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In-house Corporate Law Counsel

Falls Church VA In-House Corporate Law Counsel Duties: Providing legal support and guidance to corporate leadership and business units regarding general corporate governance. Assisting in managing the legal organization of the company, including subsidiary formation, re-organization, and dissolution. Managing the company's complex portfolio of international and domestic business registrations. Drafting of minutes, resolutions, powers of attorney and appointments. Managing the company's delegation of authority process. Negotiating and drafting joint venture agreements. Supporting SEC filings preparation and SEC and NASDAQ compliance efforts. Assisting with public company secretary duties and Board support. Participating actively in M&A activities including due diligence investigations, drafting and reviewing purchase agreements and related documents, and executing the transactions. Becoming legal team's SME on IP matters and managing the company's modest IP portfolio. Effectively advising the business to mitigate present and potential future risk and exposure. Developing, supporting and delivering training on corporate law matters. Collaborating with other members of the legal team on corporate-wide initiatives.

Qualifications: JD Degree with active Bar membership in at least one U.S jurisdiction. 3-5 years experience in the field, preferably in a law firm advising private companies or as an in-house counsel or in a relevant government agency. Demonstrated expertise in general corporate law matters; bonus for applicants with experience, interest or aptitude in IP law. Knowledge of US government contracting industry would be a plus. Excellent judgment and ability to timely provide reasoned legal advice. Convey a sense of dedicated professionalism and a level of interpersonal skills to be accepted as a trusted advisor by business leaders at all levels. Flexibility and a willingness to adapt to the changing needs of the enterprise. Excellent communication and organizational skills. Ability to work independently but also proactively as a team player across functional lines. The drive to succeed in a no frills, results-oriented culture.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-06-26

Corporate Counsel

Falls Church VA Corporate Counsel The candidate will report to the Assistant General Counsel, Enterprise Services. Will be a self-motivated, experienced attorney who will provide legal support to the company's internal operations, including Information Technology, Information Security, Enterprise Security, Privacy, Service Center Operations and Flight Operations. Such support shall include effectively partnering with executives and other partners within Enterprise Service on a wide array of projects, including cyber, privacy, cloud technology, and outsourcing, in an agile manner with a focus on streamlining and enhancing company policies, procedures and processes. In addition to providing legal support within Enterprise Services, the successful candidate will partner with operations counsel in support of sectors and other functions, including supply chain, to provide practical, implemental legal guidance in these key areas. Should have J.D. from an ABA accredited law school. Must be member of the Virginia Bar, or, in lieu of licensure, ability to obtain Virginia corporate counsel certificate. Should have 12 years of directly related experience in law firms, the US Government, or commercial business, preferably with cybersecurity, privacy, cloud, outsourcing and other enterprise issues. Must have experience working directly with clients and partners as counsel for the US Government, in-house within the US defense and intelligence contracting community, or in private practice. Should preferable have Previous experience in cybersecurity, privacy, cloud computing, and outsourcing and other enterprise support issues. Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-25

International Attorney

Arlington VA International Attorney Duties: Ensuring that effective legal counsel is provided in support of the Company's transactions and contracts involving sales to governmental (FMS and direct) and commercial customers, outside the United States; also ensuring that objectives are achieved in these areas in compliance with all applicable policies, laws and regulations, with legal risks appropriately mitigated. Providing support for a wide range of other corporate and commercial activities and transactions outside the United States, including joint ventures, teaming agreements, collaborative business arrangements and other strategic alliances; global supply chain activity; support of overseas personnel, operations, and legal entities/permanent establishments; and offset and countertrade. Leading company-wide development of legal positions and company-wide capabilities to provide legal support for the Company's activities outside of the United States. Providing legal support in the area of global compliance, including trade sanctions and anti-boycott compliance; compliance with the GDPR, FCPA, the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention and other anti-bribery laws, as well as related Company policies and procedures; and providing compliance-related training to Company employees. Addressing other local issues as they arise with respect to the Company's global activities. Managing outside counsel. May supervise other attorneys and paralegals.

