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Associate, Corporate Counsel

San Carlos CA Associate, Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide duties include: Participate in the definition and development of corporate policies, procedures and programs and provide continuing counsel and guidance on legal matters and on legal implications of all matters. Assist in advising and consulting investment advisers and portfolio management teams. Assume responsibility for ensuring that the company conducts its business in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Review/execution of NDAs and commercial contracts, including Big 4 MSAs and SOWs, lease, IT, consulting, HR; develop forms and templates. Corporate governance; entity management: we have many entities which were set up historically for operations and as holding companies. Conduct legal research and provide legal analysis on various issues. Some travel may be required.

The candidate must have law degree required and CA Bar Membership. Have 2-4+ years of experience, a combination of law firm and in-house experience is preferred. Have a combination of experience in general corporate matters and commercial contracts are preferred, but extensive knowledge in any one of these areas will also suffice. Must thrive in a collaborative environment; engages and works effectively with business executives. Must have ability to manage multiple projects with competing priorities across global geographies. Must have excellent researching, writing, and communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively with team members on multiple levels. Must have exceptional strategic, analytical and problem-solving skills.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-08-24

Senior Corporate Counsel / Corporate Counsel, Commercial

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel / Corporate Counsel, Commercial The candidate will play a key role in supporting U.S. Sales and Professional Services organizations in structuring commercial transactions, and drafting and negotiating commercial agreements. Negotiate and draft master subscription agreements, professional services agreements and other types of agreements with customers in support of U.S. Sales and Professional Services organizations. Partner with revenue recognition, sales operations, technology operations, and other stakeholder teams to ensure agreements are consistent with internal corporate policies and processes. Partner with Sales and other internal business constituents throughout the customer lifecycle to ensure customer success and protection. Should have Undergraduate degree and a law degree from highly regarded schools. Should have 7+ years combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department including experience negotiating and drafting technology license/Internet service agreements and professional services agreements. Should have excellent written/verbal communication and negotiation skills. Should have familiarity with, or willingness to learn, technical concepts in Web applications. Should have substantive expertise in intellectual property law. Substantial experience in supporting sales departments as an internal client. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-24

Corporate Counsel, Patent

San Diego CA Corporate Counsel, Patent The candidate will create the internal and team culture, forums and collaborative processes to identify and evaluate potential IP opportunities and encourages the creation and protection of IP to ensure long-term competitive advantage. Oversees all aspects of patent application preparation and prosecution for multiple Research & Development projects including identification of new inventions, patentability and FTO searching, lifecycle management and integration of acquired/licensed patent portfolios. Manages and directs relationships with outside counsel, including patent prosecution/ assessment, assessment of infringement claims, and provision of support for patent litigation. Collaboratively manages IP aspects of companys alliance partnerships, effectively monitoring, guiding and reporting on alliance-related IP development. Counseling/Collaboration: Provides high quality legal advice to clients, including management, regarding the companys Intellectual Property. Effectively advises relevant management and project teams on material strategic and tactical IP matters and how to manage risks. Provides counseling and training to the Research & Development organization on key legal/compliance topics, in coordination with other members of the legal team. Collaborates with IP colleagues to develop and implement best IP practices within the department and organization as a whole. Business Development: Participates in assigned due diligence evaluations, performed internally and in partnership with external resources, and evaluates and reports on IP risks attendant to the contemplated transaction, as appropriate. Collaborates with business development to negotiate and draft agreements in execution of the companys corporate transaction and alliance management strategies. Confirms that assumptions relating to exclusivity and overall IP strength are accurate and consistent in financial models prior to contemplated transaction.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate and admitted to practice law in California. Admitted to practice before US Patent Office is essential. Graduate degree in Organic Chemistry, Pharmacology or Biochemistry, or equivalent industrial laboratory experience is required. Undergraduate degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or Biology is needed. Law firm and pharmaceutical corporate practice experience required, with minimum 7 years combined experience is necessary. Experience with both small molecules and biologics is preferred. Demonstrated experience in patent preparation and prosecution, licensing and negotiation, mergers and acquisitions and due diligence, litigation, strategic client counseling is must.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-24

