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Senior Counsel I, Intellectual Property

Santa Monica CA Senior Counsel I, Intellectual Property Duties: Draft and prosecute patent applications (US and foreign patent offices). Develop and maintain a detailed understanding of assigned projects. Conduct patentability and freedom-to-operate reviews. Counsel research and colleagues in regards of patent portfolio and strategy. Review and assist in the drafting of nondisclosure, research, license and other agreements involving the use, transfer, or ownership of intellectual property. Review proposed publications in regards of potential invention disclosure. Provide support for in-licensing and acquisitions.

Qualifications: A JD Degree and admission before a State bar or fully qualified legal credentials in geography of operations. Registered before the USPTO. 7+ years of industry and/or law firm experience. Fully admitted to practice applicable laws in the country or jurisdictions of responsibility. Must have excellent written and verbal communications skills. Must have strong client service orientation. Experience in the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industries preferred. Advanced degree in Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Immunology, Life Science or related sciences preferred.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-27

Senior Counsel Patent Litigation

Thousand Oaks CA Senior Counsel Patent Litigation Duties: Direct involvement and shared responsibility in all aspects of U.S. and international patent disputes, in both judicial and administrative tribunals, from initial issue identification through resolution. Working in partnership with outside counsel and other in-house attorneys and staff, will develop and drive case strategies as an active team member, including all infringement, validity, and enforceability positions, and as needed, freedom to operate analysis. Will have hands-on involvement in such things as witness interviews, discovery (production, support and/or conduct of depositions, drafting of discovery responses), motion and brief drafting, trial preparation (including witness selection and preparation, selection of trial exhibits, drafting of jury instructions, etc.), and participation at trial and on appeal. Will also be responsible for developing and counseling others on intellectual property strategies associated with business and research endeavors.

Qualifications: JD Degree or LL.M. degree from an accredited law school, admission to practice law in a U.S. jurisdiction and 4 years of experience practicing intellectual property law. Preferred: JD degree or LL.M. degree from an ABA accredited law school. USPTO registration. 7+ years of experience litigating U.S. patent disputes in federal and/or administrative courts, 4+ years of which involved biotechnology-related matters. Degree in the sciences and a working understanding of molecular biology, biochemistry, immunology, cellular biology, protein chemistry or similar scientific area. Trial experience (bench or jury). Demonstrated management and leadership skills (including law firm or corporate experience having managed others) combined with a strong client service focus. Excellent analytic, legal drafting, and oral and written communication skills. Some exposure to foreign adversarial proceedings (patent or Supplementary Protection Certificate (SPC) enforcement proceedings, nullity actions, Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) (PMNOC) proceedings, oppositions, etc.). Ability to work independently and in teams, work efficiently, prioritize workflow, meet demanding deadlines, and manage multi-dimensional projects.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-27

Corporate Attorney - Real Estate

Calabasas CA Corporate Attorney - Real Estate The candidate will negotiate, draft and review retail real estate leases, amendments, and other real estate and corporate related documents and agreements (such as SNDAs, estoppels, licenses and similar agreements). Provide legal and business advice and assistance on real estate and corporate related matters. Assist in the ongoing development of and compliance with internal policies and procedures. Manage outside counsel in complex real estate related matters and real estate related litigation. Perform research on real estate, corporate and other business related matters. Understand company operational requirements and translate those requirements into contract form. 3-5 years real estate related experience with law firm or similar role in-house with established company needed. Strong understanding of title and title review essential. Excellent written and oral communication skills required. High level of computer skills needed. Juris Doctor (JD) from a top tier law school and licensed to practice law in California essential. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-01-27

