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Corporate Counsel

Washington DC Corporate Counsel Duties: Advise and drive process on all legal aspects of strategic and corporate finance transactions, including structuring and negotiating key transaction documents, managing due diligence, drafting offering documents and preparing securities filings. Support various efforts related to corporate development, corporate governance, investor relations, and public company readiness. Design and implement corporate policies, procedures and controls required for private and/or public company compliance. Prepare resolutions, presentations and other materials for Board of Directors and Committee meetings and advise leadership on corporate governance requirements and best practices. Manage corporate structure and assist with subsidiary governance and international expansion. Help build a best-in-class corporate and securities function that can ultimately operate in a public company setting. Answer questions and offer legal advice on a wide range of issues, projects, and initiatives across the company, including in non-corporate areas such as equity, executive compensation, commercial, and product. Exercise initiative and creativity in solving challenges and accomplishing business goals. Work with leadership to drive strategic business and legal initiatives across the company. Support ad hoc legal requests of almost every size and type. Champion, role model, and embed cultural principles (Obsess Over the Customer, Build for the Long Term, Growth Mindset) as we scale globally and across new offices.

Requirements: Attorney in good standing in the United States. 5+ years of strong M&A, venture capital/investments, securities compliance, and general corporate experience, including experience leading complex transactions. Excellent communicator, project manager, and team player. Highly proactive self-starter who consistently delivers. Adaptable and flexible, with a growth mindset and desire to work on a variety of matters. Aptitude for maintaining strong working cross-functional relationships. A practical, creative and proactive problem-solver who possesses strong business acumen and is confident, mature, and calm under fire. An ideal candidate also has:. A combination of law firm and in-house general corporate experience, including extensive experience in securities compliance (in particular, SEC and stock exchange compliance, as well as ?34 Act and Section 16 reporting) and corporate governance at a high-growth public company.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-10-23

Senior Corporate Counsel

Washington DC Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will support global sell-to and sell-through contract activities with the company's Telco customers and partners, working with sales leadership and a global team of attorneys and contract managers in the company's Commercial Legal Group. Will collaborate with channel and go-to-market teams to help design, augment and streamline the company's partner programs and develop templates, playbooks and related guidance. Provide expert, pragmatic advice to the company's sales teams, business units, and other stakeholders on go-to-market strategy, current and potential legal and commercial issues, industry specific requirements, and transactional guidance. Draft, review, and negotiate a broad range of commercial agreements with Telcos (and assist, support and mentor other negotiators who do so), including cloud/software-as-a-service, software licensing, professional services, data privacy, channels partner and various route-to-market agreements; leading and/or managing complex, ground-breaking and high value transactions. Monitor and proactively address changing regulations, industry and market trends. Effectively work with a variety of business, finance and legal stakeholders to develop and implement practices that support innovation and growth while maintaining appropriate commercial risk. Develop various enablement and training materials for VMware stakeholders, including sales/business units and legal colleagues, focusing on the specific industry standards, contracting requirements, trends, and developments. Drive and/or assist with various legal department projects that support the legal department goals, including the company's transition to a cloud services company, as well as efforts to develop, implement and enhance processes that improve transaction velocity and scaling without material increases in risk. Act as a fiduciary for the company, driving compliance in day-to-day sales activities, including providing training and counseling to sales professionals and coordinating with other groups within the company's Legal Department on compliance matters. Should have a J.D. degree from an accredited US law school and be a member of a State Bar and in good standing. Must have 12+ years of transactional legal experience with a large law firm and/or in a fast-paced corporate legal group for an enterprise technology company, Telco or similar. Experience contracting with significant Telcos, both as a vendor and as a partner is required. Experience in SaaS transactions with enterprise customers is needed. US and global telecommunications/communications service provider regulatory compliance experience are highly valued. Intellectual Property experience and expertise is preferred. Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2021-10-23

Senior Counsel, Corporate

Washington DC Senior Counsel, Corporate Duties: Assist with corporate governance matters, including support in connection with preparations for Board of Directors, Board Committees, and shareholder meetings. Support the M&A Legal and corporate development team in transaction execution and integration. Assist with subsidiary governance and expansion, including partnering with other members of the legal team on board matters, intercompany agreements, and compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Advice on legal aspects of corporate transactional matters, including corporate finance, leases and other facilities-related transactions. Assist with SEC reporting, proxy statement preparation and other public company obligations. Support initiatives and functions including public company readiness, ESG, investor relations, and corporate communications. Drive continuous improvements, scalability, and operational excellence in corporate legal processes and execution. Work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues and stakeholders, and develop trusted relationships to facilitate a coordinated team approach. Pitch in on whatever legal work needs doing, whenever it needs to be done.

