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Associate Corporate Counsel - Autonomous Vehicles

San Diego CA Associate Corporate Counsel - Autonomous Vehicles Duties: Ensure the proper, consistent administrative handling of SEC reporting, disclosure and related Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance procedures. Compliance and legal trainings to employees. Assist in drafting and reviewing public disclosures and corporate communications, including earnings releases, press releases and corporate presentations. Secretarial support including drafting documents and minutes for Board meetings, organizing and maintaining company documents and records, respond to requests for information. Assist in export control and trade compliance. Assist in monitoring, maintaining and implementing various corporate governance practices and policies. Assist with M&A and other strategic transactions as needed.

Requirements: Admitted to at least one Bar. 3 years' corporate experience in a global public company setting. Extensive knowledge of federal securities regulations; familiar with SEC reporting procedures and timeline. Highly organized, strong attention to detail and proofreading skills. Ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive matters.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-28

Corporate Counsel, Securities

San Diego CA Corporate Counsel, Securities Duties: Prepare and provide advice regarding securities law disclosure/compliance for Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, Current Reports on Form 8-K, proxy statements and various registration statements. Provide securities law advice and compliance guidance for earnings releases, investor materials and management presentations. Provide advice regarding our compliance with the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934, Regulation FD and Sarbanes-Oxley. Provide legal support to the Company's Board of Directors and Board Committees on various corporate governance matters, which includes drafting and reviewing materials prepared for the Board of Directors and Board Committee meetings. Respond to general corporate and securities disclosure questions, including but not limited to preparing or commenting on board resolutions. Assist with preparations and the planning of annual stockholder meeting. Provide legal advice and counseling with respect to various securities and corporate governance. Advise on compliance with NYSE listing standards and handle NYSE submissions. Partner with our Investor Relations team regarding public company communications, including press releases, investor presentations, earnings announcements and other disclosures. Partner with the company's stock administration team and assist with administering our Insider Trading Policy, 10b5-1 plans and related employee and non-employee director equity matters. Create Equity Incentive Plan Agreements for employees and non-employee directors. Draft, review, advise on and submit SEC filings. Review, investigate, and respond to consumer and investor pre-litigation disputes. Actively manage securities-related formal litigation, including through proper selection of counsel, discovery, and capitalization of settlement opportunities. Manage the negotiation, execution, performance, modification, and termination of contracts involving services which necessitate compliance with SEC guidelines and other federal law. Administer build-out of company's internal policies and procedures related to compliance with laws and regulations applicable to a public company, including training and assisting the company's legal team with reporting, disclosure, and investigatory requirements. Partner to and with cross-functional teams including Investor Relations, Finance, Capital Markets, and HR. Supports other legal functions of the company including but not limited to litigation and research as business needs arise.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree is a must. Must have 7 years of experience, including at least 3 years at a nationally recognized law firm with significant work in a corporate & securities practice or in-house experience in a publicly traded company. Experience in preparation of public company SEC reporting documents, including '34 Act filings (10-K, 10-Q), proxy statement, 8-K, Section 16 reporting and strong SEC disclosure drafting skills. Depth of legal knowledge relating to the 1933 Act, 1934 Act, NYSE rules and Delaware corporate law. Proficient math skills to prepare and/or review SEC filings. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrate a naturally business-friendly approach to legal problem-solving and be able to effectively counsel internal clients by providing clear, concise and practical advice as well as creative solutions. Ability to work independently and collaboratively, with excellent business judgment and strategic thinking, and a proactive, solution-oriented approach. Strong detail orientation and highly organized. Manage multiple priorities and deadlines; strong sense of urgency and responsiveness. Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Ethical, with a commitment to company values.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-28

Corporate Counsel

Los Angeles CA Corporate Counsel The candidate will have a wide portfolio of job responsibilities, including negotiation and management of contracts, research into land use law and the obtaining of entitlements, and managing legal issues and communications with various parties including public agencies, consultants, financial institutions, tenants, and community organizations. Should preferably have 1-3 years experience in real estate setting (either law firm or real estate company). Must have experience and knowledge of fundamental concepts in real estate investment, finance, land use and planning. Should have Licensed to practice law in California. Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2020-11-28

Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector (fed/sled)

Mountain View CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector (Fed/SLED) Candidate will negotiate, structure, and close Teaming, Reseller and other contracts relating to US Federal business, working directly with the Company's Federal Sales and Business Development organizations. Will also negotiate, structure and close our Customer Agreements relating to State, Local and Education business, working directly with our SLED Sales and Business Development Organization. When the need arises, may also ask to assist with general commercial contracting matters in the Americas. Will help develop and mature the operational model for the Company's contract negotiation and management processes. Will assist in the development of contract templates, playbooks and SOPs. Will serve as a subject matter expert on all matters related to state, local and federal government contracts, to include providing advice on FAR, DFARS, and agency level supplemental regulations, as well as applicable state laws. Will help build and strengthen communications and relationships between the Legal and client departments. Will partner with co-workers who are sharp and motivated, combined with a company culture that is open, welcoming and unique.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a top law school. License to practice law in one of the 50 United States or the District of Columbia. 5-9 years of experience in the drafting and negotiation of technology contracts with governmental bodies at a major national or international law firm and/or in house at an enterprise software or SaaS company, excellent judgment, and are able to balance legal risks with business strategy. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Self-starting, proactive, driven, adaptable person who can, with poise and patience, prioritize and manage multiple projects and recalibrate advice in view of shifting priorities, legal developments, and risk tolerance. Experience with, or at least a good working knowledge of, open source business models and related legal issues is a major plus. Proven ability to consistently deliver extraordinary, thoughtful, user-experience focused results in a dynamic environment. Familiarity with data protection and privacy issues and concerns in the context of technology transactions is a significant plus. Prior experience representing high-growth or startup technology companies is strongly preferred. Ability to collaborate and function well in a team environment.
Legal 5 - 9 Full-time 2020-11-25

Corporate Counsel

Los Angeles CA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Lead and support on negotiation of deals with clients, celebrity and influencer talent, and studios. Act as a true business partner, advising on deal structure, concept, and execution. Draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of contracts, terms, and correspondence (including master services agreements, statements of work, memoranda of understanding and letters of intent, integration agreements, and talent agreements). Advise on legal risks and exposure at both the industry and campaign-specific levels. Maintain knowledge and update the legal team regarding applicable laws, regulations, and industry guidance that impact BEN's agreements and business practices. Conduct legal research and advise on various legal issues, including regulatory matters, intellectual property, data security, and advertising law. Manage outside counsel.

Qualifications: BA/BS degree and JD Degree from a top law school. Member of the California Bar in good standing. 1-3 years of transactional experience at a top tier law firm; experience in technology, intellectual property, entertainment, and/or startup work is a plus. Superior communication, writing, drafting, and negotiation skills. Strong, creative problem-solving skills, ability to think nimbly. Exceptional interpersonal skills and a demonstrated ability to work as a collaborative, supportive team member while also being proactive and independent.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2020-11-25

