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Vice President, Corporate Counsel

Long Island City NY Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate will advise on and support corporate securities and SEC reporting and compliance matters, including preparation and filing Forms 8-K, 10-Q and 10-K, registration statements, proxy statements and all related filings. Maintain governance policies and practices, including corporate governance guidelines, committee charters and other governing documents. Collaborate with investor relations department in engagement with stockholders on governance matters, including participating in engagement calls and meetings with investors and proxy advisors. Provide counsel in the areas of capital markets transactions and corporate finance matters, including mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings and repurchase and credit facilities. Advise on governance matters, including Delaware corporate law questions, charter and bylaw provisions, governance guidelines, independence and related party transactions matters, and Board committee charters. Create and manage teams with other AUSA in-house attorneys and outside advisors (including active management of outside counsel) for sophisticated transactions. Advise and work closely with a variety of key stakeholders, including senior management, Accounting, Investor Relations, Treasury, Tax, Finance, and business functions. Must have 10+ years of related legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house public company environment with a sophisticated securities/corporate governance/corporate finance practice. Substantial experience in corporate securities ( 33 and 34 Act), corporate governance and corporate finance is required. JD degree and state bar admission required. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Vice President, Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include: Providing advice on a broad range of real estate matters including sales, acquisitions, financings, leasing, property management and development in the U.S. and Latin America. Providing advice related to joint ventures, REIT, FIBRA (Mexican REITs) and CKD investment structures as well as other investment transactions. Providing advice on the legal and regulatory issues related to the structuring, marketing and launching of new real estate investment funds and other products. Supporting portfolio management and asset management teams. Providing advice on fund governance and litigation matters as needed. Retaining, managing and coordinating outside counsel. Supporting and driving diversity and inclusion efforts, including the retention of diverse outside counsel. Must have significant law firm or in-house transactional experience (minimum of 6 years). Real estate transactional experience is a plus. Should be fluent in Spanish. Desire to learn the PGIM Real Estate business and expand knowledge of the different areas of law that affect the business in the U.S. and Latin America. General knowledge of the US regulatory framework for private funds and real estate capital markets, such as the Investment Advisers Act, the Securities Act of 1933 and ERISA is a plus. General knowledge of rules and regulations related to REITs, FIBRAs and CKDs is a plus. Admitted to practice law in at least one state and able to obtain an in-house counsel license, if required. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-22

Sr Corporate Counsel - Service Provider Channels

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will structure, draft and negotiate complex agreements with our most strategic US SP Channels partners for the purchase of hardware, software and services for resale, including cloud and managed services. This includes the ability to efficiently identify and resolve issues presented by partner paper, including competition law issues across various jurisdictions. Serve as an escalation point and SME for the channels programs. Will have an understanding of the structure of companys channel programs, various channel partner program certifications, partner roles, benefits and obligations and advise on compliance issues associated with the terms of programs. Will be a trusted advisor to the Channels sales leadership team and ensure focus and prioritization of key deals, including serving as lead legal negotiator to bring those deals to timely closure. Participate as a member of the SP Channels VP or Directors extended leadership team by attending staff calls, providing input on business and contracting strategies, being a first point of contact on all legal issues and providing ongoing business counseling. Supports US Service Provider (SP) Channels, to include some of the most strategic and the largest partners. In this role, you ll provide legal support for the Channels team and become a subject matter expert (SME) in companys channels programs, including the Cloud and Managed Services Program (CMSP). Previous SP channels or cloud and managed services experience is strongly preferred, but we will consider standout applicants without this experience who otherwise demonstrate a strong dedication to customer service in every interaction, the ability to identify, digest and vigilantly eliminate unnecessary complexity (whether its in the form of dense contract language or a needlessly byzantine organizational process), comfort navigating complex and new issues where answers are not readily available, a hunger to develop expertise in a new area, and fearlessness about deep diving in order to develop this expertise.

