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Director, Global Corporate Counsel

Morrisville NC Director, Global Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Partner closely with Sales and Account Management teams in drafting and negotiating optimal terms and conditions for all customer contracts and legal/contractual compliance issues pertaining to ongoing activities. Partner closely with all teams (particularly Finance and Strategic Sourcing) in drafting and negotiating optimal terms and conditions for vendor and 3d party contracts as requested and supporting ongoing relationships with key parties. Identify legal risks across all business lines and products and collaborate with team members to develop plans to mitigate such risks. Lead the internal regulatory and corporate compliance programs and initiatives. Support relevant stakeholders on Secretarial and corporate governance matters (e.g., formation, structure, administration of legal entities, Board related documentation). Provide legal advice and counsel on's financing initiatives, including securitizations, corporate finance, partnerships, and contracts. Manage IP activities in partnership with Tech team(s). Manage the selection, retention, management, and budget of all outside counsel relationships. As assigned, support new and unique business initiatives, strategic transactions, and alliances.

Qualifications: JD required. Should have 10+ years ? experience, including experience with the major law firms. Commercial contract drafting and negotiating experience is essential. Strong analytical capabilities and sound judgment. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Proven ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously to completion; strong attention to detail, creative and resourceful. Ability to demonstrate a practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving; ability to effectively counsel clients with clear, concise, and creative solutions where necessary, on established timelines. Ability to work proactively and reliably within tight timeframes in a fast-paced, high-performance environment. Preferred Qualifications: Corporate law/corporate governance experience highly preferred. Experience working in a high-growth global company: experience working with Chinese customers/vendors is highly preferred. Ability to assess and manage big picture of corporation's legal risks and obligations.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Corporate Counsel -

Burlington NC Corporate Counsel - Remote Option Responsibilities: Actively advises company business segments, operations, and function leadership on the review and negotiation of contracts and dispute escalation matters within assigned areas of responsibility. Works collaboratively with colleagues in providing guidance and counsel to company business segments, operations and function leadership. Directly negotiates with the company's customers, vendors and others as necessary to resolve commercial issues during contracting or dispute escalation. Supports the development and improvement of company standard operating procedures, business operating procedures, departmental practices, and other systemic documentation as requested. Suggests improvements to departmental processes, templates, tools, and training on an ongoing basis in response to emerging trends, customer preferences, and the company's risk management posture. Regularly uses company systems, including the contract database/contract management system and other corporate systems as required and supports departmental reporting requirements. Provides management with regular status updates on open matters and outstanding issues.

Qualifications: Bachelor of Arts or Science; Juris Doctorate; and License to practice law. Admitted or qualified attorney in a U.S. state. Should have 3-5 years of contract negotiation, drafting, or related legal experience, with knowledge of applicable laws and regulations to life sciences, or healthcare services industry, and an ability to provide a broad range of legal support for laboratory business operations, with a preference for international contracting and sourcing and procurement experience. Strong Proficiency in Word/Excel/PowerPoint/Outlook. Excellent contract drafting and negotiation skills. Comprehensive knowledge of general corporate business practices and a sound understanding of healthcare contracting models and related commercial practices. Excellent interpersonal skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Exceptional organizational skills, time management and attention to detail.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2022-06-22

Us Employment Senior Counsel

Charlotte NC US Employment Senior Counsel Duties: The candidate will act as a legal advisor and educator regarding US federal, state, and local employment laws with an emphasis on compliance by design and risk mitigation strategies. Provide legal advice and strategic support regarding NLRA compliance and other labor relations issues. Provide legal expertise to resolve complex employee relations and pre-litigation matters. Advice regarding FLSA employment classifications and independent contractor status. Design and execute regulatory and compliance initiatives regarding employment laws, including the development of policies, guidelines, training, processes, templates, and toolkits. Manage and oversee outside counsel relationships. Support V&A activities and integration affecting assigned workforces. Stay abreast of legal developments affecting the company, its clients, and industries and synthesize the information to direct the company's practices. Foster seamless integration and teaming relationships with the other Legal Services teams.