Sr. Corporate Counsel

Los Angeles CA Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Advise on corporate finance and securities law matters, including assisting with preparing SEC-filed reports such as registration statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, and Section 16 reports. Review and evaluate potential acquisition transactions, perform due diligence reviews, structure transactions, negotiate acquisition agreements and ancillary documents, obtain governance and regulatory approvals, and assist with post-closing integration. Support corporate governance and administration for Snap Inc. and its international subsidiaries, including preparing Board of Director materials and corporate resolutions, and administering corporate records. Draft, negotiate, review, and interpret agreements covering the scope of corporate and commercial activities, including financial offerings, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, securities offerings, licensing agreements, service agreements and other partner and vendor agreements. Define and guide internal and external research that supports the objectives of the Snap business team and its partners. Advise business clients on legal issues and risks, company policies, and business strategy. Assist in creating and improving agreements and templates for corporate and strategic matters, including for new products. Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including finance, tax, stock administration, accounting, people, strategy, and engineering to manage corporate transactions and initiatives. Collaborate with outside counsel on corporate and licensing matters. Assist with special corporate projects, including compliance and securities law matters. Handle other projects at the direction of the Associate General Counsel.

Qualifications:Should have J.D. with excellent academic credentials. Should have Membership in at least one state bar (CA preferred). Should have 6+ years of experience practicing law, at a law firm or in-house, with at least one year of in-house experience handling corporate and commercial transactions, including public company SEC filings. Should preferably have experience practicing law at a top-tier firm. Experience in negotiating and documenting acquisitions, including involving internal stakeholders, managing the process to closing, and managing post-closing integration. Excellent legal and business judgment, strategic thinking, and ability to manage multiple matters, with a willingness and curiosity to learn areas of the law outside of expertise. Experience drafting, negotiating, and advising clients on complex transactions.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-23

Corporate Attorney

Vernon CA Corporate Attorney Responsible for assisting the case management process of litigated and non-litigated matters to support the Companys ability to appropriately respond. The role is critical in supporting case preparation by arranging summaries and materials, executing on the administrative cadence and sequence of litigation, including the management of Claim Notices, Claim Filings, Discovery Process, Depositions, Surveillance and Settlements. Works closely with Senior Leadership, Legal, HR and Risk Management. Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to, coordinating objective investigations with internal and external stakeholders, assisting in preparing responses to Counsel, organizing evidence, managing projects, recommending process improvements and interacting with various levels of management. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Proficient with Workers Compensation claims and case management; Ability to conduct workplace investigations and summarize findings; Ability to effectively communicate with outside counsel and third party administrators; Organized with the ability to build process around document retention and records retrieval; Consistently meet deadlines, manage projects and initiatives to completion; Excellent written communication that balances the right mix of detail and relevant information. Ability to effectively prioritize and demonstrates sound time management skills. Demonstrates a passion for details and accuracy in both research and document preparation. Basic understanding of insurance fundamentals, claims, medical terms consistent with workplace injuries. Ability to project a calm and collected demeanor during critical incidents. Maintain and model the highest levels of confidentiality and professionalism. Partners and communicates collaboratively with a focus on teamwork.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree is required, JD degree is preferred. Should have 3+ years of Attorney or Associate Attorney experience is required. Emphasis with employment law, contract review, and workers compensation defense experience, and trial experience is a plus. Bilingual, English and Spanish, is preferred. Membership to the California Bar is required. Proficiency with Microsoft Office. Some travel by plane or by car may be required.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-23

