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Counsel, M&a And Strategic Investments-legal, Compliance And Public Policy

New York City NY Counsel, M&A and Strategic Investments-Legal, Compliance and Public Policy The candidate will report to the Vice President and Associate General Counsel who covers this area. Will act as lawyer for mergers, acquisitions, minority investments, joint ventures, divestitures, integration, and other strategic initiatives in the United States and elsewhere. Responsibilities will include: Working with business teams to explore targets, negotiate and execute deals, and improve internal processes. Leading transaction teams from Legal and Compliance and coordinate with other functions. Keeping abreast of market developments and changes in the law and periodically train internal deal team members. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating definitive documents. Conducting and overseeing due diligence. Review presentations and other materials. Contributing to integration activity. Supervising outside counsel. Should have Juris Doctorate degree with strong academic record from an accredited law school. Must have 5-8 years of legal experience covering mergers and acquisitions, strategic investment and/or private equity, including experience as lead associate. Prior in-house experience preferred. Experience with international transactions ias preferred. Exceptional analytical ability and advocacy skills is essential. Excellent written and oral communication and negotiation skills is needed. Admission to the bar in the United States is essential. Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2019-02-22

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Conducting all aspects of contract drafting and lead negotiations concerning software and data licenses, SaaS product subscriptions and related service level agreements, maintenance agreements, RFPs, professional services agreements and alliance partner/subcontractor agreements, while providing support to the relevant regional MA sales and services organizations in a broad range of commercial transactions. Supporting and carrying out MAs business policies and practices, including preferred contract terms and compromise positions; gaining familiarity with and observing compliance policies such as anti-bribery, economic and trade sanctions and competition law policies; navigating privacy and information security issues relating to MAs SaaS and cloud-based products; and observing MAs revenue recognition policies in the preparation and conclusion of contracts. Explain these policies and procedures clearly to others. Working closely with outside counsel and with many of the companys other in-house lawyers, sales operations and finance staff, as well as product, support and delivery teams in the lines of business. Navigating customer bureaucracies and working to effectively close deals in a timely manner on acceptable terms to MA. Answering questions and offering professional legal advice on a wide range of issues Managing and streamlining internal processes. We value employees who exercise intiative and display creativity in solving challenges and accomplishing business objectives.

Qualifications: Law degree from top tier law school. Member of the NY Bar in good standing. Spanish fluency and ability to draft and negotiate contracts in Spanish and English. 7+ years total legal experience, of which: (i) 3+ years of which are in a law firm, with a practice focused on IP licensing/tech transactions, corporate, securities, capital markets, financial services, M&A, or other transactional based work; and (ii) the remaining years of experience are either with a law firm or with an in-house legal team, preferably with a technology, professional services or financial services company. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, and a strong team orientation; ability to communicate confidently with senior management on complex legal and contractual issues. Strong analytical and writing skills. Strong contract drafting and negotiation skills and a sound understanding of various types of software licensing and services transactions, subscription-based business models and familiarity with software revenue recognition principles. Experience negotiating contracts with Latin American clients and familiarity with region-specific legal and regulatory documentation requirements is an advantage. Experience in banking and financial services or a technology / software company is a strong plus, as are candidates who have a technical or financial background. Hard working, well organized, detail-oriented and process-driven candidates who have a demonstrated ability to manage a diverse workload under demanding deadline pressures. Preferred Qualifications: Spanish Speaking is a must.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18

Assistant General Counsel, Legal & Compliance

New York City NY Assistant General Counsel, Legal & Compliance Responsibilities: Advise senior management on outsourcing, analytics and software transactions, including providing advice and guidance on complex contract issues and appropriate risk allocation for strategic and core business transactions. Ensure that business teams understand the implications of contracts from an end-to-end perspective. Balance business and contract goals against legal, business, policy and reputational risks; have the judgment to make reasoned decisions to take appropriate risks. Must be able to defend positions and views to business team members as well as counterparties. Coordinate with other in-house counsel on issues and be able to work cooperatively as one member of a larger team. Take responsibility for the administration of all US affiliate and subsidiary entities; Mergers & Acquisitions Assist Commercial department to adopt and execute on best practices for negotiation and review of vendor agreements. Provide advice and guidance on compliance issues related to sourcing and procurement matters.