Qualifications: J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school (or foreign equivalent). Membership in at least 1 U.S. State Bar (preferably CA), with a good standing. 5+ years at a major law firm and/or in-house as a generalist corporate attorney working with public companies. A growth mindset with flexibility and desire to work on a variety of legal matters, learn and have a meaningful impact. Excellent judgment and communication skills, with strong attention to detail. Action and results-oriented, with the ability to adapt quickly to new surroundings and in a fast-paced environment. Ability to prioritize and manage workloads to meet deadlines in a challenging and fast-paced environment. Reliable and collaborative team player. Flexibility to assist the legal department in its activities and its mission as needs arise. Experience with financial services firms and/or technology companies.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-10-22

Senior Counsel, Privacy

Washington DC Senior Counsel, Privacy The candidate will be maintaining subject matter expertise in areas of privacy and data protection laws (including state and federal consumer protection and privacy laws, GDPR and other global privacy and data protection laws) and advise on their impact on business. Focusing on marketing and ad tech, which would include having a developed understanding of mobile apps, interest-based advertising and relevant privacy laws. Maintaining expertise in Artificial Intelligence and machine learning in the privacy and fintech context. Maintaining expertise in peer-to-peer payment flows and payment ecosystem technologies and their privacy and data security implications. Providing advice regarding's systems and how best to make sure the enterprise is in compliance. Providing advice and be able to develop, implement and maintain data protection policies and procedures enterprise-wide. Building systems and processes to support scalable privacy programs.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least 1 U.S. State Bar. Should have 5+ years of legal practice experience specializing in privacy law. Experience with GDPR, CCPA, GLBA and other privacy laws and regulations. Experience with consumer-facing technology and/or financial services companies. Track record of developing practical solutions to novel problems. Exceptional project management skills. In-house legal experience. Technical background or education.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-10-22

Commission on Immigration - Staff Attorney 2/Chief Counsel

Washington DC Commission on Immigration - Staff Attorney 2/Chief Counsel Responsibilities: Conduct research and write memoranda, articles, frequently for publication. Provide substantive advice, information and make policy recommendations. Serve as principal ABA expert on a substantive area of law or public policy. Includes contacts with government entities and with the media. Give presentations and/or teach on legal and public policy issues. Design substantive content of events, developing model documents and resources, and conducting training. Manage substantive/legal project aspects. Coordinate or support member sub-groups and coordinate with external constituencies. Manage consultants, interns/externs. Analyze laws, regulations, court rules and policies/policy proposals; prepare memoranda of law or on public policy. Research, draft, write, review substantive legal resources, including manuals, practitioner advisories, blog posts, and other educational materials for attorneys, legal staff, and others on immigration law. Coordinates multiple webinar training throughout the year on a variety of topics in immigration law including the development of material, presenting and recruiting outside experts to present at training. Perform other related duties as required.

Qualifications: Doctoral Degree (JD, PhD) and active bar admission in at least one jurisdiction. 4+ years working in a relevant specialized area of law. High level of skills in legal writing and research, oral and written communications, and organizational skills.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-10-20

Compliance Counsel

Washington DC Compliance Counsel The candidate will be providing legal advice to Verizon's Security Department in general; legal advice to a team of 100 professionals within the Security Department that responds to 275,000 pieces of legal process annually, such as subpoenas, orders, and warrants; legal advice to investigators within the Security Department, particularly with respect to working with law enforcement; legal advice to product teams, specifically with respect to any risks relating to certain privacy/security laws; legal advice regarding various data privacy issues. Reviewing bills and legislation raising privacy/security issues.

