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Senior Counsel, Securities

Santa Monica CA Senior Counsel, Securities Duties: Ensure compliance with federal securities laws and Nasdaq listing requirements. Review annual and quarterly SEC filings prepared by Companys external reporting team. Draft/review other SEC filings (proxy statements, Forms 8-K, Section 16 filings, registration statements, conflict minerals report). Supervise annual shareholder meetings and facilitating the relationship between the organization and its shareholders. Review earnings releases and other investor materials prepared by Companys investor relations team. Prepare materials for, and minutes of, Board and Board committee meetings. Oversee scheduling Board and Board committee meetings and assembling and disseminating Board and Board committee materials. Oversee Companys insider trading program. Support general corporate governance (e.g., advising with respect to Delaware corporate law, charter and bylaw provisions, independence and related party transactions matters, and Board committee charters). Support transactional matters (e.g., acquisitions and/or debt-related work). Support Companys financial reporting, treasury, investor relations, stock administration and executive compensation teams. Support the office of the Corporate Secretary. Oversee paralegal in his/her management of compliance with corporate law requirements for Company and its domestic subsidiaries.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited law school. Admission to California State Bar or willingness and qualifications to be
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2019-06-24

Senior Legal Counsel, Compliance

San Francisco CA Senior Legal Counsel, Compliance The candidate will provide responsibilities include: Proactively assess evolving compliance requirements - such as those relating to consumer protection, marketing, licensing, sales practices, privacy and data security, and employment law - to determine how they apply to firms business and then develop and implement processes and procedures to ensure compliance across the company. Provide actionable, business-minded guidance to business stakeholders related to consumer protection, marketing, licensing, sales practices, privacy and data security, and employment law. Conduct risk assessments to identify and rank current risks, and recommend strategies to mitigate identified gaps and/or take corrective actions to implement solutions to improve controls and operations. Educate and train stakeholders in a simple, easily understood way about compliance issues. Manage the companys local and state level licenses and oversee legal entity formation and management. Provide day-to-day compliance program leadership, including plan development, project execution, progress monitoring, and value realization. Advocate our ethical culture and core values across all departments and markets; demonstrate personal integrity, respect and teamwork in the performance of all job responsibilities. Stay up-to-date on new and evolving regulatory requirements.

The candidate must have 8+ years experience advising companies on U.S. (federal and state) compliance issues; have 2+ years of prior in-house experience is a must. Must have regulatory experience, including engagement experiences and relationships with applicable consumer protection and privacy regulatory bodies. Must have comfort working in ambiguous or outdated areas of law, as well as experience learning new areas of law and regulation in a variety of jurisdictions. Knowledge of privacy or cyber security-related regulations such as the GLBA, FCRA, CCPA; CIPP-US is a plus. Must have demonstrated ability to lead projects with cross-functional stakeholders. Must have program or project management training or experience; solid understanding of compliance and project management practices, tools and methodologies. Must have excellent critical thinking and analytical skills, with strong ability to translate concepts into clear steps and communicate them to stakeholders. Must be highly motivated, with the drive to work independently, plan and accomplish goals, manage and prioritize projects with deadlines, and ability to thrive in a fast paced, changing environment. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar.
Legal 2 - 8 Full-time 2019-06-24

Corporate Counsel

San Jose CA Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of complex commercial, technology (including cloud and SaaS models), intellectual property, channel and vendor agreements that comply with the companys policies and risk tolerance. Respond promptly and effectively to legal requests from sales, business development, operations, senior management, marketing, corporate finance and other internal clients, and advise on recommended courses of action and legal risks. Support continuous improvement of standard form agreements, internal review processes, policies and legal processes related to commercial transactions. Develop and maintain centralized filing processes and reports for various types of contracts. Support product and regulatory compliance. Manage contract administration database. Provide corporate wide training on contract related matters. Handle special projects as needed.

