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Senior Corporate Counsel

Herndon VA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be the global lead legal support for Sustainability and Asset Value Solutions, firm's remarketing business specializing in the sale of remanufactured and refurbished firm products. The role will be a part of the Worldwide Legal Sales and Marketing team and report through the Capital legal organization (reporting directly to the Head of Legal for Capital). Will be an active member of the Sustainability and Asset Value Solutions Leadership Team, and be responsible for the day to day management of all legal matters arising around the world in relation to this business. The work will be involving close coordination with Brand Protection, Channels, Supply Chain and Sales. The role will have additional responsibilities supporting the broader Cisco and Cisco Capital business, including driving template and process simplification initiatives and other projects that benefit our customers, clients and legal team throughout the world. Be responsible for managing policies and ensuring consistency with corporate strategy and business objectives, while maintaining the company's high standards of integrity, ethical and transparent conduct. Have primary responsibility for driving new business initiatives in Sustainability and Asset Value Solutions; structuring and drafting new product and service offers; and sales transactions, with flexibility to expand and address other needs arising in the business. Advise on a broad range of legal disciplines impacting the used and refurbished IT product market, including compliance/regulatory matters, intellectual property, competition, privacy, marketing, commercial contracts, trade/export and basic revenue recognition principles. Should preferable have law degree (although other extensive experience in the negotiation and management of transactional contracts would be considered). Must have 5 years experience as a trusted advisor and negotiator of technology sales transactions in a law firm or business. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-16

Corporate Counsel, Data Protection Compliance

McLean VA Corporate Counsel, Data Protection Compliance Duties: Work independently with a high degree of accountability. Speak/write clearly and concisely with a flexible style adaptable to different needs globally. Rapidly adapt to evolving developments. Express complex ideas in easily understandable and effective ways. Be agile when managing conflict and creating/influencing/implementing policies and procedures. Possess excellent business judgment and outstanding critical thinking and analytical capabilities. Be proactive and demonstrate initiative, resourcefulness, and a strong work ethic. Collaborate with the Data Protection team to help identify, develop and mature new processes, operations, technologies, and agreements to scale support for Company's Data Protection Compliance Program in AMER, APAC and LATAM. Work collaboratively with legal and business partners to identify, develop and implement process interlocks with other data protection program requirements globally and assist with building a Common Control Framework for Company's Global Data Protection Compliance Program. Keep up with legal requirements (commercial and public sector) in AMER, APAC and LATAM for data protection and integrate them into Company's Common Control Framework for data protection. Be familiar with the requirements of key security certifications/guidelines that relate to Company's cloud services, such as SOC2, ISO, HIPAA, PCI-DSS and FedRAMP. Provide second level support to members of the Data Protection team who support marketing, HR, IT and Security in fulfilling various data protection requirements. Support the fulfillment of privacy requests globally work closely with key business partners to develop repeatable playbooks and processes to ensure their timely completion. Assist with operationalizing support for website tracking technologies globally. Advise, educate and train on Company's data protection policies/compliance programs globally. Assist with developing, maintaining, and improving Company's auditing capabilities globally to help ensure ongoing compliance of the Global Data Protection Program. Build strong internal and external corporate relationships while balancing the needs of Company's global strategy and priorities. Perform other legal responsibilities as requested.

Requirements: JD degree with excellent academic credentials. License to practice law in applicable work location. 6-9 years experience in data protection compliance, in-house experience with a U.S.-listed company strongly preferred. Written and spoken fluency in English is required. Strong understanding of emerging technologies, cloud computing, SaaS infrastructure. Significant experience with SaaS-standard security programs, such as SOC2, ISO 27001, HIPAA/PCI, and FedRAMP, including a fundamental understanding of program elements. Significant prior experience building data protection compliance programs in AMER, APAC and LATAM. Ability to deliver in a fast paced and entrepreneurial environment in a timely manner. Expertise in Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Prior experience with OneTrust preferred.
Legal 6 - 9 Full-time 2020-09-12