Associate General Counsel, IP Litigation

Foster City CA Associate General Counsel, IP Litigation Duties: Reports to a Senior Associate General Counsel and will be responsible for managing intellectual property litigation in the U.S. and foreign countries. Assisting with the global enforcement and defense of Gileads patent portfolio; defending patent infringement allegations from competitors and other patent holders; [litigating/defending] licensing disputes; providing support to patent product attorneys in global opposition, invalidation and revocation proceedings; and coordinating external communications concerning intellectual property litigation with Public Affairs, Investor Relations and Government Affairs. Will be called upon to assist the department in managing work load by undertaking additional activities as needed to support the IP interests of the company, particularly in connection with acquisition due diligence and complex litigation matters. Will also support activities designed to improve departmental processes and procedures. Actively managing and supporting internal and external litigation teams. Supervising day-to-day tasks associated with case management, coordinating and participating in interviews of fact and expert witnesses, collaborating with outside counsel to prepare witnesses for depositions and trial, attending fact and expert depositions, collaborating with internal and outside counsel to select experts and to prepare expert testimony, and preparing for/attending trial. Overseeing internal document collection and production, including working with our paralegals and the internal e-discovery team. Reviewing correspondence, arguments, memos, and briefs in support of litigation. Supervising and training more junior members of the IP litigation group. Collaborating with team members outside the US to run foreign litigations and the day-to-day tasks associated with multijurisdictional litigation teams. Developing strategies and arguments related to global opposition, invalidation and revocation proceedings. Negotiating litigation-related agreements. Collaborating with Gileads business partners. Assisting in preparing comprehensive patent portfolio summary documents and conducting patent portfolio reviews in anticipation of generic litigation. Contributing to or conducting analysis of freedom-to-operate, validity, exclusivity, and due diligence; and advising internal clients on those positions in consultation with outside counsel. Providing input on how to improve our client services in an ever-changing and challenging legal and political environment, including responses to government and agency investigations that implicate our IP. Gain and ensure alignment with senior management and relevant functions on specific matters and projects.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a nationally recognized law school and admission to at least one U.S. State Bar is required. Registration to practice before the USPTO is preferred. 12+ years of relevant litigation experience with a Bachelor's degree or higher in biology, chemistry, pharmacy, immunology or other related life-sciences discipline. Preference will be given to individuals having 5+ years of experience in pharmaceutical and/or biotechnology patent litigation. Experience should reflect a primary focus on patent litigation regarding pharmaceuticals, biotechnology or other life-sciences field. Requires extensive teamwork. The ability to work collaboratively and efficiently with others is absolutely critical. Must have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate and work well with a variety of different personalities to be successful in this role. Combination of law firm and in-house experience preferred.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-27

Senior Labor And Employment Counsel

Daly City CA Senior Labor and Employment Counsel Responsibilities: is expected to provide legal advice on U.S. and international labor and employment related laws, regulations, rules, and orders for the Company (with its headquarters in California) on a global basis. Will be able to provide day-to-day advice to assist the Company in managing and mitigating labor and employment risks, and will include the following responsibilities: Develop and implement employment policies to ensure best practices and compliance with applicable laws and regulations; Partner with cross-functional teams, including the Executive, Legal and HR teams, to provide strategic, business-oriented employment law guidance for successful execution of Company initiatives; Investigate and respond to federal and state administrative complaints, including EEOC and local agency charges; Manage litigation related to employment matters, and oversee and manage outside counsel with regard to disputes and litigation in the various areas of practice, including: Title VII and similar laws; affirmative action; disability access and accommodation; employee benefits; harassment and discrimination; unfair competition and trade secrets; unfair labor practice charges; wage and hour claims; wrongful terminations; and reductions in force; Provide legal guidelines and support regarding the companys contingent workforce and agency workers; Support merger and acquisition transactions and related integration of employees; Collaborate with the People team to generate and implement training on HR and employment law topics.

