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Corporate Counsel - Licensing And Ip - Healthcare

New York City NY Corporate Counsel - Licensing and IP - Healthcare The candidate will be providing front-line legal advice and support for a wide variety of healthcare products. Creating commercial agreements to sales/licensing, business development, and product teams. Creating collaboration agreements, and agreements related to product development, sales agency, and confidentiality. Reviewing, revising, negotiating and drafting content and technology licenses. Developing and implementing strategies, training, automation, and other efficiency projects. Ensuring compliance with internal policies, processes, and ethical standards. Legal/Contract experience in a law firm or corporation. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Prior data privacy, technology, healthcare, and/or intellectual property contracting experience a plus. Effectively and efficiently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a complex and constantly changing environment. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Manage the lifecycle for all of company's commercial agreements. Provide subject matter expertise on preparation, negotiation and execution of customer, carrier, vendor, and third-party contracts. Partner with Sales teams to, review, draft, and negotiate customer facing contracts with customers of all sizes, from small business to enterprise segments and across all business lines. Interface with internal teams to advise on contract-related matters and ensure contract terms are consistent with business practices and policies for any new service or partnership. Respond to contract and legal inquiries from customers, partners, vendors, and the business community. Work with other team members to develop, manage, improve, and implement best practice legal processes and organization, including contract management, evaluation and implementation of legal tools, and interdepartmental workflows. Provide training and guidance to internal teams on the use of contract templates, relevant legal issues, and good contracting practices. Navigate complex regulatory, compliance, and operational matters; conduct related research and provide practical, decisive legal guidance. Supervise responses to inquiries from law enforcement. Supervise outside litigation and collection actions. Advise on and assist, as needed, in creating, implementing, and managing corporate compliance policies and practices for areas such as employment, intellectual property, privacy, and website/data security matters. As needed, support teams working on mergers and acquisitions. Any additional projects and duties as assigned by the General Counsel.

Qualifications: JD required. Bar admission and in good standing in at least one state. Should have 3+ years of relevant experience working in a law firm or in-house legal department (ideal candidates will have a combination of both), specifically in drafting and negotiating contracts. Experience in drafting and negotiating a wide range of contracts, including various complex technology, telecommunication, and commercial agreements. Proven track record of handling complex contracting issues under tight deadlines while maintaining positive relationships with internal and external customers. Excellent written, oral communication and negotiation skills. Exceptional attention to detail, organized, efficient and resourceful. Works well independently, with others, and under instruction. Ability to organize, manage and prioritize workload and multiple different assignments from different business units. Ability to synthesize legal issues in a compelling fashion for a business audience and draft written guidance in a digestible and precise manner.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-27

Corporate Counsel, Green Energy Investments

New York City NY Corporate Counsel, Green Energy Investments The candidate will support a variety of project finance investments (including U.S. tax equity investments), equity investment, and other renewable energy related transactions without extensive supervision, that will help us meet our goal of running on carbon-free energy in all our operations around the globe. Will work extensively with Firms treasury and other groups to draft term sheets, perform due diligence, draft definitive documentation, and close project finance investments. Provide legal support for existing project finance investments (including U.S. tax equity investments), JVs, and equity investments. Provide education and advice on project finance matters across various departments within Firms, including finance, product management, and engineering. Assist in developing legal strategy both on specific project finance and investment transactions, as well as across multiple transactions.

The candidate should have JD, equivalent degree, or equivalent practical experience. Must have 7 years of attorney experience in corporate, project finance, equity investment, and other transactional experience with a law firm. Must be Admitted to the Bar or authorized to practice law in the state in which the position is located. Should preferably have 7 years of relevant work experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experience advising clients on corporate matters, including project finance, corporate reorganizations, JVs, equity investments, and financing transactions is desired. Project finance and equity investment experience (public and private) performing due diligence, and drafting principle agreements for such transactions is a plus. Conversant in a broad range of legal issues impacting project finance and investment transactions in the technology space, including tax, intellectual property, and employment issues is desired
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-27

Counsel / Senior Counsel (Corporate, Compliance and Operations)