Intellectual Property Corporate Counsel

Falls Church VA Intellectual Property Corporate Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include:Providing senior level expertise in IP law, with particular attention to government data rights and commercial licensing issues. Advising management on IP issues, including complex issues of significant financial and legal risk to the company. Performing independent research, analysis and business partner counseling on complex and/or strategically important issues. Managing preparation and prosecution of patents, trademarks, copyrights, etc. Advising on IP risks and IP aspects of contracts of all kinds. Developing and maintaining knowledge of the Sector's business and technology strategy, as well as continuously learning about current and historic technologies. Managing outside counsel; may supervise other attorneys and paralegals. Should have Juris Doctor and active state bar membership. Must have 10 + years directly related experience in a law firm or as in-house counsel. Should have experience in protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets, licensing of intellectual property, and counseling business partners in government contracting concerns. Must have significant experience with FAR and DFAR intellectual property regulations, contract clauses, and complex issues relating to technical data and computer software. Should preferable have Registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Bachelor's degree in a relevant scientific field is desired. Experience developing and managing global intellectual property portfolios is preferred. Should preferable have Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-12

Corporate Counsel

Arlington VA Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for providing legal support to Firm's Chief Legal & Business Affairs Officer and also the Corporate Counsel and Group Leader for Health Plan Contracts. Will be negotiating, drafting and reviewing a wide variety of business agreements with Firm's clients, vendors and business partners and (ii) providing legal advice and support on a wide variety of matters relating to Firm sbusiness operations. Drafts, negotiates, and reviews contracts and related documents including managed care contracts, vendor contracts, provider contracts and other business agreements. Provides primary support to designated areas of the organization on legal issues which may include issues relating to privacy, clinical compliance, labor and employment, product development, third-party insurance, government healthcare program participation, marketing and sales. Researches a broad range of laws and regulations affecting the organization, including but not limited to federal and state laws and regulations affecting the business of healthcare organizations; Medicare, Medicaid, fraud and abuse, Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute, HIPAA and labor and employment. Prepares legal memoranda as requested. Provides general legal advice and direction on a wide variety of matters to resolve operational issues, including provider and patient related situations. Maintain all organizational and professional ethical standards. All other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree accredited by the American Bar Association. Must have 4+ years of Legal experience in general healthcare law. Knowledge of federal and state laws relating to managed care, Medicare and Medicaid is essential. Must have strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization. Strong negotiating and legal drafting skills needed.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-08

Contracts Counsel

Vienna VA Contracts Counsel Duties: Responsible for administrative tasks related to awards from maintaining files to responding in an informed and timely fashion to contractual questions and request for assistance. This includes demonstrating an appropriate sense of urgency when responding to internal and external customer requests. Support solicitation, negotiation, award and contract administration activities. Draft all contract documents, including budgets and memos necessary to execute contracts and contract modifications for assigned actions. Ensure that all reports are accurate, complete, and timely. Ensure assigned contracts are in compliance with U.S. Government, and other regulations, laws, standards, procedures. Maintain electronic and hard copy files and systems in compliance with U.S. Government standards. Monitor and track upcoming contractual actions and deadlines. Responsible for assuring that all information regarding the status of assigned procurement actions are in the databases and/or current systems as applicable for completion of work tasks and as per agency regulatory requirements.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree. 5+ years of relevant work experience in Government contracting. Demonstrated understanding of applicable laws, rules, regulations and procedures governing contracting 5+ years experience developing. Knowledge of FAR and DFARS.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-08

Real Estate Attorney

Richmond VA Real Estate Attorney The candidate will meet with Firm's home purchase clients, deliver a professional and fun experience to those clients, and address any lingering concerns they may have. Will be responsible for ensuring that Firm's realtors provide excellent client service. Expected to help grow Firm's home purchase business. The key quality control manager for Firm's clients. In addition to preparing home purchase transactions for closing and advising the Realty business, provides legal support and quality assurance to Firm's title agency, loan production and closing staff, and realty team. Responsible for developing and maintaining policies and procedures for Firm's in-house closing programs. Improve and streamline Firm's existing processes, forms, and systems so that the Closing Department operates in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Should have Law License and JD from an accredited law school. Willingness to learn local real estate markets is required. Must have strong interest in operations and business. Proven client service and relationship-building skills required. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-02

