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Corporate Counsel, Security Business

Raleigh NC Corporate Counsel, Security Business The candidate will be developing a strong understanding of product functionality and applicable legal/regulatory limitations, with a specific focus on cloud and SaaS products. Building and maintaining strong relationships with product development and engineering teams and advising multiple levels of management on legal issues, including executive-level support. Reviewing and negotiating agreements with strategic partners, vendors and customers, including OEM, marketplace, alliance, joint marketing and co-development agreements. Working with Cisco's Privacy Office to implement privacy compliance and privacy by design principles. Assisting with the acquisition and integration of products, content, services and technologies for newly acquired technologies and businesses. Building cross-functional relationships with operations, finance, supply chain, IP, Privacy and other members of the Legal team. Advising the Security business leaders regarding strategic legal issues with a pro-business focus. Providing product expertise to other teams within Legal in connection with customer escalations. Must have excellent legal and business judgment, possess strong critical thinking and writing skills, and maintain a proven work ethic. and organization. Excellent communication skills (oral and written) and advanced interpersonal and influencing abilities to build trusted relationships with the business and Legal teammates is a must. 6+ years of relevant legal, in-house and law firm experience required. J.D. and excellent academic credentials required. State Bar member in good standing required. Substantial software and cloud/SaaS transactional experience required. Experience with privacy and data protection/security issues, including strong knowledge of global privacy laws, particularly GDPR. Certifications (such as CIPP/E) are a plus. Solid knowledge of intellectual property contracting and product development issues, including open source required. Strong collaborator who will work closely with product managers and engineers to develop a deep understanding of their product portfolio required. Intellectual curiosity to learn about new technologies, cybersecurity and understand product architecture required. Ability to understand and synthesize complex issues, assess risk, and provide concise, plain English, business-focused legal advice, including to senior executive leadership required. Strong organizational and program management skills and the ability to prioritize and handle several simultaneous projects for multiple businesses under deadline pressure required. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-14

Vp, Assistant General Counsel, Litigation, Compliance & Employment

Charlotte NC VP, Assistant General Counsel, Litigation, Compliance & Employment Responsibilities: Managing the Company's global litigation, claims, disputes, regulatory and government, agency, administrative or internal investigative matters and risk assessments, and working strategically with outside counsel, internal legal teams and the business to minimize litigation and legal risks while maximizing positive outcomes, with a particular focus on product liability, commercial, general liability, employment, intellectual property and other company litigation. Managing the Company's ethics and compliance programs and initiatives and its compliance administered policies, processes, and procedures, including enhancing and driving continuous improvement of applicable internal controls, practices and training. Managing the Company's labor and employment legal team and its provision of practical and strategic advice and guidance relating to the labor and employment related issues Conduct and manage litigation, ethics and compliance and labor and employment related due diligence in connection with potential strategic transactions. Working closely with finance, corporate communications and investor relations teams to advise on applicable disclosures, communications and company practices. Collaborating with internal stakeholders at all levels to effectively minimize legal and reputational risks, develop appropriate mitigation strategies and support and assist in the achievement of the Company's business and strategic objectives. Managing the Company's legal matter management and legal billing systems while driving continuous improvement of its legal and litigation processes and protocols, including e-discovery, law firm and billing analytics and related tools or systems. Provide strategic guidance and support on special projects to the GC and executive and business leaders.

Qualifications: BS/BA Degree from an accredited college/university. JD Degree from a national accredited law school. Admission in good standing to a state bar of any jurisdiction in the U.S. and actively licensed to practice law accordingly. 12+ years of litigation, compliance and legal experience, ideally gained through a combination of large law firm and in-house roles. Prior experience in the chemicals, manufacturing or diversified industrial markets in a large global company. Prior leadership experience managing a small team of legal professionals. Prior experience serving as a trusted advisor to executive leadership teams and senior business leaders, with a proven ability to guide them through sophisticated litigation, compliance, legal, business and other matters. Prior experience managing a broad range of litigation matters including commercial, product liability, employment, and intellectual property. Prior experience conducting ethics, compliance, workforce or other sensitive internal investigations and managing any government, agency, administrative, regulatory or applicable inquiries or investigations. Demonstrated business acumen, strong analytical skills, and the ability to grasp important business, legal, and financial issues facing the Company. Outstanding interpersonal and leadership skills, with the ability to build strong relationships across functions and to communicate effectively with senior business leaders, as well as other professionals and colleagues at all levels of an organization. Highly creative and strategic mindset and approach to litigation,; anticipating future business, competitive, and legal risks and looking for creative solutions and opportunities. Exceptional judgment and ability to quickly assess business challenges, make timely, pragmatic recommendations under pressure, and identify, prioritize, and resolve issues quickly and independently. Ability to thrive in a dynamic, innovative, and highly-matrixed corporate organization.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-09

