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Counsel III - Corporate Properties

Redwood City CA Counsel III - Corporate Properties The candidate negotiates, prepares, reviews, and revises documents memorializing all aspects of real property transactions related to the property held or occupied by the enterprise for its own use, as well as related to the procurement of products and services necessary for the construction, operation, and management of company's expansive domestic and international facility portfolio. Reviews and analyzes laws and regulations that affect the acquisition, disposition, holding, construction, and operation of real property. Provides legal advice relating to risk, insurance, environmental, compliance, and regulatory matters with respect to company's real property portfolio. May conduct other research on matters pertaining to various aspects of the enterprises operations and provide legal advice on matters. May support the work of, and consult with, more senior counsel as circumstances may dictate.

The candidate must have 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney in real estate transactional matters with active State Bar membership. Should preferably have experience in the purchase, sale, and leasing of commercial, retail, or administrative real property. International experience with real estate transactional matters is desired. Ability to analyze legal issues in substantive law in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters is desired. Extensive knowledge and understanding of research, counsel, and guidance on complex legal questions or inquiries is an asset. Application Deadline: July 23, 2019.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-10

Counsel III - Corporate Properties

San Francisco CA Counsel III - Corporate Properties The candidate negotiates, prepares, reviews, and revises documents memorializing all aspects of real property transactions related to the property held or occupied by the enterprise for its own use, as well as related to the procurement of products and services necessary for the construction, operation, and management of company's expansive domestic and international facility portfolio. Reviews and analyzes laws and regulations that affect the acquisition, disposition, holding, construction, and operation of real property. Provides legal advice relating to risk, insurance, environmental, compliance, and regulatory matters with respect to company's real property portfolio. May conduct other research on matters pertaining to various aspects of the enterprises operations and provide legal advice on matters. May support the work of, and consult with, more senior counsel as circumstances may dictate.

The candidate must have 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney in real estate transactional matters with active State Bar membership. Should preferably have experience in the purchase, sale, and leasing of commercial, retail, or administrative real property. International experience with real estate transactional matters is desired. Ability to analyze legal issues in substantive law in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters is desired. Extensive knowledge and understanding of research, counsel, and guidance on complex legal questions or inquiries is an asset. Application Deadline: July 23, 2019.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-10

Corporate Counsel

San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel The candidate will assist General Counsel in managing a broad range of contracting, compliance, legal and risk matters for the company and its affiliates in a time sensitive environment. Should have 5+ years of private practice or in-house counsel experience in the engineering and/or construction industry. Responsibilities: Provide rapid, practical, business-oriented, and risk-aware legal advice to business clients.Draft, review, and negotiate various construction industry professional services contracts, other types of contracts, and documents with legal significance. Enhance standard contracting procedures and provide training on same. Prepare and present legal trainings and risk management seminars to staff on a wide range of legal, risk, and compliance topics. Manage operational compliance function (g., professional licensing). Collaborate with project personnel to proactively identify, assess, and mitigate risks and advise on dispute avoidance and risk mitigation strategies. Coordinate efforts of and manage outside attorneys on a case-by-case basis. Support subpoena and claims/litigation management, working with General Counsel, outside counsel, insurance representatives, and internal stakeholders as needed. Support contracting, risk and compliance efforts for operations outside of the United States. Collaborate with and facilitate cross-team decision-making amongst various internal stakeholders, including Legal Department, Finance Department, senior management, and other internal teams. Some travel may be required (approx. 25%). Maintain active participation in professional societies to keep abreast of relevant legal and compliance issues. Perform other duties as needed.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school. Should be Licensed to practice law in a U.S. state or Washington, D.C. Undergraduate engineering or construction management degree preferred. Should have 5+ years of relevant contracts experience in a law firm in the engineering, architecture and/or construction field and/or corporate legal department within an engineering, architeture and/or construction company. Requires a comprehensive knowledge of engineering/construction industry business practices and negotiation of prime contracts, subcontracts, teaming agreements, joint venture agreements, alternative delivery method contracts (g., design-build, public private partnership), parent company guarantees, and related contracts. Experience with collaboration and/or work share arrangements, leases, and U.S. federal government contracting a plus. Prior experience with launching initiatives and change management strongly desired. Spanish or Mandarin (speaking and writing) preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-08

