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Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review and negotiate various agreements for ICE Data Services globally (primarily customer agreements and data sourcing agreements). Assist in the preparation and review of external requests for information (RFI s and RFP s). Perform a legal review of ICE Data Services marketing materials. Help identify risk implications of business strategies and plans. Ensure that advice provided is consistent with the relevant regulatory requirements and ICE policies. Liaise with ICE business areas and provide advice and assistance as requirements might arise. Collaborate closely with business, sales and product teams in the context of commercial negotiations and client discussions/issues.

Qualifications: Qualified lawyer in US jurisdiction. Position is suitable for around 5+ years PQE but candidates of other PQE will be considered if applicable experience. Experience working in-house (experience working at a financial services or financial data/technology company would be viewed very favorably). Experience in commercial licensing transactions, commercial contracting and contract negotiation/providing legal advice across a variety of products and services. Strong communication skills. Experience and understanding of financial services / markets with an ability to work across a broad range of product areas. Knowledge and understanding of the details and practical application of the global regulatory agency and requirements impacting IDS services and exchanges, including, but not limited to MiFID II, SEC, CFTC, EU General Data Protection Regulations, US export control laws and OFAC requirements. Comfortable providing articulate and appropriate guidance to executive management. Ability to work autonomously and to adapt effectively in frequently changing working environments. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects and clients simultaneously and effectively and work in a fast-paced environment; ability to work global timeframes, and when the situation calls for it, willingness to work off hours. Desire and ability to learn business requirements quickly, analyze legal and business risks and propose creative, business-oriented solutions. Ability to give pragmatic, quality and timely ad hoc advice to all areas of the organization including to management and business heads; adding value in commercial and technical discussions.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Corporate Compliance Counsel (anti-bribery And Corruption)

New York City NY Corporate Compliance Counsel (Anti-bribery and Corruption) The candidate to lead Americas Anti-bribery and Corruption (AB&C) program, based in the New York office. Partnering with our deal teams and nominee asset directors, will have the opportunity to design and enhance AB&C procedures for companies within our principal investment portfolio. These companies span a wide range of industries including green energy, infrastructure, healthcare, technology and more, making this a diverse and challenging role. The role requires expertise and thought leadership in critical areas of compliance including anti-bribery and corruption, FCPA, third party management, training and awareness campaigns and executive engagement. May also be asked to provide assistance in areas including whistleblowing, human rights and trade compliance, rendering relevant experience an advantage. Should have Juris Doctor with admission to bar in at least one state. Must have 5 years of relevant experience, gained in private practice or as in-house counsel, with a particular focus on anti-corruption. Experience with human rights, trade compliance, whistleblowing a plus. Spanish language skills preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-19

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft and negotiate all types of agreements, including services contracts, vendor contracts, talent/influencer agreements, rights releases, non-disclosure and sponsorship agreements. Will counsel with regard to intellectual property, privacy and FTC disclosure guidelines. Assist in the creation and implementation of corporate policy. Support litigation/dispute management, regulatory matters, and employment issues. Should preferably have 3-5 years of transactional experience in-house or at a law firm. Working knowledge of intellectual property law is desirable. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-03-19

Corporate Counsel, Commercial And Market Access Contracts

New York City NY Corporate Counsel, Commercial and Market Access Contracts Duties: Lead the drafting and negotiation of contracts with commercial and government payors, specialty pharmacies, contract manufacturing organizations, distributor and logistic providers, patient hub service providers, data aggregation providers, and other clinical and commercial vendors. Provide advice and support to various business units within the Companys US organization, including: Market Access, Strategic Markets Insights and Planning Commercial Operations, and Supply Chain. Provide guidance to the Companys U.S. commercial organization on healthcare fraud and abuse risks when contracting with commercial, state and federal payers; trade channel entities, including pharmacies; and manufacturing, distribution and other clinical and commercial partners. Assist with the drafting of policies and procedures with respect to the Companys contracting process for managed markets and channel marketing and train business partners on appropriate processes. Manage and ensure on-time processing of commercial contracts from initial request through execution, create and report on metrics and KPIs, monitor performance, and contribute to the constant improvement of contracting processes. Assist in managing the overall quality control of contract management by providing direction in contract drafting, negotiation and compliance. Effectively evaluate commercial and legal risk with respect to the Companys commercial contracts. Support the US Legal Team in legal research, presentations and other projects. Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, and participating in professional societies. Provide exceptional service to the Companys operating units.

