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Corporate Counsel

West Hollywood CA Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft, revise and negotiate various commercial agreements, including SaaS, technology, payments, analytics, research, licensing, development, product integration, and other general vendor and operations agreements. Build trusted cross-functional relationships with and provide practical and solution-oriented day-to-day commercial legal advice and product counsel to Tinder's product, design and engineering teams from initial stages of product development through launch and commercialization. Develop a deep understanding of technology and tech stacks and provide practical and innovative counsel to support feature and product launches along with the engagement and implementation of key vendors. Help manage the evolution and implementation of the company's Terms of Use, content policies, disclosures, FAQs and other user-facing legal policies and resources. Advise and manage workflow process improvement, playbook development, client training, and template use to address the evolving needs of a growing organization. Assist in administration of corporate policies and procedures, such as vendor security, privacy compliance, and contract approval, along with helping with implementing compliance obligations across the board and providing litigation support as needed. Work with internal counsel to establish, maintain and protect Match Group's global trademark and general IP portfolio.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited law school and admission (or in-house eligibility) to practice law in California. 4 years of experience, with a top law firm and in-house legal department experience preferred. Experience with drafting and negotiating a range of commercial contracts, including SaaS and other tech contracts. Excellent business communication and analytical skills, as well as impeccable attention to detail and a strong sense of ownership and accountability. Possess a strong desire to learn the business and new areas of law and have a natural ease in working cross-functionally as a practical-minded legal partner to business teams. Strong commercial contracts experience but less product counseling experience are still highly encouraged to apply; this is a great opportunity to learn deeper product counseling on the job.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-27

Senior Counsel, Corporate And Business Development

San Diego CA Senior Counsel, Corporate and Business Development Responsibilities: Lead drafting and negotiations, structuring and counseling on transactions (including mergers and acquisitions, strategic equity investments, strategic divestitures, global licenses, collaborations and partnerships and other transactions). Identify and resolve critical legal issues and identify and help resolve critical business issues arising from transactions. Oversee and manage the legal due diligence process. Partner with Corporate Development and Business Development clients to ensure strategic alignment in all transactions, escalating matters as appropriate with the judgment to understand when escalation is necessary. Manage business relationships and counsel business clients across a broad sphere of influence, internally and externally, on transaction and strategic issues pertaining to strategic alliance partnerships and collaborations. Contribute to the on-going development of a high-performance transactions legal team and cultivate a highly collaborative culture with effective relationships with peers in the legal department as well as other key functions. As appropriate, manage and organize antitrust approvals and negotiations with antitrust authorities and regulators. Demonstrate a service-oriented approach to advising internal client groups. Demonstrate full commitment to mission and values.

Qualifications: Law degree from recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license. Required years of legal M&A, Licensing and/or Collaboration Transactional experience within Life Sciences: Sr. Director - 8 - 9 years / Director - 7 years minimum. Experience drafting and negotiating complex transaction agreements. Experience in bio-pharmaceutical or life-sciences industry transactions preferred. Understanding of bio-pharmaceutical/life-sciences industry. Has excellent interpersonal skills and can successfully manage internal client expectations and can work/operate well with a variety of personalities/capabilities in cross-functional teams, matrix environment. Creative, thoughtful and practical problem-solving skills. Must have high integrity, ability to assess risk, ability to make decisions and think strategically while applying knowledge of applicable legal issues. Listens to internal client needs and communicates with clients with confidence and diplomacy. Excellent verbal and writing skills and business judgment are required. Ability to communicate effectively with management and senior management personnel. Ability to train and develop the other members of the team. Ability to work independently, effectively and efficiently and perform against broad objectives. Possess strong work ethic. Around the world, we are passionate about making an impact on the lives of patients with serious diseases.
Legal 8 - 9 Full-time 2022-07-27

Corporate Counsel

Santa Monica CA Corporate Counsel, AWS Legal The candidate should have experience providing legal counseling for incident response, policy generation, compliance, audit defense, artifact generation, and other security/risk management efforts. Should have 8+ years of cybersecurity or related regulatory and litigation experience with law firms, corporations, and/or government agencies. Juris Doctor (JD) and membership in good standing in at least one state bar are required. Understanding of cloud computing architecture and related technologies. Should have the ability to manage a large number and variety of mission-critical projects, working independently and often in ambiguous environments; sound and practical business judgment as well as common sense; highest standards of ethics and professional integrity; exceptional written and verbal communication skills; demonstrated proficiency in working closely with and advising senior executives of an organization. Hands-on experience interacting directly with auditors and/or regulators; Active TS/SCI clearance. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-27

