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Principal Corporate Counsel, Commercial Partner Ecosystem

Redmond WA Principal Corporate Counsel, Commercial Partner Ecosystem The candidate will act as the primary legal contact for assigned clients on a variety of legal, business and compliance initiatives intended to support the digital transformation of Firm's customers with and through partners. Will work closely with members of Firms commercial legal team based in our corporate headquarters and other subsidiary-based colleagues on partner-related efforts. Serve as an important contributor to clients and colleagues by providing actionable legal counsel on major partner transactions and negotiations grounded with in-depth understanding of the issues. Identifies and anticipates legal risks in the client's business and develops practical solutions to mitigate future risk along with scaled guidance that captures repeatable issues. Manages day to day interactions with outside counsel or other service providers to address and resolve issues. Resolve project-specific issues by interacting with business clients, colleagues and outside counsel. Structures, drafts, and negotiates transactional documents, program launches and campaigns (e.g., standard agreements ). Conducts, reviews, interprets and analyzes legal information. cultivates an understanding of legal principles within primary legal practice and a basic understanding of legal principles outside primary area. Identifies and engages appropriate stakeholders in CELA and business to escalate issues. Train internal business clients on legal, privacy, competition and other compliance issues that may arise in the provision of servicing our partner ecosystem. Actively participates in legal, work, or industry associations (e.g., presenting at meetings, conferences, hearings, consultations, assisting in planning or preparing presentations). contributes to external outreach initiatives and recruiting. Develops positive relationships with external legal professionals, customers, or partners in an effort to protect and advocate Firms interests. Engages with legal and other business colleagues (e.g. business desk, finance, tax and trade, compliance) to identify and share best practices. Provides continuous feedback and contributes to the improvement of project operational efficiencies. provides recommendations to improve efficiencies within work groups and for the delivery of legal services to clients. Manages project work expenses according to budget and proposes efficiencies. Collaborates effectively within work group and across CELA functions on client issues. Organizes and simplifies issues and ideas in written and verbal communication.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate or equivalent higher degree in law with excellent academic credentials. Must have active license to practice law in a jurisdiction and capable of meeting admission requirements in relevant jurisdiction. Must have 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Must be well-versed in offering general legal, commercial and strategic advice with particular familiarity with cloud, software licensing and/or services contracts. Working knowledge of Firms Outlook, Word and PowerPoint is essential.3+ years of experience as a transactional attorney in-house and/or at a law firm dealing with sophisticated technology agreements is preferred. In-house counsel experience is desired. Experience in negotiating information technology agreements is highly desirable. Familiarity with relevant legal issues such as intellectual property, data protection privacy law, competition law and imminent legislation is highly desirable. Experience in dealing with regulatory issues pertaining to software and cloud services in industries such as banking & financial services, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, etc. is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Corporate Counsel Ii

Bellevue WA Corporate Counsel II Responsibilities: Draft, review and negotiate contracts related, including, installation, marketing and advertising agreements, license agreements and consulting agreements. Develop and review standard form contracts including non-disclosure agreements, vendor service agreements and installation agreements. Advise on general commercial matters; including new product and emerging lines of business. Interpret laws, rulings, and regulations for the company. Assist General Counsel with litigation/dispute management, corporate transactions, regulatory matters, employment issues and other legal issues. Act as a liaison with outside counsel.

Qualifications: BA Business or related field; JD Degree from an accredited law school required. Washington State Bar membership required. 6+ years of legal experience in a corporation or law firm dealing with a wide variety of corporate legal issues. Regulatory experience with money transmission, bank secrecy act and Fintech highly preferred. Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to counsel and influence internal and external customers. Strong verbal, written, and presentation skills. Must be very detail and process oriented with excellent organizational and follow-thru skills. Ability to render advice in a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines and competing priorities. Proficient with Microsoft Office.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Associate General Counsel, Energy

