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Commercial Transactions, Technology - Corporate Counsel

Denver CO Commercial Transactions, Technology - Corporate Counsel The candidate will be focused on a wide range of technology related commercial transactions. Will be responsible for the full range of legal responsibilities associated with Firms commercial transactions including: negotiating commercial contracts with our customers, many of which are represented by top law firms; addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment; collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures.

The candidate should be licensed attorney with 5+ years expertise in commercial transactions, with both large law firm and in-house experience. Prior exposure to IT outsourcing is a major plus. Experience in a wide variety of contract drafting and negotiations, preferably representing a client without significant contracting leverage is required. Must have exposure to master service agreements, software-as-a-service agreements, or other commercial agreements with complex intellectual property, licensing, privacy, indemnity, and liability issues.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-04

Corporate Counsel

Centennial CO Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Providing analysis and legal advice on a wide variety of corporate matters focused on the federal securities laws (including the Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and Dodd-Frank Act) and New York Stock Exchange listing standards; Preparation of Exchange Act reports, including 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and proxy statement filings Advising on corporate finance transactions (including public and private securities offerings) and related 1933 Act registration statements; Assisting with the preparation and drafting of agendas and materials for the Board of Directors and its committees, including resolutions and minutes; Maintaining corporate compliance with SEC, NYSE and other legal and regulatory requirements applicable to publicly traded companies, including monitoring developments to ensure continued compliance; Advising on corporate governance and executive compensation matters, and insider trading and Section 16 compliance while working closely with the stock administration team; Maintaining corporate governance requirements of subsidiaries while working collaboratively with team members in other global regions; Preparing and hosting compliance training presentations on relevant topics; Providing legal advice related to investor relations issues, including review of earnings announcements, press releases, and investor communications; Supporting M&A function with due diligence review and resolution of issues, and review of ancillary agreements; Developing and refining policies, templates, and other tools to improve efficiencies within the legal department; and Other matters as appropriate.

Qualifications: JD Degree and active attorney license required. 5+ years of relevant experience in the securities and corporate finance practice areas including corporate securities laws, stock exchange standards, and compensation and governance practices and trends. Demonstrated ability to build cross-functional relationships across the globe. Excellent written/oral communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. Strong analytical skills and capacity to work effectively in a matrixed organizational structure. Growth mindset, highly tuned emotional intelligence and the ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment. Acute attention to detail and ability to multi-task in an evolving corporate culture. Initiative with ability to act decisively, work independently, and exercise excellent judgment.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Corporate Counsel

Denver CO Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Providing analysis and legal advice on a wide variety of corporate matters focused on the federal securities laws (including the Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and Dodd-Frank Act) and New York Stock Exchange listing standards; Preparation of Exchange Act reports, including 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and proxy statement filings Advising on corporate finance transactions (including public and private securities offerings) and related 1933 Act registration statements; Assisting with the preparation and drafting of agendas and materials for the Board of Directors and its committees, including resolutions and minutes; Maintaining corporate compliance with SEC, NYSE and other legal and regulatory requirements applicable to publicly traded companies, including monitoring developments to ensure continued compliance; Advising on corporate governance and executive compensation matters, and insider trading and Section 16 compliance while working closely with the stock administration team; Maintaining corporate governance requirements of subsidiaries while working collaboratively with team members in other global regions; Preparing and hosting compliance training presentations on relevant topics; Providing legal advice related to investor relations issues, including review of earnings announcements, press releases, and investor communications; Supporting M&A function with due diligence review and resolution of issues, and review of ancillary agreements; Developing and refining policies, templates, and other tools to improve efficiencies within the legal department; and Other matters as appropriate.

