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Corporate Counsel, Product Legal

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel, Product Legal The candidate will draft and approve term sheets, definitive agreements, and exhibits related to strategic initiatives and partnerships. Will review and negotiate complex agreements with service providers and technology partners. Engage and manage Outside Counsel for negotiations that require oversight, such as those with significant regulatory risk. Draft templates and playbooks for strategic partnership agreements and serve as subject matter expert on transactions. Provide guidance to executives, engineers and product managers on issues related to new and existing services, products, and features throughout the entire product lifecycle. Serve as a resident expert and resource on issues related to SaaS product lifecycle and data protection as these topics relate to our commerce, marketing, advertising and social media products and services. Provide strategic and timely client training on relevant issues and processes.

The candidate should have Law degree and admitted to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. A related degree required. Must have 4-5 years combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department, including experience negotiating and drafting technology agreements. Must be familiar with key regulatory requirements in the SaaS space, including privacy and data protection issues and intellectual property. In-house experience at a technology company, with significant transactional and product counseling experience is preferred. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) is a plus. Well-grounded knowledge of intellectual property law is preferred. Substantive expertise in laws governing commerce, payments, marketing and advertising law (e.g., TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, GDPR, CCPA, E-Privacy) is desired. Should preferably have substantive expertise in laws governing cookies and other tracking technologies.
Legal 4 - 5 Full-time 2022-09-29

Corporate Counsel

Duluth GA Corporate Counsel The candidate will assist the on a wide range of legal issues, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating various commercial agreements such as Distributor Agreements, Component Supply Agreements and Guarantees. Instruct and liaise with external legal counsel in respect of product liability claims. Interface with various parts of the business at all levels to advice on legal matters using solid and correct judgment. Prepare, review, negotiate, and advise on legal contracts and agreements between the company and any external or internal vendors/customers. Research and analyze laws and regulations for company clients and provides opinion on legal risks and mitigation associated with the company business activities. Be the Legal lead as it relates to Contract Lifecycle Management, developing contract templates, negotiating legal provisions in agreements, and interacting with the Purchasing department and other business units. Manage outside counsel where necessary and review legal publications and pending legislation to advise management of changes that impact the company. Provide guidance on compliance matters, work with affiliates in intercompany business issues and provide legal counseling, education, and training as needed. JD degree is required. Should have 2-7 years experience as practicing attorney. Membership of State Bar is required (Georgia Bar license is preferred). Knowledge of US and Canadian privacy laws and compliance requirements LES experience is a differential. Knowledge of dealer or franchise law is preferred. Legal 2 - 7 Full-time 2022-09-28

Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will draft, negotiate, and interpret contracts across a wide range of subjects within procurement, including, without limitation, contracts covering equipment purchases, facility services, software licensing, SaaS, and professional services. Advise and provide guidance on legal risks and exposures, providing creative and legally sound solutions for risk mitigation and resolving issues presented in contract negotiations. Identify issues and partner with applicable subject matter experts for guidance, including, but not limited to the following: other in-house attorneys (ex. Cox employment, litigation, and IP counsel teams), Supply Chain, Information Security, Privacy, Risk Management, Finance, and internal business stakeholders to ensure exceptional legal service and anticipate special needs during contract negotiations. Must be able to work across different Cox affiliates (including Cox affiliate legal departments) to align with their company directives and goals. Provide legal counsel and advice to ensure compliance with laws and regulations applicable to supply chain operations in coordination with subject matter experts, including state privacy laws and regulatory requirements. Engage and manage outside counsel in an effective and efficient manner. Establish and maintain detailed knowledge of Cox's products/services/brands. Develop and implement contract template updates, with a focus on creating a more efficient contracting process.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a J.D. degree and a member in good standing of at least one state bar. 4+ years of legal experience as a practicing attorney, with a strong emphasis on transactional practice. In-house and supply chain experience preferred, but not required. Proven experience drafting and negotiating a wide variety of commercial agreements in a fast-paced environment. Experience in the communications, automotive, and/or technology industry is a plus. Ability to manage outside counsel. A business-minded attorney with strong initiative, excellent client counseling, collaboration, and problem-solving skills. A business partner, who likes working side-by-side with business teams and is receptive to all views and feedback. A strong work ethic and the ability to prioritize and follow through on numerous projects simultaneously. Other duties as needed or required.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-23