Qualifications: Graduate of a top tier law school 6-10 years of experience; ideally a combination of time with a large law firm as well as in-house experience with a focus on general corporate, business process outsourcing, technology and/or software licensing matters; Ability to prioritize and undertake mission critical tasks in a fast paced environment. Excellent communication and listening skills, and the ability to effectively communicate complex issues to senior business executives; Ability to work under limited supervision Strong organizational and project management skills; Takes ownership of issues, is highly responsive and has an action bias.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2019-02-18

Corporate Counsel, Research

New York City NY Corporate Counsel, Research Responsibilities: Lead, from beginning to end, the structuring, drafting, reviewing, negotiating and closing of corporate and commercial transactions, including services, licensing, collaboration, partnership, clinical trial, data use and consulting agreements, amendments and related documents. Partner with executive leadership on key legal matters associated with Flatirons research activities, including transactional, intellectual property, contractual, compliance and regulatory areas. Collaborate with various teams to provide strategic and legal guidance. Represent the needs and concerns when interacting with regulators, clients, vendors, and other partners. Provide creative, practical and principled legal solutions for all areas of the business. Continually review and analyze legal risks and opportunities from the changing regulatory and competitive environments. Drive compliance and regulatory risk management initiatives, including assisting all operational areas in the identification and assessment of potential risks and executing mitigating activities. Develop and maintain updated template agreements that reflect new and evolving products and services. Build training and other processes to allow Flatirons teams to execute within a clear legal and compliance framework.

Qualifications: JD Degree and member and in good standing of any State Bar. 5-7+ years of legal experience representing healthcare or life sciences companies. Ability to work independently and exercise excellent judgment. Extraordinary interpersonal skills and ability to provide sound, clear and succinct legal advice and analysis to legal and business teams in verbal and written forms. Experience with technology transactions, licensing, data use or clinical trials agreements. Ability to multi-task, work under tight time pressures, prioritize work, and react quickly to changing needs and demands in a fast-paced, high-growth environment. Demonstrated track record of being a team-player and working collaboratively. Intellectually nimble thinker and highly adaptable. Experience with compliance and regulatory issue spotting, research, analysis, and risk mitigation in the highly regulated health care or pharmaceuticals environments. Bonus Points: Trained within the life sciences or health care transactional department of a top-tier law firm. Experience working in the legal department at a life sciences company, academic medical center, health system, federal health-related and/or research grant agency, or clinical research funder or sponsor. Experience working in the legal department at a life sciences company, academic medical center, health system, federal health-related and/or research grant agency, or clinical research funder or sponsor.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-02-18

Senior Counsel, Investment Banking

New York City NY Senior Counsel, Investment Banking The candidate will work at the firm's New York office as part of a team of ten attorneys located in New York and Chicago supporting the firm's U.S. Capital Markets platform. He or she will be primarily responsible for supporting the M&A Advisory, Energy Acquisition and Divestiture and Equity Capital Markets businesses. Experience in debt capital markets, leveraged finance, corporate banking, trading products and/or other investment banking and financial legal matters for financial institutions, including providing broker-dealer and bank regulatory advice, is a plus. Relevant experience relating to cross-border mandates and transactions, particularly involving Canada and the United Kingdom, is also desirable. Should have 8-12 years of experience at a medium to large U.S. law firm and/or in-house legal department in the U.S. financial services sector. Must have JD Degree from a well-regarded law school; admitted in good standing to at least one U.S. State bar association. Should have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2019-02-15

