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Senior Attorney - Intellectual Property Counsel

Colorado Springs CO Senior Attorney - Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate provides legal counsel to business unit leadership within the company by identifying and analyzing legal issues and communicating effective legal advice. Proactively engages with business clients to better understand the company's strategic and operational objectives. Engages and collaborates with internal partners within business units and the Chief Legal Office. Works independently on matters of significance to the organization, has in-depth experienced knowledge and a consistent track record to lead efforts to resolve sophisticated issues. Identifies and leads existing and emerging risks that stem from business activities and the job role. Ensures risks associated with business activities are effectively identified, measured, supervised, and controlled. Follows written risk and compliance policies, standards, and procedures for business activities. Independently provides legal counsel to senior leadership to support business objectives and lead regulatory, compliance and litigation risk to the company. Leads sophisticated legal assignments with a high level of business impact and delivers appropriate solutions. Optimally communicates with team members and varying levels of leadership in both verbal and written forms. Produces clear and concise legal positions involving highly complex issues. Proactively collaborates across the company and the Chief Legal Office to mitigate risk. Proactively monitors and analyzes changes in laws, regulations and industry and advises appropriate organizational leadership of such changes in a timely manner. Anticipates potential or future legal and operational issues that present a risk to the organization and proactively engages with others to identify potential solutions. Regularly provides guidance to more junior attorneys and serves as a resource to others in the Chief Legal Office. Provides leadership through cross-functional projects that have a material impact to the company. Effectively manages outside counsel to obtain legal advice.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited school. A J.D. degree from an accredited law school is required. Should be licensed and in good standing to practice law in one state or a territory of the US. Must have 8 years of relevant experience with 7+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Should preferably have 6+ years of experience (either at a major law firm and/or in-house) drafting and negotiating IP licenses, particularly patent licenses. Should ideally have 4+ years managing IP disputes, particularly patent disputes. Should ideally also have 6+ years of experience prosecuting patents before the USPTO. Sophisticated knowledge of IP transactions and disputes including experience negotiating and advising on all matters related is desired. Registration to practice before the USPTO is an asset.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-08-08

Senior Corporate Counsel, Wholesale

Denver CO Senior Corporate Counsel, Wholesale The candidate will support Lumen by conducting contract negotiations; drafting complex agreements; clearly and concisely identifying and explaining the ramifications of contractual terms to the business decision makers and third-parties during contract negotiations; providing ongoing management and maintenance of wholesale contracts, including providing contract summaries and interpretations to sales teams and executive management; and investigating, negotiating and resolving contract disputes. Will possess a willingness to learn and understand multifaceted internal business, operational, financial and technical matters to provide sound legal advice and risk analysis, while simultaneously assisting sophisticated business clients in achieving their commercial objectives. J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Current license to practice law in state where attorney's office will be located or another state. At least 5 years of experience in contract drafting and negotiations in either private practice or as an in-house lawyer. Excellent writing, drafting, and verbal communications skills. Organizational, time-management and prioritization capabilities; able to manage workload independently, efficiently and with minimal supervision. Experience in a technically oriented business is highly preferred, experience in a telecommunications business is a plus. Able to negotiate, prioritize and manage a large volume of contracts and associated issues. Must be a team player. Sound business and legal judgment. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-08-04

Corporate Counsel

Greeley CO Corporate Counsel The candidate will review and make decisions and recommendations related to local, state, and federal rules, regulations, and laws. Responsible for ensuring all legal documents and corporate agreements and instruments, including confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, sales agreements, etc are in line with company standards. Support litigation matters in conjunction with outside counsel, including the management of litigation holds and e-discovery support, the review and collection of documents for responsive information, and assistance with discovery and subpoena responses. Serve as primary corporate governance organizer and administrator of corporate records; file annual reports, permits, business licenses and other corporate documents for the company and its subsidiaries. Manage ESI's brand assets and assist with trademark and copyright filings, brand licensing and permissions, and provide assistance with patent filings. Furnish reports for financing, real estate, and business development transactions, including due diligence support, document organization, and closings. Manage the Legal Department's document management repositories, intranet platform, contract management system, and other information repositories to promote efficiency and centralize key templates, policies, processes, memos, etc. Evaluate and implement measures to enhance cross-functional collaboration on legal projects and strategic initiatives. Identify and track success metrics and benchmarks; prepare various tracking reports and report out materials on behalf of the Legal Department, including Power Point presentations. Develop and implement reports for monitoring outside legal spending. Other duties as assigned. Provide support for M&A transactions, including working with Growth Team on deal structure and LOI terms, planning and assisting in due diligence, drafting and negotiating deal agreements, and actively managing deal process and execution. Provide support on real estate, corporate, commercial and other transactions and special projects. Manage the historical contracts, templates, review new contract prior to signing, provide guidance to company leadership in acquisitions, and ensure company is legally compliant in a multi-state geography. Should have a Juris Doctor (JD) degree and licensed to practice in the State of Colorado. Should have 10+ years of experience in a corporate legal environment or private practice of corporate legal matters. Experience in Government Contracting is preferred. Experience with Microsoft Office 365 programs and applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Teams) and similar applications; Adobe Acrobat, and contract management systems is a plus. Strong oral and written communications, presentation, and facilitation skills. Must interact confidently, persuasively, and diplomatically with all levels of the organization. Must also be a good listener. Should demonstrated self-starter with a proactive and problem-solving approach who demonstrates exceptional organizational and planning skills. Should demonstrated ability to work efficiently, prioritize workflow, meet demanding deadlines, and manage multi-faceted projects in a fast-paced environment, and be comfortable with minimal supervision. Should have the ability to manage a heavy workload and prioritize multiple projects. Should have the ability to work independently while functioning well in a team environment. Should have the ability to understand general business operations, issues and dynamics beyond the scope of basic legal issues. Professional background in manufacturing is a plus. Experience providing visionary leadership to a team of professionals are needed. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-08-02