VP, Corporate Counsel

Los Angeles CA VP, Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Lead the Corporate Legal function, provide strategic corporate advice to the General Counsel and Executive Leadership Team and become a key part of a larger 10+ member Legal & Compliance Department. Assist the General Counsel with SEC/securities, M&A, capital markets and corporate governance matters and provide practical, timely advice to senior management and members of the Board. Lead all corporate legal matters for the three-person Corporate Legal team and the global business, including advising and negotiating on any corporate transactional matters, including M&A, debt and equity financings, divestitures and joint ventures, corporate procurement, IT, marketing and other vendor agreements, employment agreements, equity award agreements and NDAs. Assist the General Counsel and lead the Corporate Legal team with the orchestration and execution of the companys quarterly Board of Directors and Committee meetings, including the development of all memoranda, resolutions and other governance materials. Assist the Companys Investor Relations department with investor relations and stockholder engagement matters, press releases and investor materials. Serve as Corporate Legal liaison for the Companys shared-services functions globally, including for HR/employment, IT, marketing, investor relations, compliance, tax and finance matters. Assist the General Counsel with advising senior management on executive compensation and Company equity strategy, and assist with the Companys stock-plan administration and securities-trading programs. Assist with litigation management. Assist with the Companys global subsidiaries maintenance and corporate-entity structure. Assist with legal issues relating to the Companys real-estate portfolio. Assist the General Counsel and the Head of Legal Operations and Insurance with outside counsel and budget management. Participates in the development of corporate policies, procedures and programs and provides counsel and guidance on the legal implications of all matters.

Qualifications: 8-12 years of securities, M&A, corporate governance and/or general corporate experience. Combination of major law firm training and experience at a publicly traded company strongly preferred. SEC reporting, securities law and corporate governance experience strongly preferred; M&A and capital markets experience will also be given strong consideration. Experience working with an executive team and a board of directors. Experience managing other attorneys and support staff. Ability to lead transactions, negotiations and projects, and to draft from scratch. Familiarity and understanding of Sarbanes-Oxley and federal finance and accounting regulations. Exposure to or familiarity with the following additional areas: labor/employment, executive compensation/structures, IP, and litigation.
Legal 8 - 12 Full-time 2019-08-23

Senior Counsel, Corporate & Governance

Pleasanton CA Senior Counsel, Corporate & Governance Duties: Responsible for development of the Companys proxy statement, executive compensation reporting compliance, global corporate governance programs and training, board meeting support, corporate records, SEC filings, and legal/secretarial assistance to subsidiaries subject to the direction of the VP, Secretary & General Counsel. Provide oversight for corporate governance and executive compensation compliance and reporting, and general legal support for Corporate office and subsidiaries as needed, including assistance with document production, due diligence and support for acquisitions and other major transactions as needed. Assist Corporate Secretary with maintenance of corporate records for Company: Track meetings of the Board and its committees. Assist with production and distribution of materials for Board meetings. Assist with production of meeting minutes and maintenance of minute books. Oversee compensation of non-employee directors for Board service. Manage corporate records for subsidiaries: Maintain minute books and corporate documents for domestic subsidiaries. Coordinate with international operations and third-party secretarial services to track status and maintain corporate qualifications of international subsidiaries. Direct filing of required annual reports and other filings designated by the various domestic Secretaries of State, including annual California Corporate Disclosure reports, and maintain corporate qualifications. Oversee maintenance of corporate subsidiary database and regular distribution of informational fact sheets and organizational charts for all entities world-wide. Work with Tax and Accounting Departments to maintain global subsidiary structure, including providing legal/secretarial support for restructuring, cash movement, banking requirements, powers of attorney and other requirements. Coordinate changes to internal subsidiary appointments, including officers and directors, and work with local teams regarding periodically required filings related to director appointments. Responsibility for creation, maintenance and distribution of Corporate policies related to corporate governance, including the Companys Ethics and Business Conduct Policy. Responsibility for receipt, review and appropriate distribution of reports received through reporting channels set up for whistleblower complaints, including third party hotline system. Oversee circulation and collection of quarterly governance certifications from operations employees worldwide, review responses, and provide routine reports to internal teams and auditors Provide reports on Governance related topics as requested for various committees of the Companys Board. Work with operational divisions and internal audit teams to develop, communicate and maintain corporate governance programs, certifications, trainings, policy development and testing. Lead the development of shareholder engagement strategies and participate in engagement meetings. Manage Export Control Policy and work with operational divisions and outside counsel to evaluate the necessity of export licenses and to obtain and maintain such licenses. Responsibility for leading and improving the annual and interim filing requirements with New York Stock Exchange and maintaining compliance with NYSE reporting requirements. Supplemental Listing Applications. Annual and Interim Written Affirmations. Regular reporting via eGovDirect of shares outstanding, treasury shares, changes to Director and Officer appointments and other required reporting. Responsibility for leading the preparation and filing of the Companys annual Proxy Statement, including: Researching emerging trends with external resources; preparation of executive compensation reporting and presentation to the Companys Organization & Compensation Committee; preparation, circulation and review of the Companys annual D&O Questionnaires. Review of various Company SEC filings, including providing supporting information as needed. Responsibility for creation and filing of Forms 8-K and Forms S-8 related to executive compensation and equity plans, as needed.