Associate Legal Counsel, Corporate

McLean VA Associate Legal Counsel, Corporate The candidate will support and be a legal partner for Firm's corporate development activities, including structuring transactions, conducting due diligence reviews, documenting and negotiating transactions, and ensuring seamless integrations. Will develop and implement standardized templates and processes for repeatable transactions, that will advance and scale Firm's business. Work collaboratively and responsively with a range of colleagues cross-functionally and internationally, strengthening relationships across the legal department and between legal, corporate development and other G&A functions to facilitate a coordinated team approach. Support Firm's global compensation programs, including global equity and executive compensation plans. Support Firm's facilities team and real estate portfolio. Support other G&A functions such as finance, tax, treasury, human resources. Assist with SEC reporting, corporate governance and related public company obligations. Pitch-in on whatever work needs doing, whenever it needs to be done.

The candidate should have 2-6 years relevant experience as a general M&A, corporate and securities attorney in a large law firm and/or in-house legal department. Must have JD degree with excellent academic credentials. Must be Licensed to practice law in California preferred. Should have excellent written, communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to collaborate with, and gain the respect of, business partners at all levels. Prior experience working at or with technology companies is preferred.
Legal 2 - 6 Full-time 2020-08-31

Associate General Counsel - Govt Contracts

Alexandria VA Associate General Counsel - Govt Contracts The candidate will be responsible for: Active support of and advice on all types of government contracts including bid and proposal advice, contract changes (requests for equitable adjustments), compliance with Federal Acquisition Regulations and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement, government contract litigation protests and disputes, teaming agreements, organizational conflict of interest issues, Other Transaction Agreements (OTAs), and the creation and implementation of firewall agreements and compliance matters, will support other business matters including program execution and performance. Will also support subcontract negotiations and support our global supply chain personnel. Performs other duties and assignments as required, including, but not limited to implementing standards for effective legal and contract strategy, conducting legal investigations relating to government contracts, managing outside counsel, interpreting and disseminating information on proposed or actual legislation and regulations, with emphasis on government contract law and providing legal training to business leaders and professionals on government contracts topics. Must have Juris Doctor from an ABA accredited law school. Should have 7+ years of experience with a law firm, corporation or government organization with a practice area emphasis in government contracts. Must have experience in other specialty areas, such as commercial contracts, counseling and advice, litigation, corporate transactions, compliance programs, and international law. Experience handling privacy issues desirable. Must be a member in good standing of a State Bar. Must have or be able to obtain a security clearance at the Secret level. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-27

Associate General Counsel - Regulatory And Compliance

Richmond VA Associate General Counsel - Regulatory and Compliance Duties: Provide legal advice to the consumer credit card business, including as relates to drafting and review of disclosures and terms for card products, interpreting federal and state legal requirements, supporting negotiations of third-party contracts with service providers and technology partners, reviewing legal issues with new and expanding business initiatives. Conduct extensive legal research and draft formal and informal correspondence and memoranda. Partner with the business to develop and implement new initiatives to enhance products, services and customer experiences. Proactively advise on potential risks, spot legal and regulatory issues, and advise on compliant strategies to manage and grow the business. Collaborate with business and risk/compliance partners to draft and update business policies and procedures. Provide practical and strategic legal advice and support on business matters in a fast-paced and regulated environment. Maintain a high level of professionalism, outstanding business judgment and strategic thought/growth-minded leadership and innovative approaches to legal issues that align with business initiatives and objectives. Provide counsel on state licensing requirements. Perform additional duties and assists with special projects as assigned. Supervise outside counsel as appropriate.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Active and in good standing VA bar license. 7-10 years experience practicing in a large law firm or dynamic in-house environment with concentration on consumer finance/credit card regulatory practice . Current license and in good standing to practice law. Significant regulatory experience with federal and state consumer financial laws and regulations, including FCRA/Reg V, TILA/Reg Z, ECOA/Reg B, UDAAP, BSA/AML, SCRA, GLBA, TCPA, FDCPA and state privacy and servicing/debt collection laws. Familiar with credit card account originations and issuance, review of marketing and consumer disclosures, digital applications and wallets, card servicing such as bill pay, payment processing, consumer privacy and information security, and credit bureau reporting. Excellent computer-assisted research and analytical skills with a focus on problem solving. Well-organized, proactive self-starter able to prioritize and handle multiple projects simultaneously with competing and changing deadlines. Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills and ability to effectively present information to and interact with all levels of management. Displays growth mindset and a high-degree of mature, self-direction and ability to work independently or as part of a team. Independent thinker with strong analytical skills and ability to make sound decisions in fast-paced environment. Able to effectively prioritize work and business needs and adapt to change/resilient. Demonstrates strong sense of ethics and integrity. Proficient with basic computer applications, including Google Suites and Microsoft Office products. Able to participate in periodic overnight travel. Should have: Most recent 5+ years experience advising on regulatory requirements applicable to consumer credit card products. Experience independently handling state licensing program, including through use of the NMLS system. Able to draft and negotiate commercial agreements with technology partners and service providers.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2020-08-21

