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Senior Counsel - US Government Procurement

Denver CO Senior Counsel - US Government Procurement Duties: Provide leaders, stakeholders, and colleagues with expert, practical, legal and business advice on complex US Government contracting and business issues. Help shape both strategic and tactical actions within regulatory boundaries to maximize value for customers Keep the business safe in a highly scrutinized regulatory environment. Work as a member of the Renewable legal team to assist on all aspects of its US Government business. Deliver specialized government contracts and regulatory counseling for functional organizations that support business segments selling to the US Government. Develop relationships with external customer and regulatory counsels. Play an integral role in the Renewable Government business growth strategy. Under minimal supervision, plan, conduct and supervise complex legal assignments, requiring an ability to evaluate matters that may have a major bearing on conducting the Company's business. Embrace the Lean transformation underway. Lead with unyielding integrity. Works with other counsels in other businesses to develop best practices and strategic advice. Maintains comprehensive knowledge of relevant industries in order to contribute to the objectives of the business from a legal standpoint and help unite to differentiate itself from the competition. Supports other parts or regions and other initiatives as directed by the General Counsel.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 5+ years experience with US Government contracts legal support (government, in-house or law firm), including FAR Part 12 and Part 15 experience and familiarity with the FAR and DFARS. Desired Characteristics: Additional experience with other forms of US government funding (grants, etc.). Humility, transparency, and focus. Strong oral and written communication and persuasive skills, including executive-level communication. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Ability to take initiative and act independently and with good judgment, with little or no daily supervision or guidance. Commitment to integrity, professionalism, and collegiality. Strong problem-solving skills, pragmatism and flexibility/resilience. Ability to interact effectively with senior management and peers and all other levels of the organization. Ability to work in a complex and matrixed organization in a collaborative and boundaryless manner and to simultaneously manage numerous and varied tasks and to exercise sound judgment in prioritizing among them. Fluency in English language.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-17

Director, Associate General Counsel (Products and Insurance Law)

Denver CO Director, Associate General Counsel (Products and Insurance Law) Duties: Acting as a primary point of contact for insurance law advice for the TIAA Financial Services business team, including drafting and filing of insurance contracts and other documents with insurance regulators. Provide legal advice and support for a variety of issues related to the two insurance companies and the insurance agency in addition to the separate accounts of the insurance companies, including operations, distribution, marketing & sales. Preparing Board and internal governance materials. Working with external and internal sources to advise on all aspects of insurance product design and the launch of new products and services. Keeping apprised of legal developments affecting client businesses. Working on or leading projects or cross-functional teams. Knowledge and experience with insurance, securities and tax regulations, rules and filing requirements impacting annuity and life insurance products, including annuity contracts that fund retirement plans. Ability to research insurance laws and regulations, circular letters, OGC opinions and relevant case law, and ability to interpret and apply same. Dealing with insurance operational requirements. Interacting with Insurance Department regulators.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA accredited law school and member in good standing of state Bar is required. 5 years of experience practicing law in a major law firm, a regulator, or in-house legal department with a focus on insurance products to include in depth knowledge of insurance regulations impacting annuity and insurance contracts that fund retirement plans and with insurance rules and filing requirements required. Preferred Qualifications: Familiarity with Internal Revenue Code, ERISA and related regulations impacting retirement plans is preferred. Experience with variable annuities, funding agreements and other retirement products and services, such as custom portfolios, collective investment trusts, investment advisory services, and recordkeeping arrangements is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-17

