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Assistant Corporate Counsel

Los Angeles CA Assistant Corporate Counsel The candidate assist General Counsel and the KMIS law department as needed, including to reviewing and auditing of litigation and claims files. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-30

Director, Real Estate & Special Counsel

San Francisco CA Director, Real Estate and Special Counsel The candidate will report to a Senior Director, Real Estate and Special Counsel. Will 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.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from a Tier 1 law school. Should be a member of a Bar. Must have 5+ years of transactional work experience in commercial real estate law at a top-tier firm or in-house legal department OR 3+ years of significant leasing experience at a top-tier law firm or in-house legal department. Excellent drafting and negotiation capabilities are required. Strong understanding of both the commercial real estate industry and the interplay between legal and business risk is essential.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-30

Corporate Counsel

San Ramon CA Corporate Counsel in San Ramon, California The candidate will be responsible for handling all aspects of State and Federal employment-related agency claims and providing support and oversight on other employment litigation matters as assigned. Will provide day-to-day advice and counsel to Human Resource professionals on a broad range of employment issues and offer support on employment compliance initiatives and other project work. Handle all aspects of employment agency claims (e.g. DLSE, EEOC, and other federal and state employment agency matters) including investigating, drafting of position statements and mediating such claims as required. Provide other litigation support as directed by Sr. Corporate Counsel including handling attorney demand letters, overseeing individual litigation matters and providing discovery support in more complex matters. Remain current on employment law trends and make recommendations to Sr. Corporate Counsel regarding how to minimize potential legal exposure for the Company. Negotiate and draft settlement, severance and retention agreements. Provide support on compliance initiatives as directed by Sr. Counsel. Advise Human Resources on and assist Human Resources with the creation/updating of policies and guidelines as needed. Research and analyze compliance issues. Provide legal advice and counsel to Human Resources concerning a variety of legal topics including employee relations, employment policy and procedure, staffing strategies, benefits, performance management, disciplinary programs and terminations, severance programs, compensation and commission plans, wage and hour issues, equal employment opportunity laws and internal investigations. Develop and deliver training for Human Resource team, and other departments on employment compliance risk areas, trends, and labor and employment law developments. Report to the Sr. Corporate Counsel and works closely with the legal team, Human Resources team, as well as other departments within the Company, outside vendors, and outside attorneys.

The candidate must be California State Bar member. Must have 2-6 years of law experience in a law firm or in house corporate legal department with sole or concentrated focus on employment law. Must have broad based knowledge of Federal, State and Local employment laws. Strong communication skills and technical ability is essential. Must be proficient in MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and other computer systems. Strong academic credentials and law degree from an ABA accredited law school is essential.
Legal 2 - 6 Full-time 2019-06-30

