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Associate Corporate Counselor

Boston MA Associate Corporate Counselor The candidate will provide legal support on strategic transactions, including mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures, and financing transactions. Will draft/review material agreements, assist with due diligence and acquisition integration, and coordinate/oversee the activities of outside counsel. Assist in subsidiary corporate governance matters - formations, mergers, dissolutions, resolutions, annual reports and coordination with the Tax department in annual compliance filings. Coordinate with other internal functions to ensure compliance with the latest compliance laws, rules, and regulations. Provide support to any compliance investigations and audits. Revise and oversee ethics and compliance policies and procedures. Assist in corporate policy updates and implementation. Should have a J.D. degree and admission to the MA Bar (or eligible for MA authorized in-house counsel). Should preferably have 1-3 years of experience in drafting and negotiating complex corporate transaction agreements. Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2019-09-14

Associate Corporate Counsel

Boston MA Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will report to the CAO. Will draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of routine and mission-critical commercial contracts (including professional services agreements, master services agreements, nondisclosure agreements, purchased service contracts and facility and vehicle leases) that support and enable business operations. Support the Business Development team in drafting and negotiating new agreements and contracts. Proactively identify and analyze any potential legal issues. Communicate sound, understandable legal and business recommendations to the various internal stakeholders supported. Advise teams on legal issues, risk assessment, approval processes, company policies and procedures, and business strategy. Support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes, with an emphasis on efficiency and scalability (including contract automation, developing trainings, contract templates, and playbooks). Conduct ad-hoc legal projects including legal research.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with excellent academic credentials. Finance background is desired. Must have 3+ years of global law firm experience plus membership in good standing in at least one State Bar (NY Bar a plus). Should thrive in a commercial contract environment with experience drafting and negotiating contracts. Must have analytical, consulting, drafting and negotiation skills. Experience working with operational services and/or logistics is strongly preferred. Experience working with startups is an asset.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-09-13

Corporate Counsel

Boston MA Corporate Counsel Duties: Manage Company s entire contract management process which includes managing the contract process from proposal to deal, the contract management system, and interfacing with finance, sales, services, and the RFP team, and providing reporting to all necessary stakeholders; Draft and review various agreements including customer (licensing, SaaS, order form, etc.), vendor, partner, marketing, NDAs, RFPs, and miscellaneous others; Skillfully negotiate contracts; Support our marketing department in their legal needs and assist with management of the company s IP portfolio; Manage outside counsel; Oversee training within the legal group and the Company on customer contracts and related issues; and Opportunity to manage others in the legal department.

Requirements: JD Degree from a well-regarded law school; Admitted to at least one state bar (preferably Massachusetts); 5-15 years of law practice, providing guidance to technology and software companies as in-house counsel; Knowledgeable about technology, software development, employment law issues, and other related in-house legal topics; and Willingness to pitch in when needed and incorporate feedback to help improve processes. Preferences & Skills: Exemplary analytical and practical problem-solving skills; Detail-oriented and able to develop and implement new or enhanced processes for increasing the efficiency of regular responsibilities; Project management skills related to maintaining and managing various deadlines, and haphazard requests; and Excellent communication skills.
Legal 5 - 15 Full-time 2019-09-12

Vp, Corporate Counsel

Walpole MA VP, Corporate Counsel The candidate will report directly to the General Counsel and will support, advise, and influence an extensive range of legal matters: Interacting with cross-functional legal and business teams involved in the marketing, sale, licensing, and distribution of products and services; and addressing substantive legal issues related to the intellectual property, compliance, marketing, sale, licensing and distribution of products. Identifying legal issues, providing analysis of enterprise risks, creating and implementing solutions structured to achieve business objectives efficiently. Possess working knowledge of all business lines and the legal issues associated with them, including technology service offerings. Familiarity with standard and fallback positions and ability to pose creative solutions to help meet business needs. Anticipating internal and external business issues and recommending product, process or service improvements, coordinating Legals support of a variety of marketing, digital, consumer, social media, sales, procurement, and strategic and integrated marketplace initiatives. Advising, counseling and influencing business stakeholders on: Legal and regulatory matters associated with their commercial and functional operations. Product launch, marketing, and distribution strategies. Preparing and delivering training programs designed to enhance compliance, manage risk, and discover and unlock opportunities. Leading and influencing business stakeholders regarding the resolution of potential and pending issues. Selecting, retaining and managing outside legal counsel to ensure high-value, cost effective representation. Supporting other business and legal needs and initiatives, as necessary. Fostering a diverse and inclusive corporate culture. Ensuring that all contracts entered into by the company meets with their commercial and legal requirements and standards of compliance, including drafting and negotiating terms.

