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Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel The candidate will work with business teams to advise on challenging legal issues related to development of cutting edge AI/ML technology. Responsibilities will include identifying legal risks and proposing mitigation strategies, negotiating strategic and technology licensing agreements, overseeing regulatory and contractual compliance, and analyzing and proposing policy positions around the world. Should have Strong academic credentials including a J.D. degree from a top law school and membership in one state bar. Must have 5 years of legal experience at a top national or international law firm, Experience and familiarity with technology is required. Experience with IP licensing and technology transactions, data privacy, cloud computing, or enterprise software is desired. should preferable have In-house experience at a technology company. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-14

Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel The candidate will be managing regulatory compliance for firm's retail businesses, including liaising with federal and state agencies on a variety of issues and products and developing and implementing long-term strategic planning. Will be providing day-to-day legal support to business teams and developing strategies for handling legal issues in creative, efficient, and business-centric ways. Helping business teams launch new features and product categories. Serving as lead counsel in drafting and negotiating commercial agreements. Resolving issues arising in existing commercial relationships, and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school and active membership in at least one State Bar. Must have 5+ years of legal experience as a transactional, litigation, or regulatory attorney. 2+ years of experience providing legal counsel and support for product compliance or similar regulatory matters is required. Prior experience with regulations applicable to the sale and distribution of products, particularly those relating to the health and safety of consumers is preferred. Prior federal or state regulator engagement experience is plus. Hands-on project management experience, including excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage a large number of projects is desired.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-10

Associate Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will directly advise digital music business on all aspects of the business, and in particular on music streaming subscription services. (Company Music Unlimited, Prime Music) and new initiatives. Will work as the lead counsel on strategic deals, providing day-to-day advice in a wide range of legal areas, notably content licensing, digital media, and regulatory compliance. Will take the lead in negotiating and drafting license and commercial agreements with external partners. JD and membership in at least one state bar. 2+ years of legal experience as a transactional legal counsel. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in media/entertainment, copyright, technology or commercial transactions is a plus. A mix of corporate law firm and in-house experience is a plus. Ability to demonstrate sound judgment in ambiguous situations. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-07

Senior Counsel, Corporate & Securities

Seattle WA Senior Counsel, Corporate & Securities The candidate will ensure compliance with securities laws, rules and regulations. Prepare and file Forms 8-K, 10-Q and 10-K, registration statements, proxy statements and all related filings. Lead preparation for the annual shareholders meeting. Maintain governance policies and practices, including corporate governance guidelines, committee charters and other governing documents; maintain the company's NASDAQ Board documentation. Advise members of senior management regarding securities and corporate governance activities. Review, advise and assist with filing/publishing quarterly earnings releases, investor presentations, quarterly and annual reports and other public communications. Advise on all executive compensation activities, maintain and update form equity award agreements and oversee section 16 officer filings and related-activities. Draft, negotiate or review non-disclosure agreements, asset and stock purchase/sale agreements, joint venture and partnership agreements and other strategic partnership-related documents. Oversee and coordinate due diligence activities. Provide risk-aware, actionable legal advice on M&A projects and initiatives. Coordinate and complete M&A-related filings (SEC, Nasdaq, HSR) and respond to relevant inquiries (FINRA). Collaborate with and provide support to other members of the legal team. Manage work of outside counsel and efficient and cost-effective support. Support the continuous improvement of legal processes to promote efficiency. Contribute positively to the culture of the legal team and the company as a whole. Due to the dynamic nature of the industry, the scope of your job may evolve and change by business demands.

The candidate should have Law Degree top tier U.S. law school. Should have 5-10 years of experience working in a top tier law firm and/or in-house legal department. Substantial experience managing securities, corporate governance and corporate finance matters at a large law firm or global public corporation. Deep familiarity and experience with SEC/Nasdaq rules and filings, FINRA, HSR and other M&A-related rules and regulations. Experience in supervising and coordinating outside legal counsel and other advisors. Experience and knowledge in risk management and evaluation. Prior experience providing legal counsel directly to business clients. Exceptional communicator with proven ability to facilitate discussions and issue resolution among key business leaders. Strong quantitative and qualitative analytic skills. Strong business acumen with a strong understanding of financial metrics and P&L fundamentals. Excited to work in a fast paced and intellectually challenging environment. Excellent analytical and organizational skills. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Ability to manage multiple projects at once, to synthesize information from multiple sources, and to follow through and meet deadlines. Have exceptional judgment with the ability to cope with competing priorities. Exceptional written and oral communication skills, including ability to brief and communicate complex issues in a succinct manner. Focused on pragmatic business advice and solutions. Professional and collaborative with the ability to build and maintain trusted relationships with stakeholders.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2020-11-06