Corporate Counsel, Commercial

Denver CO Corporate Counsel, Commercial Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of commercial agreements to support customer sales with both start-ups and public companies. Primary focus will be on SaaS subscription agreements, software licenses, data processing agreements, and order forms. Use the experience gained from supporting hundreds or thousands of commercial transactions to help define business terms and structure deals in the most optimal way. Provide input on processes and policies to help drive the growth and capture new learnings. Then, iterate again. Provide practical, decisive guidance to Accounts, Marketing, Business Operations, and Business Development teams that balance business objectives and legal risk, taking into account the company's policies and positions. Stay up-to-date on relevant industry, commercial, open-source, IP, privacy, employment, and other laws, regulations, and developments to be able to give the most effective advice. Provide input on contract processes to optimize interactions with the Accounts team.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree. Bar admission and in good standing in at least one state. 7+ years of experience working on different kinds of commercial transactions (e.g., SaaS, IP licensing, software licensing, product resale and distribution, working with contractors, outsourcing, facilities, etc.) matched with deep experience on the types of transactions you ll see most often (see above). Experience working with regulated industries (e.g., federal/state government, education, financial services, healthcare, etc.) is preferred. Experience supporting a high-volume Sales organization with commercial contracting matters. Substantial understanding of intellectual property, licensing, privacy, data security, and commercial laws. Ability to develop a nuanced understanding of Slack and the industry, with an eye towards aligning decisions with the bigger picture goals. Comfortable negotiating data processing agreements, and related privacy documents including a working knowledge of GDPR as it relates to commercial contracts. Ability to draft documents, policies, emails, and anything else in a very precise manner, while still being concise and digestible for non-lawyers. Attention to detail. Confident, effective, and positive negotiator who can lead the process, focus on important issues, and efficiently bring deals to a favorable close. Flexibility to adapt and thrive. High integrity and excellent judgment, supported by a point of view that is thought out and communicated well. Entrepreneurial mindset. Ability to work cross-functionality with different departments to reach consensus on whether to accept non-standard contract terms. Ability to contribute to, and iterate on, contract playbook of fallback terms.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-17

Risk Management Attorney Or Contracts Administrator

Denver CO Risk Management Attorney or Contracts Administrator Responsibilities: Draft, edit, and negotiate contracts and other corporate documents. Prepare, compose and maintain complex and sensitive documents, project and other various agreements. Conduct research, compile and arrange statistical reports. Assist with processing and tracking insurance policies and certificates. Organize and maintain legal, claims and insurance files and documents. Assist with the processing, management and resolution of various insurance and legal claims and litigation. Provide advice and assistance on various legal, risk management, insurance, contract and compliance issues. Assist with preparation and organization of corporate minutes, resolutions and other corporate records. Assist in evaluation of legal documents, preparation of discovery documents and coordination and tracking of the production of documents. Develop and implement training programs on risk management, contracts and compliance topics. Research and write memorandums on various legal, risk management, insurance, contract and compliance topics.

Qualifications: JD Degree or Bachelor's Degree and 15+ years as a Contracts Administrator. Passed the Bar exam in state residing or a Certified Contracts Manager. Experience negotiating and writing contracts, preferably in the Architecture, Engineering, or Construction industry. Ability to work in a fast passed environment and with an attention to details. Excellent writing and communication skills.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-13

Risk Management Attorney Or Contracts Administrator

Denver CO Risk Management Attorney or Contracts Administrator Responsibilities: Draft, edit, and negotiate contracts and other corporate documents. Prepare, compose and maintain complex and sensitive documents, project and other various agreements. Conduct research, compile and arrange statistical reports. Assist with processing and tracking insurance policies and certificates. Organize and maintain legal, claims and insurance files and documents. Assist with the processing, management and resolution of various insurance and legal claims and litigation. Provide advice and assistance on various legal, risk management, insurance, contract and compliance issues. Assist with preparation and organization of corporate minutes, resolutions and other corporate records. Assist in evaluation of legal documents, preparation of discovery documents and coordination and tracking of the production of documents. Develop and implement training programs on risk management, contracts and compliance topics. Research and write memorandums on various legal, risk management, insurance, contract and compliance topics.

