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Corporate Counsel

Arlington VA Corporate Counsel The candidate will be advising the business on regulatory and compliance matters, including those related to lending and finance; structuring, drafting and negotiating commercial agreements related to domestic and international credit products; and providing ongoing legal counseling on a wide range of matters. A Juris Doctor (J.D.) and membership in good standing in at least one state bar or equivalent are needed. Should have 6+ years of legal experience as a practicing attorney. Strong analytical, written and oral communication is needed. Curiosity and a willingness to learn and grow in a team environment are required. Should have a strong transaction mix of product, privacy and regulatory experience is ideal. Should have the ability to demonstrate sound legal and business judgment even in ambiguous situations. Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, and meet deadlines are needed. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-24

Corporate Counsel

Arlington VA Corporate Counsel, AWS Legal The candidate will have primary drafting and negotiation responsibilities on deals, and provide ongoing legal counsel and contract interpretation for business team members. Participate in other Amazon legal projects as directed, including the administration and resolution of legal issues that arise in existing commercial relationships and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. A Juris Doctor (J.D.) and membership in one state bar or equivalent are needed. Should have 5+ years of legal experience (with several experience years at a law firm or in-house experience). Financial services/regulatory experience, or in-house experience at a financial services institution. Must be inquisitive, enthusiastic about technology, enjoy working hard and being continually challenged, and demonstrate sound judgment even in ambiguous situations. Should be familiar with IT infrastructure, outsourcing, telecommunications, or cloud computing services. Transactional and technology licensing experience is needed. In-house experience at a technology or internet company. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-24

Corporate Counsel

Arlington VA Corporate Counsel The candidate should have a JD and admit to 1 state bar. Should have 5+ years of experience. A strong transactional background is needed. In-house experience at a technology company or in a private practice technology group. Should have a background in software licensing (including open source), web services/cloud computing, intellectual property, or telecommunications. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-24

Senior Corporate Counsel - Contracts

Smithfield VA Senior Corporate Counsel - Contracts The candidate will be drafting, analyzing and negotiating complex and routine commercial contracts, including non-disclosure agreements, master services agreements, SOWs, SaaS agreements, supply chain agreements, transportation agreements, licensing and other technology agreements. Familiarity with information technology and infrastructure is strongly preferred. Managing the real estate workflow, including drafting, analyzing and negotiating real estate contracts, advising on real estate matters and interfacing with the business team that manages the real estate portfolio. Managing a contract matter throughout the process, from intake or drafting through negotiation and execution, and assisting the business in on-going contract management and dispute resolution. Advising on performance issues and available contractual remedies. Supporting the Law Department in contract lifecycle management, template creation and the development of contracting standards applicable to the organization to achieve organization-wide consistency. Researching and evaluating contract management products and other legal technology tools to streamline legal processes. Assist in implementing innovative legal products and procedures. Preparing negotiation strategies that reflect an advanced knowledge of contract terms and conditions, legal requirements for compliance with applicable laws and regulations, and company's overall strategies. Preparing business cases and executive summaries detailing the contract negotiation schedule, issues, and risks. Preparing and delivering trainings and tool kits for the business and helps to develop contracting processes. Supervising and training junior attorneys and paralegals. Actively manages outside counsel.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's Degree from a regionally accredited four-year college or university and 8+ years of relevant experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience, required. Must have a JD degree from an accredited law school and be admitted to practice in at least one state. Must have 8 years of substantive experience drafting and negotiating commercial contracts with a corporate legal department or a well-regarded law firm. Skilled lawyer with the ability to independently manage heavy workload in a highly dynamic environment. Ability to effectively and efficiently manage multiple matters and changing priorities and to complete projects in a timely and accurate manner. Detail-oriented. Excellent communication (oral and written), organization, analytical and interpersonal skills. Ability to clearly communicate complex concepts to internal clients and externally. Sound judgment; ability to think critically, make and articulate well-reasoned recommendations and determine who should be kept informed. Ability to counsel internal clients on the risks associated with various options and to present creative solutions to difficult problems to achieve the desired business outcome while appropriately managing risk. Performance-driven with good business sense, a strong work ethic and a sense of urgency, honesty and fairness. Strong sense of ownership over matters. Collaborative nature and collegial attitude; calm under pressure. Self-confident and inspires confidence from clients. Committed to be an engaged partner to internal clients. Willing to travel on an occasional basis. Ability to work well with others in fast paced, dynamic environment. Ability to be respectful, approachable and team oriented while building strong working relationships and a positive work environment.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-22