Director, Corporate Counsel

Emeryville CA Director, Corporate Counsel Duties: Oversee and ensure compliance with obligations under federal securities laws, including preparation and filing of 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, Section 16 reports and 1934 Act filings, including leading and filing all securities documentation. Assist with corporate governance matters. Ensure compliance with NASDAQ rules and regulations. Assist on stock administration matters arising under the Company's equity compensation plans. Oversee and provide legal support on debt, equity and reinsurance offerings as necessary. Review and negotiate third party contracts, advise on general commercial and litigation matters, work with outside counsel on a wide array of issues. Research and prepare memoranda on legal issues, and provide advice on compliance, regulatory, and general securities and business matters. Work collaboratively with other attorneys in the legal department and management to help solve complex problems. Assist with the continued development of processes and procedures to support the Company's maturing operations. Support and work collaboratively with the finance, investor relations and accounting departments on public company, legal and compliance matters as they arise. Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational conferences and seminars; review professional publications; establish personal networks; benchmark state-of-the-art practices; participates in professional societies. Perform ad hoc responsibilities as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school; license to practice law in one or more states and/or the District of Columbia. If not licensed in California, then eligible to be admitted as a Corporate Counsel. 3+ years of professional corporate and securities legal experience in a business environment in a top law firm. Experience in mortgage or insurance a plus. Expertise in drafting and negotiating a wide range of legal documents and contracts. Proficiency with Microsoft Office products, Outlook, Nitro Pro, Diligent OneClick, Workiva, Echosign and Adaptive Insights. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to work independently under general direction with latitude for initiative and independent judgment. Thinks strategically and provides direction in order to meet department and Company initiatives. Ability to work effectively at all levels within the organization. Works ethically and with integrity supporting organizational goals and values. Displays commitment to excellence and fosters collaboration toward a common vision and shared goals. Completes work in a timely manner, prioritizes competing demands appropriately and meets deadlines. Collaborative, resourceful, and willing to engage in a wide variety of tasks and responsibilities.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-23

Corporate Counsel

Irvine CA Corporate Counsel Duties: Work extensively with executives and managers in the Retail Development function to obtain objectives related to the dealer network. Providing advice on dealer franchise law and review and development of company policies related to network planning, dealer sales performance, dealer financial performance, dealer establishment, dealership transfers, dealership facility requirements, sales incentives, marketing, service and warranty operations, distribution, and customer service. Assist with the drafting of policy documents, letters, dealer agreements, and dealership performance reviews. May handle litigation, including risk assessment, case strategy, settlement, budgeting, discovery and other case management activities. Claims and defenses related to dealer add points, protests, terminations, and bankruptcies, etc. Advise and train managers in virtually all departments of the Company related to dealer operations and legal issues. Proactively address other legal matters as needed and work to make your colleagues successful.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Admitted to California State Bar. 6-8 years' top-tier law firm or in-house experience preferred. Experience in automotive industry preferred. Both transactional and litigation background is helpful. Demonstrate managerial, organizational, and interpersonal communication (verbal and written) skills. Ability to create timely and insightful executive reports and analysis. Exellent writing skills. Mastery of standard office software (Microsoft Office) and ability to learn other company software systems. Work collaboratively and cross-functionally with other in-house counsel team members in other legal areas to identify and resolve legal issues.
Legal 6 - 8 Full-time 2020-11-19

Corporate Counsel

Manhattan Beach CA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Review, negotiate and draft NDAs, letters of intent, purchase agreements, corporate documents and other investment-related legal documentation. Review and opine on critical legal due diligence documentation and risk areas. Manage legal issues with regard to existing portfolio companies including employment, compensation, contracts and disputes. Manage complex legal structuring involving multiple entities, investors, lenders and equity incentive holders.

Requirements: JD degree with a strong academic background. Active membership of an established Bar. Transactional M&A experience with a reputable law firm or in a top corporate or investment management legal department. Significant experience in legal practice including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a variety of investment agreements; drafting and reviewing legal memoranda; analyzing complex legal and factual issues; performing substantive legal research; and advising stakeholders. Excellent interpersonal, analytical, problem-solving, and organizational skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Excellent judgment; able to handle multiple projects and set priorities. Able and willing to handle a variety of tasks across a broad range of substantive areas and to learn new areas quickly.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-19

Senior Corporate/commercial Counsel

Palo Alto CA Senior Corporate/Commercial Counsel Duties: Review, negotiate, draft and manage sophisticated fintech transactions and strategic partnerships with leading banks, financial institutions, and fintech service providers. Advise on fintech transactions involving payment systems, payment rails, and electronic payments (such as ACH, virtual cards, RTP, and debit rails). Independently lead and manage complex fintech transactions from start to finish. Partner with our bank & strategic partnerships team to complete significant partnerships with major U.S. banks and financial institutions. Partner with our product team to establish strategic partnerships with leading fintech service providers and technology companies. Work with cross-functional teams to provide legal review of new vendor contracts for inbound purchases of third-party SaaS tools, products and services.