The candidate should have a juris doctor degree from an accredited law school. Member, in good standing, of at least one U.S. state bar and, if not already a member in good standing in the Massachusetts state bar, a willingness to commit to membership in the Massachusetts state bar. Should have 7+ years experience at a law firm, or in-house (for profit or non-profit) practicing in mostly non-litigation. Should have 2+ year experience in in-house counsel (or equivalent) highly preferred, including experience in business strategy. Excellent communication and writing skills. Demonstrable ability to effectively manage workflow to meet multiple deadlines, as well as the expectations of internal and external clients. International business experience, including marketplace compliance and supply chain agreements highly preferred. Ability and experience leading cross-functional business and legal teams and related projects. Proven experience working closely and collaboratively with worldwide counterparts in developing business strategies and in performing technical legal analysis focused on maximizing and creating business opportunities and minimizing material risks. Extensive experience with the marketing, sale, and distribution of consumer products and services is preferred. Seasoned communication skills ability to influence at a variety of levels and across functions in a complex matrix organization are required. Ability to lead, inspire, manage and positively influence others is required. Ability to recognize and elevate complex and/or controversial issues to senior management in a timely and effective manner.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-09-09

Senior Corporate Counsel, Global R&D Legal NA

Cambridge MA Senior Corporate Counsel, Global R&D Legal NA The candidate will provide legal advice on R&D matters in particular those relating to R&D contract matters. Will negotiate, drafts and review R&D agreements of all types, including clinical supply, clinical trial, clinical digital transactions, technology platform licensing and R&D collaborations. Reviews R&D agreements negotiated by paralegal and non-legal staff including risk assessment associated with non-standard provisions. Provides prompt, accurate legal counsel to client groups on R&D legal matters. Drafts and reviews policies and guidelines. Works with client groups to identify, assess and address general legal concerns. Implements company policies and standards for business conduct. Demonstrates LEAD Competencies and Company Values on a consistent basis. Performs related duties as requested. Should have Four-Year College Degree, preferably a B.S. degree or higher in biology or chemistry. Should have Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Must have 8+ years of experience working in a law firm or in-house corporate legal department. Must have experience working within the Pharmaceutical industry. Must have Admission to a State Bar. Experience working on cross-functional teams that successfully met business goals while maintaining strict compliance with relevant laws, regulations and company policies is required. Must be highly proficient in contract negotiation and drafting, including liability, indemnification and intellectual property / patent provisions related to R&D collaborations and licensing agreements. Working knowledge of regulations and laws impacting the pharmaceutical industry including privacy laws, HIPAA and informed consent regulations is required. Basic knowledge of pharmaceutical industry trends, legislative initiatives and impact on the company is required. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-09-08

Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide first-line support to Sales team on commercial contract and process matters. Will provide client and customer-focused strategic business partnership on commercial legal matters, operations and compliance. Work with other various business teams on a variety of legal processes, risks and opportunities as needed. Should have graduated from an accredited law school and have 3+ years of relevant experience, with in-house technology company experience a plus. Should be in good standing and licensed to practice law as a member of the Massachusetts State Bar or other reciprocal jurisdiction. Must have experience with review of commercial contracts and feel comfortable running an independent negotiation process. Should be able to handle a broad range of commercial contract matters and work efficiently and effectively in a crazy fast-paced, and transparent environment. Must have strong communication skills, especially via an internal wiki, Slack and Zoom. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-09-02

