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Principal Corporate Counsel: Product Safety

Morrisville NC Principal Corporate Counsel: Product Safety The candidate will act as the subject-matter expert and resource across a range of regulatory issues, including content moderation, product trust and safety, responsible innovation, and accessibility. Will counsel legal colleagues, product engineering, go-to-market teams, and other business teams on global regulations and develop Firms policies and implementation plans to meet compliance obligations and customer expectations on these topics. Assist with responses to regulatory inquiries and investigations. Develop and implement Firms strategy with respect to new laws and regulations and Firms commitments related to them. Advance Firms commitment to developing sustainable, scalable, and ethical approaches to complex business issues. Support Firms regional Government Affairs leads on their work related to emerging regulatory trends and frameworks that impact Firms business.

The candidate should have Law degree (J.D. or non-U.S. equivalent), with excellent academic credentials. Must be a licensed attorney in good standing in one or more jurisdictions where Firms does business. Must have 7+ years of relevant legal, in-house, and/or law firm experience. Prior in-house experience with a public company is preferred, but will consider a candidate with demonstrated experience working with technology companies on regulatory matters in relevant subject-matter areas. Must have sSubstantive legal experience and knowledge in regulatory and/or corporate policy matters involving at least some of the following areas: human rights, trust and safety, content moderation, responsible innovation, accessibility, law enforcement response.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-25

Senior Counsel - Corporate Properties

Charlotte NC Senior Counsel - Corporate Properties The candidate will provide guidance to management on legal and regulatory matters impacting business strategy and policy or claims against the Company. Will proactively identify policy, legal, and regulatory matters pertaining to area of expertise, and evaluate the legal risk and impact. Independently resolve moderately complex issues and lead team to meet deliverables. Exercise considerable discretion and may serve as the primary legal contact for assigned clients. Collaborate within the department and across business and staff functions to address legal and risk issues in a manner consistent with the best interests of Firms. Coach, mentor, and provide oversight for less experienced attorneys or staff. Lead initiatives of varying scope and complexity.

The candidate should have 4+ years of law experience, or equivalent demonstrated through one or a combination of the following: work experience, training, military experience, education. Must have Active State Bar Membership. Experience drafting and negotiating complex commercial real estate documents, including retail and office leases is desired. Experience drafting commercial sale/purchase agreements, drafting sale/purchase closing documents, and handling sale/purchase closings is preferred. Experience handling landlord/tenant default issues and resolutions is a plus. Experience handling condemnations and related issues is desired.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-23

Contract Counsel - Commercial Contracts

Cary NC Contract Counsel - Commercial Contracts The candidate serves as Contracts Counsel advising business partners on the legal risk associated with proposed transactions while managing an active workload of commercial contract negotiations. Consults with business and functional colleagues to draft and negotiate a variety of standard and non-standard contracts, and other legal documents related to the procurement of goods and services in accordance with business needs. Confers with other members of the Legal Department and subject matter experts, as needed, to ensure contracts comply with internal policies. Advises on contracting policy and process standards in response to internal (e.g., supply chain, vendor management, audit, IT, etc.) and external inquiries (e.g., customer contracts, POs, etc.), as appropriate. Communicates status of contract negotiations and reviews to clients and other members of the Legal Department. Maintains contract management database, as required. Performs other duties, as assigned. Should have 3-5 Years of experience in commercial contract drafting and negotiations. Juris Doctor and admission to at least one active US State Bar (in good standing) required. Experience drafting and negotiating commercial contracts (construction contracts experience strongly preferred). Identify opportunities and strategies for process improvement and risk control; collaborate with and influence teams on operational processes and initiatives; provide training and guidance to groups across different functions; assess technology initiatives and assist with integration and adoption. Experience working with or in a fast-paced environment is preferred. Strong work ethic and ability to manage multiple priorities to produce high-quality work under tight deadlines. A goal-oriented leader with the ability to influence and drive change in a fast-paced, complex organization, including the ability to interface at multiple levels of the organization. Willingness to take on additional tasks and projects outside of core areas of expertise. Ability to balance working autonomously and collaboratively in a highly dynamic fast-paced environment. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills with the ability to effectively explain complex legal issues to non-lawyers. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2022-11-23