Senior Corporate Counsel - Technology Transactions and Product Development

Bellevue WA Senior Corporate Counsel - Technology Transactions and Product Development Responsibilities: Structure, draft, negotiate, and interpret critical contracts, including: development agreements, hardware manufacture and supply agreements, services agreements (including outsourcing, cloud service, SaaS software as a service, software licensing, managed services, and infrastructure as a service), software/technology licenses, and general product and service procurement agreements. Advise senior business executives and their teams on legal issues related to consumer and commercial product development and IT procurement, including intellectual property, import/export regulations, privacy and data use, consumer protection, product liability, etc. Develop an understanding of business goals and the technology necessary to achieve them. Meet with developers, engineers, product managers, and business executives on a regular basis to conduct legal reviews of business and product development activities. Collaborate with peers and leaders in legal department and other business departments to ensure project and deal outcomes align with priorities, support company goals, comply with legal requirements, and adequately mitigate enterprise risk. Field a wide range of issues related to product support (development, launch, maintenance, incident response, dispute resolution product enhancements, etc.). Serve as primary liaison between technology and commercial leadership and Legal leadership. Build scalable and effective processes for legal review and launch of consumer products.

Qualifications: A U.S. law degree and admission to at least one state bar required. Must have 5+ years of experience structuring and drafting complex technical and commercial deals. Outstanding organizational, analytical, organization and communication skills with a strong record of effective cross-group collaboration. Demonstrated ability to recognize and weigh business and legal risks, think strategically and advance creative, practical solutions in the face of ambiguity and imperfect information. Client-oriented with a high comfort level working with demanding clients. Excellent business judgment, and a proven ability to juggle multiple competing priorities. Ability spot errors in this job description and thrive in a fast-paced environment. Motivated to build a deep and broad knowledge of T-Mobile's of wireless products and services. Flexible; able to adapt to rapidly changing circumstances. Experience working in-house combined with prior law firm experience is desired, ideally working on commercial transactional, corporate, or regulatory aspects of product development in the technology space (hardware and software). Experience in industries with complex supply chains, including negotiating with OEMs/ODMs. Experience or familiarity with app distribution channel developer terms. Strong understanding of technology and digital commerce law, and intellectual property. Familiarity with cloud computing, AI, SAAS, managed service, software licensing, hardware, professional service contracting. Experience in telecom or other regulated industry. Experience working with procurement, supply chain, and/or other non-legal contract management organizations. Experience in complex commercial transactions, securities, or M&A a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-04

Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel Duties: Will be a key member of the Web Services team, supporting Services business as we procure and build data center equipment and technology that provide the backbone to customer-facing services. Serve as the primary attorney for key hardware infrastructure engineering and supply chain & procurement teams, and partner with these teams to develop, procure, manufacture, and deploy cloud infrastructure technologies worldwide. Will counsel internal business clients, structure, draft and negotiate agreements, and manage outside counsel on matters and issues across the hardware development and supply chain & procurement spectrum. Will require the formulation and implementation of process-oriented improvements, administration and resolution of legal issues that arise in existing commercial relationships, and handling of pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries.

Qualifications: JD Degree and membership in one state bar. 5+ years of legal experience (with 2+ years at a law firm or in-house government/military legal environment). PREFERRED: 6+ years of relevant legal experience. In-house experience in a technology company is a plus. Support for global supply chain and procurement. Must be enthusiastic, and enjoy working hard, being challenged, and working in a team-oriented environment. Must also demonstrate the ability to work cross functionally with numerous other teams to meet the objectives of the business.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-02

Corporate Counsel, Privacy

Bellevue WA Corporate Counsel, Privacy The candidate will be a resident expert and resource on issues related to M&A privacy and data protection. Evaluate the risks posed by the privacy and data security practices of acquisition targets in light of company's compliance obligations, internal policies, and business strategies; lead diligence; communicate findings clearly and effectively to internal stakeholders at the highest levels of the company; and assist in negotiating legal protections to address identified risks. Develop and improve privacy-related acquisition processes and training materials; deliver training and communications relating to M&A privacy issues and legal developments to the Privacy team. Assist product counsel to evaluate risks associated with licensing and regulatory issues. On an as-needed basis, assist with integration of acquired companies with insights from the relevant transaction. Partner with members of the legal, corporate development, product, security, and other teams to help ensure company's compliance with applicable laws, regulations and customer contracts. Should have Undergraduate degree and J.D. degree. Must have 4+ years of combined experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department, with 2+ years of experience working on privacy and data protection. Should have expertise in the privacy laws of the US and Europe; familiarity with product counseling issues. Must have excellent written/oral communication, presentation, and negotiation skills. Certified Information Privacy Professional preferred. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-10-29

