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Contracts Counsel

Scottsdale AZ Contracts Counsel The candidate will work with a geographically spread-out team to get smart deals done. Will help with compliance, or disputes, or management presentations. Help set up new processes. Review and improve suggested playbooks. Must have a J.D. degree with 1-2 years of experience. Should preferably have experience in negotiating software licenses and SaaS agreements. Experience with some past litigation or compliance projects is a plus. Strong negotiation skills with a proven track record of successfully negotiating complex deals and understanding software licenses and/or cloud computing required. Legal 1 - 2 Full-time 2021-09-25

Litigation Counsel

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

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Must have 4+ years of broad litigation experience at a law firm or in-house, handling complex commercial litigation, including class action litigation, alternative dispute resolution and pre-litigation disputes. Must be familiar with e-discovery issues, including document retention procedures; collection, review, and production of documents; and third-party subpoena compliance. Prior in-house experience at a technology or sharing economy company is a plus. Experience with antitrust law, employment law, intellectual property or consumer class actions is desired.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-23

Corporate Attorney

Phoenix AZ Corporate Attorney Duties: Provide a broad range of practical legal advice on primarily transactional matters, including contracts, equipment finance, securities, governance, regulatory, compliance, and from time-to-time, litigation management. Review, draft, and negotiate a variety of commercial contracts. Oversee, as appropriate, required regulatory reporting, including DOT, SEC, and others. Assist with governance processes, including the meticulous drafting and review of resolutions, minutes, and other corporate secretary duties. Oversee and creatively improve the company's ESG processes. Review and respond to regulator inquiries, including attorneys general, DOT, and other regulatory agencies. Assist with management of company securities, including management of the company's equity plan and compliance matters. May manage some or all aspects of affirmative and defensive litigation and arbitrations involving the company; provide legal counsel in connection with internal investigations and responses to government inquiries; and provide legal advice on complex and sensitive matters regarding various laws.

Requirements: JD Degree. State bar membership in at least one state with immediate eligibility to be licensed in Arizona. 2+ years of high-level corporate and transactional experience (either law firm or in-house). Commitment to the highest level of legal work-product and standards. Proven success in collaborating across a matrixed business and legal environment. Proven ability to work at a high level of responsiveness to meet the needs of business partners. Self-starting, problem solving, and real-time solution-minded approach to collaboration and achieving business objectives. Excellent and persuasive writing and drafting skills. Proven ability to manage workload with minimal oversight. Commitment to understanding the airline industry and Mesa's unique position and opportunities. Commitment to corporate values, including the advancement of inclusion and diversity principles.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-22

Securities Attorney

Tempe AZ Securities Attorney Responsibilities: Provide support for, among other things, corporate and securities matters including '34 Act and other securities laws compliance, corporate governance and Board of Director support, strategic transactions (including M&A, divestitures, joint ventures, and equity investments), stock plan administration, and executive compensation. Assume significant responsibility for and advise business personnel and senior management on: Securities law and SEC reporting and compliance matters, including earnings press releases, insider trading, periodic reports, Section 16 reporting, proxy statements and annual reports, disclosure advice, and investor relations, corporate finance, treasury and communications support; Corporate governance matters including support of the Board of Directors and its Committees, corporate governance policies and procedures, stock listing compliance and matters of interest to the company's stockholders; Merger, acquisition and divestiture transactions, including confidentiality agreements, due diligence, negotiation and drafting of term sheets and definitive agreements, antitrust issues, closing mechanics and integration support; Executive compensation and broad-based equity compensation matters, including equity compensation plans, cash incentive plans, the long-term performance program, compensation and governance policies; General corporate matters including subsidiary maintenance and inter-company transactions; Staying up-to-date and keeping executives advised on external governance trends, SEC issues, general legal issues and best practices; Working actively with internal clients in Human Resources, Tax, Finance and Stock Admin, as well as senior executive team members.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree. Membership in at least one State Bar, preferably in California or New York. 4+ years of corporate and securities experience, including substantive law firm experience. Prior in-house corporate law experience with a global company is a plus. Strong experience in corporate governance (including Board and Committee support and Delaware corporate law), SEC reporting, proxy statements and annual meetings, Section 16, and compensation and benefits (including equity compensation). Hands-on solution-oriented experience in most, if not all, of the substantive areas described above. Ability to manage a large number and variety of mission-critical projects, working independently and often in an ambiguous environment utilizing sound and practical business judgment as well as common sense. Team player who can effectively work with and manage paralegals, assistants, and business clients cooperatively and efficiently. Highest standards of ethics and professional integrity with rigorous attention to detail and organization. High degree of accountability, self-motivation and drive and thrive in a dynamic work environment. Responsive, approachable, and collaborative work style with the ability to assess both legal risks and business impact of decisions. Professional demeanor. Ability to work directly with, and exercise sound judgment advising, executives on complex matters with persuasiveness and confidence.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-20