Associate Corporate And Compliance Counsel

Temecula CA Associate Corporate and Compliance Counsel The candidate will coordinate with other organizational functions to convey the latest compliance laws, rules, regulations, and standards. Will be responsible for providing legal support to any compliance investigations and audits. Work closely with the senior management and human resources to evaluate and respond to suspected compliance violations, and for consistent enforcement, disclosure, and remedial action protocols. Review and draft legal documents and advice employees on legal and regulatory issues related to vendors, projects, and sales and marketing. Ensure the company exercises due diligence and sound internal controls to operate with integrity and protect against legal risk. Develop and document ethics and compliance policies and procedures. Provide advice on formation and maintenance of business entities including corporations, limited liability companies, and other joint venture arrangements. Work on acquisition and maintenance of contractor's license, business license, and other license required by regulatory agencies in various states or AHJs. Provide analysis and provide opinions on general corporate and governance matters related to a clients corporate structure, including inter-company mergers, consolidations, and other transfers or liquidations. Maintain a level of knowledge and staying abreast of regulatory change and industry development in all states where the Company operates. Provide preliminary legal review and research related to the Company's business expansion plans. Legal research and analysis of significant and/or unique contract requirements, special provisions and terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, and corporate policies and business unit process. Work in collaboration with other in-house attorneys and outside counsel. Other duties as assigned.

The candidate must be an active member of the CA State Bar. Must have 2-3 years of experience as In-House Attorney/Transactional Attorney and 2- 3 years working experience on regulatory compliance, contract drafting and/or contract review. Must have a valid CA Drivers License/Insurance and the ability to drive a personal vehicle to attend hearings and other legal matters as needed. Bilingual Spanish and English is a plus. Must have excellent writing, research and analytical skills. Must maintain a working knowledge of advertising, consumer protection, TCPA and privacy laws such as CAN SPAM and TCPA compliance as well as data breach laws and breach notification letters.
Legal 2 - 3 Full-time 2019-07-07

Senior Corporate Counsel, Operations

San Jose CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Operations The candidate will provide legal advice to firm's Supply Chain, Manufacturing and Engineering teams on joint development agreements, manufacturing agreements, strategic sourcing and supply agreements, indirect sourcing, logistics agreements. Will support product managers and technical teams with legal advice during product design and development on issues related to supply chain coordination. Lead agreement-making process and develop and maintain ongoing relationships with external manufacturing and supply chain vendors, including directly negotiating with partners and suppliers. Draft and maintain forms/templates for a variety of supply chain agreements including detailed negotiation position documents. Develop processes and procedures for conflict minerals compliance and direct and indirect procurement. Provide training to internal customers on a variety of legal issues. Manage supply-side legal operations and processes, including template agreements, playbooks and back-off positions, supply contract database and contract activity monitoring and metrics. Provide strategic and practical legal advice and subject matter expertise on a range of relevant supply-side legal, regulatory and operational matters, including: Security of supply; Supplier risk management on corruption and anti-bribery matters; Information security and data privacy. Corporate social responsibility. Procurement policies and procedures for both direct and indirect procurement. Conflict Minerals, trade compliance and related regulatory matter.

The candidate should have Degree in Law (JD / LLB) from an accredited law school. Must be Member in good standing of at least one state or provincial bar association. Must have 12 years of legal experience as a technology transactions attorney (with at least four years at a law firm); in-house experience in a technology company is a plus. Intellectual property background and licensing experience required. Patent licensing experience a plus. International experience is required.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-07

Corporate Counsel

Mountain View CA Corporate Counsel The Candidate will be responsible to draft, review, and negotiate complex SaaS and professional services agreements with global enterprises and any other type of commercial agreements or order forms as needed. Partner with relevant internal stakeholders, including sales, customer success, marketing, finance, operations, IT, and security, to drive negotiations to reduce contract cycle time. Assist in establishing internal corporate and legal policies and compliance programs and modify current company agreements/forms/legal playbook to streamline the deal desk process and produce consistency across agreements. Provide deep knowledge of data privacy/governance, cybersecurity, and IP and develop relevant strategy around risk mitigation. Perform other legal responsibilities and provide general business and legal advice to all departments as needed.

