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Data Privacy Officer/Privacy Counsel

Sunnyvale CA Data Privacy Officer/Privacy Counsel Duties: Advise internal stakeholders and offer actionable guidance and solutions on the application, impact and implementation of all applicable global privacy and data protection laws, including GDPR, HIPAA, the California Consumer Privacy Act and other national, state and industry-specific laws, regulations and standards. Assist with the development, review and resolution of DPIAs/PIAs. Implement, support and report on Appens data privacy operational compliance requirements - e.g. Data privacy impact assessment process, data subject access review process - for applicable data privacy laws. Advise product management and engineering teams on a full range of issues related to new and existing products and services throughout the entire product life-cycle such as those relating to privacy and security by design and default, software licensing, intellectual property protection, open source issues and data governance and retention. Negotiate and review commercial and sales agreements, generally but with a focus on privacy and data protection risks in licensing, OEM arrangements, partnerships, contractor and vendor agreements. Draft and/or revise internal and external-facing privacy policies and program documents. Collaborate with Information Security and other stakeholders to handle incident response, including the review, coordination and management of potential privacy or data security incidents and related investigations, notifications and other resolution efforts. Create and provide relevant training and ongoing awareness to internal clients and other stakeholders. Serve on Privacy Committee and provide legal and strategic guidance on privacy activities, including cross-functional initiatives. Review marketing materials and other communications relating to the design and operation of products and services, including to assist in the communication of data use and protection.

Qualifications: Bachelor Degree required, JD preferred and active bar membership in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. IAPP certification a plus. 3+ years of combined, relevant experience in law firms, governmental agencies, and/or in-house legal departments advising on a full range of product development matters. Familiarity with launching global products and advising on the legal and regulatory aspects of software product development in the technology space. Fluency in translating legal advice into actionable guidance for innovative product and business teams. Ability to organize, prioritize, and manage projects effectively. Sound and practical business judgment, intellectual creativity, and problem-solving skills. Excellent written and oral communication and negotiation skills. Excellent leadership skills in a high-growth environment; a track record of driving for results. Responsive and service-oriented attitude. Strong work ethic with an attention to detail. Ability to maintain strong working relationships with company executives and external clients. Integrity. Current on CCPA and GDPR requirements and regulations. Proven ability to successfully manage and deliver complex Information Technology and Business projects contracts. Demonstrated negotiation and problem-solving skills. Robust skills in Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe, DocuSign, Visio. Ability to work with a variety of personality types and recognise issue urgency and need. A professional approach and a willingness to work in a high performing team that values openness and transparency. Experience dealing with redline review process and contract admin protocol. Experience working with in-house legal counsel on reviewing contract agreements when needed. Strong interpersonal skills.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-10-02

Senior Director, Contracts Counsel

Redwood City CA Senior Director, Contracts Counsel The candidate will be responsible for leading the contracting function at firm, including managing day-to-day contracting needs. Will report to the General Counsel. Lead the contracting function, including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a wide variety of contracts (e.g., MSAs, SOWs, various vendor agreements, consulting agreements, MTAs, clinical CRO agreements, manufacturing agreements, license agreements, and software licenses). Review clinical-trial related documents (e.g., ICFs and general legal correspondence). Take a practical approach to contracting focused on the needs of the business and internal clients. Work closely with internal clients to identify and articulate contract issues and risks, provide practical advice, become a trusted partner and ensure efficient and effective completion of contracts. Work closely with the General Counsel to review existing contracts process and contracts management system, and modify and optimize to meet legal and business needs. Manage contracts process and contracts management system, and educate internal clients. Review existing contract templates and implement changes as needed. Manage contracts management system vendor. Manage outside counsel and related budget. Provide general legal advice on, and support for, other corporate matters.

