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Privacy Counsel

Washington DC Privacy Counsel The candidate will have the opportunity to work with a dynamic and experienced team on privacy issues impacting business and products globally. You will work directly with business and engineering teams to design innovative privacy solutions for products as well as across the legal department on Apple activities and regulatory issues. Excellent academic credentials. Privacy experience as an associate at a top-tier law firm or business. In-house experience a plus. Excellent organizational and communication skills. Extraordinary written and verbal skills. Ability and commitment to work both independently and collaboratively with numerous people at all levels throughout the company. Sound business judgment, and flexibility/adaptability to handle multiple wide-ranging matters, conflicting deadlines, and new areas of expertise as business needs change. Demonstrated ability, in a positive, commercial and practical manner, to identify, prioritize and resolve issues quickly and effectively. Should have BA and JD 7- 10 year attorney with experience in privacy. Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2020-06-04

Counsel - Litigation

Washington DC Counsel - Litigation The candidate will be managing both plaintiff-side and defendant-side litigation and dispute-oriented matters, including partnering with an in-house investigative team to identify and investigate suspected infringement and piracy, representing the company in communications and negotiations with dispute counter parties, and coordinating with outside counsel in cases referred for litigation. Will be collaborating with senior leadership to develop and implement policies and procedures for the prevention and identification of content theft. Managing the full spectrum of litigation matters, including content protection, intellectual property, contract, and other types of disputes. Managing litigation holds. coordinating discovery tasks. Assist with responses to government investigations, subpoenas, and other legal information requests. Advising company personnel, inside and outside the legal department, on various issues pertaining to potential litigation.

The candidate should have JD degree from accredited law school with excellent academics. Must be Licensed to practice in at least one jurisdiction. Willingness to apply to D.C. Bar, if not already licensed to practice in D.C. 5 years relevant litigation experience is required. Should have 2-3 years experience at a top law firm. Experience with or understanding of commercial real estate business is helpful. Excellent written and oral communication skills needed. Excellent analytical and negotiating skills required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-01

Associate General Counsel - Mergers And Acquisitions/securities

Washington DC Associate General Counsel - Mergers and Acquisitions/Securities The candidate will manage and advise company personnel on strategic M&A transactions, primarily domestic but may also include international transactions, including leading diligence, negotiations and closings of transactions; Advise company personnel, inside and outside the legal department, on various issues pertaining to strategic transactions; Structure, draft and negotiate complex transaction agreements; Work closely with Corporate Development and various business units and manage internal and external deal processes; Manage the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including quarterly, annual and current reports, proxy statements, registration statements, and Section 16 filings; Work on general corporate matters, including board and board committee materials and general contract review; Review public facing materials, including press releases and road show materials.

The candidate must have excellent credentials, meticulous care for detail and accuracy, strong written and verbal communication skills, be ready to work independently but also as part of the in-house legal team, be ready to work in a deadline driven environment that is fast-paced and possess a practical and business-minded approach to solving business and legal problems. Should have JD from accredited law school with excellent academics. Licensed to practice in at least one jurisdiction. Willingness to apply to D.C. Bar, if not already licensed to practice in D.C. At least 6 years relevant experience at a top law firm. Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, including ability to work collaboratively and effectively with business clients and other legal department members. Excellent analytical and negotiating skills. Strong project management skills, well organized, with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment and manage numerous projects simultaneously under deadline pressure. Experience with or understanding of commercial real estate business is helpful.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-01

Regulatory Compliance Attorney

Washington DC Regulatory Compliance Attorney The candidate With communications regulatory experience, ensure compliance with new and existing telecommunications and VoIP regulations. Analyze important policy issues that could shape the regulatory compliance of Company products and draft briefing papers to help our product teams understand the consequences of such compliance. As a newly authorized VoIP provider, identify and execute on all new and existing regulatory and policy initiatives; Help to foster a light regulatory environment allowing Company to offer innovative services with the least oversight. Ensure Company is meeting and exceeding requirements to be a trusted communications provider; Recommend and advance law and policy that will foster greater compliance opportunities; take responsibilities and accountability of your work. Advance Company's regulatory and policy needs to allow Company's business units to succeed; Cross-functionally collaborate with different teams throughout the company to further Company's business objectives. Exercise appropriate judgment and discretion in evaluating opportunities, conducting due diligence, and negotiating agreement terms; Be honest and direct. Ensure the company's compliance efforts are directed at addressing the most pressing regulatory issue that have a direct impact on Company's business.

