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Corporate Counsel

Chicago IL Corporate Counsel The candidate will be reviewing and preparing complex commercial agreements, including SaaS, professional services, consulting, vendor, data processing and affiliate agreements, as well as a wide variety of other types of contracts, with global and regional scope. Working closely with business partners in Sales, Products, Services, IT and other organizations at to successfully and efficiently close transactions consistent with's policies and best interests. Providing other legal services and advice to the company as requested. Should be a U.S. licensed attorney, admitted to practice and in good standing in one or more states in the United States, with a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience (ideally including experience working as in-house counsel). Experience working with an internal sales organization on B2B contracts is required; experience in the software industry (including SaaS/cloud offerings) or at a technology company is highly desirable. Strong negotiation skills and demonstrated ability to understand and clearly communicate complex legal issues to business teams and counterparties. Working knowledge of data privacy and security requirements is desirable. Experience handling intellectual property issues is desirable. Experience working in a fast-paced/high-growth environment is preferred. Confident, proactive and self-disciplined, with proven problem-solving skills and use of good judgment. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-29

Director Corporate Counsel, Growth And Partnerships

Decatur IL Director Corporate Counsel, Growth and Partnerships Duties: Review, provide analysis, draft, and negotiate a variety of supplier and supply chain agreements (with a focus on global distribution systems, third-party technology and service agreements, preferred supplier agreements, reseller and referral agreements). Liaise with supplier contacts and/or their legal and compliance counterparts on commercial negotiations or other inquiries (e.g data privacy etc). Partner with CWT's business teams in driving forward strategic legal initiatives (e.g streamlining, governance, and risk management frameworks). Assist with the creation, roll-out, and maintenance of template agreements and help to disseminate know-how relating to legal procedures and processes via CWT's electronic contracting platform), with business objectives of achieving profitability goals while maintaining adherence to global policies, and risk limits, and country laws. Assist with the preparation of training materials and delivery of training to the business teams on processes, templates, and hot topics. Assist in the research and advisory groups on legal and regulatory matters that impact the Partnerships Team and/or Growth organization (e.g regulatory updates in the hotel distribution business, personalization, etc). Maintain, contribute to, and update the legal team's online contract database, template library, and intranet resources for lawyers and internal business contacts. Participate in additional projects with the wider legal & compliance team, as required. Support strong cross-team relationships by displaying appropriate professionalism and efficiency in communications and dealing with internal clients and colleagues. Engage and collaborate with regional legal counsel (in particular where contracts are in the local language) providing oversight, interpretation, and support to align with global strategy, policies, and guidelines. Proactively meet and manage deadlines, communicating case progress/status/escalation issues to manager and business teams, as appropriate. Manage outside counsel, ensuring best value advice for the business within budgetary constraints.

Qualifications: University degree. Law degree. Authorized to practice law and in good standing. 5+ years of practicing either in a law firm with a focus on commercial and technology contracts or inhouse with a corporation. Travel industry experience is preferred. Experience in working in an international environment is preferred. Act with integrity. Growth mindset. Confident, clear, and open communicator. Able to work and communicate sensitively in a cross-functional and multicultural environment. Team player, willing to work flexibly and creatively with a positive, can-do attitude. Comfortable engaging with internal and external clients and other stakeholders on legal matters. Strong verbal, written communication, and listening skills. Strong negotiation and drafting capabilities. Accuracy and attention to detail. Discretion with confidential information. Self-starter who is able to work independently and autonomously, as well as part of a team.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-27

Counsel Corporate Development

Chicago IL Counsel - Corporate Development Duties: Draft, review, analyze and negotiate strategic partnerships, joint ventures, equity investments, targeted acquisitions and divestitures, and other corporate transactions. Engage in activities relating to corporate transactions, including participation in due diligence. Strategic dialogue with company partners with respect to transaction-related decision-making, strategic processes, and issue resolution. Proactively supporting the entire transaction process, including by leading, drafting and negotiating key transaction documentation, providing legal advice and counsel to the Corporate Development group and other internal departments, and coordinating and leading all aspects of internal and external project teams to ensure the successful completion and integration of transactions. Anticipate, identify, and manage risk and liability exposure. Provide practical, compliance and strategic legal advice and counsel to internal clients on a variety of matters as issues arise. Strategically and in a cost-effective manner, manage and partner with outside counsel to ensure execution and delivery of high-quality work product. Lead all aspects of and manage certain other critical initiatives that are deemed important to the growth and prospects of the Company.