The candidate should have strong academic background and J.D. from highly-regarded school. Must be an active member of California or New York bar with 10+ years of experience drafting, reviewing, and negotiating complex enterprise SaaS and professional services agreements with global enterprises in a fast-paced environment. Both law firm and in-house experience preferred, Significant experience in compliance, data security, privacy, and intellectual property matters in addition to patent, trademark, and data protection laws. Independent, self-motivated individual with a great work ethic and an ability to deliver in a demanding and entrepreneurial environment in a timely manner. Demonstrated problem solving, analytical, process improvement skills, and attention to detail with a proven track record of effectively managing the escalation path of key legal and commercial issues. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with a positive, service-oriented attitude. Proven ability to communicate effectively across all levels of the organization. High ethical standards with demonstrated experience handling highly sensitive and confidential information. Ability to multi-task as well as prioritize and adhere to tight deadlines.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-07

Director, Real Estate and Special Counsel

San Francisco CA Director, Real Estate and Special Counsel The candidate will be responsible for leading negotiations from the finalization of the term sheet to lease signing. The Transaction Management team is responsible for driving the closing process, making business decisions, drafting and negotiating leases and ancillary documents, providing day-to-day counsel to internal teams on construction/design, risk management and dispute resolution issues. As a dedicated member of a territory deal team, this role requires a deep understanding of commercial leasing terms (or significant transactional experience and a willingness to learn) and passion for working cross-functionally to meet region and territory goals. Negotiate and draft leases, management agreements, subleases and other occupancy agreements, as well as ancillary documents such as SNDAs, estoppel certificates and access agreements. Confer with stakeholders, including construction and design, building operations, and finance to ensure each departments needs are met to secure the best possible member experience. Manage outside counsel and leverage them for drafting and in-person or teleconference negotiations as needed. Contribute to real estate investment committee presentations (and other meetings) and have up-to-date knowledge of major projects, deals and goals. Handle post-closing lease escalation matters. JD required from a Tier 1 law school. Must be member of a Bar. Should have 5+ years of transactional work experience in commercial real estate law at a top-tier firm or in-house legal department, or 3 or more years of significant leasing experience at a top-tier law firm or in-house legal department. Should have excellent drafting and negotiation capabilities. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-07

Corporate Counsel

Mountain View CA Corporate Counsel The candidate will do general corporate matters including corporate governance. Will maintain corporate minute books and other corporate records; ensure that corporate forms are filed on a timely basis; and ensure that the Companys Board of Directors and Board Committees function in accordance with applicable law, regulations, and policies. Oversee domestic and international entity management and governance, including supporting all domestic expansion initiatives. Work closely with our Finance team to address investor matters and manage stock transfers. Draft and negotiate asset and stock purchase agreements, joint venture and partnership agreements and other strategic partnering documents. Oversee and coordinate due diligence activities and provide risk-aware, actionable legal advice on M&A projects and initiatives. Develop compliance processes and policies, such as document retention, to minimize risk without limiting innovation. Work closely with our People team to ensure compliance with changing employment laws, draft and advise on equity and incentive compensation plans and employment-related agreements, and provide substantive support on all employment law matters. Review, draft and negotiate agreements with consultants and vendors. Be a key leader of the Legal and Compliance teams efforts in the preparation, implementation and refinement of forms, processes and procedures. Keep abreast of applicable laws, regulations and industry guidance that impact firms agreements and business practices.