New York City NY Counsel / Senior Counsel (Corporate, Compliance and Operations) Duties: Provide counsel on general corporate governance and corporate structuring matters, including formation and contribution of legal entities, managing subsidiary books and implementing best corporate governance practices. Provide support to M&A and financing transactions, including managing the internal due diligence process, negotiating ancillary agreements and documents, and assisting in all areas of deal planning, execution and integration. Manage and administer the company's equity incentive plan and develop employee education materials. Assist in managing the company's risk management practices, including reviewing and renewing the company's corporate insurance policies and implementing company-wide risk management training. Support the Finance organization in the preparation of tax filings, year-end audits, and external reporting, as well as engaging outside accountants and advisors. Assist with review and negotiation of office leases. Review, draft and negotiate commercial agreements with vendors or other partners, including professional services agreements, nondisclosure agreements, master services agreements and statements of work, and similar agreements. Perform contract research and interpretation, providing support on day-to-day issues raised under vendor contracts, including transactional and non-transactional vendor-related matters across the company's core services and business units such as people and culture, finance, real estate, studios production, workplace services, and editorial.

Qualifications: JD and admitted to practice. Should preferably have 2 years of law firm experience; relevant in-house experience is also a plus. Corporate, M&A, or similar transactional experience that provides exposure across a wide range of corporate issues and familiarity with various different types of agreements and practice areas. Excellent communication and organizational skills, including clear and effective written and verbal communication skills, negotiating skills, and strong legal drafting abilities. Ability to translate complex legal issues to business partners and provide a balanced and practical approach to legal drafting and problem-solving. Proven ability to handle multiple projects and prioritize and meet deadlines within a fast-paced environment.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-25

In-house Counsel (corporate)

New York City NY In-House Counsel (Corporate) The ideal candidate should have a JD degree from a top-tier institution and a minimum of 5-9 years of relevant experience in as many the areas as Closed-end registered investment companies; Business development companies; Private funds; Credit asset management business; Contract and entity management; Institutional risk mitigation; Separately managed accounts; Securities Act of 1933; Securities Exchange Act of 1934; Investment Advisers Act of 1940; Investment Company Act of 1940; Transactional work (including mergers & acquisitions); Legislative and regulatory changes that impact the firm and the firm's contracts (including contract negotiations); and Special projects. Legal 5 - 9 Full-time 2022-06-25

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Support the Monetization Legal team across a wide range of subject matters, including corporate, sales and product. Oversee management of the North America entity portfolio, including annual filings, foreign qualification statements, business licenses and related registrations and reports. Collaborate with cross-functional stakeholders in Tax, Finance, and Management Office to establish best practices across group companies. Serve as a key point of contact for any questions related to corporate governance. Serve as a dedicated legal advisor for the Ad Sales team. Draft, negotiate, and review a range of advertising agreements including insertion orders, sales partnership agreements, bespoke campaign agreements with advertising agencies, and other agreements related to the company's ad sales business. Iterate on playbooks, terms and resources to support an efficient and robust ads program. Assist with general transactions and other commercial legal matters as needed. Provide legal support and guidance for non- apps and products seeking expansion into the US market. Educate and inform product and business leads of preliminary requirements and market standards for new entrants. Help build out a go-to-market strategy and ensure product roadmap is consistent with established SOPs and can be integrated into existing processes and systems.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree plus a Juris Doctorate from a top-tier ABA-accredited law school. Member in good standing of the California or New York Bar. Should have 3-6 years of post-qualification law practice. Experience at law firms and in-house at technology platforms or startup-stage companies preferred. Self-starter with the ability to handle complex issues with minimal guidance. Highly organized and energetic, able to navigate a fast-paced environment and be able to effectively serve deadline-oriented clients.
Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2022-06-25

Attorney Editor/content Manager Corporate And M&a

New York City NY Attorney Editor/Content Manager Corporate and M&A Duties: Draft and maintain authoritative, accurate, up-to-date, market-leading, polished practical insights. Engage authors in the practice area, and manage editorial requirements and author relationships. Speak with and understand customers to create better solutions, products, and services that align with business strategy. Stay current with innovations in the legal industry, practice area trends, and the legal marketplace; and think creatively about tools and solutions to evolve the product. Participate in team initiatives and projects; support managers and other business partners to drive success.