QUALIFICATIONS: Relevant substantive 10+ years of experience with a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Exceptional academic credentials from an accredited law school Licensed to practice law in Europe. Extensive experience of flexibly managing legal issues for operations and activities in multiple international jurisdictions. Must be able to manage others and assist with special projects assigned by the deputy general counsels and general counsel. Superior oral and written communication skills. Exceptional integrity, outstanding analytical skills and strategic thinking, exceptional judgment and a record of managing complex legal matters. Exceptional ability for collaboration, team-work and motivation of others through thought leadership. Demonstrated ability to balance multiple, competing priorities, organize and lead teams, utilize diplomacy, program management and interpersonal skills to accomplish objectives and partner with other organizations and councils, inside and outside the company. PREFERRED: Substantial experience in supporting global operations. Experience supporting operations and activities in Europe and Asia.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-25

Corporate Director, Assistant General Counsel

Falls Church VA Corporate Director, Assistant General Counsel The candidate will providing senior level IP expertise, driving the development and implementation of IP strategies in collaboration with senior leaders, technologists, engineers and multi-disciplinary teams, as well as ensuring that all IP-related activities are conducted in conformance with the Company's principles and values. Translating key operational and technology strategies into actionable steps to create and continuously strengthen the enterprise's IP position to support the Company's competitive advantage in both US and global markets. Leading IP transactions, including providing analysis and counseling with respect to IP related issues and agreements with both government and commercial customers globally, providing risk assessments, leading negotiations on strategic IP issues, and partnering with the Law Department's litigation group on IP litigation. Supervising and leading a team of attorneys and professionals in managing the Company's IP portfolio, including maintenance of existing patents/trademarks, oversight of the patent/trademark program for the development and prosecution of new patents/trademarks, protecting trade secrets and other confidential information. Interfacing with US Government, commercial and international customers on IP transactional l issues and in partnering with the Company's Government Relations team to shape the regulatory landscape as it relates to IP used and generated in performance of US Government contracts. Developing and maintaining the IP Group's budget, developing and growing focused relationships with outside counsel and other strategic service providers and implementing tools and processes to more efficiently manage the Company's IP portfolio. Developing and maintaining deep knowledge of the Company's business strategy and IP issues as well as continuously learning about current and historic technologies. Extensive experience addressing legal issues for operations and activities in multiple international jurisdictions. Superior oral and written communication skills are required. Exceptional integrity, outstanding analytical skills and strategic thinking, exceptional judgment and a record of managing complex legal matters are required, Exceptional ability for collaboration, team work and motivation of others through thought leadership are required, Demonstrated ability to balance multiple, competing priorities, organize and lead teams, utilize diplomacy, program management and interpersonal skills to accomplish objectives and partner with other organizations and councils, inside and outside the company. Managerial experience, particularly in an international company with a substantially sized corporate legal department are required. A Juris Doctorate and active state bar membership are required. Registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 15 years + years directly related, broad-based experience in a law firm or as in-house counsel, with broad-based and deep knowledge of IP issues, and FAR/DFARs provisions applicable to IP use and exploitation in US Government contracts are required. Knowledge of global IP protection and enforcement issues, especially in Europe, the Middle East, Japan, and Korea are required. Leadership experience in one or more relevant professional organizations. Substantial experience with intellectual property legislative and policy issues, particularly those applicable to U.S. Government contractors are required. Experience across the entire spectrum of intellectual property issues, including identification, protection, strategic management, negotiating and closing transactions, and enforcement, both domestically and internationally are required, General knowledge and exposure across a broad spectrum of legal disciplines are required. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-23

Corporate Counsel II

McLean VA Corporate Counsel II Duties: Support the Company's Missions Systems sector. Provide a broad array of legal advice and service in support of U.S. and international government contracting as well as commercial contracting. In addition to the provision of counsel directly to executives and other business partners within the sector, responsibilities will include the supervision of outside counsel, and coordinating with various legal specialists inside the company to support litigation, internal investigations, intellectual property, export, ethics and anti-corruption, employment, and other matters impacting the business.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. A member of a State Bar. 10+ years of experience: at least 2 of which involved questions in U.S. Government or commercial contracting. Preferred Qualifications: A record of managing complex, high-value legal matters. Experience supporting clients and business partners as counsel for the US Government, in-house within the US defense and intelligence contracting community, or in private practice. Demonstrated leadership potential.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-19

