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Associate General Counsel General Corporate

Plano TX Associate General Counsel - General Corporate Responsibilities: Responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating various types of legal documents and commercial contracts, including financing arrangements, vendor agreements, professional services contracts, employment agreements, and confidentiality agreements. Responsible for corporate governance matters, including resolutions and other Board materials. Responsible for providing legal support to HR on employee relation matters, including preparing executive employment letters. Provide support on the legal aspects of company policies, procedures, and regulatory compliance. Responsible for managing the legal aspects of the Company's lending and servicing licensing regime. All other legal tasks assigned. Manage a team of one junior attorney and one paralegal.

Qualifications: Juris Doctoral degree from an accredited school of law. 6-8 years experience in either general corporate (governance, HR, licensing, contracts). Law firm experience preferred. Comfortable with seeking direction where necessary but also work independently where appropriate. Excellent interpersonal skills. Strong critical thinking skills. Adaptability and attention to detail. Ability to communicate in writing and verbally effectively. Experience managing attorneys or paralegals a plus.
Legal 6 - 8 Full-time 2021-09-18

Assistant General Counsel Transactional Attorney / Multifamily Real

Plano TX Assistant General Counsel - Transactional Attorney / Multifamily Real The candidate will support General Counsel on transactional and general corporate legal matters as well as serve as liaison to business units on questions relating to Multifamily real estate law (including title and survey)/servicing. Draft, review and negotiate various types of legal documents and commercial contracts, including financing arrangements, vendor agreements, professional services contracts, employment agreements, and confidentiality agreements. Provide support to loan origination, underwriting, and servicing teams on matters relating to multifamily real estate law (including title and survey) and servicing. Provide support to General Counsel on corporate governance matters, including resolutions and other Board materials. Provide Legal support on aspects of company policies, procedures, and regulatory compliance. Provide support to HR on aspects of employee relations, including preparing executive employment letters. Provide support in managing the Company's lending and servicing licensing regime.

The candidate must have a Juris Doctoral degree from an accredited school of law and 3-4 years of experience in either general corporate (governance, HR, licensing, contracts) or commercial/multifamily real estate law. Law firm experience preferred. Experience with state lending and servicing licensing regimes is a plus. Must be comfortable with seeking direction where necessary but also work independently where appropriate. Should have excellent interpersonal skills, strong critical thinking skills, and the ability to communicate in writing and verbally effectively.
Legal 3 - 4 Full-time 2021-09-18

Litigation Counsel

Dallas TX Litigation Counsel The candidate will manage a broad portfolio of litigation and pre-litigation matters in multiple practice areas and in all jurisdictions in which operates. Will take a hands-on approach to all facets of litigation, including responding to subpoenas and discovery requests, drafting and revising legal briefs, interviewing witnesses, preparing witnesses for testimony, and negotiating and drafting settlements. Manage all aspects of outside counsel relationships, including staffing, litigation strategy, work product, and budgets. Advise collaborators to address and resolve potential disputes to support our goals. Create scalable processes to help support a growing business.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Must have 4+ years of broad litigation experience at a law firm or in-house, handling complex commercial litigation, including class action litigation, alternative dispute resolution and pre-litigation disputes. Must be familiar with e-discovery issues, including document retention procedures; collection, review, and production of documents; and third-party subpoena compliance. Prior in-house experience at a technology or sharing economy company is a plus. Experience with antitrust law, employment law, intellectual property or consumer class actions is desired.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Corporate Counsel