Director & Senior Counsel, Securities & Corporate Governance

Denver CO Director and Senior Counsel, Securities and Corporate Governance Responsibilities: Prepare and file SEC disclosure documents, including registration statements and multiple periodic filings (10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, Form 4s, etc). Prepare and file UK annual report and additional required UK incorporation documents and filings. Lead the annual proxy season process and assist with quarterly and annual earnings and other press releases. Provide legal support to private equity owner's outside counsel regarding sell-down ownership activities, including secondary offerings, block trades, etc. Provide legal support to Human Resources function concerning employee and director equity programs and ownership restrictions and reporting requirements. Prepare all board and committee meeting materials, minutes and resolutions, and other necessary board documentation. Responsible for annual planning and maintenance of a public company compliance calendar, including the scheduling of all required US and UK filings, the annual general meeting, and board and committee meetings. Act as primary legal department representative to board's compensation committee, including supporting Human Resources in preparation of compensation committee materials. Manage corporate filings and other maintenance requirements for corporate entities in global locations. Conduct due diligence on potential board members. Implement corporate governance and related policies. Manage a small team including the Compliance and Corporate Secretary. Provide legal support to finance and treasury teams regarding financing structures, debt payment, consolidation and/or extension, and other financial instruments, as needed. Provide legal support (in conjunction with outside counsel) for global tax projects as they pertain to corporate entity creation, merger and/or dissolution. Member of in-house team addressing corporate merger, acquisition and/or other strategic inorganic growth activities, including conducting due diligence. Advise the Board of Directors and executive leadership team on the application of regulatory governance and compliance trends and requirements, SEC, NYSE and UK Companies Act issues, and public company best practices.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree, with Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree from an accredited law school, with 6-10 years of experience in public company corporate and securities law, preferably at a major law firm. In-house experience desired. Experience in securities, corporate governance, public company compliance, finance, corporate transactions, and M&A. Excellent verbal and written communications skills, strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to communicate well with all levels of the organization and with external clients. Proven ability to spot issues, research, investigate, and use independent judgment to solve problems.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2022-07-29

Associate General Counsel - Sec Reporting, Corporate Transactions And Corporate Law

Longmont CO Associate General Counsel - Sec Reporting, Corporate Transactions, And Corporate Law Duties: The candidate will advise on corporate finance and securities law matters, including preparing SEC filings such as Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and S-8, Proxy Statements, and Section 16 reports. Assist with the preparation and planning for the annual meeting of shareholders. Work with internal teams to draft and review earnings releases, press releases, and shareholder and investor communications, particularly for compliance with applicable securities laws. Monitor and analyze regulatory developments and best practices in the securities and corporate governance arenas and drive change and education within the company. Advice on equity, executive compensation, and stock administration matters. Support capital markets transactions including debt offerings, credit agreements, and other treasury?related matters. Provide advice and counsel on general corporate and corporate governance matters. Manage and lead teams of lawyers, paralegals, and other professionals, with the ability to attract, develop and retain talent and help us grow the best team.

Qualifications: The candidate should have experience as a people manager. Bar admission is in good standing, with a preference for admission in California, Colorado, or Minnesota. Ability to develop legal strategies, foster teamwork, and collaboration, and drive results. Ability to operate within a budget and work creatively to manage costs and maximize efficiency. Organized, hard-working, and highly professional, with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment, manage numerous projects simultaneously without compromising attention to detail, and exercise sound judgment. Ability to communicate professionally and effectively, write clearly and concisely, and manage tasks to the deadline. Ability and desire to help the team live our company values of Integrity, Inclusion, and Innovation. Confidence to present in front of company executives. Excellent written and oral communication skills and a team-oriented approach. Strong substantive experience with SEC reporting ( 33 and 34 Act) and securities laws, preferably from a combination of top-tier law firm and public company in-house work. Deep knowledge of corporate law, corporate governance standards, and trends. Capital markets experience. Familiarity with equity compensation plans and executive compensation.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-25