The candidate must be admitted, and in active status and good standing with the California State Bar (or able to register for the California State Bars in-house counsel program), with 5+ years of relevant experience. Substantial experience managing securities, corporate governance and corporate finance matters at a large law firm or global corporation is essential. Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage several simultaneous projects under deadline pressure is essential. Superior communication skills, both verbally and in writing is essential.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-07

Corporate Counsel

Palo Alto CA Corporate Counsel The Candidate will act as a primary point of contact to teams throughout Confluent on general corporate and compliance matters including the Finance, Marketing, and People Team. Serve as a cornerstone to international expansion efforts by managing subsidiary formation, overseeing operationalization, and performing ongoing corporate maintenance. Assist in all stages of the M&A lifecycle for transactions small and large. Collaborate with stakeholders within the organization to prepare and manage global corporate policies and compliance - with a particular focus on data privacy, anti-bribery, and export control laws.

The Candidate must have 4+ years of experience working as an attorney at a top law firm and/or in-house position. JD from a top-tier law school is necessary. Active member of a state Bar, preferably California is required. Experience in several of the areas of responsibility, with extensive expertise in at least one is essential. Experience working in a high-growth start-up is preferred. Working knowledge of data privacy laws and GDPR is beneficial. Understanding of FCPA, OFAC, and export control laws is desired.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-07

Senior Attorney - Licensing And Land Use

Rosemead CA Senior Attorney - Licensing and Land Use Duties: Provide legal support to various leaders in other areas of the business, while collaborating with other Company representatives on decisions that impact utility operations. Represent SCE before the California Public Utilities in proceedings seeking approval to construct major electric infrastructure. Draft environmental documents, regulatory filings, briefs, and testimonies. Direct and manage outside counsel retained to support the companys legal needs.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited nationally recognized law school. Current member in good standing of the State Bar of CA. In 9th year of practicing regulatory or land use law since passing the bar. Combined experience can be at a law firm, corporate in-house setting or government authority. Top academic credentials. Experience with the California Environmental Quality Act and/or the National Environmental Policy Act. Experience in the utility or energy industry or administrative agency practice. Experience working with client organizations to develop and carry-out strategic initiatives, e.g., identification of factual and legal issues, development of prepared testimony, legal pleadings, discovery, witness preparation, cross-examination, oral argument, and legal briefs. Ability to independently handle proceedings as lead attorney in matters before regulatory agencies or first chair-level court experience. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively as part of a team including an ability to promote positive cooperation within the legal team, internal clients, and outside counsel.
Legal 9 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-06
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Counsel III - Corporate Properties
Refer job# ICQH144957
 
Counsel III - Corporate Properties The candidate negotiates, prepares, reviews, and revises documents memorializing all aspects of real property transactions related to the property held or occupied by the enterprise for its own use, as well as related to the procurement of products and services necessary for the construction, operation, and management of company's expansive domestic and international facility portfolio. Reviews and analyzes laws and regulations that affect the acquisition, disposition, holding, construction, and operation of real property. Provides legal advice relating to risk, insurance, environmental, compliance, and regulatory matters with respect to company's real property portfolio. May conduct other research on matters pertaining to various aspects of the enterprises operations and provide legal advice on matters. May support the work of, and consult with, more senior counsel as circumstances may dictate.

The candidate must have 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney in real estate transactional matters with active State Bar membership. Should preferably have experience in the purchase, sale, and leasing of commercial, retail, or administrative real property. International experience with real estate transactional matters is desired. Ability to analyze legal issues in substantive law in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters is desired. Extensive knowledge and understanding of research, counsel, and guidance on complex legal questions or inquiries is an asset. Application Deadline: July 23, 2019.
 
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Counsel III - Corporate Properties
Refer job# XYUQ144958
 
Counsel III - Corporate Properties The candidate negotiates, prepares, reviews, and revises documents memorializing all aspects of real property transactions related to the property held or occupied by the enterprise for its own use, as well as related to the procurement of products and services necessary for the construction, operation, and management of company's expansive domestic and international facility portfolio. Reviews and analyzes laws and regulations that affect the acquisition, disposition, holding, construction, and operation of real property. Provides legal advice relating to risk, insurance, environmental, compliance, and regulatory matters with respect to company's real property portfolio. May conduct other research on matters pertaining to various aspects of the enterprises operations and provide legal advice on matters. May support the work of, and consult with, more senior counsel as circumstances may dictate.