Qualifications: Doctor of Jurisprudence degree. Bar admission and an active member in good standing in at least one state. Should have 3 years of practice with a law firm or large multinational company with considerable experience supporting sophisticated corporate development and transactions. Broad knowledge of corporate subject areas including corporate law, contract law, M&A, joint ventures, and equity investments, among others. Excellent analytical skills and the ability to render persuasive, diplomatic, practical, and creative legal advice in a timely fashion. Excellent eye for business with the judgment and ability to advise on legal issues within the business context. Excellent written and oral communication skills, especially of complex issues. Excellent interpersonal skills and planning/organization abilities. Effective problem-solving and decision-making skills. Ability to handle multiple priorities and handle high-pressure situations with timely deadlines. Preferred Qualifications: Previous in-house airline experience. Knowledge of the aviation/airline industry. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc. Knowledge of federal securities laws, aircraft purchase and sale agreements, fuel supply purchase agreements, loyalty, and revenue management technology service agreements, among others.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-26

Vp, Corporate Counsel, Private Funds

Naperville IL VP, Corporate Counsel, Private Funds Duties: Represent the firm's Chief Investment Office in connection with its $519 billion portfolios, including over $13.5 billion of alternative asset investments. Representation of the company in the review of private placement memoranda, conducting due diligence and negotiation of limited partnership agreements; side letters; subscription agreements; and applicable consents and amendments. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of co-investments with private equity managers. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of the transfer of limited partnership interests in connection with affiliated limited partnership interest transfers and secondary transactions. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of debt and financing agreements with respect to Impact Investments. Collaborate with the company attorneys on tax, ERISA, insurance company investment restrictions, and other related regulatory matters relevant to private equity and debt investment. Collaborate with the company Compliance personnel on compliance matters relevant to private equity, real estate, and debt investments. Provide legal advice to the AAG regarding current legal developments affecting private equity, real estate, and hedge fund investment activity.

Qualifications: Law degree required; admission to the Bar of at least one state, and will need to obtain the New Jersey Corporate Counsel licenses if not admitted to the New Jersey Bar; have 5-12+ years of relevant investment, securities and funds law experience. Expertise in private funds regulation by the SEC and CFTC, and relevant transaction documentation is required. Exceptional analytical, writing, and speaking skills, as well as solid organizational and planning skills, are required. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with various levels of personnel, including senior management. Recent experience in major private equity, hedge fund, or a large law firm is preferred; attorneys currently employed at financial institutions will be considered. Must be able to work independently on complex transactions and will primarily support Alternative Assets Group ( AAG ) in all phases of buy-side  private equity, real estate, and hedge fund investment.
Legal 5 - 12 Full-time 2022-07-23

Corporate Attorney

Chicago IL Corporate Attorney The candidate will negotiate, draft and review transportation contracts and commercial contracts. Advise management on existing transportation regulations and train management on upcoming changes in transportation laws. Advise on cargo claims and assist in resolving cargo disputes. Communicate with management on risks and challenges facing the company and provide practical solutions. Should have a background in multiple areas of the law, with particular experience drafting, reviewing, and negotiating commercial contracts, including transportation and logistics contracts, NDAs, Saas agreements, service contracts, and licensing agreements. May also be asked to assist in resolving payment disputes, cargo claims, and other transportation-related issues.?Should have excellent analytical, writing, and communications skills and the energy, drive, and desire to work in a role that requires prioritizing and managing multiple tasks. Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and in good standing with the Illinois bar; 2-5 years of experience drafting, revising, and negotiating commercial contracts; background in transportation contract negotiations. Must be well-organized, detail-oriented, and possess superior written and oral communication skills. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and able to manage multiple tasks in a short time frame. Must be self-motivated to meet deadlines. Law firm and in-house experience preferred. Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2022-07-23