The candidate should have 5+ years experience in communication compliance work. Strong preference for someone who has worked at the FCC or with prior experience in a corporate compliance role. Regulatory compliance counsel experience is needed. Should have a deep understanding about both wireless and wireline communications statutory and regulatory requirements. Excellent written and oral communications skills is needed Partner closely with Company's Super Network team to identify, analyze and address regulatory and compliance issues related to the expansion of Company's business.A sophisticated understanding of the U.S. communications ecosystem, including VoIP, common carrier, and private carrier regulation. In depth experience with telecommunications compliance obligations, including USF, E911, CALEA, disability access, and CPNI. Preference for some familiarity with technology policy issues and how those policies intersect with telecommunication policies. Experience with implementing unique strategies to address changes in the telecommunications regulatory environment. Previous experience in a technology or communications company preferred. Previous experience working through trade associations and directing outside consultants to achieve a company's policy goals a plus. A demonstrated ability to think creatively and strategically is desired. A preference to work as a team player; and an ability to manage a large number of projects, working independently, with colleagues distributed globally; be available for occasional domestic travel.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-05-25

Corporate Counsel

Washington DC Corporate Counsel The candidate should have 4+ years of experience with a large national or regional law firm, trade association, corporation, or government agency. This person will report to the Director for Wireless Regulatory Affairs. Must be eager to learn and demonstrate energy and a need for achievement. Should have experience in the Federal or state wireless regulatory field, with experience in topics such as spectrum policy, FCC wireless licensing, auctions, wireless siting, Universal Service Fund, privacy, CALEA, numbering/porting, and/or 911/E911. Primary responsibilities fall into the following categories: Drafting filings for submission at the FCC or other agencies; Facilitating the company s compliance with applicable regulatory requirements; Reviewing and revising business documents; Working closely with our business teams to accomplish company goals; Improving legal processes and procedures; Assisting with other responsibilities as needed. Bachelors degree from a four-year college or university required. Licensed attorney with a J.D. from an accredited law school required. Law school class rank in the top 30% required. Detail-oriented, possess excellent writing, communication and organization skills, and be able to manage multiple simultaneous assignments required. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-05-23

Principal Associate General Counsel - Corporate

Washington DC Principal Associate General Counsel - Corporate The candidate will provide securities law advice, manage the securities filings, work on M&A and financing deals, and participate in policy advocacy on a wide range of securities law issues. Should have a JD degree from a top law school. Must have 6 years of experience advising public companies on the full range of corporate and securities law issues. Should have extensive experience in public company disclosure, financing and M&A transactions. Experience with debt financing transactions and corporate governance experience and international legal experience would also be useful. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-05-21

Lead Compliance Counsel

Washington DC Lead Compliance Counsel RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide strategic advice to internal clients in support of our compliance programs, focusing primarily on anti-corruption compliance, including compliance with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), as well as other compliance verticals such as trade, political activities, environmental, health and safety, and supply chain management. Collaborate cross-functionally with other teams (such as Legal, Finance, HR, Product, Purchasing) across the company to assess and mitigate compliance risks related to business initiatives and transactions. Assist in the implementation, management, and continuous improvement of company-wide compliance programs and initiatives. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes, controls, and training. Manage, conduct, and advise on third-party oversight and risk assessments. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD degree and membership in at least one U.S. state Bar. 5+ years of experience, either in-house and/or at a global law firm, advising clients on FCPA and other anti-corruption law-related risk and risk mitigation. Experience drafting and negotiating compliance contract provisions. Experience working with cross-functional teams. Experience conducting compliance-related investigations. PREFERRED: Experience working in-house or advising clients at telecommunications, internet, technology, and/or media companies. Experience with compliance-related due diligence for mergers, acquisitions, and equity investments. Experience advising on political activities, trade, environmental, health, safety, and supply chain management matters.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-05-20

Senior Director/Counsel, Global Privacy and Data Policy

Washington DC Senior Director/Counsel, Global Privacy and Data Policy Duties: In close partnership with the Corporate Vice President for Privacy and Regulatory Affairs, develop Microsoft's positions on privacy and data policy matters affecting business, customers, and the technology sector, and implement supporting advocacy strategies. Communicate to Microsoft leaders about privacy and data policy trends and their implications for business; and provide similar insights to customers and other stakeholders. Serve as one of primary advocates on privacy and data policy issues, including the evolution of privacy and data protection law, the policy infrastructure underlying global data flows, and the policy implications of data's central role in digital transformation. Engage with regulators, policymakers and other key stakeholders in the United States and around the world, to develop and advance Microsoft's privacy policies, and speak at public events and meetings with public and private sector leaders, often in close partnership with the Chief Privacy Officer and other Microsoft executives. Set and drive strategy for a distributed team of experienced policy professionals and provide focused and empathetic leadership as a people manager.

