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Associate Corporate Counsel

San Francisco CA Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be an integral part of the legal team responsible for counseling the Alexa business on a broad range of technology, privacy, regulatory, commercial, and other matters. Will work directly with business clients, serving as lead counsel on strategic issues, providing day-to-day input on business and strategy, advising on the launch of new products and features, resolving issues that arise in commercial relationships, and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Develop strategies for handling legal issues in creative, business-centric ways, and will build processes that address risk and allow the business flexibility and freedom to move quickly. Principal duties include providing ongoing legal counseling in a wide range of legal areas, including intellectual property, digital media, privacy, and regulatory compliance. The role also involves some drafting and negotiating of technology, licensing, marketing and other commercial agreements. Some travel, domestic and international, will be required. Should have JD admitted to 1 state bar. Must have 2+ years of legal experience at a major law firm. Should preferably have In-house experience at a technology company. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-02-17

Associate Corporate Counsel, Mergers And Acquisitions

Mountain View CA Associate Corporate Counsel, Mergers and Acquisitions The candidate will work on legal issues as disruptive technological innovations require creative and proactive legal guidance. Will support a variety of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) and investment transactions, managing key aspects of due diligence, drafting and integration. You will contribute to a constantly evolving business. Responsibilities: Support a variety of M&A, investment and other strategic corporate transactions in a substantive fashion without extensive supervision, including structuring, due diligence and definitive documentation. Work closely with Googles corporate development group and cross-functional partners throughout the life cycle of each agreement. Provide education and advice on corporate matters both within the legal department and across various departments within Google, including Finance, Product Management and Engineering. Assist in developing legal strategy both on specific and across multiple transactions. Minimum qualifications: JD or equivalent practical experience. 3 years of Mergers and Acquisitions specific attorney level experience. Admitted to the bar in which position is located and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law (e.g. have registered in-house status) in the state in which the position is located. Preferred qualifications: 5 years of relevant work experience in a law firm and in-house legal department. Hands-on contract agreement experience performing due diligence, drafting and negotiating transaction documents, coordinating cross-functional teams, and advising business stakeholders and senior management. Knowledge of a broad range of legal topics impacting corporate transactions, including tax, intellectual property and employment. Closing date: February 21 2020. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-02-16

General Counsel & Corporate Secretary

Emeryville CA General Counsel & Corporate Secretary The candidate will collaborate with senior management, the board of directors, and across all functions within our organization to provide broad legal support in the execution and ongoing management of agreements/contracts, securities matters (including SEC reporting and compliance), litigation, intellectual property, FDA and other regulatory agencies, human resources, and general corporate matters. This position will report to the Chief Executive Officer. Responsibilities: Functions as internal legal counsel regarding all general day-to-day corporate legal matters; manages legal matters handled by external counsel; Works collaboratively across a broad range of functions developing and maintaining effective working relationships between corporate counsel, intellectual property, finance, human resources, corporate development, and all company functions to facilitate a team-based approach to meeting company short and long term objectives; Supports commercial activities and FDA/other regulatory body compliance; Provide legal support regarding business development transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, licensing and collaborations. This includes support of due diligence, transaction negotiation and drafting, and ongoing post-closing legal support, as needed; Represents and/or provides oversight for company interests in all legal matters with external suppliers, partners, etc.; Fosters an environment in which people want to do their best. Effectively hires and develops talented staff. Establishes clear expectations, sets priorities, focuses resources, manages and delegates appropriately and effectively; Creates a collaborative environment with the executive leadership team and with the board of directors to enhance cross company unity and productivity; Develops and manages departmental budgets; Ensures legal compliance including, but not limited to, 34 Act reporting; supporting finance in all SEC reporting requirements, such as, 10-K, 10-Q, Proxy, regular SEC ownership filings Supports the commercial organization and investor relations/public relations teams by providing legal oversight in all external communications; Partners with human resources as it pertain to compliance and employee relations matters; Acts as Corporate Secretary for all Board of Directors and committee meetings as well as providing thorough and thoughtful feedback to the Board.