Qualifications: JD Degree from ABA accredited law school Membership in good standing of at least 1 state Bar. 8+ years of relevant law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience working in-house for a biopharma company strongly desired. Significant commercial contracting experience in the life sciences space. Experience drafting contract templates, playbooks and policies and procedures. Strong proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Solid understanding of the Anti-Kickback Statute, FD&C Act, HIPAA and US federal and state privacy laws, the False Claims Act, government pricing, and other federal and state fraud and abuse laws and regulations. Significant life sciences commercial contracting experience, including supporting contracting needs for market access, product manufacturing and distribution, channel marketing, patient support services (including HUB, PAP and copay programs), and government contracting (including Medicare, Medicaid, 340B and the Veterans Administration). Individual must be a team player, self-motivated, able to demonstrate a history of successfully resolving challenging legal issues and able to effectively deliver sound and clear legal advice in a business setting; Ability to work well with other Legal team members and build consensus among various stakeholders while maintaining a compliant approach. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal). Solid contract drafting and negotiation skills. Strong leadership and management skills. Ability to think creatively in confronting new issues. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Advanced knowledge of the practices, procedures, and processes involved in contract administration. Practical, clear and organized; strong attention to detail. Ability to work under pressure, meet deadlines and exercise sound business judgment. Proven planning skills and ability to think creatively in confronting new issues and to think strategically in order to improve current processes. Energetic person with high integrity who can represent the management team with professionalism interacting with peers, colleagues, industry leaders, and corporate executives. Team player with a positive, can-do attitude. Ability to complete tasks with little direction or need for supervisory follow-up, while having good judgment on when to seek guidance. Ability to work effectively across a matrix organization.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-19

Corporate Counsel, Commercial Brand Attorney

New York City NY Corporate Counsel, Commercial Brand Attorney Duties: Advise clients on a broad array of issues relating to the advertising and promotion of prescription pharmaceutical drug products including, but not limited to, Food Drug and Cosmetic Act and its implementing regulations, OPDP guidance, Anti-kickback Statute, False Claims Act, OIG Guidance, PhRMA Code and Sunshine Act. Serve as the legal representative on the Companys Legal Medical Review Committee (LMRC), which also includes colleagues from medical affairs and regulatory. Provide advice to commercial, medical and corporate teams on programs, engagements, grants, sponsorships, as well as other activities and initiatives to ensure compliance with relevant healthcare laws, guidance documents, advisory opinions, enforcement, and settlements (FDA, OIG, DOJ). Provide advice on pricing, reimbursement, channel marketing, patient support, financial assistance, and other market access matters, including government pricing and state price transparency reporting. Provide Legal advice support to Healthcare Compliance regarding policies and procedures to ensure compliance with federal and state healthcare laws and regulations governing drug promotion, field customer engagement and incentive compensation, financial arrangements with healthcare providers (e.g., gifts, grants, consulting, etc.), transparency reporting (e.g., Sunshine Act), scientific communications (e.g., symposiums, CME, publications), access and reimbursement, government pricing, channel marketing, and interactions with foreign entities. Provide Legal advice with respect to various commercial agreements, including marketing activities (vendor, consultant), managed care access (MCO, PBM, GPO), channel distribution (wholesale, specialty pharmacy), and patient support (HUB). Keep informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the company. Counsel on commercial launch preparation activities. Advise on brand-related strategic planning, operating plans and budgeting matters. Train Company personnel, including sales personnel. Counsel and support the Companys compliance function to ensure that the Companys healthcare compliance programs reflect applicable laws, rules, regulations and guidance. As part of a relatively small, but growing, legal department, the candidate may be required to assist on various projects outside of the primary scope of responsibility.

Qualifications: JD Degree and admission to the New York state bar (or eligibility for licensure as a registered in-house counsel in New York). 8+ years of relevant healthcare, pharmaceutical or biotech experience. Experience as in-house counsel preferred. In-depth knowledge of commercial, compliance and regulatory matters associated with the launch and subsequent commercialization of branded pharmaceutical products. Ability to multitask and manage workload effectively, setting priorities and delivering results on agreed timelines. Exceptional interpersonal, written and verbal communications skills, including the ability to communicate complex issues and concepts to non-attorneys. Superior attention to detail with emphasis on follow-through and quality results. Ability to work both independently and as a member of a team in a results-oriented environment. Strong problem-solving and decision-making skills with demonstrated ability to think creatively and devise solutions to challenging problems. Ability to manage and influence across a cross-functional matrix organization. Team player with the desire to be helpful in the context of a relatively small but rapidly growing organization.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-19