Consumer Finance Attorney - Collections Focused

Charlotte NC Consumer Finance Attorney - Collections Focused Duties: Work closely with senior executives within's centralized servicing and collections teams to provide insightful, pragmatic advice to help make the business more efficient and effective. Advise on consumer finance-related regulatory, compliance, and legal issues with a strong focus on consumer debt collection practices. Lead role in tracking and advising on all developments related to key legal subjects, including customer communication, TCPA (use of auto-dialer, texting, etc.), FDCPA, and first-party and third-party debt collection at both the state and federal level. Remain current on relevant consumer finance, consumer protection, and data privacy and protection laws and regulations to ensure ability to provide sound regulatory advice. Communicate and negotiate effectively with external parties (regulators, vendors, etc.). Communicate regularly with, and make formal presentations and proposals to, general counsel and executive management regarding policy and business considerations. Participate in industry working groups. Collaborate closely with outside counsel as directed.

Requirements: Law degree - licensed by and in good standing with the at least one US state bar licensing authority. 3-7 years of relevant experience with the legal and regulatory aspects of consumer lending and servicing. Knowledge and application of federal consumer protection laws and regulations, including but not limited to, FDCPA, Debt Collection Rule, ECOA, TILA, EFTA, FCRA, TCPA, GLBA, and UDAAP, and any state-level statutory and regulation counterparts within ***'s footprint and targeted expansion states. Ability to work with minimal direction and exercise independent judgment, anticipate and mitigate friction points, and take the initiative to promptly resolve and learn from challenges. Ability to assess risks and provide thoughtful, pragmatic advice in a fast-paced environment. Ability to grasp technical concepts and convey them in a simple, user-friendly manner. Strong written, oral and interpersonal communication skills. Strong PC skills required proficient in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
Legal 3 - 7 Full-time 2021-01-09

Associate General Counsel, Intellectual Property

Durham NC Associate General Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Managing all legal aspects related to IP disclosures, registration, licensing and protection. Participate in the LED Products IP committee. Negotiating and drafting license agreements and licensing transactions. Assisting in the development of strategies to monetize/commercialize Cree LED 's IP portfolio and implement such strategies. Coordinating offensive and defensive IP assertion/enforcement activities relating to Cree licensing activities. Resolving intellectual property issues in joint development agreements, consulting agreements, supplier agreements, and customer agreements. Managing or coordinating with outside counsel on other matters, such as litigation and patent prosecution.

Requirements: JD and admission in good standing to a State Bar. Undergraduate technical degree. Strong technical skills. Registration before the USPTO. Demonstrated substantial successful experience in: Intellectual property licensing and technology transactions, including patent licensing, preferably in semiconductor-related industries. Offensive patent assertion activities supporting patent licensing, including preparing claim charts and evaluating potential defensive patent assertions. Commercial IP matters, such as those involved in joint development agreements, supplier and customer agreements, consulting agreements, joint ventures and mergers and acquisitions. Patent litigation and prosecution, and patent application drafting and office action responses experience. 10+ years experience as an IP lawyer. Ability to work independently and directly with Senior Business and Executive Leadership on IP matters. Ability to focus on diverse Intellectual Property projects with rapidly changing priorities. Strong communications skills and executive presence. Preferences: Semiconductor industry experience. Law firm and prior in-house experience.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-06

Counsel - Real Estate

Mooresville NC Counsel - Real Estate Duties: Provides legal advice and counsel in connection with the structuring, negotiation, documentation and closing of major retail, industrial, and office commercial real estate transactions memorialized in purchase and sale agreements, leases (including ground leases, building leases and build-to-suit leases), reciprocal easement agreements, site development agreements, construction contracts, common area maintenance agreements and associated amendments thereto as well as closing statements, closing instruction letters, estoppel certificates and subordination and non-attornment agreements. Monitors developments, including proposed legislation and court decisions, related to commercial real estate and environmental law and evaluates their impact on operations. Recommends and provides legal advice and support primarily to the company s Real Estate, Engineering & Construction, Facilities, Energy, and Supply Chain organizations in developing policy and procedural improvements, consulting the business on issues related to real estate and environmental law, and providing practical advice in response to rapidly changing conditions. Works with outside legal counsel and orchestrates legal processes on behalf of the company in liaison with outside counsel at the direction of the Senior Counsel and executive leadership. Works with key strategic external relationships through involvement in industry, community, or civic groups to bring added value to the company. Conducts legal research and applies research to facts and is able to communicate the analysis in an easily understood work product to leadership. Identifies legal risks and designs plans to mitigate and prevent legal risks. Drafts, reviews, and negotiates a variety of agreements and documents and continuously seeks ways to improve the forms, processes, or systems involved. Prepares and delivers training, memoranda, and presentations to employees, management, executives, or other members of the Legal Department on legal matters. Collaborates on complex projects and supports others in the Legal department (i.e. attorneys across the Legal Department in order to provide meaningful and practical advice and recommendations to clients), including providing real estate and other due diligence support for mergers and acquisitions transactions and service-based contracts that interface with enterprise real-estate.. Negotiates with outside parties on contractual issues and legal disputes including settlement conferences or negotiating key contract terms.