a Juris Doctorate required. Should have 12 years of experience, of which some must be in-house, with 5 years of experience operating at the general counsel level. Experience managing litigation with patent/product litigation preferred. Must have experience in securities and corporate transactions. Proven track record in managing all legal aspects of financing transactions, corporate governance, FDA, and SEC compliance is required. Should have significant experience in managing business development process from opportunity assessment through post-closing support. Must have demonstrated ability to effectively manage staff and high performing teams. Should knows the competition and can add high value in key business discussions or corporate-wide policies and programs. Must understands and models the appropriate balance between gathering data to make decisions and making timely decisions based on limited data. Must possess a good blend of strategic and operational experience with the ability to see the big picture and dive into details./
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2020-02-16

Corporate Counsel

San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft, negotiate and advise on a wide variety of commercial contracts, focusing primarily on software services agreements, consulting agreements, statements of work, as well as subcontractor, vendor and partnership agreements and other commercial agreements throughout a wide range of industries. Liaise with internal business clients to provide legal support and advice in all phases of commercial transactions, including proposal review, RFP responses, structuring agreements, contract drafting and negotiation and post-signature matters. Prepare management reporting to summarize status of contract negotiations, signed contracts, disputes and otherwise provide information to aid in management decision-making. Lead and assist with various special projects as assigned such as: developing templates and standard positions, improving contract management approaches, developing and implementing legal procedures, practices and systems and educating internal teams to ensure conformity and consistency in the implementation of relevant policies and procedures. Support the development and management of compliance policies and procedures, working with cross-functional partners when needed and providing proactive guidance on applicable laws, regulations, industry standards and self-regulatory requirements, including in the area of data protection and privacy. Work closely with people operations, to assist in the handling of talent related matters including immigration matters and developing templates and policies. Coordinate with internal and external subject matter experts, including external counsel, when necessary.

Qualifications: Degree from an accredited law school. 5-8 years of substantial professional experience with a mid to top tier law firm and/or a significantly sized in-house legal department, ideally with a focus on commercial contracting. Languages: Excellent written and oral communication skills (negotiation level) in both Spanish and English. Experience with information technology, licensing and/or outsourcing agreements is preferable. Excellent drafting and writing skills. Ability to analyze and assess contractual or legal risks, balancing risks with commercial needs. Demonstrated ability to work independently, prioritize and manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to communicate effectively internally throughout the organization and with client organizations. Must take a strategic and business-oriented approach to problem solving, be proactive and flexible and have a client first Âť mentality. Must have strong work ethic and a desire to consistently perform at the highest levels of competence. Experience in commercial law for Latin America.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2020-02-15

Corporate Counsel, Devices Legal

Sunnyvale CA Corporate Counsel, Devices Legal The candidate will work closely with its operations and engineering business teams, and to serve as counsel supporting the development, worldwide manufacturing and distribution of its hardware devices. Principal duties include provision of ongoing legal counseling (including product/service counseling) and structuring, drafting, and negotiating licensing and other commercial agreements. J.D. degree and membership in one state bar is required. Must have 5+ years of attorney experience (at a law firm and/or inhouse). 3+ years of experience in a national or international law firm. Strong project management and analytical skills. Strong drafting and negotiating experience. Preferably should have 3+ years of experience as a transactional attorney handling commercial contracts. In-house experience. Experience structuring, drafting and negotiating intellectual property and commercial agreements. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-02-15

Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property

San Rafael CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property The candidate will play an important role in enabling companys success by providing expertise and counsel on intellectual property matters, protecting the intellectual property assets essential to companys success, and guiding business strategy and operational decisions in line with intellectual property laws and best practices. Reporting to the Director and Senior Intellectual Property Counsel and collaborating closely with legal and business colleagues, will provide key legal support for companys patent, trade secret, copyright, trademark, open source and confidentiality programs. Develop a deep understanding of companys business strategy and products. Work closely with the company IP team to develop and execute on companys intellectual property strategy. Proactively partner with company engineers, business teams and outside counsel to support and grow companys patent, copyright, trademark and trade secret programs. Advise and support the broader company legal team on intellectual property matters, including patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, inbound and outbound licensing and open source. Assist in defining risk positions, drafting and negotiating strategic research and development agreements (including collaboration, sponsored research, consortia and government research agreements). Collaborate cross-functionally on company initiatives affecting intellectual property assets to advise on legal issues and best practices. Collaborate with outside counsel to manage cease & desist, offers to license and other pre-litigation IP enforcement matters. Collaborate with key company stakeholders to mature companys confidentiality practices as part of a larger Data Protection Program. Create, enhance and continuously improve internal training programs to build general awareness of the importance of intellectual property and to drive best practices to both leverage and protect those assets. Exercise excellent legal judgment and extraordinary communication skills to provide practical, clear, and concise counsel.