The candidate should have a JD degree from an accredited law school. Must be admitted to practice in at least one state, preferably CA, and in good standing. Should have 8+ years of relevant legal experience, with 5+ years of experience at a biotechnology or pharmaceutical company, preferably in early-stage development. Experience managing and optimizing contracts management systems required. Experience with clinical contracting strongly preferred. Experience with GDPR and other privacy laws preferred. Excellent communication, negotiation, presentation, and interpersonal skills essential.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-10-02

Senior Corporate Counsel, Litigation

Fremont CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Litigation The candidate will Develop and drive strategy for the growing consumer docket. Represent and manage outside counsel in lawsuits, arbitrations, mediations, and other proceedings. - Negotiate resolutions of pre-litigation disputes. Identify areas of potential litigation ore regulatory risk and counsel the business to minimize exposure in consumer litigation (any litigation related to a customer or consumer). Supervise and manage outside counsel and closely monitor legal expenses. Should have 5+ years litigation experience, preferably handling a large, mostly autonomous docket with direct client handling skills. Insurance defense experience is a plus. Should have J.D. with excellent academic credentials. Evidence of exceptional ability and resourcefulness, as well as developed and mature litigation instinct.Excellent analytical and writing skills are a must. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-09-28

Corporate Counsel

San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Assist in the development and implementation of policies, procedures, systems and related initiatives, subject to the general oversight of the General Counsel. Draft, review, negotiate, and interpret agreements in support of various company departments (e.g., finance, human resources, IT, engineering, maintenance), and advise on contract status, legal risks, and liabilities, subject to the general oversight of the General Counsel. Assists the General Counsel in providing coordination, direction, and oversight of the Legal Department, including strategic and tactical planning. Assists the General Counsel in providing comprehensive legal counsel, representation, and oversight on the wide range of legal matters affecting related entities. Collaborate across the organization to ensure the company is in compliance with all relevant laws and regulations. Provides an important interface between the Legal Department and internal and external constituencies. Assist in negotiation of merger/ acquisition/ joint venture transactions and provide due diligence support. Interact with local, state, and federal regulatory agencies. Monitors changes in relevant legal areas and provides education to the legal and leadership teams as appropriate on substantive legal topics, including those related to the maritime and hospitality industries. Leads the formulation and implementation of short-term and long-term goals and plans to improve the efficiency and efficacy of the Legal Department, including evaluating metrics and performance of internal and outside legal counsel. Investigate and research claims by and against the company, and proactively anticipate and guard against legal risks facing the company.

Qualifications: JD from an accredited law school. Admitted, in good standing, and licensed to practice in the State of California. 2-5 years of relevant in-house counsel or law firm experience. Experience and knowledge in risk management and evaluation. Strong organization skills and attention to detail with an ability to handle heavy workload and pivoting priorities according to business needs. Outstanding legal researcher, with strong (practical) writing and analytical skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills with the ability to convey positions in a clear, concise and effective manner. Experience with environmental, transportation, maritime, or other heavily regulated industries strongly preferred. Able to balance legal risk with business objectives. Self-starter who demonstrates superior interpersonal skills, ownership/accountability. Strong judgment, attention to detail, interpersonal and communication skills, with demonstrated teaming ability to work well with, influence, and inform diverse groups, including peers and clients. Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2019-09-23

Associate Corporate Counsel

Culver City CA Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will serve as a primary lawyer responsible for counseling the business and drafting commercial agreements, and you will be responsible for independently and effectively solving a broad range of product and regulatory issues. You will work directly with the business, serving as lead counsel on strategic deals, providing day-to-day advice, resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships, and handling pre-litigation disputes and inquiries. Principal duties include structuring, drafting, and negotiating complex distribution, licensing, marketing, and other commercial agreements, and providing ongoing legal counsel across a wide range of areas, including intellectual property, digital media, and regulatory compliance. Some travel will be required. Should have J. D. degree from an accredited law school and active membership in one state bar is required, 2+ years experience as a transactional attorney, preferably with some portion of that experience in IP, technology, or entertainment transactions. 2+ years experience in a top national or international law firm. A mix of corporate law firm and in-house experience is a plus. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-09-22

