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Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property

Linthicum MD Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Collaborating with and advising law department colleagues, business partners, and management on a wide range of complex IP issues. Applying expertise in government contract IP matters, commercial transactions, IP licensing, managing patent and trademark portfolios, and managing IP enforcement actions, including managing outside counsel. Leading development and implementation of IP strategy in priority areas. Develop an understanding of the Company and Sector's business and technology strategies, with deeper knowledge in key technology areas.

Basic Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree and Bachelor's Degree in a relevant scientific field. Active State Bar Membership and registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 7+ years IP experience in a law firm, government, or as in-house counsel. Experience in intellectual property-related transactions and negotiations, and/or protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights including patents, trade secrets, data, software, trademarks, and copyrights. Active U.S. Security Clearance or ability to obtain one. Highly motivated individual with strong analytical skills, strategic thinking, judgment, sense of accountability, integrity, and a record of managing complex intellectual property matters. Ability to provide accurate, timely, and pragmatic advice. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work in a collaborative and inclusive environment, with the ability to engage and motivate others through thought leadership. Strong time-management and organizational skills, responsiveness, and a demonstrated ability to balance multiple competing priorities. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience with U.S. government contract intellectual property regulations (FAR and DFARS) and complex issues relating to technical data and computer software. Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions. Experience developing and managing global intellectual property portfolios.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-23

Associate Senior Counsel, Real Estate, Business & International

Baltimore MD Associate Senior Counsel, Real Estate, Business & International Duties: Negotiate, draft and review a wide variety of real estate, construction and facilities agreements including real estate leases, easements, deeds, real estate purchase and sale agreements, rights of way, letters of intent, architectural agreements, construction agreements, facility services agreements, facilities consulting agreements and other similar real estate, construction and facilities agreements. Occasional review of joint venture agreements, management and name licensing agreements, bond documents and other financing instruments. Assist on international compliance and due diligence reviews. Coordinate domestic due diligence activities in connection with real estate and other types of mergers, acquisitions and affiliations.

Qualifications: A JD Degree from an accredited law school. Continuing legal education involving legal seminars, review and study of legal periodicals and review of judicial decisions and legislative enactments and pronouncements. Member in good standing of the Maryland Bar. 5+ years of experience at the Bar, 8 years preferable. In-depth knowledge in the areas of real estate, construction, facilities, commercial law, corporate organization and governance. Familiarity with health care law as it relates to real estate. Requires a professional level of knowledge of legal practices and procedures. In-depth knowledge of federal, state, and local statutes and regulations which affect the assigned practice group for a health care provider; understanding of confidentiality laws also is preferred. Highly developed analytical legal skills and drafting skills. Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing in an effective and appropriate manner in a variety of situations, demonstrated interpersonal skills, and ability to effectively advise and interact with internal clients at all levels of the organization. Ability to manage effectively a very high volume of work. Ability to give clear direction and oversight to support staff. Ability to draft documentation of substantial complexity. Ability and willingness to learn new areas of the law.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-22

Government Contracts Attorney

Baltimore MD Government Contracts Attorney The candidate will advise and provide solutions to internal business clients servicing Federal industry-based clients on issues relating to the pursuit and performance of federal government contracts, including with respect to federal procurement law and regulation, cost accounting standards, federal facility and personnel clearance matters, cybersecurity, and other compliance requirements for federal government contractors. Will structure, review and negotiate complex government and commercial agreements including government subcontracts and vendor agreements, teaming agreements, and other federal practice-related business agreements as necessary. Provide sophisticated strategic advice to the internal business clients and leadership on nuanced and complex issues, including with respect to implementing policies and procedures to minimize enterprise risk, particularly those associated with the government contracting practice. Proactively identify and resolve government contracting regulatory and compliance issues, including responding to government audits and investigations. Collaborate with various subject matter experts and other legal specialists within the firm to support matters impacting the business, including with respect to intellectual property, cybersecurity, talent, and ethics. Efficiently manage government contract disputes and litigation, including the proactive supervision of outside counsel, with the goal of expeditious and economical resolution of bid protests, equitable adjustments and claims, lawsuits and regulatory matters, and conducting internal investigations. Support the GPS federal practice's contract practice's operating and compliance programs, including by preparing and conducting training on government contracting and compliance topics.

