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Commercial Contracts Attorney

Denver CO Commercial Contracts Attorney The candidate will draft, review, negotiate and close: Contracts for company's cyber security software and services with customers; Contracts with resellers of company's services and strategic partners; Confidentiality agreements, Data processing agreements and business associate agreements addressing data protection and data privacy requirements. Vendor contracts- Write playbook. Develop a library of fallback contractual provisions and develop a policy for consistent use of these fallbacks. Develop, draft and implement efficient processes. Work with Sales Operations and Order Support teams to operationalize contracts and improve our customer experience. Research legal issues as needed and turn research into concise and understandable memos. Develop and deliver dynamic and engaging commercial training to the enterprise. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience as an attorney, in a technology environment. Must have Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and an active licensed attorney in the United States. Demonstrated experience negotiating SaaS and professional services contracts is required. Working knowledge of GDPR, CCPA, and HIPAA is required. Must have superior legal and analytical skills, using excellent judgment and initiative in selecting the most effective solutions. Possesses strong business acumen including the ability to think like a businessperson and integrate legal and business issues, balancing risk, revenue, and company policy. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-03-01

Associate General Counsel-litigation

Broomfield CO Associate General Counsel-Litigation The counsel will work on everything from contracts to food science. Assess the risks, evaluate effects and propose sustainable solutions that have a positive impact. Advise the business on a wide range of litigation matters. Report to the SVP, General Counsel. Manage US litigation docket (except for labor & employment matters). Develop and execute litigation strategy for each matter. Manage outside law firm partners. Budget and track spend for all litigation matters; manage fees and expenses vigilantly. Ensure alternative fee arrangements are within agreed spend parameters. Work with insurance companies to optimize coverage. Conduct engaging internal trainings for employees on various topics to help reduce risk. Provide accurate, reasoned and concise advice on short notice without undue reliance on outside counsel. Serve as a lead role in dispute negotiations. Collaborate and grow the greater team; partner with peers to increase efficiency and the skill within the department. Be responsible for internal litigation reports and tracking as required and coordination of accruals. Assist with special projects as needed. Effectively communicate risk and strategy to business partners including Senior Management. Have the opportunity to serve as single point of contact for one of the Company's 7 business units, which requires the provision of practical legal advice on matters beyond the scope of litigation.

The candidate must hold a JD from an accredited law school and have a valid license in good standing to practice law; member of Colorado Bar or eligible for admission to the Colorado Bar with 10+ years of experience managing litigation as an attorney in private practice and/or with a large corporation. Business litigation, class action and product liability defense experience required. Prop 65 experience is a plus. In-house experience preferred.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-02-27

Legal Counsel, Litigation And Investigations

Boulder CO Legal Counsel, Litigation and Investigations The candidate will support the Litigation and Investigations team coordinating closely with the Compliance and Employment teams. Will report to the Senior Director, Compliance & Risk. Support global litigation and pre-litigation matters across a wide range of issues. Support all facets of commercial litigation including responding to subpoenas and discovery requests, assessing and responding to bankruptcy notices, drafting and revising legal briefs, interviewing witnesses, preparing witnesses for testimony, and negotiating and drafting settlements. Also support the Employment and IP teams on employment or patent litigation as appropriate. Supervise outside counsel relationships, including staffing, litigation strategy, work product, and budgets. Work closely with internal business partners across the organization to proactively address and resolve potential disputes while supporting business objectives. Innovate and drive scalable processes and procedures to support a rapidly-growing global business. Enhance the company's eDiscovery program including maintaining guidelines and processes and ongoing review and assessment of communication and collaboration tools working closely with the Legal Operations teams. Support the team on a variety of internal investigations in collaboration with other applicable corporate functions, including Internal Audit, Finance, HR and Sales. Coordinate with the team on remediation and corrective action as appropriate for violations of company policies and procedures. Track and report on status and outcomes of investigations, litigation matters and dispute resolution issues. Develop automated and scalable processes that allow for verification and auditing. Whenever possible, use company technology to drive these efforts.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from a top-tier law school and be in good standing to practice law in the State of California. Must have 8+ years of broad litigation and investigation experience at a leading law firm and/or in-house, handling complex commercial litigation, including class action litigation, alternative dispute resolution, pre-litigation disputes and internal investigations. Deep knowledge of eDiscovery issues, including document retention policies and procedures; collection, review, and production of documents; and third-party subpoena compliance required. Experience conducting compliance-related investigations in/for a multinational organization is needed. Experience working with or in a fast-paced multinational b2b or enterprise software company with a channel sales model preferred. Combination of both in-house and law firm experience desired. Should be comfortable presenting to and engaging with senior leaders. Experience creating and conducting formal presentations and trainings globally is needed.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-02-27