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate work includes: To assist with copyright infringement enforcement cases and anti-piracy programs, both internally and with other publisher legal representatives and trade group representatives in joint enforcement actions in the US and globally; To contribute to analysis and company positions on copyright policy issues; To provide legal advice and litigation support on commercial disputes and general offensive and defensive litigation; To engage in early dispute resolution, advising internal clients and interacting with adversaries to resolve copyright and commercial matters pre-litigation; To investigate and conduct research on litigation targets; To manage document discovery, e-discovery compliance and large scale e-discovery projects. Should have 3-5 years of relevant litigation experience at a law firm or as in-house counsel. Must have demonstrated ability to review, analyze, and advise on legal disputes. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-03-15

Associate Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, review and negotiate customer and vendor agreements, licensing, data processing and other commercial agreements for a wide spectrum of local and global client prospects and partners such as digital advertisers, agencies, ad exchanges and walled gardens. Assist with providing legal and strategic business advice and support across a broad spectrum of internal functions, including sales, marketing, HR, product and finance. Support internal business groups on expanding the Companys operations into new markets, including conducting regulatory reviews and analysis. Work with the rest of the legal team to design, implement and enforce company policies and processes to ensure legal compliance with internal policies as well as applicable laws and regulations, including privacy and data protection law, anti-bribery laws, competition law, and labor and employment regulations. Assist with coordinating work across the Companys legal team to ensure a consistent approach and application of legal agreements and risk framework locally, regionally and worldwide. Work with the rest of the legal department to support the Company's general corporate legal activities.

The candidate should have JD degree or LL.M from accredited law school. Member of the New York Bar (in good standing). Should have 3+ years of relevant experience (ideally combined between a highly-regarded law firm and an in-house legal department in a technology company). Experience negotiating software and technology contracts essential, and experience with media, advertising technology and/or online advertising would be strongly preferred. Knowledge and familiarity with privacy and data protection laws and regulations a plus. Experience with employment matters a plus.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-15

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, review and negotiate SaaS agreements, professional services agreements and data processing agreements. Analyze, interpret and educate on complex provisions and related infrastructure to ensure compliance and consistency with Workdays business model. Prepare and provide internal training materials and presentations to Workdays Sales and Legal Teams. Provide general legal advice on a variety of topics.

The candidate should have JD degree from a top tier law school with excellent academic credentials. Bar Admission in New York is preferred. 5+ years of combined law firm and/or in-house legal department corporate/commercial work experience. Negotiation of significant commercial contracts, preferably with enterprise software/SaaS experience. Detail oriented with outstanding organizational skills. CIPP/E certification or knowledge of relevant data privacy laws and regulations, including GDPR, CCPA and New York Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation. Experience working in high-growth, innovative and fast-paced work environments. Strong leadership ability, including outstanding emotional intelligence, influence and communication skills. Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced, team-centric and solutions-oriented environment.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-12

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate should have 2-4 years of experience. Will partner closely with business and technology teams to give advice on a broad range of legal issues, including corporate matters, commercial transactions, privacy, and intellectual property law. The ideal candidate is excited about e-commerce, passionate about art and comfortable dealing with issues of first impression at the intersection of the two. Structure, draft, and negotiate a variety of commercial and intellectual property agreements, ranging from standard contracts to complex strategic partnerships critical to the company. Advise internal teams, including sales, operations, marketing, product and engineering on how the company can work within the law to launch innovative products and initiatives. Analyze products and features built by talented engineering and product teams and advise such teams with the ability to balance commercial, marketing, compliance and privacy concerns. Design training programs for various business teams. Draft and operationalize terms of use, privacy policies and practices, and disclosures for product offerings. Advise on advertising and marketing matters, including handling regulatory issues regarding digital media and reviewing and clearing marketing content for publication. Create scalable processes for resolving a high volume of disparate legal issues from all areas of the business. Assist with corporate matters including board meetings, capital formation activities, M&A and other strategic initiatives. Should have JD and New York state bar membership or registered in-house attorney status in New York. Should have 2+ years of relevant work experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experience with legal issues related to sales, engineering, marketing and product development for e-commerce companies. Strong commercial negotiation and drafting skills and attention to detail. Experience representing art dealers, galleries, collectors or auction houses is preferred. Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2020-03-11

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.
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZJKY148979
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review and negotiate various agreements for ICE Data Services globally (primarily customer agreements and data sourcing agreements). Assist in the preparation and review of external requests for information (RFI s and RFP s). Perform a legal review of ICE Data Services marketing materials. Help identify risk implications of business strategies and plans. Ensure that advice provided is consistent with the relevant regulatory requirements and ICE policies. Liaise with ICE business areas and provide advice and assistance as requirements might arise. Collaborate closely with business, sales and product teams in the context of commercial negotiations and client discussions/issues.