Associate Counsel, Legal Affairs, Labor And Employment

Los Angeles CA Associate Counsel, Legal Affairs, Labor and Employment The candidate will be responsible for assisting the VP of Legal Affairs, Labor and Employment, Human Resources department and managers in the management and handling of all labor and employment and related compliance matters for Live Nation and its subsidiaries. Will work closely with the VP to ensure compliance with all labor and employment laws across the U.S. and Canada, and occasionally globally, including the development and interpretation of relevant laws and drafting appropriate written policies and programs to ensure compliance with such laws. Will also assist the VP with day-to-day advice and counsel and review and drafting of various employment related agreements. Will act with the highest level of integrity and business and personal ethical standards in all aspects of job performance. Responsibilities include, in conjunction with the VP of Legal Affairs, Labor and Employment: Monitoring and researching federal, state, and local employment laws, regulations and legislative updates to ensure the company is reacting to and HR is receiving information timely. Proactively identifying and discussing emerging compliance issues with VP and, as appropriate or directed, with HR or leadership, while also developing, preparing, and presenting compliance reporting to stakeholders, as necessary. Drafting appropriate policies and practices to ensure compliance with applicable employment laws. Supporting the HR leadership team to ensure that sound protocols and programs are in place to mitigate wage and hour, work authorization, and other HR and employment related compliance and risks. Managing routine compliance audits to ensure that HR and employment law compliance procedures are followed, and remediated as appropriate. Working with HR and business units to implement the recommendations and action items resulting from audits and new law updates. Leading employment law compliance related initiatives. Working with HR functions to assist in the development of employment compliance training programs. Collaborating with other functions to assess new projects and/or changes in process, or policy to identify controls and risks, to successfully communicate any changes needed and to develop any ongoing processes to ensure compliance. Assisting with, informing and creating necessary changes to the Employee Handbook as well as drafting and maintaining HR and employment policies. Providing general advice and counsel to HR and management on labor and employment related matters, as well as assisting with HR issues, wage and hour law, workers compensation, unemployment and other state agency claims, labor relations, employee benefits, employment agreements and policy related issues, FMLA matters, employment related pre-litigation matters. Providing general assistance to the VP of Legal Affairs, Labor and Employment and HR Department and performing other tasks as assigned from time to time by the VP. Conducting investigations into high level employe relations matters. Assisting with drafting, reviewing, analyzing and interpreting employment related agreements. Updating templates for various employment related contracts. Handling other employment related matters as may be periodically assigned.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from accredited law school and California bar membership in good standing, or willingness and qualification to be Registered In-House Counsel. Should have 3+ years of experience focused on employment law and HR compliance. Experience identifying and resolving issues independently, litigating and/or assisting with or managing wage and hour and employment discrimination litigation. Experience and ability to collect, interpret, and identify relevance of compliance-related information from multiple sources. Ability to review data and conduct analysis to determine applicable trends and make recommendations. Experience developing and/or reviewing policies, employment agreements, and supporting documentation. General understanding of federal and state employment laws and regulations (California expertise a plus), including but not limited to: wage and hour, equal employment, FMLA and other mandated leave regulations, Immigration Reform and Control Act (I-9), sexual harassment prevention training, etc. Excellent written and verbal communications skills - ability to interface with all levels of the organization and outside counsel. Experience delivering compliance and employment law training in small and large group settings. Strong organizational and time management skills necessary to manage multiple assignments in a rapidly changing environment. Some prior in-house experience is preferred. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. Excellent judgment and ability to make sound decisions in a fast-paced environment. Ability to take initiative and multi-task in a highly demanding, deadline-driven environment with strong follow-up. Ability to learn quickly, and work with minimal supervision and with a team. Experience in interacting and communicating with all levels of business operations.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-29

Corporate Counsel

Sunnyvale CA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Help structure, draft and negotiate complex transaction documents and participate in global cross-functional teams to execute transactions. Manage internal and external deal processes and drive continuous improvement and scalability in deal process and execution. Work on deal teams with other in-house attorneys and constituents and outside advisors on complex transactions Work as a team member evaluating, advising on and handling corporate securities and SEC reporting and compliance matters (including annual reports, proxy statements and other current and periodic reports); treasury activities (including corporate finance transactions); and corporate governance matters (including Board and Board Committees support and subsidiary governance/maintenance). Work collaboratively with Corporate Development, Finance, Human Resources and Marketing functions.

Qualifications: JD Degree and undergraduate degrees with excellent academic credentials. 7+ years of experience in a law firm and corporate in-house environment with a sophisticated corporate, M&A, securities, finance and corporate governance background. Substantial experience in M&A transactions (domestic and cross-border), with a strong understanding of M&A structures, documents, and related issues. Strong experience in securities law and SEC reporting, equity compensation, equity investments, corporate finance, and corporate governance matters. Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communications skills. Well organized and hardworking, with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment and manage numerous projects simultaneously under deadline pressure. A high-level of intellectual curiosity and professionalism combined with strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Ability to work collaboratively and effectively with business clients and other legal department members. Team oriented, with a sense of humor, unquestioned ethics and integrity, sound judgment and flexibility. Familiarity with change management philosophy and a belief that there is always room for self and corporate improvement.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-28

Corporate Counsel

Oakland CA Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide duties include: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of commercial contracts related to a broad array of business operations including sourcing, supply chain, managed services, human resources, consulting, construction, and real estate. Develop and implement contract processes, forms, operations, and databases to improve efficiency. Provide advice and counsel to our internal teams on a wide array of business and legal issues. Develop and implement training and education programs to train internal business stakeholders to make better, more informed business decisions. Develop and implement compliance programs, policies and training as needed based on legal and regulatory requirements, industry standards, and best practices. Drive awareness regarding the importance of compliance, identify areas of compliance vulnerability and risk, and undertake corrective plans to resolve issues.

