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Senior Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft and review securities filings in collaboration with the General Counsel, finance team, and outside counsel, including 10Ks, 10Qs, 8Ks, Form 4s, registration statements, annual report and proxy statement, etc. Collaborate with human resources and finance partners on the education, maintenance and periodic review of corporate and equity-related policies, Partner with the General Counsel and senior management on Board of Director and Shareholder Meeting materials and communications, including drafting of agendas, resolutions, minutes, and periodic Board training as appropriate, Work cross-functionally to provide legal representation and guidance on various ad-hoc review teams, including program teams, corporate, compliance and medical review teams, Assist with development, review, implementation and training of various compliance programs, policies and procedures (e.g. securities/SOX, FDA, data privacy, etc.)., Review presentations, press releases, website materials, brochures, and other company communications (internal and external), Support General Counsel with other legal matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree and current member in good standing of a U.S. state Bar (Massachusetts preferred). 10+ years experience as a practicing attorney, with 5+ years of experience working primarily with life sciences companies; Large law firm and in-house experience preferred, Experience as lead counsel on corporate securities and related public company legal matters, Ability to evaluate effectively legal exposure, manage risk and develop creative, client-focused solutions to achieve business goals within appropriate legal guidelines, Experience working with all levels of management and key business stakeholders with a demonstrated ability to influence outcomes and effectively communicate legal risks to senior management and others, Excellent organizational skills and able to work with a team to meet critical deadlines; flexible and capable of prioritizing workload and managing multiple projects simultaneously,
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-26

Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Corporate Counsel The candidate to join Legal Department and become a key member of the legal team. Preparing and reviewing all SEC filings, including periodic and current reports, proxy statements, Section 16 reports and confidential treatment requests in collaboration with internal and external accounting and legal teams. Working on corporate governance matters, including assisting in the preparation of certain corporate policies and materials for board and committee meetings; providing training to employees on those policies. Coordinating stock option and equity programs in conjunction with Finance and Human Resources departments. Preparing, reviewing and negotiating a diverse range of agreements common to the biotechnology industry, including master services agreements, consulting agreements, employment-related agreements, sponsored research agreements and lease agreements. Supporting Company alliances, working closely with Alliance Management and providing legal advice as needed. Providing legal advice on disclosure matters, including investor presentations, press releases, and other corporate internal and external communications. Providing advice in a wide array of practice areas and special projects as needed. Keeping current on industry-related laws and regulations and creating or modifying policies and procedures based on such developments. Managing and directing outside counsel when outside expertise is needed. JD from an accredited law school and admitted to practice in Massachusetts or other U.S. state. 5+ years of experience in-house or with a national law firm. Experience with public biotechnology companies strongly preferred, in-house experience is a plus preferred. Strong knowledge of securities and general corporate law preferred. Experience in board and corporate governance matters preferred. Ability to quickly and effectively prioritize, review and negotiate agreements in the context of business circumstances preferred. Ability to interact and communicate effectively with individuals from multiple departments and disciplines at all levels of the organization preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-26

Contracts Attorney

Watertown MA Contracts Attorney The candidate will be reporting to the Vice President of Intellectual Property, and has a strong understanding of preparing and negotiating R&D related agreements. Preparation and negotiation of contracts, including but not limited to: CRO master service agreements, clinical trial agreements (US and ROW), development and manufacturing agreements, sponsored research agreements, consulting agreements, confidential disclosure agreements, and material transfer agreements, and license and collaboration agreements, independently, as well as in coordination with the VP - Legal & IP and external counsel (depending on the complexity of the agreement). Lead the implementation and training for a new contracts management system. Assist with business development, IP and public company work and other legal tasks, as needed. Liaise with the finance department on matters pertaining to contracts. Monitor and advise internal clients of contractual rights and obligations as relevant. Analyze contracts to ensure compliance with company policy and regulations. Advise internal clients on contract interpretation, dispute resolution, risk allocation and other legal matters in a pragmatic way that results in actionable business advice. Lead initiatives to improve contract processes and workflow. Oversee the development of template agreements, fallback provisions and negotiation guidelines. Educate internal clients regarding contract policies and processes. Represent the legal department and/or contracts function on cross-functional initiatives and collaborating with other members of the legal department on internal initiatives. JD from accredited law school and license to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. 5+ years professional experience, with 3 years experience in contracts negotiation and administration in the biotech or pharmaceutical industry required. Ability to provide practical, timely, and risk-appropriate legal counsel to a wide variety of internal clients on legal and regulatory matters and interact effectively with employees at all levels of the organization. Excellent organizational skills and ability to multi-task in an extremely fast-paced environment. Will have superior organizational and technical skills and maintain a flexible and curious approach to work. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-26