The candidate must have a J.D. degree and 6+ years of relevant work experience; bar membership is in good standing in one state and 4+ years of experience as a practicing attorney; good experience with the Wiretap Act, Stored Communications Act, and Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act; willingness to travel. Should take initiative to develop, lead and implement projects; demonstrate the ability to work with a wide range of business clients including senior leaders; experience working in a team environment, practicing law in a company, analyzing proposed legislation. Should have proven oral, presentation, and written communication skills; outstanding attention to detail, and ability to multi-task and perform effectively under tight deadlines; ability to make decisions; good judgment.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2021-10-20

Broker Dealer Compliance Attorney

Washington DC Broker Dealer Compliance Attorney Duties: Assisting in the general oversight and management of Carlyle's marketing-related regulatory compliance framework and processes. Assisting with the non-U.S. regulatory aspects of the marketing process for Carlyle products across segments. Being a subject matter expert regarding the various regulatory aspects of Carlyle's marketing function, including global AML/KYC matters and Worldsky requirements. Providing counsel and oversight with respect to the compliance programs for Carlyle's broker-dealer entities. Assisting with the compliance/regulatory review and approval of marketing materials for funds and products across the Carlyle platform. Acting as a primary resource of Worldsky guidance addressing private placement laws in countries around the world and providing advice to various business teams across the firm. Working with external counsel on making marketing notifications/filings, registering funds and/or seeking regulatory approval in non-U.S. jurisdictions pursuant to Worldsky requirements. Assisting in the third-party placement agent engagement process, including assuming lead on due diligence of prospective placement agents and preparation of supporting materials for senior management review. Providing legal analysis with respect to global AML/KYC obligations related to Carlyle's global marketing efforts. Assisting with training initiatives for Carlyle's global investor relations platform. Working closely with IT on compliance technology projects related to the marketing function. Particular expertise with respect to the various subject matters listed above is a positive, however the applicant should have a desire to learn and an ability to grasp complex and overlapping concepts. The applicant should also have excellent time-management and prioritization skills, as this is a fast-paced role supporting a number of business teams. Provide legal analysis with respect to global AML/KYC obligations related to Carlyle's global marketing efforts. Update Worldsky marketing guidance and obtain guidance for new countries, as needed, register funds in non-U.S. jurisdictions and lead internal communication efforts. Assist with broker/dealer marketing materials review and approval for fund-related materials and presentations used in firm events, annual conferences, sponsored symposiums, etc. Lead efforts regarding global regulatory developments and updates. Lead due diligence efforts regarding the use of finders and placement agents, coordinating policy compliance with Fund Formation, Compliance, and Investor Relations. Complete other tasks as appropriate.

Qualifications: JD Degree required. Securities licenses (FINRA Series 24, Series 7 or 82 desired; will be required if not yet obtained). Active legal license in at least one state or the District of Columbia. 2-5 years relevant experience. Knowledge of alternative asset management (especially private equity) industry required. Knowledge of Broker-Dealer and Advisers Act rules and regulations desired. Strong project management skills and ability to multi?task and work across multiple groups. Ability to manage multiple requests in demanding, fast paced environment with constantly changing needs. Ability to manage and work with external advisors. Highly professional with strong communication skills. Ability to multi?task and prioritize in a fast?paced and continuously changing environment. Be able to respect highly confidential information and work in a confidential environment.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2021-10-15

Legal Counsel, Privacy And Data Protection

Washington DC Legal Counsel, Privacy and Data Protection The candidate will work independently as well as collaboratively with a strong desire to make a meaningful impact. Will be strategic and capable of influencing others. Advise and guide HR, Marketing, Internal Audit, Security and Business Development, as well as other Legal Department colleagues. Be knowledgeable about strategically important laws and regulations in the EU and the US, such as GDPR, the ePrivacy Directive/Regulation, HIPAA, CCPA/CPRA and related state and federal legislation. Support development and maintenance of Firms SaaS-standard security programs, such as SOC2, ISO 27001, HIPAA, PCI, and FedRAMP. Support M&A due diligence and integration activities. Serve as an escalation point to Commercial Legal on HIPAA matters. Manage privacy policies, procedures, documentation, company guidance, and escalations on employee data subject access requests and records of processing activities. Help ensure adherence to international data protection laws, while enabling the development and execution of business initiatives. Help develop Firms privacy and data protection practices globally. Perform other legal responsibilities as requested.