The candidate should have JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school; member in good standing of at least one state bar (CA preferred). Must have 5-7 years experience in the area of intellectual property law (with at least 2 years at a law firm). Excellent oral and written communication skills are required. Should have demonstrated business acumen: Must see the big picture as well as the relationship of very detailed and specific legal and business issues. Must be tech-savvy, with the desire and ability to learn companys products and business. Should preferably have prior experience working in-house at a technology company on intellectual property matters. Technical background (particularly a degree in computer science, software coding experience or experience working with company software products) is desired. Should preferably have prior experience building/supporting innovation protection programs leveraging both trade secret and patent (particularly if you have patent prosecution experience). Should preferably have Prior experience with strategic research and development agreements (including collaboration, sponsored research, consortia and government research agreements). Superior presentation skills are required.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-02-14

Senior Corporate Counsel

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Respond to legal requests from Sales, Sales Operations, Marketing, PeopleOps, Engineering, IT and other internal clients and determine the appropriate course of action. Draft, analyze and negotiate outbound cloud services agreements (specifically focusing on master subscription agreements) with customers to ensure that they comply withs policies and risk tolerance. Draft, analyze and negotiate various partner agreements withs business development, partner and marketing teams. Review, draft and negotiate a wide variety of inbound SaaS/software and vendor agreements to supports procurement activities, which include master services agreements, software licensing agreements and other commercial agreements to ensure that they comply withs policies and risk tolerance. Strong familiarity and comfort level negotiating data processing addendums with both existing and new customers and vendors. Work with Finance, Sales Operations and other business teams to ensure approval of relevant terms. Assist in the development of playbooks and contract templates. Assist with the implementation of an internal contract management system. Continuously build relationships with key stakeholders to provide practical legal advice.

Qualifications: 5-10 years of in-house legal experience for an emerging growth company, with a focus on technology transactions. A strong background in commercial contract law, a demonstrated ability to evaluate risk and work on multiple types of contracts (on various types of templates) simultaneously. A thorough understanding of global data privacy requirements (EU, US and other relevant regulations) and applicable security principles as they relate to SaaS based negotiations. A track record of managing escalations of critical business and legal issues and resolving accordingly. Be able to effectively prioritize and advance multiple transactions happening simultaneously, often on tight deadlines. Attention to detail, a sense of passion to support ***s business and the versatility and confidence to take on challenges that are presented. Bonus: Emotional intelligence driven by intuition. Anticipate the needs of others and work to create an environment of open and honest two-way communications, always ensuring that ***s values are communicated and instilled in the process. Creative and resourceful and have an eye for detail. Able to immerse and assimilate into ***s culture quickly by understanding our business and customers, by quickly learning what matters most, and by building deep relationships with all levels and offices within the company. Extremely approachable and have a good sense of humor. Confident communicator, which a deep belief that authenticity will win the day. A true team player with an orientation to work collaboratively. Tackle mistrust or negativity with empathy and positivity and a strong outward belief that this is a great company and its future is bright.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2020-02-14

Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property The candidate will play an important role in enabling companys success by providing expertise and counsel on intellectual property matters, protecting the intellectual property assets essential to companys success, and guiding business strategy and operational decisions in line with intellectual property laws and best practices. Reporting to the Director and Senior Intellectual Property Counsel and collaborating closely with legal and business colleagues, you will provide key legal support for companys patent, trade secret, copyright, trademark, open source and confidentiality programs. Develop a deep understanding of companys business strategy and products. Work closely with the company IP team to develop and execute on companys intellectual property strategy. Proactively partner with company engineers, business teams and outside counsel to support and grow companys patent, copyright, trademark and trade secret programs. Advise and support the broader company legal team on intellectual property matters, including patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, inbound and outbound licensing and open source. Assist in defining risk positions, drafting and negotiating strategic research and development agreements (including collaboration, sponsored research, consortia and government research agreements). Collaborate cross-functionally on company initiatives affecting intellectual property assets to advise on legal issues and best practices. Collaborate with outside counsel to manage cease & desist, offers to license and other pre-litigation IP enforcement matters. Collaborate with key company stakeholders to mature companys confidentiality practices as part of a larger Data Protection Program. Create, enhance and continuously improve internal training programs to build general awareness of the importance of intellectual property and to drive best practices to both leverage and protect those assets. Exercise excellent legal judgment and extraordinary communication skills to provide practical, clear, and concise counsel.