Requirements: JD Degree, be admitted to practice law and be a member in good standing of the California Bar. 5-8 years of relevant contract management experience. Experience in privacy and data protection laws including HIPAA, FINRA, and GDPR. Knowledge of federal, state and local laws. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Licensing experience supporting software/technology sales, business development, professional services and procurement. Experience negotiating large, complex enterprise agreements in a fast-paced, demanding sales environment. Must be detail-oriented and insist on high quality work product. Flexibility and willingness to work on a wide range of complex matters with minimal supervision, often in a time-sensitive and extremely fast-paced environment. Strong negotiation skills and a track record of establishing strong working relationships.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2019-06-24

Legal Counsel, Litigation

San Jose CA Legal Counsel, Litigation The candidate will manage a variety of litigation matters. Should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and have 6+ years of experience in patent litigation and complex commercial litigation. Specific expertise in patent litigation is required. Experience working with cloud-based service companies and in-house experience is valued. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Senior Corporate Counsel, Digital Platform & Experience

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Digital Platform and Experience The candidate be first point of contact on all legal issues for two business units in DPE: the Digital Help & Experience (DHX) team and (the brand-new) E-Commerce and Front Doors (EFD) team. Will be a member of the leadership team in these business units, and have the opportunity to support a variety of business activities. Reporting to the Assistant General Counsel, will partner with business and legal colleagues to provide business-enabling, practical, and creative legal guidance, directly impacting the companys ability to meet and exceed our strategic goals. Serve as first point of contact on all legal issues in 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 and 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.

The candidate should have JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school; member in good standing of the California Bar. Must have 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 is required. Must have demonstrated ability to work in a complex environment to provide consistent, practical, timely, and business-enabling legal advice. Should have 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.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Associate General Counsel - Employment Law

Mission Viejo CA Associate General Counsel - Employment Law Responsibilities: Advise HR department, field personnel, and workers compensation resources in a broad range of employment matters, including recruiting, hiring, benefits, compensation, employee relations, discipline, terminations, harassment, discrimination, disability, wage and hour compliance, and strategies for managing risk around employment matters. Perform all aspects of federal and state administrative agency (e.g., DFEH, EEOC, DOL, etc.) dispute process from start to finish, including investigation, drafting position statements, and attending mediations. Serve as the front line of defense in all pre-litigation employment matters, including demand letter response and communication with opposing counsel. Manage employment litigation and strategize with outside counsel in relation to same. Prepare and conduct employment law training programs for human resources and leadership in the client facilities/agencies. Communicate clearly, concisely and professionally with all levels of management regarding complex employment legal issues. Work in a fast-paced environment and juggle multiple priorities. Travel as needed, currently estimated as 35% or less.

Qualifications: Law degree with a license to practice in the State of California. 5-7 years of employment law experience, either as in-house counsel or in a law firm setting. Healthcare law experience preferred. Experience in managing and responding to employment claims, including but not limited to allegations filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (and state equivalents), Department of Labor Standards Enforcement, Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Program, and other similar agencies. Expert knowledge of US labor and employment laws and legal issues, including but not limited to FEHA, Title VII, ADA, ADEA, NLRA, FMLA, and FLSA compliance. Proficient in writing and training.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-06-24

Intellectual Property Counsel

Pleasanton CA Intellectual Property Counsel Responsibilities: Strategic contributor to the drafting, prosecution and maintenance of patents and trademarks. Provide hands-on direction and input to outside counsel, and to draft/review a wide variety of work product. Contribute to global patent strategy as needed over time with a focus on alignment of the patent portfolio with 10xs business needs, priorities and resources. Identifying and navigating patent and trademark opportunities and risks worldwide for Genomics business, programs and operations. Strategic contributor to IP due diligence, technology assessments and FTO analyses in potential strategic transactions (including M&A, licensing and financing), as well as utilization of outside counsel in the same. Proactively counseling all levels of the organization on IP matters, ranging from broad strategic objectives to day-to-day collaboration with and input to 10xs research and development groups and teams. Collaborating with in-house and outside counsel on IP-related proceedings, challenges, disputes and litigation.