Qualifications: Advanced degree(s) in a relevant discipline, ideally law or public policy, is required. 10+ years of relevant experience that includes the development and execution of public policy strategies to address complex and rapidly evolving issues at the intersection of technology, law, ethics, and society. Highly developed written and oral communication skills. Proven experience in written communications is essential, with demonstrated experience in proactively advancing positions through high impact written communications and personal engagement in small and/or large group settings. Experience as an external presenter is also desirable. A proven track record of being able to engage and influence a variety of stakeholders, both within a company and externally. A key attribute will be the ability to work across multiple disciplines and cultures, since the privacy and data policy domains necessarily requires engagement with government agencies, technology companies, advocacy groups, and other relevant stakeholders around the globe. A strong record of being an effective team player dedicated to collective successes. The ability to promote cooperation and solve problems in a timely, creative, and professional manner. The ability to navigate ambiguity and adapt to rapidly changing environments and demands.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-05-18

Part time Family Attorney

Washington DC Part time Family Attorney The candidate will provide counseling services to users who need help or advice in the area of expertise. Must have an Active License. Should have Marital and Family Law Certification. Legal 0 - 0 Part_time 2020-05-07

Part time Immigration Attorney

Washington DC Part time Immigration Attorney The candidate will provide counseling services to users who need help or advice in the area of expertise. Should have JD degree. Should have 2+ years of U.S. business immigration law experience. Should have experience in strategic planning and preparation of H-1Bs, H-3s, L s, TN s, B-1s, E-3s, O-1s, PERM labor certifications, EB1-1, EB1-3, EB-2 and marriage-based green card cases. Should have experience including in-depth knowledge and counseling regarding F-1 and J-1 employment issues. Legal 2 - 0 Part_time 2020-05-07
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Assistant General Counsel, OGC
In-House,FINRA.
Location : Washington District of Columbia United States

Works efficiently and collaboratively with in-house business and technology personnel, primarily through the negotiation of transactions and contracts, but also when providing counsel on complex legal concepts relating to technology and intellec... + read more

may 29, 2020


Principal Counsel, Regulatory
In-House,FINRA.
Location : Washington District of Columbia United States

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Privacy Counsel
Refer job# HFBF150011
 
Privacy Counsel The candidate will have the opportunity to work with a dynamic and experienced team on privacy issues impacting business and products globally. You will work directly with business and engineering teams to design innovative privacy solutions for products as well as across the legal department on Apple activities and regulatory issues. Excellent academic credentials. Privacy experience as an associate at a top-tier law firm or business. In-house experience a plus. Excellent organizational and communication skills. Extraordinary written and verbal skills. Ability and commitment to work both independently and collaboratively with numerous people at all levels throughout the company. Sound business judgment, and flexibility/adaptability to handle multiple wide-ranging matters, conflicting deadlines, and new areas of expertise as business needs change. Demonstrated ability, in a positive, commercial and practical manner, to identify, prioritize and resolve issues quickly and effectively. Should have BA and JD 7- 10 year attorney with experience in privacy.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel - Litigation
Refer job# UGMJ149984
 
Counsel - Litigation The candidate will be managing both plaintiff-side and defendant-side litigation and dispute-oriented matters, including partnering with an in-house investigative team to identify and investigate suspected infringement and piracy, representing the company in communications and negotiations with dispute counter parties, and coordinating with outside counsel in cases referred for litigation. Will be collaborating with senior leadership to develop and implement policies and procedures for the prevention and identification of content theft. Managing the full spectrum of litigation matters, including content protection, intellectual property, contract, and other types of disputes. Managing litigation holds. coordinating discovery tasks. Assist with responses to government investigations, subpoenas, and other legal information requests. Advising company personnel, inside and outside the legal department, on various issues pertaining to potential litigation.