Corporate Counsel - Public Sector

Waltham MA Corporate Counsel - Public Sector The candidate will review, draft and negotiate Master SaaS Agreements, Work Orders, Statements of Work, NDAs, and Business Associate Agreements that meet the companys requirements under its policies including those for risk tolerance, while working collaboratively with the Med/SLED business team, including various executives. Understand government contract compliance issues and develop policies and procedures for implementation of Federal/State & Local legal, contractual and compliance requirements, including but not limited to FISMA and FedRamp, gifts and gratuities, revolving door, and lobbying requirements. Stay up to date on relevant legal frameworks, including State and Local government procurement updates. Familiarity with ABA State and Local Government Model Procurement Code. Serve as subject matter expert for responses to requests for proposals (RFPs) and other types of Med/SLED government contract solicitations. Analyze new laws, regulations and contract trends for potential impact on business unit goals and objectives. Identify contractual risks and issues and suggest alternatives that lead to optimal solutions. Provide training regarding Med/SLED matters, terms and conditions and other issues to the sales, sales operations, finance, and channel teams. Liaise with and provide training to sales, sales operations, deals desk, product operations, field security, and other business units at all levels throughout the organization. Advise management on SLED government contract requirements and procedures. Work collaboratively with other members of the US Public Sector, and legal teams.

The candidate must have JD degree from an accredited law school and barred attorney. Should have 7-10+ years of experience in the software and professional services industry. Must have experience preparing and negotiating SaaS agreements and other technology related agreements. Should have strong contract and legal negotiation skills and a talent for non-confrontational, win-win negotiations. Must have ability to understand complex contractual issues, assess risk and provide concise business-focused legal advice. Must have possess a practical, real world, collaborative approach to problem solving in the context of enterprise sales with the ability to make sound decisions and exercise good judgment. Should have excellent oral and written communication skills. Should preferably have strong understanding of GSA Schedule Cooperative Purchasing under IT 70, and State and Local Government procurement vehicles such as NASPO ValuePoint, TX DIR, CA SLP, CMAS, and ITS-58, etc. Familiarity with channel (distributors, resellers) and related practice issues is desired. Should preferably have familiarity with HIPAA, HITECH, and experience negotiating Business Associate Agreements. Solid understanding of and experience with State and Local government procurement processes, rules and regulations is required. Should have extensive experience with State and Local government contract formation process.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-09-01

Senior Corporate Counsel

Westford MA Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Responsible for primary transactional drafting and negotiation of complex corporate contracts including master purchase and license agreements, procurement agreements, OEM agreements, marketing agreements and other types of agreements in support of Sales, Services, Manufacturing, Engineering and Marketing organizations. Provide ongoing legal counsel and contract analysis for sales and finance teams, senior executives and other business team members. Support regulatory and compliance efforts, including data privacy and international trade compliance. Develop best practices and apply leading edge thinking to legal and cross-organization projects.

Qualifications: 10+ years of experience with heavy emphasis on technology licensing. Most of experience should be working in house, preferably at a network, security, or technology company. Solid foundation in IP licensing required; strong understanding of revenue recognition rules, global privacy laws, US export laws. Ability to manage a diverse and complex workload while maintaining priorities and proactively anticipating issues, particularly in a fast-paced corporate setting; ability to manage many projects with minimal supervision and on a deadline. Corporate compliance experience. Experience working cooperatively with a sales team and other functional groups; customer service (internal and external) attitude. Excellent communications, analytic and strategic thinking skills; strong collaboration and teaming skills; attention to detail. A can-do and practical attitude when providing advice to clients, willingness to work on a variety of legal matters.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-25

