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Corporate Counsel

Brooklyn NY Corporate Counsel Duties: Advise and provide guidance to all internal teams, including executive team, on corporate, commercial, risk management, and other legal matters. Help shape corporate strategy by providing legal perspective on all aspects of our business, working closely with the executive team to develop and implement policies and procedures designed to enhance business operations and compliance in support of business goals. Draft, review and negotiate a broad range of agreements, including software, technology, services, vendor, supplier, and other commercial contracts. Provide legal guidance and support to internal business teams, including engineering, product, and client success teams, in reviewing terms and conditions and negotiating agreements with our various hardware partners, utility service providers, utility clients, and more. Work with parent company's (Alarm.com) in-house legal team and outside counsel on strategic and risk management issues, regulatory compliance, and corporate legal matters. Regularly evaluate and conduct risk assessments of full contract portfolio and recommend strategies for managing risk and compliance processes.

Requirements: JD Degree from a leading law school. Member in good standing or eligible for admission to the New York Bar. 4+ years of work experience in one of the following: a) the corporate or technology practice group of a leading law firm, b) an in-house counsel role with a similarly-sized technology / SaaS organization, c) a combination of both. Familiarity with one or more of the following areas a plus: commercial contracts, software and technology law, public utilities, intellectual property, data privacy or other regulatory frameworks. Outstanding judgement and the ability to work and make decisions thoughtfully in collaboration with a larger in-house legal team. Excellent writing and communication skills with the ability to develop relationships across multiple internal teams at EnergyHub and with our parent company business teams. Experience with, and enthusiasm for, process improvement, and problem solving. A high degree of personal integrity and the ability to manage sensitive or confidential information. Strong organizational skills, paired with the ability to multitask and deliver assignments on time in a quickly-changing environment.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-25

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft, negotiate and execute agreements and contracts on behalf of the company across all of its geographies. Take the lead on contracting execution for state-wide implementations of networks. Offer counsel on a variety of legal issues. Advise executives within the company. Advise on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with commercial contracts. Research and anticipate unique legal issues that could impact the company. Review advertising and marketing materials to ensure that they are in compliance with legal requirements. Provide training to the company on legal topics.

Qualifications: Undergraduate and law degree. Admission to a recognized bar. 2 - 5 years of experience gained in a large law firm and/or in-house. Healthcare sector and in-house experience is preferred. Experience with software and commercial contracts preferred. Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization. Ability to issue spot within the context of the company's business priorities. Strong negotiating skills with both legal and financial/commercial issues. Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships within the organization's legal department and across all departments. Ability to work independently. Willingness to learn about our technology and the healthcare sector. Enthusiasm and a collaborative approach.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2020-09-25

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will lead commercial contracting globally, including partnering with sales and account management teams on contractual issues, negotiations and procurement; address risk factors. Counsel internal teams on compliance with laws and regulations applicable to data privacy issues. Partner with CTO and CFO on various tasks related to maintenance of our data privacy and security programs, including making policy updates to remain in compliance with applicable laws, advising internal stakeholders on legal requirements, responding to data subject inquiries, assisting with vendor intake and risk management assessments and manage any required privacy trainings. Connecting business requirements and needs into legal strategy and work, research and anticipate unique legal issues that could impact the company. Advise internal teams on legal issues relating to product offerings and third-party partnerships and relationships, Perform cross-functionally across organization to manage different projects and execution of new initiatives; partner and advise executives of the company. Prepare corporate procedures, policies and programs. Coordinating all our external legal advisor. Has a BA and JD and is authorized to practice law in the US are required. 3+ years experience as in-house counsel are required. Has a background and experience with SaaS technology companies, working on commercial contracts, negotiating legal and financial/commercial issues. Marketing and advertising industry experience a plus. Has GDPR + data privacy experience, including negotiating customer and vendor DPAs; CIPP certification preferred. Has outstanding planning, time management and multitasking skills, manage hard month/quarter-end deadlines are required. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-18