Corporate Counsel, Global Trade Programs

Reston VA Corporate Counsel, Global Trade Programs The candidate will primarily provide legal support for our third party diligence programs. Perform due diligence analysis on prospective partners. Issue spot for global trade risks. Advise business leaders regarding global trade risks. Coordinate with internal teams to enhance compliance and diligence processes. Participate in M&A transaction diligence and integration support. Lead and coordinate occasional trainings on various topics.Draft policies and procedures, and related training programs, as needed. Coordinate and perform, as needed, compliance reviews. Must have J.D. from accredited law school. Should have 5+ of business law firm or significant ethics and regulatory compliance experience, with a focus on global trade, to include customs, export controls, antiboycott, sanctions. Must have comfort with all things IT. Should have analytical, statutory interpretation, and drafting skills. Should have experience with due diligence, risk assessment, and remediation. Must have proficiency with languages, interest in international affairs, and availability to travel. Experience working in-house a plus. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-20
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Commercial Counsel
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Location : Arlington, VA, United States

Commercial Counsel Responsibilities: Negotiates terms for customer agreements, license agreements, confidentiality agreements, statements of work, letters of acknowledgement, requests for proposals (RFPs) and other contract documents. For these neg... + read more

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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# XXBJ151776
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be the global lead legal support for Sustainability and Asset Value Solutions, firm's remarketing business specializing in the sale of remanufactured and refurbished firm products. The role will be a part of the Worldwide Legal Sales and Marketing team and report through the Capital legal organization (reporting directly to the Head of Legal for Capital). Will be an active member of the Sustainability and Asset Value Solutions Leadership Team, and be responsible for the day to day management of all legal matters arising around the world in relation to this business. The work will be involving close coordination with Brand Protection, Channels, Supply Chain and Sales. The role will have additional responsibilities supporting the broader Cisco and Cisco Capital business, including driving template and process simplification initiatives and other projects that benefit our customers, clients and legal team throughout the world. Be responsible for managing policies and ensuring consistency with corporate strategy and business objectives, while maintaining the company's high standards of integrity, ethical and transparent conduct. Have primary responsibility for driving new business initiatives in Sustainability and Asset Value Solutions; structuring and drafting new product and service offers; and sales transactions, with flexibility to expand and address other needs arising in the business. Advise on a broad range of legal disciplines impacting the used and refurbished IT product market, including compliance/regulatory matters, intellectual property, competition, privacy, marketing, commercial contracts, trade/export and basic revenue recognition principles. Should preferable have law degree (although other extensive experience in the negotiation and management of transactional contracts would be considered). Must have 5 years experience as a trusted advisor and negotiator of technology sales transactions in a law firm or business.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Data Protection Compliance
Refer job# KAOQ151746
 