The candidate must have 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney in real estate transactional matters with active State Bar membership. Should preferably have experience in the purchase, sale, and leasing of commercial, retail, or administrative real property. International experience with real estate transactional matters is desired. Ability to analyze legal issues in substantive law in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters is desired. Extensive knowledge and understanding of research, counsel, and guidance on complex legal questions or inquiries is an asset. Application Deadline: July 23, 2019.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# QPXI144941
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will assist General Counsel in managing a broad range of contracting, compliance, legal and risk matters for the company and its affiliates in a time sensitive environment. Should have 5+ years of private practice or in-house counsel experience in the engineering and/or construction industry. Responsibilities: Provide rapid, practical, business-oriented, and risk-aware legal advice to business clients.Draft, review, and negotiate various construction industry professional services contracts, other types of contracts, and documents with legal significance. Enhance standard contracting procedures and provide training on same. Prepare and present legal trainings and risk management seminars to staff on a wide range of legal, risk, and compliance topics. Manage operational compliance function (g., professional licensing). Collaborate with project personnel to proactively identify, assess, and mitigate risks and advise on dispute avoidance and risk mitigation strategies. Coordinate efforts of and manage outside attorneys on a case-by-case basis. Support subpoena and claims/litigation management, working with General Counsel, outside counsel, insurance representatives, and internal stakeholders as needed. Support contracting, risk and compliance efforts for operations outside of the United States. Collaborate with and facilitate cross-team decision-making amongst various internal stakeholders, including Legal Department, Finance Department, senior management, and other internal teams. Some travel may be required (approx. 25%). Maintain active participation in professional societies to keep abreast of relevant legal and compliance issues. Perform other duties as needed.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school. Should be Licensed to practice law in a U.S. state or Washington, D.C. Undergraduate engineering or construction management degree preferred. Should have 5+ years of relevant contracts experience in a law firm in the engineering, architecture and/or construction field and/or corporate legal department within an engineering, architeture and/or construction company. Requires a comprehensive knowledge of engineering/construction industry business practices and negotiation of prime contracts, subcontracts, teaming agreements, joint venture agreements, alternative delivery method contracts (g., design-build, public private partnership), parent company guarantees, and related contracts. Experience with collaboration and/or work share arrangements, leases, and U.S. federal government contracting a plus. Prior experience with launching initiatives and change management strongly desired. Spanish or Mandarin (speaking and writing) preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Corporate And Compliance Counsel
Refer job# ZUAU144922
 
Associate Corporate and Compliance Counsel The candidate will coordinate with other organizational functions to convey the latest compliance laws, rules, regulations, and standards. Will be responsible for providing legal support to any compliance investigations and audits. Work closely with the senior management and human resources to evaluate and respond to suspected compliance violations, and for consistent enforcement, disclosure, and remedial action protocols. Review and draft legal documents and advice employees on legal and regulatory issues related to vendors, projects, and sales and marketing. Ensure the company exercises due diligence and sound internal controls to operate with integrity and protect against legal risk. Develop and document ethics and compliance policies and procedures. Provide advice on formation and maintenance of business entities including corporations, limited liability companies, and other joint venture arrangements. Work on acquisition and maintenance of contractor's license, business license, and other license required by regulatory agencies in various states or AHJs. Provide analysis and provide opinions on general corporate and governance matters related to a clients corporate structure, including inter-company mergers, consolidations, and other transfers or liquidations. Maintain a level of knowledge and staying abreast of regulatory change and industry development in all states where the Company operates. Provide preliminary legal review and research related to the Company's business expansion plans. Legal research and analysis of significant and/or unique contract requirements, special provisions and terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, and corporate policies and business unit process. Work in collaboration with other in-house attorneys and outside counsel. Other duties as assigned.

