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Senior Counsel Contracts

Greenwood Village CO Senior Counsel Contracts The candidate will be responsible for analyzing complex legal issues and projects so that GWFs business goals are attained legally and with regulatory compliance. This includes working broadly across the organization to understand and analyze all the legal and regulatory aspects of the business issue, develop and gain approval for legal strategy to support, and implement the approved strategy. Negotiating, drafting, and reviewing service agreements (recordkeeping, trust, advisory, and other services) with large corporate, government and non-profit entities that offer retirement services to their employees. Providing daily legal support for contract management team and interact with clients, partners, advisors, internal business partners, and other Legal Dept staff on contract issues and strategic planning. Assisting with creation and maintenance of contract templates, policies, ongoing contract compliance requirements, and other documentation. Negotiating, draft, and review commercial agreements with vendors and other third party service providers.

The candidate must have Law Degree. Current required license to practice law. Must have 7+ years of relevant legal experience. Should have prior experience drafting contracts and negotiating directly with large, sophisticated clients. Knowledge of the complex legal and regulatory environment of retirement services and/or insurance industry, preferred. In-depth knowledge of the retirement services and/or insurance industries preferred. Should have exceptional interpersonal skills with ability to interface with a variety of colleagues, including internal and external clients, including senior management, sales and relationship management teams, other Legal & Compliance Dept members.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-15

Director, Real Estate & Special Counsel

Denver CO The candidate will negotiate, draft and structure lease and occupancy agreements, as well as ancillary documents such as SNDAs, estoppel certificates and access agreements, across a large domestic and international portfolio. Confer with stakeholders, including construction and design, building operations, and finance to ensure each departments needs are met to secure the best possible firm member experience. Manage outside counsel and leverage them for drafting and in-person or teleconference negotiations as needed. Contribute to investment committee presentations (and other meetings) and have up-to-date knowledge of major projects, deals and goals. Create and facilitate processes so we can work towards the smoothest and fastest possible transactions. Escalate cross-departmental or business issues to the real estate regional head and global head of transactions. JD required. Must be member of State Bar required (WA- preferred but not necessary). Should have 5+ years of relevant work experience in commercial real estate law at a top-tier firm or in-house legal department, or 3 or more years of significant leasing experience at a top-tier law firm or in-house legal department. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-11

Corporate Counsel

Denver CO Corporate Counsel The candidate should have excellent academic credentials. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-11

Senior Corporate Counsel - Mergers and Acquisitions / Commercial Contracts

Longmont CO Senior Corporate Counsel - Mergers and Acquisitions / Commercial Contracts The candidate responsibilities will include: Support business leaders in the structuring, drafting, negotiation and review of a wide variety of commercial contracts, such as: sales, distribution and OEM agreements, reseller agreements, cloud services, technology licensing, master services agreements and related scopes of work, independent contractor, consulting, vendor and procurement, IT, software licensing and evaluation, end user license and subscription agreements, marketing, logistics, manufacturing, product development, supply, distribution, and capital equipment agreements, equipment loan and evaluation agreements, support and maintenance agreements, and facilities-related agreements. Manage and execute all aspects of mergers and acquisitions, from planning stages to diligence to post-deal integration. Conduct legal reviews and advise business groups regarding compliance with compliance and regulatory matters, including: antitrust and competition laws, anti-corruption, international trade and export restrictions, data privacy, and related matters. Review and analyze proposed business transactions in light of internal policies, standard operating procedures and applicable laws to mitigate risk and ensure compliance with company policies and strategy. Provide legal and strategic business advice and develop a comprehensive, long term approach to our relationships with key stakeholders. Advise management and business groups on all aspects of commercial contracts and handle pre-litigation disputes and inquiries. Become a subject matter expert in Seagates contract management programs and drive efficiencies in the contracting process. Implement and update standard contract terms and templates. Should have 5+ years of transactional experience at a law firm or comparable in-house corporate legal environment (both in house and law firm experience a major plus) preferred. Previous M&A experience required. Experience in technology generally is highly valued, especially SaaS, cloud computing, enterprise software and data privacy. Must have significant experience working with commercial contracts. Membership in a state bar highly preferred. Compliance and regulatory experience preferred. Risk mitigation experience required. JD degree (or equivalent) and current membership in a state bar required. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-09