Required Qualifications: A Law Degree / Juris Doctor. Active license to practice law in at least one US jurisdiction. Should have 10 years of experience practicing employment law as an attorney. Should have 5 years of labor relations experience with a primary focus on working with a unionized workforce. Preferred Qualifications: Experience advising management of large companies. Ability to work with personnel both internally and externally across the world. Experience assessing worker classifications, including strong working knowledge of the FLSA and independent contractor law. Experience conducting HR audits. In-depth knowledge of labor and employment law across the United States, with a particular focus on the NLRA. Demonstrates sound judgment, ability to prioritize and make decisions, and identify risks. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to influence senior leaders with a strong executive presence. Able to present innovative, original, and compliant solutions. Responsive and follows through on commitments, with a sense of urgency. Strong time management, prioritization, and ability to handle multiple responsibilities efficiently. Highly organized with attention to accuracy and detail. Self-directed with the ability to work independently as well as within teams. Ability to work in a matrixed leadership environment and as a strong cross-functional partner. Demonstrated leadership in professional setting; either military or civilian. Demonstrated teamwork and collaboration in a professional setting; either military or civilian.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-21

Us Employment Senior Counsel

Raleigh NC US Employment Senior Counsel Duties: The candidate will act as a legal advisor and educator regarding US federal, state, and local employment laws with an emphasis on compliance by design and risk mitigation strategies. Provide legal advice and strategic support regarding NLRA compliance and other labor relations issues. Provide legal expertise to resolve complex employee relations and pre-litigation matters. Advice regarding FLSA employment classifications and independent contractor status. Design and execute regulatory and compliance initiatives regarding employment laws, including the development of policies, guidelines, training, processes, templates, and toolkits. Manage and oversee outside counsel relationships. Support V&A activities and integration affecting assigned workforces. Stay abreast of legal developments affecting the company, its clients, and industries and synthesize the information to direct the company's practices. Foster seamless integration and teaming relationships with the other Legal Services teams.

Required Qualifications: A Law Degree / Juris Doctor. Active license to practice law in at least one US jurisdiction. Should have 10 years of experience practicing employment law as an attorney. Should have 5 years of labor relations experience with a primary focus on working with a unionized workforce. Preferred Qualifications: Experience advising management of large companies. Ability to work with personnel both internally and externally across the world. Experience assessing worker classifications, including strong working knowledge of the FLSA and independent contractor law. Experience conducting HR audits. In-depth knowledge of labor and employment law across the United States, with a particular focus on the NLRA. Demonstrates sound judgment, ability to prioritize and make decisions, and identify risks. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to influence senior leaders with a strong executive presence. Able to present innovative, original, and compliant solutions. Responsive and follows through on commitments, with a sense of urgency. Strong time management, prioritization, and ability to handle multiple responsibilities efficiently. Highly organized with attention to accuracy and detail. Self-directed with the ability to work independently as well as within teams. Ability to work in a matrixed leadership environment and as a strong cross-functional partner. Demonstrated leadership in professional setting; either military or civilian. Demonstrated teamwork and collaboration in a professional setting; either military or civilian.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-21

Corporate Counsel

Charlotte NC Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will advise management concerning business transactions. Review, draft and negotiate a wide variety of contracts, including complex construction agreements. Develop and refine processes, procedures, and standard contract forms including vendor contracts, technology agreements, and partnership agreements. Draft and review responses to Requests for Qualifications and Proposals. Represent the company in meetings with outside parties, including participating in the resolution of highly complex or sensitive legal issues. Oversee and perform certain discovery efforts. Provide training for company personnel. Stay current on legal trends and best practices as it relates to construction law and corporate law. Collaborate with outside counsel. Perform advanced legal research. Complete other responsibilities, as assigned.