Qualifications: Master s Degree Law and/or JD Degree. Active state bar member in good standing of at least one U.S. jurisdiction. 3+ years' experience in a top tier law firm or mixture of relevant experience in top-tier law firm, corporate legal department setting, and/or government agency. 1+ Direct experience with public company legal issues, processes and procedures. Demonstrated proficiency in one legal functional area. Preferred: Career track of progressive, documented accomplishments with broad diversity of experiences. Knowledge and exposure to legal issues encountered by a multi-national retailer. Financial literacy, including basic understanding of project finance, accounting, and tax issues.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-25

VP, Legal Counsel, IP And Contracts

Durham NC VP, Legal Counsel, IP And Contracts The candidate will be a senior-level attorney who has overall responsibility for general contract matters, and global patent and other intellectual property (IP) matters, for Company. Will work with Company employees across multiple functional areas to establish and maintain contracts with third parties, including contract drafting, contract reviews, as well as support for Legal Department operations, including budgeting, and invoice review. Will also track, build and maintain Company s licensed IP, as well as Company-owned IP. Will include advising senior management, coordinating with licensors and outside counsel, patent preparation and prosecution, rendering legal opinions with respect to IP, and related transactional work. In collaboration with senior management, further develop a comprehensive IP strategy that protects and furthers Company s technology and competitive positions. Participate in and manage the preparation, filing and prosecution of patent applications. Manage licensors and outside patent and trademark counsel, as applicable. Monitor and analyze competitive intelligence to inform strategic patenting. Conduct intellectual property due diligences for various types of corporate transactions, including research collaborations and acquisitions. Work directly with internal and external scientists to guide experimental design and gather and summarize data necessary to support patent filings and related activity and lead the drafting of provisional patent applications. Assist Company in assessing opportunities to identify, create and protect valuable intellectual property. Review and advise senior management on intellectual property provisions in various types of agreements including licensing agreements, collaboration agreements, and MTAs. Draft, review and negotiate routine business contracts (such as NDA s, consulting agreements, service agreements, clinical trial agreements, MTAs, subscription services agreements). Advanced degree required in a scientific discipline such as oncology, immunology or another discipline relevant to the research and development of immuno-oncology products. J.D. from an accredited law school. 7 years experience as an IP attorney in a biotech/pharmaceutical company and/or law firm supporting such companies. Admitted to practice by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and preferably admitted to the North Carolina State Bar or eligible to waive-in. Possess specific scientific and legal knowledge of the biotechnology space, particularly with respect to immuno-oncology. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-25

Associate General Counsel - Compliance

Charlotte NC Associate General Counsel - Compliance The candidate's duties include: Advises business and compliance teams on legal matters, including but not limited to licensing, marketing, forward and reverse mortgage originations and general compliance matters, under the supervision of General Counsel. Manages outside counsel with respect to the same. Reviews and approves attorney invoices for handled matters. Assists compliance team in interpretation and implementation of applicable laws and regulatory guidance, including with respect to licensing applications, regulatory inquiries and investigations, and routine supervisory examinations. Assists in review of and response to subject matter specific borrower complaints escalated by Assistant General Counsel. Conducts reviews of subject matter specific Change of Law alerts in Archer. Escalates to General Counsel as necessary.Performs other duties as assigned. Must have Juris Doctor degree; Should be admitted to state bar in state where practicing. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-25

Global Enterprise Segment Senior Corporate Counsel

Morrisville NC Global Enterprise Segment Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Will support of a number of customer accounts within the Global Enterprise Segment and be part of a team negotiating with our customers a variety of complex engagements in a challenging and fast-paced work environment. Will structure, draft, and negotiate contracts for our GES customers. Will work cross-functionally to support and manage the contractual processes. Will be the first point of contact on all legal issues while providing ongoing business advice and counsel.

