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Senior Counsel, Employment

Phoenix AZ Senior Counsel, Employment The candidate will provide day-to-day legal advice and counseling on a broad range of employment issues, including hiring, compensation and benefits, wage and hour, government audits, HR practices, performance management, terminations, and others as requested. Oversee employment litigation working closely with the Companys litigation group, including responding to subpoenas, handling EEOC charges and state-level equivalent charges, Department of Labor issues, government inquiries, and workers compensation claims. Conduct and/or support internal and external investigations of complaints concerning violation of Company policies, laws and regulations. Monitor and interpret changes to and trends in government and legislative matters at the federal, state, and local level related to employment law issues. Determine company impact and advise legal management accordingly. Recommend and implement specific company responses to changes in governmental and legislative policies. Conduct legal research and draft corresponding documents and memos. Provide legal interpretations of laws and regulations. Draft and review legal documents and review proposed transactions to ensure maximum benefit to the corporation and minimum risk. Draft internal policies and assist with monitoring policy compliance. Render assistance and counsel to other departments, as assigned, on the meaning and application of the companys policies and procedures to ensure compliance with applicable law and consistency with company philosophy and goals. Research and evaluate risks relative to operational policies and processes. Assist HR in periodic review of employment-related policies and procedures. Perform independent special projects of a legal and confidential nature for the department or company, as assigned.

The candidate must have a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Member of a state Bar in good standing and eligible to register as in-house counsel in state of residence is essential. Must have 7-10 years' experience and demonstrated competence as a practicing attorney in employment law. Experience working with Employee Relations and HR as a partner and resource is needed. Direct experience with employment-related laws concerning discrimination, harassment, compensation, benefits, accommodations/ leaves of absence, union/labor relations implications and workplace safety is essential.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-06-24

Corporate Counsel

Scottsdale AZ Corporate Counsel Duties: Ensure timely, cost effective delivery of quality legal advice and counsel to support internal clients on a broad range of domestic and international legal issues. Establish and maintain relationships with key internal stakeholders to ensure proactive legal involvement and solicitation of assistance. Participate in litigation matters and investigations as required. Advise management on legal matters in order to safeguard the organization against legal liability. Manage outside counsel when retained to (i) respond to high demand for legal services, (ii) address issues requiring special expertise and (iii) represent the Groups interests in litigation. Includes evaluating and developing strategy with respect to complex issues and resolving disputes through negotiation or litigation while minimizing adverse publicity and monetary exposure, maximizing recovery and preserving on-going business relationships with customers, vendors and other third parties. Adapting to the requirements of the Group and its stakeholders, including responding to and addressing the needs and requirements of other team members. Support Business Units, Functions and Regions with legal advice and representation necessary to achieve business objectives and minimize risk. Manage external legal counsel to ensure that the companys interests are protected and costs minimized. Deliver improved policies, procedures or documents aligned to the objectives of the Group Legal strategic work plan, striving for best practices. Provide timely, accurate, cost effective and well-organized advice to business clients within the Group. Support Code of Conduct compliance functions, in terms of policy setting, training, enforcement, and internal investigations. engage with business clients and become an integral part of the business and commercial processes of the Company.

Qualifications: JD degree from accredited law school; admission to state Bar associations, as required. 2-4 years of broad-based legal experience in law firm or corporate law department. Licensed to practice law in the State of Arizona or admissible based on in-house counsel admission rules. Advanced analytical, problem solving, decision making and coping skills. Strong understanding of corporate business needs, including finance and risk management. Strong oral and written communication skills including the ability to articulate complicated issues in a manner that others can understand. Outstanding interpersonal skills including the ability to interact effectively with global clients and customers. Advanced negotiation and project management skills. Global or regional work experience. Native Level English: Reading, Writing, and Speaking. Second Language Preferred, with a strong preference for Chinese, Hindi, German, Japanese or Spanish. Additional Bar Admission Preferred: a European Union jurisdiction, India, China, or a LTAM country. MBA or other advanced degree. Computer Programming Skills.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-06-24

