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Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate And Securities

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate And Securities The candidate will be responsible for: Manage the preparation of SEC filings, including Form 10-K, Form 10-Q, Form 8-K, proxy statements and Section 16 filings, assist with Disclosure Committee process and ensure Oktas compliance with NASDAQ listing rules and requirements. Support Investor Relations, Marketing and Communications teams, including drafting and reviewing press releases, earnings releases, investor presentations and other materials, advise on Regulation FD and address other analyst, media and communication matters. Prepare for annual stockholder meetings, including planning and logistics. Assist in the coordination of board and committee meetings and provide legal support and governance advice on matters relating to board and committee best practices. Assist with corporate structure, including formation and maintenance of domestic and international subsidiaries and restructuring of corporate entities. Support major transactions, including M&A and strategic transactions. Coordinate with and efficiently manage external counsel. Assist on other matters as needed. Must have J.D. degree, strong academic credentials and California state bar membership. Should have 5+ years of relevant legal experience at a top firm or in-house (a combination is a plus). Must have significant experience coordinating securities filings, including Form 10-K, Form 10-Q, Form 8-K, proxy statements and Section 16 filings. Should have experience working with the SEC and NASDAQ, with significant knowledge of the 33 Act, 34 Act, Regulation FD and NASDAQ listing rules. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-21

Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial (parts & Raw Materials)

Fremont CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial (Parts & Raw Materials) The candidate will support business teams on a variety of commercial transactions and negotiations. The ideal candidate will demonstrate experience with various types of supply agreements for parts and raw materials, license/technology agreements, equipment purchase and lease agreements, and other transactional documents. A background that incorporates a mixture of law firm and in-house experience is ideal. A strong background in all facets of commercial law and contract negotiation strategy is required, experience handling commercial contract disputes and an understanding of intellectual property law are strongly preferred. This role is expected to develop strategic business relationships with Teslas suppliers and internal business stakeholders, lead contract negotiations, drive cost savings initiatives, implement strategic sourcing best practices, and provide legal advice and support on transactions supporting the day-to-day operations of the company. Should have J.D. with excellent academic credentials. Should have 6+ years handling commercial contracts, with a strong background in all facets of commercial law. Proven negotiation, drafting and analytical skills for various types of commercial contracts. Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). Demonstrated ability to work efficiently, prioritize workflow, meet demanding deadlines, and manage multi-faceted projects in a fast-paced environment. Proven track record of learning quickly, taking initiative, working proactively, being resourceful and taking on additional responsibility. In-house legal experience is a plus. Experience with commercial contract disputes and intellectual property law is preferred. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-18

Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial (parts & Raw Materials)

Palo Alto CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial (Parts & Raw Materials) The candidate will support business teams on a variety of commercial transactions and negotiations. The ideal candidate will demonstrate experience with various types of supply agreements for parts and raw materials, license/technology agreements, equipment purchase and lease agreements, and other transactional documents. A background that incorporates a mixture of law firm and in-house experience is ideal. A strong background in all facets of commercial law and contract negotiation strategy is required, experience handling commercial contract disputes and an understanding of intellectual property law are strongly preferred. This role is expected to develop strategic business relationships with Teslas suppliers and internal business stakeholders, lead contract negotiations, drive cost savings initiatives, implement strategic sourcing best practices, and provide legal advice and support on transactions supporting the day-to-day operations of the company. Should have J.D. with excellent academic credentials. Should have 6+ years handling commercial contracts, with a strong background in all facets of commercial law. Proven negotiation, drafting and analytical skills for various types of commercial contracts. Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). Demonstrated ability to work efficiently, prioritize workflow, meet demanding deadlines, and manage multi-faceted projects in a fast-paced environment. Proven track record of learning quickly, taking initiative, working proactively, being resourceful and taking on additional responsibility. In-house legal experience is a plus. Experience with commercial contract disputes and intellectual property law is preferred. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-18

Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate & Securities

Mountain View CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate and Securities Duties: Assisting internal SEC reporting team on preparation and filing of periodic reports on Form 10-Q and Form 10-K and current reports on Form 8-K, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, and other public company disclosure and capital markets issues. Collaborating on earnings releases, support the activities of the Disclosure Committee and assist in the preparation of annual stockholder meetings. Supporting our business teams in strategic transactions, like recent acquisitions of StorReduce and Compuverde. Assisting with corporate governance matters, including Board and Committee support, policies and charters. Ensuring compliance with NYSE rules. Administering and maintaining public company policies and procedures, including our Insider Trading Policy, and administration related to Pures EIP, ESPP, and 10b5-1 trading plans. Providing strategic legal advice to finance, communications, investor relations, HR, tax, and corporate development groups. Expanding responsibilities beyond corporate and securities to any number of areas may find interesting and helpful to long-term career goals.

Qualifications: JD Degree and California Bar with excellent academic credentials. 4-7 years of top-notch relevant experience in a national law firm and/or in-house role. 33 and 34 Act disclosure and reporting experience. Representation of public companies on governance issues and Board support. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize and work independently. Practical, proactive, business-savvy and results-oriented. A team player focused on helping others achieve corporate objectives; ability to lead cross-functional groups and operate in a fast-paced, flexible culture. High ethical standards; ability to maintain the confidentiality of non-public corporate information.
Legal 4 - 7 Full-time 2019-11-18

Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate And Securities

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate and Securities Duties: Manage the preparation of SEC, UK and other international securities filings. Assist with the disclosure committee process and ensure compliance with SEC, UK and Nasdaq rules and regulations. Partner with investor relations, public relations and internal communications teams in drafting and reviewing press releases, earnings releases, investor presentations and other materials, as well as addressing other analyst, media and communication matters. Provide legal support, corporate governance advice and best practices on matters relating to the board of directors and its committees. Manage corporate structure, including formation, dissolution and restructuring of global subsidiaries. Support stock plan administration activities, including employee education and the management of insider trading policy, trading windows and 10b5-1 plans. Provide legal advice and guidance to various cross-functional teams, including treasury, tax, finance, human resources and risk and compliance, on a range of corporate matters. Develop and improve policies, processes, playbooks, and form documents to help scale. Support major transactions, including M&A and other strategic transactions, as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree and a state bar member in good standing. 4-7 years of combined law-firm and in-house corporate experience. Significant experience with public-company reporting requirements, including preparation and coordination of securities filings with minimal oversight. Highly proficient knowledge of SEC and Nasdaq listing rules and regulations. Excellent business judgment and strategic thinking skills with the ability to assess and tolerate legal risk in a pragmatic, flexible, and creative way. Skilled at communicating legal concepts and priorities to non-legal teams clearly, succinctly and diplomatically. Excited to continually improve processes and drive operational excellence within an environment that is fast-paced, complex, and fluid. Can execute under pressure and within tight timelines, with tremendous organization and attention to detail and a strong sense of ownership. Ability to work effectively with and manage outside counsel. Is a team player with high integrity, humility, a healthy sense of humor and a how-can-I-help, get-it-done attitude.
Legal 4 - 7 Full-time 2019-11-16