The candidate should be an active member of a US State or Commonwealth Bar. Must have 3-5 years of experience as a practicing attorney, preferably in a leading law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should also have 3+ years of federal government contract law experience. Should have experience handling federal government contracts and grants matters, including negotiating/drafting subcontracts and prime contracts, FAR/DFARS compliance, audits/investigations, government contracts supply chain, cyber and/or IP issues, and disputes/claims. Experience with delivery and implementation of technology (including software, SaaS, AI/ML, and other solutions) for federal government customers is a plus. Experience with an independent public accounting or professional services firm setting is helpful. Working knowledge of federal contract types and contacting principles, laws, Executive Orders, regulations and procedures applicable to pre-award and post-award actions (including the FAR, DFARS, and GSA regulations) is required. Working knowledge of federal cybersecurity requirements, including NIST and FedRAMP, and federal supply chain compliance requirements is needed. Familiarity with the management of GSA offerings, compliance processes, price management and the financial reporting process is a plus.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2021-09-20

Principal Corporate Counsel, Commercial Partner Ecosystem

Baltimore MD 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

Principal Corporate Counsel, Commercial Partner Ecosystem

Columbia MD 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

Senior Counsel - Corporate, Securities and Finance

Baltimore MD Senior Counsel - Corporate, Securities and Finance The candidate will lead corporate governance, securities, and financial management activities. Will work closely with senior executives across the organization and also the Board of Directors. Report to the Associate General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, and work closely with the Executive Vice President, Chief Corporate Development Officer, and Chief Legal Officer. Lead the company's efforts to ensure compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations, including the '33 and '34 Acts. Lead/co-lead the company's efforts to prepare necessary materials relating to all public filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs 8-Ks, and Registration Statements. Develop a strategy to ensure the success and seamless operation of Board and Committee meetings, including drafting resolutions and minutes. Develop company strategy and provide legal counsel on corporate governance matters. Responsible for execution and disclosure of the Director's compensation program, including Form 3 and 4 filings. Responsible for proper disclosure of ongoing Executive Compensation-related matters, including Section 16 filings. Ensure maintenance of corporate governance records for parent and subsidiaries, including supervising the ongoing administration of domestic and foreign subsidiaries. Guide legal due diligence for all corporate finance transactions, including scope and execution of diligence plan, leading company management calls, and engage teams of specialists and outside counsel. Develop strategy and execute the company's plans to establish and qualify both domestic and foreign subsidiary companies. Provide legal counsel on securities law issues, including with regard to corporate insider trading policy and Regulation FD. Support the Managing Director, M&A, and Ventures and Senior Counsel - M&A and Ventures with respect to M&A activities and strategic transactions, including HSR filings. Work with finance and treasury group, including with regard to credit facilities. Work with tax group, including with regard to reorganization transactions. Provide legal counsel on a broad range of corporate legal matters as necessary. Must have 6-12 years of experience in securities, corporate, finance, and transactional work at a nationally accredited law firm and/or in-house. Experience working within the technology sector or for a technology company is a plus. Legal 6 - 12 Full-time 2021-09-16

Assistant General Counsel, Technology And Data Privacy

Bethesda MD Assistant General Counsel, Technology and Data Privacy Responsibilities: Lead negotiations for complex technology related contracts and agreements including SaaS, software licensing and confidentiality. Execute on the Company's data licensing framework and strategy alongside our Business Development and IT Groups. Review and advise on domestic data privacy issues. Ensure business teams are viewing the implications of contracts from an end-to-end perspective. Balance business and contract goals against legal, business, policy and reputational risks. Must be able to defend positions and views to business team members as well as counterparties. Coordinate with other in-house counsel on issues and be able to work cooperatively as one member of a larger team. Researches and analyzes relevant statutes, regulations, recorded judicial decisions, and legal articles. Prepares and negotiates legal documents and positions, often in coordination with employees. Manages external legal relationships with vendors, adverse parties, and other stakeholders. Works with other members of the Legal team and executives to predict the needs of and support strategic initiatives. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 5+ years of legal experience, preferably in a corporate environment. Experience in the data licensing and privacy space Excellent attention to detail, judgment, flexibility, and dependability. Strong business sense and ability to cooperate with business stakeholders. Ability to prioritize work and find solutions to problems while prioritizing and managing deadlines. Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment. Interest in or experience with real estate finance and/or corporate legal operations. High level of interpersonal skills and maturity to handle sensitive and confidential information; position continually requires poise, tact, diplomacy, and initiative. Ability to work as a part of a team while providing a strong individual contribution. Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Familiarity with contact management systems (e.g., Outlook, Salesforce and Box). Ability to show ownership of work, take on challenges, acknowledge growth opportunities, and demonstrate patience when learning new processes. Courtesy, respect, and thoughtfulness in teaming with colleagues and other stakeholders.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16