Assistant General Counsel, Hr Risk And Compliance

Richmond VA Assistant General Counsel, HR Risk and Compliance The candidate works closely with the HR and Legal, Regulatory and Compliance teams to provide legal advice and in-depth execution on employment-related and immigration law matters impacting US-based employees of Markel's insurance-based businesses. Leads the US-facing employee relations function for's insurance-based businesses; responsible for managing a Senior Employee Relations Manager. Leads complex, sensitive investigations and communicates with employees regarding employee relations concerns; provides guidance and recommendations to managers for resolution of issues. Provides expertise in the areas of regulatory compliance, design and implementation related to a broad range of employee benefit and executive compensation programs. Incumbent will support aspects of mergers and acquisitions, taxation issues related to executive compensation arrangements (including Section 409A and 280G of the Internal Revenue Code), design and negotiation of employment and other executive compensation arrangements, compensation-related disclosure and corporate governance matters, and ERISA fiduciary matters. Counsels managers and employees on concerns related to applicable Equal Employment Opportunity laws including Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and other similar federal and state laws. Maintains, develops, recommends, and implements company policies related to performance, discipline, and other employment-related policies. Advises senior leaders and HR in understanding and implementing company policies related to performance, discipline, and related topics. Provides leadership on all HR regulatory risk management matters; serves as a key risk management contact for HR regulatory compliance matters and regularly partners with the Legal, Regulatory and Compliance and Global Security Services functions. Provides regular assessments summarizing HR's regulatory risk and control environment and recommends/drafts updated policies and processes to HR leadership team to mitigate compliance risk. Partners with HR leadership in the planning and execution of business restructuring projects both within and outside the US. Represents Markel in mediation/arbitration hearings related to employment matters; additionally, in this lead role, represents on employment-related inquires and data requests initiated by external government agencies such as the DOL, EEOC, and other agencies as necessary. Serves as Secretary of Employee Benefit Plan Committee.

The candidate should have 10+ years of broad expertise in US employment law, including familiarity with labor law, executive compensation, employee benefit, taxation issues related to executive compensation, design and negotiation of executive compensation agreements, and privacy legislation. A JD is required; Masters or Bachelor's degree in a related field (HR) is preferred. An active member in good standing of the Bar of Virginia, Texas, New York, or Illinois. Senior HR Professional certification such as SHRM-SCP is preferred. Broad HR compliance knowledge to identify, understand and mitigate levels of HR risk globally. Possess a broad and comprehensive understanding of multiple HR disciplines and of various policies and standards (i.e., recruiting, training and development, employee relations, HR business partner, compensation and benefits, payroll). Proven to experience engaging business leaders by providing pragmatic advice on a variety of matters while carefully balancing the independent requirements of the function. Strong written and verbal communication skills so as to influence internal function leaders, managers and employees as well as external audiences including regulators and auditors. Experience navigating complex employment and labor matters in a global, multi-national company preferred.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-18

Associate Corporate Counsel, Consumer Health

Arlington VA Associate Corporate Counsel, Consumer Health The candidate will assist Amazon Pharmacy by providing product counseling and regulatory analyses, negotiating strategic transactions, and advising senior business clients as they develop, market and distribute cutting-edge healthcare products and services. The successful candidate will be inquisitive, enthusiastic about technology and healthcare, enjoy continuous challenges and a fast pace, while demonstrating sound judgment in ambiguous situations. Build mechanisms and processes to mitigate risks, strategically address legal issues in customer-centric ways, and assist in building the foundation for Amazon Health. Create scalable solutions to effectively implement compliance controls while supporting the launch of new customer products and services. J.D. degree from an accredited law school and active membership in one state bar is required, 2+ years of legal experience. Strong transactional background with a mix of product, privacy and regulatory experience, 2 years of in-house experience at a healthcare or technology company. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-18

