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Legal Counsel (privacy)

Bellevue WA Legal Counsel (Privacy) RESPONSIBILITIES: Advise on day-to-day marketing issues (emails and associated consents). Review and advise on contracts for multiple business groups. Maintain EU-US data transfer requirements. Assisting in conducting assessments and maintaining assessment and data mapping. Provide support for data breach response. Respond to customer complaints, including SARs. Share responsibility for updating and maintaining template guidance and forms. Deliver training to various groups on privacy awareness, and maintain and update existing training materials. Log and maintain privacy policy versions and support the management and updating of all policies. Update and maintain privacy pages on corporate intranet and add resources as they are developed. Manage and log interactions with Regulators and maintain and notifications/registrations required. Assist with tracking of data protection clauses used in templates; MSA, affiliate agreements, employee contracts etc track versions and dates etc. Coordinate data and privacy assessment and audits of vendors, risk and data mapping. Keep up with new developments in privacy laws.

QUALIFICATIONS: Solicitor (or equivalent) qualification. Proven experience with a top law firm and/or experience working in a dynamic, in-house legal environment; experience in a multinational legal department a plus. Strong foundational knowledge of data protection laws in the United Kingdom; some familiarity with requirements in other EU member states and with the new GDPR. Understanding of Internet architecture and related technologies preferable. Self starter and creative thinker comfortable with operating in a visionary environment. Capable of assessing and communicating risk within the context of dynamic business goals. Ability to work on a wide range of matters at a time. Ability to appropriately prioritise work. Track record of establishing strong working relationships with internal/external business clients and within the legal department/law firm. Fluency in English required; competency in additional languages a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-16

Corporate Counsel, Real Estate

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel, Real Estate The candidate will partner with firm business team to acquire, develop and launch new data centers in North America and overseas. Will play an active role in the site selection process, reviewing and counseling clients on due diligence and feasibility. Have responsibility for structuring, drafting and negotiating agreements, managing outside counsel, and counseling internal business clients on: Site selection, lease agreements (both existing facilities and build-to-suits), real property purchase and sale agreements and land use and zoning issues; Construction agreements; Other commercial transactions, ranging from standard contracts to complex, high-dollar-value transactions; a broad range of property issues involving the management of the existing portfolio. Work directly with the various business teams, providing day-to-day advice, resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships, handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries, and managing outside counsel. Be responsible for identifying opportunities for and implementing process improvements. Must have Juris Doctor degree and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar. Should have 4-9 years of legal experience (with 2+ years of experience at a law firm), including real estate development, acquisition and leasing. Legal 4 - 9 Full-time 2018-02-15

In-house Counsel, Regulatory Compliance

Bellevue WA In-House Counsel, Regulatory Compliance Duties: Providing legal guidance on all aspects of Engineering network operations, including 911. Will: advise on legal requirements for 911 service and outage reporting, for existing and new products and services; deliver actionable, practical legal advice to clients and assist them in complying with internal policies, and federal and state regulations, while meeting business objectives; implement compliance programs through partnership and collaboration with the business and other legal experts; support the development of automation and tools for compliance with regulations in engineers and operations response to outage incident response; prepare letters and/or talking points for communications to federal and state regulatory agencies, including the FCC; demonstrate creativity in partnering with engineering and product teams to address regulatory compliance challenges; be willing to take on complex, fast-moving projects and be proactive in delivering actionable guidance and driving to solutions; monitor changes in 911 law and regulation, recommend new policy and procedures as necessary to meet new compliance obligations; coordinate with Government Affairs on proposed changes or modifications of law and regulation; and communicate legal advice to engineering and operations clients in a simple, informal, practical and un-legalistic way.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree from an accredited university with strong academic credentials. 4+ years of experience at a law firm, regulatory agency, and/or in-house. Prior telecom or technology experience a plus. Experience in litigation, investigations, regulatory, or adversarial situations preferred. Ability to lead and advise on complex and fast-moving projects. Effective communicator. Understanding of state and federal regulatory requirements for 911 service a plus.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-15