Associate Development Counsel - Real Estate

Durham NC Associate Development Counsel - Real Estate Duties: Assist Strata's solar and energy storage project development teams with reviewing, drafting and negotiating leases, easements, option agreements, purchase agreements and other project site control documents and administering site control documents during project development, construction and/or operation. Review title commitments, title proformas, title policies, title exception documents and surveys and provide analyses, support and supervision for title curative work required in connection with project development, finance, construction and/or operation. Provide real estate support for project finance and M&A transactions, including conducting and responding to due diligence inquiries and drafting, reviewing and managing real estate closing deliverables. Provide general real estate legal support to the project development team for all aspects of project development, including permitting, interconnection and offtake opportunities. Provide general real estate support, as needed, to Strata's engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and operations and maintenance (O&M) teams. In performing the foregoing tasks and duties, identify, manage and advise commercial teams and executive management on risk allocation and mitigation. Effective management of external legal resources. Contribute to creating, developing and implementing processes, procedures, best practices, systems and controls within the legal department and more broadly, and recommend improvements thereto. Cross-team collaboration and coordination with internal and external colleagues. Stay constantly abreast of current events and developments affecting the renewable energy industry, with particular emphasis on possible impacts to business, and help evaluate opportunities and issues relating thereto. Bring a positive, energetic, can-do, problem-solver attitude to the workplace. While close collaboration with external counsel is essential to this position, the successful candidate will be working directly alongside, and not merely managing or outsourcing legal functions to external counsel. The successful candidate is expected to understand the core issues, negotiation points, contracts and risks as well as external counsel, and is responsible for directing external counsel in a manner so as to achieve Strata's desired outcomes.

Qualifications: JD from an accredited law school. Current license to practice law; Virginia or North Carolina license is preferred. 4-6 years experience in commercial real estate law and contract drafting. Strong interest in renewable energy; prior experience preferred. General (i.e., non-real estate) transactional experience preferred. Possess effective drafting, negotiating and client communication skills to: (a) identify complex legal issues, (b) develop and implement alternative solutions, (c) negotiate independently and (d) cope with fast-paced and ever-changing relationships. Problem-solver with pragmatic approach to satisfactorily address legal issues in relation to commercial objectives. Possess effective time management, project management, dispute resolution and interpersonal skills. Creative, adaptable and independent thinker. Strong team player. Ability to focus, direct and manage the efforts of external legal and other resources. Quality and execution focused. Possess strong leadership qualities to motivate colleagues and clients to drive initiatives to conclusion rapidly and efficiently.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2022-11-22

Senior Compliance Attorney - Investigations

Raleigh NC Senior Compliance Attorney - Investigations The candidate will conduct, manage, direct, and support internal investigations related to allegations of illegal, unethical, or other improper conduct involving employes, partners or other third parties from start to finish, including analyzing incoming factual allegations, identifying and alerting appropriate internal and external stakeholders, gathering and reviewing relevant information, interviewing witnesses, and identifying any remediation measures. Document investigations in a clear and accurate manner and prepare reports of investigation and/or briefings to leadership on significant matters. Coordinate with various stakeholders across Red Hat, including management and HR, in order to coordinate and implement remediation measures and other business improvements. Issue spot, conduct trend analysis, and assist with providing reporting and analytics related to legal compliance investigations and other related compliance data. Interact with associates and IBM personnel in a way that enhances and promotes culture of compliance. Engage and manage outside legal counsel, as appropriate, including opining on potential local civil or criminal legal issues for international matters. Lead or support other ethics and compliance initiatives, as needed. J.D. degree from a top law school with excellent academic credentials. License to practice law in any U.S. state. Should have 4+ years of relevant professional experience, with significant experience managing and conducting corporate internal investigations; familiarity with the technology industry, channel sales models, and accounting is a big plus. Understanding of key legal issues involved in litigation avoidance and preparation. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail, and solid analytical abilities demonstrated through your work experience; foreign language skills also a big plus (with an emphasis on Mandarin Chinese). Ability to multitask, meet deadlines, and handle a diverse and demanding workload in a fast-paced environment. Proactive approach to recognizing business and compliance needs and exceptional independent judgment and discretion in determining next steps and actions related to investigations and other compliance matters of significance. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-18

