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Ip Transactions Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA IP Transactions Corporate Counsel The candidate will be drafting and negotiating agreements, advising business stakeholders on ways to manage legal risks in external partnerships, and improving processes for evaluating external technical contributions such as scientific papers and open sourcing. Some travel, domestic and international, is required. Should have 5+ years experience as a transactional attorney, with a significant portion of that experience in IP and technology. Juris Doctor and membership in good standing in at least one state bar is required. Experience with partnerships between industry and universities or research institutions preferred. Experience with open source licensing and counseling, IP policy development, and standards desired. A science, computer science, or engineering degree a plus. Effective oral and written communication skills in communicating business and legal issues to a wide variety of audiences, e.g., developers, engineers, business leaders, and legal professionals, at all levels of the organization. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-07-09

Privacy Counsel

Bothell WA Privacy Counsel The candidate will act as privacy legal point of contact for the appropriate business and functional leaders and their teams and inform them of their privacy compliance obligations pursuant to Firms privacy policies and applicable data protection law. Will support the implementation of the Central Privacy Compliance Program to facilitate the compliance of the relevant business or function assigned with Firms Privacy policy/standards and applicable data protection laws. Provide expert support and consultancy to promote and facilitate privacy compliance. Implement oversee and monitor Central Privacy Compliance Program activities such as policies and procedures; standards; guidelines; and tools within the relevant business or function assigned to you. This also includes drafting and supporting the implementation of privacy notices, consent statements, data retention standards and other privacy compliance controls within relevant businesses or functions. Identify personal data processing activities carried out by the relevant business or function assigned to you and execute privacy compliance assessments (when required). Maintain up-to-date processing registry (Controller and Processor) of the relevant business or function. Drive and embed privacy by design controls into the business processes, quality management systems, products and propositions of your relevant business or function. Identify specific training needs - create (tailor) and deliver privacy training to the Responsible Executives (or their delegates) and to personnel of the relevant business or function with permanent or regular access to personal data or who is anyhow involved in the processing of personal data. When required by internal standards/procedures, provide privacy legal support in the due diligence of third parties (such as when selecting third party Processors or during M&A transactions). Act as Privacy Investigation Lead in response to potential personal data breaches per established protocol and documentation requirements. Upon request, provide privacy compliance support for the fulfillment of data subject requests (or privacy-related complaints) related to the relevant business or function assigned to you. Work effectively with any internal stakeholders necessary to fulfill the above tasks. When needed, participate in the improvement of the Central Privacy Compliance Program by actively leading or working within a team project (e.g. for the implementation of new privacy law in the relevant business or function assigned to you), providing feedback and/or recommending enhancements.

The candidate should be a qualified lawyer who has 5+ years of experience within a legal or compliance role in the field of privacy and data protection. Legal background required U.S. JD, EU LLB and/or LLM (bachelors/masters). Certified International Privacy Professional Certification or equivalent preferred. Comprehensive knowledge of EU and U.S. data protection regulatory requirements is required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-07-09

Contracts Attorney

Bellevue WA Contracts Attorney Duties: Analyzing, revising, drafting and negotiating, a variety of commercial and legal documents, including MSAs, professional services agreements, subcontracts, vendor contracts, NDAs, protective orders to ensure the terms are in accordance with Exponent's corporate risk guidelines and other duties as needed. Assessing and mitigating legal, reputational, and business risks associated with consulting projects as it relates to the client, contracting vehicle, price, and services and flag for internal clients. Communicating effectively with the legal team and individuals in the practice groups you support. Collaborating with the legal team to resolve issues related to third party risks and liabilities, financial, legal and regulatory exposures, etc.. Working with Exponent's insurance brokers to ensure the agreement terms align with Exponent's insurance policy language and request certificates of insurance for projects, as needed. Providing support to other legal team members as needed. Interfacing with outside counsel on a variety of matters including protective orders, subpoenas and other discovery, as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree/Current membership in the Washington State Bar Association or eligibility to become a registered in-house counsel in Washington State. 3-4 years experience in the research, preparation, analysis, response and negotiation of the legal, regulatory and financial aspects of commercial contracts. Must be able to work in a fast-paced team environment with executives, senior management and project managers, where critical and very tight deadlines are common. Must be able to identify legal and business risks, advise business/project teams, and draft, review, and negotiate a variety of commercial contracts directly with clients, including professional/consulting services, litigation consulting, vendor services, procurement, licensing, and confidentiality agreements. Must be able to develop and maintain excellent internal/external client relations. Must be able to work independently and be analytical, assertive, creative and have effective problem-solving skills. Must have exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Must have strong computer skills with Microsoft suite products, Adobe, and ability to learn Exponent's internal business programs. Previous experience with professional services firm preferred. A commitment to client-service and finding solutions. Strong business acumen and ability to assess and mitigate legal, reputational, and business risks. Ability to gain trust at and work at all levels of the organization. A desire to work in a collaborative and team-oriented environment. Ability to prioritize workload, self-manage projects, handle multiple tasks, and meet business deadlines. Willingness to adapt to evolving business and legal environment. Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
Legal 3 - 4 Full-time 2021-07-08