Corporate Counsel

Westchester IL Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will partner with the Senior Corporate Counsel and global legal colleagues to provide legal advice and support across multiple functional areas, including Product Development, Finance, Sales, IT, Marketing, and HR for Brainlab, and its US-based subsidiaries. Review, draft and negotiate a variety of contracts, including medical device capital sales agreements, software license agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and partnership and vendor contracts. Support and assist in IP portfolio management, risk management, corporate governance, and corporate compliance. Address data privacy issues. Effectively communicate complex legal concepts.

Qualifications: The candidate should have J.D. from an accredited law school; must be licensed to practice law in at least one state. 4+ years' relevant experience; In-house experience preferred. Experience with software licensing is required. Medical device experience preferred. Exceptional attention to detail. Self-starter with the ability to work under pressure, manage multiple projects and competing priorities, and meet deadlines. Ability to work and collaborate in a team environment. Strong competency in drafting and negotiating a broad range of commercial contracts. Proficiency in communicating. Should with team members in a clear and practical manner interest and aptitude in becoming a corporate generalist. Ability to serve as a trusted team member across all functions.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-23

Senior Corporate Counsel, Labor & Employment

Chicago IL Senior Corporate Counsel, Labor & Employment The candidate will provide legal counseling on matters related to discrimination, retaliation, union relations, performance management, reductions in force, talent acquisition, leaves of absence and accommodations, and EEO/affirmative action. Will prepare templates for and advise on employment agreements, offer letters, separation agreements. Support Americas HR in compliance with state and federal employment laws and workforce objectives, especially as they relate to employee benefits, compensation, rewards, worker classification, and wage & hour. Respond to attorney demands and manage outside counsel on L&E litigation matters as directed by the Assistant General Counsel. Train and advise HR on recent developments in employment laws. Manage external counsel with respect to review and update Americas compensation guidelines, summary plan descriptions and severance programs employment policies and plans, including employee handbooks, and bonus plans. Manages broker agreement review process (including offer letters and separation agreements), working in partnership with internal stakeholders to streamline review process. Perform other related duties as required or requested.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA-accredited law school and a member in good standing of a U.S. State Bar. Must have 5-7 years of labor and employment experience; at least 3 years of which obtained at a major law firm and at least 2 years of which obtained at a major corporation. Must have excellent business judgment with the ability to provide sound legal advice which reflects an understanding of Cushman's overall business objectives. Ability to effectively manage outside counsel and collaborate with internal teams is required. Should have exceptional organization and time management skills with the ability to prioritize, coordinate and satisfy numerous competing demands. Must have strong interpersonal skills and a commitment to professionalism and integrity. Must be self-motivated and able to complete matters without supervision; must be able to work. independently and be execution-oriented. Should have superior written and verbal communication skills.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2022-07-23

Corporate Counsel

Chicago IL Corporate Counsel The candidate will maintain knowledge of legal matters pertaining to contract, privacy and compliance laws. Responsible for compliance with federal, state and local legislation. Review contracts for ambiguities and contemplate potential outcomes and provide creative solutions to business owners. Work closely with sales staff to accurately draft contracts that meet expectations. Provide insight and guidance to management on relevant legal matters. Negotiate legal terms with client & vendor procurement departments. Manage outside counsel on compliance, privacy and other matters where in-house resources expertise is lacking. Manage legal budget. Clearly communicate rationale for decisions to internal customers. Anticipate and mitigate potential legal problems involving the company. Maintain orderly records of contracts and other legal documents. Must be comfortable negotiating contract terms with Fortune 500 clients. Responsible for drafting, redlining, and negotiating with customers/vendors complex terms and agreements, including cloud services agreements, orders, statements of work, and data protection agreements.