Corporate Counsel - Supply Chain

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel - Supply Chain The candidate will draft, negotiate, and interpret contracts across a wide range of subjects within procurement, including, without limitation, contracts covering equipment purchases, facility services, software licensing, SaaS, and professional services. Advise and provide guidance on legal risks and exposures, providing creative and legally sound solutions for risk mitigation and to resolve issues presented in contract negotiations. Identify issues and partner with applicable subject matter experts for guidance, including, but not limited to the following: other in-house attorneys (ex. employment, litigation, and IP counsel teams), Supply Chain, Information Security, Privacy, Risk Management, Finance, and internal business stakeholders to ensure exceptional legal service and anticipate special needs during contract negotiations. Must be able to work across different affiliates (including affiliate legal departments) to align with their company directives and goals. Provide legal counsel and advice to ensure compliance with laws and regulations applicable to supply chain operations in coordination with subject matter experts, including state privacy laws and regulatory requirements. Engage and manage outside counsel in an effective and efficient manner. Establish and maintain detailed knowledge of Cox's products/services/brands. Develop and implement contract template updates, with a focus on creating a more efficient contracting process. Personality fit: A growth mentality and "can-do" attitude; sense of humor; calm and cool under pressure. A J.D. degree, a member in good standing of at least one state Bar is required. Should have 4+ years of legal experience as a practicing attorney, with a strong emphasis on transactional practice. In-house and supply chain experience preferred. Proven experience drafting and negotiating a wide variety of commercial agreements in a fast-paced environment is needed. Experience in the communications, automotive, and/or technology industry is a plus. Should have the ability to manage outside counsel. Business-minded attorney with strong initiative, excellent client counseling, collaboration, and problem-solving skills. A business partner, who likes working side-by-side with business teams and is receptive to all views and feedback. Should have focus on client needs with a commitment to timing, quality, and client service. Should have strong work ethic and the ability to prioritize and follow through on numerous projects simultaneously. Other duties as needed or required. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-23

Corporate Counsel, Global Enterprise Segment

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel, Global Enterprise Segment The candidate will support legal peers and clients as an integral part of the Americas Legal Team and GES Legal Team. Will serve as primary legal support to GES business & account teams, including reviewing RFP terms and conditions, drafting and negotiating commercial sales contracts (direct and partner-based) and assisting in the review of RFPs. Agreement types include RFP/RFIs, product and services agreements, data privacy agreements, data security agreements, NDAs, trial or evaluation agreements, donation agreements, strategic MOU, and letters of agreement. Serve as a trusted advisor to GES sales leaders and other business functions on a range of legal and business issues that arise as part of the sale of the Firm's hardware, software and cloud offerings. Analyze and help resolve business and legal issues through responsive, clear, practical legal and strategic guidance. Provide guidance and training to sales clients and support functions on key legal issues impacting GES. Provide guidance on ethics and compliance matters, including proactively identifying and working to resolve potential antitrust issues. Participate in global, cross-functional teams working on continuous process improvement initiatives across Legal Sales and Marketing and the larger Legal department.

The candidate should have 4+ years of experience working in an environment focused on technology, software and services and will be familiar with the operational, legal and business issues presented by selling products, software and services, particularly in a Software as a Service model. Must have proven ability to negotiate and draft complex agreements to a specific goal with minimal supervision. A creative mentality with the ability to use design thinking and other tools to innovate and problem solve is required. Must have practical experience in RFP review, issue spotting and responses; drafting and negotiating a variety of legal documents associated with doing business in a commercial market including product sales and services contracts (direct and reseller), data privacy agreements, and data security agreements. Ability to operate efficiently in an environment heavily dependent on e-enabled tools and communications systems, including high proficiency in and effective use of basic desktop applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) is required. Must have knowledge of Firms' technology, industry and strategic direction.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-23