The candidate must have 4+ years of experience in employment law, real estate or corporate law. Must have experience advising senior management of complex, international organizations. Must have strong analytical skills and demonstrated ability to understand complex legal concepts and analysis and translate those to non-lawyers to create practical processes, guidance and training. Must have prior success building relationships and communicating with diverse groups of people. Must have legal analytical skills, general business acumen and expertise in several of the core areas of work. Must have experience Google Suite (e.g., Sheets, Slides) and intermediate to advanced Microsoft Office (e.g., Excel, Word). Must have ability to multi-task and prioritize. Must have an excellent communicator able to explain complex technical solutions to non-technical teammates. Must be a clear and effective communicator in both conversation and written word, deeply empathetic toward your customer. Must have the experience to guide difficult conversations which result in clarity and achieving consensus.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-27

Senior Corporate Counsel, Digital Platform & Experience

San Rafael CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Digital Platform & Experience Responsibilities: Serve as first point of contact on all legal issues in our Digital Help Experience (DHX) and E-Commerce and Front Doors (EFD) business units, including volume customer-facing and partner-facing digital programs and services, customer support and learning, and global e-commerce and web strategy, design, and operations. Support product and service readiness and release, as well as ongoing business, by identifying and driving resolution of legal issues in the areas of consumer protection, intellectual property, marketing, competition, data privacy & security, data analytics and use, and other legal and regulatory frameworks. Proactively partner with business leaders in order to build a trusted advisor relationship; engage with business colleagues at all levels; exercise excellent legal judgment and extraordinary communication skills to provide practical, clear, and concise counsel. Contribute to the development and implementation of customer-facing policy, processes, and guidelines. Be a member of the DPE legal team, working closely with legal colleagues to provide consistent and business-aware legal advice across the division and the company. Collaborate with legal colleagues supporting business functions outside of DPE on all relevant aspects of the business, including marketing, finance, corporate development, sales, and product. Partner with the companys privacy, security, and compliance groups to understand and provide input on practices and systems, ensuring legal and regulatory requirements are met. Develop and implement processes, trainings, and risk positions to enable rapid business execution while mitigating risk.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school; member in good standing of the California Bar. 6+ years in-house experience at a SAAS software and/or web-based technology company with global direct sales and support of customers (B2C business). Prior related experience at a well-regarded law firm is highly desirable. Expertise and experience in customer-facing terms and programs, subscription business models, online sales and support, technology licensing and product development, contracting, intellectual property, data privacy and data analytics, and compliance law matters. Demonstrated ability to work in a complex environment to provide consistent, practical, timely, and business-enabling legal advice. Strong stakeholder management skills and experience. Has led legal support for businesses or programs with multiple stakeholders, knows to prioritize and influence to complete projects and to bring negotiations (internal and external) to a favorable close. Preferred Qualifications: Exceptional written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills. Tech-savvy, with the desire and ability to learn Autodesk's products, and services, and business. Self-starter with a terrific work ethic.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-27

Chief Privacy Counsel

San Francisco CA Chief Privacy Counsel The candidate will report directly to the Chief Legal Officer and work closely with the executive team and other stake-holders (including the Privacy and Security Board) to advise upon, drive, and implement all facets of the companys global privacy framework, creating industry leading practices in global privacy strategy and compliance. Will drive privacy and compliance awareness throughout the company in a collaborative and understandable manner. Work closely with the Security team (and advise that team of technical requirements), create, deploy and maintain customer-facing, industry-leading privacy policies, procedures and practices for internal and external audiences. Work with government authorities globally to ensure compliance to data privacy legislation, regulations and standards, including GDPR, DPA 2018, FCA Sysc8 and equivalent, ISO 27000 family, and others. Work closely with the Security, Engineering, Product, Design, and Marketing teams to assess potential privacy and security risks and regulatory requirements for companys products and technologies. Privacy and regulatory compliance guidance for global marketing, R&D, software, operations, and enterprise sales. Review/draft a variety of agreements, including vendor and customer agreements and ensuring compliance with privacy-related contract terms. Develop and conduct internal educational and compliance programs. Audit and administer compliance program reviews. Act in the role of a Privacy Officer for the companys entities if required. Assist on ad hoc projects with a willingness to assist members in other departments. Assist in other areas of compliance that impinge upon privacy, such as HR, Marketing, telecommunications etc.