Qualifications: Requires a Bachelors degree and law degree with 15+ years of experience in the field. Strong mix of both law firm and public company experience in the areas of governance, disclosure, compliance, privacy and ethics, including subsidiary management. Strong background in public company reporting requirements and exposure to Boards of Directors. Experience should include public companies with global revenue in excess of $2B. Experience in maintaining and managing positive relationships with internal customers and external vendors and consultants. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to communicate and interact across all functions and levels within the company. Interacts with all levels in the organization, including corporate executives and divisional presidents, and with outside agencies and attorneys. Intermediate skill in the use of Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Ability to read and understand highly technical material.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-21

Corporate Transactional Attorney

El Segundo CA Corporate Transactional Attorney The candidate will work closely with the business providing timely and efficient legal services in the review and drafting of proposal documents in connection with bidding on transactions. Advise annuity form filings teams on responding to regulatory inquiries and forms objections. Consistently anticipate and propose mitigation strategies for the management of potential contractual, compliance and financial risks. Establish and maintain professional working relationships with company representatives who are involved in the business. Provide legal advice to business units regarding compliance with laws and regulations that impact the business. Take the lead in devising negotiation strategies and drafting contracts and service agreements related to transactions.

The candidate should preferably have 5+ years of large law firm experience. Proven background in corporate law. Solid understanding of complex structural and corporate issues pertaining to sophisticated corporate transactions is needed. Active California law license is required. Experience providing legal advice relating to pensions and insurance products, including the Internal Revenue Code and ERISA, is a plus. Law degree from an accredited law school; top 25% of graduating class is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Senior Corporate Counsel

San Jose CA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will support the company's commercial contracting activities, including sales, marketing, service and operations. Will draft, review, analyze, modify and negotiate a variety of complex commercial agreements, including sales, marketing and operations agreements. Interpret contract requirements, obligations and risk exposure and advising on the same. Collaborate with finance, sales operations, deal desk, product operations, support, security and other business units at all levels throughout the organization to ensure that agreements adequately protect the company's interests. Support the continuous improvement of standard forms of agreement and legal processes. Be a trusted business partner, providing timely, thoughtful and helpful responses to requests from internal customers. Counsel internal customers regarding company policies, legal issues, and risk tolerance. Manage a corporate paralegal.

The candidate should have an undergraduate degree and law degree from highly-regarded school. Active membership in at least one US State Bar is required. Must have 7+ years of relevant legal experience, including major law firm and in-house counsel experience. Prior experience negotiating sales agreements for a technology company (including both hardware and software products) in a distribution/channel model (i.e., selling through OEMs, distributors and resellers) is strongly preferred. Prior experience with service agreements, supply agreements and/or real estate agreements is a plus. Experience with complex international transactions is needed. Strong understanding of commercial and financial implications of contract provisions is essential.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Senior Counsel, Corporate

San Francisco CA Senior Counsel, Corporate Duties: Lead for all corporate legal responsibilities. Manage domestic and international entity formation. Manage the Cap Table and support equity and debt financing, and secondary transactions, including producing and reviewing due diligence materials and disclosure schedules. Manage corporate governance (including updating governance docs, supporting implementation of controls, board meeting prep, and drafting board resolutions) and supporting investor relations. Support corporate development efforts, including mergers and acquisitions (M&A). Work closely with Compliance and Finance to establish and maintain appropriate corporate insurance. Be the primary point of contact for Finance on a variety of matters including global tax strategy and audit and IPO readiness. Negotiate debt transactions, including structured finance and warehouse lines. Manage real estate transactions for all entities.

