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Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Will work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Should have 5-10 years of legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2019-12-08

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible to Identifies and mitigates risks and proposes alternative structures regarding Companys clinical transactions. Drafts, reviews, and provides advice and counsel regarding contracts between the Company and customers. Develops standard form contracts, contracting processes, and policies on legal issues affecting Companys clinical business units. Provides training and education to the Companys business units regarding legal updates, best practices, and risk mitigation. Supports internal legal team regarding corporate due diligence. Supports junior team members by reviewing escalated contracting issues. Supports the clinical business as it relates to key client accounts. Provide general advice and counsel on technology and intellectual property-related transactions with a focus on software, SAAS, maintenance and support, web hosting; data and content licensing; outsourcing implementation transactions; data usage agreements; counseling on digital strategy concerns including open source licensing, data security, data use and privacy issues (including CCPA, GDPR, GLBA and cross-border data privacy issues); hosting, cloud computing and software services agreements; internet exchanges and marketplaces; internet advertising and sponsorship agreements. Develop, document and implement contractual protections, processes and policies to effect compliance with the evolving legal and regulatory environment. Instruct, manage and work with external counsel and consultants. Work with subject matter expert lawyers regarding the structuring, negotiation and execution of complex transactions. Partner with stakeholder teams to ensure agreements are consistent with applicable legal requirements, internal corporate policies and processes. Develop streamlined, organized and efficient policies and procedures for contracts, including establishing playbooks, and template language. Manage processes and workflows governing the intake, review, and approval of contract requests. Manage workload and metrics, driving turnaround times with high quality work product. Provide pragmatic day-to-day and strategic advice to minimize legal risks while advancing goals and initiatives. Identify training needs within the business and develop and present training sessions on relevant transactional issues and processes. Manage external counsel within specified budgetary limits and in line with business and legal managements expectations. Must be able to work under tight deadlines and interact with lawyers and business teams globally. Perform other work-related duties as assigned. Travel may be required.

The candidate must have completion of law school with a J.D. or L.L.B. degree and admission to the Bar and in good standing in at least one jurisdiction in the United States. 4+ years of experience in private practice or in-house capacity (or a combination thereof) with 2+ years of exposure to commercial contracts, preferably in the CRO industry or life sciences sector is necessary. Experience counseling organizations and assisting in developing strategic solutions, with a track record of building business relationships and gaining trust of internal clients is critical. Strong negotiation skills and excellent interpersonal skills are required. Familiarity with clinical research organizations and/or pharmaceutical industry is strongly preferred. Experience handling multiple projects in fast-paced environment, with a high degree of client service orientation, and performing successfully in cross-functional teams is necessary.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07

Corporate - General Attorney in New York City, NY

New York City NY Legal Counsel The candidate reports to Vice President, Legal and Business Affairs. Draft and negotiate advertising and sponsorship agreements, services agreements, licensing agreements, production agreements, talent agreements and vendor agreements. Counsel social media, talent and production teams on branded content campaigns and original programming from ideation through execution. Identify, assess and inform management and business managers of legal and business risks, and recommend creative solutions.? Have a practical, solutions-oriented approach when counseling internal stakeholders. Review campaigns and content for regulatory compliance (e.g. FTC, COPPA) and rights clearance. Assist with the Legal & Business Affairs team s efforts to develop and refine forms, processes and procedures. Provide support for the Legal & Business Affairs team where needed.

The candidate should have JD degree, preferably from a top tier law school. Must be admitted, active and in good standing with the New York state bar. Must have 2-4 years prior experience, ideally gained at a nationally-recognized law; in-house experience also preferred. Extensive experience drafting and negotiating agreements required. Should have substantial understanding of intellectual property law and relevant federal and state consumer protection laws and regulations, with a strong desire to learn new areas of the law. Must have deep knowledge of advertising and entertainment industries and related transactions. Must have ability to manage multiple matters and accommodate tight deadlines while working in a fast-paced and rapidly evolving environment; flexibility or long hours, if and when necessary. Should have excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-12-01

