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Counsel, Corporate Transactions

Washington DC Counsel, Corporate Transactions Duties: The candidate will serve as a legal subject matter expert on strategic corporate and M&A transactions, including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating transaction documents. Lead legal due diligence activities and advise on structuring, antitrust and other compliance matters. Partner with cross-functional teams to support corporate development initiatives, transactions, and integrations. Draft and negotiate contracts, including confidentiality, vendor, and partnership agreements. Coordinate and oversee the work of external counsel. Assist with the Company's securities offerings and financial transactions. Support the treasury function, including advising on compliance with debt covenants. Support the corporate secretarial function, including assisting with the preparation of board and committee materials. Assist with regulatory and compliance matters, including developing, implementing, and leading training on policies. Stay current on trends, legal developments, and best practices. Work on other corporate transactional and governance matters, as needed.

Required Qualifications: A J.D. degree from a top-tier law school in the United States and licensed to practice law in good standing in at least one state in the United States. Should have 5 years of experience in M&A, transactional, and/or capital markets practice. Prior experience working as a corporate transactional attorney at a reputable law firm or in an in-house corporate legal department at a public or late-stage private company. Excellent academic credentials. Preferred Qualifications: Experience working at or advising on corporate transactions for technology companies. Experience supporting corporate finance activities. Demonstrated knowledge of, and ability to navigate, complex legal and regulatory compliance issues, including securities laws. Team player who is also able to self-start and work independently. Deal/negotiation experience is essential. Positive, problem-solving, business-focused attitude with good judgment and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, on schedule, and without compromising ethics or integrity. Track record of establishing strong working relationships with internal/external business clients, including senior leaders, and within the legal department. Excellent organizational, project management, problem-solving and communication skills, with strong attention to detail. The high degree of professionalism and discretion in handling confidential legal matters.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-20

Corporate Counsel

Washington DC Corporate Counsel, CoStar The candidate will draft, modify and negotiate a variety of sales/revenue and vendor contracts and addenda. Intake and workflow management of staff and customer requests. Create and distribute template agreements or addenda for broader company use. Review and complete requests for proposals and customer/vendor questionnaires. Assist with compliance related to various laws and regulations. Perform legal research and writing. Assist with general corporate legal matters, including special projects relating to M&A, product advancement, piracy, and regulatory compliance matters. Should have JD degree, admission into at least one state Bar, active and in good standing. Should preferably have 5-7 years of experience, some in-house experience. Experience with, or understanding of, commercial real estate will be considered helpful. Must have excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, with the ability to be flexible and adapt to frequently changing workloads and responsibilities. Must have excellent writing, analytical, and communication skills. Must have initiative, be able to act decisively, work independently and exercise good judgment. Must have an acute attention to detail. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2022-05-20

Corporate Counsel

Washington DC Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, review, revise, and negotiate complex commercial agreements, to enable customer success and meet Cisco goals. Support the development of new products, including drafting license entitlements and other offer terms, assessing open-source licenses, and analyzing privacy and security implications. Develop close working relationships with the sales, engineering, operations, finance, and legal teams bringing our products to market, as well as a deep understanding of our go-to-market strategies, business processes, and product offerings. Become adept at quickly making sound legal judgments to facilitate nimble business execution. Manage legal requests from multiple internal clients, with the ability to prioritize. Respond promptly to requests from internal clients. Summarize and communicate legal issues in plain English. Assist in the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and the legal playbook, and be a phenomenal teammate, willing to pitch in and assist wherever needed. Should have a Bar admission in any US jurisdiction with good standing, and 6+ years of relevant experience at a law firm and/or in-house (the ideal candidate will have both law firm and in-house experience). Experience and familiarity with data privacy such as GDPR, CCPA, and other privacy laws, as well as as-a-service offerings. CIPP/E certification is a plus. Experience supporting complex transactions in a software business. Exceptional contract negotiation and drafting skills, with the ability to discuss complex issues in a clear and simple manner both in writing and orally, are a plus. Experience supporting product development in the software business is preferred. Deep knowledge of applicable law, focused attention to detail, and ability to work independently. Strong organizational and social skills and desire to make legal processes more efficient. Excellent business judgment, advocating for acceptable legal risk to enable business outcomes. Customer and client-centric approach, demonstrating respect and a positive attitude under all circumstances. Strong leadership skills, wanting to supply to a team culture focused on shared success. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-20