Qualifications: A Law degree from an accredited law school, and member in good standing of any of the following states: California, Colorado, Georgia, New York, Oregon, Texas, or Washington. Should have 4+ years of experience with a law firm or 5+ years of combined experience with a law firm and in-house. Knowledge of construction law, construction process, methodology and documents. Possess unquestionable ethics and integrity. Superior analytical skills, problem-solving, and negotiation skills./ Proven leadership and management ability. Ability to travel on a regular basis. Strong team player and interpersonal skills, and ability to work collaboratively with diverse individuals at all levels of an organization. Strong sense of accountability, integrity and taking ownership over projects and responsibilities, and resolving issues proactively. Superior analytical skills, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills. Reliability, dependability and flexibility. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work under tight deadlines and to manage multiple demands, priorities, and projects simultaneously.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-17

Corporate Counsel

Charlotte NC Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will become a trusted advisor to leaders in our sales organization on critical go-to-market issues and strategies. Negotiate, draft and provide a strategy for complex and strategic deals with customers, including solutions such as software-as-a-service and subscription services, professional and consulting services, on-premise software, and support; as well as data privacy and security issues. Participate in various transformational projects and initiatives relating to SaaS transformation and go-to-market strategy. Develop and execute with a focus on client service, customer satisfaction, and practical, smart risk-taking. Drive continuous improvements in our contracts and negotiations, and related templates, playbooks, technology, and processes in collaboration with our GLS STAR Operations team.

Qualifications: A JD or equivalent law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 7-10 years of experience as a practicing lawyer, with at least 4 years of in-house experience with a technology company with a SaaS/subscription business model. Experience working in a complex, matrixed organization and with all levels of management, consulting with key stakeholders. Member of a State Bar and in good standing. Possess excellent negotiating, drafting, and influencing skills, and have expert knowledge across a wide range of commercial contracting and legal matters. Deep understanding of technology-related issues and solutions (legal, commercial and operational), including cloud/subscription services, software, and related services. Strong critical and innovative thinker who possesses excellent business sense and judgment. Show exceptional collaboration skills with legal colleagues and peers across the region and in other geographies and areas of subject-matter expertise to a collegial atmosphere, provide quality support to the business and present a unified and coordinated face of one Legal Team .
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2022-06-17

Employment Counsel

Durham NC Employment Counsel The candidate will provide day-to-day employment law advice and counsel to HR and management on a variety of subjects including employee terminations, FMLA and other protected leaves, ADA reasonable accommodations, employee relations including discipline, wage and hour issues, separation agreement, workplace violence, restrictive covenants and data privacy. Will serve as a member of the employment law team and will help develop, lead, drive, and implement projects to identify and proactively manage legal risks. Manage US employment litigation working with outside counsel. Support internal investigations working with Employee Relations CoE.

The candidate should have 8+ years of employment law experience including providing advice and counsel and managing employment litigation. Must have JD degree. Licensed to practice law in one state, preferably NC and/or MA is required. In-house counsel experience preferably with a global, complex, and highly matrixed company, preferably in life sciences, pharmaceutical and/or clinical research. Must have prior experience working in a law firm where the candidate handled employment litigation from investigating and responding to administrative charges, responding to complaint, conducting discovery, taking deposition, drafting motions for summary judgment and preparing for trial. Trial experience is preferred. Must be proficient in providing advice and counsel including in the following areas: ADA reasonable accommodations, FMLA and other types of leaves, employee terminations, reductions in force, wage and hour (particularly exemptions), performance management, restrictive covenants, data privacy, workplace investigations, and employee relations issues. Labor and benefit experience are a plus. Life sciences/pharmaceutical/clinical research experience is preferred. Prior in-house experience is needed. Must have prior experience handling and managing employment litigation.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-16