Contracts Attorney

Denver CO Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Review, draft and negotiate complex commercial contracts with clients, partners, subcontractors, and vendors, including master services agreements, SOWs, NDAs, supply chain agreements, licensing agreements, managed service agreements, technology agreements (SaaS), and similar contracts. Create, revise, and maintain contract templates, policies, and related documentation. Provide day-to-day legal counsel to all levels of management on contract negotiation, dispute resolution, and compliance matters. Frequently advise on performance issues and available contractual remedies. Act as a legal liaison between outside legal counsel for all contract issues. Support the Law Department by recommending and implementing a contract lifecycle management process, including the development of contracting standards applicable to the organization to achieve organization-wide consistency. Research, evaluate, and make recommendations for contract management products and other legal technology tools to streamline legal processes. Assist with resolving litigation matters, including working with outside counsel assigned to litigation matters. Assist in implementing performance improvement processes to better serve the organization. Support business partners in negotiations with clients. Monitor federal, state, and local legal developments and advise business partners on recommended compliance. Support the legal department's overall goal of increasing organizational efficiency and achievement of business objectives in a manner that minimizes legal risk. Supportive of greater legal team; perform other duties as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Licensed to practice law and in good standing in Colorado. 2+ years of experience of relevant corporate legal experience as in-house counsel with 2+ years of contract experience required. Ability to manage multiple matters and changing priorities while completing projects effectively and efficiently in a timely and accurate manner. Excellent communication (oral and written), organization, analytical and interpersonal skills. Possess a keen attention to detail and sound judgment; ability to think critically, make and articulate well-reasoned recommendations. Ability to clearly communicate complex concepts to internal clients and external parties. Ability to counsel internal clients on the risks associated with various options and to present creative solutions to difficult problems to achieve the desired business outcome while appropriately managing risk. Performance-driven with good business sense, a strong work ethic, and a sense of urgency, honesty, and fairness. Experience with litigation and the management of discovery a big plus, or desire to learn litigation management also a plus. Experience writing a variety of demand letters. Collaborative nature and collegial attitude; calm under pressure. Ability to work well with others in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Ability to be respectful, approachable, and team-oriented while building strong working relationships and a positive work environment. Consistent discretion, good judgment, and the ability to maintain appropriate confidentiality. Keen attention to detail. Proficient in using standard office software such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Adobe Acrobat, and Adobe Reader. Ability to meet HSS's driving requirements and maintain a valid driver's license.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-02-26

Corporate Counsel - Employment

Centennial CO Corporate Counsel - Employment Duties: Work with HR Business Partners to identify requirements for an ER support model including the tracking, investigation and resolution of employee-related issues in a timely fashion. Implement standardized processes for handling ER issues while helping get to root cause and remediation. Work closely with HR Regional Managers to investigate, document and resolve employee disciplinary issues including employee relations complaints/investigations, performance improvement plan (PIP) implementation and involuntary terminations. Work with HR to resolve any ADA requests for accommodations. Assist in the preparation and responses to third-party EEOC, and other governmental charges and requests as well as threatened litigation. Provide guidance regarding compliance with employment laws, wage/hour laws, sexual harassment and discrimination prevention, etc. Deliver high quality decisions and counsel consistently to human resources. Identify and analyze employee relations matters and recommend appropriate employment action to maintain continuity of approach, achieve optimal performance, and minimize risk. Coordinate with HR regarding employee-related aspects of involuntary terminations such as termination for cause, job eliminations, and separations. This includes employee documentation preparation, notifications, tracking of termination documentation and related reporting.