Qualifications: JD Degree and active state bar membership. 10+ years of relevant experience at a leading fintech company or major law firm. Experience in reviewing, negotiating, drafting, and managing complex commercial contracts with sophisticated fintech service providers, banks and financial institutions. Expertise in fintech transactions involving payment systems and electronic payment methods (such as ACH, virtual cards, RTP, and debit rails). Experience with financial laws and regulations and familiarity with information security and data protection issues. Outstanding judgment and integrity who can create practical business solutions for difficult issues. Demonstrated ability to independently manage and balance complex transactions.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-11-19

Corporate Counsel, Clinical Operations

San Diego CA Corporate Counsel, Clinical Operations The candidate will be serving as critical member of a collaborative and dynamic team, will assist the Company in achieving its business objectives through the review and negotiation of commercial agreements related to clinical operations, including confidentiality agreements, vendor agreements (e.g., CRO master services agreements), consulting agreements, clinical trial agreements and software licenses. Collaborate with internal clients across functional areas including chemistry, biology, regulatory and clinical operations. Counsel internal clients on compliance issues, including review of clinical trial-related documents such as informed consent documents and protocols. Assignments beyond clinical operations may also be part of this role, depending upon the needs of the Company. JD (Juris Doctor) degree from a top accredited law school with strong academic credentials. Have experience at a major law firm, as well as in-house experience at a pharmaceutical company, medical device company, CRO, IRB or academic medical institution. Proven track record of collaborating with cross-functional groups to set objectives and produce meaningful results. Proven ability to build strong relationships with internal clients and provide solution-oriented, practical guidance. Possess high degree of professional ethics and integrity. Excellent judgment and ability to operate in a fast-paced, small legal department on a broad range of commercial and legal matters. Experience developing policies and procedures is a plus. Outstanding verbal and written communication skills required. Will be a transactional attorney with 4-6 years of related industry experience. Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2020-11-19
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Associate Corporate Counsel - Autonomous Vehicles
Refer job# OGKR153582
 
Associate Corporate Counsel - Autonomous Vehicles Duties: Ensure the proper, consistent administrative handling of SEC reporting, disclosure and related Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance procedures. Compliance and legal trainings to employees. Assist in drafting and reviewing public disclosures and corporate communications, including earnings releases, press releases and corporate presentations. Secretarial support including drafting documents and minutes for Board meetings, organizing and maintaining company documents and records, respond to requests for information. Assist in export control and trade compliance. Assist in monitoring, maintaining and implementing various corporate governance practices and policies. Assist with M&A and other strategic transactions as needed.

Requirements: Admitted to at least one Bar. 3 years' corporate experience in a global public company setting. Extensive knowledge of federal securities regulations; familiar with SEC reporting procedures and timeline. Highly organized, strong attention to detail and proofreading skills. Ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive matters.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Securities
Refer job# RCJD153621
 