Senior Corporate Counsel, Government Litigation

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel, Government Litigation RESPONSIBILITIES: Interacting and collaborating with business clients and other stakeholders at all levels and capacities across the organization (ex. Audit, Compliance, Finance, HR, Security, etc.). Counselling business clients to mitigate government enforcement risk. Developing strategy for such litigation and enforcement matters, understanding the company s business imperatives and managing such risks to meet those imperatives. Selecting and managing outside counsel, managing litigation support and case management paralegals, explaining litigation and enforcement challenges to colleagues and clients and working towards minimizing those challenges. Work extensively with outside counsel and meet budget and financial goals for the work associated with hiring outside law and forensic firms and other third-party providers.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD degree with a strong academic background. 10+ years experience defending/prosecuting government enforcement/litigation matters, both domestic and international. Experience handling securities, product liability, or other complex commercial matters. Experience as defense counsel at a top-tier law firm a plus. Experience as a government prosecutor (e.g., U.S. Attorney s Office, AG s office, SEC, etc.) a plus. Works well both independently and as part of a team to resolve complex matters. Excellent judgment, leadership and collaboration skills. Excellent oral and written communication, analytical, organizational, and strategic thinking skills. Last Date to Apply for Job: December 11, 2019
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-29

Strategic Associate Account Executive, Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Strategic Associate Account Executive, Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide additional sales support to the Corporate Counsel Strategic Accounts Team. Will direct the AAE to focus on specific opportunities. This position will also serve as a bench for future sales role openings and may also cover open territories as needed. Will at times travel to customer locations independently (or with a SAE), however, much of the sales efforts will take place over the telephone/WebEx. Duties include setting appointments, pitching our products and solutions, crafting proposals, developing and delivering presentations, cold calling and closing sales. Consistently meet or exceed new sales quota of Westlaw, Practical Law, and other TR legal solutions. Conduct appointments with customers both face-to-face and via WebEx. Demonstrate and sell across the whole product bag, with particular focus on Westlaw and Practical Law Connect. Develop and maintain an up-to-date on-going Salesforce pipeline of at least 3x quota. Develop and leverage peer and team networks. Collaborate effectively with SAEs, Client Managers, Sales Specialists, Business Development Representatives (BDR), and other internal and external team members. Support the SAE with administrative tasks, and deal completion. Consistently develop and maintain a high volume of new business opportunities via effective, skillful, creative, and persistent prospecting and cold-calling. Understand opportunities within assigned territory and execute sales plan to capture growth. Tenaciously drive Westlaw, Practical Law, and legal solutions sales to new customers using effective sales strategies and techniques, consistently demonstrating effective overall business development acumen. Facilitate both shorter-term transactional sales as well as longer-term complex sales by persuading prospects to change their current approach to legal research and choose company's legal solutions. Employ effective discovery techniques that uncover prospects' perceived needs, as well as unconsidered needs, that can be solved with company's legal solutions. Engage in two-way dialogue, and deliver business and industry insights to effectively tie value proposition back to discovered customer needs. Leverage knowledge of legal industry and opportunities to build trust and respect with prospective customers. Collaborate and communicate regularly and effectively within team and across the organization. Build influential relationships within an organization, including senior management. Should have a four-year college degree. J.D., MBA, or legal industry experience strongly preferred. Must have 3+ years of direct field sales experience (sales experience in the corporate sector preferred) with exemplary track record of sales quota over-achievement. Should be experienced in salesforce.com and Microsoft Office. Experience with consultative sales process is needed. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-23