The candidate should have a JD degree with excellent academic credentials. Must have Licensed to practice law in the US (or in-house equivalent). Must have 6-9 years of experience in representing clients in privacy and data protection matters in the US and Europe, preferably for a technology company and/or law firm. Demonstrated knowledge of global privacy and data protection laws needed. Must have written and spoken fluency in English. Understanding cloud computing, SaaS infrastructure and emerging technologies are required. Must have excellent analytical, written and verbal skills with the ability to present information/complex legal matters clearly and concisely. Experience with OneTrust is a plus. Significant experience with requirements of SaaS security certifications and programs, such as SOC2, ISO, HIPAA, PCI-DSS, and FedRAMP is preferred.
Legal 6 - 9 Full-time 2021-10-15

Director, Legal Counsel - Privacy And Cybersecurity

Washington DC Director, Legal Counsel - Privacy and Cybersecurity Duties: Understanding, monitoring, and advising on domestic and international data privacy and security laws. Collaborating closely with risk and compliance personnel to identify and implement standard methodologies for compliance with those laws. Working with information security and other company personnel to maintain effective incident response protocols and to counsel the company on incident preparation and response. Identifying new and ongoing ways to support and improve the company's compliance program as it relates to data collection, use and protection that is, you re good at observing and educating on existing regulatory requirements and standard methodologies while anticipating and re future regulatory changes. Counseling business, compliance and risk management executives, and product, engineering and data analytics teams and communicating with other members of the Legal department on global privacy requirements and privacy risk mitigation measures in connection with the introduction of new products and services, including the completion of data privacy impact assessments. Leading and/or supporting new initiatives as needed e.g., initiatives sought at aligning existing and future company practices with GDPR, CCPA, and other foreign and domestic data privacy and protection requirements; data mapping and retention; training and education; third-party relationships; and others.

Qualifications: JD Degree required, admitted to any state Bar. 6-8+ years of combined legal experience at a global firm and/or in-house legal department of a technology company. Experience counseling on global and domestic privacy law regimes (GDPR, CCPA, etc.) and with assessing, developing and maintaining applicable practices, policies and procedures. Experience managing, responding to and preparing for data security incidents with cross-functional teams and third-party partners. Experience drafting and negotiating data privacy and protection provisions within third-party agreements. An entrepreneurial mentality and ability to build and maintain internal and external relationships. A desire to boldly grow the role and respond quickly to internal constituents. Executive presence, including the temperament to interface directly with senior leadership. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a passion for educating business teams on privacy and security issues.
Legal 6 - 8 Full-time 2021-10-15

Privacy Counsel

Washington DC Privacy Counsel The candidate will be reporting to the SVP of Privacy & Senior Associate General Counsel, the Privacy Counsel and Associate General Counsel works on consumer and third-party data privacy issues for AARP and its affiliates, as well as other related legal subject areas. Additionally, this position carries out privacy regulatory compliance and builds the privacy program at AARP, while supporting other legal areas as needed. This role provides legal counsel and advice on a variety of issues, performs legal research, and manages outside counsel. Manages the new suite of consumer legal rights established by various regulations (CCPA, CPRA, VA CPDA). Manages AARP's personal data inventory and data flow mapping throughout organization. Manages consumer privacy rights workflows and fulfillment of consumer rights requests. Oversees the data privacy management platform and compliance with regulatory requirements, while creating business and operational efficiencies for AARP and manages third party data privacy impact assessments. Manages third party data privacy contract provisions and negotiates requisite and consistent protections for AARP and regular audits to ensure ongoing compliance. Works effectively with cross-functional teams (data, information security, business units) to safeguard personal data and implements privacy safeguards. Responds to legal inquiries from business units, consumers and regulators. Provides legal review and analysis in additional related areas as needed, including media and IP, contracts and commercial transactions. J.D. degree required. 8 years of legal experience in regulatory compliance, contract negotiations, legal research. Specific experience in privacy a plus. Privacy experience and CIPP/US/E or other privacy related certifications a plus. Must be or be able to become a member in good standing with the District of Columbia bar. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Customer friendly approach to working with internal clients required. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-10-09
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# QLOW162900
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Advise and drive process on all legal aspects of strategic and corporate finance transactions, including structuring and negotiating key transaction documents, managing due diligence, drafting offering documents and preparing securities filings. Support various efforts related to corporate development, corporate governance, investor relations, and public company readiness. Design and implement corporate policies, procedures and controls required for private and/or public company compliance. Prepare resolutions, presentations and other materials for Board of Directors and Committee meetings and advise leadership on corporate governance requirements and best practices. Manage corporate structure and assist with subsidiary governance and international expansion. Help build a best-in-class corporate and securities function that can ultimately operate in a public company setting. Answer questions and offer legal advice on a wide range of issues, projects, and initiatives across the company, including in non-corporate areas such as equity, executive compensation, commercial, and product. Exercise initiative and creativity in solving challenges and accomplishing business goals. Work with leadership to drive strategic business and legal initiatives across the company. Support ad hoc legal requests of almost every size and type. Champion, role model, and embed cultural principles (Obsess Over the Customer, Build for the Long Term, Growth Mindset) as we scale globally and across new offices.