Corporate Counsel, Enforcement

Redmond WA Corporate Counsel, Enforcement Duties: Support its intellectual property protection and enforcement efforts. Management of customs-level actions in multiple jurisdictions, including the U.S., Latin America, and Europe. Review of products for authentication purposes. Leading IP enforcement-related investigations across multiple jurisdictions. Digital brand enforcement activities. Preparation of legal documents, written reports, presentations and updates relevant to a global executive audience. Communication with parent company, outside contacts, including outside counsel, partner companies, industry representatives, governmental representatives, and other parties as needed. Collaboration with cross-functional international teams that support global enforcement activities. Development and delivery of training to law enforcement and customs officials as well as internal stakeholders. Assisting with other IP tasks in support of Legal Department goals.

REQUIREMENTS: JD Degree required. 3+ years of related experience. Team player with high-energy. Ability to identify, develop and implement IP enforcement strategies. Strong communication and organizational skills, especially to a global audience. Knowledge of current legal issues in the area of intellectual property and digital enforcement. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with fluctuating priorities and deadlines. Exceptional writing, interpersonal and oral communication skills.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-15

Corporate Counsel (ip)

Bellevue WA Corporate Counsel (IP) The candidate will work with Firm s international businesses and brand counsel on a wide range of IP matters including: IP licensing agreements and provisions, rights clearance, intellectual property rights enforcement and defense, and related counseling. Will be the principal attorney handling DMCA content, domain name, keyword and trademark complaints and site takedowns. Assist in strategically advising the business on general IP matters, adversarial proceedings and intellectual property litigation. Drafting, negotiating, and managing inbound and outbound intellectual property licensing agreements, joint development agreements and other complex intellectual property agreements/transactions. Acting in a consultative capacity to Firm s transactional and brand attorneys on the intellectual property aspects of commercial agreements. Reviewing and resolving both offensive and defensive claims/potential claims of intellectual property infringement, including trademark and domain name disputes, UDRP and URS actions, and DMCA and other copyright infringement claims. Responding to and preparing keyword bidding objections and assisting with contractual keyword provision drafting and enforcement. Developing and maintaining copyright claim procedures and DMCA notice and designation programs across brands. Managing outside counsel in relation to intellectual property litigation and disputes in a cost effective manner; partnering effectively with Firm s litigation team as appropriate (excludes patent litigation). Consulting with internal business teams on content acquisition and use; drafting and negotiating related content agreements. Developing strong client relationships that increase opportunities to identify, create and/or protect intellectual property. Reviewing and preparing trademark clearance and availability reports, and advising the business in relation to the same. Assist in developing, conducting, and maintaining an effective intellectual property education and training program for business and legal colleagues.

The candidate should have 5-7 years Intellectual Property experience, including 2+ years experience in a fast-paced, in-house legal environment, preferably as part of a multi-national team and with an international remit. Extensive experience with trademarks, licensing, domain names and copyright in the online business environment is essential. Some experience with trade secrets, open source licenses and patents is preferred. Excellent oral and written communication skills, with an ability to influence for positive outcomes is essential. Track record of establishing and cultivating strong working relationships with both business clients and legal department colleagues is essential.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2018-02-14