Corporate Counsel - Enterprise Software Agreements

Raleigh NC Corporate Counsel - Enterprise Software Agreements The candidate will shape and streamline buying programs, including their terms. Support Legal Sales colleagues on customer negotiations. Gather inputs from stakeholders and tools to identify and implement strategies and processes to refine the buying programs. Provide continuous improvement of standard form agreements, playbooks, contract templates, and legal and operational processes. Partner with, and build strong relationships with, other Legal team members and business functions to drive business objectives. Drive processes and materials to help the firm and Legal scale for growth and reduce contract cycle time. Work in a sprint process/agile mode on special projects that deliver transformational results for the firm. J.D. and excellent academic credentials is required. Should have 1-3 years of relevant legal experience, including intellectual property laws. Experience with software licensing/SaaS and commercial transactions, preferably in the technology industry is required. State Bar member in good standing is required. Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2022-11-16

Associate Privacy Counsel

Raleigh NC Associate Privacy Counsel The candidate will provide specialist legal advice and subject-matter expertise required to support Firms privacy program and product development. Will partner with innovators through all stages of the product and feature development and commercialization lifecycle, while ensuring compliance with applicable global privacy and security regulations for our diverse suite of products, services and partnerships. Provide specialist consultation and support to key functions, including Product Counsel, Commercial Counsel, Product Development, Trust & Compliance, Security, Public Policy and Marketing/Communications. Provide sound compliance advice based on up-to-date knowledge of relevant data privacy, security regulations and industry guidelines across global markets, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ( HIPAA ), the California Consumer Privacy Act ( CCPA ) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR). Maintain awareness of new laws, enforcement activity and other developments in the privacy domain, manage employee training and drive discussion among key stakeholders across the company to continuously improve organizational privacy practices.

The candidate should have a J.D. or equivalent degree. Must have 5+ years of attorney-level experience. 3+ years of experience with data privacy laws, including HIPAA, CCPA & GDPR is required. Must be admitted to the Bar and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law (e.g., have registered in-house status) in California. Experience advising legal team members and product teams on a wide range of substantive privacy topics, preferably in healthcare or life sciences settings is preferred. Experience negotiating data protection terms in a variety of enterprise agreements based on the U.S. and E.U. privacy frameworks is a plus. Experience designing and implementing compliance programs, policies, and processes is desired. Must have exceptional interpersonal skills, commitment to professionalism and collegiality, flexibility and willingness to work on a broad range of legal matters, and demonstrated ability to complete several simultaneous projects on a deadline. CIPP or similar privacy certification is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-16

Senior Counsel, Privacy And Data Protection

Raleigh NC Senior Counsel, Privacy and Data Protection Duties: The candidate will play an immediate and direct role in providing legal support for scaling Circle's product suite, enterprise risk, and compliance functions, and the global privacy and cybersecurity program, advising the company on a wide range of regulatory, compliance, governance, enterprise risk, privacy and cybersecurity matters, contributing to and overseeing a variety of design, implementation and operation objectives, aligning and coordinating priorities and activities with cross-functional stakeholders. We are looking for someone who is highly proactive, accountable, team-oriented, capable of managing multiple competing priorities, and excited to join a lean team that executes on a variety of novel and complex legal issues. Providing support to Circle's global legal operations, risk management efforts and strategic business objectives and priorities. Advising Circle stakeholders on, among other things, comprehensive approaches to a variety of product development initiatives, regulatory compliance and enterprise risk management matters and guidance, implementation and maintenance with respect to crisis management, privacy, data protection and cybersecurity frameworks globally. Collaborating closely with information security, compliance and enterprise risk team members to define scope, engage stakeholders, prioritize and drive execution of key crisis management, privacy compliance, data protection and cybersecurity initiatives. Owning and managing multiple project initiatives, legally compliant process improvements, and workstreams critical to large-scale, complex privacy projects. Conducting privacy impact and risk assessments, and leading adoption of internal privacy principles, ensuring privacy by design into business operations. Providing training, thought leadership, and mentoring worldwide on privacy and cybersecurity consistent with Circle's related policies, standards and procedures. Conducting, overseeing and providing support in connection with internal investigations. Proactively identifying a variety of compliance risk areas and strategies to mitigate them.