Corporate Transactional Attorney

Cockeysville MD Corporate Transactional Attorney The candidate will draft, analyze and negotiate carriage and distribution agreements for the company's networks and channels to MVPDs, vMVPDs and other distributors. Provide counsel on legal issues related to distribution relationships, including MFN analysis and compliance. Work on license agreements for basic programming services, broadcast networks and local broadcast stations. Provide legal support and advice regarding distribution, as well as, participate in additional legal department initiatives. Maintain a clear understanding of various rights issues related to the dissemination of content over multiple distribution platforms, including both traditional and emerging media distribution platforms. Work independently and manage deals with minimal supervision while adhering to Company policies.

The candidate should have Law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 4+ years experience working as an attorney at a television network, MVPD or law firm focusing on distribution and carriage agreements. Should have exposure to and an understanding of matters relating to television and motion picture content distribution. Experience drafting complex content distribution agreements for both linear and on-demand platforms is preferred. Should have the ability to work independently or under limited supervision, be self-motivated, with outstanding interpersonal skills, and ability to communicate complex concepts and issues effectively with colleagues, counterparts and management at all levels.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-13

Litigation Attorney

Bethesda MD Litigation Attorney Duties: Assist Managing Attorney with managing the litigation dockets for portfolio accounts in UT, SD, NY, FL, and CA. Litigate assigned cases in MD, UT, SD, NY, FL, and CA. Assist the Litigation Attorney with managing the MD docket for Rapid-originated accounts. Under guidance of Managing Attorney, supervises, professionally develops, and trains the Litigation Attorney(s). Under guidance of Managing Attorney, collaborates with Managing Paralegal (or Senior Paralegal) on developing, implementing, and managing litigation processes, team member assignments, and special projects. Collaborates with Managing Paralegal to ensure the daily, weekly, and monthly production for recoveries is completed on target. Review and respond to litigation-related inquiries. Draft various litigation agreements and document templates. Assisting with the preparation of court pleadings, filings and correspondence. Representing the organization as counsel of record in civil collection cases; attending status and motion hearings as needed; responding to attorney correspondence; gathering and exchanging required information in preparation for legal proceedings. Analyzing complex financial information. Assisting with legal research. Monitoring ongoing payment arrangements. Documenting merchant account with accurate description of conversations with customers, their representatives or counsel, or other related persons that references customer account. Taking on other work as needed.

Qualifications: Admitted to practice in the state of Maryland, are considered active, and are in good standing. 2-5 years of litigation experience. Prior experience with motion practice, discovery dispute, and trial preparation. A professional appearance and a professional and articulate phone demeanor. Knowledge of or are capable of quickly learning how to use MS Outlook, Work, and Excel as well as office equipment such as a scanner, fax, and copy machine. Comfortable taking direction from others and working in a team environment .
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2021-09-13

Corporate Counsel, Labor and Employment

Bethesda MD Corporate Counsel, Labor, and Employment Duties: Provides legal advice, counsel, and support to key partners in Human Resources on a broad range of employment legal matters. Supports Talent Acquisition, Learning & Development, Operations, and other cross-functional stakeholders. Coordinates and manages employment-related projects, including process reviews, new policy rollouts, and implementations. Monitors legislation, regulations, case law, and government enforcement activities relating to the above substantive legal areas, and provides proactive, strategic advice to HR and relevant stakeholders. Designs and implements new policies, and drafts & maintains employment-related documents. Participates in the creation and delivery of training related to employment matters, such as Anti-harassment training, FMLA, Anti-discrimination training, ADA, etc. Leads privileged internal audits, investigations, and policy & process reviews.

Qualifications: Requires a bachelor's degree and Juris Doctorate; must be a member in good standing at one or more state bar associations. 4+ years of experience in employment law; experience in Labor law is a plus. Law firm and/or in-house legal department experience. Experience with federal and state employment laws and advising & counseling clients on such laws. Requires superior organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple high-priority major legal projects simultaneously. Requires experience and comfort interacting with management. Sound judgment, strong negotiating capability, decision making, deductive reasoning, interpersonal skills, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. Proficiency in legal research, and a strong knowledge of legal research-related tools. Experience interacting with executive levels and ability to work without supervision. Excellent drafting and communications skills oral, written, editorial skills and attention to detail. Ability to travel as needed.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-11
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Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# RBKB162159
 
Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Collaborating with and advising law department colleagues, business partners, and management on a wide range of complex IP issues. Applying expertise in government contract IP matters, commercial transactions, IP licensing, managing patent and trademark portfolios, and managing IP enforcement actions, including managing outside counsel. Leading development and implementation of IP strategy in priority areas. Develop an understanding of the Company and Sector's business and technology strategies, with deeper knowledge in key technology areas.