Senior Attorney - Data Privacy and Security

Spokane WA Senior Attorney - Data Privacy and Security The candidate will advise firm on the legal requirements pertaining to data privacy and security and work across the organization to help ensure compliance. Will be responsible for the development, refinement, and maintenance of the Company s global data privacy policies consistent with applicable regulations, including those of the US and the EU. Work across various functions of the Company, including with the Director of Information Security, with firm's product and service managers, and with regional Associate General Counsel, all having the goal of helping to ensure the Company s compliance with regulations and management of risk through appropriate contractual protections. Assist in developing and managing the implementation of Company s privacy program, including development and maintenance policies and procedures, compliance materials, and employee training. Advise on the global data protection regulatory framework, including the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation. Managing the Company s Privacy Shield certification. Review and advise on contracts involving the collection, protection, transfer or and use of data, whether firm's data, an employee s data, or that of another party such an firm's customer or business partner. Develop and maintain an incident response plan in collaboration with the Company s IT security team. Assist with data and security incidents and breach responses. Partnering closely with and advising the Company s HR, IT security, product and business teams on privacy and data protection-related matters, including privacy by design. Monitoring significant legislative and regulatory activity, legal developments and industry guidelines involving data privacy and security. In collaboration with other departments (e.g., Information Security, Quality, and Finance) establish an internal privacy and data protection monitoring and audit program and providing support for the same. Provide informational updates to senior leadership and firm's Board of Directors. All tasks and responsibilities are deemed as essential functions to this position. however, business conditions may require reasonable accommodations for additional tasks and responsibilities.

The candidate must have 12 years of experience either in-house with a multinational, publicly traded company with a mid-tier or large firm, with a least 5 years in a role(s) requiring in-depth knowledge of data privacy/data protection laws and regulations in at least the US and EU, preferably as counsel to software or technology companies. Must have experience in drafting, implementing, and managing corporate data privacy and protection policies. Should have JD degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must have Admission to at least one State Bar and in good standing. APP membership with certifications such as CIPP/US, CIPP/E and/or CIPP/M (or comparable) is beneficial.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-12

Senior Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will support business leaders as lead counsel negotiating favorable agreements with payment processors and disbursement partners around the world. Work will be critical to ensuring that our agreements meet a high bar that sets firm up for long-term success and scalability while identifying and mitigating legal risks. Responsible for ensuring that business objectives are met and legal risks are appropriately identified and mitigated in other major contract areas. In addition, you will lead our organization s contract oversight and management function. Communicates clearly both orally and in writing. Exercise sound judgment and discretion including the ability to stand their ground. Works well with people at all levels inside and outside the company. Must be Washington State qualified corporate lawyer with 8+ legal experience, ideally in a combination of a large international law firm, and in-house with a financial services and/or technology multinational. Should have 5+ years of legal experience as an in-house transactional legal counsel, preferably with some portion of that experience in technology and commercial transactions. Should have 3+ years of legal experience in a top national or international law firm. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and general comfort with learning new software skills is needed. Strong transactional background, with familiarity with IT/technology transactions is a plus. Working knowledge of payments, financial services regulation, and the fintech industry is needed. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-10