Corporate Counsel - Technology Transactions

Chandler AZ Corporate Counsel - Technology Transactions The candidate will draft, redline, and negotiate technology and software development and license contracts, including cross-patent licenses, and cloud vendor and Saas agreements with data privacy terms, and related compliance matters. May support the Company's engagement with technology consortiums and IP audits by vendors. Must be a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school and licensed to practice law in a U.S. state. Undergraduate B.S. in engineering or sciences, B.A. Business or similar degree highly desired. Excellent academic credentials. Must have 3 years prior law firm experience focused on IP/technology transactions. Experience drafting (as primary drafter) and negotiating technology contracts, and a strong understanding of intellectual property rights, required. Data privacy experience and familiarity of GDPR requirements preferred. Prior experience representing manufacturing, semiconductor, or other high technology companies preferred. Should have strong interpersonal skills necessary to communicate with and follow instructions effectively from a diverse group of attorneys, staff, and internal clients. Excellent written and verbal communications skills are essential. Strong organizational skills and follow-through required. Computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite, e-mail, and internet) are required. Must have high attention to detail, ability to explain IP and technology contract-related issues in a clear and concise manner, and excel at proofreading typed material for contextual, grammatical, typographical errors, organization, and use of the correct contracting entity. Should be a flexible self-starter and proactive problem-solver who can work independently while handling significant, direct client contact. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-20

Government Contracts Attorney

Phoenix AZ 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

Corporate Ip Counsel

Phoenix AZ Corporate IP Counsel Duties: Develop and implement evolving corporate intellectual property strategy. Actively manage the invention disclosure process for inventions from the Company's engineering community, including by participating in patent committees, supervising outside counsel in the drafting and prosecution of new patent filings, and so forth. Perform competitive analysis and landscape studies related to the company's products. Conduct new product clearance activities including non-infringement and invalidity analyses. Assist with a wide variety of other intellectual property matters including IP litigation support, drafting and negotiating IP agreements, mergers and acquisition diligence, patent monetization, portfolio analytics, budgeting, and so forth.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree from an A.B.A. accredited Law School. Membership with at least one State Bar. Admission to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. A Bachelor's or higher Degree in Electrical Engineering or physics, preferably with a strong technical background involving integrated circuits, semiconductor device physics, and semiconductor manufacturing technologies. 3+ years of experience as a patent attorney. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with both technical and non-technical audiences.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-15

Corporate Counsel

Tempe AZ Corporate Counsel The candidate will partner with business teams to review, negotiate and draft a variety of commercial agreements including procurement, supplier, license, software, real estate, strategic and other agreements. Will assist in the administration and resolution of legal issues and contract interpretation matters that arise in existing commercial relationships. Support merger & acquisition activity across the organization. Participate in strategic projects, financings, transactions, and initiatives, as well as provide support in general corporate matters. Help manage IP portfolio. Help manage IP-based takedowns. Assist and support product teams in connection with the launch of new products. Work closely with departmental leadership to support business initiatives. Provide quick, concise, and practical legal advice consistent with Shutterfly's business objectives. Assist with a wide variety of other matters that are part of the work of an in-house attorney and perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have 3 years of relevant legal experience, with some prior in-house experience and some experience at a top-tier firm preferred. Must have J.D. from an accredited law school with an excellent academic record. Must be a Member in good standing of State Bar. Must have strong oral and written communication and interpersonal/relationship-building skills, including the ability to communicate legal considerations to non-lawyers.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-13

Assistant General Counsel (equipment Finance)