Requirements: Attorney in good standing in the United States. 5+ years of strong M&A, venture capital/investments, securities compliance, and general corporate experience, including experience leading complex transactions. Excellent communicator, project manager, and team player. Highly proactive self-starter who consistently delivers. Adaptable and flexible, with a growth mindset and desire to work on a variety of matters. Aptitude for maintaining strong working cross-functional relationships. A practical, creative and proactive problem-solver who possesses strong business acumen and is confident, mature, and calm under fire. An ideal candidate also has:. A combination of law firm and in-house general corporate experience, including extensive experience in securities compliance (in particular, SEC and stock exchange compliance, as well as ?34 Act and Section 16 reporting) and corporate governance at a high-growth public company.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# MHUJ162919
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will support global sell-to and sell-through contract activities with the company's Telco customers and partners, working with sales leadership and a global team of attorneys and contract managers in the company's Commercial Legal Group. Will collaborate with channel and go-to-market teams to help design, augment and streamline the company's partner programs and develop templates, playbooks and related guidance. Provide expert, pragmatic advice to the company's sales teams, business units, and other stakeholders on go-to-market strategy, current and potential legal and commercial issues, industry specific requirements, and transactional guidance. Draft, review, and negotiate a broad range of commercial agreements with Telcos (and assist, support and mentor other negotiators who do so), including cloud/software-as-a-service, software licensing, professional services, data privacy, channels partner and various route-to-market agreements; leading and/or managing complex, ground-breaking and high value transactions. Monitor and proactively address changing regulations, industry and market trends. Effectively work with a variety of business, finance and legal stakeholders to develop and implement practices that support innovation and growth while maintaining appropriate commercial risk. Develop various enablement and training materials for VMware stakeholders, including sales/business units and legal colleagues, focusing on the specific industry standards, contracting requirements, trends, and developments. Drive and/or assist with various legal department projects that support the legal department goals, including the company's transition to a cloud services company, as well as efforts to develop, implement and enhance processes that improve transaction velocity and scaling without material increases in risk. Act as a fiduciary for the company, driving compliance in day-to-day sales activities, including providing training and counseling to sales professionals and coordinating with other groups within the company's Legal Department on compliance matters. Should have a J.D. degree from an accredited US law school and be a member of a State Bar and in good standing. Must have 12+ years of transactional legal experience with a large law firm and/or in a fast-paced corporate legal group for an enterprise technology company, Telco or similar. Experience contracting with significant Telcos, both as a vendor and as a partner is required. Experience in SaaS transactions with enterprise customers is needed. US and global telecommunications/communications service provider regulatory compliance experience are highly valued. Intellectual Property experience and expertise is preferred.
 