Corporate Counsel, Privacy

Bellevue WA Corporate Counsel, Privacy The candidate will be a resident expert and resource on issues related to M&A privacy and data protection. Evaluate the risks posed by the privacy and data security practices of acquisition targets in light of company's compliance obligations, internal policies, and business strategies; lead diligence; communicate findings clearly and effectively to internal stakeholders at the highest levels of the company; and assist in negotiating legal protections to address identified risks. Develop and improve privacy-related acquisition processes and training materials; deliver training and communications relating to M&A privacy issues and legal developments to the Privacy team. Assist product counsel to evaluate risks associated with licensing and regulatory issues. On an as-needed basis, assist with integration of acquired companies with insights from the relevant transaction. Partner with members of the legal, corporate development, product, security, and other teams to help ensure company's compliance with applicable laws, regulations and customer contracts. Should have Undergraduate degree and J.D. degree. Must have 4+ years of combined experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department, with 2+ years of experience working on privacy and data protection. Should have expertise in the privacy laws of the US and Europe; familiarity with product counseling issues. Must have excellent written/oral communication, presentation, and negotiation skills. Certified Information Privacy Professional preferred. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-10-29

Associate General Counsel/Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Associate General Counsel/Corporate Counsel Duties: Manage all legal matters for the company and its affiliates. Collaborate with business partners throughout the organization to provide practical solutions to legal issues and risk management discussions. Oversee, negotiate, review and implement all contracts and statements for the company Support clinical, product development, regulatory, medical affairs, and other clients on privacy and data use. Manage potential external disputes and litigation. Support the operation of board committees in cooperation with other members of the Executive Team. Manage Legal function quality and budget while selecting, evaluating, and managing outside legal counsel and expert advisors as needed.

Qualifications: A United States law degree (JD Degree) with Bar admission Relevant legal experience at a law firm with a nationally-recognized FDA/Life Sciences practice or in a pharmaceutical or biotechnology company's law department Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license agreements, employment law, immigration law, data privacy, risk management asset-backed financing, and contract management. Experience in trade secrets and SEC reporting. Prior in-house legal experience at post-IPO start-up biopharma organization is strongly preferred. Excellent oral and written communications skills. Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with senior business leaders and other professionals and colleagues at all levels of an organization while utilizing excellent business and legal judgment in complex situations. Strong, pragmatic business acumen with the ability to anticipate and estimate risks strategically, be adaptable and flexible in approach to successfully manage conflicting priorities while meeting scheduled deadlines, and thrive in a fast paced, dynamic and high energy environment.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-10-29

Corporate Counsel

Bellevue WA Corporate Counsel Duties: Field and respond to inquiries from a variety of our teams regarding legal processes. Research and present results to the legal team and leadership on subject matter relevant to different legal issues, including those related to commercial, employment, corporate, and intellectual property practice areas. Work with our teams to negotiate and draft commercial engagement agreements, including for transactions with customers, vendors, and partners. Help support the marketing and people and culture teams by serving as a primary contact for their legal requests. Help develop department resources, including through organizing and filing department-specific requests. Provide practical business counsel and legal advice to internal department leaders, and participate in direct communications with external parties. Partner with company stakeholders to gather information and approvals necessary for legal matters. Work with all members of the legal team across global office locations, including attorney and non-attorney personnel. Provide thought and analysis on internal team projects, including in the course of improving workflows for intake and approval of department specific request types. Support general business operations and complete special projects as requested.