Attorney, Legal And Compliance

Phoenix AZ Attorney, Legal and Compliance The candidate will be responsible for providing advice, guidance and opinions in all areas of regulatory and legal compliance affecting the Companies products, policies and procedures. The Attorney would provide assistance to the Vice President of Legal and Compliance in managing a comprehensive range of compliance, regulatory and legal services for group and its affiliates. The Attorneys primary job will be legal research, insurance policy research and development, keeping apprised of changes in the law, and assisting in the compliance process. Perform thorough and detailed legal research on applicable topics, providing guidance to various business partners. Assist in all areas of compliance including- being aware of changes in the law, assist in implementing changes, and updating internal policies and procedures. Provide legal support to minimize legal risk and ensure compliance on regulatory matters. Research and answer business operation questions. Assist in legislative bill screening. Aid in establishing policies and procedures consistent with established legal principles and requirements. Monitors and maintains current knowledge in legal and compliance matters relating to the insurance industry and pursues ongoing professional development to maintain current knowledge on best practices. Assist in coordinating regulatory compliance matters and ensures internal support as needed. Performs similar job-related duties as assigned.

The candidate must be Graduate of an accredited law school. Should have admission to the State Bar of Arizona or be able to qualify for In-House Counsel Admission. Experience in the Insurance Industry, Life and Health experience a plus. 2-4 year of legal practice is required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to simplify complex legal concepts in clear and concise communication to business staff. Should have outstanding research and legal analytical skills.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-06-24

Intellectual Property Attorney

Scottsdale AZ Intellectual Property Attorney The candidate will advise and counsel business clients on various IP matters involving copyrights, patents, trademarks, and trade secrets. Draft, negotiate, interpret and advise on IP related agreements, such as non-disclosure agreements and technology license agreements, and IP provisions in commercial agreements. Assist with intellectual property protection and strategy, offensively and defensively. Assist with management of intellectual property portfolio. Assist in managing invention disclosures, including identifying and evaluating inventions to determine patentability, and coordinate with outside counsel in drafting, filing and prosecuting patent applications before the USPTO. Support product clearance activities. Assist in providing IP training to internal business clients. Review company documents and advise business clients on compliance with brand standards and trademark policies. Support the companys commitment to protect the integrity and confidentiality of systems and data.

The candidate must be a Juris Doctor from accredited law school. Admission to a State Bar and USPTO is necessary. 2+ years' in-house or corporate IP experience is needed. Strong presentation skills and excellent written and verbal communication skills are critical. Strong interpersonal and collaborative skills to build partnerships and alliances internally and with external partners at all levels of the organization are essential. Additional related education and/or experience is preferred.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Part-Time Compliance Attorney

Phoenix AZ Part-Time Compliance Attorney The candidate will assist with company legal compliance obligations relating to federal and state leave of absence laws, disability plans, and disability accommodation laws. Will respond to subpoenas and records requests in connection with legal and/or agency matters. Track and analyze developments in leave of absence, disability, pregnancy, and accommodation laws, state and federal. Prepare internal and external communications about leave and accommodation compliance developments. Review and update Canadian leave law materials. Follow state paid family and medical leave law developments and assist with development of internal and external materials. Respond to internal questions about challenging leave, disability, and accommodation claims. Write compliance-related internal procedures and communications. Write external/client/broker communications about compliance developments & best practices (blog, specific client issues, etc.). Prepare presentation materials for industry, clients, brokers, internal training. Develop and/or update internal materials (forms, letters, training). Additional duties as assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Must be Admitted to Bar in at least one state. Must have 2-4 years of legal experience. Must have experience with FMLA, ADA, and/or general employment law. Experience with litigation and/or subpoena responses a plus. Must have excellent writing skills in a variety of contexts, including: Interpreting legal information into layman's terms for client communications, blog, etc; Drafting internal processes and procedures for staff based on legal requirements ; Preparing compliance-related training materials for Matrix employees and clients. Must be skilled on Westlaw (preferred) and/or Lexis/Nexis, and general internet research. Skilled with Microsoft Word; PowerPoint and Excel a plus. Deadline : 19-July-2019.
Legal 2 - 4 Part_time 2019-06-20