Senior Corporate Attorney

Everett WA Senior Corporate Attorney Responsibilities: Working closely with both FHS management and the legal teams to set the strategic direction of the business. Providing legal advice on marketing materials and equipment sales, medical services and related contracts, and supporting sales, marketing and contracts management teams, on a wide range of issues involving commercial, healthcare regulatory and risks management issues. Providing comprehensive advice for joint venture and distribution arrangements worldwide, with a focus of healthcare regulatory, government contract and anti-corruption considerations. Working closely with Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance team on FDA and third-party audits, medical device registrations, customer complaints and other matters. Playing a leading role in the selection and management of outside counsel for matters, and helping to manage their work product and costs. Collaborating with other Professional Instrumentation legal teammates to administer compliance with Standards of Conduct, Anti-Corruption and healthcare-related policies, including tracking regional and local compliance. Supporting the business development team in reviewing and closing acquisitions and disposals of businesses. Assisting in litigation management, including preparing discovery and management of outside counsel. Supporting all areas of the organization, including HR, Operations and Finance. Working with the Professional Instrumentation international, trade compliance and anti-corruption legal teams to address matters worldwide, to ensure consistency, cooperation and superior service. Working with Fluke intellectual property counsel to manage IP considerations worldwide. Monitoring significant changes in laws and regulations and compliance trends that apply to operations and activities and developing policies to ensure continuing compliance. Providing training on Standards of Conduct and medical device and healthcare services-related legal issues to associates. Working with other business units and on special projects in consultation with the legal teams.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited law school with strong academic credentials. 7+ years of strong legal leadership in the healthcare industry, with a preference for direct experience with medical devices and/or medical services; a combination of experience with an internationally recognized law firm and prior in-house experience in these areas is also a plus. Experience interacting with the FDA and other global authorities regulating medical device and medical service offerings. Strong knowledge of the U.S. Anti-Kickback Statute, Physician Payments Sunshine Act, False Claims Act, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, federal healthcare regulations and similar laws and regulations globally that apply to medical equipment sales and services offered by FHS. Prior litigation and lawyer/legal professional management experience preferred. Fluent in English; additional language skills preferred. Must have a broad range of commercial and healthcare-related legal expertise to be able to provide comprehensive and strategic legal advice to the senior management team. Must be able to work cross-functionally, have cultural sensitivity and influence others both internally and externally to the organization (including Finance, HR, Operations, and Commercial). Must have strong attention to detail, including the preparation, management and tracking of complex agreements and other documentation. Must have unquestioned integrity and excellent judgment; must be able to provide pragmatic legal advice to senior management and evaluate and address risks across a range of legal issues. Must be process-oriented and able to build sustainable standard work and systems. Must have strong capabilities to spot legal issues and correspondingly strong capacity to communicate solutions or paths to resolution; must a practical problem-solver. Must be capable of working independently and collaboratively, across matrixed ¯ legal and business organizations, and willing to take on a wide range of strategic and tactical tasks. Must have strong organizational skills, with ability to handle many complex issues simultaneously, prioritizing and effectively managing time.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-06

Legal Counsel - Outbound Contracts

Bellevue WA Legal Counsel - Outbound Contracts The candidate will draft, review and negotiate global contracts in support of the company's procurement organization, finance, licensing, technology and other corporate departments and business units. Must have 5-12 years of relevant legal experience (preferably 3+ years in-house). Should preferably have experience in drafting, reviewing and negotiating software license agreements, IT services contracts (e.g., Cloud and hosting agreements), IT infrastructure contracts, IP licenses, online advertisement/marketing agreements, ISDA contracts, construction contracts, property related documents, treasury contracts, structured finance documents, hardware purchase and leasing agreements, staffing contracts, IT development agreements, collaboration agreements, non-disclosure agreements, bank guarantees etc. Understanding of software license compliance issues, including open source software and related copyright issues will be preferred. Knowledge of legal and compliance issues, such as data protection issues, relating to cross-border transactions is desired. Exposure to contract disputes, including dispute resolution and/or litigation is an asset. Legal 5 - 12 Full-time 2018-02-03

Legal Counsel - Outbound Contracts

Redmond WA Legal Counsel - Outbound Contracts The candidate will draft, review and negotiate global contracts in support of the company's procurement organization, finance, licensing, technology and other corporate departments and business units. Must have 5-12 years of relevant legal experience (preferably 3+ years in-house). Should preferably have experience in drafting, reviewing and negotiating software license agreements, IT services contracts (e.g., Cloud and hosting agreements), IT infrastructure contracts, IP licenses, online advertisement/marketing agreements, ISDA contracts, construction contracts, property related documents, treasury contracts, structured finance documents, hardware purchase and leasing agreements, staffing contracts, IT development agreements, collaboration agreements, non-disclosure agreements, bank guarantees etc. Understanding of software license compliance issues, including open source software and related copyright issues will be preferred. Knowledge of legal and compliance issues, such as data protection issues, relating to cross-border transactions is desired. Exposure to contract disputes, including dispute resolution and/or litigation is an asset. Legal 5 - 12 Full-time 2018-02-03
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Senior Attorney - Corporate Law
In-House,Itron, Inc.
Location : Liberty Lake, WA, United States

Senior Attorney - Corporate Law The candidate will manage compliance with SEC rules and regulations and NASDAQ listing standards applicable to public companies, including: 1) Draft and review public disclosures to be filed with the SEC on a periodic... + read more