Qualifications: JD degree and member of patent Bar. 5-7 years' experience in life sciences, biotechnology or closely related patent areas, preferably with some in-house experience. Skilled at integrating legal advice with business acumen and sound judgment. Able to serve as a strong business partner, collaborator and project manager. Excellent writing, communication, organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to strategically educate and support fellow employees. Self-directed and proactive, comfortable executing on multiple projects independently and in collaboration with others. Skilled at managing outside counsel.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-06-24

Vice President Associate General Counsel, Corporate Securities

San Jose CA Vice President Associate General Counsel, Corporate Securities The candidate will be responsible for all aspects of firms compliance with the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and corporate governance requirements. Manage all aspects of SEC reporting and compliance including Sarbanes-Oxley, corporate finance, periodic reports, proxy statements, and annual reports, NASDAQ compliance, disclosure, international corporate compliance and investor relations matters. Oversee the provision of advice and support concerning corporate/securities and governance matters to help ensure that practices comply with law and industry best practices. Oversee design, implementation, monitoring and refining of the Company's corporate governance programs and policies. Manage all corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, and oversight of domestic and foreign subsidiaries. Provide advice and support to EMC and Board of Directors and its committees. Complete responsibility for the supervision and direction of outside counsel. Develop and manage legal budgets related to corporate/securities and governance matters. Regularly advise corporate functions such as finance & accounting, investor relations, and corporate communications with respect to Reg FD disclosure requirements and dealings with financial analysts, institutional investors and individual stockholders, and other media matters. Keeping abreast of proposed and existing legislation and regulations, counseling management leaders with respect to the impact of such new laws and regulations, and coordinating compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act as well as the NASDAQ listing requirements. Provide advice and support to CEO, finance & accounting and HR in the design and implementation of compensation programs, including cash bonus and equity incentive programs. Perform other duties may be assigned.

The candidate must have JD or equivalent degree from an accredited law school. Admission to a State Bar (California Bar - highly desirable) is essential. At least 15 years of professional legal experience, including primary responsibility for corporate/securities and governance matters of a publicly traded company is needed. In-house experience at a medical device, pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other life sciences company is strongly preferred. Demonstrated expertise with corporate/securities and governance matters as well as corporate transactions such as mergers and acquisitions, financings and the like is necessary.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Senior Corporate Counsel - Products and Services

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel - Products and Services The candidate will handle duties that include: Support product development, readiness and releases by identifying and recommending resolution of issues related to intellectual property matters, data privacy & security, marketing, competition, and other legal and regulatory issues; Build a trusted advisor relationship with senior managers; Engage with product team members at all levels, including product managers, release managers, software engineers, data scientists, technical writers and marketing; Partner with cloud, mobile and technology teams to support various initiatives, including cloud readiness, app store launches, preview releases, early adopter programs and go-to-market plans; Review, draft and negotiate technology agreements, including inbound/OEM license agreements, software license agreements, cloud terms of service, consulting and development agreements and other agreements that will provide third-party components for product development; Perform due diligence to ensure compliance with inbound agreements, open source (O/S) licenses, security attestations and government regulations and certifications; Review marketing materials and external communications relating to responsible product areas; Collaborate with and support legal colleagues responsible for negotiating outbound agreements for Splunk offerings to achieve shared objectives; Support M&A, investments or strategic alliance activities, including due diligence reviews, advising on transaction structure, and supporting transaction execution and integration requirements; Assist in development and dissemination of other policies and procedures involving licensing, intellectual property and related issues; Pitch in on other responsibilities as needed. Must have JD degree from ABA accredited university and member in good standing of the California Bar. Should have 8+ years of experience providing legal support to technology businesses at both a well-regarded law firm and corporate legal department. Should have 4+ years of experience in the software/SaaS industry required with exposure to cloud and mobile; understanding of Big Data, machine learningand CI/CD a bonus. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-22