The candidate must possess a law degree from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing with the California State Bar. Must have 7+ years of experience as an employment lawyer with legal experience gained from a combination of private practice and in-house roles. Have experience conducting employment-rinvestigations, drafting pleadings and motion work, propounding and responding to discovery, taking and defending depositions, conducting witness interviews, overseeing settlement negotiations, arguing motions, and attending hearings and mediations. Experienced attorney with a strong track record in managing a broad range of legal issues and interacting closely with business leaders. Nust have a demonstrated and proven ability to work well with senior Human Resources and operating executives, leveraging strong intellectual, conceptual and analytical skills and be effective at building consensus among business leaders. Strong oral and written communication skills are essential. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate the ability to exercise judgment and diplomacy while addressing sensitive or challenging issues with internal or external stakeholders, as well as an ability to think creatively and strategically.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-27

Real Estate Counsel

San Diego CA Real Estate Counsel The candidate will work on transactional matters (including real estate acquisitions/dispositions, development projects, joint ventures and Fund formations), operational matters (e.g., construction contracts, service agreements, dispute resolution). Should preferably have 5+ years of large firm experience. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-27

Real Estate Counsel

San Diego CA Real Estate Counsel The candidate will work on transactional matters (including real estate acquisitions/dispositions, development projects, joint ventures and Fund formations), operational matters (e.g., construction contracts, service agreements, dispute resolution). A minimum of 5 years of large firm experience is preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-27

Retail Banking and Payments Attorney, Director

Los Angeles CA Retail Banking and Payments Attorney, Director The candidate will provide product and regulatory counsel to the Banks senior executives managing the consumer and small banking deposits business, including branch and online banking, bank operations, and payments. Counseling the deposits business on strategic growth initiatives or partnerships with fintechs or other bank partners and third parties; Counseling the Bank on payment systems and emerging payment systems technologies and on the Banks acquiring bank relationships in the Visa and MasterCard payment networks, including contract negotiations with the acquiring banks merchants and processors; Provide legal counsel to the business on compliance with salient federal laws, rules, and regulations, including Regulation DD, Regulation CC, Regulation II, Regulation E, Regulation P, Regulation D, TCPA, CAN-SPAM, UDAAP/UDAP, E-SIGN, AML-BSA, KYC, as well as UCC and applicable state laws. Partner with the business to evaluate the legal and regulatory risks associated with new products or services designed to make the business faster, simpler, and smarter. Partner with compliance, risk, and controls to provide legal and regulatory guidance regarding the Banks policies and procedures; and Consult and collaborate with other in-house attorneys at the Bank. Must be a member of the California State Bar or otherwise be qualified to practice law in California as an in-house attorney. 10 years experience as an in-house attorney with a bank or financial institution or experience with a sophisticated law firm providing advice to banks and/or other financial institutions are required. Experience in one or more of the following areas is helpful are required. Marketing, including FTC marketing standards and guidance are required. OCC vendor management rules, regulations, and guidance are required. Branding and intellectual property issues are required. Data security standards and state and federal data breach laws; and Federal and state consumer privacy laws, rules, and regulations are required. Ability to analyze nuanced legal issues and offer practical, actionable counsel are required. Strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills, including negotiation skills are required. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail; and Strong work ethic, self?starter, comfortable in a fast?paced environment. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-27

