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Associate Corporate Counsel, Physical Stores

Seattle WA Associate Corporate Counsel, Physical Stores DUTIES: Work directly with the business, and provide day-to-day and strategic advice on a broad range of product, regulatory, and privacy matters. Develop strategies for handling legal issues in creative, business-centric ways, and build processes that address risk and allow the business flexibility and freedom to move quickly. Advise the physical stores technology team on how to launch new products and services involving emerging technologies, and prepare for and comply with privacy regulations.

QUALIFICATIONS: Juris Doctor (J.D.) and admitted to at least one state bar (or equivalent). Should have 2-4 years of legal experience. Must be inquisitive, enthusiastic about technology, and passionate about building the best customer experience. The ability to proactively seek out challenges and work independently is key. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience advising on US and international privacy regulations. A background in privacy is preferred. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow-through, and meet deadlines. Ability to demonstrate sound judgment in ambiguous situations.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2022-06-28

Corporate Counsel, Procurement

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel, Procurement Duties: Serving as the primary lawyer responsible for counseling the business on a broad range of commercial and regulatory matters including structuring, drafting and negotiating commercial transactions. Working directly with the business serving as lead counsel on strategic deals, providing day-to-day advice, resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Structuring, drafting and negotiating complex procurement, licensing, and other commercial agreements and providing ongoing legal counseling in a wide range of legal areas, including data privacy, regulatory compliance, and intellectual property.

QUALIFICATIONS: J.D. and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar. 5+ years of legal experience (with at least 3 years at a law firm). Corporate transactional background. Strong transactional background and be hard-working, proactive, entrepreneurial, and able to apply sound, pragmatic judgment in ambiguous situations. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience in technology or procurement transactions is a plus. In-house experience is a plus. Excellent organizational skills, with the ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through and meet deadlines using pragmatic judgment in ambiguous situations. Strong written and oral communication skills. Ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-28

Lead Counsel, Privacy

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

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

Principal Corporate Counsel Datacenter Energy

Redmond WA Principal Corporate Counsel - Datacenter Energy Responsibilities: Working on energy connection agreements and energy supply agreements for new data centers and data center expansions. Structuring, drafting, and negotiating complex agreements to support the purchase of renewable energy. Formulating and drafting agreements for deploying innovative services or technologies toward meeting corporate sustainability targets. Identifying and resolving business and legal risks, advising on regulatory matters, and providing input on proposals for regulatory change related to data center energy. Handling day-to-day project-related legal issues. Collaborating with team members within and across organizational boundaries, including clients, other deal team lawyers, legal specialists, government affairs, and PR professionals. Exercising independent judgment on legal matters to counsel middle and senior management clients.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate Degree or Equivalent International Degree OR Completion of a Legal Apprenticeship Active license to practice law in a jurisdiction and capable of meeting admission requirements in the relevant jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years experience as a practicing attorney OR equivalent practice of law. Preferred Qualifications: 3+ years experience as an attorney in a specialized practice area (electricity transactions in the U.S., and electricity regulations in the U.S. Additionally, some experience with energy transactions and regulations in Canada and/or Latin American is advantageous for this role). In-house counsel experience. High personal standards of commitment and integrity. Strong results orientation, customer focus, a commitment to providing the highest quality client service, and a desire to develop trusted advisor relationships with business clients. Capability to work efficiently, meet demanding deadlines in a fast-paced environment, prioritize workflow, and adjust to frequent fluctuations in workload and business imperatives.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-23