Corporate Counsel

Denver CO Corporate Counsel Duties: Provide advice and assistance to business leaders on a broad range of business matters, including but not limited to, professional services, compliance and licensure requirements, real estate transactions, construction law, governance, procurement, mergers & acquisitions, and intellectual property. Lead Company firm licensure compliance program and efforts in 40+ states throughout United States, including responsibility for all aspects of corporate, business, and professional (firm) registrations. Partner with General Counsel on governance and corporate recordkeeping for all entities. Collaborate with General Counsel in executing merger and acquisition transactions, including responsibility for due diligence; transactional document support; some drafting of NDAs, term sheets, and letters of intent; and integration support. Provide litigation management support and leadership, working primarily with outside counsel and General Counsel on professional liability matters, includes compiling discovery responses, employee/3rd party witness deposition coordination, and subpoena responses. This position also supports responses to government inquiries and oversees all auto and commercial general liability litigation. Occasional review and negotiation of complex client contracts; provide advice and counsel to Contract Specialists as needed; provide back-up support to Contract Specialists for contract review and negotiation. Develop, implement, deliver, maintain compliance training programs across organization relative to areas of responsibility. Some drafting required for NDAs, confidentiality agreements, consultant and subcontractor agreements, and contract amendments. Handle other projects as may be assigned by General Counsel from time to time. Actively demonstrates a commitment to creating an inclusive workplace through active listening to and inclusion of diverse perspectives; demonstrates respect for all and actively works to build trust-based relationships with colleagues and clients. Demonstrates commitment to working safely; fully participates in Company's safety initiatives and policies; always looks out for the health and safety of self and others.

Qualifications: A Juris Doctor and licensed to practice in at least one state, required. 3-5 years of experience in litigation management, corporate governance, business (corporate) law, or mergers & acquisitions preferred; in-house or law firm environment. Experience in the architectural, engineering, and construction industry or other professional service industries is beneficial. Proficient in using Adobe DC Professional and Microsoft Office products, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, and SharePoint, etc.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2022-07-25

Senior Legal Counsel, Employment

Denver CO Senior Legal Counsel, Employment The candidate will provide day-to-day proactive advice and support on global employment-law-related matters. Manage and drive global projects, process, and standards, including coordinating with regional counsel to create consistency and/or alignment across geos. Assist the HR team with the successful management of the employee lifecycle, including hiring, performance management, employee relations, and separations. Coordinate with HR to help manage employee relations concerns, investigations and employee departures. Oversee and direct internal investigations, demand letters, agency charges, and employment-related litigation in conjunction with outside counsel. Manage outside counsel and related matter budgeting. Support global compensation and benefits programs. Monitor and implement new employment laws and regulations impacting our global workforce. Work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues in the U.S. and globally, ensuring strong relationships between Legal, Human Resources, Cyber Security, Finance, Stock Administration, IT, and Corporate Development to facilitate a coordinated team approach. Work cross-functionally within Legal, including regularly partnering with the Corporate, Innovation, Commercial, and Compliance, Employment & Risk teams. Coordinate with Legal and HR to recommend, develop, and continuously improve our global employment-related policies, procedures, and training, as well as our global employment template library (including global employment agreements and separation agreements). Help develop critical initiatives, practices, and processes that will advance and scale business while continuing to mitigate risk. Pitch-in on whatever legal work needs doing, whenever it needs to be done.

The candidate should have 8 years of relevant experience focused on employment law at a law firm and/or in-house legal department. A J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Member in good standing in any State Bar. Possess the drive and ability to balance working autonomously and collaboratively in a highly dynamic fast-paced environment. Comfortable handling multiple projects and transactions in parallel, often with short deadlines. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills. Ability to interface and partner successfully with stakeholders at all levels and varying functions of the Company. Flexible and creative, with the initiative to contemplate multiple solutions to issues and to proactively and reliably drive sophisticated projects. Prior experience working at or with technology companies is preferred. California employment law experience is preferred. Global employment law experience is preferred. Top-tier employment law firm experience is preferred. Strong academic credentials is preferred.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-20