Qualifications: Must have 8+ years of experience practicing law or in contract management/negotiation role with strong sales contract, drafting and negotiation skills. Direct experience negotiating complex business and licensing transactions. Solid experience doing SaaS and/or XaaS transactions. Strong communications and "soft" skills, including the ability to present complex issues in a clear and concise manner. Understanding of, and relevant experience in, intellectual property law, commercial contracts and business law. Creativity and problem-solving skills. Strong leadership skills and willingness to collaborate, learn, share knowledge, respond quickly to urgent matters and execute proactively.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-23

Corporate Counsel

Charlotte NC Corporate Counsel The candidate will oversee and execute Atlantic Bay's Legal Infrastructure in alignment to the Company's governing Legal Charter. Provide subject matter expertise on legal matters specific to consumer lending regulations, NMLS licensing requirements, and corporate governance. Serve as legal knowledge on loss mitigation matters including modification and foreclosure practices. Serve as the Company's liaison to external legal partners. Represent Atlantic Bay as counsel in contract and agreement discussions with vendors, investors, and warehouse banks. Provide legal consultation to Human Capital on employment law matters. Should have 5 years of relevant legal experience in financial services. Must be Active member of a state bar (Virginia), additional admittance a plus in NC, SC, GA, FL, or TX. Should have extensive knowledge of consumer loan regulation, NMLS and state licensing, and mortgage servicing. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-18

Corporate Counsel - Securities And M&a

Durham NC Corporate Counsel - Securities and M&A Duties: Leading all areas of corporate compliance, including Securities Act and Exchange Act matters. Preparing and reviewing SEC filings, including registration statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K, proxy statements, including shareholder proposals and proxy solicitation, and Section 16 reporting, including Forms 3, 4 and 5. Developing, refining and maintaining policies and procedures to ensure compliance with SEC and other securities-related regulatory requirements applicable to publicly-traded companies, including the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Dodd-Frank Act, NASDAQ listing standards, Regulation FD and insider trading. Advising on corporate governance, executive compensation and various other related matters (such as transfer agent and equity plan administration), as well as developing, adopting, managing and refining applicable corporate governance policies and procedures. Keeping abreast, and advising on potential impact, of new and proposed securities law and corporate governance developments, market trends and best practices in the markets we operate to ensure continued compliance. Supporting the corporate secretarial function, including preparation of notices, agendas and materials for board of directors and committee meetings, including board minutes, resolutions and actions, managing the board and committees calendars, agendas and meeting cadence, and leading preparation for annual meeting of shareholders. Advising on ISS, Glass Lewis and other proxy advisory service positions and corporate responses. Advising on investor relations matters, including review of and collaboration on earnings announcements, earnings scripts, press releases, investor presentations, investor communications, internal communications and other materials (including preparation of appropriate securities disclosure as necessary). Leading the Legal Department's activities on, and manage outside counsel with respect to, all capital markets and other strategic transactions, including M&A and corporate financing transactions and related workstreams. Developing and delivering employee trainings on securities law and related matters, such as insider trading and Regulation FD, and M&A and strategic transaction best practices. Establishing appropriate policies, processes, and systems in areas of coverage that enable the company to grow and scale effectively. Having primary Legal Department responsibility for the Finance Department's day-to-day business needs, including drafting and negotiating a variety of complex commercial agreements on an as-needed basis. Providing advice and counsel to business team leaders on all legal matters affecting areas of coverage, in consultation with other members of the Legal Department and outside counsel as necessary. Building close relationships with personnel at supported business operations and obtaining and maintaining a strong knowledge of the company's products and the objectives of those operations. Leading or assisting the Legal Department's efforts in the preparation, implementation and refinement of forms, processes and procedures relevant to areas of corporate coverage. Providing substantive support to other members of the Legal Department as needed. Performing other special assignments, strategic projects or duties as needed.

