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Senior Corporate Counsel - Vendor Contracts

Morrisville NC Senior Corporate Counsel - Vendor Contracts RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead and manage a global team of contracts attorneys/professionals. Provide counsel and lead negotiations in support of global vendor transactions. Manage team workload and metrics, driving turnaround times with high quality work product. Counsel, review, draft and negotiate master agreements, amendments, service agreements and associated modifications such as renewals, assignments, and terminations with contractors, consultants, service providers and vendors. Partner with Business Technology, Finance, Quality, Compliance, Data Privacy and other 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; train client groups on contracting matters relevant to their business units. Provide pragmatic day-to-day and strategic advice to minimize legal risks while advancing business goals and initiatives. Guide the business on the appropriate management of risks and issues. Suggest risk mitigation solutions. Support the business with managing vendor issues and disputes. 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.

REQUIREMENTS: Completion of law school with a JD Degree or L.L.B. degree and admission to the bar and in good standing in at least one jurisdiction in the United States required. 8+ years of progressively responsible and relevant transactional experience in private practice or in-house capacity (or a combination thereof), preferably with relevant legal experience in life sciences or supporting clinical research. In-house experience at a global clinical research organization, pharmaceutical or biotech company is preferred. 4+ years experience leading, managing and developing a team. Ability to understand complex contractual issues, assess risk, and provide concise, plain English, business-focused legal advice. Extensive background in transactions with service providers/vendors, drafting agreements, intellectual property with a solid understanding of information security and data privacy laws. Experience counseling organizations and assisting in developing strategic solutions, with a track record of building business relationships and gaining trust of internal clients. Experience handling multiple projects in fast-paced environment, with a high degree of client service orientation, and performing successfully in cross-functional teams. Able to independently handle complex matters with minimal supervision. Understands when to escalate issues to senior management for awareness or decision. Demonstrated excellent interpersonal, strategic thinking, communication and organizational skills.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-15

Associate General Counsel, Corporate Transactions

Charlotte NC Associate General Counsel, Corporate Transactions The candidate will work closely with Business Development and Treasury personnel to support M&A and banking transactions and will also support the corporate governance activities of the Corporate Secretarys Office. Ensure continuous improvement of and compliance with M&A policies and procedures, including outside counsel retention, due diligence, knowledge base development, training programs, and document retention/destruction. Work closely with the Business Development function to support execution of M&A transactions in coordination with SBG M&A counsel. Work closely with the global Treasury function to support various the full range of corporate finance activities, including financings, banking and credit facilities, parent company guarantees, share repurchases, hedging arrangements and other cash management activities. Ensure continuous improvement of and compliance with insider trading policies and procedures. Responsible for Section 16 compliance and beneficial ownership reporting. Key participant in proxy drafting, shareowner engagement and annual meeting processes. Supervise the maintenance, creation, and dissolution of Honeywells U.S. and Canadian subsidiaries, and provide related legal advice. When necessary, select and manage outside counsel, including evaluating the quality and cost of services. Other duties within the Corporate Secretarys Office as required.

The candidate must have demonstrated M&A deal execution experience, solid knowledge of U.S. public company disclosure, governance and executive compensation matters and experience providing counsel on corporate finance, treasury and subsidiary management matters. Must have demonstrated ability to work well with and relate to individuals at all levels of the organization, and across all businesses, functions and regions. Must have the ability to: influence peers as well as senior management; take ownership of responsibilities and work in a self-directed environment; manage multiple priorities; communicate well orally and in writing; analyze data, draw conclusions and make a compelling case for recommendations; and handle ambiguity. Sensitivity to customer needs with good interpersonal skills is required. Should be detail-oriented with focus on accuracy and execution. Must have strong project management and analytical skills. Must have good business acumen and intellectually curious. Should have Law degree. Must be licensed to practice law in at least one state within the U.S. Must have 7+ years of legal experience, ideally gained through a combination of law firm and in-house experience within a global public company and in the practice areas relevant to the responsibilities described above.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-13