Principal Corporate Counsel - Product Legal

Atlanta GA Principal Corporate Counsel - Product Legal The candidate will be providing legal advice on intellectual property, data privacy and security, market access, route to market and applicable regulatory frameworks and issues. Will be building and maintaining strong relationships with product development and engineering teams and advising multiple levels of management, with a clear risk balancing and business enablement focus. Developing legal strategy for the MIG business unit in collaboration with other Legal team members and the business. Developing a strong understanding of product functionality and applicable legal/regulatory limitations, including for a growing software and SaaS portfolio and traditional on-premise hardware offers. Reviewing and negotiating agreements with strategic partners, vendors, customers and standards bodies, including sales, OEM, marketplace, alliance, joint marketing and co-development agreements. Building cross-functional relationships with operations, finance, supply chain, communications, marketing, security and trust, government affairs and other members of the Legal team to drive and support product development, including for product launches, external communications and key partnerships. Assisting with acquisition integration and/or divestiture of products, services and technologies.

The candidate should have State Bar membership in good standing. Must have 6+ years of relevant legal experience, in-house or law firm; experience working with service provider customers is a plus. Proven knowledge of intellectual property contracting and product development issues, including open source, data privacy and security, software and SaaS competency, and go-to-market experience; CIPP/E certification is a plus. Must have strong collaboration skills for a close partnership with product management and engineering teams to develop a deep understanding of the product portfolio. Should have significant experience negotiating complex licensing arrangements and working with strategic partners, including OEMs, ecosystem alliances, and co-development third parties.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-22

Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel The candidate drafts, reviews and negotiates a variety of complex agreements with clients and partners; including life sciences companies, laboratory and radiology companies, billing companies, CROs, payors and advertising agencies. These including MSAs, SOWs, license agreements, SAS agreements, TPAs, data use agreements, clinical study agreements; retrospective study agreements; and user consents. Supports the Veradigm Business Unit including Provider and the Life Sciences teams which includes transactional and product advisory work including the following: Advises on implementation of commercial arrangements within the EHR; Works on research and study agreements and implementation; Provides advice on the EULA and review, draft, revise the EULA, including click through agreements and consents within the EHR; Works with the design team on questions related to features/functionality; and Advises marketing in connection with public facing content. Identifies and escalates compliance issues. Advises company regarding business risk issues. All other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Should have 4 years of experience practicing law. Undergraduate degree and JD (must be from an accredited law school). Admitted to at least one State Bar in the United States. Commercial contracting experience with healthcare, information technology and/or life sciences. Knowledge of general corporate and compliance issues. Preferred candidate will be a self-starter with exceptional organizational skills. Prior in-house experience is preferred. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-22

Senior Corporate Counsel - Usps Legal

Atlanta GA Senior Corporate Counsel - USPS Legal Duties: Support the Company's State, Local and Education sales operation, as an integral part of the U.S. Public Sector Legal Team and serve as primary legal focal point for the SLED West Area. Provide transactional legal support to SLED business & account teams, including RFP terms and conditions review, issue spotting in a variety of situations, drafting and negotiating contracts (direct and partner-based). Agreement types include direct contract vehicles, RFP/RFIs, product and services agreements, data privacy agreements, data security agreements, NDAs, trial or evaluation agreements, donation agreements, strategic MOU's and letters of agreement. Serve as a trusted advisor to senior sales management and other business functions on a range of legal and business issues that may arise as part of the sale of the Company's hardware, software and cloud offerings within the SLED Area. Analyze and help to resolve business and legal issues through clear, practical legal and strategic guidance. Provide guidance on ethics and compliance matters, including lobbying issues. Facilitate discussions with outside counsel as needed on those issues. Provide legal analysis of Education requirements including E-Rate regulations, FERPA, and other state specific education laws. Provide guidance and training to clients and organizations on key legal issues that impact the business. Participate on global, cross-functional teams working on key continuous process improvement initiatives across Legal Sales and Marketing.

