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Corporate Counsel - Construction

Houston TX Corporate Counsel - Construction The candidate will assist with design, construction, and related transactions and projects, advise the company's Conceptual Construction team (CCG) and develop strong partnerships with the company's central, regional and international offices. Coordinate with outside legal counsel as requested. Negotiate and draft design, construction, and related consulting contracts and purchase orders. Assist CCG in RFPs and review of comments to contracts and bid solicitations documents. Assist CCG in responding to project issues (change order requests, delay claims, and defective work situations), prepare related correspondence, and assist in the selection and monitoring of outside counsel if necessary. Provide advice on indemnity clauses, guarantees, and other provisions; review insurance and indemnity requirements in contracts and coordinate with the company's insurance risk management team regarding appropriate insurance terms concerning design and construction arrangements. Provide support to central departments and international and regional offices through the review and negotiation of other vendor and other services contracts (geotechnical and environmental consulting agreements, insurance manuals, purchasing agreements, etc.). Should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school, and 4+ years of relevant legal experience. Must have strong academic credentials from a top-tier US law school. Experience in transactions in different states is a plus. Should be licensed to practice law in the state of Texas. Experience selecting and managing outside counsel. Must be a highly confident, articulate, self-motivated, self-sufficient, and enthusiastic individual who is a team player, entrepreneurial mindset, focus on outcomes over output, and able to travel periodically. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Senior Corporate Counsel Employment, Litigation, & Contracts

Dallas TX Senior Corporate Counsel - Employment, Litigation, & Contracts Duties: Provide legal counsel on various matters, including employment/human resource issues, wage and hour law, state agency claims/audits, employee benefits, employment agreements, policy-related issues, FMLA matters, compliance and investigatory matters, employment-related litigation, etc. Create employment policies and handbooks. Identify and assess legal risks and opportunities within the employment area and advise accordingly. Provide education and training on employment-related legal matters, policies, and procedures. Prepare, negotiate and review commercial contracts. Analyze, formulate, and implement various strategies in a way that supports the business objectives while mitigating legal risk. Collaborate with departments to identify legal issues and assist the business in achieving its goals/objectives in a legally compliant and ethical manner. Develop and implement internal legal procedures and compliance programs. Proactively identify legal and regulatory trends and provide related advice. Build relationships with business unit team members through an open and collaborative style. Coordinate with external counsel when specialized legal issues arise and assist in managing the work provided by external counsel and the budget for those services. Develop a thorough understanding of businesses, strategies, external commercial marketplace, and regulatory environment. Other job duties as defined.

Qualifications: JD Degree with 10+ years relevant experience as a practicing attorney, membership in the Texas Bar preferred. A combination of outside counsel and in-house experience is strongly preferred. Litigation experience is strongly preferred. Experience advising employers in financial services would be valuable. Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law is strongly preferred. Experience drafting and negotiating a wide variety of agreements (end-user license agreements, employment contracts, master service agreements, referral and marketing agreements, license agreements, purchase agreements, confidentiality agreements, and other general business contracts). First-class interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively with a variety of contacts, including outside attorneys, senior management, and business associates. Ability to adapt to a constantly evolving environment.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-27

Corporate Legal Counsel

San Antonio TX Corporate Legal Counsel Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating client advisory agreements. Developing standard documents and forms related to client contracting and onboarding, compliance, and other matters on an as-needed basis. Assisting institutional business with legal requests, RFPs, and production of records. Providing additional legal support and counsel to business groups across the firm. Participating in firm initiatives relating to client contracting or other legal matters. Communicate clearly and accurately across various levels.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Licensed to practice and in good standing in the applicable jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years of the law firm or in-house experience. Knowledge of the investment advisory industry; particularly institutional practices is preferred. Knowledge of ERISA and applicable DOL rules is desired.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-27

Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property

Houston TX Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Develop and implement global Intellectual Property strategy (patent procurement and management) for assigned business units in collaboration with T&I, Product Management, and Senior IP Counsel for achieving SABIC's business strategy. Manage IP budget for responsible businesses as well as global IP portfolio to ensure portfolio is aligned with business objectives. Advise business on structure of business arrangements, negotiating and executing IP-related contracts with global customers and suppliers (NDA, JDA, DAA, licenses); structure, negotiate and draft contracts to support global licensing activities. Implement freedom to practice processes across SBUs to minimize patent infringement risks. Handle patent litigation activities with in-house litigation specialists and outside counsel, managing costs of outside counsel. Assist in IP due diligence for M&A activities. Reconcile IP strategies of varying IP laws around the world with technology and business objectives, execute transactions covering multiple business units globally, and navigate increasing challenges within the regulatory environment, e.g., export control matters. Manage IP portfolios for assigned business units within guidelines from Lead IP Counsel and corporate objectives (reviewing several hundred patents in numerous countries to determine impact on business objectives and competitive position).

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree with a relevant technical focus area in chemistry, chemical engineering, and materials science. Advanced degree preferred with a relevant technical focus (e.g., chemistry, chemical engineering, materials science. Juris Doctor (JD) from an ABA-accredited law school. Registered and in good standing with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Licensed to practice law and in good standing in at least one state bar, preferably Texas. Should have 10+ years of relevant experience in intellectual property and transactional support. Knowledgeable and proficient with project management, data science preferred. Demonstrated effective communication skills with management.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-25

Associate General Counsel - Employment

Dallas TX Associate General Counsel - Employment Duties: The candidate will provide advice and counseling on a broad spectrum of employment law issues, including recruiting, employee relations, performance management, leaves of absence and accommodations, wage and hour, internal investigations, compensation and benefits, privacy, contingent workforce issues, and immigration. Collaborate with cross-functional stakeholders and manage projects with a team-oriented approach. Evaluate employment practices, policies, and processes to assess and execute priorities, and ensure compliance. Draft and review employment-related agreements and templates. Investigate and respond to claims, demand letters, administrative complaints, audits, and other employment-related inquiries. Conduct audits, classification reviews, and support other compliance efforts. Assist in managing outside counsel on labor and employment matters. Assist in developing and conducting training and education programs for employees, managers, and the People team.

Qualifications: A JD from an accredited Law school, and member of the Bar (in good standing) in the state in which you will work (or eligible to register as a Registered In-House Counsel) Preference for candidates licensed in CA, AZ, or GA. 12+ years of employment experience in a major law firm, an in-house legal department, or a combination of both; start-up and/or emerging growth company experience is a plus. Strong preference for prior experience with advising on California employment law matters. Experience managing and building a team. Ability to work effectively and collaboratively within a growing legal team and cross-functionally with members at all levels of the organization. Strong interpersonal skills, team-oriented attitude, and superior attention to detail. Ability to evaluate risk in light of business and practical considerations and make clear recommendations. Proactive, entrepreneurial approach to solving problems and developing creative processes.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-25

Tax And Accounting Specialist Attorney

Carrollton TX Tax and Accounting Specialist Attorney The candidate will interpret and analyze state tax developments across all jurisdictions that relate to assigned topics. Will incorporate analysis into industry-leading tax research content on Checkpoint Catalyst. Create practical, value-added editorial insights (observations, illustrations, cautions, and recommendations) to enhance our competitive edge. Participate in enterprise-wide efforts to harness cutting-edge technological advances and take tax research to the next level. Leverage industry knowledge in order to create an enhanced digital experience for our customers. Support sales, marketing, and customer-facing business partners. Should have a J.D. (LL.M preferred). Must have 3+ years of experience practicing tax law, including state tax experience. Must have excellent writing and research skills. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-24

Corporate Counsel - Medium Enterprise

Frisco TX Corporate Counsel - Medium Enterprise The candidate will draft, review and negotiate SaaS agreements, professional services agreements, and data processing agreements. Will analyze, interpret and educate on complex provisions and related infrastructure to ensure compliance and consistency with Firms business model. Prepare and provide internal training materials and presentations to Firms Sales and Legal Teams. Provide general legal advice on a variety of topics.