Strategic Account Executive, Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Strategic Account Executive, Corporate Counsel The candidate will focus on Strategic Corporate Accounts, which are large, key accounts. Will sell Practical Law, Westlaw, and other legal solutions and workflow tools to new and existing customers in the legal and compliance departments of corporations. Consistently meet or exceed new sales quota of Westlaw, Practical Law, and other legal solutions. Demonstrate and sell across the whole product bag, with particular focus on Westlaw and Practical Law Connect. Conduct appointments and product demonstrations with customers both onsite and via WebEx. Develop and maintain an up-to-date on-going Salesforce pipeline of at least 3x quota. Develop and leverage peer and team networks. Collaborate effectively with Client Managers, Sales Specialists, Business Development Representatives (BDR), and other internal and external team members. Lead and direct contract renewals. Support AAE as necessary for smaller, less complex deals. Consistently develop and maintain a high volume of new business opportunities via effective, skillful, creative, and persistent prospecting and cold-calling. Understand opportunities within assigned territory and execute sales plan to capture growth. Tenaciously drive Westlaw, Practical Law, and legal solutions sales to new and existing customers using effective sales strategies and techniques, consistently demonstrating effective overall business development acumen. Facilitate both shorter-term transactional sales as well as longer-term complex sales by persuading prospects to change their current approach to leveraging legal content and choose company's legal solutions. Employ effective discovery techniques that uncover perceived needs, as well as unconsidered needs, that can be solved with company's legal solutions. Engage in two-way dialogue and deliver business and industry insights to effectively tie value proposition back to discovered customer needs. Leverage knowledge of legal industry and opportunities to build trust and respect with prospective customers. Collaborate and communicate regularly and effectively within team and across the organization. Build influential relationships within an organization, including senior management. Develop relationships both vertically and horizontally from the main point of contact. Lead contract and pricing negotiations and renewals. Partner with Proposition, Commercial Excellence, Marketing and other internal resources to ensure sales effectiveness. Should have four-year college degree. Law degree or MBA is a plus. Must have 5+ years of direct field sales experience (sales experience in the corporate sector preferred) with exemplary track record of sales quota over achievement. Should be able to work from home office and travel to customer locations 25% - 50% of the time. Proven track record of meeting or exceeding assigned goals is needed. Proven track record to balance prospecting, new customer sales and upselling is a must. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-23

Legal Counsel (corporate / Mergers & Acquisitions Team)

New York City NY Legal Counsel (corporate / Mergers and Acquisitions Team) The candidate will join a top-flight legal team to work in a fast-paced environment on a wide range of corporate transactional matters, including: Mergers and Acquisitions: leading teams on acquisitions, mergers, divestitures, equity investments, joint ventures and other sophisticated transactions. Corporate: supporting corporate functions including corporate and group financings, subsidiary management and internal restructurings, debt and equity offerings, public disclosure obligations and assisting in advising with SEC filings and other regulatory requirements. Responsibilities will include: Functioning independently to support all aspects of sophisticated corporate and M&A transactions, typically including cross-jurisdictional issues, including structuring transactions, drafting and negotiating term sheets and letters of intent, conducting and coordinating due diligence, negotiating transactions, drafting agreements, managing closings and post-acquisition integration, and effectively managing external advisers (including establishing and overseeing outside counsel budgets). Will be called upon to identify issues, develop and evaluate alternatives, provide advice and implement solutions in the context of complex and significant transactions; Supporting counsel on a wide range of general corporate matters such as financing and banking transactions, the establishment, maintenance, restructuring and liquidation of business divisions and subsidiaries; Collaborating with finance, treasury, tax and other teams on banking and investment matters, intercompany agreements, cross-border business and tax planning, and internal controls; Assisting in advising in managing compliance of SEC filings and other regulatory requirements and with debt and equity offerings; Providing legal advice and support to senior executives and internal stakeholders, including preparing board and executive committee materials, as required.

The candidate should have strong academic credentials with a J.D. from a leading law school; admission to the NY bar or English qualification (or equivalent). Must have 2 to 4 years of experience practicing as an attorney with a national or international law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should have experience advising on multi-jurisdictional strategic M&A, investments, corporate finance and corporate transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures, corporate reorganizations, joint ventures, equity investments and financings. Must have proven ability to manage fast-paced workload and add value to multiple transactions simultaneously in an autonomous way under deadline pressure while focusing on providing outstanding and timely client service. Excellent drafting skills and attention to detail are required. Experience drafting and negotiating commercial and other technology and information related contracts is desirable. Experience in assisting in the preparation of public company filings, including annual and quarterly reports, proxy statements and offering documents desirable. Experience in preparing presentations and management briefs for senior executives and boards desirable.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-11-21