Insurance Defense Attorney

Fairfax VA Insurance Defense Attorney The candidate will represent the firm and the policyholders in moderately complex civil litigation matters involving claims for monetary damages or compensation for personal injuries or property damage of moderate value. Manage the entire legal process, from investigation and discovery though trial prep and court proceedings representing clients in depositions, site inspections, court hearings, trials, etc. and negotiating settlements as required. Research all applicable laws and findings, will develop appropriate legal strategies for all stages of litigation and share them with claims representatives and insured clients. Establish and maintain good relationships with claims representatives and insured clients, and occasionally conduct training sessions for Legal, Claims or other departments. Develop and render clear, unambiguous legal opinions and strategies, and draft legal documents including pleadings and motions. Provide guidance and direction to junior attorneys, paralegals or law clerks, while also having opportunities to interact and collaborate with Home Office Legal. JD degree is required. Should have 3+ years of successful experience conducting discovery, depositions, oral arguments, mediations, arbitrations, hearings and trials. Experience representing insurance companies is required. Appropriate special licenses to practice before boards or federal courts is preferred. Membership in Virginia Bar is required. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-16

Senior Counsel, Privacy And Data Protection

Richmond VA Senior Counsel, Privacy and Data Protection Duties: The candidate will play an immediate and direct role in providing legal support for scaling Circle's product suite, enterprise risk, and compliance functions, and the global privacy and cybersecurity program, advising the company on a wide range of regulatory, compliance, governance, enterprise risk, privacy and cybersecurity matters, contributing to and overseeing a variety of design, implementation and operation objectives, aligning and coordinating priorities and activities with cross-functional stakeholders. We are looking for someone who is highly proactive, accountable, team-oriented, capable of managing multiple competing priorities, and excited to join a lean team that executes on a variety of novel and complex legal issues. Providing support to Circle's global legal operations, risk management efforts and strategic business objectives and priorities. Advising Circle stakeholders on, among other things, comprehensive approaches to a variety of product development initiatives, regulatory compliance and enterprise risk management matters and guidance, implementation and maintenance with respect to crisis management, privacy, data protection and cybersecurity frameworks globally. Collaborating closely with information security, compliance and enterprise risk team members to define scope, engage stakeholders, prioritize and drive execution of key crisis management, privacy compliance, data protection and cybersecurity initiatives. Owning and managing multiple project initiatives, legally compliant process improvements, and workstreams critical to large-scale, complex privacy projects. Conducting privacy impact and risk assessments, and leading adoption of internal privacy principles, ensuring privacy by design into business operations. Providing training, thought leadership, and mentoring worldwide on privacy and cybersecurity consistent with Circle's related policies, standards and procedures. Conducting, overseeing and providing support in connection with internal investigations. Proactively identifying a variety of compliance risk areas and strategies to mitigate them.

Qualifications: A JD (or foreign equivalent degree) and active membership in at least one US State Bar. Prior in-house experience for at least 5 years a must, including public traded companies. Should have 15+ of legal experience with strong knowledge. Development and management of an effective global privacy and cybersecurity program, including relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards, ideally in a financial services environment. Privacy laws and issues in relation to evolving technology, preferably in the cryptocurrency and blockchain ecosystem. Broad product development and compliance experience ideally in crypto/fintech, including implementation of enterprise risk management standards and Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) tools and systems. Experience working with and presenting to diverse, cross-functional teams and senior leadership. CIPP certification is strongly preferred. Experience/familiarity with Slack, Apple MacOS and GSuite.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-16

Managing Counsel- Corporate

Richmond VA Managing Counsel- Corporate The candidate will assist with oversight of certain legal needs of the Company related to, among other things, corporate transactions, securities disclosure and/or transactions and corporate governance. Will coordinate and supervise quarterly and annual processes by which the Company tracks material disclosures and related items, in connection with the Company's required reports to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Provide leadership in connection with transactions, securities offerings, (merger and acquisitions (M&A) activities, and other corporate matters. Advise portfolio acquisition groups with respect to drafting and negotiating asset purchase agreements, non-disclosure agreements and other related documents. Advise the Board of Directors and senior management on significant corporate governance matters, including the Company's primary corporate governance documents. Oversee Federal Securities Disclosure. Provide legal advice concerning filings with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, including Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, Current Reports on Form 8-K and Section 16 filings. Advise senior management on federal securities law matters. Make recommendations to various business units on the formulation, interpretation, and administration of corporate policies and procedures. Assist Human Resources department on executive compensation matters. Assist Investor Relations with preparing responses to institutional shareholder requests. Draft, review and revise minutes, resolutions, charters, by-laws, and other related documents. Organize and track ad hoc meetings, votes, and surveys.

