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Senior Corporate Counsel - Contracts

Charlotte NC Senior Corporate Counsel - Contracts The candidate will be responsible for review, negotiation and documentation of contract matters related to firm and its affiliates, with an emphasis on food services in various educational facilities (e.g., universities, colleges, public and private high schools, etc.). Manage an array of general contractual matters. Position requires offering sound legal advice and counsel to Assistant General Counsel and internal clients on strategies, actions and decisions related to all such transactions. Must have 5+ years contract experience. Should have Bachelors and Juris Doctor Degrees required, as well as a state bar license. Familiarity with FAR and USDA regulations a plus. Outstanding oral and written communication skills required. Excellent problem-solving and strong presentation, analytical and drafting skills also required. Demonstrated ability in implementing and managing complex transactions is preferred. Must be a self-starter and have the ability to identify and to analyze thoroughly a diverse array of general contractual concerns and succinctly and effectively communicate conclusions to business management. Ability to interact with all levels of management, internally and externally, as well as with executive staff is essential. Should have the aptitude to work in high-paced, diverse and challenging environment. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-03-21

Senior Corporate Counsel

Durham NC Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will manage, in conjunction with Company staff, PPA, Offtake and REC review and negotiation processes. Manage legal aspects of transaction agreements and negotiations, including project acquisitions and sales. Oversee the legal aspects of Project Development agreements, including land, interconnection, permitting and title agreements. Review consulting services agreements, master services agreements, and other general corporate legal agreements as needed. Manage legal aspects of due diligence processes for selected transactions. Manage outside counsel as needed, review and negotiate engagement letters. Manage paralegals and offshore legal and paralegal staff as needed. Manage the legal aspects of negotiation and review of engineering, procurement and construction agreements and operations and maintenance agreements. Update standardized templates for Company representing best industry practices, and ensure consistent use of contracts among Company personnel. Must have JD degree. Should have 5+ years of experience negotiating PPA, EPC and related contracts for traditional or renewable energy projects, wind, solar, biomass etc. Should have strong work ethic and ability to self-start in a fast-paced environment. Must have strong project, process and organizational skills. Should have ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-03-19

Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector

Charlotte NC Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector Responsibilities: In partnership with the sales leadership team, develop and maintain an effective process for establishing contracts with public sector customers. Develop and lead implementation of the U.S. strategy for complying with regulatory and contract requirements unique to sales to the government and Federal, State and Local levels, including coordination of compliance activities across multiple functions. Develop and oversee projects for continuous improvement in government contract compliance program. Provide legal advice to the bids and proposals team in charge of managing solicitations, bids, proposals, quotations, and un-solicited proposals. Be responsible to understand government/GSA Terms & Conditions , and any special requirements of solicitations. Analyze the company s government contracts to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal laws Assist in bid / no bid decisions. Work with sales engineering team and other department to review proposals to make sure the company is in compliance with regulations and contractual requirements. Act as the go-to, in-house legal expert for government contracts. Provide complete legal advice and service for the development of the Public Sector (State, Local and Federal) marketplace.

Qualifications: JD Degree with excellent academic credentials. Admission to a state Bar. 10+ years of related government contracting experience. Deep knowledge and understanding of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (the FAR) ancillary regulations issued by civilian and defense agencies or departments (e.g., GSA, NASA, DFARS etc.). A true team player with solid interpersonal skills working with peers, subject matter experts, and executives. Deep knowledge of state procurement laws and regulations, fundamental laws and principles including federal common law as applied to procurements. Experience analyzing and revising prime contracts, subcontracts, modifications, teaming agreements, consulting agreements, non-disclosure agreements and other contractual documents. Well-versed in Public Sector compliance matters, including lobbying, ethics laws and regulations (g. procurement integrity, organizational conflicts of interest, and the false claim allegations). Ability to build consensus, even for difficult or unpopular courses of action, necessitated by legal or regulatory requirements. Rigorous customer-oriented attitude, coupled with the ability to seamlessly integrate into a fluid and highly dynamic business environment. Proactive attitude, a willingness to immerse oneself in the issues of the business, and the ability to quickly become a valued contributor to the senior leadership teams. Demonstrated success working in a matrixed environment, cross-functionally with multiple stakeholders. Financial or business operations background is preferred. Government technical data rights and licensing knowledge is a plus. Contract claims and other dispute resolution methods experience is a plus. Successful track record with either a government contractor, the government, or military service is preferred.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-03-18