The candidate must be an active member of the CA State Bar. Must have 2-3 years of experience as In-House Attorney/Transactional Attorney and 2- 3 years working experience on regulatory compliance, contract drafting and/or contract review. Must have a valid CA Drivers License/Insurance and the ability to drive a personal vehicle to attend hearings and other legal matters as needed. Bilingual Spanish and English is a plus. Must have excellent writing, research and analytical skills. Must maintain a working knowledge of advertising, consumer protection, TCPA and privacy laws such as CAN SPAM and TCPA compliance as well as data breach laws and breach notification letters.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Operations
Refer job# QWBI144925
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Operations The candidate will provide legal advice to firm's Supply Chain, Manufacturing and Engineering teams on joint development agreements, manufacturing agreements, strategic sourcing and supply agreements, indirect sourcing, logistics agreements. Will support product managers and technical teams with legal advice during product design and development on issues related to supply chain coordination. Lead agreement-making process and develop and maintain ongoing relationships with external manufacturing and supply chain vendors, including directly negotiating with partners and suppliers. Draft and maintain forms/templates for a variety of supply chain agreements including detailed negotiation position documents. Develop processes and procedures for conflict minerals compliance and direct and indirect procurement. Provide training to internal customers on a variety of legal issues. Manage supply-side legal operations and processes, including template agreements, playbooks and back-off positions, supply contract database and contract activity monitoring and metrics. Provide strategic and practical legal advice and subject matter expertise on a range of relevant supply-side legal, regulatory and operational matters, including: Security of supply; Supplier risk management on corruption and anti-bribery matters; Information security and data privacy. Corporate social responsibility. Procurement policies and procedures for both direct and indirect procurement. Conflict Minerals, trade compliance and related regulatory matter.

The candidate should have Degree in Law (JD / LLB) from an accredited law school. Must be Member in good standing of at least one state or provincial bar association. Must have 12 years of legal experience as a technology transactions attorney (with at least four years at a law firm); in-house experience in a technology company is a plus. Intellectual property background and licensing experience required. Patent licensing experience a plus. International experience is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZWSK144927
 
Corporate Counsel The Candidate will be responsible to draft, review, and negotiate complex SaaS and professional services agreements with global enterprises and any other type of commercial agreements or order forms as needed. Partner with relevant internal stakeholders, including sales, customer success, marketing, finance, operations, IT, and security, to drive negotiations to reduce contract cycle time. Assist in establishing internal corporate and legal policies and compliance programs and modify current company agreements/forms/legal playbook to streamline the deal desk process and produce consistency across agreements. Provide deep knowledge of data privacy/governance, cybersecurity, and IP and develop relevant strategy around risk mitigation. Perform other legal responsibilities and provide general business and legal advice to all departments as needed.

The candidate should have strong academic background and J.D. from highly-regarded school. Must be an active member of California or New York bar with 10+ years of experience drafting, reviewing, and negotiating complex enterprise SaaS and professional services agreements with global enterprises in a fast-paced environment. Both law firm and in-house experience preferred, Significant experience in compliance, data security, privacy, and intellectual property matters in addition to patent, trademark, and data protection laws. Independent, self-motivated individual with a great work ethic and an ability to deliver in a demanding and entrepreneurial environment in a timely manner. Demonstrated problem solving, analytical, process improvement skills, and attention to detail with a proven track record of effectively managing the escalation path of key legal and commercial issues. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with a positive, service-oriented attitude. Proven ability to communicate effectively across all levels of the organization. High ethical standards with demonstrated experience handling highly sensitive and confidential information. Ability to multi-task as well as prioritize and adhere to tight deadlines.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Director, Real Estate and Special Counsel
Refer job# KGYW144931
 