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will structure and negotiate complex SaaS commercial transactions, working directly with the company's customers and channel distribution partners. Partner closely with sales team and stakeholders across departments to achieve the company's revenue goals. Become involved in other day-to-day legal matters of importance to the growth of our business. Work on a wide range of topics including, marketing, data privacy and protection, corporate governance, and new product launches. Monitor and address relevant industry regulations to serve as an internal resource on topics of importance to business. Experience with complex SaaS or Software Sales transactions. 4+ years of relevant experience in house or at a recognized law firm. Strong negotiation skills and business acumen. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-18

Corporate Counsel, Data Protection Compliance

New York City NY Corporate Counsel, Data Protection Compliance Duties: Work independently with a high degree of accountability. Speak/write clearly and concisely with a flexible style adaptable to different needs globally. Rapidly adapt to evolving developments. Express complex ideas in easily understandable and effective ways. Be agile when managing conflict and creating/influencing/implementing policies and procedures. Possess excellent business judgment and outstanding critical thinking and analytical capabilities. Be proactive and demonstrate initiative, resourcefulness, and a strong work ethic. Collaborate with the Data Protection team to help identify, develop and mature new processes, operations, technologies, and agreements to scale support for Company's Data Protection Compliance Program in AMER, APAC and LATAM. Work collaboratively with legal and business partners to identify, develop and implement process interlocks with other data protection program requirements globally and assist with building a Common Control Framework for Company's Global Data Protection Compliance Program. Keep up with legal requirements (commercial and public sector) in AMER, APAC and LATAM for data protection and integrate them into Company's Common Control Framework for data protection. Be familiar with the requirements of key security certifications/guidelines that relate to Company's cloud services, such as SOC2, ISO, HIPAA, PCI-DSS and FedRAMP. Provide second level support to members of the Data Protection team who support marketing, HR, IT and Security in fulfilling various data protection requirements. Support the fulfillment of privacy requests globally work closely with key business partners to develop repeatable playbooks and processes to ensure their timely completion. Assist with operationalizing support for website tracking technologies globally. Advise, educate and train on Company's data protection policies/compliance programs globally. Assist with developing, maintaining, and improving Company's auditing capabilities globally to help ensure ongoing compliance of the Global Data Protection Program. Build strong internal and external corporate relationships while balancing the needs of Company's global strategy and priorities. Perform other legal responsibilities as requested.

Requirements: JD degree with excellent academic credentials. License to practice law in applicable work location. 6-9 years experience in data protection compliance, in-house experience with a U.S.-listed company strongly preferred. Written and spoken fluency in English is required. Strong understanding of emerging technologies, cloud computing, SaaS infrastructure. Significant experience with SaaS-standard security programs, such as SOC2, ISO 27001, HIPAA/PCI, and FedRAMP, including a fundamental understanding of program elements. Significant prior experience building data protection compliance programs in AMER, APAC and LATAM. Ability to deliver in a fast paced and entrepreneurial environment in a timely manner. Expertise in Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Prior experience with OneTrust preferred.
Legal 6 - 9 Full-time 2020-09-12

Senior Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Being the legal point of contact on assigned projects supporting inbound and outbound procurement, sales and revenue generation agreements. Reviewing, drafting and negotiating complex IT Services and Outsourcing Agreements/IT commercial contracts with HCL's Customer's per HCL guidelines including: Master Outsourcing Agreements, Professional Services Agreements, Bids and RFPs, and Statements of Work. Commonly negotiated agreements include procurement, subcontracting, software licensing, reseller agreements, NDAs, and SOWs. Performing other contract and general corporate functions as required. Experience with Governmental Contracting (Locals, State, Federal) a plus. Should have 8-14 years of relevant work experience in structuring, negotiating, and drafting Outsourcing, IT and Services contracts. Legal 8 - 14 Full-time 2020-09-11