Senior Counsel, Ai, Privacy And Security

Washington DC Senior Counsel, AI, Privacy and Security The candidate will keep privacy knowledge and skills sharp in a rapidly and constantly evolving landscape of privacy regulations in key markets throughout the world. Maintain and support privacy compliance throughout the company worldwide. Promote ethical frameworks for data governance and artificial intelligence. Assist with security audits and certifications. Manage Data Subject Request processes. Maintain privacy policies. Conduct privacy training and awareness campaigns for new and existing employees. Review customer and vendor contracts for data protection compliance including GDPR and LGPD Data Processing Addenda, Standard Contractual Clauses, CCPA Service Provider Agreements, and HIPAA Business Associate Agreements. Contribute to designing effective privacy and security program strategies and processes. Assist with risk assessments, privacy impact assessments, transfer impact assessments, and mitigation planning. Support cybersecurity event investigation, response, and notification if needed. Maintain deep familiarity with's services, products, and business. Monitor global regulatory developments affecting applied AI companies. Coordinate with other teams throughout the company with including Information Security, Compliance, Sales, Data and AI Strategy, Product and Engineering, and People. Communicate with counterparts at current and prospective customers, partners, and vendors to address DPIAs or other data protection questions and client assurance. Supervise outside counsel for worldwide data privacy and AI regulatory support when needed.

The candidate should have 7+ years of privacy experience, including at least one role in a mid-size technology company with demonstrated excellence for similar privacy and/or security responsibilities. At least one privacy certification such as CIPP/US, CIPP/E, and/or CIPP/M is strongly preferred. Deep subject matter expertise with worldwide data protection regulations including GDPR, CCPA/CPRA, LGPD, and HIPAA. Working knowledge of standard security frameworks such as ISO 27001, ISO 27701, and HITRUST. A J.D. from an accredited law school and member in good standing of at least one US state or district bar. Undergraduate and/or graduate degrees in computer science, data science, or similar fields are preferred. Lifelong learner, analytical, organized, creative at problem-solving, and passionate about technology and data. Experience working collaboratively with cross-functional teams and ability to communicate effectively with all levels of an organization. Excellent judgment, including in handling of sensitive and confidential information and high ethical standards with commitment to integrity and discretion. Collegial teammate with exceptional interpersonal skills and comfortable in multi-cultural environment with a global legal team, workforce, and client base.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-16

Associate General Counsel, Litigation

Washington DC Associate General Counsel, Litigation Responsibilities: The candidate will manage and drive strategy for a variety of high-profile litigation and pre-litigation matters, including regulatory litigation, consumer class actions, antitrust, constitutional, commercial disputes, and other content-related matters. Collaborate with and manage outside counsel. Advise cross-functional teams on litigation strategy and risks. Coordinate and actively participate in internal discovery activities in partnership with our world-class eDiscovery team. Develop creative approaches to managing legal risks and resolving disputes.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. state Bar. Must have 8+ years of litigation experience at a law firm, government, and/or in-house role. Experience defending litigation with state and federal regulators. Experience managing multiple high-priority projects simultaneously. Experience working with technology companies is preferred. Experience working with cross-functional teams, both legal and non-legal is desired. Trial and appellate experience is preferred.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-14