Corporate Counsel, Privacy

Charlotte NC Corporate Counsel, Privacy The candidate assists with implementing and maintaining the organization's privacy program, including, training and awareness activities, advising and guiding implementation of process changes, maintenance of policies and procedures, and monitoring of privacy and data-related compliance and adherence to global privacy requirements and standards. Builds strategic relationships with key stakeholders across functions and regions to understand touchpoints for data management across the organization and to help problem-solve solutions for any compliance gaps. Enables deployment of a comprehensive privacy program, including documenting and maintaining internal policies and processes, including, processing activity logs under the GDPR, completing regulatory filings, drafting notices and contract templates on privacy and data related matters, and developing internal and external privacy program guidance summaries. Assists with implementation of compliance requirements related to the GDPR and other region/country-specific privacy requirements, data protection regulations, and data transfer restrictions or requirements. Participates in conducting periodic information privacy risk assessment/analysis, mitigation and remediation and works with functional teams to develop compliance strategies based on assessment outcomes. Drives vendor assessment processes for due diligence, contracting, and audit needs in partnership with legal, procurement, and security teams as needed. Delivers training and ongoing awareness and continuous improvement efforts related to data protection, privacy, and data hygiene. Participates in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of all business associates and business associate agreements to enforce company privacy program standards. Facilitates and actively promotes longer term enterprise projects to address appropriate maintenance and retention practices for company data, including personal data, and engages with business teams to drive internal adoption of new practices and ways of thinking about data. Maintains current knowledge of applicable global, federal and state privacy laws and accreditation standards. Conducts information privacy related research as needed and delivers concise, accurate, and supported recommendations. Must have Law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 3+ years of active practice focused in the areas of data privacy, technology law, or compliance; or 5+ years of legal practice and demonstrated experience working in industries or areas of focus requiring enhanced regulation of data and/or data practices (i.e. financial, healthcare, audit, human resources). Experience with data privacy regulatory requirements and/or in-house experience with technology companies strongly preferred. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-03-16

Senior Corporate Counsel - Commercial Lending Attorney

Charlotte NC Senior Corporate Counsel - Commercial Lending Attorney The candidate will consistently provide excellent advice and guidance to clients and colleagues, on a variety of legal matters. Will build trusting relationships that allow the business to make well-informed decisions. Support commercial lending in Banks Corporate and Commercial Banking groups. Duties include reviewing and structuring syndicated credit transactions and other lending transactions, and providing legal support and advice to the commercial lending business lines. Should have Law degree. Must be licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate state bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority. Should have 8-10 years of experience as an attorney. In-depth knowledge of bilateral and syndicated loan transactions is desired. Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2019-03-14

Senior Corporate Counsel

Raleigh NC Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be working alongside business teams on high-touch engagements to close complex transactions with our resellers, including at least one key alliance partner. Must have 6-8 years of experience practicing law, including previous in-house experience in a transactional role representing technology companies. Direct experience negotiating complex partner/resale, SaaS, and licensing transactions is essential. Should have experience leading commercial deals and cross-functional projects from start to finish. Should have fierce organization and problem-solving skills. Must be proficient with basic US anti-trust law (e.g. price discrimination) and at least one global privacy framework (e.g. GDPR). Should have strong leadership skills. Legal 6 - 8 Full-time 2019-03-03

