (consumer & Small Business Banking Division)

Chicago IL Managing Counsel, Deposits (Consumer & Small Business Banking Division) The candidate will be managing and developing a team of consumer and small business deposit legal professionals supporting a large volume of work relating to product development, marketing, and maintenance; and responding to questions, concerns, and issues arising from consumer and small business deposit relationships. Will be developing partnerships and regularly collaborating with other Legal Department leaders and groups who interact with consumer and small business deposit products, including Legal sections supporting Branch Banking, Customer Service, Operations, Digital and Mobile Channels, Marketing, Chief Customer Office, Office of Consumer Practices, Privacy and Data, Consumer Protection, Regulatory, and Remediation, among others. Serving as subject matter expert for UDAAP/UDAP, fair banking, and fair lending matters in relation to consumer and small business deposit products. Significantly contributing to positive teambuilding and communication. Coordinating with their manager to ensure consistent and appropriate levels of client support, collaboration, escalation, and team member development throughout the entire Section.

The candidate should have Active State Bar membership. Must have 1+ years of leadership experience. Must have 10+ years of experience as a practicing attorney; or 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney and 2+ years of experience in one or a combination of the following areas: risk, compliance, contracts, government/regulatory, financial services, or technology. Business development experience including development and execution of business vision, strategies, and goals is desired. Leadership and management experience for team of attorneys and staff with a section or legal specialty including developing virtual staff and managing a budget is a plus. Substantial legal experience with consumer financial product development and marketing, including UDAAP/UDAP, fair banking, and fair lending considerations is desired. Leadership and management experience for a team of attorneys and staff with a section across multiple geographic locations is a plus. Prior in-house experience at a large financial firm or experience at a bank regulatory agency is preferred, but law firm experience also will be given consideration if desired. Experience working with regulatory agencies with responsibility for supervision of functions supported by the Section is preferred. Close Date 09/15/2021.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16

Associate General Counsel, Energy

Chicago IL Associate General Counsel, Energy The candidate will report to the Director and Associate General Counsel, Real Estate and work closely with the company's Energy Team, members of which are dispersed across the US. Will assist with the procurement of clean and renewable energy for the company's data centers. Given the geographic diversity of the data center portfolio, the energy suppliers include regulated and deregulated utilities, energy co-ops, and other energy suppliers. These supply arrangements range from basic to sleeved renewable supply arrangements, including through the development of new green tariffs. Work with the company's Energy, Environment and Site Selection Team and to secure the energy infrastructure necessary to support the company's data centers. This work would include drafting and negotiating agreements with utilities and energy transmission operators for the expansion of their infrastructure to serve the company's data center load. Provide in-house legal support for the company's monitoring and participation in proceedings before public utilities commissions that impact our energy supply and infrastructure arrangements, as well as other proceedings that impact the company's access to and costs for energy supply in a particular region such as rate cases, rulemakings, and integrated resource plans. Support the company's CaRE (Clean & Renewable Energy) Team with the procurement of green energy for data centers. This work would include the negotiation of virtual PPAs, REC purchase agreements, sleeved PPAs, and energy storage agreements among other things. Assist with other strategic initiatives that further the company's commitment to clean and renewable energy. Assist the company's Energy Team with operational issues relating to the large portfolio of energy related projects and contracts. Flag issues and seek guidance from other subject matter experts as needed (e.g., risk management, finance, tax, etc.). Hire, closely manage, and direct outside counsel. Should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 8+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience drafting and negotiating contracts is required. Experience structuring, drafting, and negotiating sleeved green energy supply arrangements and tariffs for industrial energy consumers (e.g., data center, manufacturing, and similar projects) is desired. Experience monitoring or participating in ratemaking and resource planning proceedings before public utilities commissions is an asset. Experience working at or with a technology company is a plus. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16
Locations (hold down ctrl to chose multiple): Primary Area of Practice:
All USA Locations
All Practice Areas
   
Minimum Years of Experience:  
 
 
Keyword:
 
Submit    Submit
 
 
 