Qualifications: JD Degree and admitted to practice in at least one jurisdiction. 8+ years working experience in a combination of law firms and technology or traditional financial services companies, experience in startups is a plus. Management experience or high potential and ability to build a world-class team. Creative disposition and solutions-oriented approach to lawyering that draws on a combination of your experience and your intuition coupled with validation of assumptions and the law. Thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced environment and able to turn work around very quickly, as needed. Entrepreneurial and ability to work across various modes of communication; strong sense of purpose; enjoy working cross-functionally with colleagues in a low-politic environment. Exceptional judgment and integrity, ability to handle complex matters independently and closely manage outside counsel.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-15
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Associate, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OYGC145626
 
Associate, Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide duties include: Participate in the definition and development of corporate policies, procedures and programs and provide continuing counsel and guidance on legal matters and on legal implications of all matters. Assist in advising and consulting investment advisers and portfolio management teams. Assume responsibility for ensuring that the company conducts its business in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Review/execution of NDAs and commercial contracts, including Big 4 MSAs and SOWs, lease, IT, consulting, HR; develop forms and templates. Corporate governance; entity management: we have many entities which were set up historically for operations and as holding companies. Conduct legal research and provide legal analysis on various issues. Some travel may be required.

The candidate must have law degree required and CA Bar Membership. Have 2-4+ years of experience, a combination of law firm and in-house experience is preferred. Have a combination of experience in general corporate matters and commercial contracts are preferred, but extensive knowledge in any one of these areas will also suffice. Must thrive in a collaborative environment; engages and works effectively with business executives. Must have ability to manage multiple projects with competing priorities across global geographies. Must have excellent researching, writing, and communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively with team members on multiple levels. Must have exceptional strategic, analytical and problem-solving skills.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel / Corporate Counsel, Commercial
Refer job# EGEA145630
 
Senior Corporate Counsel / Corporate Counsel, Commercial The candidate will play a key role in supporting U.S. Sales and Professional Services organizations in structuring commercial transactions, and drafting and negotiating commercial agreements. Negotiate and draft master subscription agreements, professional services agreements and other types of agreements with customers in support of U.S. Sales and Professional Services organizations. Partner with revenue recognition, sales operations, technology operations, and other stakeholder teams to ensure agreements are consistent with internal corporate policies and processes. Partner with Sales and other internal business constituents throughout the customer lifecycle to ensure customer success and protection. Should have Undergraduate degree and a law degree from highly regarded schools. Should have 7+ years combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department including experience negotiating and drafting technology license/Internet service agreements and professional services agreements. Should have excellent written/verbal communication and negotiation skills. Should have familiarity with, or willingness to learn, technical concepts in Web applications. Should have substantive expertise in intellectual property law. Substantial experience in supporting sales departments as an internal client.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Patent
Refer job# AJSE145642
 
Corporate Counsel, Patent The candidate will create the internal and team culture, forums and collaborative processes to identify and evaluate potential IP opportunities and encourages the creation and protection of IP to ensure long-term competitive advantage. Oversees all aspects of patent application preparation and prosecution for multiple Research & Development projects including identification of new inventions, patentability and FTO searching, lifecycle management and integration of acquired/licensed patent portfolios. Manages and directs relationships with outside counsel, including patent prosecution/ assessment, assessment of infringement claims, and provision of support for patent litigation. Collaboratively manages IP aspects of companys alliance partnerships, effectively monitoring, guiding and reporting on alliance-related IP development. Counseling/Collaboration: Provides high quality legal advice to clients, including management, regarding the companys Intellectual Property. Effectively advises relevant management and project teams on material strategic and tactical IP matters and how to manage risks. Provides counseling and training to the Research & Development organization on key legal/compliance topics, in coordination with other members of the legal team. Collaborates with IP colleagues to develop and implement best IP practices within the department and organization as a whole. Business Development: Participates in assigned due diligence evaluations, performed internally and in partnership with external resources, and evaluates and reports on IP risks attendant to the contemplated transaction, as appropriate. Collaborates with business development to negotiate and draft agreements in execution of the companys corporate transaction and alliance management strategies. Confirms that assumptions relating to exclusivity and overall IP strength are accurate and consistent in financial models prior to contemplated transaction.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate and admitted to practice law in California. Admitted to practice before US Patent Office is essential. Graduate degree in Organic Chemistry, Pharmacology or Biochemistry, or equivalent industrial laboratory experience is required. Undergraduate degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or Biology is needed. Law firm and pharmaceutical corporate practice experience required, with minimum 7 years combined experience is necessary. Experience with both small molecules and biologics is preferred. Demonstrated experience in patent preparation and prosecution, licensing and negotiation, mergers and acquisitions and due diligence, litigation, strategic client counseling is must.
 