Qualifications: JD Degree or Bachelor's Degree and 15+ years as a Contracts Administrator. Passed the Bar exam in state residing or a Certified Contracts Manager. Experience negotiating and writing contracts, preferably in the Architecture, Engineering, or Construction industry. Ability to work in a fast passed environment and with an attention to details. Excellent writing and communication skills.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-13

Director, Legal Counsel - Real Estate Transactional

Denver CO Director, Legal Counsel - Real Estate Transactional The candidate will draft and negotiate all real estate transaction documents, with a heavy emphasis on acquisitions and dispositions of both developed and undeveloped properties, and ground leases. Oversee transactions, including responsibility for undertaking and/or managing title and survey review, coordinating and working with in-house paralegals, and overseeing closing and closing logistics. Support and oversee land use and development process, including working closely with the local business and development teams in drafting and negotiating development agreements, construction management agreements, easements, licenses, cost-sharing agreements, CCRs, PILOT agreements, and other development-related documents; and reviewing plats and subdivision documents. Support internal Treasury Department with the review and negotiation of loan documents, including in connection with new debt, loan assumptions, substitutions, and releases. Manage condemnation related actions, including negotiating with condemning authorities for condemnation award settlements, and preparation of conveyances in lieu of condemnations and overseeing outside counsel in connection with filed condemnation actions. Support internal Environmental Services Group including review and negotiation of environmental covenants, license and access agreements. Oversee litigation matters relating to title, boundary dispute, and environmental litigation. Other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school in the U.S. and 8-15 years of real estate transactional experience similar in scope to the described responsibilities. Superior written and verbal communication skills are required. Exhibits grace under pressure, is comfortable with a high volume of transactions, has a good sense of humor and thrives in a fast-paced environment. Should have exceptional interpersonal skills, a commitment to professionalism, integrity, collegiality, and the ability to work on a wide range of legal matters. Must be an independent, self-directed, organized and diligent worker, and able to work with minimal supervision. Must be flexible in order to respond quickly and positively to shifting demands and opportunities, able to work under tight deadlines, handle multiple, detailed tasks simultaneously, prioritize appropriately, and delegate to resources available. Must be able to anticipate problems and issues and exercise independent judgment to make sound, justifiable legal decisions and take action in solving problems while knowing when and to whom to escalate issues. Must have strong PC skills with Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel, and Outlook), ability to maintain strict confidentiality, experience working either at a large in-house legal department or at a medium to the large law firm.
Legal 8 - 15 Full-time 2021-09-11

Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector

Boulder CO Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector Responsibilities: Draw on public sector and technology transactions experience to provide comprehensive legal support for the North American public sector sales team, including go-to-market counseling, RFx support, bid protest guidance, contract negotiation (e.g., MSAs, NDAs, and SOWs), rep/cert reviews, preparation of open records request responses, and contract dispute/performance advice. Lead efforts relating to the preparation, implementation, and optimization of forms, playbooks, processes, and procedures needed to scale the Company's public sector business. Support the Company's other attorneys covering public sector transactions, including international public sector procurements, negotiation of channel agreements, and transactions through the Company's strategic partners. Collaborate and work with the public sector legal team's contracts negotiators and provide escalations support and oversight. Track new and emerging public sector policies, regulations, and trends. Build cross-functional relationships; support or lead the public sector and other legal initiatives as necessary or assigned. Manage outside counsel matters and demonstrate the ability to properly scope work and manage to budget. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-04

Intellectual Property Counsel

Denver CO Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate will be preparing patent applications and prosecuting patents globally. Performing opposition, IPR, and litigation-related support activities in IP disputes. Preparing and negotiating intellectual property agreements. Acting as direct contact for and interacting with business clients, outside counsel, and international colleagues. Responsibilities of this position may include direct and/or indirect physical or logical access to information, systems, technologies subjected to the regulations/compliance with US Export Control Laws. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-04