Corporate Counsel, Data Protection Compliance Duties: Work independently with a high degree of accountability. Speak/write clearly and concisely with a flexible style adaptable to different needs globally. Rapidly adapt to evolving developments. Express complex ideas in easily understandable and effective ways. Be agile when managing conflict and creating/influencing/implementing policies and procedures. Possess excellent business judgment and outstanding critical thinking and analytical capabilities. Be proactive and demonstrate initiative, resourcefulness, and a strong work ethic. Collaborate with the Data Protection team to help identify, develop and mature new processes, operations, technologies, and agreements to scale support for Company's Data Protection Compliance Program in AMER, APAC and LATAM. Work collaboratively with legal and business partners to identify, develop and implement process interlocks with other data protection program requirements globally and assist with building a Common Control Framework for Company's Global Data Protection Compliance Program. Keep up with legal requirements (commercial and public sector) in AMER, APAC and LATAM for data protection and integrate them into Company's Common Control Framework for data protection. Be familiar with the requirements of key security certifications/guidelines that relate to Company's cloud services, such as SOC2, ISO, HIPAA, PCI-DSS and FedRAMP. Provide second level support to members of the Data Protection team who support marketing, HR, IT and Security in fulfilling various data protection requirements. Support the fulfillment of privacy requests globally work closely with key business partners to develop repeatable playbooks and processes to ensure their timely completion. Assist with operationalizing support for website tracking technologies globally. Advise, educate and train on Company's data protection policies/compliance programs globally. Assist with developing, maintaining, and improving Company's auditing capabilities globally to help ensure ongoing compliance of the Global Data Protection Program. Build strong internal and external corporate relationships while balancing the needs of Company's global strategy and priorities. Perform other legal responsibilities as requested.

Requirements: JD degree with excellent academic credentials. License to practice law in applicable work location. 6-9 years experience in data protection compliance, in-house experience with a U.S.-listed company strongly preferred. Written and spoken fluency in English is required. Strong understanding of emerging technologies, cloud computing, SaaS infrastructure. Significant experience with SaaS-standard security programs, such as SOC2, ISO 27001, HIPAA/PCI, and FedRAMP, including a fundamental understanding of program elements. Significant prior experience building data protection compliance programs in AMER, APAC and LATAM. Ability to deliver in a fast paced and entrepreneurial environment in a timely manner. Expertise in Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Prior experience with OneTrust preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Intellectual Property Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WZNV151754
 
Intellectual Property Corporate Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include:Providing senior level expertise in IP law, with particular attention to government data rights and commercial licensing issues. Advising management on IP issues, including complex issues of significant financial and legal risk to the company. Performing independent research, analysis and business partner counseling on complex and/or strategically important issues. Managing preparation and prosecution of patents, trademarks, copyrights, etc. Advising on IP risks and IP aspects of contracts of all kinds. Developing and maintaining knowledge of the Sector's business and technology strategy, as well as continuously learning about current and historic technologies. Managing outside counsel; may supervise other attorneys and paralegals. Should have Juris Doctor and active state bar membership. Must have 10 + years directly related experience in a law firm or as in-house counsel. Should have experience in protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets, licensing of intellectual property, and counseling business partners in government contracting concerns. Must have significant experience with FAR and DFAR intellectual property regulations, contract clauses, and complex issues relating to technical data and computer software. Should preferable have Registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Bachelor's degree in a relevant scientific field is desired. Experience developing and managing global intellectual property portfolios is preferred. Should preferable have Experience with international intellectual property issues and transactions.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SYUP151657
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for providing legal support to Firm's Chief Legal & Business Affairs Officer and also the Corporate Counsel and Group Leader for Health Plan Contracts. Will be negotiating, drafting and reviewing a wide variety of business agreements with Firm's clients, vendors and business partners and (ii) providing legal advice and support on a wide variety of matters relating to Firm sbusiness operations. Drafts, negotiates, and reviews contracts and related documents including managed care contracts, vendor contracts, provider contracts and other business agreements. Provides primary support to designated areas of the organization on legal issues which may include issues relating to privacy, clinical compliance, labor and employment, product development, third-party insurance, government healthcare program participation, marketing and sales. Researches a broad range of laws and regulations affecting the organization, including but not limited to federal and state laws and regulations affecting the business of healthcare organizations; Medicare, Medicaid, fraud and abuse, Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute, HIPAA and labor and employment. Prepares legal memoranda as requested. Provides general legal advice and direction on a wide variety of matters to resolve operational issues, including provider and patient related situations. Maintain all organizational and professional ethical standards. All other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree accredited by the American Bar Association. Must have 4+ years of Legal experience in general healthcare law. Knowledge of federal and state laws relating to managed care, Medicare and Medicaid is essential. Must have strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization. Strong negotiating and legal drafting skills needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Counsel
Refer job# ZRKE151669
 