The candidate should have 8 years of relevant experience practicing law or in contract management or negotiation role with meaningful experience structuring, drafting and negotiating complex products and services agreements and a consistent track record of handling such transactions. Should have superior customer service, organization, and interpersonal skills and are confident dealing directly with all levels of management and with customers. Strong knowledge of cloud computing, data privacy and security, software licensing and XaaS, outsourcing or managed services agreements are all strongly preferred. Must have record of accomplishment of successfully handling complex contractual negotiations and challenging customers, partners and sales staff in a business effective manner, with a demonstrated ability to pragmatically balance risk and reward to achieve business outcomes. Must have strong influencing and leadership skills, including decisiveness on both legal and business issues with willingness to collaborate, share knowledge and respond to urgent matters and execute immediately. Ability to understand, evaluate and break down new, novel and complex issues, business models and contracting approaches and present these to others in a clear and concise manner is required.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-17

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will be assisting with a wide range of securities, corporate, and M&A matters. Assisting with preparation and review of reports filed with the SEC, including disclosures on Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K, and managing legal aspects of SEC reporting process. Supporting corporate governance matters, including meetings of our Board, its committees and our annual meeting of stockholders. Assisting with preparation and review of firm s proxy statement. Providing advice and strategic support on legal issues arising in connection with M&A transactions. Supporting compliance activities relating to various corporate policies, including Code of Conduct and Insider Trading Policy. Assisting on employment matters, such as equity compensation, employment templates and processes. Advising on the design and administration firm s equity program. Supporting corporate communications and investor relations on earnings releases, investor presentations and other strategic communications. Assisting with registered and unregistered debt and equity offerings. Working collaboratively with a broad range of people domestically and internationally, across legal, finance, communications and human resources. Must have JD degree. Should have 3-5 years of corporate law firm experience. Experience with SEC reporting and securities compliance, including preparation of periodic reports, proxy statements, Section 16 reports and registration statements, and Nasdaq listing requirements is required. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-06-16

Corporate Counsel, Contracts

Skaneateles Falls NY Corporate Counsel, Contracts The candidate will review, draft, and negotiate a range of sales agreements, including distribution and reseller agreements, pricing agreements, group purchasing organization agreements, private label agreements, rebate agreements, marketing agreements, sponsorship agreements, evaluation agreements, license agreements, business associate agreements, and non-disclosure agreements. Identify and analyze legal issues, help determine business terms and structure transactions, and provide advice to clients that balances business objectives and legal risk. Manage the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and contracting workflows, including updating templates and delivering training, to drive efficiency. Provide general regulatory advice and training, remain current on legal decisions, statutory changes, and other developments, and advise clients accordingly. Assist corporate in-house counsel in other contract matters, and in compliance-related activities, as instructed. Other duties may be assigned.

The candidate must have J.D. and excellent academic credentials. Should have license to practice law in New York or eligible to register as in-house counsel under Part 522 of the Rules of the Court of Appeals for the Admission of Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Must have 4-6 years of directly relevant legal experience with a law firm or in-house. Experience with multi-national corporations, particularly in the life sciences/medical device sector preferred. Must have superior writing and speaking skills (must be able to draft simple and comprehensible terms and conditions and convey complex legal guidance in plain language). Should have strong analytical and negotiation skills. Must have High degree of organization with demonstrated attention to detail. Should have ability to work with minimal supervision and exercise appropriate independent judgment but know when to seek guidance and input from relevant stakeholders.The candidate must have J.D. and excellent academic credentials. Should have license to practice law in New York or eligible to register as in-house counsel under Part 522 of the Rules of the Court of Appeals for the Admission of Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Must have 4-6 years of directly relevant legal experience with a law firm or in-house. Experience with multi-national corporations, particularly in the life sciences/medical device sector preferred. Must have superior writing and speaking skills (must be able to draft simple and comprehensible terms and conditions and convey complex legal guidance in plain language). Should have strong analytical and negotiation skills. Must have High degree of organization with demonstrated attention to detail. Should have ability to work with minimal supervision and exercise appropriate independent judgment but know when to seek guidance and input from relevant stakeholders.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2019-06-14