Corporate Counsel

Boston MA Corporate Counsel Duties: Reviews, drafts, and advises on agreements of varying complexity relating to the business needs, including: Advertising and marketing materials, including press releases, packaging, product launch collateral, sweepstakes and promotions. Master Service Agreements (MSA s) and Statements of Work (SOWs). Non-Disclosure Agreements. Consulting Agreements. Independent Contractor Agreements. Talent Services Agreements. Sponsorship Agreements. Vendor Agreements. Waivers and releases. Builds strong relationships with internal business partners to mitigate risk yet be a trusted business advisor. Maintains current understanding of best practices related to legal issues in product development and marketing, demonstrates familiarity with intellectual property and privacy matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Current member of the Massachusetts Bar or Massachusetts Registered In-House Counsel. 5-10 years' experience, with 2+ years' experience with a legal firm and 3 years' experience in-house as a transactional Attorney. Excellent skills in analytical thinking, specifically, the ability to identify and define problems, collect data, establish facts, and develop substantiated conclusions. Ability to establish trust and rapport with business units. Ability to multitask with competing priorities- must be able to track and manage multiple projects to ensure nothing is missed. Attention to detail and accuracy is critical. Ability to work effectively under multiple time deadlines. Ability to work independently, identifying and resolving problems in a timely manner with minimal supervision. Must be able to maintain confidentiality in all matters. Exceptional communication (oral and written), research and customer service skills. Intermediate or advanced computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Google (Gmail, Google Docs), and online research (required), and Westlaw Research (preferred). Excellent interpersonal skills; listens, asks relevant questions, and gets clarification when necessary. Takes independent actions and asks for and offers help when needed. Adheres to all Company Policies & Procedures and Safety Regulations. Adheres to local, state, and federal laws. Additional responsibilities as assigned by Associate General Counsel.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2020-09-25

Corporate Investigation Counsel Manager

Boston MA Corporate Investigation Counsel Manager The candidate will lead, conduct, and oversee corporate compliance investigations arising out of alleged misconduct raised through company's various Code of Business Ethics (CoBE) reporting channels. Reporting to Global Conduct Counts Matters Regional Lead - Corporate Investigator, manage notification, recording and reporting process related to investigations, and work with senior company leadership to assess and address significant legal risks associated with such reports and investigations. Actively assist and/or conduct investigations of CC and personnel-related allegations of misconduct registered through company's various reporting channels. Oversee and conduct legally privileged investigations (at the direction of an attorney), which includes: defining scope, reviewing documentation, developing investigative plan, notifying appropriate personnel, conducting interviews, compiling investigation status and reports, recommending and implementing proper remedial measures, concluding matters appropriately. Provide advice to organizational leadership concerning risk and appropriate remedial measures related to CC allegations. Collaborate with internal and external resources assembled to address and resolve allegations of misconduct or allegations of other improper processes/practices. Oversee, counsel, guide, train and support attorneys and other investigative personnel assembled to conduct CC-related investigations. Draft and/or review analyses to address risks of CC-related misconduct. Consult with and advise HR leadership concerning nature, risks, investigation and remediation of matters. Work with regional Corporate Investigators, Geographic Legal and HR Leads, Global leads of internal functions, and other Global leadership on investigations. Stay abreast of legal developments affecting investigations, rights of reporting individuals, rights of accused, and compliance-related standards. Promptly identify and escalate CC matters to Regional Leads for oversight. Develop internal guidelines on CC-investigation related issues. Collaborate with local HR/ER/Legal professionals to effectuate investigations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree with a J.D. degree. Must have 3+ years of experience in relevant legal function with 1+ year of experience conducting workplace investigations. Employment law experience is desired. Experience and demonstrated capability in conducting and supervising investigations (including compliance-related investigations, employment investigations, and governmental investigations) and in drafting confidential reports and advising senior leadership on such risks is desired. In-depth knowledge of local ethical/conduct/compliance-related risks, employee rights and obligations, and related laws is an asset. Extensive experience in employee relations and workplace investigations is a plus.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-25