The candidate should preferably have strong Law degree. CIPP certifications would be preferred. Must have 6-10 years of experience focused on privacy and compliance, preferably in-house. PaaS, SaaS and Software privacy compliance experience is required. Should also have extensive experience with privacy and privacy compliance matters, including development and cross-functional implementation of worldwide privacy policies and compliance programs, preferably in a regulated industry. Strong and practical understanding of GDPR and International privacy / regulatory frameworks and requirements (an understanding of privacy-related technical and organizational measures that are standard in regulated industries (e.g., banking, telco, fintech) is very desirable. Requisite cross-functional, technical and systems understanding to communicate requirements to both IT and non-technical resources is needed. Some travel is required in the role, including across EMEA, US and APAC regions.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2019-06-26

Chief Privacy Counsel

San Francisco CA Chief Privacy Counsel The candidate will report directly to the Chief Legal Officer and work closely with the executive team and other stake-holders (including the Privacy and Security Board) to advise upon, drive, and implement all facets of the companys global privacy framework, creating industry leading practices in global privacy strategy and compliance. Will drive privacy and compliance awareness throughout the company in a collaborative and understandable manner. Work closely with the Security team (and advise that team of technical requirements), create, deploy and maintain customer-facing, industry-leading privacy policies, procedures and practices for internal and external audiences. Work with government authorities globally to ensure compliance to data privacy legislation, regulations and standards, including GDPR, DPA 2018, FCA Sysc8 and equivalent, ISO 27000 family, and others. Work closely with the Security, Engineering, Product, Design, and Marketing teams to assess potential privacy and security risks and regulatory requirements for companys products and technologies. Privacy and regulatory compliance guidance for global marketing, R&D, software, operations, and enterprise sales. Review/draft a variety of agreements, including vendor and customer agreements and ensuring compliance with privacy-related contract terms. Develop and conduct internal educational and compliance programs. Audit and administer compliance program reviews. Act in the role of a Privacy Officer for the companys entities if required. Assist on ad hoc projects with a willingness to assist members in other departments. Assist in other areas of compliance that impinge upon privacy, such as HR, Marketing, telecommunications etc.

The candidate should preferably have strong Law degree. CIPP certifications would be preferred. Must have 6-10 years of experience focused on privacy and compliance, preferably in-house. PaaS, SaaS and Software privacy compliance experience is required. Should also have extensive experience with privacy and privacy compliance matters, including development and cross-functional implementation of worldwide privacy policies and compliance programs, preferably in a regulated industry. Strong and practical understanding of GDPR and International privacy / regulatory frameworks and requirements (an understanding of privacy-related technical and organizational measures that are standard in regulated industries (e.g., banking, telco, fintech) is very desirable. Requisite cross-functional, technical and systems understanding to communicate requirements to both IT and non-technical resources is needed. Some travel is required in the role, including across EMEA, US and APAC regions.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2019-06-26

Privacy Counsel

Santa Clara CA Privacy Counsel The candidate ill report to the Senior Director, Global Privacy, and will be part of the global Technology, Transactions and Privacy legal group. Work with commercial attorneys on the team at global level to facilitate negotiation of privacy and security terms with customers and with suppliers, by providing training, templates, contract reviews, and support in negotiations. Support all members of the legal team, including public affairs, in addressing privacy requirements as they impact or apply to their areas of responsibility. Support privacy compliance efforts by working with internal audit, with all impacted teams across the company, and with external stakeholders as needed, providing guidance for privacy audits and facilitating development and implementation of tools, policies, procedures, etc. Partner with the Information Security and Information Technology teams to implement best practices for management and protection of personal information and to develop appropriate policies and standards. Support the product teams in applying privacy by design and in developing and rolling out privacy collateral for customers and partners. Provide legal advice and direction to all stakeholders across the company on matters regarding privacy and data protection. Develop and deliver training and communications on privacy topics. Manage outside counsel on privacy matters. Handle special projects as requested.

The candidate must be qualified to practice in at least one U.S. state, preferably California, with law degree from a reputable law school. Should have 7+ years of relevant privacy experience in the technology sector. Working knowledge of national and international privacy laws, including HIPAA as it applies to Business Associates is needed. Must have experience and negotiation expertise on cloud computing transactions and procurement contracts. Experience as transactional attorney is a plus. Experience in network security or other high technology companies preferred.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-26
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Assistant Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SSBE144785
 
Assistant Corporate Counsel The candidate assist General Counsel and the KMIS law department as needed, including to reviewing and auditing of litigation and claims files.
 
