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Corporate Transactions Attorney (m&a)

Atlanta GA Corporate Transactions Attorney (M&A) The candidate will hands on responsibility for the preparation and negotiation of all transaction related items from the intake of the transaction through the post-closing process. Structure and negotiate business transactions. Draft and manage the flow of all transactional documents. Perform due diligence, draft closing documents, and supervise closings. Partner and advise all levels of business management and leadership. Analyze proposed transactions to ensure that they comport with applicable regulatory and compliance laws. Should have 3-7 years experience as a M&A/Transactional Attorney; internally within a corporation or within a firm. Proven track record of working all facets of M&A transactions is required. Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school is required. Must be active member in good standing in one or more jurisdictions, with the ability to be admitted to the Georgia bar with six months of hiring. Legal 3 - 7 Full-time 2019-05-18

Corporate Attorney

Atlanta GA Corporate Attorney The candidate provides great client service and communication with other attorneys. Drafting contracts. Negotiating, structuring, drafting and consummating transactions. Should have 5+ years corporate, M&A, and/or transactional law experience. Ideal candidate has experience with mergers and acquisitions, and substantial drafting experience. Ability to concisely and effectively communicate complex matters in oral and written form is required. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-05-17

Corporate Transactions Attorney (m&a)

Atlanta GA Corporate Transactions Attorney (M&A) The candidate hands on responsibility for the preparation and negotiation of all transaction related items from the intake of the transaction through the post-closing process. Structure and negotiate business transactions. Draft and manage the flow of all transactional documents. Perform due diligence, draft closing documents, and supervise closings. Partner and advise all levels of business management and leadership. Analyze proposed transactions to ensure that they comport with applicable regulatory and compliance laws. Travel up to 20%. Must have 3-7 years experience as a M&A/Transactional Attorney; internally within a corporation or within a firm. Proven track record of working all facets of M&A transactions is required. Should have Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Must be active member in good standing in one or more jurisdictions, with the ability to be admitted to the Georgia bar within six months of hiring. Should have excellent interpersonal and written communication skills with detail orientation. Background in construction/materials related industries would be helpful. Legal 3 - 7 Full-time 2019-05-17

Senior Corporate Counsel Privacy

Atlanta GA Senior Corporate Counsel - Privacy RESPONSIBILITES: Collaborate with the Data Governance business team to drive creation and implementation of enterprise-wide cross-functional initiatives bridging both the legal and technical aspects of data governance, including collaborating with business teams on projects that involve any of the upstream or downstream data flows and processes. Provide counsel, strategic advice and business guidance on privacy and data governance matters across all lines of a dynamic retail business, with specific emphasis on supporting the companys data strategy and issues related to customer communications and analytics. Drive thought leadership of, develop, and implement data governance strategies and processes to ensure the classification, confidentiality, privacy, security, retention, and lawful disposition of customer and employee data. Collaborate with Legal, Privacy, Data Governance, Operations, Internal Audit, Compliance, IT, and other business units to enhance and mature already existing programs consistent with established frameworks. Guide, advise, and develop best practices for the application of data governance principles to enterprise-wide initiatives. Provide guidance on compliance with global data governance, privacy and data security laws, regulations, industry standards, self-regulatory requirements, and best practices applicable to the retail industry (primarily North America). Review and negotiate privacy and data governance contractual issues that arise in a wide variety of commercial transactions. Assist the Chief Privacy Officer in the execution and continuous improvement of Privacy and Data Governance Programs, including policies and procedures as they relate to customers and associates. Understand the technologies that create data governance and privacy challenges and keep current on legislative, judicial and regulatory data governance and privacy and data security developments in order to understand and communicate the effect of such developments on business. Provide perspective on legislative, regulatory, or other policy initiatives as needed by Government Relations Team and Chief Privacy Officer. Assist the Incident Response Team in the review and coordination of potential privacy or data security incidents, including investigations, notifications, and other resolution e?orts. Develop and deliver privacy and data security training and awareness programs.