Senior Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate's primary functions are to negotiate contracts with vendors and communities; support Company technology group; design and administer Company data protection and privacy programs; manage Company IP portfolio; manage the department administrator; support the sales organization; and generally support the Legal Department. Support the General Counsel through mergers and acquisitions. Register, track, and protect intellectual property. Work with Community Network team to draft community contracts. Draft policies and agreements as necessary. Negotiate vendor contracts and resolve contract disputes. Liaise with Human Resources for resources and claims. Monitor and analyze pending legislation and assist in governmental affairs. Assist General Counsel with real estate transactions. Train and educate employees on relevant policies. Support finance, banking, internal financial controls, and annual audit. Manage department administrator. Register and maintain licensing for business entities. Lead engagement across internal business departments to identify and resolve legal and business issues. Perform other duties as assigned. JD from an ABA-accredited law school. Licensed in the State of New York. 7-9 years business/legal experience ideally in both a law firm and corporate setting. Excellent attention to detail and superb organizational skills. Ability to navigate internal CRM database and excel spreadsheets. Excellent legal research, writing, and editing skills. Data protection certification a plus. Legal 7 - 9 Full-time 2020-09-11

Senior Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will work with multiple stakeholders, including Legal Division colleagues, external legal counsel, Compliance Division colleagues, Internal Audit, Human Resources, and colleagues from coompany Global Supply, R&D, Global Product Development and Medical, including senior business leaders. Prepare and present written work product, including memoranda and PowerPoint presentations, summarizing the investigative process and findings. Coordinate closeout meetings and calls with business leaders to discuss discipline and corrective action recommendations. Ensure accurate quarterly and other reports are provided to Compliance leads, Compliance leadership, and other Pfizer committees and stakeholders as necessary. Maintain files and records, and update Team Connect database to reflect activity and progress on matters. Must have Juris Doctorate and a minimum of 10 years professional experience, OR a minimum of 5 years in GxP compliance, including significant experience conducting corporate internal investigations for life sciences companies. Must have significant experience with U.S. and international anti-corruption laws and healthcare regulations. Should have excellent oral and written communication skills. Familiarity with pharmaceutical research, development, manufacturing and quality operations including experience with Good Clinical and Manufacturing Practices preferred. Significant GMP compliance experience, including experience in conducting manufacturing compliance investigations and proactive reviews preferred. Deadline: September 16. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-03