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Director, Real Estate & Special Counsel
Refer job# TSVG144786
 
Director, Real Estate and Special Counsel The candidate will report to a Senior Director, Real Estate and Special Counsel. Will 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.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from a Tier 1 law school. Should be a member of a Bar. Must have 5+ years of transactional work experience in commercial real estate law at a top-tier firm or in-house legal department OR 3+ years of significant leasing experience at a top-tier law firm or in-house legal department. Excellent drafting and negotiation capabilities are required. Strong understanding of both the commercial real estate industry and the interplay between legal and business risk is essential.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HAHA144790
 
Corporate Counsel in San Ramon, California The candidate will be responsible for handling all aspects of State and Federal employment-related agency claims and providing support and oversight on other employment litigation matters as assigned. Will provide day-to-day advice and counsel to Human Resource professionals on a broad range of employment issues and offer support on employment compliance initiatives and other project work. Handle all aspects of employment agency claims (e.g. DLSE, EEOC, and other federal and state employment agency matters) including investigating, drafting of position statements and mediating such claims as required. Provide other litigation support as directed by Sr. Corporate Counsel including handling attorney demand letters, overseeing individual litigation matters and providing discovery support in more complex matters. Remain current on employment law trends and make recommendations to Sr. Corporate Counsel regarding how to minimize potential legal exposure for the Company. Negotiate and draft settlement, severance and retention agreements. Provide support on compliance initiatives as directed by Sr. Counsel. Advise Human Resources on and assist Human Resources with the creation/updating of policies and guidelines as needed. Research and analyze compliance issues. Provide legal advice and counsel to Human Resources concerning a variety of legal topics including employee relations, employment policy and procedure, staffing strategies, benefits, performance management, disciplinary programs and terminations, severance programs, compensation and commission plans, wage and hour issues, equal employment opportunity laws and internal investigations. Develop and deliver training for Human Resource team, and other departments on employment compliance risk areas, trends, and labor and employment law developments. Report to the Sr. Corporate Counsel and works closely with the legal team, Human Resources team, as well as other departments within the Company, outside vendors, and outside attorneys.

The candidate must be California State Bar member. Must have 2-6 years of law experience in a law firm or in house corporate legal department with sole or concentrated focus on employment law. Must have broad based knowledge of Federal, State and Local employment laws. Strong communication skills and technical ability is essential. Must be proficient in MS Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and other computer systems. Strong academic credentials and law degree from an ABA accredited law school is essential.
 
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Associate Counsel, Legal Affairs, Labor And Employment
Refer job# OEVY144783
 