Corporate Transactional And Procurement Attorney

Reston VA Corporate Transactional and Procurement Attorney Responsibilities: Draft and negotiate a variety of commercial agreements, including inbound licensing (both SaaS and on-prem), co-location, marketing, peering, paid connectivity, and facility agreements. Support the global procurement function. Manage and coordinate discussions and review of terms and conditions with internal stakeholders and vendors. Ensure transaction terms comply with company policies and reflect company's risk tolerance and are documented in the applicable systems. Conduct due diligence on vendors or other third parties as may be necessary in support of transactions.

Qualifications: 6+ years' commercial transactional experience. Significant experience drafting and negotiating commercial agreements, including procurement related agreements. Strong project management skills, including managing complex transactions and leading the internal efforts among cross functional teams to begin and successfully conclude vendor negotiations for the procurement of goods and services in a timely manner. Familiarity with intellectual property, privacy, export and compliance, anti-corruption and international laws, a plus. Significant experience supporting technology, Internet and/or telecommunications organizations. Aptitude to quickly absorb new information with highly developed interpersonal skills. Demonstrated leadership and team-working skills. Strong business acumen with a sophisticated understanding of the balance between risk and reward. Must be admitted to the Virginia bar or eligible for admission as a Virginia Corporate Counsel.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-16

Senior Corporate Counsel, Employment - Americas Lead

Virginia Beach VA Senior Corporate Counsel, Employment - Americas Lead Responsibilities: Serve as the lead employment lawyer for Company's Americas region (United States, Canada, and Latin America); Lead and/or participate in special projects with cross-functional teams, including those focused on improving and enhancing employment-related policies, practices, and processes to execute priorities and ensure compliance; Help provide practical and business-oriented legal advice to the global human resources team and the business regarding all aspects of the employer/employee relationship including, hiring, performance management, discrimination, harassment, wage and hour, restrictive covenants, leaves and accommodations, compensation and benefits, reductions-in-force, contractor issues, and diversity and inclusion; Provide employment law support in connection with mergers & acquisitions including due diligence and post-close integration; Provide support with regard to interpretation and enforcement of sales commission plans; Respond to attorney demand letters and agency matters, including government-initiated inquiries and audits; Manage and partner with outside counsel in employment litigation matters; negotiate separation agreements; Collaborate with the Human Resources Team to generate and implement trainings on HR and employment law topics; and Participate in global projects and initiatives, as needed.

Qualifications: Should have a JD from an accredited U.S. law school and are a member in good standing of a U.S. State bar (preference for California); 12+ years specializing in U.S. employment law, with in-house experience at a multinational corporation strongly preferred; Strong knowledge of California Employment Law is required; Should have a demonstrated and proven ability to work well with Human Resources and business leaders, leveraging strong analytical and conceptual skills to be effective at building a consensus among leaders; enjoy collaborating with colleagues to achieve a shared goal; are a creative and strategic thinker who possesses excellent business sense and judgment; are committed to driving diversity and inclusion through the advice you provide; are a practical and enthusiastic problem-solver who is confident, mature, flexible, and calm under fire and can work independently in a dynamic, fast-changing environment; able to connect the dots to provide advice that considers the context and unintended consequences as well as the specific legal issue at hand; a passion for employment law and keep up to date on developments; People management experience is preferred. Some international employment law experience. Some immigration and mobility experience.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-12