Senior Associate Legal Counsel - International Corporate Affairs

Cary NC Senior Associate Legal Counsel - International Corporate Affairs The candidate will support the company by providing corporate legal advice, support, and assistance for the companys operations and entities in the Middle East, Africa, and DACH (Germany, Austria, and Switzerland). Will perform a full range of legal services and maintain a diverse and heavy caseload. Focus areas include intellectual property, computer law, corporate law, employment law, immigration law, international law, trade law, advertising law, tax law, contract management, regulatory compliance and reporting. Manage legal business matters pertaining to the company, regional offices and subsidiaries as assigned. Provide a variety of general corporate and/or commercial legal services to a number of in-house clients in a responsible and ethical manner. Conduct legal research. Review and prepare memoranda and other written guidance in order to advise the company on appropriate legal action. Prepare and review legal instruments and documents including, but not limited to contracts and government filings. May act as an advisor on legal issues involving the companys government and regulatory compliance. May conduct ethics and other employment related investigations. Provide legal counsel and oversight for basic to complex legal matters affecting the company. May lead contractual negotiations. Work on legal issues of moderate scope where analysis of situations or data requires a review of a variety of factors. Perform the duties of the job with general instructions on routine work and detailed instructions on new projects or assignments. Exercises excellent judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate action. Uses skills as an experienced legal professional with a full understanding of industry practices and company policies and procedures. Provides substantial expertise and detailed knowledge of the law for assigned area of responsibility. Works on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. Direct negotiation of complex agreements. Exercises judgment in selecting methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results. Networks with key contacts outside own area of expertise.

The candidate should have good knowledge of SAS approved legal positions and ability to apply those positions to solve problems and issues. Must have Juris Doctorate Degree from an accredited U.S. law school. Licensed to practice law by being admitted to and a member in good standing of one state Bar. Prior in-house corporate legal counsel experience is essential.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-03-01

Senior Corporate Counsel

Wilmington NC Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, review, interpret, revise and negotiate customer and vendor contracts, both domestically and internationally, that meet the professional and financial goals of ; Collaborate with various business functions in connection with driving deal negotiations; Provide strategic input to achieve business objectives, satisfy customer requirements, and manage risk; Demonstrate capabilities in anticipating legal issues, accepting and effectively resolving sensitive legal projects, and handling difficult situations diplomatically and independently; Provide legal advice and support for internal functions, particularly sales, but including professional services, human resources, marketing, finance, support and IT at all levels of the organization; Train employees on legal issues, best practices and Company policies; Provide leadership, development and strategic direction for other members of the legal team; Oversee and perform regular internal reviews of existing legacy contracts and ensure legal and policy compliance, instilling process improvements where necessary; Maintain and enforce the legal process to protect the Companys intellectual property; Engage withs technology and security teams to ensure compliance with data security and data privacy requirements enforced by various jurisdictions and customers; Revise, update and maintain standard form agreements. Must have 6-10 years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department of a technology company. Should have 4+ years experience in a law firm environment. Must have a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school and be a member in good standing of a state bar. Must have substantive expertise in intellectual property law and experience negotiating complex agreements, including SaaS subscriptions, with a strong attention to detail. Experience with SaaS, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, patents, mergers and acquisitions, and other legal issues related to the technology industry is required. Hard-working, well-organized, seasoned and balanced business judgment, able to handle a great deal of responsibility without substantial supervision, and able to manage multiple competing priorities under deadline pressure is required. Familiarity with the financial services industry and Salesforce.com is preferred. Previous in-house experience at a technology company with cloud solutions is preferred. Experience managing other attorneys and supervising support staff is preferred. International experience is preferred. Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2019-03-01