Qualifications: JD Degree and active attorney license required. 5+ years of relevant experience in the securities and corporate finance practice areas including corporate securities laws, stock exchange standards, and compensation and governance practices and trends. Demonstrated ability to build cross-functional relationships across the globe. Excellent written/oral communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. Strong analytical skills and capacity to work effectively in a matrixed organizational structure. Growth mindset, highly tuned emotional intelligence and the ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment. Acute attention to detail and ability to multi-task in an evolving corporate culture. Initiative with ability to act decisively, work independently, and exercise excellent judgment.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Corporate Counsel

Centennial CO Corporate Counsel Duties: Provides timely transactional expertise to support the organization by delivering creative solutions?supporting the Company s contractual, pre-litigation, and financing goals in a?fast-paced, performance-driven, customer-focused, collaborative environment. Partner with Finance, Treasury, Compliance, Contracts, Supplier and Sales teams to shape and develop our Company s strategic direction in transactional and associated legal requirements and serves as a strategic business partner to the organization.? Performing due diligence and document negotiation in support of the company s merger & acquisition activity; Independently reviewing, drafting and negotiating contracts, amendments and templates in support of the business including: supplier, customer, reseller, credit, real estate, licensing, media content, and other agreements; Consulting and providing support for all corporate legal processes (e.g. intellectual property, mergers & acquisitions, financial offerings, transactions, agreements, pre-litigation); Providing clear, concise and practical legal and commercial advice and counsel to business teams on a wide array of business and contractual issues while coordinating with other legal team members and stakeholders as necessary to collaborate effectively across all levels of the organization; Partnering with contract managers who are responsible for the day-to-day management of Arrow s commercial agreements including: legal oversight, some supervision and developing creative legal solutions to complex commercial negotiations. Assisting with management of governance for global subsidiaries; Identifying and refining policies, templates, and other tools to improve efficiencies within the Law Department. Conducting training sessions for internal team members on procedures and other contract or legal topics.

Qualifications: JD Degree and active attorney license required. 3-5 years of relevant transactional experience in a top tier law firm or corporate law department, including a minimum of two years of experience focusing on corporate matters, including mergers & acquisitions and commercial transactions; Demonstrated ability to build cross-functional relationships across the globe; Excellent written/oral communication, organizational and interpersonal skills; Strong analytical skills and capacity to work effectively in a matrixed organizational structure; Growth mindset, highly tuned emotional intelligence and the ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment; Acute attention to detail and ability to multi-task in an evolving corporate culture; Initiative with ability to act decisively, work independently, and exercise excellent judgment.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-03-31

Corporate Counsel - Privacy And Cybersecurity

Denver CO Corporate Counsel - Privacy and Cybersecurity The candidate will support comprehensive privacy program. Provide legal advice on privacy and cybersecurity legal matters. Negotiate privacy and security-related terms in vendor and client agreements. Partner with the IT security organization to serve as a valued advisor on IT security matters. Work with engineering and IT security teams to ensure privacy and security-by-design is embedded in products and solutions. Review and provide guidance on privacy and security practices, including applicable controls and certifications. Provide ongoing legal advice regarding legal implications of specific terms and conditions in existing contracts. Maintain familiarity with privacy and information security laws, regulations, case law, standards, best practices and trends. Should have Juris Doctor and membership to at least one U.S. state bar. Should have 2+ years of attorney experience working in the field of cybersecurity and privacy. Technical knowledge and experience related to cybersecurity and investigations. Contract negotiations experience, including negotiating privacy and security terms. Strong presentation and communication skills. Should preferably have Bachelor's degree in a technical, business or healthcare discipline. Employee privacy experience. Privacy engineering experience. Experience with IT and security vendor contracting. Experience with consumer privacy and data governance. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-20

Assistant General Counsel - Privacy and Cybersecurity

Denver CO Assistant General Counsel - Privacy and Cybersecurity The candidate will support firm's comprehensive privacy program. Provide legal advice on privacy and cybersecurity legal matters. Negotiate privacy and security-related terms in vendor and client agreements. Partner with the IT security organization to serve as a valued advisor on IT. security matters. Work with engineering and IT security teams to ensure privacy and security-by-design is embedded in products and solutions. Review and provide guidance on privacy and security practices, including applicable controls and certifications. Serve as the key legal lead in responding to potential data breaches and other cybersecurity matters. Support developing cybersecurity policies, processes (including for incident response), products, assessments, and reports. Work closely with firm's Intl to ensure integration and consistency of cybersecurity programs and compliance with GDPR and other laws and requirements outside the US. Provide ongoing legal advice regarding legal implications of specific terms and conditions in existing contracts. Assist in the development and review of privacy and security training. Maintain familiarity with privacy and information security laws, regulations, case law, standards, best practices and trends. Manage projects and initiatives. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-15