Associate Counsel, Legal Affairs, Labor and Employment The candidate will be responsible for assisting the VP of Legal Affairs, Labor and Employment, Human Resources department and managers in the management and handling of all labor and employment and related compliance matters for Live Nation and its subsidiaries. Will work closely with the VP to ensure compliance with all labor and employment laws across the U.S. and Canada, and occasionally globally, including the development and interpretation of relevant laws and drafting appropriate written policies and programs to ensure compliance with such laws. Will also assist the VP with day-to-day advice and counsel and review and drafting of various employment related agreements. Will act with the highest level of integrity and business and personal ethical standards in all aspects of job performance. Responsibilities include, in conjunction with the VP of Legal Affairs, Labor and Employment: Monitoring and researching federal, state, and local employment laws, regulations and legislative updates to ensure the company is reacting to and HR is receiving information timely. Proactively identifying and discussing emerging compliance issues with VP and, as appropriate or directed, with HR or leadership, while also developing, preparing, and presenting compliance reporting to stakeholders, as necessary. Drafting appropriate policies and practices to ensure compliance with applicable employment laws. Supporting the HR leadership team to ensure that sound protocols and programs are in place to mitigate wage and hour, work authorization, and other HR and employment related compliance and risks. Managing routine compliance audits to ensure that HR and employment law compliance procedures are followed, and remediated as appropriate. Working with HR and business units to implement the recommendations and action items resulting from audits and new law updates. Leading employment law compliance related initiatives. Working with HR functions to assist in the development of employment compliance training programs. Collaborating with other functions to assess new projects and/or changes in process, or policy to identify controls and risks, to successfully communicate any changes needed and to develop any ongoing processes to ensure compliance. Assisting with, informing and creating necessary changes to the Employee Handbook as well as drafting and maintaining HR and employment policies. Providing general advice and counsel to HR and management on labor and employment related matters, as well as assisting with HR issues, wage and hour law, workers compensation, unemployment and other state agency claims, labor relations, employee benefits, employment agreements and policy related issues, FMLA matters, employment related pre-litigation matters. Providing general assistance to the VP of Legal Affairs, Labor and Employment and HR Department and performing other tasks as assigned from time to time by the VP. Conducting investigations into high level employe relations matters. Assisting with drafting, reviewing, analyzing and interpreting employment related agreements. Updating templates for various employment related contracts. Handling other employment related matters as may be periodically assigned.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from accredited law school and California bar membership in good standing, or willingness and qualification to be Registered In-House Counsel. Should have 3+ years of experience focused on employment law and HR compliance. Experience identifying and resolving issues independently, litigating and/or assisting with or managing wage and hour and employment discrimination litigation. Experience and ability to collect, interpret, and identify relevance of compliance-related information from multiple sources. Ability to review data and conduct analysis to determine applicable trends and make recommendations. Experience developing and/or reviewing policies, employment agreements, and supporting documentation. General understanding of federal and state employment laws and regulations (California expertise a plus), including but not limited to: wage and hour, equal employment, FMLA and other mandated leave regulations, Immigration Reform and Control Act (I-9), sexual harassment prevention training, etc. Excellent written and verbal communications skills - ability to interface with all levels of the organization and outside counsel. Experience delivering compliance and employment law training in small and large group settings. Strong organizational and time management skills necessary to manage multiple assignments in a rapidly changing environment. Some prior in-house experience is preferred. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail. Excellent judgment and ability to make sound decisions in a fast-paced environment. Ability to take initiative and multi-task in a highly demanding, deadline-driven environment with strong follow-up. Ability to learn quickly, and work with minimal supervision and with a team. Experience in interacting and communicating with all levels of business operations.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# BSBY144779
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Help structure, draft and negotiate complex transaction documents and participate in global cross-functional teams to execute transactions. Manage internal and external deal processes and drive continuous improvement and scalability in deal process and execution. Work on deal teams with other in-house attorneys and constituents and outside advisors on complex transactions Work as a team member evaluating, advising on and handling corporate securities and SEC reporting and compliance matters (including annual reports, proxy statements and other current and periodic reports); treasury activities (including corporate finance transactions); and corporate governance matters (including Board and Board Committees support and subsidiary governance/maintenance). Work collaboratively with Corporate Development, Finance, Human Resources and Marketing functions.

Qualifications: JD Degree and undergraduate degrees with excellent academic credentials. 7+ years of experience in a law firm and corporate in-house environment with a sophisticated corporate, M&A, securities, finance and corporate governance background. Substantial experience in M&A transactions (domestic and cross-border), with a strong understanding of M&A structures, documents, and related issues. Strong experience in securities law and SEC reporting, equity compensation, equity investments, corporate finance, and corporate governance matters. Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communications skills. Well organized and hardworking, with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment and manage numerous projects simultaneously under deadline pressure. A high-level of intellectual curiosity and professionalism combined with strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Ability to work collaboratively and effectively with business clients and other legal department members. Team oriented, with a sense of humor, unquestioned ethics and integrity, sound judgment and flexibility. Familiarity with change management philosophy and a belief that there is always room for self and corporate improvement.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WYPD144772
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide duties include: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of commercial contracts related to a broad array of business operations including sourcing, supply chain, managed services, human resources, consulting, construction, and real estate. Develop and implement contract processes, forms, operations, and databases to improve efficiency. Provide advice and counsel to our internal teams on a wide array of business and legal issues. Develop and implement training and education programs to train internal business stakeholders to make better, more informed business decisions. Develop and implement compliance programs, policies and training as needed based on legal and regulatory requirements, industry standards, and best practices. Drive awareness regarding the importance of compliance, identify areas of compliance vulnerability and risk, and undertake corrective plans to resolve issues.