The candidate should have JD from a US law school with excellent academic credentials. Must have Bar Admission (preferably in New York, Georgia, Illinois, or California). Must have 5+ years of combined law firm and/or in-house legal department corporate/commercial work experience. Negotiation of significant commercial contracts, preferably with enterprise software/SaaS experience is preferred. CIPP/E certification or knowledge of relevant data privacy laws and regulations, including GDPR, CCPA, and New York Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation is a plus. Experience working in high-growth, innovative and fast-paced work environments desired.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-24

Lead Counsel, Privacy

Austin TX Lead Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: The candidate will apply subject matter expertise and keen strategic judgment in areas of privacy, data protection, and security laws (including state and federal consumer protection and privacy laws, GDPR, and other global privacy laws) and provide the broader business with legal advice on the same. Monitor and respond quickly to developments in data privacy and information security (i.e., new laws, regulations, important judgments, regulatory guidance, etc.). Drive strategy on updates to the privacy policy and other public-facing privacy-focused materials, including substance, timing, user notification, and regulatory briefing. Collaborate with other legal and non-legal stakeholders to help guide privacy-forward product development and evaluate the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance, and enforcement actions on business initiatives. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with cross-functional stakeholders across Facebook's business, policy, legal, communications, security, and other departments. Develop a regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiatives and maintain Facebook's ongoing privacy-by-design processes. Respond to privacy-oriented inquiries from global regulators.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state Bar. Must have 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house or government experience (applicable litigation, regulatory, or product counseling will be considered). Experience advising on privacy legal risks, regulations, and industry guidelines, with working knowledge of relevant privacy laws including GDPR, CCPA, and/or LGPD. In-house or government experience as applicable, in privacy, litigation, regulatory, or product counseling, particularly at technology, social media, or communications/messaging company is preferred. Project management experience on complex legal projects and effective communication and presentation skills are desired. Experience leading and advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment is preferred. Experience responding to regulatory inquiries is a plus. Business judgment and client counseling experience are desired.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-24

Vp, Assistant General Counsel - Retail Financial Services Litigation

Plano TX VP, Assistant General Counsel - Retail Financial Services Litigation Duties: Handle and manage litigation, including consumer class actions, and to provide legal advice, services and counsel on matters affecting Consumer Banking, Business Banking, Card Services, Auto Finance, and Wealth Management. Draft legal documents, conduct legal research, prepare motion papers and pleadings, analyze civil complaints and subpoenas and appear at case proceedings as required. Prepare case management reports, provide legal advice to these consumer-oriented businesses, manage outside counsel, and liaison with regulatory authorities.

Qualifications: J.D. or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. Should have 5+ years of experience practicing law post-JD as a litigator in a corporate law department (in-house) and/or law firm practice. Proven experience developing and maintaining internal and external client relationships. Experience preparing legal documentation and pleadings. Experience in consumer financial services litigation is preferred. Excellent organizational, written and oral communication skills required. Working knowledge of the Uniform Commercial Code, Electronic Funds Transfer Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Regulation E, Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and related banking and consumer fraud statutes preferred. Consumer financial services litigation experience in consumer banking and/or retail investments and internal investigations preferred. All candidates for roles in the Legal department must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment/
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-23

