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Contracts Counsel

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

Contracts Counsel

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

Contracts Counsel

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

Legal Counsel, Regulatory & Compliance (export/trade)

Charlotte NC Legal Counsel, Regulatory & Compliance (Export/Trade) Responsibilities: Development and implementation of the following, in collaboration with business leaders: 1) written policies, procedures and guidelines; 2) global trade training; 3) strategy and plan for compliance assessment and monitoring; 4) processes to track and report compliance; and 5) processes to ensure continuous improvement of program. Provide day-to-day proactive global trade law advice, assistance and counseling. Advise on a variety of export controls and sanctions topics, such as encryption, classification, commodity jurisdiction, licensing, and deemed exports. Counsel on changing export regulations and the impact on our business; assess impact of legal requirements on compliance and risk framework and strategy. Track and report on status and effectiveness of the global trade compliance program. Build strong cross-functional relationships in order to assess and anticipate emerging risk areas across the Company. Partner with Product Team on classification of Splunk products and development of necessary internal controls. Work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues in the U.S. and globally to facilitate a coordinated team approach.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school and member in good standing in any state Bar. 5-7 years of relevant experience in global trade compliance, with an emphasis on export compliance. Strong knowledge of the export regulations and control issues related to software, encryption and the cloud environment. Significant experience with: Commerce Department Export Administration Regulations (EAR), Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions; U.S. anti-boycott laws, State Department International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Prior experience working at or with technology companies. Comfortable handling multiple projects and transactions in parallel, often with short deadlines. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills. Possess the drive and ability to balance working autonomously and collaboratively in a highly dynamic fast-paced environment. Ability to interface and partner successfully with stakeholders at all levels and varying functions of the Company. Flexible and creative, with the initiative to contemplate multiple solutions to issues and to proactively and reliably drive complex projects. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in a fast-paced multinational b2b or enterprise software company with a channel sales model preferred. Experience with anticorruption laws. Combination of both in-house and law firm practice experience. Experience creating and conducting formal presentations and training internationally.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2021-09-23

Legal Counsel, Regulatory & Compliance (export/trade)

Raleigh NC Legal Counsel, Regulatory & Compliance (Export/Trade) Responsibilities: Development and implementation of the following, in collaboration with business leaders: 1) written policies, procedures and guidelines; 2) global trade training; 3) strategy and plan for compliance assessment and monitoring; 4) processes to track and report compliance; and 5) processes to ensure continuous improvement of program. Provide day-to-day proactive global trade law advice, assistance and counseling. Advise on a variety of export controls and sanctions topics, such as encryption, classification, commodity jurisdiction, licensing, and deemed exports. Counsel on changing export regulations and the impact on our business; assess impact of legal requirements on compliance and risk framework and strategy. Track and report on status and effectiveness of the global trade compliance program. Build strong cross-functional relationships in order to assess and anticipate emerging risk areas across the Company. Partner with Product Team on classification of Splunk products and development of necessary internal controls. Work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues in the U.S. and globally to facilitate a coordinated team approach.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school and member in good standing in any state Bar. 5-7 years of relevant experience in global trade compliance, with an emphasis on export compliance. Strong knowledge of the export regulations and control issues related to software, encryption and the cloud environment. Significant experience with: Commerce Department Export Administration Regulations (EAR), Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions; U.S. anti-boycott laws, State Department International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Prior experience working at or with technology companies. Comfortable handling multiple projects and transactions in parallel, often with short deadlines. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills. Possess the drive and ability to balance working autonomously and collaboratively in a highly dynamic fast-paced environment. Ability to interface and partner successfully with stakeholders at all levels and varying functions of the Company. Flexible and creative, with the initiative to contemplate multiple solutions to issues and to proactively and reliably drive complex projects. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in a fast-paced multinational b2b or enterprise software company with a channel sales model preferred. Experience with anticorruption laws. Combination of both in-house and law firm practice experience. Experience creating and conducting formal presentations and training internationally.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2021-09-23