Qualifications: A JD (or foreign equivalent degree) and active membership in at least one US State Bar. Prior in-house experience for at least 5 years a must, including public traded companies. Should have 15+ of legal experience with strong knowledge. Development and management of an effective global privacy and cybersecurity program, including relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards, ideally in a financial services environment. Privacy laws and issues in relation to evolving technology, preferably in the cryptocurrency and blockchain ecosystem. Broad product development and compliance experience ideally in crypto/fintech, including implementation of enterprise risk management standards and Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) tools and systems. Experience working with and presenting to diverse, cross-functional teams and senior leadership. CIPP certification is strongly preferred. Experience/familiarity with Slack, Apple MacOS and GSuite.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-16

Senior Counsel, Technology and Privacy

Greensboro NC Senior Counsel, Technology and Privacy The candidate will provide in-house commercial counsel to firm business units, including the wholesale team, the digital/e-commerce team, information security, and our technology team, assist in the shaping and management of the firm's Privacy Program; and ensure ongoing compliance with applicable data privacy laws and regulations. Manage the firm's Privacy Program and all associated legal work, including privacy policies, consents, notices, and compliance in applicable jurisdictions. Responsible for analyzing, drafting, and negotiating a wide variety of agreements; communicates with business partners; seeks and obtains advice of other counsel. Maintain consumer-facing privacy policies, notices, consents, and internal privacy policies and procedures. Review existing activities, policies, and procedures, and perform privacy impact assessments and privacy-by-design guidance to ensure compliance with the ever-changing landscape of privacy laws and regulations. Collaborate with Information Security on cyber security policies and procedures, vendor assessments, as well as ongoing privacy and security training and awareness activities. Manage commercial disputes, as needed. Manages outside counsel in an effective and efficient manner. Work in parallel with other members of the legal team in multiple regions of the world to provide strategic direction, while aligning the legal activities with recognized best practices. Organizing people, projects, and work design to best meet the needs of the business. Stay current on relevant laws and regulations that affect the company's operations, including data privacy laws and regulations in domestic and applicable international jurisdictions. Act discreetly in handling sensitive and confidential matters. Perform additional projects and responsibilities, as requested.

The candidate should have a JD (Juris Doctor Degree). Must be admitted to practice law and in good standing in at least one U.S. State Bar/jurisdiction. Should have 4+ years of legal experience, with experience in IT areas of software, security, and privacy. Must have experience with cloud computing and software-based products. Experience with commercial contracts is preferred. Experience working in a global consumer goods business is a plus. Prior work with a global public company a plus. Strong verbal and written communication skills required. Strong presentation skills required.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-14

Legal, Transaction Banking Attorney, Vice President

Wilmington NC Legal, Transaction Banking Attorney, Vice President The candidate will advise Bank with respect to the TxB business to develop and implement innovative product solutions with respect to payments, liquidity solutions, lending and merchant acquiring. Collaborate with global business teams and legal/compliance colleagues and other control functions. Advise the business on relevant legal, regulatory and market developments. Prepare and negotiate strategic alliances and client contractual documentation. Attend new product, line of defense, risk and control meetings. A Juris Doctor degree and licensed to practice law in the state in which the position is based. Should have 4-6 years of experience at a law firm, in-house at a financial institution, technology or other financial services company or governmental or regulatory agency. General knowledge of transaction banking is a plus. Experience in technology and/or vendor management matters, a plus. Background or demonstrated interest in fintech and digitization is a plus. Excellent speaking and presentation skills with the ability to interact effectively at all levels of the organization including senior executives. Highly responsive, with a strong sense of urgency, and project management skills. Excellent time management skills, and ability to handle multiple internal clients and projects. Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2022-11-14
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Dvp Of Regulatory Counsel
In-House,Gentiva Health Services, Inc
Location : Mooresville, NC, United States

DVP of Regulatory Counsel The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate contracts with payors, providers, vendors, and other third parties to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and Company policy guidelines. Coordinate with compl... + read more

nov 24, 2022


Principal Corporate Counsel: Product Safety
In-House,Cisco Systems, Inc.
Location : Morrisville, NC, United States