Counsel, Corporate and Business Development

Washington DC Counsel, Corporate and Business Development Duties: The candidate will lead drafting and negotiations, structuring and counseling on transactions (including mergers and acquisitions, strategic equity investments, strategic divestitures, global licenses, collaborations and partnerships and other transactions). Will identify and resolve critical legal issues and identify and help resolve critical business issues arising from transactions. Oversee and manage the legal due diligence process. Partner with Corporate Development and Business Development clients to ensure strategic alignment in all transactions, escalating matters as appropriate with the judgment to understand when escalation is necessary. Manage business relationships and counsel business clients across a broad sphere of influence, internally and externally, on transaction and strategic issues pertaining to strategic alliance partnerships and collaborations. Contribute to highly collaborative culture with effective relationships with peers in the legal department as well as other key functions. As appropriate, manage and organize antitrust approvals and negotiations with antitrust authorities and regulators.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a Law degree from a recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license is required. Must have 5+ years of legal M&A, licensing and/or collaboration transactional experience. Experience drafting and negotiating complex transaction agreements. Experience in bio-pharmaceutical or life-sciences industry transactions preferred. Understanding of bio-pharmaceutical/life-sciences industry. Has excellent interpersonal skills and can manage internal client expectations and can work/operate well with a variety of personalities/capabilities in cross-functional teams, matrix environment. Must have high integrity, ability to assess risk, ability to make decisions and think strategically while applying knowledge of applicable legal issues. Excellent verbal and writing skills and business judgment are required. Ability to communicate effectively with management and senior management personnel. Ability to train and develop the other members of the team. Ability to work independently, effectively and efficiently and perform against broad objectives.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-14

Lead Counsel, Privacy

Washington DC Lead Counsel, Privacy The candidate will manage and advise on global privacy program, including developing and improving privacy frameworks and processes to ensure obligations under the program. Support product lawyers in evaluating the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on new and existing products and features. Develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and protection laws and advise the impact of the same on business. Support members of the Legal, Partnerships, Policy and Privacy teams on privacy and security-related legal matters, including in areas related to product development, partnerships, integrations, and other business development opportunities. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across services and companies. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across the business including Policy, Legal, Communications, Security, and other departments. Develop a regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiatives. Support privacy for commercial deals and work cross-functionally on all deal-related matters for affiliates.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Should have 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, privacy programs and industry guidelines. Experience with litigation, regulatory, or product counseling. Technical or engineering experience is preferred. Demonstrated experience in privacy and data issues arising in one or more private areas such as data sharing, security, advertising, products or privacy program implementation/management is preferred. Commercial deal experience is preferred. Experience using business judgment and with client counseling is preferred. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment are preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-12

Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs Risks & Controls

Washington DC Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs - Risks & Controls The candidate will provide legal and compliance program advice on the development, improvement, and maintenance of risk management programs including controls and associated processes, policies, and documents across risk areas. Support and advise cross-functional partners who deliver run state risk management programs, including via risk management forum leadership. Drive compliance program remediations and improvements identified as a result of internal and external program assessments, investigations, issue management programs and audits. Collaborate with Legal Risk Management, Finance and others to develop data-driven strategies across risk areas and deliver trend analyses and insights that improve the compliance program and internal controls. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives, as needed.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. Should have 8+ years of experience counseling compliance programs, with 2+ years in a compliance-related practice in-house. Experience providing programmatic legal and compliance guidance across a variety of legal issues and risk areas (e.g., privacy, anti-corruption, political activities, trade) to business stakeholders. Experience advising on, designing, implementing, or assessing processes and controls intended to facilitate regulatory compliance and achieve an effective compliance program. Adept at delivering practical advice under pressure and prioritizing work. Interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems. In-house experience at internet or technology companies is preferred. Experience advising enterprise risk management functions is preferred. Experience and comfort working with data, including measuring program performance and effectiveness, informing priorities and delivering insights to stakeholders is preferred. Experience working with or in support of diverse communities is preferred.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-12

Legal Counsel - Us Government

Washington DC Legal Counsel - US Government Responsibilities: Understand relationship with its US government customers and provide advice and counsel in support of business goals. Draft and negotiate contracts and license agreements. Advise on product development issues, compliance, intellectual property rights, data privacy, conflicts of interest, and more. Develop and implement strategies to manage and resolve government inquiries. Exercise initiative and creativity in solving challenges.