Securities/Governance, Associate General Counsel

McLean VA Securities/Governance, Associate General Counsel Duties: Under the direction of DMS's General Counsel, will oversee the company's data privacy, TCPA, CCPA, and related department compliance activities. Collaborate with senior leadership as well as all departments where compliance risks exist in partnership with SVP of HR and CFO as it relates to People, Finance or Business related compliance areas. Ensure the company is properly addressing its compliance issues and risk profile. Responsible to manage, prepare and oversee the Company's SEC filings, including periodic reports, current reports, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, securities offerings and other related filings. Prepares, manages and oversees the company's SEC filings, including periodic reports, current reports, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, securities offerings and other related filings. Oversees and provides support to the Board of Directors and its Committees in the areas of public disclosures, applicable law, corporate governance and policies, oversight responsibilities, executive compensation and other public company obligations and best practices. Drafting and filing of the company's annual proxy statement, including managing shareholder and management proposals. Advises on annual report and shareholder meeting. Ensures compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations. Provides legal support and guidance with respect to executive compensation, as well as equity plan administration and trading windows. Provides legal support to the Corporate Secretary, including the drafting, preparation and review of Board of Director meeting materials. Collaborates and provides legal guidance on external communications such as earnings releases, press releases, investor presentations and marketing materials, and the Company website. Provides legal support for the maintenance of the Company's subsidiaries and for corporate transactions, including any debt or equity transactions undertaken by the Company. Acts as a key business partner and advisor to the company's executive team as well as the investor relations, internal audit, finance, human resources and corporate communications functions. Provides strategic counseling on, drafts and interprets company policies and procedures, including ethics and compliance policies. Provides training to the company on legal topics. Responds to legal requests and queries from individuals in all areas and all levels within the organization, and proactively recognize and address potential legal issues as they arise. Monitors and maintains awareness of pending regulations and developments that are relevant to the Company's business interests, particularly relating to corporate governance and public company matters. Manages outside counsel and assigned portion of Legal function budget. Provide support for litigation, M&A activity, contracts review and other legal projects, as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Must have valid license to practice law issued from a recognized Bar. 10 years of experience in public company corporate and securities law in a law firm or corporate environment. Ability to read, analyze and interpret complex legal and business documents. Ability to respond discretely and effectively to the most sensitive inquiries or complaints. Ability to make effective and persuasive presentations on controversial and/or complex topics to all levels of management, as well as Board of Directors and outside third parties. High level of reasoning ability required. Ability to define problems, collect and analyze complex data and conflicting viewpoints, establish facts and draw valid conclusions, as well as make strategic decisions and persuasive arguments. Strong analytical and problem-resolution skills; exceptional business judgment, with the ability to think strategically and give practical advice by balancing business needs with legal risks. Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills and the ability to interface with, and gain the respect of, stakeholders at all levels, including Board of Directors. Strong negotiating skills with both legal and financial/commercial issues and functions of the company. Developed organizational capabilities and the ability to manage several simultaneous projects under deadline pressure. Excellent verbal and written communication skills to effectively work with various departments and levels within the company, as well as Board of Directors and shareholders. Ability to work independently and in a fast-paced environment required. Experience managing outside counsel in a multi-state environment preferred.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-12

Corporate Counsel, Data Center Operations (Networking)

Arlington VA Corporate Counsel, Data Center Operations (Networking) The candidate will work on a team responsible for supporting AWS' worldwide data centers, including data center leasing, operations, compliance, and networking. Will have transactional drafting and negotiation responsibilities on telecommunications agreements (e.g., transport services, IP transit services, voice services, interconnection, fiber acquisitions and IRUs) and provide ongoing legal counsel and contract interpretation to business team members on a day-to-day basis. These transactions range from standard contracts to complex, high value agreements. Help develop, implement, and manage process improvements across the team; resolve legal issues that arise in existing commercial relationships; and handle pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Should have J.D. from an accredited law school and membership in at least one state bar. Must have familiarity with IT/technology experience. Should have 5+ years of legel experience (with several years at a leading law firm or in-house experience). Strong analytical, written and oral communication, and client interaction skills preferred. Experience drafting transactional documents desired. Familiarity with IT, data center operations, internet infrastructure, or related procurement a plus. Regulatory experience in regulated fields like telecommunications or electricity an advantage. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-08

Virginia - Manager - Private Client Service (PCS) Tax Practice

McLean VA Manager - Private Client Service (PCS) Tax Practice
The candidate will be responsible for the preparation and review of tax returns. Will participate in identifying client issues and communicating with clients and financial managers. Should preferably have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics or related degree with 3.0 GPA. Advanced credential like CPA, J.D., CFP or CFA preferred. Must have 5+ years of relevant work experience with an accounting firm, including 3+ years of PCS experience.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2013-03-23
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In-house Corporate Law Counsel
Refer job# SYHS150282
 