Principal Corporate Counsel: Product Safety The candidate will act as the subject-matter expert and resource across a range of regulatory issues, including content moderation, product trust and safety, responsible innovation, and accessibility. Will... + read more

nov 23, 2022


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Principal Corporate Counsel: Product Safety
Refer job# ICZT171612
 
Principal Corporate Counsel: Product Safety The candidate will act as the subject-matter expert and resource across a range of regulatory issues, including content moderation, product trust and safety, responsible innovation, and accessibility. Will counsel legal colleagues, product engineering, go-to-market teams, and other business teams on global regulations and develop Firms policies and implementation plans to meet compliance obligations and customer expectations on these topics. Assist with responses to regulatory inquiries and investigations. Develop and implement Firms strategy with respect to new laws and regulations and Firms commitments related to them. Advance Firms commitment to developing sustainable, scalable, and ethical approaches to complex business issues. Support Firms regional Government Affairs leads on their work related to emerging regulatory trends and frameworks that impact Firms business.

The candidate should have Law degree (J.D. or non-U.S. equivalent), with excellent academic credentials. Must be a licensed attorney in good standing in one or more jurisdictions where Firms does business. Must have 7+ years of relevant legal, in-house, and/or law firm experience. Prior in-house experience with a public company is preferred, but will consider a candidate with demonstrated experience working with technology companies on regulatory matters in relevant subject-matter areas. Must have sSubstantive legal experience and knowledge in regulatory and/or corporate policy matters involving at least some of the following areas: human rights, trust and safety, content moderation, responsible innovation, accessibility, law enforcement response.
 
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Senior Counsel - Corporate Properties
Refer job# ETHQ171547
 
Senior Counsel - Corporate Properties The candidate will provide guidance to management on legal and regulatory matters impacting business strategy and policy or claims against the Company. Will proactively identify policy, legal, and regulatory matters pertaining to area of expertise, and evaluate the legal risk and impact. Independently resolve moderately complex issues and lead team to meet deliverables. Exercise considerable discretion and may serve as the primary legal contact for assigned clients. Collaborate within the department and across business and staff functions to address legal and risk issues in a manner consistent with the best interests of Firms. Coach, mentor, and provide oversight for less experienced attorneys or staff. Lead initiatives of varying scope and complexity.

The candidate should have 4+ years of law experience, or equivalent demonstrated through one or a combination of the following: work experience, training, military experience, education. Must have Active State Bar Membership. Experience drafting and negotiating complex commercial real estate documents, including retail and office leases is desired. Experience drafting commercial sale/purchase agreements, drafting sale/purchase closing documents, and handling sale/purchase closings is preferred. Experience handling landlord/tenant default issues and resolutions is a plus. Experience handling condemnations and related issues is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contract Counsel - Commercial Contracts
Refer job# IHXY171568
 
Contract Counsel - Commercial Contracts The candidate serves as Contracts Counsel advising business partners on the legal risk associated with proposed transactions while managing an active workload of commercial contract negotiations. Consults with business and functional colleagues to draft and negotiate a variety of standard and non-standard contracts, and other legal documents related to the procurement of goods and services in accordance with business needs. Confers with other members of the Legal Department and subject matter experts, as needed, to ensure contracts comply with internal policies. Advises on contracting policy and process standards in response to internal (e.g., supply chain, vendor management, audit, IT, etc.) and external inquiries (e.g., customer contracts, POs, etc.), as appropriate. Communicates status of contract negotiations and reviews to clients and other members of the Legal Department. Maintains contract management database, as required. Performs other duties, as assigned. Should have 3-5 Years of experience in commercial contract drafting and negotiations. Juris Doctor and admission to at least one active US State Bar (in good standing) required. Experience drafting and negotiating commercial contracts (construction contracts experience strongly preferred). Identify opportunities and strategies for process improvement and risk control; collaborate with and influence teams on operational processes and initiatives; provide training and guidance to groups across different functions; assess technology initiatives and assist with integration and adoption. Experience working with or in a fast-paced environment is preferred. Strong work ethic and ability to manage multiple priorities to produce high-quality work under tight deadlines. A goal-oriented leader with the ability to influence and drive change in a fast-paced, complex organization, including the ability to interface at multiple levels of the organization. Willingness to take on additional tasks and projects outside of core areas of expertise. Ability to balance working autonomously and collaboratively in a highly dynamic fast-paced environment. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills with the ability to effectively explain complex legal issues to non-lawyers.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Development Counsel - Real Estate
Refer job# GPYA171544
 