Seattle WA Associate General Counsel, Energy The candidate will report to the Director and Associate General Counsel, Real Estate and work closely with the company's Energy Team, members of which are dispersed across the US. Will assist with the procurement of clean and renewable energy for the company's data centers. Given the geographic diversity of the data center portfolio, the energy suppliers include regulated and deregulated utilities, energy co-ops, and other energy suppliers. These supply arrangements range from basic to sleeved renewable supply arrangements, including through the development of new green tariffs. Work with the company's Energy, Environment and Site Selection Team and to secure the energy infrastructure necessary to support the company's data centers. This work would include drafting and negotiating agreements with utilities and energy transmission operators for the expansion of their infrastructure to serve the company's data center load. Provide in-house legal support for the company's monitoring and participation in proceedings before public utilities commissions that impact our energy supply and infrastructure arrangements, as well as other proceedings that impact the company's access to and costs for energy supply in a particular region such as rate cases, rulemakings, and integrated resource plans. Support the company's CaRE (Clean & Renewable Energy) Team with the procurement of green energy for data centers. This work would include the negotiation of virtual PPAs, REC purchase agreements, sleeved PPAs, and energy storage agreements among other things. Assist with other strategic initiatives that further the company's commitment to clean and renewable energy. Assist the company's Energy Team with operational issues relating to the large portfolio of energy related projects and contracts. Flag issues and seek guidance from other subject matter experts as needed (e.g., risk management, finance, tax, etc.). Hire, closely manage, and direct outside counsel. Should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 8+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience drafting and negotiating contracts is required. Experience structuring, drafting, and negotiating sleeved green energy supply arrangements and tariffs for industrial energy consumers (e.g., data center, manufacturing, and similar projects) is desired. Experience monitoring or participating in ratemaking and resource planning proceedings before public utilities commissions is an asset. Experience working at or with a technology company is a plus. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16

Strategic Counselor, Compliance

Seattle WA Strategic Counselor, Compliance The candidate will assist with legal advice and counseling, communications, and project management on high-priority, cross-functional legal issues. Will play a key role in supporting initiatives across the company, and act as an advisor and key support to the CCO and Compliance leadership team. Support the CCO in proactively managing key priorities and initiatives across the company, including through liaison with colleagues, organizing meetings and follow-up on key issues, and helping to leverage leadership time and attention on critical matters. Provide and coordinate support with respect to company-wide management initiatives and issues, including agendas and planning Legal leadership, offsite and company-wide meetings. Conduct analysis and work with colleagues to prepare the background for meetings with key partners (e.g. identify goals and talking points, provide background on attendees, issues, problems or decisions that need to be made). Act as liaison for internal and external engagements, oversee the preparation of materials, and support opportunities to proactively engage with stakeholders on legal and regulatory developments that are important to the company. Conduct or commission research on a variety of topics, relevant issues and organizations, and synthesize this research into executive summaries with key business and communication insights. Advise on responses to legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, and provide project management and coordination support when needed. Participate in after-action review and analysis, and develop remediation and mitigation measures. Actively collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as Public Policy, Communications, Product Teams, Human Resources, and Finance, to respond to fast-moving inquiries requiring legal support. Should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 8+ years of attorney experience, including in-house or law firm experience providing strategic advice including in regards to communications. Should also have 3+ years of experience in research and analysis. Experience in litigation communications, crisis preparation and response, or issue management is preferred. Experience leading cross-functional projects is needed. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16

Associate General Counsel, Privacy

Seattle WA Associate General Counsel, Privacy The candidate will develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and privacy laws globally and advise on the impact of the same on the Firm's business. Will assist product lawyers in evaluating the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions. Support members of the business and policy teams on privacy related community and business integrity issues. Assist in the development and conduct of general and role-specific privacy training across the Firm.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 8+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience advising on privacy legal risks and mitigations is needed. Working knowledge of youth-related privacy issues and laws (e.g., COPPA) is preferred. Working knowledge of relevant privacy laws such as CCPA, GDPR or LGPD is a plus. In-house experience with applicable litigation, regulatory, or product counseling, particularly at a technology or social media company is desired. Experience explaining topics and gaining support and consensus from multiple stakeholders is preferred. Business judgment and client counseling experience are a plus.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16

Lead Counsel, Privacy

Seattle WA Lead Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: Manage and advise on's global privacy program, including developing and improving privacy frameworks and processes to ensure we meet our obligations under the program. 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 business. Support members of the Legal, Partnerships, Policy and Privacy 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 services and companies. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across business including Policy, Legal, Communications, Security, and other departments. Develop regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiative. Support privacy for commercial deals and work cross functionally on all deal related matters.