Corporate Counsel, Securities Duties: Prepare and provide advice regarding securities law disclosure/compliance for Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, Current Reports on Form 8-K, proxy statements and various registration statements. Provide securities law advice and compliance guidance for earnings releases, investor materials and management presentations. Provide advice regarding our compliance with the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934, Regulation FD and Sarbanes-Oxley. Provide legal support to the Company's Board of Directors and Board Committees on various corporate governance matters, which includes drafting and reviewing materials prepared for the Board of Directors and Board Committee meetings. Respond to general corporate and securities disclosure questions, including but not limited to preparing or commenting on board resolutions. Assist with preparations and the planning of annual stockholder meeting. Provide legal advice and counseling with respect to various securities and corporate governance. Advise on compliance with NYSE listing standards and handle NYSE submissions. Partner with our Investor Relations team regarding public company communications, including press releases, investor presentations, earnings announcements and other disclosures. Partner with the company's stock administration team and assist with administering our Insider Trading Policy, 10b5-1 plans and related employee and non-employee director equity matters. Create Equity Incentive Plan Agreements for employees and non-employee directors. Draft, review, advise on and submit SEC filings. Review, investigate, and respond to consumer and investor pre-litigation disputes. Actively manage securities-related formal litigation, including through proper selection of counsel, discovery, and capitalization of settlement opportunities. Manage the negotiation, execution, performance, modification, and termination of contracts involving services which necessitate compliance with SEC guidelines and other federal law. Administer build-out of company's internal policies and procedures related to compliance with laws and regulations applicable to a public company, including training and assisting the company's legal team with reporting, disclosure, and investigatory requirements. Partner to and with cross-functional teams including Investor Relations, Finance, Capital Markets, and HR. Supports other legal functions of the company including but not limited to litigation and research as business needs arise.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree is a must. Must have 7 years of experience, including at least 3 years at a nationally recognized law firm with significant work in a corporate & securities practice or in-house experience in a publicly traded company. Experience in preparation of public company SEC reporting documents, including '34 Act filings (10-K, 10-Q), proxy statement, 8-K, Section 16 reporting and strong SEC disclosure drafting skills. Depth of legal knowledge relating to the 1933 Act, 1934 Act, NYSE rules and Delaware corporate law. Proficient math skills to prepare and/or review SEC filings. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrate a naturally business-friendly approach to legal problem-solving and be able to effectively counsel internal clients by providing clear, concise and practical advice as well as creative solutions. Ability to work independently and collaboratively, with excellent business judgment and strategic thinking, and a proactive, solution-oriented approach. Strong detail orientation and highly organized. Manage multiple priorities and deadlines; strong sense of urgency and responsiveness. Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Ethical, with a commitment to company values.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UZST153623
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will have a wide portfolio of job responsibilities, including negotiation and management of contracts, research into land use law and the obtaining of entitlements, and managing legal issues and communications with various parties including public agencies, consultants, financial institutions, tenants, and community organizations. Should preferably have 1-3 years experience in real estate setting (either law firm or real estate company). Must have experience and knowledge of fundamental concepts in real estate investment, finance, land use and planning. Should have Licensed to practice law in California.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector (fed/sled)
Refer job# QWBO153503
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector (Fed/SLED) Candidate will negotiate, structure, and close Teaming, Reseller and other contracts relating to US Federal business, working directly with the Company's Federal Sales and Business Development organizations. Will also negotiate, structure and close our Customer Agreements relating to State, Local and Education business, working directly with our SLED Sales and Business Development Organization. When the need arises, may also ask to assist with general commercial contracting matters in the Americas. Will help develop and mature the operational model for the Company's contract negotiation and management processes. Will assist in the development of contract templates, playbooks and SOPs. Will serve as a subject matter expert on all matters related to state, local and federal government contracts, to include providing advice on FAR, DFARS, and agency level supplemental regulations, as well as applicable state laws. Will help build and strengthen communications and relationships between the Legal and client departments. Will partner with co-workers who are sharp and motivated, combined with a company culture that is open, welcoming and unique.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a top law school. License to practice law in one of the 50 United States or the District of Columbia. 5-9 years of experience in the drafting and negotiation of technology contracts with governmental bodies at a major national or international law firm and/or in house at an enterprise software or SaaS company, excellent judgment, and are able to balance legal risks with business strategy. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Self-starting, proactive, driven, adaptable person who can, with poise and patience, prioritize and manage multiple projects and recalibrate advice in view of shifting priorities, legal developments, and risk tolerance. Experience with, or at least a good working knowledge of, open source business models and related legal issues is a major plus. Proven ability to consistently deliver extraordinary, thoughtful, user-experience focused results in a dynamic environment. Familiarity with data protection and privacy issues and concerns in the context of technology transactions is a significant plus. Prior experience representing high-growth or startup technology companies is strongly preferred. Ability to collaborate and function well in a team environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FMQX153566
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Lead and support on negotiation of deals with clients, celebrity and influencer talent, and studios. Act as a true business partner, advising on deal structure, concept, and execution. Draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of contracts, terms, and correspondence (including master services agreements, statements of work, memoranda of understanding and letters of intent, integration agreements, and talent agreements). Advise on legal risks and exposure at both the industry and campaign-specific levels. Maintain knowledge and update the legal team regarding applicable laws, regulations, and industry guidance that impact BEN's agreements and business practices. Conduct legal research and advise on various legal issues, including regulatory matters, intellectual property, data security, and advertising law. Manage outside counsel.