Counsel - Contracts

New York City NY Counsel - Contracts The candidate will draft, negotiate and administer contracts for customers and vendors of various business groups of the Company. Contracts include technology services agreements, outsourcing agreements, software license agreements, consulting agreements and nondisclosure agreements. Prepare correspondence and respond to inquiries on behalf of the business units to external clients. Respond to requests for legal advice from business unit management. Communicate effectively with businesses to ensure contract reflects desired product or service. Participate in and provide advice on legal ramifications of client transactions and accounting consequences including revenue recognition. Participate in legal department meetings and projects as directed by the Assistant General Counsel and General Counsel. Perform other duties as required which may include legal research, litigation management, and corporate administration. Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and be admitted in good standing in the New York State Bar or another relevant state bar. Should have 4-6 years of prior experience in law firm or in-house legal department. Knowledge of financial services industry, fund administration, fund formation, asset management, or outsourcing preferred. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills (e.g. presentation, listening and drafting). Should have experience and comfort working with and advising business clients directly. Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2019-02-15

Sr Corporate Counsel, Offer Enablement Legal Team

New York City NY Sr Corporate Counsel, Offer Enablement Legal Team The candidate will work as a member of the Offer Enablement Team. Will own and drive collaborative projects aimed at improving and transforming how firm brings its offers and buying programs to market. Manage the drafting and negotiation positions for a wide range of contracts for revenue transactions, namely, cloud agreements, software licenses and buying program terms, including enterprise agreement, managed service agreements, volume purchase agreements. Drive processes and materials to help Legal scale for growth and reduce contract cycle time, and partner with other Legal team members and other business functions to drive business objectives. Build strong internal and external relationships while balancing the needs in firms engineering and sales strategy and priorities. Provide continuous improvement of standard form agreements, playbooks, contract templates, and legal and operational processes. Effectively advise, educate and train on and assist in the enforcement of firms offer policies processes.

The candidate should have a JD with strong academic record required. Bar admission in good standing. 7+ years of relevant legal, in-house and law firm experience. Extensive background in software licensing/SaaS, commercial transactions, drafting agreements, and intellectual property. Ability to quickly absorb, evaluate and respond to new and novel issues and the to craft creative solutions. Must have excellent interpersonal, communication and drafting skills and the ability to synthesize complex issues and influence and lead across functions. Strong project management skills and the ability to self-start, lead projects, prioritize and manage several simultaneous projects under deadline pressure. Experience working across multiple internal business organizations. Ability to understand complex contractual issues, assess risk, and provide concise, plain English, business-focused legal documentation/processes and advice. Strong influencing and leadership skills. Strong willingness to collaborate, share knowledge and execute proactively.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-15

Contracts Counsel

New York City NY Contracts Counsel Duties : Will review and negotiate complex customer sales contracts (NDAs, MSLAs, DPAs, etc.) that meet the companys requirements, including those for risk tolerance, while working collaboratively with the Sales team. Serve as the lead government contracts attorney with the ability to demonstrate success in managing high stakes, complex legal matters and a broad range of government contract-related issues. Collaborate with Finance, Sales Operations, Deal Desk, Support, Security, Privacy and other business units at all levels throughout the organization to ensure that agreements adequately protect the companys interests, improve processes and increase scalability. Help ensure Looker's commercial relationships comply with federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Identify and evaluate business and legal risks, and find creative ways to mitigate them while achieving business goals. Be a trusted business partner providing timely, thoughtful and helpful responses to requests from internal customers.

Requirements : The candidate must be J.D. with 5+ years of firm and/or in-house experience negotiating commercial transactions and cloud-based offerings. Should have experience with government contracting, including preparation and review of complex solicitations, proposals/bids and certifications. Expertise related to FAR, DFARS, GSA Schedules and relevant legal frameworks. Should have strong knowledge of EU Data Privacy Laws and GDPR in order to negotiate complex data processing agreements. Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-09