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Attorney
In-House,Microsoft Corporation
Location : Redmond, WA, United States

Attorney Responsibilities: Provide creative and proactive counseling on a broad range of complex legal, business and policy issues for engineering and business clients engaged in implementing strategy. Draft and negotiate a variety of legal agreemen... + read more

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Legal Counsel (privacy)
Refer job# FSMP137691
 
Legal Counsel (Privacy) RESPONSIBILITIES: Advise on day-to-day marketing issues (emails and associated consents). Review and advise on contracts for multiple business groups. Maintain EU-US data transfer requirements. Assisting in conducting assessments and maintaining assessment and data mapping. Provide support for data breach response. Respond to customer complaints, including SARs. Share responsibility for updating and maintaining template guidance and forms. Deliver training to various groups on privacy awareness, and maintain and update existing training materials. Log and maintain privacy policy versions and support the management and updating of all policies. Update and maintain privacy pages on corporate intranet and add resources as they are developed. Manage and log interactions with Regulators and maintain and notifications/registrations required. Assist with tracking of data protection clauses used in templates; MSA, affiliate agreements, employee contracts etc track versions and dates etc. Coordinate data and privacy assessment and audits of vendors, risk and data mapping. Keep up with new developments in privacy laws.

QUALIFICATIONS: Solicitor (or equivalent) qualification. Proven experience with a top law firm and/or experience working in a dynamic, in-house legal environment; experience in a multinational legal department a plus. Strong foundational knowledge of data protection laws in the United Kingdom; some familiarity with requirements in other EU member states and with the new GDPR. Understanding of Internet architecture and related technologies preferable. Self starter and creative thinker comfortable with operating in a visionary environment. Capable of assessing and communicating risk within the context of dynamic business goals. Ability to work on a wide range of matters at a time. Ability to appropriately prioritise work. Track record of establishing strong working relationships with internal/external business clients and within the legal department/law firm. Fluency in English required; competency in additional languages a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# LLHN137673
 
Corporate Counsel, Real Estate The candidate will partner with firm business team to acquire, develop and launch new data centers in North America and overseas. Will play an active role in the site selection process, reviewing and counseling clients on due diligence and feasibility. Have responsibility for structuring, drafting and negotiating agreements, managing outside counsel, and counseling internal business clients on: Site selection, lease agreements (both existing facilities and build-to-suits), real property purchase and sale agreements and land use and zoning issues; Construction agreements; Other commercial transactions, ranging from standard contracts to complex, high-dollar-value transactions; a broad range of property issues involving the management of the existing portfolio. Work directly with the various business teams, providing day-to-day advice, resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships, handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries, and managing outside counsel. Be responsible for identifying opportunities for and implementing process improvements. Must have Juris Doctor degree and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar. Should have 4-9 years of legal experience (with 2+ years of experience at a law firm), including real estate development, acquisition and leasing.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
In-house Counsel, Regulatory Compliance
Refer job# ONNF137681
 
In-House Counsel, Regulatory Compliance Duties: Providing legal guidance on all aspects of Engineering network operations, including 911. Will: advise on legal requirements for 911 service and outage reporting, for existing and new products and services; deliver actionable, practical legal advice to clients and assist them in complying with internal policies, and federal and state regulations, while meeting business objectives; implement compliance programs through partnership and collaboration with the business and other legal experts; support the development of automation and tools for compliance with regulations in engineers and operations response to outage incident response; prepare letters and/or talking points for communications to federal and state regulatory agencies, including the FCC; demonstrate creativity in partnering with engineering and product teams to address regulatory compliance challenges; be willing to take on complex, fast-moving projects and be proactive in delivering actionable guidance and driving to solutions; monitor changes in 911 law and regulation, recommend new policy and procedures as necessary to meet new compliance obligations; coordinate with Government Affairs on proposed changes or modifications of law and regulation; and communicate legal advice to engineering and operations clients in a simple, informal, practical and un-legalistic way.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree from an accredited university with strong academic credentials. 4+ years of experience at a law firm, regulatory agency, and/or in-house. Prior telecom or technology experience a plus. Experience in litigation, investigations, regulatory, or adversarial situations preferred. Ability to lead and advise on complex and fast-moving projects. Effective communicator. Understanding of state and federal regulatory requirements for 911 service a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel, Enforcement
Refer job# UFIA137683
 