In-House Corporate Law Counsel Duties: Providing legal support and guidance to corporate leadership and business units regarding general corporate governance. Assisting in managing the legal organization of the company, including subsidiary formation, re-organization, and dissolution. Managing the company's complex portfolio of international and domestic business registrations. Drafting of minutes, resolutions, powers of attorney and appointments. Managing the company's delegation of authority process. Negotiating and drafting joint venture agreements. Supporting SEC filings preparation and SEC and NASDAQ compliance efforts. Assisting with public company secretary duties and Board support. Participating actively in M&A activities including due diligence investigations, drafting and reviewing purchase agreements and related documents, and executing the transactions. Becoming legal team's SME on IP matters and managing the company's modest IP portfolio. Effectively advising the business to mitigate present and potential future risk and exposure. Developing, supporting and delivering training on corporate law matters. Collaborating with other members of the legal team on corporate-wide initiatives.

Qualifications: JD Degree with active Bar membership in at least one U.S jurisdiction. 3-5 years experience in the field, preferably in a law firm advising private companies or as an in-house counsel or in a relevant government agency. Demonstrated expertise in general corporate law matters; bonus for applicants with experience, interest or aptitude in IP law. Knowledge of US government contracting industry would be a plus. Excellent judgment and ability to timely provide reasoned legal advice. Convey a sense of dedicated professionalism and a level of interpersonal skills to be accepted as a trusted advisor by business leaders at all levels. Flexibility and a willingness to adapt to the changing needs of the enterprise. Excellent communication and organizational skills. Ability to work independently but also proactively as a team player across functional lines. The drive to succeed in a no frills, results-oriented culture.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ANLX150270
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will report to the Assistant General Counsel, Enterprise Services. Will be a self-motivated, experienced attorney who will provide legal support to the company's internal operations, including Information Technology, Information Security, Enterprise Security, Privacy, Service Center Operations and Flight Operations. Such support shall include effectively partnering with executives and other partners within Enterprise Service on a wide array of projects, including cyber, privacy, cloud technology, and outsourcing, in an agile manner with a focus on streamlining and enhancing company policies, procedures and processes. In addition to providing legal support within Enterprise Services, the successful candidate will partner with operations counsel in support of sectors and other functions, including supply chain, to provide practical, implemental legal guidance in these key areas. Should have J.D. from an ABA accredited law school. Must be member of the Virginia Bar, or, in lieu of licensure, ability to obtain Virginia corporate counsel certificate. Should have 12 years of directly related experience in law firms, the US Government, or commercial business, preferably with cybersecurity, privacy, cloud, outsourcing and other enterprise issues. Must have experience working directly with clients and partners as counsel for the US Government, in-house within the US defense and intelligence contracting community, or in private practice. Should preferable have Previous experience in cybersecurity, privacy, cloud computing, and outsourcing and other enterprise support issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
International Attorney
Refer job# JQBK150272
 
International Attorney Duties: Ensuring that effective legal counsel is provided in support of the Company's transactions and contracts involving sales to governmental (FMS and direct) and commercial customers, outside the United States; also ensuring that objectives are achieved in these areas in compliance with all applicable policies, laws and regulations, with legal risks appropriately mitigated. Providing support for a wide range of other corporate and commercial activities and transactions outside the United States, including joint ventures, teaming agreements, collaborative business arrangements and other strategic alliances; global supply chain activity; support of overseas personnel, operations, and legal entities/permanent establishments; and offset and countertrade. Leading company-wide development of legal positions and company-wide capabilities to provide legal support for the Company's activities outside of the United States. Providing legal support in the area of global compliance, including trade sanctions and anti-boycott compliance; compliance with the GDPR, FCPA, the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention and other anti-bribery laws, as well as related Company policies and procedures; and providing compliance-related training to Company employees. Addressing other local issues as they arise with respect to the Company's global activities. Managing outside counsel. May supervise other attorneys and paralegals.