Scottsdale AZ Assistant General Counsel (Equipment Finance) Duties: Providing legal counsel and advice to management and staff regarding the brokering of business-purpose loans and leases and soliciting and/or brokering non-real estate secured consumer loans. Providing legal counsel and advice to management and staff regarding operations and initiatives within the payment processing industry. Providing legal counsel and advice to management and staff within other areas handled by the Legal Department, including contracts, intellectual property, litigation, corporate governance, and other legal matters relevant to company operations. Developing and executing legal processes handled by the Legal Department. Performing legal research and providing legal advice in association with business operations and initiatives. Assisting with legal projects and initiatives. Overseeing outside counsel (as needed) to assist with legal matters related to the company's U.S. and international operations. Perform such other related duties as may arise from time to time in support of the efforts of the Legal Department and the company.

Qualifications: A JD Degree from an accredited law school and a valid license to practice law in the State of Nebraska or Arizona. 3+ years of legal practice experience at a large law firm or in-house legal department. Demonstrated ability to draft and negotiate a broad range of contractual agreements, and provide advice on employment matters, intellectual property issues and general corporate matters. Exemplary written and oral communications skills, including the ability to summarize issues and the means to address them. Self-starter with strong motivation and sense of ownership. Outstanding attention to detail, multi-tasking, time management, and organizational skills. Ability to quickly prioritize and meet critical and sometimes competing deadlines. Ability to exercise discretion in handling confidential and sensitive matters.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-11

Attorney, Senior Director Corporate, M&a, And Securities

Phoenix AZ Attorney, Senior Director - Corporate, M&A, and Securities Responsibilities: Reporting to the Vice President, Corporate, Securities and Compliance, the Senior Director, Corporate, M&A and Securities will, in close collaboration with the Senior Vice President and Assistant General Counsel and the Vice President, Corporate, Securities and Compliance, be responsible for (1) leading ON's merger, acquisition and divestiture transactions, (2) coordinating and overseeing the Company's efforts with respect to the Company's reporting obligations under U.S. securities laws, and (3) advising the Company's management team and board of directors regarding corporate governance matters. Works with the executive team on M&A activity, as well as joint ventures and other potential investments, both domestic and international. Legal due diligence, preparation and negotiation of transactions documents and the supervision of outside legal experts. Oversees compliance with 1933 Act and 1934 Act rules and regulations and stock exchange listing standards. Assists on Company financing matters, including leading in negotiations, structuring, drafting and review of debt instruments and the Company's credit agreements. Manages the Company's corporate governance function, including board and committee operations, and advises the Company's management team with respect to disclosure matters and corporate law requirements. Advises on executive compensation matters and oversees preparation of executive and director compensation documentation, including equity compensation. Assists with planning and executing on the Company's Annual Stockholder Meeting. Staying current with laws, rulings and regulations applicable to the company and industry, undertaking legal research, coordinating with other corporate counsel, managing outside counsel scope and budget. Supervises the work of the Company's corporate team, including managing direct reports and overseeing training and development. Promotes best practices at a corporate level.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and current bar admission in at least one U.S. state is required. Experience working with senior business, finance and tax executives, including, for example, corporate development, treasury, internal audit and compliance team members. Experience advising technology clients. Significant, demonstrated and extensive experience with SEC, transactional and financing activities. 8-10 years of corporate and securities (must include 34 Act Reporting) experience in a leading law firm or a combination of a law firm and public company in-house practice. A combination of law firm and public company law department experience is highly preferred. Ability to apply sound legal strategies to complex issues. Experience managing a team. Must be a team player with a strong customer-service focus, good work ethic and responsive attitude. Ability to organize, prioritize and manage deadlines for a large volume of complex assignments in a fast-paced work environment. Ability to work effectively both in teams and independently, manage multiple projects, make effective decisions and collaborate with clients. Ability to lead and manage outside counsel in regards to corporate governance, securities and transactional matters. Integrity and the highest of ethical standards. A professional demeanor and the maturity to interact with senior executives. Excellent analytical, oral and written communication skills.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-09
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Contracts Counsel
Refer job# VPTZ162334
 