Qualifications: JD Degree and current admission to CO Bar required. 5 years experience focused in employment law or related field, including representation before administrative tribunals. Strong project and time management skills with ability to multi-task and manage multiple projects to closure. Exceptional communication, active listening and presentation skills. Ability to work collaboratively to drive and influence decisions and outcomes. Ability to adapt and work effectively with diverse personalities and functions at all levels in an organization and in a virtual environment. Must demonstrate a working knowledge of federal and state employee and labor laws, regulations, and practices for United States and Canada. Ability to document clearly and effectively. Demonstrated ability to clearly identify issues and create positive solutions to minimize conflict, promote positive employee engagement through creativity and passion for the employee experience. Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Ability to travel as needed.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-02-26

Legal Counsel, Litigation And Investigations

Boulder CO Legal Counsel, Litigation and Investigations The candidate will support the Litigation & Investigations team coordinating closely with the Compliance and Employment teams. Will report to the Senior. Director, Compliance & Risk. Will address a broad range of risk management issues in a global environment and help inform company's global compliance program. Support global litigation and pre-litigation matters across a wide range of issues. Support all facets of commercial litigation including responding to subpoenas and discovery requests, assessing and responding to bankruptcy notices, drafting and revising legal briefs, interviewing witnesses, preparing witnesses for testimony, and negotiating and drafting settlements. Support the Employment and IP teams on employment or patent litigation as appropriate. Supervise outside counsel relationships, including staffing, litigation strategy, work product, and budgets. Work closely with internal business partners across the organization to proactively address and resolve potential disputes while supporting business objectives. Innovate and drive scalable processes and procedures to support a rapidly-growing global business. Enhance the Company's eDiscovery program including maintaining guidelines and processes and ongoing review and assessment of communication and collaboration tools working closely with the Legal Operations teams. Support the team on a variety of internal investigations in collaboration with other applicable corporate functions, including Internal Audit, Finance, HR and Sales. Coordinate with the team on remediation and corrective action as appropriate for violations of company policies and procedures. Track and report on status and outcomes of investigations, litigation matters and dispute resolution issues. Develop automated and scalable processes that allow for verification and auditing. Whenever possible, use technology to drive these efforts.

The candidate must have J.D. degree from a top-tier law school and good standing to practice law in the State of California with 8+ years of broad litigation and investigation experience at a leading law firm and/or in-house, handling complex commercial litigation, including class action litigation, alternative dispute resolution, pre-litigation disputes and internal investigations. Experience conducting compliance-related investigations in/for a multi-national organization. Experience working with or in a fast-paced multinational b2b or enterprise software company with a channel sales model preferred. Combination of both in-house and law firm experience desired. Experience creating and conducting formal presentations and trainings globally. Have deep knowledge of eDiscovery issues, including document retention policies and procedures; collection, review, and production of documents; and third-party subpoena compliance. Ability to provide practical, actionable advice while balancing risks and business reward required. Possess strong organizational skills, an ability to juggle multiple projects at a time in a fast-moving, quickly-changing environment, both collaborating as a team and working independently. Outstanding communication skills, both written and verbal and ability to advocate for a position while maintaining an open-minded approach. Comfort presenting to and engaging with senior leaders. Ability to travel (domestically and internationally) required. Be highly collaborative and entrepreneurial, embracing the opportunity to help innovate, drive, and scale best-in-class risk management programs, build internal relationships, drive strategy across multiple functions, and anticipate evolving risk in a global market. Be flexible, creative, and self-motivated--showing initiative and perseverance, resourcefulness, a strong work ethic, a collaborative approach.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-02-25

Insurance Regulatory Counsel - Property and Casualty

Denver CO Insurance Regulatory Counsel - Property and Casualty The candidate will work with various teams throughout the company including underwriting (multiple lines of business), comptrollers, investments, regulatory reporting, tax, and litigation, as well as regulators. Will provide insurance regulatory support for operations of company's property casualty business. Areas of responsibility will include support of underwriting, comptrollers and other groups that need assistance in addressing particular aspects of state insurance law or federal law, as applicable. This will include drafting of filings with applicable regulators. The position will also require legal research, general policy review, and counsel of business partners. Support issues related to insurance policy rate and form filings. Support issues related to market conduct and financial exams. Prepare regulatory filings (e.g., Holding Company, and company licensing). Partner and interact with state regulators. Support issues related to consumer complaints, and information requests. Provide guidance concerning financial statement disclosures. Oversee monitoring of insurance laws and insurance department actions. Should have a J.D. degree and be admitted to at least one state. Must have 5+ years of major law firm or in-house experience in the insurance industry. Experience with property and casualty insurance strongly preferred. Experience handling insurance regulatory matters and demonstrable experience in one or more of the areas of responsibility is needed. Experience with drafting, mark-ups and negotiation of agreements is essential. Should be knowledgeable about regulatory and risk management functions. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-02-25