Associate General Counsel, Global Privacy

San Francisco CA Associate General Counsel, Global Privacy The candidate will be responsible for: Negotiate data processing agreements with customers, partners and vendors to support Zuora s sales, operations and compliance obligations. Analyze new and current laws and regulations and advise on our privacy and security obligations to support our business, sales, compliance, marketing and product teams. Work closely with cross-functional teams, including senior management, on privacy and security matters to support operations and new initiatives to foster awareness and ensure compliance with regulatory and contractual obligations across the company. Assist in the continued improvement of Zuora s global privacy program (e. g. , policies, procedures, training programs, compliance programs, playbooks, etc. ). Coordinate with outside counsel as necessary with respect to data protection and security matters. Undertake other projects as required as part of a small legal team. Should have 7-10 years of relevant experience, with a focus on privacy compliance, in-house counseling and agreement negotiations. Must have substantial knowledge of privacy and security laws and regulations, especially in the European Union, as they relate to a U. S. based technology company. Deep experience partnering with and providing timely support to in-house business partners is required. CIPP certification is strongly preferred. Substantial experience with SaaS and software is strongly preferred. Must have relevant law firm and in-house experience (ideally at a fast-growing, global SaaS company). Should have Degree from a top law school with exceptional academic credentials. Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-09-22

Senior Corporate Counsel (Litigation And IP)

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel (Litigation And IP) The candidate responsibilities will include: Manage all aspects of existing and new general and intellectual property litigation and adversarial matters, including managing domestic and foreign external counsel, drafting and reviewing documentation, coordinating internal discovery, and managing productions. Work closely with outside counsel in formulating strategy, drafting pleadings, briefs, and managing discovery, including e-discovery. Develop and implement scalable and best practices solutions to litigation management, including building an internal discovery and retention practice. Educate members of internal partner teams regarding litigation, contract interpretation, privilege, and dispute management best practices. Draft and negotiate settlement agreements. Manage non-litigation and pre-litigation enforcement matters and disputes related to a variety of potential matters, widely ranging from commercial disputes to other corporate matters - with an emphasis on providing practical solutions. Occasional management or participation in collections actions, including but not limited to, insolvency and/or bankruptcy proceedings in jurisdictions worldwide. Manage Patent, Trademark, Copyright and Open Source Programs. Manage and implement improvement to internal policies for open source licensing of company technology and the integration of open source technology with company products. Work with engineering and product teams to recognize and document innovation to expand patent portfolio and manage and promote programs to incentivize patent applications throughout organization. Hands on ability to prosecute US and foreign patent applications and manage patent docket. Develop company s strategy for and prosecute a worldwide trademark program for key marks and brand images. Closely manage worldwide trademark enforcement efforts. Manage and oversee brand usage policies. Manage DMCA takedown and trademark infringement policies and procedures. Assist in the negotiation and execution of key licenses to technologies incorporated in company products and utilized internally to support key functions. Represent IP Function with Partnering Legal Team Members. Perform due diligence for strategic transactions and public disclosure matters related to IP matters. Work with commercial team to optimize IP provisions of customer facing and vendor contracts. Must have J. D. or equivalent from a leading program with strong academic credentials. Should have Admission in good standing to practice in the state of California and with 7+ years of experience at a leading law firm or a mix of a leading law firm and in-house at a technology company. Must have extensive litigation experience with a focus on intellectual property. Prior experience with responses to legal orders and developing related policies required. Expertise in the incorporation of open source technologies and strategic open source licensing needed. An in-depth understanding of patent law and prosecution strategies essential. A working knowledge of trademark law, prosecution strategies and enforcement programs required. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-09-22

Corporate Counsel, Private Markets And Investor Services

San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel, Private Markets and Investor Services The candidate will provide legal support for Private Markets and Investor Services teams, which focus on working with product and service offerings for privately held companies and venture capital funds. Will work on a variety of cross-functional projects, working with our Sales, Business Development, Marketing, Product, and Engineering teams. Work hand in hand with other members of the legal team on a wide range of issues including securities laws, corporate governance, private equity, and M&A. Draft, review and update documents and materials for products and services offered by firm's. Draft and negotiate transaction documents, corporate governance actions, and commercial agreements. Help build scalable and effective processes for legal review and to help launch new products, new business initiatives, or expand existing businesses into new market centers. Support the delivery and product teams with customer inquiries related to legal subject areas. Work on a wide variety of issues centered around compliance, business development, marketing and commercialization of the firm's technology solutions offered to customers. Must have 5+ years of working for a top law firm or in-house experience. Should have experience drafting and negotiating venture transaction agreements and commercial contracts. Deep understanding of laws, regulations, and business considerations that apply to securities transactions, mergers and acquisitions, private placements, corporate governance, and equity compensation is required. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-09-22