Junior Associate Corporate Counsel

Boston MA Junior Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate reporting to the Senior Corporate Counsel, on the larger Company Success Team. Will maintain files and records of all contracts and legal documents through our contract management system. Help support sales team by reviewing and negotiating agreements including Order Forms, NDAs, MSAs. Review and negotiate agreements with vendors. Support global privacy compliance program. Manage the privacy inbox and be the first line of response or Data Subject requests. Help draft and implement policies and processes. Will have the opportunity of a lifetime to help build a dynamic global company. Should have 1-3 years of legal experience. Must have J.D. from an accredited law school. Should be licensed to practice law in Massachusetts or other US state jurisdiction(s). should have In-house experience, preferably at a software company and preferably with licensing experience. Must have experience reviewing and negotiating non-disclosure agreements, commercial contracts and vendor agreements, preferably in the SaaS space. Working knowledge and experience with Data Privacy, including GDPR is required. Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2020-09-25

Corporate Secretary & Vice President -Chief Counsel

Boston MA Corporate Secretary & Vice President -Chief Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the orchestration of board and committee meetings; the annual shareholder meeting and proxy statement; Section 16 filings; NYSE rules; corporate law issues and the company's Global Code of Conduct. Will provides strategic advice to the Board of Directors and is a trusted and valued advisor to the Company's executive leadership team who must balance effective risk management with the achievement of the company's business and strategic objectives. Preparation for board and committee meetings, including preparation of meeting materials. Attendance at meetings, preparation and review of minutes, and drafting new corporate governance policies and procedures. Responsible for the drafting and distribution of the annual meeting proxy statement, including the organization of the annual meeting of shareholders. Ensure compliance with Section 16 filings, NYSE corporate governance listing rules, Sarbanes-Oxley and other laws and regulations applicable to a public company, including accurate and timely submission of all annual, quarterly and periodic SEC filings (e.g., 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K), and serve as a principal contact with company's stock transfer agent and registrar. Advise CEO and General Counsel on corporate governance questions and practices, coordinate communications between the board and shareholders, serve on industry working groups related to corporate governance matters, maintain good relations with Institutional Shareholders Services, and focus on maintaining high Corporate Governance Quotient ratings. Leads the team responsible for legal aspects of all mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and other strategic transaction and investments. Provide legal counsel to the company's Disclosure Committee regarding matters of materiality and disclosure compliance and provide legal guidance to the Investor Relations, Controllership, Treasury and Internal Audit functions.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree. Must have 15+ years of corporate and business law practice, including demonstrated experience in a public company Corporate Secretarial function, governance, securities, and corporate law capacity. Must have proven ability to deal tactfully and effectively with the board of directors of a Fortune 500 financial services company. Understanding of executive compensation issues and programs and the ability to advise HR staff on related corporate governance, legal, and proxy statement is required. Ability to apply ethical principles in interpreting and advising employees on the Code of Conduct and other company policies and procedures is required. Should preferably have experience interacting with C-Suite executives as well as a public board. Additionally, must also have demonstrated strategic experience in establishing corporate governance best practices.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-25

Fintech Corporate Counsel

Boston MA FinTech Corporate Counsel Duties: Research, analyze, and provide practical advice to FinTech business units on complex legal and compliance matters related to new and existing products and services, payment processing, contract terms, and regulatory interpretation. Assist with the design of innovative financial products, including commercial and consumer credit, payment, and card products. Review multi-channel advertising materials for compliance with federal and state laws and best practices. Draft, review, update, and (if applicable) negotiate foundational documents for products and services (e.g., customer agreements, terms of service, regulatory disclosures, etc.), as well as contracts with vendors, financial institutions, and third-party service providers of financial products. Monitor evolving laws that may impact the FinTech business line and its products and services, and assist with operationalizing and implementing compliant solutions. Independently and proactively execute critical tasks necessary to mitigate risk and maintain compliant products and services. Work closely with other members of Toast's in-house Legal and Compliance team to leverage internal subject matter expertise on product, payments, labor and employment, intellectual property, privacy, and cybersecurity, and integrate input into FinTech solutions.