Corporate Counsel

Littleton CO Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review, revise and negotiate customer contracts, vendor agreements, technology licenses and other agreements. Assist with the development and administration of various contract policies, templates and processes. Work with business leaders to develop or enhance legal strategies around areas such as product development and expansion, risk management, data privacy, data security, information technology, intellectual property, geographic expansion and other areas. Work with the Chief Legal and Compliance Officer and other members of the Legal and Compliance department to develop and support compliance policies and procedures as appropriate. Assist with the preparation of RFP, data and compliance request responses. Apply effective risk management techniques and offer proactive, pragmatic advice. Work with outside counsel, external stakeholders and service providers. Provide clarification on legal language or specifications.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a top tier law school. Licensed to practice law in Colorado, or ability to obtain license in reasonable period of time. 5+ years of progressive experience as a transactional attorney, ideally with 2+ years as in-house counsel; broad, mid-sized company commercial experience preferred. Extensive experience drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements. Familiarity with the payments industry and privacy laws, particularly as they apply to personally identifiable information, and information security is a plus. Proven experience as a legal counsel in business environment. Excellent knowledge and understanding of commercial law and procedures. High degree of professional ethics and integrity. Ability to work remotely and independently with little oversight, with the judgment to know when to raise concerns that require further attention. Positive, team-oriented approach to the task at hand. Ability to work collaboratively with internal and external constituencies to work toward appropriate, risk-based solutions. Strong interpersonal, writing and communications skills; ability to work cross-functionally and with diverse teams; ability to clearly articulate and present complex advice to executives, other employees and external constituencies. Ability to proactively identify and solve complex problems and to think strategically and beyond existing solutions and frameworks.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-02-24

Corporate Counsel

Denver CO Corporate Counsel Duties: Review, draft, and negotiate a heavy volume and wide variety of contracts, including sales, services, food and beverage, lodging, event, marketing, sponsorship, supply, equipment agreements, maintenance and service contracts. Collaborate with department colleagues and policy/subject-matter specialists on various legal, local/state government and regulatory issues. Interact with vendors and vendors counsel regarding commercial agreement negotiation and support. Work with legal, business and operations teams to improve contracting processes and management, including developing internal policies regarding the same. Advise on and draft contest/sweepstakes rules. Conduct research on a wide variety of issues. Review, draft and negotiate AIA and other construction agreements, real property leases, easements, licenses, purchase and sale agreements and assist with land use matters, entitlements, and title and survey review. Oversee legal issues and/or manage outside counsel in matters associated with insurance, litigation, human resources, joint ventures and corporate structuring, liquor licensing. Assist with transactional work, including the drafting of NDAs, LOIs and definitive agreements, as well as assist with all aspects of transactional due diligence. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Undergraduate diploma or masters degree. Member in good standing with the Colorado or other relevant State Bar Association. Admission to California, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, Washington bars or admitted in any Canadian Provinces is beneficial. 7+ years of continuous experience as an attorney working in-house, at a law firm, or preferably both. Mergers and Acquisitions experience is an asset.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-02-20

Corporate Counsel

Denver CO Corporate Counsel The candidate will advise on all global compensation (including executive compensation) and benefit matters, including the design, implementation and administration of Incentive or compensatory plans (cash or equity incentive plans, deferred compensation plan, or sales incentive plans), Employee stock purchase plan, Retirement plans (401k and employee stock ownership plan), Carried interest plans (for funds management business), Retention arrangements, Health and welfare programs, Relevant policies (including recoupment policy). Will advise on all compensation matters with respect to mergers and acquisitions. Advice on tax-related matters, including Section 409A or 280G of the Internal Revenue Code). Prepare compensation-related disclosures as required by the SEC or other regulatory authority (including compensation discussion and analysis of the proxy statement). Assist with supporting matters involving the 401k committee and as necessary, the Compensation Committee of the Board. Advise on corporate governance relating to compensation matters. Provide legal support of the Company's diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives and other human capital management matters. Advice on general labor and employment matters, including wage and overtime standards, payroll, leaves of absence and employment termination.