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree and law degree required. 6+ years of relevant experience, including training at a leading national law firm as a general corporate, securities, corporate governance or M&A attorney and significant time spent in-house, ideally at a public SaaS or other public technology company. Broad and deep expertise in corporate and U.S. securities laws, corporate governance and board governance matters, including best practices. Strong experience with coordination and timely and continuous filing of disclosure documentation with the SEC and NASDAQ. Familiarity with public company accounting, tax and finance processes, terminology, systems and issues, including a basic knowledge of financial statements, GAAP accounting and tax matters preferred. Must be admitted, registered, active and in good standing with a state bar.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-17
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Corporate Counsel, Security Business
Refer job# XDJZ154545
 
Corporate Counsel, Security Business The candidate will be developing a strong understanding of product functionality and applicable legal/regulatory limitations, with a specific focus on cloud and SaaS products. Building and maintaining strong relationships with product development and engineering teams and advising multiple levels of management on legal issues, including executive-level support. Reviewing and negotiating agreements with strategic partners, vendors and customers, including OEM, marketplace, alliance, joint marketing and co-development agreements. Working with Cisco's Privacy Office to implement privacy compliance and privacy by design principles. Assisting with the acquisition and integration of products, content, services and technologies for newly acquired technologies and businesses. Building cross-functional relationships with operations, finance, supply chain, IP, Privacy and other members of the Legal team. Advising the Security business leaders regarding strategic legal issues with a pro-business focus. Providing product expertise to other teams within Legal in connection with customer escalations. Must have excellent legal and business judgment, possess strong critical thinking and writing skills, and maintain a proven work ethic. and organization. Excellent communication skills (oral and written) and advanced interpersonal and influencing abilities to build trusted relationships with the business and Legal teammates is a must. 6+ years of relevant legal, in-house and law firm experience required. J.D. and excellent academic credentials required. State Bar member in good standing required. Substantial software and cloud/SaaS transactional experience required. Experience with privacy and data protection/security issues, including strong knowledge of global privacy laws, particularly GDPR. Certifications (such as CIPP/E) are a plus. Solid knowledge of intellectual property contracting and product development issues, including open source required. Strong collaborator who will work closely with product managers and engineers to develop a deep understanding of their product portfolio required. Intellectual curiosity to learn about new technologies, cybersecurity and understand product architecture required. Ability to understand and synthesize complex issues, assess risk, and provide concise, plain English, business-focused legal advice, including to senior executive leadership required. Strong organizational and program management skills and the ability to prioritize and handle several simultaneous projects for multiple businesses under deadline pressure required.
 
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Vp, Assistant General Counsel, Litigation, Compliance & Employment
Refer job# WSQR154439
 
VP, Assistant General Counsel, Litigation, Compliance & Employment Responsibilities: Managing the Company's global litigation, claims, disputes, regulatory and government, agency, administrative or internal investigative matters and risk assessments, and working strategically with outside counsel, internal legal teams and the business to minimize litigation and legal risks while maximizing positive outcomes, with a particular focus on product liability, commercial, general liability, employment, intellectual property and other company litigation. Managing the Company's ethics and compliance programs and initiatives and its compliance administered policies, processes, and procedures, including enhancing and driving continuous improvement of applicable internal controls, practices and training. Managing the Company's labor and employment legal team and its provision of practical and strategic advice and guidance relating to the labor and employment related issues Conduct and manage litigation, ethics and compliance and labor and employment related due diligence in connection with potential strategic transactions. Working closely with finance, corporate communications and investor relations teams to advise on applicable disclosures, communications and company practices. Collaborating with internal stakeholders at all levels to effectively minimize legal and reputational risks, develop appropriate mitigation strategies and support and assist in the achievement of the Company's business and strategic objectives. Managing the Company's legal matter management and legal billing systems while driving continuous improvement of its legal and litigation processes and protocols, including e-discovery, law firm and billing analytics and related tools or systems. Provide strategic guidance and support on special projects to the GC and executive and business leaders.

Qualifications: BS/BA Degree from an accredited college/university. JD Degree from a national accredited law school. Admission in good standing to a state bar of any jurisdiction in the U.S. and actively licensed to practice law accordingly. 12+ years of litigation, compliance and legal experience, ideally gained through a combination of large law firm and in-house roles. Prior experience in the chemicals, manufacturing or diversified industrial markets in a large global company. Prior leadership experience managing a small team of legal professionals. Prior experience serving as a trusted advisor to executive leadership teams and senior business leaders, with a proven ability to guide them through sophisticated litigation, compliance, legal, business and other matters. Prior experience managing a broad range of litigation matters including commercial, product liability, employment, and intellectual property. Prior experience conducting ethics, compliance, workforce or other sensitive internal investigations and managing any government, agency, administrative, regulatory or applicable inquiries or investigations. Demonstrated business acumen, strong analytical skills, and the ability to grasp important business, legal, and financial issues facing the Company. Outstanding interpersonal and leadership skills, with the ability to build strong relationships across functions and to communicate effectively with senior business leaders, as well as other professionals and colleagues at all levels of an organization. Highly creative and strategic mindset and approach to litigation,; anticipating future business, competitive, and legal risks and looking for creative solutions and opportunities. Exceptional judgment and ability to quickly assess business challenges, make timely, pragmatic recommendations under pressure, and identify, prioritize, and resolve issues quickly and independently. Ability to thrive in a dynamic, innovative, and highly-matrixed corporate organization.
 