REQUIREMENTS: JD Degree or equivalent and required certifications for practicing law. 8 years' experience. Preferred Qualifications: IAPP Privacy Certification such as CIPP or CIPM highly preferred Prior experience as in-house counsel. 8 years of practice experience. Ability to lead thought on data governance and data privacy issues and a proven record of accomplishment applying this expertise to enterprise-wide programs and initiatives. Capacity to represent legal perspectives in a large, cross-functional, collaborative environment. Demonstrated legal project management experience; solid organizational and time management skills. Experience with developing and implementing a data governance program or significant components of a comprehensive data governance program. Demonstrated privacy, compliance or other form of operational experience translating legal and regulatory requirements into simple, practical processes and practices. Demonstrated ability to independently drive and timely deliver on large, multi-faceted and complex projects Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to prepare and assist in preparation of reports and presentations to officers and executives as appropriate. Ability to confront conflict and difficult issues in a professional, assertive and proactive manner. The self-starting ability to aggressively tackle new responsibilities and initiatives without receiving sufficient training or completely clear direction. Demonstrated knowledge and experience with privacy and data governance laws and regulations and ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Specifically, possess strong substantive knowledge of legal and self-regulatory privacy and data security requirements globally (primarily North America), including, but not limited to, California Consumer Protection Act, GDPR, PCI-DSS, Online Behavioral Advertising Principles, State Data Protection laws, including Breach Notification laws, FTC Act, TCPA & TSR, CAN-SPAM, COPPA, CASL, PIPEDA and various other federal, state and municipal privacy laws and industry regulations.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-05-16

Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include: Advising clients on New Mobility and digital commerce initiatives. Advising clients on State franchise law matters, including dealer network development and warranty administration. Advising on breach of warranty matters. Coordination with the Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary on matters pertaining to budget and capacities for the assigned areas of responsibility. Develop, implement, and administer Porsche Group policies, particularly those relevant to regulatory compliance matters, contract management, Management Rules, Group Directives, and/or litigation defense, to the extent they relate to the assigned areas of responsibility. Monitor laws, rules, and regulations and best practices affecting Porsches business in the assigned areas of responsibility and advise concerning changes in business practices required to conform to applicable law and best practices. Retain, monitor, and supervise outside counsel and consultants as needed to assist with matters in the assigned areas of responsibility. Undergraduate (B.A. or B.S.) and Law (J.D.) degrees from top institutions and unrestricted eligibility to practice law on behalf of a corporate employer in the State of Georgia are required. Admission to the bar of one of the 50 states is required. Should have 5+ years of experience, and between 7-10 years of experience is preferred. Automotive sector experience (including with Tier 1 suppliers), or other manufacturing industry experience is strongly preferred. Law firm candidates that have clients in the automotive sector are preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-05-15

Corporate Counsel, Technology Transactions

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel, Technology Transactions Responsibilities: Negotiate and draft Salesforce supplier cloud, software, hardware, data aggregator and digital advertising agreements. Partner internally within the Salesforce Legal & Corporate Affairs Department to ensure that privacy, intellectual property and compliance provisions are consistent with Salesforces best practices and positions. Partner with Global Strategic Sourcing, accounting, technology infrastructure, security, and other stakeholder teams to ensure that agreements are consistent with internal corporate policies and processes. Design and implement process improvements, including creation and updates of legal templates and playbooks.

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree and a law degree. 5-10 years combined experience in law firm or in-house legal department including experience negotiating and drafting technology, cloud, professional services, and software agreements. Significant expertise in negotiating and drafting hardware purchasing transactions. Excellent written and oral communication and negotiation skills. Highly responsive and service-oriented attitude. Ability to organize, prioritize, and manage deadlines in a fast-paced and demanding work environment. Ability to maintain strong working relationships with demanding internal clients. Familiarity with, or willingness to learn, technical concepts. Sound and practical business judgment. Desired Skills/ Experience: Substantial experience in supporting procurement departments as an internal client. Flexibility, resilience and a desire to learn and grow. A sense of fun and humor.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2019-05-10

Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel RESPONSIBILITIES: Analyze AR activities, prepare reports and present findings and recommendations. Establish and monitor collection teams follow up & escalation process to improve cash flow management. Assure timely and accurate invoicing to payer sources. Oversee the billing department staff in relation to private pay and third party payers. Be the main point-of-contact for all private pay/third party billing conflicts. Oversee the preparation & distribution of reminder statements. Anticipate clients (internal & external) needs and foster excellent customer service from billing team. Expected to meet deadlines while managing multiple projects in a fast-paced environment.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree with the ability to practice in GA required. 1-2 years' experience. Supervisory experience is required. Superior spreadsheet skills are required. Billing and Collections experience is preferred. Familiarity with healthcare billing/regulations is preferred. Financial and Accounting background is required.
Legal 1 - 2 Full-time 2019-05-04

Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel The candidate will primarily be responsible for reviewing, drafting, and negotiating licenses and commercial contracts and assisting with privacy and data protection issues, working directly with internal stakeholders and external customers on a vast array of matters. Review, draft and negotiate contracts on behalf of the company including licenses, technology agreements, services agreements, master agreements, SOWs, amendments, change orders, and other legal documents. Ensure compliance with privacy and data regulations. Participates in the development of corporate policies, procedures and programs. Develop and update internal contract templates and forms. Collaborate with legal, accounting, marketing, information technology and other internal stakeholders in developing and leading contract process and legal risk mitigation improvements and advising on legal risks. Work with external counsel on trademark and patent issues and strategy Escalate non-standard, complex matters to appropriate internal resource. Research and anticipate unique legal issues that could impact the company. Work on additional projects and initiatives as directed by the General Counsel. Must have law degree from a recognized university. Must be admitted to a recognized state bar. Should have 4+ years experience in a large law firm and/or in-house environment. Must have experience negotiating and drafting commercial contracts, licenses, joint ventures and partnership arrangements. Additional experience with/knowledge of data security, privacy, intellectual property, mergers & acquisitions and/or investments and/or international contracting considerations is a plus. Must have advanced degree of JD. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-05-04

Senior Corporate Counsel, Product Legal

Atlanta GA Senior Corporate Counsel, Product Legal The candidate will provide guidance to product management teams on issues related to new and existing services, products, and features throughout the entire product lifecycle. Be a resident expert and resource on issues related to privacy and data protection as it relates to Salesforce's platform, products, and services. Review and negotiate agreements with service providers and technology partners. Assist with acquisition and integration of products, content, services, and technologies, including due diligence and integration related to mergers and acquisitions. Provide counseling and training on relevant issues. Build cross-functional relationships with business teams as well as other members of the Legal Team to help drive efficient practices and consistency with internal policies and processes. Undergraduate degree and a law degree from highly regarded schools is essential. Should have 8+ years combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department, preferably in the technology industry, with significant product counseling experience. Should have 5+ years negotiating and drafting technology license agreements. Must have experience with privacy and data protection issues and strong knowledge of global privacy laws, in particular GDPR. Should have substantive expertise in laws governing marketing (including TCPA and CAN-SPAM Act) and advertising law. Well-grounded knowledge of intellectual property law is essential. Should preferably have familiarity with NAI and DAA Guidelines. Substantive expertise in the laws governing e-commerce, consumer protection laws, social media, and/or online tracking technology is a plus. Should preferably be certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP). Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-29

Georgia - Senior Director and Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Senior Director and Corporate Counsel
The candidate will provide support to the company's procurement, global sourcing and technology business groups. Responsibilities include working closely with internal teams to drive deals, including managing internal and external deal processes and pursuing continuous improvement in deal processes and execution (including form documentation). Will have the opportunity to draft and negotiate deal documents including software licenses, 'software as a service' agreements, integration services agreements, consulting services agreements, lease agreements and other vendor product and services agreements. Responsibilities will include drafting and negotiating transaction documents and actively managing deal timing and scheduling. Will have the ability to build strong relationships and effectively collaborate with business colleagues, other in-house attorneys and outside counsel.

The candidate should have a Law degree from ABA accredited law school and membership in good standing of any State Bar, preferably Georgia. Must have 5-10 years of relevant experience at a law firm and/or corporate legal department. Should have demonstrated experience in licensing and complex procurement. Familiarity and significant experience with licensing issues facing large, international organizations is needed. Ability to translate business requirements into contractual language, assess legal risk and work with vendors to mediate significant issues is required.
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ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL
In-House,NuRock
Location : Alpharetta Georgia United States