Dallas TX Corporate Counsel Duties: Be the solution. Keep clients happy. Provide intellectual value. Consistency. Be sticky. Help your fellow GDT-ers. Teach. Mentor. Lend a hand. Provide counsel and legal assistance throughout the company in matters primarily regarding (1) labor and employment regulatory compliance best practices, (2) litigation and arbitration, and (3) regulatory compliance. Responsible for proactively delivering solutions and business oriented legal advice, support, counsel, representation and services to one or more key functional areas of under the general oversight and supervision of General Counsel. Advise and counsel business managers on a wide-range of legal and process issues associated with our information technology function, including regulatory compliance (particularly privacy issues in transactions), development of and compliance with internal control processes, and management of business disputes that have not ripened into litigation. Prepare and deliver training programs designed to enhance business results and manage risk. Manage litigation and dispute related issues not requiring assistance of outside counsel; draft various motions, briefs, and other pleadings; assist with discovery, including gathering information and documentation, conducting privilege reviews, creating privilege logs, and assisting in document reviews; draft and manage legal holds, demands for indemnification, and other demand letters. Advise human resources and leadership on a full range of employment and labor law issues, including hiring, leaves and accommodations, discipline, terminations, employment contracts, restrictive covenants, diversity and inclusion, compensation and benefits, etc. Provides timely and practical analysis and counsel on legal matters and policy issues related to employment law that impact current and planned business activities. Handles assigned subject areas within areas of legal expertise with a high degree of independence, quality, competence, responsiveness, planning, sound judgment, and minimal need for supervision. Build and maintain positive relationships and collaborate effectively with internal business partners. Learn business, industry, competitive environment and future growth objectives.

Qualifications: JD Degree with 5-8 years experience in private practice and/or in-house attorney, with a focus on the responsibilities outlined above. Member of Texas State Bar in good standing. Demonstrated sophisticated litigation experience. Ability to isolate complex legal issues and provide prompt, concise, and business-focused legal advice, while balancing risks and benefits to the company. Ability to work independently, manage multiple time-sensitive projects, and set priorities with excellent follow-up skills and organization. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to motivate and negotiate effectively with key stakeholders. Confidence to escalate issues appropriately to supervisors. Solid technical aptitude; advanced skills in the use of technology, including litigation management tools as well as Microsoft products.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2021-09-18

Construction Attorney

Dallas TX Construction Attorney Duties: Support the Company's Investments and Development teams on real estate transactions and construction-related matters. Support the Risk Management team and overseeing construction-related insurance placements. Draft and negotiate design and construction agreements including insurance provisions. Negotiate subcontract revisions and manage relationships with subcontractor legal contacts. Review construction-related financing agreements and create a template to establish a consistent approach. Manage construction and architecture licensing requirements. Advise on subcontractor default issues and draft default letters. Manage construction-related litigation, lien-related issues, and liability claims. Document and track construction-related obligations (required delivery dates, MBE participation requirements, etc.). Draft force majeure and delay notifications. Manage the placement of insurance programs for construction projects including general liability and builder's risk. Perform other required duties.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate from an Accredited Law School with outstanding academic performance. Admission in good standing to the Bar and licensed in the state in consideration. 5+ years of construction-related legal experience and knowledge of insurance concepts and placement. Proficient in Microsoft office suite. Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work with clients, the public, and individuals at all levels of the organization in a positive and collaborative manner.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-17

Legal Counsel II, Employment

Dallas TX Legal Counsel II, Employment The candidate will report to the Associate General Counsel, Employment, and be a key member of the Employment team within the Legal Department's Global Ethics, Compliance, and Risk team. Primary responsibilities will involve the provision of legal support on executive compensation and employee benefits matters, as well as a wide variety of general employment law matters. Some aspects of the role responsibilities are global in nature, while others relate specifically to the United States. Provide practical legal counsel to Human Resources and interface with outside counsel with regard to day-to-day compensation and benefits issues, including stock plan, employee stock purchase plan, sales commission plans, and required public company disclosure issues; 401(k) plan (including fiduciary guidance to its retirement committee), health savings accounts and health and welfare programs; development and updates of policies, plan documentation and communications relating to the company's compensation and employee health and welfare plans and programs and related initiatives; negotiation and documentation of employment, retention and separation agreements and restrictive covenants of varying complexity. Provide practical legal counsel to Human Resources and business units and interface with outside counsel with regard to day-to-day general employment law matters, including advice on harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and other workplace investigations; counsel internal clients on various employment matters, including reasonable accommodations, leaves of absence, fair pay, and wage and hour issues; and respond to claims and demand letters; research and advise on legislative trends in harassment prevention and other areas. Work with Human Resources to enhance training programs. Provide thought leadership and support for diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives; and develop, revise and implement related policies and training solutions and stay atop of industry developments to help the company be best in class. Provide legal counsel and support with HR-related elements of strategic transactions/acquisitions, including due diligence, especially with regard to employee benefits, compensation plans, and other qualified and non-qualified plan issues; negotiation/drafting of employment-related reps and covenants in M&A deals; and interface with outside M&A and employment counsel on M&A transactions; and pre / post-close implementation.