Antitrust Counsel Corporate

San Francisco CA Antitrust Counsel Corporate The candidate must possess excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills, the ability to collaborate and work with global stakeholders, and strong analytical, organizational, and multitasking skills. Responding to regulatory investigations, market inquiries, subpoenas, etc. Commercial relationships (partnerships, strategic ventures, acquisitions, investments), and Training and other antitrust projects, as needed. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-27

Principal Counsel, Corporate Affairs

Los Angeles CA Principal Counsel, Corporate Affairs The candidate will report to the General Counsel and provide direct support to the Chief Financial Officer, General Counsel, and other internal and external partners in connection with due diligence, merger and acquisition activities, and corporate governance. Partner with the VP, Tax, Treasury and Insurance, and in-house and outside counsel regarding the formation, structure, and dissolution of all domestic and international corporate entities. Develop, maintain and implement processes, procedures and best practices related to all M&A, corporate governance, and corporate entity activities. Should have a J.D. degree from a top tier law school and be a member in good standing in CA or other jurisdictions in the United States. Should have 6+ years of experience in a law firm or corporation managing due diligence, corporate entity formation and dissolution, and corporate governance. The ability to supervise and set strategy in connection with all aspects of M&A transactions, including drafting and reviewing acquisition agreements and other documentation utilized in complex M&A and private equity transactions. Knowledge of the tax/accounting issues, both US and international, of a complex organization's intra-group entity reorganization activities, as well as the ability to manage external legal service providers handling such matters. The ability to provide strategic advice on and draft any necessary agreements in connection with legal entity reductions regardless of the level of ongoing acquisitions. Strong history of performance in demanding, high-growth environments. Strong organizational, project management, and execution skills with a collaborative and flexible approach when partnering cross functionally with others. Willingness/ability to work across time zones (primarily US & EMEA). Excellent analytical and problem-solving capabilities, sometimes in the face of unknowns. Ability to manage and prioritize competing priorities in a fast-paced and high-volume environment without sacrificing quality, attention to detail, accuracy or timeliness. A high energy level and positive demeanor when communicating internally and externally. Ability to travel domestically or internationally up to 25%. Experience or familiarity with SaaS businesses preferred. Experience working for a portfolio company of a private equity firm a bonus. Demonstrated commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment. Consideration for privacy and security obligations. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-26

Senior Counsel, Corporate

San Francisco CA Senior Counsel, Corporate The candidate will prepare public company SEC reporting including'34 Act filings like the 10-K, 10-Q, proxy statement, Section 16 reports/filings, 8-K and strong SEC disclosure drafting skills. Assist with Environmental, Social and Governance matters and reporting initiatives. Provide legal and compliance support on all securities and corporate finance related matters. Partner with the accounting, finance and investor relations departments to ensure compliance with all SEC regulations. Prepare and review board and committee materials and advise on all other board related matters. Support all governance / compliance policies and procedures, including updates to such policies and procedures, particularly handling Insider Trading Policy and assisting with preclearance requests. Work collaboratively to prioritize business objectives and manage the corporate aspects of being a fast-growing company. Provide support for other projects, including working on a range of complex equity and securities issues. Should have 6+ years of experience, including experience at a nationally recognized law firm and significant work in a corporate & securities practice. Licensed and in good standing with a state bar. In-house experience is preferred. Experience with M&A and strategic partnerships are needed. Experience with international expansion relating to subsidiary management, including international corporate governance, international registration, and management of subsidiary entities are needed. Deep knowledge of SEC and NYSE rules and regulations are needed. Outstanding oral and written communication skills, and a strong attention to detail. Should have the ability to effectively weigh risks against business objectives and develop creative solutions to complex problems. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to form relationships with key partners are needed. High personal standards of excellence and ethics, as well as the ability to act with discretion, strict confidentiality, and sensitivity towards issues and individuals are needed. Public-company experience, including familiarity with public-company board and governance matters are essential. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-26

Associate General Counsel - Sec Reporting, Corporate Transactions And Corporate Law