Corporate Counsel

Raleigh NC Corporate Counsel The candidate will contribute to the supportive and collaborative working model within firm and the Legal Services team. Managing policies and ensuring consistency with corporate strategy and business objectives, while maintaining the companys high standards of integrity, ethical and transparent conduct. Primary responsibility for driving new business initiatives in Refesh; structuring and drafting new product and service offers; and sales transactions, with flexibility to expand and address other needs arising in the firm. Advise on a broad range of legal disciplines impacting the used and refurbished IT product market, including compliance/regulatory matters, intellectual property, competition, privacy, marketing, commercial contracts, trade/export and basic revenue recognition principles and financing experience.

The candidate must have a law degree. 5+ years of experience as a trusted advisor and negotiator of high-tech sales transactons in a law firm or business is needed. In-depth knowledge of technology contracting and general business law; financing transactional experience is desired.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-11

Corporate Counsel

Concord NC Corporate Counsel, North America The candidate serves as counsel to North American business unit, with operations in the United States and Canada. This role is responsible for working on assigned legal matters for the North American business unit. Has broad-based legal skills and can handle a variety of corporate, commercial, litigation, regulatory, and government affairs matters. Experience in the direct selling industry and the telecommunications sectors is helpful. Ensures that operates in accordance with legal requirements and ethical standards, provides counsel on legal and business issues, ensures legal and regulatory compliance and mitigates risk, and facilitates the strategic growth of the Companys business. Manage and work assigned legal matters for the North American business unit, including making appropriate use of internal and external resources. Provide legally-correct and actionable legal advice, considering multiple inputs and potential legal/business impact of decisions. Negotiate, draft, and advise internal business clients on commercial agreements to ensure that business needs are optimized and risks are reduced. Manage complex investigations relating to litigation and regulatory matters. Handle inquiries from governmental agencies and consumer protection groups on consumer and IBO matters. Manage litigation and arbitration, including advising on litigation strategy, risk mitigation, settlement options, and management of outside counsel. Identify and address threatened or potential claims. Monitor, interpret, and apply to firms business, domestic and international regulatory guidance (including specifically with respect to advertising, telecom, direct sales and multi-level marketing practices). Work closely with the Business Ethics group and assist the Legal department in providing oversight and training from a legal perspective. Refine, improve, and manage firms compliance function to ensure corporate compliance with marketing policies. Assist with corporate governance and provide legal assistance in connection with internal operations and initiatives. Keep abreast of relevant legal and legislative developments and communicate to stakeholders. Raise issues of strategic opportunity or risk to the General Counsel, NA and other NA business stakeholders. Assist with development and implementation of policies for Legal Department and company.

The candidate should have J.D. or LL.M. from an accredited US law school. Bar admission in good standing in any US state or territory is required. Must have 2 years experience in a role as an attorney; non-legal business experience a plus. Should have excellent oral and written communication skills; a concise communicator; ability to interact with and advise various departments and levels, including direct interaction with top executives. Must have ability to analyze, interpret, apply, and communicate regulatory guidance and industry practice standards. Should have ability to manage others and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Ability to navigate issues with government agencies, regulators, and consumer protection authorities is required.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-08

Corporate Counsel

Charlotte NC Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Work with business teams to draft, negotiate, and execute commercial agreements. Be a trusted legal advisor as part of the business teams efforts to establish, evaluate, and expand business relationships. Provide business teams with day-to-day legal perspective and guidance, as well as risk assessment and mitigation. Help spot legal issues and identify practical solutions - know when to hold em, know when to fold em, know when to walk away, know when to run; know how to solve problems, and when and how to speak up. Help establish a framework of policies and guidance to manage legal and commercial issues within the business.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited U.S. law school, and member of the bar of a U.S. jurisdiction. 5-10 years of experience working with senior business management in connection with a broad range of legal matters, including contracts, marketing, and other transactional activities. Outstanding negotiation, communication, and drafting skills. Experience at a large firm with additional in-house experience is a plus. You should know a privacy issue when you see one (we have privacy experts who can help). Ability to operate in a dynamic environment and to navigate amid uncertainty.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2019-07-03