Senior Corporate Counsel

Sunnyvale CA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate acts as a legal advisor to assigned internal clients (including the range of company businesses and functions). Identifies legal risk and recommends solutions that help address the clients objectives. Represents company in transactions, interactions or disputes with customers, suppliers, partners, and competitors. Balances the business interests of client groups with ultimate fiduciary responsibility to company. Represents the company before industry policy setting organizations, and other regulatory bodies. Manages the development of legal strategies for senior management of one or more units of a large global or regional business; or leads complex commercial transactions; or provides specialized legal expertise in one or more areas of strategic importance or having significant impact on revenue, risk, or policy for client base. Develops and recommends innovative process improvements to effectively address business needs. Identifies and resolves highly complex legal, regulatory, and business issues. Manages legal responsibilities for multiple client organizations with divergent priorities and needs. Leads complex, multidimensional projects or transactions. Takes full accountability for clients' legal needs by networking effectively to achieve resolution of matters outside of direct subject matter expertise or responsibility.

The candidate should have Advanced university degree in law (e.g. JD or LLB). Meets local legal license requirements. Typically 10+ years of commercial legal experience at a law firm or in-house. Significant experience managing multiple, complex, strategic, specialty law projects, issues, and transactions is required. Knowledge: Mastery of legal and relevant business knowledge in multiple practices areas. Recognized subject matter expert in a key practice area. Broad and deep knowledge of company policies, procedures, and practices. Developed awareness of how to operate successfully in multiple international legal environments. Mastery in negotiating or advising senior representatives of external and internal organizations on complex and high value/risk matters. English language skills to business standard required.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-22
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Legal Counsel, Commercial Litigation - 200059360
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Location : Cupertino California United States

Job Summary: Imagine what you could do here. At Apple, new ideas have a way of becoming great products, services, and customer experiences very quickly. Bring passion and dedication to your job and there's no telling what you could accomplish. Do... + read more

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Sr. Legal Counsel, IP Litigation - 114427203
In-House,Apple, Inc.
Location : Cupertino California United States

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Senior Counsel, Securities
Refer job# XCUG144682
 
Senior Counsel, Securities Duties: Ensure compliance with federal securities laws and Nasdaq listing requirements. Review annual and quarterly SEC filings prepared by Companys external reporting team. Draft/review other SEC filings (proxy statements, Forms 8-K, Section 16 filings, registration statements, conflict minerals report). Supervise annual shareholder meetings and facilitating the relationship between the organization and its shareholders. Review earnings releases and other investor materials prepared by Companys investor relations team. Prepare materials for, and minutes of, Board and Board committee meetings. Oversee scheduling Board and Board committee meetings and assembling and disseminating Board and Board committee materials. Oversee Companys insider trading program. Support general corporate governance (e.g., advising with respect to Delaware corporate law, charter and bylaw provisions, independence and related party transactions matters, and Board committee charters). Support transactional matters (e.g., acquisitions and/or debt-related work). Support Companys financial reporting, treasury, investor relations, stock administration and executive compensation teams. Support the office of the Corporate Secretary. Oversee paralegal in his/her management of compliance with corporate law requirements for Company and its domestic subsidiaries.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited law school. Admission to California State Bar or willingness and qualifications to be
 