Lead Counsel, Global Privacy Compliance

Seattle WA Lead Counsel, Global Privacy Compliance Responsibilities: Manage Legal's support of key aspects of the privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure we meet the obligations under those programs and applicable regulatory frameworks. Develop and maintain subject matter expertise in new areas of global data use and protection laws, advise about the impact of the same on's business, and drive strategies to facilitate compliance. Provide legal advice and day-to-day support to the Privacy Organization. Investigate and advise on potential privacy issues related to corporate governance and external reporting. Analyze global privacy legal requirements and oversee the design and implementation of privacy controls as part of the Privacy Program. Coordinate with globally-distributed legal compliance groups to ensure integration of the Privacy Program on a global scale. Provide focused and pragmatic legal advice on Privacy Program controls testing and management of privacy compliance. Support members of the legal, business, and policy teams on privacy-related legal matters, including in areas related to partnerships, integrations, and other business development opportunities. 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.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience with compliance, regulatory, or product counseling. Demonstrated expertise in privacy and data issues arising in one or more private areas such as HR, security, advertising, B2B products, third party management, or privacy program implementation/management. Preferred Qualifications: Experience using business judgment and with client counseling. Experience with global privacy laws, compliance, regulations, and industry guidelines, including those relevant for social media and internet companies, and experience working with international teams.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-23

Corporate Counsel, Privacy , Mactrap Legal

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel, Privacy, MACTRAP Legal Responsibilities: Provide day-to-day and strategic advice on a broad range of product, regulatory, and privacy matters to businesses and their business line non-privacy attorneys alike. Work closely with business leaders, other legal teams including Amazon's core CDO Privacy Legal team, and our public policy team to advise on all aspects of global privacy laws and regulations associated with these businesses. Develop strategies for handling legal issues in creative, business-centric ways, and build processes that address risk and allow the business flexibility and freedom to move quickly as they launch new products and services involving emerging technologies. Help them prepare for and comply with privacy regulations.

Qualifications: J.D. and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar. Should have 5+ years of legal experience, with a majority focused directly on issues related to privacy, data protection, or related regulatory matters (e.g., data protection regulation such as CCPA, GDPR, or LGPD). Preferred Qualifications: 3+ years of practice experience focused directly on issues related to privacy, data protection or related regulatory matters (e.g., data protection regulation such as CCPA, GDPR, or LGPD), with 2 years at a law firm. Experience directly interacting with privacy and data protection regulators is extremely helpful. Thorough understanding of Internet architecture and related technologies, such as e-commerce, data processing, location-based services, financial technologies including online payment business models, and the legal and regulatory environment that surrounds them. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, particularly in explaining complex areas of regulatory law to those without subject matter expertise, preferably at a senior executive and leadership level in a large corporate environment. Ability to manage and exercise sound judgment in mission-critical projects, working independently and often in ambiguous situations.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-22

Us Employment Senior Counsel

Seattle WA US Employment Senior Counsel Duties: The candidate will act as a legal advisor and educator regarding US federal, state, and local employment laws with an emphasis on compliance by design and risk mitigation strategies. Provide legal advice and strategic support regarding NLRA compliance and other labor relations issues. Provide legal expertise to resolve complex employee relations and pre-litigation matters. Advice regarding FLSA employment classifications and independent contractor status. Design and execute regulatory and compliance initiatives regarding employment laws, including the development of policies, guidelines, training, processes, templates, and toolkits. Manage and oversee outside counsel relationships. Support V&A activities and integration affecting assigned workforces. Stay abreast of legal developments affecting the company, its clients, and industries and synthesize the information to direct the company's practices. Foster seamless integration and teaming relationships with the other Legal Services teams.

Required Qualifications: A Law Degree / Juris Doctor. Active license to practice law in at least one US jurisdiction. Should have 10 years of experience practicing employment law as an attorney. Should have 5 years of labor relations experience with a primary focus on working with a unionized workforce. Preferred Qualifications: Experience advising management of large companies. Ability to work with personnel both internally and externally across the world. Experience assessing worker classifications, including strong working knowledge of the FLSA and independent contractor law. Experience conducting HR audits. In-depth knowledge of labor and employment law across the United States, with a particular focus on the NLRA. Demonstrates sound judgment, ability to prioritize and make decisions, and identify risks. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to influence senior leaders with a strong executive presence. Able to present innovative, original, and compliant solutions. Responsive and follows through on commitments, with a sense of urgency. Strong time management, prioritization, and ability to handle multiple responsibilities efficiently. Highly organized with attention to accuracy and detail. Self-directed with the ability to work independently as well as within teams. Ability to work in a matrixed leadership environment and as a strong cross-functional partner. Demonstrated leadership in professional setting; either military or civilian. Demonstrated teamwork and collaboration in a professional setting; either military or civilian.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-21