Director, Real Estate and Special Counsel The candidate will be responsible for leading negotiations from the finalization of the term sheet to lease signing. The Transaction Management team is responsible for driving the closing process, making business decisions, drafting and negotiating leases and ancillary documents, providing day-to-day counsel to internal teams on construction/design, risk management and dispute resolution issues. As a dedicated member of a territory deal team, this role requires a deep understanding of commercial leasing terms (or significant transactional experience and a willingness to learn) and passion for working cross-functionally to meet region and territory goals. Negotiate and draft leases, management agreements, subleases and other occupancy agreements, as well as ancillary documents such as SNDAs, estoppel certificates and access agreements. Confer with stakeholders, including construction and design, building operations, and finance to ensure each departments needs are met to secure the best possible member experience. Manage outside counsel and leverage them for drafting and in-person or teleconference negotiations as needed. Contribute to real estate investment committee presentations (and other meetings) and have up-to-date knowledge of major projects, deals and goals. Handle post-closing lease escalation matters. JD required from a Tier 1 law school. Must be member of a Bar. Should have 5+ years of transactional work experience in commercial real estate law at a top-tier firm or in-house legal department, or 3 or more years of significant leasing experience at a top-tier law firm or in-house legal department. Should have excellent drafting and negotiation capabilities.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# DGKD144934
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will do general corporate matters including corporate governance. Will maintain corporate minute books and other corporate records; ensure that corporate forms are filed on a timely basis; and ensure that the Companys Board of Directors and Board Committees function in accordance with applicable law, regulations, and policies. Oversee domestic and international entity management and governance, including supporting all domestic expansion initiatives. Work closely with our Finance team to address investor matters and manage stock transfers. Draft and negotiate asset and stock purchase agreements, joint venture and partnership agreements and other strategic partnering documents. Oversee and coordinate due diligence activities and provide risk-aware, actionable legal advice on M&A projects and initiatives. Develop compliance processes and policies, such as document retention, to minimize risk without limiting innovation. Work closely with our People team to ensure compliance with changing employment laws, draft and advise on equity and incentive compensation plans and employment-related agreements, and provide substantive support on all employment law matters. Review, draft and negotiate agreements with consultants and vendors. Be a key leader of the Legal and Compliance teams efforts in the preparation, implementation and refinement of forms, processes and procedures. Keep abreast of applicable laws, regulations and industry guidance that impact firms agreements and business practices.

The candidate must be admitted, and in active status and good standing with the California State Bar (or able to register for the California State Bars in-house counsel program), with 5+ years of relevant experience. Substantial experience managing securities, corporate governance and corporate finance matters at a large law firm or global corporation is essential. Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage several simultaneous projects under deadline pressure is essential. Superior communication skills, both verbally and in writing is essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SICI144937
 
Corporate Counsel The Candidate will act as a primary point of contact to teams throughout Confluent on general corporate and compliance matters including the Finance, Marketing, and People Team. Serve as a cornerstone to international expansion efforts by managing subsidiary formation, overseeing operationalization, and performing ongoing corporate maintenance. Assist in all stages of the M&A lifecycle for transactions small and large. Collaborate with stakeholders within the organization to prepare and manage global corporate policies and compliance - with a particular focus on data privacy, anti-bribery, and export control laws.

The Candidate must have 4+ years of experience working as an attorney at a top law firm and/or in-house position. JD from a top-tier law school is necessary. Active member of a state Bar, preferably California is required. Experience in several of the areas of responsibility, with extensive expertise in at least one is essential. Experience working in a high-growth start-up is preferred. Working knowledge of data privacy laws and GDPR is beneficial. Understanding of FCPA, OFAC, and export control laws is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Attorney - Licensing And Land Use
Refer job# OLBY144902
 
Senior Attorney - Licensing and Land Use Duties: Provide legal support to various leaders in other areas of the business, while collaborating with other Company representatives on decisions that impact utility operations. Represent SCE before the California Public Utilities in proceedings seeking approval to construct major electric infrastructure. Draft environmental documents, regulatory filings, briefs, and testimonies. Direct and manage outside counsel retained to support the companys legal needs.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited nationally recognized law school. Current member in good standing of the State Bar of CA. In 9th year of practicing regulatory or land use law since passing the bar. Combined experience can be at a law firm, corporate in-house setting or government authority. Top academic credentials. Experience with the California Environmental Quality Act and/or the National Environmental Policy Act. Experience in the utility or energy industry or administrative agency practice. Experience working with client organizations to develop and carry-out strategic initiatives, e.g., identification of factual and legal issues, development of prepared testimony, legal pleadings, discovery, witness preparation, cross-examination, oral argument, and legal briefs. Ability to independently handle proceedings as lead attorney in matters before regulatory agencies or first chair-level court experience. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively as part of a team including an ability to promote positive cooperation within the legal team, internal clients, and outside counsel.
 
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