Legal Counsel (corporate / Mergers & Acquisitions Team)

New York City NY Legal Counsel (corporate / Mergers and Acquisitions Team) The candidate will join a top-flight legal team to work in a fast-paced environment on a wide range of corporate transactional matters, including: Mergers and Acquisitions: leading teams on acquisitions, mergers, divestitures, equity investments, joint ventures and other sophisticated transactions. Corporate: supporting corporate functions including corporate and group financings, subsidiary management and internal restructurings, debt and equity offerings, public disclosure obligations and assisting in advising with SEC filings and other regulatory requirements. Responsibilities will include: Functioning independently to support all aspects of sophisticated corporate and M&A transactions, typically including cross-jurisdictional issues, including structuring transactions, drafting and negotiating term sheets and letters of intent, conducting and coordinating due diligence, negotiating transactions, drafting agreements, managing closings and post-acquisition integration, and effectively managing external advisers (including establishing and overseeing outside counsel budgets). Will be called upon to identify issues, develop and evaluate alternatives, provide advice and implement solutions in the context of complex and significant transactions; Supporting counsel on a wide range of general corporate matters such as financing and banking transactions, the establishment, maintenance, restructuring and liquidation of business divisions and subsidiaries; Collaborating with finance, treasury, tax and other teams on banking and investment matters, intercompany agreements, cross-border business and tax planning, and internal controls; Assisting in advising in managing compliance of SEC filings and other regulatory requirements and with debt and equity offerings; Providing legal advice and support to senior executives and internal stakeholders, including preparing board and executive committee materials, as required.

The candidate should have strong academic credentials with a J.D. from a leading law school; admission to the NY bar or English qualification (or equivalent). Must have 2 to 4 years of experience practicing as an attorney with a national or international law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should have experience advising on multi-jurisdictional strategic M&A, investments, corporate finance and corporate transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures, corporate reorganizations, joint ventures, equity investments and financings. Must have proven ability to manage fast-paced workload and add value to multiple transactions simultaneously in an autonomous way under deadline pressure while focusing on providing outstanding and timely client service. Excellent drafting skills and attention to detail are required. Experience drafting and negotiating commercial and other technology and information related contracts is desirable. Experience in assisting in the preparation of public company filings, including annual and quarterly reports, proxy statements and offering documents desirable. Experience in preparing presentations and management briefs for senior executives and boards desirable.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-11-21

New York - Director - Assistant General Counsel

New York NY Director - Assistant General Counsel
The candidate will report to the Executive Vice President and General Counsel. Will work closely with key executives, advising them on a broad range of issues. Manage legal aspects of transactions generated by the procurement organization. Manage legal aspects of the supply chain organization. Draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of commercial contracts, including agreements for advertising, marketing, professional and consulting services, customer analytics, IT, software licensing, non-disclosure agreements, sweepstakes and outsourcing agreements. Support the development of contract management and other technological tools. Support compliance initiatives, including those related to anti-bribery laws (e.g. FCPA). Develop and update standard contract forms. Provide legal support for corporate transactions (e.g., M&A and financing). Train business partners on commercial and related compliance matters.

The candidate should have B.A. and J.D. degrees from top schools and demonstrated success in relevant work history. Must have 5+ years of legal experience, with significant time spent at a major law firm. Significant general commercial experience is required. Corporate transactional experience, including M&A and financing transactions, preferred. Active membership of the NY State Bar in good standing.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2013-03-23