Qualifications: JD Degree and 4+ years of firm, in-house, or government experience (a combination is even better). Experience with government contracting, software licensing, or compliance. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Strong analytical and writing skills. Demonstrated ability to propose creative solutions to novel issues. Strong organizational skills with an ability to multitask in a rapidly changing environment. Passion for cutting edge technology and working on complex public policy challenges.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-09

Lead Counsel I, Antitrust Compliance

Washington DC Lead Counsel I, Antitrust Compliance Duties: Leading the continued development and implementation of the Company's Global Antitrust Compliance Program for the businesses within the US. Providing day-to-day antitrust counseling to legal and business colleagues across the company. Actively participating as a member of the global team of antitrust subject matter experts. Staying apprised of relevant legal, policy and judicial developments in order to identify emerging or changing risks, and translating those developments into meaningful learnings for the compliance program and other internal stakeholders. Engaging with regulators and partnering with the Company's Government Affairs and Public Policy team to help develop the company's policy and strategy for antitrust and competition matters.

Minimum Qualifications: Law Degree from an Accredited Law School. License to practice law in at least one state. 6+ years of experience in law. 2+ years of experience leading cross-functional teams. Preferred Qualifications: 7+ years of experience working as an Antitrust subject matter expert in compliance and counseling matters. Experience in working at the DOJ, FTC, a State AG Office, or a multinational company. Experience in consumer retail, e-commerce and/or consumer product environments. Ability to partner with and influence business leaders.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-09
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Assistant General Counsel
In-House,John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Location : Washington District of Columbia United States

The Assistant General Counsel I position is located in the Office of General Counsel (OGC), Office of the President, Kennedy Center. The purpose of this position is to provide professional legal advice and services to the General Counsel, appropriate... + read more

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Counsel, Corporate Transactions
Refer job# NPMO168136
 
Counsel, Corporate Transactions Duties: The candidate will serve as a legal subject matter expert on strategic corporate and M&A transactions, including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating transaction documents. Lead legal due diligence activities and advise on structuring, antitrust and other compliance matters. Partner with cross-functional teams to support corporate development initiatives, transactions, and integrations. Draft and negotiate contracts, including confidentiality, vendor, and partnership agreements. Coordinate and oversee the work of external counsel. Assist with the Company's securities offerings and financial transactions. Support the treasury function, including advising on compliance with debt covenants. Support the corporate secretarial function, including assisting with the preparation of board and committee materials. Assist with regulatory and compliance matters, including developing, implementing, and leading training on policies. Stay current on trends, legal developments, and best practices. Work on other corporate transactional and governance matters, as needed.

Required Qualifications: A J.D. degree from a top-tier law school in the United States and licensed to practice law in good standing in at least one state in the United States. Should have 5 years of experience in M&A, transactional, and/or capital markets practice. Prior experience working as a corporate transactional attorney at a reputable law firm or in an in-house corporate legal department at a public or late-stage private company. Excellent academic credentials. Preferred Qualifications: Experience working at or advising on corporate transactions for technology companies. Experience supporting corporate finance activities. Demonstrated knowledge of, and ability to navigate, complex legal and regulatory compliance issues, including securities laws. Team player who is also able to self-start and work independently. Deal/negotiation experience is essential. Positive, problem-solving, business-focused attitude with good judgment and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, on schedule, and without compromising ethics or integrity. Track record of establishing strong working relationships with internal/external business clients, including senior leaders, and within the legal department. Excellent organizational, project management, problem-solving and communication skills, with strong attention to detail. The high degree of professionalism and discretion in handling confidential legal matters.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SQMR168147
 