Legal Expert
In-House,Confidential
Location : Chicago Illinois United States

As a Legal Expert on JustAnswer, you can work anywhere, anytime answering legal questions from your computer or smartphone. Help people with their questions that you choose in any field of law.No signup fees, no limit on cash earnings. Join the large... + read more

aug 29, 2021


Counsel, Regulatory
In-House,Uber Technologies, Inc.
Location : Chicago, IL, United States

Counsel, Regulatory Duties: Provide legal support to the Rides business in fast-paced, high-impact, and high-profile situations based on legal research and analysis of applicable state laws and regulations. Exciting, hands-on work tackling novel reg... + read more

sep 19, 2021


 1 2 3 4 5... 12 
 
Principal Corporate Counsel, Commercial Partner Ecosystem
Refer job# DVSV161921
 
Principal Corporate Counsel, Commercial Partner Ecosystem The candidate will act as the primary legal contact for assigned clients on a variety of legal, business and compliance initiatives intended to support the digital transformation of Firm's customers with and through partners. Will work closely with members of Firms commercial legal team based in our corporate headquarters and other subsidiary-based colleagues on partner-related efforts. Serve as an important contributor to clients and colleagues by providing actionable legal counsel on major partner transactions and negotiations grounded with in-depth understanding of the issues. Identifies and anticipates legal risks in the client's business and develops practical solutions to mitigate future risk along with scaled guidance that captures repeatable issues. Manages day to day interactions with outside counsel or other service providers to address and resolve issues. Resolve project-specific issues by interacting with business clients, colleagues and outside counsel. Structures, drafts, and negotiates transactional documents, program launches and campaigns (e.g., standard agreements ). Conducts, reviews, interprets and analyzes legal information. cultivates an understanding of legal principles within primary legal practice and a basic understanding of legal principles outside primary area. Identifies and engages appropriate stakeholders in CELA and business to escalate issues. Train internal business clients on legal, privacy, competition and other compliance issues that may arise in the provision of servicing our partner ecosystem. Actively participates in legal, work, or industry associations (e.g., presenting at meetings, conferences, hearings, consultations, assisting in planning or preparing presentations). contributes to external outreach initiatives and recruiting. Develops positive relationships with external legal professionals, customers, or partners in an effort to protect and advocate Firms interests. Engages with legal and other business colleagues (e.g. business desk, finance, tax and trade, compliance) to identify and share best practices. Provides continuous feedback and contributes to the improvement of project operational efficiencies. provides recommendations to improve efficiencies within work groups and for the delivery of legal services to clients. Manages project work expenses according to budget and proposes efficiencies. Collaborates effectively within work group and across CELA functions on client issues. Organizes and simplifies issues and ideas in written and verbal communication.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate or equivalent higher degree in law with excellent academic credentials. Must have active license to practice law in a jurisdiction and capable of meeting admission requirements in relevant jurisdiction. Must have 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Must be well-versed in offering general legal, commercial and strategic advice with particular familiarity with cloud, software licensing and/or services contracts. Working knowledge of Firms Outlook, Word and PowerPoint is essential.3+ years of experience as a transactional attorney in-house and/or at a law firm dealing with sophisticated technology agreements is preferred. In-house counsel experience is desired. Experience in negotiating information technology agreements is highly desirable. Familiarity with relevant legal issues such as intellectual property, data protection privacy law, competition law and imminent legislation is highly desirable. Experience in dealing with regulatory issues pertaining to software and cloud services in industries such as banking & financial services, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, etc. is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Litigation Counsel
Refer job# QEGO161948
 