Senior Director, Associate General Counsel Commercial Bank, Real Estate

New York City NY Senior Director, Associate General Counsel Commercial Bank, Real Estate The candidate will advise the Commercial Real Estate real estate lending business and other Commercial Bank banking units on a wide variety of matters. Provide and coordinate overall delivery of legal support to CRE as a trusted advisor and partner to the senior management team, transaction teams and other internal partners. Lead the legal process for structuring, diligencing, documentation, negotiation and closing of CRE transactions. Engage and oversee outside legal counsel as needed in an effective and efficient manner. Partner collaboratively with other internal counsel and business teams. Represent the Commercial Bank with external parties, including customers, regulators, partners, industry trade groups and outside law firms. Provide thought and strategic leadership on relevant industry and regulatory developments. Lead projects such as the development of form documents, negotiations guidelines and training sessions. Partner with the Commercial Banks Risk and Compliance officers to ensure comprehensive support. Partner with the operations team to drive process improvements. Collaborate with Special Assets legal and business teams in support of workout and restructuring matters. Collaborate with in-house litigation team in support of litigation matters.

The candidate must have J.D. degree and a state bar member in good standing. Must have 10 years of major law firm or in-house legal department experience with complex commercial real estate transactions, including mortgage-secured real estate financing, construction lending, mezzanine loans and intercreditor arrangements. Should have 1+ year of experience leading projects relating to form document development. Should have detailed working knowledge of commercial real estate lending issues involving title insurance, surveys, zoning, flood, casualty/liability insurance, licensing, and non- recourse carveouts, syndication and market standards. Must have knowledge of laws and regulations applicable to real estate lending across industries and structures. Experience with Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and FHA Multifamily lending preferred. Should have experience with lending to REITS and REIFS, Agency Warehouse lending and Subscription lines. Experience with sponsor-backed finance transactions a plus. Experience with loan syndications a must. Experience managing outside counsel required. Must have knowledge of the National Flood Insurance Program and compliance with flood requirements.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-09

Senior Legal Counsel - Global Banking & Markets

New York City NY Senior Legal Counsel - Global Banking & Markets Duties: Responsible for supporting a variety of fixed income, foreign exchange and equity businesses within investment banking business in City. Product coverage includes (i) Equity Derivatives, (ii) Structured Equity Finance, (iii) Cash Equities, (iv) Prime Services, (v) Foreign Exchange, (vi) Fixed Income Structuring, (vii) Rates, (viii) Credit, (ix) Balance Sheet Management and (x) Structured Credit businesses. In addition, knowledge of the implications and impacts of Dodd Frank and global regulatory reform on these businesses is required. Will be responsible for managing legal risks of the business by providing practical, commercial and timely advice to the relevant businesses. Structuring, negotiation and documentation drafting for the relevant coverage areas. Advising on the legal risk of existing and new business activities. Identifying and managing relevant banking and securities regulations, including derivatives regulations. Creating and maintaining standard contract documentation for transactions. Participation in the new product approval process with respect to covered products. Frequent and ongoing interaction with front office and other infrastructure personnel (i.e., credit, compliance, operations, treasury, tax, etc.). Participation in the swap dealer risk management program. Participation in business risk and control committees. Development and maintenance of efficient and effective relationships with outside counsel. Engagement with ISDA, SIFMA and other industry groups. Ensure compliance, operational risk controls in accordance with HSBC or regulatory standards and policies; over time, the attorney will be expected to interact directly with regulators. Promote an environment that supports diversity and reflects the brand.

Qualifications: B.A. and JD Degree from top schools and demonstrated success in relevant work history. Active participation in bar association and/or industry committees. 3-6 years of experience at a major law firm and/or as in-house counsel to a financial institution with specific experience in one or more of the asset classes noted above. Knowledge of the ISDA documentation framework is desired, however, exceptional candidates without such knowledge may be considered for the role. Demonstrated competence in working with market-standard documentation for related products. Good client management skills. Good negotiation skills. The ability to work well with other internal HSBC support groups. Unposting Date: 21-Feb-2019, 10:29:00
Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2019-02-09
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Claims House Counsel Attorney
In-House,National General Insurance
Location : New York City, NY, United States

Claims House Counsel Attorney The candidate will be responsible for prosecuting and defending insurance coverage actions from inception through trial on behalf of firm and its affiliated companies. Provide the highest level of legal representation f... + read more

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Vice President, Assistant Corporate Secretary-corporate Counsel
In-House,BlackRock, Inc.
Location : New York City, NY, United States