Lead Counsel, Privacy Product Strategy

Seattle WA Lead Counsel, Privacy Product Strategy The candidate to partner with the FRL Privacy team as it grows virtual reality and augmented reality business. This role is product-focused and will involve close coordination with central privacy, product legal, and other cross-functional partners to advise on a broad range of privacy and data protection issues globally to support Reality Labs suite of devices, apps, and R&D efforts. Coordinate closely with privacy teams, product teams, and the Privacy Legal team to identify and provide frontline product advice and ensure privacy compliance. Collaborate with cross-functional partners and subject matters experts across the business (such as compliance, policy, and communications) to analyze and communicate legal risks and deliver advice globally. Train on privacy matters, compliance obligations, and building trust with clients and end users. Build positive and influential relationships with executives, product teams, and peers across the FRL organization in firm. J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar is required. Must have 5+ years practicing attorney experience. Should have Knowledge of relevant privacy laws including CCPA and/or GDPR/ePD. Should preferably have Law firm and in-house experience with technology companies. Experience in Privacy Program Management, Data Protection & Digital Information Governance is desired. Experience building privacy programs and products is preferred/ Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-07-08

Associate General Counsel, Privacy Research

Seattle WA Associate General Counsel, Privacy Research The candidate will develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and protection laws (including state and federal privacy laws, GDPR and other global privacy laws) and advise on the impact of the same. Work closely with research teams to provide privacy-forward project advice, design policies/processes and evaluate the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions. Drive high-profile and high-impact research projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with cross-functional stakeholders across 's business, policy, legal, communications, security, and other departments. Help to develop and conduct general and role-specific privacy trainings across company. Advise on compliance programs and related processes to ensure we meet our obligations under those programs. Must have J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state bar. Should have 8+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience advising on privacy legal risks and mitigations required. Business judgment and client counseling experience required. Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially including those relevant for social media and Internet companies preferred. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment desired. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-07-08

Corporate Securities Counsel

Vancouver WA Corporate Securities Counsel Responsibilities: Prepare the company's SEC filings, including periodic reports, current reports, proxy statements, securities offerings, and other related filings; Advise the company in the areas of public disclosures, corporate governance and policies, oversight, executive compensation, and other public company obligations and best practices; Advise the company and internal stakeholders regarding external communications, including those related to earnings releases, press releases, and investor presentations; Monitoring equity transfers and doing Sec 16 filings Providing support for general corporate and securities law matters and projects; supporting corporate financing transactions. Responsible for a full range of equity and asset acquisitions, mergers and other sophisticated transactions. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating merger agreements, stock purchase agreements, asset purchase agreements, letters of intent and related agreements Provide support in large complex transactions, including drafting and negotiation of NDAs, definitive agreements, and other ancillary documents in mergers and acquisitions. Work collaboratively across the organization, including with senior executives, to build consensus and drive projects to completion.

Qualifications: 6-10 years of corporate law experience advising public company clients. Prior in-house experience a plus. Technical and substantive expertise in securities law and corporate governance; and Experience implementing and maintaining public company reporting processes and procedures. Substantive legal experience working for a high-growth business, equity financings, securities, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate counseling. Excellent judgment, communication (verbal and written), organizational and interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively across multiple groups and functions. Excellent negotiation skills and a great attention to detail.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2021-07-07