Qualifications: 2+ years of relevant legal experience as a practicing attorney (prior in-house experience preferred). Willingness to learn and develop expertise in multiple legal practice areas. Experience recommending practical solutions that balance legal and business risks. Disposition to uphold our business standards and risk tolerance and recommend practical solutions respecting such standards and tolerance. Experience developing partnerships with other members of the legal team and members of other teams. Juris Doctor from accredited law school and an active member of the Washington State bar.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-10-29
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Vice President, Corporate Counsel
In-House,Assurance
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Vice President, Corporate Counsel Duties: Handle a wide array of legal responsibilities in supporting the continued growth and expansion of direct-to-consumer insurance platform, which uses advanced data science and licensed agents to identify perso... + read more

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Counsel, M&a, Licensing & Open Source
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZXOM153247
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will work with business teams to advise on challenging legal issues related to development of cutting edge AI/ML technology. Responsibilities will include identifying legal risks and proposing mitigation strategies, negotiating strategic and technology licensing agreements, overseeing regulatory and contractual compliance, and analyzing and proposing policy positions around the world. Should have Strong academic credentials including a J.D. degree from a top law school and membership in one state bar. Must have 5 years of legal experience at a top national or international law firm, Experience and familiarity with technology is required. Experience with IP licensing and technology transactions, data privacy, cloud computing, or enterprise software is desired. should preferable have In-house experience at a technology company.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# QKLF153151
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be managing regulatory compliance for firm's retail businesses, including liaising with federal and state agencies on a variety of issues and products and developing and implementing long-term strategic planning. Will be providing day-to-day legal support to business teams and developing strategies for handling legal issues in creative, efficient, and business-centric ways. Helping business teams launch new features and product categories. Serving as lead counsel in drafting and negotiating commercial agreements. Resolving issues arising in existing commercial relationships, and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school and active membership in at least one State Bar. Must have 5+ years of legal experience as a transactional, litigation, or regulatory attorney. 2+ years of experience providing legal counsel and support for product compliance or similar regulatory matters is required. Prior experience with regulations applicable to the sale and distribution of products, particularly those relating to the health and safety of consumers is preferred. Prior federal or state regulator engagement experience is plus. Hands-on project management experience, including excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage a large number of projects is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# GEST153064
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will directly advise digital music business on all aspects of the business, and in particular on music streaming subscription services. (Company Music Unlimited, Prime Music) and new initiatives. Will work as the lead counsel on strategic deals, providing day-to-day advice in a wide range of legal areas, notably content licensing, digital media, and regulatory compliance. Will take the lead in negotiating and drafting license and commercial agreements with external partners. JD and membership in at least one state bar. 2+ years of legal experience as a transactional legal counsel. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in media/entertainment, copyright, technology or commercial transactions is a plus. A mix of corporate law firm and in-house experience is a plus. Ability to demonstrate sound judgment in ambiguous situations. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Counsel, Corporate & Securities
Refer job# RVTO153055
 
Senior Counsel, Corporate & Securities The candidate will ensure compliance with securities laws, rules and regulations. Prepare and file Forms 8-K, 10-Q and 10-K, registration statements, proxy statements and all related filings. Lead preparation for the annual shareholders meeting. Maintain governance policies and practices, including corporate governance guidelines, committee charters and other governing documents; maintain the company's NASDAQ Board documentation. Advise members of senior management regarding securities and corporate governance activities. Review, advise and assist with filing/publishing quarterly earnings releases, investor presentations, quarterly and annual reports and other public communications. Advise on all executive compensation activities, maintain and update form equity award agreements and oversee section 16 officer filings and related-activities. Draft, negotiate or review non-disclosure agreements, asset and stock purchase/sale agreements, joint venture and partnership agreements and other strategic partnership-related documents. Oversee and coordinate due diligence activities. Provide risk-aware, actionable legal advice on M&A projects and initiatives. Coordinate and complete M&A-related filings (SEC, Nasdaq, HSR) and respond to relevant inquiries (FINRA). Collaborate with and provide support to other members of the legal team. Manage work of outside counsel and efficient and cost-effective support. Support the continuous improvement of legal processes to promote efficiency. Contribute positively to the culture of the legal team and the company as a whole. Due to the dynamic nature of the industry, the scope of your job may evolve and change by business demands.