Employment Counsel

San Francisco CA Employment Counsel Duties: Provide advice and counseling on a range of employment law issues, including recruiting, hiring, employee relations, diversity and inclusion, performance management, leaves of absence and accommodations, wage and hour, internal investigations, compensation and benefits, privacy, contingent workforce issues, and immigration. Partner with the People, Recruiting and Sales Operations teams to evaluate and implement employment, recruiting and compensation practices, policies, and processes that balance legal compliance with the culture we want, and our employees deserve. Draft and review employment-related agreements and templates. Advise on investigations and respond to claims, demand letters, administrative complaints, audits, and other employment-related inquiries. Conduct audits, classification reviews, and support other compliance efforts. Assist in managing labor and employment matters, disputes and litigation, as needed. Assist in developing and conducting training and education programs for interns, employees, managers, and the People team. Collaborate with local counsel to advise the People team and management on international employment and immigration issues.

Qualifications: JD Degree required. Bar admission and in good standing in at least one state. 5+ years' experience working at a major law firm, with prior in-house experience preferred. International employment experience is a plus. Ability to draft documents, policies, messages and anything else in a very precise manner, while still being concise and digestible for non-lawyers. It is a clich, but attention to detail really is a requirement. Flexibility to adapt and thrive in an environment that is constantly changing with an ability to prioritize and re-prioritize based upon the needs of the business. High integrity and excellent judgment, supported by a point of view that is thought out and communicated well. An ambitious mindset that enables you to successfully work independently with little guidance, but also to use good judgment and call out issues when needed. Entrepreneurial desire to assist in building out a Legal function that is supportive, collaborative, transparent and cross-functional with other Legal team members. Ability to work cross-functionality with different departments to reach alignment and buy-in.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-09-20

Managing Counsel Corporate & Commercial

Los Angeles CA Managing Counsel - Corporate & Commercial Duties: Provide corporate and commercial legal services to affiliates and subsidiaries. Drafting and negotiating contracts, drafting and implementation of corporate policies and procedures, and day-to-day counseling and advice at a major law firm and/or corporate law department. Will report directly to the General Counsel of the Americas and will help to oversee a network of over Group companies that design, manufacture, and sell a wide variety of electric components, electrical wires and cables, industrial materials, information and communication devices, and cutting-edge energy storage.

Requirements: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school and membership in good standing with one state Bar 8+ years of relevant general corporate and commercial legal experience, preferably including experience in both a major law firm and a corporate law department. Experience counseling businesses on a variety of issues including commercial matters and disputes, contract negotiations, procurement- and sales-related matters, corporate governance matters, and best practices for corporate policies and procedures. Experience with drafting and negotiating contracts of various degrees of complexity. Ability to work closely with business stakeholders to understand their business processes, applications, and technologies. Ability to operate in a fast-paced, sophisticated, and congenial work environment. Ability to supervise and work closely with outside counsel to identify and minimize business risks and to achieve strategic objectives in a cost-effective, timely basis. Willingness to work cooperatively to grow and develop the legal function to support mature and successful businesses as we build out a sophisticated legal department. Ability to work variable hours and travel, as needed, to both domestic and international locations.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-09-20
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Associate General Counsel (Technology Transactions)
In-House,Anthem, Inc.
Location : Los Angeles, CA, United States

Associate General Counsel (Technology Transactions) The candidate will support technology-focused transactions, including inbound and outbound technology and software licensing, and sourcing and supply agreements for technology goods and services, i... + read more

oct 04, 2019


Associate General Counsel (Technology Transactions)
In-House,Anthem, Inc.
Location : San Diego, CA, United States