The candidate should have 10+ years of experience with technology transactions, enterprise sales, or software-as-a-service (Saas) either at a law firm or in-house, preferably a combination of both. A Juris Doctor from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association. Skilled at proactively identifying issues, providing recommendations and contributing to strategic business conversations. Ability to communicate effectively with various teams throughout the organization, especially sales and account managers. Demonstrated ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, embrace change, work independently and quickly shift priorities in response to a changing business environment. Must be flexible and willing to work extended hours when necessary as the volume of work can vary depending on the sales cycle. Ability to influence and persuade others without express authorization. Experience managing one or more internal lawyers. Knowledge of technology privacy laws such as CCPA, CPRA, GDPR and other privacy related issues. Must have strong written and oral communication skills.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-23

Corporate Counsel, Patent

Chicago IL Corporate Counsel, Patent Responsibilities: Manage prosecution and use of patents relating to the company's Web-based, on-demand application service technologies; maintain technical understanding of the company's research and development initiatives; help develop and implement the company's overall patent strategy; help implement the company's open source initiatives; analyze adversely held patents; investigate and resolve confidentiality matters; and supervise outside patent counsel. Assist Senior Counsel with trademark, false advertising and unfair competition claims; patent acquisitions; inbound and outbound software, application service and intellectual property license agreements with vendors, partners and customers.

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree in technical major such as electrical engineering or computer science or relevant technical experience required. A Law degree from ABA accredited law school is required for attorney applicants. Admission to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office is preferred. Should be admitted to at least one State Bar. 5-8 years of relevant experience, preferably with a combination of patent prosecution and litigation experience. Familiarity with software development and copyright law as it applies to software development and distribution. Significant experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications relating to software and Internet technologies; familiarity with database concepts, Web services, security, Web apps, user interfaces, APIs, big data and analytics, and other Internet technologies is required. Transactional experience is beneficial. Familiarity with a variety of portfolio management tools. Familiarity with international patent prosecution and litigation. Familiarity with common issues for IP and standard setting. Patent Litigation or Patent Litigation Support.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2022-07-21

Corporate Counsel, Global Alliances

Chicago IL Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will review, negotiate, draft and close agreements related to inbound partners such as PS Asset Reseller Agreements, technology agreements, alliance/partnering agreements, and support agreements. Review, negotiate, draft and close agreements related to outbound partners including reseller, service provider, distribution/channel, and referral partner agreements. Global Partner Program team in developing, implementing, and rolling out new programs. Support Global Partner Program in maintaining and updating existing programs. Prepare and maintain standard templates for recurring commercial transactions and to address new business models or legal and business requirements; and counseling and collaborating with procurement, Partner Program team, Partner Enablement team, channel sales, partners, finance, and other business functions as needed to effectively and efficiently accomplish assignments and ensure best practices in various legal areas such as antitrust, intellectual property protection, contract law, and others.

Qualifications: Must possess a Law degree from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing with a State bar in the U.S. 6 years legal experience required. Customer-facing deal negotiation (e.g., sales and deal desk, etc.) is a must. Ability to work cross functionally to drive business priorities and strategies is a must. Substantial experience with top rated law firm or major high technology company preferrable. Demonstrated attention to detail, a good communicator, organized and possess excellent drafting skills. Must have positive, problem-solving, business focused attitude with good judgment prioritizing workload in fast paced environment. Must be a team player also able to self-start and work independently. Ability to travel (travel requirements are variable but typically less than 5% per year). Must be customer-centric and have the ability to lead business negotiations (internal and external) and assist clients in meeting their objectives. International experience and language skills will also be taken into consideration.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-20
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Senior Principal Compliance Specialist, Fair Banking
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Location : Riverwoods, IL, United States

Senior Principal Compliance Specialist, Fair Banking The candidate reviews new initiatives to identify and assess the fair banking risks and necessary controls to mitigate those risks. Advises and enhances risk assessment processes. Drafts, reviews,... + read more