Privacy Counsel

Seattle WA Privacy Counsel Duties: The candidate will partner with the Engineering, Product, Design, Security, and Marketing teams to assess potential privacy and security risks and regulatory requirements for Adobe's products and technologies. Provide strategic advice to address privacy and security risks while supporting product innovation. Assist with the development of Privacy-By-Design strategies for products and technologies, (e.g., machine learning and AI) to drive business solutions. Assist corporate, product, and marketing teams with developing marketing strategies and collateral to tell our privacy story. Develop, implement and review privacy impact assessments for Adobe products, technologies, and services. Review/draft a variety of agreements related to data, privacy, and security, including vendor and customer agreements. Be a privacy brand ambassador on enterprise customer calls and in meetings. Be a privacy evangelist inside Adobe to help grow a culture of privacy (e.g., conduct training, represent the privacy team in product strategy and design sessions).

Qualifications: A J.D. degree and membership in at least one state Bar preferred. Should have 3+ years of relevant privacy experience, including prior in-house or law firm experience. Familiarity and interest in new media and emerging digital technologies. Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organization. Strategic problem solver with excellent legal and business judgment including demonstrated experience assessing information for risk mitigation opportunities. A meticulous, business-friendly teammate who can think creatively. Strong understanding and experience with both domestic and international privacy requirements. Exceptional interpersonal skills with a great sense of humor and commitment to professionalism. Experience working collaboratively and effectively with cross-functional teams.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-21

Corporate Counsel - Puget Sound

Redmond WA Corporate Counsel - Puget Sound Responsibilities: Acts as primary internal legal counsel, advising on and assisting in the resolution of, disputes and claims, participating in legal or alternative dispute resolution proceedings, and managing outside counsel and/or other service providers as needed. Reviews, drafts, negotiates and manages complex consulting contracts and subcontracts, master service agreements, vendor and employment agreements, facility and equipment leases and other commercial agreements. Maintains professional registrations and certificates of authority and prepares and files reports with regulatory bodies. Leads, coaches, and directs contracts staff. Ensures team is proactive and responsive. Oversees employee selection, orientation, training and development, performance, compensation, and retention. Advises, negotiates, and leads GeoEngineers insurance program in consultation with executive team members and Board of Directors Finance Committee, including applicable policy types and coverage limits and response to claims made. Ensures timely response to subpoenas and represents the company appropriately in depositions. Provides guidance and training to staff in negotiating and interpreting client contracts and subcontracts and other business agreements such as contracts for support services, benefit plans, licenses, and leases to ensure contractual terms are appropriate and protective of GeoEngineers interests. Advises on and develops best practices for mergers and acquisitions, participating with the executive team in the development of letters of intent, due diligence, and deal documentation as necessary. Advises on and assists in the development and administration of joint venture agreements, new legal entities, and similar new business arrangements. Advises management on risks and best practices of proposed growth strategies involving new geographies, markets, services, and/or client sectors. Advises management and staff of applicable regulations related to the company's methods of business and employee ownership structure and maintains current knowledge and understanding of relevant laws and best practices. Assists in designing and administering company's regulatory compliance efforts applicable to its government contracting business subject to the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). Advises executive team and Board of Directors on corporate governance matters, including revisions to shareholder agreements and other board-approved policies and programs. Develops risk management, contracts, and loss prevention training programs, continuously working to develop staff and improve functional processes. Creates and maintains documentation of company best practices. Oversees the company's enterprise risk management program and engages with the leadership team in administering the program.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school or equivalent and Bar membership in good standing. Active license to practice law in at least one state, preferably Washington. Should have 5+ years experience as in-house counsel for consulting engineering firms or law firms with relevant practice areas, including cross-functional experience drafting, interpreting, and negotiating legal agreements and resolving and litigating claims and controversies involving professional services firms. Previous experience in a managerial or supervisory role is strongly preferred. Strong research, analytical, and negotiating skills. Outstanding interpersonal, written, and verbal communication/presentation skills with the capability to effectively advise and develop productive working relationships with individuals at all levels of responsibility. Ability to establish a strong rapport and professional credibility to influence at all levels of the organization.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-21