The candidate should have 6-12 years of experience (either in-house or law firm). Must have superior writing and verbal communication and presentation skills. Must have strong commercial and legal judgment; ability to apply legal knowledge towards practical business solutions. J.D. from a top-tier school and excellent academic credentials is required. Must have Active membership in good standing in at least one State Bar, preferably California or New York.
Legal 6 - 12 Full-time 2021-02-20
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Commercial Contracts Attorney
Refer job# JUMW155861
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney The candidate will draft, review, negotiate and close: Contracts for company's cyber security software and services with customers; Contracts with resellers of company's services and strategic partners; Confidentiality agreements, Data processing agreements and business associate agreements addressing data protection and data privacy requirements. Vendor contracts- Write playbook. Develop a library of fallback contractual provisions and develop a policy for consistent use of these fallbacks. Develop, draft and implement efficient processes. Work with Sales Operations and Order Support teams to operationalize contracts and improve our customer experience. Research legal issues as needed and turn research into concise and understandable memos. Develop and deliver dynamic and engaging commercial training to the enterprise. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience as an attorney, in a technology environment. Must have Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and an active licensed attorney in the United States. Demonstrated experience negotiating SaaS and professional services contracts is required. Working knowledge of GDPR, CCPA, and HIPAA is required. Must have superior legal and analytical skills, using excellent judgment and initiative in selecting the most effective solutions. Possesses strong business acumen including the ability to think like a businessperson and integrate legal and business issues, balancing risk, revenue, and company policy.
 
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Associate General Counsel-litigation
Refer job# BXAE155810
 
Associate General Counsel-Litigation The counsel will work on everything from contracts to food science. Assess the risks, evaluate effects and propose sustainable solutions that have a positive impact. Advise the business on a wide range of litigation matters. Report to the SVP, General Counsel. Manage US litigation docket (except for labor & employment matters). Develop and execute litigation strategy for each matter. Manage outside law firm partners. Budget and track spend for all litigation matters; manage fees and expenses vigilantly. Ensure alternative fee arrangements are within agreed spend parameters. Work with insurance companies to optimize coverage. Conduct engaging internal trainings for employees on various topics to help reduce risk. Provide accurate, reasoned and concise advice on short notice without undue reliance on outside counsel. Serve as a lead role in dispute negotiations. Collaborate and grow the greater team; partner with peers to increase efficiency and the skill within the department. Be responsible for internal litigation reports and tracking as required and coordination of accruals. Assist with special projects as needed. Effectively communicate risk and strategy to business partners including Senior Management. Have the opportunity to serve as single point of contact for one of the Company's 7 business units, which requires the provision of practical legal advice on matters beyond the scope of litigation.

The candidate must hold a JD from an accredited law school and have a valid license in good standing to practice law; member of Colorado Bar or eligible for admission to the Colorado Bar with 10+ years of experience managing litigation as an attorney in private practice and/or with a large corporation. Business litigation, class action and product liability defense experience required. Prop 65 experience is a plus. In-house experience preferred.
 
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Legal Counsel, Litigation And Investigations
Refer job# MNAX155822
 
Legal Counsel, Litigation and Investigations The candidate will support the Litigation and Investigations team coordinating closely with the Compliance and Employment teams. Will report to the Senior Director, Compliance & Risk. Support global litigation and pre-litigation matters across a wide range of issues. Support all facets of commercial litigation including responding to subpoenas and discovery requests, assessing and responding to bankruptcy notices, drafting and revising legal briefs, interviewing witnesses, preparing witnesses for testimony, and negotiating and drafting settlements. Also support the Employment and IP teams on employment or patent litigation as appropriate. Supervise outside counsel relationships, including staffing, litigation strategy, work product, and budgets. Work closely with internal business partners across the organization to proactively address and resolve potential disputes while supporting business objectives. Innovate and drive scalable processes and procedures to support a rapidly-growing global business. Enhance the company's eDiscovery program including maintaining guidelines and processes and ongoing review and assessment of communication and collaboration tools working closely with the Legal Operations teams. Support the team on a variety of internal investigations in collaboration with other applicable corporate functions, including Internal Audit, Finance, HR and Sales. Coordinate with the team on remediation and corrective action as appropriate for violations of company policies and procedures. Track and report on status and outcomes of investigations, litigation matters and dispute resolution issues. Develop automated and scalable processes that allow for verification and auditing. Whenever possible, use company technology to drive these efforts.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from a top-tier law school and be in good standing to practice law in the State of California. Must have 8+ years of broad litigation and investigation experience at a leading law firm and/or in-house, handling complex commercial litigation, including class action litigation, alternative dispute resolution, pre-litigation disputes and internal investigations. Deep knowledge of eDiscovery issues, including document retention policies and procedures; collection, review, and production of documents; and third-party subpoena compliance required. Experience conducting compliance-related investigations in/for a multinational organization is needed. Experience working with or in a fast-paced multinational b2b or enterprise software company with a channel sales model preferred. Combination of both in-house and law firm experience desired. Should be comfortable presenting to and engaging with senior leaders. Experience creating and conducting formal presentations and trainings globally is needed.
 