Associate General Counsel (Technology Transactions) The candidate will support technology-focused transactions, including inbound and outbound technology and software licensing, and sourcing and supply agreements for technology goods and services, i... + read more

oct 04, 2019


Associate General Counsel (Technology Transactions)
In-House,Anthem, Inc.
Location : San Francisco, CA, United States

Associate General Counsel (Technology Transactions) The candidate will support technology-focused transactions, including inbound and outbound technology and software licensing, and sourcing and supply agreements for technology goods and services, i... + read more

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Data Privacy Officer/Privacy Counsel
Refer job# UGUM146109
 
Data Privacy Officer/Privacy Counsel Duties: Advise internal stakeholders and offer actionable guidance and solutions on the application, impact and implementation of all applicable global privacy and data protection laws, including GDPR, HIPAA, the California Consumer Privacy Act and other national, state and industry-specific laws, regulations and standards. Assist with the development, review and resolution of DPIAs/PIAs. Implement, support and report on Appens data privacy operational compliance requirements - e.g. Data privacy impact assessment process, data subject access review process - for applicable data privacy laws. Advise product management and engineering teams on a full range of issues related to new and existing products and services throughout the entire product life-cycle such as those relating to privacy and security by design and default, software licensing, intellectual property protection, open source issues and data governance and retention. Negotiate and review commercial and sales agreements, generally but with a focus on privacy and data protection risks in licensing, OEM arrangements, partnerships, contractor and vendor agreements. Draft and/or revise internal and external-facing privacy policies and program documents. Collaborate with Information Security and other stakeholders to handle incident response, including the review, coordination and management of potential privacy or data security incidents and related investigations, notifications and other resolution efforts. Create and provide relevant training and ongoing awareness to internal clients and other stakeholders. Serve on Privacy Committee and provide legal and strategic guidance on privacy activities, including cross-functional initiatives. Review marketing materials and other communications relating to the design and operation of products and services, including to assist in the communication of data use and protection.

Qualifications: Bachelor Degree required, JD preferred and active bar membership in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. IAPP certification a plus. 3+ years of combined, relevant experience in law firms, governmental agencies, and/or in-house legal departments advising on a full range of product development matters. Familiarity with launching global products and advising on the legal and regulatory aspects of software product development in the technology space. Fluency in translating legal advice into actionable guidance for innovative product and business teams. Ability to organize, prioritize, and manage projects effectively. Sound and practical business judgment, intellectual creativity, and problem-solving skills. Excellent written and oral communication and negotiation skills. Excellent leadership skills in a high-growth environment; a track record of driving for results. Responsive and service-oriented attitude. Strong work ethic with an attention to detail. Ability to maintain strong working relationships with company executives and external clients. Integrity. Current on CCPA and GDPR requirements and regulations. Proven ability to successfully manage and deliver complex Information Technology and Business projects contracts. Demonstrated negotiation and problem-solving skills. Robust skills in Microsoft Office software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe, DocuSign, Visio. Ability to work with a variety of personality types and recognise issue urgency and need. A professional approach and a willingness to work in a high performing team that values openness and transparency. Experience dealing with redline review process and contract admin protocol. Experience working with in-house legal counsel on reviewing contract agreements when needed. Strong interpersonal skills.
 
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Senior Director, Contracts Counsel
Refer job# MXUF146110
 
Senior Director, Contracts Counsel The candidate will be responsible for leading the contracting function at firm, including managing day-to-day contracting needs. Will report to the General Counsel. Lead the contracting function, including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a wide variety of contracts (e.g., MSAs, SOWs, various vendor agreements, consulting agreements, MTAs, clinical CRO agreements, manufacturing agreements, license agreements, and software licenses). Review clinical-trial related documents (e.g., ICFs and general legal correspondence). Take a practical approach to contracting focused on the needs of the business and internal clients. Work closely with internal clients to identify and articulate contract issues and risks, provide practical advice, become a trusted partner and ensure efficient and effective completion of contracts. Work closely with the General Counsel to review existing contracts process and contracts management system, and modify and optimize to meet legal and business needs. Manage contracts process and contracts management system, and educate internal clients. Review existing contract templates and implement changes as needed. Manage contracts management system vendor. Manage outside counsel and related budget. Provide general legal advice on, and support for, other corporate matters.