Privacy Counsel

Los Angeles CA Privacy Counsel DUTIES: Assess legal risks and advise managers, senior leaders and operational teams on matters involving the processing of personal data to help maintain compliant data protection and privacy practices across the Americas. Perform data protection impact and privacy-by-design assessments and advise on and develop control frameworks to enable compliance with data protection and privacy laws, focusing on the Americas, while enabling the development of new technologies and execution of business initiatives. Provide legal advice on compliance with CBREs legal obligations in responding to data subject rights requests. Develop and provide training to various business and operational teams regarding data protection and privacy compliance. Develop and maintain data protection and privacy guidelines, playbooks, agreement templates, and other resources to enable and support compliance with Americas data protection and privacy laws. Advise on new and emerging legal and regulatory developments impacting data privacy and data security, including identifying trends and potential impacts on emerging technologies and business activities. Support merger and acquisition activities by conducting privacy compliance assessments. Advise CBREs Records Manager on legal retention and deletion requirements applicable to complex data flows across the data lifecycle and maintenance of records retention schedules. Other duties as may be assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and graduation in the top 25% preferred. License or authorization to practice law in New York, Illinois, or California and Bar membership in good standing with 4-6 years experience, preferably in the area of data protection and privacy law. Demonstrable data protection and privacy law and program management skills, with an emphasis on CCPA, LGPD, CAN-SPAM, HIPAA, GDPR, e-Privacy Directive, and other applicable laws strongly preferred. Experience providing risk-based and pragmatic solutions to outstanding data protection and privacy compliance issues. Knowledge of data and information governance and associated policies. Knowledge of IT, web, and mobile technologies (especially those used in the collection, storage and analysis of data) and their privacy and data security implications preferred. Knowledge of data science, analytics, and ethics preferred. Demonstrated ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team while managing multiple priorities. Experience working in-house at a large, multi-national corporation across multiple business lines and functions preferred. Knowledge of the commercial real estate services business is helpful. Team-focused work ethic that emphasizes respect and collaboration over management hierarchy. Intermediate skills with Microsoft Office Suite.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2020-01-10

Corporate Counsel

Oakland CA Corporate Counsel The candidate will work on various corporate matters, including merger, acquisition and divestment transactions, as well as corporate governance. In addition, will provide legal support to the international businesses, including drafting and negotiation of distribution agreements, supply contracts, services agreements, and other strategic commercial agreements. Will also collaborate with internal specialists and outside counsel on regulatory, compliance, trade and advertising law issues that arise in the international businesses. Furthermore, will work closely with the Senior Corporate Counsel (Licensing) and the Office of Strategic Alliances to assist with international trademark licensing transactions. Finally, will take on special projects as assigned. Will operate within a very collaborative, high performing and inclusive legal team that delivers world-class legal services to the company and to business partners. Provide support as needed within a team structure on corporate matters (including M&A and corporate governance). Work closely on international legal issues, covering a variety of matters in both leading and supporting roles. Partner with the New Business Development unit and Office of Strategic Alliances to help develop business strategies, goals and operations including advising on strategic risks and structuring for significant partnerships and alliances; new business development ventures; and new channel- and technology-related development projects, which may include international partnerships. In collaboration with the Senior Corporate Counsel, draft and negotiate brand licensing agreements, alliances agreements, and other forms of joint development effort in respect of the international business; partner with internal business teams to monitor compliance with alliances agreements. Work with Legal Services leadership, other attorneys and staff on departmental administrative matters. Develop and implement legal training for business partners. Assist in other project management work as needed. Work on special projects in the Corporate team as assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree and BA/BS degree; top tier undergraduate and law schools. Should have 3-4 years of legal employment in a top-tier law firm, with experience advising on corporate and commercial matters, including drafting and negotiating agreements and direct interaction with clients. Experience on international and cross-border transactions and issues, particularly in Asia, Middle East and/or Europe. Ideally some experience with trademark licensing transactions. Member of the California State Bar, or eligible to register under the California State Bar in-house counsel program. Broad range of relevant legal experience, including the ability to identify, prioritize and resolve critical legal issues in real time. Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills, particularly the ability to transform complex information into clear, concise and actionable communications for business partners. Willingness to learn and work on a broad variety of areas. Ability to work independently or within a team as required, including as part of cross-functional and cross-border teams. Self-starter with a sense of urgency. Ability to multi-task, handle unanticipated situations effectively and work well under pressure with tight deadlines to ensure timely and appropriate response to issues raised. Excellent judgment and ability to handle sensitive and confidential information. Outstanding execution and organizational skills and attention to detail. Excellent interpersonal skills and positive, enthusiastic attitude. Commitment to inclusion and diversity. Ability to identify and use the most efficient and effective legal resources to complete the work in a timely and cost effective manner.
Legal 3 - 4 Full-time 2020-01-10
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Senior Counsel I, Intellectual Property
Refer job# EJIO147947
 