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Contracts Attorney
Refer job# VUPH155719
 
Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Review, draft and negotiate complex commercial contracts with clients, partners, subcontractors, and vendors, including master services agreements, SOWs, NDAs, supply chain agreements, licensing agreements, managed service agreements, technology agreements (SaaS), and similar contracts. Create, revise, and maintain contract templates, policies, and related documentation. Provide day-to-day legal counsel to all levels of management on contract negotiation, dispute resolution, and compliance matters. Frequently advise on performance issues and available contractual remedies. Act as a legal liaison between outside legal counsel for all contract issues. Support the Law Department by recommending and implementing a contract lifecycle management process, including the development of contracting standards applicable to the organization to achieve organization-wide consistency. Research, evaluate, and make recommendations for contract management products and other legal technology tools to streamline legal processes. Assist with resolving litigation matters, including working with outside counsel assigned to litigation matters. Assist in implementing performance improvement processes to better serve the organization. Support business partners in negotiations with clients. Monitor federal, state, and local legal developments and advise business partners on recommended compliance. Support the legal department's overall goal of increasing organizational efficiency and achievement of business objectives in a manner that minimizes legal risk. Supportive of greater legal team; perform other duties as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Licensed to practice law and in good standing in Colorado. 2+ years of experience of relevant corporate legal experience as in-house counsel with 2+ years of contract experience required. Ability to manage multiple matters and changing priorities while completing projects effectively and efficiently in a timely and accurate manner. Excellent communication (oral and written), organization, analytical and interpersonal skills. Possess a keen attention to detail and sound judgment; ability to think critically, make and articulate well-reasoned recommendations. Ability to clearly communicate complex concepts to internal clients and external parties. Ability to counsel internal clients on the risks associated with various options and to present creative solutions to difficult problems to achieve the desired business outcome while appropriately managing risk. Performance-driven with good business sense, a strong work ethic, and a sense of urgency, honesty, and fairness. Experience with litigation and the management of discovery a big plus, or desire to learn litigation management also a plus. Experience writing a variety of demand letters. Collaborative nature and collegial attitude; calm under pressure. Ability to work well with others in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Ability to be respectful, approachable, and team-oriented while building strong working relationships and a positive work environment. Consistent discretion, good judgment, and the ability to maintain appropriate confidentiality. Keen attention to detail. Proficient in using standard office software such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Adobe Acrobat, and Adobe Reader. Ability to meet HSS's driving requirements and maintain a valid driver's license.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Employment
Refer job# BHBZ155733
 
Corporate Counsel - Employment Duties: Work with HR Business Partners to identify requirements for an ER support model including the tracking, investigation and resolution of employee-related issues in a timely fashion. Implement standardized processes for handling ER issues while helping get to root cause and remediation. Work closely with HR Regional Managers to investigate, document and resolve employee disciplinary issues including employee relations complaints/investigations, performance improvement plan (PIP) implementation and involuntary terminations. Work with HR to resolve any ADA requests for accommodations. Assist in the preparation and responses to third-party EEOC, and other governmental charges and requests as well as threatened litigation. Provide guidance regarding compliance with employment laws, wage/hour laws, sexual harassment and discrimination prevention, etc. Deliver high quality decisions and counsel consistently to human resources. Identify and analyze employee relations matters and recommend appropriate employment action to maintain continuity of approach, achieve optimal performance, and minimize risk. Coordinate with HR regarding employee-related aspects of involuntary terminations such as termination for cause, job eliminations, and separations. This includes employee documentation preparation, notifications, tracking of termination documentation and related reporting.

Qualifications: JD Degree and current admission to CO Bar required. 5 years experience focused in employment law or related field, including representation before administrative tribunals. Strong project and time management skills with ability to multi-task and manage multiple projects to closure. Exceptional communication, active listening and presentation skills. Ability to work collaboratively to drive and influence decisions and outcomes. Ability to adapt and work effectively with diverse personalities and functions at all levels in an organization and in a virtual environment. Must demonstrate a working knowledge of federal and state employee and labor laws, regulations, and practices for United States and Canada. Ability to document clearly and effectively. Demonstrated ability to clearly identify issues and create positive solutions to minimize conflict, promote positive employee engagement through creativity and passion for the employee experience. Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Ability to travel as needed.
 