Associate General Counsel, Privacy, Product, And Ip

Centennial CO Associate General Counsel, Privacy, Product, and IP The candidate should have proven privacy/data protection & security, product counseling, IP portfolio management, and related commercial contracts experience gained at a leading law firm and in-house at a technology or Internet (ideally consumer-facing business or eCommerce) company to join its rapidly growing legal team. In this position, will lead the legal teams efforts in the foregoing areas and work closely with business to manage and execute on a broad range of initiatives applicable to platform. This position reports directly to the General Counsel and is based in the companys headquarters in New York City. This positions principal responsibilities and duties include: Developing, scaling and overseeing Privacy Program, including privacy operations and documentation, employee training, policy enforcement, monitoring and auditing, and incident response. Working closely with product and engineering teams to advise on privacy-by-design during the development of new business lines, products, and features. Leading efforts to scope and perform periodic data privacy risk assessments, mitigation, and remediation, including data control design and monitoring, as well as the mitigation of privacy and security risks. Remaining on top of relevant domestic and international consumer protection, privacy and data handling/protection/security laws and regulations, as well as on technological developments and industry standards in order to provide forward-thinking legal counsel and strategic solutions that enable the business to compliantly achieve business objectives in an evolving regulatory landscape. Leading all legal matters related to the development and release lifecycle of our platform, including review of web and in-app interfaces and other related features and initiatives. Advising business teams on user experience, product flows, and other product-related matters to ensure compliance with consumer protection, privacy, payment, marketing, and other applicable laws and regulations. Drafting and maintaining terms of use, privacy policies, disclosures, disclaimers, FAQs and related communications, and implementing appropriate processes applicable to the foregoing. Furthering the development of our IP portfolio, including conducting strategic IP due diligence, patent preparation and prosecution, portfolio development and management, freedom-to-operate, infringement and validity analyses, and risk evaluation and mitigation strategies. Scaling global trademark portfolio, including conducting trademark clearances, filing trademark applications and advising on infringement risks. Monitoring and enforcing against IP infringement activities by third parties. Drafting and negotiating commercial agreements and supporting the legal teams efforts in contract negotiations as it relates to applicable privacy, data security and IP provisions and review of vendor security assessments and DPAs. Leading or assisting the legal teams efforts in the preparation, implementation, and refinement of appropriate forms, processes, and procedures. Building close relationships with the business and maintaining a deep connection with the product, the underlying technology, and evolving industry standards. Managing outside counsel in areas of coverage. Conducting periodic employee training on relevant matter. Engaging in or leading various other legal projects and duties as needed, including due diligence and related support on strategic transactions.

The candidate Should have J.D. from a top law school with exceptional academic credentials. Must have 6-8 years of relevant experience, including at least 3 years at a leading law firm and significant time spent in-house in roles of increasing responsibility. Should have deep working knowledge of domestic and international privacy and data protection laws, including CCPA, Privacy Shield, GDPR and HIPAA; CIPP/US or CIPM certification strongly preferred. Must be admitted, active and in good standing with the New York State bar. Experience interacting directly with law enforcement personnel or privacy and data protection regulators a plus.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-15

Renewable Investments Corporate Attorney

Denver CO Renewable Investments Corporate Attorney The candidate will become part of a small, highly skilled team responsible for supporting DESRIs portfolio of wind and solar energy projects within a fast-paced environment that values collaboration, thoughtful problem solving, and attention to detail. Will be responsible for reviewing and negotiating contracts for DESRIs portfolio of projects that are under development, currently being constructed, and/or already operating, including agreements with project offtakers, financing parties, vendors, consultants, and other counterparties. Responsibilities will also include a wide range of transaction support, legal research, and project management activities.