Assistant General Counsel, Legal Intellectual Property

Kirkland WA Assistant General Counsel, Legal - Intellectual Property The candidate will lead the day-to-day management and strategic development of the global intellectual property portfolio with minimal direct supervision, in partnership with internal stakeholders and external counsel as needed. Draft, review and negotiate intellectual property provisions of various agreements, including licensing, commercial, technology, employment and other corporate agreements. Assist internal teams in clearing third-party intellectual property matters, and conducting due diligence reviews on M&A transactions, substantial collaborations, and other strategic initiatives. Drive brand protection by working with internal teams to implement trademark strategy, including the review of advertising, marketing, and social media strategies. Coordinate with internal teams and external counsel on enforcement activities, including cease and desist correspondence, litigation, and administrative proceedings at the USPTO. Engage with engineering and other internal teams in evaluating internal inventions for patent consideration and aligning patent strategies with business goals. Counsel executives and senior leadership on intellectual property-related opportunities and risks, emphasizing a pragmatic, business-oriented approach to problem-solving. Develop and implement internal processes, procedures and training centered on intellectual property identification and protection.

The candidate should have 8 years as a practicing attorney specializing in intellectual property, with at least 2 years in an in-house legal department handling both trademark and patent-related matters; USPTO registration in good standing is preferred. Advising on, drafting, and negotiating intellectual property provisions contained in a broad range of agreements, and coordinating intellectual property workflow in relation to the management of a global portfolio consisting of trademarks and patents. Effectively joining forces with internal and external stakeholders, including Litigation, Compliance, Procurement, Marketing, and Engineering, Exhibiting excellent business judgment and strategic thinking. Comfortably and confidently advising and interacting with executives and senior leaders, and having a demonstrated ability to earn their confidence and serve as a trusted advisor. Displaying excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and keen attention to detail. Thriving as part of a collaborative and fun team committed to delivering white-glove client service in a fast-paced and rapidly changing environment. Being able to work independently and collaboratively and manage multiple projects in an efficient and timely manner.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-21
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Corporate Counsel, Transactions And Governance
In-House,Genesys
Location : Olympia, WA, United States

Corporate Counsel, Transactions and Governance Duties: The candidate will serve as legal subject matter expert on strategic corporate and M&A transactions, including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating transaction documents. Lead legal due diligenc... + read more

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Legal Counsel, Corporate
In-House,Electronic Arts Inc.
Location : Seattle, WA, United States

Legal Counsel, Corporate Responsibilities: Support the Firm?s Corporate Development team, sponsoring business units and other corporate functions (finance, accounting, tax, human resources, etc.) to provide practical and actionable advice on acquisi... + read more

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Associate Corporate Counsel, Physical Stores
Refer job# EGWX168970
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Physical Stores DUTIES: Work directly with the business, and provide day-to-day and strategic advice on a broad range of product, regulatory, and privacy matters. Develop strategies for handling legal issues in creative, business-centric ways, and build processes that address risk and allow the business flexibility and freedom to move quickly. Advise the physical stores technology team on how to launch new products and services involving emerging technologies, and prepare for and comply with privacy regulations.