Contracts Counsel - Contracts Manager

Seattle WA Contracts Counsel - Contracts Manager The candidate will advise project teams involved in design-build projects, either in a contracting role, design role, or both, as to appropriate protective contractual frameworks and provisions in a variety of settings. Will draft, review, and advice on contract templates, template updates, customer contracts, and non-disclosure agreements. Review requests for proposals (RFPs) and contracts, and provide contract risk assessments including contract exceptions and risk mitigations. Be responsible for careful and logical development and/or review of contractual documents including NDAs, Teaming, Joint Venture, Prime Agreements, Subcontract, and Services agreements and any associated Statements of Work. Maintain close working relationships with the applicable leadership team, sales and delivery managers, internal Legal Counsel as well as other internal core services groups necessary to achieve comprehensive review and risk assessment (security, tax, insurance, etc.). Conduct directed legal and compliance research as requested. Serve as primary contact to address questions related to existing contracts and contract processes. Juggle multiple projects simultaneously on a time-sensitive basis. Work closely with the Contracts Manager lead and other members of the Legal Department to stay informed of significant developments in company expectations for contracts, seeking advice and assistance where appropriate.

The candidate should have 8 years working in a law firm or in an in-house legal department as a contracts manager or attorney. Must have substantial knowledge and experience with design-build projects and progressive design-build projects, including working knowledge of industry-standard contract forms (e.g., DBIA, EJCDC). Experience with design-build projects in the water and wastewater industry, with a preference for projects located in the East or Southeast regions of the United States, is required. Must have a Bachelor's degree or equivalent years of related experience Senior level experience negotiating contracts with a pragmatic, flexible negotiation style based on sound business acumen is required. A solid understanding of legal concepts (e.g., liability, indemnification, acceptance, warranties, software licensing, intellectual property rights, etc.) and state and local contracting practices is needed. Proficiency with Excel and Microsoft Word including redlining, and other contracts lifecycle management technology is required.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-07-05

Senior Corporate Counsel, Advertising

Bellevue WA Senior Corporate Counsel, Advertising Responsibilities: Act as the primary legal contact for the Company's Advertising Global Partner Service team supporting the Company Advertising's most strategic partnerships, the Company's PromoteIQ team supporting retail partnerships, and the Business Development team responsible for driving revenue for the Company's Search, Ads, and News (SAN) consumer solution area. Serve as a key business partner and valued legal advisor to senior level clients and colleagues by providing actionable advice on a wide range of high-impact, complex, and developing legal and business issues related to privacy, including GDPR and CCPA, and the sale, distribution, licensing or marketing of search, display, and native advertising services or content. Collaborate with ads engineering legal teams to ensure alignment across the sales, partnership, and distribution channels. Draft and negotiate transactional documents, including complex agreements related to strategic advertising, retail, and AdTech partnerships involving sales, distribution, data, licensing, or the marketing of search, display, and native advertising services or content. Develop and implement processes, templates, and best practices and share knowledge across the SAN CELA community. Identify and anticipate legal and other risks (e.g., privacy, regulatory, reputational, etc.) in the client's business, technology, and/or public policy, and develop creative solutions and alternatives to mitigate future risk. Collaborate with CELA, across internal groups, senior management, and senior-level business leaders, to help analyze and simplify complex/multi-dimensional legal and regulatory issues and implement resulting business and legal strategies. Lead cross-group meetings and projects across internal groups.

Qualifications: A J.D. or equivalent from an ABA-accredited Law School. An Active License to practice law. 7+ years as a practicing commercial/business attorney or equivalent experience. Significant experience drafting and negotiating a broad variety of complex transactional agreements. Significant experience supporting search, display, and/or native advertising, and providing guidance on privacy laws, including GDPR and CCPA. Experience supporting business development is a plus. Outstanding analytical, organizational, writing, and oral communication skills, as well as a strong record of effective cross-group collaboration in a diverse and matrixed environment. Sound and practical business judgment, an ability to think strategically. Confident self-starter who is effective at driving strategic cross-group projects, collaborating well with colleagues, and a great team player. Ability to work independently and efficiently, meet demanding deadlines, prioritize workflow, and adjust to frequent workload fluctuations in a fast-paced environment and across geographies and inter-departmental teams.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-07-05

Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel Candidate will be assisting with complex legal matters and advising business partners on legal implications and risk exposure involved in various commercial transactions. Will be drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial service contracts of varying complexity for business teams across the globe. Will also include drafting and negotiating service agreements, confidentiality agreements, and other legal documents. Will be managing litigation and providing guidance on bankruptcy matters, secured creditor issues, corporate entity management, and other general legal questions from different global business stakeholders. Manage multiple matters with different priorities at the same time.