New York - Institutional Capital Markets Coverage Attorney

New York NY Institutional Capital Markets Coverage Attorney
The candidate will be focusing on equity and investment grade debt capital markets transactions. In addition to reviewing documentation, will help advise on disclosure, execution and commitment committee matters, as well as work on other projects and assignments as they arise. Should have J.D. degree with 2-5 years of capital markets experience. New York Bar admission or equivalent required. Should have knowledge of the securities laws, including the 1933 Act, 1934 Act and Regulation M. Experience with underwriting agreements, confidentiality agreements and other capital markets documentation (including opinions and comfort letters) needed.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2013-03-19
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions
Refer job# ECMT147469
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Will work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Should have 5-10 years of legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NMEA147445
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible to Identifies and mitigates risks and proposes alternative structures regarding Companys clinical transactions. Drafts, reviews, and provides advice and counsel regarding contracts between the Company and customers. Develops standard form contracts, contracting processes, and policies on legal issues affecting Companys clinical business units. Provides training and education to the Companys business units regarding legal updates, best practices, and risk mitigation. Supports internal legal team regarding corporate due diligence. Supports junior team members by reviewing escalated contracting issues. Supports the clinical business as it relates to key client accounts. Provide general advice and counsel on technology and intellectual property-related transactions with a focus on software, SAAS, maintenance and support, web hosting; data and content licensing; outsourcing implementation transactions; data usage agreements; counseling on digital strategy concerns including open source licensing, data security, data use and privacy issues (including CCPA, GDPR, GLBA and cross-border data privacy issues); hosting, cloud computing and software services agreements; internet exchanges and marketplaces; internet advertising and sponsorship agreements. Develop, document and implement contractual protections, processes and policies to effect compliance with the evolving legal and regulatory environment. Instruct, manage and work with external counsel and consultants. Work with subject matter expert lawyers regarding the structuring, negotiation and execution of complex transactions. Partner with stakeholder teams to ensure agreements are consistent with applicable legal requirements, internal corporate policies and processes. Develop streamlined, organized and efficient policies and procedures for contracts, including establishing playbooks, and template language. Manage processes and workflows governing the intake, review, and approval of contract requests. Manage workload and metrics, driving turnaround times with high quality work product. Provide pragmatic day-to-day and strategic advice to minimize legal risks while advancing goals and initiatives. Identify training needs within the business and develop and present training sessions on relevant transactional issues and processes. Manage external counsel within specified budgetary limits and in line with business and legal managements expectations. Must be able to work under tight deadlines and interact with lawyers and business teams globally. Perform other work-related duties as assigned. Travel may be required.

The candidate must have completion of law school with a J.D. or L.L.B. degree and admission to the Bar and in good standing in at least one jurisdiction in the United States. 4+ years of experience in private practice or in-house capacity (or a combination thereof) with 2+ years of exposure to commercial contracts, preferably in the CRO industry or life sciences sector is necessary. Experience counseling organizations and assisting in developing strategic solutions, with a track record of building business relationships and gaining trust of internal clients is critical. Strong negotiation skills and excellent interpersonal skills are required. Familiarity with clinical research organizations and/or pharmaceutical industry is strongly preferred. Experience handling multiple projects in fast-paced environment, with a high degree of client service orientation, and performing successfully in cross-functional teams is necessary.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate - General Attorney in New York City, NY
Refer job# LLHE147333
 
Legal Counsel The candidate reports to Vice President, Legal and Business Affairs. Draft and negotiate advertising and sponsorship agreements, services agreements, licensing agreements, production agreements, talent agreements and vendor agreements. Counsel social media, talent and production teams on branded content campaigns and original programming from ideation through execution. Identify, assess and inform management and business managers of legal and business risks, and recommend creative solutions.? Have a practical, solutions-oriented approach when counseling internal stakeholders. Review campaigns and content for regulatory compliance (e.g. FTC, COPPA) and rights clearance. Assist with the Legal & Business Affairs team s efforts to develop and refine forms, processes and procedures. Provide support for the Legal & Business Affairs team where needed.