Senior Counsel I, Intellectual Property Duties: Draft and prosecute patent applications (US and foreign patent offices). Develop and maintain a detailed understanding of assigned projects. Conduct patentability and freedom-to-operate reviews. Counsel research and colleagues in regards of patent portfolio and strategy. Review and assist in the drafting of nondisclosure, research, license and other agreements involving the use, transfer, or ownership of intellectual property. Review proposed publications in regards of potential invention disclosure. Provide support for in-licensing and acquisitions.

Qualifications: A JD Degree and admission before a State bar or fully qualified legal credentials in geography of operations. Registered before the USPTO. 7+ years of industry and/or law firm experience. Fully admitted to practice applicable laws in the country or jurisdictions of responsibility. Must have excellent written and verbal communications skills. Must have strong client service orientation. Experience in the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industries preferred. Advanced degree in Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Immunology, Life Science or related sciences preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel Patent Litigation
Refer job# KJNA147949
 
Senior Counsel Patent Litigation Duties: Direct involvement and shared responsibility in all aspects of U.S. and international patent disputes, in both judicial and administrative tribunals, from initial issue identification through resolution. Working in partnership with outside counsel and other in-house attorneys and staff, will develop and drive case strategies as an active team member, including all infringement, validity, and enforceability positions, and as needed, freedom to operate analysis. Will have hands-on involvement in such things as witness interviews, discovery (production, support and/or conduct of depositions, drafting of discovery responses), motion and brief drafting, trial preparation (including witness selection and preparation, selection of trial exhibits, drafting of jury instructions, etc.), and participation at trial and on appeal. Will also be responsible for developing and counseling others on intellectual property strategies associated with business and research endeavors.

Qualifications: JD Degree or LL.M. degree from an accredited law school, admission to practice law in a U.S. jurisdiction and 4 years of experience practicing intellectual property law. Preferred: JD degree or LL.M. degree from an ABA accredited law school. USPTO registration. 7+ years of experience litigating U.S. patent disputes in federal and/or administrative courts, 4+ years of which involved biotechnology-related matters. Degree in the sciences and a working understanding of molecular biology, biochemistry, immunology, cellular biology, protein chemistry or similar scientific area. Trial experience (bench or jury). Demonstrated management and leadership skills (including law firm or corporate experience having managed others) combined with a strong client service focus. Excellent analytic, legal drafting, and oral and written communication skills. Some exposure to foreign adversarial proceedings (patent or Supplementary Protection Certificate (SPC) enforcement proceedings, nullity actions, Patented Medicines (Notice of Compliance) (PMNOC) proceedings, oppositions, etc.). Ability to work independently and in teams, work efficiently, prioritize workflow, meet demanding deadlines, and manage multi-dimensional projects.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Attorney - Real Estate
Refer job# GRIW147950
 
Corporate Attorney - Real Estate The candidate will negotiate, draft and review retail real estate leases, amendments, and other real estate and corporate related documents and agreements (such as SNDAs, estoppels, licenses and similar agreements). Provide legal and business advice and assistance on real estate and corporate related matters. Assist in the ongoing development of and compliance with internal policies and procedures. Manage outside counsel in complex real estate related matters and real estate related litigation. Perform research on real estate, corporate and other business related matters. Understand company operational requirements and translate those requirements into contract form. 3-5 years real estate related experience with law firm or similar role in-house with established company needed. Strong understanding of title and title review essential. Excellent written and oral communication skills required. High level of computer skills needed. Juris Doctor (JD) from a top tier law school and licensed to practice law in California essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate General Counsel, IP Litigation
Refer job# WHTH147956
 