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Senior Counsel, Mergers And Acquisitions
In-House,Abbott
Location : Abbot, IL, United States

Senior Counsel, Mergers and Acquisitions The candidate will be doing active involvement in all aspects of sophisticated transactions, including leading negotiations, decision-making, supervising due diligence, supervising agreement drafting and advi... + read more

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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TXHO169835
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be reviewing and preparing complex commercial agreements, including SaaS, professional services, consulting, vendor, data processing and affiliate agreements, as well as a wide variety of other types of contracts, with global and regional scope. Working closely with business partners in Sales, Products, Services, IT and other organizations at to successfully and efficiently close transactions consistent with's policies and best interests. Providing other legal services and advice to the company as requested. Should be a U.S. licensed attorney, admitted to practice and in good standing in one or more states in the United States, with a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience (ideally including experience working as in-house counsel). Experience working with an internal sales organization on B2B contracts is required; experience in the software industry (including SaaS/cloud offerings) or at a technology company is highly desirable. Strong negotiation skills and demonstrated ability to understand and clearly communicate complex legal issues to business teams and counterparties. Working knowledge of data privacy and security requirements is desirable. Experience handling intellectual property issues is desirable. Experience working in a fast-paced/high-growth environment is preferred. Confident, proactive and self-disciplined, with proven problem-solving skills and use of good judgment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director Corporate Counsel, Growth And Partnerships
Refer job# ONRP169777
 
Director Corporate Counsel, Growth and Partnerships Duties: Review, provide analysis, draft, and negotiate a variety of supplier and supply chain agreements (with a focus on global distribution systems, third-party technology and service agreements, preferred supplier agreements, reseller and referral agreements). Liaise with supplier contacts and/or their legal and compliance counterparts on commercial negotiations or other inquiries (e.g data privacy etc). Partner with CWT's business teams in driving forward strategic legal initiatives (e.g streamlining, governance, and risk management frameworks). Assist with the creation, roll-out, and maintenance of template agreements and help to disseminate know-how relating to legal procedures and processes via CWT's electronic contracting platform), with business objectives of achieving profitability goals while maintaining adherence to global policies, and risk limits, and country laws. Assist with the preparation of training materials and delivery of training to the business teams on processes, templates, and hot topics. Assist in the research and advisory groups on legal and regulatory matters that impact the Partnerships Team and/or Growth organization (e.g regulatory updates in the hotel distribution business, personalization, etc). Maintain, contribute to, and update the legal team's online contract database, template library, and intranet resources for lawyers and internal business contacts. Participate in additional projects with the wider legal & compliance team, as required. Support strong cross-team relationships by displaying appropriate professionalism and efficiency in communications and dealing with internal clients and colleagues. Engage and collaborate with regional legal counsel (in particular where contracts are in the local language) providing oversight, interpretation, and support to align with global strategy, policies, and guidelines. Proactively meet and manage deadlines, communicating case progress/status/escalation issues to manager and business teams, as appropriate. Manage outside counsel, ensuring best value advice for the business within budgetary constraints.

Qualifications: University degree. Law degree. Authorized to practice law and in good standing. 5+ years of practicing either in a law firm with a focus on commercial and technology contracts or inhouse with a corporation. Travel industry experience is preferred. Experience in working in an international environment is preferred. Act with integrity. Growth mindset. Confident, clear, and open communicator. Able to work and communicate sensitively in a cross-functional and multicultural environment. Team player, willing to work flexibly and creatively with a positive, can-do attitude. Comfortable engaging with internal and external clients and other stakeholders on legal matters. Strong verbal, written communication, and listening skills. Strong negotiation and drafting capabilities. Accuracy and attention to detail. Discretion with confidential information. Self-starter who is able to work independently and autonomously, as well as part of a team.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel Corporate Development
Refer job# XCDU169724
 