The candidate should have an impressive record of academic achievement and 3+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Must have excellent analytical abilities, superb communication and organizational skills, and exceptional attention to detail are all vital to this role. Should have outstanding judgment is of great importance, as is a demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively in supporting highly complex renewable energy projects. Renewable energy experience is a plus.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-14

In-house Counsel In Construction

Lakewood CO In-House Counsel in Construction Duties: Drafts and/or oversees the development and implementation of complex contracts and assists in contract negotiations with clients, subcontractors, and any other related parties. Manages contract reviews, bank assignments, subcontract comments, and lien issues. Effectively performs contractual risk analyses and presents options for executive consideration/management. Negotiates, writes, reviews, summarizes, researches and executes a wide variety of other agreements or leases. Recommends modifications where necessary and advises preferred language and any acceptable alternatives. Periodically updates standard agreements. Advises senior management on the nature and status of claims and litigated matters including risk assessment, budgeting, scheduling and recommended course of action. Actively interfaces with external counsel representing Catamount, and secures representation and experts in other states when needed. Prepares depositions and settlement negotiations, as required. Effectively represents the company in local Colorado matters, including litigation, preferably with limited external representation. Performs pre-litigation work to minimize risks and maximize legal rights, including necessary legal research and any document production, control and retrieval. Effectively negotiates with client counsel as required. Together with operations executives, ensures our staff is documenting projects correctly relating to non-performing subs, project termination, owner delay, and any other impacts or issues with a common sense approach. Coordinates efforts in those endeavors across all business units. Participates in the resolution of highly complex or sensitive legal issues. Enterprise Risk Management & Training Creates a proactive risk mitigation environment through training on substantive legal and risk management topics. Actively participates in company Enterprise Risk Management efforts. Acts as an agent of corporation in all legal matters. Drafts all legal documents for corporate use. Develops legal opinions as necessary and provides counsel to management. Provides legal support for Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) related matters. Prepares needed documents and reports as required by the Board of Directors and Board subcommittees. Provides needed information and reviews for RFP and project pursuits. Keeps abreast of federal and state legislative changes that may affect the company and its affiliates. Develops and maintains policies and procedures as needed, such as document retention policies, HR policies, and federal contractor procedures. Reviews any documents or policies related to federal contractor compliance, as required. Aids in insurance issues, including general liability, professional liability, auto, and workers compensation claims.

Qualifications: Graduate from an accredited Law School with a JD degree and currently licensed in and permitted to practice in the State of Colorado. 8+ years experience with a law firm or as in-house counsel, with experience working on behalf of construction companies. Superior analytical skills, interpersonal skills, problem solving skills, and negotiating skills. Highly motivated self-starter; works with a sense of urgency and is able to work autonomously and without significant supervision. Able to successfully balance workload and demands from multiple parties simultaneously; possesses excellent time management skills. Consultative and collaborative approach, with demonstrated ability to act as a true business partner. Ability to perform successfully in cross-functional teams, with the ability to lead, influence, counsel and monitor. High level of professionalism and outstanding business judgment. Strong drafting and negotiation skills. Accurate, thorough, precise and attentive to detail. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office applications. Willingness and ability to travel, including in connection with any dispute resolution.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-11

Real Estate Attorney

Denver CO Real Estate Attorney The candidate will be responsible for reviewing, negotiating and drafting real estate contracts and related agreements for the acquisition of raw land, partially developed land and finished platted lots, and land development, for the purpose of building single family homes, as well as conducting due diligence and closing the land acquisitions, including working with paralegals and title companies to prepare and review closing documents and title work. Due diligence may include legal analysis of title issues, bonding and development matters, community facilities districts, homeowner associations, and water availability, among other issues. Should have 8+ years as a practicing lawyer with an emphasis on real estate. Some homebuilding experience preferred. Education: J.D. or LLM from an accredited law school. Licensing: Admitted to practice in the State of Colorado, or another state with single client admission in Colorado. Attorneys license shall be active and in good standing. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-11
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Commercial Transactions, Technology - Corporate Counsel
Refer job# EAEU149052
 
Commercial Transactions, Technology - Corporate Counsel The candidate will be focused on a wide range of technology related commercial transactions. Will be responsible for the full range of legal responsibilities associated with Firms commercial transactions including: negotiating commercial contracts with our customers, many of which are represented by top law firms; addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment; collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures.