Senior Securities and Commercial Counsel

Charlotte NC Senior Securities and Commercial Counsel The candidate will report to the company's General Counsel. Will collaborate with other company departments in preparing and reviewing SEC filings, including proxy statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, as well as Section 16 filings. Support members of senior management and various departments, including by drafting, reviewing, negotiating and interpreting a wide variety of commercial agreements, such as SAAS; licensing; information technology; marketing; services and confidentiality agreements. Prepare materials for consideration by the Board and its committees. Advise on Board matters, develop corporate governance policies, and implement legal controls to help ensure sound corporate governance practices. Support corporate transactional matters and other strategic corporate initiatives such as treasury reserve management, financing transactions, securities offerings, stock repurchases, acquisitions or divestitures, and corporate reorganizations. Advise on investor relations and external communications matters, including reviewing press releases, earnings announcements and scripts, investor presentations and communications, and other key marketing materials. Assist in the development of policies, procedures and training as needed. Suggest and implement improvements in processes, forms and operations, including disclosure controls and procedures. Provide advice, strategic support and education to executives and employees about corporate governance, securities, M&A and other corporate matters. Keep up to date with proposed and new corporate regulations to evaluate the potential impact on the company and arrange for new policies and procedures to ensure compliance. Should have excellent academic credentials with a J.D. degree and be admitted to practice law in at least one state. Must have 3-6 years of experience as a corporate attorney, with significant experience in corporate governance matters and publicly traded companies generally, including Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act including 3+ years at a top law firm. Previous in-house experience is a plus. Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2021-09-22

Contracts Counsel

Wilmington NC Contracts Counsel - Remote Duties: Handle the drafting, review, and negotiation of a variety of types of contracts, consistent with company policies and objectives. Advise internally of associated risk and devise strategies to minimize such risk. Enforce organizational contract policies and procedures. Review sales contracts, identify issues, obtain internal feedback from appropriate department heads and personnel, work with sales team to identify client requirements and contract needs, and work with in-house and outside attorneys to prepare and negotiate contract terms. Review requests for proposal and identify potential risks; draft exceptions to protect the company's interests and adapt the terms to the applicable services. Maintain deadlines on deliverables and communicate with internal and external clients about contract issues. Maintain accurate and updated reports on contract status. Other legal duties as requested by legal department management.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree and JD Degree. Prior legal experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job, with a preference toward 2+ years experience post-graduation from law school, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Prior legal experience, particularly in commercial contract review, revision, and negotiation, including SaaS contracts, etc a plus. Must have positive attitude and be a team player both within the legal department and in interactions with all other departments in order to accomplish company objectives.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-20