Director and Assistant General Counsel, Data Privacy

Denver CO Director and Assistant General Counsel, Data Privacy The candidate will be responsible for privacy, data protection, and cybersecurity legal issues, regulatory filings, training programs, third-party assessments, risk management strategies, vendor contracting, and legal compliance with data protection laws and regulations. Will provide legal counsel and guidance on a wide variety of data protection and privacy legal matters which arise from the operation of a large, complex, geographically dispersed and technology-driven organization. Provide legal advice and guidance on data privacy topics to the company's senior leaders, managers and other internal colleagues and clients in the US and globally (for global projects involving US) to confirm that current and proposed activities, policies, business practices and transactions comply with relevant data privacy laws and regulations. Carry out the direction and strategy for the company's Global Privacy Program, including providing guidance on applicable privacy laws and regulations, implementation of the program, including company policies and processes covering the privacy and security of personally identifiable information in accordance with global, federal, state and local laws. Work with the Global Privacy Officer, ensuring the company's compliance with the HIPAA and its implementing regulations, the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), data protection laws and regulations outside of the EU, Federal Trade Commission guidance, and US state privacy and information security laws and regulations. Lead the company's HIPAA/state medical privacy compliance initiatives with respect to the handling of protected health information (PHI) as well as medical information not subject to HIPAA. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-04

Privacy And Regulatory Counsel

Denver CO Worldwide Privacy and Regulatory Counsel Responsibilities: Manage the company's worldwide privacy strategy and program. Track the evolving legal landscape, and provide practical guidance for ongoing compliance. Work closely with product, engineering, infosec, marketing, sales and other teams on the privacy aspects of product development as well as all operations of the company. Lead the company's efforts with respect to data use, protection, and related regulatory obligations, developing, evolving and overseeing policies and frameworks that enable compliant uses of data throughout the company. Develop project plans and manage cross-functional teams to drive and achieve the foregoing. Represent the company in privacy regulatory matters. Provide training on privacy matters, effectively translating legal advice into meaningful guidance for innovative business teams. Chart and coordinate the company's worldwide regulatory tracking and shaping efforts with respect to its various sales verticals. Be a thought leader with respect to the shaping of regulatory landscapes to best accelerate the company's business. Work with sales, marketing and other internal and external partners to represent the company's interests and perspectives with external parties, both public and private, and to develop relationships with relevant entities. Interact directly with customers, potential customers and other third parties to present and negotiate privacy and other regulatory positions in transactions. Work closely with sales and product teams to field and resolve customer, vendor and other third party inquiries regarding privacy and other regulatory topics. Manage related legal matters as needed, including with respect to M&A and other corporate initiatives, and litigation. Travel periodically to one of global locations as projects require.

Qualifications: Licensed attorney in at least one U.S. state, with 10+ years privacy experience. Expert knowledge of worldwide data privacy and protection laws, including CIPP or similar certifications. Extremely practical approach to practicing law within a company setting. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to communicate to all organizational levels. Excellent project management, drafting (clear and streamlined), negotiation and interpersonal skills. True team player. Excellent judgement. Positive attitude and good sense of humor. Ownership and accountability mentality. Significant experience in the following areas, with a SaaS or software focus: Successful record of leading and scaling privacy programs, including internal policies, data lifecycle, employee training and related privacy matters. Adept at working collaboratively with engineering, product, marketing and sales teams, and well as with senior executives, including experience working with product leaders to guide product roadmaps. Demonstrated success collaborating with customers, governmental authorities, and other external parties. Strong knowledge of the mechanics of regulatory frameworks, and significant experience coordinating and participating in regulatory matters. Extensive experience with commercial technology agreements (customer, supplier and partner agreement drafting and negotiations with respect to privacy and other regulatory postures), including multijurisdictional transactions. M&A and corporate initiatives. Great to have Experience and Qualifications: Prior in-house experience within a high-growth technology company is a major plus. International experience.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-01
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Corporate Counsel ? Dispute Resolution
In-House,Summit Utilities, Inc.
Location : Denver Colorado United States

THIS POSITION CAN BE REMOTE WITHIN COLORADO OR ARKANSAS POSITION SUMMARY Summit Utilities, Inc.?s Legal Department is looking for an experienced attorney with general corporate and litigation / dispute resolution skills to join its team as Corp... + read more