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Consumer Finance Attorney - Collections Focused
Refer job# TFSX154469
 
Consumer Finance Attorney - Collections Focused Duties: Work closely with senior executives within's centralized servicing and collections teams to provide insightful, pragmatic advice to help make the business more efficient and effective. Advise on consumer finance-related regulatory, compliance, and legal issues with a strong focus on consumer debt collection practices. Lead role in tracking and advising on all developments related to key legal subjects, including customer communication, TCPA (use of auto-dialer, texting, etc.), FDCPA, and first-party and third-party debt collection at both the state and federal level. Remain current on relevant consumer finance, consumer protection, and data privacy and protection laws and regulations to ensure ability to provide sound regulatory advice. Communicate and negotiate effectively with external parties (regulators, vendors, etc.). Communicate regularly with, and make formal presentations and proposals to, general counsel and executive management regarding policy and business considerations. Participate in industry working groups. Collaborate closely with outside counsel as directed.

Requirements: Law degree - licensed by and in good standing with the at least one US state bar licensing authority. 3-7 years of relevant experience with the legal and regulatory aspects of consumer lending and servicing. Knowledge and application of federal consumer protection laws and regulations, including but not limited to, FDCPA, Debt Collection Rule, ECOA, TILA, EFTA, FCRA, TCPA, GLBA, and UDAAP, and any state-level statutory and regulation counterparts within ***'s footprint and targeted expansion states. Ability to work with minimal direction and exercise independent judgment, anticipate and mitigate friction points, and take the initiative to promptly resolve and learn from challenges. Ability to assess risks and provide thoughtful, pragmatic advice in a fast-paced environment. Ability to grasp technical concepts and convey them in a simple, user-friendly manner. Strong written, oral and interpersonal communication skills. Strong PC skills required proficient in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# UEOJ154369
 
Associate General Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Managing all legal aspects related to IP disclosures, registration, licensing and protection. Participate in the LED Products IP committee. Negotiating and drafting license agreements and licensing transactions. Assisting in the development of strategies to monetize/commercialize Cree LED 's IP portfolio and implement such strategies. Coordinating offensive and defensive IP assertion/enforcement activities relating to Cree licensing activities. Resolving intellectual property issues in joint development agreements, consulting agreements, supplier agreements, and customer agreements. Managing or coordinating with outside counsel on other matters, such as litigation and patent prosecution.

Requirements: JD and admission in good standing to a State Bar. Undergraduate technical degree. Strong technical skills. Registration before the USPTO. Demonstrated substantial successful experience in: Intellectual property licensing and technology transactions, including patent licensing, preferably in semiconductor-related industries. Offensive patent assertion activities supporting patent licensing, including preparing claim charts and evaluating potential defensive patent assertions. Commercial IP matters, such as those involved in joint development agreements, supplier and customer agreements, consulting agreements, joint ventures and mergers and acquisitions. Patent litigation and prosecution, and patent application drafting and office action responses experience. 10+ years experience as an IP lawyer. Ability to work independently and directly with Senior Business and Executive Leadership on IP matters. Ability to focus on diverse Intellectual Property projects with rapidly changing priorities. Strong communications skills and executive presence. Preferences: Semiconductor industry experience. Law firm and prior in-house experience.
 
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Counsel - Real Estate
Refer job# XXBC154162
 
Counsel - Real Estate Duties: Provides legal advice and counsel in connection with the structuring, negotiation, documentation and closing of major retail, industrial, and office commercial real estate transactions memorialized in purchase and sale agreements, leases (including ground leases, building leases and build-to-suit leases), reciprocal easement agreements, site development agreements, construction contracts, common area maintenance agreements and associated amendments thereto as well as closing statements, closing instruction letters, estoppel certificates and subordination and non-attornment agreements. Monitors developments, including proposed legislation and court decisions, related to commercial real estate and environmental law and evaluates their impact on operations. Recommends and provides legal advice and support primarily to the company s Real Estate, Engineering & Construction, Facilities, Energy, and Supply Chain organizations in developing policy and procedural improvements, consulting the business on issues related to real estate and environmental law, and providing practical advice in response to rapidly changing conditions. Works with outside legal counsel and orchestrates legal processes on behalf of the company in liaison with outside counsel at the direction of the Senior Counsel and executive leadership. Works with key strategic external relationships through involvement in industry, community, or civic groups to bring added value to the company. Conducts legal research and applies research to facts and is able to communicate the analysis in an easily understood work product to leadership. Identifies legal risks and designs plans to mitigate and prevent legal risks. Drafts, reviews, and negotiates a variety of agreements and documents and continuously seeks ways to improve the forms, processes, or systems involved. Prepares and delivers training, memoranda, and presentations to employees, management, executives, or other members of the Legal Department on legal matters. Collaborates on complex projects and supports others in the Legal department (i.e. attorneys across the Legal Department in order to provide meaningful and practical advice and recommendations to clients), including providing real estate and other due diligence support for mergers and acquisitions transactions and service-based contracts that interface with enterprise real-estate.. Negotiates with outside parties on contractual issues and legal disputes including settlement conferences or negotiating key contract terms.