Associate General Counsel, Corporate, Securities & M&a

New York City NY Associate General Counsel, Corporate, Securities & M&A The candidate will work closely with the company's Financial Reporting, Investor Relations, Internal Audit, Executive Compensation, Accounting, Tax and Treasury teams. Will interface regularly with the company's board of directors, CEO, CFO, Chief Legal Officer and other members of the executive leadership team, to provide practical legal advice and counsel and manage, negotiate and execute on a broad range of corporate, securities law, corporate governance and M&A initiatives and the organization's day-to-day operational needs and strategic priorities. Report directly to the Chief Legal Officer. Lead all areas related to the company's global securities laws matters and related compliance, including Securities Act and Exchange Act matters. Prepare and review SEC filings, including registration statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K, proxy statements, including shareholder proposals and proxy solicitation, and Section 16 reporting, including Forms 3, 4 and 5. Develope, refine and maintain policies and procedures to ensure compliance with SEC and other securities-related regulatory requirements applicable to publicly-traded companies, including the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Dodd-Frank Act, NYSE listing standards, Regulation FD and insider trading. Advise on corporate governance (including CSR/ESG initiatives), executive compensation and various other related matters (such as transfer agent and equity plan administration), as well as develop, adopt, manage and refine applicable corporate governance policies and procedures. Keep abreast, and advise on potential impact, of new and proposed securities law and corporate governance developments, market trends and best practices in the markets we operate to ensure continued compliance. Support the corporate secretarial function, including preparation of notices, agendas and materials for board of directors and committee meetings, including board minutes, resolutions and actions, manage the board and committees' calendars, agendas and meeting cadence, and lead preparation for annual meeting of shareholders. Advise on ISS, Glass Lewis and other proxy advisory service positions and corporate responses. Advise on investor relations matters, including review of and collaboration on earnings announcements, earnings scripts, press releases, investor presentations, investor communications, internal communications and other materials (including preparation of appropriate securities disclosure as necessary). Lead the Legal Department's activities on, and manage outside counsel with respect to, all capital markets and other strategic transactions, including M&A and corporate financing transactions and related workstreams. Develop and deliver employee trainings on securities law and related matters, such as insider trading and Regulation FD, and M&A and strategic transaction best practices. Establish appropriate policies, processes, and systems in areas of coverage that enable the company to grow and scale effectively. Have primary Legal Department responsibility for managing the company's real property portfolio, including the acquisition and disposition of real property assets, leases and subleases. Have primary Legal Department responsibility for the Finance Department's day-to-day business needs, including drafting and negotiating a variety of complex commercial agreements on an as-needed basis. Provide advice and counsel to business team leaders on all legal matters affecting areas of coverage, in consultation with other members of the Legal Department and outside counsel as necessary. Build close relationships with personnel at supported business operations and obtain and maintain a strong knowledge of the company's products and the objectives of those operations. Hire and develop a high-performing team to meet increasing needs and requirements as the company continues to grow and mature. Lead or assist the Legal Department's efforts in the preparation, implementation and refinement of forms, processes and procedures relevant to areas of coverage. Manage outside counsel in all appropriate areas of coverage. Provide substantive support to other members of the Legal Department as needed. Perform other special assignments, strategic projects or duties as needed.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from a top law school with exceptional academic credentials. Must have 12+ years of relevant experience, including training at a leading national law firm as a general corporate, securities, corporate governance or M&A attorney and significant time spent in-house, ideally at a public SaaS or other public technology company, in roles of increasing responsibility. Complex commercial contracts experience a plus. Broad and deep expertise in corporate and US securities laws, corporate governance and board governance matters, including best practices is required. Strong experience with coordination and timely and continuous filing of disclosure documentation with the SEC and NYSE is essential. Familiarity with public company accounting, tax and finance processes, terminology, systems and issues, including a basic knowledge of financial statements, GAAP accounting and tax matters is preferred. Must be admitted, active and in good standing with the California State Bar, or with another State Bar and registered, or eligible to register, as in-house counsel with the State of California.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-03

Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate & Technology Transactions

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate & Technology Transactions Duties: Provide advice and assistance to support key business, product and strategic initiatives and advise senior management and deal teams on legal, structural, product and other key issues that arise in these transactions. Manage multiple deals simultaneously across various internal functions and business units. Structure, draft, negotiate and manage a variety of agreements for internal and external strategic initiatives, including commercial and technology contracts, enterprise sales contracts, complex partnerships and integrations, and other corporate programs. Advise on new product strategy and provide product counseling in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, such as GDPR, E-Privacy, CCPA and TCPA. Help develop and maintain corporate policies, procedures and programs. Monitor and address relevant industry regulations. Lead corporate governance, subsidiary compliance and training matters across a global landscape. Privacy: Research and advice regarding privacy laws that impact LivePerson and its clients, including GDPR, CCPA, HIPAA and GLBA. Monitor and advise on upcoming developments. Partner directly with our business, technology, sales and product teams on legal matters of importance to our business. Streamline and automate common legal work flows to help optimize and scale the Legal department and its resources. Supervise, support and mentor junior Legal team members, including providing training and development around management of complex commercial and strategic contracting matters, and developing templates and fallback positions.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a national recognized law school with excellent academic credentials, top tier law firm experience a plus. Admitted to practice in good standing with at least one U.S. state Bar. 10+ years of technology and transactional experience with substantial background in strategic contracting, including buy-side, sell-side, and channel partnerships, for complex SaaS and cloud-based services. Significant in-house experience working closely with business, product and sales teams to provide clear answers to complex issues, using plain English, easy-to-understand vernacular and visual aids (charts, graphs, infographics). Solid experience with privacy, information security, and e-commerce matters. Ability to develop creative, business friendly solutions to solve challenging issues in strategic deals, and to develop credibility and confidence as a trusted advisor. Strong negotiation skills and business acumen, and a passion for entrepreneurship and innovation. Ability to balance multiple tasks and priorities in a fast paced environment. Ability to work both in a team and independently.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-08-31
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# XXLR151914
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Advise and provide guidance to all internal teams, including executive team, on corporate, commercial, risk management, and other legal matters. Help shape corporate strategy by providing legal perspective on all aspects of our business, working closely with the executive team to develop and implement policies and procedures designed to enhance business operations and compliance in support of business goals. Draft, review and negotiate a broad range of agreements, including software, technology, services, vendor, supplier, and other commercial contracts. Provide legal guidance and support to internal business teams, including engineering, product, and client success teams, in reviewing terms and conditions and negotiating agreements with our various hardware partners, utility service providers, utility clients, and more. Work with parent company's (Alarm.com) in-house legal team and outside counsel on strategic and risk management issues, regulatory compliance, and corporate legal matters. Regularly evaluate and conduct risk assessments of full contract portfolio and recommend strategies for managing risk and compliance processes.