Associate Director, Corporate Counsel Regulatory & Commercial Law

Tarrytown NY Associate Director, Corporate Counsel Regulatory & Commercial Law Requisition Number: 16919BR The candidate will provide proactive and collaborative legal support in connection with one or more products as well as legal advice to a wide range of internal clients, including sales, marketing, medical affairs, regulatory, and compliance. The level of counseling requires a deep understanding of healthcare laws, including the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, and laws related to the discovery, development, sales and marketing of biotechnology products (including healthcare fraud and abuse laws). The ideal candidate will have relevant in-house experience counseling on an approved product and providing practical and strategic legal advice on a broad range of issues. Provide product support counseling in connection with one or more products/product candidates from development through commercialization and lifecycle planning. Review and approval of external funding requests, including educational grants, sponsorships, collaborations, and charitable donations. Will serve as voting legal member on relevant external funding committees and proactively help to develop and improve necessary policies and procedures. Review and approve needs assessments in connection with proposed engagements with healthcare professionals, including those in connection with speaker and general consulting engagements. Provide legal support as needed on patient assistance programs and market access contracts. Assist with a broad range of other healthcare regulatory matters including monitoring the enforcement environment, client training, and compliance policy development.

The candidate should have JD with 5+ years relevant legal experience. Should be Licensed to practice law in New York or eligible for licensure as a registered in-house counsel. Prior in-house healthcare/pharmaceutical and/or biotech experience strongly preferred. Significant knowledge of life sciences regulatory enforcement trends, the FDCA, the false claims act, and fraud and abuse laws. Should have exceptional oral and written communication skills, including drafting skills, and presentation capabilities. Should have excellent interpersonal and conflict resolution skills and ability to work in highly collaborative, team-oriented environment. Should have ability to maintain an independent and objective perspective while developing and maintaining a strong partnership with the client organizations.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-12

Legal- Vp - Assistant General Counsel - Corporate & Investment Bank

New York City NY Legal- VP - Assistant General Counsel - Corporate & Investment Bank The candidate will have the responsibility for providing advisory support for the CIB Securitized Products - ABS, RMBS and CMBS, with a particular focus on the CMBS business. Responsibilities will include drafting, negotiating and advising on the full range of documentation relating to securitizations (including underwriting documentation, private placement, engagement and confidentiality agreements). The role will also include providing advice to the Securitized Products business on a wide variety of related legal, structuring, reputational and litigation risk mitigation issues. Will also work closely with partners in other functional areas and regions on a wide range of matters relating to regulatory risks and developments, new regulatory implementation, data use and contracting matters, and new business initiatives. Will work both independently and with colleagues across the Firms global Legal Department and you will manage, and supervise, external counsel engaged in related assignments.

The candidate should have must have a JD or educational equivalent and be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in NY or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of NY, all prior to employment. 5+ years experience, including extensive work on securitizations ranging from documentation drafting and handling any related negotiation. Prior experience working for or representing a full service investment bank (on securitizations or other transactional assignments). Experience with Commercial Mortgage Backed Securitizations is required. Interest, and established work experience, in other asset classes, such as consumer, esoteric and residential mortgage, is strongly preferred. Familiarity with SEC reporting and working knowledge of lending arrangements and warehouse facilities, including the related documentation such as credit and loan agreements. Solid knowledge of the U.S. securities laws applicable to public and private offerings of securitizations, including, among things, Regulation AB and the credit risk retention rules. Extensive experience with SEC-registered and Rule 144A offerings for securitizations. Experience with drafting and reviewing prospectuses/offering memoranda, underwriting agreements and indentures. Familiarity with securities counsel opinions, accountants ? comfort letters and relevant accounting issues, bankruptcy, tax and ERISA. Familiarity with related consumer regulatory requirements and bankruptcy laws a strong plus. Excellent drafting skills, strong attention to detail. Polished verbal and written communication skills; ability to effectively communicate complex legal issues to senior managers or executives; strong interpersonal skills. Ability to work independently on transactions and projects. Team player, confident and proactive. Must successfully complete a conflicts of interest review prior to employment.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-12

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will negotiate, draft and review a wide range of commercial agreements, including : consulting, SaaS and other vendor agreements, NDAs, co-promotion / sponsorship agreements, and those supporting social media and influencer marketing, IP and content licensing, and digital and print media production. Advise on legal issues related to marketing and promotional programs, including review of all customer-facing advertising and marketing materials, rights clearance issues, claim substantiation, and contests / sweepstakes. Create scalable processes for triaging a high volume of disparate legal issues from all areas of the business and help provide training, create templates and manage workflows to allow business teams to move quickly while addressing key risks. Should have east 4-6 years experience at a top law firm, ideally with some in-house experience (experience with an e-commerce company a plus). Should have a JD from a top accredited law school, exceptional academic credentials (yes, really) and are a member in good standing of the New York bar or eligible to register as in-house counsel in New York. Should have exceptional judgment and are able to act decisively in situations requiring quick but thorough analysis and decision-making, while understanding when and how to appropriately escalate issues. Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2019-06-12