The candidate should have JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school; member in good standing of at least one state bar (CA preferred). Must have 5-7 years experience in the area of intellectual property law (with at least 2 years at a law firm). Excellent oral and written communication skills are required. Should have demonstrated business acumen: Must see the big picture as well as the relationship of very detailed and specific legal and business issues. Must be tech-savvy, with the desire and ability to learn companys products and business. Should preferably have prior experience working in-house at a technology company on intellectual property matters. Technical background (particularly a degree in computer science, software coding experience or experience working with company software products) is desired. Should preferably have prior experience building/supporting innovation protection programs leveraging both trade secret and patent (particularly if you have patent prosecution experience). Should preferably have Prior experience with strategic research and development agreements (including collaboration, sponsored research, consortia and government research agreements). Superior presentation skills are required.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-02-14

Sr Corporate Counsel - Corporate Investigations

Woodland Hills CA Senior Corporate Counsel - Corporate Investigations The candidate will coordinate and oversee in-house and outside counsel; monitors all legal matters within the assigned division pertaining to Farmers Group, Inc. and subsidiary and managed entities; monitors reporting procedures and requirements; and maintains the Corporate Legal case management system. Will monitor all legal matters related to the Farmers Group of Companies within the assigned division. Provides regular reports regarding the status of cases to the assigned division head. Monitors compliance by the staff on report procedures and requirements. Provides advice, guidance, and strategy regarding corporate legal matters as assigned. Maintains and monitors computerized case management system. Researches and prepares legal memoranda and opinions on specialized questions of policy coverage and legal liability. Based on assigned Corporate Legal division, furnishes advice and opinions on the specialized legal aspects of: Labor and Agency; Property and Casualty; Corporate Secretarial, or Life company legal matters including corporate transactions and corporate secretarial matters, and makes appearances before various tribunals in respect thereto. Identifies and reports to the division head on areas and problems which are systemic and may give rise to exposure to the Companies. Conducts legal research and drafts points, authorities, and briefs. Manages specialized legal problems regarding subsidiary companies. Based on the assigned division: manages appeals of litigated cases (researches, prepares briefs, and argues at hearings on appeals); and assists trial attorneys on matters of procedure and substantive law including pleadings, discovery matters, and policy coverage questions; manages labor and agency matters; Life company matters; Commercial matters; regulatory or P&C matters. Manages special assignments as required. Performs other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have LLB or JD degree. Must have membership in the California Bar, and completion of review or seminar courses in corporate law and associated fields; as well as meet all MCLE rules and regulations. Must have 6+ years of experience as an attorney in the field of corporate law and/or litigation and related experience in areas of responsibility.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-02-12

Associate Corporate Counsel

San Diego CA Associate Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review, and negotiate commercial agreements, including vendor contracts, software licenses, equipment leases and real property leases. Provide advice to the business on legal matters, including contract interpretation and enforcement, risk assessment, legal and regulatory compliance and corporate policies. Provide advice to the business on data privacy law matters. Assist with general financing matters. Assist with corporate governance matters. Assist with the creation and maintenance of policies and procedures for the legal department. Cooperate with outside counsel on various legal matters. Maintain current knowledge of the law in matters of interest to the company. Perform selected assignments and other responsibilities as assigned.

Education: Required: Master or Advanced. JD degree from an accredited law school. Juris Doctor and membership in good standing in at least one state bar is required. 2-5 years legal experience (with at least two years at a law firm). Ability to review, understand, analyze, and interpret business agreements. Contract drafting and negotiating experience required. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. Excellent organizational and analytical skills required. Ability to work collaboratively and independently. Experience with a contracts management system is a plus, Ability to manage multiple, concurrent projects in a fast-paced environment. Extremely proficient in Microsoft Word.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2020-02-12
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In-House Attorney
In-House,Olam Americas, Inc
Location : Fresno California United States