Requirements: JD Degree from a leading law school. Member in good standing or eligible for admission to the New York Bar. 4+ years of work experience in one of the following: a) the corporate or technology practice group of a leading law firm, b) an in-house counsel role with a similarly-sized technology / SaaS organization, c) a combination of both. Familiarity with one or more of the following areas a plus: commercial contracts, software and technology law, public utilities, intellectual property, data privacy or other regulatory frameworks. Outstanding judgement and the ability to work and make decisions thoughtfully in collaboration with a larger in-house legal team. Excellent writing and communication skills with the ability to develop relationships across multiple internal teams at EnergyHub and with our parent company business teams. Experience with, and enthusiasm for, process improvement, and problem solving. A high degree of personal integrity and the ability to manage sensitive or confidential information. Strong organizational skills, paired with the ability to multitask and deliver assignments on time in a quickly-changing environment.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HNYI151962
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft, negotiate and execute agreements and contracts on behalf of the company across all of its geographies. Take the lead on contracting execution for state-wide implementations of networks. Offer counsel on a variety of legal issues. Advise executives within the company. Advise on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with commercial contracts. Research and anticipate unique legal issues that could impact the company. Review advertising and marketing materials to ensure that they are in compliance with legal requirements. Provide training to the company on legal topics.

Qualifications: Undergraduate and law degree. Admission to a recognized bar. 2 - 5 years of experience gained in a large law firm and/or in-house. Healthcare sector and in-house experience is preferred. Experience with software and commercial contracts preferred. Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization. Ability to issue spot within the context of the company's business priorities. Strong negotiating skills with both legal and financial/commercial issues. Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships within the organization's legal department and across all departments. Ability to work independently. Willingness to learn about our technology and the healthcare sector. Enthusiasm and a collaborative approach.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FIXP151801
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will lead commercial contracting globally, including partnering with sales and account management teams on contractual issues, negotiations and procurement; address risk factors. Counsel internal teams on compliance with laws and regulations applicable to data privacy issues. Partner with CTO and CFO on various tasks related to maintenance of our data privacy and security programs, including making policy updates to remain in compliance with applicable laws, advising internal stakeholders on legal requirements, responding to data subject inquiries, assisting with vendor intake and risk management assessments and manage any required privacy trainings. Connecting business requirements and needs into legal strategy and work, research and anticipate unique legal issues that could impact the company. Advise internal teams on legal issues relating to product offerings and third-party partnerships and relationships, Perform cross-functionally across organization to manage different projects and execution of new initiatives; partner and advise executives of the company. Prepare corporate procedures, policies and programs. Coordinating all our external legal advisor. Has a BA and JD and is authorized to practice law in the US are required. 3+ years experience as in-house counsel are required. Has a background and experience with SaaS technology companies, working on commercial contracts, negotiating legal and financial/commercial issues. Marketing and advertising industry experience a plus. Has GDPR + data privacy experience, including negotiating customer and vendor DPAs; CIPP certification preferred. Has outstanding planning, time management and multitasking skills, manage hard month/quarter-end deadlines are required.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WPZX151804
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will structure and negotiate complex SaaS commercial transactions, working directly with the company's customers and channel distribution partners. Partner closely with sales team and stakeholders across departments to achieve the company's revenue goals. Become involved in other day-to-day legal matters of importance to the growth of our business. Work on a wide range of topics including, marketing, data privacy and protection, corporate governance, and new product launches. Monitor and address relevant industry regulations to serve as an internal resource on topics of importance to business. Experience with complex SaaS or Software Sales transactions. 4+ years of relevant experience in house or at a recognized law firm. Strong negotiation skills and business acumen.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Data Protection Compliance
Refer job# QCQU151743
 