The candidate should have 12-15 years of legal experience, ideally at a law firm with a sophisticated corporate/securities practice and/or within a fast-paced, complex organization. Must have prior experience advising an executive team and/or Board of Directors on legal matters. Familiarity with and exposure to public company securities issues is required. Must have a background in M&A and corporate finance. Experience or an understanding of how to serve as the secretary of a public company is required. Additional non-legal business and management experience preferred. Must be a Member in good standing of one or more state bars in the United States.
Legal 12 - 15 Full-time 2022-11-14

Managing Counsel- Corporate

Norfolk VA Managing Counsel- Corporate The candidate will assist with oversight of certain legal needs of the Company related to, among other things, corporate transactions, securities disclosure and/or transactions and corporate governance. Will coordinate and supervise quarterly and annual processes by which the Company tracks material disclosures and related items, in connection with the Company's required reports to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Provide leadership in connection with transactions, securities offerings, (merger and acquisitions (M&A) activities, and other corporate matters. Advise portfolio acquisition groups with respect to drafting and negotiating asset purchase agreements, non-disclosure agreements and other related documents. Advise the Board of Directors and senior management on significant corporate governance matters, including the Company's primary corporate governance documents. Oversee Federal Securities Disclosure. Provide legal advice concerning filings with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, including Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, Current Reports on Form 8-K and Section 16 filings. Advise senior management on federal securities law matters. Make recommendations to various business units on the formulation, interpretation, and administration of corporate policies and procedures. Assist Human Resources department on executive compensation matters. Assist Investor Relations with preparing responses to institutional shareholder requests. Draft, review and revise minutes, resolutions, charters, by-laws, and other related documents. Organize and track ad hoc meetings, votes, and surveys.

The candidate should have 12-15 years of legal experience, ideally at a law firm with a sophisticated corporate/securities practice and/or within a fast-paced, complex organization. Must have prior experience advising an executive team and/or Board of Directors on legal matters. Familiarity with and exposure to public company securities issues is required. Must have a background in M&A and corporate finance. Experience or an understanding of how to serve as the secretary of a public company is required. Additional non-legal business and management experience preferred. Must be a Member in good standing of one or more state bars in the United States.
Legal 12 - 15 Full-time 2022-11-14
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Assistant General Counsel, Environmental, Health, Safety, And Sustainability
In-House,Volkswagen Group of America, Inc.
Location : Herndon, VA, United States

Assistant General Counsel, Environmental, Health, Safety, and Sustainability The candidate will advise the Company on compliance with environmental laws, regulations, and best practices at all U.S. sites owned, operated, or leased by the Company an... + read more

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Corporate Counsel
In-House,Amazon Web Services LLC
Location : Arlington, VA, United States

Corporate Counsel The candidate should have a JD and admit to 1 state bar. Should have 5+ years of experience. A strong transactional background is needed. In-house experience at a technology company or in a private practice technology group. Should... + read more

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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CBMF171586
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be advising the business on regulatory and compliance matters, including those related to lending and finance; structuring, drafting and negotiating commercial agreements related to domestic and international credit products; and providing ongoing legal counseling on a wide range of matters. A Juris Doctor (J.D.) and membership in good standing in at least one state bar or equivalent are needed. Should have 6+ years of legal experience as a practicing attorney. Strong analytical, written and oral communication is needed. Curiosity and a willingness to learn and grow in a team environment are required. Should have a strong transaction mix of product, privacy and regulatory experience is ideal. Should have the ability to demonstrate sound legal and business judgment even in ambiguous situations. Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, and meet deadlines are needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KCCA171608
 