Litigation Counsel The candidate will manage a broad portfolio of litigation and pre-litigation matters in multiple practice areas and in all jurisdictions in which operates. Will take a hands-on approach to all facets of litigation, including responding to subpoenas and discovery requests, drafting and revising legal briefs, interviewing witnesses, preparing witnesses for testimony, and negotiating and drafting settlements. Manage all aspects of outside counsel relationships, including staffing, litigation strategy, work product, and budgets. Advise collaborators to address and resolve potential disputes to support our goals. Create scalable processes to help support a growing business.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Must have 4+ years of broad litigation experience at a law firm or in-house, handling complex commercial litigation, including class action litigation, alternative dispute resolution and pre-litigation disputes. Must be familiar with e-discovery issues, including document retention procedures; collection, review, and production of documents; and third-party subpoena compliance. Prior in-house experience at a technology or sharing economy company is a plus. Experience with antitrust law, employment law, intellectual property or consumer class actions is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Technology Transactions
Refer job# WGFL161951
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Technology Transactions The candidate will drive valuable technology transactions, which will include negotiation with customers and drafting of subscription, data processing, and professional services agreements, assignments, amendments, and add-on transactions. Provide proactive strategic advice and guidance to internal teams regarding business and legal issues and risks. Assist in implementing legal efficiencies to support the customer base business unit and improve our contract processes and operations in that segment. Help build and improve contract templates and negotiation playbooks and provide internal training to sales, sales operations, contract operations, and the broader GTM legal team on how we can create a frictionless customer contract experience. Should have a J.D. Degree and membership in at least one state bar in good standing. Must have 7+ years of law firm and/or in-house legal experience, with 3+ years focused on negotiation and management of high-value technology transactions. Experience with SaaS, web technologies, cloud technologies/platforms, the mobile space, cloud computing, enterprise software and/or social network environment is required. Outstanding written and oral communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with legal and non-legal audiences at all levels of the organization is essential. Must have excellent contract negotiation and drafting skills, comfortable and adept at teaming with sales leadership in fast-paced customer-facing transactions. The ability to work independently and balance a large volume of transactions and projects simultaneously under pressure is needed. Have attention to detail, willingness to roll up their sleeves to get into the details and drive creative solutions but the ability to think on the fly and drive efficient deal process and fast decision making. Must have demonstrated exceptional judgment and integrity with the ability to think strategically and give practical advice appropriately weighing legal and business objectives. Have strong leadership ability, including outstanding influence and communication skills. Have superior business judgment and the ability to address complex opportunities and issues in creative and effective ways, always with the customer in mind. Have a high level of integrity, professionalism, curiosity, humility, and willingness to grow. Great teammate with a sense of humor.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Securities Services / Institutional Trust and Custody Attorney
Refer job# DZJA161958
 
Securities Services / Institutional Trust and Custody Attorney Duties: Supports the Bank's Institutional Trust & Custody business. Interacts with sales, relationship, administration, operations, risk, and compliance staff; external customers; and external customers legal counsel. Negotiates complicated service contracts. Supports account onboarding and administration. Monitors the evolving regulatory and litigation environment and advises on complying with regulatory expectations and minimizing litigation risk. Advises on risk-control procedures and template service contracts. Contributes legal expertise to product development and novel account-investment transactions Supports responses to internal and external audits and administrative reviews, regulators exams, demands, litigation, regulatory action, and customer bankruptcy. Educates bank personnel about relevant legal topics. Manages outside legal counsel.

Basic Qualifications: Law Degree. Licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate State Bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority. 5+ years of the in-house legal department or law firm experience advising financial institutions. Preferred Qualifications: Experience advising trustees, custodial banks, investment advisers, brokers, or insurance companies on investment ownership, registration, and administration. Expertise preferred in one or more of the following areas of law: fiduciary (OCC Reg. 9 and state trust law); insurance (state reinsurance and statutory-deposits regulation); securities (investment types, trading, settlement, 40 Act exemptions, Exchange Act Rule 15c3-3); Uniform Commercial Code (Article 9). Strong analytical skills. Ability to work independently. Comfort with and interest in working on a variety of legal matters. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills. Strong commitment to client service.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy Data Life Cycle
Refer job# QCWB161960
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy Data Life Cycle The candidate will work closely with product, engineering, policy, operations, and business teams, as well as other legal department subgroups, and will require application of a complex, evolving legal framework to new and innovative products and services and to core infrastructure initiatives. Advise teams across the company on legal matters that implicate the way that handles user data throughout the life cycle. Serve as subject matter expert to support business and other legal teams regarding global privacy laws and other obligations that implicate data life cycle management, including CCPA, GDPR, and LGPD. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across company's business, policy, legal, communications, security, and other departments. Work closely with privacy counsel, product counsel, and product teams to guide privacy-forward product development and evaluate the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions. Should have J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state bar. Must have 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience working with product or technology teams is required. Should have business judgment and client counseling experience. Should preferably have Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially including those relevant for social media, ad tech and Internet companies. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment is desired. Experience with, understanding of, and enthusiasm towards innovative technologies, including those related to privacy and data security is preferred. Should preferably have Product or Technology experience and the capability to understand product development concepts to aid with issue spotting.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Executive Director, Lead Franchise Counsel - Hematology / Oncology
Refer job# EMKI161965
 