Associate General Counsel, IP Litigation Duties: Reports to a Senior Associate General Counsel and will be responsible for managing intellectual property litigation in the U.S. and foreign countries. Assisting with the global enforcement and defense of Gileads patent portfolio; defending patent infringement allegations from competitors and other patent holders; [litigating/defending] licensing disputes; providing support to patent product attorneys in global opposition, invalidation and revocation proceedings; and coordinating external communications concerning intellectual property litigation with Public Affairs, Investor Relations and Government Affairs. Will be called upon to assist the department in managing work load by undertaking additional activities as needed to support the IP interests of the company, particularly in connection with acquisition due diligence and complex litigation matters. Will also support activities designed to improve departmental processes and procedures. Actively managing and supporting internal and external litigation teams. Supervising day-to-day tasks associated with case management, coordinating and participating in interviews of fact and expert witnesses, collaborating with outside counsel to prepare witnesses for depositions and trial, attending fact and expert depositions, collaborating with internal and outside counsel to select experts and to prepare expert testimony, and preparing for/attending trial. Overseeing internal document collection and production, including working with our paralegals and the internal e-discovery team. Reviewing correspondence, arguments, memos, and briefs in support of litigation. Supervising and training more junior members of the IP litigation group. Collaborating with team members outside the US to run foreign litigations and the day-to-day tasks associated with multijurisdictional litigation teams. Developing strategies and arguments related to global opposition, invalidation and revocation proceedings. Negotiating litigation-related agreements. Collaborating with Gileads business partners. Assisting in preparing comprehensive patent portfolio summary documents and conducting patent portfolio reviews in anticipation of generic litigation. Contributing to or conducting analysis of freedom-to-operate, validity, exclusivity, and due diligence; and advising internal clients on those positions in consultation with outside counsel. Providing input on how to improve our client services in an ever-changing and challenging legal and political environment, including responses to government and agency investigations that implicate our IP. Gain and ensure alignment with senior management and relevant functions on specific matters and projects.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a nationally recognized law school and admission to at least one U.S. State Bar is required. Registration to practice before the USPTO is preferred. 12+ years of relevant litigation experience with a Bachelor's degree or higher in biology, chemistry, pharmacy, immunology or other related life-sciences discipline. Preference will be given to individuals having 5+ years of experience in pharmaceutical and/or biotechnology patent litigation. Experience should reflect a primary focus on patent litigation regarding pharmaceuticals, biotechnology or other life-sciences field. Requires extensive teamwork. The ability to work collaboratively and efficiently with others is absolutely critical. Must have strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate and work well with a variety of different personalities to be successful in this role. Combination of law firm and in-house experience preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Labor And Employment Counsel
Refer job# SOKO147961
 
Senior Labor and Employment Counsel Responsibilities: is expected to provide legal advice on U.S. and international labor and employment related laws, regulations, rules, and orders for the Company (with its headquarters in California) on a global basis. Will be able to provide day-to-day advice to assist the Company in managing and mitigating labor and employment risks, and will include the following responsibilities: Develop and implement employment policies to ensure best practices and compliance with applicable laws and regulations; Partner with cross-functional teams, including the Executive, Legal and HR teams, to provide strategic, business-oriented employment law guidance for successful execution of Company initiatives; Investigate and respond to federal and state administrative complaints, including EEOC and local agency charges; Manage litigation related to employment matters, and oversee and manage outside counsel with regard to disputes and litigation in the various areas of practice, including: Title VII and similar laws; affirmative action; disability access and accommodation; employee benefits; harassment and discrimination; unfair competition and trade secrets; unfair labor practice charges; wage and hour claims; wrongful terminations; and reductions in force; Provide legal guidelines and support regarding the companys contingent workforce and agency workers; Support merger and acquisition transactions and related integration of employees; Collaborate with the People team to generate and implement training on HR and employment law topics.