The candidate should have JD degree, preferably from a top tier law school. Must be admitted, active and in good standing with the New York state bar. Must have 2-4 years prior experience, ideally gained at a nationally-recognized law; in-house experience also preferred. Extensive experience drafting and negotiating agreements required. Should have substantial understanding of intellectual property law and relevant federal and state consumer protection laws and regulations, with a strong desire to learn new areas of the law. Must have deep knowledge of advertising and entertainment industries and related transactions. Must have ability to manage multiple matters and accommodate tight deadlines while working in a fast-paced and rapidly evolving environment; flexibility or long hours, if and when necessary. Should have excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Government Litigation
Refer job# DSPA147090
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Government Litigation RESPONSIBILITIES: Interacting and collaborating with business clients and other stakeholders at all levels and capacities across the organization (ex. Audit, Compliance, Finance, HR, Security, etc.). Counselling business clients to mitigate government enforcement risk. Developing strategy for such litigation and enforcement matters, understanding the company s business imperatives and managing such risks to meet those imperatives. Selecting and managing outside counsel, managing litigation support and case management paralegals, explaining litigation and enforcement challenges to colleagues and clients and working towards minimizing those challenges. Work extensively with outside counsel and meet budget and financial goals for the work associated with hiring outside law and forensic firms and other third-party providers.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD degree with a strong academic background. 10+ years experience defending/prosecuting government enforcement/litigation matters, both domestic and international. Experience handling securities, product liability, or other complex commercial matters. Experience as defense counsel at a top-tier law firm a plus. Experience as a government prosecutor (e.g., U.S. Attorney s Office, AG s office, SEC, etc.) a plus. Works well both independently and as part of a team to resolve complex matters. Excellent judgment, leadership and collaboration skills. Excellent oral and written communication, analytical, organizational, and strategic thinking skills. Last Date to Apply for Job: December 11, 2019
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Strategic Associate Account Executive, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KFPW147025
 
Strategic Associate Account Executive, Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide additional sales support to the Corporate Counsel Strategic Accounts Team. Will direct the AAE to focus on specific opportunities. This position will also serve as a bench for future sales role openings and may also cover open territories as needed. Will at times travel to customer locations independently (or with a SAE), however, much of the sales efforts will take place over the telephone/WebEx. Duties include setting appointments, pitching our products and solutions, crafting proposals, developing and delivering presentations, cold calling and closing sales. Consistently meet or exceed new sales quota of Westlaw, Practical Law, and other TR legal solutions. Conduct appointments with customers both face-to-face and via WebEx. Demonstrate and sell across the whole product bag, with particular focus on Westlaw and Practical Law Connect. Develop and maintain an up-to-date on-going Salesforce pipeline of at least 3x quota. Develop and leverage peer and team networks. Collaborate effectively with SAEs, Client Managers, Sales Specialists, Business Development Representatives (BDR), and other internal and external team members. Support the SAE with administrative tasks, and deal completion. Consistently develop and maintain a high volume of new business opportunities via effective, skillful, creative, and persistent prospecting and cold-calling. Understand opportunities within assigned territory and execute sales plan to capture growth. Tenaciously drive Westlaw, Practical Law, and legal solutions sales to new customers using effective sales strategies and techniques, consistently demonstrating effective overall business development acumen. Facilitate both shorter-term transactional sales as well as longer-term complex sales by persuading prospects to change their current approach to legal research and choose company's legal solutions. Employ effective discovery techniques that uncover prospects' perceived needs, as well as unconsidered needs, that can be solved with company's legal solutions. Engage in two-way dialogue, and deliver business and industry insights to effectively tie value proposition back to discovered customer needs. Leverage knowledge of legal industry and opportunities to build trust and respect with prospective customers. Collaborate and communicate regularly and effectively within team and across the organization. Build influential relationships within an organization, including senior management. Should have a four-year college degree. J.D., MBA, or legal industry experience strongly preferred. Must have 3+ years of direct field sales experience (sales experience in the corporate sector preferred) with exemplary track record of sales quota over-achievement. Should be experienced in salesforce.com and Microsoft Office. Experience with consultative sales process is needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Strategic Account Executive, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TFTY147027
 