Corporate Counsel, AWS Legal The candidate will have primary drafting and negotiation responsibilities on deals, and provide ongoing legal counsel and contract interpretation for business team members. Participate in other Amazon legal projects as directed, including the administration and resolution of legal issues that arise in existing commercial relationships and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. A Juris Doctor (J.D.) and membership in one state bar or equivalent are needed. Should have 5+ years of legal experience (with several experience years at a law firm or in-house experience). Financial services/regulatory experience, or in-house experience at a financial services institution. Must be inquisitive, enthusiastic about technology, enjoy working hard and being continually challenged, and demonstrate sound judgment even in ambiguous situations. Should be familiar with IT infrastructure, outsourcing, telecommunications, or cloud computing services. Transactional and technology licensing experience is needed. In-house experience at a technology or internet company.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# AXYL171610
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate should have a JD and admit to 1 state bar. Should have 5+ years of experience. A strong transactional background is needed. In-house experience at a technology company or in a private practice technology group. Should have a background in software licensing (including open source), web services/cloud computing, intellectual property, or telecommunications.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Contracts
Refer job# XADQ171540
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Contracts The candidate will be drafting, analyzing and negotiating complex and routine commercial contracts, including non-disclosure agreements, master services agreements, SOWs, SaaS agreements, supply chain agreements, transportation agreements, licensing and other technology agreements. Familiarity with information technology and infrastructure is strongly preferred. Managing the real estate workflow, including drafting, analyzing and negotiating real estate contracts, advising on real estate matters and interfacing with the business team that manages the real estate portfolio. Managing a contract matter throughout the process, from intake or drafting through negotiation and execution, and assisting the business in on-going contract management and dispute resolution. Advising on performance issues and available contractual remedies. Supporting the Law Department in contract lifecycle management, template creation and the development of contracting standards applicable to the organization to achieve organization-wide consistency. Researching and evaluating contract management products and other legal technology tools to streamline legal processes. Assist in implementing innovative legal products and procedures. Preparing negotiation strategies that reflect an advanced knowledge of contract terms and conditions, legal requirements for compliance with applicable laws and regulations, and company's overall strategies. Preparing business cases and executive summaries detailing the contract negotiation schedule, issues, and risks. Preparing and delivering trainings and tool kits for the business and helps to develop contracting processes. Supervising and training junior attorneys and paralegals. Actively manages outside counsel.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's Degree from a regionally accredited four-year college or university and 8+ years of relevant experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience, required. Must have a JD degree from an accredited law school and be admitted to practice in at least one state. Must have 8 years of substantive experience drafting and negotiating commercial contracts with a corporate legal department or a well-regarded law firm. Skilled lawyer with the ability to independently manage heavy workload in a highly dynamic environment. Ability to effectively and efficiently manage multiple matters and changing priorities and to complete projects in a timely and accurate manner. Detail-oriented. Excellent communication (oral and written), organization, analytical and interpersonal skills. Ability to clearly communicate complex concepts to internal clients and externally. Sound judgment; ability to think critically, make and articulate well-reasoned recommendations and determine who should be kept informed. Ability to counsel internal clients on the risks associated with various options and to present creative solutions to difficult problems to achieve the desired business outcome while appropriately managing risk. Performance-driven with good business sense, a strong work ethic and a sense of urgency, honesty and fairness. Strong sense of ownership over matters. Collaborative nature and collegial attitude; calm under pressure. Self-confident and inspires confidence from clients. Committed to be an engaged partner to internal clients. Willing to travel on an occasional basis. Ability to work well with others in fast paced, dynamic environment. Ability to be respectful, approachable and team oriented while building strong working relationships and a positive work environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel, Hr Risk And Compliance
Refer job# EEZB171501
 
Assistant General Counsel, HR Risk and Compliance The candidate works closely with the HR and Legal, Regulatory and Compliance teams to provide legal advice and in-depth execution on employment-related and immigration law matters impacting US-based employees of Markel's insurance-based businesses. Leads the US-facing employee relations function for's insurance-based businesses; responsible for managing a Senior Employee Relations Manager. Leads complex, sensitive investigations and communicates with employees regarding employee relations concerns; provides guidance and recommendations to managers for resolution of issues. Provides expertise in the areas of regulatory compliance, design and implementation related to a broad range of employee benefit and executive compensation programs. Incumbent will support aspects of mergers and acquisitions, taxation issues related to executive compensation arrangements (including Section 409A and 280G of the Internal Revenue Code), design and negotiation of employment and other executive compensation arrangements, compensation-related disclosure and corporate governance matters, and ERISA fiduciary matters. Counsels managers and employees on concerns related to applicable Equal Employment Opportunity laws including Title VII, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and other similar federal and state laws. Maintains, develops, recommends, and implements company policies related to performance, discipline, and other employment-related policies. Advises senior leaders and HR in understanding and implementing company policies related to performance, discipline, and related topics. Provides leadership on all HR regulatory risk management matters; serves as a key risk management contact for HR regulatory compliance matters and regularly partners with the Legal, Regulatory and Compliance and Global Security Services functions. Provides regular assessments summarizing HR's regulatory risk and control environment and recommends/drafts updated policies and processes to HR leadership team to mitigate compliance risk. Partners with HR leadership in the planning and execution of business restructuring projects both within and outside the US. Represents Markel in mediation/arbitration hearings related to employment matters; additionally, in this lead role, represents on employment-related inquires and data requests initiated by external government agencies such as the DOL, EEOC, and other agencies as necessary. Serves as Secretary of Employee Benefit Plan Committee.