Counsel - Corporate Development Duties: Draft, review, analyze and negotiate strategic partnerships, joint ventures, equity investments, targeted acquisitions and divestitures, and other corporate transactions. Engage in activities relating to corporate transactions, including participation in due diligence. Strategic dialogue with company partners with respect to transaction-related decision-making, strategic processes, and issue resolution. Proactively supporting the entire transaction process, including by leading, drafting and negotiating key transaction documentation, providing legal advice and counsel to the Corporate Development group and other internal departments, and coordinating and leading all aspects of internal and external project teams to ensure the successful completion and integration of transactions. Anticipate, identify, and manage risk and liability exposure. Provide practical, compliance and strategic legal advice and counsel to internal clients on a variety of matters as issues arise. Strategically and in a cost-effective manner, manage and partner with outside counsel to ensure execution and delivery of high-quality work product. Lead all aspects of and manage certain other critical initiatives that are deemed important to the growth and prospects of the Company.

Qualifications: Doctor of Jurisprudence degree. Bar admission and an active member in good standing in at least one state. Should have 3 years of practice with a law firm or large multinational company with considerable experience supporting sophisticated corporate development and transactions. Broad knowledge of corporate subject areas including corporate law, contract law, M&A, joint ventures, and equity investments, among others. Excellent analytical skills and the ability to render persuasive, diplomatic, practical, and creative legal advice in a timely fashion. Excellent eye for business with the judgment and ability to advise on legal issues within the business context. Excellent written and oral communication skills, especially of complex issues. Excellent interpersonal skills and planning/organization abilities. Effective problem-solving and decision-making skills. Ability to handle multiple priorities and handle high-pressure situations with timely deadlines. Preferred Qualifications: Previous in-house airline experience. Knowledge of the aviation/airline industry. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc. Knowledge of federal securities laws, aircraft purchase and sale agreements, fuel supply purchase agreements, loyalty, and revenue management technology service agreements, among others.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Vp, Corporate Counsel, Private Funds
Refer job# BVYJ169601
 
VP, Corporate Counsel, Private Funds Duties: Represent the firm's Chief Investment Office in connection with its $519 billion portfolios, including over $13.5 billion of alternative asset investments. Representation of the company in the review of private placement memoranda, conducting due diligence and negotiation of limited partnership agreements; side letters; subscription agreements; and applicable consents and amendments. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of co-investments with private equity managers. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of the transfer of limited partnership interests in connection with affiliated limited partnership interest transfers and secondary transactions. Representation of the company in the review and negotiation of debt and financing agreements with respect to Impact Investments. Collaborate with the company attorneys on tax, ERISA, insurance company investment restrictions, and other related regulatory matters relevant to private equity and debt investment. Collaborate with the company Compliance personnel on compliance matters relevant to private equity, real estate, and debt investments. Provide legal advice to the AAG regarding current legal developments affecting private equity, real estate, and hedge fund investment activity.

Qualifications: Law degree required; admission to the Bar of at least one state, and will need to obtain the New Jersey Corporate Counsel licenses if not admitted to the New Jersey Bar; have 5-12+ years of relevant investment, securities and funds law experience. Expertise in private funds regulation by the SEC and CFTC, and relevant transaction documentation is required. Exceptional analytical, writing, and speaking skills, as well as solid organizational and planning skills, are required. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with various levels of personnel, including senior management. Recent experience in major private equity, hedge fund, or a large law firm is preferred; attorneys currently employed at financial institutions will be considered. Must be able to work independently on complex transactions and will primarily support Alternative Assets Group ( AAG ) in all phases of buy-side  private equity, real estate, and hedge fund investment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Attorney
Refer job# XSWF169613
 