Senior Legal Counsel - Privacy

Scottsdale AZ Senior Legal Counsel - Privacy The candidate will serve as a key subject matter expert and advisor to firm's lawyers and business units on privacy and data protection issues in commercial negotiations. Draft and negotiate the privacy and data protection aspects of complex agreements ranging from professional services, development, and supplier agreements with various merchants, partners and vendors. Advise firm's Human Resources (HR) senior leaders and operational teams on matters involving the processing of employee personal data to help maintain compliant privacy and data protection practices across the global HR function. Provide training to legal colleagues to help them advise their clients regarding privacy and data protection issues in commercial and HR matters, as well as develop and maintain guidelines, playbooks, templated terms, and other resources. Help to ensure adherence to global privacy and data protection laws, while enabling the development and execution of business initiatives. Coordinate with regional lawyers to evaluate and, where appropriate, help design products, services and technologies for compliance with local data privacy regulations. Collaborate with Compliance colleagues, the Global Privacy Office and firm'ss International Data Protection Officer (DPO) to develop, enhance and implement the firm's Global Privacy Framework in markets where firm's operates. Support the Global Privacy Office in the continued development and implementation of the Data Privacy Impact Assessment program. Advise on new and emerging legal and regulatory developments impacting data privacy and data security, including identifying trends and potential impacts on business activities. Understand and advise on the privacy and data protection legal requirements applicable to complex data flows across the data lifecycle. Collaborate and coordinate with government relations teams to proactively monitor and review privacy and data-protection related legislation in order to help ensure accurate and up-to-date inventories of all legal obligations.

The candidate must have deep, demonstrable privacy, data protection, and program management skills and expertise, with an emphasis on financial and/or employee privacy laws. Specific experience with privacy and data protection laws, including GLBA, CCPA, LGPD, CAN-SPAM, HIPAA, GDPR, e-Privacy Directive, and other applicable laws is required. Should have experience providing risk-based and pragmatic resolution of outstanding privacy and data protection aspects of commercial negotiations, leveraging in a quick, concise and commercially focused legal advice. Must have in-depth knowledge of cutting-edge IT, web, mobile, and payment ecosystem technologies (especially those used in the collection, storage and analysis of data) and their privacy and data security implications. Should have familiarity with, and strong interest in, financial services technology, mobile and alternative payments, as well as emerging technology. Must have ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and to tolerate change and ambiguity. Should have demonstrated ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team, to effectively coach and mentor others (including non-attorneys), and a sense of humor and resiliency, especially under tight deadlines and while managing multiple priorities. Must have 7+ years of experience practicing either in-house (or in an equivalent setting) or at a reputable law firm. Must have Juris Doctorate degree or equivalent degree. Should be admitted to a state bar. Must have exceptional writing skills, with attention to detail and ability to generate creative original drafted documents. Should have excellent communication and presentation skills; ability to communicate and help non-experts understand applicable regulations and requirements. Experience advising clients in the financial services, mobile payments, internet and technology industries preferred. Relevant technical certifications, such as a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) or other relevant certifications preferred.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-19