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Corporate Counsel, Transactional
In-House,Summit Utilities, Inc.
Location : Centennial Colorado United States

POSITION SUMMARY Summit Utilities, Inc.?s Legal Department is looking for an experienced attorney with general corporate skills to join its team as Corporate Counsel.  The Corporate Counsel will provide comprehensive legal counsel and legal risk a... + read more

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Senior Counsel - US Government Procurement
Refer job# KNNP161887
 
Senior Counsel - US Government Procurement Duties: Provide leaders, stakeholders, and colleagues with expert, practical, legal and business advice on complex US Government contracting and business issues. Help shape both strategic and tactical actions within regulatory boundaries to maximize value for customers Keep the business safe in a highly scrutinized regulatory environment. Work as a member of the Renewable legal team to assist on all aspects of its US Government business. Deliver specialized government contracts and regulatory counseling for functional organizations that support business segments selling to the US Government. Develop relationships with external customer and regulatory counsels. Play an integral role in the Renewable Government business growth strategy. Under minimal supervision, plan, conduct and supervise complex legal assignments, requiring an ability to evaluate matters that may have a major bearing on conducting the Company's business. Embrace the Lean transformation underway. Lead with unyielding integrity. Works with other counsels in other businesses to develop best practices and strategic advice. Maintains comprehensive knowledge of relevant industries in order to contribute to the objectives of the business from a legal standpoint and help unite to differentiate itself from the competition. Supports other parts or regions and other initiatives as directed by the General Counsel.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 5+ years experience with US Government contracts legal support (government, in-house or law firm), including FAR Part 12 and Part 15 experience and familiarity with the FAR and DFARS. Desired Characteristics: Additional experience with other forms of US government funding (grants, etc.). Humility, transparency, and focus. Strong oral and written communication and persuasive skills, including executive-level communication. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Ability to take initiative and act independently and with good judgment, with little or no daily supervision or guidance. Commitment to integrity, professionalism, and collegiality. Strong problem-solving skills, pragmatism and flexibility/resilience. Ability to interact effectively with senior management and peers and all other levels of the organization. Ability to work in a complex and matrixed organization in a collaborative and boundaryless manner and to simultaneously manage numerous and varied tasks and to exercise sound judgment in prioritizing among them. Fluency in English language.
 
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Director, Associate General Counsel (Products and Insurance Law)
Refer job# LHJZ161891
 
Director, Associate General Counsel (Products and Insurance Law) Duties: Acting as a primary point of contact for insurance law advice for the TIAA Financial Services business team, including drafting and filing of insurance contracts and other documents with insurance regulators. Provide legal advice and support for a variety of issues related to the two insurance companies and the insurance agency in addition to the separate accounts of the insurance companies, including operations, distribution, marketing & sales. Preparing Board and internal governance materials. Working with external and internal sources to advise on all aspects of insurance product design and the launch of new products and services. Keeping apprised of legal developments affecting client businesses. Working on or leading projects or cross-functional teams. Knowledge and experience with insurance, securities and tax regulations, rules and filing requirements impacting annuity and life insurance products, including annuity contracts that fund retirement plans. Ability to research insurance laws and regulations, circular letters, OGC opinions and relevant case law, and ability to interpret and apply same. Dealing with insurance operational requirements. Interacting with Insurance Department regulators.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA accredited law school and member in good standing of state Bar is required. 5 years of experience practicing law in a major law firm, a regulator, or in-house legal department with a focus on insurance products to include in depth knowledge of insurance regulations impacting annuity and insurance contracts that fund retirement plans and with insurance rules and filing requirements required. Preferred Qualifications: Familiarity with Internal Revenue Code, ERISA and related regulations impacting retirement plans is preferred. Experience with variable annuities, funding agreements and other retirement products and services, such as custom portfolios, collective investment trusts, investment advisory services, and recordkeeping arrangements is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Commercial
Refer job# INDM161901
 