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Work closely with the artist marketing, event production and content production teams in negotiating, structuring and drafting artist engagement and branded content deals, including agreements with recording artists, talent agencies, vendors, venues, suppliers, contractors, record labels, and various rights holders for live event and custom content production and promotion. Collaborate with brand marketing team to negotiate and draft licensing agreements with various music industry rights holders for brand campaigns. Work closely with sales development, brand partnerships, and sales organizations in negotiating and drafting experiential and digital sponsorship agreements for live event and custom content program sponsorships. Effectively negotiate and interact with key players in the music industry (business and legal) and collaborate with other members of the team, including sales, finance, accounting, tax, engineering, product, and senior-level executives under time-sensitive conditions. Work closely with music-industry business partners in negotiating, structuring and drafting music festival sponsorships and broadcast deals. Advise team members regarding various business and legal matters including copyright, trademark, rights of publicity and privacy, contractual rights and obligations and legal claims. Build strong internal client relationships and generate client satisfaction through strategic thinking and risk analysis.

Requirements: A JD Degree from a nationally recognized law school. Admission to at least one state bar (State Bar of California or New York, as applicable, preferred). 5+ years of experience practicing law (3+ years of which specializing in entertainment law). In-house experience preferred. Preferred skills. Proven, in-depth knowledge and experience drafting and negotiating complex agreements relating to the creation, distribution, marketing and financing of branded content. Intimate knowledge of legal areas involved in entertainment law, including copyright, trademark, and rights of publicity and privacy. Demonstrable knowledge of live event industry and experiential sponsorship deal structures. Strong analytical capabilities and judgment, even when the rules are unclear and the issues are of first impression. Demonstrated strong ability to collaborate effectively and influence internal clients. Ability to manage a varied, high-volume workload efficiently and smoothly, operate autonomously (without outside counsel support) and remain cool and levelheaded in high-pressure situations. Knowledge of record label and publishing administration. Practical knowledge of the music and technology industries. Ability to make decisions and pivot quickly and fluidly, think practically and be solutions-oriented. Curiosity and willingness to tackle matters outside area of expertise. Ability to recognize and respond quickly and pragmatically to urgent situations and demanding clients. Ability to take rational business risks. Outgoing, optimistic, a self-starter and flexible.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-10

Corporate Governance - Legal Counsel

Armonk NY Corporate Governance - Legal Counsel Duties: Be a trusted partner to management and members of legal entity boards of directors and committees by providing corporate governance, insurance regulatory and general corporate legal advice and corporate secretarial services and clearly articulating legal risks and opportunities. Be responsible for organization of board and committee meetings, prepare and/or review meeting materials (e.g., agendas, resolutions, reports, etc.), distribute meeting materials through use of electronic board portal, prepare written consent actions, and draft minutes. Be responsible for maintaining corporate records (electronic and paper, including minute books) and provide general corporate housekeeping support, including entity formation, entity dissolution and entity registrations. Respond to inquiries and requests for corporate documents from internal clients, auditors or regulators. Prepare and deliver presentations and trainings to board and committee members; coordinate projects in connection with board training initiatives and other corporate governance matters. Monitor applicable legal and regulatory developments.

Qualifications: An experienced corporate attorney, licensed to practice in New York, with knowledge of corporate secretarial practices and understanding of corporate governance practices and requirements. You have at least three years corporate/business law experience in a major law firm or in a corporate legal department. Experience in the insurance/financial services industry is a plus. Exceptional organizational skills, pay close attention to detail and are confident in your ability to manage a complex workload. Work independently and as a contributing team member with minimum supervision. Proven ability to work collaboratively to achieve team objectives. Demonstrate accountability and you are fully reliable, responsible and have high energy. Exercise good judgment and recognize when to ask for help or raise issues. Proficient in MS Office products such as Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint; experience with entity management databases (particularly EnGlobe) and board portals a plus.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-10
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Vice President, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VZFU144701
 
Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate will advise on and support corporate securities and SEC reporting and compliance matters, including preparation and filing Forms 8-K, 10-Q and 10-K, registration statements, proxy statements and all related filings. Maintain governance policies and practices, including corporate governance guidelines, committee charters and other governing documents. Collaborate with investor relations department in engagement with stockholders on governance matters, including participating in engagement calls and meetings with investors and proxy advisors. Provide counsel in the areas of capital markets transactions and corporate finance matters, including mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings and repurchase and credit facilities. Advise on governance matters, including Delaware corporate law questions, charter and bylaw provisions, governance guidelines, independence and related party transactions matters, and Board committee charters. Create and manage teams with other AUSA in-house attorneys and outside advisors (including active management of outside counsel) for sophisticated transactions. Advise and work closely with a variety of key stakeholders, including senior management, Accounting, Investor Relations, Treasury, Tax, Finance, and business functions. Must have 10+ years of related legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house public company environment with a sophisticated securities/corporate governance/corporate finance practice. Substantial experience in corporate securities ( 33 and 34 Act), corporate governance and corporate finance is required. JD degree and state bar admission required.
 
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Vice President, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NWSN144672
 
Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include: Providing advice on a broad range of real estate matters including sales, acquisitions, financings, leasing, property management and development in the U.S. and Latin America. Providing advice related to joint ventures, REIT, FIBRA (Mexican REITs) and CKD investment structures as well as other investment transactions. Providing advice on the legal and regulatory issues related to the structuring, marketing and launching of new real estate investment funds and other products. Supporting portfolio management and asset management teams. Providing advice on fund governance and litigation matters as needed. Retaining, managing and coordinating outside counsel. Supporting and driving diversity and inclusion efforts, including the retention of diverse outside counsel. Must have significant law firm or in-house transactional experience (minimum of 6 years). Real estate transactional experience is a plus. Should be fluent in Spanish. Desire to learn the PGIM Real Estate business and expand knowledge of the different areas of law that affect the business in the U.S. and Latin America. General knowledge of the US regulatory framework for private funds and real estate capital markets, such as the Investment Advisers Act, the Securities Act of 1933 and ERISA is a plus. General knowledge of rules and regulations related to REITs, FIBRAs and CKDs is a plus. Admitted to practice law in at least one state and able to obtain an in-house counsel license, if required.
 
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Sr Corporate Counsel - Service Provider Channels
Refer job# DACM144607
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will structure, draft and negotiate complex agreements with our most strategic US SP Channels partners for the purchase of hardware, software and services for resale, including cloud and managed services. This includes the ability to efficiently identify and resolve issues presented by partner paper, including competition law issues across various jurisdictions. Serve as an escalation point and SME for the channels programs. Will have an understanding of the structure of companys channel programs, various channel partner program certifications, partner roles, benefits and obligations and advise on compliance issues associated with the terms of programs. Will be a trusted advisor to the Channels sales leadership team and ensure focus and prioritization of key deals, including serving as lead legal negotiator to bring those deals to timely closure. Participate as a member of the SP Channels VP or Directors extended leadership team by attending staff calls, providing input on business and contracting strategies, being a first point of contact on all legal issues and providing ongoing business counseling. Supports US Service Provider (SP) Channels, to include some of the most strategic and the largest partners. In this role, you ll provide legal support for the Channels team and become a subject matter expert (SME) in companys channels programs, including the Cloud and Managed Services Program (CMSP). Previous SP channels or cloud and managed services experience is strongly preferred, but we will consider standout applicants without this experience who otherwise demonstrate a strong dedication to customer service in every interaction, the ability to identify, digest and vigilantly eliminate unnecessary complexity (whether its in the form of dense contract language or a needlessly byzantine organizational process), comfort navigating complex and new issues where answers are not readily available, a hunger to develop expertise in a new area, and fearlessness about deep diving in order to develop this expertise.