Corporate Counsel

Greensboro NC Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, review and approve various contracts including : purchase order terms and conditions, purchase/supply agreements, outsourcing agreements, professional services agreements, staffing services agreements, website agreements, cloud agreements and software licensing agreements. Will negotiate contractual language supporting original equipment, aftermarket parts, and general services suppliers. Interfaces and manages relationships with internal business customers, outside counsel, supplier/vendor counsel, and global in-house network of Honda attorneys as needed. Provides support to other in-house counsel and General Counsel as needed on issues including, but not limited to: aviation issues, corporate governance, compliance and risk management. Partners with other organizations and departments to provide training to new employees on legal matters. Juris Doctor Degree required. Must have 5+ years of legal practice with an emphasis on commercial, contract and transactional legal matters within a law firm, corporate legal department or government entity. Previous experience advising on drafting, interpreting and negotiating contracts (including UCC Article 2) involving original equipment and aftermarket parts suppliers is required. Previous experience with aviation regulations and aviation/international contracts is highly preferred. Currently active member of a U.S. State Bar is required. Extensive knowledge of contracts related to original equipment and aftermarket parts suppliers is required. Working knowledge of legal subject areas including : intellectual property, customs, and trade compliance is highly beneficial. Proficiency in MS Office is required. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-30

Corporate Counsel

Raleigh NC Corporate Counsel The candidate will negotiate service, software and telecommunications agreements with many of the worlds most dynamic tech companies that are firm's customers and partners. Also will coordinate with various internal teams to ensure that firm's complies with company policies, and contribute to defining policies, practices, and procedures within the company. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating service, software and telecommunications agreements. Providing legal advice and support across all lines of business enabling profitable growth while mitigating legal risks and ensuring adherence to governance policies, ethics, and country-specific laws and regulations. Coordinating closely with various business stakeholders to provide a variety of commercial and corporate legal services. Assisting with litigation and other administrative, investigative or legal actions principally handled by other firm's Legal team members or outside counsel. Assisting with legal issues involving governmental and regulatory compliance. Responding to ad hoc queries including the identification, analysis and evaluation of risks to provide appropriate legal solutions. Developing a discipline within a specialty area(s), consistent with the needs of the Company, existing expertise within the firm's Legal team, and your interests (for example, general corporate law, antitrust/competition law, securities law, employment law, immigration law, risk management, contract management, intellectual property, trade secrets, or advertising and marketing law).

The candidate must have 3 - 6 years of relevant legal experience, including significant commercial negotiating and contract drafting experience (1 3 years of your relevant legal experience preferably in-house). Should have JD degree from a top law school. Must have outstanding writing and oral communications skills. Must have Admission to practice law. Must have sufficient knowledge of information technology and data management systems.
Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2019-06-27

Senior Commercial Corporate Counsel

Charlotte NC Senior Commercial Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for managing the expectations of the Sales department as well as engaging directly with customers and partners and their attorneys during contract negotiations. This position will report directly to VP of Legal. The role includes: Providing support on sales agreements, channel partner agreements, and other transactions as needed, including reviewing, drafting, negotiating, revising and interpreting Cloud Based Unified Communications Solutions agreements, Cloud Based Contact Center Solutions agreements, Channel Partner agreements, and consulting and professional service agreements, among others. Interfacing with Sales, Sales Operations, Services, Finance and Accounting teams to assist the Legal teams efforts in the preparation, implementation and optimization of forms, processes and procedures. Streamlining contract management processes and templates, and conducting training sessions for internal Sales team members on procedures and other contract or legal topics as necessary. Contributing broadly to the leadership of the businesses, working effectively with senior management and creating strong trusted advisor relationships with the business leaders.