Product & Privacy Counsel

Denver CO Product & Privacy Counsel The candidate will work closely with the product teams to ensure healthy launches, including refining the legal/product process. Assist in the development and implementation of privacy-by-design strategies across the company, including taking our features from planning through implementation, including copy/content, maintenance and support. Work cross-functionally to assess potential privacy risks and implement regulatory requirements. Help respond to member inquiries about our privacy policy and controls. Review/draft agreements, including vendor and data protection agreements. Draft and maintain privacy and data policies and processes. Lead privacy compliance, including international frameworks. Manage outside privacy counsel in the US and internationally. Continue to develop organizational awareness of our approach to privacy regulation. Ensure third party vendors comply with all relevant privacy laws, including required vendor audits.

The candidate should have JD degree and admission to California Bar or the ability to practice in-house in California or Colorado. CIPP preferred. Must have 7-10 years of experience, with 3+ years of focus in product and privacy counseling, including prior in-house experience. In-house experience at a multinational, consumer-facing technology company is strongly preferred. Experience interfacing with state/federal agencies and international regulatory bodies helpful. Strong communication skills, impeccable integrity, unquestionably good judgment, strong analytical skills.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-04-08

Intellectual Property Counsel Iii

Boulder CO Intellectual Property Counsel III The candidate will lead the development and implementation of IP portfolios in the Coronary and Structural Heart (CSH) business within the Cardiac and Vascular Group (CVG). As part of a collaborative team, this individual will be responsible for supporting product development through proactive IP counseling, for driving the development of IP portfolios, and for delivering clear, concise, and actionable legal advice to all levels of R&D and business leadership. Direct and guide the IP deliverables for all stages of product development. Lead the development and implementation of IP strategies for the assigned divisions. Oversee the preparation and prosecution of a global IP portfolio, including the management of U.S. and foreign IP counsel. Manage the overall product release clearance/freedom to operation as it pertains to patents and intellectual property, including preparing clearance/freedom to operate opinions. Prepare intellectual property due diligence analyses for acquisition and divestiture matters as assigned. Train and educate business personnel on invention disclosure processes, patent processes and IP asset management. Demonstrated ability to communicate to diverse audiences. Demonstrated ability to collaborate in highly matrixed teams of IP and legal professionals. Collaborate with corporate IP litigation team in all aspects of patent litigation as well as adverse proceedings before patent offices. Provide legal counsel and guidance regarding trademark selection and clearance. Negotiate and draft IP related agreements.

The candidate should have JD from a nationally accredited law school with strong academic credentials. Should have Bachelor's Degree in Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, Electro-Mechanical, Mechanical or similar scientific discipline. Should have 8+ years of experience in patent and intellectual property law disciplines. Should have registration to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office. Should have current member of a state bar or DC bar. Master of Science Degree in Electrical, Electro-Mechanical, Mechanical, Computer or Biomedical Engineering, Chemical, Physics or similar scientific discipline is preferred. Aptitude or experience in various intellectual property legal issues, including, licensing, trade secret, copyright, trademark and open source software is preferred. Medical device experience is preferred. Litigation experience is preferred.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-03