The candidate should have 10+ years of broad expertise in US employment law, including familiarity with labor law, executive compensation, employee benefit, taxation issues related to executive compensation, design and negotiation of executive compensation agreements, and privacy legislation. A JD is required; Masters or Bachelor's degree in a related field (HR) is preferred. An active member in good standing of the Bar of Virginia, Texas, New York, or Illinois. Senior HR Professional certification such as SHRM-SCP is preferred. Broad HR compliance knowledge to identify, understand and mitigate levels of HR risk globally. Possess a broad and comprehensive understanding of multiple HR disciplines and of various policies and standards (i.e., recruiting, training and development, employee relations, HR business partner, compensation and benefits, payroll). Proven to experience engaging business leaders by providing pragmatic advice on a variety of matters while carefully balancing the independent requirements of the function. Strong written and verbal communication skills so as to influence internal function leaders, managers and employees as well as external audiences including regulators and auditors. Experience navigating complex employment and labor matters in a global, multi-national company preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Consumer Health
Refer job# DTZP171509
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Consumer Health The candidate will assist Amazon Pharmacy by providing product counseling and regulatory analyses, negotiating strategic transactions, and advising senior business clients as they develop, market and distribute cutting-edge healthcare products and services. The successful candidate will be inquisitive, enthusiastic about technology and healthcare, enjoy continuous challenges and a fast pace, while demonstrating sound judgment in ambiguous situations. Build mechanisms and processes to mitigate risks, strategically address legal issues in customer-centric ways, and assist in building the foundation for Amazon Health. Create scalable solutions to effectively implement compliance controls while supporting the launch of new customer products and services. J.D. degree from an accredited law school and active membership in one state bar is required, 2+ years of legal experience. Strong transactional background with a mix of product, privacy and regulatory experience, 2 years of in-house experience at a healthcare or technology company. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Insurance Defense Attorney
Refer job# RJAO171384
 
Insurance Defense Attorney The candidate will represent the firm and the policyholders in moderately complex civil litigation matters involving claims for monetary damages or compensation for personal injuries or property damage of moderate value. Manage the entire legal process, from investigation and discovery though trial prep and court proceedings representing clients in depositions, site inspections, court hearings, trials, etc. and negotiating settlements as required. Research all applicable laws and findings, will develop appropriate legal strategies for all stages of litigation and share them with claims representatives and insured clients. Establish and maintain good relationships with claims representatives and insured clients, and occasionally conduct training sessions for Legal, Claims or other departments. Develop and render clear, unambiguous legal opinions and strategies, and draft legal documents including pleadings and motions. Provide guidance and direction to junior attorneys, paralegals or law clerks, while also having opportunities to interact and collaborate with Home Office Legal. JD degree is required. Should have 3+ years of successful experience conducting discovery, depositions, oral arguments, mediations, arbitrations, hearings and trials. Experience representing insurance companies is required. Appropriate special licenses to practice before boards or federal courts is preferred. Membership in Virginia Bar is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy And Data Protection
Refer job# UFWP171493
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy and Data Protection Duties: The candidate will play an immediate and direct role in providing legal support for scaling Circle's product suite, enterprise risk, and compliance functions, and the global privacy and cybersecurity program, advising the company on a wide range of regulatory, compliance, governance, enterprise risk, privacy and cybersecurity matters, contributing to and overseeing a variety of design, implementation and operation objectives, aligning and coordinating priorities and activities with cross-functional stakeholders. We are looking for someone who is highly proactive, accountable, team-oriented, capable of managing multiple competing priorities, and excited to join a lean team that executes on a variety of novel and complex legal issues. Providing support to Circle's global legal operations, risk management efforts and strategic business objectives and priorities. Advising Circle stakeholders on, among other things, comprehensive approaches to a variety of product development initiatives, regulatory compliance and enterprise risk management matters and guidance, implementation and maintenance with respect to crisis management, privacy, data protection and cybersecurity frameworks globally. Collaborating closely with information security, compliance and enterprise risk team members to define scope, engage stakeholders, prioritize and drive execution of key crisis management, privacy compliance, data protection and cybersecurity initiatives. Owning and managing multiple project initiatives, legally compliant process improvements, and workstreams critical to large-scale, complex privacy projects. Conducting privacy impact and risk assessments, and leading adoption of internal privacy principles, ensuring privacy by design into business operations. Providing training, thought leadership, and mentoring worldwide on privacy and cybersecurity consistent with Circle's related policies, standards and procedures. Conducting, overseeing and providing support in connection with internal investigations. Proactively identifying a variety of compliance risk areas and strategies to mitigate them.