The candidate should have 10+ years as a deal/transactional lawyer at a top law firm and In-house in a leading high-tech/cloud company. Must have direct experience in structuring, negotiating, and drafting high-tech cloud based communications services. Should have confidence in dealing with other departments, outside representatives and upper management. Must have effective written and verbal communication skills, facilitating clear and open communication at all levels of the organization. Must lead projects. Should have excellent negotiation and drafting skills. Experience with Governmental Contracting (Locals, State, Federal) a plus.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-22

Sr. Corporate Counsel

Raleigh NC Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate manages all litigation matters involving firm and its U.S. and Canadian affiliates (pharmaceutical/medical device companies), including employment, intellectual property, complex commercial and product liability lawsuits. Additionally,will counsel Executive Management, Human Resources and Medical Affairs regarding risk mitigation pertaining to a broad scope of business activities associated with potential litigation. The role requires active management of, and related functional leadership associated with (a) internal clients in relation to continuous collaboration, education, risk management and expectation-setting, (b) external counsel in relation to time and work product and (c) legal team members, all of whom counsel on risk related issues. Actively manages outside counsel with respect to litigation strategy, legal spend/budget, settlement negotiations, responses to discovery and related tasks in connection with all litigation matters involving firm and Ulthera, Inc. as well as their North American affiliates, including, employment, patent/intellectual property, complex commercial and product liability lawsuits. Provides legal advice and counsel regarding state and federal employment laws; collaborates with Human Resources regarding employee hiring, restructure, termination, discipline, harassment, health and safety and other human capital related issues; assists and advises compliance team with internal compliance issues and employee relations investigations. Advises Executive Management regarding risk mitigation pertaining to business and marketing activities, litigation matters, and special projects/events. Collaborates with commercial, corporate communications and the medical affairs teams regarding communications with customers and media as it pertains to existing or potential litigation and the associated risk to the business. Serves as the legal representative on promotional

The candidate must be Graduate from an American Bar Association approved law school; licensed to practice law in any State in good standing. Bachelors or better in Law is required. Should have 8 years overall legal experience in law firm or corporate legal department setting with emphasis on litigation of product liability, intellectual property, commercial and employment related disputes. Must have 3 of years experience in a corporate legal department setting within a pharmaceutical or medical device company. Significant litigation and/or litigation management experience necessary, to include employment litigation, intellectual property, and pharmaceutical or medical device/product liability litigation. Excellent academic credentials are required. Must have knowledge of applicable state and federal laws and regulations governing employment law, particularly Title VII, FMLA, ADA, FLSA and ADEA.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-20

North Carolina - Senior Legal Counsel

Greensboro NC Senior Legal Counsel
The candidate will report to the General Counsel and provide support for the day-to-day guidance and legal advice for all aspects of the business. Will provide effective legal advice and counsel to the US Commercial Business Units, R&D, and Regulatory Affairs on a wide range of business, corporate, and regulatory matters related to the development, manufacture and sale of the company's products in the US consistent with federal and state laws and regulations. Provide practical, quality legal advice and services to the US Commercial Business Units and business support functions (e.g. Finance, Regulatory, Commercial Excellence, HR). Work collaboratively with internal clients to help achieve Business Unit and departmental objectives in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Provide legal counsel to promotional review committees and for other promotional activities related to sale and marketing of company products. Negotiate and prepare contractual arrangements for all aspects of the business in close cooperation with Legal Department Contract Administrator. Conduct diligence and provide counsel on arrangements for product acquisitions or divestitures. Assist with corporate governance and corporate formalities. Work cooperatively with the Chief Compliance Officer and VP Human Resources. Assess and mitigate legal risks arising from business activities, including the development and sale of products. Assist in management of litigation matters and work effectively with Department Paralegal staff. Manage and work effectively with outside counsel on legal and regulatory aspects of the business and on litigation matters.