Vice President, Assistant Corporate Secretary-Corporate Counsel The candidate will report directly into Corporate Secretary. Will assist on management of Board meeting preparation in consultation with Executive Compensation and Finance teams and the... + read more

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Counsel, M&a And Strategic Investments-legal, Compliance And Public Policy
Refer job# PYRO142621
 
Counsel, M&A and Strategic Investments-Legal, Compliance and Public Policy The candidate will report to the Vice President and Associate General Counsel who covers this area. Will act as lawyer for mergers, acquisitions, minority investments, joint ventures, divestitures, integration, and other strategic initiatives in the United States and elsewhere. Responsibilities will include: Working with business teams to explore targets, negotiate and execute deals, and improve internal processes. Leading transaction teams from Legal and Compliance and coordinate with other functions. Keeping abreast of market developments and changes in the law and periodically train internal deal team members. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating definitive documents. Conducting and overseeing due diligence. Review presentations and other materials. Contributing to integration activity. Supervising outside counsel. Should have Juris Doctorate degree with strong academic record from an accredited law school. Must have 5-8 years of legal experience covering mergers and acquisitions, strategic investment and/or private equity, including experience as lead associate. Prior in-house experience preferred. Experience with international transactions ias preferred. Exceptional analytical ability and advocacy skills is essential. Excellent written and oral communication and negotiation skills is needed. Admission to the bar in the United States is essential.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VMNL142513
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Conducting all aspects of contract drafting and lead negotiations concerning software and data licenses, SaaS product subscriptions and related service level agreements, maintenance agreements, RFPs, professional services agreements and alliance partner/subcontractor agreements, while providing support to the relevant regional MA sales and services organizations in a broad range of commercial transactions. Supporting and carrying out MAs business policies and practices, including preferred contract terms and compromise positions; gaining familiarity with and observing compliance policies such as anti-bribery, economic and trade sanctions and competition law policies; navigating privacy and information security issues relating to MAs SaaS and cloud-based products; and observing MAs revenue recognition policies in the preparation and conclusion of contracts. Explain these policies and procedures clearly to others. Working closely with outside counsel and with many of the companys other in-house lawyers, sales operations and finance staff, as well as product, support and delivery teams in the lines of business. Navigating customer bureaucracies and working to effectively close deals in a timely manner on acceptable terms to MA. Answering questions and offering professional legal advice on a wide range of issues Managing and streamlining internal processes. We value employees who exercise intiative and display creativity in solving challenges and accomplishing business objectives.

Qualifications: Law degree from top tier law school. Member of the NY Bar in good standing. Spanish fluency and ability to draft and negotiate contracts in Spanish and English. 7+ years total legal experience, of which: (i) 3+ years of which are in a law firm, with a practice focused on IP licensing/tech transactions, corporate, securities, capital markets, financial services, M&A, or other transactional based work; and (ii) the remaining years of experience are either with a law firm or with an in-house legal team, preferably with a technology, professional services or financial services company. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, and a strong team orientation; ability to communicate confidently with senior management on complex legal and contractual issues. Strong analytical and writing skills. Strong contract drafting and negotiation skills and a sound understanding of various types of software licensing and services transactions, subscription-based business models and familiarity with software revenue recognition principles. Experience negotiating contracts with Latin American clients and familiarity with region-specific legal and regulatory documentation requirements is an advantage. Experience in banking and financial services or a technology / software company is a strong plus, as are candidates who have a technical or financial background. Hard working, well organized, detail-oriented and process-driven candidates who have a demonstrated ability to manage a diverse workload under demanding deadline pressures. Preferred Qualifications: Spanish Speaking is a must.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel, Legal & Compliance
Refer job# RURJ142523
 
Assistant General Counsel, Legal & Compliance Responsibilities: Advise senior management on outsourcing, analytics and software transactions, including providing advice and guidance on complex contract issues and appropriate risk allocation for strategic and core business transactions. Ensure that business teams understand the implications of contracts from an end-to-end perspective. Balance business and contract goals against legal, business, policy and reputational risks; have the judgment to make reasoned decisions to take appropriate risks. Must be able to defend positions and views to business team members as well as counterparties. Coordinate with other in-house counsel on issues and be able to work cooperatively as one member of a larger team. Take responsibility for the administration of all US affiliate and subsidiary entities; Mergers & Acquisitions Assist Commercial department to adopt and execute on best practices for negotiation and review of vendor agreements. Provide advice and guidance on compliance issues related to sourcing and procurement matters.