Legal Risk & Compliance - Corporate Counsel

Charlotte NC Legal Risk & Compliance - Corporate Counsel Duties: Drafting and negotiating customer/sales contracts and commercials contracts including vendor/service provider agreements; employment matters; corporate governance; M&A and capital transactions; cap table and option plan administration support; regulatory and compliance support; and litigation support.Additionally, you will advise management and support the group on all matters, present and future, impacting the company the group, as needed. Support Sales team to close new opportunities by negotiating non-standard agreements efficiently; communicate openly with Sales team on deal structure and contract negotiations. Draft, negotiate and manage business-to-business contracts and other commercial agreements, such as vendor and partner agreements; support our procurement function. Balance legal and business risk during negotiations. Primary contact for drafting and implementing new and updated agreement templates. Assist in the management of contract documentation flow, approvals, and reporting consistent with internal processes. Assist with the M&A process including pre-planning, execution and integration. Assist with debt and equity instruments and other corporate finance matters. Review and negotiate nondisclosure agreements (NDAs). Conduct training of personnel on various legal and compliance topics. Research, evaluate and advise management on recent or prospective changes in laws and regulation and risk mitigation strategies.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or equivalent required. JD Degree required from an accredited law school and a current active Bar license in at least 1+ state. 2-5 years of legal experience required; law firm experience or in-house experience with a fast moving, dynamic company with a corporate/transactional focus is preferred. Practical experience in commercial contracting and licensing (Saas); solid knowledge of commercial, contract and IP law and revenue recognition principles; knowledge of complex legal issues in technology contracts. Proficient in handling topics such as privacy, security, and data protection in the commercial contract context. Experience with M&A and capital (debt and equity) transactions. Familiarity with employment law and related matters is a plus. Ability to provide sound business advice to various teams throughout a fast-paced, fast-growing company. Ability to work cross functionally and build trust across the organization at all levels. Excellent analytical and critical-thinking skills. Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, at any level of an organization. Excellent organizational skills; highly detail-oriented. Ability to work independently and prioritize multiple, often competing deliverables while managing expectations and meeting deadlines. Proficient computer skills, Microsoft Office Suite (Word and Excel).
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2019-02-28

Senior Corporate Counsel - Acquisition Integration

Raleigh NC Senior Corporate Counsel - Acquisition Integration The candidate will be as a member of the Legal M&A Integration team, reporting to the Senior Director, Legal - Acquisition Integration. Will act as a representative of the Legal function in the planning and execution of acquisition integration and divestiture activities for acquired/divested companies and in aligning Legal resources with functional needs across company on a timely basis. For acquisitions, the successful candidate will help facilitate the use of acquisitions as a means for growing companys software, hosted and recurring revenue business models. The position will assist the Corporate Development Integration team in aligning acquired companies customer, partner and supplier business relationships with companys strategic goals. The position will work collaboratively and cross functionally to identify and resolve legal compliance, process and resource constraints affected by transaction value drivers. Assist in documenting legal dependencies to be included as part of companys corporate integration and divestiture methodologies. Act as the Legal representative for specific integration work streams. Participate in Operational and Legal Due Diligence for acquisitions, focusing on legal impediments to integration assumptions and plans. Participate in development of legal integration strategy for inbound and outbound contract migration. Partner with Business Unit attorneys, Contract Negotiators and Commodity Managers in executing that strategy. Assist in facilitating resolution of tactical merger integration and divestiture questions from throughout company. Coordinate with and advise Legal Integration Operations Function and broader cross functional Integration team leads. Work with Legal Acquisition Integration Lead and Corporate Development Integration team on improving integration and divestiture methodologies to account for Legal dependencies. Work with Legal Acquisition Integration Lead in defining, documenting and implementing processes for addressing recurring legal issues. will work as a member of the Legal Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) Integration team and the Legal M&A deal team to support the Corporate Development Integration function, the integration of newly acquired businesses and products into company as well as possible divestitures.

The candidate typically requires law degree and 8 years of experience as an attorney. Must have experience with the following: Direct experience negotiating complex business transactions. 2-3 years legal experience supporting company Sales, Channels and/or Business Units. Experience supporting integration efforts as part of an acquirer or target a plus. Direct experience negotiating complex business transactions in a high-tech, distribution or direct sales environment. Should have In-depth knowledge of commercial contracts and business law. The ability to read and understand complex contract provisions is required. Should have the ability to draft language for inclusion in legally binding contracts. Must be articulate, demonstrate superior communication, negotiation, people and organizational skills, and be comfortable and confident in dealing directly with all levels of management. Knowledge of networking, service providers or software industries is a strong plus.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-28
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In-House,Sapiens International Corporation
Location : Cary, NC, United States