Qualifications: JD degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state Bar. 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, privacy programs and industry guidelines. Experience with litigation, regulatory, or product counseling. Preferred Qualifications: Technical or engineering experience. Demonstrated experience in privacy and data issues arising in one or more privacy areas such as data sharing, security, advertising, products or privacy program implementation/management. Commercial deal experience. Experience using business judgment and with client counseling. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16

Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review and negotiate contracts with third parties supporting the company's business operations. Specific agreements related to confidentiality, services, personnel, software, real estate, privacy and more. Advise business on the need for more complex contracts such as licensing agreements and material transfer agreements. Work with business partners to implement such agreements. Oversee contract management system. Develop and maintain contract training materials and provide training to all contracting stakeholders. Prepare supporting materials for the Board and its Committees, including policies, plan documents and additional materials. Draft and review potential future public company filings. Advise on employment related matters in partnership with the HR team. Advise on federal, state, and international healthcare laws and regulations including global privacy (GDPR), FCPA and anti-bribery. Collaborate with IT to provide legal guidance on data privacy, cybersecurity, and regulatory requirements in support of implementation and compliance with company policies.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a U.S. accredited law school and admitted to practice in at least one state (admission to Washington, California, or Massachusetts strongly preferred). 5+ years of professional experience as an attorney drafting and negotiating a wide variety of corporate and commercial contracts. 5+ years of experience handling U.S. public company matters, including with respect to federal securities laws and corporate governance, including law firm experience. Strong drafting skills and attention to detail. Experience working with publicly traded companies. Record of success in innovating and creating business value, fostering teamwork and collaboration with other teams, and influencing and resolving conflict. Ability to work independently and proactively with minimal direction. Excellent judgment, pragmatism, and negotiation skills. Strong organizational skills and ability to prioritize projects and meet rapid deadlines. Proven record as an adaptive and results-oriented performer, which includes balancing competing priorities, working effectively both independently and cross-functional teams, and managing external relationships with outside counsel and collaborators.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16

Senior Corporate Counsel, Litigation

Seattle WA Senior Corporate Counsel, Litigation The candidate responsibilities include architecting and implementing Amazon's litigation strategy with respect to specific cases; selecting, managing, and improving the performance of outside counsel; advising leadership on a wide range of novel legal and business risks and opportunities; working with witnesses and data repositories to prepare for trial; coordinating with public policy and public relations teams on matters relating to litigation; designing and implementing innovative processes that enable small teams to make high velocity decisions at scale; and providing daily cross-functional leadership to disparate company stakeholders about a range of legal problems involving such areas as product liability and business tort, contract, copyright, consumer protection, real estate, transportation, advertising, privacy, security, class action, and First Amendment law.

The candidate must hold a strong academic credentials, a J.D. degree, and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar with 10+ years of litigation experience including at least five years of law firm experience. Hands-on experience leading teams in complex domestic and international business litigation, including trial experience and counselling parties and witnesses in a variety of pre-dispute and dispute resolution contexts is preferred. People management experience is plus Exceptional written and verbal communication skills required. Sound and practical business judgment combined with strong common sense. Curiosity and creativity, highest standards of ethics and professional integrity required. Ability to manage a large number and variety of mission-critical projects, working independently and often in ambiguous contexts desired. Familiarity with Internet, software, and/or media industries and the legal and regulatory environment in which they operate is must. Familiarity with patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret law is a plus. Ability to lead teams, including cross-functional teams, while being a strong partner to other lawyers, business clients, paralegals, and assistants required. Demonstrated proficiency in working closely with and advising senior executives of an organization.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-15