The candidate should have 8 years of relevant experience practicing law or in contract management or negotiation role with meaningful experience structuring, drafting and negotiating complex products and services agreements and a consistent track record of handling such transactions. Should have superior customer service, organization, and interpersonal skills and are confident dealing directly with all levels of management and with customers. Strong knowledge of cloud computing, data privacy and security, software licensing and XaaS, outsourcing or managed services agreements are all strongly preferred. Must have record of accomplishment of successfully handling complex contractual negotiations and challenging customers, partners and sales staff in a business effective manner, with a demonstrated ability to pragmatically balance risk and reward to achieve business outcomes. Must have strong influencing and leadership skills, including decisiveness on both legal and business issues with willingness to collaborate, share knowledge and respond to urgent matters and execute immediately. Ability to understand, evaluate and break down new, novel and complex issues, business models and contracting approaches and present these to others in a clear and concise manner is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# MQSG144568
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be assisting with a wide range of securities, corporate, and M&A matters. Assisting with preparation and review of reports filed with the SEC, including disclosures on Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K, and managing legal aspects of SEC reporting process. Supporting corporate governance matters, including meetings of our Board, its committees and our annual meeting of stockholders. Assisting with preparation and review of firm s proxy statement. Providing advice and strategic support on legal issues arising in connection with M&A transactions. Supporting compliance activities relating to various corporate policies, including Code of Conduct and Insider Trading Policy. Assisting on employment matters, such as equity compensation, employment templates and processes. Advising on the design and administration firm s equity program. Supporting corporate communications and investor relations on earnings releases, investor presentations and other strategic communications. Assisting with registered and unregistered debt and equity offerings. Working collaboratively with a broad range of people domestically and internationally, across legal, finance, communications and human resources. Must have JD degree. Should have 3-5 years of corporate law firm experience. Experience with SEC reporting and securities compliance, including preparation of periodic reports, proxy statements, Section 16 reports and registration statements, and Nasdaq listing requirements is required.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Contracts
Refer job# WCOH144529
 
Corporate Counsel, Contracts The candidate will review, draft, and negotiate a range of sales agreements, including distribution and reseller agreements, pricing agreements, group purchasing organization agreements, private label agreements, rebate agreements, marketing agreements, sponsorship agreements, evaluation agreements, license agreements, business associate agreements, and non-disclosure agreements. Identify and analyze legal issues, help determine business terms and structure transactions, and provide advice to clients that balances business objectives and legal risk. Manage the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and contracting workflows, including updating templates and delivering training, to drive efficiency. Provide general regulatory advice and training, remain current on legal decisions, statutory changes, and other developments, and advise clients accordingly. Assist corporate in-house counsel in other contract matters, and in compliance-related activities, as instructed. Other duties may be assigned.

The candidate must have J.D. and excellent academic credentials. Should have license to practice law in New York or eligible to register as in-house counsel under Part 522 of the Rules of the Court of Appeals for the Admission of Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Must have 4-6 years of directly relevant legal experience with a law firm or in-house. Experience with multi-national corporations, particularly in the life sciences/medical device sector preferred. Must have superior writing and speaking skills (must be able to draft simple and comprehensible terms and conditions and convey complex legal guidance in plain language). Should have strong analytical and negotiation skills. Must have High degree of organization with demonstrated attention to detail. Should have ability to work with minimal supervision and exercise appropriate independent judgment but know when to seek guidance and input from relevant stakeholders.The candidate must have J.D. and excellent academic credentials. Should have license to practice law in New York or eligible to register as in-house counsel under Part 522 of the Rules of the Court of Appeals for the Admission of Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Must have 4-6 years of directly relevant legal experience with a law firm or in-house. Experience with multi-national corporations, particularly in the life sciences/medical device sector preferred. Must have superior writing and speaking skills (must be able to draft simple and comprehensible terms and conditions and convey complex legal guidance in plain language). Should have strong analytical and negotiation skills. Must have High degree of organization with demonstrated attention to detail. Should have ability to work with minimal supervision and exercise appropriate independent judgment but know when to seek guidance and input from relevant stakeholders.
 