The candidate should be licensed attorney with 5+ years expertise in commercial transactions, with both large law firm and in-house experience. Prior exposure to IT outsourcing is a major plus. Experience in a wide variety of contract drafting and negotiations, preferably representing a client without significant contracting leverage is required. Must have exposure to master service agreements, software-as-a-service agreements, or other commercial agreements with complex intellectual property, licensing, privacy, indemnity, and liability issues.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# GCEY148980
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Providing analysis and legal advice on a wide variety of corporate matters focused on the federal securities laws (including the Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and Dodd-Frank Act) and New York Stock Exchange listing standards; Preparation of Exchange Act reports, including 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and proxy statement filings Advising on corporate finance transactions (including public and private securities offerings) and related 1933 Act registration statements; Assisting with the preparation and drafting of agendas and materials for the Board of Directors and its committees, including resolutions and minutes; Maintaining corporate compliance with SEC, NYSE and other legal and regulatory requirements applicable to publicly traded companies, including monitoring developments to ensure continued compliance; Advising on corporate governance and executive compensation matters, and insider trading and Section 16 compliance while working closely with the stock administration team; Maintaining corporate governance requirements of subsidiaries while working collaboratively with team members in other global regions; Preparing and hosting compliance training presentations on relevant topics; Providing legal advice related to investor relations issues, including review of earnings announcements, press releases, and investor communications; Supporting M&A function with due diligence review and resolution of issues, and review of ancillary agreements; Developing and refining policies, templates, and other tools to improve efficiencies within the legal department; and Other matters as appropriate.

Qualifications: JD Degree and active attorney license required. 5+ years of relevant experience in the securities and corporate finance practice areas including corporate securities laws, stock exchange standards, and compensation and governance practices and trends. Demonstrated ability to build cross-functional relationships across the globe. Excellent written/oral communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. Strong analytical skills and capacity to work effectively in a matrixed organizational structure. Growth mindset, highly tuned emotional intelligence and the ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment. Acute attention to detail and ability to multi-task in an evolving corporate culture. Initiative with ability to act decisively, work independently, and exercise excellent judgment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# MGQQ148981
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Providing analysis and legal advice on a wide variety of corporate matters focused on the federal securities laws (including the Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and Dodd-Frank Act) and New York Stock Exchange listing standards; Preparation of Exchange Act reports, including 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and proxy statement filings Advising on corporate finance transactions (including public and private securities offerings) and related 1933 Act registration statements; Assisting with the preparation and drafting of agendas and materials for the Board of Directors and its committees, including resolutions and minutes; Maintaining corporate compliance with SEC, NYSE and other legal and regulatory requirements applicable to publicly traded companies, including monitoring developments to ensure continued compliance; Advising on corporate governance and executive compensation matters, and insider trading and Section 16 compliance while working closely with the stock administration team; Maintaining corporate governance requirements of subsidiaries while working collaboratively with team members in other global regions; Preparing and hosting compliance training presentations on relevant topics; Providing legal advice related to investor relations issues, including review of earnings announcements, press releases, and investor communications; Supporting M&A function with due diligence review and resolution of issues, and review of ancillary agreements; Developing and refining policies, templates, and other tools to improve efficiencies within the legal department; and Other matters as appropriate.