Corporate Counsel, Commercial Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of commercial agreements to support customer sales with both start-ups and public companies. Primary focus will be on SaaS subscription agreements, software licenses, data processing agreements, and order forms. Use the experience gained from supporting hundreds or thousands of commercial transactions to help define business terms and structure deals in the most optimal way. Provide input on processes and policies to help drive the growth and capture new learnings. Then, iterate again. Provide practical, decisive guidance to Accounts, Marketing, Business Operations, and Business Development teams that balance business objectives and legal risk, taking into account the company's policies and positions. Stay up-to-date on relevant industry, commercial, open-source, IP, privacy, employment, and other laws, regulations, and developments to be able to give the most effective advice. Provide input on contract processes to optimize interactions with the Accounts team.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree. Bar admission and in good standing in at least one state. 7+ years of experience working on different kinds of commercial transactions (e.g., SaaS, IP licensing, software licensing, product resale and distribution, working with contractors, outsourcing, facilities, etc.) matched with deep experience on the types of transactions you ll see most often (see above). Experience working with regulated industries (e.g., federal/state government, education, financial services, healthcare, etc.) is preferred. Experience supporting a high-volume Sales organization with commercial contracting matters. Substantial understanding of intellectual property, licensing, privacy, data security, and commercial laws. Ability to develop a nuanced understanding of Slack and the industry, with an eye towards aligning decisions with the bigger picture goals. Comfortable negotiating data processing agreements, and related privacy documents including a working knowledge of GDPR as it relates to commercial contracts. Ability to draft documents, policies, emails, and anything else in a very precise manner, while still being concise and digestible for non-lawyers. Attention to detail. Confident, effective, and positive negotiator who can lead the process, focus on important issues, and efficiently bring deals to a favorable close. Flexibility to adapt and thrive. High integrity and excellent judgment, supported by a point of view that is thought out and communicated well. Entrepreneurial mindset. Ability to work cross-functionality with different departments to reach consensus on whether to accept non-standard contract terms. Ability to contribute to, and iterate on, contract playbook of fallback terms.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Risk Management Attorney Or Contracts Administrator
Refer job# KTXE161764
 
Risk Management Attorney or Contracts Administrator Responsibilities: Draft, edit, and negotiate contracts and other corporate documents. Prepare, compose and maintain complex and sensitive documents, project and other various agreements. Conduct research, compile and arrange statistical reports. Assist with processing and tracking insurance policies and certificates. Organize and maintain legal, claims and insurance files and documents. Assist with the processing, management and resolution of various insurance and legal claims and litigation. Provide advice and assistance on various legal, risk management, insurance, contract and compliance issues. Assist with preparation and organization of corporate minutes, resolutions and other corporate records. Assist in evaluation of legal documents, preparation of discovery documents and coordination and tracking of the production of documents. Develop and implement training programs on risk management, contracts and compliance topics. Research and write memorandums on various legal, risk management, insurance, contract and compliance topics.

Qualifications: JD Degree or Bachelor's Degree and 15+ years as a Contracts Administrator. Passed the Bar exam in state residing or a Certified Contracts Manager. Experience negotiating and writing contracts, preferably in the Architecture, Engineering, or Construction industry. Ability to work in a fast passed environment and with an attention to details. Excellent writing and communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Risk Management Attorney Or Contracts Administrator
Refer job# FKOY161769
 
Risk Management Attorney or Contracts Administrator Responsibilities: Draft, edit, and negotiate contracts and other corporate documents. Prepare, compose and maintain complex and sensitive documents, project and other various agreements. Conduct research, compile and arrange statistical reports. Assist with processing and tracking insurance policies and certificates. Organize and maintain legal, claims and insurance files and documents. Assist with the processing, management and resolution of various insurance and legal claims and litigation. Provide advice and assistance on various legal, risk management, insurance, contract and compliance issues. Assist with preparation and organization of corporate minutes, resolutions and other corporate records. Assist in evaluation of legal documents, preparation of discovery documents and coordination and tracking of the production of documents. Develop and implement training programs on risk management, contracts and compliance topics. Research and write memorandums on various legal, risk management, insurance, contract and compliance topics.