Senior Counsel- Consumer & Small Business Banking

Charlotte NC Senior Counsel-Consumer and Small Business Banking The candidate will lead the planning and implementation of Department directed initiatives and deliverables focused on law firm management. Lead planning and implementation of Department directed strategic initiatives. Partner with Division attorneys and legal professionals on the development of quarterly business reviews. Serve as the primary liaison with the Department's finance team on the Consumer Divisions annual budgets and provide detailed analytics as required. Serve as the primary liaison with the Department's Talent & Leader Development stakeholders on a variety of initiatives focused on employee career development. Educate and train Division attorneys and legal professionals on newly launched Department or Division initiatives as required. Collaborate with peers, colleagues and mid-level managers to resolve issues and achieve goals. Lead projects, and teams or serve as a mentor for less experienced staff. Provide guidance to internal clients on legal matters to assist with legal risk assessment, planning and policy decisions claims against the Company, and develop cost-effective risk mitigation strategies. Independently resolve moderately complex issues and meet deliverables. Work directly with Department stakeholders and develop an in-depth understanding of Department activities and Consumer business activities/products. Partner with Consumer Divisions leaders and management of other Legal Divisions to develop and implement risk management programs.

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, and education. Active State Bar membership or the equivalent in a country outside the United States. Experience as a practicing attorney in a large organization. Experience analyzing legal and regulatory issues in the area of practice and providing effective counsel to clients on complex legal matters. Strong attention to detail and accuracy. Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to work effectively in a complex environment with a high degree of collaboration. Effective in building partnerships. Project management skills.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-14

Vp, Corporate Counsel, Private Funds

Charlotte NC VP, Corporate Counsel, Private Funds Duties: Represent the firm's Chief Investment Office in connection with its $519 billion portfolios, including over $13.5 billion of alternative asset investments. Representation of the company in the review of private placement memoranda, conducting due diligence and negotiation of limited partnership agreements; side letters; subscription agreements; and applicable consents and amendments. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of co-investments with private equity managers. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of the transfer of limited partnership interests in connection with affiliated limited partnership interest transfers and secondary transactions. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of debt and financing agreements with respect to Impact Investments. Collaborate with the company attorneys on tax, ERISA, insurance company investment restrictions, and other related regulatory matters relevant to private equity and debt investment. Collaborate with the company Compliance personnel on compliance matters relevant to private equity, real estate, and debt investments. Provide legal advice to the AAG regarding current legal developments affecting private equity, real estate, and hedge fund investment activity.

Qualifications: Law degree required; admission to the Bar of at least one state, and will need to obtain the New Jersey Corporate Counsel licenses if not admitted to the New Jersey Bar; have 5-12+ years of relevant investment, securities and funds law experience. Expertise in private funds regulation by the SEC and CFTC, and relevant transaction documentation is required. Exceptional analytical, writing, and speaking skills, as well as solid organizational and planning skills, are required. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with various levels of personnel, including senior management. Recent experience in major private equity, hedge fund, or a large law firm is preferred; attorneys currently employed at financial institutions will be considered. Must be able to work independently on complex transactions and will primarily support Alternative Assets Group ( AAG ) in all phases of buy-side  private equity, real estate, and hedge fund investment.
Legal 5 - 12 Full-time 2022-06-13

Senior Corporate Counsel, Health

Charlotte NC Senior Corporate Counsel, Health Duties: Serve as in-house counsel to an expanding comprehensive consumer healthcare platform that meets people where they are in their personal journeys and connects them with both the information and the care they need. Establish Health's procurement intake and contract review function. Onboard to a contract management system, author playbooks for contract review, and oversee the management of vendor risk. Draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of commercial contracts, including Master Services Agreements, advertising technology contracts, data agreements, and software and technology licenses. Advise business clients and legal colleagues on US healthcare regulatory laws, regulations, and enforcement activities, and apply knowledge of these laws to provide actionable advice to senior management and product leadership. Work with the business teams to create templates and guidelines to allow teams to independently address common commercial needs.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor degree from an ABA-accredited U.S. law school and member of the bar of a U.S. jurisdiction. Should have 7+ years of legal experience; ideally 2 years of in-house experience in the consumer-facing digital health space or healthcare technology.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-13
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Deputy General Counsel-SFR
In-House,Bridge Investment Group
Location : Charlotte North Carolina United States

Summary: Provide senior management with quality legal advice on company operations and manage the legal functions of the company. Duties and Responsibilities: Prepare, review, revise and negotiate a broad variety of legal documents. Advi... + read more