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Senior Legal Counsel, Compliance
Refer job# QCEH144685
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Compliance The candidate will provide responsibilities include: Proactively assess evolving compliance requirements - such as those relating to consumer protection, marketing, licensing, sales practices, privacy and data security, and employment law - to determine how they apply to firms business and then develop and implement processes and procedures to ensure compliance across the company. Provide actionable, business-minded guidance to business stakeholders related to consumer protection, marketing, licensing, sales practices, privacy and data security, and employment law. Conduct risk assessments to identify and rank current risks, and recommend strategies to mitigate identified gaps and/or take corrective actions to implement solutions to improve controls and operations. Educate and train stakeholders in a simple, easily understood way about compliance issues. Manage the companys local and state level licenses and oversee legal entity formation and management. Provide day-to-day compliance program leadership, including plan development, project execution, progress monitoring, and value realization. Advocate our ethical culture and core values across all departments and markets; demonstrate personal integrity, respect and teamwork in the performance of all job responsibilities. Stay up-to-date on new and evolving regulatory requirements.

The candidate must have 8+ years experience advising companies on U.S. (federal and state) compliance issues; have 2+ years of prior in-house experience is a must. Must have regulatory experience, including engagement experiences and relationships with applicable consumer protection and privacy regulatory bodies. Must have comfort working in ambiguous or outdated areas of law, as well as experience learning new areas of law and regulation in a variety of jurisdictions. Knowledge of privacy or cyber security-related regulations such as the GLBA, FCRA, CCPA; CIPP-US is a plus. Must have demonstrated ability to lead projects with cross-functional stakeholders. Must have program or project management training or experience; solid understanding of compliance and project management practices, tools and methodologies. Must have excellent critical thinking and analytical skills, with strong ability to translate concepts into clear steps and communicate them to stakeholders. Must be highly motivated, with the drive to work independently, plan and accomplish goals, manage and prioritize projects with deadlines, and ability to thrive in a fast paced, changing environment. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZFXJ144695
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of complex commercial, technology (including cloud and SaaS models), intellectual property, channel and vendor agreements that comply with the companys policies and risk tolerance. Respond promptly and effectively to legal requests from sales, business development, operations, senior management, marketing, corporate finance and other internal clients, and advise on recommended courses of action and legal risks. Support continuous improvement of standard form agreements, internal review processes, policies and legal processes related to commercial transactions. Develop and maintain centralized filing processes and reports for various types of contracts. Support product and regulatory compliance. Manage contract administration database. Provide corporate wide training on contract related matters. Handle special projects as needed.

Requirements: JD Degree, be admitted to practice law and be a member in good standing of the California Bar. 5-8 years of relevant contract management experience. Experience in privacy and data protection laws including HIPAA, FINRA, and GDPR. Knowledge of federal, state and local laws. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Licensing experience supporting software/technology sales, business development, professional services and procurement. Experience negotiating large, complex enterprise agreements in a fast-paced, demanding sales environment. Must be detail-oriented and insist on high quality work product. Flexibility and willingness to work on a wide range of complex matters with minimal supervision, often in a time-sensitive and extremely fast-paced environment. Strong negotiation skills and a track record of establishing strong working relationships.
 
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Legal Counsel, Litigation
Refer job# MEXQ144698
 
Legal Counsel, Litigation The candidate will manage a variety of litigation matters. Should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and have 6+ years of experience in patent litigation and complex commercial litigation. Specific expertise in patent litigation is required. Experience working with cloud-based service companies and in-house experience is valued.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Digital Platform & Experience
Refer job# WOGE144712
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Digital Platform and Experience The candidate be first point of contact on all legal issues for two business units in DPE: the Digital Help & Experience (DHX) team and (the brand-new) E-Commerce and Front Doors (EFD) team. Will be a member of the leadership team in these business units, and have the opportunity to support a variety of business activities. Reporting to the Assistant General Counsel, will partner with business and legal colleagues to provide business-enabling, practical, and creative legal guidance, directly impacting the companys ability to meet and exceed our strategic goals. Serve as first point of contact on all legal issues in 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 and 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.