Position Summary: Olam US is looking for an attorney with 3+ years of commercial contracts drafting and negotiating experience, to play a key role in a fairly new legal department in an extremely dynamic and ever-growing organization. This positio... + read more

feb 13, 2020


Litigator + In-House Counsel
In-House,EmploymentScape
Location : Malibu California United States

Established company with offices in Malibu, Century City and Pasadena and internationally?seeks and in-house counsel with litigation experience and interest in learning about corporate and IP law as well. This position would be based to start in Mali... + read more

feb 11, 2020


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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FDHD148472
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be an integral part of the legal team responsible for counseling the Alexa business on a broad range of technology, privacy, regulatory, commercial, and other matters. Will work directly with business clients, serving as lead counsel on strategic issues, providing day-to-day input on business and strategy, advising on the launch of new products and features, resolving issues that arise in commercial relationships, and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Develop strategies for handling legal issues in creative, business-centric ways, and will build processes that address risk and allow the business flexibility and freedom to move quickly. Principal duties include providing ongoing legal counseling in a wide range of legal areas, including intellectual property, digital media, privacy, and regulatory compliance. The role also involves some drafting and negotiating of technology, licensing, marketing and other commercial agreements. Some travel, domestic and international, will be required. Should have JD admitted to 1 state bar. Must have 2+ years of legal experience at a major law firm. Should preferably have In-house experience at a technology company.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Mergers And Acquisitions
Refer job# UCKK148445
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Mergers and Acquisitions The candidate will work on legal issues as disruptive technological innovations require creative and proactive legal guidance. Will support a variety of Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) and investment transactions, managing key aspects of due diligence, drafting and integration. You will contribute to a constantly evolving business. Responsibilities: Support a variety of M&A, investment and other strategic corporate transactions in a substantive fashion without extensive supervision, including structuring, due diligence and definitive documentation. Work closely with Googles corporate development group and cross-functional partners throughout the life cycle of each agreement. Provide education and advice on corporate matters both within the legal department and across various departments within Google, including Finance, Product Management and Engineering. Assist in developing legal strategy both on specific and across multiple transactions. Minimum qualifications: JD or equivalent practical experience. 3 years of Mergers and Acquisitions specific attorney level experience. Admitted to the bar in which position is located and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law (e.g. have registered in-house status) in the state in which the position is located. Preferred qualifications: 5 years of relevant work experience in a law firm and in-house legal department. Hands-on contract agreement experience performing due diligence, drafting and negotiating transaction documents, coordinating cross-functional teams, and advising business stakeholders and senior management. Knowledge of a broad range of legal topics impacting corporate transactions, including tax, intellectual property and employment. Closing date: February 21 2020.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
General Counsel & Corporate Secretary
Refer job# QXTE148460
 
General Counsel & Corporate Secretary The candidate will collaborate with senior management, the board of directors, and across all functions within our organization to provide broad legal support in the execution and ongoing management of agreements/contracts, securities matters (including SEC reporting and compliance), litigation, intellectual property, FDA and other regulatory agencies, human resources, and general corporate matters. This position will report to the Chief Executive Officer. Responsibilities: Functions as internal legal counsel regarding all general day-to-day corporate legal matters; manages legal matters handled by external counsel; Works collaboratively across a broad range of functions developing and maintaining effective working relationships between corporate counsel, intellectual property, finance, human resources, corporate development, and all company functions to facilitate a team-based approach to meeting company short and long term objectives; Supports commercial activities and FDA/other regulatory body compliance; Provide legal support regarding business development transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, licensing and collaborations. This includes support of due diligence, transaction negotiation and drafting, and ongoing post-closing legal support, as needed; Represents and/or provides oversight for company interests in all legal matters with external suppliers, partners, etc.; Fosters an environment in which people want to do their best. Effectively hires and develops talented staff. Establishes clear expectations, sets priorities, focuses resources, manages and delegates appropriately and effectively; Creates a collaborative environment with the executive leadership team and with the board of directors to enhance cross company unity and productivity; Develops and manages departmental budgets; Ensures legal compliance including, but not limited to, 34 Act reporting; supporting finance in all SEC reporting requirements, such as, 10-K, 10-Q, Proxy, regular SEC ownership filings Supports the commercial organization and investor relations/public relations teams by providing legal oversight in all external communications; Partners with human resources as it pertain to compliance and employee relations matters; Acts as Corporate Secretary for all Board of Directors and committee meetings as well as providing thorough and thoughtful feedback to the Board.