QUALIFICATIONS: Juris Doctor (J.D.) and admitted to at least one state bar (or equivalent). Should have 2-4 years of legal experience. Must be inquisitive, enthusiastic about technology, and passionate about building the best customer experience. The ability to proactively seek out challenges and work independently is key. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience advising on US and international privacy regulations. A background in privacy is preferred. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow-through, and meet deadlines. Ability to demonstrate sound judgment in ambiguous situations.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Procurement
Refer job# ZUSU168971
 
Corporate Counsel, Procurement Duties: Serving as the primary lawyer responsible for counseling the business on a broad range of commercial and regulatory matters including structuring, drafting and negotiating commercial transactions. Working directly with the business serving as lead counsel on strategic deals, providing day-to-day advice, resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Structuring, drafting and negotiating complex procurement, licensing, and other commercial agreements and providing ongoing legal counseling in a wide range of legal areas, including data privacy, regulatory compliance, and intellectual property.

QUALIFICATIONS: J.D. and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar. 5+ years of legal experience (with at least 3 years at a law firm). Corporate transactional background. Strong transactional background and be hard-working, proactive, entrepreneurial, and able to apply sound, pragmatic judgment in ambiguous situations. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience in technology or procurement transactions is a plus. In-house experience is a plus. Excellent organizational skills, with the ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through and meet deadlines using pragmatic judgment in ambiguous situations. Strong written and oral communication skills. Ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# WSHL168905
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: The candidate will apply subject matter expertise and keen strategic judgment in areas of privacy, data protection, and security laws (including state and federal consumer protection and privacy laws, GDPR, and other global privacy laws) and provide the broader business with legal advice on the same. Monitor and respond quickly to developments in data privacy and information security (i.e., new laws, regulations, important judgments, regulatory guidance, etc.). Drive strategy on updates to the privacy policy and other public-facing privacy-focused materials, including substance, timing, user notification, and regulatory briefing. Collaborate with other legal and non-legal stakeholders to help guide privacy-forward product development and evaluate the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance, and enforcement actions on business initiatives. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with cross-functional stakeholders across Facebook's business, policy, legal, communications, security, and other departments. Develop a regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiatives and maintain Facebook's ongoing privacy-by-design processes. Respond to privacy-oriented inquiries from global regulators.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state Bar. Must have 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house or government experience (applicable litigation, regulatory, or product counseling will be considered). Experience advising on privacy legal risks, regulations, and industry guidelines, with working knowledge of relevant privacy laws including GDPR, CCPA, and/or LGPD. In-house or government experience as applicable, in privacy, litigation, regulatory, or product counseling, particularly at technology, social media, or communications/messaging company is preferred. Project management experience on complex legal projects and effective communication and presentation skills are desired. Experience leading and advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment is preferred. Experience responding to regulatory inquiries is a plus. Business judgment and client counseling experience are desired.
 
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Principal Corporate Counsel Datacenter Energy
Refer job# AGOF168838
 
Principal Corporate Counsel - Datacenter Energy Responsibilities: Working on energy connection agreements and energy supply agreements for new data centers and data center expansions. Structuring, drafting, and negotiating complex agreements to support the purchase of renewable energy. Formulating and drafting agreements for deploying innovative services or technologies toward meeting corporate sustainability targets. Identifying and resolving business and legal risks, advising on regulatory matters, and providing input on proposals for regulatory change related to data center energy. Handling day-to-day project-related legal issues. Collaborating with team members within and across organizational boundaries, including clients, other deal team lawyers, legal specialists, government affairs, and PR professionals. Exercising independent judgment on legal matters to counsel middle and senior management clients.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate Degree or Equivalent International Degree OR Completion of a Legal Apprenticeship Active license to practice law in a jurisdiction and capable of meeting admission requirements in the relevant jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years experience as a practicing attorney OR equivalent practice of law. Preferred Qualifications: 3+ years experience as an attorney in a specialized practice area (electricity transactions in the U.S., and electricity regulations in the U.S. Additionally, some experience with energy transactions and regulations in Canada and/or Latin American is advantageous for this role). In-house counsel experience. High personal standards of commitment and integrity. Strong results orientation, customer focus, a commitment to providing the highest quality client service, and a desire to develop trusted advisor relationships with business clients. Capability to work efficiently, meet demanding deadlines in a fast-paced environment, prioritize workflow, and adjust to frequent fluctuations in workload and business imperatives.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Lead Counsel, Global Privacy Compliance
Refer job# MGOT168846
 