Corporate Counsel, Enforcement Duties: Support its intellectual property protection and enforcement efforts. Management of customs-level actions in multiple jurisdictions, including the U.S., Latin America, and Europe. Review of products for authentication purposes. Leading IP enforcement-related investigations across multiple jurisdictions. Digital brand enforcement activities. Preparation of legal documents, written reports, presentations and updates relevant to a global executive audience. Communication with parent company, outside contacts, including outside counsel, partner companies, industry representatives, governmental representatives, and other parties as needed. Collaboration with cross-functional international teams that support global enforcement activities. Development and delivery of training to law enforcement and customs officials as well as internal stakeholders. Assisting with other IP tasks in support of Legal Department goals.

REQUIREMENTS: JD Degree required. 3+ years of related experience. Team player with high-energy. Ability to identify, develop and implement IP enforcement strategies. Strong communication and organizational skills, especially to a global audience. Knowledge of current legal issues in the area of intellectual property and digital enforcement. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with fluctuating priorities and deadlines. Exceptional writing, interpersonal and oral communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel (ip)
Refer job# IIGI137660
 
Corporate Counsel (IP) The candidate will work with Firm s international businesses and brand counsel on a wide range of IP matters including: IP licensing agreements and provisions, rights clearance, intellectual property rights enforcement and defense, and related counseling. Will be the principal attorney handling DMCA content, domain name, keyword and trademark complaints and site takedowns. Assist in strategically advising the business on general IP matters, adversarial proceedings and intellectual property litigation. Drafting, negotiating, and managing inbound and outbound intellectual property licensing agreements, joint development agreements and other complex intellectual property agreements/transactions. Acting in a consultative capacity to Firm s transactional and brand attorneys on the intellectual property aspects of commercial agreements. Reviewing and resolving both offensive and defensive claims/potential claims of intellectual property infringement, including trademark and domain name disputes, UDRP and URS actions, and DMCA and other copyright infringement claims. Responding to and preparing keyword bidding objections and assisting with contractual keyword provision drafting and enforcement. Developing and maintaining copyright claim procedures and DMCA notice and designation programs across brands. Managing outside counsel in relation to intellectual property litigation and disputes in a cost effective manner; partnering effectively with Firm s litigation team as appropriate (excludes patent litigation). Consulting with internal business teams on content acquisition and use; drafting and negotiating related content agreements. Developing strong client relationships that increase opportunities to identify, create and/or protect intellectual property. Reviewing and preparing trademark clearance and availability reports, and advising the business in relation to the same. Assist in developing, conducting, and maintaining an effective intellectual property education and training program for business and legal colleagues.

The candidate should have 5-7 years Intellectual Property experience, including 2+ years experience in a fast-paced, in-house legal environment, preferably as part of a multi-national team and with an international remit. Extensive experience with trademarks, licensing, domain names and copyright in the online business environment is essential. Some experience with trade secrets, open source licenses and patents is preferred. Excellent oral and written communication skills, with an ability to influence for positive outcomes is essential. Track record of establishing and cultivating strong working relationships with both business clients and legal department colleagues is essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Attorney - Data Privacy and Security
Refer job# BSVC137624
 