Corporate Attorney

Boston MA Corporate Attorney Duties : Responsible for working directly and autonomously with various corporate departments (i.e., human resources, tax, treasury, information technology, accounting and finance) on their various initiatives (e.g., drafting and reviewing general corporate contract matters such as vendor agreements, NDAs, software licenses, etc.). Primarily responsible for initial drafting of Board of Directors and Committee materials. Primarily responsible for legal aspects of intercompany notes and intercompany funding processes. Primarily responsible for coordinating the Sanctions Compliance Policy and corporates screening responsibilities thereunder, developing and providing trainings regarding sanctions screening, and general oversight of the screening process for all markets. Responsible for overseeing compliance and administration of ATCs corporate policies, including, but not limited to, Delegation of Authority Policy, Contract Review Policy, Policy and Derivatives Policy. Jointly responsible for registration and maintenance of ATCs intellectual property portfolio. Jointly responsible in assisting with international mergers and acquisitions support and business development, possibly including periodically being required to travel, at times on short notice, to assist with and /or oversee due diligence exercises and the coordination of diligence results with and into applicable purchase agreements. Assist with corporate finance transactions, including public and private securities offerings and work efficiently and effectively with in-house corporate legal team and outside M&A, derivatives, intellectual property, and sanctions counsel. Other duties as assigned.

Requirement : The candidate should possess JD and 2 - 4 years of experience. Must have strong preference for in-house experience or experience with major law firm. Must be licensed to practice law. Must have excellent drafting skills, with a strong preference for law school journal experience and Must be member in good standing of state bar. General understanding of Delaware corporate law as it relates to resolutions, unanimous written consents, capital contributions, entity formation and dissolution. dividends, etc. Strong understanding of provisions in non-disclosure / confidentiality agreements. Strong understanding of general contract drafting and negotiation, with respect to general agreements, including, general vendor agreements, software licenses and IP related contracts, intercompany notes and intercompany agreements relating to accounting services. Understanding of, and ability to coordinate with, domestic and international treasury function and cash movement requirements (i.e., distributions / dividends / intercompany notes and agreements / international thin capitalization issues). Due diligence experience, preferably with respect to the telecommunications industry and involving financial and securities aspects. Familiarity with asset and income provisions relating to real estate investment trusts. Ability to understand and integrate business concerns in legal advice. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Strong organizational skills. Ability to effectively and independently interact with senior management. Exceptional ability to work as a team player and integrate with legal and non-legal personnel. Ability to manage substantial workload in fast-paced environment. Knowledge of Westlaw, LexisNexis, Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Visio and PowerPoint.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-08-21

Corporate Counsel - Erisa

Boston MA Corporate Counsel - ERISA Responsibilities: Interpreting and applying ERISA and Internal Revenue Code provisions to qualified retirement plans, executive compensation plans, and health and welfare plans. Advising on plan design and drafting tax qualified retirement plans, nonqualified compensation plans, including compliance with IRC Section 409A, incentive plans, and health and welfare plans. Advising on ERISA fiduciary and disclosure requirements, including prohibited transaction rules and exemptions, Advising on employee benefit plan claims administration and litigation, including drafting, negotiating, and managing outside counsel. Advising on benefits and compensation plan matters in connection with M&A transactions. Advising on benefit and compensation plans day-to-day operations, including corporate governance matters. Negotiating vendor and service agreements for the Companys benefits and compensation plans. Collaborating and influencing across multiple leader and stakeholder levels and exhibiting deep organizational understanding. Communicating with impact and exhibiting the adaptability to encourage two-way discussions where information and inquiry are used seamlessly. Exhibiting the ability to build a comprehensive understanding of the clients needs and striving to bring forward options and solutions to business challenges.

Qualifications: Should have excellent analytic, legal writing and communication skills, client focus, managing multiple priorities, attention to detail, familiarity with corporate operations and SBU objectives, and proven ability to interact with Company personnel as well as outside counsel and representatives of other companies and adversaries. Within certain practice groups, requires expert knowledge of a specialized area of law. Completion of law school with a J.D. or L.L.B. degree and admission to the bar of at least one jurisdiction in the United States required. Generally, requires 8+ years` experience as a practicing attorney.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-21
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In-House,Accenture.
Location : Boston, MA, United States