The candidate should have a JD degree from an accredited law school. Must be admitted to practice in at least one state, preferably CA, and in good standing. Should have 8+ years of relevant legal experience, with 5+ years of experience at a biotechnology or pharmaceutical company, preferably in early-stage development. Experience managing and optimizing contracts management systems required. Experience with clinical contracting strongly preferred. Experience with GDPR and other privacy laws preferred. Excellent communication, negotiation, presentation, and interpersonal skills essential.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Litigation
Refer job# OMNI146103
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Litigation The candidate will Develop and drive strategy for the growing consumer docket. Represent and manage outside counsel in lawsuits, arbitrations, mediations, and other proceedings. - Negotiate resolutions of pre-litigation disputes. Identify areas of potential litigation ore regulatory risk and counsel the business to minimize exposure in consumer litigation (any litigation related to a customer or consumer). Supervise and manage outside counsel and closely monitor legal expenses. Should have 5+ years litigation experience, preferably handling a large, mostly autonomous docket with direct client handling skills. Insurance defense experience is a plus. Should have J.D. with excellent academic credentials. Evidence of exceptional ability and resourcefulness, as well as developed and mature litigation instinct.Excellent analytical and writing skills are a must.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VWEZ146072
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Assist in the development and implementation of policies, procedures, systems and related initiatives, subject to the general oversight of the General Counsel. Draft, review, negotiate, and interpret agreements in support of various company departments (e.g., finance, human resources, IT, engineering, maintenance), and advise on contract status, legal risks, and liabilities, subject to the general oversight of the General Counsel. Assists the General Counsel in providing coordination, direction, and oversight of the Legal Department, including strategic and tactical planning. Assists the General Counsel in providing comprehensive legal counsel, representation, and oversight on the wide range of legal matters affecting related entities. Collaborate across the organization to ensure the company is in compliance with all relevant laws and regulations. Provides an important interface between the Legal Department and internal and external constituencies. Assist in negotiation of merger/ acquisition/ joint venture transactions and provide due diligence support. Interact with local, state, and federal regulatory agencies. Monitors changes in relevant legal areas and provides education to the legal and leadership teams as appropriate on substantive legal topics, including those related to the maritime and hospitality industries. Leads the formulation and implementation of short-term and long-term goals and plans to improve the efficiency and efficacy of the Legal Department, including evaluating metrics and performance of internal and outside legal counsel. Investigate and research claims by and against the company, and proactively anticipate and guard against legal risks facing the company.

Qualifications: JD from an accredited law school. Admitted, in good standing, and licensed to practice in the State of California. 2-5 years of relevant in-house counsel or law firm experience. Experience and knowledge in risk management and evaluation. Strong organization skills and attention to detail with an ability to handle heavy workload and pivoting priorities according to business needs. Outstanding legal researcher, with strong (practical) writing and analytical skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills with the ability to convey positions in a clear, concise and effective manner. Experience with environmental, transportation, maritime, or other heavily regulated industries strongly preferred. Able to balance legal risk with business objectives. Self-starter who demonstrates superior interpersonal skills, ownership/accountability. Strong judgment, attention to detail, interpersonal and communication skills, with demonstrated teaming ability to work well with, influence, and inform diverse groups, including peers and clients. Advanced proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# DWUR146050
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will serve as a primary lawyer responsible for counseling the business and drafting commercial agreements, and you will be responsible for independently and effectively solving a broad range of product and regulatory issues. You will work directly with the business, serving as lead counsel on strategic deals, providing day-to-day advice, resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships, and handling pre-litigation disputes and inquiries. Principal duties include structuring, drafting, and negotiating complex distribution, licensing, marketing, and other commercial agreements, and providing ongoing legal counsel across a wide range of areas, including intellectual property, digital media, and regulatory compliance. Some travel will be required. Should have J. D. degree from an accredited law school and active membership in one state bar is required, 2+ years experience as a transactional attorney, preferably with some portion of that experience in IP, technology, or entertainment transactions. 2+ years experience in a top national or international law firm. A mix of corporate law firm and in-house experience is a plus.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Global Privacy
Refer job# KJFV146052
 