Qualifications: JD Degree or Bachelor's Degree and 15+ years as a Contracts Administrator. Passed the Bar exam in state residing or a Certified Contracts Manager. Experience negotiating and writing contracts, preferably in the Architecture, Engineering, or Construction industry. Ability to work in a fast passed environment and with an attention to details. Excellent writing and communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Legal Counsel - Real Estate Transactional
Refer job# CCLP161708
 
Director, Legal Counsel - Real Estate Transactional The candidate will draft and negotiate all real estate transaction documents, with a heavy emphasis on acquisitions and dispositions of both developed and undeveloped properties, and ground leases. Oversee transactions, including responsibility for undertaking and/or managing title and survey review, coordinating and working with in-house paralegals, and overseeing closing and closing logistics. Support and oversee land use and development process, including working closely with the local business and development teams in drafting and negotiating development agreements, construction management agreements, easements, licenses, cost-sharing agreements, CCRs, PILOT agreements, and other development-related documents; and reviewing plats and subdivision documents. Support internal Treasury Department with the review and negotiation of loan documents, including in connection with new debt, loan assumptions, substitutions, and releases. Manage condemnation related actions, including negotiating with condemning authorities for condemnation award settlements, and preparation of conveyances in lieu of condemnations and overseeing outside counsel in connection with filed condemnation actions. Support internal Environmental Services Group including review and negotiation of environmental covenants, license and access agreements. Oversee litigation matters relating to title, boundary dispute, and environmental litigation. Other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school in the U.S. and 8-15 years of real estate transactional experience similar in scope to the described responsibilities. Superior written and verbal communication skills are required. Exhibits grace under pressure, is comfortable with a high volume of transactions, has a good sense of humor and thrives in a fast-paced environment. Should have exceptional interpersonal skills, a commitment to professionalism, integrity, collegiality, and the ability to work on a wide range of legal matters. Must be an independent, self-directed, organized and diligent worker, and able to work with minimal supervision. Must be flexible in order to respond quickly and positively to shifting demands and opportunities, able to work under tight deadlines, handle multiple, detailed tasks simultaneously, prioritize appropriately, and delegate to resources available. Must be able to anticipate problems and issues and exercise independent judgment to make sound, justifiable legal decisions and take action in solving problems while knowing when and to whom to escalate issues. Must have strong PC skills with Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel, and Outlook), ability to maintain strict confidentiality, experience working either at a large in-house legal department or at a medium to the large law firm.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector
Refer job# MVHI161549
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector Responsibilities: Draw on public sector and technology transactions experience to provide comprehensive legal support for the North American public sector sales team, including go-to-market counseling, RFx support, bid protest guidance, contract negotiation (e.g., MSAs, NDAs, and SOWs), rep/cert reviews, preparation of open records request responses, and contract dispute/performance advice. Lead efforts relating to the preparation, implementation, and optimization of forms, playbooks, processes, and procedures needed to scale the Company's public sector business. Support the Company's other attorneys covering public sector transactions, including international public sector procurements, negotiation of channel agreements, and transactions through the Company's strategic partners. Collaborate and work with the public sector legal team's contracts negotiators and provide escalations support and oversight. Track new and emerging public sector policies, regulations, and trends. Build cross-functional relationships; support or lead the public sector and other legal initiatives as necessary or assigned. Manage outside counsel matters and demonstrate the ability to properly scope work and manage to budget.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# BUAF161567
 
Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate will be preparing patent applications and prosecuting patents globally. Performing opposition, IPR, and litigation-related support activities in IP disputes. Preparing and negotiating intellectual property agreements. Acting as direct contact for and interacting with business clients, outside counsel, and international colleagues. Responsibilities of this position may include direct and/or indirect physical or logical access to information, systems, technologies subjected to the regulations/compliance with US Export Control Laws.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director and Assistant General Counsel, Data Privacy
Refer job# TLMY161570
 