M&A Counsel (Post Merger Integration), Senior Manager The candidate serve as Legal lead for the post-closing integration of inorganic growth transactions (i.e. acquired companies/businesses and strategic joint ventures). Responsible for developing, ... + read more

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Senior Legal Counsel
In-House,PrismHR
Location : Hopkinton, MA, United States

Senior Legal Counsel The candidate will: Responsible for legal and corporate governance involving close collaboration with sales, marketing, finance, human resources, engineering and other departments on a range of legal matters. Structure and negot... + read more

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Associate Corporate Counselor
Refer job# RNHS145990
 
Associate Corporate Counselor The candidate will provide legal support on strategic transactions, including mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures, and financing transactions. Will draft/review material agreements, assist with due diligence and acquisition integration, and coordinate/oversee the activities of outside counsel. Assist in subsidiary corporate governance matters - formations, mergers, dissolutions, resolutions, annual reports and coordination with the Tax department in annual compliance filings. Coordinate with other internal functions to ensure compliance with the latest compliance laws, rules, and regulations. Provide support to any compliance investigations and audits. Revise and oversee ethics and compliance policies and procedures. Assist in corporate policy updates and implementation. Should have a J.D. degree and admission to the MA Bar (or eligible for MA authorized in-house counsel). Should preferably have 1-3 years of experience in drafting and negotiating complex corporate transaction agreements.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HFJC145962
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will report to the CAO. Will draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of routine and mission-critical commercial contracts (including professional services agreements, master services agreements, nondisclosure agreements, purchased service contracts and facility and vehicle leases) that support and enable business operations. Support the Business Development team in drafting and negotiating new agreements and contracts. Proactively identify and analyze any potential legal issues. Communicate sound, understandable legal and business recommendations to the various internal stakeholders supported. Advise teams on legal issues, risk assessment, approval processes, company policies and procedures, and business strategy. Support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes, with an emphasis on efficiency and scalability (including contract automation, developing trainings, contract templates, and playbooks). Conduct ad-hoc legal projects including legal research.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with excellent academic credentials. Finance background is desired. Must have 3+ years of global law firm experience plus membership in good standing in at least one State Bar (NY Bar a plus). Should thrive in a commercial contract environment with experience drafting and negotiating contracts. Must have analytical, consulting, drafting and negotiation skills. Experience working with operational services and/or logistics is strongly preferred. Experience working with startups is an asset.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# XEFZ145952
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Manage Company s entire contract management process which includes managing the contract process from proposal to deal, the contract management system, and interfacing with finance, sales, services, and the RFP team, and providing reporting to all necessary stakeholders; Draft and review various agreements including customer (licensing, SaaS, order form, etc.), vendor, partner, marketing, NDAs, RFPs, and miscellaneous others; Skillfully negotiate contracts; Support our marketing department in their legal needs and assist with management of the company s IP portfolio; Manage outside counsel; Oversee training within the legal group and the Company on customer contracts and related issues; and Opportunity to manage others in the legal department.

Requirements: JD Degree from a well-regarded law school; Admitted to at least one state bar (preferably Massachusetts); 5-15 years of law practice, providing guidance to technology and software companies as in-house counsel; Knowledgeable about technology, software development, employment law issues, and other related in-house legal topics; and Willingness to pitch in when needed and incorporate feedback to help improve processes. Preferences & Skills: Exemplary analytical and practical problem-solving skills; Detail-oriented and able to develop and implement new or enhanced processes for increasing the efficiency of regular responsibilities; Project management skills related to maintaining and managing various deadlines, and haphazard requests; and Excellent communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Vp, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NDPG145902
 