Senior Legal Counsel, Litigation and Risk Management

Charlotte NC Senior Legal Counsel, Litigation and Risk Management The candidate will report to the Associate General Counsel, Global Ethics, Compliance and Risk, and be a key member of the Global Ethics, Compliance and Risk team within the Ansys Legal Department. Primary responsibilities will involve providing legal support on, and leading the day-to-day management of, the Company's litigation and risk management functions. Will also assist other groups in executing important risk-related functions - e.g., assisting Ethics and Compliance with conducting internal investigations. Some aspects of the role's responsibilities are global in nature, while others relate specifically to the United States. Provide practical guidance to the Company with regard to litigation matters and lead the day-to-day management of the Company's litigation function, including: manage both offensive and defensive commercial and insured litigation matters; responsible for formulating, re-assessing and driving strategy on pending and threatened claims and litigation; coordinate and collaborate with in-house employment counsel regarding the handling of employment-related litigation matters; investigate, assess and advise on or directly respond to pre-litigation claims and disputes; investigate, and actively manage or directly handle local, state and federal agency investigations or actions involving compliance or other regulatory issues; provide succinct and practical advice on risk, claim, litigation and regulatory issues to internal teams; review and assess operational policies, processes and practices to identify, evaluate and mitigate claim and litigation risk; both supervise and partner with outside counsel to ensure that all aspects of legal representation of the Company are of the highest quality and provide day-to-day management of all aspects of matters, including strategic and tactical decision-making and critical review of written work product. Establish and manage budgets. Provide practical guidance to the Company with regard to risk management and lead the day-to-day management of the Company's insurance function, including understand, develop, and promote risk tolerance and risk management goals; support the review, constant development and enhancements of risk management framework including risk governance, organization structure, policies and procedures, three lines of defense, risk measures and metrics including risk appetite and risk limits, risk monitoring and escalation; identify current state risk management activities and governance structure, formulate the required/desired state based on regulatory and best practices, conduct gap analysis and formulate the target operating model; full oversite of the Company's insurance programs, including Property and Casualty, Errors and Omissions, Cyber, Directors and Officers Liability; provide insurance coverage guidance to all areas of the Company; establish processes and procedures which ensure timely insurance renewals and reasonable premium allocations; maintain excellent communication with executive management on policy changes, coverage needs, and critical claims progress; ensure an efficient claims administration process; interface with property insurance brokers and carriers; and coordinate on-site risk audits by broker and carrier. Provide strategic and tactical support to the Company's Ethics and Compliance Program, including assisting with the handling of internal investigations; work closely with the business leaders to ensure that Company policies and procedures are in compliance with current laws and are being followed by the Company. Provide legal counsel and support with litigation and risk management matters in the context of strategic transactions / acquisitions, including due diligence, especially with regard to litigation and risk management matters; negotiation/drafting of relevant reps and covenants in M&A deals; liaise with leadership and insurance brokers on all acquisition related insurance matters; interface with outside M&A counsel on M&A transactions, and collaborate with in-house counsel and other internal stakeholders on pre-close integration planning and post-close integration implementation.

The candidate must have a Juris Doctor (JD) degree from a U.S. accredited law school and membership in good standing of at least one State Bar association with 10-15 years of experience in litigation and risk management. Must have knowledge and experience with pertinent federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations related to risk management. Knowledge of tort law, insurance adjusting practices, risk management principles, and safety practices, principles, and theories are required. Must have insurance program management experience. Some experience with M&A and corporate transactions is required. A mix of law firm and in-house experience required, with a strong preference for prior in-house experience with a company with global operation is needed.
Legal 10 - 15 Full-time 2021-09-20

Government Contracts Attorney

Charlotte NC Government Contracts Attorney The candidate will advise and provide solutions to internal business clients servicing Federal industry-based clients on issues relating to the pursuit and performance of federal government contracts, including with respect to federal procurement law and regulation, cost accounting standards, federal facility and personnel clearance matters, cybersecurity, and other compliance requirements for federal government contractors. Will structure, review and negotiate complex government and commercial agreements including government subcontracts and vendor agreements, teaming agreements, and other federal practice-related business agreements as necessary. Provide sophisticated strategic advice to the internal business clients and leadership on nuanced and complex issues, including with respect to implementing policies and procedures to minimize enterprise risk, particularly those associated with the government contracting practice. Proactively identify and resolve government contracting regulatory and compliance issues, including responding to government audits and investigations. Collaborate with various subject matter experts and other legal specialists within the firm to support matters impacting the business, including with respect to intellectual property, cybersecurity, talent, and ethics. Efficiently manage government contract disputes and litigation, including the proactive supervision of outside counsel, with the goal of expeditious and economical resolution of bid protests, equitable adjustments and claims, lawsuits and regulatory matters, and conducting internal investigations. Support the GPS federal practice's contract practice's operating and compliance programs, including by preparing and conducting training on government contracting and compliance topics.