Senior Attorney, Employment Law USGS

Houston TX Senior Attorney, Employment Law USGS Responsibilities: Trusted advisor and business partner to US Government Services business unit management and Human Resources. Proactive spotting of employment legal issues and addressing them to minimize risk and help create a positive workplace culture. Provide advice regarding employment law matters including FMLA, FLSA (wage & hour), Title VII, ADEA, ADA, state employment laws, international employment issues, etc. Review and make recommendations with regard to employee discipline and termination. Review of policies, employment agreements, notices, correspondence, contracts (with clients and subcontractors), etc. for employment law compliance. Assist in the development of new HR policies, procedures, etc. Management of employment claims and litigation filed against the company in the US and international jurisdictions including budgeting and managing legal costs and early resolution of these matters. Employment litigation management responsibilities include retention and close management of outside counsel, negotiating fee agreements, overseeing discovery collection and production including electronic discovery, directing litigation and resolution strategy, communicating with legal department, HR, and business unit management regarding status of litigation. Investigation of new employment claims brought through the Dispute Resolution Program (DRP) and state/federal courts by obtaining and reviewing documentation, interviewing witnesses, etc. Preparation for and representation of the company in DRP mediations. Investigation and preparation of position statements in response to charges of discrimination filed against the company with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Interact with EEOC/state agencies through their investigation process. Preparation for and representation of the company at agency mediations. Conduct and/or oversee internal investigations of employment law issues. Coordinate with Code of Business Conduct regarding employment-related investigations. Make recommendations regarding appropriate corrective action in response to investigations. Review and/or provide training for employees and/or management on employment law compliance. Provide advice on compliance with Office of Federal Contractor Compliance Programs requirements (OFCCP), review and direct responses to OFCCP audits. This includes OFCCP compliance training for hiring managers. Research and provide advice on international employment law issues including the laws of foreign jurisdictions. Review employment agreements, policies, etc. and consult on same with local counsel. Advise on union issues including review of collective bargaining agreements, grievances, and NLRB charges. Represent the company in union arbitrations and NLRB proceedings. Advise managers and HSE professionals regarding state and federal OSHA matters. Represent the company in OSHA investigations. Participation in or completion of special employment law related projects as needed.

Qualifications: Juris doctorate and active state bar license. Should have 5-12 years of experience in the above responsibilities. Excellent analytical, verbal, written, and interpersonal skills. Strong communicator with employees of all levels. Knowledge of domestic and international employment laws and regulations. Must be a team player capable of working independently with multiple issues in a fast-paced environment, while maintaining emphasis on overall corporate policies and goals. Ability to establish and maintain credibility and trust throughout organization. Ability to quickly assimilate information relating to complex issues.
Legal 5 - 12 Full-time 2022-06-23
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Contract Manager Process Industries
In-House,Abb Inc
Location : Houston, TX, United States

Contract Manager Process Industries The candidate will be reviewing and commenting on commercial and technical tender terms and conditions in concert with ABB?s Legal and Integrity (L&I) team. Developing contract strategy based on customer requireme... + read more

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Lead Senior Counsel - Project Management
In-House,CBRE Inc.
Location : Dallas, TX, United States

Lead Senior Counsel - Project Management Duties: Draft and/or negotiate design, construction, and project management agreements as well as other legal instruments to protect the Company?s interests. Support legal department leaders and senior attorn... + read more

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Corporate Counsel - Construction
Refer job# HRKV168981
 
Corporate Counsel - Construction The candidate will assist with design, construction, and related transactions and projects, advise the company's Conceptual Construction team (CCG) and develop strong partnerships with the company's central, regional and international offices. Coordinate with outside legal counsel as requested. Negotiate and draft design, construction, and related consulting contracts and purchase orders. Assist CCG in RFPs and review of comments to contracts and bid solicitations documents. Assist CCG in responding to project issues (change order requests, delay claims, and defective work situations), prepare related correspondence, and assist in the selection and monitoring of outside counsel if necessary. Provide advice on indemnity clauses, guarantees, and other provisions; review insurance and indemnity requirements in contracts and coordinate with the company's insurance risk management team regarding appropriate insurance terms concerning design and construction arrangements. Provide support to central departments and international and regional offices through the review and negotiation of other vendor and other services contracts (geotechnical and environmental consulting agreements, insurance manuals, purchasing agreements, etc.). Should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school, and 4+ years of relevant legal experience. Must have strong academic credentials from a top-tier US law school. Experience in transactions in different states is a plus. Should be licensed to practice law in the state of Texas. Experience selecting and managing outside counsel. Must be a highly confident, articulate, self-motivated, self-sufficient, and enthusiastic individual who is a team player, entrepreneurial mindset, focus on outcomes over output, and able to travel periodically.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel Employment, Litigation, & Contracts
Refer job# DVKS168950
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Employment, Litigation, & Contracts Duties: Provide legal counsel on various matters, including employment/human resource issues, wage and hour law, state agency claims/audits, employee benefits, employment agreements, policy-related issues, FMLA matters, compliance and investigatory matters, employment-related litigation, etc. Create employment policies and handbooks. Identify and assess legal risks and opportunities within the employment area and advise accordingly. Provide education and training on employment-related legal matters, policies, and procedures. Prepare, negotiate and review commercial contracts. Analyze, formulate, and implement various strategies in a way that supports the business objectives while mitigating legal risk. Collaborate with departments to identify legal issues and assist the business in achieving its goals/objectives in a legally compliant and ethical manner. Develop and implement internal legal procedures and compliance programs. Proactively identify legal and regulatory trends and provide related advice. Build relationships with business unit team members through an open and collaborative style. Coordinate with external counsel when specialized legal issues arise and assist in managing the work provided by external counsel and the budget for those services. Develop a thorough understanding of businesses, strategies, external commercial marketplace, and regulatory environment. Other job duties as defined.