Corporate Attorney The candidate will negotiate, draft and review transportation contracts and commercial contracts. Advise management on existing transportation regulations and train management on upcoming changes in transportation laws. Advise on cargo claims and assist in resolving cargo disputes. Communicate with management on risks and challenges facing the company and provide practical solutions. Should have a background in multiple areas of the law, with particular experience drafting, reviewing, and negotiating commercial contracts, including transportation and logistics contracts, NDAs, Saas agreements, service contracts, and licensing agreements. May also be asked to assist in resolving payment disputes, cargo claims, and other transportation-related issues.?Should have excellent analytical, writing, and communications skills and the energy, drive, and desire to work in a role that requires prioritizing and managing multiple tasks. Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and in good standing with the Illinois bar; 2-5 years of experience drafting, revising, and negotiating commercial contracts; background in transportation contract negotiations. Must be well-organized, detail-oriented, and possess superior written and oral communication skills. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and able to manage multiple tasks in a short time frame. Must be self-motivated to meet deadlines. Law firm and in-house experience preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YKOR169614
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will partner with the Senior Corporate Counsel and global legal colleagues to provide legal advice and support across multiple functional areas, including Product Development, Finance, Sales, IT, Marketing, and HR for Brainlab, and its US-based subsidiaries. Review, draft and negotiate a variety of contracts, including medical device capital sales agreements, software license agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and partnership and vendor contracts. Support and assist in IP portfolio management, risk management, corporate governance, and corporate compliance. Address data privacy issues. Effectively communicate complex legal concepts.

Qualifications: The candidate should have J.D. from an accredited law school; must be licensed to practice law in at least one state. 4+ years' relevant experience; In-house experience preferred. Experience with software licensing is required. Medical device experience preferred. Exceptional attention to detail. Self-starter with the ability to work under pressure, manage multiple projects and competing priorities, and meet deadlines. Ability to work and collaborate in a team environment. Strong competency in drafting and negotiating a broad range of commercial contracts. Proficiency in communicating. Should with team members in a clear and practical manner interest and aptitude in becoming a corporate generalist. Ability to serve as a trusted team member across all functions.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Labor & Employment
Refer job# UEHK169617
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Labor & Employment The candidate will provide legal counseling on matters related to discrimination, retaliation, union relations, performance management, reductions in force, talent acquisition, leaves of absence and accommodations, and EEO/affirmative action. Will prepare templates for and advise on employment agreements, offer letters, separation agreements. Support Americas HR in compliance with state and federal employment laws and workforce objectives, especially as they relate to employee benefits, compensation, rewards, worker classification, and wage & hour. Respond to attorney demands and manage outside counsel on L&E litigation matters as directed by the Assistant General Counsel. Train and advise HR on recent developments in employment laws. Manage external counsel with respect to review and update Americas compensation guidelines, summary plan descriptions and severance programs employment policies and plans, including employee handbooks, and bonus plans. Manages broker agreement review process (including offer letters and separation agreements), working in partnership with internal stakeholders to streamline review process. Perform other related duties as required or requested.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA-accredited law school and a member in good standing of a U.S. State Bar. Must have 5-7 years of labor and employment experience; at least 3 years of which obtained at a major law firm and at least 2 years of which obtained at a major corporation. Must have excellent business judgment with the ability to provide sound legal advice which reflects an understanding of Cushman's overall business objectives. Ability to effectively manage outside counsel and collaborate with internal teams is required. Should have exceptional organization and time management skills with the ability to prioritize, coordinate and satisfy numerous competing demands. Must have strong interpersonal skills and a commitment to professionalism and integrity. Must be self-motivated and able to complete matters without supervision; must be able to work. independently and be execution-oriented. Should have superior written and verbal communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WDBX169643
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will maintain knowledge of legal matters pertaining to contract, privacy and compliance laws. Responsible for compliance with federal, state and local legislation. Review contracts for ambiguities and contemplate potential outcomes and provide creative solutions to business owners. Work closely with sales staff to accurately draft contracts that meet expectations. Provide insight and guidance to management on relevant legal matters. Negotiate legal terms with client & vendor procurement departments. Manage outside counsel on compliance, privacy and other matters where in-house resources expertise is lacking. Manage legal budget. Clearly communicate rationale for decisions to internal customers. Anticipate and mitigate potential legal problems involving the company. Maintain orderly records of contracts and other legal documents. Must be comfortable negotiating contract terms with Fortune 500 clients. Responsible for drafting, redlining, and negotiating with customers/vendors complex terms and agreements, including cloud services agreements, orders, statements of work, and data protection agreements.