Executive Director, Lead Franchise Counsel - Hematology / Oncology Duties: Provide strategic, operational, and tactical legal and business insight on the regulatory approval and commercialization of hematology/oncology products including the launch of the Company's product candidates in North America. Provide legal advice and counsel related to the development of regulatory and business strategies related to the development and commercialization of the Company's product candidates and marketed products. Review and advise on strategies, programs, initiatives, contracts, policies, and training related to sales, marketing, medical, and other non-promotional education and scientific exchange. Review and advise on promotional materials, field training materials, product, and disease-related communications, and health economics materials; Serve as a subject matter expert in the areas of US healthcare law and all applicable pharmaceutical marketing, anti-kickback, privacy, fraud and abuse, anti-bribery, Sunshine Act and product liability statutes and regulations. Identify training needs within the organization; develop and present training sessions on relevant laws and legal/business issues. Stay abreast of and communicate to the organization all significant pending and actual decisions, legislation, and regulatory rulings that may affect the company in the area of commercial healthcare law. Closely coordinate risk assessment, investigation, training, and update activities with Company's Compliance personnel.

Qualifications: U.S. Juris Doctorate (J.D.) Degree. Active Law License in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. 10 + years combined experience in-house and with a national law firm. Experience in working with the pharmaceutical or biotech industry. Experience leading a team is preferred. Strong understanding of and experience with laws and regulations, legal and contractual principles, and intellectual property matters applicable to commercial activities of pharmaceutical companies within the United States. Familiarity with the broader legal issues facing pharmaceutical companies internationally. Knowledge of and proficiency with laws and regulations applicable to global pharmaceutical companies, including among other things, the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, US fraud and abuse and false claims laws, and PhRMA Code on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals. Solid understanding of business goals and legal and regulatory landscape. Strong interpersonal and oral and written communication skills. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written; ability to lead teams; ability to handle the heavy workload for multiple clients; team player with strong interpersonal skills. Able to innovate, analyze and solve problems with minimal supervisory input, anticipating and identifying legal and other business risks and making recommendations to management, as appropriate. High degree of personal, professional, and corporate ethics, integrity, and responsibility. Consistently shows initiative, and willing and able to take high levels of responsibility for complex initiatives. Shows flexibility and is open to change in a growing, multi-cultural environment. Team player, able to work well with others and communicate with cross-functional colleagues and senior leadership. Capable of strategic thinking and proposing innovative solutions to compliance-related challenges. Ability to build, manage and/or develop a high-performing team. Comfortable in a results-driven, highly accountable environment where you can make a clear impact; strong motivation and ability to champion a comprehensive compliance program that is integrated well with the company's business and culture. Collaborator who communicates in an open, clear, complete, timely, and consistent manner.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Director Corporate Counsel, Commercialization & Franchise Strategy
Refer job# XOMZ161970
 
Director Corporate Counsel, Commercialization & Franchise Strategy Serve as primary legal support and trusted business partner for one or more brands and/or franchises and related business functions. This includes providing solutions-oriented legal advice and counsel on marketing, medical affairs, and regulatory strategies, promotional tactics and materials, direct-to-consumer advertising campaigns and programs, FDA labeling, healthcare fraud and abuse laws, anti-kickback statute and other laws impacting the commercialization of pharmaceutical products in the U.S. Proactively identify potential legal risks; conduct thorough and reasoned analysis of complex legal issues, advising stakeholders in a manner that provides practical legal advice while properly managing risk to the organization. Serve as a legal representative on promotional materials review committee and provide legal review of franchise training materials and corporate communications related to franchise topics. Serve as legal representative on medical affairs materials review committee and serve as the legal representative on other corporate, marketing, and medical affairs committees on an as-needed basis. Guide colleagues on appropriate relationships with healthcare professionals, patients, managed care entities, healthcare organizations and government officials and entities. Apply legal expertise, drafting, and negotiation skills to counsel and support franchise team(s) to effectively manage risks on contractual matters, including review and negotiation of legal agreements related to franchise projects and programs, commercial contracts, vendor agreements, service agreements, and consulting agreements. Create and deliver training and other presentations to business partners and other members of team on legal topics and other relevant subjects. Partner with Legal department colleagues in executing and enhancing corporate and department objectives. Keep informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends to identify any potentials impacts to the organization.