Senior Attorney - Data Privacy and Security The candidate will advise firm on the legal requirements pertaining to data privacy and security and work across the organization to help ensure compliance. Will be responsible for the development, refinement, and maintenance of the Company s global data privacy policies consistent with applicable regulations, including those of the US and the EU. Work across various functions of the Company, including with the Director of Information Security, with firm's product and service managers, and with regional Associate General Counsel, all having the goal of helping to ensure the Company s compliance with regulations and management of risk through appropriate contractual protections. Assist in developing and managing the implementation of Company s privacy program, including development and maintenance policies and procedures, compliance materials, and employee training. Advise on the global data protection regulatory framework, including the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation. Managing the Company s Privacy Shield certification. Review and advise on contracts involving the collection, protection, transfer or and use of data, whether firm's data, an employee s data, or that of another party such an firm's customer or business partner. Develop and maintain an incident response plan in collaboration with the Company s IT security team. Assist with data and security incidents and breach responses. Partnering closely with and advising the Company s HR, IT security, product and business teams on privacy and data protection-related matters, including privacy by design. Monitoring significant legislative and regulatory activity, legal developments and industry guidelines involving data privacy and security. In collaboration with other departments (e.g., Information Security, Quality, and Finance) establish an internal privacy and data protection monitoring and audit program and providing support for the same. Provide informational updates to senior leadership and firm's Board of Directors. All tasks and responsibilities are deemed as essential functions to this position. however, business conditions may require reasonable accommodations for additional tasks and responsibilities.

The candidate must have 12 years of experience either in-house with a multinational, publicly traded company with a mid-tier or large firm, with a least 5 years in a role(s) requiring in-depth knowledge of data privacy/data protection laws and regulations in at least the US and EU, preferably as counsel to software or technology companies. Must have experience in drafting, implementing, and managing corporate data privacy and protection policies. Should have JD degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must have Admission to at least one State Bar and in good standing. APP membership with certifications such as CIPP/US, CIPP/E and/or CIPP/M (or comparable) is beneficial.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NEII137610
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will support business leaders as lead counsel negotiating favorable agreements with payment processors and disbursement partners around the world. Work will be critical to ensuring that our agreements meet a high bar that sets firm up for long-term success and scalability while identifying and mitigating legal risks. Responsible for ensuring that business objectives are met and legal risks are appropriately identified and mitigated in other major contract areas. In addition, you will lead our organization s contract oversight and management function. Communicates clearly both orally and in writing. Exercise sound judgment and discretion including the ability to stand their ground. Works well with people at all levels inside and outside the company. Must be Washington State qualified corporate lawyer with 8+ legal experience, ideally in a combination of a large international law firm, and in-house with a financial services and/or technology multinational. Should have 5+ years of legal experience as an in-house transactional legal counsel, preferably with some portion of that experience in technology and commercial transactions. Should have 3+ years of legal experience in a top national or international law firm. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and general comfort with learning new software skills is needed. Strong transactional background, with familiarity with IT/technology transactions is a plus. Working knowledge of payments, financial services regulation, and the fintech industry is needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Attorney
Refer job# DVNJ137523
 