Qualifications: Master s Degree Law and/or JD Degree. Active state bar member in good standing of at least one U.S. jurisdiction. 3+ years' experience in a top tier law firm or mixture of relevant experience in top-tier law firm, corporate legal department setting, and/or government agency. 1+ Direct experience with public company legal issues, processes and procedures. Demonstrated proficiency in one legal functional area. Preferred: Career track of progressive, documented accomplishments with broad diversity of experiences. Knowledge and exposure to legal issues encountered by a multi-national retailer. Financial literacy, including basic understanding of project finance, accounting, and tax issues.
 
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VP, Legal Counsel, IP And Contracts
Refer job# SZFW154174
 
VP, Legal Counsel, IP And Contracts The candidate will be a senior-level attorney who has overall responsibility for general contract matters, and global patent and other intellectual property (IP) matters, for Company. Will work with Company employees across multiple functional areas to establish and maintain contracts with third parties, including contract drafting, contract reviews, as well as support for Legal Department operations, including budgeting, and invoice review. Will also track, build and maintain Company s licensed IP, as well as Company-owned IP. Will include advising senior management, coordinating with licensors and outside counsel, patent preparation and prosecution, rendering legal opinions with respect to IP, and related transactional work. In collaboration with senior management, further develop a comprehensive IP strategy that protects and furthers Company s technology and competitive positions. Participate in and manage the preparation, filing and prosecution of patent applications. Manage licensors and outside patent and trademark counsel, as applicable. Monitor and analyze competitive intelligence to inform strategic patenting. Conduct intellectual property due diligences for various types of corporate transactions, including research collaborations and acquisitions. Work directly with internal and external scientists to guide experimental design and gather and summarize data necessary to support patent filings and related activity and lead the drafting of provisional patent applications. Assist Company in assessing opportunities to identify, create and protect valuable intellectual property. Review and advise senior management on intellectual property provisions in various types of agreements including licensing agreements, collaboration agreements, and MTAs. Draft, review and negotiate routine business contracts (such as NDA s, consulting agreements, service agreements, clinical trial agreements, MTAs, subscription services agreements). Advanced degree required in a scientific discipline such as oncology, immunology or another discipline relevant to the research and development of immuno-oncology products. J.D. from an accredited law school. 7 years experience as an IP attorney in a biotech/pharmaceutical company and/or law firm supporting such companies. Admitted to practice by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and preferably admitted to the North Carolina State Bar or eligible to waive-in. Possess specific scientific and legal knowledge of the biotechnology space, particularly with respect to immuno-oncology.
 
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Associate General Counsel - Compliance
Refer job# XAUE154190
 
Associate General Counsel - Compliance The candidate's duties include: Advises business and compliance teams on legal matters, including but not limited to licensing, marketing, forward and reverse mortgage originations and general compliance matters, under the supervision of General Counsel. Manages outside counsel with respect to the same. Reviews and approves attorney invoices for handled matters. Assists compliance team in interpretation and implementation of applicable laws and regulatory guidance, including with respect to licensing applications, regulatory inquiries and investigations, and routine supervisory examinations. Assists in review of and response to subject matter specific borrower complaints escalated by Assistant General Counsel. Conducts reviews of subject matter specific Change of Law alerts in Archer. Escalates to General Counsel as necessary.Performs other duties as assigned. Must have Juris Doctor degree; Should be admitted to state bar in state where practicing.
 
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Global Enterprise Segment Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ENBX154114
 
Global Enterprise Segment Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Will support of a number of customer accounts within the Global Enterprise Segment and be part of a team negotiating with our customers a variety of complex engagements in a challenging and fast-paced work environment. Will structure, draft, and negotiate contracts for our GES customers. Will work cross-functionally to support and manage the contractual processes. Will be the first point of contact on all legal issues while providing ongoing business advice and counsel.