Qualifications: JD degree from an A.B.A. accredited law school (or equivalent) and membership in good standing with at least one state Bar (WA preferable). 5 - 12 years of experience as a practicing attorney in a law firm or corporate legal department. 2+ years experience in a top national or international law firm preferred. Business/corporate legal background with an emphasis on contract drafting and negotiation, as well as prior in-house experience. A candidate should have excellent written and oral communication skills, be detail-oriented, and have solid legal research capabilities. Excellent business judgment, common sense, and the ability to work independently. Ability and willingness to work well in a team environment. An interest in international business. Previous experience in global logistics and freight forwarding preferred.
Legal 5 - 12 Full-time 2021-07-05

Lead Counsel, Privacy Developer Platform

Seattle WA Lead Counsel, Privacy Developer Platform The candidate will support product lawyers in evaluating impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on new and existing products and features. Develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and protection laws and advising the impact of the same on's business. Manage and participate in internal privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure we meet obligations under those programs. Support members of the legal, business, and policy teams on privacy and security-related legal matters, including in areas related to product development, partnerships, integrations, and other business development opportunities. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across 's services and companies. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across 's business including Policy, Legal, Communications, Security, and other departments. Develop regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiative. Must have J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state bar. Should have 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Must have experience with global privacy laws, regulations, privacy programs and industry guidelines. Experience with litigation, regulatory, or product counseling required. Should have experience using business judgment and with client counseling. Technical or engineering experience preferred. Should preferably have demonstrated expertise in privacy and data issues arising in one or more privacy areas such as data sharing, security, advertising, products or privacy program implementation/management. Experience prioritizing work and providing advice under deadlines desired. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment a plus. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-07-03
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Corporate Counsel, Global Specialty Fulfillment Operations
In-House,Amazon.com, Inc.
Location : Seattle, WA, United States

Corporate Counsel, Global Specialty Fulfillment Operations Duties: Draft a broad range of commercial agreements, such as transportation agreements and third party logistics agreements; Counsel on regulatory matters; Work directly with the business t... + read more

may 12, 2021


Corporate Counsel
In-House,Amazon.com, Inc.
Location : Seattle, WA, United States

Corporate Counsel The candidate will be an integral part of the business teams you support, serving as counsel on a variety of matters, including advising on operations, product, sales and marketing, and regulatory issues, negotiating strategic comm... + read more

may 12, 2021


Corporate Counsel
In-House,Amazon Web Services LLC
Location : Seattle, WA, United States

Corporate Counsel The candidate will support Company principally across the Americas markets, and may also support other markets. Company is at the forefront of the "cloud" computing and service industry, providing IT infrastructure services such a... + read more

sep 29, 2020


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Ip Transactions Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NDXV159534
 
IP Transactions Corporate Counsel The candidate will be drafting and negotiating agreements, advising business stakeholders on ways to manage legal risks in external partnerships, and improving processes for evaluating external technical contributions such as scientific papers and open sourcing. Some travel, domestic and international, is required. Should have 5+ years experience as a transactional attorney, with a significant portion of that experience in IP and technology. Juris Doctor and membership in good standing in at least one state bar is required. Experience with partnerships between industry and universities or research institutions preferred. Experience with open source licensing and counseling, IP policy development, and standards desired. A science, computer science, or engineering degree a plus. Effective oral and written communication skills in communicating business and legal issues to a wide variety of audiences, e.g., developers, engineers, business leaders, and legal professionals, at all levels of the organization.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Privacy Counsel
Refer job# OMZC159536
 