The candidate should have Law Degree top tier U.S. law school. Should have 5-10 years of experience working in a top tier law firm and/or in-house legal department. Substantial experience managing securities, corporate governance and corporate finance matters at a large law firm or global public corporation. Deep familiarity and experience with SEC/Nasdaq rules and filings, FINRA, HSR and other M&A-related rules and regulations. Experience in supervising and coordinating outside legal counsel and other advisors. Experience and knowledge in risk management and evaluation. Prior experience providing legal counsel directly to business clients. Exceptional communicator with proven ability to facilitate discussions and issue resolution among key business leaders. Strong quantitative and qualitative analytic skills. Strong business acumen with a strong understanding of financial metrics and P&L fundamentals. Excited to work in a fast paced and intellectually challenging environment. Excellent analytical and organizational skills. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision. Ability to manage multiple projects at once, to synthesize information from multiple sources, and to follow through and meet deadlines. Have exceptional judgment with the ability to cope with competing priorities. Exceptional written and oral communication skills, including ability to brief and communicate complex issues in a succinct manner. Focused on pragmatic business advice and solutions. Professional and collaborative with the ability to build and maintain trusted relationships with stakeholders.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Technology Transactions and Product Development
Refer job# GFMY152998
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Technology Transactions and Product Development Responsibilities: Structure, draft, negotiate, and interpret critical contracts, including: development agreements, hardware manufacture and supply agreements, services agreements (including outsourcing, cloud service, SaaS software as a service, software licensing, managed services, and infrastructure as a service), software/technology licenses, and general product and service procurement agreements. Advise senior business executives and their teams on legal issues related to consumer and commercial product development and IT procurement, including intellectual property, import/export regulations, privacy and data use, consumer protection, product liability, etc. Develop an understanding of business goals and the technology necessary to achieve them. Meet with developers, engineers, product managers, and business executives on a regular basis to conduct legal reviews of business and product development activities. Collaborate with peers and leaders in legal department and other business departments to ensure project and deal outcomes align with priorities, support company goals, comply with legal requirements, and adequately mitigate enterprise risk. Field a wide range of issues related to product support (development, launch, maintenance, incident response, dispute resolution product enhancements, etc.). Serve as primary liaison between technology and commercial leadership and Legal leadership. Build scalable and effective processes for legal review and launch of consumer products.

Qualifications: A U.S. law degree and admission to at least one state bar required. Must have 5+ years of experience structuring and drafting complex technical and commercial deals. Outstanding organizational, analytical, organization and communication skills with a strong record of effective cross-group collaboration. Demonstrated ability to recognize and weigh business and legal risks, think strategically and advance creative, practical solutions in the face of ambiguity and imperfect information. Client-oriented with a high comfort level working with demanding clients. Excellent business judgment, and a proven ability to juggle multiple competing priorities. Ability spot errors in this job description and thrive in a fast-paced environment. Motivated to build a deep and broad knowledge of T-Mobile's of wireless products and services. Flexible; able to adapt to rapidly changing circumstances. Experience working in-house combined with prior law firm experience is desired, ideally working on commercial transactional, corporate, or regulatory aspects of product development in the technology space (hardware and software). Experience in industries with complex supply chains, including negotiating with OEMs/ODMs. Experience or familiarity with app distribution channel developer terms. Strong understanding of technology and digital commerce law, and intellectual property. Familiarity with cloud computing, AI, SAAS, managed service, software licensing, hardware, professional service contracting. Experience in telecom or other regulated industry. Experience working with procurement, supply chain, and/or other non-legal contract management organizations. Experience in complex commercial transactions, securities, or M&A a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NVCV152993
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Will be a key member of the Web Services team, supporting Services business as we procure and build data center equipment and technology that provide the backbone to customer-facing services. Serve as the primary attorney for key hardware infrastructure engineering and supply chain & procurement teams, and partner with these teams to develop, procure, manufacture, and deploy cloud infrastructure technologies worldwide. Will counsel internal business clients, structure, draft and negotiate agreements, and manage outside counsel on matters and issues across the hardware development and supply chain & procurement spectrum. Will require the formulation and implementation of process-oriented improvements, administration and resolution of legal issues that arise in existing commercial relationships, and handling of pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries.