Senior Corporate Counsel

Denver CO Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide strong leadership and legal advice on a broad range of securities matters, including NYSE and ASX listing standards, SEC periodic filings, IR communications, capital markets transactions, and other general corporate law issues. Provide legal advice on listing standard and SEC securities topics, including analysis of firms position as a foreign private issuer. Serve as legal lead for the companys periodic SEC filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, and proxy statements, partnering closely with key stakeholders such as Investor Relations and Finance. Collaborate with Communications and IR teams on external communications such as earnings and press release. Serve as legal lead on capital markets transactions, providing advice and counsel on projects such as credit facilities and stock repurchase programs. Provide legal support for the Companys stock administration department, including providing advice related to the Company LTI, profit sharing, and 401(k) Plans. Work closely with the Corporate Secretariat team to advise on corporate governance, listing and securities matters in supporting the public company and regulated entity governance process. Provide legal support for human resources on employee issues, including advising on FINRA filings related to employee issues. Support management of certain litigation, including developing litigation strategy, witness preparation and document production. Maintain and support US subsidiary entities, including recordkeeping, state filings, and implementing structural changes as needed. Provide legal advice on other corporate laws and regulations. Oversee and direct outside counsel as utilized to support corporate related legal effort. Carry out additional duties as assigned.

The candidate must have 15+ years of experience as an attorney within a law firm or public company. Law degree required. Should have admission to at least one State Bar. Must have excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to effectively interact with senior management. Should have ability to exercise excellent legal judgment balanced with business needs. Should have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must have strong analytical, research, and problem solving skills. Should have strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Must have ability to maintain confidentiality. Should have ability to work with minimal supervision. Must have strong computer skills, including Microsoft Word and Excel. Should have knowledge of financial markets, financial markets function and the impact of economic figures and national/regional/global events on markets. Must have understanding of issues relating to market abuse and anti-money laundering.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-03

Intellectual Property Corporate Counsel

Englewood CO Intellectual Property Corporate Counsel Duties Managing world-wide patent portfolio, original prosecution of strategic patent applications, analysis of licensing requests, managing trademarks and support of IP litigation. Will also identify and advise the business on potential intellectual property issues. Manage outside counsel in the preparation and prosecution of U.S. and foreign patent applications; Engage in prosecution of strategic patent applications; Analyze, provide recommendations for and negotiate patent licensing opportunities; Assist in managing patent litigations; Engage in patent harvesting efforts; Draft IP licenses; and Counsel business units on all aspects of IP.

Requirements: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science; JD degree with strong academic credentials from an accredited law school; Admission to the Colorado Bar, or the ability to become admitted promptly under Rule 222 of the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure (Single-Client Counsel); and Admission to practice as a patent attorney before the USPTO; 3+ years of IP experience at a major law firm, boutique IP firm or corporation, including drafting and prosecution of 30+ original U.S. patent applications; Solid understanding of patent, trademark and copyright laws; Demonstrated project management capability.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-02

Corporate Compliance Counsel

Westminster CO Corporate Compliance Counsel The candidate will support companys Absence Management business by identifying and assessing key risks in the companys operational processes and policies. Achieves corporate compliance operations objectives. Will educate and train on compliance policies and procedures. Will perform risk assessments and conduct audits that span multiple organizations to develop strong checks-and-balances. Other duties as determined by the needs of the business.

The candidate should have a Law degree from accredited law school. 7+ years of experience in corporate compliance, regulatory and privacy law required. FMLA and leave management best practices preferred. Subject matter expertise in state and federal leave of absence laws and absence management best practices. Strong knowledge base of state and federal privacy laws. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to incorporate compliance best practices into the business. Strong inter-personal skills that allow counsel to be viewed as an essential partner to various business constituencies, including sales, operations and technology. Commitment to creating and promoting a best in class  compliance culture. Ability to organize tasks to ensure deadlines are met. Puts Customers First. Improves and innovates. Uses Sound Judgment and be able to identify compliance issues that arise in the business. Must be computer literate (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Westlaw, legislative software and on-line legislative services). Ability to keep up with new technology. Position requires up to 10% travel.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-01

Family Attorney

Denver CO Family Attorney The candidate will collaborate in real time or review a clients history in advance. Must have Active License. Should have Marital and Family Law Certification. Must have a smartphone (Android/iPhone) with a stable internet connection and clear audio/video capacity. Government-issued photo ID is needed. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-01
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Senior Counsel Contracts
Refer job# AUBG143583
 