Qualifications: Attorney with 7+ years of experience working in an environment focused on technology, software and services. Familiar with the operational, legal, and business issues presented by selling products, software and services, particularly in a Software as a Service model. Ability to negotiate and draft complex agreements to a specific goal with little supervision. Creative mentality with the ability to use design thinking and other tools to innovate and problem solve. Practical experience in public sector RFP review, issue spotting and responses; drafting and negotiating a variety of legal documents associated with doing business in a public sector market including product sales and services contracts (direct and reseller), data privacy and data security agreements. Experience providing guidance on compliance matters, particularly in the public sector. Detailed knowledge of commercial, contract and business law. Knowledge of intellectual property and data protection law. Understanding of and experience applying revenue recognition and other financial principles common to a US-based publicly traded company is a plus. Significant experience negotiating business transactions, including complex business transactions. Ability to read and understand complex contracts. Ability to draft language for a broad range of issues and contracts, including licensing, warranties, data protection, indemnities and limitations of liability. Ability to operate optimally in a team environment and pursue common goals. Commitment to deliver exceptional customer service to internal clients and external customers, including anticipating and responding to customer/client requirements and consistently meet commitments. Ability to be a change agent and readily adopt new and innovative approaches. Exceptional executive presence and communications skills. Ability to operate efficiently in an environment heavily dependent on e-enabled tools and communications systems, including high proficiency in and effective use of basic desktop applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel). Knowledge of the Company's technology, industry and strategic direction.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-22

Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide legal support to Porsche Financial Services and its subsidiaries on issues including, but not limited to, servicing, credit funding and underwriting, collections, credit reporting, and marketing. Advise on federal and state financial services regulatory compliance including Truth in Lending Act, Consumer Leasing Act, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Dodd-Frank, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act. Define for client the evolving data privacy requirements applicable to PFS and its customers across all business lines. Provide innovative legal analysis on emerging mobility solutions and digitalization. Support treasury department in capital markets transactions, including asset-backed securitizations. Manage and or assist PFS General Counsel with litigation, develop and execute case assessment and strategic litigation plans, oversee outside counsel and attend hearings and settlement conferences. Advise on insurance regulations and licensing. Draft, review and update PFS forms, customer correspondence, and marketing materials to ensure compliance with applicable federal and state laws. Draft and negotiate service agreements, vendor agreements, technology contracts, non-disclosure agreements, and other commercial contracts. Assist PFS General Counsel with corporate governance matters. Reports to PFS General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. Interacts regularly with PFS Compliance and Operational Departments.

Qualifications: College degree, J.D., membership in State Bar. Should have 5-10 years of legal experience with an emphasis on banking or financial services. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Must be able to handle many concurrent tasks on a timely basis with minimal supervision. Ability to meet deadlines, adherence to details, and reporting requirements.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2022-09-17

Managing Chief Counsel, Governance & Shareholder Engagement, And Assistant Corporate Secretary

Atlanta GA Managing Chief Counsel, Governance and Shareholder Engagement, and Assistant Corporate Secretary The candidate will work with Corporate Secretary to manage, implement and optimize the practices of the corporate secretarial team. Coordinate and assist in the operations of the corporate secretarial function (organizing agendas, logistics, minute drafting, preparing presentations, and execution of Board, Committee, and annual shareholders meeting etc.) Respond to shareholder inquiries and conduct proactive outreach to key shareholders. Organize and engage in biannual governance roadshows, coordinating with investor relations, communications, executive compensation, the Chief Counsel, Sustainability and other stakeholders. Engage with ISS or Glass Lewis as appropriate. Lead development of proxy statement disclosure strategy, working with other Corporate Governance and Transactions team members, investor relations, communications, the Global Impact Organization and other stakeholders. Coordinate proxy statement preparation and draft governance sections. Manage shareholder proposals and responses, including no action requests. Monitor developments relevant to corporate governance, proxy statements and shareholder engagement, including best practices and trend developments. Provide assignments, advice and guidance to direct reports. Should have 10+ years as a practicing attorney and 6+ years of experience in public company governance matters. In-house experience is strongly preferred. Juris Doctor degree or equivalent. Admitted to practice before a State Bar, with an active license in good standing. Ability to lead team, providing an appropriate balance of autonomy and support. Knowledge of SEC and NYSE rules and related considerations, particularly as applied to board composition, director independence, conflicts, related person transactions, and proxy statement disclosures. Proficiency in communicating with executives, directors, shareholders and other stakeholders. Efficiency in working both independently and collaboratively, with a record of developing strong working relationships in a matrixed enterprise environment. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-14
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Corporate Counsel, Product Legal
Refer job# ZFJQ170758
 