Fremont CA Associate General Counsel - Sec Reporting, Corporate Transactions, And Corporate Law Duties: The candidate will advise on corporate finance and securities law matters, including preparing SEC filings such as Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and S-8, Proxy Statements, and Section 16 reports. Assist with the preparation and planning for the annual meeting of shareholders. Work with internal teams to draft and review earnings releases, press releases, and shareholder and investor communications, particularly for compliance with applicable securities laws. Monitor and analyze regulatory developments and best practices in the securities and corporate governance arenas and drive change and education within the company. Advice on equity, executive compensation, and stock administration matters. Support capital markets transactions including debt offerings, credit agreements, and other treasury?related matters. Provide advice and counsel on general corporate and corporate governance matters. Manage and lead teams of lawyers, paralegals, and other professionals, with the ability to attract, develop and retain talent and help us grow the best team.

Qualifications: The candidate should have experience as a people manager. Bar admission is in good standing, with a preference for admission in California, Colorado, or Minnesota. Ability to develop legal strategies, foster teamwork, and collaboration, and drive results. Ability to operate within a budget and work creatively to manage costs and maximize efficiency. Organized, hard-working, and highly professional, with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment, manage numerous projects simultaneously without compromising attention to detail, and exercise sound judgment. Ability to communicate professionally and effectively, write clearly and concisely, and manage tasks to the deadline. Ability and desire to help the team live our company values of Integrity, Inclusion, and Innovation. Confidence to present in front of company executives. Excellent written and oral communication skills and a team-oriented approach. Strong substantive experience with SEC reporting ( 33 and 34 Act) and securities laws, preferably from a combination of top-tier law firm and public company in-house work. Deep knowledge of corporate law, corporate governance standards, and trends. Capital markets experience. Familiarity with equity compensation plans and executive compensation.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-25

Corporate Securities Counsel

Foster City CA Corporate Securities Counsel The candidate will lead the preparation and coordination of various periodic report filings pursuant to the 34 Act, including Form 10-Ks, 10-Qs, Form 8-Ks, and proxy statements. Advice on all corporate disclosure matters and compliance with relevant securities laws, SEC reporting, and compliance rules and regulations. Effectively manage external corporate securities counsel. Monitor and assess potential impacts of new and proposed securities laws, corporate governance developments, and trends. Collaborate cross-functionally to identify and craft appropriate disclosures. Grow with the company's needs, which may involve offering legal support across a broad range of topics, including contracts with third parties, diligence efforts, supporting strategic partnering collaborations, and employment matters. Provide strategic, practical advice to finance, accounting, human resources, and investor relations. Help develop, implement, and continuously improve company processes and procedures.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school and 3+ years of experience as a corporate securities attorney working in a large law firm and/or in-house. Experience and comfort in drafting SEC filings and transaction agreements. Representation of public companies on periodic securities filings, governance issues, and Board support. Must have a flexible mindset, strong business judgment, and capable of understanding complex topics and finding streamlined solutions to legal and business problems. Must be a self-starter with excellent follow-through and ability to prioritize responsibilities, accountable, dependable, and self-motivated. Must have the ability to work independently and apply good business and legal judgment in assessing compliance issues. Aptitude for maintaining strong working cross-functional relationships. Must have understood securities principles and their impact on the business. Communication and Influence, and strong communication skills. Must have a track record of conducting a careful and thoughtful analysis of complex legal and business agreements and the ability to weigh and articulate the risk and reward of various scenarios in a business-friendly manner. Must have well-developed organizational and prioritization abilities allowing for the smooth and simultaneous management of multiple projects with complex and demanding deadlines.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-25

Corporate Counsel, Investments, Mergers And Acquisitions

Mountain View CA Corporate Counsel, Investments, Mergers, And Acquisitions Responsibilities: Support a variety of investments, Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) and other strategic corporate transactions in a substantive fashion with limited supervision (e.g., structuring, due diligence, definitive documentation, etc.). Provide legal support for existing equity and renewable energy investments. Partner with Google's corporate development group and cross-functional teams throughout the lifecycle of each transaction. Provide education and advice on corporate matters within the legal department and across various departments within Google. Assist in developing a legal strategy on specific transactions and across the practice generally.