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Associate Director, Corporate Counsel Regulatory & Commercial Law
Refer job# SEBH144467
 
Associate Director, Corporate Counsel Regulatory & Commercial Law Requisition Number: 16919BR The candidate will provide proactive and collaborative legal support in connection with one or more products as well as legal advice to a wide range of internal clients, including sales, marketing, medical affairs, regulatory, and compliance. The level of counseling requires a deep understanding of healthcare laws, including the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, and laws related to the discovery, development, sales and marketing of biotechnology products (including healthcare fraud and abuse laws). The ideal candidate will have relevant in-house experience counseling on an approved product and providing practical and strategic legal advice on a broad range of issues. Provide product support counseling in connection with one or more products/product candidates from development through commercialization and lifecycle planning. Review and approval of external funding requests, including educational grants, sponsorships, collaborations, and charitable donations. Will serve as voting legal member on relevant external funding committees and proactively help to develop and improve necessary policies and procedures. Review and approve needs assessments in connection with proposed engagements with healthcare professionals, including those in connection with speaker and general consulting engagements. Provide legal support as needed on patient assistance programs and market access contracts. Assist with a broad range of other healthcare regulatory matters including monitoring the enforcement environment, client training, and compliance policy development.

The candidate should have JD with 5+ years relevant legal experience. Should be Licensed to practice law in New York or eligible for licensure as a registered in-house counsel. Prior in-house healthcare/pharmaceutical and/or biotech experience strongly preferred. Significant knowledge of life sciences regulatory enforcement trends, the FDCA, the false claims act, and fraud and abuse laws. Should have exceptional oral and written communication skills, including drafting skills, and presentation capabilities. Should have excellent interpersonal and conflict resolution skills and ability to work in highly collaborative, team-oriented environment. Should have ability to maintain an independent and objective perspective while developing and maintaining a strong partnership with the client organizations.
 
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Legal- Vp - Assistant General Counsel - Corporate & Investment Bank
Refer job# FPXU144468
 
Legal- VP - Assistant General Counsel - Corporate & Investment Bank The candidate will have the responsibility for providing advisory support for the CIB Securitized Products - ABS, RMBS and CMBS, with a particular focus on the CMBS business. Responsibilities will include drafting, negotiating and advising on the full range of documentation relating to securitizations (including underwriting documentation, private placement, engagement and confidentiality agreements). The role will also include providing advice to the Securitized Products business on a wide variety of related legal, structuring, reputational and litigation risk mitigation issues. Will also work closely with partners in other functional areas and regions on a wide range of matters relating to regulatory risks and developments, new regulatory implementation, data use and contracting matters, and new business initiatives. Will work both independently and with colleagues across the Firms global Legal Department and you will manage, and supervise, external counsel engaged in related assignments.

The candidate should have must have a JD or educational equivalent and be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in NY or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of NY, all prior to employment. 5+ years experience, including extensive work on securitizations ranging from documentation drafting and handling any related negotiation. Prior experience working for or representing a full service investment bank (on securitizations or other transactional assignments). Experience with Commercial Mortgage Backed Securitizations is required. Interest, and established work experience, in other asset classes, such as consumer, esoteric and residential mortgage, is strongly preferred. Familiarity with SEC reporting and working knowledge of lending arrangements and warehouse facilities, including the related documentation such as credit and loan agreements. Solid knowledge of the U.S. securities laws applicable to public and private offerings of securitizations, including, among things, Regulation AB and the credit risk retention rules. Extensive experience with SEC-registered and Rule 144A offerings for securitizations. Experience with drafting and reviewing prospectuses/offering memoranda, underwriting agreements and indentures. Familiarity with securities counsel opinions, accountants ? comfort letters and relevant accounting issues, bankruptcy, tax and ERISA. Familiarity with related consumer regulatory requirements and bankruptcy laws a strong plus. Excellent drafting skills, strong attention to detail. Polished verbal and written communication skills; ability to effectively communicate complex legal issues to senior managers or executives; strong interpersonal skills. Ability to work independently on transactions and projects. Team player, confident and proactive. Must successfully complete a conflicts of interest review prior to employment.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PRQV144469
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will negotiate, draft and review a wide range of commercial agreements, including : consulting, SaaS and other vendor agreements, NDAs, co-promotion / sponsorship agreements, and those supporting social media and influencer marketing, IP and content licensing, and digital and print media production. Advise on legal issues related to marketing and promotional programs, including review of all customer-facing advertising and marketing materials, rights clearance issues, claim substantiation, and contests / sweepstakes. Create scalable processes for triaging a high volume of disparate legal issues from all areas of the business and help provide training, create templates and manage workflows to allow business teams to move quickly while addressing key risks. Should have east 4-6 years experience at a top law firm, ideally with some in-house experience (experience with an e-commerce company a plus). Should have a JD from a top accredited law school, exceptional academic credentials (yes, really) and are a member in good standing of the New York bar or eligible to register as in-house counsel in New York. Should have exceptional judgment and are able to act decisively in situations requiring quick but thorough analysis and decision-making, while understanding when and how to appropriately escalate issues.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PEEW144450
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Work closely with the artist marketing, event production and content production teams in negotiating, structuring and drafting artist engagement and branded content deals, including agreements with recording artists, talent agencies, vendors, venues, suppliers, contractors, record labels, and various rights holders for live event and custom content production and promotion. Collaborate with brand marketing team to negotiate and draft licensing agreements with various music industry rights holders for brand campaigns. Work closely with sales development, brand partnerships, and sales organizations in negotiating and drafting experiential and digital sponsorship agreements for live event and custom content program sponsorships. Effectively negotiate and interact with key players in the music industry (business and legal) and collaborate with other members of the team, including sales, finance, accounting, tax, engineering, product, and senior-level executives under time-sensitive conditions. Work closely with music-industry business partners in negotiating, structuring and drafting music festival sponsorships and broadcast deals. Advise team members regarding various business and legal matters including copyright, trademark, rights of publicity and privacy, contractual rights and obligations and legal claims. Build strong internal client relationships and generate client satisfaction through strategic thinking and risk analysis.