Corporate Counsel

Scottsdale AZ Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide internal legal support to the Progress Residential team and will report to the Associate General Counsel. Responsibilities include to commercial contract drafting, review and negotiation, assistance with real estate contracts, leases and agreements, supervision of entity management and formation, and assistance with corporate governance matters, closings of financing and other transactions, legal compliance and employment matters. Provides counsel and guidance to all Progress Residential functional departments. Works closely with business stakeholders and paralegals. Assist Associate General Counsel in management and use of outside counsel on various transactional and litigation matters. Assist in providing advice and mitigation strategies related to employment matters and assist Human Resources on day-to-day employment issues. Assist in addressing various legal issues associated with residential property management, including landlord/tenant and property disputes. Provide legal analysis, strategy, and solutions for various business activities in a legally sound manner that balances risks with achievement of the companys business goals and objectives. Provide assistance and advice to stakeholders in various departments and locations of the company. Draft, negotiate, and review general corporate contracts, including transactional documents, vendor and license agreements, employment agreements, confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements, and consulting services agreements. Manage contract process, including drafting, negotiation, review and interpretation of company contracts. Manage contract approval and execution process for company contracts and maintain standard form. Supervise corporate entity formation and management. Assist with corporate governance matters. Assist in closings of transactions, including securitizations and other financing and commercial transactions.

The candidate should have JD degree and admitted to the practice of law in at least one state. Must have 5+ years of generalist legal experience at a top law firm or from an in-house corporate setting. Knowledge of general corporate matters and contract law, with knowledge of real estate finance and acquisition, residential real estate and property management preferred. Experience managing outside counsel and corporate filings is a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-13

Corporate Counsel

Phoenix AZ Corporate Counsel The candidate will be primarily responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a wide variety of commercial contracts, including master services agreements, statements of work, amendments, supplier- and vendor-facing service agreements, licensing agreements, marketing agreements, purchase agreements and other contracts to support the companys business. Will also be responsible for other legal services and advice as needed based on companys diverse and evolving needs. Draft, review, negotiate and close a wide variety of commercial contracts with the companys clients, suppliers, strategic partners and vendors. Work closely with business partners in Sales, Marketing, IT, Service Delivery and other organizations within company to successfully close transactions in a manner consistent with companys policies and best interests. Provide other legal services and advice to the company as needed.

The candidate should be a graduate of an accredited American law school and currently licensed to practice law in the employees state of residence. Must have 4+ years of relevant experience as a commercial transactions attorney in private practice, in-house, or preferably a mix of both. Experience supporting an internal sales organization is strongly preferred. Experience working for a tech company desired. Experience handling intellectual property and professional technology issues an asset. Fluency in Spanish a plus.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-13

Corporate Counsel

Phoenix AZ Corporate Counsel The candidate will be primarily responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a wide variety of commercial contracts, including master services agreements, statements of work, amendments, supplier- and vendor-facing service agreements, licensing agreements, marketing agreements, purchase agreements and other contracts to support the companys business. Will draft, review, negotiate and close a wide variety of commercial contracts with the companys clients, suppliers, strategic partners and vendors. Work closely with business partners in Sales, Marketing, IT, Service Delivery and other organizations within company to successfully close transactions in a manner consistent with companys policies and best interests. Provide other legal services and advice to the company as needed.

The candidate should be a graduate of an accredited American law school and currently licensed to practice law in the state of residence. Must have 4+ years of relevant experience as a commercial transactions attorney in private practice, in-house, or preferably a mix of both. Experience supporting an internal sales organization strongly preferred. Experience working for a tech company preferred. Experience handling intellectual property and professional technology issues is desired. Experience working remotely from a home office a plus. Fluency in Spanish a plus.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-13

Corporate Counsel

Scottsdale AZ Corporate Counsel The candidate will review, revise, draft, and/or other otherwise assist with legal documents in various areas including, without limitation, the following: Franchising; Purchasing and Distribution; Licensing; NDAs; Real Estate; Review, revise, and draft Federal Disclosure Documents in connection with all of the companies brands; Assist with corporate governance and all related issues; Assist with corporate mergers and acquisition transactions including conducting due diligence and drafting IOIs, LOIs, and purchase agreements/ancillary agreements related thereto. J.D. from accredited law school required. Active member of the Arizona bar is required. Should have 2-4 years of experience practicing law. Prior in-house experience preferred. Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-06-07
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Contracts Manager
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Contracts Manager The candidate will be responsible for management and administration of a diverse portfolio of contracts for the AMRAAM® program within the Air Warfare Systems (AWS) Product Line. The primary customer is the US Air Force. Duties inc... + read more