Senior Legal Counsel, Employment

Boulder CO Senior Legal Counsel, Employment The candidate will support our Human Resources function, with a primary focus on helping build and improve global processes and policies, and advising on employee relations issues worldwide. Also provide employment-related support for the company's M&A activities. A highly motivated and hardworking teammate to take initiative and ownership of key projects, procedures, and initiatives, and closely partner with Human Resources and business functions across Splunk. Highly collaborative with a strong desire to make a significant impact. Flexible, creative, and self-motivated shows initiative and perseverance, resourcefulness, a strong work ethic and maintains a sense of humor. Demonstrated business sense and legal judgment, with the ability to be both strategic and detail oriented. You will possess outstanding negotiating, writing, speaking, and analytical skills; strong organizational and project management skills; an ability to work dedicatedly in an entrepreneurial, extremely fast paced, and high growth environment; a desire to be invigorated by a collaborative, innovative and decisive culture; a high degree of accountability, professional motivation and drive; and ease in developing relationships of trust and confidence both within and outside Splunk. Responsibilities: Provide day-to-day proactive advice and support on global employment-law related matters. Manage and drive global projects, process, and standards, including coordinating with regional counsel to create consistency and/or alignment across geos. Assist the HR team with the successful management of the employee lifecycle, including hiring, performance management, employee relations, and separations. Coordinate with HR to help manage employee relations concerns, investigations and employee departures. Oversee and direct internal investigations, demand letters, agency charges, and employment-related litigation in conjunction with outside counsel. Manage outside counsel and related matter budgeting. Support global compensation and benefits programs. Monitor and implement new employment laws and regulations impacting our global workforce. Work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues in the U.S. and globally, ensuring strong relationships between Legal, Human Resources, Cyber Security, Finance, Stock Administration, IT, and Corporate Development to facilitate a coordinated team approach. Work cross-functionally within Legal, including regularly partnering with the Corporate, Innovation, Commercial, and Compliance, Employment & Risk teams. Coordinate with Legal and HR to recommend, develop, and continuously improve our global employment-related policies, procedures, and trainings, as well as our global employment template library (including global employment agreements and separation agreements). Help develop critical initiatives, practices, and processes that will advance and scale Splunk's business while continuing to mitigate risk. Pitch-in on whatever legal work needs doing, whenever it needs to be done. Minimum of 8 years of relevant experience focused on employment law at a law firm and/or in-house legal department. should have a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Member in good standing in any state bar. Possess the drive and ability to balance working autonomously and collaboratively in a highly dynamic fast-paced environment. Comfortable handling multiple projects and transactions in parallel, often with short deadlines. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills. Ability to interface and partner successfully with stakeholders at all levels and varying functions of the Company. Flexible and creative, with the initiative to contemplate multiple solutions to issues and to proactively and reliably drive sophisticated projects. Prior experience working at or with technology companies. California employment law experience. Global employment law experience. Top tier employment law firm experience. Strong academic credentials. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-20

Associate Corporate Counsel

Louisville CO Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate provides global legal support for commercial agreements, including negotiating and drafting sales and partner agreements. Advises on commercial transactions, general corporate matters and contract dispute resolution. Provides clear, reasoned risk analysis and business-focused solutions on contract risks and risk mitigation options enabling the business to achieve its objectives. Drafts and maintains template agreements; recommends and develops legal and cross-functional contract processes and improvements. Supports the legal team on other special projects as needed. Other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a JD from a nationally recognized law school and current member of the required State Bar. Should have 5 years of experience with technology and commercial transactions, contract dispute resolution, legal team and contract process management. Ability to demonstrate sound judgment in ambiguous situations. Ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through, and meet deadlines. Excellent drafting, analytical, research, negotiation, and presentation skills. Strong legal analysis skills with the ability to integrate legal advice with business knowledge and provide balanced advice regarding potential risks and benefits. Strong interpersonal skills including creativity, high energy level, and ability to communicate information accurately and completely, while being concise and understandable for non-lawyers. Collaborative, team-oriented attitude with the ability to influence peers and all levels of management and forge cross-functional relationships across GHX teams such as sales, product and finance. Thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment as part of a dynamic team of professionals. Hard-working, high integrity, well organized and a self-motivated team player able to manage and prioritize requests and oversee and improve complex business and legal processes. In-house experience is preferred. Transactional training and experience in a law firm setting is preferred. Procurement, healthcare, international, data security and privacy experience preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-20

Insurance Defense Attorney

Denver CO Insurance Defense Attorney The candidate will manage the entire legal process, from investigation and discovery through trial prep and court proceedings, representing clients in depositions, site inspections, court hearings, trials, etc., and negotiating settlements as required. Research all applicable laws and findings, will develop appropriate legal strategies for all stages of litigation and share them with claims representatives and insured clients. Establish and maintain good relationships with claims representatives and insured clients and occasionally conduct training sessions for Legal, Claims, or other departments. Develop and render clear, unambiguous legal opinions and strategies, and draft legal documents including pleadings and motions. Should have a JD degree. Membership in the Colorado State Bar. Appropriate special licenses to practice before boards or federal courts are preferred. Should have 1+ years of experience as an attorney. Talent for cultivating strong working relationships with internal and external partners. Aptitude for detailed, analytical thinking. Process-oriented mindset, with proven ability to meet deadlines and stay organized. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Familiarity with the latest developments in the practice of law, as well as pertinent knowledge in related fields. Familiarity with insurance law is a plus. Must have proficiency with technologies that reduce costs and facilitate the practice of law and remote work. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-20
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Legal Counsel
In-House,Intelerad Medical Systems Incorporated
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Legal Counsel Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate major and/or non-standard technology contracts with public and private sector customers, including master services agreements, end-user licensing agreements, professional services agreements, and bu... + read more