Strategic Account Executive, Corporate Counsel The candidate will focus on Strategic Corporate Accounts, which are large, key accounts. Will sell Practical Law, Westlaw, and other legal solutions and workflow tools to new and existing customers in the legal and compliance departments of corporations. Consistently meet or exceed new sales quota of Westlaw, Practical Law, and other legal solutions. Demonstrate and sell across the whole product bag, with particular focus on Westlaw and Practical Law Connect. Conduct appointments and product demonstrations with customers both onsite and via WebEx. Develop and maintain an up-to-date on-going Salesforce pipeline of at least 3x quota. Develop and leverage peer and team networks. Collaborate effectively with Client Managers, Sales Specialists, Business Development Representatives (BDR), and other internal and external team members. Lead and direct contract renewals. Support AAE as necessary for smaller, less complex deals. Consistently develop and maintain a high volume of new business opportunities via effective, skillful, creative, and persistent prospecting and cold-calling. Understand opportunities within assigned territory and execute sales plan to capture growth. Tenaciously drive Westlaw, Practical Law, and legal solutions sales to new and existing customers using effective sales strategies and techniques, consistently demonstrating effective overall business development acumen. Facilitate both shorter-term transactional sales as well as longer-term complex sales by persuading prospects to change their current approach to leveraging legal content and choose company's legal solutions. Employ effective discovery techniques that uncover perceived needs, as well as unconsidered needs, that can be solved with company's legal solutions. Engage in two-way dialogue and deliver business and industry insights to effectively tie value proposition back to discovered customer needs. Leverage knowledge of legal industry and opportunities to build trust and respect with prospective customers. Collaborate and communicate regularly and effectively within team and across the organization. Build influential relationships within an organization, including senior management. Develop relationships both vertically and horizontally from the main point of contact. Lead contract and pricing negotiations and renewals. Partner with Proposition, Commercial Excellence, Marketing and other internal resources to ensure sales effectiveness. Should have four-year college degree. Law degree or MBA is a plus. Must have 5+ years of direct field sales experience (sales experience in the corporate sector preferred) with exemplary track record of sales quota over achievement. Should be able to work from home office and travel to customer locations 25% - 50% of the time. Proven track record of meeting or exceeding assigned goals is needed. Proven track record to balance prospecting, new customer sales and upselling is a must.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Legal Counsel (corporate / Mergers & Acquisitions Team)
Refer job# DRRH146997
 
Legal Counsel (corporate / Mergers and Acquisitions Team) The candidate will join a top-flight legal team to work in a fast-paced environment on a wide range of corporate transactional matters, including: Mergers and Acquisitions: leading teams on acquisitions, mergers, divestitures, equity investments, joint ventures and other sophisticated transactions. Corporate: supporting corporate functions including corporate and group financings, subsidiary management and internal restructurings, debt and equity offerings, public disclosure obligations and assisting in advising with SEC filings and other regulatory requirements. Responsibilities will include: Functioning independently to support all aspects of sophisticated corporate and M&A transactions, typically including cross-jurisdictional issues, including structuring transactions, drafting and negotiating term sheets and letters of intent, conducting and coordinating due diligence, negotiating transactions, drafting agreements, managing closings and post-acquisition integration, and effectively managing external advisers (including establishing and overseeing outside counsel budgets). Will be called upon to identify issues, develop and evaluate alternatives, provide advice and implement solutions in the context of complex and significant transactions; Supporting counsel on a wide range of general corporate matters such as financing and banking transactions, the establishment, maintenance, restructuring and liquidation of business divisions and subsidiaries; Collaborating with finance, treasury, tax and other teams on banking and investment matters, intercompany agreements, cross-border business and tax planning, and internal controls; Assisting in advising in managing compliance of SEC filings and other regulatory requirements and with debt and equity offerings; Providing legal advice and support to senior executives and internal stakeholders, including preparing board and executive committee materials, as required.

The candidate should have strong academic credentials with a J.D. from a leading law school; admission to the NY bar or English qualification (or equivalent). Must have 2 to 4 years of experience practicing as an attorney with a national or international law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should have experience advising on multi-jurisdictional strategic M&A, investments, corporate finance and corporate transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures, corporate reorganizations, joint ventures, equity investments and financings. Must have proven ability to manage fast-paced workload and add value to multiple transactions simultaneously in an autonomous way under deadline pressure while focusing on providing outstanding and timely client service. Excellent drafting skills and attention to detail are required. Experience drafting and negotiating commercial and other technology and information related contracts is desirable. Experience in assisting in the preparation of public company filings, including annual and quarterly reports, proxy statements and offering documents desirable. Experience in preparing presentations and management briefs for senior executives and boards desirable.
 