Qualifications: JD, an equivalent degree, or equivalent practical experience. 7 years of attorney experience in corporate, project finance, equity investment, and other transactional experience with a law firm. Admitted to the Bar or authorized to practice law in the state in which the position is located. Preferred qualifications: Experience with agreements and performing due diligence, drafting, and discussing transaction documents, coordinating cross-functional agreement teams, and advising business stakeholders/executive management. Knowledge of a broad range of legal topics impacting corporate transactions (e.g., tax, intellectual property, and employment). Ability to identify, distill, and manage complex issues quickly and effectively. Ability to navigate fast-paced and fluid environments. Excellent communication and project management skills.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-25

Corporate Counsel, Investments, Mergers And Acquisitions

San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel, Investments, Mergers, And Acquisitions Responsibilities: Support a variety of investments, Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) and other strategic corporate transactions in a substantive fashion with limited supervision (e.g., structuring, due diligence, definitive documentation, etc.). Provide legal support for existing equity and renewable energy investments. Partner with Google's corporate development group and cross-functional teams throughout the lifecycle of each transaction. Provide education and advice on corporate matters within the legal department and across various departments within Google. Assist in developing a legal strategy on specific transactions and across the practice generally.

Qualifications: JD, an equivalent degree, or equivalent practical experience. 7 years of attorney experience in corporate, project finance, equity investment, and other transactional experience with a law firm. Admitted to the Bar or authorized to practice law in the state in which the position is located. Preferred qualifications: Experience with agreements and performing due diligence, drafting, and discussing transaction documents, coordinating cross-functional agreement teams, and advising business stakeholders/executive management. Knowledge of a broad range of legal topics impacting corporate transactions (e.g., tax, intellectual property, and employment). Ability to identify, distill, and manage complex issues quickly and effectively. Ability to navigate fast-paced and fluid environments. Excellent communication and project management skills.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-07-25
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Associate Counsel
In-House,Molina Healthcare, Inc.
Location : Long Beach, CA, United States

Associate Counsel Duties: Provides legal advice and service concerning legal rights, obligations, and privileges of the Business. Handles a variety of general corporate and commercial legal projects for the organization. Duties span reviewing inform... + read more

aug 06, 2022


Associate Counsel, Legal And Compliance
In-House,Core Digital Media, Inc
Location : Los Angeles, CA, United States

Associate Counsel, Legal and Compliance The candidate will do general corporate transactional review and drafting, including but not limited to various business unit-related product and marketing agreements (lending, insurance, etc). Business counse... + read more

aug 06, 2022


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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WKWB169787
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft, revise and negotiate various commercial agreements, including SaaS, technology, payments, analytics, research, licensing, development, product integration, and other general vendor and operations agreements. Build trusted cross-functional relationships with and provide practical and solution-oriented day-to-day commercial legal advice and product counsel to Tinder's product, design and engineering teams from initial stages of product development through launch and commercialization. Develop a deep understanding of technology and tech stacks and provide practical and innovative counsel to support feature and product launches along with the engagement and implementation of key vendors. Help manage the evolution and implementation of the company's Terms of Use, content policies, disclosures, FAQs and other user-facing legal policies and resources. Advise and manage workflow process improvement, playbook development, client training, and template use to address the evolving needs of a growing organization. Assist in administration of corporate policies and procedures, such as vendor security, privacy compliance, and contract approval, along with helping with implementing compliance obligations across the board and providing litigation support as needed. Work with internal counsel to establish, maintain and protect Match Group's global trademark and general IP portfolio.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited law school and admission (or in-house eligibility) to practice law in California. 4 years of experience, with a top law firm and in-house legal department experience preferred. Experience with drafting and negotiating a range of commercial contracts, including SaaS and other tech contracts. Excellent business communication and analytical skills, as well as impeccable attention to detail and a strong sense of ownership and accountability. Possess a strong desire to learn the business and new areas of law and have a natural ease in working cross-functionally as a practical-minded legal partner to business teams. Strong commercial contracts experience but less product counseling experience are still highly encouraged to apply; this is a great opportunity to learn deeper product counseling on the job.
 