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Senior Counsel, Employment
Refer job# RLXU144714
 
Senior Counsel, Employment The candidate will provide day-to-day legal advice and counseling on a broad range of employment issues, including hiring, compensation and benefits, wage and hour, government audits, HR practices, performance management, terminations, and others as requested. Oversee employment litigation working closely with the Companys litigation group, including responding to subpoenas, handling EEOC charges and state-level equivalent charges, Department of Labor issues, government inquiries, and workers compensation claims. Conduct and/or support internal and external investigations of complaints concerning violation of Company policies, laws and regulations. Monitor and interpret changes to and trends in government and legislative matters at the federal, state, and local level related to employment law issues. Determine company impact and advise legal management accordingly. Recommend and implement specific company responses to changes in governmental and legislative policies. Conduct legal research and draft corresponding documents and memos. Provide legal interpretations of laws and regulations. Draft and review legal documents and review proposed transactions to ensure maximum benefit to the corporation and minimum risk. Draft internal policies and assist with monitoring policy compliance. Render assistance and counsel to other departments, as assigned, on the meaning and application of the companys policies and procedures to ensure compliance with applicable law and consistency with company philosophy and goals. Research and evaluate risks relative to operational policies and processes. Assist HR in periodic review of employment-related policies and procedures. Perform independent special projects of a legal and confidential nature for the department or company, as assigned.

The candidate must have a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Member of a state Bar in good standing and eligible to register as in-house counsel in state of residence is essential. Must have 7-10 years' experience and demonstrated competence as a practicing attorney in employment law. Experience working with Employee Relations and HR as a partner and resource is needed. Direct experience with employment-related laws concerning discrimination, harassment, compensation, benefits, accommodations/ leaves of absence, union/labor relations implications and workplace safety is essential.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SAUU144715
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Ensure timely, cost effective delivery of quality legal advice and counsel to support internal clients on a broad range of domestic and international legal issues. Establish and maintain relationships with key internal stakeholders to ensure proactive legal involvement and solicitation of assistance. Participate in litigation matters and investigations as required. Advise management on legal matters in order to safeguard the organization against legal liability. Manage outside counsel when retained to (i) respond to high demand for legal services, (ii) address issues requiring special expertise and (iii) represent the Groups interests in litigation. Includes evaluating and developing strategy with respect to complex issues and resolving disputes through negotiation or litigation while minimizing adverse publicity and monetary exposure, maximizing recovery and preserving on-going business relationships with customers, vendors and other third parties. Adapting to the requirements of the Group and its stakeholders, including responding to and addressing the needs and requirements of other team members. Support Business Units, Functions and Regions with legal advice and representation necessary to achieve business objectives and minimize risk. Manage external legal counsel to ensure that the companys interests are protected and costs minimized. Deliver improved policies, procedures or documents aligned to the objectives of the Group Legal strategic work plan, striving for best practices. Provide timely, accurate, cost effective and well-organized advice to business clients within the Group. Support Code of Conduct compliance functions, in terms of policy setting, training, enforcement, and internal investigations. engage with business clients and become an integral part of the business and commercial processes of the Company.

Qualifications: JD degree from accredited law school; admission to state Bar associations, as required. 2-4 years of broad-based legal experience in law firm or corporate law department. Licensed to practice law in the State of Arizona or admissible based on in-house counsel admission rules. Advanced analytical, problem solving, decision making and coping skills. Strong understanding of corporate business needs, including finance and risk management. Strong oral and written communication skills including the ability to articulate complicated issues in a manner that others can understand. Outstanding interpersonal skills including the ability to interact effectively with global clients and customers. Advanced negotiation and project management skills. Global or regional work experience. Native Level English: Reading, Writing, and Speaking. Second Language Preferred, with a strong preference for Chinese, Hindi, German, Japanese or Spanish. Additional Bar Admission Preferred: a European Union jurisdiction, India, China, or a LTAM country. MBA or other advanced degree. Computer Programming Skills.
 