Qualifications: J.D. (or LL.M. with excellent English writing skills) from U.S. law school. Should have 5 years of relevant legal practice experience. Subject matter expertise in mergers and acquisitions transactions and related practice areas. Superior writing and analytical skills, with experience in drafting client newsletters/alerts, law journal articles, practical guidance, CLE presentations, or other legal writing a plus. Proficiency in all Microsoft Office applications, as well as Lexis.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-25

Senior Legal Counsel, Corporate Governance And Compliance - Hall Of Fame Resort & Entertainment Comp

Canton NY Senior Legal Counsel, Corporate Governance and Compliance Duties: Assist with the preparation and review of the Company's SEC filings, including periodic reports, current reports, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, securities offerings, and other related filings. Provide support to the Board of Directors and its Committees in the areas of public disclosures, applicable law, corporate governance and policies, oversight responsibilities, executive compensation and other public company obligations and best practices. Assist with the drafting and filing of the Company's annual proxy statement and advise on the Company's annual report and shareholder meeting. Provide legal support and guidance with respect to executive compensation, as well as equity plan administration and trading windows. Provide legal support to the Corporate Secretary, including the drafting, preparation and review of Board of Directors and Committee meeting materials and minutes. Collaborate and provide legal guidance on external communications such as earnings releases, press releases, investor presentations and marketing materials, and the Company's website. Provide legal support for the maintenance of the Company's subsidiaries and for corporate transactions, including debt or equity transactions undertaken by the Company. Partner with Information Technology and other areas of the business to help ensure compliance with data privacy and consumer protection laws and regulations, and adherence to the Company's records retention program. Monitor and maintain awareness of pending regulations and developments that are relevant to the Company, particularly relating to corporate governance and public company matters, as well as evolving areas of the Company's business. Review company policies and practices on a regular basis to ensure that all are in compliance with required laws and regulations. Recommend corporate policies and strategies that promote the Company's goals while complying with laws and regulations. Plan and conduct complex legal assignments, necessitating ability to evaluate matters that may have a major bearing on the conduct of the Company's business. Contribute with analysis, research, identification, and communication of key legal and regulatory issues that could promote or harm the Company's business initiatives and develop pragmatic mitigation strategies. Provide legal support for other commercial contract review, as requested by the General Counsel.

Qualifications: J.D. required. Admitted to practice in one or more states, preferably Ohio. If not admitted in Ohio, must be able to qualify for Corporate Attorney Status in Ohio. Should have 5 years of experience in public company corporate and securities law in a law firm or corporate environment. Strong oral and written communications skills. Team player with sound commercial and legal judgment, and strong analytical skills. Ability to work a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends as necessary.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-22

Senior Corporate Counsel - FinTech and Data

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel - FinTech and Data The candidate will negotiate a variety of complex client-facing commercial agreements, including data and software licenses, services agreements, consulting and development agreements, market data licenses, financial product licenses, redistribution arrangements, data vendor contracts and confidentiality agreements. Negotiate strategic alliance and joint solution partner agreements. Assist with M&A and corporate strategy projects Provide important legal advice and counsel to internal clients regarding licensing, technology and intellectual property matters. Serve as a trusted business partner in identifying business risks, communicating them, and escalating them as needed. Work closely with the business to negotiate and close deals licensing products and services to clients.