Corporate Counsel

Redmond WA Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for IP enforcement for Nintendo brands including customs level enforcement across multiple jurisdictions, investigations and online enforcement in coordination with counsel. Provides legal advice on complex intellectual property enforcement issues. Management of IP enforcement-related litigation across multiple jurisdictions in consultation with counsel. Prepares legal documents, settlement agreements, written reports, presentations and updates relevant to a global executive audience. Communicates with parent company, outside contacts, including outside counsel, partner companies, industry representatives, governmental representatives, and other parties as needed. Pursues and maintains most current knowledge of company business, products and technology. Works collaboratively with cross-functional international teams that support global enforcement activities on behalf of Nintendo. Develops and delivers anti-counterfeiting training materials to external national and regional law enforcement and customs authorities as well as awareness training for internal stakeholders. Assists with other IP tasks in support of company objectives as needed. Assists with budget development and global compliance. May have direct or indirect responsibilities for leading and developing a team. 4 years related experience required. Ability to identify, develop and implement IP enforcement strategies required. Strong communication and organizational skills required. Maintains knowledge of current legal issues in the area of intellectual property and enforcement, with a focus on copyright and trademark law knowledge. Exceptional writing, interpersonal and oral communication skills required. Law degree and membership in the Washington State Bar Association, or other comparable state qualification required. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-15

Corporate Counsel, Product Clearance

Redmond WA Corporate Counsel, Product Clearance The candidate provides strategic support and legal advice to cross-cultural product clearance teams, business and development teams regarding the legal and regulatory aspects of product development, launch, and distribution. Builds cross-functional relationships with business teams as well as other internal stakeholders. Keeps current on relevant industry standards, laws, and regulations. Collaborates with legal team members to improve processes and ensures business demands are satisfied. Develops solutions that manage legal risk in company products and services. Responds to various legal inquiries from regional and global teams. Reviews company activities and policies for legal compliance and adherence to domestic and foreign government policies and regulations.

The candidate should have Law degree. Must have 5+ years of legal product counseling experience. Working knowledge of a variety of areas including intellectual property, privacy, consumer protection, e-commerce, and product regulatory compliance for electronics/consumer products is required. Must have familiarity with launching products and advising on the legal and compliance aspects of product development in the technology space. Basic technical knowledge of video game hardware and software is essential. Membership in the Washington State Bar Association or other comparable state qualifications is needed.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-15
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Principal Corporate Counsel, Commercial Partner Ecosystem
Refer job# HOXN161922
 
Principal Corporate Counsel, Commercial Partner Ecosystem The candidate will act as the primary legal contact for assigned clients on a variety of legal, business and compliance initiatives intended to support the digital transformation of Firm's customers with and through partners. Will work closely with members of Firms commercial legal team based in our corporate headquarters and other subsidiary-based colleagues on partner-related efforts. Serve as an important contributor to clients and colleagues by providing actionable legal counsel on major partner transactions and negotiations grounded with in-depth understanding of the issues. Identifies and anticipates legal risks in the client's business and develops practical solutions to mitigate future risk along with scaled guidance that captures repeatable issues. Manages day to day interactions with outside counsel or other service providers to address and resolve issues. Resolve project-specific issues by interacting with business clients, colleagues and outside counsel. Structures, drafts, and negotiates transactional documents, program launches and campaigns (e.g., standard agreements ). Conducts, reviews, interprets and analyzes legal information. cultivates an understanding of legal principles within primary legal practice and a basic understanding of legal principles outside primary area. Identifies and engages appropriate stakeholders in CELA and business to escalate issues. Train internal business clients on legal, privacy, competition and other compliance issues that may arise in the provision of servicing our partner ecosystem. Actively participates in legal, work, or industry associations (e.g., presenting at meetings, conferences, hearings, consultations, assisting in planning or preparing presentations). contributes to external outreach initiatives and recruiting. Develops positive relationships with external legal professionals, customers, or partners in an effort to protect and advocate Firms interests. Engages with legal and other business colleagues (e.g. business desk, finance, tax and trade, compliance) to identify and share best practices. Provides continuous feedback and contributes to the improvement of project operational efficiencies. provides recommendations to improve efficiencies within work groups and for the delivery of legal services to clients. Manages project work expenses according to budget and proposes efficiencies. Collaborates effectively within work group and across CELA functions on client issues. Organizes and simplifies issues and ideas in written and verbal communication.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate or equivalent higher degree in law with excellent academic credentials. Must have active license to practice law in a jurisdiction and capable of meeting admission requirements in relevant jurisdiction. Must have 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Must be well-versed in offering general legal, commercial and strategic advice with particular familiarity with cloud, software licensing and/or services contracts. Working knowledge of Firms Outlook, Word and PowerPoint is essential.3+ years of experience as a transactional attorney in-house and/or at a law firm dealing with sophisticated technology agreements is preferred. In-house counsel experience is desired. Experience in negotiating information technology agreements is highly desirable. Familiarity with relevant legal issues such as intellectual property, data protection privacy law, competition law and imminent legislation is highly desirable. Experience in dealing with regulatory issues pertaining to software and cloud services in industries such as banking & financial services, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, etc. is preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel Ii
Refer job# BLBM161927
 