The candidate should have JD degree from accredited law school with excellent academics. Must be Licensed to practice in at least one jurisdiction. Willingness to apply to D.C. Bar, if not already licensed to practice in D.C. 5 years relevant litigation experience is required. Should have 2-3 years experience at a top law firm. Experience with or understanding of commercial real estate business is helpful. Excellent written and oral communication skills needed. Excellent analytical and negotiating skills required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel - Mergers And Acquisitions/securities
Refer job# GPOV149985
 
Associate General Counsel - Mergers and Acquisitions/Securities The candidate will manage and advise company personnel on strategic M&A transactions, primarily domestic but may also include international transactions, including leading diligence, negotiations and closings of transactions; Advise company personnel, inside and outside the legal department, on various issues pertaining to strategic transactions; Structure, draft and negotiate complex transaction agreements; Work closely with Corporate Development and various business units and manage internal and external deal processes; Manage the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including quarterly, annual and current reports, proxy statements, registration statements, and Section 16 filings; Work on general corporate matters, including board and board committee materials and general contract review; Review public facing materials, including press releases and road show materials.

The candidate must have excellent credentials, meticulous care for detail and accuracy, strong written and verbal communication skills, be ready to work independently but also as part of the in-house legal team, be ready to work in a deadline driven environment that is fast-paced and possess a practical and business-minded approach to solving business and legal problems. Should have JD from accredited law school with excellent academics. Licensed to practice in at least one jurisdiction. Willingness to apply to D.C. Bar, if not already licensed to practice in D.C. At least 6 years relevant experience at a top law firm. Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills, including ability to work collaboratively and effectively with business clients and other legal department members. Excellent analytical and negotiating skills. Strong project management skills, well organized, with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment and manage numerous projects simultaneously under deadline pressure. Experience with or understanding of commercial real estate business is helpful.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Regulatory Compliance Attorney
Refer job# UQXL149914
 
Regulatory Compliance Attorney The candidate With communications regulatory experience, ensure compliance with new and existing telecommunications and VoIP regulations. Analyze important policy issues that could shape the regulatory compliance of Company products and draft briefing papers to help our product teams understand the consequences of such compliance. As a newly authorized VoIP provider, identify and execute on all new and existing regulatory and policy initiatives; Help to foster a light regulatory environment allowing Company to offer innovative services with the least oversight. Ensure Company is meeting and exceeding requirements to be a trusted communications provider; Recommend and advance law and policy that will foster greater compliance opportunities; take responsibilities and accountability of your work. Advance Company's regulatory and policy needs to allow Company's business units to succeed; Cross-functionally collaborate with different teams throughout the company to further Company's business objectives. Exercise appropriate judgment and discretion in evaluating opportunities, conducting due diligence, and negotiating agreement terms; Be honest and direct. Ensure the company's compliance efforts are directed at addressing the most pressing regulatory issue that have a direct impact on Company's business.

The candidate should have 5+ years experience in communication compliance work. Strong preference for someone who has worked at the FCC or with prior experience in a corporate compliance role. Regulatory compliance counsel experience is needed. Should have a deep understanding about both wireless and wireline communications statutory and regulatory requirements. Excellent written and oral communications skills is needed Partner closely with Company's Super Network team to identify, analyze and address regulatory and compliance issues related to the expansion of Company's business.A sophisticated understanding of the U.S. communications ecosystem, including VoIP, common carrier, and private carrier regulation. In depth experience with telecommunications compliance obligations, including USF, E911, CALEA, disability access, and CPNI. Preference for some familiarity with technology policy issues and how those policies intersect with telecommunication policies. Experience with implementing unique strategies to address changes in the telecommunications regulatory environment. Previous experience in a technology or communications company preferred. Previous experience working through trade associations and directing outside consultants to achieve a company's policy goals a plus. A demonstrated ability to think creatively and strategically is desired. A preference to work as a team player; and an ability to manage a large number of projects, working independently, with colleagues distributed globally; be available for occasional domestic travel.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FNLD149896
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate should have 4+ years of experience with a large national or regional law firm, trade association, corporation, or government agency. This person will report to the Director for Wireless Regulatory Affairs. Must be eager to learn and demonstrate energy and a need for achievement. Should have experience in the Federal or state wireless regulatory field, with experience in topics such as spectrum policy, FCC wireless licensing, auctions, wireless siting, Universal Service Fund, privacy, CALEA, numbering/porting, and/or 911/E911. Primary responsibilities fall into the following categories: Drafting filings for submission at the FCC or other agencies; Facilitating the company s compliance with applicable regulatory requirements; Reviewing and revising business documents; Working closely with our business teams to accomplish company goals; Improving legal processes and procedures; Assisting with other responsibilities as needed. Bachelors degree from a four-year college or university required. Licensed attorney with a J.D. from an accredited law school required. Law school class rank in the top 30% required. Detail-oriented, possess excellent writing, communication and organization skills, and be able to manage multiple simultaneous assignments required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Principal Associate General Counsel - Corporate
Refer job# BXOH149868
 