Qualifications: Graduate of a top tier law school 6-10 years of experience; ideally a combination of time with a large law firm as well as in-house experience with a focus on general corporate, business process outsourcing, technology and/or software licensing matters; Ability to prioritize and undertake mission critical tasks in a fast paced environment. Excellent communication and listening skills, and the ability to effectively communicate complex issues to senior business executives; Ability to work under limited supervision Strong organizational and project management skills; Takes ownership of issues, is highly responsive and has an action bias.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel, Research
Refer job# SBUH142525
 
Corporate Counsel, Research Responsibilities: Lead, from beginning to end, the structuring, drafting, reviewing, negotiating and closing of corporate and commercial transactions, including services, licensing, collaboration, partnership, clinical trial, data use and consulting agreements, amendments and related documents. Partner with executive leadership on key legal matters associated with Flatirons research activities, including transactional, intellectual property, contractual, compliance and regulatory areas. Collaborate with various teams to provide strategic and legal guidance. Represent the needs and concerns when interacting with regulators, clients, vendors, and other partners. Provide creative, practical and principled legal solutions for all areas of the business. Continually review and analyze legal risks and opportunities from the changing regulatory and competitive environments. Drive compliance and regulatory risk management initiatives, including assisting all operational areas in the identification and assessment of potential risks and executing mitigating activities. Develop and maintain updated template agreements that reflect new and evolving products and services. Build training and other processes to allow Flatirons teams to execute within a clear legal and compliance framework.

Qualifications: JD Degree and member and in good standing of any State Bar. 5-7+ years of legal experience representing healthcare or life sciences companies. Ability to work independently and exercise excellent judgment. Extraordinary interpersonal skills and ability to provide sound, clear and succinct legal advice and analysis to legal and business teams in verbal and written forms. Experience with technology transactions, licensing, data use or clinical trials agreements. Ability to multi-task, work under tight time pressures, prioritize work, and react quickly to changing needs and demands in a fast-paced, high-growth environment. Demonstrated track record of being a team-player and working collaboratively. Intellectually nimble thinker and highly adaptable. Experience with compliance and regulatory issue spotting, research, analysis, and risk mitigation in the highly regulated health care or pharmaceuticals environments. Bonus Points: Trained within the life sciences or health care transactional department of a top-tier law firm. Experience working in the legal department at a life sciences company, academic medical center, health system, federal health-related and/or research grant agency, or clinical research funder or sponsor. Experience working in the legal department at a life sciences company, academic medical center, health system, federal health-related and/or research grant agency, or clinical research funder or sponsor.
 
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Senior Counsel, Investment Banking
Refer job# RBIQ142475
 
Senior Counsel, Investment Banking The candidate will work at the firm's New York office as part of a team of ten attorneys located in New York and Chicago supporting the firm's U.S. Capital Markets platform. He or she will be primarily responsible for supporting the M&A Advisory, Energy Acquisition and Divestiture and Equity Capital Markets businesses. Experience in debt capital markets, leveraged finance, corporate banking, trading products and/or other investment banking and financial legal matters for financial institutions, including providing broker-dealer and bank regulatory advice, is a plus. Relevant experience relating to cross-border mandates and transactions, particularly involving Canada and the United Kingdom, is also desirable. Should have 8-12 years of experience at a medium to large U.S. law firm and/or in-house legal department in the U.S. financial services sector. Must have JD Degree from a well-regarded law school; admitted in good standing to at least one U.S. State bar association. Should have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
 
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Counsel - Contracts
Refer job# LDLZ142476
 