Privacy Counsel The candidate will act as privacy legal point of contact for the appropriate business and functional leaders and their teams and inform them of their privacy compliance obligations pursuant to Firms privacy policies and applicable data protection law. Will support the implementation of the Central Privacy Compliance Program to facilitate the compliance of the relevant business or function assigned with Firms Privacy policy/standards and applicable data protection laws. Provide expert support and consultancy to promote and facilitate privacy compliance. Implement oversee and monitor Central Privacy Compliance Program activities such as policies and procedures; standards; guidelines; and tools within the relevant business or function assigned to you. This also includes drafting and supporting the implementation of privacy notices, consent statements, data retention standards and other privacy compliance controls within relevant businesses or functions. Identify personal data processing activities carried out by the relevant business or function assigned to you and execute privacy compliance assessments (when required). Maintain up-to-date processing registry (Controller and Processor) of the relevant business or function. Drive and embed privacy by design controls into the business processes, quality management systems, products and propositions of your relevant business or function. Identify specific training needs - create (tailor) and deliver privacy training to the Responsible Executives (or their delegates) and to personnel of the relevant business or function with permanent or regular access to personal data or who is anyhow involved in the processing of personal data. When required by internal standards/procedures, provide privacy legal support in the due diligence of third parties (such as when selecting third party Processors or during M&A transactions). Act as Privacy Investigation Lead in response to potential personal data breaches per established protocol and documentation requirements. Upon request, provide privacy compliance support for the fulfillment of data subject requests (or privacy-related complaints) related to the relevant business or function assigned to you. Work effectively with any internal stakeholders necessary to fulfill the above tasks. When needed, participate in the improvement of the Central Privacy Compliance Program by actively leading or working within a team project (e.g. for the implementation of new privacy law in the relevant business or function assigned to you), providing feedback and/or recommending enhancements.

The candidate should be a qualified lawyer who has 5+ years of experience within a legal or compliance role in the field of privacy and data protection. Legal background required U.S. JD, EU LLB and/or LLM (bachelors/masters). Certified International Privacy Professional Certification or equivalent preferred. Comprehensive knowledge of EU and U.S. data protection regulatory requirements is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Attorney
Refer job# VUJE159475
 
Contracts Attorney Duties: Analyzing, revising, drafting and negotiating, a variety of commercial and legal documents, including MSAs, professional services agreements, subcontracts, vendor contracts, NDAs, protective orders to ensure the terms are in accordance with Exponent's corporate risk guidelines and other duties as needed. Assessing and mitigating legal, reputational, and business risks associated with consulting projects as it relates to the client, contracting vehicle, price, and services and flag for internal clients. Communicating effectively with the legal team and individuals in the practice groups you support. Collaborating with the legal team to resolve issues related to third party risks and liabilities, financial, legal and regulatory exposures, etc.. Working with Exponent's insurance brokers to ensure the agreement terms align with Exponent's insurance policy language and request certificates of insurance for projects, as needed. Providing support to other legal team members as needed. Interfacing with outside counsel on a variety of matters including protective orders, subpoenas and other discovery, as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree/Current membership in the Washington State Bar Association or eligibility to become a registered in-house counsel in Washington State. 3-4 years experience in the research, preparation, analysis, response and negotiation of the legal, regulatory and financial aspects of commercial contracts. Must be able to work in a fast-paced team environment with executives, senior management and project managers, where critical and very tight deadlines are common. Must be able to identify legal and business risks, advise business/project teams, and draft, review, and negotiate a variety of commercial contracts directly with clients, including professional/consulting services, litigation consulting, vendor services, procurement, licensing, and confidentiality agreements. Must be able to develop and maintain excellent internal/external client relations. Must be able to work independently and be analytical, assertive, creative and have effective problem-solving skills. Must have exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Must have strong computer skills with Microsoft suite products, Adobe, and ability to learn Exponent's internal business programs. Previous experience with professional services firm preferred. A commitment to client-service and finding solutions. Strong business acumen and ability to assess and mitigate legal, reputational, and business risks. Ability to gain trust at and work at all levels of the organization. A desire to work in a collaborative and team-oriented environment. Ability to prioritize workload, self-manage projects, handle multiple tasks, and meet business deadlines. Willingness to adapt to evolving business and legal environment. Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy Product Strategy
Refer job# NOVU159505
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy Product Strategy The candidate to partner with the FRL Privacy team as it grows virtual reality and augmented reality business. This role is product-focused and will involve close coordination with central privacy, product legal, and other cross-functional partners to advise on a broad range of privacy and data protection issues globally to support Reality Labs suite of devices, apps, and R&D efforts. Coordinate closely with privacy teams, product teams, and the Privacy Legal team to identify and provide frontline product advice and ensure privacy compliance. Collaborate with cross-functional partners and subject matters experts across the business (such as compliance, policy, and communications) to analyze and communicate legal risks and deliver advice globally. Train on privacy matters, compliance obligations, and building trust with clients and end users. Build positive and influential relationships with executives, product teams, and peers across the FRL organization in firm. J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar is required. Must have 5+ years practicing attorney experience. Should have Knowledge of relevant privacy laws including CCPA and/or GDPR/ePD. Should preferably have Law firm and in-house experience with technology companies. Experience in Privacy Program Management, Data Protection & Digital Information Governance is desired. Experience building privacy programs and products is preferred/
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel, Privacy Research
Refer job# ZOKZ159510
 