Qualifications: JD Degree and active attorney license required. 5+ years of relevant experience in the securities and corporate finance practice areas including corporate securities laws, stock exchange standards, and compensation and governance practices and trends. Demonstrated ability to build cross-functional relationships across the globe. Excellent written/oral communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. Strong analytical skills and capacity to work effectively in a matrixed organizational structure. Growth mindset, highly tuned emotional intelligence and the ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment. Acute attention to detail and ability to multi-task in an evolving corporate culture. Initiative with ability to act decisively, work independently, and exercise excellent judgment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WKRM148989
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Provides timely transactional expertise to support the organization by delivering creative solutions?supporting the Company s contractual, pre-litigation, and financing goals in a?fast-paced, performance-driven, customer-focused, collaborative environment. Partner with Finance, Treasury, Compliance, Contracts, Supplier and Sales teams to shape and develop our Company s strategic direction in transactional and associated legal requirements and serves as a strategic business partner to the organization.? Performing due diligence and document negotiation in support of the company s merger & acquisition activity; Independently reviewing, drafting and negotiating contracts, amendments and templates in support of the business including: supplier, customer, reseller, credit, real estate, licensing, media content, and other agreements; Consulting and providing support for all corporate legal processes (e.g. intellectual property, mergers & acquisitions, financial offerings, transactions, agreements, pre-litigation); Providing clear, concise and practical legal and commercial advice and counsel to business teams on a wide array of business and contractual issues while coordinating with other legal team members and stakeholders as necessary to collaborate effectively across all levels of the organization; Partnering with contract managers who are responsible for the day-to-day management of Arrow s commercial agreements including: legal oversight, some supervision and developing creative legal solutions to complex commercial negotiations. Assisting with management of governance for global subsidiaries; Identifying and refining policies, templates, and other tools to improve efficiencies within the Law Department. Conducting training sessions for internal team members on procedures and other contract or legal topics.

Qualifications: JD Degree and active attorney license required. 3-5 years of relevant transactional experience in a top tier law firm or corporate law department, including a minimum of two years of experience focusing on corporate matters, including mergers & acquisitions and commercial transactions; Demonstrated ability to build cross-functional relationships across the globe; Excellent written/oral communication, organizational and interpersonal skills; Strong analytical skills and capacity to work effectively in a matrixed organizational structure; Growth mindset, highly tuned emotional intelligence and the ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment; Acute attention to detail and ability to multi-task in an evolving corporate culture; Initiative with ability to act decisively, work independently, and exercise excellent judgment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Privacy And Cybersecurity
Refer job# NKUG148950
 
Corporate Counsel - Privacy and Cybersecurity The candidate will support comprehensive privacy program. Provide legal advice on privacy and cybersecurity legal matters. Negotiate privacy and security-related terms in vendor and client agreements. Partner with the IT security organization to serve as a valued advisor on IT security matters. Work with engineering and IT security teams to ensure privacy and security-by-design is embedded in products and solutions. Review and provide guidance on privacy and security practices, including applicable controls and certifications. Provide ongoing legal advice regarding legal implications of specific terms and conditions in existing contracts. Maintain familiarity with privacy and information security laws, regulations, case law, standards, best practices and trends. Should have Juris Doctor and membership to at least one U.S. state bar. Should have 2+ years of attorney experience working in the field of cybersecurity and privacy. Technical knowledge and experience related to cybersecurity and investigations. Contract negotiations experience, including negotiating privacy and security terms. Strong presentation and communication skills. Should preferably have Bachelor's degree in a technical, business or healthcare discipline. Employee privacy experience. Privacy engineering experience. Experience with IT and security vendor contracting. Experience with consumer privacy and data governance.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel - Privacy and Cybersecurity
Refer job# BSOA148872
 
Assistant General Counsel - Privacy and Cybersecurity The candidate will support firm's comprehensive privacy program. Provide legal advice on privacy and cybersecurity legal matters. Negotiate privacy and security-related terms in vendor and client agreements. Partner with the IT security organization to serve as a valued advisor on IT. security matters. Work with engineering and IT security teams to ensure privacy and security-by-design is embedded in products and solutions. Review and provide guidance on privacy and security practices, including applicable controls and certifications. Serve as the key legal lead in responding to potential data breaches and other cybersecurity matters. Support developing cybersecurity policies, processes (including for incident response), products, assessments, and reports. Work closely with firm's Intl to ensure integration and consistency of cybersecurity programs and compliance with GDPR and other laws and requirements outside the US. Provide ongoing legal advice regarding legal implications of specific terms and conditions in existing contracts. Assist in the development and review of privacy and security training. Maintain familiarity with privacy and information security laws, regulations, case law, standards, best practices and trends. Manage projects and initiatives.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate General Counsel, Privacy, Product, And Ip
Refer job# KXOC148877
 