The candidate must have 7-10 years of overall legal experience in law firm and/or corporate legal department settings with 2+ years in the legal department of a pharmaceutical company. Prior experience with corporate governance and formalities is an asset. Prior dispute resolution/litigation experience a plus. Knowledge of applicable laws and regulations governing medical devices preferred. Working knowledge of the pharmaceutical business and applicable laws and regulations, including those governing product promotion required.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2013-03-14
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Capital Markets Counsel III
In-House,Wells Fargo
Location : Concord, NC, United States

Capital Markets Counsel III The candidate will report to the Managing Counsel of the Commodities, Foreign Exchange & Special Entities Team of the Derivatives & Foreign Exchange Section of the Legal Department. Will provide legal advice and counsel t... + read more

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Senior Corporate Counsel - Vendor Contracts
Refer job# ACGW145053
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Vendor Contracts RESPONSIBILITIES: Lead and manage a global team of contracts attorneys/professionals. Provide counsel and lead negotiations in support of global vendor transactions. Manage team workload and metrics, driving turnaround times with high quality work product. Counsel, review, draft and negotiate master agreements, amendments, service agreements and associated modifications such as renewals, assignments, and terminations with contractors, consultants, service providers and vendors. Partner with Business Technology, Finance, Quality, Compliance, Data Privacy and other 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; train client groups on contracting matters relevant to their business units. Provide pragmatic day-to-day and strategic advice to minimize legal risks while advancing business goals and initiatives. Guide the business on the appropriate management of risks and issues. Suggest risk mitigation solutions. Support the business with managing vendor issues and disputes. 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.

REQUIREMENTS: Completion of law school with a JD Degree or L.L.B. degree and admission to the bar and in good standing in at least one jurisdiction in the United States required. 8+ years of progressively responsible and relevant transactional experience in private practice or in-house capacity (or a combination thereof), preferably with relevant legal experience in life sciences or supporting clinical research. In-house experience at a global clinical research organization, pharmaceutical or biotech company is preferred. 4+ years experience leading, managing and developing a team. Ability to understand complex contractual issues, assess risk, and provide concise, plain English, business-focused legal advice. Extensive background in transactions with service providers/vendors, drafting agreements, intellectual property with a solid understanding of information security and data privacy laws. Experience counseling organizations and assisting in developing strategic solutions, with a track record of building business relationships and gaining trust of internal clients. Experience handling multiple projects in fast-paced environment, with a high degree of client service orientation, and performing successfully in cross-functional teams. Able to independently handle complex matters with minimal supervision. Understands when to escalate issues to senior management for awareness or decision. Demonstrated excellent interpersonal, strategic thinking, communication and organizational skills.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Corporate Transactions
Refer job# DWGJ145005
 
Associate General Counsel, Corporate Transactions The candidate will work closely with Business Development and Treasury personnel to support M&A and banking transactions and will also support the corporate governance activities of the Corporate Secretarys Office. Ensure continuous improvement of and compliance with M&A policies and procedures, including outside counsel retention, due diligence, knowledge base development, training programs, and document retention/destruction. Work closely with the Business Development function to support execution of M&A transactions in coordination with SBG M&A counsel. Work closely with the global Treasury function to support various the full range of corporate finance activities, including financings, banking and credit facilities, parent company guarantees, share repurchases, hedging arrangements and other cash management activities. Ensure continuous improvement of and compliance with insider trading policies and procedures. Responsible for Section 16 compliance and beneficial ownership reporting. Key participant in proxy drafting, shareowner engagement and annual meeting processes. Supervise the maintenance, creation, and dissolution of Honeywells U.S. and Canadian subsidiaries, and provide related legal advice. When necessary, select and manage outside counsel, including evaluating the quality and cost of services. Other duties within the Corporate Secretarys Office as required.