Corporate Counsel, Data Protection Compliance Duties: Work independently with a high degree of accountability. Speak/write clearly and concisely with a flexible style adaptable to different needs globally. Rapidly adapt to evolving developments. Express complex ideas in easily understandable and effective ways. Be agile when managing conflict and creating/influencing/implementing policies and procedures. Possess excellent business judgment and outstanding critical thinking and analytical capabilities. Be proactive and demonstrate initiative, resourcefulness, and a strong work ethic. Collaborate with the Data Protection team to help identify, develop and mature new processes, operations, technologies, and agreements to scale support for Company's Data Protection Compliance Program in AMER, APAC and LATAM. Work collaboratively with legal and business partners to identify, develop and implement process interlocks with other data protection program requirements globally and assist with building a Common Control Framework for Company's Global Data Protection Compliance Program. Keep up with legal requirements (commercial and public sector) in AMER, APAC and LATAM for data protection and integrate them into Company's Common Control Framework for data protection. Be familiar with the requirements of key security certifications/guidelines that relate to Company's cloud services, such as SOC2, ISO, HIPAA, PCI-DSS and FedRAMP. Provide second level support to members of the Data Protection team who support marketing, HR, IT and Security in fulfilling various data protection requirements. Support the fulfillment of privacy requests globally work closely with key business partners to develop repeatable playbooks and processes to ensure their timely completion. Assist with operationalizing support for website tracking technologies globally. Advise, educate and train on Company's data protection policies/compliance programs globally. Assist with developing, maintaining, and improving Company's auditing capabilities globally to help ensure ongoing compliance of the Global Data Protection Program. Build strong internal and external corporate relationships while balancing the needs of Company's global strategy and priorities. Perform other legal responsibilities as requested.