VP, Corporate Counsel The candidate will report directly to the General Counsel and will support, advise, and influence an extensive range of legal matters: Interacting with cross-functional legal and business teams involved in the marketing, sale, licensing, and distribution of products and services; and addressing substantive legal issues related to the intellectual property, compliance, marketing, sale, licensing and distribution of products. Identifying legal issues, providing analysis of enterprise risks, creating and implementing solutions structured to achieve business objectives efficiently. Possess working knowledge of all business lines and the legal issues associated with them, including technology service offerings. Familiarity with standard and fallback positions and ability to pose creative solutions to help meet business needs. Anticipating internal and external business issues and recommending product, process or service improvements, coordinating Legals support of a variety of marketing, digital, consumer, social media, sales, procurement, and strategic and integrated marketplace initiatives. Advising, counseling and influencing business stakeholders on: Legal and regulatory matters associated with their commercial and functional operations. Product launch, marketing, and distribution strategies. Preparing and delivering training programs designed to enhance compliance, manage risk, and discover and unlock opportunities. Leading and influencing business stakeholders regarding the resolution of potential and pending issues. Selecting, retaining and managing outside legal counsel to ensure high-value, cost effective representation. Supporting other business and legal needs and initiatives, as necessary. Fostering a diverse and inclusive corporate culture. Ensuring that all contracts entered into by the company meets with their commercial and legal requirements and standards of compliance, including drafting and negotiating terms.

The candidate should have a juris doctor degree from an accredited law school. Member, in good standing, of at least one U.S. state bar and, if not already a member in good standing in the Massachusetts state bar, a willingness to commit to membership in the Massachusetts state bar. Should have 7+ years experience at a law firm, or in-house (for profit or non-profit) practicing in mostly non-litigation. Should have 2+ year experience in in-house counsel (or equivalent) highly preferred, including experience in business strategy. Excellent communication and writing skills. Demonstrable ability to effectively manage workflow to meet multiple deadlines, as well as the expectations of internal and external clients. International business experience, including marketplace compliance and supply chain agreements highly preferred. Ability and experience leading cross-functional business and legal teams and related projects. Proven experience working closely and collaboratively with worldwide counterparts in developing business strategies and in performing technical legal analysis focused on maximizing and creating business opportunities and minimizing material risks. Extensive experience with the marketing, sale, and distribution of consumer products and services is preferred. Seasoned communication skills ability to influence at a variety of levels and across functions in a complex matrix organization are required. Ability to lead, inspire, manage and positively influence others is required. Ability to recognize and elevate complex and/or controversial issues to senior management in a timely and effective manner.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Global R&D Legal NA
Refer job# LXAI145870
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Global R&D Legal NA The candidate will provide legal advice on R&D matters in particular those relating to R&D contract matters. Will negotiate, drafts and review R&D agreements of all types, including clinical supply, clinical trial, clinical digital transactions, technology platform licensing and R&D collaborations. Reviews R&D agreements negotiated by paralegal and non-legal staff including risk assessment associated with non-standard provisions. Provides prompt, accurate legal counsel to client groups on R&D legal matters. Drafts and reviews policies and guidelines. Works with client groups to identify, assess and address general legal concerns. Implements company policies and standards for business conduct. Demonstrates LEAD Competencies and Company Values on a consistent basis. Performs related duties as requested. Should have Four-Year College Degree, preferably a B.S. degree or higher in biology or chemistry. Should have Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Must have 8+ years of experience working in a law firm or in-house corporate legal department. Must have experience working within the Pharmaceutical industry. Must have Admission to a State Bar. Experience working on cross-functional teams that successfully met business goals while maintaining strict compliance with relevant laws, regulations and company policies is required. Must be highly proficient in contract negotiation and drafting, including liability, indemnification and intellectual property / patent provisions related to R&D collaborations and licensing agreements. Working knowledge of regulations and laws impacting the pharmaceutical industry including privacy laws, HIPAA and informed consent regulations is required. Basic knowledge of pharmaceutical industry trends, legislative initiatives and impact on the company is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VWKG145783
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide first-line support to Sales team on commercial contract and process matters. Will provide client and customer-focused strategic business partnership on commercial legal matters, operations and compliance. Work with other various business teams on a variety of legal processes, risks and opportunities as needed. Should have graduated from an accredited law school and have 3+ years of relevant experience, with in-house technology company experience a plus. Should be in good standing and licensed to practice law as a member of the Massachusetts State Bar or other reciprocal jurisdiction. Must have experience with review of commercial contracts and feel comfortable running an independent negotiation process. Should be able to handle a broad range of commercial contract matters and work efficiently and effectively in a crazy fast-paced, and transparent environment. Must have strong communication skills, especially via an internal wiki, Slack and Zoom.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel - Public Sector
Refer job# TQGD145775
 