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State & Local Tax Senior Manager
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Senior Attorney - Intellectual Property Counsel
Refer job# NSNG169917
 
Senior Attorney - Intellectual Property Counsel The candidate provides legal counsel to business unit leadership within the company by identifying and analyzing legal issues and communicating effective legal advice. Proactively engages with business clients to better understand the company's strategic and operational objectives. Engages and collaborates with internal partners within business units and the Chief Legal Office. Works independently on matters of significance to the organization, has in-depth experienced knowledge and a consistent track record to lead efforts to resolve sophisticated issues. Identifies and leads existing and emerging risks that stem from business activities and the job role. Ensures risks associated with business activities are effectively identified, measured, supervised, and controlled. Follows written risk and compliance policies, standards, and procedures for business activities. Independently provides legal counsel to senior leadership to support business objectives and lead regulatory, compliance and litigation risk to the company. Leads sophisticated legal assignments with a high level of business impact and delivers appropriate solutions. Optimally communicates with team members and varying levels of leadership in both verbal and written forms. Produces clear and concise legal positions involving highly complex issues. Proactively collaborates across the company and the Chief Legal Office to mitigate risk. Proactively monitors and analyzes changes in laws, regulations and industry and advises appropriate organizational leadership of such changes in a timely manner. Anticipates potential or future legal and operational issues that present a risk to the organization and proactively engages with others to identify potential solutions. Regularly provides guidance to more junior attorneys and serves as a resource to others in the Chief Legal Office. Provides leadership through cross-functional projects that have a material impact to the company. Effectively manages outside counsel to obtain legal advice.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree from an accredited school. A J.D. degree from an accredited law school is required. Should be licensed and in good standing to practice law in one state or a territory of the US. Must have 8 years of relevant experience with 7+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Should preferably have 6+ years of experience (either at a major law firm and/or in-house) drafting and negotiating IP licenses, particularly patent licenses. Should ideally have 4+ years managing IP disputes, particularly patent disputes. Should ideally also have 6+ years of experience prosecuting patents before the USPTO. Sophisticated knowledge of IP transactions and disputes including experience negotiating and advising on all matters related is desired. Registration to practice before the USPTO is an asset.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Wholesale
Refer job# REGM169883
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Wholesale The candidate will support Lumen by conducting contract negotiations; drafting complex agreements; clearly and concisely identifying and explaining the ramifications of contractual terms to the business decision makers and third-parties during contract negotiations; providing ongoing management and maintenance of wholesale contracts, including providing contract summaries and interpretations to sales teams and executive management; and investigating, negotiating and resolving contract disputes. Will possess a willingness to learn and understand multifaceted internal business, operational, financial and technical matters to provide sound legal advice and risk analysis, while simultaneously assisting sophisticated business clients in achieving their commercial objectives. J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Current license to practice law in state where attorney's office will be located or another state. At least 5 years of experience in contract drafting and negotiations in either private practice or as an in-house lawyer. Excellent writing, drafting, and verbal communications skills. Organizational, time-management and prioritization capabilities; able to manage workload independently, efficiently and with minimal supervision. Experience in a technically oriented business is highly preferred, experience in a telecommunications business is a plus. Able to negotiate, prioritize and manage a large volume of contracts and associated issues. Must be a team player. Sound business and legal judgment.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# RZHF169876
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will review and make decisions and recommendations related to local, state, and federal rules, regulations, and laws. Responsible for ensuring all legal documents and corporate agreements and instruments, including confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, sales agreements, etc are in line with company standards. Support litigation matters in conjunction with outside counsel, including the management of litigation holds and e-discovery support, the review and collection of documents for responsive information, and assistance with discovery and subpoena responses. Serve as primary corporate governance organizer and administrator of corporate records; file annual reports, permits, business licenses and other corporate documents for the company and its subsidiaries. Manage ESI's brand assets and assist with trademark and copyright filings, brand licensing and permissions, and provide assistance with patent filings. Furnish reports for financing, real estate, and business development transactions, including due diligence support, document organization, and closings. Manage the Legal Department's document management repositories, intranet platform, contract management system, and other information repositories to promote efficiency and centralize key templates, policies, processes, memos, etc. Evaluate and implement measures to enhance cross-functional collaboration on legal projects and strategic initiatives. Identify and track success metrics and benchmarks; prepare various tracking reports and report out materials on behalf of the Legal Department, including Power Point presentations. Develop and implement reports for monitoring outside legal spending. Other duties as assigned. Provide support for M&A transactions, including working with Growth Team on deal structure and LOI terms, planning and assisting in due diligence, drafting and negotiating deal agreements, and actively managing deal process and execution. Provide support on real estate, corporate, commercial and other transactions and special projects. Manage the historical contracts, templates, review new contract prior to signing, provide guidance to company leadership in acquisitions, and ensure company is legally compliant in a multi-state geography. Should have a Juris Doctor (JD) degree and licensed to practice in the State of Colorado. Should have 10+ years of experience in a corporate legal environment or private practice of corporate legal matters. Experience in Government Contracting is preferred. Experience with Microsoft Office 365 programs and applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint, Teams) and similar applications; Adobe Acrobat, and contract management systems is a plus. Strong oral and written communications, presentation, and facilitation skills. Must interact confidently, persuasively, and diplomatically with all levels of the organization. Must also be a good listener. Should demonstrated self-starter with a proactive and problem-solving approach who demonstrates exceptional organizational and planning skills. Should demonstrated ability to work efficiently, prioritize workflow, meet demanding deadlines, and manage multi-faceted projects in a fast-paced environment, and be comfortable with minimal supervision. Should have the ability to manage a heavy workload and prioritize multiple projects. Should have the ability to work independently while functioning well in a team environment. Should have the ability to understand general business operations, issues and dynamics beyond the scope of basic legal issues. Professional background in manufacturing is a plus. Experience providing visionary leadership to a team of professionals are needed.
 