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Senior Counsel, Corporate And Business Development
Refer job# SJYI169791
 
Senior Counsel, Corporate and Business Development Responsibilities: Lead drafting and negotiations, structuring and counseling on transactions (including mergers and acquisitions, strategic equity investments, strategic divestitures, global licenses, collaborations and partnerships and other transactions). Identify and resolve critical legal issues and identify and help resolve critical business issues arising from transactions. Oversee and manage the legal due diligence process. Partner with Corporate Development and Business Development clients to ensure strategic alignment in all transactions, escalating matters as appropriate with the judgment to understand when escalation is necessary. Manage business relationships and counsel business clients across a broad sphere of influence, internally and externally, on transaction and strategic issues pertaining to strategic alliance partnerships and collaborations. Contribute to the on-going development of a high-performance transactions legal team and cultivate a highly collaborative culture with effective relationships with peers in the legal department as well as other key functions. As appropriate, manage and organize antitrust approvals and negotiations with antitrust authorities and regulators. Demonstrate a service-oriented approach to advising internal client groups. Demonstrate full commitment to mission and values.

Qualifications: Law degree from recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license. Required years of legal M&A, Licensing and/or Collaboration Transactional experience within Life Sciences: Sr. Director - 8 - 9 years / Director - 7 years minimum. Experience drafting and negotiating complex transaction agreements. Experience in bio-pharmaceutical or life-sciences industry transactions preferred. Understanding of bio-pharmaceutical/life-sciences industry. Has excellent interpersonal skills and can successfully manage internal client expectations and can work/operate well with a variety of personalities/capabilities in cross-functional teams, matrix environment. Creative, thoughtful and practical problem-solving skills. Must have high integrity, ability to assess risk, ability to make decisions and think strategically while applying knowledge of applicable legal issues. Listens to internal client needs and communicates with clients with confidence and diplomacy. Excellent verbal and writing skills and business judgment are required. Ability to communicate effectively with management and senior management personnel. Ability to train and develop the other members of the team. Ability to work independently, effectively and efficiently and perform against broad objectives. Possess strong work ethic. Around the world, we are passionate about making an impact on the lives of patients with serious diseases.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HXDQ169795
 
Corporate Counsel, AWS Legal The candidate should have experience providing legal counseling for incident response, policy generation, compliance, audit defense, artifact generation, and other security/risk management efforts. Should have 8+ years of cybersecurity or related regulatory and litigation experience with law firms, corporations, and/or government agencies. Juris Doctor (JD) and membership in good standing in at least one state bar are required. Understanding of cloud computing architecture and related technologies. Should have the ability to manage a large number and variety of mission-critical projects, working independently and often in ambiguous environments; sound and practical business judgment as well as common sense; highest standards of ethics and professional integrity; exceptional written and verbal communication skills; demonstrated proficiency in working closely with and advising senior executives of an organization. Hands-on experience interacting directly with auditors and/or regulators; Active TS/SCI clearance.
 
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Antitrust Counsel Corporate
Refer job# JMJL169796
 
Antitrust Counsel Corporate The candidate must possess excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills, the ability to collaborate and work with global stakeholders, and strong analytical, organizational, and multitasking skills. Responding to regulatory investigations, market inquiries, subpoenas, etc. Commercial relationships (partnerships, strategic ventures, acquisitions, investments), and Training and other antitrust projects, as needed.
 
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Principal Counsel, Corporate Affairs
Refer job# ZTXN169726
 
Principal Counsel, Corporate Affairs The candidate will report to the General Counsel and provide direct support to the Chief Financial Officer, General Counsel, and other internal and external partners in connection with due diligence, merger and acquisition activities, and corporate governance. Partner with the VP, Tax, Treasury and Insurance, and in-house and outside counsel regarding the formation, structure, and dissolution of all domestic and international corporate entities. Develop, maintain and implement processes, procedures and best practices related to all M&A, corporate governance, and corporate entity activities. Should have a J.D. degree from a top tier law school and be a member in good standing in CA or other jurisdictions in the United States. Should have 6+ years of experience in a law firm or corporation managing due diligence, corporate entity formation and dissolution, and corporate governance. The ability to supervise and set strategy in connection with all aspects of M&A transactions, including drafting and reviewing acquisition agreements and other documentation utilized in complex M&A and private equity transactions. Knowledge of the tax/accounting issues, both US and international, of a complex organization's intra-group entity reorganization activities, as well as the ability to manage external legal service providers handling such matters. The ability to provide strategic advice on and draft any necessary agreements in connection with legal entity reductions regardless of the level of ongoing acquisitions. Strong history of performance in demanding, high-growth environments. Strong organizational, project management, and execution skills with a collaborative and flexible approach when partnering cross functionally with others. Willingness/ability to work across time zones (primarily US & EMEA). Excellent analytical and problem-solving capabilities, sometimes in the face of unknowns. Ability to manage and prioritize competing priorities in a fast-paced and high-volume environment without sacrificing quality, attention to detail, accuracy or timeliness. A high energy level and positive demeanor when communicating internally and externally. Ability to travel domestically or internationally up to 25%. Experience or familiarity with SaaS businesses preferred. Experience working for a portfolio company of a private equity firm a bonus. Demonstrated commitment to valuing diversity and contributing to an inclusive working and learning environment. Consideration for privacy and security obligations.
 