The candidate must have a Juris Doctor (JD) degree from a U.S. accredited law school with a membership in good standing of at least one State Bar association and 3-7 years of experience in executive compensation and employee benefits subject areas, with preference given to executive compensation experience with a public company; and experience in risk mitigation related to key employee-life cycle events (hiring, retention, and terminations). Must have some experience with M&A and corporate transactions. A mix of law firm and in-house experience is strongly preferred. The ability to spot and analyze complex issues and devise practical strategies and solutions is required. Must have strong communication skills (oral and written), with both legal and non-legal professionals, and comfort working in a role requiring utmost discretion and confidentiality. Strong drafting and negotiating skills and the ability to manage and prioritize multiple complex projects simultaneously are required. Must be flexible and adaptable - demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced working environment and work diplomatically and tactfully with others.
Legal 3 - 7 Full-time 2021-09-17

Strategic Counselor, Compliance

Austin TX Strategic Counselor, Compliance The candidate will assist with legal advice and counseling, communications, and project management on high-priority, cross-functional legal issues. Will play a key role in supporting initiatives across the company, and act as an advisor and key support to the CCO and Compliance leadership team. Support the CCO in proactively managing key priorities and initiatives across the company, including through liaison with colleagues, organizing meetings and follow-up on key issues, and helping to leverage leadership time and attention on critical matters. Provide and coordinate support with respect to company-wide management initiatives and issues, including agendas and planning Legal leadership, offsite and company-wide meetings. Conduct analysis and work with colleagues to prepare the background for meetings with key partners (e.g. identify goals and talking points, provide background on attendees, issues, problems or decisions that need to be made). Act as liaison for internal and external engagements, oversee the preparation of materials, and support opportunities to proactively engage with stakeholders on legal and regulatory developments that are important to the company. Conduct or commission research on a variety of topics, relevant issues and organizations, and synthesize this research into executive summaries with key business and communication insights. Advise on responses to legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, and provide project management and coordination support when needed. Participate in after-action review and analysis, and develop remediation and mitigation measures. Actively collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as Public Policy, Communications, Product Teams, Human Resources, and Finance, to respond to fast-moving inquiries requiring legal support. Should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 8+ years of attorney experience, including in-house or law firm experience providing strategic advice including in regards to communications. Should also have 3+ years of experience in research and analysis. Experience in litigation communications, crisis preparation and response, or issue management is preferred. Experience leading cross-functional projects is needed. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16

Associate General Counsel, Privacy

Austin TX Associate General Counsel, Privacy The candidate will develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and privacy laws globally and advise on the impact of the same on the Firm's business. Will assist product lawyers in evaluating the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions. Support members of the business and policy teams on privacy related community and business integrity issues. Assist in the development and conduct of general and role-specific privacy training across the Firm.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 8+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience advising on privacy legal risks and mitigations is needed. Working knowledge of youth-related privacy issues and laws (e.g., COPPA) is preferred. Working knowledge of relevant privacy laws such as CCPA, GDPR or LGPD is a plus. In-house experience with applicable litigation, regulatory, or product counseling, particularly at a technology or social media company is desired. Experience explaining topics and gaining support and consensus from multiple stakeholders is preferred. Business judgment and client counseling experience are a plus.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16

Lead Counsel, Privacy M&a

Austin TX Lead Counsel, Privacy M&A Responsibilities: Conduct privacy M&A due diligence and work cross functionally on all M&A related matters for and its affiliates. Partner with cross functional partners like Product, Corporate Development, Privacy, Policy, and Integration teams through the lifecycle of M&A transactions. Support major M&A transactions and complex strategic initiatives. Support and manage internal M&A and privacy initiatives and policies. Coordinate and manage outside domestic and international privacy counsel.