Senior Counsel Contracts The candidate will be responsible for analyzing complex legal issues and projects so that GWFs business goals are attained legally and with regulatory compliance. This includes working broadly across the organization to understand and analyze all the legal and regulatory aspects of the business issue, develop and gain approval for legal strategy to support, and implement the approved strategy. Negotiating, drafting, and reviewing service agreements (recordkeeping, trust, advisory, and other services) with large corporate, government and non-profit entities that offer retirement services to their employees. Providing daily legal support for contract management team and interact with clients, partners, advisors, internal business partners, and other Legal Dept staff on contract issues and strategic planning. Assisting with creation and maintenance of contract templates, policies, ongoing contract compliance requirements, and other documentation. Negotiating, draft, and review commercial agreements with vendors and other third party service providers.

The candidate must have Law Degree. Current required license to practice law. Must have 7+ years of relevant legal experience. Should have prior experience drafting contracts and negotiating directly with large, sophisticated clients. Knowledge of the complex legal and regulatory environment of retirement services and/or insurance industry, preferred. In-depth knowledge of the retirement services and/or insurance industries preferred. Should have exceptional interpersonal skills with ability to interface with a variety of colleagues, including internal and external clients, including senior management, sales and relationship management teams, other Legal & Compliance Dept members.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Real Estate & Special Counsel
Refer job# YSLI143516
 
The candidate will negotiate, draft and structure lease and occupancy agreements, as well as ancillary documents such as SNDAs, estoppel certificates and access agreements, across a large domestic and international portfolio. Confer with stakeholders, including construction and design, building operations, and finance to ensure each departments needs are met to secure the best possible firm member experience. Manage outside counsel and leverage them for drafting and in-person or teleconference negotiations as needed. Contribute to investment committee presentations (and other meetings) and have up-to-date knowledge of major projects, deals and goals. Create and facilitate processes so we can work towards the smoothest and fastest possible transactions. Escalate cross-departmental or business issues to the real estate regional head and global head of transactions. JD required. Must be member of State Bar required (WA- preferred but not necessary). Should have 5+ years of relevant work experience in commercial real estate law at a top-tier firm or in-house legal department, or 3 or more years of significant leasing experience at a top-tier law firm or in-house legal department.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SWGN143537
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate should have excellent academic credentials.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Mergers and Acquisitions / Commercial Contracts
Refer job# MDBU143453
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Mergers and Acquisitions / Commercial Contracts The candidate responsibilities will include: Support business leaders in the structuring, drafting, negotiation and review of a wide variety of commercial contracts, such as: sales, distribution and OEM agreements, reseller agreements, cloud services, technology licensing, master services agreements and related scopes of work, independent contractor, consulting, vendor and procurement, IT, software licensing and evaluation, end user license and subscription agreements, marketing, logistics, manufacturing, product development, supply, distribution, and capital equipment agreements, equipment loan and evaluation agreements, support and maintenance agreements, and facilities-related agreements. Manage and execute all aspects of mergers and acquisitions, from planning stages to diligence to post-deal integration. Conduct legal reviews and advise business groups regarding compliance with compliance and regulatory matters, including: antitrust and competition laws, anti-corruption, international trade and export restrictions, data privacy, and related matters. Review and analyze proposed business transactions in light of internal policies, standard operating procedures and applicable laws to mitigate risk and ensure compliance with company policies and strategy. Provide legal and strategic business advice and develop a comprehensive, long term approach to our relationships with key stakeholders. Advise management and business groups on all aspects of commercial contracts and handle pre-litigation disputes and inquiries. Become a subject matter expert in Seagates contract management programs and drive efficiencies in the contracting process. Implement and update standard contract terms and templates. Should have 5+ years of transactional experience at a law firm or comparable in-house corporate legal environment (both in house and law firm experience a major plus) preferred. Previous M&A experience required. Experience in technology generally is highly valued, especially SaaS, cloud computing, enterprise software and data privacy. Must have significant experience working with commercial contracts. Membership in a state bar highly preferred. Compliance and regulatory experience preferred. Risk mitigation experience required. JD degree (or equivalent) and current membership in a state bar required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Product & Privacy Counsel
Refer job# OEUF143441
 