Contracts Counsel The candidate will work with a geographically spread-out team to get smart deals done. Will help with compliance, or disputes, or management presentations. Help set up new processes. Review and improve suggested playbooks. Must have a J.D. degree with 1-2 years of experience. Should preferably have experience in negotiating software licenses and SaaS agreements. Experience with some past litigation or compliance projects is a plus. Strong negotiation skills with a proven track record of successfully negotiating complex deals and understanding software licenses and/or cloud computing required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Litigation Counsel
Refer job# LFKM162142
 
Litigation Counsel The candidate will manage a broad portfolio of litigation and pre-litigation matters in multiple practice areas and in all jurisdictions in which operates. Will take a hands-on approach to all facets of litigation, including responding to subpoenas and discovery requests, drafting and revising legal briefs, interviewing witnesses, preparing witnesses for testimony, and negotiating and drafting settlements. Manage all aspects of outside counsel relationships, including staffing, litigation strategy, work product, and budgets. Advise collaborators to address and resolve potential disputes to support our goals. Create scalable processes to help support a growing business.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Must have 4+ years of broad litigation experience at a law firm or in-house, handling complex commercial litigation, including class action litigation, alternative dispute resolution and pre-litigation disputes. Must be familiar with e-discovery issues, including document retention procedures; collection, review, and production of documents; and third-party subpoena compliance. Prior in-house experience at a technology or sharing economy company is a plus. Experience with antitrust law, employment law, intellectual property or consumer class actions is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Attorney
Refer job# AEGU162089
 
Corporate Attorney Duties: Provide a broad range of practical legal advice on primarily transactional matters, including contracts, equipment finance, securities, governance, regulatory, compliance, and from time-to-time, litigation management. Review, draft, and negotiate a variety of commercial contracts. Oversee, as appropriate, required regulatory reporting, including DOT, SEC, and others. Assist with governance processes, including the meticulous drafting and review of resolutions, minutes, and other corporate secretary duties. Oversee and creatively improve the company's ESG processes. Review and respond to regulator inquiries, including attorneys general, DOT, and other regulatory agencies. Assist with management of company securities, including management of the company's equity plan and compliance matters. May manage some or all aspects of affirmative and defensive litigation and arbitrations involving the company; provide legal counsel in connection with internal investigations and responses to government inquiries; and provide legal advice on complex and sensitive matters regarding various laws.

Requirements: JD Degree. State bar membership in at least one state with immediate eligibility to be licensed in Arizona. 2+ years of high-level corporate and transactional experience (either law firm or in-house). Commitment to the highest level of legal work-product and standards. Proven success in collaborating across a matrixed business and legal environment. Proven ability to work at a high level of responsiveness to meet the needs of business partners. Self-starting, problem solving, and real-time solution-minded approach to collaboration and achieving business objectives. Excellent and persuasive writing and drafting skills. Proven ability to manage workload with minimal oversight. Commitment to understanding the airline industry and Mesa's unique position and opportunities. Commitment to corporate values, including the advancement of inclusion and diversity principles.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Securities Attorney
Refer job# WSEZ162018
 
Securities Attorney Responsibilities: Provide support for, among other things, corporate and securities matters including '34 Act and other securities laws compliance, corporate governance and Board of Director support, strategic transactions (including M&A, divestitures, joint ventures, and equity investments), stock plan administration, and executive compensation. Assume significant responsibility for and advise business personnel and senior management on: Securities law and SEC reporting and compliance matters, including earnings press releases, insider trading, periodic reports, Section 16 reporting, proxy statements and annual reports, disclosure advice, and investor relations, corporate finance, treasury and communications support; Corporate governance matters including support of the Board of Directors and its Committees, corporate governance policies and procedures, stock listing compliance and matters of interest to the company's stockholders; Merger, acquisition and divestiture transactions, including confidentiality agreements, due diligence, negotiation and drafting of term sheets and definitive agreements, antitrust issues, closing mechanics and integration support; Executive compensation and broad-based equity compensation matters, including equity compensation plans, cash incentive plans, the long-term performance program, compensation and governance policies; General corporate matters including subsidiary maintenance and inter-company transactions; Staying up-to-date and keeping executives advised on external governance trends, SEC issues, general legal issues and best practices; Working actively with internal clients in Human Resources, Tax, Finance and Stock Admin, as well as senior executive team members.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree. Membership in at least one State Bar, preferably in California or New York. 4+ years of corporate and securities experience, including substantive law firm experience. Prior in-house corporate law experience with a global company is a plus. Strong experience in corporate governance (including Board and Committee support and Delaware corporate law), SEC reporting, proxy statements and annual meetings, Section 16, and compensation and benefits (including equity compensation). Hands-on solution-oriented experience in most, if not all, of the substantive areas described above. Ability to manage a large number and variety of mission-critical projects, working independently and often in an ambiguous environment utilizing sound and practical business judgment as well as common sense. Team player who can effectively work with and manage paralegals, assistants, and business clients cooperatively and efficiently. Highest standards of ethics and professional integrity with rigorous attention to detail and organization. High degree of accountability, self-motivation and drive and thrive in a dynamic work environment. Responsive, approachable, and collaborative work style with the ability to assess both legal risks and business impact of decisions. Professional demeanor. Ability to work directly with, and exercise sound judgment advising, executives on complex matters with persuasiveness and confidence.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Technology Transactions
Refer job# MROS162029
 