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Senior Counsel, Corporate
Refer job# ZFFI169739
 
Senior Counsel, Corporate The candidate will prepare public company SEC reporting including'34 Act filings like the 10-K, 10-Q, proxy statement, Section 16 reports/filings, 8-K and strong SEC disclosure drafting skills. Assist with Environmental, Social and Governance matters and reporting initiatives. Provide legal and compliance support on all securities and corporate finance related matters. Partner with the accounting, finance and investor relations departments to ensure compliance with all SEC regulations. Prepare and review board and committee materials and advise on all other board related matters. Support all governance / compliance policies and procedures, including updates to such policies and procedures, particularly handling Insider Trading Policy and assisting with preclearance requests. Work collaboratively to prioritize business objectives and manage the corporate aspects of being a fast-growing company. Provide support for other projects, including working on a range of complex equity and securities issues. Should have 6+ years of experience, including experience at a nationally recognized law firm and significant work in a corporate & securities practice. Licensed and in good standing with a state bar. In-house experience is preferred. Experience with M&A and strategic partnerships are needed. Experience with international expansion relating to subsidiary management, including international corporate governance, international registration, and management of subsidiary entities are needed. Deep knowledge of SEC and NYSE rules and regulations are needed. Outstanding oral and written communication skills, and a strong attention to detail. Should have the ability to effectively weigh risks against business objectives and develop creative solutions to complex problems. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to form relationships with key partners are needed. High personal standards of excellence and ethics, as well as the ability to act with discretion, strict confidentiality, and sensitivity towards issues and individuals are needed. Public-company experience, including familiarity with public-company board and governance matters are essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate General Counsel - Sec Reporting, Corporate Transactions And Corporate Law
Refer job# GCPW169660
 
Associate General Counsel - Sec Reporting, Corporate Transactions, And Corporate Law Duties: The candidate will advise on corporate finance and securities law matters, including preparing SEC filings such as Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and S-8, Proxy Statements, and Section 16 reports. Assist with the preparation and planning for the annual meeting of shareholders. Work with internal teams to draft and review earnings releases, press releases, and shareholder and investor communications, particularly for compliance with applicable securities laws. Monitor and analyze regulatory developments and best practices in the securities and corporate governance arenas and drive change and education within the company. Advice on equity, executive compensation, and stock administration matters. Support capital markets transactions including debt offerings, credit agreements, and other treasury?related matters. Provide advice and counsel on general corporate and corporate governance matters. Manage and lead teams of lawyers, paralegals, and other professionals, with the ability to attract, develop and retain talent and help us grow the best team.

Qualifications: The candidate should have experience as a people manager. Bar admission is in good standing, with a preference for admission in California, Colorado, or Minnesota. Ability to develop legal strategies, foster teamwork, and collaboration, and drive results. Ability to operate within a budget and work creatively to manage costs and maximize efficiency. Organized, hard-working, and highly professional, with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment, manage numerous projects simultaneously without compromising attention to detail, and exercise sound judgment. Ability to communicate professionally and effectively, write clearly and concisely, and manage tasks to the deadline. Ability and desire to help the team live our company values of Integrity, Inclusion, and Innovation. Confidence to present in front of company executives. Excellent written and oral communication skills and a team-oriented approach. Strong substantive experience with SEC reporting ( 33 and 34 Act) and securities laws, preferably from a combination of top-tier law firm and public company in-house work. Deep knowledge of corporate law, corporate governance standards, and trends. Capital markets experience. Familiarity with equity compensation plans and executive compensation.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Securities Counsel
Refer job# EPFH169665
 