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Legal Counsel, Litigation And Investigations
Refer job# ROYH155672
 
Legal Counsel, Litigation and Investigations The candidate will support the Litigation & Investigations team coordinating closely with the Compliance and Employment teams. Will report to the Senior. Director, Compliance & Risk. Will address a broad range of risk management issues in a global environment and help inform company's global compliance program. Support global litigation and pre-litigation matters across a wide range of issues. Support all facets of commercial litigation including responding to subpoenas and discovery requests, assessing and responding to bankruptcy notices, drafting and revising legal briefs, interviewing witnesses, preparing witnesses for testimony, and negotiating and drafting settlements. Support the Employment and IP teams on employment or patent litigation as appropriate. Supervise outside counsel relationships, including staffing, litigation strategy, work product, and budgets. Work closely with internal business partners across the organization to proactively address and resolve potential disputes while supporting business objectives. Innovate and drive scalable processes and procedures to support a rapidly-growing global business. Enhance the Company's eDiscovery program including maintaining guidelines and processes and ongoing review and assessment of communication and collaboration tools working closely with the Legal Operations teams. Support the team on a variety of internal investigations in collaboration with other applicable corporate functions, including Internal Audit, Finance, HR and Sales. Coordinate with the team on remediation and corrective action as appropriate for violations of company policies and procedures. Track and report on status and outcomes of investigations, litigation matters and dispute resolution issues. Develop automated and scalable processes that allow for verification and auditing. Whenever possible, use technology to drive these efforts.

The candidate must have J.D. degree from a top-tier law school and good standing to practice law in the State of California with 8+ years of broad litigation and investigation experience at a leading law firm and/or in-house, handling complex commercial litigation, including class action litigation, alternative dispute resolution, pre-litigation disputes and internal investigations. Experience conducting compliance-related investigations in/for a multi-national organization. Experience working with or in a fast-paced multinational b2b or enterprise software company with a channel sales model preferred. Combination of both in-house and law firm experience desired. Experience creating and conducting formal presentations and trainings globally. Have deep knowledge of eDiscovery issues, including document retention policies and procedures; collection, review, and production of documents; and third-party subpoena compliance. Ability to provide practical, actionable advice while balancing risks and business reward required. Possess strong organizational skills, an ability to juggle multiple projects at a time in a fast-moving, quickly-changing environment, both collaborating as a team and working independently. Outstanding communication skills, both written and verbal and ability to advocate for a position while maintaining an open-minded approach. Comfort presenting to and engaging with senior leaders. Ability to travel (domestically and internationally) required. Be highly collaborative and entrepreneurial, embracing the opportunity to help innovate, drive, and scale best-in-class risk management programs, build internal relationships, drive strategy across multiple functions, and anticipate evolving risk in a global market. Be flexible, creative, and self-motivated--showing initiative and perseverance, resourcefulness, a strong work ethic, a collaborative approach.
 
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Insurance Regulatory Counsel - Property and Casualty
Refer job# XVBP155682
 