Corporate Counsel, Product Legal The candidate will draft and approve term sheets, definitive agreements, and exhibits related to strategic initiatives and partnerships. Will review and negotiate complex agreements with service providers and technology partners. Engage and manage Outside Counsel for negotiations that require oversight, such as those with significant regulatory risk. Draft templates and playbooks for strategic partnership agreements and serve as subject matter expert on transactions. Provide guidance to executives, engineers and product managers on issues related to new and existing services, products, and features throughout the entire product lifecycle. Serve as a resident expert and resource on issues related to SaaS product lifecycle and data protection as these topics relate to our commerce, marketing, advertising and social media products and services. Provide strategic and timely client training on relevant issues and processes.

The candidate should have Law degree and admitted to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. A related degree required. Must have 4-5 years combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department, including experience negotiating and drafting technology agreements. Must be familiar with key regulatory requirements in the SaaS space, including privacy and data protection issues and intellectual property. In-house experience at a technology company, with significant transactional and product counseling experience is preferred. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) is a plus. Well-grounded knowledge of intellectual property law is preferred. Substantive expertise in laws governing commerce, payments, marketing and advertising law (e.g., TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, GDPR, CCPA, E-Privacy) is desired. Should preferably have substantive expertise in laws governing cookies and other tracking technologies.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VEUN170728
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will assist the on a wide range of legal issues, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating various commercial agreements such as Distributor Agreements, Component Supply Agreements and Guarantees. Instruct and liaise with external legal counsel in respect of product liability claims. Interface with various parts of the business at all levels to advice on legal matters using solid and correct judgment. Prepare, review, negotiate, and advise on legal contracts and agreements between the company and any external or internal vendors/customers. Research and analyze laws and regulations for company clients and provides opinion on legal risks and mitigation associated with the company business activities. Be the Legal lead as it relates to Contract Lifecycle Management, developing contract templates, negotiating legal provisions in agreements, and interacting with the Purchasing department and other business units. Manage outside counsel where necessary and review legal publications and pending legislation to advise management of changes that impact the company. Provide guidance on compliance matters, work with affiliates in intercompany business issues and provide legal counseling, education, and training as needed. JD degree is required. Should have 2-7 years experience as practicing attorney. Membership of State Bar is required (Georgia Bar license is preferred). Knowledge of US and Canadian privacy laws and compliance requirements LES experience is a differential. Knowledge of dealer or franchise law is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KAJI170558
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will draft, negotiate, and interpret contracts across a wide range of subjects within procurement, including, without limitation, contracts covering equipment purchases, facility services, software licensing, SaaS, and professional services. Advise and provide guidance on legal risks and exposures, providing creative and legally sound solutions for risk mitigation and resolving issues presented in contract negotiations. Identify issues and partner with applicable subject matter experts for guidance, including, but not limited to the following: other in-house attorneys (ex. Cox employment, litigation, and IP counsel teams), Supply Chain, Information Security, Privacy, Risk Management, Finance, and internal business stakeholders to ensure exceptional legal service and anticipate special needs during contract negotiations. Must be able to work across different Cox affiliates (including Cox affiliate legal departments) to align with their company directives and goals. Provide legal counsel and advice to ensure compliance with laws and regulations applicable to supply chain operations in coordination with subject matter experts, including state privacy laws and regulatory requirements. Engage and manage outside counsel in an effective and efficient manner. Establish and maintain detailed knowledge of Cox's products/services/brands. Develop and implement contract template updates, with a focus on creating a more efficient contracting process.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a J.D. degree and a member in good standing of at least one state bar. 4+ years of legal experience as a practicing attorney, with a strong emphasis on transactional practice. In-house and supply chain experience preferred, but not required. Proven experience drafting and negotiating a wide variety of commercial agreements in a fast-paced environment. Experience in the communications, automotive, and/or technology industry is a plus. Ability to manage outside counsel. A business-minded attorney with strong initiative, excellent client counseling, collaboration, and problem-solving skills. A business partner, who likes working side-by-side with business teams and is receptive to all views and feedback. A strong work ethic and the ability to prioritize and follow through on numerous projects simultaneously. Other duties as needed or required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel - Supply Chain
Refer job# TEPC170560
 