Corporate Securities Counsel The candidate will lead the preparation and coordination of various periodic report filings pursuant to the 34 Act, including Form 10-Ks, 10-Qs, Form 8-Ks, and proxy statements. Advice on all corporate disclosure matters and compliance with relevant securities laws, SEC reporting, and compliance rules and regulations. Effectively manage external corporate securities counsel. Monitor and assess potential impacts of new and proposed securities laws, corporate governance developments, and trends. Collaborate cross-functionally to identify and craft appropriate disclosures. Grow with the company's needs, which may involve offering legal support across a broad range of topics, including contracts with third parties, diligence efforts, supporting strategic partnering collaborations, and employment matters. Provide strategic, practical advice to finance, accounting, human resources, and investor relations. Help develop, implement, and continuously improve company processes and procedures.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school and 3+ years of experience as a corporate securities attorney working in a large law firm and/or in-house. Experience and comfort in drafting SEC filings and transaction agreements. Representation of public companies on periodic securities filings, governance issues, and Board support. Must have a flexible mindset, strong business judgment, and capable of understanding complex topics and finding streamlined solutions to legal and business problems. Must be a self-starter with excellent follow-through and ability to prioritize responsibilities, accountable, dependable, and self-motivated. Must have the ability to work independently and apply good business and legal judgment in assessing compliance issues. Aptitude for maintaining strong working cross-functional relationships. Must have understood securities principles and their impact on the business. Communication and Influence, and strong communication skills. Must have a track record of conducting a careful and thoughtful analysis of complex legal and business agreements and the ability to weigh and articulate the risk and reward of various scenarios in a business-friendly manner. Must have well-developed organizational and prioritization abilities allowing for the smooth and simultaneous management of multiple projects with complex and demanding deadlines.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Investments, Mergers And Acquisitions
Refer job# JDXS169712
 
Corporate Counsel, Investments, Mergers, And Acquisitions Responsibilities: Support a variety of investments, Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) and other strategic corporate transactions in a substantive fashion with limited supervision (e.g., structuring, due diligence, definitive documentation, etc.). Provide legal support for existing equity and renewable energy investments. Partner with Google's corporate development group and cross-functional teams throughout the lifecycle of each transaction. Provide education and advice on corporate matters within the legal department and across various departments within Google. Assist in developing a legal strategy on specific transactions and across the practice generally.

Qualifications: JD, an equivalent degree, or equivalent practical experience. 7 years of attorney experience in corporate, project finance, equity investment, and other transactional experience with a law firm. Admitted to the Bar or authorized to practice law in the state in which the position is located. Preferred qualifications: Experience with agreements and performing due diligence, drafting, and discussing transaction documents, coordinating cross-functional agreement teams, and advising business stakeholders/executive management. Knowledge of a broad range of legal topics impacting corporate transactions (e.g., tax, intellectual property, and employment). Ability to identify, distill, and manage complex issues quickly and effectively. Ability to navigate fast-paced and fluid environments. Excellent communication and project management skills.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Investments, Mergers And Acquisitions
Refer job# QUXX169713
 
Corporate Counsel, Investments, Mergers, And Acquisitions Responsibilities: Support a variety of investments, Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) and other strategic corporate transactions in a substantive fashion with limited supervision (e.g., structuring, due diligence, definitive documentation, etc.). Provide legal support for existing equity and renewable energy investments. Partner with Google's corporate development group and cross-functional teams throughout the lifecycle of each transaction. Provide education and advice on corporate matters within the legal department and across various departments within Google. Assist in developing a legal strategy on specific transactions and across the practice generally.

Qualifications: JD, an equivalent degree, or equivalent practical experience. 7 years of attorney experience in corporate, project finance, equity investment, and other transactional experience with a law firm. Admitted to the Bar or authorized to practice law in the state in which the position is located. Preferred qualifications: Experience with agreements and performing due diligence, drafting, and discussing transaction documents, coordinating cross-functional agreement teams, and advising business stakeholders/executive management. Knowledge of a broad range of legal topics impacting corporate transactions (e.g., tax, intellectual property, and employment). Ability to identify, distill, and manage complex issues quickly and effectively. Ability to navigate fast-paced and fluid environments. Excellent communication and project management skills.
 
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