Lead Counsel, Global Privacy Compliance Responsibilities: Manage Legal's support of key aspects of the privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure we meet the obligations under those programs and applicable regulatory frameworks. Develop and maintain subject matter expertise in new areas of global data use and protection laws, advise about the impact of the same on's business, and drive strategies to facilitate compliance. Provide legal advice and day-to-day support to the Privacy Organization. Investigate and advise on potential privacy issues related to corporate governance and external reporting. Analyze global privacy legal requirements and oversee the design and implementation of privacy controls as part of the Privacy Program. Coordinate with globally-distributed legal compliance groups to ensure integration of the Privacy Program on a global scale. Provide focused and pragmatic legal advice on Privacy Program controls testing and management of privacy compliance. Support members of the legal, business, and policy teams on privacy-related legal matters, including in areas related to partnerships, integrations, and other business development opportunities. 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.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience with compliance, regulatory, or product counseling. Demonstrated expertise in privacy and data issues arising in one or more private areas such as HR, security, advertising, B2B products, third party management, or privacy program implementation/management. Preferred Qualifications: Experience using business judgment and with client counseling. Experience with global privacy laws, compliance, regulations, and industry guidelines, including those relevant for social media and internet companies, and experience working with international teams.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy , Mactrap Legal
Refer job# GQOR168809
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy, MACTRAP Legal Responsibilities: Provide day-to-day and strategic advice on a broad range of product, regulatory, and privacy matters to businesses and their business line non-privacy attorneys alike. Work closely with business leaders, other legal teams including Amazon's core CDO Privacy Legal team, and our public policy team to advise on all aspects of global privacy laws and regulations associated with these businesses. Develop strategies for handling legal issues in creative, business-centric ways, and build processes that address risk and allow the business flexibility and freedom to move quickly as they launch new products and services involving emerging technologies. Help them prepare for and comply with privacy regulations.

Qualifications: J.D. and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar. Should have 5+ years of legal experience, with a majority focused directly on issues related to privacy, data protection, or related regulatory matters (e.g., data protection regulation such as CCPA, GDPR, or LGPD). Preferred Qualifications: 3+ years of practice experience focused directly on issues related to privacy, data protection or related regulatory matters (e.g., data protection regulation such as CCPA, GDPR, or LGPD), with 2 years at a law firm. Experience directly interacting with privacy and data protection regulators is extremely helpful. Thorough understanding of Internet architecture and related technologies, such as e-commerce, data processing, location-based services, financial technologies including online payment business models, and the legal and regulatory environment that surrounds them. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, particularly in explaining complex areas of regulatory law to those without subject matter expertise, preferably at a senior executive and leadership level in a large corporate environment. Ability to manage and exercise sound judgment in mission-critical projects, working independently and often in ambiguous situations.
 