Corporate Counsel - Public Sector The candidate will review, draft and negotiate Master SaaS Agreements, Work Orders, Statements of Work, NDAs, and Business Associate Agreements that meet the companys requirements under its policies including those for risk tolerance, while working collaboratively with the Med/SLED business team, including various executives. Understand government contract compliance issues and develop policies and procedures for implementation of Federal/State & Local legal, contractual and compliance requirements, including but not limited to FISMA and FedRamp, gifts and gratuities, revolving door, and lobbying requirements. Stay up to date on relevant legal frameworks, including State and Local government procurement updates. Familiarity with ABA State and Local Government Model Procurement Code. Serve as subject matter expert for responses to requests for proposals (RFPs) and other types of Med/SLED government contract solicitations. Analyze new laws, regulations and contract trends for potential impact on business unit goals and objectives. Identify contractual risks and issues and suggest alternatives that lead to optimal solutions. Provide training regarding Med/SLED matters, terms and conditions and other issues to the sales, sales operations, finance, and channel teams. Liaise with and provide training to sales, sales operations, deals desk, product operations, field security, and other business units at all levels throughout the organization. Advise management on SLED government contract requirements and procedures. Work collaboratively with other members of the US Public Sector, and legal teams.

The candidate must have JD degree from an accredited law school and barred attorney. Should have 7-10+ years of experience in the software and professional services industry. Must have experience preparing and negotiating SaaS agreements and other technology related agreements. Should have strong contract and legal negotiation skills and a talent for non-confrontational, win-win negotiations. Must have ability to understand complex contractual issues, assess risk and provide concise business-focused legal advice. Must have possess a practical, real world, collaborative approach to problem solving in the context of enterprise sales with the ability to make sound decisions and exercise good judgment. Should have excellent oral and written communication skills. Should preferably have strong understanding of GSA Schedule Cooperative Purchasing under IT 70, and State and Local Government procurement vehicles such as NASPO ValuePoint, TX DIR, CA SLP, CMAS, and ITS-58, etc. Familiarity with channel (distributors, resellers) and related practice issues is desired. Should preferably have familiarity with HIPAA, HITECH, and experience negotiating Business Associate Agreements. Solid understanding of and experience with State and Local government procurement processes, rules and regulations is required. Should have extensive experience with State and Local government contract formation process.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SHTH145658
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Responsible for primary transactional drafting and negotiation of complex corporate contracts including master purchase and license agreements, procurement agreements, OEM agreements, marketing agreements and other types of agreements in support of Sales, Services, Manufacturing, Engineering and Marketing organizations. Provide ongoing legal counsel and contract analysis for sales and finance teams, senior executives and other business team members. Support regulatory and compliance efforts, including data privacy and international trade compliance. Develop best practices and apply leading edge thinking to legal and cross-organization projects.

Qualifications: 10+ years of experience with heavy emphasis on technology licensing. Most of experience should be working in house, preferably at a network, security, or technology company. Solid foundation in IP licensing required; strong understanding of revenue recognition rules, global privacy laws, US export laws. Ability to manage a diverse and complex workload while maintaining priorities and proactively anticipating issues, particularly in a fast-paced corporate setting; ability to manage many projects with minimal supervision and on a deadline. Corporate compliance experience. Experience working cooperatively with a sales team and other functional groups; customer service (internal and external) attitude. Excellent communications, analytic and strategic thinking skills; strong collaboration and teaming skills; attention to detail. A can-do and practical attitude when providing advice to clients, willingness to work on a variety of legal matters.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Attorney
Refer job# SKJH145601
 