Qualifications: JD degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state Bar. 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience with global privacy laws, regulations and privacy programs. Preferred Qualifications: Technical or engineering background or experience. Experience with M&A activities, and regulatory or product counseling. Experience using business judgment and with client counseling. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment. Experience prioritizing work and providing advice under deadlines.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16

Lead Counsel, Privacy

Austin TX Lead Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: Manage and advise on's global privacy program, including developing and improving privacy frameworks and processes to ensure we meet our obligations under the program. Support product lawyers in evaluating impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on new and existing products and features. Develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and protection laws and advising the impact of the same on business. Support members of the Legal, Partnerships, Policy and Privacy teams on privacy and security-related legal matters, including in areas related to product development, partnerships, integrations, and other business development opportunities. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across services and companies. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across business including Policy, Legal, Communications, Security, and other departments. Develop regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiative. Support privacy for commercial deals and work cross functionally on all deal related matters.

Qualifications: JD degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state Bar. 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, privacy programs and industry guidelines. Experience with litigation, regulatory, or product counseling. Preferred Qualifications: Technical or engineering experience. Demonstrated experience in privacy and data issues arising in one or more privacy areas such as data sharing, security, advertising, products or privacy program implementation/management. Commercial deal experience. Experience using business judgment and with client counseling. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16
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Assistant Counsel - Energy Investments
In-House,E2 Investments LLC
Location : The Woodlands Texas United States

We are seeking an assistant counsel to become a part of our small team in The Woodlands as assistant to the general counsel to provide overall legal support to a family office. Our main activities include (i) investments in the energy industry, inclu... + read more

sep 18, 2021


In-House Attorney
In-House,Helpshift
Location : Dallas Texas United States

Due to our continued growth, we have an immediate opening for an In-House Counsel to join the Helpshift Team. The ideal candidate for this role will have significant experience with Commercial Contracts, thrives in a fast-paced and high-performing en... + read more

sep 06, 2021


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Associate General Counsel General Corporate
Refer job# MDDL161933
 
Associate General Counsel - General Corporate Responsibilities: Responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating various types of legal documents and commercial contracts, including financing arrangements, vendor agreements, professional services contracts, employment agreements, and confidentiality agreements. Responsible for corporate governance matters, including resolutions and other Board materials. Responsible for providing legal support to HR on employee relation matters, including preparing executive employment letters. Provide support on the legal aspects of company policies, procedures, and regulatory compliance. Responsible for managing the legal aspects of the Company's lending and servicing licensing regime. All other legal tasks assigned. Manage a team of one junior attorney and one paralegal.

Qualifications: Juris Doctoral degree from an accredited school of law. 6-8 years experience in either general corporate (governance, HR, licensing, contracts). Law firm experience preferred. Comfortable with seeking direction where necessary but also work independently where appropriate. Excellent interpersonal skills. Strong critical thinking skills. Adaptability and attention to detail. Ability to communicate in writing and verbally effectively. Experience managing attorneys or paralegals a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel Transactional Attorney / Multifamily Real
Refer job# QWAS161934
 
Assistant General Counsel - Transactional Attorney / Multifamily Real The candidate will support General Counsel on transactional and general corporate legal matters as well as serve as liaison to business units on questions relating to Multifamily real estate law (including title and survey)/servicing. Draft, review and negotiate various types of legal documents and commercial contracts, including financing arrangements, vendor agreements, professional services contracts, employment agreements, and confidentiality agreements. Provide support to loan origination, underwriting, and servicing teams on matters relating to multifamily real estate law (including title and survey) and servicing. Provide support to General Counsel on corporate governance matters, including resolutions and other Board materials. Provide Legal support on aspects of company policies, procedures, and regulatory compliance. Provide support to HR on aspects of employee relations, including preparing executive employment letters. Provide support in managing the Company's lending and servicing licensing regime.