Qualifications: JD Degree and membership in one state bar. 5+ years of legal experience (with 2+ years at a law firm or in-house government/military legal environment). PREFERRED: 6+ years of relevant legal experience. In-house experience in a technology company is a plus. Support for global supply chain and procurement. Must be enthusiastic, and enjoy working hard, being challenged, and working in a team-oriented environment. Must also demonstrate the ability to work cross functionally with numerous other teams to meet the objectives of the business.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# NYFU152830
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy The candidate will be a resident expert and resource on issues related to M&A privacy and data protection. Evaluate the risks posed by the privacy and data security practices of acquisition targets in light of company's compliance obligations, internal policies, and business strategies; lead diligence; communicate findings clearly and effectively to internal stakeholders at the highest levels of the company; and assist in negotiating legal protections to address identified risks. Develop and improve privacy-related acquisition processes and training materials; deliver training and communications relating to M&A privacy issues and legal developments to the Privacy team. Assist product counsel to evaluate risks associated with licensing and regulatory issues. On an as-needed basis, assist with integration of acquired companies with insights from the relevant transaction. Partner with members of the legal, corporate development, product, security, and other teams to help ensure company's compliance with applicable laws, regulations and customer contracts. Should have Undergraduate degree and J.D. degree. Must have 4+ years of combined experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department, with 2+ years of experience working on privacy and data protection. Should have expertise in the privacy laws of the US and Europe; familiarity with product counseling issues. Must have excellent written/oral communication, presentation, and negotiation skills. Certified Information Privacy Professional preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# NTBA152837
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy The candidate will be a resident expert and resource on issues related to M&A privacy and data protection. Evaluate the risks posed by the privacy and data security practices of acquisition targets in light of company's compliance obligations, internal policies, and business strategies; lead diligence; communicate findings clearly and effectively to internal stakeholders at the highest levels of the company; and assist in negotiating legal protections to address identified risks. Develop and improve privacy-related acquisition processes and training materials; deliver training and communications relating to M&A privacy issues and legal developments to the Privacy team. Assist product counsel to evaluate risks associated with licensing and regulatory issues. On an as-needed basis, assist with integration of acquired companies with insights from the relevant transaction. Partner with members of the legal, corporate development, product, security, and other teams to help ensure company's compliance with applicable laws, regulations and customer contracts. Should have Undergraduate degree and J.D. degree. Must have 4+ years of combined experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department, with 2+ years of experience working on privacy and data protection. Should have expertise in the privacy laws of the US and Europe; familiarity with product counseling issues. Must have excellent written/oral communication, presentation, and negotiation skills. Certified Information Privacy Professional preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel/Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NGMM152873
 
Associate General Counsel/Corporate Counsel Duties: Manage all legal matters for the company and its affiliates. Collaborate with business partners throughout the organization to provide practical solutions to legal issues and risk management discussions. Oversee, negotiate, review and implement all contracts and statements for the company Support clinical, product development, regulatory, medical affairs, and other clients on privacy and data use. Manage potential external disputes and litigation. Support the operation of board committees in cooperation with other members of the Executive Team. Manage Legal function quality and budget while selecting, evaluating, and managing outside legal counsel and expert advisors as needed.

Qualifications: A United States law degree (JD Degree) with Bar admission Relevant legal experience at a law firm with a nationally-recognized FDA/Life Sciences practice or in a pharmaceutical or biotechnology company's law department Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, drafting transactional documents, license agreements, employment law, immigration law, data privacy, risk management asset-backed financing, and contract management. Experience in trade secrets and SEC reporting. Prior in-house legal experience at post-IPO start-up biopharma organization is strongly preferred. Excellent oral and written communications skills. Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with senior business leaders and other professionals and colleagues at all levels of an organization while utilizing excellent business and legal judgment in complex situations. Strong, pragmatic business acumen with the ability to anticipate and estimate risks strategically, be adaptable and flexible in approach to successfully manage conflicting priorities while meeting scheduled deadlines, and thrive in a fast paced, dynamic and high energy environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KYIR152914
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Field and respond to inquiries from a variety of our teams regarding legal processes. Research and present results to the legal team and leadership on subject matter relevant to different legal issues, including those related to commercial, employment, corporate, and intellectual property practice areas. Work with our teams to negotiate and draft commercial engagement agreements, including for transactions with customers, vendors, and partners. Help support the marketing and people and culture teams by serving as a primary contact for their legal requests. Help develop department resources, including through organizing and filing department-specific requests. Provide practical business counsel and legal advice to internal department leaders, and participate in direct communications with external parties. Partner with company stakeholders to gather information and approvals necessary for legal matters. Work with all members of the legal team across global office locations, including attorney and non-attorney personnel. Provide thought and analysis on internal team projects, including in the course of improving workflows for intake and approval of department specific request types. Support general business operations and complete special projects as requested.

Qualifications: 2+ years of relevant legal experience as a practicing attorney (prior in-house experience preferred). Willingness to learn and develop expertise in multiple legal practice areas. Experience recommending practical solutions that balance legal and business risks. Disposition to uphold our business standards and risk tolerance and recommend practical solutions respecting such standards and tolerance. Experience developing partnerships with other members of the legal team and members of other teams. Juris Doctor from accredited law school and an active member of the Washington State bar.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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