Principal Associate General Counsel - Corporate The candidate will provide securities law advice, manage the securities filings, work on M&A and financing deals, and participate in policy advocacy on a wide range of securities law issues. Should have a JD degree from a top law school. Must have 6 years of experience advising public companies on the full range of corporate and securities law issues. Should have extensive experience in public company disclosure, financing and M&A transactions. Experience with debt financing transactions and corporate governance experience and international legal experience would also be useful.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Lead Compliance Counsel
Refer job# BYHA149837
 
Lead Compliance Counsel RESPONSIBILITIES: Provide strategic advice to internal clients in support of our compliance programs, focusing primarily on anti-corruption compliance, including compliance with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), as well as other compliance verticals such as trade, political activities, environmental, health and safety, and supply chain management. Collaborate cross-functionally with other teams (such as Legal, Finance, HR, Product, Purchasing) across the company to assess and mitigate compliance risks related to business initiatives and transactions. Assist in the implementation, management, and continuous improvement of company-wide compliance programs and initiatives. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes, controls, and training. Manage, conduct, and advise on third-party oversight and risk assessments. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD degree and membership in at least one U.S. state Bar. 5+ years of experience, either in-house and/or at a global law firm, advising clients on FCPA and other anti-corruption law-related risk and risk mitigation. Experience drafting and negotiating compliance contract provisions. Experience working with cross-functional teams. Experience conducting compliance-related investigations. PREFERRED: Experience working in-house or advising clients at telecommunications, internet, technology, and/or media companies. Experience with compliance-related due diligence for mergers, acquisitions, and equity investments. Experience advising on political activities, trade, environmental, health, safety, and supply chain management matters.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Director/Counsel, Global Privacy and Data Policy
Refer job# TTYN149812
 
Senior Director/Counsel, Global Privacy and Data Policy Duties: In close partnership with the Corporate Vice President for Privacy and Regulatory Affairs, develop Microsoft's positions on privacy and data policy matters affecting business, customers, and the technology sector, and implement supporting advocacy strategies. Communicate to Microsoft leaders about privacy and data policy trends and their implications for business; and provide similar insights to customers and other stakeholders. Serve as one of primary advocates on privacy and data policy issues, including the evolution of privacy and data protection law, the policy infrastructure underlying global data flows, and the policy implications of data's central role in digital transformation. Engage with regulators, policymakers and other key stakeholders in the United States and around the world, to develop and advance Microsoft's privacy policies, and speak at public events and meetings with public and private sector leaders, often in close partnership with the Chief Privacy Officer and other Microsoft executives. Set and drive strategy for a distributed team of experienced policy professionals and provide focused and empathetic leadership as a people manager.

Qualifications: Advanced degree(s) in a relevant discipline, ideally law or public policy, is required. 10+ years of relevant experience that includes the development and execution of public policy strategies to address complex and rapidly evolving issues at the intersection of technology, law, ethics, and society. Highly developed written and oral communication skills. Proven experience in written communications is essential, with demonstrated experience in proactively advancing positions through high impact written communications and personal engagement in small and/or large group settings. Experience as an external presenter is also desirable. A proven track record of being able to engage and influence a variety of stakeholders, both within a company and externally. A key attribute will be the ability to work across multiple disciplines and cultures, since the privacy and data policy domains necessarily requires engagement with government agencies, technology companies, advocacy groups, and other relevant stakeholders around the globe. A strong record of being an effective team player dedicated to collective successes. The ability to promote cooperation and solve problems in a timely, creative, and professional manner. The ability to navigate ambiguity and adapt to rapidly changing environments and demands.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Part time Family Attorney
Refer job# BYSB149658
 
Part time Family Attorney The candidate will provide counseling services to users who need help or advice in the area of expertise. Must have an Active License. Should have Marital and Family Law Certification.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Part time Immigration Attorney
Refer job# AFZM149660
 
Part time Immigration Attorney The candidate will provide counseling services to users who need help or advice in the area of expertise. Should have JD degree. Should have 2+ years of U.S. business immigration law experience. Should have experience in strategic planning and preparation of H-1Bs, H-3s, L s, TN s, B-1s, E-3s, O-1s, PERM labor certifications, EB1-1, EB1-3, EB-2 and marriage-based green card cases. Should have experience including in-depth knowledge and counseling regarding F-1 and J-1 employment issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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