Junior Attorney The candidate will join corporate legal department to work closely with senior attorneys to provide research, advice, and other legal assistance to the company. May also provide counsel to management within the company and coordinat... + read more

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Legal Risk & Compliance - Corporate Counsel
In-House,AvidXchange, Inc
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Contracts
Refer job# KRWW143099
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Contracts The candidate will be responsible for review, negotiation and documentation of contract matters related to firm and its affiliates, with an emphasis on food services in various educational facilities (e.g., universities, colleges, public and private high schools, etc.). Manage an array of general contractual matters. Position requires offering sound legal advice and counsel to Assistant General Counsel and internal clients on strategies, actions and decisions related to all such transactions. Must have 5+ years contract experience. Should have Bachelors and Juris Doctor Degrees required, as well as a state bar license. Familiarity with FAR and USDA regulations a plus. Outstanding oral and written communication skills required. Excellent problem-solving and strong presentation, analytical and drafting skills also required. Demonstrated ability in implementing and managing complex transactions is preferred. Must be a self-starter and have the ability to identify and to analyze thoroughly a diverse array of general contractual concerns and succinctly and effectively communicate conclusions to business management. Ability to interact with all levels of management, internally and externally, as well as with executive staff is essential. Should have the aptitude to work in high-paced, diverse and challenging environment.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ONOF143079
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will manage, in conjunction with Company staff, PPA, Offtake and REC review and negotiation processes. Manage legal aspects of transaction agreements and negotiations, including project acquisitions and sales. Oversee the legal aspects of Project Development agreements, including land, interconnection, permitting and title agreements. Review consulting services agreements, master services agreements, and other general corporate legal agreements as needed. Manage legal aspects of due diligence processes for selected transactions. Manage outside counsel as needed, review and negotiate engagement letters. Manage paralegals and offshore legal and paralegal staff as needed. Manage the legal aspects of negotiation and review of engineering, procurement and construction agreements and operations and maintenance agreements. Update standardized templates for Company representing best industry practices, and ensure consistent use of contracts among Company personnel. Must have JD degree. Should have 5+ years of experience negotiating PPA, EPC and related contracts for traditional or renewable energy projects, wind, solar, biomass etc. Should have strong work ethic and ability to self-start in a fast-paced environment. Must have strong project, process and organizational skills. Should have ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector
Refer job# EQHS143070
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector Responsibilities: In partnership with the sales leadership team, develop and maintain an effective process for establishing contracts with public sector customers. Develop and lead implementation of the U.S. strategy for complying with regulatory and contract requirements unique to sales to the government and Federal, State and Local levels, including coordination of compliance activities across multiple functions. Develop and oversee projects for continuous improvement in government contract compliance program. Provide legal advice to the bids and proposals team in charge of managing solicitations, bids, proposals, quotations, and un-solicited proposals. Be responsible to understand government/GSA Terms & Conditions , and any special requirements of solicitations. Analyze the company s government contracts to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal laws Assist in bid / no bid decisions. Work with sales engineering team and other department to review proposals to make sure the company is in compliance with regulations and contractual requirements. Act as the go-to, in-house legal expert for government contracts. Provide complete legal advice and service for the development of the Public Sector (State, Local and Federal) marketplace.