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Corporate Counsel, Transactions And Governance
In-House,Genesys
Location : Raleigh, NC, United States

Corporate Counsel, Transactions and Governance Duties: The candidate will serve as legal subject matter expert on strategic corporate and M&A transactions, including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating transaction documents. Lead legal due diligenc... + read more

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Director, Global Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FSYI168985
 
Director, Global Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Partner closely with Sales and Account Management teams in drafting and negotiating optimal terms and conditions for all customer contracts and legal/contractual compliance issues pertaining to ongoing activities. Partner closely with all teams (particularly Finance and Strategic Sourcing) in drafting and negotiating optimal terms and conditions for vendor and 3d party contracts as requested and supporting ongoing relationships with key parties. Identify legal risks across all business lines and products and collaborate with team members to develop plans to mitigate such risks. Lead the internal regulatory and corporate compliance programs and initiatives. Support relevant stakeholders on Secretarial and corporate governance matters (e.g., formation, structure, administration of legal entities, Board related documentation). Provide legal advice and counsel on's financing initiatives, including securitizations, corporate finance, partnerships, and contracts. Manage IP activities in partnership with Tech team(s). Manage the selection, retention, management, and budget of all outside counsel relationships. As assigned, support new and unique business initiatives, strategic transactions, and alliances.

Qualifications: JD required. Should have 10+ years ? experience, including experience with the major law firms. Commercial contract drafting and negotiating experience is essential. Strong analytical capabilities and sound judgment. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Proven ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously to completion; strong attention to detail, creative and resourceful. Ability to demonstrate a practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving; ability to effectively counsel clients with clear, concise, and creative solutions where necessary, on established timelines. Ability to work proactively and reliably within tight timeframes in a fast-paced, high-performance environment. Preferred Qualifications: Corporate law/corporate governance experience highly preferred. Experience working in a high-growth global company: experience working with Chinese customers/vendors is highly preferred. Ability to assess and manage big picture of corporation's legal risks and obligations.
 
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Corporate Counsel -
Refer job# ZIBP168804
 
Corporate Counsel - Remote Option Responsibilities: Actively advises company business segments, operations, and function leadership on the review and negotiation of contracts and dispute escalation matters within assigned areas of responsibility. Works collaboratively with colleagues in providing guidance and counsel to company business segments, operations and function leadership. Directly negotiates with the company's customers, vendors and others as necessary to resolve commercial issues during contracting or dispute escalation. Supports the development and improvement of company standard operating procedures, business operating procedures, departmental practices, and other systemic documentation as requested. Suggests improvements to departmental processes, templates, tools, and training on an ongoing basis in response to emerging trends, customer preferences, and the company's risk management posture. Regularly uses company systems, including the contract database/contract management system and other corporate systems as required and supports departmental reporting requirements. Provides management with regular status updates on open matters and outstanding issues.

Qualifications: Bachelor of Arts or Science; Juris Doctorate; and License to practice law. Admitted or qualified attorney in a U.S. state. Should have 3-5 years of contract negotiation, drafting, or related legal experience, with knowledge of applicable laws and regulations to life sciences, or healthcare services industry, and an ability to provide a broad range of legal support for laboratory business operations, with a preference for international contracting and sourcing and procurement experience. Strong Proficiency in Word/Excel/PowerPoint/Outlook. Excellent contract drafting and negotiation skills. Comprehensive knowledge of general corporate business practices and a sound understanding of healthcare contracting models and related commercial practices. Excellent interpersonal skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Exceptional organizational skills, time management and attention to detail.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Us Employment Senior Counsel
Refer job# LJMM168743
 
US Employment Senior Counsel Duties: The candidate will act as a legal advisor and educator regarding US federal, state, and local employment laws with an emphasis on compliance by design and risk mitigation strategies. Provide legal advice and strategic support regarding NLRA compliance and other labor relations issues. Provide legal expertise to resolve complex employee relations and pre-litigation matters. Advice regarding FLSA employment classifications and independent contractor status. Design and execute regulatory and compliance initiatives regarding employment laws, including the development of policies, guidelines, training, processes, templates, and toolkits. Manage and oversee outside counsel relationships. Support V&A activities and integration affecting assigned workforces. Stay abreast of legal developments affecting the company, its clients, and industries and synthesize the information to direct the company's practices. Foster seamless integration and teaming relationships with the other Legal Services teams.