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Attorney, Legal And Compliance
Refer job# WFRY144723
 
Attorney, Legal and Compliance The candidate will be responsible for providing advice, guidance and opinions in all areas of regulatory and legal compliance affecting the Companies products, policies and procedures. The Attorney would provide assistance to the Vice President of Legal and Compliance in managing a comprehensive range of compliance, regulatory and legal services for group and its affiliates. The Attorneys primary job will be legal research, insurance policy research and development, keeping apprised of changes in the law, and assisting in the compliance process. Perform thorough and detailed legal research on applicable topics, providing guidance to various business partners. Assist in all areas of compliance including- being aware of changes in the law, assist in implementing changes, and updating internal policies and procedures. Provide legal support to minimize legal risk and ensure compliance on regulatory matters. Research and answer business operation questions. Assist in legislative bill screening. Aid in establishing policies and procedures consistent with established legal principles and requirements. Monitors and maintains current knowledge in legal and compliance matters relating to the insurance industry and pursues ongoing professional development to maintain current knowledge on best practices. Assist in coordinating regulatory compliance matters and ensures internal support as needed. Performs similar job-related duties as assigned.

The candidate must be Graduate of an accredited law school. Should have admission to the State Bar of Arizona or be able to qualify for In-House Counsel Admission. Experience in the Insurance Industry, Life and Health experience a plus. 2-4 year of legal practice is required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to simplify complex legal concepts in clear and concise communication to business staff. Should have outstanding research and legal analytical skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Intellectual Property Attorney
Refer job# QIUK144725
 
Intellectual Property Attorney The candidate will advise and counsel business clients on various IP matters involving copyrights, patents, trademarks, and trade secrets. Draft, negotiate, interpret and advise on IP related agreements, such as non-disclosure agreements and technology license agreements, and IP provisions in commercial agreements. Assist with intellectual property protection and strategy, offensively and defensively. Assist with management of intellectual property portfolio. Assist in managing invention disclosures, including identifying and evaluating inventions to determine patentability, and coordinate with outside counsel in drafting, filing and prosecuting patent applications before the USPTO. Support product clearance activities. Assist in providing IP training to internal business clients. Review company documents and advise business clients on compliance with brand standards and trademark policies. Support the companys commitment to protect the integrity and confidentiality of systems and data.

The candidate must be a Juris Doctor from accredited law school. Admission to a State Bar and USPTO is necessary. 2+ years' in-house or corporate IP experience is needed. Strong presentation skills and excellent written and verbal communication skills are critical. Strong interpersonal and collaborative skills to build partnerships and alliances internally and with external partners at all levels of the organization are essential. Additional related education and/or experience is preferred.
 
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Part-Time Compliance Attorney
Refer job# FURQ144640
 
Part-Time Compliance Attorney The candidate will assist with company legal compliance obligations relating to federal and state leave of absence laws, disability plans, and disability accommodation laws. Will respond to subpoenas and records requests in connection with legal and/or agency matters. Track and analyze developments in leave of absence, disability, pregnancy, and accommodation laws, state and federal. Prepare internal and external communications about leave and accommodation compliance developments. Review and update Canadian leave law materials. Follow state paid family and medical leave law developments and assist with development of internal and external materials. Respond to internal questions about challenging leave, disability, and accommodation claims. Write compliance-related internal procedures and communications. Write external/client/broker communications about compliance developments & best practices (blog, specific client issues, etc.). Prepare presentation materials for industry, clients, brokers, internal training. Develop and/or update internal materials (forms, letters, training). Additional duties as assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Must be Admitted to Bar in at least one state. Must have 2-4 years of legal experience. Must have experience with FMLA, ADA, and/or general employment law. Experience with litigation and/or subpoena responses a plus. Must have excellent writing skills in a variety of contexts, including: Interpreting legal information into layman's terms for client communications, blog, etc; Drafting internal processes and procedures for staff based on legal requirements ; Preparing compliance-related training materials for Matrix employees and clients. Must be skilled on Westlaw (preferred) and/or Lexis/Nexis, and general internet research. Skilled with Microsoft Word; PowerPoint and Excel a plus. Deadline : 19-July-2019.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Legal Counsel - Privacy
Refer job# XRFS144627
 