The candidate should have 10-15 years of relevant experience practicing law, preferably with the majority of that time spent in-house at financial services or technology company. A JD or LLM and qualification to practice in-house in N.Y. Experience drafting, negotiating, and closing commercial contracts, data licenses, software licenses, SaaS and other technology-related services agreements. Experience in M&A and corporate transactional work is a plus. Positive, execution-oriented outlook, with superior listening and drafting skills and attention to detail. Proactive desire to quickly learn the business and come up to speed in new areas. Ability to analyze legal and business risks and to propose business-oriented solutions to protect the company. Organizational capability to manage multiple deals and work in a fast-paced environment. Ability to build and maintain strong relationships with clients and colleagues.
Legal 10 - 15 Full-time 2022-06-18

Esg And Corporate Governance Counsel

New York City NY ESG and Corporate Governance Counsel Responsibilities: Monitor and ensure compliance with governance-related requirements under Delaware law, SEC rules and regulations, and NYSE and Nasdaq listing standards. Partner with ESG professionals to draft and review Verizon's ESG reporting, and facilitate communications with investors, employees and other stakeholders regarding the company's ESG strategy and practices. Provide advice and counsel regarding subsidiary management, including internal legal restructuring initiatives. Assist with matters related to meetings of the Board of Directors and Board Committees, including preparation of meeting materials, resolutions, minutes and relevant research. Assist with preparation and review of SEC filings, including Annual/Quarterly Reports on Forms 10-K/Q, Current Reports on Form 8-K, Proxy Statement, Section 16 Filings (Forms 3/4/5) and others. Draft and review the Proxy Statement and other materials related to annual shareholder meeting. Assist with stakeholder engagement program, including preparation for meetings with top institutional investors during annual outreach. Monitor corporate governance and ESG trends and regulatory and legislative initiatives for impacts on the company.

Qualifications: JD degree and 6+ years of relevant work experience. Admission and good standing in at least one state (if not New Jersey, then eligibility for New Jersey In-House Counsel Limited Licensure). Experience in SEC reporting, corporate governance or capital markets at top law firm. Writing, editing and oral communication skills, are adaptive to and effective for different audiences. Excellent project management skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to build and maintain relationships within an organization. Ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities and process a large volume of work in a timely manner with attention to detail.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-18
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Product and Privacy Counsel
In-House,Yipitdata
Location : New York City New York United States

About Us: New datasets are being created every day and investors need to incorporate them to remain competitive. YipitData is the go-to, 200+ person data team for hundreds of the largest institutional investors and corporations in the world. We... + read more

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Principal Corporate Counsel
In-House,Microsoft Corporation
Location : Garden City, NY, United States

Principal Corporate Counsel The candidate will drive deep engagement as ?front-line? legal counsel. Will provide high-quality, pragmatic legal and business advice regarding a wide range of general product development, privacy/data protection, compli... + read more

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Corporate Counsel - Licensing And Ip - Healthcare
Refer job# BYEW168983
 
Corporate Counsel - Licensing and IP - Healthcare The candidate will be providing front-line legal advice and support for a wide variety of healthcare products. Creating commercial agreements to sales/licensing, business development, and product teams. Creating collaboration agreements, and agreements related to product development, sales agency, and confidentiality. Reviewing, revising, negotiating and drafting content and technology licenses. Developing and implementing strategies, training, automation, and other efficiency projects. Ensuring compliance with internal policies, processes, and ethical standards. Legal/Contract experience in a law firm or corporation. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Prior data privacy, technology, healthcare, and/or intellectual property contracting experience a plus. Effectively and efficiently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a complex and constantly changing environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FGKJ168957
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Manage the lifecycle for all of company's commercial agreements. Provide subject matter expertise on preparation, negotiation and execution of customer, carrier, vendor, and third-party contracts. Partner with Sales teams to, review, draft, and negotiate customer facing contracts with customers of all sizes, from small business to enterprise segments and across all business lines. Interface with internal teams to advise on contract-related matters and ensure contract terms are consistent with business practices and policies for any new service or partnership. Respond to contract and legal inquiries from customers, partners, vendors, and the business community. Work with other team members to develop, manage, improve, and implement best practice legal processes and organization, including contract management, evaluation and implementation of legal tools, and interdepartmental workflows. Provide training and guidance to internal teams on the use of contract templates, relevant legal issues, and good contracting practices. Navigate complex regulatory, compliance, and operational matters; conduct related research and provide practical, decisive legal guidance. Supervise responses to inquiries from law enforcement. Supervise outside litigation and collection actions. Advise on and assist, as needed, in creating, implementing, and managing corporate compliance policies and practices for areas such as employment, intellectual property, privacy, and website/data security matters. As needed, support teams working on mergers and acquisitions. Any additional projects and duties as assigned by the General Counsel.