Associate General Counsel, Privacy, Product, and IP The candidate should have proven privacy/data protection & security, product counseling, IP portfolio management, and related commercial contracts experience gained at a leading law firm and in-house at a technology or Internet (ideally consumer-facing business or eCommerce) company to join its rapidly growing legal team. In this position, will lead the legal teams efforts in the foregoing areas and work closely with business to manage and execute on a broad range of initiatives applicable to platform. This position reports directly to the General Counsel and is based in the companys headquarters in New York City. This positions principal responsibilities and duties include: Developing, scaling and overseeing Privacy Program, including privacy operations and documentation, employee training, policy enforcement, monitoring and auditing, and incident response. Working closely with product and engineering teams to advise on privacy-by-design during the development of new business lines, products, and features. Leading efforts to scope and perform periodic data privacy risk assessments, mitigation, and remediation, including data control design and monitoring, as well as the mitigation of privacy and security risks. Remaining on top of relevant domestic and international consumer protection, privacy and data handling/protection/security laws and regulations, as well as on technological developments and industry standards in order to provide forward-thinking legal counsel and strategic solutions that enable the business to compliantly achieve business objectives in an evolving regulatory landscape. Leading all legal matters related to the development and release lifecycle of our platform, including review of web and in-app interfaces and other related features and initiatives. Advising business teams on user experience, product flows, and other product-related matters to ensure compliance with consumer protection, privacy, payment, marketing, and other applicable laws and regulations. Drafting and maintaining terms of use, privacy policies, disclosures, disclaimers, FAQs and related communications, and implementing appropriate processes applicable to the foregoing. Furthering the development of our IP portfolio, including conducting strategic IP due diligence, patent preparation and prosecution, portfolio development and management, freedom-to-operate, infringement and validity analyses, and risk evaluation and mitigation strategies. Scaling global trademark portfolio, including conducting trademark clearances, filing trademark applications and advising on infringement risks. Monitoring and enforcing against IP infringement activities by third parties. Drafting and negotiating commercial agreements and supporting the legal teams efforts in contract negotiations as it relates to applicable privacy, data security and IP provisions and review of vendor security assessments and DPAs. Leading or assisting the legal teams efforts in the preparation, implementation, and refinement of appropriate forms, processes, and procedures. Building close relationships with the business and maintaining a deep connection with the product, the underlying technology, and evolving industry standards. Managing outside counsel in areas of coverage. Conducting periodic employee training on relevant matter. Engaging in or leading various other legal projects and duties as needed, including due diligence and related support on strategic transactions.

The candidate Should have J.D. from a top law school with exceptional academic credentials. Must have 6-8 years of relevant experience, including at least 3 years at a leading law firm and significant time spent in-house in roles of increasing responsibility. Should have deep working knowledge of domestic and international privacy and data protection laws, including CCPA, Privacy Shield, GDPR and HIPAA; CIPP/US or CIPM certification strongly preferred. Must be admitted, active and in good standing with the New York State bar. Experience interacting directly with law enforcement personnel or privacy and data protection regulators a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Renewable Investments Corporate Attorney
Refer job# WRUN148856
 
Renewable Investments Corporate Attorney The candidate will become part of a small, highly skilled team responsible for supporting DESRIs portfolio of wind and solar energy projects within a fast-paced environment that values collaboration, thoughtful problem solving, and attention to detail. Will be responsible for reviewing and negotiating contracts for DESRIs portfolio of projects that are under development, currently being constructed, and/or already operating, including agreements with project offtakers, financing parties, vendors, consultants, and other counterparties. Responsibilities will also include a wide range of transaction support, legal research, and project management activities.