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Director & Senior Counsel, Securities & Corporate Governance
Refer job# NQQQ169817
 
Director and Senior Counsel, Securities and Corporate Governance Responsibilities: Prepare and file SEC disclosure documents, including registration statements and multiple periodic filings (10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, Form 4s, etc). Prepare and file UK annual report and additional required UK incorporation documents and filings. Lead the annual proxy season process and assist with quarterly and annual earnings and other press releases. Provide legal support to private equity owner's outside counsel regarding sell-down ownership activities, including secondary offerings, block trades, etc. Provide legal support to Human Resources function concerning employee and director equity programs and ownership restrictions and reporting requirements. Prepare all board and committee meeting materials, minutes and resolutions, and other necessary board documentation. Responsible for annual planning and maintenance of a public company compliance calendar, including the scheduling of all required US and UK filings, the annual general meeting, and board and committee meetings. Act as primary legal department representative to board's compensation committee, including supporting Human Resources in preparation of compensation committee materials. Manage corporate filings and other maintenance requirements for corporate entities in global locations. Conduct due diligence on potential board members. Implement corporate governance and related policies. Manage a small team including the Compliance and Corporate Secretary. Provide legal support to finance and treasury teams regarding financing structures, debt payment, consolidation and/or extension, and other financial instruments, as needed. Provide legal support (in conjunction with outside counsel) for global tax projects as they pertain to corporate entity creation, merger and/or dissolution. Member of in-house team addressing corporate merger, acquisition and/or other strategic inorganic growth activities, including conducting due diligence. Advise the Board of Directors and executive leadership team on the application of regulatory governance and compliance trends and requirements, SEC, NYSE and UK Companies Act issues, and public company best practices.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree, with Juris Doctorate (J.D.) degree from an accredited law school, with 6-10 years of experience in public company corporate and securities law, preferably at a major law firm. In-house experience desired. Experience in securities, corporate governance, public company compliance, finance, corporate transactions, and M&A. Excellent verbal and written communications skills, strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to communicate well with all levels of the organization and with external clients. Proven ability to spot issues, research, investigate, and use independent judgment to solve problems.
 
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Associate General Counsel - Sec Reporting, Corporate Transactions And Corporate Law
Refer job# DJUU169658
 
Associate General Counsel - Sec Reporting, Corporate Transactions, And Corporate Law Duties: The candidate will advise on corporate finance and securities law matters, including preparing SEC filings such as Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and S-8, Proxy Statements, and Section 16 reports. Assist with the preparation and planning for the annual meeting of shareholders. Work with internal teams to draft and review earnings releases, press releases, and shareholder and investor communications, particularly for compliance with applicable securities laws. Monitor and analyze regulatory developments and best practices in the securities and corporate governance arenas and drive change and education within the company. Advice on equity, executive compensation, and stock administration matters. Support capital markets transactions including debt offerings, credit agreements, and other treasury?related matters. Provide advice and counsel on general corporate and corporate governance matters. Manage and lead teams of lawyers, paralegals, and other professionals, with the ability to attract, develop and retain talent and help us grow the best team.