Qualifications: U.S. JD Degree; active law license in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. 7+ years of experience in-house or with a law firm, supporting clients in the biotech or pharmaceutical industry. Experience in working with the pharmaceutical or biotech industry is required. Experience advising clients on laws and regulations governing the pharmaceutical industry, including but not limited to FDA regulations, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidance, the PhRMA Code, HIPAA, and product liability laws. Demonstrated familiarity with the broader legal issues facing pharmaceutical companies internationally. Must be self-motivated, proactive, strategic, and exhibit excellent judgment. Legal analysis and advice are well-reasoned and accurate, potential legal and compliance issues are consistently identified, Corporate Counsel takes ownership and responsibility for legal issues that arise with the franchise(s) and function(s) he or she supports. Adept at understanding of the motivation and needs of others and effectively communicating with a diverse audience, including senior leaders, in a manner that generates confidence and support for proposals/recommendations. Ability to create and deliver effective oral presentations, train, and educate stakeholders and members of the department on legal topics and issues. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written; ability to handle heavy workload for multiple clients; team player with strong interpersonal skills. High degree of personal, professional and corporate ethics, integrity and responsibility. Demonstrated leadership abilities and behaviors.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal Counsel Ii, Employment
Refer job# TGTK161897
 
Legal Counsel II, Employment - Remote Duties: Provide practical legal counsel to Human Resources and interface with outside counsel with regard to day-to-day compensation and benefits issues, including: Stock plan, employee stock purchase plan, sales commission plans, and required public company disclosure issues. 401(k) plan (including fiduciary guidance to its retirement committee), health savings accounts and health and welfare programs. Development and updates of policies, plan documentation and communications relating to Ansys compensation and employee health and welfare plans and programs and related initiatives. Negotiation and documentation of employment, retention and separation agreements and restrictive covenants of varying complexity. Provide practical legal counsel to Human Resources and business units and interface with outside counsel with regard to day-to-day general employment law matters, including: Advise on harassment, discrimination, retaliation and other workplace investigations. Counsel internal clients on various employment matters, including reasonable accommodations, leaves of absence, fair pay, and wage and hour issues. Respond to claims and demand letters. Research and advise on legislative trends in harassment prevention and other areas. Work with Human Resources to enhance training programs. Provide thought leadership and support for diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives; and develop, revise and implement related policies and training solutions and stay atop of industry developments to help be best in class. Provide legal counsel and support with HR-related elements of strategic transactions / acquisitions, including: Due diligence, especially with regard to employee benefits, compensation plans and other qualified and non-qualified plan issues. Negotiation / drafting of employment-related reps and covenants in M&A deals. Interface with outside M&A and employment counsel on M&A transactions; and pre / post-close implementation.

Qualifications: JD degree from a U.S. accredited law school required. Member in good standing of at least one state Bar association. 3 7+ years experience in executive compensation and employee benefits subject areas, with preference given to executive compensation experience with a public company. 3 7+ years experience in risk mitigation related to key employee-life cycle events (hiring, retention and terminations). Some experience with M&A and corporate transactions. Preferred Qualifications: Mix of law firm and in-house experience strongly preferred. Ability to spot and analyze complex issues and devise practical strategies and solutions. Strong communication skills (oral and written), with both legal and non-legal professionals and comfort working in a role requiring utmost discretion and confidentiality. Strong drafting and negotiating skills. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple complex projects simultaneously. Is flexible and adaptable - demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced working environment and work diplomatically and tactfully with others. An inclusive individual who thrives in a team-oriented and collaborative environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Managing Counsel, Deposits (consumer & Small Business Banking Division)
Refer job# UGEH161827
 