Qualifications: A JD Degree from an ABA-accredited U.S. law school, and membership in good standing to at least one state Bar. 5+ years of concentrated experience advising corporate clients on a variety of FinTech products, either in-house or at a law firm. Strong knowledge of financial regulation, including card association and payment network rules, prepaid card rules, payday lending laws, retail installment sales, and other laws applicable to acquiring, treasury, payouts, and issuing, commercial and consumer credit, BSA/AML, and CFPB regulations. Ability to analyze risks, evaluate legal issues, and provide concise written advice to a business (i.e., non-legal) audience, particularly with respect to emerging products and services. Ability to develop creative and adaptive solutions to unique and complex product design inquiries. Strong drafting skills (contracts, memoranda, etc.), with an emphasis on attention to detail. Unwavered by a rapid-paced working environment and meeting deadlines. Team-focused, positive attitude, and good sense of humor. Ability to collaborate effectively with a wide range of people in a diverse and accepting environment.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-25

Senior Counsel, Data Privacy And Digital Advertising

Boston MA Senior Counsel, Data Privacy and Digital Advertising Duties: Partner with executive leadership and serve as the subject-matter expert in data privacy, and digital advertising. Responsible for building compliant eCommerce sites. Work as a thought partner to General Counsel. Collaborate with our engineering, marketing, strategic partnerships, and product teams to ensure compliance.

Qualifications: Proven track record of success and 5+ years of legal experience with corporate contracting, data privacy, CCPA, and digital advertising expertise. Fluent in eCommerce or have experience working in/with the tech space. Embody an adaptive communication style, always exceeding the needs of the business through clear explanation and development of lasting relationships through interpersonal savvy.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-25

Managing Director, Global Privacy Counsel

Hopkinton MA Managing Director, Global Privacy Counsel The candidate directlys report to company's Chief Privacy Officer. Effectively manages a small team of regional Privacy Counsels and implements company's global privacy strategic priorities, including best practice sharing with regional legal teams. Provides strategic legal advice and support on privacy law guidance to company's business units, functional and legal departments; applies judgment on smart risk taking for privacy legal risks, issues and regulatory investigations and develops quality legal solutions. Provides privacy manager support for company's Human Resource business unit, including: preparation and review of Privacy Impact Assessments; advice and recommendations to the business on privacy risks; ensuring data inventory of personal information assets and associated data flow mappings are up-to-date; documentation of data processing activities; and developing, implementing and enforcing privacy policies and procedures that apply to the business. Drafts and negotiates global data privacy provisions in contracts with company's authorized third parties and customers as an escalation point in accordance with company's legal department's contracts approval matrix policy. Advises on privacy policies and procedures for company's global privacy program in accordance with applicable privacy laws and regulations. Creates and performs targeted privacy trainings, as well as additional privacy awareness, across company's enterprise. Co-leads privacy incidents as privileging attorney and integrates lessons learned back into company's global privacy program. Provides privacy legal guidance on data subject rights requests and coordinates with legal partners.

The candidate should have J.D. degree with admission to at least one State Bar. Must have 10+ years of global privacy legal experience advising on data privacy laws compliance and regulatory risks management. Sound technical expertise on privacy risk; general knowledge of foundational requirements of privacy laws and best practices in the US and at least one other region (e.g. Asia, Europe and/or South America) is required. Experience providing strategic legal support to ensure GDPR and CCPA compliance readiness by an organization is needed. Experience managing a global privacy compliance program for a business unit/functional department is essential. European and United States IAPP privacy certifications are preferred. Expertise with privacy laws in Asia is a huge plus. HR privacy legal expertise is an asset.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-25
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Assistant General Counsel
In-House,The Brattle Group, Inc.
Location : Boston Massachusetts United States