Associate General Counsel, Privacy Research The candidate will develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and protection laws (including state and federal privacy laws, GDPR and other global privacy laws) and advise on the impact of the same. Work closely with research teams to provide privacy-forward project advice, design policies/processes and evaluate the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions. Drive high-profile and high-impact research projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with cross-functional stakeholders across 's business, policy, legal, communications, security, and other departments. Help to develop and conduct general and role-specific privacy trainings across company. Advise on compliance programs and related processes to ensure we meet our obligations under those programs. Must have J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state bar. Should have 8+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience advising on privacy legal risks and mitigations required. Business judgment and client counseling experience required. Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially including those relevant for social media and Internet companies preferred. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Securities Counsel
Refer job# VSJE159444
 
Corporate Securities Counsel Responsibilities: Prepare the company's SEC filings, including periodic reports, current reports, proxy statements, securities offerings, and other related filings; Advise the company in the areas of public disclosures, corporate governance and policies, oversight, executive compensation, and other public company obligations and best practices; Advise the company and internal stakeholders regarding external communications, including those related to earnings releases, press releases, and investor presentations; Monitoring equity transfers and doing Sec 16 filings Providing support for general corporate and securities law matters and projects; supporting corporate financing transactions. Responsible for a full range of equity and asset acquisitions, mergers and other sophisticated transactions. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating merger agreements, stock purchase agreements, asset purchase agreements, letters of intent and related agreements Provide support in large complex transactions, including drafting and negotiation of NDAs, definitive agreements, and other ancillary documents in mergers and acquisitions. Work collaboratively across the organization, including with senior executives, to build consensus and drive projects to completion.

Qualifications: 6-10 years of corporate law experience advising public company clients. Prior in-house experience a plus. Technical and substantive expertise in securities law and corporate governance; and Experience implementing and maintaining public company reporting processes and procedures. Substantive legal experience working for a high-growth business, equity financings, securities, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate counseling. Excellent judgment, communication (verbal and written), organizational and interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively across multiple groups and functions. Excellent negotiation skills and a great attention to detail.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Contracts Counsel - Contracts Manager
Refer job# XZEM159403
 
Contracts Counsel - Contracts Manager The candidate will advise project teams involved in design-build projects, either in a contracting role, design role, or both, as to appropriate protective contractual frameworks and provisions in a variety of settings. Will draft, review, and advice on contract templates, template updates, customer contracts, and non-disclosure agreements. Review requests for proposals (RFPs) and contracts, and provide contract risk assessments including contract exceptions and risk mitigations. Be responsible for careful and logical development and/or review of contractual documents including NDAs, Teaming, Joint Venture, Prime Agreements, Subcontract, and Services agreements and any associated Statements of Work. Maintain close working relationships with the applicable leadership team, sales and delivery managers, internal Legal Counsel as well as other internal core services groups necessary to achieve comprehensive review and risk assessment (security, tax, insurance, etc.). Conduct directed legal and compliance research as requested. Serve as primary contact to address questions related to existing contracts and contract processes. Juggle multiple projects simultaneously on a time-sensitive basis. Work closely with the Contracts Manager lead and other members of the Legal Department to stay informed of significant developments in company expectations for contracts, seeking advice and assistance where appropriate.