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Us Employment Senior Counsel
Refer job# XGAJ168733
 
US Employment Senior Counsel Duties: The candidate will act as a legal advisor and educator regarding US federal, state, and local employment laws with an emphasis on compliance by design and risk mitigation strategies. Provide legal advice and strategic support regarding NLRA compliance and other labor relations issues. Provide legal expertise to resolve complex employee relations and pre-litigation matters. Advice regarding FLSA employment classifications and independent contractor status. Design and execute regulatory and compliance initiatives regarding employment laws, including the development of policies, guidelines, training, processes, templates, and toolkits. Manage and oversee outside counsel relationships. Support V&A activities and integration affecting assigned workforces. Stay abreast of legal developments affecting the company, its clients, and industries and synthesize the information to direct the company's practices. Foster seamless integration and teaming relationships with the other Legal Services teams.

Required Qualifications: A Law Degree / Juris Doctor. Active license to practice law in at least one US jurisdiction. Should have 10 years of experience practicing employment law as an attorney. Should have 5 years of labor relations experience with a primary focus on working with a unionized workforce. Preferred Qualifications: Experience advising management of large companies. Ability to work with personnel both internally and externally across the world. Experience assessing worker classifications, including strong working knowledge of the FLSA and independent contractor law. Experience conducting HR audits. In-depth knowledge of labor and employment law across the United States, with a particular focus on the NLRA. Demonstrates sound judgment, ability to prioritize and make decisions, and identify risks. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to influence senior leaders with a strong executive presence. Able to present innovative, original, and compliant solutions. Responsive and follows through on commitments, with a sense of urgency. Strong time management, prioritization, and ability to handle multiple responsibilities efficiently. Highly organized with attention to accuracy and detail. Self-directed with the ability to work independently as well as within teams. Ability to work in a matrixed leadership environment and as a strong cross-functional partner. Demonstrated leadership in professional setting; either military or civilian. Demonstrated teamwork and collaboration in a professional setting; either military or civilian.
 
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Privacy Counsel
Refer job# IDMA168766
 
Privacy Counsel Duties: The candidate will partner with the Engineering, Product, Design, Security, and Marketing teams to assess potential privacy and security risks and regulatory requirements for Adobe's products and technologies. Provide strategic advice to address privacy and security risks while supporting product innovation. Assist with the development of Privacy-By-Design strategies for products and technologies, (e.g., machine learning and AI) to drive business solutions. Assist corporate, product, and marketing teams with developing marketing strategies and collateral to tell our privacy story. Develop, implement and review privacy impact assessments for Adobe products, technologies, and services. Review/draft a variety of agreements related to data, privacy, and security, including vendor and customer agreements. Be a privacy brand ambassador on enterprise customer calls and in meetings. Be a privacy evangelist inside Adobe to help grow a culture of privacy (e.g., conduct training, represent the privacy team in product strategy and design sessions).

Qualifications: A J.D. degree and membership in at least one state Bar preferred. Should have 3+ years of relevant privacy experience, including prior in-house or law firm experience. Familiarity and interest in new media and emerging digital technologies. Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organization. Strategic problem solver with excellent legal and business judgment including demonstrated experience assessing information for risk mitigation opportunities. A meticulous, business-friendly teammate who can think creatively. Strong understanding and experience with both domestic and international privacy requirements. Exceptional interpersonal skills with a great sense of humor and commitment to professionalism. Experience working collaboratively and effectively with cross-functional teams.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Puget Sound
Refer job# DMUU168786
 