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Senior Counsel, Corporate
Refer job# NLQB162862
 
Senior Counsel, Corporate Duties: Assist with corporate governance matters, including support in connection with preparations for Board of Directors, Board Committees, and shareholder meetings. Support the M&A Legal and corporate development team in transaction execution and integration. Assist with subsidiary governance and expansion, including partnering with other members of the legal team on board matters, intercompany agreements, and compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Advice on legal aspects of corporate transactional matters, including corporate finance, leases and other facilities-related transactions. Assist with SEC reporting, proxy statement preparation and other public company obligations. Support initiatives and functions including public company readiness, ESG, investor relations, and corporate communications. Drive continuous improvements, scalability, and operational excellence in corporate legal processes and execution. Work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues and stakeholders, and develop trusted relationships to facilitate a coordinated team approach. Pitch in on whatever legal work needs doing, whenever it needs to be done.

Qualifications: J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school (or foreign equivalent). Membership in at least 1 U.S. State Bar (preferably CA), with a good standing. 5+ years at a major law firm and/or in-house as a generalist corporate attorney working with public companies. A growth mindset with flexibility and desire to work on a variety of legal matters, learn and have a meaningful impact. Excellent judgment and communication skills, with strong attention to detail. Action and results-oriented, with the ability to adapt quickly to new surroundings and in a fast-paced environment. Ability to prioritize and manage workloads to meet deadlines in a challenging and fast-paced environment. Reliable and collaborative team player. Flexibility to assist the legal department in its activities and its mission as needs arise. Experience with financial services firms and/or technology companies.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# YNYI162863
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy The candidate will be maintaining subject matter expertise in areas of privacy and data protection laws (including state and federal consumer protection and privacy laws, GDPR and other global privacy and data protection laws) and advise on their impact on business. Focusing on marketing and ad tech, which would include having a developed understanding of mobile apps, interest-based advertising and relevant privacy laws. Maintaining expertise in Artificial Intelligence and machine learning in the privacy and fintech context. Maintaining expertise in peer-to-peer payment flows and payment ecosystem technologies and their privacy and data security implications. Providing advice regarding's systems and how best to make sure the enterprise is in compliance. Providing advice and be able to develop, implement and maintain data protection policies and procedures enterprise-wide. Building systems and processes to support scalable privacy programs.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least 1 U.S. State Bar. Should have 5+ years of legal practice experience specializing in privacy law. Experience with GDPR, CCPA, GLBA and other privacy laws and regulations. Experience with consumer-facing technology and/or financial services companies. Track record of developing practical solutions to novel problems. Exceptional project management skills. In-house legal experience. Technical background or education.
 
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Commission on Immigration - Staff Attorney 2/Chief Counsel
Refer job# HKYI162787
 
Commission on Immigration - Staff Attorney 2/Chief Counsel Responsibilities: Conduct research and write memoranda, articles, frequently for publication. Provide substantive advice, information and make policy recommendations. Serve as principal ABA expert on a substantive area of law or public policy. Includes contacts with government entities and with the media. Give presentations and/or teach on legal and public policy issues. Design substantive content of events, developing model documents and resources, and conducting training. Manage substantive/legal project aspects. Coordinate or support member sub-groups and coordinate with external constituencies. Manage consultants, interns/externs. Analyze laws, regulations, court rules and policies/policy proposals; prepare memoranda of law or on public policy. Research, draft, write, review substantive legal resources, including manuals, practitioner advisories, blog posts, and other educational materials for attorneys, legal staff, and others on immigration law. Coordinates multiple webinar training throughout the year on a variety of topics in immigration law including the development of material, presenting and recruiting outside experts to present at training. Perform other related duties as required.

Qualifications: Doctoral Degree (JD, PhD) and active bar admission in at least one jurisdiction. 4+ years working in a relevant specialized area of law. High level of skills in legal writing and research, oral and written communications, and organizational skills.
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# CWHB162825
 
Compliance Counsel The candidate will be providing legal advice to Verizon's Security Department in general; legal advice to a team of 100 professionals within the Security Department that responds to 275,000 pieces of legal process annually, such as subpoenas, orders, and warrants; legal advice to investigators within the Security Department, particularly with respect to working with law enforcement; legal advice to product teams, specifically with respect to any risks relating to certain privacy/security laws; legal advice regarding various data privacy issues. Reviewing bills and legislation raising privacy/security issues.