QUALIFICATIONS: Relevant substantive 10+ years of experience with a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Exceptional academic credentials from an accredited law school Licensed to practice law in Europe. Extensive experience of flexibly managing legal issues for operations and activities in multiple international jurisdictions. Must be able to manage others and assist with special projects assigned by the deputy general counsels and general counsel. Superior oral and written communication skills. Exceptional integrity, outstanding analytical skills and strategic thinking, exceptional judgment and a record of managing complex legal matters. Exceptional ability for collaboration, team-work and motivation of others through thought leadership. Demonstrated ability to balance multiple, competing priorities, organize and lead teams, utilize diplomacy, program management and interpersonal skills to accomplish objectives and partner with other organizations and councils, inside and outside the company. PREFERRED: Substantial experience in supporting global operations. Experience supporting operations and activities in Europe and Asia.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Director, Assistant General Counsel
Refer job# QFRD150240
 
Corporate Director, Assistant General Counsel The candidate will providing senior level IP expertise, driving the development and implementation of IP strategies in collaboration with senior leaders, technologists, engineers and multi-disciplinary teams, as well as ensuring that all IP-related activities are conducted in conformance with the Company's principles and values. Translating key operational and technology strategies into actionable steps to create and continuously strengthen the enterprise's IP position to support the Company's competitive advantage in both US and global markets. Leading IP transactions, including providing analysis and counseling with respect to IP related issues and agreements with both government and commercial customers globally, providing risk assessments, leading negotiations on strategic IP issues, and partnering with the Law Department's litigation group on IP litigation. Supervising and leading a team of attorneys and professionals in managing the Company's IP portfolio, including maintenance of existing patents/trademarks, oversight of the patent/trademark program for the development and prosecution of new patents/trademarks, protecting trade secrets and other confidential information. Interfacing with US Government, commercial and international customers on IP transactional l issues and in partnering with the Company's Government Relations team to shape the regulatory landscape as it relates to IP used and generated in performance of US Government contracts. Developing and maintaining the IP Group's budget, developing and growing focused relationships with outside counsel and other strategic service providers and implementing tools and processes to more efficiently manage the Company's IP portfolio. Developing and maintaining deep knowledge of the Company's business strategy and IP issues as well as continuously learning about current and historic technologies. Extensive experience addressing legal issues for operations and activities in multiple international jurisdictions. Superior oral and written communication skills are required. Exceptional integrity, outstanding analytical skills and strategic thinking, exceptional judgment and a record of managing complex legal matters are required, Exceptional ability for collaboration, team work and motivation of others through thought leadership are required, Demonstrated ability to balance multiple, competing priorities, organize and lead teams, utilize diplomacy, program management and interpersonal skills to accomplish objectives and partner with other organizations and councils, inside and outside the company. Managerial experience, particularly in an international company with a substantially sized corporate legal department are required. A Juris Doctorate and active state bar membership are required. Registration to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. 15 years + years directly related, broad-based experience in a law firm or as in-house counsel, with broad-based and deep knowledge of IP issues, and FAR/DFARs provisions applicable to IP use and exploitation in US Government contracts are required. Knowledge of global IP protection and enforcement issues, especially in Europe, the Middle East, Japan, and Korea are required. Leadership experience in one or more relevant professional organizations. Substantial experience with intellectual property legislative and policy issues, particularly those applicable to U.S. Government contractors are required. Experience across the entire spectrum of intellectual property issues, including identification, protection, strategic management, negotiating and closing transactions, and enforcement, both domestically and internationally are required, General knowledge and exposure across a broad spectrum of legal disciplines are required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel II
Refer job# DFJN150218
 
Corporate Counsel II Duties: Support the Company's Missions Systems sector. Provide a broad array of legal advice and service in support of U.S. and international government contracting as well as commercial contracting. In addition to the provision of counsel directly to executives and other business partners within the sector, responsibilities will include the supervision of outside counsel, and coordinating with various legal specialists inside the company to support litigation, internal investigations, intellectual property, export, ethics and anti-corruption, employment, and other matters impacting the business.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. A member of a State Bar. 10+ years of experience: at least 2 of which involved questions in U.S. Government or commercial contracting. Preferred Qualifications: A record of managing complex, high-value legal matters. Experience supporting clients and business partners as counsel for the US Government, in-house within the US defense and intelligence contracting community, or in private practice. Demonstrated leadership potential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Transactional And Procurement Attorney
Refer job# FEKQ150167
 