The candidate should be an active member of a US State or Commonwealth Bar. Must have 3-5 years of experience as a practicing attorney, preferably in a leading law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should also have 3+ years of federal government contract law experience. Should have experience handling federal government contracts and grants matters, including negotiating/drafting subcontracts and prime contracts, FAR/DFARS compliance, audits/investigations, government contracts supply chain, cyber and/or IP issues, and disputes/claims. Experience with delivery and implementation of technology (including software, SaaS, AI/ML, and other solutions) for federal government customers is a plus. Experience with an independent public accounting or professional services firm setting is helpful. Working knowledge of federal contract types and contacting principles, laws, Executive Orders, regulations and procedures applicable to pre-award and post-award actions (including the FAR, DFARS, and GSA regulations) is required. Working knowledge of federal cybersecurity requirements, including NIST and FedRAMP, and federal supply chain compliance requirements is needed. Familiarity with the management of GSA offerings, compliance processes, price management and the financial reporting process is a plus.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2021-09-20

Government Contracts Attorney

Raleigh NC Government Contracts Attorney The candidate will advise and provide solutions to internal business clients servicing Federal industry-based clients on issues relating to the pursuit and performance of federal government contracts, including with respect to federal procurement law and regulation, cost accounting standards, federal facility and personnel clearance matters, cybersecurity, and other compliance requirements for federal government contractors. Will structure, review and negotiate complex government and commercial agreements including government subcontracts and vendor agreements, teaming agreements, and other federal practice-related business agreements as necessary. Provide sophisticated strategic advice to the internal business clients and leadership on nuanced and complex issues, including with respect to implementing policies and procedures to minimize enterprise risk, particularly those associated with the government contracting practice. Proactively identify and resolve government contracting regulatory and compliance issues, including responding to government audits and investigations. Collaborate with various subject matter experts and other legal specialists within the firm to support matters impacting the business, including with respect to intellectual property, cybersecurity, talent, and ethics. Efficiently manage government contract disputes and litigation, including the proactive supervision of outside counsel, with the goal of expeditious and economical resolution of bid protests, equitable adjustments and claims, lawsuits and regulatory matters, and conducting internal investigations. Support the GPS federal practice's contract practice's operating and compliance programs, including by preparing and conducting training on government contracting and compliance topics.

The candidate should be an active member of a US State or Commonwealth Bar. Must have 3-5 years of experience as a practicing attorney, preferably in a leading law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should also have 3+ years of federal government contract law experience. Should have experience handling federal government contracts and grants matters, including negotiating/drafting subcontracts and prime contracts, FAR/DFARS compliance, audits/investigations, government contracts supply chain, cyber and/or IP issues, and disputes/claims. Experience with delivery and implementation of technology (including software, SaaS, AI/ML, and other solutions) for federal government customers is a plus. Experience with an independent public accounting or professional services firm setting is helpful. Working knowledge of federal contract types and contacting principles, laws, Executive Orders, regulations and procedures applicable to pre-award and post-award actions (including the FAR, DFARS, and GSA regulations) is required. Working knowledge of federal cybersecurity requirements, including NIST and FedRAMP, and federal supply chain compliance requirements is needed. Familiarity with the management of GSA offerings, compliance processes, price management and the financial reporting process is a plus.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2021-09-20
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Contracts Counsel
Refer job# KOMI162321
 
Contracts Counsel The candidate will work with a geographically spread-out team to get smart deals done. Will help with compliance, or disputes, or management presentations. Help set up new processes. Review and improve suggested playbooks. Must have a J.D. degree with 1-2 years of experience. Should preferably have experience in negotiating software licenses and SaaS agreements. Experience with some past litigation or compliance projects is a plus. Strong negotiation skills with a proven track record of successfully negotiating complex deals and understanding software licenses and/or cloud computing required.
 