a Juris Doctorate required. Should have 12 years of experience, of which some must be in-house, with 5 years of experience operating at the general counsel level. Experience managing litigation with patent/product litigation preferred. Must have experience in securities and corporate transactions. Proven track record in managing all legal aspects of financing transactions, corporate governance, FDA, and SEC compliance is required. Should have significant experience in managing business development process from opportunity assessment through post-closing support. Must have demonstrated ability to effectively manage staff and high performing teams. Should knows the competition and can add high value in key business discussions or corporate-wide policies and programs. Must understands and models the appropriate balance between gathering data to make decisions and making timely decisions based on limited data. Must possess a good blend of strategic and operational experience with the ability to see the big picture and dive into details./
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PRJG148428
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft, negotiate and advise on a wide variety of commercial contracts, focusing primarily on software services agreements, consulting agreements, statements of work, as well as subcontractor, vendor and partnership agreements and other commercial agreements throughout a wide range of industries. Liaise with internal business clients to provide legal support and advice in all phases of commercial transactions, including proposal review, RFP responses, structuring agreements, contract drafting and negotiation and post-signature matters. Prepare management reporting to summarize status of contract negotiations, signed contracts, disputes and otherwise provide information to aid in management decision-making. Lead and assist with various special projects as assigned such as: developing templates and standard positions, improving contract management approaches, developing and implementing legal procedures, practices and systems and educating internal teams to ensure conformity and consistency in the implementation of relevant policies and procedures. Support the development and management of compliance policies and procedures, working with cross-functional partners when needed and providing proactive guidance on applicable laws, regulations, industry standards and self-regulatory requirements, including in the area of data protection and privacy. Work closely with people operations, to assist in the handling of talent related matters including immigration matters and developing templates and policies. Coordinate with internal and external subject matter experts, including external counsel, when necessary.

Qualifications: Degree from an accredited law school. 5-8 years of substantial professional experience with a mid to top tier law firm and/or a significantly sized in-house legal department, ideally with a focus on commercial contracting. Languages: Excellent written and oral communication skills (negotiation level) in both Spanish and English. Experience with information technology, licensing and/or outsourcing agreements is preferable. Excellent drafting and writing skills. Ability to analyze and assess contractual or legal risks, balancing risks with commercial needs. Demonstrated ability to work independently, prioritize and manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to communicate effectively internally throughout the organization and with client organizations. Must take a strategic and business-oriented approach to problem solving, be proactive and flexible and have a client first Âť mentality. Must have strong work ethic and a desire to consistently perform at the highest levels of competence. Experience in commercial law for Latin America.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Devices Legal
Refer job# IKXC148429
 
Corporate Counsel, Devices Legal The candidate will work closely with its operations and engineering business teams, and to serve as counsel supporting the development, worldwide manufacturing and distribution of its hardware devices. Principal duties include provision of ongoing legal counseling (including product/service counseling) and structuring, drafting, and negotiating licensing and other commercial agreements. J.D. degree and membership in one state bar is required. Must have 5+ years of attorney experience (at a law firm and/or inhouse). 3+ years of experience in a national or international law firm. Strong project management and analytical skills. Strong drafting and negotiating experience. Preferably should have 3+ years of experience as a transactional attorney handling commercial contracts. In-house experience. Experience structuring, drafting and negotiating intellectual property and commercial agreements.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# QXKD148423
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property The candidate will play an important role in enabling companys success by providing expertise and counsel on intellectual property matters, protecting the intellectual property assets essential to companys success, and guiding business strategy and operational decisions in line with intellectual property laws and best practices. Reporting to the Director and Senior Intellectual Property Counsel and collaborating closely with legal and business colleagues, will provide key legal support for companys patent, trade secret, copyright, trademark, open source and confidentiality programs. Develop a deep understanding of companys business strategy and products. Work closely with the company IP team to develop and execute on companys intellectual property strategy. Proactively partner with company engineers, business teams and outside counsel to support and grow companys patent, copyright, trademark and trade secret programs. Advise and support the broader company legal team on intellectual property matters, including patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, inbound and outbound licensing and open source. Assist in defining risk positions, drafting and negotiating strategic research and development agreements (including collaboration, sponsored research, consortia and government research agreements). Collaborate cross-functionally on company initiatives affecting intellectual property assets to advise on legal issues and best practices. Collaborate with outside counsel to manage cease & desist, offers to license and other pre-litigation IP enforcement matters. Collaborate with key company stakeholders to mature companys confidentiality practices as part of a larger Data Protection Program. Create, enhance and continuously improve internal training programs to build general awareness of the importance of intellectual property and to drive best practices to both leverage and protect those assets. Exercise excellent legal judgment and extraordinary communication skills to provide practical, clear, and concise counsel.