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Sr. Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZGVT145621
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Duties: Advise on corporate finance and securities law matters, including assisting with preparing SEC-filed reports such as registration statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, and Section 16 reports. Review and evaluate potential acquisition transactions, perform due diligence reviews, structure transactions, negotiate acquisition agreements and ancillary documents, obtain governance and regulatory approvals, and assist with post-closing integration. Support corporate governance and administration for Snap Inc. and its international subsidiaries, including preparing Board of Director materials and corporate resolutions, and administering corporate records. Draft, negotiate, review, and interpret agreements covering the scope of corporate and commercial activities, including financial offerings, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, securities offerings, licensing agreements, service agreements and other partner and vendor agreements. Define and guide internal and external research that supports the objectives of the Snap business team and its partners. Advise business clients on legal issues and risks, company policies, and business strategy. Assist in creating and improving agreements and templates for corporate and strategic matters, including for new products. Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including finance, tax, stock administration, accounting, people, strategy, and engineering to manage corporate transactions and initiatives. Collaborate with outside counsel on corporate and licensing matters. Assist with special corporate projects, including compliance and securities law matters. Handle other projects at the direction of the Associate General Counsel.

Qualifications:Should have J.D. with excellent academic credentials. Should have Membership in at least one state bar (CA preferred). Should have 6+ years of experience practicing law, at a law firm or in-house, with at least one year of in-house experience handling corporate and commercial transactions, including public company SEC filings. Should preferably have experience practicing law at a top-tier firm. Experience in negotiating and documenting acquisitions, including involving internal stakeholders, managing the process to closing, and managing post-closing integration. Excellent legal and business judgment, strategic thinking, and ability to manage multiple matters, with a willingness and curiosity to learn areas of the law outside of expertise. Experience drafting, negotiating, and advising clients on complex transactions.
 
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Corporate Attorney
Refer job# CMAH145622
 
Corporate Attorney Responsible for assisting the case management process of litigated and non-litigated matters to support the Companys ability to appropriately respond. The role is critical in supporting case preparation by arranging summaries and materials, executing on the administrative cadence and sequence of litigation, including the management of Claim Notices, Claim Filings, Discovery Process, Depositions, Surveillance and Settlements. Works closely with Senior Leadership, Legal, HR and Risk Management. Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to, coordinating objective investigations with internal and external stakeholders, assisting in preparing responses to Counsel, organizing evidence, managing projects, recommending process improvements and interacting with various levels of management. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Proficient with Workers Compensation claims and case management; Ability to conduct workplace investigations and summarize findings; Ability to effectively communicate with outside counsel and third party administrators; Organized with the ability to build process around document retention and records retrieval; Consistently meet deadlines, manage projects and initiatives to completion; Excellent written communication that balances the right mix of detail and relevant information. Ability to effectively prioritize and demonstrates sound time management skills. Demonstrates a passion for details and accuracy in both research and document preparation. Basic understanding of insurance fundamentals, claims, medical terms consistent with workplace injuries. Ability to project a calm and collected demeanor during critical incidents. Maintain and model the highest levels of confidentiality and professionalism. Partners and communicates collaboratively with a focus on teamwork.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree is required, JD degree is preferred. Should have 3+ years of Attorney or Associate Attorney experience is required. Emphasis with employment law, contract review, and workers compensation defense experience, and trial experience is a plus. Bilingual, English and Spanish, is preferred. Membership to the California Bar is required. Proficiency with Microsoft Office. Some travel by plane or by car may be required.
 