Senior Corporate Counsel

Milpitas CA Senior Corporate Counsel DUTIES: Assist in the preparation and review of securities filings (periodic and current reports, proxy statements, registration statements and Section 16 filings). Draft Board of Directors and committee meeting materials covering topics such as strategic transactions and corporate governance best practices. Provide legal support to the treasury and finance functions, including large corporate finance transactions, ongoing debt covenant compliance, hedging activities and factoring arrangements. Oversee domestic and foreign subsidiary management and legal entity restructuring matters. Develop strong working relationships and trust with members of the treasury and finance functions, other functional groups and business units. Recommend policy, process and/or practice changes with impact on one or more functional groups or business units. Effectively manage outside counsel on a global basis.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree from accredited law school. Current member of the California or New York bar association in good standing. 4-7 years experience practicing at a national law firm or at a national law firm plus as an in-house attorney. Experience in the areas of securities laws and corporate finance. Experience working for and/or representing publicly traded companies. Proficiency in drafting, reviewing and analyzing transaction documentation, while collaborating on strategy and risk considerations. Demonstrated ability to proactively identify, analyze and resolve issues, anticipate the needs of clients and supervisors and provide business-focused and practical legal advice with a high degree of integrity. Ability to effectively communicate legal issues in a clear and understandable manner. Demonstrated ability to inspire trust and confidence through effective communication and interpersonal skills. Strong work ethic and ability to produce high quality work under deadline pressures. Self-starter with an appetite for problem-solving and ability to own projects or tasks to see goals through to completion. Ability to exercise independent judgment and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Good sense of humor, positive attitude and ability to stay calm and collected under pressure.
Legal 4 - 7 Full-time 2019-11-15

Counsel, Corporate Entertainment & Finance

Los Angeles CA Counsel, Corporate Entertainment & Finance The candidate will work as part of the companys Corporate & Finance Team. Will be responsible for structure, negotiate and draft agreements with financiers, lenders, completion guarantors, producers and distributors. He or she will work closely with the content team (both business and legal), M&A group, handle related intellectual property and corporate structure matters as they arise (e.g., intercompany agreements, copyright, chain-of-title analysis).

The candidate should have at least 6+ years of broad-based film and television finance and M&A experience, including direct experience structuring, negotiating and drafting credit and security agreements (and all related documents), distribution agreements, licensing agreements, negative pick-ups, domestic and foreign tax incentives and co-production arrangements, and possess practical knowledge of the industry (including content windowing strategies, and the evolving theatrical, VOD, pay TV, syndication and home video landscapes). Should be extremely comfortable making decisions that have both legal and business impacts. A combination of law firm experience and experience providing in-house support preferred. Clear and concise communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills. Strong analytical capabilities and judgment, even when the rules are unclear and the issues are of first impression. Ability to distill important points and frame and present issues succinctly. Ability to work proactively, independently and reliably under tight timeframes in a fast-paced environment. Ability to pivot quickly and fluidly, think practically and be solution-oriented. Curiosity and willingness to tackle matters outside area of expertise. Ability to work effectively and collaborate cross-functionally with people having diverse viewpoints and interests.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-15

Sr. Corporate Counsel- Service Provider

San Jose CA Sr. Corporate Counsel- Service Provider The candidate will draft and negotiate contracts with company customers, including direct sales, RFP/RFIs, resale, nondisclosure, software license/sublicense, evaluation, cloud contracts, XaaS, flexible consumption models, dispute settlements and alliance agreements. Provide advice to senior sales management and other supporting functions, analyzing legal issues impacting the business. Participate on cross-functional teams passionate about continuous process improvement. Advise on business policies and practices. Research and present on key legal/contract issues that impact the business.

The candidate should have 6+ years of experience working in one or more companies with a strong software and services pedigree and must be familiar with the operational, legal and business issues presented by selling products, software and services. Understand corporate structure and organization charts. Negotiate to a specific goal with little supervision. Have a creative mindset with the ability to use design thinking and other tools to innovate. Read, understand and interpret basic financial reporting. Identify and handle the flow of key information up the management chain and across the client base. Operate efficiently in an environment heavily dependent on e-enabled tools and communications systems, including high proficiency in and effective use of basic desktop applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel). Have a working knowledge of Ciscos technology and strategic direction. Detailed knowledge of commercial, contract and business law. Working knowledge of intellectual property and data protection law. Experience with revenue recognition principles is a plus. The ability to read and understand complex contracts. The ability to draft language for a broad range of issues and contracts. Significant experience negotiating business transactions, including complex business transactions, software-as-a-service, software licensing and cloud deals. Must be comfortable working in a dynamic environment and demonstrate the ability to successfully handle frequent changes in priorities, deadlines, and workload. Must understand contracting principles and their impact on the business, finding creative solutions to issues. Must have strong communication skills, including the ability to expertly and concisely communicate (in writing and verbally) complex legal and business issues with senior staff both inside and outside the company. 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. Have well-developed organizational and prioritization abilities allowing for the smooth and simultaneous management of multiple projects with complex and demanding deadlines.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-15