Position Purpose: The Associate General Counsel supports the outside Counsel and other NuRock staff by providing its corporate executives advice in day-to-day legal matters, managing on-going legal projects, and working pro-actively with staff to hel... + read more

may 18, 2019


Corporate Transactions Attorney (m&a)
In-House,CRH Americas
Location : Atlanta, GA, United States

Corporate Transactions Attorney (M&A) The candidate will hands on responsibility for the preparation and negotiation of all transaction related items from the intake of the transaction through the post-closing process. Structure and negotiate busine... + read more

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Corporate Transactions Attorney (m&a)
Refer job# QQHQ144059
 
Corporate Transactions Attorney (M&A) The candidate will hands on responsibility for the preparation and negotiation of all transaction related items from the intake of the transaction through the post-closing process. Structure and negotiate business transactions. Draft and manage the flow of all transactional documents. Perform due diligence, draft closing documents, and supervise closings. Partner and advise all levels of business management and leadership. Analyze proposed transactions to ensure that they comport with applicable regulatory and compliance laws. Should have 3-7 years experience as a M&A/Transactional Attorney; internally within a corporation or within a firm. Proven track record of working all facets of M&A transactions is required. Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school is required. Must be active member in good standing in one or more jurisdictions, with the ability to be admitted to the Georgia bar with six months of hiring.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Attorney
Refer job# ZRCQ144049
 
Corporate Attorney The candidate provides great client service and communication with other attorneys. Drafting contracts. Negotiating, structuring, drafting and consummating transactions. Should have 5+ years corporate, M&A, and/or transactional law experience. Ideal candidate has experience with mergers and acquisitions, and substantial drafting experience. Ability to concisely and effectively communicate complex matters in oral and written form is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Transactions Attorney (m&a)
Refer job# VKKG144050
 
Corporate Transactions Attorney (M&A) The candidate hands on responsibility for the preparation and negotiation of all transaction related items from the intake of the transaction through the post-closing process. Structure and negotiate business transactions. Draft and manage the flow of all transactional documents. Perform due diligence, draft closing documents, and supervise closings. Partner and advise all levels of business management and leadership. Analyze proposed transactions to ensure that they comport with applicable regulatory and compliance laws. Travel up to 20%. Must have 3-7 years experience as a M&A/Transactional Attorney; internally within a corporation or within a firm. Proven track record of working all facets of M&A transactions is required. Should have Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Must be active member in good standing in one or more jurisdictions, with the ability to be admitted to the Georgia bar within six months of hiring. Should have excellent interpersonal and written communication skills with detail orientation. Background in construction/materials related industries would be helpful.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Privacy
Refer job# QJSR144024
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Privacy RESPONSIBILITES: Collaborate with the Data Governance business team to drive creation and implementation of enterprise-wide cross-functional initiatives bridging both the legal and technical aspects of data governance, including collaborating with business teams on projects that involve any of the upstream or downstream data flows and processes. Provide counsel, strategic advice and business guidance on privacy and data governance matters across all lines of a dynamic retail business, with specific emphasis on supporting the companys data strategy and issues related to customer communications and analytics. Drive thought leadership of, develop, and implement data governance strategies and processes to ensure the classification, confidentiality, privacy, security, retention, and lawful disposition of customer and employee data. Collaborate with Legal, Privacy, Data Governance, Operations, Internal Audit, Compliance, IT, and other business units to enhance and mature already existing programs consistent with established frameworks. Guide, advise, and develop best practices for the application of data governance principles to enterprise-wide initiatives. Provide guidance on compliance with global data governance, privacy and data security laws, regulations, industry standards, self-regulatory requirements, and best practices applicable to the retail industry (primarily North America). Review and negotiate privacy and data governance contractual issues that arise in a wide variety of commercial transactions. Assist the Chief Privacy Officer in the execution and continuous improvement of Privacy and Data Governance Programs, including policies and procedures as they relate to customers and associates. Understand the technologies that create data governance and privacy challenges and keep current on legislative, judicial and regulatory data governance and privacy and data security developments in order to understand and communicate the effect of such developments on business. Provide perspective on legislative, regulatory, or other policy initiatives as needed by Government Relations Team and Chief Privacy Officer. Assist the Incident Response Team in the review and coordination of potential privacy or data security incidents, including investigations, notifications, and other resolution e?orts. Develop and deliver privacy and data security training and awareness programs.