Qualifications: Qualified lawyer in US jurisdiction. Position is suitable for around 5+ years PQE but candidates of other PQE will be considered if applicable experience. Experience working in-house (experience working at a financial services or financial data/technology company would be viewed very favorably). Experience in commercial licensing transactions, commercial contracting and contract negotiation/providing legal advice across a variety of products and services. Strong communication skills. Experience and understanding of financial services / markets with an ability to work across a broad range of product areas. Knowledge and understanding of the details and practical application of the global regulatory agency and requirements impacting IDS services and exchanges, including, but not limited to MiFID II, SEC, CFTC, EU General Data Protection Regulations, US export control laws and OFAC requirements. Comfortable providing articulate and appropriate guidance to executive management. Ability to work autonomously and to adapt effectively in frequently changing working environments. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects and clients simultaneously and effectively and work in a fast-paced environment; ability to work global timeframes, and when the situation calls for it, willingness to work off hours. Desire and ability to learn business requirements quickly, analyze legal and business risks and propose creative, business-oriented solutions. Ability to give pragmatic, quality and timely ad hoc advice to all areas of the organization including to management and business heads; adding value in commercial and technical discussions.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Compliance Counsel (anti-bribery And Corruption)
Refer job# OZJV148921
 
Corporate Compliance Counsel (Anti-bribery and Corruption) The candidate to lead Americas Anti-bribery and Corruption (AB&C) program, based in the New York office. Partnering with our deal teams and nominee asset directors, will have the opportunity to design and enhance AB&C procedures for companies within our principal investment portfolio. These companies span a wide range of industries including green energy, infrastructure, healthcare, technology and more, making this a diverse and challenging role. The role requires expertise and thought leadership in critical areas of compliance including anti-bribery and corruption, FCPA, third party management, training and awareness campaigns and executive engagement. May also be asked to provide assistance in areas including whistleblowing, human rights and trade compliance, rendering relevant experience an advantage. Should have Juris Doctor with admission to bar in at least one state. Must have 5 years of relevant experience, gained in private practice or as in-house counsel, with a particular focus on anti-corruption. Experience with human rights, trade compliance, whistleblowing a plus. Spanish language skills preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OFQE148922
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft and negotiate all types of agreements, including services contracts, vendor contracts, talent/influencer agreements, rights releases, non-disclosure and sponsorship agreements. Will counsel with regard to intellectual property, privacy and FTC disclosure guidelines. Assist in the creation and implementation of corporate policy. Support litigation/dispute management, regulatory matters, and employment issues. Should preferably have 3-5 years of transactional experience in-house or at a law firm. Working knowledge of intellectual property law is desirable.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel, Commercial And Market Access Contracts
Refer job# DYFT148933
 
Corporate Counsel, Commercial and Market Access Contracts Duties: Lead the drafting and negotiation of contracts with commercial and government payors, specialty pharmacies, contract manufacturing organizations, distributor and logistic providers, patient hub service providers, data aggregation providers, and other clinical and commercial vendors. Provide advice and support to various business units within the Companys US organization, including: Market Access, Strategic Markets Insights and Planning Commercial Operations, and Supply Chain. Provide guidance to the Companys U.S. commercial organization on healthcare fraud and abuse risks when contracting with commercial, state and federal payers; trade channel entities, including pharmacies; and manufacturing, distribution and other clinical and commercial partners. Assist with the drafting of policies and procedures with respect to the Companys contracting process for managed markets and channel marketing and train business partners on appropriate processes. Manage and ensure on-time processing of commercial contracts from initial request through execution, create and report on metrics and KPIs, monitor performance, and contribute to the constant improvement of contracting processes. Assist in managing the overall quality control of contract management by providing direction in contract drafting, negotiation and compliance. Effectively evaluate commercial and legal risk with respect to the Companys commercial contracts. Support the US Legal Team in legal research, presentations and other projects. Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, and participating in professional societies. Provide exceptional service to the Companys operating units.