Qualifications: Must have 8+ years of experience practicing law or in contract management/negotiation role with strong sales contract, drafting and negotiation skills. Direct experience negotiating complex business and licensing transactions. Solid experience doing SaaS and/or XaaS transactions. Strong communications and "soft" skills, including the ability to present complex issues in a clear and concise manner. Understanding of, and relevant experience in, intellectual property law, commercial contracts and business law. Creativity and problem-solving skills. Strong leadership skills and willingness to collaborate, learn, share knowledge, respond quickly to urgent matters and execute proactively.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# EWRC154027
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will oversee and execute Atlantic Bay's Legal Infrastructure in alignment to the Company's governing Legal Charter. Provide subject matter expertise on legal matters specific to consumer lending regulations, NMLS licensing requirements, and corporate governance. Serve as legal knowledge on loss mitigation matters including modification and foreclosure practices. Serve as the Company's liaison to external legal partners. Represent Atlantic Bay as counsel in contract and agreement discussions with vendors, investors, and warehouse banks. Provide legal consultation to Human Capital on employment law matters. Should have 5 years of relevant legal experience in financial services. Must be Active member of a state bar (Virginia), additional admittance a plus in NC, SC, GA, FL, or TX. Should have extensive knowledge of consumer loan regulation, NMLS and state licensing, and mortgage servicing.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Securities And M&a
Refer job# INBV153954
 
Corporate Counsel - Securities and M&A Duties: Leading all areas of corporate compliance, including Securities Act and Exchange Act matters. Preparing and reviewing SEC filings, including registration statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K, proxy statements, including shareholder proposals and proxy solicitation, and Section 16 reporting, including Forms 3, 4 and 5. Developing, refining and maintaining policies and procedures to ensure compliance with SEC and other securities-related regulatory requirements applicable to publicly-traded companies, including the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Dodd-Frank Act, NASDAQ listing standards, Regulation FD and insider trading. Advising on corporate governance, executive compensation and various other related matters (such as transfer agent and equity plan administration), as well as developing, adopting, managing and refining applicable corporate governance policies and procedures. Keeping abreast, and advising on potential impact, of new and proposed securities law and corporate governance developments, market trends and best practices in the markets we operate to ensure continued compliance. Supporting the corporate secretarial function, including preparation of notices, agendas and materials for board of directors and committee meetings, including board minutes, resolutions and actions, managing the board and committees calendars, agendas and meeting cadence, and leading preparation for annual meeting of shareholders. Advising on ISS, Glass Lewis and other proxy advisory service positions and corporate responses. Advising on investor relations matters, including review of and collaboration on earnings announcements, earnings scripts, press releases, investor presentations, investor communications, internal communications and other materials (including preparation of appropriate securities disclosure as necessary). Leading the Legal Department's activities on, and manage outside counsel with respect to, all capital markets and other strategic transactions, including M&A and corporate financing transactions and related workstreams. Developing and delivering employee trainings on securities law and related matters, such as insider trading and Regulation FD, and M&A and strategic transaction best practices. Establishing appropriate policies, processes, and systems in areas of coverage that enable the company to grow and scale effectively. Having primary Legal Department responsibility for the Finance Department's day-to-day business needs, including drafting and negotiating a variety of complex commercial agreements on an as-needed basis. Providing advice and counsel to business team leaders on all legal matters affecting areas of coverage, in consultation with other members of the Legal Department and outside counsel as necessary. Building close relationships with personnel at supported business operations and obtaining and maintaining a strong knowledge of the company's products and the objectives of those operations. Leading or assisting the Legal Department's efforts in the preparation, implementation and refinement of forms, processes and procedures relevant to areas of corporate coverage. Providing substantive support to other members of the Legal Department as needed. Performing other special assignments, strategic projects or duties as needed.

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree and law degree required. 6+ years of relevant experience, including training at a leading national law firm as a general corporate, securities, corporate governance or M&A attorney and significant time spent in-house, ideally at a public SaaS or other public technology company. Broad and deep expertise in corporate and U.S. securities laws, corporate governance and board governance matters, including best practices. Strong experience with coordination and timely and continuous filing of disclosure documentation with the SEC and NASDAQ. Familiarity with public company accounting, tax and finance processes, terminology, systems and issues, including a basic knowledge of financial statements, GAAP accounting and tax matters preferred. Must be admitted, registered, active and in good standing with a state bar.
 
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