Qualifications: JD Degree with 10+ years relevant experience as a practicing attorney, membership in the Texas Bar preferred. A combination of outside counsel and in-house experience is strongly preferred. Litigation experience is strongly preferred. Experience advising employers in financial services would be valuable. Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law is strongly preferred. Experience drafting and negotiating a wide variety of agreements (end-user license agreements, employment contracts, master service agreements, referral and marketing agreements, license agreements, purchase agreements, confidentiality agreements, and other general business contracts). First-class interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively with a variety of contacts, including outside attorneys, senior management, and business associates. Ability to adapt to a constantly evolving environment.
 
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Corporate Legal Counsel
Refer job# EMRC168961
 
Corporate Legal Counsel Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating client advisory agreements. Developing standard documents and forms related to client contracting and onboarding, compliance, and other matters on an as-needed basis. Assisting institutional business with legal requests, RFPs, and production of records. Providing additional legal support and counsel to business groups across the firm. Participating in firm initiatives relating to client contracting or other legal matters. Communicate clearly and accurately across various levels.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Licensed to practice and in good standing in the applicable jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years of the law firm or in-house experience. Knowledge of the investment advisory industry; particularly institutional practices is preferred. Knowledge of ERISA and applicable DOL rules is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# PPDP168921
 
Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities: Develop and implement global Intellectual Property strategy (patent procurement and management) for assigned business units in collaboration with T&I, Product Management, and Senior IP Counsel for achieving SABIC's business strategy. Manage IP budget for responsible businesses as well as global IP portfolio to ensure portfolio is aligned with business objectives. Advise business on structure of business arrangements, negotiating and executing IP-related contracts with global customers and suppliers (NDA, JDA, DAA, licenses); structure, negotiate and draft contracts to support global licensing activities. Implement freedom to practice processes across SBUs to minimize patent infringement risks. Handle patent litigation activities with in-house litigation specialists and outside counsel, managing costs of outside counsel. Assist in IP due diligence for M&A activities. Reconcile IP strategies of varying IP laws around the world with technology and business objectives, execute transactions covering multiple business units globally, and navigate increasing challenges within the regulatory environment, e.g., export control matters. Manage IP portfolios for assigned business units within guidelines from Lead IP Counsel and corporate objectives (reviewing several hundred patents in numerous countries to determine impact on business objectives and competitive position).

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree with a relevant technical focus area in chemistry, chemical engineering, and materials science. Advanced degree preferred with a relevant technical focus (e.g., chemistry, chemical engineering, materials science. Juris Doctor (JD) from an ABA-accredited law school. Registered and in good standing with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Licensed to practice law and in good standing in at least one state bar, preferably Texas. Should have 10+ years of relevant experience in intellectual property and transactional support. Knowledgeable and proficient with project management, data science preferred. Demonstrated effective communication skills with management.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel - Employment
Refer job# HVMH168933
 
Associate General Counsel - Employment Duties: The candidate will provide advice and counseling on a broad spectrum of employment law issues, including recruiting, employee relations, performance management, leaves of absence and accommodations, wage and hour, internal investigations, compensation and benefits, privacy, contingent workforce issues, and immigration. Collaborate with cross-functional stakeholders and manage projects with a team-oriented approach. Evaluate employment practices, policies, and processes to assess and execute priorities, and ensure compliance. Draft and review employment-related agreements and templates. Investigate and respond to claims, demand letters, administrative complaints, audits, and other employment-related inquiries. Conduct audits, classification reviews, and support other compliance efforts. Assist in managing outside counsel on labor and employment matters. Assist in developing and conducting training and education programs for employees, managers, and the People team.