The candidate should have 10+ years of experience with technology transactions, enterprise sales, or software-as-a-service (Saas) either at a law firm or in-house, preferably a combination of both. A Juris Doctor from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association. Skilled at proactively identifying issues, providing recommendations and contributing to strategic business conversations. Ability to communicate effectively with various teams throughout the organization, especially sales and account managers. Demonstrated ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, embrace change, work independently and quickly shift priorities in response to a changing business environment. Must be flexible and willing to work extended hours when necessary as the volume of work can vary depending on the sales cycle. Ability to influence and persuade others without express authorization. Experience managing one or more internal lawyers. Knowledge of technology privacy laws such as CCPA, CPRA, GDPR and other privacy related issues. Must have strong written and oral communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Patent
Refer job# GGAJ169484
 
Corporate Counsel, Patent Responsibilities: Manage prosecution and use of patents relating to the company's Web-based, on-demand application service technologies; maintain technical understanding of the company's research and development initiatives; help develop and implement the company's overall patent strategy; help implement the company's open source initiatives; analyze adversely held patents; investigate and resolve confidentiality matters; and supervise outside patent counsel. Assist Senior Counsel with trademark, false advertising and unfair competition claims; patent acquisitions; inbound and outbound software, application service and intellectual property license agreements with vendors, partners and customers.

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree in technical major such as electrical engineering or computer science or relevant technical experience required. A Law degree from ABA accredited law school is required for attorney applicants. Admission to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office is preferred. Should be admitted to at least one State Bar. 5-8 years of relevant experience, preferably with a combination of patent prosecution and litigation experience. Familiarity with software development and copyright law as it applies to software development and distribution. Significant experience in preparing and prosecuting patent applications relating to software and Internet technologies; familiarity with database concepts, Web services, security, Web apps, user interfaces, APIs, big data and analytics, and other Internet technologies is required. Transactional experience is beneficial. Familiarity with a variety of portfolio management tools. Familiarity with international patent prosecution and litigation. Familiarity with common issues for IP and standard setting. Patent Litigation or Patent Litigation Support.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Global Alliances
Refer job# BIPS169392
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: The candidate will review, negotiate, draft and close agreements related to inbound partners such as PS Asset Reseller Agreements, technology agreements, alliance/partnering agreements, and support agreements. Review, negotiate, draft and close agreements related to outbound partners including reseller, service provider, distribution/channel, and referral partner agreements. Global Partner Program team in developing, implementing, and rolling out new programs. Support Global Partner Program in maintaining and updating existing programs. Prepare and maintain standard templates for recurring commercial transactions and to address new business models or legal and business requirements; and counseling and collaborating with procurement, Partner Program team, Partner Enablement team, channel sales, partners, finance, and other business functions as needed to effectively and efficiently accomplish assignments and ensure best practices in various legal areas such as antitrust, intellectual property protection, contract law, and others.

Qualifications: Must possess a Law degree from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing with a State bar in the U.S. 6 years legal experience required. Customer-facing deal negotiation (e.g., sales and deal desk, etc.) is a must. Ability to work cross functionally to drive business priorities and strategies is a must. Substantial experience with top rated law firm or major high technology company preferrable. Demonstrated attention to detail, a good communicator, organized and possess excellent drafting skills. Must have positive, problem-solving, business focused attitude with good judgment prioritizing workload in fast paced environment. Must be a team player also able to self-start and work independently. Ability to travel (travel requirements are variable but typically less than 5% per year). Must be customer-centric and have the ability to lead business negotiations (internal and external) and assist clients in meeting their objectives. International experience and language skills will also be taken into consideration.
 
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