Corporate Counsel, Tech Transactions

San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel, Tech Transactions The candidate will negotiate technology transactions and company agreements, working closely with company's tech sourcing, business development, and national ad sales teams. Will also have regular exposure to other areas of the business, with the opportunity to grow and develop in areas they may be less familiar with while helping their colleagues at the same time. Should have a J.D. degree from a top law school with California Bar or in-house registration. Must have 4+ years of experience negotiating commercial/tech contracts, big and small. Substantial exposure to and experience with data privacy and security issues is required. Big firm and/or boutique or in-house experience with recognized technology clients is needed. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-07

Senior Corporate Counsel

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will report to the company s Deputy General Counsel and will assist in driving commercial transactions in North America. Mentor and train junior lawyers within the transactions team. Negotiate complex software license agreements in accordance with Legal Playbook and company risk tolerance. Handle a significant number of emails daily but also have the self-discipline to focus on 7-figure transactions with leading Fortune 500 companies. Respond promptly to requests from internal clients; summarize and communicate legal risks in a way that business people can understand. Assist in the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and the Legal Playbook. Must have New York Bar admission with 5+ years of relevant experience at a law firm and/or in-house (the ideal candidate will have both law firm and in-house experience). Extensive experience negotiating complex software license agreements, vendor/supplier contracts and reseller agreements for technology companies is required. Should preferably have Exceptional contract negotiation and drafting skills, with the ability to negotiate multi-year, multi-million-dollar license agreements with the world s largest enterprises. Must have familiarity with Google Docs, Gmail, Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat Pro, DocuSign and Salesforce, but will train a person who has experience with similar tools or a willingness to learn. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-06
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate And Securities
Refer job# ZAKN147000
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate And Securities The candidate will be responsible for: Manage the preparation of SEC filings, including Form 10-K, Form 10-Q, Form 8-K, proxy statements and Section 16 filings, assist with Disclosure Committee process and ensure Oktas compliance with NASDAQ listing rules and requirements. Support Investor Relations, Marketing and Communications teams, including drafting and reviewing press releases, earnings releases, investor presentations and other materials, advise on Regulation FD and address other analyst, media and communication matters. Prepare for annual stockholder meetings, including planning and logistics. Assist in the coordination of board and committee meetings and provide legal support and governance advice on matters relating to board and committee best practices. Assist with corporate structure, including formation and maintenance of domestic and international subsidiaries and restructuring of corporate entities. Support major transactions, including M&A and strategic transactions. Coordinate with and efficiently manage external counsel. Assist on other matters as needed. Must have J.D. degree, strong academic credentials and California state bar membership. Should have 5+ years of relevant legal experience at a top firm or in-house (a combination is a plus). Must have significant experience coordinating securities filings, including Form 10-K, Form 10-Q, Form 8-K, proxy statements and Section 16 filings. Should have experience working with the SEC and NASDAQ, with significant knowledge of the 33 Act, 34 Act, Regulation FD and NASDAQ listing rules.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial (parts & Raw Materials)
Refer job# ILLH146959
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial (Parts & Raw Materials) The candidate will support business teams on a variety of commercial transactions and negotiations. The ideal candidate will demonstrate experience with various types of supply agreements for parts and raw materials, license/technology agreements, equipment purchase and lease agreements, and other transactional documents. A background that incorporates a mixture of law firm and in-house experience is ideal. A strong background in all facets of commercial law and contract negotiation strategy is required, experience handling commercial contract disputes and an understanding of intellectual property law are strongly preferred. This role is expected to develop strategic business relationships with Teslas suppliers and internal business stakeholders, lead contract negotiations, drive cost savings initiatives, implement strategic sourcing best practices, and provide legal advice and support on transactions supporting the day-to-day operations of the company. Should have J.D. with excellent academic credentials. Should have 6+ years handling commercial contracts, with a strong background in all facets of commercial law. Proven negotiation, drafting and analytical skills for various types of commercial contracts. Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). Demonstrated ability to work efficiently, prioritize workflow, meet demanding deadlines, and manage multi-faceted projects in a fast-paced environment. Proven track record of learning quickly, taking initiative, working proactively, being resourceful and taking on additional responsibility. In-house legal experience is a plus. Experience with commercial contract disputes and intellectual property law is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial (parts & Raw Materials)
Refer job# KRHN146960
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial (Parts & Raw Materials) The candidate will support business teams on a variety of commercial transactions and negotiations. The ideal candidate will demonstrate experience with various types of supply agreements for parts and raw materials, license/technology agreements, equipment purchase and lease agreements, and other transactional documents. A background that incorporates a mixture of law firm and in-house experience is ideal. A strong background in all facets of commercial law and contract negotiation strategy is required, experience handling commercial contract disputes and an understanding of intellectual property law are strongly preferred. This role is expected to develop strategic business relationships with Teslas suppliers and internal business stakeholders, lead contract negotiations, drive cost savings initiatives, implement strategic sourcing best practices, and provide legal advice and support on transactions supporting the day-to-day operations of the company. Should have J.D. with excellent academic credentials. Should have 6+ years handling commercial contracts, with a strong background in all facets of commercial law. Proven negotiation, drafting and analytical skills for various types of commercial contracts. Excellent communication skills (verbal and written). Demonstrated ability to work efficiently, prioritize workflow, meet demanding deadlines, and manage multi-faceted projects in a fast-paced environment. Proven track record of learning quickly, taking initiative, working proactively, being resourceful and taking on additional responsibility. In-house legal experience is a plus. Experience with commercial contract disputes and intellectual property law is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate & Securities
Refer job# LYGV146967
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate and Securities Duties: Assisting internal SEC reporting team on preparation and filing of periodic reports on Form 10-Q and Form 10-K and current reports on Form 8-K, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, and other public company disclosure and capital markets issues. Collaborating on earnings releases, support the activities of the Disclosure Committee and assist in the preparation of annual stockholder meetings. Supporting our business teams in strategic transactions, like recent acquisitions of StorReduce and Compuverde. Assisting with corporate governance matters, including Board and Committee support, policies and charters. Ensuring compliance with NYSE rules. Administering and maintaining public company policies and procedures, including our Insider Trading Policy, and administration related to Pures EIP, ESPP, and 10b5-1 trading plans. Providing strategic legal advice to finance, communications, investor relations, HR, tax, and corporate development groups. Expanding responsibilities beyond corporate and securities to any number of areas may find interesting and helpful to long-term career goals.