Director and Assistant General Counsel, Data Privacy The candidate will be responsible for privacy, data protection, and cybersecurity legal issues, regulatory filings, training programs, third-party assessments, risk management strategies, vendor contracting, and legal compliance with data protection laws and regulations. Will provide legal counsel and guidance on a wide variety of data protection and privacy legal matters which arise from the operation of a large, complex, geographically dispersed and technology-driven organization. Provide legal advice and guidance on data privacy topics to the company's senior leaders, managers and other internal colleagues and clients in the US and globally (for global projects involving US) to confirm that current and proposed activities, policies, business practices and transactions comply with relevant data privacy laws and regulations. Carry out the direction and strategy for the company's Global Privacy Program, including providing guidance on applicable privacy laws and regulations, implementation of the program, including company policies and processes covering the privacy and security of personally identifiable information in accordance with global, federal, state and local laws. Work with the Global Privacy Officer, ensuring the company's compliance with the HIPAA and its implementing regulations, the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), data protection laws and regulations outside of the EU, Federal Trade Commission guidance, and US state privacy and information security laws and regulations. Lead the company's HIPAA/state medical privacy compliance initiatives with respect to the handling of protected health information (PHI) as well as medical information not subject to HIPAA.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Privacy And Regulatory Counsel
Refer job# SZBW161438
 
Worldwide Privacy and Regulatory Counsel Responsibilities: Manage the company's worldwide privacy strategy and program. Track the evolving legal landscape, and provide practical guidance for ongoing compliance. Work closely with product, engineering, infosec, marketing, sales and other teams on the privacy aspects of product development as well as all operations of the company. Lead the company's efforts with respect to data use, protection, and related regulatory obligations, developing, evolving and overseeing policies and frameworks that enable compliant uses of data throughout the company. Develop project plans and manage cross-functional teams to drive and achieve the foregoing. Represent the company in privacy regulatory matters. Provide training on privacy matters, effectively translating legal advice into meaningful guidance for innovative business teams. Chart and coordinate the company's worldwide regulatory tracking and shaping efforts with respect to its various sales verticals. Be a thought leader with respect to the shaping of regulatory landscapes to best accelerate the company's business. Work with sales, marketing and other internal and external partners to represent the company's interests and perspectives with external parties, both public and private, and to develop relationships with relevant entities. Interact directly with customers, potential customers and other third parties to present and negotiate privacy and other regulatory positions in transactions. Work closely with sales and product teams to field and resolve customer, vendor and other third party inquiries regarding privacy and other regulatory topics. Manage related legal matters as needed, including with respect to M&A and other corporate initiatives, and litigation. Travel periodically to one of global locations as projects require.

Qualifications: Licensed attorney in at least one U.S. state, with 10+ years privacy experience. Expert knowledge of worldwide data privacy and protection laws, including CIPP or similar certifications. Extremely practical approach to practicing law within a company setting. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to communicate to all organizational levels. Excellent project management, drafting (clear and streamlined), negotiation and interpersonal skills. True team player. Excellent judgement. Positive attitude and good sense of humor. Ownership and accountability mentality. Significant experience in the following areas, with a SaaS or software focus: Successful record of leading and scaling privacy programs, including internal policies, data lifecycle, employee training and related privacy matters. Adept at working collaboratively with engineering, product, marketing and sales teams, and well as with senior executives, including experience working with product leaders to guide product roadmaps. Demonstrated success collaborating with customers, governmental authorities, and other external parties. Strong knowledge of the mechanics of regulatory frameworks, and significant experience coordinating and participating in regulatory matters. Extensive experience with commercial technology agreements (customer, supplier and partner agreement drafting and negotiations with respect to privacy and other regulatory postures), including multijurisdictional transactions. M&A and corporate initiatives. Great to have Experience and Qualifications: Prior in-house experience within a high-growth technology company is a major plus. International experience.
 
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