Requirements: A JD Degree from a nationally recognized law school. Admission to at least one state bar (State Bar of California or New York, as applicable, preferred). 5+ years of experience practicing law (3+ years of which specializing in entertainment law). In-house experience preferred. Preferred skills. Proven, in-depth knowledge and experience drafting and negotiating complex agreements relating to the creation, distribution, marketing and financing of branded content. Intimate knowledge of legal areas involved in entertainment law, including copyright, trademark, and rights of publicity and privacy. Demonstrable knowledge of live event industry and experiential sponsorship deal structures. Strong analytical capabilities and judgment, even when the rules are unclear and the issues are of first impression. Demonstrated strong ability to collaborate effectively and influence internal clients. Ability to manage a varied, high-volume workload efficiently and smoothly, operate autonomously (without outside counsel support) and remain cool and levelheaded in high-pressure situations. Knowledge of record label and publishing administration. Practical knowledge of the music and technology industries. Ability to make decisions and pivot quickly and fluidly, think practically and be solutions-oriented. Curiosity and willingness to tackle matters outside area of expertise. Ability to recognize and respond quickly and pragmatically to urgent situations and demanding clients. Ability to take rational business risks. Outgoing, optimistic, a self-starter and flexible.
 
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Corporate Governance - Legal Counsel
Refer job# ZIAJ144451
 
Corporate Governance - Legal Counsel Duties: Be a trusted partner to management and members of legal entity boards of directors and committees by providing corporate governance, insurance regulatory and general corporate legal advice and corporate secretarial services and clearly articulating legal risks and opportunities. Be responsible for organization of board and committee meetings, prepare and/or review meeting materials (e.g., agendas, resolutions, reports, etc.), distribute meeting materials through use of electronic board portal, prepare written consent actions, and draft minutes. Be responsible for maintaining corporate records (electronic and paper, including minute books) and provide general corporate housekeeping support, including entity formation, entity dissolution and entity registrations. Respond to inquiries and requests for corporate documents from internal clients, auditors or regulators. Prepare and deliver presentations and trainings to board and committee members; coordinate projects in connection with board training initiatives and other corporate governance matters. Monitor applicable legal and regulatory developments.

Qualifications: An experienced corporate attorney, licensed to practice in New York, with knowledge of corporate secretarial practices and understanding of corporate governance practices and requirements. You have at least three years corporate/business law experience in a major law firm or in a corporate legal department. Experience in the insurance/financial services industry is a plus. Exceptional organizational skills, pay close attention to detail and are confident in your ability to manage a complex workload. Work independently and as a contributing team member with minimum supervision. Proven ability to work collaboratively to achieve team objectives. Demonstrate accountability and you are fully reliable, responsible and have high energy. Exercise good judgment and recognize when to ask for help or raise issues. Proficient in MS Office products such as Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint; experience with entity management databases (particularly EnGlobe) and board portals a plus.
 
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