Corporate Counsel, CoStar The candidate will draft, modify and negotiate a variety of sales/revenue and vendor contracts and addenda. Intake and workflow management of staff and customer requests. Create and distribute template agreements or addenda for broader company use. Review and complete requests for proposals and customer/vendor questionnaires. Assist with compliance related to various laws and regulations. Perform legal research and writing. Assist with general corporate legal matters, including special projects relating to M&A, product advancement, piracy, and regulatory compliance matters. Should have JD degree, admission into at least one state Bar, active and in good standing. Should preferably have 5-7 years of experience, some in-house experience. Experience with, or understanding of, commercial real estate will be considered helpful. Must have excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, with the ability to be flexible and adapt to frequently changing workloads and responsibilities. Must have excellent writing, analytical, and communication skills. Must have initiative, be able to act decisively, work independently and exercise good judgment. Must have an acute attention to detail.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CVHF168150
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, review, revise, and negotiate complex commercial agreements, to enable customer success and meet Cisco goals. Support the development of new products, including drafting license entitlements and other offer terms, assessing open-source licenses, and analyzing privacy and security implications. Develop close working relationships with the sales, engineering, operations, finance, and legal teams bringing our products to market, as well as a deep understanding of our go-to-market strategies, business processes, and product offerings. Become adept at quickly making sound legal judgments to facilitate nimble business execution. Manage legal requests from multiple internal clients, with the ability to prioritize. Respond promptly to requests from internal clients. Summarize and communicate legal issues in plain English. Assist in the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and the legal playbook, and be a phenomenal teammate, willing to pitch in and assist wherever needed. Should have a Bar admission in any US jurisdiction with good standing, and 6+ years of relevant experience at a law firm and/or in-house (the ideal candidate will have both law firm and in-house experience). Experience and familiarity with data privacy such as GDPR, CCPA, and other privacy laws, as well as as-a-service offerings. CIPP/E certification is a plus. Experience supporting complex transactions in a software business. Exceptional contract negotiation and drafting skills, with the ability to discuss complex issues in a clear and simple manner both in writing and orally, are a plus. Experience supporting product development in the software business is preferred. Deep knowledge of applicable law, focused attention to detail, and ability to work independently. Strong organizational and social skills and desire to make legal processes more efficient. Excellent business judgment, advocating for acceptable legal risk to enable business outcomes. Customer and client-centric approach, demonstrating respect and a positive attitude under all circumstances. Strong leadership skills, wanting to supply to a team culture focused on shared success.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Counsel, Ai, Privacy And Security
Refer job# KOEH168058
 
Senior Counsel, AI, Privacy and Security The candidate will keep privacy knowledge and skills sharp in a rapidly and constantly evolving landscape of privacy regulations in key markets throughout the world. Maintain and support privacy compliance throughout the company worldwide. Promote ethical frameworks for data governance and artificial intelligence. Assist with security audits and certifications. Manage Data Subject Request processes. Maintain privacy policies. Conduct privacy training and awareness campaigns for new and existing employees. Review customer and vendor contracts for data protection compliance including GDPR and LGPD Data Processing Addenda, Standard Contractual Clauses, CCPA Service Provider Agreements, and HIPAA Business Associate Agreements. Contribute to designing effective privacy and security program strategies and processes. Assist with risk assessments, privacy impact assessments, transfer impact assessments, and mitigation planning. Support cybersecurity event investigation, response, and notification if needed. Maintain deep familiarity with's services, products, and business. Monitor global regulatory developments affecting applied AI companies. Coordinate with other teams throughout the company with including Information Security, Compliance, Sales, Data and AI Strategy, Product and Engineering, and People. Communicate with counterparts at current and prospective customers, partners, and vendors to address DPIAs or other data protection questions and client assurance. Supervise outside counsel for worldwide data privacy and AI regulatory support when needed.