Managing Counsel, Deposits (Consumer & Small Business Banking Division) The candidate will be managing and developing a team of consumer and small business deposit legal professionals supporting a large volume of work relating to product development, marketing, and maintenance; and responding to questions, concerns, and issues arising from consumer and small business deposit relationships. Will be developing partnerships and regularly collaborating with other Legal Department leaders and groups who interact with consumer and small business deposit products, including Legal sections supporting Branch Banking, Customer Service, Operations, Digital and Mobile Channels, Marketing, Chief Customer Office, Office of Consumer Practices, Privacy and Data, Consumer Protection, Regulatory, and Remediation, among others. Serving as subject matter expert for UDAAP/UDAP, fair banking, and fair lending matters in relation to consumer and small business deposit products. Significantly contributing to positive teambuilding and communication. Coordinating with their manager to ensure consistent and appropriate levels of client support, collaboration, escalation, and team member development throughout the entire Section.

The candidate should have Active State Bar membership. Must have 1+ years of leadership experience. Must have 10+ years of experience as a practicing attorney; or 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney and 2+ years of experience in one or a combination of the following areas: risk, compliance, contracts, government/regulatory, financial services, or technology. Business development experience including development and execution of business vision, strategies, and goals is desired. Leadership and management experience for team of attorneys and staff with a section or legal specialty including developing virtual staff and managing a budget is a plus. Substantial legal experience with consumer financial product development and marketing, including UDAAP/UDAP, fair banking, and fair lending considerations is desired. Leadership and management experience for a team of attorneys and staff with a section across multiple geographic locations is a plus. Prior in-house experience at a large financial firm or experience at a bank regulatory agency is preferred, but law firm experience also will be given consideration if desired. Experience working with regulatory agencies with responsibility for supervision of functions supported by the Section is preferred. Close Date 09/15/2021.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate General Counsel, Energy
Refer job# ZKXW161835
 
Associate General Counsel, Energy The candidate will report to the Director and Associate General Counsel, Real Estate and work closely with the company's Energy Team, members of which are dispersed across the US. Will assist with the procurement of clean and renewable energy for the company's data centers. Given the geographic diversity of the data center portfolio, the energy suppliers include regulated and deregulated utilities, energy co-ops, and other energy suppliers. These supply arrangements range from basic to sleeved renewable supply arrangements, including through the development of new green tariffs. Work with the company's Energy, Environment and Site Selection Team and to secure the energy infrastructure necessary to support the company's data centers. This work would include drafting and negotiating agreements with utilities and energy transmission operators for the expansion of their infrastructure to serve the company's data center load. Provide in-house legal support for the company's monitoring and participation in proceedings before public utilities commissions that impact our energy supply and infrastructure arrangements, as well as other proceedings that impact the company's access to and costs for energy supply in a particular region such as rate cases, rulemakings, and integrated resource plans. Support the company's CaRE (Clean & Renewable Energy) Team with the procurement of green energy for data centers. This work would include the negotiation of virtual PPAs, REC purchase agreements, sleeved PPAs, and energy storage agreements among other things. Assist with other strategic initiatives that further the company's commitment to clean and renewable energy. Assist the company's Energy Team with operational issues relating to the large portfolio of energy related projects and contracts. Flag issues and seek guidance from other subject matter experts as needed (e.g., risk management, finance, tax, etc.). Hire, closely manage, and direct outside counsel. Should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 8+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience drafting and negotiating contracts is required. Experience structuring, drafting, and negotiating sleeved green energy supply arrangements and tariffs for industrial energy consumers (e.g., data center, manufacturing, and similar projects) is desired. Experience monitoring or participating in ratemaking and resource planning proceedings before public utilities commissions is an asset. Experience working at or with a technology company is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

Jobs From BCG Attorney Search

Location: USA-AZ-Phoenix

Phoenix office of a **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Top Ranked Law Firm seeks executive compensation associate attorney with 3-5 years of the tax, securities, corporate and employment law experience n...


Location: USA-AZ-Phoenix

Phoenix office of a **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Top Ranked Law Firm seeks capital markets/commercial lending associate attorney with 3+ years of experience in securitization or structured finance....


Location: USA-CA-Concord

Concord office of a **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Top Ranked Law Firm seeks senior counsel with 5 years of civil defense experience. The candidate must preferably have a book of business and/or expe...


 

Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss it, you will land among the stars.