Senior Corporate Attorney Responsibilities: Working closely with both FHS management and the legal teams to set the strategic direction of the business. Providing legal advice on marketing materials and equipment sales, medical services and related contracts, and supporting sales, marketing and contracts management teams, on a wide range of issues involving commercial, healthcare regulatory and risks management issues. Providing comprehensive advice for joint venture and distribution arrangements worldwide, with a focus of healthcare regulatory, government contract and anti-corruption considerations. Working closely with Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance team on FDA and third-party audits, medical device registrations, customer complaints and other matters. Playing a leading role in the selection and management of outside counsel for matters, and helping to manage their work product and costs. Collaborating with other Professional Instrumentation legal teammates to administer compliance with Standards of Conduct, Anti-Corruption and healthcare-related policies, including tracking regional and local compliance. Supporting the business development team in reviewing and closing acquisitions and disposals of businesses. Assisting in litigation management, including preparing discovery and management of outside counsel. Supporting all areas of the organization, including HR, Operations and Finance. Working with the Professional Instrumentation international, trade compliance and anti-corruption legal teams to address matters worldwide, to ensure consistency, cooperation and superior service. Working with Fluke intellectual property counsel to manage IP considerations worldwide. Monitoring significant changes in laws and regulations and compliance trends that apply to operations and activities and developing policies to ensure continuing compliance. Providing training on Standards of Conduct and medical device and healthcare services-related legal issues to associates. Working with other business units and on special projects in consultation with the legal teams.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited law school with strong academic credentials. 7+ years of strong legal leadership in the healthcare industry, with a preference for direct experience with medical devices and/or medical services; a combination of experience with an internationally recognized law firm and prior in-house experience in these areas is also a plus. Experience interacting with the FDA and other global authorities regulating medical device and medical service offerings. Strong knowledge of the U.S. Anti-Kickback Statute, Physician Payments Sunshine Act, False Claims Act, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, federal healthcare regulations and similar laws and regulations globally that apply to medical equipment sales and services offered by FHS. Prior litigation and lawyer/legal professional management experience preferred. Fluent in English; additional language skills preferred. Must have a broad range of commercial and healthcare-related legal expertise to be able to provide comprehensive and strategic legal advice to the senior management team. Must be able to work cross-functionally, have cultural sensitivity and influence others both internally and externally to the organization (including Finance, HR, Operations, and Commercial). Must have strong attention to detail, including the preparation, management and tracking of complex agreements and other documentation. Must have unquestioned integrity and excellent judgment; must be able to provide pragmatic legal advice to senior management and evaluate and address risks across a range of legal issues. Must be process-oriented and able to build sustainable standard work and systems. Must have strong capabilities to spot legal issues and correspondingly strong capacity to communicate solutions or paths to resolution; must a practical problem-solver. Must be capable of working independently and collaboratively, across matrixed ¯ legal and business organizations, and willing to take on a wide range of strategic and tactical tasks. Must have strong organizational skills, with ability to handle many complex issues simultaneously, prioritizing and effectively managing time.
 
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Legal Counsel - Outbound Contracts
Refer job# GAIS137468
 
Legal Counsel - Outbound Contracts The candidate will draft, review and negotiate global contracts in support of the company's procurement organization, finance, licensing, technology and other corporate departments and business units. Must have 5-12 years of relevant legal experience (preferably 3+ years in-house). Should preferably have experience in drafting, reviewing and negotiating software license agreements, IT services contracts (e.g., Cloud and hosting agreements), IT infrastructure contracts, IP licenses, online advertisement/marketing agreements, ISDA contracts, construction contracts, property related documents, treasury contracts, structured finance documents, hardware purchase and leasing agreements, staffing contracts, IT development agreements, collaboration agreements, non-disclosure agreements, bank guarantees etc. Understanding of software license compliance issues, including open source software and related copyright issues will be preferred. Knowledge of legal and compliance issues, such as data protection issues, relating to cross-border transactions is desired. Exposure to contract disputes, including dispute resolution and/or litigation is an asset.
 
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Legal Counsel - Outbound Contracts
Refer job# NIJB137480
 
Legal Counsel - Outbound Contracts The candidate will draft, review and negotiate global contracts in support of the company's procurement organization, finance, licensing, technology and other corporate departments and business units. Must have 5-12 years of relevant legal experience (preferably 3+ years in-house). Should preferably have experience in drafting, reviewing and negotiating software license agreements, IT services contracts (e.g., Cloud and hosting agreements), IT infrastructure contracts, IP licenses, online advertisement/marketing agreements, ISDA contracts, construction contracts, property related documents, treasury contracts, structured finance documents, hardware purchase and leasing agreements, staffing contracts, IT development agreements, collaboration agreements, non-disclosure agreements, bank guarantees etc. Understanding of software license compliance issues, including open source software and related copyright issues will be preferred. Knowledge of legal and compliance issues, such as data protection issues, relating to cross-border transactions is desired. Exposure to contract disputes, including dispute resolution and/or litigation is an asset.
 
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