The candidate must have a Juris Doctoral degree from an accredited school of law and 3-4 years of experience in either general corporate (governance, HR, licensing, contracts) or commercial/multifamily real estate law. Law firm experience preferred. Experience with state lending and servicing licensing regimes is a plus. Must be comfortable with seeking direction where necessary but also work independently where appropriate. Should have excellent interpersonal skills, strong critical thinking skills, and the ability to communicate in writing and verbally effectively.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Litigation Counsel
Refer job# KVRO161947
 
Litigation Counsel The candidate will manage a broad portfolio of litigation and pre-litigation matters in multiple practice areas and in all jurisdictions in which operates. Will take a hands-on approach to all facets of litigation, including responding to subpoenas and discovery requests, drafting and revising legal briefs, interviewing witnesses, preparing witnesses for testimony, and negotiating and drafting settlements. Manage all aspects of outside counsel relationships, including staffing, litigation strategy, work product, and budgets. Advise collaborators to address and resolve potential disputes to support our goals. Create scalable processes to help support a growing business.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Must have 4+ years of broad litigation experience at a law firm or in-house, handling complex commercial litigation, including class action litigation, alternative dispute resolution and pre-litigation disputes. Must be familiar with e-discovery issues, including document retention procedures; collection, review, and production of documents; and third-party subpoena compliance. Prior in-house experience at a technology or sharing economy company is a plus. Experience with antitrust law, employment law, intellectual property or consumer class actions is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TTUE161978
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Be the solution. Keep clients happy. Provide intellectual value. Consistency. Be sticky. Help your fellow GDT-ers. Teach. Mentor. Lend a hand. Provide counsel and legal assistance throughout the company in matters primarily regarding (1) labor and employment regulatory compliance best practices, (2) litigation and arbitration, and (3) regulatory compliance. Responsible for proactively delivering solutions and business oriented legal advice, support, counsel, representation and services to one or more key functional areas of under the general oversight and supervision of General Counsel. Advise and counsel business managers on a wide-range of legal and process issues associated with our information technology function, including regulatory compliance (particularly privacy issues in transactions), development of and compliance with internal control processes, and management of business disputes that have not ripened into litigation. Prepare and deliver training programs designed to enhance business results and manage risk. Manage litigation and dispute related issues not requiring assistance of outside counsel; draft various motions, briefs, and other pleadings; assist with discovery, including gathering information and documentation, conducting privilege reviews, creating privilege logs, and assisting in document reviews; draft and manage legal holds, demands for indemnification, and other demand letters. Advise human resources and leadership on a full range of employment and labor law issues, including hiring, leaves and accommodations, discipline, terminations, employment contracts, restrictive covenants, diversity and inclusion, compensation and benefits, etc. Provides timely and practical analysis and counsel on legal matters and policy issues related to employment law that impact current and planned business activities. Handles assigned subject areas within areas of legal expertise with a high degree of independence, quality, competence, responsiveness, planning, sound judgment, and minimal need for supervision. Build and maintain positive relationships and collaborate effectively with internal business partners. Learn business, industry, competitive environment and future growth objectives.