Corporate Transactional and Procurement Attorney Responsibilities: Draft and negotiate a variety of commercial agreements, including inbound licensing (both SaaS and on-prem), co-location, marketing, peering, paid connectivity, and facility agreements. Support the global procurement function. Manage and coordinate discussions and review of terms and conditions with internal stakeholders and vendors. Ensure transaction terms comply with company policies and reflect company's risk tolerance and are documented in the applicable systems. Conduct due diligence on vendors or other third parties as may be necessary in support of transactions.

Qualifications: 6+ years' commercial transactional experience. Significant experience drafting and negotiating commercial agreements, including procurement related agreements. Strong project management skills, including managing complex transactions and leading the internal efforts among cross functional teams to begin and successfully conclude vendor negotiations for the procurement of goods and services in a timely manner. Familiarity with intellectual property, privacy, export and compliance, anti-corruption and international laws, a plus. Significant experience supporting technology, Internet and/or telecommunications organizations. Aptitude to quickly absorb new information with highly developed interpersonal skills. Demonstrated leadership and team-working skills. Strong business acumen with a sophisticated understanding of the balance between risk and reward. Must be admitted to the Virginia bar or eligible for admission as a Virginia Corporate Counsel.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Employment - Americas Lead
Refer job# ENUX150119
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Employment - Americas Lead Responsibilities: Serve as the lead employment lawyer for Company's Americas region (United States, Canada, and Latin America); Lead and/or participate in special projects with cross-functional teams, including those focused on improving and enhancing employment-related policies, practices, and processes to execute priorities and ensure compliance; Help provide practical and business-oriented legal advice to the global human resources team and the business regarding all aspects of the employer/employee relationship including, hiring, performance management, discrimination, harassment, wage and hour, restrictive covenants, leaves and accommodations, compensation and benefits, reductions-in-force, contractor issues, and diversity and inclusion; Provide employment law support in connection with mergers & acquisitions including due diligence and post-close integration; Provide support with regard to interpretation and enforcement of sales commission plans; Respond to attorney demand letters and agency matters, including government-initiated inquiries and audits; Manage and partner with outside counsel in employment litigation matters; negotiate separation agreements; Collaborate with the Human Resources Team to generate and implement trainings on HR and employment law topics; and Participate in global projects and initiatives, as needed.

Qualifications: Should have a JD from an accredited U.S. law school and are a member in good standing of a U.S. State bar (preference for California); 12+ years specializing in U.S. employment law, with in-house experience at a multinational corporation strongly preferred; Strong knowledge of California Employment Law is required; Should have a demonstrated and proven ability to work well with Human Resources and business leaders, leveraging strong analytical and conceptual skills to be effective at building a consensus among leaders; enjoy collaborating with colleagues to achieve a shared goal; are a creative and strategic thinker who possesses excellent business sense and judgment; are committed to driving diversity and inclusion through the advice you provide; are a practical and enthusiastic problem-solver who is confident, mature, flexible, and calm under fire and can work independently in a dynamic, fast-changing environment; able to connect the dots to provide advice that considers the context and unintended consequences as well as the specific legal issue at hand; a passion for employment law and keep up to date on developments; People management experience is preferred. Some international employment law experience. Some immigration and mobility experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Securities/Governance, Associate General Counsel
Refer job# KZXT150121
 