The candidate should have 8 years working in a law firm or in an in-house legal department as a contracts manager or attorney. Must have substantial knowledge and experience with design-build projects and progressive design-build projects, including working knowledge of industry-standard contract forms (e.g., DBIA, EJCDC). Experience with design-build projects in the water and wastewater industry, with a preference for projects located in the East or Southeast regions of the United States, is required. Must have a Bachelor's degree or equivalent years of related experience Senior level experience negotiating contracts with a pragmatic, flexible negotiation style based on sound business acumen is required. A solid understanding of legal concepts (e.g., liability, indemnification, acceptance, warranties, software licensing, intellectual property rights, etc.) and state and local contracting practices is needed. Proficiency with Excel and Microsoft Word including redlining, and other contracts lifecycle management technology is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Advertising
Refer job# DKHL159425
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Advertising Responsibilities: Act as the primary legal contact for the Company's Advertising Global Partner Service team supporting the Company Advertising's most strategic partnerships, the Company's PromoteIQ team supporting retail partnerships, and the Business Development team responsible for driving revenue for the Company's Search, Ads, and News (SAN) consumer solution area. Serve as a key business partner and valued legal advisor to senior level clients and colleagues by providing actionable advice on a wide range of high-impact, complex, and developing legal and business issues related to privacy, including GDPR and CCPA, and the sale, distribution, licensing or marketing of search, display, and native advertising services or content. Collaborate with ads engineering legal teams to ensure alignment across the sales, partnership, and distribution channels. Draft and negotiate transactional documents, including complex agreements related to strategic advertising, retail, and AdTech partnerships involving sales, distribution, data, licensing, or the marketing of search, display, and native advertising services or content. Develop and implement processes, templates, and best practices and share knowledge across the SAN CELA community. Identify and anticipate legal and other risks (e.g., privacy, regulatory, reputational, etc.) in the client's business, technology, and/or public policy, and develop creative solutions and alternatives to mitigate future risk. Collaborate with CELA, across internal groups, senior management, and senior-level business leaders, to help analyze and simplify complex/multi-dimensional legal and regulatory issues and implement resulting business and legal strategies. Lead cross-group meetings and projects across internal groups.

Qualifications: A J.D. or equivalent from an ABA-accredited Law School. An Active License to practice law. 7+ years as a practicing commercial/business attorney or equivalent experience. Significant experience drafting and negotiating a broad variety of complex transactional agreements. Significant experience supporting search, display, and/or native advertising, and providing guidance on privacy laws, including GDPR and CCPA. Experience supporting business development is a plus. Outstanding analytical, organizational, writing, and oral communication skills, as well as a strong record of effective cross-group collaboration in a diverse and matrixed environment. Sound and practical business judgment, an ability to think strategically. Confident self-starter who is effective at driving strategic cross-group projects, collaborating well with colleagues, and a great team player. Ability to work independently and efficiently, meet demanding deadlines, prioritize workflow, and adjust to frequent workload fluctuations in a fast-paced environment and across geographies and inter-departmental teams.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# IZHA159427
 
Corporate Counsel Candidate will be assisting with complex legal matters and advising business partners on legal implications and risk exposure involved in various commercial transactions. Will be drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial service contracts of varying complexity for business teams across the globe. Will also include drafting and negotiating service agreements, confidentiality agreements, and other legal documents. Will be managing litigation and providing guidance on bankruptcy matters, secured creditor issues, corporate entity management, and other general legal questions from different global business stakeholders. Manage multiple matters with different priorities at the same time.

Qualifications: JD degree from an A.B.A. accredited law school (or equivalent) and membership in good standing with at least one state Bar (WA preferable). 5 - 12 years of experience as a practicing attorney in a law firm or corporate legal department. 2+ years experience in a top national or international law firm preferred. Business/corporate legal background with an emphasis on contract drafting and negotiation, as well as prior in-house experience. A candidate should have excellent written and oral communication skills, be detail-oriented, and have solid legal research capabilities. Excellent business judgment, common sense, and the ability to work independently. Ability and willingness to work well in a team environment. An interest in international business. Previous experience in global logistics and freight forwarding preferred.
 
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Lead Counsel, Privacy Developer Platform
Refer job# BRJI159347
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy Developer Platform The candidate will support product lawyers in evaluating impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on new and existing products and features. Develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and protection laws and advising the impact of the same on's business. Manage and participate in internal privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure we meet obligations under those programs. Support members of the legal, business, and policy teams on privacy and security-related legal matters, including in areas related to product development, partnerships, integrations, and other business development opportunities. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across 's services and companies. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across 's business including Policy, Legal, Communications, Security, and other departments. Develop regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiative. Must have J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state bar. Should have 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Must have experience with global privacy laws, regulations, privacy programs and industry guidelines. Experience with litigation, regulatory, or product counseling required. Should have experience using business judgment and with client counseling. Technical or engineering experience preferred. Should preferably have demonstrated expertise in privacy and data issues arising in one or more privacy areas such as data sharing, security, advertising, products or privacy program implementation/management. Experience prioritizing work and providing advice under deadlines desired. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment a plus.
 
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