Required Qualifications: A Law Degree / Juris Doctor. Active license to practice law in at least one US jurisdiction. Should have 10 years of experience practicing employment law as an attorney. Should have 5 years of labor relations experience with a primary focus on working with a unionized workforce. Preferred Qualifications: Experience advising management of large companies. Ability to work with personnel both internally and externally across the world. Experience assessing worker classifications, including strong working knowledge of the FLSA and independent contractor law. Experience conducting HR audits. In-depth knowledge of labor and employment law across the United States, with a particular focus on the NLRA. Demonstrates sound judgment, ability to prioritize and make decisions, and identify risks. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to influence senior leaders with a strong executive presence. Able to present innovative, original, and compliant solutions. Responsive and follows through on commitments, with a sense of urgency. Strong time management, prioritization, and ability to handle multiple responsibilities efficiently. Highly organized with attention to accuracy and detail. Self-directed with the ability to work independently as well as within teams. Ability to work in a matrixed leadership environment and as a strong cross-functional partner. Demonstrated leadership in professional setting; either military or civilian. Demonstrated teamwork and collaboration in a professional setting; either military or civilian.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Us Employment Senior Counsel
Refer job# LSLH168744
 
US Employment Senior Counsel Duties: The candidate will act as a legal advisor and educator regarding US federal, state, and local employment laws with an emphasis on compliance by design and risk mitigation strategies. Provide legal advice and strategic support regarding NLRA compliance and other labor relations issues. Provide legal expertise to resolve complex employee relations and pre-litigation matters. Advice regarding FLSA employment classifications and independent contractor status. Design and execute regulatory and compliance initiatives regarding employment laws, including the development of policies, guidelines, training, processes, templates, and toolkits. Manage and oversee outside counsel relationships. Support V&A activities and integration affecting assigned workforces. Stay abreast of legal developments affecting the company, its clients, and industries and synthesize the information to direct the company's practices. Foster seamless integration and teaming relationships with the other Legal Services teams.

Required Qualifications: A Law Degree / Juris Doctor. Active license to practice law in at least one US jurisdiction. Should have 10 years of experience practicing employment law as an attorney. Should have 5 years of labor relations experience with a primary focus on working with a unionized workforce. Preferred Qualifications: Experience advising management of large companies. Ability to work with personnel both internally and externally across the world. Experience assessing worker classifications, including strong working knowledge of the FLSA and independent contractor law. Experience conducting HR audits. In-depth knowledge of labor and employment law across the United States, with a particular focus on the NLRA. Demonstrates sound judgment, ability to prioritize and make decisions, and identify risks. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to influence senior leaders with a strong executive presence. Able to present innovative, original, and compliant solutions. Responsive and follows through on commitments, with a sense of urgency. Strong time management, prioritization, and ability to handle multiple responsibilities efficiently. Highly organized with attention to accuracy and detail. Self-directed with the ability to work independently as well as within teams. Ability to work in a matrixed leadership environment and as a strong cross-functional partner. Demonstrated leadership in professional setting; either military or civilian. Demonstrated teamwork and collaboration in a professional setting; either military or civilian.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZRIL168651
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will advise management concerning business transactions. Review, draft and negotiate a wide variety of contracts, including complex construction agreements. Develop and refine processes, procedures, and standard contract forms including vendor contracts, technology agreements, and partnership agreements. Draft and review responses to Requests for Qualifications and Proposals. Represent the company in meetings with outside parties, including participating in the resolution of highly complex or sensitive legal issues. Oversee and perform certain discovery efforts. Provide training for company personnel. Stay current on legal trends and best practices as it relates to construction law and corporate law. Collaborate with outside counsel. Perform advanced legal research. Complete other responsibilities, as assigned.