The candidate must have demonstrated M&A deal execution experience, solid knowledge of U.S. public company disclosure, governance and executive compensation matters and experience providing counsel on corporate finance, treasury and subsidiary management matters. Must have demonstrated ability to work well with and relate to individuals at all levels of the organization, and across all businesses, functions and regions. Must have the ability to: influence peers as well as senior management; take ownership of responsibilities and work in a self-directed environment; manage multiple priorities; communicate well orally and in writing; analyze data, draw conclusions and make a compelling case for recommendations; and handle ambiguity. Sensitivity to customer needs with good interpersonal skills is required. Should be detail-oriented with focus on accuracy and execution. Must have strong project management and analytical skills. Must have good business acumen and intellectually curious. Should have Law degree. Must be licensed to practice law in at least one state within the U.S. Must have 7+ years of legal experience, ideally gained through a combination of law firm and in-house experience within a global public company and in the practice areas relevant to the responsibilities described above.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LLVT144965
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will contribute to the supportive and collaborative working model within firm and the Legal Services team. Managing policies and ensuring consistency with corporate strategy and business objectives, while maintaining the companys high standards of integrity, ethical and transparent conduct. Primary responsibility for driving new business initiatives in Refesh; structuring and drafting new product and service offers; and sales transactions, with flexibility to expand and address other needs arising in the firm. Advise on a broad range of legal disciplines impacting the used and refurbished IT product market, including compliance/regulatory matters, intellectual property, competition, privacy, marketing, commercial contracts, trade/export and basic revenue recognition principles and financing experience.

The candidate must have a law degree. 5+ years of experience as a trusted advisor and negotiator of high-tech sales transactons in a law firm or business is needed. In-depth knowledge of technology contracting and general business law; financing transactional experience is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZPNK144943
 
Corporate Counsel, North America The candidate serves as counsel to North American business unit, with operations in the United States and Canada. This role is responsible for working on assigned legal matters for the North American business unit. Has broad-based legal skills and can handle a variety of corporate, commercial, litigation, regulatory, and government affairs matters. Experience in the direct selling industry and the telecommunications sectors is helpful. Ensures that operates in accordance with legal requirements and ethical standards, provides counsel on legal and business issues, ensures legal and regulatory compliance and mitigates risk, and facilitates the strategic growth of the Companys business. Manage and work assigned legal matters for the North American business unit, including making appropriate use of internal and external resources. Provide legally-correct and actionable legal advice, considering multiple inputs and potential legal/business impact of decisions. Negotiate, draft, and advise internal business clients on commercial agreements to ensure that business needs are optimized and risks are reduced. Manage complex investigations relating to litigation and regulatory matters. Handle inquiries from governmental agencies and consumer protection groups on consumer and IBO matters. Manage litigation and arbitration, including advising on litigation strategy, risk mitigation, settlement options, and management of outside counsel. Identify and address threatened or potential claims. Monitor, interpret, and apply to firms business, domestic and international regulatory guidance (including specifically with respect to advertising, telecom, direct sales and multi-level marketing practices). Work closely with the Business Ethics group and assist the Legal department in providing oversight and training from a legal perspective. Refine, improve, and manage firms compliance function to ensure corporate compliance with marketing policies. Assist with corporate governance and provide legal assistance in connection with internal operations and initiatives. Keep abreast of relevant legal and legislative developments and communicate to stakeholders. Raise issues of strategic opportunity or risk to the General Counsel, NA and other NA business stakeholders. Assist with development and implementation of policies for Legal Department and company.