Counsel - Contracts The candidate will draft, negotiate and administer contracts for customers and vendors of various business groups of the Company. Contracts include technology services agreements, outsourcing agreements, software license agreements, consulting agreements and nondisclosure agreements. Prepare correspondence and respond to inquiries on behalf of the business units to external clients. Respond to requests for legal advice from business unit management. Communicate effectively with businesses to ensure contract reflects desired product or service. Participate in and provide advice on legal ramifications of client transactions and accounting consequences including revenue recognition. Participate in legal department meetings and projects as directed by the Assistant General Counsel and General Counsel. Perform other duties as required which may include legal research, litigation management, and corporate administration. Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and be admitted in good standing in the New York State Bar or another relevant state bar. Should have 4-6 years of prior experience in law firm or in-house legal department. Knowledge of financial services industry, fund administration, fund formation, asset management, or outsourcing preferred. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills (e.g. presentation, listening and drafting). Should have experience and comfort working with and advising business clients directly.
 
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Sr Corporate Counsel, Offer Enablement Legal Team
Refer job# PUBQ142478
 
Sr Corporate Counsel, Offer Enablement Legal Team The candidate will work as a member of the Offer Enablement Team. Will own and drive collaborative projects aimed at improving and transforming how firm brings its offers and buying programs to market. Manage the drafting and negotiation positions for a wide range of contracts for revenue transactions, namely, cloud agreements, software licenses and buying program terms, including enterprise agreement, managed service agreements, volume purchase agreements. Drive processes and materials to help Legal scale for growth and reduce contract cycle time, and partner with other Legal team members and other business functions to drive business objectives. Build strong internal and external relationships while balancing the needs in firms engineering and sales strategy and priorities. Provide continuous improvement of standard form agreements, playbooks, contract templates, and legal and operational processes. Effectively advise, educate and train on and assist in the enforcement of firms offer policies processes.

The candidate should have a JD with strong academic record required. Bar admission in good standing. 7+ years of relevant legal, in-house and law firm experience. Extensive background in software licensing/SaaS, commercial transactions, drafting agreements, and intellectual property. Ability to quickly absorb, evaluate and respond to new and novel issues and the to craft creative solutions. Must have excellent interpersonal, communication and drafting skills and the ability to synthesize complex issues and influence and lead across functions. Strong project management skills and the ability to self-start, lead projects, prioritize and manage several simultaneous projects under deadline pressure. Experience working across multiple internal business organizations. Ability to understand complex contractual issues, assess risk, and provide concise, plain English, business-focused legal documentation/processes and advice. Strong influencing and leadership skills. Strong willingness to collaborate, share knowledge and execute proactively.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Counsel
Refer job# BUDM142335
 
Contracts Counsel Duties : Will review and negotiate complex customer sales contracts (NDAs, MSLAs, DPAs, etc.) that meet the companys requirements, including those for risk tolerance, while working collaboratively with the Sales team. Serve as the lead government contracts attorney with the ability to demonstrate success in managing high stakes, complex legal matters and a broad range of government contract-related issues. Collaborate with Finance, Sales Operations, Deal Desk, Support, Security, Privacy and other business units at all levels throughout the organization to ensure that agreements adequately protect the companys interests, improve processes and increase scalability. Help ensure Looker's commercial relationships comply with federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Identify and evaluate business and legal risks, and find creative ways to mitigate them while achieving business goals. Be a trusted business partner providing timely, thoughtful and helpful responses to requests from internal customers.

Requirements : The candidate must be J.D. with 5+ years of firm and/or in-house experience negotiating commercial transactions and cloud-based offerings. Should have experience with government contracting, including preparation and review of complex solicitations, proposals/bids and certifications. Expertise related to FAR, DFARS, GSA Schedules and relevant legal frameworks. Should have strong knowledge of EU Data Privacy Laws and GDPR in order to negotiate complex data processing agreements. Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills.
 