Qualifications: The candidate should have experience as a people manager. Bar admission is in good standing, with a preference for admission in California, Colorado, or Minnesota. Ability to develop legal strategies, foster teamwork, and collaboration, and drive results. Ability to operate within a budget and work creatively to manage costs and maximize efficiency. Organized, hard-working, and highly professional, with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment, manage numerous projects simultaneously without compromising attention to detail, and exercise sound judgment. Ability to communicate professionally and effectively, write clearly and concisely, and manage tasks to the deadline. Ability and desire to help the team live our company values of Integrity, Inclusion, and Innovation. Confidence to present in front of company executives. Excellent written and oral communication skills and a team-oriented approach. Strong substantive experience with SEC reporting ( 33 and 34 Act) and securities laws, preferably from a combination of top-tier law firm and public company in-house work. Deep knowledge of corporate law, corporate governance standards, and trends. Capital markets experience. Familiarity with equity compensation plans and executive compensation.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WROG169699
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Provide advice and assistance to business leaders on a broad range of business matters, including but not limited to, professional services, compliance and licensure requirements, real estate transactions, construction law, governance, procurement, mergers & acquisitions, and intellectual property. Lead Company firm licensure compliance program and efforts in 40+ states throughout United States, including responsibility for all aspects of corporate, business, and professional (firm) registrations. Partner with General Counsel on governance and corporate recordkeeping for all entities. Collaborate with General Counsel in executing merger and acquisition transactions, including responsibility for due diligence; transactional document support; some drafting of NDAs, term sheets, and letters of intent; and integration support. Provide litigation management support and leadership, working primarily with outside counsel and General Counsel on professional liability matters, includes compiling discovery responses, employee/3rd party witness deposition coordination, and subpoena responses. This position also supports responses to government inquiries and oversees all auto and commercial general liability litigation. Occasional review and negotiation of complex client contracts; provide advice and counsel to Contract Specialists as needed; provide back-up support to Contract Specialists for contract review and negotiation. Develop, implement, deliver, maintain compliance training programs across organization relative to areas of responsibility. Some drafting required for NDAs, confidentiality agreements, consultant and subcontractor agreements, and contract amendments. Handle other projects as may be assigned by General Counsel from time to time. Actively demonstrates a commitment to creating an inclusive workplace through active listening to and inclusion of diverse perspectives; demonstrates respect for all and actively works to build trust-based relationships with colleagues and clients. Demonstrates commitment to working safely; fully participates in Company's safety initiatives and policies; always looks out for the health and safety of self and others.

Qualifications: A Juris Doctor and licensed to practice in at least one state, required. 3-5 years of experience in litigation management, corporate governance, business (corporate) law, or mergers & acquisitions preferred; in-house or law firm environment. Experience in the architectural, engineering, and construction industry or other professional service industries is beneficial. Proficient in using Adobe DC Professional and Microsoft Office products, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, and SharePoint, etc.
 
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Senior Legal Counsel, Employment
Refer job# KOMT169363
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Employment The candidate will provide day-to-day proactive advice and support on global employment-law-related matters. Manage and drive global projects, process, and standards, including coordinating with regional counsel to create consistency and/or alignment across geos. Assist the HR team with the successful management of the employee lifecycle, including hiring, performance management, employee relations, and separations. Coordinate with HR to help manage employee relations concerns, investigations and employee departures. Oversee and direct internal investigations, demand letters, agency charges, and employment-related litigation in conjunction with outside counsel. Manage outside counsel and related matter budgeting. Support global compensation and benefits programs. Monitor and implement new employment laws and regulations impacting our global workforce. Work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues in the U.S. and globally, ensuring strong relationships between Legal, Human Resources, Cyber Security, Finance, Stock Administration, IT, and Corporate Development to facilitate a coordinated team approach. Work cross-functionally within Legal, including regularly partnering with the Corporate, Innovation, Commercial, and Compliance, Employment & Risk teams. Coordinate with Legal and HR to recommend, develop, and continuously improve our global employment-related policies, procedures, and training, as well as our global employment template library (including global employment agreements and separation agreements). Help develop critical initiatives, practices, and processes that will advance and scale business while continuing to mitigate risk. Pitch-in on whatever legal work needs doing, whenever it needs to be done.

The candidate should have 8 years of relevant experience focused on employment law at a law firm and/or in-house legal department. A J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Member in good standing in any State Bar. Possess the drive and ability to balance working autonomously and collaboratively in a highly dynamic fast-paced environment. Comfortable handling multiple projects and transactions in parallel, often with short deadlines. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills. Ability to interface and partner successfully with stakeholders at all levels and varying functions of the Company. Flexible and creative, with the initiative to contemplate multiple solutions to issues and to proactively and reliably drive sophisticated projects. Prior experience working at or with technology companies is preferred. California employment law experience is preferred. Global employment law experience is preferred. Top-tier employment law firm experience is preferred. Strong academic credentials is preferred.
 