The candidate should have J.D. or LL.M. from an accredited US law school. Bar admission in good standing in any US state or territory is required. Must have 2 years experience in a role as an attorney; non-legal business experience a plus. Should have excellent oral and written communication skills; a concise communicator; ability to interact with and advise various departments and levels, including direct interaction with top executives. Must have ability to analyze, interpret, apply, and communicate regulatory guidance and industry practice standards. Should have ability to manage others and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Ability to navigate issues with government agencies, regulators, and consumer protection authorities is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PGXU144858
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Work with business teams to draft, negotiate, and execute commercial agreements. Be a trusted legal advisor as part of the business teams efforts to establish, evaluate, and expand business relationships. Provide business teams with day-to-day legal perspective and guidance, as well as risk assessment and mitigation. Help spot legal issues and identify practical solutions - know when to hold em, know when to fold em, know when to walk away, know when to run; know how to solve problems, and when and how to speak up. Help establish a framework of policies and guidance to manage legal and commercial issues within the business.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited U.S. law school, and member of the bar of a U.S. jurisdiction. 5-10 years of experience working with senior business management in connection with a broad range of legal matters, including contracts, marketing, and other transactional activities. Outstanding negotiation, communication, and drafting skills. Experience at a large firm with additional in-house experience is a plus. You should know a privacy issue when you see one (we have privacy experts who can help). Ability to operate in a dynamic environment and to navigate amid uncertainty.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PRCH144792
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, review and approve various contracts including : purchase order terms and conditions, purchase/supply agreements, outsourcing agreements, professional services agreements, staffing services agreements, website agreements, cloud agreements and software licensing agreements. Will negotiate contractual language supporting original equipment, aftermarket parts, and general services suppliers. Interfaces and manages relationships with internal business customers, outside counsel, supplier/vendor counsel, and global in-house network of Honda attorneys as needed. Provides support to other in-house counsel and General Counsel as needed on issues including, but not limited to: aviation issues, corporate governance, compliance and risk management. Partners with other organizations and departments to provide training to new employees on legal matters. Juris Doctor Degree required. Must have 5+ years of legal practice with an emphasis on commercial, contract and transactional legal matters within a law firm, corporate legal department or government entity. Previous experience advising on drafting, interpreting and negotiating contracts (including UCC Article 2) involving original equipment and aftermarket parts suppliers is required. Previous experience with aviation regulations and aviation/international contracts is highly preferred. Currently active member of a U.S. State Bar is required. Extensive knowledge of contracts related to original equipment and aftermarket parts suppliers is required. Working knowledge of legal subject areas including : intellectual property, customs, and trade compliance is highly beneficial. Proficiency in MS Office is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YPWN144770
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will negotiate service, software and telecommunications agreements with many of the worlds most dynamic tech companies that are firm's customers and partners. Also will coordinate with various internal teams to ensure that firm's complies with company policies, and contribute to defining policies, practices, and procedures within the company. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating service, software and telecommunications agreements. Providing legal advice and support across all lines of business enabling profitable growth while mitigating legal risks and ensuring adherence to governance policies, ethics, and country-specific laws and regulations. Coordinating closely with various business stakeholders to provide a variety of commercial and corporate legal services. Assisting with litigation and other administrative, investigative or legal actions principally handled by other firm's Legal team members or outside counsel. Assisting with legal issues involving governmental and regulatory compliance. Responding to ad hoc queries including the identification, analysis and evaluation of risks to provide appropriate legal solutions. Developing a discipline within a specialty area(s), consistent with the needs of the Company, existing expertise within the firm's Legal team, and your interests (for example, general corporate law, antitrust/competition law, securities law, employment law, immigration law, risk management, contract management, intellectual property, trade secrets, or advertising and marketing law).

The candidate must have 3 - 6 years of relevant legal experience, including significant commercial negotiating and contract drafting experience (1 3 years of your relevant legal experience preferably in-house). Should have JD degree from a top law school. Must have outstanding writing and oral communications skills. Must have Admission to practice law. Must have sufficient knowledge of information technology and data management systems.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Commercial Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SXAP144668
 
Senior Commercial Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for managing the expectations of the Sales department as well as engaging directly with customers and partners and their attorneys during contract negotiations. This position will report directly to VP of Legal. The role includes: Providing support on sales agreements, channel partner agreements, and other transactions as needed, including reviewing, drafting, negotiating, revising and interpreting Cloud Based Unified Communications Solutions agreements, Cloud Based Contact Center Solutions agreements, Channel Partner agreements, and consulting and professional service agreements, among others. Interfacing with Sales, Sales Operations, Services, Finance and Accounting teams to assist the Legal teams efforts in the preparation, implementation and optimization of forms, processes and procedures. Streamlining contract management processes and templates, and conducting training sessions for internal Sales team members on procedures and other contract or legal topics as necessary. Contributing broadly to the leadership of the businesses, working effectively with senior management and creating strong trusted advisor relationships with the business leaders.