Corporate Counsel - Technology Transactions The candidate will draft, redline, and negotiate technology and software development and license contracts, including cross-patent licenses, and cloud vendor and Saas agreements with data privacy terms, and related compliance matters. May support the Company's engagement with technology consortiums and IP audits by vendors. Must be a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school and licensed to practice law in a U.S. state. Undergraduate B.S. in engineering or sciences, B.A. Business or similar degree highly desired. Excellent academic credentials. Must have 3 years prior law firm experience focused on IP/technology transactions. Experience drafting (as primary drafter) and negotiating technology contracts, and a strong understanding of intellectual property rights, required. Data privacy experience and familiarity of GDPR requirements preferred. Prior experience representing manufacturing, semiconductor, or other high technology companies preferred. Should have strong interpersonal skills necessary to communicate with and follow instructions effectively from a diverse group of attorneys, staff, and internal clients. Excellent written and verbal communications skills are essential. Strong organizational skills and follow-through required. Computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite, e-mail, and internet) are required. Must have high attention to detail, ability to explain IP and technology contract-related issues in a clear and concise manner, and excel at proofreading typed material for contextual, grammatical, typographical errors, organization, and use of the correct contracting entity. Should be a flexible self-starter and proactive problem-solver who can work independently while handling significant, direct client contact.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Government Contracts Attorney
Refer job# SKMZ162064
 
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.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Ip Counsel
Refer job# OQYC161816
 
Corporate IP Counsel Duties: Develop and implement evolving corporate intellectual property strategy. Actively manage the invention disclosure process for inventions from the Company's engineering community, including by participating in patent committees, supervising outside counsel in the drafting and prosecution of new patent filings, and so forth. Perform competitive analysis and landscape studies related to the company's products. Conduct new product clearance activities including non-infringement and invalidity analyses. Assist with a wide variety of other intellectual property matters including IP litigation support, drafting and negotiating IP agreements, mergers and acquisition diligence, patent monetization, portfolio analytics, budgeting, and so forth.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree from an A.B.A. accredited Law School. Membership with at least one State Bar. Admission to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. A Bachelor's or higher Degree in Electrical Engineering or physics, preferably with a strong technical background involving integrated circuits, semiconductor device physics, and semiconductor manufacturing technologies. 3+ years of experience as a patent attorney. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with both technical and non-technical audiences.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# DAGS161755
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will partner with business teams to review, negotiate and draft a variety of commercial agreements including procurement, supplier, license, software, real estate, strategic and other agreements. Will assist in the administration and resolution of legal issues and contract interpretation matters that arise in existing commercial relationships. Support merger & acquisition activity across the organization. Participate in strategic projects, financings, transactions, and initiatives, as well as provide support in general corporate matters. Help manage IP portfolio. Help manage IP-based takedowns. Assist and support product teams in connection with the launch of new products. Work closely with departmental leadership to support business initiatives. Provide quick, concise, and practical legal advice consistent with Shutterfly's business objectives. Assist with a wide variety of other matters that are part of the work of an in-house attorney and perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have 3 years of relevant legal experience, with some prior in-house experience and some experience at a top-tier firm preferred. Must have J.D. from an accredited law school with an excellent academic record. Must be a Member in good standing of State Bar. Must have strong oral and written communication and interpersonal/relationship-building skills, including the ability to communicate legal considerations to non-lawyers.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel (equipment Finance)
Refer job# HUFH161720
 