Associate Development Counsel - Real Estate Duties: Assist Strata's solar and energy storage project development teams with reviewing, drafting and negotiating leases, easements, option agreements, purchase agreements and other project site control documents and administering site control documents during project development, construction and/or operation. Review title commitments, title proformas, title policies, title exception documents and surveys and provide analyses, support and supervision for title curative work required in connection with project development, finance, construction and/or operation. Provide real estate support for project finance and M&A transactions, including conducting and responding to due diligence inquiries and drafting, reviewing and managing real estate closing deliverables. Provide general real estate legal support to the project development team for all aspects of project development, including permitting, interconnection and offtake opportunities. Provide general real estate support, as needed, to Strata's engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and operations and maintenance (O&M) teams. In performing the foregoing tasks and duties, identify, manage and advise commercial teams and executive management on risk allocation and mitigation. Effective management of external legal resources. Contribute to creating, developing and implementing processes, procedures, best practices, systems and controls within the legal department and more broadly, and recommend improvements thereto. Cross-team collaboration and coordination with internal and external colleagues. Stay constantly abreast of current events and developments affecting the renewable energy industry, with particular emphasis on possible impacts to business, and help evaluate opportunities and issues relating thereto. Bring a positive, energetic, can-do, problem-solver attitude to the workplace. While close collaboration with external counsel is essential to this position, the successful candidate will be working directly alongside, and not merely managing or outsourcing legal functions to external counsel. The successful candidate is expected to understand the core issues, negotiation points, contracts and risks as well as external counsel, and is responsible for directing external counsel in a manner so as to achieve Strata's desired outcomes.

Qualifications: JD from an accredited law school. Current license to practice law; Virginia or North Carolina license is preferred. 4-6 years experience in commercial real estate law and contract drafting. Strong interest in renewable energy; prior experience preferred. General (i.e., non-real estate) transactional experience preferred. Possess effective drafting, negotiating and client communication skills to: (a) identify complex legal issues, (b) develop and implement alternative solutions, (c) negotiate independently and (d) cope with fast-paced and ever-changing relationships. Problem-solver with pragmatic approach to satisfactorily address legal issues in relation to commercial objectives. Possess effective time management, project management, dispute resolution and interpersonal skills. Creative, adaptable and independent thinker. Strong team player. Ability to focus, direct and manage the efforts of external legal and other resources. Quality and execution focused. Possess strong leadership qualities to motivate colleagues and clients to drive initiatives to conclusion rapidly and efficiently.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Compliance Attorney - Investigations
Refer job# OBBK171503
 
Senior Compliance Attorney - Investigations The candidate will conduct, manage, direct, and support internal investigations related to allegations of illegal, unethical, or other improper conduct involving employes, partners or other third parties from start to finish, including analyzing incoming factual allegations, identifying and alerting appropriate internal and external stakeholders, gathering and reviewing relevant information, interviewing witnesses, and identifying any remediation measures. Document investigations in a clear and accurate manner and prepare reports of investigation and/or briefings to leadership on significant matters. Coordinate with various stakeholders across Red Hat, including management and HR, in order to coordinate and implement remediation measures and other business improvements. Issue spot, conduct trend analysis, and assist with providing reporting and analytics related to legal compliance investigations and other related compliance data. Interact with associates and IBM personnel in a way that enhances and promotes culture of compliance. Engage and manage outside legal counsel, as appropriate, including opining on potential local civil or criminal legal issues for international matters. Lead or support other ethics and compliance initiatives, as needed. J.D. degree from a top law school with excellent academic credentials. License to practice law in any U.S. state. Should have 4+ years of relevant professional experience, with significant experience managing and conducting corporate internal investigations; familiarity with the technology industry, channel sales models, and accounting is a big plus. Understanding of key legal issues involved in litigation avoidance and preparation. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail, and solid analytical abilities demonstrated through your work experience; foreign language skills also a big plus (with an emphasis on Mandarin Chinese). Ability to multitask, meet deadlines, and handle a diverse and demanding workload in a fast-paced environment. Proactive approach to recognizing business and compliance needs and exceptional independent judgment and discretion in determining next steps and actions related to investigations and other compliance matters of significance.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Enterprise Software Agreements
Refer job# QQDK171440
 