Contracts Counsel Duties: Responsible for administrative tasks related to awards from maintaining files to responding in an informed and timely fashion to contractual questions and request for assistance. This includes demonstrating an appropriate sense of urgency when responding to internal and external customer requests. Support solicitation, negotiation, award and contract administration activities. Draft all contract documents, including budgets and memos necessary to execute contracts and contract modifications for assigned actions. Ensure that all reports are accurate, complete, and timely. Ensure assigned contracts are in compliance with U.S. Government, and other regulations, laws, standards, procedures. Maintain electronic and hard copy files and systems in compliance with U.S. Government standards. Monitor and track upcoming contractual actions and deadlines. Responsible for assuring that all information regarding the status of assigned procurement actions are in the databases and/or current systems as applicable for completion of work tasks and as per agency regulatory requirements.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree. 5+ years of relevant work experience in Government contracting. Demonstrated understanding of applicable laws, rules, regulations and procedures governing contracting 5+ years experience developing. Knowledge of FAR and DFARS.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# BUST151585
 
Real Estate Attorney The candidate will meet with Firm's home purchase clients, deliver a professional and fun experience to those clients, and address any lingering concerns they may have. Will be responsible for ensuring that Firm's realtors provide excellent client service. Expected to help grow Firm's home purchase business. The key quality control manager for Firm's clients. In addition to preparing home purchase transactions for closing and advising the Realty business, provides legal support and quality assurance to Firm's title agency, loan production and closing staff, and realty team. Responsible for developing and maintaining policies and procedures for Firm's in-house closing programs. Improve and streamline Firm's existing processes, forms, and systems so that the Closing Department operates in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Should have Law License and JD from an accredited law school. Willingness to learn local real estate markets is required. Must have strong interest in operations and business. Proven client service and relationship-building skills required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Legal Counsel, Corporate
Refer job# VWFU151558
 
Associate Legal Counsel, Corporate The candidate will support and be a legal partner for Firm's corporate development activities, including structuring transactions, conducting due diligence reviews, documenting and negotiating transactions, and ensuring seamless integrations. Will develop and implement standardized templates and processes for repeatable transactions, that will advance and scale Firm's business. Work collaboratively and responsively with a range of colleagues cross-functionally and internationally, strengthening relationships across the legal department and between legal, corporate development and other G&A functions to facilitate a coordinated team approach. Support Firm's global compensation programs, including global equity and executive compensation plans. Support Firm's facilities team and real estate portfolio. Support other G&A functions such as finance, tax, treasury, human resources. Assist with SEC reporting, corporate governance and related public company obligations. Pitch-in on whatever work needs doing, whenever it needs to be done.

The candidate should have 2-6 years relevant experience as a general M&A, corporate and securities attorney in a large law firm and/or in-house legal department. Must have JD degree with excellent academic credentials. Must be Licensed to practice law in California preferred. Should have excellent written, communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to collaborate with, and gain the respect of, business partners at all levels. Prior experience working at or with technology companies is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel - Govt Contracts
Refer job# OGAX151501
 
Associate General Counsel - Govt Contracts The candidate will be responsible for: Active support of and advice on all types of government contracts including bid and proposal advice, contract changes (requests for equitable adjustments), compliance with Federal Acquisition Regulations and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement, government contract litigation protests and disputes, teaming agreements, organizational conflict of interest issues, Other Transaction Agreements (OTAs), and the creation and implementation of firewall agreements and compliance matters, will support other business matters including program execution and performance. Will also support subcontract negotiations and support our global supply chain personnel. Performs other duties and assignments as required, including, but not limited to implementing standards for effective legal and contract strategy, conducting legal investigations relating to government contracts, managing outside counsel, interpreting and disseminating information on proposed or actual legislation and regulations, with emphasis on government contract law and providing legal training to business leaders and professionals on government contracts topics. Must have Juris Doctor from an ABA accredited law school. Should have 7+ years of experience with a law firm, corporation or government organization with a practice area emphasis in government contracts. Must have experience in other specialty areas, such as commercial contracts, counseling and advice, litigation, corporate transactions, compliance programs, and international law. Experience handling privacy issues desirable. Must be a member in good standing of a State Bar. Must have or be able to obtain a security clearance at the Secret level.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel - Regulatory And Compliance
Refer job# VMBT151463
 