Qualifications: JD required. Bar admission and in good standing in at least one state. Should have 3+ years of relevant experience working in a law firm or in-house legal department (ideal candidates will have a combination of both), specifically in drafting and negotiating contracts. Experience in drafting and negotiating a wide range of contracts, including various complex technology, telecommunication, and commercial agreements. Proven track record of handling complex contracting issues under tight deadlines while maintaining positive relationships with internal and external customers. Excellent written, oral communication and negotiation skills. Exceptional attention to detail, organized, efficient and resourceful. Works well independently, with others, and under instruction. Ability to organize, manage and prioritize workload and multiple different assignments from different business units. Ability to synthesize legal issues in a compelling fashion for a business audience and draft written guidance in a digestible and precise manner.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Green Energy Investments
Refer job# AWEE168968
 
Corporate Counsel, Green Energy Investments The candidate will support a variety of project finance investments (including U.S. tax equity investments), equity investment, and other renewable energy related transactions without extensive supervision, that will help us meet our goal of running on carbon-free energy in all our operations around the globe. Will work extensively with Firms treasury and other groups to draft term sheets, perform due diligence, draft definitive documentation, and close project finance investments. Provide legal support for existing project finance investments (including U.S. tax equity investments), JVs, and equity investments. Provide education and advice on project finance matters across various departments within Firms, including finance, product management, and engineering. Assist in developing legal strategy both on specific project finance and investment transactions, as well as across multiple transactions.

The candidate should have JD, equivalent degree, or equivalent practical experience. Must have 7 years of attorney experience in corporate, project finance, equity investment, and other transactional experience with a law firm. Must be Admitted to the Bar or authorized to practice law in the state in which the position is located. Should preferably have 7 years of relevant work experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experience advising clients on corporate matters, including project finance, corporate reorganizations, JVs, equity investments, and financing transactions is desired. Project finance and equity investment experience (public and private) performing due diligence, and drafting principle agreements for such transactions is a plus. Conversant in a broad range of legal issues impacting project finance and investment transactions in the technology space, including tax, intellectual property, and employment issues is desired
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Counsel / Senior Counsel (Corporate, Compliance and Operations)
Refer job# QYFH168922
 
Counsel / Senior Counsel (Corporate, Compliance and Operations) Duties: Provide counsel on general corporate governance and corporate structuring matters, including formation and contribution of legal entities, managing subsidiary books and implementing best corporate governance practices. Provide support to M&A and financing transactions, including managing the internal due diligence process, negotiating ancillary agreements and documents, and assisting in all areas of deal planning, execution and integration. Manage and administer the company's equity incentive plan and develop employee education materials. Assist in managing the company's risk management practices, including reviewing and renewing the company's corporate insurance policies and implementing company-wide risk management training. Support the Finance organization in the preparation of tax filings, year-end audits, and external reporting, as well as engaging outside accountants and advisors. Assist with review and negotiation of office leases. Review, draft and negotiate commercial agreements with vendors or other partners, including professional services agreements, nondisclosure agreements, master services agreements and statements of work, and similar agreements. Perform contract research and interpretation, providing support on day-to-day issues raised under vendor contracts, including transactional and non-transactional vendor-related matters across the company's core services and business units such as people and culture, finance, real estate, studios production, workplace services, and editorial.