Qualifications: JD Degree and California Bar with excellent academic credentials. 4-7 years of top-notch relevant experience in a national law firm and/or in-house role. 33 and 34 Act disclosure and reporting experience. Representation of public companies on governance issues and Board support. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize and work independently. Practical, proactive, business-savvy and results-oriented. A team player focused on helping others achieve corporate objectives; ability to lead cross-functional groups and operate in a fast-paced, flexible culture. High ethical standards; ability to maintain the confidentiality of non-public corporate information.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate And Securities
Refer job# XHJT146944
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate and Securities Duties: Manage the preparation of SEC, UK and other international securities filings. Assist with the disclosure committee process and ensure compliance with SEC, UK and Nasdaq rules and regulations. Partner with investor relations, public relations and internal communications teams in drafting and reviewing press releases, earnings releases, investor presentations and other materials, as well as addressing other analyst, media and communication matters. Provide legal support, corporate governance advice and best practices on matters relating to the board of directors and its committees. Manage corporate structure, including formation, dissolution and restructuring of global subsidiaries. Support stock plan administration activities, including employee education and the management of insider trading policy, trading windows and 10b5-1 plans. Provide legal advice and guidance to various cross-functional teams, including treasury, tax, finance, human resources and risk and compliance, on a range of corporate matters. Develop and improve policies, processes, playbooks, and form documents to help scale. Support major transactions, including M&A and other strategic transactions, as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree and a state bar member in good standing. 4-7 years of combined law-firm and in-house corporate experience. Significant experience with public-company reporting requirements, including preparation and coordination of securities filings with minimal oversight. Highly proficient knowledge of SEC and Nasdaq listing rules and regulations. Excellent business judgment and strategic thinking skills with the ability to assess and tolerate legal risk in a pragmatic, flexible, and creative way. Skilled at communicating legal concepts and priorities to non-legal teams clearly, succinctly and diplomatically. Excited to continually improve processes and drive operational excellence within an environment that is fast-paced, complex, and fluid. Can execute under pressure and within tight timelines, with tremendous organization and attention to detail and a strong sense of ownership. Ability to work effectively with and manage outside counsel. Is a team player with high integrity, humility, a healthy sense of humor and a how-can-I-help, get-it-done attitude.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OSXY146924
 