Qualifications: JD Degree with 5-8 years experience in private practice and/or in-house attorney, with a focus on the responsibilities outlined above. Member of Texas State Bar in good standing. Demonstrated sophisticated litigation experience. Ability to isolate complex legal issues and provide prompt, concise, and business-focused legal advice, while balancing risks and benefits to the company. Ability to work independently, manage multiple time-sensitive projects, and set priorities with excellent follow-up skills and organization. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to motivate and negotiate effectively with key stakeholders. Confidence to escalate issues appropriately to supervisors. Solid technical aptitude; advanced skills in the use of technology, including litigation management tools as well as Microsoft products.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Construction Attorney
Refer job# TQVZ161893
 
Construction Attorney Duties: Support the Company's Investments and Development teams on real estate transactions and construction-related matters. Support the Risk Management team and overseeing construction-related insurance placements. Draft and negotiate design and construction agreements including insurance provisions. Negotiate subcontract revisions and manage relationships with subcontractor legal contacts. Review construction-related financing agreements and create a template to establish a consistent approach. Manage construction and architecture licensing requirements. Advise on subcontractor default issues and draft default letters. Manage construction-related litigation, lien-related issues, and liability claims. Document and track construction-related obligations (required delivery dates, MBE participation requirements, etc.). Draft force majeure and delay notifications. Manage the placement of insurance programs for construction projects including general liability and builder's risk. Perform other required duties.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate from an Accredited Law School with outstanding academic performance. Admission in good standing to the Bar and licensed in the state in consideration. 5+ years of construction-related legal experience and knowledge of insurance concepts and placement. Proficient in Microsoft office suite. Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work with clients, the public, and individuals at all levels of the organization in a positive and collaborative manner.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal Counsel II, Employment
Refer job# GBFR161898
 
Legal Counsel II, Employment The candidate will report to the Associate General Counsel, Employment, and be a key member of the Employment team within the Legal Department's Global Ethics, Compliance, and Risk team. Primary responsibilities will involve the provision of legal support on executive compensation and employee benefits matters, as well as a wide variety of general employment law matters. Some aspects of the role responsibilities are global in nature, while others relate specifically to the United States. Provide practical legal counsel to Human Resources and interface with outside counsel with regard to day-to-day compensation and benefits issues, including stock plan, employee stock purchase plan, sales commission plans, and required public company disclosure issues; 401(k) plan (including fiduciary guidance to its retirement committee), health savings accounts and health and welfare programs; development and updates of policies, plan documentation and communications relating to the company's compensation and employee health and welfare plans and programs and related initiatives; negotiation and documentation of employment, retention and separation agreements and restrictive covenants of varying complexity. Provide practical legal counsel to Human Resources and business units and interface with outside counsel with regard to day-to-day general employment law matters, including advice on harassment, discrimination, retaliation, and other workplace investigations; counsel internal clients on various employment matters, including reasonable accommodations, leaves of absence, fair pay, and wage and hour issues; and respond to claims and demand letters; research and advise on legislative trends in harassment prevention and other areas. Work with Human Resources to enhance training programs. Provide thought leadership and support for diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives; and develop, revise and implement related policies and training solutions and stay atop of industry developments to help the company be best in class. Provide legal counsel and support with HR-related elements of strategic transactions/acquisitions, including due diligence, especially with regard to employee benefits, compensation plans, and other qualified and non-qualified plan issues; negotiation/drafting of employment-related reps and covenants in M&A deals; and interface with outside M&A and employment counsel on M&A transactions; and pre / post-close implementation.

The candidate must have a Juris Doctor (JD) degree from a U.S. accredited law school with a membership in good standing of at least one State Bar association and 3-7 years of experience in executive compensation and employee benefits subject areas, with preference given to executive compensation experience with a public company; and experience in risk mitigation related to key employee-life cycle events (hiring, retention, and terminations). Must have some experience with M&A and corporate transactions. A mix of law firm and in-house experience is strongly preferred. The ability to spot and analyze complex issues and devise practical strategies and solutions is required. Must have strong communication skills (oral and written), with both legal and non-legal professionals, and comfort working in a role requiring utmost discretion and confidentiality. Strong drafting and negotiating skills and the ability to manage and prioritize multiple complex projects simultaneously are required. Must be flexible and adaptable - demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced working environment and work diplomatically and tactfully with others.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Strategic Counselor, Compliance
Refer job# MFKC161840
 