REQUIREMENTS: JD Degree or equivalent and required certifications for practicing law. 8 years' experience. Preferred Qualifications: IAPP Privacy Certification such as CIPP or CIPM highly preferred Prior experience as in-house counsel. 8 years of practice experience. Ability to lead thought on data governance and data privacy issues and a proven record of accomplishment applying this expertise to enterprise-wide programs and initiatives. Capacity to represent legal perspectives in a large, cross-functional, collaborative environment. Demonstrated legal project management experience; solid organizational and time management skills. Experience with developing and implementing a data governance program or significant components of a comprehensive data governance program. Demonstrated privacy, compliance or other form of operational experience translating legal and regulatory requirements into simple, practical processes and practices. Demonstrated ability to independently drive and timely deliver on large, multi-faceted and complex projects Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to prepare and assist in preparation of reports and presentations to officers and executives as appropriate. Ability to confront conflict and difficult issues in a professional, assertive and proactive manner. The self-starting ability to aggressively tackle new responsibilities and initiatives without receiving sufficient training or completely clear direction. Demonstrated knowledge and experience with privacy and data governance laws and regulations and ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Specifically, possess strong substantive knowledge of legal and self-regulatory privacy and data security requirements globally (primarily North America), including, but not limited to, California Consumer Protection Act, GDPR, PCI-DSS, Online Behavioral Advertising Principles, State Data Protection laws, including Breach Notification laws, FTC Act, TCPA & TSR, CAN-SPAM, COPPA, CASL, PIPEDA and various other federal, state and municipal privacy laws and industry regulations.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FQMM143988
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include: Advising clients on New Mobility and digital commerce initiatives. Advising clients on State franchise law matters, including dealer network development and warranty administration. Advising on breach of warranty matters. Coordination with the Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary on matters pertaining to budget and capacities for the assigned areas of responsibility. Develop, implement, and administer Porsche Group policies, particularly those relevant to regulatory compliance matters, contract management, Management Rules, Group Directives, and/or litigation defense, to the extent they relate to the assigned areas of responsibility. Monitor laws, rules, and regulations and best practices affecting Porsches business in the assigned areas of responsibility and advise concerning changes in business practices required to conform to applicable law and best practices. Retain, monitor, and supervise outside counsel and consultants as needed to assist with matters in the assigned areas of responsibility. Undergraduate (B.A. or B.S.) and Law (J.D.) degrees from top institutions and unrestricted eligibility to practice law on behalf of a corporate employer in the State of Georgia are required. Admission to the bar of one of the 50 states is required. Should have 5+ years of experience, and between 7-10 years of experience is preferred. Automotive sector experience (including with Tier 1 suppliers), or other manufacturing industry experience is strongly preferred. Law firm candidates that have clients in the automotive sector are preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Technology Transactions
Refer job# ZWPN143922
 
Corporate Counsel, Technology Transactions Responsibilities: Negotiate and draft Salesforce supplier cloud, software, hardware, data aggregator and digital advertising agreements. Partner internally within the Salesforce Legal & Corporate Affairs Department to ensure that privacy, intellectual property and compliance provisions are consistent with Salesforces best practices and positions. Partner with Global Strategic Sourcing, accounting, technology infrastructure, security, and other stakeholder teams to ensure that agreements are consistent with internal corporate policies and processes. Design and implement process improvements, including creation and updates of legal templates and playbooks.

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree and a law degree. 5-10 years combined experience in law firm or in-house legal department including experience negotiating and drafting technology, cloud, professional services, and software agreements. Significant expertise in negotiating and drafting hardware purchasing transactions. Excellent written and oral communication and negotiation skills. Highly responsive and service-oriented attitude. Ability to organize, prioritize, and manage deadlines in a fast-paced and demanding work environment. Ability to maintain strong working relationships with demanding internal clients. Familiarity with, or willingness to learn, technical concepts. Sound and practical business judgment. Desired Skills/ Experience: Substantial experience in supporting procurement departments as an internal client. Flexibility, resilience and a desire to learn and grow. A sense of fun and humor.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# MPVY143851
 