Qualifications: A Law degree from an accredited law school, and member in good standing of any of the following states: California, Colorado, Georgia, New York, Oregon, Texas, or Washington. Should have 4+ years of experience with a law firm or 5+ years of combined experience with a law firm and in-house. Knowledge of construction law, construction process, methodology and documents. Possess unquestionable ethics and integrity. Superior analytical skills, problem-solving, and negotiation skills./ Proven leadership and management ability. Ability to travel on a regular basis. Strong team player and interpersonal skills, and ability to work collaboratively with diverse individuals at all levels of an organization. Strong sense of accountability, integrity and taking ownership over projects and responsibilities, and resolving issues proactively. Superior analytical skills, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills. Reliability, dependability and flexibility. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to work under tight deadlines and to manage multiple demands, priorities, and projects simultaneously.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# RKGP168679
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will become a trusted advisor to leaders in our sales organization on critical go-to-market issues and strategies. Negotiate, draft and provide a strategy for complex and strategic deals with customers, including solutions such as software-as-a-service and subscription services, professional and consulting services, on-premise software, and support; as well as data privacy and security issues. Participate in various transformational projects and initiatives relating to SaaS transformation and go-to-market strategy. Develop and execute with a focus on client service, customer satisfaction, and practical, smart risk-taking. Drive continuous improvements in our contracts and negotiations, and related templates, playbooks, technology, and processes in collaboration with our GLS STAR Operations team.

Qualifications: A JD or equivalent law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 7-10 years of experience as a practicing lawyer, with at least 4 years of in-house experience with a technology company with a SaaS/subscription business model. Experience working in a complex, matrixed organization and with all levels of management, consulting with key stakeholders. Member of a State Bar and in good standing. Possess excellent negotiating, drafting, and influencing skills, and have expert knowledge across a wide range of commercial contracting and legal matters. Deep understanding of technology-related issues and solutions (legal, commercial and operational), including cloud/subscription services, software, and related services. Strong critical and innovative thinker who possesses excellent business sense and judgment. Show exceptional collaboration skills with legal colleagues and peers across the region and in other geographies and areas of subject-matter expertise to a collegial atmosphere, provide quality support to the business and present a unified and coordinated face of one Legal Team .
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Employment Counsel
Refer job# VEEU168604
 
Employment Counsel The candidate will provide day-to-day employment law advice and counsel to HR and management on a variety of subjects including employee terminations, FMLA and other protected leaves, ADA reasonable accommodations, employee relations including discipline, wage and hour issues, separation agreement, workplace violence, restrictive covenants and data privacy. Will serve as a member of the employment law team and will help develop, lead, drive, and implement projects to identify and proactively manage legal risks. Manage US employment litigation working with outside counsel. Support internal investigations working with Employee Relations CoE.

The candidate should have 8+ years of employment law experience including providing advice and counsel and managing employment litigation. Must have JD degree. Licensed to practice law in one state, preferably NC and/or MA is required. In-house counsel experience preferably with a global, complex, and highly matrixed company, preferably in life sciences, pharmaceutical and/or clinical research. Must have prior experience working in a law firm where the candidate handled employment litigation from investigating and responding to administrative charges, responding to complaint, conducting discovery, taking deposition, drafting motions for summary judgment and preparing for trial. Trial experience is preferred. Must be proficient in providing advice and counsel including in the following areas: ADA reasonable accommodations, FMLA and other types of leaves, employee terminations, reductions in force, wage and hour (particularly exemptions), performance management, restrictive covenants, data privacy, workplace investigations, and employee relations issues. Labor and benefit experience are a plus. Life sciences/pharmaceutical/clinical research experience is preferred. Prior in-house experience is needed. Must have prior experience handling and managing employment litigation.
 