Qualifications: JD and admitted to practice. Should preferably have 2 years of law firm experience; relevant in-house experience is also a plus. Corporate, M&A, or similar transactional experience that provides exposure across a wide range of corporate issues and familiarity with various different types of agreements and practice areas. Excellent communication and organizational skills, including clear and effective written and verbal communication skills, negotiating skills, and strong legal drafting abilities. Ability to translate complex legal issues to business partners and provide a balanced and practical approach to legal drafting and problem-solving. Proven ability to handle multiple projects and prioritize and meet deadlines within a fast-paced environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
In-house Counsel (corporate)
Refer job# NQZT168934
 
In-House Counsel (Corporate) The ideal candidate should have a JD degree from a top-tier institution and a minimum of 5-9 years of relevant experience in as many the areas as Closed-end registered investment companies; Business development companies; Private funds; Credit asset management business; Contract and entity management; Institutional risk mitigation; Separately managed accounts; Securities Act of 1933; Securities Exchange Act of 1934; Investment Advisers Act of 1940; Investment Company Act of 1940; Transactional work (including mergers & acquisitions); Legislative and regulatory changes that impact the firm and the firm's contracts (including contract negotiations); and Special projects.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FBFU168939
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Support the Monetization Legal team across a wide range of subject matters, including corporate, sales and product. Oversee management of the North America entity portfolio, including annual filings, foreign qualification statements, business licenses and related registrations and reports. Collaborate with cross-functional stakeholders in Tax, Finance, and Management Office to establish best practices across group companies. Serve as a key point of contact for any questions related to corporate governance. Serve as a dedicated legal advisor for the Ad Sales team. Draft, negotiate, and review a range of advertising agreements including insertion orders, sales partnership agreements, bespoke campaign agreements with advertising agencies, and other agreements related to the company's ad sales business. Iterate on playbooks, terms and resources to support an efficient and robust ads program. Assist with general transactions and other commercial legal matters as needed. Provide legal support and guidance for non- apps and products seeking expansion into the US market. Educate and inform product and business leads of preliminary requirements and market standards for new entrants. Help build out a go-to-market strategy and ensure product roadmap is consistent with established SOPs and can be integrated into existing processes and systems.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree plus a Juris Doctorate from a top-tier ABA-accredited law school. Member in good standing of the California or New York Bar. Should have 3-6 years of post-qualification law practice. Experience at law firms and in-house at technology platforms or startup-stage companies preferred. Self-starter with the ability to handle complex issues with minimal guidance. Highly organized and energetic, able to navigate a fast-paced environment and be able to effectively serve deadline-oriented clients.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Attorney Editor/content Manager Corporate And M&a
Refer job# OYRO168943
 
Attorney Editor/Content Manager Corporate and M&A Duties: Draft and maintain authoritative, accurate, up-to-date, market-leading, polished practical insights. Engage authors in the practice area, and manage editorial requirements and author relationships. Speak with and understand customers to create better solutions, products, and services that align with business strategy. Stay current with innovations in the legal industry, practice area trends, and the legal marketplace; and think creatively about tools and solutions to evolve the product. Participate in team initiatives and projects; support managers and other business partners to drive success.

Qualifications: J.D. (or LL.M. with excellent English writing skills) from U.S. law school. Should have 5 years of relevant legal practice experience. Subject matter expertise in mergers and acquisitions transactions and related practice areas. Superior writing and analytical skills, with experience in drafting client newsletters/alerts, law journal articles, practical guidance, CLE presentations, or other legal writing a plus. Proficiency in all Microsoft Office applications, as well as Lexis.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Corporate Governance And Compliance - Hall Of Fame Resort & Entertainment Comp
Refer job# WPAT168812
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Corporate Governance and Compliance Duties: Assist with the preparation and review of the Company's SEC filings, including periodic reports, current reports, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, securities offerings, and other related filings. Provide support to the Board of Directors and its Committees in the areas of public disclosures, applicable law, corporate governance and policies, oversight responsibilities, executive compensation and other public company obligations and best practices. Assist with the drafting and filing of the Company's annual proxy statement and advise on the Company's annual report and shareholder meeting. Provide legal support and guidance with respect to executive compensation, as well as equity plan administration and trading windows. Provide legal support to the Corporate Secretary, including the drafting, preparation and review of Board of Directors and Committee meeting materials and minutes. Collaborate and provide legal guidance on external communications such as earnings releases, press releases, investor presentations and marketing materials, and the Company's website. Provide legal support for the maintenance of the Company's subsidiaries and for corporate transactions, including debt or equity transactions undertaken by the Company. Partner with Information Technology and other areas of the business to help ensure compliance with data privacy and consumer protection laws and regulations, and adherence to the Company's records retention program. Monitor and maintain awareness of pending regulations and developments that are relevant to the Company, particularly relating to corporate governance and public company matters, as well as evolving areas of the Company's business. Review company policies and practices on a regular basis to ensure that all are in compliance with required laws and regulations. Recommend corporate policies and strategies that promote the Company's goals while complying with laws and regulations. Plan and conduct complex legal assignments, necessitating ability to evaluate matters that may have a major bearing on the conduct of the Company's business. Contribute with analysis, research, identification, and communication of key legal and regulatory issues that could promote or harm the Company's business initiatives and develop pragmatic mitigation strategies. Provide legal support for other commercial contract review, as requested by the General Counsel.