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Senior Legal Counsel, Employment
Refer job# FNTF169373
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Employment The candidate will support our Human Resources function, with a primary focus on helping build and improve global processes and policies, and advising on employee relations issues worldwide. Also provide employment-related support for the company's M&A activities. A highly motivated and hardworking teammate to take initiative and ownership of key projects, procedures, and initiatives, and closely partner with Human Resources and business functions across Splunk. Highly collaborative with a strong desire to make a significant impact. Flexible, creative, and self-motivated shows initiative and perseverance, resourcefulness, a strong work ethic and maintains a sense of humor. Demonstrated business sense and legal judgment, with the ability to be both strategic and detail oriented. You will possess outstanding negotiating, writing, speaking, and analytical skills; strong organizational and project management skills; an ability to work dedicatedly in an entrepreneurial, extremely fast paced, and high growth environment; a desire to be invigorated by a collaborative, innovative and decisive culture; a high degree of accountability, professional motivation and drive; and ease in developing relationships of trust and confidence both within and outside Splunk. Responsibilities: Provide day-to-day proactive advice and support on global employment-law related matters. Manage and drive global projects, process, and standards, including coordinating with regional counsel to create consistency and/or alignment across geos. Assist the HR team with the successful management of the employee lifecycle, including hiring, performance management, employee relations, and separations. Coordinate with HR to help manage employee relations concerns, investigations and employee departures. Oversee and direct internal investigations, demand letters, agency charges, and employment-related litigation in conjunction with outside counsel. Manage outside counsel and related matter budgeting. Support global compensation and benefits programs. Monitor and implement new employment laws and regulations impacting our global workforce. Work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues in the U.S. and globally, ensuring strong relationships between Legal, Human Resources, Cyber Security, Finance, Stock Administration, IT, and Corporate Development to facilitate a coordinated team approach. Work cross-functionally within Legal, including regularly partnering with the Corporate, Innovation, Commercial, and Compliance, Employment & Risk teams. Coordinate with Legal and HR to recommend, develop, and continuously improve our global employment-related policies, procedures, and trainings, as well as our global employment template library (including global employment agreements and separation agreements). Help develop critical initiatives, practices, and processes that will advance and scale Splunk's business while continuing to mitigate risk. Pitch-in on whatever legal work needs doing, whenever it needs to be done. Minimum of 8 years of relevant experience focused on employment law at a law firm and/or in-house legal department. should have a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Member in good standing in any state bar. Possess the drive and ability to balance working autonomously and collaboratively in a highly dynamic fast-paced environment. Comfortable handling multiple projects and transactions in parallel, often with short deadlines. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal skills. Ability to interface and partner successfully with stakeholders at all levels and varying functions of the Company. Flexible and creative, with the initiative to contemplate multiple solutions to issues and to proactively and reliably drive sophisticated projects. Prior experience working at or with technology companies. California employment law experience. Global employment law experience. Top tier employment law firm experience. Strong academic credentials.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YWRD169380
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate provides global legal support for commercial agreements, including negotiating and drafting sales and partner agreements. Advises on commercial transactions, general corporate matters and contract dispute resolution. Provides clear, reasoned risk analysis and business-focused solutions on contract risks and risk mitigation options enabling the business to achieve its objectives. Drafts and maintains template agreements; recommends and develops legal and cross-functional contract processes and improvements. Supports the legal team on other special projects as needed. Other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a JD from a nationally recognized law school and current member of the required State Bar. Should have 5 years of experience with technology and commercial transactions, contract dispute resolution, legal team and contract process management. Ability to demonstrate sound judgment in ambiguous situations. Ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through, and meet deadlines. Excellent drafting, analytical, research, negotiation, and presentation skills. Strong legal analysis skills with the ability to integrate legal advice with business knowledge and provide balanced advice regarding potential risks and benefits. Strong interpersonal skills including creativity, high energy level, and ability to communicate information accurately and completely, while being concise and understandable for non-lawyers. Collaborative, team-oriented attitude with the ability to influence peers and all levels of management and forge cross-functional relationships across GHX teams such as sales, product and finance. Thrive in a fast-paced, challenging environment as part of a dynamic team of professionals. Hard-working, high integrity, well organized and a self-motivated team player able to manage and prioritize requests and oversee and improve complex business and legal processes. In-house experience is preferred. Transactional training and experience in a law firm setting is preferred. Procurement, healthcare, international, data security and privacy experience preferred.
 
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Insurance Defense Attorney
Refer job# ZLDR169419
 
Insurance Defense Attorney The candidate will manage the entire legal process, from investigation and discovery through trial prep and court proceedings, representing clients in depositions, site inspections, court hearings, trials, etc., and negotiating settlements as required. Research all applicable laws and findings, will develop appropriate legal strategies for all stages of litigation and share them with claims representatives and insured clients. Establish and maintain good relationships with claims representatives and insured clients and occasionally conduct training sessions for Legal, Claims, or other departments. Develop and render clear, unambiguous legal opinions and strategies, and draft legal documents including pleadings and motions. Should have a JD degree. Membership in the Colorado State Bar. Appropriate special licenses to practice before boards or federal courts are preferred. Should have 1+ years of experience as an attorney. Talent for cultivating strong working relationships with internal and external partners. Aptitude for detailed, analytical thinking. Process-oriented mindset, with proven ability to meet deadlines and stay organized. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills. Familiarity with the latest developments in the practice of law, as well as pertinent knowledge in related fields. Familiarity with insurance law is a plus. Must have proficiency with technologies that reduce costs and facilitate the practice of law and remote work.
 
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