Corporate Counsel - Supply Chain The candidate will draft, negotiate, and interpret contracts across a wide range of subjects within procurement, including, without limitation, contracts covering equipment purchases, facility services, software licensing, SaaS, and professional services. Advise and provide guidance on legal risks and exposures, providing creative and legally sound solutions for risk mitigation and to resolve issues presented in contract negotiations. Identify issues and partner with applicable subject matter experts for guidance, including, but not limited to the following: other in-house attorneys (ex. employment, litigation, and IP counsel teams), Supply Chain, Information Security, Privacy, Risk Management, Finance, and internal business stakeholders to ensure exceptional legal service and anticipate special needs during contract negotiations. Must be able to work across different affiliates (including affiliate legal departments) to align with their company directives and goals. Provide legal counsel and advice to ensure compliance with laws and regulations applicable to supply chain operations in coordination with subject matter experts, including state privacy laws and regulatory requirements. Engage and manage outside counsel in an effective and efficient manner. Establish and maintain detailed knowledge of Cox's products/services/brands. Develop and implement contract template updates, with a focus on creating a more efficient contracting process. Personality fit: A growth mentality and "can-do" attitude; sense of humor; calm and cool under pressure. A J.D. degree, a member in good standing of at least one state Bar is required. Should have 4+ years of legal experience as a practicing attorney, with a strong emphasis on transactional practice. In-house and supply chain experience preferred. Proven experience drafting and negotiating a wide variety of commercial agreements in a fast-paced environment is needed. Experience in the communications, automotive, and/or technology industry is a plus. Should have the ability to manage outside counsel. Business-minded attorney with strong initiative, excellent client counseling, collaboration, and problem-solving skills. A business partner, who likes working side-by-side with business teams and is receptive to all views and feedback. Should have focus on client needs with a commitment to timing, quality, and client service. Should have strong work ethic and the ability to prioritize and follow through on numerous projects simultaneously. Other duties as needed or required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Global Enterprise Segment
Refer job# FIZC170579
 
Corporate Counsel, Global Enterprise Segment The candidate will support legal peers and clients as an integral part of the Americas Legal Team and GES Legal Team. Will serve as primary legal support to GES business & account teams, including reviewing RFP terms and conditions, drafting and negotiating commercial sales contracts (direct and partner-based) and assisting in the review of RFPs. Agreement types include RFP/RFIs, product and services agreements, data privacy agreements, data security agreements, NDAs, trial or evaluation agreements, donation agreements, strategic MOU, and letters of agreement. Serve as a trusted advisor to GES sales leaders and other business functions on a range of legal and business issues that arise as part of the sale of the Firm's hardware, software and cloud offerings. Analyze and help resolve business and legal issues through responsive, clear, practical legal and strategic guidance. Provide guidance and training to sales clients and support functions on key legal issues impacting GES. Provide guidance on ethics and compliance matters, including proactively identifying and working to resolve potential antitrust issues. Participate in global, cross-functional teams working on continuous process improvement initiatives across Legal Sales and Marketing and the larger Legal department.

The candidate should have 4+ years of experience working in an environment focused on technology, software and services and will be familiar with the operational, legal and business issues presented by selling products, software and services, particularly in a Software as a Service model. Must have proven ability to negotiate and draft complex agreements to a specific goal with minimal supervision. A creative mentality with the ability to use design thinking and other tools to innovate and problem solve is required. Must have practical experience in RFP review, issue spotting and responses; drafting and negotiating a variety of legal documents associated with doing business in a commercial market including product sales and services contracts (direct and reseller), data privacy agreements, and data security agreements. Ability to operate efficiently in an environment heavily dependent on e-enabled tools and communications systems, including high proficiency in and effective use of basic desktop applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel) is required. Must have knowledge of Firms' technology, industry and strategic direction.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Principal Corporate Counsel - Product Legal
Refer job# UVZR170532
 