The candidate should have JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school; member in good standing of at least one state bar (CA preferred). Must have 5-7 years experience in the area of intellectual property law (with at least 2 years at a law firm). Excellent oral and written communication skills are required. Should have demonstrated business acumen: Must see the big picture as well as the relationship of very detailed and specific legal and business issues. Must be tech-savvy, with the desire and ability to learn companys products and business. Should preferably have prior experience working in-house at a technology company on intellectual property matters. Technical background (particularly a degree in computer science, software coding experience or experience working with company software products) is desired. Should preferably have prior experience building/supporting innovation protection programs leveraging both trade secret and patent (particularly if you have patent prosecution experience). Should preferably have Prior experience with strategic research and development agreements (including collaboration, sponsored research, consortia and government research agreements). Superior presentation skills are required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HSHS148424
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Respond to legal requests from Sales, Sales Operations, Marketing, PeopleOps, Engineering, IT and other internal clients and determine the appropriate course of action. Draft, analyze and negotiate outbound cloud services agreements (specifically focusing on master subscription agreements) with customers to ensure that they comply withs policies and risk tolerance. Draft, analyze and negotiate various partner agreements withs business development, partner and marketing teams. Review, draft and negotiate a wide variety of inbound SaaS/software and vendor agreements to supports procurement activities, which include master services agreements, software licensing agreements and other commercial agreements to ensure that they comply withs policies and risk tolerance. Strong familiarity and comfort level negotiating data processing addendums with both existing and new customers and vendors. Work with Finance, Sales Operations and other business teams to ensure approval of relevant terms. Assist in the development of playbooks and contract templates. Assist with the implementation of an internal contract management system. Continuously build relationships with key stakeholders to provide practical legal advice.

Qualifications: 5-10 years of in-house legal experience for an emerging growth company, with a focus on technology transactions. A strong background in commercial contract law, a demonstrated ability to evaluate risk and work on multiple types of contracts (on various types of templates) simultaneously. A thorough understanding of global data privacy requirements (EU, US and other relevant regulations) and applicable security principles as they relate to SaaS based negotiations. A track record of managing escalations of critical business and legal issues and resolving accordingly. Be able to effectively prioritize and advance multiple transactions happening simultaneously, often on tight deadlines. Attention to detail, a sense of passion to support ***s business and the versatility and confidence to take on challenges that are presented. Bonus: Emotional intelligence driven by intuition. Anticipate the needs of others and work to create an environment of open and honest two-way communications, always ensuring that ***s values are communicated and instilled in the process. Creative and resourceful and have an eye for detail. Able to immerse and assimilate into ***s culture quickly by understanding our business and customers, by quickly learning what matters most, and by building deep relationships with all levels and offices within the company. Extremely approachable and have a good sense of humor. Confident communicator, which a deep belief that authenticity will win the day. A true team player with an orientation to work collaboratively. Tackle mistrust or negativity with empathy and positivity and a strong outward belief that this is a great company and its future is bright.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# SFBU148426
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property The candidate will play an important role in enabling companys success by providing expertise and counsel on intellectual property matters, protecting the intellectual property assets essential to companys success, and guiding business strategy and operational decisions in line with intellectual property laws and best practices. Reporting to the Director and Senior Intellectual Property Counsel and collaborating closely with legal and business colleagues, you will provide key legal support for companys patent, trade secret, copyright, trademark, open source and confidentiality programs. Develop a deep understanding of companys business strategy and products. Work closely with the company IP team to develop and execute on companys intellectual property strategy. Proactively partner with company engineers, business teams and outside counsel to support and grow companys patent, copyright, trademark and trade secret programs. Advise and support the broader company legal team on intellectual property matters, including patent, copyright, trademark, trade secret, inbound and outbound licensing and open source. Assist in defining risk positions, drafting and negotiating strategic research and development agreements (including collaboration, sponsored research, consortia and government research agreements). Collaborate cross-functionally on company initiatives affecting intellectual property assets to advise on legal issues and best practices. Collaborate with outside counsel to manage cease & desist, offers to license and other pre-litigation IP enforcement matters. Collaborate with key company stakeholders to mature companys confidentiality practices as part of a larger Data Protection Program. Create, enhance and continuously improve internal training programs to build general awareness of the importance of intellectual property and to drive best practices to both leverage and protect those assets. Exercise excellent legal judgment and extraordinary communication skills to provide practical, clear, and concise counsel.