Product & Privacy Counsel The candidate will work closely with the product teams to ensure healthy launches, including refining the legal/product process. Assist in the development and implementation of privacy-by-design strategies across the company, including taking our features from planning through implementation, including copy/content, maintenance and support. Work cross-functionally to assess potential privacy risks and implement regulatory requirements. Help respond to member inquiries about our privacy policy and controls. Review/draft agreements, including vendor and data protection agreements. Draft and maintain privacy and data policies and processes. Lead privacy compliance, including international frameworks. Manage outside privacy counsel in the US and internationally. Continue to develop organizational awareness of our approach to privacy regulation. Ensure third party vendors comply with all relevant privacy laws, including required vendor audits.

The candidate should have JD degree and admission to California Bar or the ability to practice in-house in California or Colorado. CIPP preferred. Must have 7-10 years of experience, with 3+ years of focus in product and privacy counseling, including prior in-house experience. In-house experience at a multinational, consumer-facing technology company is strongly preferred. Experience interfacing with state/federal agencies and international regulatory bodies helpful. Strong communication skills, impeccable integrity, unquestionably good judgment, strong analytical skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Intellectual Property Counsel Iii
Refer job# SRXS143347
 
Intellectual Property Counsel III The candidate will lead the development and implementation of IP portfolios in the Coronary and Structural Heart (CSH) business within the Cardiac and Vascular Group (CVG). As part of a collaborative team, this individual will be responsible for supporting product development through proactive IP counseling, for driving the development of IP portfolios, and for delivering clear, concise, and actionable legal advice to all levels of R&D and business leadership. Direct and guide the IP deliverables for all stages of product development. Lead the development and implementation of IP strategies for the assigned divisions. Oversee the preparation and prosecution of a global IP portfolio, including the management of U.S. and foreign IP counsel. Manage the overall product release clearance/freedom to operation as it pertains to patents and intellectual property, including preparing clearance/freedom to operate opinions. Prepare intellectual property due diligence analyses for acquisition and divestiture matters as assigned. Train and educate business personnel on invention disclosure processes, patent processes and IP asset management. Demonstrated ability to communicate to diverse audiences. Demonstrated ability to collaborate in highly matrixed teams of IP and legal professionals. Collaborate with corporate IP litigation team in all aspects of patent litigation as well as adverse proceedings before patent offices. Provide legal counsel and guidance regarding trademark selection and clearance. Negotiate and draft IP related agreements.

The candidate should have JD from a nationally accredited law school with strong academic credentials. Should have Bachelor's Degree in Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, Electro-Mechanical, Mechanical or similar scientific discipline. Should have 8+ years of experience in patent and intellectual property law disciplines. Should have registration to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office. Should have current member of a state bar or DC bar. Master of Science Degree in Electrical, Electro-Mechanical, Mechanical, Computer or Biomedical Engineering, Chemical, Physics or similar scientific discipline is preferred. Aptitude or experience in various intellectual property legal issues, including, licensing, trade secret, copyright, trademark and open source software is preferred. Medical device experience is preferred. Litigation experience is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# GEBZ143354
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide strong leadership and legal advice on a broad range of securities matters, including NYSE and ASX listing standards, SEC periodic filings, IR communications, capital markets transactions, and other general corporate law issues. Provide legal advice on listing standard and SEC securities topics, including analysis of firms position as a foreign private issuer. Serve as legal lead for the companys periodic SEC filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, and proxy statements, partnering closely with key stakeholders such as Investor Relations and Finance. Collaborate with Communications and IR teams on external communications such as earnings and press release. Serve as legal lead on capital markets transactions, providing advice and counsel on projects such as credit facilities and stock repurchase programs. Provide legal support for the Companys stock administration department, including providing advice related to the Company LTI, profit sharing, and 401(k) Plans. Work closely with the Corporate Secretariat team to advise on corporate governance, listing and securities matters in supporting the public company and regulated entity governance process. Provide legal support for human resources on employee issues, including advising on FINRA filings related to employee issues. Support management of certain litigation, including developing litigation strategy, witness preparation and document production. Maintain and support US subsidiary entities, including recordkeeping, state filings, and implementing structural changes as needed. Provide legal advice on other corporate laws and regulations. Oversee and direct outside counsel as utilized to support corporate related legal effort. Carry out additional duties as assigned.