The candidate must possess a law degree from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing with the California State Bar. Must have 7+ years of experience as an employment lawyer with legal experience gained from a combination of private practice and in-house roles. Have experience conducting employment-rinvestigations, drafting pleadings and motion work, propounding and responding to discovery, taking and defending depositions, conducting witness interviews, overseeing settlement negotiations, arguing motions, and attending hearings and mediations. Experienced attorney with a strong track record in managing a broad range of legal issues and interacting closely with business leaders. Nust have a demonstrated and proven ability to work well with senior Human Resources and operating executives, leveraging strong intellectual, conceptual and analytical skills and be effective at building consensus among business leaders. Strong oral and written communication skills are essential. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate the ability to exercise judgment and diplomacy while addressing sensitive or challenging issues with internal or external stakeholders, as well as an ability to think creatively and strategically.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Counsel
Refer job# IENL147962
 
Real Estate Counsel The candidate will work on transactional matters (including real estate acquisitions/dispositions, development projects, joint ventures and Fund formations), operational matters (e.g., construction contracts, service agreements, dispute resolution). Should preferably have 5+ years of large firm experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Real Estate Counsel
Refer job# JULA147964
 
Real Estate Counsel The candidate will work on transactional matters (including real estate acquisitions/dispositions, development projects, joint ventures and Fund formations), operational matters (e.g., construction contracts, service agreements, dispute resolution). A minimum of 5 years of large firm experience is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Retail Banking and Payments Attorney, Director
Refer job# ZNAI147971
 
Retail Banking and Payments Attorney, Director The candidate will provide product and regulatory counsel to the Banks senior executives managing the consumer and small banking deposits business, including branch and online banking, bank operations, and payments. Counseling the deposits business on strategic growth initiatives or partnerships with fintechs or other bank partners and third parties; Counseling the Bank on payment systems and emerging payment systems technologies and on the Banks acquiring bank relationships in the Visa and MasterCard payment networks, including contract negotiations with the acquiring banks merchants and processors; Provide legal counsel to the business on compliance with salient federal laws, rules, and regulations, including Regulation DD, Regulation CC, Regulation II, Regulation E, Regulation P, Regulation D, TCPA, CAN-SPAM, UDAAP/UDAP, E-SIGN, AML-BSA, KYC, as well as UCC and applicable state laws. Partner with the business to evaluate the legal and regulatory risks associated with new products or services designed to make the business faster, simpler, and smarter. Partner with compliance, risk, and controls to provide legal and regulatory guidance regarding the Banks policies and procedures; and Consult and collaborate with other in-house attorneys at the Bank. Must be a member of the California State Bar or otherwise be qualified to practice law in California as an in-house attorney. 10 years experience as an in-house attorney with a bank or financial institution or experience with a sophisticated law firm providing advice to banks and/or other financial institutions are required. Experience in one or more of the following areas is helpful are required. Marketing, including FTC marketing standards and guidance are required. OCC vendor management rules, regulations, and guidance are required. Branding and intellectual property issues are required. Data security standards and state and federal data breach laws; and Federal and state consumer privacy laws, rules, and regulations are required. Ability to analyze nuanced legal issues and offer practical, actionable counsel are required. Strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills, including negotiation skills are required. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail; and Strong work ethic, self?starter, comfortable in a fast?paced environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Privacy Counsel
Refer job# VJRB147912
 