Principal Corporate Counsel - Product Legal The candidate will be providing legal advice on intellectual property, data privacy and security, market access, route to market and applicable regulatory frameworks and issues. Will be building and maintaining strong relationships with product development and engineering teams and advising multiple levels of management, with a clear risk balancing and business enablement focus. Developing legal strategy for the MIG business unit in collaboration with other Legal team members and the business. Developing a strong understanding of product functionality and applicable legal/regulatory limitations, including for a growing software and SaaS portfolio and traditional on-premise hardware offers. Reviewing and negotiating agreements with strategic partners, vendors, customers and standards bodies, including sales, OEM, marketplace, alliance, joint marketing and co-development agreements. Building cross-functional relationships with operations, finance, supply chain, communications, marketing, security and trust, government affairs and other members of the Legal team to drive and support product development, including for product launches, external communications and key partnerships. Assisting with acquisition integration and/or divestiture of products, services and technologies.

The candidate should have State Bar membership in good standing. Must have 6+ years of relevant legal experience, in-house or law firm; experience working with service provider customers is a plus. Proven knowledge of intellectual property contracting and product development issues, including open source, data privacy and security, software and SaaS competency, and go-to-market experience; CIPP/E certification is a plus. Must have strong collaboration skills for a close partnership with product management and engineering teams to develop a deep understanding of the product portfolio. Should have significant experience negotiating complex licensing arrangements and working with strategic partners, including OEMs, ecosystem alliances, and co-development third parties.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PHWJ170539
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate drafts, reviews and negotiates a variety of complex agreements with clients and partners; including life sciences companies, laboratory and radiology companies, billing companies, CROs, payors and advertising agencies. These including MSAs, SOWs, license agreements, SAS agreements, TPAs, data use agreements, clinical study agreements; retrospective study agreements; and user consents. Supports the Veradigm Business Unit including Provider and the Life Sciences teams which includes transactional and product advisory work including the following: Advises on implementation of commercial arrangements within the EHR; Works on research and study agreements and implementation; Provides advice on the EULA and review, draft, revise the EULA, including click through agreements and consents within the EHR; Works with the design team on questions related to features/functionality; and Advises marketing in connection with public facing content. Identifies and escalates compliance issues. Advises company regarding business risk issues. All other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Should have 4 years of experience practicing law. Undergraduate degree and JD (must be from an accredited law school). Admitted to at least one State Bar in the United States. Commercial contracting experience with healthcare, information technology and/or life sciences. Knowledge of general corporate and compliance issues. Preferred candidate will be a self-starter with exceptional organizational skills. Prior in-house experience is preferred.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Usps Legal
Refer job# PMKR170544
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - USPS Legal Duties: Support the Company's State, Local and Education sales operation, as an integral part of the U.S. Public Sector Legal Team and serve as primary legal focal point for the SLED West Area. Provide transactional legal support to SLED business & account teams, including RFP terms and conditions review, issue spotting in a variety of situations, drafting and negotiating contracts (direct and partner-based). Agreement types include direct contract vehicles, RFP/RFIs, product and services agreements, data privacy agreements, data security agreements, NDAs, trial or evaluation agreements, donation agreements, strategic MOU's and letters of agreement. Serve as a trusted advisor to senior sales management and other business functions on a range of legal and business issues that may arise as part of the sale of the Company's hardware, software and cloud offerings within the SLED Area. Analyze and help to resolve business and legal issues through clear, practical legal and strategic guidance. Provide guidance on ethics and compliance matters, including lobbying issues. Facilitate discussions with outside counsel as needed on those issues. Provide legal analysis of Education requirements including E-Rate regulations, FERPA, and other state specific education laws. Provide guidance and training to clients and organizations on key legal issues that impact the business. Participate on global, cross-functional teams working on key continuous process improvement initiatives across Legal Sales and Marketing.