Corporate Counsel - Enterprise Software Agreements The candidate will shape and streamline buying programs, including their terms. Support Legal Sales colleagues on customer negotiations. Gather inputs from stakeholders and tools to identify and implement strategies and processes to refine the buying programs. Provide continuous improvement of standard form agreements, playbooks, contract templates, and legal and operational processes. Partner with, and build strong relationships with, other Legal team members and business functions to drive business objectives. Drive processes and materials to help the firm and Legal scale for growth and reduce contract cycle time. Work in a sprint process/agile mode on special projects that deliver transformational results for the firm. J.D. and excellent academic credentials is required. Should have 1-3 years of relevant legal experience, including intellectual property laws. Experience with software licensing/SaaS and commercial transactions, preferably in the technology industry is required. State Bar member in good standing is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Privacy Counsel
Refer job# INRA171445
 
Associate Privacy Counsel The candidate will provide specialist legal advice and subject-matter expertise required to support Firms privacy program and product development. Will partner with innovators through all stages of the product and feature development and commercialization lifecycle, while ensuring compliance with applicable global privacy and security regulations for our diverse suite of products, services and partnerships. Provide specialist consultation and support to key functions, including Product Counsel, Commercial Counsel, Product Development, Trust & Compliance, Security, Public Policy and Marketing/Communications. Provide sound compliance advice based on up-to-date knowledge of relevant data privacy, security regulations and industry guidelines across global markets, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ( HIPAA ), the California Consumer Privacy Act ( CCPA ) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR). Maintain awareness of new laws, enforcement activity and other developments in the privacy domain, manage employee training and drive discussion among key stakeholders across the company to continuously improve organizational privacy practices.

The candidate should have a J.D. or equivalent degree. Must have 5+ years of attorney-level experience. 3+ years of experience with data privacy laws, including HIPAA, CCPA & GDPR is required. Must be admitted to the Bar and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law (e.g., have registered in-house status) in California. Experience advising legal team members and product teams on a wide range of substantive privacy topics, preferably in healthcare or life sciences settings is preferred. Experience negotiating data protection terms in a variety of enterprise agreements based on the U.S. and E.U. privacy frameworks is a plus. Experience designing and implementing compliance programs, policies, and processes is desired. Must have exceptional interpersonal skills, commitment to professionalism and collegiality, flexibility and willingness to work on a broad range of legal matters, and demonstrated ability to complete several simultaneous projects on a deadline. CIPP or similar privacy certification is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy And Data Protection
Refer job# INJU171487
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy and Data Protection Duties: The candidate will play an immediate and direct role in providing legal support for scaling Circle's product suite, enterprise risk, and compliance functions, and the global privacy and cybersecurity program, advising the company on a wide range of regulatory, compliance, governance, enterprise risk, privacy and cybersecurity matters, contributing to and overseeing a variety of design, implementation and operation objectives, aligning and coordinating priorities and activities with cross-functional stakeholders. We are looking for someone who is highly proactive, accountable, team-oriented, capable of managing multiple competing priorities, and excited to join a lean team that executes on a variety of novel and complex legal issues. Providing support to Circle's global legal operations, risk management efforts and strategic business objectives and priorities. Advising Circle stakeholders on, among other things, comprehensive approaches to a variety of product development initiatives, regulatory compliance and enterprise risk management matters and guidance, implementation and maintenance with respect to crisis management, privacy, data protection and cybersecurity frameworks globally. Collaborating closely with information security, compliance and enterprise risk team members to define scope, engage stakeholders, prioritize and drive execution of key crisis management, privacy compliance, data protection and cybersecurity initiatives. Owning and managing multiple project initiatives, legally compliant process improvements, and workstreams critical to large-scale, complex privacy projects. Conducting privacy impact and risk assessments, and leading adoption of internal privacy principles, ensuring privacy by design into business operations. Providing training, thought leadership, and mentoring worldwide on privacy and cybersecurity consistent with Circle's related policies, standards and procedures. Conducting, overseeing and providing support in connection with internal investigations. Proactively identifying a variety of compliance risk areas and strategies to mitigate them.