Basic Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree and Bachelor's Degree in a relevant scientific field. Active State Bar Membership and registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 7+ years IP experience in a law firm, government, or as in-house counsel. Experience in intellectual property-related transactions and negotiations, and/or protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights including patents, trade secrets, data, software, trademarks, and copyrights. Active U.S. Security Clearance or ability to obtain one. Highly motivated individual with strong analytical skills, strategic thinking, judgment, sense of accountability, integrity, and a record of managing complex intellectual property matters. Ability to provide accurate, timely, and pragmatic advice. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work in a collaborative and inclusive environment, with the ability to engage and motivate others through thought leadership. Strong time-management and organizational skills, responsiveness, and a demonstrated ability to balance multiple competing priorities. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience with U.S. government contract intellectual property regulations (FAR and DFARS) and complex issues relating to technical data and computer software. Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions. Experience developing and managing global intellectual property portfolios.
 
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Associate Senior Counsel, Real Estate, Business & International
Refer job# LANH162086
 
Associate Senior Counsel, Real Estate, Business & International Duties: Negotiate, draft and review a wide variety of real estate, construction and facilities agreements including real estate leases, easements, deeds, real estate purchase and sale agreements, rights of way, letters of intent, architectural agreements, construction agreements, facility services agreements, facilities consulting agreements and other similar real estate, construction and facilities agreements. Occasional review of joint venture agreements, management and name licensing agreements, bond documents and other financing instruments. Assist on international compliance and due diligence reviews. Coordinate domestic due diligence activities in connection with real estate and other types of mergers, acquisitions and affiliations.

Qualifications: A JD Degree from an accredited law school. Continuing legal education involving legal seminars, review and study of legal periodicals and review of judicial decisions and legislative enactments and pronouncements. Member in good standing of the Maryland Bar. 5+ years of experience at the Bar, 8 years preferable. In-depth knowledge in the areas of real estate, construction, facilities, commercial law, corporate organization and governance. Familiarity with health care law as it relates to real estate. Requires a professional level of knowledge of legal practices and procedures. In-depth knowledge of federal, state, and local statutes and regulations which affect the assigned practice group for a health care provider; understanding of confidentiality laws also is preferred. Highly developed analytical legal skills and drafting skills. Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing in an effective and appropriate manner in a variety of situations, demonstrated interpersonal skills, and ability to effectively advise and interact with internal clients at all levels of the organization. Ability to manage effectively a very high volume of work. Ability to give clear direction and oversight to support staff. Ability to draft documentation of substantial complexity. Ability and willingness to learn new areas of the law.
 
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Government Contracts Attorney
Refer job# KACG162040
 
Government Contracts Attorney The candidate will advise and provide solutions to internal business clients servicing Federal industry-based clients on issues relating to the pursuit and performance of federal government contracts, including with respect to federal procurement law and regulation, cost accounting standards, federal facility and personnel clearance matters, cybersecurity, and other compliance requirements for federal government contractors. Will structure, review and negotiate complex government and commercial agreements including government subcontracts and vendor agreements, teaming agreements, and other federal practice-related business agreements as necessary. Provide sophisticated strategic advice to the internal business clients and leadership on nuanced and complex issues, including with respect to implementing policies and procedures to minimize enterprise risk, particularly those associated with the government contracting practice. Proactively identify and resolve government contracting regulatory and compliance issues, including responding to government audits and investigations. Collaborate with various subject matter experts and other legal specialists within the firm to support matters impacting the business, including with respect to intellectual property, cybersecurity, talent, and ethics. Efficiently manage government contract disputes and litigation, including the proactive supervision of outside counsel, with the goal of expeditious and economical resolution of bid protests, equitable adjustments and claims, lawsuits and regulatory matters, and conducting internal investigations. Support the GPS federal practice's contract practice's operating and compliance programs, including by preparing and conducting training on government contracting and compliance topics.