The candidate should have 10+ years as a deal/transactional lawyer at a top law firm and In-house in a leading high-tech/cloud company. Must have direct experience in structuring, negotiating, and drafting high-tech cloud based communications services. Should have confidence in dealing with other departments, outside representatives and upper management. Must have effective written and verbal communication skills, facilitating clear and open communication at all levels of the organization. Must lead projects. Should have excellent negotiation and drafting skills. Experience with Governmental Contracting (Locals, State, Federal) a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Sr. Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KFGB144633
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate manages all litigation matters involving firm and its U.S. and Canadian affiliates (pharmaceutical/medical device companies), including employment, intellectual property, complex commercial and product liability lawsuits. Additionally,will counsel Executive Management, Human Resources and Medical Affairs regarding risk mitigation pertaining to a broad scope of business activities associated with potential litigation. The role requires active management of, and related functional leadership associated with (a) internal clients in relation to continuous collaboration, education, risk management and expectation-setting, (b) external counsel in relation to time and work product and (c) legal team members, all of whom counsel on risk related issues. Actively manages outside counsel with respect to litigation strategy, legal spend/budget, settlement negotiations, responses to discovery and related tasks in connection with all litigation matters involving firm and Ulthera, Inc. as well as their North American affiliates, including, employment, patent/intellectual property, complex commercial and product liability lawsuits. Provides legal advice and counsel regarding state and federal employment laws; collaborates with Human Resources regarding employee hiring, restructure, termination, discipline, harassment, health and safety and other human capital related issues; assists and advises compliance team with internal compliance issues and employee relations investigations. Advises Executive Management regarding risk mitigation pertaining to business and marketing activities, litigation matters, and special projects/events. Collaborates with commercial, corporate communications and the medical affairs teams regarding communications with customers and media as it pertains to existing or potential litigation and the associated risk to the business. Serves as the legal representative on promotional

The candidate must be Graduate from an American Bar Association approved law school; licensed to practice law in any State in good standing. Bachelors or better in Law is required. Should have 8 years overall legal experience in law firm or corporate legal department setting with emphasis on litigation of product liability, intellectual property, commercial and employment related disputes. Must have 3 of years experience in a corporate legal department setting within a pharmaceutical or medical device company. Significant litigation and/or litigation management experience necessary, to include employment litigation, intellectual property, and pharmaceutical or medical device/product liability litigation. Excellent academic credentials are required. Must have knowledge of applicable state and federal laws and regulations governing employment law, particularly Title VII, FMLA, ADA, FLSA and ADEA.
 
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North Carolina - Senior Legal Counsel
Refer job# 1VVN25867
 
Senior Legal Counsel
The candidate will report to the General Counsel and provide support for the day-to-day guidance and legal advice for all aspects of the business. Will provide effective legal advice and counsel to the US Commercial Business Units, R&D, and Regulatory Affairs on a wide range of business, corporate, and regulatory matters related to the development, manufacture and sale of the company's products in the US consistent with federal and state laws and regulations. Provide practical, quality legal advice and services to the US Commercial Business Units and business support functions (e.g. Finance, Regulatory, Commercial Excellence, HR). Work collaboratively with internal clients to help achieve Business Unit and departmental objectives in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Provide legal counsel to promotional review committees and for other promotional activities related to sale and marketing of company products. Negotiate and prepare contractual arrangements for all aspects of the business in close cooperation with Legal Department Contract Administrator. Conduct diligence and provide counsel on arrangements for product acquisitions or divestitures. Assist with corporate governance and corporate formalities. Work cooperatively with the Chief Compliance Officer and VP Human Resources. Assess and mitigate legal risks arising from business activities, including the development and sale of products. Assist in management of litigation matters and work effectively with Department Paralegal staff. Manage and work effectively with outside counsel on legal and regulatory aspects of the business and on litigation matters.

The candidate must have 7-10 years of overall legal experience in law firm and/or corporate legal department settings with 2+ years in the legal department of a pharmaceutical company. Prior experience with corporate governance and formalities is an asset. Prior dispute resolution/litigation experience a plus. Knowledge of applicable laws and regulations governing medical devices preferred. Working knowledge of the pharmaceutical business and applicable laws and regulations, including those governing product promotion required.
 
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