The candidate should have JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school; member in good standing of the California Bar. Must have 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 is required. Must have demonstrated ability to work in a complex environment to provide consistent, practical, timely, and business-enabling legal advice. Should have 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.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel - Employment Law
Refer job# YTYQ144721
 
Associate General Counsel - Employment Law Responsibilities: Advise HR department, field personnel, and workers compensation resources in a broad range of employment matters, including recruiting, hiring, benefits, compensation, employee relations, discipline, terminations, harassment, discrimination, disability, wage and hour compliance, and strategies for managing risk around employment matters. Perform all aspects of federal and state administrative agency (e.g., DFEH, EEOC, DOL, etc.) dispute process from start to finish, including investigation, drafting position statements, and attending mediations. Serve as the front line of defense in all pre-litigation employment matters, including demand letter response and communication with opposing counsel. Manage employment litigation and strategize with outside counsel in relation to same. Prepare and conduct employment law training programs for human resources and leadership in the client facilities/agencies. Communicate clearly, concisely and professionally with all levels of management regarding complex employment legal issues. Work in a fast-paced environment and juggle multiple priorities. Travel as needed, currently estimated as 35% or less.

Qualifications: Law degree with a license to practice in the State of California. 5-7 years of employment law experience, either as in-house counsel or in a law firm setting. Healthcare law experience preferred. Experience in managing and responding to employment claims, including but not limited to allegations filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (and state equivalents), Department of Labor Standards Enforcement, Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Program, and other similar agencies. Expert knowledge of US labor and employment laws and legal issues, including but not limited to FEHA, Title VII, ADA, ADEA, NLRA, FMLA, and FLSA compliance. Proficient in writing and training.
 
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Intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# UIAK144724
 
Intellectual Property Counsel Responsibilities: Strategic contributor to the drafting, prosecution and maintenance of patents and trademarks. Provide hands-on direction and input to outside counsel, and to draft/review a wide variety of work product. Contribute to global patent strategy as needed over time with a focus on alignment of the patent portfolio with 10xs business needs, priorities and resources. Identifying and navigating patent and trademark opportunities and risks worldwide for Genomics business, programs and operations. Strategic contributor to IP due diligence, technology assessments and FTO analyses in potential strategic transactions (including M&A, licensing and financing), as well as utilization of outside counsel in the same. Proactively counseling all levels of the organization on IP matters, ranging from broad strategic objectives to day-to-day collaboration with and input to 10xs research and development groups and teams. Collaborating with in-house and outside counsel on IP-related proceedings, challenges, disputes and litigation.

Qualifications: JD degree and member of patent Bar. 5-7 years' experience in life sciences, biotechnology or closely related patent areas, preferably with some in-house experience. Skilled at integrating legal advice with business acumen and sound judgment. Able to serve as a strong business partner, collaborator and project manager. Excellent writing, communication, organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to strategically educate and support fellow employees. Self-directed and proactive, comfortable executing on multiple projects independently and in collaboration with others. Skilled at managing outside counsel.
 
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Vice President Associate General Counsel, Corporate Securities
Refer job# BXIU144726
 
Vice President Associate General Counsel, Corporate Securities The candidate will be responsible for all aspects of firms compliance with the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and corporate governance requirements. Manage all aspects of SEC reporting and compliance including Sarbanes-Oxley, corporate finance, periodic reports, proxy statements, and annual reports, NASDAQ compliance, disclosure, international corporate compliance and investor relations matters. Oversee the provision of advice and support concerning corporate/securities and governance matters to help ensure that practices comply with law and industry best practices. Oversee design, implementation, monitoring and refining of the Company's corporate governance programs and policies. Manage all corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, and oversight of domestic and foreign subsidiaries. Provide advice and support to EMC and Board of Directors and its committees. Complete responsibility for the supervision and direction of outside counsel. Develop and manage legal budgets related to corporate/securities and governance matters. Regularly advise corporate functions such as finance & accounting, investor relations, and corporate communications with respect to Reg FD disclosure requirements and dealings with financial analysts, institutional investors and individual stockholders, and other media matters. Keeping abreast of proposed and existing legislation and regulations, counseling management leaders with respect to the impact of such new laws and regulations, and coordinating compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act as well as the NASDAQ listing requirements. Provide advice and support to CEO, finance & accounting and HR in the design and implementation of compensation programs, including cash bonus and equity incentive programs. Perform other duties may be assigned.