The candidate should be an active member of a US State or Commonwealth Bar. Must have 3-5 years of experience as a practicing attorney, preferably in a leading law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should also have 3+ years of federal government contract law experience. Should have experience handling federal government contracts and grants matters, including negotiating/drafting subcontracts and prime contracts, FAR/DFARS compliance, audits/investigations, government contracts supply chain, cyber and/or IP issues, and disputes/claims. Experience with delivery and implementation of technology (including software, SaaS, AI/ML, and other solutions) for federal government customers is a plus. Experience with an independent public accounting or professional services firm setting is helpful. Working knowledge of federal contract types and contacting principles, laws, Executive Orders, regulations and procedures applicable to pre-award and post-award actions (including the FAR, DFARS, and GSA regulations) is required. Working knowledge of federal cybersecurity requirements, including NIST and FedRAMP, and federal supply chain compliance requirements is needed. Familiarity with the management of GSA offerings, compliance processes, price management and the financial reporting process is a plus.
 
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Principal Corporate Counsel, Commercial Partner Ecosystem
Refer job# EZWV161930
 
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.
 
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Principal Corporate Counsel, Commercial Partner Ecosystem
Refer job# AHXG161931
 
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.
 
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Senior Counsel - Corporate, Securities and Finance
Refer job# SUBJ161871
 
Senior Counsel - Corporate, Securities and Finance The candidate will lead corporate governance, securities, and financial management activities. Will work closely with senior executives across the organization and also the Board of Directors. Report to the Associate General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, and work closely with the Executive Vice President, Chief Corporate Development Officer, and Chief Legal Officer. Lead the company's efforts to ensure compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations, including the '33 and '34 Acts. Lead/co-lead the company's efforts to prepare necessary materials relating to all public filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs 8-Ks, and Registration Statements. Develop a strategy to ensure the success and seamless operation of Board and Committee meetings, including drafting resolutions and minutes. Develop company strategy and provide legal counsel on corporate governance matters. Responsible for execution and disclosure of the Director's compensation program, including Form 3 and 4 filings. Responsible for proper disclosure of ongoing Executive Compensation-related matters, including Section 16 filings. Ensure maintenance of corporate governance records for parent and subsidiaries, including supervising the ongoing administration of domestic and foreign subsidiaries. Guide legal due diligence for all corporate finance transactions, including scope and execution of diligence plan, leading company management calls, and engage teams of specialists and outside counsel. Develop strategy and execute the company's plans to establish and qualify both domestic and foreign subsidiary companies. Provide legal counsel on securities law issues, including with regard to corporate insider trading policy and Regulation FD. Support the Managing Director, M&A, and Ventures and Senior Counsel - M&A and Ventures with respect to M&A activities and strategic transactions, including HSR filings. Work with finance and treasury group, including with regard to credit facilities. Work with tax group, including with regard to reorganization transactions. Provide legal counsel on a broad range of corporate legal matters as necessary. Must have 6-12 years of experience in securities, corporate, finance, and transactional work at a nationally accredited law firm and/or in-house. Experience working within the technology sector or for a technology company is a plus.
 
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Assistant General Counsel, Technology And Data Privacy
Refer job# TVWK161874
 
Assistant General Counsel, Technology and Data Privacy Responsibilities: Lead negotiations for complex technology related contracts and agreements including SaaS, software licensing and confidentiality. Execute on the Company's data licensing framework and strategy alongside our Business Development and IT Groups. Review and advise on domestic data privacy issues. Ensure business teams are viewing the implications of contracts from an end-to-end perspective. Balance business and contract goals against legal, business, policy and reputational risks. Must be able to defend positions and views to business team members as well as counterparties. Coordinate with other in-house counsel on issues and be able to work cooperatively as one member of a larger team. Researches and analyzes relevant statutes, regulations, recorded judicial decisions, and legal articles. Prepares and negotiates legal documents and positions, often in coordination with employees. Manages external legal relationships with vendors, adverse parties, and other stakeholders. Works with other members of the Legal team and executives to predict the needs of and support strategic initiatives. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 5+ years of legal experience, preferably in a corporate environment. Experience in the data licensing and privacy space Excellent attention to detail, judgment, flexibility, and dependability. Strong business sense and ability to cooperate with business stakeholders. Ability to prioritize work and find solutions to problems while prioritizing and managing deadlines. Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment. Interest in or experience with real estate finance and/or corporate legal operations. High level of interpersonal skills and maturity to handle sensitive and confidential information; position continually requires poise, tact, diplomacy, and initiative. Ability to work as a part of a team while providing a strong individual contribution. Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Familiarity with contact management systems (e.g., Outlook, Salesforce and Box). Ability to show ownership of work, take on challenges, acknowledge growth opportunities, and demonstrate patience when learning new processes. Courtesy, respect, and thoughtfulness in teaming with colleagues and other stakeholders.
 