Qualifications: J.D. required. Admitted to practice in one or more states, preferably Ohio. If not admitted in Ohio, must be able to qualify for Corporate Attorney Status in Ohio. Should have 5 years of experience in public company corporate and securities law in a law firm or corporate environment. Strong oral and written communications skills. Team player with sound commercial and legal judgment, and strong analytical skills. Ability to work a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends as necessary.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - FinTech and Data
Refer job# JWYR168709
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - FinTech and Data The candidate will negotiate a variety of complex client-facing commercial agreements, including data and software licenses, services agreements, consulting and development agreements, market data licenses, financial product licenses, redistribution arrangements, data vendor contracts and confidentiality agreements. Negotiate strategic alliance and joint solution partner agreements. Assist with M&A and corporate strategy projects Provide important legal advice and counsel to internal clients regarding licensing, technology and intellectual property matters. Serve as a trusted business partner in identifying business risks, communicating them, and escalating them as needed. Work closely with the business to negotiate and close deals licensing products and services to clients.

The candidate should have 10-15 years of relevant experience practicing law, preferably with the majority of that time spent in-house at financial services or technology company. A JD or LLM and qualification to practice in-house in N.Y. Experience drafting, negotiating, and closing commercial contracts, data licenses, software licenses, SaaS and other technology-related services agreements. Experience in M&A and corporate transactional work is a plus. Positive, execution-oriented outlook, with superior listening and drafting skills and attention to detail. Proactive desire to quickly learn the business and come up to speed in new areas. Ability to analyze legal and business risks and to propose business-oriented solutions to protect the company. Organizational capability to manage multiple deals and work in a fast-paced environment. Ability to build and maintain strong relationships with clients and colleagues.
 
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Esg And Corporate Governance Counsel
Refer job# ASEG168712
 
ESG and Corporate Governance Counsel Responsibilities: Monitor and ensure compliance with governance-related requirements under Delaware law, SEC rules and regulations, and NYSE and Nasdaq listing standards. Partner with ESG professionals to draft and review Verizon's ESG reporting, and facilitate communications with investors, employees and other stakeholders regarding the company's ESG strategy and practices. Provide advice and counsel regarding subsidiary management, including internal legal restructuring initiatives. Assist with matters related to meetings of the Board of Directors and Board Committees, including preparation of meeting materials, resolutions, minutes and relevant research. Assist with preparation and review of SEC filings, including Annual/Quarterly Reports on Forms 10-K/Q, Current Reports on Form 8-K, Proxy Statement, Section 16 Filings (Forms 3/4/5) and others. Draft and review the Proxy Statement and other materials related to annual shareholder meeting. Assist with stakeholder engagement program, including preparation for meetings with top institutional investors during annual outreach. Monitor corporate governance and ESG trends and regulatory and legislative initiatives for impacts on the company.

Qualifications: JD degree and 6+ years of relevant work experience. Admission and good standing in at least one state (if not New Jersey, then eligibility for New Jersey In-House Counsel Limited Licensure). Experience in SEC reporting, corporate governance or capital markets at top law firm. Writing, editing and oral communication skills, are adaptive to and effective for different audiences. Excellent project management skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to build and maintain relationships within an organization. Ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities and process a large volume of work in a timely manner with attention to detail.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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