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Senior Counsel- Consumer & Small Business Banking
Refer job# LCLM168485
 
Senior Counsel-Consumer and Small Business Banking The candidate will lead the planning and implementation of Department directed initiatives and deliverables focused on law firm management. Lead planning and implementation of Department directed strategic initiatives. Partner with Division attorneys and legal professionals on the development of quarterly business reviews. Serve as the primary liaison with the Department's finance team on the Consumer Divisions annual budgets and provide detailed analytics as required. Serve as the primary liaison with the Department's Talent & Leader Development stakeholders on a variety of initiatives focused on employee career development. Educate and train Division attorneys and legal professionals on newly launched Department or Division initiatives as required. Collaborate with peers, colleagues and mid-level managers to resolve issues and achieve goals. Lead projects, and teams or serve as a mentor for less experienced staff. Provide guidance to internal clients on legal matters to assist with legal risk assessment, planning and policy decisions claims against the Company, and develop cost-effective risk mitigation strategies. Independently resolve moderately complex issues and meet deliverables. Work directly with Department stakeholders and develop an in-depth understanding of Department activities and Consumer business activities/products. Partner with Consumer Divisions leaders and management of other Legal Divisions to develop and implement risk management programs.

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, and education. Active State Bar membership or the equivalent in a country outside the United States. Experience as a practicing attorney in a large organization. Experience analyzing legal and regulatory issues in the area of practice and providing effective counsel to clients on complex legal matters. Strong attention to detail and accuracy. Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to work effectively in a complex environment with a high degree of collaboration. Effective in building partnerships. Project management skills.
 
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Vp, Corporate Counsel, Private Funds
Refer job# QTCE168461
 
VP, Corporate Counsel, Private Funds Duties: Represent the firm's Chief Investment Office in connection with its $519 billion portfolios, including over $13.5 billion of alternative asset investments. Representation of the company in the review of private placement memoranda, conducting due diligence and negotiation of limited partnership agreements; side letters; subscription agreements; and applicable consents and amendments. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of co-investments with private equity managers. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of the transfer of limited partnership interests in connection with affiliated limited partnership interest transfers and secondary transactions. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of debt and financing agreements with respect to Impact Investments. Collaborate with the company attorneys on tax, ERISA, insurance company investment restrictions, and other related regulatory matters relevant to private equity and debt investment. Collaborate with the company Compliance personnel on compliance matters relevant to private equity, real estate, and debt investments. Provide legal advice to the AAG regarding current legal developments affecting private equity, real estate, and hedge fund investment activity.

Qualifications: Law degree required; admission to the Bar of at least one state, and will need to obtain the New Jersey Corporate Counsel licenses if not admitted to the New Jersey Bar; have 5-12+ years of relevant investment, securities and funds law experience. Expertise in private funds regulation by the SEC and CFTC, and relevant transaction documentation is required. Exceptional analytical, writing, and speaking skills, as well as solid organizational and planning skills, are required. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with various levels of personnel, including senior management. Recent experience in major private equity, hedge fund, or a large law firm is preferred; attorneys currently employed at financial institutions will be considered. Must be able to work independently on complex transactions and will primarily support Alternative Assets Group ( AAG ) in all phases of buy-side  private equity, real estate, and hedge fund investment.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Health
Refer job# QNJG168468
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Health Duties: Serve as in-house counsel to an expanding comprehensive consumer healthcare platform that meets people where they are in their personal journeys and connects them with both the information and the care they need. Establish Health's procurement intake and contract review function. Onboard to a contract management system, author playbooks for contract review, and oversee the management of vendor risk. Draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of commercial contracts, including Master Services Agreements, advertising technology contracts, data agreements, and software and technology licenses. Advise business clients and legal colleagues on US healthcare regulatory laws, regulations, and enforcement activities, and apply knowledge of these laws to provide actionable advice to senior management and product leadership. Work with the business teams to create templates and guidelines to allow teams to independently address common commercial needs.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor degree from an ABA-accredited U.S. law school and member of the bar of a U.S. jurisdiction. Should have 7+ years of legal experience; ideally 2 years of in-house experience in the consumer-facing digital health space or healthcare technology.
 
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