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Contracts Counsel
Refer job# APDW162323
 
Contracts Counsel The candidate will work with a geographically spread-out team to get smart deals done. Will help with compliance, or disputes, or management presentations. Help set up new processes. Review and improve suggested playbooks. Must have a J.D. degree with 1-2 years of experience. Should preferably have experience in negotiating software licenses and SaaS agreements. Experience with some past litigation or compliance projects is a plus. Strong negotiation skills with a proven track record of successfully negotiating complex deals and understanding software licenses and/or cloud computing required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Counsel
Refer job# UYOJ162337
 
Contracts Counsel The candidate will work with a geographically spread-out team to get smart deals done. Will help with compliance, or disputes, or management presentations. Help set up new processes. Review and improve suggested playbooks. Must have a J.D. degree with 1-2 years of experience. Should preferably have experience in negotiating software licenses and SaaS agreements. Experience with some past litigation or compliance projects is a plus. Strong negotiation skills with a proven track record of successfully negotiating complex deals and understanding software licenses and/or cloud computing required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Legal Counsel, Regulatory & Compliance (export/trade)
Refer job# NSIP162226
 
Legal Counsel, Regulatory & Compliance (Export/Trade) Responsibilities: Development and implementation of the following, in collaboration with business leaders: 1) written policies, procedures and guidelines; 2) global trade training; 3) strategy and plan for compliance assessment and monitoring; 4) processes to track and report compliance; and 5) processes to ensure continuous improvement of program. Provide day-to-day proactive global trade law advice, assistance and counseling. Advise on a variety of export controls and sanctions topics, such as encryption, classification, commodity jurisdiction, licensing, and deemed exports. Counsel on changing export regulations and the impact on our business; assess impact of legal requirements on compliance and risk framework and strategy. Track and report on status and effectiveness of the global trade compliance program. Build strong cross-functional relationships in order to assess and anticipate emerging risk areas across the Company. Partner with Product Team on classification of Splunk products and development of necessary internal controls. Work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues in the U.S. and globally to facilitate a coordinated team approach.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school and member in good standing in any state Bar. 5-7 years of relevant experience in global trade compliance, with an emphasis on export compliance. Strong knowledge of the export regulations and control issues related to software, encryption and the cloud environment. Significant experience with: Commerce Department Export Administration Regulations (EAR), Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions; U.S. anti-boycott laws, State Department International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Prior experience working at or with technology companies. Comfortable handling multiple projects and transactions in parallel, often with short deadlines. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills. Possess the drive and ability to balance working autonomously and collaboratively in a highly dynamic fast-paced environment. Ability to interface and partner successfully with stakeholders at all levels and varying functions of the Company. Flexible and creative, with the initiative to contemplate multiple solutions to issues and to proactively and reliably drive complex projects. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in a fast-paced multinational b2b or enterprise software company with a channel sales model preferred. Experience with anticorruption laws. Combination of both in-house and law firm practice experience. Experience creating and conducting formal presentations and training internationally.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal Counsel, Regulatory & Compliance (export/trade)
Refer job# GSJL162227
 
Legal Counsel, Regulatory & Compliance (Export/Trade) Responsibilities: Development and implementation of the following, in collaboration with business leaders: 1) written policies, procedures and guidelines; 2) global trade training; 3) strategy and plan for compliance assessment and monitoring; 4) processes to track and report compliance; and 5) processes to ensure continuous improvement of program. Provide day-to-day proactive global trade law advice, assistance and counseling. Advise on a variety of export controls and sanctions topics, such as encryption, classification, commodity jurisdiction, licensing, and deemed exports. Counsel on changing export regulations and the impact on our business; assess impact of legal requirements on compliance and risk framework and strategy. Track and report on status and effectiveness of the global trade compliance program. Build strong cross-functional relationships in order to assess and anticipate emerging risk areas across the Company. Partner with Product Team on classification of Splunk products and development of necessary internal controls. Work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues in the U.S. and globally to facilitate a coordinated team approach.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school and member in good standing in any state Bar. 5-7 years of relevant experience in global trade compliance, with an emphasis on export compliance. Strong knowledge of the export regulations and control issues related to software, encryption and the cloud environment. Significant experience with: Commerce Department Export Administration Regulations (EAR), Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctions; U.S. anti-boycott laws, State Department International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Prior experience working at or with technology companies. Comfortable handling multiple projects and transactions in parallel, often with short deadlines. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills. Possess the drive and ability to balance working autonomously and collaboratively in a highly dynamic fast-paced environment. Ability to interface and partner successfully with stakeholders at all levels and varying functions of the Company. Flexible and creative, with the initiative to contemplate multiple solutions to issues and to proactively and reliably drive complex projects. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in a fast-paced multinational b2b or enterprise software company with a channel sales model preferred. Experience with anticorruption laws. Combination of both in-house and law firm practice experience. Experience creating and conducting formal presentations and training internationally.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Securities and Commercial Counsel
Refer job# SFXC162116
 