The candidate must have 15+ years of experience as an attorney within a law firm or public company. Law degree required. Should have admission to at least one State Bar. Must have excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to effectively interact with senior management. Should have ability to exercise excellent legal judgment balanced with business needs. Should have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Must have strong analytical, research, and problem solving skills. Should have strong organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Must have ability to maintain confidentiality. Should have ability to work with minimal supervision. Must have strong computer skills, including Microsoft Word and Excel. Should have knowledge of financial markets, financial markets function and the impact of economic figures and national/regional/global events on markets. Must have understanding of issues relating to market abuse and anti-money laundering.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Intellectual Property Corporate Counsel
Refer job# RRKW143342
 
Intellectual Property Corporate Counsel Duties Managing world-wide patent portfolio, original prosecution of strategic patent applications, analysis of licensing requests, managing trademarks and support of IP litigation. Will also identify and advise the business on potential intellectual property issues. Manage outside counsel in the preparation and prosecution of U.S. and foreign patent applications; Engage in prosecution of strategic patent applications; Analyze, provide recommendations for and negotiate patent licensing opportunities; Assist in managing patent litigations; Engage in patent harvesting efforts; Draft IP licenses; and Counsel business units on all aspects of IP.

Requirements: Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science; JD degree with strong academic credentials from an accredited law school; Admission to the Colorado Bar, or the ability to become admitted promptly under Rule 222 of the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure (Single-Client Counsel); and Admission to practice as a patent attorney before the USPTO; 3+ years of IP experience at a major law firm, boutique IP firm or corporation, including drafting and prosecution of 30+ original U.S. patent applications; Solid understanding of patent, trademark and copyright laws; Demonstrated project management capability.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Compliance Counsel
Refer job# DBAS143299
 
Corporate Compliance Counsel The candidate will support companys Absence Management business by identifying and assessing key risks in the companys operational processes and policies. Achieves corporate compliance operations objectives. Will educate and train on compliance policies and procedures. Will perform risk assessments and conduct audits that span multiple organizations to develop strong checks-and-balances. Other duties as determined by the needs of the business.

The candidate should have a Law degree from accredited law school. 7+ years of experience in corporate compliance, regulatory and privacy law required. FMLA and leave management best practices preferred. Subject matter expertise in state and federal leave of absence laws and absence management best practices. Strong knowledge base of state and federal privacy laws. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to incorporate compliance best practices into the business. Strong inter-personal skills that allow counsel to be viewed as an essential partner to various business constituencies, including sales, operations and technology. Commitment to creating and promoting a best in class  compliance culture. Ability to organize tasks to ensure deadlines are met. Puts Customers First. Improves and innovates. Uses Sound Judgment and be able to identify compliance issues that arise in the business. Must be computer literate (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Westlaw, legislative software and on-line legislative services). Ability to keep up with new technology. Position requires up to 10% travel.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Family Attorney
Refer job# VPLH143314
 
Family Attorney The candidate will collaborate in real time or review a clients history in advance. Must have Active License. Should have Marital and Family Law Certification. Must have a smartphone (Android/iPhone) with a stable internet connection and clear audio/video capacity. Government-issued photo ID is needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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