Corporate Counsel - Puget Sound Responsibilities: Acts as primary internal legal counsel, advising on and assisting in the resolution of, disputes and claims, participating in legal or alternative dispute resolution proceedings, and managing outside counsel and/or other service providers as needed. Reviews, drafts, negotiates and manages complex consulting contracts and subcontracts, master service agreements, vendor and employment agreements, facility and equipment leases and other commercial agreements. Maintains professional registrations and certificates of authority and prepares and files reports with regulatory bodies. Leads, coaches, and directs contracts staff. Ensures team is proactive and responsive. Oversees employee selection, orientation, training and development, performance, compensation, and retention. Advises, negotiates, and leads GeoEngineers insurance program in consultation with executive team members and Board of Directors Finance Committee, including applicable policy types and coverage limits and response to claims made. Ensures timely response to subpoenas and represents the company appropriately in depositions. Provides guidance and training to staff in negotiating and interpreting client contracts and subcontracts and other business agreements such as contracts for support services, benefit plans, licenses, and leases to ensure contractual terms are appropriate and protective of GeoEngineers interests. Advises on and develops best practices for mergers and acquisitions, participating with the executive team in the development of letters of intent, due diligence, and deal documentation as necessary. Advises on and assists in the development and administration of joint venture agreements, new legal entities, and similar new business arrangements. Advises management on risks and best practices of proposed growth strategies involving new geographies, markets, services, and/or client sectors. Advises management and staff of applicable regulations related to the company's methods of business and employee ownership structure and maintains current knowledge and understanding of relevant laws and best practices. Assists in designing and administering company's regulatory compliance efforts applicable to its government contracting business subject to the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR). Advises executive team and Board of Directors on corporate governance matters, including revisions to shareholder agreements and other board-approved policies and programs. Develops risk management, contracts, and loss prevention training programs, continuously working to develop staff and improve functional processes. Creates and maintains documentation of company best practices. Oversees the company's enterprise risk management program and engages with the leadership team in administering the program.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school or equivalent and Bar membership in good standing. Active license to practice law in at least one state, preferably Washington. Should have 5+ years experience as in-house counsel for consulting engineering firms or law firms with relevant practice areas, including cross-functional experience drafting, interpreting, and negotiating legal agreements and resolving and litigating claims and controversies involving professional services firms. Previous experience in a managerial or supervisory role is strongly preferred. Strong research, analytical, and negotiating skills. Outstanding interpersonal, written, and verbal communication/presentation skills with the capability to effectively advise and develop productive working relationships with individuals at all levels of responsibility. Ability to establish a strong rapport and professional credibility to influence at all levels of the organization.
 
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Assistant General Counsel, Legal Intellectual Property
Refer job# AETS168796
 
Assistant General Counsel, Legal - Intellectual Property The candidate will lead the day-to-day management and strategic development of the global intellectual property portfolio with minimal direct supervision, in partnership with internal stakeholders and external counsel as needed. Draft, review and negotiate intellectual property provisions of various agreements, including licensing, commercial, technology, employment and other corporate agreements. Assist internal teams in clearing third-party intellectual property matters, and conducting due diligence reviews on M&A transactions, substantial collaborations, and other strategic initiatives. Drive brand protection by working with internal teams to implement trademark strategy, including the review of advertising, marketing, and social media strategies. Coordinate with internal teams and external counsel on enforcement activities, including cease and desist correspondence, litigation, and administrative proceedings at the USPTO. Engage with engineering and other internal teams in evaluating internal inventions for patent consideration and aligning patent strategies with business goals. Counsel executives and senior leadership on intellectual property-related opportunities and risks, emphasizing a pragmatic, business-oriented approach to problem-solving. Develop and implement internal processes, procedures and training centered on intellectual property identification and protection.

The candidate should have 8 years as a practicing attorney specializing in intellectual property, with at least 2 years in an in-house legal department handling both trademark and patent-related matters; USPTO registration in good standing is preferred. Advising on, drafting, and negotiating intellectual property provisions contained in a broad range of agreements, and coordinating intellectual property workflow in relation to the management of a global portfolio consisting of trademarks and patents. Effectively joining forces with internal and external stakeholders, including Litigation, Compliance, Procurement, Marketing, and Engineering, Exhibiting excellent business judgment and strategic thinking. Comfortably and confidently advising and interacting with executives and senior leaders, and having a demonstrated ability to earn their confidence and serve as a trusted advisor. Displaying excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and keen attention to detail. Thriving as part of a collaborative and fun team committed to delivering white-glove client service in a fast-paced and rapidly changing environment. Being able to work independently and collaboratively and manage multiple projects in an efficient and timely manner.
 
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