Senior Securities and Commercial Counsel The candidate will report to the company's General Counsel. Will collaborate with other company departments in preparing and reviewing SEC filings, including proxy statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, as well as Section 16 filings. Support members of senior management and various departments, including by drafting, reviewing, negotiating and interpreting a wide variety of commercial agreements, such as SAAS; licensing; information technology; marketing; services and confidentiality agreements. Prepare materials for consideration by the Board and its committees. Advise on Board matters, develop corporate governance policies, and implement legal controls to help ensure sound corporate governance practices. Support corporate transactional matters and other strategic corporate initiatives such as treasury reserve management, financing transactions, securities offerings, stock repurchases, acquisitions or divestitures, and corporate reorganizations. Advise on investor relations and external communications matters, including reviewing press releases, earnings announcements and scripts, investor presentations and communications, and other key marketing materials. Assist in the development of policies, procedures and training as needed. Suggest and implement improvements in processes, forms and operations, including disclosure controls and procedures. Provide advice, strategic support and education to executives and employees about corporate governance, securities, M&A and other corporate matters. Keep up to date with proposed and new corporate regulations to evaluate the potential impact on the company and arrange for new policies and procedures to ensure compliance. Should have excellent academic credentials with a J.D. degree and be admitted to practice law in at least one state. Must have 3-6 years of experience as a corporate attorney, with significant experience in corporate governance matters and publicly traded companies generally, including Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act including 3+ years at a top law firm. Previous in-house experience is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Contracts Counsel
Refer job# USPR161997
 