Insurance Regulatory Counsel - Property and Casualty The candidate will work with various teams throughout the company including underwriting (multiple lines of business), comptrollers, investments, regulatory reporting, tax, and litigation, as well as regulators. Will provide insurance regulatory support for operations of company's property casualty business. Areas of responsibility will include support of underwriting, comptrollers and other groups that need assistance in addressing particular aspects of state insurance law or federal law, as applicable. This will include drafting of filings with applicable regulators. The position will also require legal research, general policy review, and counsel of business partners. Support issues related to insurance policy rate and form filings. Support issues related to market conduct and financial exams. Prepare regulatory filings (e.g., Holding Company, and company licensing). Partner and interact with state regulators. Support issues related to consumer complaints, and information requests. Provide guidance concerning financial statement disclosures. Oversee monitoring of insurance laws and insurance department actions. Should have a J.D. degree and be admitted to at least one state. Must have 5+ years of major law firm or in-house experience in the insurance industry. Experience with property and casualty insurance strongly preferred. Experience handling insurance regulatory matters and demonstrable experience in one or more of the areas of responsibility is needed. Experience with drafting, mark-ups and negotiation of agreements is essential. Should be knowledgeable about regulatory and risk management functions.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ERHF155656
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review, revise and negotiate customer contracts, vendor agreements, technology licenses and other agreements. Assist with the development and administration of various contract policies, templates and processes. Work with business leaders to develop or enhance legal strategies around areas such as product development and expansion, risk management, data privacy, data security, information technology, intellectual property, geographic expansion and other areas. Work with the Chief Legal and Compliance Officer and other members of the Legal and Compliance department to develop and support compliance policies and procedures as appropriate. Assist with the preparation of RFP, data and compliance request responses. Apply effective risk management techniques and offer proactive, pragmatic advice. Work with outside counsel, external stakeholders and service providers. Provide clarification on legal language or specifications.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a top tier law school. Licensed to practice law in Colorado, or ability to obtain license in reasonable period of time. 5+ years of progressive experience as a transactional attorney, ideally with 2+ years as in-house counsel; broad, mid-sized company commercial experience preferred. Extensive experience drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements. Familiarity with the payments industry and privacy laws, particularly as they apply to personally identifiable information, and information security is a plus. Proven experience as a legal counsel in business environment. Excellent knowledge and understanding of commercial law and procedures. High degree of professional ethics and integrity. Ability to work remotely and independently with little oversight, with the judgment to know when to raise concerns that require further attention. Positive, team-oriented approach to the task at hand. Ability to work collaboratively with internal and external constituencies to work toward appropriate, risk-based solutions. Strong interpersonal, writing and communications skills; ability to work cross-functionally and with diverse teams; ability to clearly articulate and present complex advice to executives, other employees and external constituencies. Ability to proactively identify and solve complex problems and to think strategically and beyond existing solutions and frameworks.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NOCJ155591
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Review, draft, and negotiate a heavy volume and wide variety of contracts, including sales, services, food and beverage, lodging, event, marketing, sponsorship, supply, equipment agreements, maintenance and service contracts. Collaborate with department colleagues and policy/subject-matter specialists on various legal, local/state government and regulatory issues. Interact with vendors and vendors counsel regarding commercial agreement negotiation and support. Work with legal, business and operations teams to improve contracting processes and management, including developing internal policies regarding the same. Advise on and draft contest/sweepstakes rules. Conduct research on a wide variety of issues. Review, draft and negotiate AIA and other construction agreements, real property leases, easements, licenses, purchase and sale agreements and assist with land use matters, entitlements, and title and survey review. Oversee legal issues and/or manage outside counsel in matters associated with insurance, litigation, human resources, joint ventures and corporate structuring, liquor licensing. Assist with transactional work, including the drafting of NDAs, LOIs and definitive agreements, as well as assist with all aspects of transactional due diligence. Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Undergraduate diploma or masters degree. Member in good standing with the Colorado or other relevant State Bar Association. Admission to California, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, Washington bars or admitted in any Canadian Provinces is beneficial. 7+ years of continuous experience as an attorney working in-house, at a law firm, or preferably both. Mergers and Acquisitions experience is an asset.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UJXQ155606
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will advise on all global compensation (including executive compensation) and benefit matters, including the design, implementation and administration of Incentive or compensatory plans (cash or equity incentive plans, deferred compensation plan, or sales incentive plans), Employee stock purchase plan, Retirement plans (401k and employee stock ownership plan), Carried interest plans (for funds management business), Retention arrangements, Health and welfare programs, Relevant policies (including recoupment policy). Will advise on all compensation matters with respect to mergers and acquisitions. Advice on tax-related matters, including Section 409A or 280G of the Internal Revenue Code). Prepare compensation-related disclosures as required by the SEC or other regulatory authority (including compensation discussion and analysis of the proxy statement). Assist with supporting matters involving the 401k committee and as necessary, the Compensation Committee of the Board. Advise on corporate governance relating to compensation matters. Provide legal support of the Company's diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives and other human capital management matters. Advice on general labor and employment matters, including wage and overtime standards, payroll, leaves of absence and employment termination.

The candidate should have 6-12 years of experience (either in-house or law firm). Must have superior writing and verbal communication and presentation skills. Must have strong commercial and legal judgment; ability to apply legal knowledge towards practical business solutions. J.D. from a top-tier school and excellent academic credentials is required. Must have Active membership in good standing in at least one State Bar, preferably California or New York.
 
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