Requirements: JD degree with excellent academic credentials. License to practice law in applicable work location. 6-9 years experience in data protection compliance, in-house experience with a U.S.-listed company strongly preferred. Written and spoken fluency in English is required. Strong understanding of emerging technologies, cloud computing, SaaS infrastructure. Significant experience with SaaS-standard security programs, such as SOC2, ISO 27001, HIPAA/PCI, and FedRAMP, including a fundamental understanding of program elements. Significant prior experience building data protection compliance programs in AMER, APAC and LATAM. Ability to deliver in a fast paced and entrepreneurial environment in a timely manner. Expertise in Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Prior experience with OneTrust preferred.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YKGW151711
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Being the legal point of contact on assigned projects supporting inbound and outbound procurement, sales and revenue generation agreements. Reviewing, drafting and negotiating complex IT Services and Outsourcing Agreements/IT commercial contracts with HCL's Customer's per HCL guidelines including: Master Outsourcing Agreements, Professional Services Agreements, Bids and RFPs, and Statements of Work. Commonly negotiated agreements include procurement, subcontracting, software licensing, reseller agreements, NDAs, and SOWs. Performing other contract and general corporate functions as required. Experience with Governmental Contracting (Locals, State, Federal) a plus. Should have 8-14 years of relevant work experience in structuring, negotiating, and drafting Outsourcing, IT and Services contracts.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# EDSF151723
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate's primary functions are to negotiate contracts with vendors and communities; support Company technology group; design and administer Company data protection and privacy programs; manage Company IP portfolio; manage the department administrator; support the sales organization; and generally support the Legal Department. Support the General Counsel through mergers and acquisitions. Register, track, and protect intellectual property. Work with Community Network team to draft community contracts. Draft policies and agreements as necessary. Negotiate vendor contracts and resolve contract disputes. Liaise with Human Resources for resources and claims. Monitor and analyze pending legislation and assist in governmental affairs. Assist General Counsel with real estate transactions. Train and educate employees on relevant policies. Support finance, banking, internal financial controls, and annual audit. Manage department administrator. Register and maintain licensing for business entities. Lead engagement across internal business departments to identify and resolve legal and business issues. Perform other duties as assigned. JD from an ABA-accredited law school. Licensed in the State of New York. 7-9 years business/legal experience ideally in both a law firm and corporate setting. Excellent attention to detail and superb organizational skills. Ability to navigate internal CRM database and excel spreadsheets. Excellent legal research, writing, and editing skills. Data protection certification a plus.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HWTA151598
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will work with multiple stakeholders, including Legal Division colleagues, external legal counsel, Compliance Division colleagues, Internal Audit, Human Resources, and colleagues from coompany Global Supply, R&D, Global Product Development and Medical, including senior business leaders. Prepare and present written work product, including memoranda and PowerPoint presentations, summarizing the investigative process and findings. Coordinate closeout meetings and calls with business leaders to discuss discipline and corrective action recommendations. Ensure accurate quarterly and other reports are provided to Compliance leads, Compliance leadership, and other Pfizer committees and stakeholders as necessary. Maintain files and records, and update Team Connect database to reflect activity and progress on matters. Must have Juris Doctorate and a minimum of 10 years professional experience, OR a minimum of 5 years in GxP compliance, including significant experience conducting corporate internal investigations for life sciences companies. Must have significant experience with U.S. and international anti-corruption laws and healthcare regulations. Should have excellent oral and written communication skills. Familiarity with pharmaceutical research, development, manufacturing and quality operations including experience with Good Clinical and Manufacturing Practices preferred. Significant GMP compliance experience, including experience in conducting manufacturing compliance investigations and proactive reviews preferred. Deadline: September 16.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Corporate, Securities & M&a
Refer job# JQEK151614
 