THE POSITION The Brattle Group is seeking to retain an Assistant General Counsel to join its Legal team, and support the firm in our Boston, Chicago or Washington D.C. office. Reporting to the General Counsel, this position will be primarily resp... + read more

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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# GIJN151971
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft and review securities filings in collaboration with the General Counsel, finance team, and outside counsel, including 10Ks, 10Qs, 8Ks, Form 4s, registration statements, annual report and proxy statement, etc. Collaborate with human resources and finance partners on the education, maintenance and periodic review of corporate and equity-related policies, Partner with the General Counsel and senior management on Board of Director and Shareholder Meeting materials and communications, including drafting of agendas, resolutions, minutes, and periodic Board training as appropriate, Work cross-functionally to provide legal representation and guidance on various ad-hoc review teams, including program teams, corporate, compliance and medical review teams, Assist with development, review, implementation and training of various compliance programs, policies and procedures (e.g. securities/SOX, FDA, data privacy, etc.)., Review presentations, press releases, website materials, brochures, and other company communications (internal and external), Support General Counsel with other legal matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree and current member in good standing of a U.S. state Bar (Massachusetts preferred). 10+ years experience as a practicing attorney, with 5+ years of experience working primarily with life sciences companies; Large law firm and in-house experience preferred, Experience as lead counsel on corporate securities and related public company legal matters, Ability to evaluate effectively legal exposure, manage risk and develop creative, client-focused solutions to achieve business goals within appropriate legal guidelines, Experience working with all levels of management and key business stakeholders with a demonstrated ability to influence outcomes and effectively communicate legal risks to senior management and others, Excellent organizational skills and able to work with a team to meet critical deadlines; flexible and capable of prioritizing workload and managing multiple projects simultaneously,
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VFMU151985
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate to join Legal Department and become a key member of the legal team. Preparing and reviewing all SEC filings, including periodic and current reports, proxy statements, Section 16 reports and confidential treatment requests in collaboration with internal and external accounting and legal teams. Working on corporate governance matters, including assisting in the preparation of certain corporate policies and materials for board and committee meetings; providing training to employees on those policies. Coordinating stock option and equity programs in conjunction with Finance and Human Resources departments. Preparing, reviewing and negotiating a diverse range of agreements common to the biotechnology industry, including master services agreements, consulting agreements, employment-related agreements, sponsored research agreements and lease agreements. Supporting Company alliances, working closely with Alliance Management and providing legal advice as needed. Providing legal advice on disclosure matters, including investor presentations, press releases, and other corporate internal and external communications. Providing advice in a wide array of practice areas and special projects as needed. Keeping current on industry-related laws and regulations and creating or modifying policies and procedures based on such developments. Managing and directing outside counsel when outside expertise is needed. JD from an accredited law school and admitted to practice in Massachusetts or other U.S. state. 5+ years of experience in-house or with a national law firm. Experience with public biotechnology companies strongly preferred, in-house experience is a plus preferred. Strong knowledge of securities and general corporate law preferred. Experience in board and corporate governance matters preferred. Ability to quickly and effectively prioritize, review and negotiate agreements in the context of business circumstances preferred. Ability to interact and communicate effectively with individuals from multiple departments and disciplines at all levels of the organization preferred. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
 
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Contracts Attorney
Refer job# XHRI152003
 