Corporate Counsel II Responsibilities: Draft, review and negotiate contracts related, including, installation, marketing and advertising agreements, license agreements and consulting agreements. Develop and review standard form contracts including non-disclosure agreements, vendor service agreements and installation agreements. Advise on general commercial matters; including new product and emerging lines of business. Interpret laws, rulings, and regulations for the company. Assist General Counsel with litigation/dispute management, corporate transactions, regulatory matters, employment issues and other legal issues. Act as a liaison with outside counsel.

Qualifications: BA Business or related field; JD Degree from an accredited law school required. Washington State Bar membership required. 6+ years of legal experience in a corporation or law firm dealing with a wide variety of corporate legal issues. Regulatory experience with money transmission, bank secrecy act and Fintech highly preferred. Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to counsel and influence internal and external customers. Strong verbal, written, and presentation skills. Must be very detail and process oriented with excellent organizational and follow-thru skills. Ability to render advice in a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines and competing priorities. Proficient with Microsoft Office.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel, Energy
Refer job# VUVD161832
 
Associate General Counsel, Energy The candidate will report to the Director and Associate General Counsel, Real Estate and work closely with the company's Energy Team, members of which are dispersed across the US. Will assist with the procurement of clean and renewable energy for the company's data centers. Given the geographic diversity of the data center portfolio, the energy suppliers include regulated and deregulated utilities, energy co-ops, and other energy suppliers. These supply arrangements range from basic to sleeved renewable supply arrangements, including through the development of new green tariffs. Work with the company's Energy, Environment and Site Selection Team and to secure the energy infrastructure necessary to support the company's data centers. This work would include drafting and negotiating agreements with utilities and energy transmission operators for the expansion of their infrastructure to serve the company's data center load. Provide in-house legal support for the company's monitoring and participation in proceedings before public utilities commissions that impact our energy supply and infrastructure arrangements, as well as other proceedings that impact the company's access to and costs for energy supply in a particular region such as rate cases, rulemakings, and integrated resource plans. Support the company's CaRE (Clean & Renewable Energy) Team with the procurement of green energy for data centers. This work would include the negotiation of virtual PPAs, REC purchase agreements, sleeved PPAs, and energy storage agreements among other things. Assist with other strategic initiatives that further the company's commitment to clean and renewable energy. Assist the company's Energy Team with operational issues relating to the large portfolio of energy related projects and contracts. Flag issues and seek guidance from other subject matter experts as needed (e.g., risk management, finance, tax, etc.). Hire, closely manage, and direct outside counsel. Should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 8+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience drafting and negotiating contracts is required. Experience structuring, drafting, and negotiating sleeved green energy supply arrangements and tariffs for industrial energy consumers (e.g., data center, manufacturing, and similar projects) is desired. Experience monitoring or participating in ratemaking and resource planning proceedings before public utilities commissions is an asset. Experience working at or with a technology company is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Strategic Counselor, Compliance
Refer job# MPNI161841
 