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Senior Director, Associate General Counsel Commercial Bank, Real Estate
Refer job# TEWY142350
 
Senior Director, Associate General Counsel Commercial Bank, Real Estate The candidate will advise the Commercial Real Estate real estate lending business and other Commercial Bank banking units on a wide variety of matters. Provide and coordinate overall delivery of legal support to CRE as a trusted advisor and partner to the senior management team, transaction teams and other internal partners. Lead the legal process for structuring, diligencing, documentation, negotiation and closing of CRE transactions. Engage and oversee outside legal counsel as needed in an effective and efficient manner. Partner collaboratively with other internal counsel and business teams. Represent the Commercial Bank with external parties, including customers, regulators, partners, industry trade groups and outside law firms. Provide thought and strategic leadership on relevant industry and regulatory developments. Lead projects such as the development of form documents, negotiations guidelines and training sessions. Partner with the Commercial Banks Risk and Compliance officers to ensure comprehensive support. Partner with the operations team to drive process improvements. Collaborate with Special Assets legal and business teams in support of workout and restructuring matters. Collaborate with in-house litigation team in support of litigation matters.

The candidate must have J.D. degree and a state bar member in good standing. Must have 10 years of major law firm or in-house legal department experience with complex commercial real estate transactions, including mortgage-secured real estate financing, construction lending, mezzanine loans and intercreditor arrangements. Should have 1+ year of experience leading projects relating to form document development. Should have detailed working knowledge of commercial real estate lending issues involving title insurance, surveys, zoning, flood, casualty/liability insurance, licensing, and non- recourse carveouts, syndication and market standards. Must have knowledge of laws and regulations applicable to real estate lending across industries and structures. Experience with Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and FHA Multifamily lending preferred. Should have experience with lending to REITS and REIFS, Agency Warehouse lending and Subscription lines. Experience with sponsor-backed finance transactions a plus. Experience with loan syndications a must. Experience managing outside counsel required. Must have knowledge of the National Flood Insurance Program and compliance with flood requirements.
 
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Senior Legal Counsel - Global Banking & Markets
Refer job# IXYZ142351
 
Senior Legal Counsel - Global Banking & Markets Duties: Responsible for supporting a variety of fixed income, foreign exchange and equity businesses within investment banking business in City. Product coverage includes (i) Equity Derivatives, (ii) Structured Equity Finance, (iii) Cash Equities, (iv) Prime Services, (v) Foreign Exchange, (vi) Fixed Income Structuring, (vii) Rates, (viii) Credit, (ix) Balance Sheet Management and (x) Structured Credit businesses. In addition, knowledge of the implications and impacts of Dodd Frank and global regulatory reform on these businesses is required. Will be responsible for managing legal risks of the business by providing practical, commercial and timely advice to the relevant businesses. Structuring, negotiation and documentation drafting for the relevant coverage areas. Advising on the legal risk of existing and new business activities. Identifying and managing relevant banking and securities regulations, including derivatives regulations. Creating and maintaining standard contract documentation for transactions. Participation in the new product approval process with respect to covered products. Frequent and ongoing interaction with front office and other infrastructure personnel (i.e., credit, compliance, operations, treasury, tax, etc.). Participation in the swap dealer risk management program. Participation in business risk and control committees. Development and maintenance of efficient and effective relationships with outside counsel. Engagement with ISDA, SIFMA and other industry groups. Ensure compliance, operational risk controls in accordance with HSBC or regulatory standards and policies; over time, the attorney will be expected to interact directly with regulators. Promote an environment that supports diversity and reflects the brand.

Qualifications: B.A. and JD Degree from top schools and demonstrated success in relevant work history. Active participation in bar association and/or industry committees. 3-6 years of experience at a major law firm and/or as in-house counsel to a financial institution with specific experience in one or more of the asset classes noted above. Knowledge of the ISDA documentation framework is desired, however, exceptional candidates without such knowledge may be considered for the role. Demonstrated competence in working with market-standard documentation for related products. Good client management skills. Good negotiation skills. The ability to work well with other internal HSBC support groups. Unposting Date: 21-Feb-2019, 10:29:00
 
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