Contracts Counsel - Remote Duties: Handle the drafting, review, and negotiation of a variety of types of contracts, consistent with company policies and objectives. Advise internally of associated risk and devise strategies to minimize such risk. Enforce organizational contract policies and procedures. Review sales contracts, identify issues, obtain internal feedback from appropriate department heads and personnel, work with sales team to identify client requirements and contract needs, and work with in-house and outside attorneys to prepare and negotiate contract terms. Review requests for proposal and identify potential risks; draft exceptions to protect the company's interests and adapt the terms to the applicable services. Maintain deadlines on deliverables and communicate with internal and external clients about contract issues. Maintain accurate and updated reports on contract status. Other legal duties as requested by legal department management.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree and JD Degree. Prior legal experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job, with a preference toward 2+ years experience post-graduation from law school, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Prior legal experience, particularly in commercial contract review, revision, and negotiation, including SaaS contracts, etc a plus. Must have positive attitude and be a team player both within the legal department and in interactions with all other departments in order to accomplish company objectives.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Litigation and Risk Management
Refer job# NRRN162024
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Litigation and Risk Management The candidate will report to the Associate General Counsel, Global Ethics, Compliance and Risk, and be a key member of the Global Ethics, Compliance and Risk team within the Ansys Legal Department. Primary responsibilities will involve providing legal support on, and leading the day-to-day management of, the Company's litigation and risk management functions. Will also assist other groups in executing important risk-related functions - e.g., assisting Ethics and Compliance with conducting internal investigations. Some aspects of the role's responsibilities are global in nature, while others relate specifically to the United States. Provide practical guidance to the Company with regard to litigation matters and lead the day-to-day management of the Company's litigation function, including: manage both offensive and defensive commercial and insured litigation matters; responsible for formulating, re-assessing and driving strategy on pending and threatened claims and litigation; coordinate and collaborate with in-house employment counsel regarding the handling of employment-related litigation matters; investigate, assess and advise on or directly respond to pre-litigation claims and disputes; investigate, and actively manage or directly handle local, state and federal agency investigations or actions involving compliance or other regulatory issues; provide succinct and practical advice on risk, claim, litigation and regulatory issues to internal teams; review and assess operational policies, processes and practices to identify, evaluate and mitigate claim and litigation risk; both supervise and partner with outside counsel to ensure that all aspects of legal representation of the Company are of the highest quality and provide day-to-day management of all aspects of matters, including strategic and tactical decision-making and critical review of written work product. Establish and manage budgets. Provide practical guidance to the Company with regard to risk management and lead the day-to-day management of the Company's insurance function, including understand, develop, and promote risk tolerance and risk management goals; support the review, constant development and enhancements of risk management framework including risk governance, organization structure, policies and procedures, three lines of defense, risk measures and metrics including risk appetite and risk limits, risk monitoring and escalation; identify current state risk management activities and governance structure, formulate the required/desired state based on regulatory and best practices, conduct gap analysis and formulate the target operating model; full oversite of the Company's insurance programs, including Property and Casualty, Errors and Omissions, Cyber, Directors and Officers Liability; provide insurance coverage guidance to all areas of the Company; establish processes and procedures which ensure timely insurance renewals and reasonable premium allocations; maintain excellent communication with executive management on policy changes, coverage needs, and critical claims progress; ensure an efficient claims administration process; interface with property insurance brokers and carriers; and coordinate on-site risk audits by broker and carrier. Provide strategic and tactical support to the Company's Ethics and Compliance Program, including assisting with the handling of internal investigations; work closely with the business leaders to ensure that Company policies and procedures are in compliance with current laws and are being followed by the Company. Provide legal counsel and support with litigation and risk management matters in the context of strategic transactions / acquisitions, including due diligence, especially with regard to litigation and risk management matters; negotiation/drafting of relevant reps and covenants in M&A deals; liaise with leadership and insurance brokers on all acquisition related insurance matters; interface with outside M&A counsel on M&A transactions, and collaborate with in-house counsel and other internal stakeholders on pre-close integration planning and post-close integration implementation.

The candidate must have a Juris Doctor (JD) degree from a U.S. accredited law school and membership in good standing of at least one State Bar association with 10-15 years of experience in litigation and risk management. Must have knowledge and experience with pertinent federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations related to risk management. Knowledge of tort law, insurance adjusting practices, risk management principles, and safety practices, principles, and theories are required. Must have insurance program management experience. Some experience with M&A and corporate transactions is required. A mix of law firm and in-house experience required, with a strong preference for prior in-house experience with a company with global operation is needed.
 
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Government Contracts Attorney
Refer job# XLBO162043
 
Government Contracts Attorney The candidate will advise and provide solutions to internal business clients servicing Federal industry-based clients on issues relating to the pursuit and performance of federal government contracts, including with respect to federal procurement law and regulation, cost accounting standards, federal facility and personnel clearance matters, cybersecurity, and other compliance requirements for federal government contractors. Will structure, review and negotiate complex government and commercial agreements including government subcontracts and vendor agreements, teaming agreements, and other federal practice-related business agreements as necessary. Provide sophisticated strategic advice to the internal business clients and leadership on nuanced and complex issues, including with respect to implementing policies and procedures to minimize enterprise risk, particularly those associated with the government contracting practice. Proactively identify and resolve government contracting regulatory and compliance issues, including responding to government audits and investigations. Collaborate with various subject matter experts and other legal specialists within the firm to support matters impacting the business, including with respect to intellectual property, cybersecurity, talent, and ethics. Efficiently manage government contract disputes and litigation, including the proactive supervision of outside counsel, with the goal of expeditious and economical resolution of bid protests, equitable adjustments and claims, lawsuits and regulatory matters, and conducting internal investigations. Support the GPS federal practice's contract practice's operating and compliance programs, including by preparing and conducting training on government contracting and compliance topics.