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VP, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OBEH145623
 
VP, Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Lead the Corporate Legal function, provide strategic corporate advice to the General Counsel and Executive Leadership Team and become a key part of a larger 10+ member Legal & Compliance Department. Assist the General Counsel with SEC/securities, M&A, capital markets and corporate governance matters and provide practical, timely advice to senior management and members of the Board. Lead all corporate legal matters for the three-person Corporate Legal team and the global business, including advising and negotiating on any corporate transactional matters, including M&A, debt and equity financings, divestitures and joint ventures, corporate procurement, IT, marketing and other vendor agreements, employment agreements, equity award agreements and NDAs. Assist the General Counsel and lead the Corporate Legal team with the orchestration and execution of the companys quarterly Board of Directors and Committee meetings, including the development of all memoranda, resolutions and other governance materials. Assist the Companys Investor Relations department with investor relations and stockholder engagement matters, press releases and investor materials. Serve as Corporate Legal liaison for the Companys shared-services functions globally, including for HR/employment, IT, marketing, investor relations, compliance, tax and finance matters. Assist the General Counsel with advising senior management on executive compensation and Company equity strategy, and assist with the Companys stock-plan administration and securities-trading programs. Assist with litigation management. Assist with the Companys global subsidiaries maintenance and corporate-entity structure. Assist with legal issues relating to the Companys real-estate portfolio. Assist the General Counsel and the Head of Legal Operations and Insurance with outside counsel and budget management. Participates in the development of corporate policies, procedures and programs and provides counsel and guidance on the legal implications of all matters.

Qualifications: 8-12 years of securities, M&A, corporate governance and/or general corporate experience. Combination of major law firm training and experience at a publicly traded company strongly preferred. SEC reporting, securities law and corporate governance experience strongly preferred; M&A and capital markets experience will also be given strong consideration. Experience working with an executive team and a board of directors. Experience managing other attorneys and support staff. Ability to lead transactions, negotiations and projects, and to draft from scratch. Familiarity and understanding of Sarbanes-Oxley and federal finance and accounting regulations. Exposure to or familiarity with the following additional areas: labor/employment, executive compensation/structures, IP, and litigation.
 
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Senior Counsel, Corporate & Governance
Refer job# OWUT145595
 
Senior Counsel, Corporate & Governance Duties: Responsible for development of the Companys proxy statement, executive compensation reporting compliance, global corporate governance programs and training, board meeting support, corporate records, SEC filings, and legal/secretarial assistance to subsidiaries subject to the direction of the VP, Secretary & General Counsel. Provide oversight for corporate governance and executive compensation compliance and reporting, and general legal support for Corporate office and subsidiaries as needed, including assistance with document production, due diligence and support for acquisitions and other major transactions as needed. Assist Corporate Secretary with maintenance of corporate records for Company: Track meetings of the Board and its committees. Assist with production and distribution of materials for Board meetings. Assist with production of meeting minutes and maintenance of minute books. Oversee compensation of non-employee directors for Board service. Manage corporate records for subsidiaries: Maintain minute books and corporate documents for domestic subsidiaries. Coordinate with international operations and third-party secretarial services to track status and maintain corporate qualifications of international subsidiaries. Direct filing of required annual reports and other filings designated by the various domestic Secretaries of State, including annual California Corporate Disclosure reports, and maintain corporate qualifications. Oversee maintenance of corporate subsidiary database and regular distribution of informational fact sheets and organizational charts for all entities world-wide. Work with Tax and Accounting Departments to maintain global subsidiary structure, including providing legal/secretarial support for restructuring, cash movement, banking requirements, powers of attorney and other requirements. Coordinate changes to internal subsidiary appointments, including officers and directors, and work with local teams regarding periodically required filings related to director appointments. Responsibility for creation, maintenance and distribution of Corporate policies related to corporate governance, including the Companys Ethics and Business Conduct Policy. Responsibility for receipt, review and appropriate distribution of reports received through reporting channels set up for whistleblower complaints, including third party hotline system. Oversee circulation and collection of quarterly governance certifications from operations employees worldwide, review responses, and provide routine reports to internal teams and auditors Provide reports on Governance related topics as requested for various committees of the Companys Board. Work with operational divisions and internal audit teams to develop, communicate and maintain corporate governance programs, certifications, trainings, policy development and testing. Lead the development of shareholder engagement strategies and participate in engagement meetings. Manage Export Control Policy and work with operational divisions and outside counsel to evaluate the necessity of export licenses and to obtain and maintain such licenses. Responsibility for leading and improving the annual and interim filing requirements with New York Stock Exchange and maintaining compliance with NYSE reporting requirements. Supplemental Listing Applications. Annual and Interim Written Affirmations. Regular reporting via eGovDirect of shares outstanding, treasury shares, changes to Director and Officer appointments and other required reporting. Responsibility for leading the preparation and filing of the Companys annual Proxy Statement, including: Researching emerging trends with external resources; preparation of executive compensation reporting and presentation to the Companys Organization & Compensation Committee; preparation, circulation and review of the Companys annual D&O Questionnaires. Review of various Company SEC filings, including providing supporting information as needed. Responsibility for creation and filing of Forms 8-K and Forms S-8 related to executive compensation and equity plans, as needed.