Qualifications: JD Degree with excellent academic credentials. Admission to a state Bar. 10+ years of related government contracting experience. Deep knowledge and understanding of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (the FAR) ancillary regulations issued by civilian and defense agencies or departments (e.g., GSA, NASA, DFARS etc.). A true team player with solid interpersonal skills working with peers, subject matter experts, and executives. Deep knowledge of state procurement laws and regulations, fundamental laws and principles including federal common law as applied to procurements. Experience analyzing and revising prime contracts, subcontracts, modifications, teaming agreements, consulting agreements, non-disclosure agreements and other contractual documents. Well-versed in Public Sector compliance matters, including lobbying, ethics laws and regulations (g. procurement integrity, organizational conflicts of interest, and the false claim allegations). Ability to build consensus, even for difficult or unpopular courses of action, necessitated by legal or regulatory requirements. Rigorous customer-oriented attitude, coupled with the ability to seamlessly integrate into a fluid and highly dynamic business environment. Proactive attitude, a willingness to immerse oneself in the issues of the business, and the ability to quickly become a valued contributor to the senior leadership teams. Demonstrated success working in a matrixed environment, cross-functionally with multiple stakeholders. Financial or business operations background is preferred. Government technical data rights and licensing knowledge is a plus. Contract claims and other dispute resolution methods experience is a plus. Successful track record with either a government contractor, the government, or military service is preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# LNET143032
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy The candidate assists with implementing and maintaining the organization's privacy program, including, training and awareness activities, advising and guiding implementation of process changes, maintenance of policies and procedures, and monitoring of privacy and data-related compliance and adherence to global privacy requirements and standards. Builds strategic relationships with key stakeholders across functions and regions to understand touchpoints for data management across the organization and to help problem-solve solutions for any compliance gaps. Enables deployment of a comprehensive privacy program, including documenting and maintaining internal policies and processes, including, processing activity logs under the GDPR, completing regulatory filings, drafting notices and contract templates on privacy and data related matters, and developing internal and external privacy program guidance summaries. Assists with implementation of compliance requirements related to the GDPR and other region/country-specific privacy requirements, data protection regulations, and data transfer restrictions or requirements. Participates in conducting periodic information privacy risk assessment/analysis, mitigation and remediation and works with functional teams to develop compliance strategies based on assessment outcomes. Drives vendor assessment processes for due diligence, contracting, and audit needs in partnership with legal, procurement, and security teams as needed. Delivers training and ongoing awareness and continuous improvement efforts related to data protection, privacy, and data hygiene. Participates in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of all business associates and business associate agreements to enforce company privacy program standards. Facilitates and actively promotes longer term enterprise projects to address appropriate maintenance and retention practices for company data, including personal data, and engages with business teams to drive internal adoption of new practices and ways of thinking about data. Maintains current knowledge of applicable global, federal and state privacy laws and accreditation standards. Conducts information privacy related research as needed and delivers concise, accurate, and supported recommendations. Must have Law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 3+ years of active practice focused in the areas of data privacy, technology law, or compliance; or 5+ years of legal practice and demonstrated experience working in industries or areas of focus requiring enhanced regulation of data and/or data practices (i.e. financial, healthcare, audit, human resources). Experience with data privacy regulatory requirements and/or in-house experience with technology companies strongly preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Commercial Lending Attorney
Refer job# BRTP142952
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Commercial Lending Attorney The candidate will consistently provide excellent advice and guidance to clients and colleagues, on a variety of legal matters. Will build trusting relationships that allow the business to make well-informed decisions. Support commercial lending in Banks Corporate and Commercial Banking groups. Duties include reviewing and structuring syndicated credit transactions and other lending transactions, and providing legal support and advice to the commercial lending business lines. Should have Law degree. Must be licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate state bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority. Should have 8-10 years of experience as an attorney. In-depth knowledge of bilateral and syndicated loan transactions is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NUDQ142805
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be working alongside business teams on high-touch engagements to close complex transactions with our resellers, including at least one key alliance partner. Must have 6-8 years of experience practicing law, including previous in-house experience in a transactional role representing technology companies. Direct experience negotiating complex partner/resale, SaaS, and licensing transactions is essential. Should have experience leading commercial deals and cross-functional projects from start to finish. Should have fierce organization and problem-solving skills. Must be proficient with basic US anti-trust law (e.g. price discrimination) and at least one global privacy framework (e.g. GDPR). Should have strong leadership skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Associate Legal Counsel - International Corporate Affairs
Refer job# DDHA142775
 