The candidate must have a J.D. degree and 6+ years of relevant work experience; bar membership is in good standing in one state and 4+ years of experience as a practicing attorney; good experience with the Wiretap Act, Stored Communications Act, and Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act; willingness to travel. Should take initiative to develop, lead and implement projects; demonstrate the ability to work with a wide range of business clients including senior leaders; experience working in a team environment, practicing law in a company, analyzing proposed legislation. Should have proven oral, presentation, and written communication skills; outstanding attention to detail, and ability to multi-task and perform effectively under tight deadlines; ability to make decisions; good judgment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Broker Dealer Compliance Attorney
Refer job# CUKY162746
 
Broker Dealer Compliance Attorney Duties: Assisting in the general oversight and management of Carlyle's marketing-related regulatory compliance framework and processes. Assisting with the non-U.S. regulatory aspects of the marketing process for Carlyle products across segments. Being a subject matter expert regarding the various regulatory aspects of Carlyle's marketing function, including global AML/KYC matters and Worldsky requirements. Providing counsel and oversight with respect to the compliance programs for Carlyle's broker-dealer entities. Assisting with the compliance/regulatory review and approval of marketing materials for funds and products across the Carlyle platform. Acting as a primary resource of Worldsky guidance addressing private placement laws in countries around the world and providing advice to various business teams across the firm. Working with external counsel on making marketing notifications/filings, registering funds and/or seeking regulatory approval in non-U.S. jurisdictions pursuant to Worldsky requirements. Assisting in the third-party placement agent engagement process, including assuming lead on due diligence of prospective placement agents and preparation of supporting materials for senior management review. Providing legal analysis with respect to global AML/KYC obligations related to Carlyle's global marketing efforts. Assisting with training initiatives for Carlyle's global investor relations platform. Working closely with IT on compliance technology projects related to the marketing function. Particular expertise with respect to the various subject matters listed above is a positive, however the applicant should have a desire to learn and an ability to grasp complex and overlapping concepts. The applicant should also have excellent time-management and prioritization skills, as this is a fast-paced role supporting a number of business teams. Provide legal analysis with respect to global AML/KYC obligations related to Carlyle's global marketing efforts. Update Worldsky marketing guidance and obtain guidance for new countries, as needed, register funds in non-U.S. jurisdictions and lead internal communication efforts. Assist with broker/dealer marketing materials review and approval for fund-related materials and presentations used in firm events, annual conferences, sponsored symposiums, etc. Lead efforts regarding global regulatory developments and updates. Lead due diligence efforts regarding the use of finders and placement agents, coordinating policy compliance with Fund Formation, Compliance, and Investor Relations. Complete other tasks as appropriate.

Qualifications: JD Degree required. Securities licenses (FINRA Series 24, Series 7 or 82 desired; will be required if not yet obtained). Active legal license in at least one state or the District of Columbia. 2-5 years relevant experience. Knowledge of alternative asset management (especially private equity) industry required. Knowledge of Broker-Dealer and Advisers Act rules and regulations desired. Strong project management skills and ability to multi?task and work across multiple groups. Ability to manage multiple requests in demanding, fast paced environment with constantly changing needs. Ability to manage and work with external advisors. Highly professional with strong communication skills. Ability to multi?task and prioritize in a fast?paced and continuously changing environment. Be able to respect highly confidential information and work in a confidential environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal Counsel, Privacy And Data Protection
Refer job# UXQK162749
 
Legal Counsel, Privacy and Data Protection The candidate will work independently as well as collaboratively with a strong desire to make a meaningful impact. Will be strategic and capable of influencing others. Advise and guide HR, Marketing, Internal Audit, Security and Business Development, as well as other Legal Department colleagues. Be knowledgeable about strategically important laws and regulations in the EU and the US, such as GDPR, the ePrivacy Directive/Regulation, HIPAA, CCPA/CPRA and related state and federal legislation. Support development and maintenance of Firms SaaS-standard security programs, such as SOC2, ISO 27001, HIPAA, PCI, and FedRAMP. Support M&A due diligence and integration activities. Serve as an escalation point to Commercial Legal on HIPAA matters. Manage privacy policies, procedures, documentation, company guidance, and escalations on employee data subject access requests and records of processing activities. Help ensure adherence to international data protection laws, while enabling the development and execution of business initiatives. Help develop Firms privacy and data protection practices globally. Perform other legal responsibilities as requested.