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Legal Counsel (corporate / Mergers & Acquisitions Team)
Refer job# DBDW146998
 
Legal Counsel (corporate / Mergers and Acquisitions Team) The candidate will join a top-flight legal team to work in a fast-paced environment on a wide range of corporate transactional matters, including: Mergers and Acquisitions: leading teams on acquisitions, mergers, divestitures, equity investments, joint ventures and other sophisticated transactions. Corporate: supporting corporate functions including corporate and group financings, subsidiary management and internal restructurings, debt and equity offerings, public disclosure obligations and assisting in advising with SEC filings and other regulatory requirements. Responsibilities will include: Functioning independently to support all aspects of sophisticated corporate and M&A transactions, typically including cross-jurisdictional issues, including structuring transactions, drafting and negotiating term sheets and letters of intent, conducting and coordinating due diligence, negotiating transactions, drafting agreements, managing closings and post-acquisition integration, and effectively managing external advisers (including establishing and overseeing outside counsel budgets). Will be called upon to identify issues, develop and evaluate alternatives, provide advice and implement solutions in the context of complex and significant transactions; Supporting counsel on a wide range of general corporate matters such as financing and banking transactions, the establishment, maintenance, restructuring and liquidation of business divisions and subsidiaries; Collaborating with finance, treasury, tax and other teams on banking and investment matters, intercompany agreements, cross-border business and tax planning, and internal controls; Assisting in advising in managing compliance of SEC filings and other regulatory requirements and with debt and equity offerings; Providing legal advice and support to senior executives and internal stakeholders, including preparing board and executive committee materials, as required.

The candidate should have strong academic credentials with a J.D. from a leading law school; admission to the NY bar or English qualification (or equivalent). Must have 2 to 4 years of experience practicing as an attorney with a national or international law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should have experience advising on multi-jurisdictional strategic M&A, investments, corporate finance and corporate transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures, corporate reorganizations, joint ventures, equity investments and financings. Must have proven ability to manage fast-paced workload and add value to multiple transactions simultaneously in an autonomous way under deadline pressure while focusing on providing outstanding and timely client service. Excellent drafting skills and attention to detail are required. Experience drafting and negotiating commercial and other technology and information related contracts is desirable. Experience in assisting in the preparation of public company filings, including annual and quarterly reports, proxy statements and offering documents desirable. Experience in preparing presentations and management briefs for senior executives and boards desirable.
 
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New York - Director - Assistant General Counsel
Refer job# 2GCS25993
 
Director - Assistant General Counsel
The candidate will report to the Executive Vice President and General Counsel. Will work closely with key executives, advising them on a broad range of issues. Manage legal aspects of transactions generated by the procurement organization. Manage legal aspects of the supply chain organization. Draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of commercial contracts, including agreements for advertising, marketing, professional and consulting services, customer analytics, IT, software licensing, non-disclosure agreements, sweepstakes and outsourcing agreements. Support the development of contract management and other technological tools. Support compliance initiatives, including those related to anti-bribery laws (e.g. FCPA). Develop and update standard contract forms. Provide legal support for corporate transactions (e.g., M&A and financing). Train business partners on commercial and related compliance matters.

The candidate should have B.A. and J.D. degrees from top schools and demonstrated success in relevant work history. Must have 5+ years of legal experience, with significant time spent at a major law firm. Significant general commercial experience is required. Corporate transactional experience, including M&A and financing transactions, preferred. Active membership of the NY State Bar in good standing.
 
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New York - Institutional Capital Markets Coverage Attorney
Refer job# XL1P25921
 
Institutional Capital Markets Coverage Attorney
The candidate will be focusing on equity and investment grade debt capital markets transactions. In addition to reviewing documentation, will help advise on disclosure, execution and commitment committee matters, as well as work on other projects and assignments as they arise. Should have J.D. degree with 2-5 years of capital markets experience. New York Bar admission or equivalent required. Should have knowledge of the securities laws, including the 1933 Act, 1934 Act and Regulation M. Experience with underwriting agreements, confidentiality agreements and other capital markets documentation (including opinions and comfort letters) needed.
 
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