Contracts Attorney The candidate will be reporting to the Vice President of Intellectual Property, and has a strong understanding of preparing and negotiating R&D related agreements. Preparation and negotiation of contracts, including but not limited to: CRO master service agreements, clinical trial agreements (US and ROW), development and manufacturing agreements, sponsored research agreements, consulting agreements, confidential disclosure agreements, and material transfer agreements, and license and collaboration agreements, independently, as well as in coordination with the VP - Legal & IP and external counsel (depending on the complexity of the agreement). Lead the implementation and training for a new contracts management system. Assist with business development, IP and public company work and other legal tasks, as needed. Liaise with the finance department on matters pertaining to contracts. Monitor and advise internal clients of contractual rights and obligations as relevant. Analyze contracts to ensure compliance with company policy and regulations. Advise internal clients on contract interpretation, dispute resolution, risk allocation and other legal matters in a pragmatic way that results in actionable business advice. Lead initiatives to improve contract processes and workflow. Oversee the development of template agreements, fallback provisions and negotiation guidelines. Educate internal clients regarding contract policies and processes. Represent the legal department and/or contracts function on cross-functional initiatives and collaborating with other members of the legal department on internal initiatives. JD from accredited law school and license to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. 5+ years professional experience, with 3 years experience in contracts negotiation and administration in the biotech or pharmaceutical industry required. Ability to provide practical, timely, and risk-appropriate legal counsel to a wide variety of internal clients on legal and regulatory matters and interact effectively with employees at all levels of the organization. Excellent organizational skills and ability to multi-task in an extremely fast-paced environment. Will have superior organizational and technical skills and maintain a flexible and curious approach to work.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KWFA151904
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Reviews, drafts, and advises on agreements of varying complexity relating to the business needs, including: Advertising and marketing materials, including press releases, packaging, product launch collateral, sweepstakes and promotions. Master Service Agreements (MSA s) and Statements of Work (SOWs). Non-Disclosure Agreements. Consulting Agreements. Independent Contractor Agreements. Talent Services Agreements. Sponsorship Agreements. Vendor Agreements. Waivers and releases. Builds strong relationships with internal business partners to mitigate risk yet be a trusted business advisor. Maintains current understanding of best practices related to legal issues in product development and marketing, demonstrates familiarity with intellectual property and privacy matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Current member of the Massachusetts Bar or Massachusetts Registered In-House Counsel. 5-10 years' experience, with 2+ years' experience with a legal firm and 3 years' experience in-house as a transactional Attorney. Excellent skills in analytical thinking, specifically, the ability to identify and define problems, collect data, establish facts, and develop substantiated conclusions. Ability to establish trust and rapport with business units. Ability to multitask with competing priorities- must be able to track and manage multiple projects to ensure nothing is missed. Attention to detail and accuracy is critical. Ability to work effectively under multiple time deadlines. Ability to work independently, identifying and resolving problems in a timely manner with minimal supervision. Must be able to maintain confidentiality in all matters. Exceptional communication (oral and written), research and customer service skills. Intermediate or advanced computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Google (Gmail, Google Docs), and online research (required), and Westlaw Research (preferred). Excellent interpersonal skills; listens, asks relevant questions, and gets clarification when necessary. Takes independent actions and asks for and offers help when needed. Adheres to all Company Policies & Procedures and Safety Regulations. Adheres to local, state, and federal laws. Additional responsibilities as assigned by Associate General Counsel.
 
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Corporate Investigation Counsel Manager
Refer job# MVXZ151909
 
Corporate Investigation Counsel Manager The candidate will lead, conduct, and oversee corporate compliance investigations arising out of alleged misconduct raised through company's various Code of Business Ethics (CoBE) reporting channels. Reporting to Global Conduct Counts Matters Regional Lead - Corporate Investigator, manage notification, recording and reporting process related to investigations, and work with senior company leadership to assess and address significant legal risks associated with such reports and investigations. Actively assist and/or conduct investigations of CC and personnel-related allegations of misconduct registered through company's various reporting channels. Oversee and conduct legally privileged investigations (at the direction of an attorney), which includes: defining scope, reviewing documentation, developing investigative plan, notifying appropriate personnel, conducting interviews, compiling investigation status and reports, recommending and implementing proper remedial measures, concluding matters appropriately. Provide advice to organizational leadership concerning risk and appropriate remedial measures related to CC allegations. Collaborate with internal and external resources assembled to address and resolve allegations of misconduct or allegations of other improper processes/practices. Oversee, counsel, guide, train and support attorneys and other investigative personnel assembled to conduct CC-related investigations. Draft and/or review analyses to address risks of CC-related misconduct. Consult with and advise HR leadership concerning nature, risks, investigation and remediation of matters. Work with regional Corporate Investigators, Geographic Legal and HR Leads, Global leads of internal functions, and other Global leadership on investigations. Stay abreast of legal developments affecting investigations, rights of reporting individuals, rights of accused, and compliance-related standards. Promptly identify and escalate CC matters to Regional Leads for oversight. Develop internal guidelines on CC-investigation related issues. Collaborate with local HR/ER/Legal professionals to effectuate investigations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree with a J.D. degree. Must have 3+ years of experience in relevant legal function with 1+ year of experience conducting workplace investigations. Employment law experience is desired. Experience and demonstrated capability in conducting and supervising investigations (including compliance-related investigations, employment investigations, and governmental investigations) and in drafting confidential reports and advising senior leadership on such risks is desired. In-depth knowledge of local ethical/conduct/compliance-related risks, employee rights and obligations, and related laws is an asset. Extensive experience in employee relations and workplace investigations is a plus.
 