Associate General Counsel - Regulatory and Compliance Duties: Provide legal advice to the consumer credit card business, including as relates to drafting and review of disclosures and terms for card products, interpreting federal and state legal requirements, supporting negotiations of third-party contracts with service providers and technology partners, reviewing legal issues with new and expanding business initiatives. Conduct extensive legal research and draft formal and informal correspondence and memoranda. Partner with the business to develop and implement new initiatives to enhance products, services and customer experiences. Proactively advise on potential risks, spot legal and regulatory issues, and advise on compliant strategies to manage and grow the business. Collaborate with business and risk/compliance partners to draft and update business policies and procedures. Provide practical and strategic legal advice and support on business matters in a fast-paced and regulated environment. Maintain a high level of professionalism, outstanding business judgment and strategic thought/growth-minded leadership and innovative approaches to legal issues that align with business initiatives and objectives. Provide counsel on state licensing requirements. Perform additional duties and assists with special projects as assigned. Supervise outside counsel as appropriate.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Active and in good standing VA bar license. 7-10 years experience practicing in a large law firm or dynamic in-house environment with concentration on consumer finance/credit card regulatory practice . Current license and in good standing to practice law. Significant regulatory experience with federal and state consumer financial laws and regulations, including FCRA/Reg V, TILA/Reg Z, ECOA/Reg B, UDAAP, BSA/AML, SCRA, GLBA, TCPA, FDCPA and state privacy and servicing/debt collection laws. Familiar with credit card account originations and issuance, review of marketing and consumer disclosures, digital applications and wallets, card servicing such as bill pay, payment processing, consumer privacy and information security, and credit bureau reporting. Excellent computer-assisted research and analytical skills with a focus on problem solving. Well-organized, proactive self-starter able to prioritize and handle multiple projects simultaneously with competing and changing deadlines. Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills and ability to effectively present information to and interact with all levels of management. Displays growth mindset and a high-degree of mature, self-direction and ability to work independently or as part of a team. Independent thinker with strong analytical skills and ability to make sound decisions in fast-paced environment. Able to effectively prioritize work and business needs and adapt to change/resilient. Demonstrates strong sense of ethics and integrity. Proficient with basic computer applications, including Google Suites and Microsoft Office products. Able to participate in periodic overnight travel. Should have: Most recent 5+ years experience advising on regulatory requirements applicable to consumer credit card products. Experience independently handling state licensing program, including through use of the NMLS system. Able to draft and negotiate commercial agreements with technology partners and service providers.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel, Global Trade Programs
Refer job# UBRC151407
 
Corporate Counsel, Global Trade Programs The candidate will primarily provide legal support for our third party diligence programs. Perform due diligence analysis on prospective partners. Issue spot for global trade risks. Advise business leaders regarding global trade risks. Coordinate with internal teams to enhance compliance and diligence processes. Participate in M&A transaction diligence and integration support. Lead and coordinate occasional trainings on various topics.Draft policies and procedures, and related training programs, as needed. Coordinate and perform, as needed, compliance reviews. Must have J.D. from accredited law school. Should have 5+ of business law firm or significant ethics and regulatory compliance experience, with a focus on global trade, to include customs, export controls, antiboycott, sanctions. Must have comfort with all things IT. Should have analytical, statutory interpretation, and drafting skills. Should have experience with due diligence, risk assessment, and remediation. Must have proficiency with languages, interest in international affairs, and availability to travel. Experience working in-house a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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San Diego office of our client seeks Senior Wealth Management Group Associate Attorney with 9 years of experience, focusing on estate planning and estate trust administration. The candidate must have ...


Location: USA-FL-Miami

Miami office of our client seeks Tax Attorney with 2 years of experience. The candidate should be licensed to practice law and in good standing in Florida. Must have experience in transactional tax wo...


Location: USA-AL-Birmingham

Birmingham office of a **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Top Ranked Law Firm seeks economic development and state and local tax associate attorney with 2-4 years of experience. The candidate will negoti...


 

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