Qualifications: A JD from an accredited Law school, and member of the Bar (in good standing) in the state in which you will work (or eligible to register as a Registered In-House Counsel) Preference for candidates licensed in CA, AZ, or GA. 12+ years of employment experience in a major law firm, an in-house legal department, or a combination of both; start-up and/or emerging growth company experience is a plus. Strong preference for prior experience with advising on California employment law matters. Experience managing and building a team. Ability to work effectively and collaboratively within a growing legal team and cross-functionally with members at all levels of the organization. Strong interpersonal skills, team-oriented attitude, and superior attention to detail. Ability to evaluate risk in light of business and practical considerations and make clear recommendations. Proactive, entrepreneurial approach to solving problems and developing creative processes.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Tax And Accounting Specialist Attorney
Refer job# YNCI168872
 
Tax and Accounting Specialist Attorney The candidate will interpret and analyze state tax developments across all jurisdictions that relate to assigned topics. Will incorporate analysis into industry-leading tax research content on Checkpoint Catalyst. Create practical, value-added editorial insights (observations, illustrations, cautions, and recommendations) to enhance our competitive edge. Participate in enterprise-wide efforts to harness cutting-edge technological advances and take tax research to the next level. Leverage industry knowledge in order to create an enhanced digital experience for our customers. Support sales, marketing, and customer-facing business partners. Should have a J.D. (LL.M preferred). Must have 3+ years of experience practicing tax law, including state tax experience. Must have excellent writing and research skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel - Medium Enterprise
Refer job# SBPL168877
 
Corporate Counsel - Medium Enterprise The candidate will draft, review and negotiate SaaS agreements, professional services agreements, and data processing agreements. Will analyze, interpret and educate on complex provisions and related infrastructure to ensure compliance and consistency with Firms business model. Prepare and provide internal training materials and presentations to Firms Sales and Legal Teams. Provide general legal advice on a variety of topics.

The candidate should have JD from a US law school with excellent academic credentials. Must have Bar Admission (preferably in New York, Georgia, Illinois, or California). Must have 5+ years of combined law firm and/or in-house legal department corporate/commercial work experience. Negotiation of significant commercial contracts, preferably with enterprise software/SaaS experience is preferred. CIPP/E certification or knowledge of relevant data privacy laws and regulations, including GDPR, CCPA, and New York Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation is a plus. Experience working in high-growth, innovative and fast-paced work environments desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# MPXV168892
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: The candidate will apply subject matter expertise and keen strategic judgment in areas of privacy, data protection, and security laws (including state and federal consumer protection and privacy laws, GDPR, and other global privacy laws) and provide the broader business with legal advice on the same. Monitor and respond quickly to developments in data privacy and information security (i.e., new laws, regulations, important judgments, regulatory guidance, etc.). Drive strategy on updates to the privacy policy and other public-facing privacy-focused materials, including substance, timing, user notification, and regulatory briefing. Collaborate with other legal and non-legal stakeholders to help guide privacy-forward product development and evaluate the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance, and enforcement actions on business initiatives. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with cross-functional stakeholders across Facebook's business, policy, legal, communications, security, and other departments. Develop a regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiatives and maintain Facebook's ongoing privacy-by-design processes. Respond to privacy-oriented inquiries from global regulators.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state Bar. Must have 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house or government experience (applicable litigation, regulatory, or product counseling will be considered). Experience advising on privacy legal risks, regulations, and industry guidelines, with working knowledge of relevant privacy laws including GDPR, CCPA, and/or LGPD. In-house or government experience as applicable, in privacy, litigation, regulatory, or product counseling, particularly at technology, social media, or communications/messaging company is preferred. Project management experience on complex legal projects and effective communication and presentation skills are desired. Experience leading and advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment is preferred. Experience responding to regulatory inquiries is a plus. Business judgment and client counseling experience are desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Vp, Assistant General Counsel - Retail Financial Services Litigation
Refer job# WRJO168823
 