Associate General Counsel, Global Privacy The candidate will be responsible for: Negotiate data processing agreements with customers, partners and vendors to support Zuora s sales, operations and compliance obligations. Analyze new and current laws and regulations and advise on our privacy and security obligations to support our business, sales, compliance, marketing and product teams. Work closely with cross-functional teams, including senior management, on privacy and security matters to support operations and new initiatives to foster awareness and ensure compliance with regulatory and contractual obligations across the company. Assist in the continued improvement of Zuora s global privacy program (e. g. , policies, procedures, training programs, compliance programs, playbooks, etc. ). Coordinate with outside counsel as necessary with respect to data protection and security matters. Undertake other projects as required as part of a small legal team. Should have 7-10 years of relevant experience, with a focus on privacy compliance, in-house counseling and agreement negotiations. Must have substantial knowledge of privacy and security laws and regulations, especially in the European Union, as they relate to a U. S. based technology company. Deep experience partnering with and providing timely support to in-house business partners is required. CIPP certification is strongly preferred. Substantial experience with SaaS and software is strongly preferred. Must have relevant law firm and in-house experience (ideally at a fast-growing, global SaaS company). Should have Degree from a top law school with exceptional academic credentials.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel (Litigation And IP)
Refer job# UUHT146061
 
Senior Corporate Counsel (Litigation And IP) The candidate responsibilities will include: Manage all aspects of existing and new general and intellectual property litigation and adversarial matters, including managing domestic and foreign external counsel, drafting and reviewing documentation, coordinating internal discovery, and managing productions. Work closely with outside counsel in formulating strategy, drafting pleadings, briefs, and managing discovery, including e-discovery. Develop and implement scalable and best practices solutions to litigation management, including building an internal discovery and retention practice. Educate members of internal partner teams regarding litigation, contract interpretation, privilege, and dispute management best practices. Draft and negotiate settlement agreements. Manage non-litigation and pre-litigation enforcement matters and disputes related to a variety of potential matters, widely ranging from commercial disputes to other corporate matters - with an emphasis on providing practical solutions. Occasional management or participation in collections actions, including but not limited to, insolvency and/or bankruptcy proceedings in jurisdictions worldwide. Manage Patent, Trademark, Copyright and Open Source Programs. Manage and implement improvement to internal policies for open source licensing of company technology and the integration of open source technology with company products. Work with engineering and product teams to recognize and document innovation to expand patent portfolio and manage and promote programs to incentivize patent applications throughout organization. Hands on ability to prosecute US and foreign patent applications and manage patent docket. Develop company s strategy for and prosecute a worldwide trademark program for key marks and brand images. Closely manage worldwide trademark enforcement efforts. Manage and oversee brand usage policies. Manage DMCA takedown and trademark infringement policies and procedures. Assist in the negotiation and execution of key licenses to technologies incorporated in company products and utilized internally to support key functions. Represent IP Function with Partnering Legal Team Members. Perform due diligence for strategic transactions and public disclosure matters related to IP matters. Work with commercial team to optimize IP provisions of customer facing and vendor contracts. Must have J. D. or equivalent from a leading program with strong academic credentials. Should have Admission in good standing to practice in the state of California and with 7+ years of experience at a leading law firm or a mix of a leading law firm and in-house at a technology company. Must have extensive litigation experience with a focus on intellectual property. Prior experience with responses to legal orders and developing related policies required. Expertise in the incorporation of open source technologies and strategic open source licensing needed. An in-depth understanding of patent law and prosecution strategies essential. A working knowledge of trademark law, prosecution strategies and enforcement programs required.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Private Markets And Investor Services
Refer job# CFXT146063
 