Associate General Counsel, Corporate, Securities & M&A The candidate will work closely with the company's Financial Reporting, Investor Relations, Internal Audit, Executive Compensation, Accounting, Tax and Treasury teams. Will interface regularly with the company's board of directors, CEO, CFO, Chief Legal Officer and other members of the executive leadership team, to provide practical legal advice and counsel and manage, negotiate and execute on a broad range of corporate, securities law, corporate governance and M&A initiatives and the organization's day-to-day operational needs and strategic priorities. Report directly to the Chief Legal Officer. Lead all areas related to the company's global securities laws matters and related compliance, including Securities Act and Exchange Act matters. Prepare and review SEC filings, including registration statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K, proxy statements, including shareholder proposals and proxy solicitation, and Section 16 reporting, including Forms 3, 4 and 5. Develope, refine and maintain policies and procedures to ensure compliance with SEC and other securities-related regulatory requirements applicable to publicly-traded companies, including the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Dodd-Frank Act, NYSE listing standards, Regulation FD and insider trading. Advise on corporate governance (including CSR/ESG initiatives), executive compensation and various other related matters (such as transfer agent and equity plan administration), as well as develop, adopt, manage and refine applicable corporate governance policies and procedures. Keep abreast, and advise on potential impact, of new and proposed securities law and corporate governance developments, market trends and best practices in the markets we operate to ensure continued compliance. Support the corporate secretarial function, including preparation of notices, agendas and materials for board of directors and committee meetings, including board minutes, resolutions and actions, manage the board and committees' calendars, agendas and meeting cadence, and lead preparation for annual meeting of shareholders. Advise on ISS, Glass Lewis and other proxy advisory service positions and corporate responses. Advise on investor relations matters, including review of and collaboration on earnings announcements, earnings scripts, press releases, investor presentations, investor communications, internal communications and other materials (including preparation of appropriate securities disclosure as necessary). Lead the Legal Department's activities on, and manage outside counsel with respect to, all capital markets and other strategic transactions, including M&A and corporate financing transactions and related workstreams. Develop and deliver employee trainings on securities law and related matters, such as insider trading and Regulation FD, and M&A and strategic transaction best practices. Establish appropriate policies, processes, and systems in areas of coverage that enable the company to grow and scale effectively. Have primary Legal Department responsibility for managing the company's real property portfolio, including the acquisition and disposition of real property assets, leases and subleases. Have primary Legal Department responsibility for the Finance Department's day-to-day business needs, including drafting and negotiating a variety of complex commercial agreements on an as-needed basis. Provide advice and counsel to business team leaders on all legal matters affecting areas of coverage, in consultation with other members of the Legal Department and outside counsel as necessary. Build close relationships with personnel at supported business operations and obtain and maintain a strong knowledge of the company's products and the objectives of those operations. Hire and develop a high-performing team to meet increasing needs and requirements as the company continues to grow and mature. Lead or assist the Legal Department's efforts in the preparation, implementation and refinement of forms, processes and procedures relevant to areas of coverage. Manage outside counsel in all appropriate areas of coverage. Provide substantive support to other members of the Legal Department as needed. Perform other special assignments, strategic projects or duties as needed.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from a top law school with exceptional academic credentials. Must have 12+ years of relevant experience, including training at a leading national law firm as a general corporate, securities, corporate governance or M&A attorney and significant time spent in-house, ideally at a public SaaS or other public technology company, in roles of increasing responsibility. Complex commercial contracts experience a plus. Broad and deep expertise in corporate and US securities laws, corporate governance and board governance matters, including best practices is required. Strong experience with coordination and timely and continuous filing of disclosure documentation with the SEC and NYSE is essential. Familiarity with public company accounting, tax and finance processes, terminology, systems and issues, including a basic knowledge of financial statements, GAAP accounting and tax matters is preferred. Must be admitted, active and in good standing with the California State Bar, or with another State Bar and registered, or eligible to register, as in-house counsel with the State of California.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate & Technology Transactions
Refer job# TKAX151566
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate & Technology Transactions Duties: Provide advice and assistance to support key business, product and strategic initiatives and advise senior management and deal teams on legal, structural, product and other key issues that arise in these transactions. Manage multiple deals simultaneously across various internal functions and business units. Structure, draft, negotiate and manage a variety of agreements for internal and external strategic initiatives, including commercial and technology contracts, enterprise sales contracts, complex partnerships and integrations, and other corporate programs. Advise on new product strategy and provide product counseling in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, such as GDPR, E-Privacy, CCPA and TCPA. Help develop and maintain corporate policies, procedures and programs. Monitor and address relevant industry regulations. Lead corporate governance, subsidiary compliance and training matters across a global landscape. Privacy: Research and advice regarding privacy laws that impact LivePerson and its clients, including GDPR, CCPA, HIPAA and GLBA. Monitor and advise on upcoming developments. Partner directly with our business, technology, sales and product teams on legal matters of importance to our business. Streamline and automate common legal work flows to help optimize and scale the Legal department and its resources. Supervise, support and mentor junior Legal team members, including providing training and development around management of complex commercial and strategic contracting matters, and developing templates and fallback positions.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a national recognized law school with excellent academic credentials, top tier law firm experience a plus. Admitted to practice in good standing with at least one U.S. state Bar. 10+ years of technology and transactional experience with substantial background in strategic contracting, including buy-side, sell-side, and channel partnerships, for complex SaaS and cloud-based services. Significant in-house experience working closely with business, product and sales teams to provide clear answers to complex issues, using plain English, easy-to-understand vernacular and visual aids (charts, graphs, infographics). Solid experience with privacy, information security, and e-commerce matters. Ability to develop creative, business friendly solutions to solve challenging issues in strategic deals, and to develop credibility and confidence as a trusted advisor. Strong negotiation skills and business acumen, and a passion for entrepreneurship and innovation. Ability to balance multiple tasks and priorities in a fast paced environment. Ability to work both in a team and independently.
 
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