The candidate should have a JD degree with excellent academic credentials. Must have Licensed to practice law in the US (or in-house equivalent). Must have 6-9 years of experience in representing clients in privacy and data protection matters in the US and Europe, preferably for a technology company and/or law firm. Demonstrated knowledge of global privacy and data protection laws needed. Must have written and spoken fluency in English. Understanding cloud computing, SaaS infrastructure and emerging technologies are required. Must have excellent analytical, written and verbal skills with the ability to present information/complex legal matters clearly and concisely. Experience with OneTrust is a plus. Significant experience with requirements of SaaS security certifications and programs, such as SOC2, ISO, HIPAA, PCI-DSS, and FedRAMP is preferred.
 
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Director, Legal Counsel - Privacy And Cybersecurity
Refer job# BRNI162766
 
Director, Legal Counsel - Privacy and Cybersecurity Duties: Understanding, monitoring, and advising on domestic and international data privacy and security laws. Collaborating closely with risk and compliance personnel to identify and implement standard methodologies for compliance with those laws. Working with information security and other company personnel to maintain effective incident response protocols and to counsel the company on incident preparation and response. Identifying new and ongoing ways to support and improve the company's compliance program as it relates to data collection, use and protection that is, you re good at observing and educating on existing regulatory requirements and standard methodologies while anticipating and re future regulatory changes. Counseling business, compliance and risk management executives, and product, engineering and data analytics teams and communicating with other members of the Legal department on global privacy requirements and privacy risk mitigation measures in connection with the introduction of new products and services, including the completion of data privacy impact assessments. Leading and/or supporting new initiatives as needed e.g., initiatives sought at aligning existing and future company practices with GDPR, CCPA, and other foreign and domestic data privacy and protection requirements; data mapping and retention; training and education; third-party relationships; and others.

Qualifications: JD Degree required, admitted to any state Bar. 6-8+ years of combined legal experience at a global firm and/or in-house legal department of a technology company. Experience counseling on global and domestic privacy law regimes (GDPR, CCPA, etc.) and with assessing, developing and maintaining applicable practices, policies and procedures. Experience managing, responding to and preparing for data security incidents with cross-functional teams and third-party partners. Experience drafting and negotiating data privacy and protection provisions within third-party agreements. An entrepreneurial mentality and ability to build and maintain internal and external relationships. A desire to boldly grow the role and respond quickly to internal constituents. Executive presence, including the temperament to interface directly with senior leadership. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a passion for educating business teams on privacy and security issues.
 
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Privacy Counsel
Refer job# YPYV162642
 
Privacy Counsel The candidate will be reporting to the SVP of Privacy & Senior Associate General Counsel, the Privacy Counsel and Associate General Counsel works on consumer and third-party data privacy issues for AARP and its affiliates, as well as other related legal subject areas. Additionally, this position carries out privacy regulatory compliance and builds the privacy program at AARP, while supporting other legal areas as needed. This role provides legal counsel and advice on a variety of issues, performs legal research, and manages outside counsel. Manages the new suite of consumer legal rights established by various regulations (CCPA, CPRA, VA CPDA). Manages AARP's personal data inventory and data flow mapping throughout organization. Manages consumer privacy rights workflows and fulfillment of consumer rights requests. Oversees the data privacy management platform and compliance with regulatory requirements, while creating business and operational efficiencies for AARP and manages third party data privacy impact assessments. Manages third party data privacy contract provisions and negotiates requisite and consistent protections for AARP and regular audits to ensure ongoing compliance. Works effectively with cross-functional teams (data, information security, business units) to safeguard personal data and implements privacy safeguards. Responds to legal inquiries from business units, consumers and regulators. Provides legal review and analysis in additional related areas as needed, including media and IP, contracts and commercial transactions. J.D. degree required. 8 years of legal experience in regulatory compliance, contract negotiations, legal research. Specific experience in privacy a plus. Privacy experience and CIPP/US/E or other privacy related certifications a plus. Must be or be able to become a member in good standing with the District of Columbia bar. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Customer friendly approach to working with internal clients required.
 
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