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Junior Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OVXG151919
 
Junior Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate reporting to the Senior Corporate Counsel, on the larger Company Success Team. Will maintain files and records of all contracts and legal documents through our contract management system. Help support sales team by reviewing and negotiating agreements including Order Forms, NDAs, MSAs. Review and negotiate agreements with vendors. Support global privacy compliance program. Manage the privacy inbox and be the first line of response or Data Subject requests. Help draft and implement policies and processes. Will have the opportunity of a lifetime to help build a dynamic global company. Should have 1-3 years of legal experience. Must have J.D. from an accredited law school. Should be licensed to practice law in Massachusetts or other US state jurisdiction(s). should have In-house experience, preferably at a software company and preferably with licensing experience. Must have experience reviewing and negotiating non-disclosure agreements, commercial contracts and vendor agreements, preferably in the SaaS space. Working knowledge and experience with Data Privacy, including GDPR is required.
 
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Corporate Secretary & Vice President -Chief Counsel
Refer job# YMQC151935
 
Corporate Secretary & Vice President -Chief Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the orchestration of board and committee meetings; the annual shareholder meeting and proxy statement; Section 16 filings; NYSE rules; corporate law issues and the company's Global Code of Conduct. Will provides strategic advice to the Board of Directors and is a trusted and valued advisor to the Company's executive leadership team who must balance effective risk management with the achievement of the company's business and strategic objectives. Preparation for board and committee meetings, including preparation of meeting materials. Attendance at meetings, preparation and review of minutes, and drafting new corporate governance policies and procedures. Responsible for the drafting and distribution of the annual meeting proxy statement, including the organization of the annual meeting of shareholders. Ensure compliance with Section 16 filings, NYSE corporate governance listing rules, Sarbanes-Oxley and other laws and regulations applicable to a public company, including accurate and timely submission of all annual, quarterly and periodic SEC filings (e.g., 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K), and serve as a principal contact with company's stock transfer agent and registrar. Advise CEO and General Counsel on corporate governance questions and practices, coordinate communications between the board and shareholders, serve on industry working groups related to corporate governance matters, maintain good relations with Institutional Shareholders Services, and focus on maintaining high Corporate Governance Quotient ratings. Leads the team responsible for legal aspects of all mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and other strategic transaction and investments. Provide legal counsel to the company's Disclosure Committee regarding matters of materiality and disclosure compliance and provide legal guidance to the Investor Relations, Controllership, Treasury and Internal Audit functions.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree. Must have 15+ years of corporate and business law practice, including demonstrated experience in a public company Corporate Secretarial function, governance, securities, and corporate law capacity. Must have proven ability to deal tactfully and effectively with the board of directors of a Fortune 500 financial services company. Understanding of executive compensation issues and programs and the ability to advise HR staff on related corporate governance, legal, and proxy statement is required. Ability to apply ethical principles in interpreting and advising employees on the Code of Conduct and other company policies and procedures is required. Should preferably have experience interacting with C-Suite executives as well as a public board. Additionally, must also have demonstrated strategic experience in establishing corporate governance best practices.
 
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Fintech Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YXXU151941
 
FinTech Corporate Counsel Duties: Research, analyze, and provide practical advice to FinTech business units on complex legal and compliance matters related to new and existing products and services, payment processing, contract terms, and regulatory interpretation. Assist with the design of innovative financial products, including commercial and consumer credit, payment, and card products. Review multi-channel advertising materials for compliance with federal and state laws and best practices. Draft, review, update, and (if applicable) negotiate foundational documents for products and services (e.g., customer agreements, terms of service, regulatory disclosures, etc.), as well as contracts with vendors, financial institutions, and third-party service providers of financial products. Monitor evolving laws that may impact the FinTech business line and its products and services, and assist with operationalizing and implementing compliant solutions. Independently and proactively execute critical tasks necessary to mitigate risk and maintain compliant products and services. Work closely with other members of Toast's in-house Legal and Compliance team to leverage internal subject matter expertise on product, payments, labor and employment, intellectual property, privacy, and cybersecurity, and integrate input into FinTech solutions.