Privacy Counsel DUTIES: Assess legal risks and advise managers, senior leaders and operational teams on matters involving the processing of personal data to help maintain compliant data protection and privacy practices across the Americas. Perform data protection impact and privacy-by-design assessments and advise on and develop control frameworks to enable compliance with data protection and privacy laws, focusing on the Americas, while enabling the development of new technologies and execution of business initiatives. Provide legal advice on compliance with CBREs legal obligations in responding to data subject rights requests. Develop and provide training to various business and operational teams regarding data protection and privacy compliance. Develop and maintain data protection and privacy guidelines, playbooks, agreement templates, and other resources to enable and support compliance with Americas data protection and privacy laws. Advise on new and emerging legal and regulatory developments impacting data privacy and data security, including identifying trends and potential impacts on emerging technologies and business activities. Support merger and acquisition activities by conducting privacy compliance assessments. Advise CBREs Records Manager on legal retention and deletion requirements applicable to complex data flows across the data lifecycle and maintenance of records retention schedules. Other duties as may be assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and graduation in the top 25% preferred. License or authorization to practice law in New York, Illinois, or California and Bar membership in good standing with 4-6 years experience, preferably in the area of data protection and privacy law. Demonstrable data protection and privacy law and program management skills, with an emphasis on CCPA, LGPD, CAN-SPAM, HIPAA, GDPR, e-Privacy Directive, and other applicable laws strongly preferred. Experience providing risk-based and pragmatic solutions to outstanding data protection and privacy compliance issues. Knowledge of data and information governance and associated policies. Knowledge of IT, web, and mobile technologies (especially those used in the collection, storage and analysis of data) and their privacy and data security implications preferred. Knowledge of data science, analytics, and ethics preferred. Demonstrated ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team while managing multiple priorities. Experience working in-house at a large, multi-national corporation across multiple business lines and functions preferred. Knowledge of the commercial real estate services business is helpful. Team-focused work ethic that emphasizes respect and collaboration over management hierarchy. Intermediate skills with Microsoft Office Suite.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HMPQ147942
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will work on various corporate matters, including merger, acquisition and divestment transactions, as well as corporate governance. In addition, will provide legal support to the international businesses, including drafting and negotiation of distribution agreements, supply contracts, services agreements, and other strategic commercial agreements. Will also collaborate with internal specialists and outside counsel on regulatory, compliance, trade and advertising law issues that arise in the international businesses. Furthermore, will work closely with the Senior Corporate Counsel (Licensing) and the Office of Strategic Alliances to assist with international trademark licensing transactions. Finally, will take on special projects as assigned. Will operate within a very collaborative, high performing and inclusive legal team that delivers world-class legal services to the company and to business partners. Provide support as needed within a team structure on corporate matters (including M&A and corporate governance). Work closely on international legal issues, covering a variety of matters in both leading and supporting roles. Partner with the New Business Development unit and Office of Strategic Alliances to help develop business strategies, goals and operations including advising on strategic risks and structuring for significant partnerships and alliances; new business development ventures; and new channel- and technology-related development projects, which may include international partnerships. In collaboration with the Senior Corporate Counsel, draft and negotiate brand licensing agreements, alliances agreements, and other forms of joint development effort in respect of the international business; partner with internal business teams to monitor compliance with alliances agreements. Work with Legal Services leadership, other attorneys and staff on departmental administrative matters. Develop and implement legal training for business partners. Assist in other project management work as needed. Work on special projects in the Corporate team as assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree and BA/BS degree; top tier undergraduate and law schools. Should have 3-4 years of legal employment in a top-tier law firm, with experience advising on corporate and commercial matters, including drafting and negotiating agreements and direct interaction with clients. Experience on international and cross-border transactions and issues, particularly in Asia, Middle East and/or Europe. Ideally some experience with trademark licensing transactions. Member of the California State Bar, or eligible to register under the California State Bar in-house counsel program. Broad range of relevant legal experience, including the ability to identify, prioritize and resolve critical legal issues in real time. Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills, particularly the ability to transform complex information into clear, concise and actionable communications for business partners. Willingness to learn and work on a broad variety of areas. Ability to work independently or within a team as required, including as part of cross-functional and cross-border teams. Self-starter with a sense of urgency. Ability to multi-task, handle unanticipated situations effectively and work well under pressure with tight deadlines to ensure timely and appropriate response to issues raised. Excellent judgment and ability to handle sensitive and confidential information. Outstanding execution and organizational skills and attention to detail. Excellent interpersonal skills and positive, enthusiastic attitude. Commitment to inclusion and diversity. Ability to identify and use the most efficient and effective legal resources to complete the work in a timely and cost effective manner.
 
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