Senior Legal Counsel - Privacy The candidate will serve as a key subject matter expert and advisor to firm's lawyers and business units on privacy and data protection issues in commercial negotiations. Draft and negotiate the privacy and data protection aspects of complex agreements ranging from professional services, development, and supplier agreements with various merchants, partners and vendors. Advise firm's Human Resources (HR) senior leaders and operational teams on matters involving the processing of employee personal data to help maintain compliant privacy and data protection practices across the global HR function. Provide training to legal colleagues to help them advise their clients regarding privacy and data protection issues in commercial and HR matters, as well as develop and maintain guidelines, playbooks, templated terms, and other resources. Help to ensure adherence to global privacy and data protection laws, while enabling the development and execution of business initiatives. Coordinate with regional lawyers to evaluate and, where appropriate, help design products, services and technologies for compliance with local data privacy regulations. Collaborate with Compliance colleagues, the Global Privacy Office and firm'ss International Data Protection Officer (DPO) to develop, enhance and implement the firm's Global Privacy Framework in markets where firm's operates. Support the Global Privacy Office in the continued development and implementation of the Data Privacy Impact Assessment program. Advise on new and emerging legal and regulatory developments impacting data privacy and data security, including identifying trends and potential impacts on business activities. Understand and advise on the privacy and data protection legal requirements applicable to complex data flows across the data lifecycle. Collaborate and coordinate with government relations teams to proactively monitor and review privacy and data-protection related legislation in order to help ensure accurate and up-to-date inventories of all legal obligations.

The candidate must have deep, demonstrable privacy, data protection, and program management skills and expertise, with an emphasis on financial and/or employee privacy laws. Specific experience with privacy and data protection laws, including GLBA, CCPA, LGPD, CAN-SPAM, HIPAA, GDPR, e-Privacy Directive, and other applicable laws is required. Should have experience providing risk-based and pragmatic resolution of outstanding privacy and data protection aspects of commercial negotiations, leveraging in a quick, concise and commercially focused legal advice. Must have in-depth knowledge of cutting-edge IT, web, mobile, and payment ecosystem technologies (especially those used in the collection, storage and analysis of data) and their privacy and data security implications. Should have familiarity with, and strong interest in, financial services technology, mobile and alternative payments, as well as emerging technology. Must have ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and to tolerate change and ambiguity. Should have demonstrated ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team, to effectively coach and mentor others (including non-attorneys), and a sense of humor and resiliency, especially under tight deadlines and while managing multiple priorities. Must have 7+ years of experience practicing either in-house (or in an equivalent setting) or at a reputable law firm. Must have Juris Doctorate degree or equivalent degree. Should be admitted to a state bar. Must have exceptional writing skills, with attention to detail and ability to generate creative original drafted documents. Should have excellent communication and presentation skills; ability to communicate and help non-experts understand applicable regulations and requirements. Experience advising clients in the financial services, mobile payments, internet and technology industries preferred. Relevant technical certifications, such as a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) or other relevant certifications preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# GXDC144470
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide internal legal support to the Progress Residential team and will report to the Associate General Counsel. Responsibilities include to commercial contract drafting, review and negotiation, assistance with real estate contracts, leases and agreements, supervision of entity management and formation, and assistance with corporate governance matters, closings of financing and other transactions, legal compliance and employment matters. Provides counsel and guidance to all Progress Residential functional departments. Works closely with business stakeholders and paralegals. Assist Associate General Counsel in management and use of outside counsel on various transactional and litigation matters. Assist in providing advice and mitigation strategies related to employment matters and assist Human Resources on day-to-day employment issues. Assist in addressing various legal issues associated with residential property management, including landlord/tenant and property disputes. Provide legal analysis, strategy, and solutions for various business activities in a legally sound manner that balances risks with achievement of the companys business goals and objectives. Provide assistance and advice to stakeholders in various departments and locations of the company. Draft, negotiate, and review general corporate contracts, including transactional documents, vendor and license agreements, employment agreements, confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements, and consulting services agreements. Manage contract process, including drafting, negotiation, review and interpretation of company contracts. Manage contract approval and execution process for company contracts and maintain standard form. Supervise corporate entity formation and management. Assist with corporate governance matters. Assist in closings of transactions, including securitizations and other financing and commercial transactions.