Senior Corporate Counsel DUTIES: Assist in the preparation and review of securities filings (periodic and current reports, proxy statements, registration statements and Section 16 filings). Draft Board of Directors and committee meeting materials covering topics such as strategic transactions and corporate governance best practices. Provide legal support to the treasury and finance functions, including large corporate finance transactions, ongoing debt covenant compliance, hedging activities and factoring arrangements. Oversee domestic and foreign subsidiary management and legal entity restructuring matters. Develop strong working relationships and trust with members of the treasury and finance functions, other functional groups and business units. Recommend policy, process and/or practice changes with impact on one or more functional groups or business units. Effectively manage outside counsel on a global basis.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree from accredited law school. Current member of the California or New York bar association in good standing. 4-7 years experience practicing at a national law firm or at a national law firm plus as an in-house attorney. Experience in the areas of securities laws and corporate finance. Experience working for and/or representing publicly traded companies. Proficiency in drafting, reviewing and analyzing transaction documentation, while collaborating on strategy and risk considerations. Demonstrated ability to proactively identify, analyze and resolve issues, anticipate the needs of clients and supervisors and provide business-focused and practical legal advice with a high degree of integrity. Ability to effectively communicate legal issues in a clear and understandable manner. Demonstrated ability to inspire trust and confidence through effective communication and interpersonal skills. Strong work ethic and ability to produce high quality work under deadline pressures. Self-starter with an appetite for problem-solving and ability to own projects or tasks to see goals through to completion. Ability to exercise independent judgment and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Good sense of humor, positive attitude and ability to stay calm and collected under pressure.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Counsel, Corporate Entertainment & Finance
Refer job# AUJS146935
 
Counsel, Corporate Entertainment & Finance The candidate will work as part of the companys Corporate & Finance Team. Will be responsible for structure, negotiate and draft agreements with financiers, lenders, completion guarantors, producers and distributors. He or she will work closely with the content team (both business and legal), M&A group, handle related intellectual property and corporate structure matters as they arise (e.g., intercompany agreements, copyright, chain-of-title analysis).

The candidate should have at least 6+ years of broad-based film and television finance and M&A experience, including direct experience structuring, negotiating and drafting credit and security agreements (and all related documents), distribution agreements, licensing agreements, negative pick-ups, domestic and foreign tax incentives and co-production arrangements, and possess practical knowledge of the industry (including content windowing strategies, and the evolving theatrical, VOD, pay TV, syndication and home video landscapes). Should be extremely comfortable making decisions that have both legal and business impacts. A combination of law firm experience and experience providing in-house support preferred. Clear and concise communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills. Strong analytical capabilities and judgment, even when the rules are unclear and the issues are of first impression. Ability to distill important points and frame and present issues succinctly. Ability to work proactively, independently and reliably under tight timeframes in a fast-paced environment. Ability to pivot quickly and fluidly, think practically and be solution-oriented. Curiosity and willingness to tackle matters outside area of expertise. Ability to work effectively and collaborate cross-functionally with people having diverse viewpoints and interests.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Sr. Corporate Counsel- Service Provider
Refer job# DPBR146939
 