Qualifications: BA/BS degree and JD Degree from a top law school. Member of the California Bar in good standing. 1-3 years of transactional experience at a top tier law firm; experience in technology, intellectual property, entertainment, and/or startup work is a plus. Superior communication, writing, drafting, and negotiation skills. Strong, creative problem-solving skills, ability to think nimbly. Exceptional interpersonal skills and a demonstrated ability to work as a collaborative, supportive team member while also being proactive and independent.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CWFF153427
 
Director, Corporate Counsel Duties: Oversee and ensure compliance with obligations under federal securities laws, including preparation and filing of 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, Section 16 reports and 1934 Act filings, including leading and filing all securities documentation. Assist with corporate governance matters. Ensure compliance with NASDAQ rules and regulations. Assist on stock administration matters arising under the Company's equity compensation plans. Oversee and provide legal support on debt, equity and reinsurance offerings as necessary. Review and negotiate third party contracts, advise on general commercial and litigation matters, work with outside counsel on a wide array of issues. Research and prepare memoranda on legal issues, and provide advice on compliance, regulatory, and general securities and business matters. Work collaboratively with other attorneys in the legal department and management to help solve complex problems. Assist with the continued development of processes and procedures to support the Company's maturing operations. Support and work collaboratively with the finance, investor relations and accounting departments on public company, legal and compliance matters as they arise. Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational conferences and seminars; review professional publications; establish personal networks; benchmark state-of-the-art practices; participates in professional societies. Perform ad hoc responsibilities as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school; license to practice law in one or more states and/or the District of Columbia. If not licensed in California, then eligible to be admitted as a Corporate Counsel. 3+ years of professional corporate and securities legal experience in a business environment in a top law firm. Experience in mortgage or insurance a plus. Expertise in drafting and negotiating a wide range of legal documents and contracts. Proficiency with Microsoft Office products, Outlook, Nitro Pro, Diligent OneClick, Workiva, Echosign and Adaptive Insights. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to work independently under general direction with latitude for initiative and independent judgment. Thinks strategically and provides direction in order to meet department and Company initiatives. Ability to work effectively at all levels within the organization. Works ethically and with integrity supporting organizational goals and values. Displays commitment to excellence and fosters collaboration toward a common vision and shared goals. Completes work in a timely manner, prioritizes competing demands appropriately and meets deadlines. Collaborative, resourceful, and willing to engage in a wide variety of tasks and responsibilities.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# QNHF153342
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Work extensively with executives and managers in the Retail Development function to obtain objectives related to the dealer network. Providing advice on dealer franchise law and review and development of company policies related to network planning, dealer sales performance, dealer financial performance, dealer establishment, dealership transfers, dealership facility requirements, sales incentives, marketing, service and warranty operations, distribution, and customer service. Assist with the drafting of policy documents, letters, dealer agreements, and dealership performance reviews. May handle litigation, including risk assessment, case strategy, settlement, budgeting, discovery and other case management activities. Claims and defenses related to dealer add points, protests, terminations, and bankruptcies, etc. Advise and train managers in virtually all departments of the Company related to dealer operations and legal issues. Proactively address other legal matters as needed and work to make your colleagues successful.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Admitted to California State Bar. 6-8 years' top-tier law firm or in-house experience preferred. Experience in automotive industry preferred. Both transactional and litigation background is helpful. Demonstrate managerial, organizational, and interpersonal communication (verbal and written) skills. Ability to create timely and insightful executive reports and analysis. Exellent writing skills. Mastery of standard office software (Microsoft Office) and ability to learn other company software systems. Work collaboratively and cross-functionally with other in-house counsel team members in other legal areas to identify and resolve legal issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# MGVY153374
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Review, negotiate and draft NDAs, letters of intent, purchase agreements, corporate documents and other investment-related legal documentation. Review and opine on critical legal due diligence documentation and risk areas. Manage legal issues with regard to existing portfolio companies including employment, compensation, contracts and disputes. Manage complex legal structuring involving multiple entities, investors, lenders and equity incentive holders.