Qualifications: Attorney with 7+ years of experience working in an environment focused on technology, software and services. Familiar with the operational, legal, and business issues presented by selling products, software and services, particularly in a Software as a Service model. Ability to negotiate and draft complex agreements to a specific goal with little supervision. Creative mentality with the ability to use design thinking and other tools to innovate and problem solve. Practical experience in public sector RFP review, issue spotting and responses; drafting and negotiating a variety of legal documents associated with doing business in a public sector market including product sales and services contracts (direct and reseller), data privacy and data security agreements. Experience providing guidance on compliance matters, particularly in the public sector. Detailed knowledge of commercial, contract and business law. Knowledge of intellectual property and data protection law. Understanding of and experience applying revenue recognition and other financial principles common to a US-based publicly traded company is a plus. Significant experience negotiating business transactions, including complex business transactions. Ability to read and understand complex contracts. Ability to draft language for a broad range of issues and contracts, including licensing, warranties, data protection, indemnities and limitations of liability. Ability to operate optimally in a team environment and pursue common goals. Commitment to deliver exceptional customer service to internal clients and external customers, including anticipating and responding to customer/client requirements and consistently meet commitments. Ability to be a change agent and readily adopt new and innovative approaches. Exceptional executive presence and communications skills. Ability to operate efficiently in an environment heavily dependent on e-enabled tools and communications systems, including high proficiency in and effective use of basic desktop applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel). Knowledge of the Company's technology, industry and strategic direction.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TPHD170489
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide legal support to Porsche Financial Services and its subsidiaries on issues including, but not limited to, servicing, credit funding and underwriting, collections, credit reporting, and marketing. Advise on federal and state financial services regulatory compliance including Truth in Lending Act, Consumer Leasing Act, Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, Dodd-Frank, Fair Credit Reporting Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act. Define for client the evolving data privacy requirements applicable to PFS and its customers across all business lines. Provide innovative legal analysis on emerging mobility solutions and digitalization. Support treasury department in capital markets transactions, including asset-backed securitizations. Manage and or assist PFS General Counsel with litigation, develop and execute case assessment and strategic litigation plans, oversee outside counsel and attend hearings and settlement conferences. Advise on insurance regulations and licensing. Draft, review and update PFS forms, customer correspondence, and marketing materials to ensure compliance with applicable federal and state laws. Draft and negotiate service agreements, vendor agreements, technology contracts, non-disclosure agreements, and other commercial contracts. Assist PFS General Counsel with corporate governance matters. Reports to PFS General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. Interacts regularly with PFS Compliance and Operational Departments.

Qualifications: College degree, J.D., membership in State Bar. Should have 5-10 years of legal experience with an emphasis on banking or financial services. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Must be able to handle many concurrent tasks on a timely basis with minimal supervision. Ability to meet deadlines, adherence to details, and reporting requirements.
 
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Managing Chief Counsel, Governance & Shareholder Engagement, And Assistant Corporate Secretary
Refer job# HEOZ170416
 
Managing Chief Counsel, Governance and Shareholder Engagement, and Assistant Corporate Secretary The candidate will work with Corporate Secretary to manage, implement and optimize the practices of the corporate secretarial team. Coordinate and assist in the operations of the corporate secretarial function (organizing agendas, logistics, minute drafting, preparing presentations, and execution of Board, Committee, and annual shareholders meeting etc.) Respond to shareholder inquiries and conduct proactive outreach to key shareholders. Organize and engage in biannual governance roadshows, coordinating with investor relations, communications, executive compensation, the Chief Counsel, Sustainability and other stakeholders. Engage with ISS or Glass Lewis as appropriate. Lead development of proxy statement disclosure strategy, working with other Corporate Governance and Transactions team members, investor relations, communications, the Global Impact Organization and other stakeholders. Coordinate proxy statement preparation and draft governance sections. Manage shareholder proposals and responses, including no action requests. Monitor developments relevant to corporate governance, proxy statements and shareholder engagement, including best practices and trend developments. Provide assignments, advice and guidance to direct reports. Should have 10+ years as a practicing attorney and 6+ years of experience in public company governance matters. In-house experience is strongly preferred. Juris Doctor degree or equivalent. Admitted to practice before a State Bar, with an active license in good standing. Ability to lead team, providing an appropriate balance of autonomy and support. Knowledge of SEC and NYSE rules and related considerations, particularly as applied to board composition, director independence, conflicts, related person transactions, and proxy statement disclosures. Proficiency in communicating with executives, directors, shareholders and other stakeholders. Efficiency in working both independently and collaboratively, with a record of developing strong working relationships in a matrixed enterprise environment.
 
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