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Corporate Transactional Attorney
Refer job# PROK161724
 
Corporate Transactional Attorney The candidate will draft, analyze and negotiate carriage and distribution agreements for the company's networks and channels to MVPDs, vMVPDs and other distributors. Provide counsel on legal issues related to distribution relationships, including MFN analysis and compliance. Work on license agreements for basic programming services, broadcast networks and local broadcast stations. Provide legal support and advice regarding distribution, as well as, participate in additional legal department initiatives. Maintain a clear understanding of various rights issues related to the dissemination of content over multiple distribution platforms, including both traditional and emerging media distribution platforms. Work independently and manage deals with minimal supervision while adhering to Company policies.

The candidate should have Law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 4+ years experience working as an attorney at a television network, MVPD or law firm focusing on distribution and carriage agreements. Should have exposure to and an understanding of matters relating to television and motion picture content distribution. Experience drafting complex content distribution agreements for both linear and on-demand platforms is preferred. Should have the ability to work independently or under limited supervision, be self-motivated, with outstanding interpersonal skills, and ability to communicate complex concepts and issues effectively with colleagues, counterparts and management at all levels.
 
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Litigation Attorney
Refer job# JEJF161736
 
Litigation Attorney Duties: Assist Managing Attorney with managing the litigation dockets for portfolio accounts in UT, SD, NY, FL, and CA. Litigate assigned cases in MD, UT, SD, NY, FL, and CA. Assist the Litigation Attorney with managing the MD docket for Rapid-originated accounts. Under guidance of Managing Attorney, supervises, professionally develops, and trains the Litigation Attorney(s). Under guidance of Managing Attorney, collaborates with Managing Paralegal (or Senior Paralegal) on developing, implementing, and managing litigation processes, team member assignments, and special projects. Collaborates with Managing Paralegal to ensure the daily, weekly, and monthly production for recoveries is completed on target. Review and respond to litigation-related inquiries. Draft various litigation agreements and document templates. Assisting with the preparation of court pleadings, filings and correspondence. Representing the organization as counsel of record in civil collection cases; attending status and motion hearings as needed; responding to attorney correspondence; gathering and exchanging required information in preparation for legal proceedings. Analyzing complex financial information. Assisting with legal research. Monitoring ongoing payment arrangements. Documenting merchant account with accurate description of conversations with customers, their representatives or counsel, or other related persons that references customer account. Taking on other work as needed.

Qualifications: Admitted to practice in the state of Maryland, are considered active, and are in good standing. 2-5 years of litigation experience. Prior experience with motion practice, discovery dispute, and trial preparation. A professional appearance and a professional and articulate phone demeanor. Knowledge of or are capable of quickly learning how to use MS Outlook, Work, and Excel as well as office equipment such as a scanner, fax, and copy machine. Comfortable taking direction from others and working in a team environment .
 
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Corporate Counsel, Labor and Employment
Refer job# TPUL161711
 
Corporate Counsel, Labor, and Employment Duties: Provides legal advice, counsel, and support to key partners in Human Resources on a broad range of employment legal matters. Supports Talent Acquisition, Learning & Development, Operations, and other cross-functional stakeholders. Coordinates and manages employment-related projects, including process reviews, new policy rollouts, and implementations. Monitors legislation, regulations, case law, and government enforcement activities relating to the above substantive legal areas, and provides proactive, strategic advice to HR and relevant stakeholders. Designs and implements new policies, and drafts & maintains employment-related documents. Participates in the creation and delivery of training related to employment matters, such as Anti-harassment training, FMLA, Anti-discrimination training, ADA, etc. Leads privileged internal audits, investigations, and policy & process reviews.

Qualifications: Requires a bachelor's degree and Juris Doctorate; must be a member in good standing at one or more state bar associations. 4+ years of experience in employment law; experience in Labor law is a plus. Law firm and/or in-house legal department experience. Experience with federal and state employment laws and advising & counseling clients on such laws. Requires superior organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple high-priority major legal projects simultaneously. Requires experience and comfort interacting with management. Sound judgment, strong negotiating capability, decision making, deductive reasoning, interpersonal skills, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. Proficiency in legal research, and a strong knowledge of legal research-related tools. Experience interacting with executive levels and ability to work without supervision. Excellent drafting and communications skills oral, written, editorial skills and attention to detail. Ability to travel as needed.
 
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