The candidate should have JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school; member in good standing of at least one state bar (CA preferred). Must have 5-7 years experience in the area of intellectual property law (with at least 2 years at a law firm). Excellent oral and written communication skills are required. Should have demonstrated business acumen: Must see the big picture as well as the relationship of very detailed and specific legal and business issues. Must be tech-savvy, with the desire and ability to learn companys products and business. Should preferably have prior experience working in-house at a technology company on intellectual property matters. Technical background (particularly a degree in computer science, software coding experience or experience working with company software products) is desired. Should preferably have prior experience building/supporting innovation protection programs leveraging both trade secret and patent (particularly if you have patent prosecution experience). Should preferably have Prior experience with strategic research and development agreements (including collaboration, sponsored research, consortia and government research agreements). Superior presentation skills are required.
 
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Sr Corporate Counsel - Corporate Investigations
Refer job# IOAX148383
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Corporate Investigations The candidate will coordinate and oversee in-house and outside counsel; monitors all legal matters within the assigned division pertaining to Farmers Group, Inc. and subsidiary and managed entities; monitors reporting procedures and requirements; and maintains the Corporate Legal case management system. Will monitor all legal matters related to the Farmers Group of Companies within the assigned division. Provides regular reports regarding the status of cases to the assigned division head. Monitors compliance by the staff on report procedures and requirements. Provides advice, guidance, and strategy regarding corporate legal matters as assigned. Maintains and monitors computerized case management system. Researches and prepares legal memoranda and opinions on specialized questions of policy coverage and legal liability. Based on assigned Corporate Legal division, furnishes advice and opinions on the specialized legal aspects of: Labor and Agency; Property and Casualty; Corporate Secretarial, or Life company legal matters including corporate transactions and corporate secretarial matters, and makes appearances before various tribunals in respect thereto. Identifies and reports to the division head on areas and problems which are systemic and may give rise to exposure to the Companies. Conducts legal research and drafts points, authorities, and briefs. Manages specialized legal problems regarding subsidiary companies. Based on the assigned division: manages appeals of litigated cases (researches, prepares briefs, and argues at hearings on appeals); and assists trial attorneys on matters of procedure and substantive law including pleadings, discovery matters, and policy coverage questions; manages labor and agency matters; Life company matters; Commercial matters; regulatory or P&C matters. Manages special assignments as required. Performs other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have LLB or JD degree. Must have membership in the California Bar, and completion of review or seminar courses in corporate law and associated fields; as well as meet all MCLE rules and regulations. Must have 6+ years of experience as an attorney in the field of corporate law and/or litigation and related experience in areas of responsibility.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PRDF148393
 
Associate Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review, and negotiate commercial agreements, including vendor contracts, software licenses, equipment leases and real property leases. Provide advice to the business on legal matters, including contract interpretation and enforcement, risk assessment, legal and regulatory compliance and corporate policies. Provide advice to the business on data privacy law matters. Assist with general financing matters. Assist with corporate governance matters. Assist with the creation and maintenance of policies and procedures for the legal department. Cooperate with outside counsel on various legal matters. Maintain current knowledge of the law in matters of interest to the company. Perform selected assignments and other responsibilities as assigned.

Education: Required: Master or Advanced. JD degree from an accredited law school. Juris Doctor and membership in good standing in at least one state bar is required. 2-5 years legal experience (with at least two years at a law firm). Ability to review, understand, analyze, and interpret business agreements. Contract drafting and negotiating experience required. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. Excellent organizational and analytical skills required. Ability to work collaboratively and independently. Experience with a contracts management system is a plus, Ability to manage multiple, concurrent projects in a fast-paced environment. Extremely proficient in Microsoft Word.
 
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