Qualifications: A JD (or foreign equivalent degree) and active membership in at least one US State Bar. Prior in-house experience for at least 5 years a must, including public traded companies. Should have 15+ of legal experience with strong knowledge. Development and management of an effective global privacy and cybersecurity program, including relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards, ideally in a financial services environment. Privacy laws and issues in relation to evolving technology, preferably in the cryptocurrency and blockchain ecosystem. Broad product development and compliance experience ideally in crypto/fintech, including implementation of enterprise risk management standards and Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) tools and systems. Experience working with and presenting to diverse, cross-functional teams and senior leadership. CIPP certification is strongly preferred. Experience/familiarity with Slack, Apple MacOS and GSuite.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Managing Counsel- Corporate
Refer job# RIBB171325
 
Managing Counsel- Corporate The candidate will assist with oversight of certain legal needs of the Company related to, among other things, corporate transactions, securities disclosure and/or transactions and corporate governance. Will coordinate and supervise quarterly and annual processes by which the Company tracks material disclosures and related items, in connection with the Company's required reports to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Provide leadership in connection with transactions, securities offerings, (merger and acquisitions (M&A) activities, and other corporate matters. Advise portfolio acquisition groups with respect to drafting and negotiating asset purchase agreements, non-disclosure agreements and other related documents. Advise the Board of Directors and senior management on significant corporate governance matters, including the Company's primary corporate governance documents. Oversee Federal Securities Disclosure. Provide legal advice concerning filings with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, including Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, Current Reports on Form 8-K and Section 16 filings. Advise senior management on federal securities law matters. Make recommendations to various business units on the formulation, interpretation, and administration of corporate policies and procedures. Assist Human Resources department on executive compensation matters. Assist Investor Relations with preparing responses to institutional shareholder requests. Draft, review and revise minutes, resolutions, charters, by-laws, and other related documents. Organize and track ad hoc meetings, votes, and surveys.

The candidate should have 12-15 years of legal experience, ideally at a law firm with a sophisticated corporate/securities practice and/or within a fast-paced, complex organization. Must have prior experience advising an executive team and/or Board of Directors on legal matters. Familiarity with and exposure to public company securities issues is required. Must have a background in M&A and corporate finance. Experience or an understanding of how to serve as the secretary of a public company is required. Additional non-legal business and management experience preferred. Must be a Member in good standing of one or more state bars in the United States.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Managing Counsel- Corporate
Refer job# BRXW171326
 
Managing Counsel- Corporate The candidate will assist with oversight of certain legal needs of the Company related to, among other things, corporate transactions, securities disclosure and/or transactions and corporate governance. Will coordinate and supervise quarterly and annual processes by which the Company tracks material disclosures and related items, in connection with the Company's required reports to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Provide leadership in connection with transactions, securities offerings, (merger and acquisitions (M&A) activities, and other corporate matters. Advise portfolio acquisition groups with respect to drafting and negotiating asset purchase agreements, non-disclosure agreements and other related documents. Advise the Board of Directors and senior management on significant corporate governance matters, including the Company's primary corporate governance documents. Oversee Federal Securities Disclosure. Provide legal advice concerning filings with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, including Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, Current Reports on Form 8-K and Section 16 filings. Advise senior management on federal securities law matters. Make recommendations to various business units on the formulation, interpretation, and administration of corporate policies and procedures. Assist Human Resources department on executive compensation matters. Assist Investor Relations with preparing responses to institutional shareholder requests. Draft, review and revise minutes, resolutions, charters, by-laws, and other related documents. Organize and track ad hoc meetings, votes, and surveys.

The candidate should have 12-15 years of legal experience, ideally at a law firm with a sophisticated corporate/securities practice and/or within a fast-paced, complex organization. Must have prior experience advising an executive team and/or Board of Directors on legal matters. Familiarity with and exposure to public company securities issues is required. Must have a background in M&A and corporate finance. Experience or an understanding of how to serve as the secretary of a public company is required. Additional non-legal business and management experience preferred. Must be a Member in good standing of one or more state bars in the United States.
 
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