Qualifications: JD Degree from ABA accredited law school Membership in good standing of at least 1 state Bar. 8+ years of relevant law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience working in-house for a biopharma company strongly desired. Significant commercial contracting experience in the life sciences space. Experience drafting contract templates, playbooks and policies and procedures. Strong proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Solid understanding of the Anti-Kickback Statute, FD&C Act, HIPAA and US federal and state privacy laws, the False Claims Act, government pricing, and other federal and state fraud and abuse laws and regulations. Significant life sciences commercial contracting experience, including supporting contracting needs for market access, product manufacturing and distribution, channel marketing, patient support services (including HUB, PAP and copay programs), and government contracting (including Medicare, Medicaid, 340B and the Veterans Administration). Individual must be a team player, self-motivated, able to demonstrate a history of successfully resolving challenging legal issues and able to effectively deliver sound and clear legal advice in a business setting; Ability to work well with other Legal team members and build consensus among various stakeholders while maintaining a compliant approach. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal). Solid contract drafting and negotiation skills. Strong leadership and management skills. Ability to think creatively in confronting new issues. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Advanced knowledge of the practices, procedures, and processes involved in contract administration. Practical, clear and organized; strong attention to detail. Ability to work under pressure, meet deadlines and exercise sound business judgment. Proven planning skills and ability to think creatively in confronting new issues and to think strategically in order to improve current processes. Energetic person with high integrity who can represent the management team with professionalism interacting with peers, colleagues, industry leaders, and corporate executives. Team player with a positive, can-do attitude. Ability to complete tasks with little direction or need for supervisory follow-up, while having good judgment on when to seek guidance. Ability to work effectively across a matrix organization.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Commercial Brand Attorney
Refer job# GDGH148934
 
Corporate Counsel, Commercial Brand Attorney Duties: Advise clients on a broad array of issues relating to the advertising and promotion of prescription pharmaceutical drug products including, but not limited to, Food Drug and Cosmetic Act and its implementing regulations, OPDP guidance, Anti-kickback Statute, False Claims Act, OIG Guidance, PhRMA Code and Sunshine Act. Serve as the legal representative on the Companys Legal Medical Review Committee (LMRC), which also includes colleagues from medical affairs and regulatory. Provide advice to commercial, medical and corporate teams on programs, engagements, grants, sponsorships, as well as other activities and initiatives to ensure compliance with relevant healthcare laws, guidance documents, advisory opinions, enforcement, and settlements (FDA, OIG, DOJ). Provide advice on pricing, reimbursement, channel marketing, patient support, financial assistance, and other market access matters, including government pricing and state price transparency reporting. Provide Legal advice support to Healthcare Compliance regarding policies and procedures to ensure compliance with federal and state healthcare laws and regulations governing drug promotion, field customer engagement and incentive compensation, financial arrangements with healthcare providers (e.g., gifts, grants, consulting, etc.), transparency reporting (e.g., Sunshine Act), scientific communications (e.g., symposiums, CME, publications), access and reimbursement, government pricing, channel marketing, and interactions with foreign entities. Provide Legal advice with respect to various commercial agreements, including marketing activities (vendor, consultant), managed care access (MCO, PBM, GPO), channel distribution (wholesale, specialty pharmacy), and patient support (HUB). Keep informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the company. Counsel on commercial launch preparation activities. Advise on brand-related strategic planning, operating plans and budgeting matters. Train Company personnel, including sales personnel. Counsel and support the Companys compliance function to ensure that the Companys healthcare compliance programs reflect applicable laws, rules, regulations and guidance. As part of a relatively small, but growing, legal department, the candidate may be required to assist on various projects outside of the primary scope of responsibility.