Corporate Counsel RESPONSIBILITIES: Analyze AR activities, prepare reports and present findings and recommendations. Establish and monitor collection teams follow up & escalation process to improve cash flow management. Assure timely and accurate invoicing to payer sources. Oversee the billing department staff in relation to private pay and third party payers. Be the main point-of-contact for all private pay/third party billing conflicts. Oversee the preparation & distribution of reminder statements. Anticipate clients (internal & external) needs and foster excellent customer service from billing team. Expected to meet deadlines while managing multiple projects in a fast-paced environment.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree with the ability to practice in GA required. 1-2 years' experience. Supervisory experience is required. Superior spreadsheet skills are required. Billing and Collections experience is preferred. Familiarity with healthcare billing/regulations is preferred. Financial and Accounting background is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OYJN143860
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will primarily be responsible for reviewing, drafting, and negotiating licenses and commercial contracts and assisting with privacy and data protection issues, working directly with internal stakeholders and external customers on a vast array of matters. Review, draft and negotiate contracts on behalf of the company including licenses, technology agreements, services agreements, master agreements, SOWs, amendments, change orders, and other legal documents. Ensure compliance with privacy and data regulations. Participates in the development of corporate policies, procedures and programs. Develop and update internal contract templates and forms. Collaborate with legal, accounting, marketing, information technology and other internal stakeholders in developing and leading contract process and legal risk mitigation improvements and advising on legal risks. Work with external counsel on trademark and patent issues and strategy Escalate non-standard, complex matters to appropriate internal resource. Research and anticipate unique legal issues that could impact the company. Work on additional projects and initiatives as directed by the General Counsel. Must have law degree from a recognized university. Must be admitted to a recognized state bar. Should have 4+ years experience in a large law firm and/or in-house environment. Must have experience negotiating and drafting commercial contracts, licenses, joint ventures and partnership arrangements. Additional experience with/knowledge of data security, privacy, intellectual property, mergers & acquisitions and/or investments and/or international contracting considerations is a plus. Must have advanced degree of JD.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Product Legal
Refer job# WJIF143822
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Product Legal The candidate will provide guidance to product management teams on issues related to new and existing services, products, and features throughout the entire product lifecycle. Be a resident expert and resource on issues related to privacy and data protection as it relates to Salesforce's platform, products, and services. Review and negotiate agreements with service providers and technology partners. Assist with acquisition and integration of products, content, services, and technologies, including due diligence and integration related to mergers and acquisitions. Provide counseling and training on relevant issues. Build cross-functional relationships with business teams as well as other members of the Legal Team to help drive efficient practices and consistency with internal policies and processes. Undergraduate degree and a law degree from highly regarded schools is essential. Should have 8+ years combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department, preferably in the technology industry, with significant product counseling experience. Should have 5+ years negotiating and drafting technology license agreements. Must have experience with privacy and data protection issues and strong knowledge of global privacy laws, in particular GDPR. Should have substantive expertise in laws governing marketing (including TCPA and CAN-SPAM Act) and advertising law. Well-grounded knowledge of intellectual property law is essential. Should preferably have familiarity with NAI and DAA Guidelines. Substantive expertise in the laws governing e-commerce, consumer protection laws, social media, and/or online tracking technology is a plus. Should preferably be certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP).
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Georgia - Senior Director and Corporate Counsel
Refer job# D3A125976
 
Senior Director and Corporate Counsel
The candidate will provide support to the company's procurement, global sourcing and technology business groups. Responsibilities include working closely with internal teams to drive deals, including managing internal and external deal processes and pursuing continuous improvement in deal processes and execution (including form documentation). Will have the opportunity to draft and negotiate deal documents including software licenses, 'software as a service' agreements, integration services agreements, consulting services agreements, lease agreements and other vendor product and services agreements. Responsibilities will include drafting and negotiating transaction documents and actively managing deal timing and scheduling. Will have the ability to build strong relationships and effectively collaborate with business colleagues, other in-house attorneys and outside counsel.

The candidate should have a Law degree from ABA accredited law school and membership in good standing of any State Bar, preferably Georgia. Must have 5-10 years of relevant experience at a law firm and/or corporate legal department. Should have demonstrated experience in licensing and complex procurement. Familiarity and significant experience with licensing issues facing large, international organizations is needed. Ability to translate business requirements into contractual language, assess legal risk and work with vendors to mediate significant issues is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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