The candidate must have JD or equivalent degree from an accredited law school. Admission to a State Bar (California Bar - highly desirable) is essential. At least 15 years of professional legal experience, including primary responsibility for corporate/securities and governance matters of a publicly traded company is needed. In-house experience at a medical device, pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other life sciences company is strongly preferred. Demonstrated expertise with corporate/securities and governance matters as well as corporate transactions such as mergers and acquisitions, financings and the like is necessary.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Products and Services
Refer job# RLEB144654
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Products and Services The candidate will handle duties that include: Support product development, readiness and releases by identifying and recommending resolution of issues related to intellectual property matters, data privacy & security, marketing, competition, and other legal and regulatory issues; Build a trusted advisor relationship with senior managers; Engage with product team members at all levels, including product managers, release managers, software engineers, data scientists, technical writers and marketing; Partner with cloud, mobile and technology teams to support various initiatives, including cloud readiness, app store launches, preview releases, early adopter programs and go-to-market plans; Review, draft and negotiate technology agreements, including inbound/OEM license agreements, software license agreements, cloud terms of service, consulting and development agreements and other agreements that will provide third-party components for product development; Perform due diligence to ensure compliance with inbound agreements, open source (O/S) licenses, security attestations and government regulations and certifications; Review marketing materials and external communications relating to responsible product areas; Collaborate with and support legal colleagues responsible for negotiating outbound agreements for Splunk offerings to achieve shared objectives; Support M&A, investments or strategic alliance activities, including due diligence reviews, advising on transaction structure, and supporting transaction execution and integration requirements; Assist in development and dissemination of other policies and procedures involving licensing, intellectual property and related issues; Pitch in on other responsibilities as needed. Must have JD degree from ABA accredited university and member in good standing of the California Bar. Should have 8+ years of experience providing legal support to technology businesses at both a well-regarded law firm and corporate legal department. Should have 4+ years of experience in the software/SaaS industry required with exposure to cloud and mobile; understanding of Big Data, machine learningand CI/CD a bonus.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
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Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate acts as a legal advisor to assigned internal clients (including the range of company businesses and functions). Identifies legal risk and recommends solutions that help address the clients objectives. Represents company in transactions, interactions or disputes with customers, suppliers, partners, and competitors. Balances the business interests of client groups with ultimate fiduciary responsibility to company. Represents the company before industry policy setting organizations, and other regulatory bodies. Manages the development of legal strategies for senior management of one or more units of a large global or regional business; or leads complex commercial transactions; or provides specialized legal expertise in one or more areas of strategic importance or having significant impact on revenue, risk, or policy for client base. Develops and recommends innovative process improvements to effectively address business needs. Identifies and resolves highly complex legal, regulatory, and business issues. Manages legal responsibilities for multiple client organizations with divergent priorities and needs. Leads complex, multidimensional projects or transactions. Takes full accountability for clients' legal needs by networking effectively to achieve resolution of matters outside of direct subject matter expertise or responsibility.

The candidate should have Advanced university degree in law (e.g. JD or LLB). Meets local legal license requirements. Typically 10+ years of commercial legal experience at a law firm or in-house. Significant experience managing multiple, complex, strategic, specialty law projects, issues, and transactions is required. Knowledge: Mastery of legal and relevant business knowledge in multiple practices areas. Recognized subject matter expert in a key practice area. Broad and deep knowledge of company policies, procedures, and practices. Developed awareness of how to operate successfully in multiple international legal environments. Mastery in negotiating or advising senior representatives of external and internal organizations on complex and high value/risk matters. English language skills to business standard required.
 
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