Senior Associate Legal Counsel - International Corporate Affairs The candidate will support the company by providing corporate legal advice, support, and assistance for the companys operations and entities in the Middle East, Africa, and DACH (Germany, Austria, and Switzerland). Will perform a full range of legal services and maintain a diverse and heavy caseload. Focus areas include intellectual property, computer law, corporate law, employment law, immigration law, international law, trade law, advertising law, tax law, contract management, regulatory compliance and reporting. Manage legal business matters pertaining to the company, regional offices and subsidiaries as assigned. Provide a variety of general corporate and/or commercial legal services to a number of in-house clients in a responsible and ethical manner. Conduct legal research. Review and prepare memoranda and other written guidance in order to advise the company on appropriate legal action. Prepare and review legal instruments and documents including, but not limited to contracts and government filings. May act as an advisor on legal issues involving the companys government and regulatory compliance. May conduct ethics and other employment related investigations. Provide legal counsel and oversight for basic to complex legal matters affecting the company. May lead contractual negotiations. Work on legal issues of moderate scope where analysis of situations or data requires a review of a variety of factors. Perform the duties of the job with general instructions on routine work and detailed instructions on new projects or assignments. Exercises excellent judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate action. Uses skills as an experienced legal professional with a full understanding of industry practices and company policies and procedures. Provides substantial expertise and detailed knowledge of the law for assigned area of responsibility. Works on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. Direct negotiation of complex agreements. Exercises judgment in selecting methods, techniques and evaluation criteria for obtaining results. Networks with key contacts outside own area of expertise.

The candidate should have good knowledge of SAS approved legal positions and ability to apply those positions to solve problems and issues. Must have Juris Doctorate Degree from an accredited U.S. law school. Licensed to practice law by being admitted to and a member in good standing of one state Bar. Prior in-house corporate legal counsel experience is essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VHRN142793
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, review, interpret, revise and negotiate customer and vendor contracts, both domestically and internationally, that meet the professional and financial goals of ; Collaborate with various business functions in connection with driving deal negotiations; Provide strategic input to achieve business objectives, satisfy customer requirements, and manage risk; Demonstrate capabilities in anticipating legal issues, accepting and effectively resolving sensitive legal projects, and handling difficult situations diplomatically and independently; Provide legal advice and support for internal functions, particularly sales, but including professional services, human resources, marketing, finance, support and IT at all levels of the organization; Train employees on legal issues, best practices and Company policies; Provide leadership, development and strategic direction for other members of the legal team; Oversee and perform regular internal reviews of existing legacy contracts and ensure legal and policy compliance, instilling process improvements where necessary; Maintain and enforce the legal process to protect the Companys intellectual property; Engage withs technology and security teams to ensure compliance with data security and data privacy requirements enforced by various jurisdictions and customers; Revise, update and maintain standard form agreements. Must have 6-10 years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department of a technology company. Should have 4+ years experience in a law firm environment. Must have a J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school and be a member in good standing of a state bar. Must have substantive expertise in intellectual property law and experience negotiating complex agreements, including SaaS subscriptions, with a strong attention to detail. Experience with SaaS, copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, patents, mergers and acquisitions, and other legal issues related to the technology industry is required. Hard-working, well-organized, seasoned and balanced business judgment, able to handle a great deal of responsibility without substantial supervision, and able to manage multiple competing priorities under deadline pressure is required. Familiarity with the financial services industry and Salesforce.com is preferred. Previous in-house experience at a technology company with cloud solutions is preferred. Experience managing other attorneys and supervising support staff is preferred. International experience is preferred.
 