Securities/Governance, Associate General Counsel Duties: Under the direction of DMS's General Counsel, will oversee the company's data privacy, TCPA, CCPA, and related department compliance activities. Collaborate with senior leadership as well as all departments where compliance risks exist in partnership with SVP of HR and CFO as it relates to People, Finance or Business related compliance areas. Ensure the company is properly addressing its compliance issues and risk profile. Responsible to manage, prepare and oversee the Company's SEC filings, including periodic reports, current reports, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, securities offerings and other related filings. Prepares, manages and oversees the company's SEC filings, including periodic reports, current reports, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, securities offerings and other related filings. Oversees and provides support to the Board of Directors and its Committees in the areas of public disclosures, applicable law, corporate governance and policies, oversight responsibilities, executive compensation and other public company obligations and best practices. Drafting and filing of the company's annual proxy statement, including managing shareholder and management proposals. Advises on annual report and shareholder meeting. Ensures compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations. Provides legal support and guidance with respect to executive compensation, as well as equity plan administration and trading windows. Provides legal support to the Corporate Secretary, including the drafting, preparation and review of Board of Director meeting materials. Collaborates and provides legal guidance on external communications such as earnings releases, press releases, investor presentations and marketing materials, and the Company website. Provides legal support for the maintenance of the Company's subsidiaries and for corporate transactions, including any debt or equity transactions undertaken by the Company. Acts as a key business partner and advisor to the company's executive team as well as the investor relations, internal audit, finance, human resources and corporate communications functions. Provides strategic counseling on, drafts and interprets company policies and procedures, including ethics and compliance policies. Provides training to the company on legal topics. Responds to legal requests and queries from individuals in all areas and all levels within the organization, and proactively recognize and address potential legal issues as they arise. Monitors and maintains awareness of pending regulations and developments that are relevant to the Company's business interests, particularly relating to corporate governance and public company matters. Manages outside counsel and assigned portion of Legal function budget. Provide support for litigation, M&A activity, contracts review and other legal projects, as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Must have valid license to practice law issued from a recognized Bar. 10 years of experience in public company corporate and securities law in a law firm or corporate environment. Ability to read, analyze and interpret complex legal and business documents. Ability to respond discretely and effectively to the most sensitive inquiries or complaints. Ability to make effective and persuasive presentations on controversial and/or complex topics to all levels of management, as well as Board of Directors and outside third parties. High level of reasoning ability required. Ability to define problems, collect and analyze complex data and conflicting viewpoints, establish facts and draw valid conclusions, as well as make strategic decisions and persuasive arguments. Strong analytical and problem-resolution skills; exceptional business judgment, with the ability to think strategically and give practical advice by balancing business needs with legal risks. Excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills and the ability to interface with, and gain the respect of, stakeholders at all levels, including Board of Directors. Strong negotiating skills with both legal and financial/commercial issues and functions of the company. Developed organizational capabilities and the ability to manage several simultaneous projects under deadline pressure. Excellent verbal and written communication skills to effectively work with various departments and levels within the company, as well as Board of Directors and shareholders. Ability to work independently and in a fast-paced environment required. Experience managing outside counsel in a multi-state environment preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Data Center Operations (Networking)
Refer job# PQVY150087
 
Corporate Counsel, Data Center Operations (Networking) The candidate will work on a team responsible for supporting AWS' worldwide data centers, including data center leasing, operations, compliance, and networking. Will have transactional drafting and negotiation responsibilities on telecommunications agreements (e.g., transport services, IP transit services, voice services, interconnection, fiber acquisitions and IRUs) and provide ongoing legal counsel and contract interpretation to business team members on a day-to-day basis. These transactions range from standard contracts to complex, high value agreements. Help develop, implement, and manage process improvements across the team; resolve legal issues that arise in existing commercial relationships; and handle pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Should have J.D. from an accredited law school and membership in at least one state bar. Must have familiarity with IT/technology experience. Should have 5+ years of legel experience (with several years at a leading law firm or in-house experience). Strong analytical, written and oral communication, and client interaction skills preferred. Experience drafting transactional documents desired. Familiarity with IT, data center operations, internet infrastructure, or related procurement a plus. Regulatory experience in regulated fields like telecommunications or electricity an advantage.
 
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Virginia - Manager - Private Client Service (PCS) Tax Practice
Refer job# 6OUC25992
 
Manager - Private Client Service (PCS) Tax Practice
The candidate will be responsible for the preparation and review of tax returns. Will participate in identifying client issues and communicating with clients and financial managers. Should preferably have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics or related degree with 3.0 GPA. Advanced credential like CPA, J.D., CFP or CFA preferred. Must have 5+ years of relevant work experience with an accounting firm, including 3+ years of PCS experience.
 
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