Qualifications: JD Degree and admission to the New York state bar (or eligibility for licensure as a registered in-house counsel in New York). 8+ years of relevant healthcare, pharmaceutical or biotech experience. Experience as in-house counsel preferred. In-depth knowledge of commercial, compliance and regulatory matters associated with the launch and subsequent commercialization of branded pharmaceutical products. Ability to multitask and manage workload effectively, setting priorities and delivering results on agreed timelines. Exceptional interpersonal, written and verbal communications skills, including the ability to communicate complex issues and concepts to non-attorneys. Superior attention to detail with emphasis on follow-through and quality results. Ability to work both independently and as a member of a team in a results-oriented environment. Strong problem-solving and decision-making skills with demonstrated ability to think creatively and devise solutions to challenging problems. Ability to manage and influence across a cross-functional matrix organization. Team player with the desire to be helpful in the context of a relatively small but rapidly growing organization.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NQKE148874
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate work includes: To assist with copyright infringement enforcement cases and anti-piracy programs, both internally and with other publisher legal representatives and trade group representatives in joint enforcement actions in the US and globally; To contribute to analysis and company positions on copyright policy issues; To provide legal advice and litigation support on commercial disputes and general offensive and defensive litigation; To engage in early dispute resolution, advising internal clients and interacting with adversaries to resolve copyright and commercial matters pre-litigation; To investigate and conduct research on litigation targets; To manage document discovery, e-discovery compliance and large scale e-discovery projects. Should have 3-5 years of relevant litigation experience at a law firm or as in-house counsel. Must have demonstrated ability to review, analyze, and advise on legal disputes.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CFBQ148890
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, review and negotiate customer and vendor agreements, licensing, data processing and other commercial agreements for a wide spectrum of local and global client prospects and partners such as digital advertisers, agencies, ad exchanges and walled gardens. Assist with providing legal and strategic business advice and support across a broad spectrum of internal functions, including sales, marketing, HR, product and finance. Support internal business groups on expanding the Companys operations into new markets, including conducting regulatory reviews and analysis. Work with the rest of the legal team to design, implement and enforce company policies and processes to ensure legal compliance with internal policies as well as applicable laws and regulations, including privacy and data protection law, anti-bribery laws, competition law, and labor and employment regulations. Assist with coordinating work across the Companys legal team to ensure a consistent approach and application of legal agreements and risk framework locally, regionally and worldwide. Work with the rest of the legal department to support the Company's general corporate legal activities.

The candidate should have JD degree or LL.M from accredited law school. Member of the New York Bar (in good standing). Should have 3+ years of relevant experience (ideally combined between a highly-regarded law firm and an in-house legal department in a technology company). Experience negotiating software and technology contracts essential, and experience with media, advertising technology and/or online advertising would be strongly preferred. Knowledge and familiarity with privacy and data protection laws and regulations a plus. Experience with employment matters a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KYCD148846
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, review and negotiate SaaS agreements, professional services agreements and data processing agreements. Analyze, interpret and educate on complex provisions and related infrastructure to ensure compliance and consistency with Workdays business model. Prepare and provide internal training materials and presentations to Workdays Sales and Legal Teams. Provide general legal advice on a variety of topics.

The candidate should have JD degree from a top tier law school with excellent academic credentials. Bar Admission in New York is preferred. 5+ years of combined law firm and/or in-house legal department corporate/commercial work experience. Negotiation of significant commercial contracts, preferably with enterprise software/SaaS experience. Detail oriented with outstanding organizational skills. CIPP/E certification or knowledge of relevant data privacy laws and regulations, including GDPR, CCPA and New York Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulation. Experience working in high-growth, innovative and fast-paced work environments. Strong leadership ability, including outstanding emotional intelligence, influence and communication skills. Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced, team-centric and solutions-oriented environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# RRLO148826
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate should have 2-4 years of experience. Will partner closely with business and technology teams to give advice on a broad range of legal issues, including corporate matters, commercial transactions, privacy, and intellectual property law. The ideal candidate is excited about e-commerce, passionate about art and comfortable dealing with issues of first impression at the intersection of the two. Structure, draft, and negotiate a variety of commercial and intellectual property agreements, ranging from standard contracts to complex strategic partnerships critical to the company. Advise internal teams, including sales, operations, marketing, product and engineering on how the company can work within the law to launch innovative products and initiatives. Analyze products and features built by talented engineering and product teams and advise such teams with the ability to balance commercial, marketing, compliance and privacy concerns. Design training programs for various business teams. Draft and operationalize terms of use, privacy policies and practices, and disclosures for product offerings. Advise on advertising and marketing matters, including handling regulatory issues regarding digital media and reviewing and clearing marketing content for publication. Create scalable processes for resolving a high volume of disparate legal issues from all areas of the business. Assist with corporate matters including board meetings, capital formation activities, M&A and other strategic initiatives. Should have JD and New York state bar membership or registered in-house attorney status in New York. Should have 2+ years of relevant work experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experience with legal issues related to sales, engineering, marketing and product development for e-commerce companies. Strong commercial negotiation and drafting skills and attention to detail. Experience representing art dealers, galleries, collectors or auction houses is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
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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