Corporate Attorney Duties : Responsible for working directly and autonomously with various corporate departments (i.e., human resources, tax, treasury, information technology, accounting and finance) on their various initiatives (e.g., drafting and reviewing general corporate contract matters such as vendor agreements, NDAs, software licenses, etc.). Primarily responsible for initial drafting of Board of Directors and Committee materials. Primarily responsible for legal aspects of intercompany notes and intercompany funding processes. Primarily responsible for coordinating the Sanctions Compliance Policy and corporates screening responsibilities thereunder, developing and providing trainings regarding sanctions screening, and general oversight of the screening process for all markets. Responsible for overseeing compliance and administration of ATCs corporate policies, including, but not limited to, Delegation of Authority Policy, Contract Review Policy, Policy and Derivatives Policy. Jointly responsible for registration and maintenance of ATCs intellectual property portfolio. Jointly responsible in assisting with international mergers and acquisitions support and business development, possibly including periodically being required to travel, at times on short notice, to assist with and /or oversee due diligence exercises and the coordination of diligence results with and into applicable purchase agreements. Assist with corporate finance transactions, including public and private securities offerings and work efficiently and effectively with in-house corporate legal team and outside M&A, derivatives, intellectual property, and sanctions counsel. Other duties as assigned.

Requirement : The candidate should possess JD and 2 - 4 years of experience. Must have strong preference for in-house experience or experience with major law firm. Must be licensed to practice law. Must have excellent drafting skills, with a strong preference for law school journal experience and Must be member in good standing of state bar. General understanding of Delaware corporate law as it relates to resolutions, unanimous written consents, capital contributions, entity formation and dissolution. dividends, etc. Strong understanding of provisions in non-disclosure / confidentiality agreements. Strong understanding of general contract drafting and negotiation, with respect to general agreements, including, general vendor agreements, software licenses and IP related contracts, intercompany notes and intercompany agreements relating to accounting services. Understanding of, and ability to coordinate with, domestic and international treasury function and cash movement requirements (i.e., distributions / dividends / intercompany notes and agreements / international thin capitalization issues). Due diligence experience, preferably with respect to the telecommunications industry and involving financial and securities aspects. Familiarity with asset and income provisions relating to real estate investment trusts. Ability to understand and integrate business concerns in legal advice. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Strong organizational skills. Ability to effectively and independently interact with senior management. Exceptional ability to work as a team player and integrate with legal and non-legal personnel. Ability to manage substantial workload in fast-paced environment. Knowledge of Westlaw, LexisNexis, Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Visio and PowerPoint.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Erisa
Refer job# SJGG145602
 
Corporate Counsel - ERISA Responsibilities: Interpreting and applying ERISA and Internal Revenue Code provisions to qualified retirement plans, executive compensation plans, and health and welfare plans. Advising on plan design and drafting tax qualified retirement plans, nonqualified compensation plans, including compliance with IRC Section 409A, incentive plans, and health and welfare plans. Advising on ERISA fiduciary and disclosure requirements, including prohibited transaction rules and exemptions, Advising on employee benefit plan claims administration and litigation, including drafting, negotiating, and managing outside counsel. Advising on benefits and compensation plan matters in connection with M&A transactions. Advising on benefit and compensation plans day-to-day operations, including corporate governance matters. Negotiating vendor and service agreements for the Companys benefits and compensation plans. Collaborating and influencing across multiple leader and stakeholder levels and exhibiting deep organizational understanding. Communicating with impact and exhibiting the adaptability to encourage two-way discussions where information and inquiry are used seamlessly. Exhibiting the ability to build a comprehensive understanding of the clients needs and striving to bring forward options and solutions to business challenges.

Qualifications: Should have excellent analytic, legal writing and communication skills, client focus, managing multiple priorities, attention to detail, familiarity with corporate operations and SBU objectives, and proven ability to interact with Company personnel as well as outside counsel and representatives of other companies and adversaries. Within certain practice groups, requires expert knowledge of a specialized area of law. Completion of law school with a J.D. or L.L.B. degree and admission to the bar of at least one jurisdiction in the United States required. Generally, requires 8+ years` experience as a practicing attorney.
 
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