The candidate should have 7+ years of privacy experience, including at least one role in a mid-size technology company with demonstrated excellence for similar privacy and/or security responsibilities. At least one privacy certification such as CIPP/US, CIPP/E, and/or CIPP/M is strongly preferred. Deep subject matter expertise with worldwide data protection regulations including GDPR, CCPA/CPRA, LGPD, and HIPAA. Working knowledge of standard security frameworks such as ISO 27001, ISO 27701, and HITRUST. A J.D. from an accredited law school and member in good standing of at least one US state or district bar. Undergraduate and/or graduate degrees in computer science, data science, or similar fields are preferred. Lifelong learner, analytical, organized, creative at problem-solving, and passionate about technology and data. Experience working collaboratively with cross-functional teams and ability to communicate effectively with all levels of an organization. Excellent judgment, including in handling of sensitive and confidential information and high ethical standards with commitment to integrity and discretion. Collegial teammate with exceptional interpersonal skills and comfortable in multi-cultural environment with a global legal team, workforce, and client base.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel, Litigation
Refer job# HQJY168046
 
Associate General Counsel, Litigation Responsibilities: The candidate will manage and drive strategy for a variety of high-profile litigation and pre-litigation matters, including regulatory litigation, consumer class actions, antitrust, constitutional, commercial disputes, and other content-related matters. Collaborate with and manage outside counsel. Advise cross-functional teams on litigation strategy and risks. Coordinate and actively participate in internal discovery activities in partnership with our world-class eDiscovery team. Develop creative approaches to managing legal risks and resolving disputes.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. state Bar. Must have 8+ years of litigation experience at a law firm, government, and/or in-house role. Experience defending litigation with state and federal regulators. Experience managing multiple high-priority projects simultaneously. Experience working with technology companies is preferred. Experience working with cross-functional teams, both legal and non-legal is desired. Trial and appellate experience is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel, Corporate and Business Development
Refer job# RTPM168056
 
Counsel, Corporate and Business Development Duties: The candidate will lead drafting and negotiations, structuring and counseling on transactions (including mergers and acquisitions, strategic equity investments, strategic divestitures, global licenses, collaborations and partnerships and other transactions). Will identify and resolve critical legal issues and identify and help resolve critical business issues arising from transactions. Oversee and manage the legal due diligence process. Partner with Corporate Development and Business Development clients to ensure strategic alignment in all transactions, escalating matters as appropriate with the judgment to understand when escalation is necessary. Manage business relationships and counsel business clients across a broad sphere of influence, internally and externally, on transaction and strategic issues pertaining to strategic alliance partnerships and collaborations. Contribute to highly collaborative culture with effective relationships with peers in the legal department as well as other key functions. As appropriate, manage and organize antitrust approvals and negotiations with antitrust authorities and regulators.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a Law degree from a recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license is required. Must have 5+ years of legal M&A, licensing and/or collaboration transactional experience. Experience drafting and negotiating complex transaction agreements. Experience in bio-pharmaceutical or life-sciences industry transactions preferred. Understanding of bio-pharmaceutical/life-sciences industry. Has excellent interpersonal skills and can manage internal client expectations and can work/operate well with a variety of personalities/capabilities in cross-functional teams, matrix environment. Must have high integrity, ability to assess risk, ability to make decisions and think strategically while applying knowledge of applicable legal issues. Excellent verbal and writing skills and business judgment are required. Ability to communicate effectively with management and senior management personnel. Ability to train and develop the other members of the team. Ability to work independently, effectively and efficiently and perform against broad objectives.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# SHVQ167983
 
Lead Counsel, Privacy The candidate will manage and advise on global privacy program, including developing and improving privacy frameworks and processes to ensure obligations under the program. Support product lawyers in evaluating the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on new and existing products and features. Develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and protection laws and advise the impact of the same on business. Support members of the Legal, Partnerships, Policy and Privacy teams on privacy and security-related legal matters, including in areas related to product development, partnerships, integrations, and other business development opportunities. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across services and companies. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across the business including Policy, Legal, Communications, Security, and other departments. Develop a regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiatives. Support privacy for commercial deals and work cross-functionally on all deal-related matters for affiliates.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Should have 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, privacy programs and industry guidelines. Experience with litigation, regulatory, or product counseling. Technical or engineering experience is preferred. Demonstrated experience in privacy and data issues arising in one or more private areas such as data sharing, security, advertising, products or privacy program implementation/management is preferred. Commercial deal experience is preferred. Experience using business judgment and with client counseling is preferred. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment are preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs Risks & Controls
Refer job# BNTR167991
 
Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs - Risks & Controls The candidate will provide legal and compliance program advice on the development, improvement, and maintenance of risk management programs including controls and associated processes, policies, and documents across risk areas. Support and advise cross-functional partners who deliver run state risk management programs, including via risk management forum leadership. Drive compliance program remediations and improvements identified as a result of internal and external program assessments, investigations, issue management programs and audits. Collaborate with Legal Risk Management, Finance and others to develop data-driven strategies across risk areas and deliver trend analyses and insights that improve the compliance program and internal controls. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives, as needed.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. Should have 8+ years of experience counseling compliance programs, with 2+ years in a compliance-related practice in-house. Experience providing programmatic legal and compliance guidance across a variety of legal issues and risk areas (e.g., privacy, anti-corruption, political activities, trade) to business stakeholders. Experience advising on, designing, implementing, or assessing processes and controls intended to facilitate regulatory compliance and achieve an effective compliance program. Adept at delivering practical advice under pressure and prioritizing work. Interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems. In-house experience at internet or technology companies is preferred. Experience advising enterprise risk management functions is preferred. Experience and comfort working with data, including measuring program performance and effectiveness, informing priorities and delivering insights to stakeholders is preferred. Experience working with or in support of diverse communities is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal Counsel - Us Government
Refer job# CDYZ167954
 
Legal Counsel - US Government Responsibilities: Understand relationship with its US government customers and provide advice and counsel in support of business goals. Draft and negotiate contracts and license agreements. Advise on product development issues, compliance, intellectual property rights, data privacy, conflicts of interest, and more. Develop and implement strategies to manage and resolve government inquiries. Exercise initiative and creativity in solving challenges.

Qualifications: JD Degree and 4+ years of firm, in-house, or government experience (a combination is even better). Experience with government contracting, software licensing, or compliance. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Strong analytical and writing skills. Demonstrated ability to propose creative solutions to novel issues. Strong organizational skills with an ability to multitask in a rapidly changing environment. Passion for cutting edge technology and working on complex public policy challenges.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Lead Counsel I, Antitrust Compliance
Refer job# MURM167958
 
Lead Counsel I, Antitrust Compliance Duties: Leading the continued development and implementation of the Company's Global Antitrust Compliance Program for the businesses within the US. Providing day-to-day antitrust counseling to legal and business colleagues across the company. Actively participating as a member of the global team of antitrust subject matter experts. Staying apprised of relevant legal, policy and judicial developments in order to identify emerging or changing risks, and translating those developments into meaningful learnings for the compliance program and other internal stakeholders. Engaging with regulators and partnering with the Company's Government Affairs and Public Policy team to help develop the company's policy and strategy for antitrust and competition matters.

Minimum Qualifications: Law Degree from an Accredited Law School. License to practice law in at least one state. 6+ years of experience in law. 2+ years of experience leading cross-functional teams. Preferred Qualifications: 7+ years of experience working as an Antitrust subject matter expert in compliance and counseling matters. Experience in working at the DOJ, FTC, a State AG Office, or a multinational company. Experience in consumer retail, e-commerce and/or consumer product environments. Ability to partner with and influence business leaders.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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Location: USA-AL-Birmingham

Birmingham office of a **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Top Ranked Law Firm seeks financial services associate attorney with 2-4 years of commercial real estate experience. The candidate should prefera...


Location: USA-AL-Birmingham

Birmingham office of our client seeks a litigation attorney with 2-5 years worth of experience in Family and Domestic Relations Law. The candidate will attend court hearings or other legal proceedings...


 

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