Strategic Counselor, Compliance The candidate will assist with legal advice and counseling, communications, and project management on high-priority, cross-functional legal issues. Will play a key role in supporting initiatives across the company, and act as an advisor and key support to the CCO and Compliance leadership team. Support the CCO in proactively managing key priorities and initiatives across the company, including through liaison with colleagues, organizing meetings and follow-up on key issues, and helping to leverage leadership time and attention on critical matters. Provide and coordinate support with respect to company-wide management initiatives and issues, including agendas and planning Legal leadership, offsite and company-wide meetings. Conduct analysis and work with colleagues to prepare the background for meetings with key partners (e.g. identify goals and talking points, provide background on attendees, issues, problems or decisions that need to be made). Act as liaison for internal and external engagements, oversee the preparation of materials, and support opportunities to proactively engage with stakeholders on legal and regulatory developments that are important to the company. Conduct or commission research on a variety of topics, relevant issues and organizations, and synthesize this research into executive summaries with key business and communication insights. Advise on responses to legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, and provide project management and coordination support when needed. Participate in after-action review and analysis, and develop remediation and mitigation measures. Actively collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as Public Policy, Communications, Product Teams, Human Resources, and Finance, to respond to fast-moving inquiries requiring legal support. Should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 8+ years of attorney experience, including in-house or law firm experience providing strategic advice including in regards to communications. Should also have 3+ years of experience in research and analysis. Experience in litigation communications, crisis preparation and response, or issue management is preferred. Experience leading cross-functional projects is needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# XCON161844
 
Associate General Counsel, Privacy The candidate will develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and privacy laws globally and advise on the impact of the same on the Firm's business. Will assist product lawyers in evaluating the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions. Support members of the business and policy teams on privacy related community and business integrity issues. Assist in the development and conduct of general and role-specific privacy training across the Firm.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 8+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience advising on privacy legal risks and mitigations is needed. Working knowledge of youth-related privacy issues and laws (e.g., COPPA) is preferred. Working knowledge of relevant privacy laws such as CCPA, GDPR or LGPD is a plus. In-house experience with applicable litigation, regulatory, or product counseling, particularly at a technology or social media company is desired. Experience explaining topics and gaining support and consensus from multiple stakeholders is preferred. Business judgment and client counseling experience are a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# OJES161850
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: Manage and advise on's global privacy program, including developing and improving privacy frameworks and processes to ensure we meet our obligations under the program. 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 business. Support members of the Legal, Partnerships, Policy and Privacy 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 services and companies. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across business including Policy, Legal, Communications, Security, and other departments. Develop regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiative. Support privacy for commercial deals and work cross functionally on all deal related matters.

Qualifications: JD degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state Bar. 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, privacy programs and industry guidelines. Experience with litigation, regulatory, or product counseling. Preferred Qualifications: Technical or engineering experience. Demonstrated experience in privacy and data issues arising in one or more privacy areas such as data sharing, security, advertising, products or privacy program implementation/management. Commercial deal experience. Experience using business judgment and with client counseling. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FRFR161859
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review and negotiate contracts with third parties supporting the company's business operations. Specific agreements related to confidentiality, services, personnel, software, real estate, privacy and more. Advise business on the need for more complex contracts such as licensing agreements and material transfer agreements. Work with business partners to implement such agreements. Oversee contract management system. Develop and maintain contract training materials and provide training to all contracting stakeholders. Prepare supporting materials for the Board and its Committees, including policies, plan documents and additional materials. Draft and review potential future public company filings. Advise on employment related matters in partnership with the HR team. Advise on federal, state, and international healthcare laws and regulations including global privacy (GDPR), FCPA and anti-bribery. Collaborate with IT to provide legal guidance on data privacy, cybersecurity, and regulatory requirements in support of implementation and compliance with company policies.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a U.S. accredited law school and admitted to practice in at least one state (admission to Washington, California, or Massachusetts strongly preferred). 5+ years of professional experience as an attorney drafting and negotiating a wide variety of corporate and commercial contracts. 5+ years of experience handling U.S. public company matters, including with respect to federal securities laws and corporate governance, including law firm experience. Strong drafting skills and attention to detail. Experience working with publicly traded companies. Record of success in innovating and creating business value, fostering teamwork and collaboration with other teams, and influencing and resolving conflict. Ability to work independently and proactively with minimal direction. Excellent judgment, pragmatism, and negotiation skills. Strong organizational skills and ability to prioritize projects and meet rapid deadlines. Proven record as an adaptive and results-oriented performer, which includes balancing competing priorities, working effectively both independently and cross-functional teams, and managing external relationships with outside counsel and collaborators.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Litigation
Refer job# CTAJ161784
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Litigation The candidate responsibilities include architecting and implementing Amazon's litigation strategy with respect to specific cases; selecting, managing, and improving the performance of outside counsel; advising leadership on a wide range of novel legal and business risks and opportunities; working with witnesses and data repositories to prepare for trial; coordinating with public policy and public relations teams on matters relating to litigation; designing and implementing innovative processes that enable small teams to make high velocity decisions at scale; and providing daily cross-functional leadership to disparate company stakeholders about a range of legal problems involving such areas as product liability and business tort, contract, copyright, consumer protection, real estate, transportation, advertising, privacy, security, class action, and First Amendment law.