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Legal Risk & Compliance - Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HNEZ142746
 
Legal Risk & Compliance - Corporate Counsel Duties: Drafting and negotiating customer/sales contracts and commercials contracts including vendor/service provider agreements; employment matters; corporate governance; M&A and capital transactions; cap table and option plan administration support; regulatory and compliance support; and litigation support.Additionally, you will advise management and support the group on all matters, present and future, impacting the company the group, as needed. Support Sales team to close new opportunities by negotiating non-standard agreements efficiently; communicate openly with Sales team on deal structure and contract negotiations. Draft, negotiate and manage business-to-business contracts and other commercial agreements, such as vendor and partner agreements; support our procurement function. Balance legal and business risk during negotiations. Primary contact for drafting and implementing new and updated agreement templates. Assist in the management of contract documentation flow, approvals, and reporting consistent with internal processes. Assist with the M&A process including pre-planning, execution and integration. Assist with debt and equity instruments and other corporate finance matters. Review and negotiate nondisclosure agreements (NDAs). Conduct training of personnel on various legal and compliance topics. Research, evaluate and advise management on recent or prospective changes in laws and regulation and risk mitigation strategies.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or equivalent required. JD Degree required from an accredited law school and a current active Bar license in at least 1+ state. 2-5 years of legal experience required; law firm experience or in-house experience with a fast moving, dynamic company with a corporate/transactional focus is preferred. Practical experience in commercial contracting and licensing (Saas); solid knowledge of commercial, contract and IP law and revenue recognition principles; knowledge of complex legal issues in technology contracts. Proficient in handling topics such as privacy, security, and data protection in the commercial contract context. Experience with M&A and capital (debt and equity) transactions. Familiarity with employment law and related matters is a plus. Ability to provide sound business advice to various teams throughout a fast-paced, fast-growing company. Ability to work cross functionally and build trust across the organization at all levels. Excellent analytical and critical-thinking skills. Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, at any level of an organization. Excellent organizational skills; highly detail-oriented. Ability to work independently and prioritize multiple, often competing deliverables while managing expectations and meeting deadlines. Proficient computer skills, Microsoft Office Suite (Word and Excel).
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Acquisition Integration
Refer job# ASJT142750
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Acquisition Integration The candidate will be as a member of the Legal M&A Integration team, reporting to the Senior Director, Legal - Acquisition Integration. Will act as a representative of the Legal function in the planning and execution of acquisition integration and divestiture activities for acquired/divested companies and in aligning Legal resources with functional needs across company on a timely basis. For acquisitions, the successful candidate will help facilitate the use of acquisitions as a means for growing companys software, hosted and recurring revenue business models. The position will assist the Corporate Development Integration team in aligning acquired companies customer, partner and supplier business relationships with companys strategic goals. The position will work collaboratively and cross functionally to identify and resolve legal compliance, process and resource constraints affected by transaction value drivers. Assist in documenting legal dependencies to be included as part of companys corporate integration and divestiture methodologies. Act as the Legal representative for specific integration work streams. Participate in Operational and Legal Due Diligence for acquisitions, focusing on legal impediments to integration assumptions and plans. Participate in development of legal integration strategy for inbound and outbound contract migration. Partner with Business Unit attorneys, Contract Negotiators and Commodity Managers in executing that strategy. Assist in facilitating resolution of tactical merger integration and divestiture questions from throughout company. Coordinate with and advise Legal Integration Operations Function and broader cross functional Integration team leads. Work with Legal Acquisition Integration Lead and Corporate Development Integration team on improving integration and divestiture methodologies to account for Legal dependencies. Work with Legal Acquisition Integration Lead in defining, documenting and implementing processes for addressing recurring legal issues. will work as a member of the Legal Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) Integration team and the Legal M&A deal team to support the Corporate Development Integration function, the integration of newly acquired businesses and products into company as well as possible divestitures.

The candidate typically requires law degree and 8 years of experience as an attorney. Must have experience with the following: Direct experience negotiating complex business transactions. 2-3 years legal experience supporting company Sales, Channels and/or Business Units. Experience supporting integration efforts as part of an acquirer or target a plus. Direct experience negotiating complex business transactions in a high-tech, distribution or direct sales environment. Should have In-depth knowledge of commercial contracts and business law. The ability to read and understand complex contract provisions is required. Should have the ability to draft language for inclusion in legally binding contracts. Must be articulate, demonstrate superior communication, negotiation, people and organizational skills, and be comfortable and confident in dealing directly with all levels of management. Knowledge of networking, service providers or software industries is a strong plus.
 
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