Strategic Counselor, Compliance The candidate will assist with legal advice and counseling, communications, and project management on high-priority, cross-functional legal issues. Will play a key role in supporting initiatives across the company, and act as an advisor and key support to the CCO and Compliance leadership team. Support the CCO in proactively managing key priorities and initiatives across the company, including through liaison with colleagues, organizing meetings and follow-up on key issues, and helping to leverage leadership time and attention on critical matters. Provide and coordinate support with respect to company-wide management initiatives and issues, including agendas and planning Legal leadership, offsite and company-wide meetings. Conduct analysis and work with colleagues to prepare the background for meetings with key partners (e.g. identify goals and talking points, provide background on attendees, issues, problems or decisions that need to be made). Act as liaison for internal and external engagements, oversee the preparation of materials, and support opportunities to proactively engage with stakeholders on legal and regulatory developments that are important to the company. Conduct or commission research on a variety of topics, relevant issues and organizations, and synthesize this research into executive summaries with key business and communication insights. Advise on responses to legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, and provide project management and coordination support when needed. Participate in after-action review and analysis, and develop remediation and mitigation measures. Actively collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as Public Policy, Communications, Product Teams, Human Resources, and Finance, to respond to fast-moving inquiries requiring legal support. Should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 8+ years of attorney experience, including in-house or law firm experience providing strategic advice including in regards to communications. Should also have 3+ years of experience in research and analysis. Experience in litigation communications, crisis preparation and response, or issue management is preferred. Experience leading cross-functional projects is needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# PNAE161845
 
Associate General Counsel, Privacy The candidate will develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and privacy laws globally and advise on the impact of the same on the Firm's business. Will assist product lawyers in evaluating the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions. Support members of the business and policy teams on privacy related community and business integrity issues. Assist in the development and conduct of general and role-specific privacy training across the Firm.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 8+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience advising on privacy legal risks and mitigations is needed. Working knowledge of youth-related privacy issues and laws (e.g., COPPA) is preferred. Working knowledge of relevant privacy laws such as CCPA, GDPR or LGPD is a plus. In-house experience with applicable litigation, regulatory, or product counseling, particularly at a technology or social media company is desired. Experience explaining topics and gaining support and consensus from multiple stakeholders is preferred. Business judgment and client counseling experience are a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy M&a
Refer job# PXGB161848
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy M&A Responsibilities: Conduct privacy M&A due diligence and work cross functionally on all M&A related matters for and its affiliates. Partner with cross functional partners like Product, Corporate Development, Privacy, Policy, and Integration teams through the lifecycle of M&A transactions. Support major M&A transactions and complex strategic initiatives. Support and manage internal M&A and privacy initiatives and policies. Coordinate and manage outside domestic and international privacy counsel.

Qualifications: JD degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state Bar. 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience with global privacy laws, regulations and privacy programs. Preferred Qualifications: Technical or engineering background or experience. Experience with M&A activities, and regulatory or product counseling. Experience using business judgment and with client counseling. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment. Experience prioritizing work and providing advice under deadlines.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# FJXC161851
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: Manage and advise on's global privacy program, including developing and improving privacy frameworks and processes to ensure we meet our obligations under the program. Support product lawyers in evaluating impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on new and existing products and features. Develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and protection laws and advising the impact of the same on business. Support members of the Legal, Partnerships, Policy and Privacy teams on privacy and security-related legal matters, including in areas related to product development, partnerships, integrations, and other business development opportunities. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across services and companies. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across business including Policy, Legal, Communications, Security, and other departments. Develop regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiative. Support privacy for commercial deals and work cross functionally on all deal related matters.

Qualifications: JD degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state Bar. 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, privacy programs and industry guidelines. Experience with litigation, regulatory, or product counseling. Preferred Qualifications: Technical or engineering experience. Demonstrated experience in privacy and data issues arising in one or more privacy areas such as data sharing, security, advertising, products or privacy program implementation/management. Commercial deal experience. Experience using business judgment and with client counseling. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment.
 
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