Sr. Corporate Counsel- Service Provider The candidate will draft and negotiate contracts with company customers, including direct sales, RFP/RFIs, resale, nondisclosure, software license/sublicense, evaluation, cloud contracts, XaaS, flexible consumption models, dispute settlements and alliance agreements. Provide advice to senior sales management and other supporting functions, analyzing legal issues impacting the business. Participate on cross-functional teams passionate about continuous process improvement. Advise on business policies and practices. Research and present on key legal/contract issues that impact the business.

The candidate should have 6+ years of experience working in one or more companies with a strong software and services pedigree and must be familiar with the operational, legal and business issues presented by selling products, software and services. Understand corporate structure and organization charts. Negotiate to a specific goal with little supervision. Have a creative mindset with the ability to use design thinking and other tools to innovate. Read, understand and interpret basic financial reporting. Identify and handle the flow of key information up the management chain and across the client base. Operate efficiently in an environment heavily dependent on e-enabled tools and communications systems, including high proficiency in and effective use of basic desktop applications (Word, PowerPoint, Excel). Have a working knowledge of Ciscos technology and strategic direction. Detailed knowledge of commercial, contract and business law. Working knowledge of intellectual property and data protection law. Experience with revenue recognition principles is a plus. The ability to read and understand complex contracts. The ability to draft language for a broad range of issues and contracts. Significant experience negotiating business transactions, including complex business transactions, software-as-a-service, software licensing and cloud deals. Must be comfortable working in a dynamic environment and demonstrate the ability to successfully handle frequent changes in priorities, deadlines, and workload. Must understand contracting principles and their impact on the business, finding creative solutions to issues. Must have strong communication skills, including the ability to expertly and concisely communicate (in writing and verbally) complex legal and business issues with senior staff both inside and outside the company. 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. 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, Tech Transactions
Refer job# IULJ146858
 
Corporate Counsel, Tech Transactions The candidate will negotiate technology transactions and company agreements, working closely with company's tech sourcing, business development, and national ad sales teams. Will also have regular exposure to other areas of the business, with the opportunity to grow and develop in areas they may be less familiar with while helping their colleagues at the same time. Should have a J.D. degree from a top law school with California Bar or in-house registration. Must have 4+ years of experience negotiating commercial/tech contracts, big and small. Substantial exposure to and experience with data privacy and security issues is required. Big firm and/or boutique or in-house experience with recognized technology clients is needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FIFQ146846
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will report to the company s Deputy General Counsel and will assist in driving commercial transactions in North America. Mentor and train junior lawyers within the transactions team. Negotiate complex software license agreements in accordance with Legal Playbook and company risk tolerance. Handle a significant number of emails daily but also have the self-discipline to focus on 7-figure transactions with leading Fortune 500 companies. Respond promptly to requests from internal clients; summarize and communicate legal risks in a way that business people can understand. Assist in the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and the Legal Playbook. Must have New York Bar admission with 5+ years of relevant experience at a law firm and/or in-house (the ideal candidate will have both law firm and in-house experience). Extensive experience negotiating complex software license agreements, vendor/supplier contracts and reseller agreements for technology companies is required. Should preferably have Exceptional contract negotiation and drafting skills, with the ability to negotiate multi-year, multi-million-dollar license agreements with the world s largest enterprises. Must have familiarity with Google Docs, Gmail, Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat Pro, DocuSign and Salesforce, but will train a person who has experience with similar tools or a willingness to learn.
 
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Location: USA-AL-Birmingham

Birmingham office of an AmLaw firm seeks appellate associate attorney with litigation experience. The candidate should preferably have substantive writing and courtroom experience....


Location: USA-AL-Birmingham

Birmingham office of an AmLaw firm seeks financial services regulatory compliance attorney with 2-5 years of licensing or enforcement experience. The candidate should preferably have experience in the...


 

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