VP, Assistant General Counsel - Retail Financial Services Litigation Duties: Handle and manage litigation, including consumer class actions, and to provide legal advice, services and counsel on matters affecting Consumer Banking, Business Banking, Card Services, Auto Finance, and Wealth Management. Draft legal documents, conduct legal research, prepare motion papers and pleadings, analyze civil complaints and subpoenas and appear at case proceedings as required. Prepare case management reports, provide legal advice to these consumer-oriented businesses, manage outside counsel, and liaison with regulatory authorities.

Qualifications: J.D. or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. Should have 5+ years of experience practicing law post-JD as a litigator in a corporate law department (in-house) and/or law firm practice. Proven experience developing and maintaining internal and external client relationships. Experience preparing legal documentation and pleadings. Experience in consumer financial services litigation is preferred. Excellent organizational, written and oral communication skills required. Working knowledge of the Uniform Commercial Code, Electronic Funds Transfer Act, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Regulation E, Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and related banking and consumer fraud statutes preferred. Consumer financial services litigation experience in consumer banking and/or retail investments and internal investigations preferred. All candidates for roles in the Legal department must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment/
 
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Senior Attorney, Employment Law USGS
Refer job# ADIK168828
 
Senior Attorney, Employment Law USGS Responsibilities: Trusted advisor and business partner to US Government Services business unit management and Human Resources. Proactive spotting of employment legal issues and addressing them to minimize risk and help create a positive workplace culture. Provide advice regarding employment law matters including FMLA, FLSA (wage & hour), Title VII, ADEA, ADA, state employment laws, international employment issues, etc. Review and make recommendations with regard to employee discipline and termination. Review of policies, employment agreements, notices, correspondence, contracts (with clients and subcontractors), etc. for employment law compliance. Assist in the development of new HR policies, procedures, etc. Management of employment claims and litigation filed against the company in the US and international jurisdictions including budgeting and managing legal costs and early resolution of these matters. Employment litigation management responsibilities include retention and close management of outside counsel, negotiating fee agreements, overseeing discovery collection and production including electronic discovery, directing litigation and resolution strategy, communicating with legal department, HR, and business unit management regarding status of litigation. Investigation of new employment claims brought through the Dispute Resolution Program (DRP) and state/federal courts by obtaining and reviewing documentation, interviewing witnesses, etc. Preparation for and representation of the company in DRP mediations. Investigation and preparation of position statements in response to charges of discrimination filed against the company with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Interact with EEOC/state agencies through their investigation process. Preparation for and representation of the company at agency mediations. Conduct and/or oversee internal investigations of employment law issues. Coordinate with Code of Business Conduct regarding employment-related investigations. Make recommendations regarding appropriate corrective action in response to investigations. Review and/or provide training for employees and/or management on employment law compliance. Provide advice on compliance with Office of Federal Contractor Compliance Programs requirements (OFCCP), review and direct responses to OFCCP audits. This includes OFCCP compliance training for hiring managers. Research and provide advice on international employment law issues including the laws of foreign jurisdictions. Review employment agreements, policies, etc. and consult on same with local counsel. Advise on union issues including review of collective bargaining agreements, grievances, and NLRB charges. Represent the company in union arbitrations and NLRB proceedings. Advise managers and HSE professionals regarding state and federal OSHA matters. Represent the company in OSHA investigations. Participation in or completion of special employment law related projects as needed.

Qualifications: Juris doctorate and active state bar license. Should have 5-12 years of experience in the above responsibilities. Excellent analytical, verbal, written, and interpersonal skills. Strong communicator with employees of all levels. Knowledge of domestic and international employment laws and regulations. Must be a team player capable of working independently with multiple issues in a fast-paced environment, while maintaining emphasis on overall corporate policies and goals. Ability to establish and maintain credibility and trust throughout organization. Ability to quickly assimilate information relating to complex issues.
 
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