Corporate Counsel, Private Markets and Investor Services The candidate will provide legal support for Private Markets and Investor Services teams, which focus on working with product and service offerings for privately held companies and venture capital funds. Will work on a variety of cross-functional projects, working with our Sales, Business Development, Marketing, Product, and Engineering teams. Work hand in hand with other members of the legal team on a wide range of issues including securities laws, corporate governance, private equity, and M&A. Draft, review and update documents and materials for products and services offered by firm's. Draft and negotiate transaction documents, corporate governance actions, and commercial agreements. Help build scalable and effective processes for legal review and to help launch new products, new business initiatives, or expand existing businesses into new market centers. Support the delivery and product teams with customer inquiries related to legal subject areas. Work on a wide variety of issues centered around compliance, business development, marketing and commercialization of the firm's technology solutions offered to customers. Must have 5+ years of working for a top law firm or in-house experience. Should have experience drafting and negotiating venture transaction agreements and commercial contracts. Deep understanding of laws, regulations, and business considerations that apply to securities transactions, mergers and acquisitions, private placements, corporate governance, and equity compensation is required.
 
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Employment Counsel
Refer job# TIBI146020
 
Employment Counsel Duties: Provide advice and counseling on a range of employment law issues, including recruiting, hiring, employee relations, diversity and inclusion, performance management, leaves of absence and accommodations, wage and hour, internal investigations, compensation and benefits, privacy, contingent workforce issues, and immigration. Partner with the People, Recruiting and Sales Operations teams to evaluate and implement employment, recruiting and compensation practices, policies, and processes that balance legal compliance with the culture we want, and our employees deserve. Draft and review employment-related agreements and templates. Advise on investigations and respond to claims, demand letters, administrative complaints, audits, and other employment-related inquiries. Conduct audits, classification reviews, and support other compliance efforts. Assist in managing labor and employment matters, disputes and litigation, as needed. Assist in developing and conducting training and education programs for interns, employees, managers, and the People team. Collaborate with local counsel to advise the People team and management on international employment and immigration issues.

Qualifications: JD Degree required. Bar admission and in good standing in at least one state. 5+ years' experience working at a major law firm, with prior in-house experience preferred. International employment experience is a plus. Ability to draft documents, policies, messages and anything else in a very precise manner, while still being concise and digestible for non-lawyers. It is a clich, but attention to detail really is a requirement. Flexibility to adapt and thrive in an environment that is constantly changing with an ability to prioritize and re-prioritize based upon the needs of the business. High integrity and excellent judgment, supported by a point of view that is thought out and communicated well. An ambitious mindset that enables you to successfully work independently with little guidance, but also to use good judgment and call out issues when needed. Entrepreneurial desire to assist in building out a Legal function that is supportive, collaborative, transparent and cross-functional with other Legal team members. Ability to work cross-functionality with different departments to reach alignment and buy-in.
 
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Managing Counsel Corporate & Commercial
Refer job# KJCK146024
 
Managing Counsel - Corporate & Commercial Duties: Provide corporate and commercial legal services to affiliates and subsidiaries. Drafting and negotiating contracts, drafting and implementation of corporate policies and procedures, and day-to-day counseling and advice at a major law firm and/or corporate law department. Will report directly to the General Counsel of the Americas and will help to oversee a network of over Group companies that design, manufacture, and sell a wide variety of electric components, electrical wires and cables, industrial materials, information and communication devices, and cutting-edge energy storage.

Requirements: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school and membership in good standing with one state Bar 8+ years of relevant general corporate and commercial legal experience, preferably including experience in both a major law firm and a corporate law department. Experience counseling businesses on a variety of issues including commercial matters and disputes, contract negotiations, procurement- and sales-related matters, corporate governance matters, and best practices for corporate policies and procedures. Experience with drafting and negotiating contracts of various degrees of complexity. Ability to work closely with business stakeholders to understand their business processes, applications, and technologies. Ability to operate in a fast-paced, sophisticated, and congenial work environment. Ability to supervise and work closely with outside counsel to identify and minimize business risks and to achieve strategic objectives in a cost-effective, timely basis. Willingness to work cooperatively to grow and develop the legal function to support mature and successful businesses as we build out a sophisticated legal department. Ability to work variable hours and travel, as needed, to both domestic and international locations.
 
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