Assistant General Counsel (Equipment Finance) Duties: Providing legal counsel and advice to management and staff regarding the brokering of business-purpose loans and leases and soliciting and/or brokering non-real estate secured consumer loans. Providing legal counsel and advice to management and staff regarding operations and initiatives within the payment processing industry. Providing legal counsel and advice to management and staff within other areas handled by the Legal Department, including contracts, intellectual property, litigation, corporate governance, and other legal matters relevant to company operations. Developing and executing legal processes handled by the Legal Department. Performing legal research and providing legal advice in association with business operations and initiatives. Assisting with legal projects and initiatives. Overseeing outside counsel (as needed) to assist with legal matters related to the company's U.S. and international operations. Perform such other related duties as may arise from time to time in support of the efforts of the Legal Department and the company.

Qualifications: A JD Degree from an accredited law school and a valid license to practice law in the State of Nebraska or Arizona. 3+ years of legal practice experience at a large law firm or in-house legal department. Demonstrated ability to draft and negotiate a broad range of contractual agreements, and provide advice on employment matters, intellectual property issues and general corporate matters. Exemplary written and oral communications skills, including the ability to summarize issues and the means to address them. Self-starter with strong motivation and sense of ownership. Outstanding attention to detail, multi-tasking, time management, and organizational skills. Ability to quickly prioritize and meet critical and sometimes competing deadlines. Ability to exercise discretion in handling confidential and sensitive matters.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Attorney, Senior Director Corporate, M&a, And Securities
Refer job# XURV161670
 
Attorney, Senior Director - Corporate, M&A, and Securities Responsibilities: Reporting to the Vice President, Corporate, Securities and Compliance, the Senior Director, Corporate, M&A and Securities will, in close collaboration with the Senior Vice President and Assistant General Counsel and the Vice President, Corporate, Securities and Compliance, be responsible for (1) leading ON's merger, acquisition and divestiture transactions, (2) coordinating and overseeing the Company's efforts with respect to the Company's reporting obligations under U.S. securities laws, and (3) advising the Company's management team and board of directors regarding corporate governance matters. Works with the executive team on M&A activity, as well as joint ventures and other potential investments, both domestic and international. Legal due diligence, preparation and negotiation of transactions documents and the supervision of outside legal experts. Oversees compliance with 1933 Act and 1934 Act rules and regulations and stock exchange listing standards. Assists on Company financing matters, including leading in negotiations, structuring, drafting and review of debt instruments and the Company's credit agreements. Manages the Company's corporate governance function, including board and committee operations, and advises the Company's management team with respect to disclosure matters and corporate law requirements. Advises on executive compensation matters and oversees preparation of executive and director compensation documentation, including equity compensation. Assists with planning and executing on the Company's Annual Stockholder Meeting. Staying current with laws, rulings and regulations applicable to the company and industry, undertaking legal research, coordinating with other corporate counsel, managing outside counsel scope and budget. Supervises the work of the Company's corporate team, including managing direct reports and overseeing training and development. Promotes best practices at a corporate level.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and current bar admission in at least one U.S. state is required. Experience working with senior business, finance and tax executives, including, for example, corporate development, treasury, internal audit and compliance team members. Experience advising technology clients. Significant, demonstrated and extensive experience with SEC, transactional and financing activities. 8-10 years of corporate and securities (must include 34 Act Reporting) experience in a leading law firm or a combination of a law firm and public company in-house practice. A combination of law firm and public company law department experience is highly preferred. Ability to apply sound legal strategies to complex issues. Experience managing a team. Must be a team player with a strong customer-service focus, good work ethic and responsive attitude. Ability to organize, prioritize and manage deadlines for a large volume of complex assignments in a fast-paced work environment. Ability to work effectively both in teams and independently, manage multiple projects, make effective decisions and collaborate with clients. Ability to lead and manage outside counsel in regards to corporate governance, securities and transactional matters. Integrity and the highest of ethical standards. A professional demeanor and the maturity to interact with senior executives. Excellent analytical, oral and written communication skills.
 
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