The candidate should have JD degree and admitted to the practice of law in at least one state. Must have 5+ years of generalist legal experience at a top law firm or from an in-house corporate setting. Knowledge of general corporate matters and contract law, with knowledge of real estate finance and acquisition, residential real estate and property management preferred. Experience managing outside counsel and corporate filings is a plus.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OOXF144471
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be primarily responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a wide variety of commercial contracts, including master services agreements, statements of work, amendments, supplier- and vendor-facing service agreements, licensing agreements, marketing agreements, purchase agreements and other contracts to support the companys business. Will also be responsible for other legal services and advice as needed based on companys diverse and evolving needs. Draft, review, negotiate and close a wide variety of commercial contracts with the companys clients, suppliers, strategic partners and vendors. Work closely with business partners in Sales, Marketing, IT, Service Delivery and other organizations within company to successfully close transactions in a manner consistent with companys policies and best interests. Provide other legal services and advice to the company as needed.

The candidate should be a graduate of an accredited American law school and currently licensed to practice law in the employees state of residence. Must have 4+ years of relevant experience as a commercial transactions attorney in private practice, in-house, or preferably a mix of both. Experience supporting an internal sales organization is strongly preferred. Experience working for a tech company desired. Experience handling intellectual property and professional technology issues an asset. Fluency in Spanish a plus.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# XSFO144479
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be primarily responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a wide variety of commercial contracts, including master services agreements, statements of work, amendments, supplier- and vendor-facing service agreements, licensing agreements, marketing agreements, purchase agreements and other contracts to support the companys business. Will draft, review, negotiate and close a wide variety of commercial contracts with the companys clients, suppliers, strategic partners and vendors. Work closely with business partners in Sales, Marketing, IT, Service Delivery and other organizations within company to successfully close transactions in a manner consistent with companys policies and best interests. Provide other legal services and advice to the company as needed.

The candidate should be a graduate of an accredited American law school and currently licensed to practice law in the state of residence. Must have 4+ years of relevant experience as a commercial transactions attorney in private practice, in-house, or preferably a mix of both. Experience supporting an internal sales organization strongly preferred. Experience working for a tech company preferred. Experience handling intellectual property and professional technology issues is desired. Experience working remotely from a home office a plus. Fluency in Spanish a plus.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VLVQ144404
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will review, revise, draft, and/or other otherwise assist with legal documents in various areas including, without limitation, the following: Franchising; Purchasing and Distribution; Licensing; NDAs; Real Estate; Review, revise, and draft Federal Disclosure Documents in connection with all of the companies brands; Assist with corporate governance and all related issues; Assist with corporate mergers and acquisition transactions including conducting due diligence and drafting IOIs, LOIs, and purchase agreements/ancillary agreements related thereto. J.D. from accredited law school required. Active member of the Arizona bar is required. Should have 2-4 years of experience practicing law. Prior in-house experience preferred.
 
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