The candidate must hold a strong academic credentials, a J.D. degree, and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar with 10+ years of litigation experience including at least five years of law firm experience. Hands-on experience leading teams in complex domestic and international business litigation, including trial experience and counselling parties and witnesses in a variety of pre-dispute and dispute resolution contexts is preferred. People management experience is plus Exceptional written and verbal communication skills required. Sound and practical business judgment combined with strong common sense. Curiosity and creativity, highest standards of ethics and professional integrity required. Ability to manage a large number and variety of mission-critical projects, working independently and often in ambiguous contexts desired. Familiarity with Internet, software, and/or media industries and the legal and regulatory environment in which they operate is must. Familiarity with patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret law is a plus. Ability to lead teams, including cross-functional teams, while being a strong partner to other lawyers, business clients, paralegals, and assistants required. Demonstrated proficiency in working closely with and advising senior executives of an organization.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PMBC161785
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for IP enforcement for Nintendo brands including customs level enforcement across multiple jurisdictions, investigations and online enforcement in coordination with counsel. Provides legal advice on complex intellectual property enforcement issues. Management of IP enforcement-related litigation across multiple jurisdictions in consultation with counsel. Prepares legal documents, settlement agreements, written reports, presentations and updates relevant to a global executive audience. Communicates with parent company, outside contacts, including outside counsel, partner companies, industry representatives, governmental representatives, and other parties as needed. Pursues and maintains most current knowledge of company business, products and technology. Works collaboratively with cross-functional international teams that support global enforcement activities on behalf of Nintendo. Develops and delivers anti-counterfeiting training materials to external national and regional law enforcement and customs authorities as well as awareness training for internal stakeholders. Assists with other IP tasks in support of company objectives as needed. Assists with budget development and global compliance. May have direct or indirect responsibilities for leading and developing a team. 4 years related experience required. Ability to identify, develop and implement IP enforcement strategies required. Strong communication and organizational skills required. Maintains knowledge of current legal issues in the area of intellectual property and enforcement, with a focus on copyright and trademark law knowledge. Exceptional writing, interpersonal and oral communication skills required. Law degree and membership in the Washington State Bar Association, or other comparable state qualification required.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Product Clearance
Refer job# QYMJ161786
 
Corporate Counsel, Product Clearance The candidate provides strategic support and legal advice to cross-cultural product clearance teams, business and development teams regarding the legal and regulatory aspects of product development, launch, and distribution. Builds cross-functional relationships with business teams as well as other internal stakeholders. Keeps current on relevant industry standards, laws, and regulations. Collaborates with legal team members to improve processes and ensures business demands are satisfied. Develops solutions that manage legal risk in company products and services. Responds to various legal inquiries from regional and global teams. Reviews company activities and policies for legal compliance and adherence to domestic and foreign government policies and regulations.

The candidate should have Law degree. Must have 5+ years of legal product counseling experience. Working knowledge of a variety of areas including intellectual property, privacy, consumer protection, e-commerce, and product regulatory compliance for electronics/consumer products is required. Must have familiarity with launching products and advising on the legal and compliance aspects of product development in the technology space. Basic technical knowledge of video game hardware and software is essential. Membership in the Washington State Bar Association or other comparable state qualifications is needed.
 
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