Qualifications: A JD (or foreign equivalent degree) and active membership in at least one US State Bar. Prior in-house experience for at least 5 years a must, including public traded companies. Should have 15+ of legal experience with strong knowledge. Development and management of an effective global privacy and cybersecurity program, including relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards, ideally in a financial services environment. Privacy laws and issues in relation to evolving technology, preferably in the cryptocurrency and blockchain ecosystem. Broad product development and compliance experience ideally in crypto/fintech, including implementation of enterprise risk management standards and Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) tools and systems. Experience working with and presenting to diverse, cross-functional teams and senior leadership. CIPP certification is strongly preferred. Experience/familiarity with Slack, Apple MacOS and GSuite.
 
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Senior Counsel, Technology and Privacy
Refer job# PQVK171355
 
Senior Counsel, Technology and Privacy The candidate will provide in-house commercial counsel to firm business units, including the wholesale team, the digital/e-commerce team, information security, and our technology team, assist in the shaping and management of the firm's Privacy Program; and ensure ongoing compliance with applicable data privacy laws and regulations. Manage the firm's Privacy Program and all associated legal work, including privacy policies, consents, notices, and compliance in applicable jurisdictions. Responsible for analyzing, drafting, and negotiating a wide variety of agreements; communicates with business partners; seeks and obtains advice of other counsel. Maintain consumer-facing privacy policies, notices, consents, and internal privacy policies and procedures. Review existing activities, policies, and procedures, and perform privacy impact assessments and privacy-by-design guidance to ensure compliance with the ever-changing landscape of privacy laws and regulations. Collaborate with Information Security on cyber security policies and procedures, vendor assessments, as well as ongoing privacy and security training and awareness activities. Manage commercial disputes, as needed. Manages outside counsel in an effective and efficient manner. Work in parallel with other members of the legal team in multiple regions of the world to provide strategic direction, while aligning the legal activities with recognized best practices. Organizing people, projects, and work design to best meet the needs of the business. Stay current on relevant laws and regulations that affect the company's operations, including data privacy laws and regulations in domestic and applicable international jurisdictions. Act discreetly in handling sensitive and confidential matters. Perform additional projects and responsibilities, as requested.

The candidate should have a JD (Juris Doctor Degree). Must be admitted to practice law and in good standing in at least one U.S. State Bar/jurisdiction. Should have 4+ years of legal experience, with experience in IT areas of software, security, and privacy. Must have experience with cloud computing and software-based products. Experience with commercial contracts is preferred. Experience working in a global consumer goods business is a plus. Prior work with a global public company a plus. Strong verbal and written communication skills required. Strong presentation skills required.
 
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Legal, Transaction Banking Attorney, Vice President
Refer job# JBAW171360
 
Legal, Transaction Banking Attorney, Vice President The candidate will advise Bank with respect to the TxB business to develop and implement innovative product solutions with respect to payments, liquidity solutions, lending and merchant acquiring. Collaborate with global business teams and legal/compliance colleagues and other control functions. Advise the business on relevant legal, regulatory and market developments. Prepare and negotiate strategic alliances and client contractual documentation. Attend new product, line of defense, risk and control meetings. A Juris Doctor degree and licensed to practice law in the state in which the position is based. Should have 4-6 years of experience at a law firm, in-house at a financial institution, technology or other financial services company or governmental or regulatory agency. General knowledge of transaction banking is a plus. Experience in technology and/or vendor management matters, a plus. Background or demonstrated interest in fintech and digitization is a plus. Excellent speaking and presentation skills with the ability to interact effectively at all levels of the organization including senior executives. Highly responsive, with a strong sense of urgency, and project management skills. Excellent time management skills, and ability to handle multiple internal clients and projects.
 
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