Requirements: JD degree with a strong academic background. Active membership of an established Bar. Transactional M&A experience with a reputable law firm or in a top corporate or investment management legal department. Significant experience in legal practice including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a variety of investment agreements; drafting and reviewing legal memoranda; analyzing complex legal and factual issues; performing substantive legal research; and advising stakeholders. Excellent interpersonal, analytical, problem-solving, and organizational skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Excellent judgment; able to handle multiple projects and set priorities. Able and willing to handle a variety of tasks across a broad range of substantive areas and to learn new areas quickly.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate/commercial Counsel
Refer job# DAHM153376
 
Senior Corporate/Commercial Counsel Duties: Review, negotiate, draft and manage sophisticated fintech transactions and strategic partnerships with leading banks, financial institutions, and fintech service providers. Advise on fintech transactions involving payment systems, payment rails, and electronic payments (such as ACH, virtual cards, RTP, and debit rails). Independently lead and manage complex fintech transactions from start to finish. Partner with our bank & strategic partnerships team to complete significant partnerships with major U.S. banks and financial institutions. Partner with our product team to establish strategic partnerships with leading fintech service providers and technology companies. Work with cross-functional teams to provide legal review of new vendor contracts for inbound purchases of third-party SaaS tools, products and services.

Qualifications: JD Degree and active state bar membership. 10+ years of relevant experience at a leading fintech company or major law firm. Experience in reviewing, negotiating, drafting, and managing complex commercial contracts with sophisticated fintech service providers, banks and financial institutions. Expertise in fintech transactions involving payment systems and electronic payment methods (such as ACH, virtual cards, RTP, and debit rails). Experience with financial laws and regulations and familiarity with information security and data protection issues. Outstanding judgment and integrity who can create practical business solutions for difficult issues. Demonstrated ability to independently manage and balance complex transactions.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel, Clinical Operations
Refer job# HPBL153383
 
Corporate Counsel, Clinical Operations The candidate will be serving as critical member of a collaborative and dynamic team, will assist the Company in achieving its business objectives through the review and negotiation of commercial agreements related to clinical operations, including confidentiality agreements, vendor agreements (e.g., CRO master services agreements), consulting agreements, clinical trial agreements and software licenses. Collaborate with internal clients across functional areas including chemistry, biology, regulatory and clinical operations. Counsel internal clients on compliance issues, including review of clinical trial-related documents such as informed consent documents and protocols. Assignments beyond clinical operations may also be part of this role, depending upon the needs of the Company. JD (Juris Doctor) degree from a top accredited law school with strong academic credentials. Have experience at a major law firm, as well as in-house experience at a pharmaceutical company, medical device company, CRO, IRB or academic medical institution. Proven track record of collaborating with cross-functional groups to set objectives and produce meaningful results. Proven ability to build strong relationships with internal clients and provide solution-oriented, practical guidance. Possess high degree of professional ethics and integrity. Excellent judgment and ability to operate in a fast-paced, small legal department on a broad range of commercial and legal matters. Experience developing policies and procedures is a plus. Outstanding verbal and written communication skills required. Will be a transactional attorney with 4-6 years of related industry experience.
 
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Mobile office of a **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. Top Ranked Law Firm seeks corporate and real estate associate attorney with 6+ years of experience....


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Tempe office of our client seeks workers? compensation defense attorney with experience. The candidate will be managing cases independently, interacting with clients personally, ethically and professi...


 

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