The candidate must have 4+ years of experience in employment law, real estate or corporate law. Must have experience advising senior management of complex, international organizations. Must have strong analytical skills and demonstrated ability to understand complex legal concepts and analysis and translate those to non-lawyers to create practical processes, guidance and training. Must have prior success building relationships and communicating with diverse groups of people. Must have legal analytical skills, general business acumen and expertise in several of the core areas of work. Must have experience Google Suite (e.g., Sheets, Slides) and intermediate to advanced Microsoft Office (e.g., Excel, Word). Must have ability to multi-task and prioritize. Must have an excellent communicator able to explain complex technical solutions to non-technical teammates. Must be a clear and effective communicator in both conversation and written word, deeply empathetic toward your customer. Must have the experience to guide difficult conversations which result in clarity and achieving consensus.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Digital Platform & Experience
Refer job# IYKF144774
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Digital Platform & Experience Responsibilities: Serve as first point of contact on all legal issues in our Digital Help Experience (DHX) and E-Commerce and Front Doors (EFD) business units, including volume customer-facing and partner-facing digital programs and services, customer support and learning, and global e-commerce and web strategy, design, and operations. Support product and service readiness and release, as well as ongoing business, by identifying and driving resolution of legal issues in the areas of consumer protection, intellectual property, marketing, competition, data privacy & security, data analytics and use, and other legal and regulatory frameworks. Proactively partner with business leaders in order to build a trusted advisor relationship; engage with business colleagues at all levels; exercise excellent legal judgment and extraordinary communication skills to provide practical, clear, and concise counsel. Contribute to the development and implementation of customer-facing policy, processes, and guidelines. Be a member of the DPE legal team, working closely with legal colleagues to provide consistent and business-aware legal advice across the division and the company. Collaborate with legal colleagues supporting business functions outside of DPE on all relevant aspects of the business, including marketing, finance, corporate development, sales, and product. Partner with the companys privacy, security, and compliance groups to understand and provide input on practices and systems, ensuring legal and regulatory requirements are met. Develop and implement processes, trainings, and risk positions to enable rapid business execution while mitigating risk.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school; member in good standing of the California Bar. 6+ years in-house experience at a SAAS software and/or web-based technology company with global direct sales and support of customers (B2C business). Prior related experience at a well-regarded law firm is highly desirable. Expertise and experience in customer-facing terms and programs, subscription business models, online sales and support, technology licensing and product development, contracting, intellectual property, data privacy and data analytics, and compliance law matters. Demonstrated ability to work in a complex environment to provide consistent, practical, timely, and business-enabling legal advice. Strong stakeholder management skills and experience. Has led legal support for businesses or programs with multiple stakeholders, knows to prioritize and influence to complete projects and to bring negotiations (internal and external) to a favorable close. Preferred Qualifications: Exceptional written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills. Tech-savvy, with the desire and ability to learn Autodesk's products, and services, and business. Self-starter with a terrific work ethic.
 
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Chief Privacy Counsel
Refer job# KSEQ144739
 
Chief Privacy Counsel The candidate will report directly to the Chief Legal Officer and work closely with the executive team and other stake-holders (including the Privacy and Security Board) to advise upon, drive, and implement all facets of the companys global privacy framework, creating industry leading practices in global privacy strategy and compliance. Will drive privacy and compliance awareness throughout the company in a collaborative and understandable manner. Work closely with the Security team (and advise that team of technical requirements), create, deploy and maintain customer-facing, industry-leading privacy policies, procedures and practices for internal and external audiences. Work with government authorities globally to ensure compliance to data privacy legislation, regulations and standards, including GDPR, DPA 2018, FCA Sysc8 and equivalent, ISO 27000 family, and others. Work closely with the Security, Engineering, Product, Design, and Marketing teams to assess potential privacy and security risks and regulatory requirements for companys products and technologies. Privacy and regulatory compliance guidance for global marketing, R&D, software, operations, and enterprise sales. Review/draft a variety of agreements, including vendor and customer agreements and ensuring compliance with privacy-related contract terms. Develop and conduct internal educational and compliance programs. Audit and administer compliance program reviews. Act in the role of a Privacy Officer for the companys entities if required. Assist on ad hoc projects with a willingness to assist members in other departments. Assist in other areas of compliance that impinge upon privacy, such as HR, Marketing, telecommunications etc.