Qualifications: A JD Degree from an ABA-accredited U.S. law school, and membership in good standing to at least one state Bar. 5+ years of concentrated experience advising corporate clients on a variety of FinTech products, either in-house or at a law firm. Strong knowledge of financial regulation, including card association and payment network rules, prepaid card rules, payday lending laws, retail installment sales, and other laws applicable to acquiring, treasury, payouts, and issuing, commercial and consumer credit, BSA/AML, and CFPB regulations. Ability to analyze risks, evaluate legal issues, and provide concise written advice to a business (i.e., non-legal) audience, particularly with respect to emerging products and services. Ability to develop creative and adaptive solutions to unique and complex product design inquiries. Strong drafting skills (contracts, memoranda, etc.), with an emphasis on attention to detail. Unwavered by a rapid-paced working environment and meeting deadlines. Team-focused, positive attitude, and good sense of humor. Ability to collaborate effectively with a wide range of people in a diverse and accepting environment.
 
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Senior Counsel, Data Privacy And Digital Advertising
Refer job# DHNH151957
 
Senior Counsel, Data Privacy and Digital Advertising Duties: Partner with executive leadership and serve as the subject-matter expert in data privacy, and digital advertising. Responsible for building compliant eCommerce sites. Work as a thought partner to General Counsel. Collaborate with our engineering, marketing, strategic partnerships, and product teams to ensure compliance.

Qualifications: Proven track record of success and 5+ years of legal experience with corporate contracting, data privacy, CCPA, and digital advertising expertise. Fluent in eCommerce or have experience working in/with the tech space. Embody an adaptive communication style, always exceeding the needs of the business through clear explanation and development of lasting relationships through interpersonal savvy.
 
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Managing Director, Global Privacy Counsel
Refer job# OAFE151958
 
Managing Director, Global Privacy Counsel The candidate directlys report to company's Chief Privacy Officer. Effectively manages a small team of regional Privacy Counsels and implements company's global privacy strategic priorities, including best practice sharing with regional legal teams. Provides strategic legal advice and support on privacy law guidance to company's business units, functional and legal departments; applies judgment on smart risk taking for privacy legal risks, issues and regulatory investigations and develops quality legal solutions. Provides privacy manager support for company's Human Resource business unit, including: preparation and review of Privacy Impact Assessments; advice and recommendations to the business on privacy risks; ensuring data inventory of personal information assets and associated data flow mappings are up-to-date; documentation of data processing activities; and developing, implementing and enforcing privacy policies and procedures that apply to the business. Drafts and negotiates global data privacy provisions in contracts with company's authorized third parties and customers as an escalation point in accordance with company's legal department's contracts approval matrix policy. Advises on privacy policies and procedures for company's global privacy program in accordance with applicable privacy laws and regulations. Creates and performs targeted privacy trainings, as well as additional privacy awareness, across company's enterprise. Co-leads privacy incidents as privileging attorney and integrates lessons learned back into company's global privacy program. Provides privacy legal guidance on data subject rights requests and coordinates with legal partners.

The candidate should have J.D. degree with admission to at least one State Bar. Must have 10+ years of global privacy legal experience advising on data privacy laws compliance and regulatory risks management. Sound technical expertise on privacy risk; general knowledge of foundational requirements of privacy laws and best practices in the US and at least one other region (e.g. Asia, Europe and/or South America) is required. Experience providing strategic legal support to ensure GDPR and CCPA compliance readiness by an organization is needed. Experience managing a global privacy compliance program for a business unit/functional department is essential. European and United States IAPP privacy certifications are preferred. Expertise with privacy laws in Asia is a huge plus. HR privacy legal expertise is an asset.
 
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