The candidate should be an active member of a US State or Commonwealth Bar. Must have 3-5 years of experience as a practicing attorney, preferably in a leading law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should also have 3+ years of federal government contract law experience. Should have experience handling federal government contracts and grants matters, including negotiating/drafting subcontracts and prime contracts, FAR/DFARS compliance, audits/investigations, government contracts supply chain, cyber and/or IP issues, and disputes/claims. Experience with delivery and implementation of technology (including software, SaaS, AI/ML, and other solutions) for federal government customers is a plus. Experience with an independent public accounting or professional services firm setting is helpful. Working knowledge of federal contract types and contacting principles, laws, Executive Orders, regulations and procedures applicable to pre-award and post-award actions (including the FAR, DFARS, and GSA regulations) is required. Working knowledge of federal cybersecurity requirements, including NIST and FedRAMP, and federal supply chain compliance requirements is needed. Familiarity with the management of GSA offerings, compliance processes, price management and the financial reporting process is a plus.
 
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Government Contracts Attorney
Refer job# GSDN162067
 
Government Contracts Attorney The candidate will advise and provide solutions to internal business clients servicing Federal industry-based clients on issues relating to the pursuit and performance of federal government contracts, including with respect to federal procurement law and regulation, cost accounting standards, federal facility and personnel clearance matters, cybersecurity, and other compliance requirements for federal government contractors. Will structure, review and negotiate complex government and commercial agreements including government subcontracts and vendor agreements, teaming agreements, and other federal practice-related business agreements as necessary. Provide sophisticated strategic advice to the internal business clients and leadership on nuanced and complex issues, including with respect to implementing policies and procedures to minimize enterprise risk, particularly those associated with the government contracting practice. Proactively identify and resolve government contracting regulatory and compliance issues, including responding to government audits and investigations. Collaborate with various subject matter experts and other legal specialists within the firm to support matters impacting the business, including with respect to intellectual property, cybersecurity, talent, and ethics. Efficiently manage government contract disputes and litigation, including the proactive supervision of outside counsel, with the goal of expeditious and economical resolution of bid protests, equitable adjustments and claims, lawsuits and regulatory matters, and conducting internal investigations. Support the GPS federal practice's contract practice's operating and compliance programs, including by preparing and conducting training on government contracting and compliance topics.

The candidate should be an active member of a US State or Commonwealth Bar. Must have 3-5 years of experience as a practicing attorney, preferably in a leading law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should also have 3+ years of federal government contract law experience. Should have experience handling federal government contracts and grants matters, including negotiating/drafting subcontracts and prime contracts, FAR/DFARS compliance, audits/investigations, government contracts supply chain, cyber and/or IP issues, and disputes/claims. Experience with delivery and implementation of technology (including software, SaaS, AI/ML, and other solutions) for federal government customers is a plus. Experience with an independent public accounting or professional services firm setting is helpful. Working knowledge of federal contract types and contacting principles, laws, Executive Orders, regulations and procedures applicable to pre-award and post-award actions (including the FAR, DFARS, and GSA regulations) is required. Working knowledge of federal cybersecurity requirements, including NIST and FedRAMP, and federal supply chain compliance requirements is needed. Familiarity with the management of GSA offerings, compliance processes, price management and the financial reporting process is a plus.
 
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