The candidate should preferably have strong Law degree. CIPP certifications would be preferred. Must have 6-10 years of experience focused on privacy and compliance, preferably in-house. PaaS, SaaS and Software privacy compliance experience is required. Should also have extensive experience with privacy and privacy compliance matters, including development and cross-functional implementation of worldwide privacy policies and compliance programs, preferably in a regulated industry. Strong and practical understanding of GDPR and International privacy / regulatory frameworks and requirements (an understanding of privacy-related technical and organizational measures that are standard in regulated industries (e.g., banking, telco, fintech) is very desirable. Requisite cross-functional, technical and systems understanding to communicate requirements to both IT and non-technical resources is needed. Some travel is required in the role, including across EMEA, US and APAC regions.
 
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Chief Privacy Counsel
Refer job# UOWL144740
 
Chief Privacy Counsel The candidate will report directly to the Chief Legal Officer and work closely with the executive team and other stake-holders (including the Privacy and Security Board) to advise upon, drive, and implement all facets of the companys global privacy framework, creating industry leading practices in global privacy strategy and compliance. Will drive privacy and compliance awareness throughout the company in a collaborative and understandable manner. Work closely with the Security team (and advise that team of technical requirements), create, deploy and maintain customer-facing, industry-leading privacy policies, procedures and practices for internal and external audiences. Work with government authorities globally to ensure compliance to data privacy legislation, regulations and standards, including GDPR, DPA 2018, FCA Sysc8 and equivalent, ISO 27000 family, and others. Work closely with the Security, Engineering, Product, Design, and Marketing teams to assess potential privacy and security risks and regulatory requirements for companys products and technologies. Privacy and regulatory compliance guidance for global marketing, R&D, software, operations, and enterprise sales. Review/draft a variety of agreements, including vendor and customer agreements and ensuring compliance with privacy-related contract terms. Develop and conduct internal educational and compliance programs. Audit and administer compliance program reviews. Act in the role of a Privacy Officer for the companys entities if required. Assist on ad hoc projects with a willingness to assist members in other departments. Assist in other areas of compliance that impinge upon privacy, such as HR, Marketing, telecommunications etc.

The candidate should preferably have strong Law degree. CIPP certifications would be preferred. Must have 6-10 years of experience focused on privacy and compliance, preferably in-house. PaaS, SaaS and Software privacy compliance experience is required. Should also have extensive experience with privacy and privacy compliance matters, including development and cross-functional implementation of worldwide privacy policies and compliance programs, preferably in a regulated industry. Strong and practical understanding of GDPR and International privacy / regulatory frameworks and requirements (an understanding of privacy-related technical and organizational measures that are standard in regulated industries (e.g., banking, telco, fintech) is very desirable. Requisite cross-functional, technical and systems understanding to communicate requirements to both IT and non-technical resources is needed. Some travel is required in the role, including across EMEA, US and APAC regions.
 
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Privacy Counsel
Refer job# HJVD144752
 
Privacy Counsel The candidate ill report to the Senior Director, Global Privacy, and will be part of the global Technology, Transactions and Privacy legal group. Work with commercial attorneys on the team at global level to facilitate negotiation of privacy and security terms with customers and with suppliers, by providing training, templates, contract reviews, and support in negotiations. Support all members of the legal team, including public affairs, in addressing privacy requirements as they impact or apply to their areas of responsibility. Support privacy compliance efforts by working with internal audit, with all impacted teams across the company, and with external stakeholders as needed, providing guidance for privacy audits and facilitating development and implementation of tools, policies, procedures, etc. Partner with the Information Security and Information Technology teams to implement best practices for management and protection of personal information and to develop appropriate policies and standards. Support the product teams in applying privacy by design and in developing and rolling out privacy collateral for customers and partners. Provide legal advice and direction to all stakeholders across the company on matters regarding privacy and data protection. Develop and deliver training and communications on privacy topics. Manage outside counsel on privacy matters. Handle special projects as requested.

The candidate must be qualified to practice in at least one U.S. state, preferably California, with law degree from a reputable law school. Should have 7+ years of relevant privacy experience in the technology sector. Working knowledge of national and international privacy laws, including HIPAA as it applies to Business Associates is needed. Must have experience and negotiation expertise on cloud computing transactions and procurement contracts. Experience as transactional attorney is a plus. Experience in network security or other high technology companies preferred.
 
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