The candidate should have an impressive record of academic achievement and 3+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Must have excellent analytical abilities, superb communication and organizational skills, and exceptional attention to detail are all vital to this role. Should have outstanding judgment is of great importance, as is a demonstrated ability to work both independently and collaboratively in supporting highly complex renewable energy projects. Renewable energy experience is a plus.
 
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In-house Counsel In Construction
Refer job# SOHU148820
 
In-House Counsel in Construction Duties: Drafts and/or oversees the development and implementation of complex contracts and assists in contract negotiations with clients, subcontractors, and any other related parties. Manages contract reviews, bank assignments, subcontract comments, and lien issues. Effectively performs contractual risk analyses and presents options for executive consideration/management. Negotiates, writes, reviews, summarizes, researches and executes a wide variety of other agreements or leases. Recommends modifications where necessary and advises preferred language and any acceptable alternatives. Periodically updates standard agreements. Advises senior management on the nature and status of claims and litigated matters including risk assessment, budgeting, scheduling and recommended course of action. Actively interfaces with external counsel representing Catamount, and secures representation and experts in other states when needed. Prepares depositions and settlement negotiations, as required. Effectively represents the company in local Colorado matters, including litigation, preferably with limited external representation. Performs pre-litigation work to minimize risks and maximize legal rights, including necessary legal research and any document production, control and retrieval. Effectively negotiates with client counsel as required. Together with operations executives, ensures our staff is documenting projects correctly relating to non-performing subs, project termination, owner delay, and any other impacts or issues with a common sense approach. Coordinates efforts in those endeavors across all business units. Participates in the resolution of highly complex or sensitive legal issues. Enterprise Risk Management & Training Creates a proactive risk mitigation environment through training on substantive legal and risk management topics. Actively participates in company Enterprise Risk Management efforts. Acts as an agent of corporation in all legal matters. Drafts all legal documents for corporate use. Develops legal opinions as necessary and provides counsel to management. Provides legal support for Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) related matters. Prepares needed documents and reports as required by the Board of Directors and Board subcommittees. Provides needed information and reviews for RFP and project pursuits. Keeps abreast of federal and state legislative changes that may affect the company and its affiliates. Develops and maintains policies and procedures as needed, such as document retention policies, HR policies, and federal contractor procedures. Reviews any documents or policies related to federal contractor compliance, as required. Aids in insurance issues, including general liability, professional liability, auto, and workers compensation claims.

Qualifications: Graduate from an accredited Law School with a JD degree and currently licensed in and permitted to practice in the State of Colorado. 8+ years experience with a law firm or as in-house counsel, with experience working on behalf of construction companies. Superior analytical skills, interpersonal skills, problem solving skills, and negotiating skills. Highly motivated self-starter; works with a sense of urgency and is able to work autonomously and without significant supervision. Able to successfully balance workload and demands from multiple parties simultaneously; possesses excellent time management skills. Consultative and collaborative approach, with demonstrated ability to act as a true business partner. Ability to perform successfully in cross-functional teams, with the ability to lead, influence, counsel and monitor. High level of professionalism and outstanding business judgment. Strong drafting and negotiation skills. Accurate, thorough, precise and attentive to detail. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office applications. Willingness and ability to travel, including in connection with any dispute resolution.
 
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Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# EKRM148824
 
Real Estate Attorney The candidate will be responsible for reviewing, negotiating and drafting real estate contracts and related agreements for the acquisition of raw land, partially developed land and finished platted lots, and land development, for the purpose of building single family homes, as well as conducting due diligence and closing the land acquisitions, including working with paralegals and title companies to prepare and review closing documents and title work. Due diligence may include legal analysis of title issues, bonding and development matters, community facilities districts, homeowner associations, and water availability, among other issues. Should have 8+ years as a practicing lawyer with an emphasis on real estate. Some homebuilding experience preferred. Education: J.D. or LLM from an accredited law school. Licensing: Admitted to practice in the State of Colorado, or another state with single client admission in Colorado. Attorneys license shall be active and in good standing.
 
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