Qualifications: Requires a Bachelors degree and law degree with 15+ years of experience in the field. Strong mix of both law firm and public company experience in the areas of governance, disclosure, compliance, privacy and ethics, including subsidiary management. Strong background in public company reporting requirements and exposure to Boards of Directors. Experience should include public companies with global revenue in excess of $2B. Experience in maintaining and managing positive relationships with internal customers and external vendors and consultants. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to communicate and interact across all functions and levels within the company. Interacts with all levels in the organization, including corporate executives and divisional presidents, and with outside agencies and attorneys. Intermediate skill in the use of Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Ability to read and understand highly technical material.
 
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Corporate Transactional Attorney
Refer job# HVDF145548
 
Corporate Transactional Attorney The candidate will work closely with the business providing timely and efficient legal services in the review and drafting of proposal documents in connection with bidding on transactions. Advise annuity form filings teams on responding to regulatory inquiries and forms objections. Consistently anticipate and propose mitigation strategies for the management of potential contractual, compliance and financial risks. Establish and maintain professional working relationships with company representatives who are involved in the business. Provide legal advice to business units regarding compliance with laws and regulations that impact the business. Take the lead in devising negotiation strategies and drafting contracts and service agreements related to transactions.

The candidate should preferably have 5+ years of large law firm experience. Proven background in corporate law. Solid understanding of complex structural and corporate issues pertaining to sophisticated corporate transactions is needed. Active California law license is required. Experience providing legal advice relating to pensions and insurance products, including the Internal Revenue Code and ERISA, is a plus. Law degree from an accredited law school; top 25% of graduating class is preferred.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NNJK145564
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will support the company's commercial contracting activities, including sales, marketing, service and operations. Will draft, review, analyze, modify and negotiate a variety of complex commercial agreements, including sales, marketing and operations agreements. Interpret contract requirements, obligations and risk exposure and advising on the same. Collaborate with finance, sales operations, deal desk, product operations, support, security and other business units at all levels throughout the organization to ensure that agreements adequately protect the company's interests. Support the continuous improvement of standard forms of agreement and legal processes. Be a trusted business partner, providing timely, thoughtful and helpful responses to requests from internal customers. Counsel internal customers regarding company policies, legal issues, and risk tolerance. Manage a corporate paralegal.

The candidate should have an undergraduate degree and law degree from highly-regarded school. Active membership in at least one US State Bar is required. Must have 7+ years of relevant legal experience, including major law firm and in-house counsel experience. Prior experience negotiating sales agreements for a technology company (including both hardware and software products) in a distribution/channel model (i.e., selling through OEMs, distributors and resellers) is strongly preferred. Prior experience with service agreements, supply agreements and/or real estate agreements is a plus. Experience with complex international transactions is needed. Strong understanding of commercial and financial implications of contract provisions is essential.
 
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Senior Counsel, Corporate
Refer job# QGZF145542
 
Senior Counsel, Corporate Duties: Lead for all corporate legal responsibilities. Manage domestic and international entity formation. Manage the Cap Table and support equity and debt financing, and secondary transactions, including producing and reviewing due diligence materials and disclosure schedules. Manage corporate governance (including updating governance docs, supporting implementation of controls, board meeting prep, and drafting board resolutions) and supporting investor relations. Support corporate development efforts, including mergers and acquisitions (M&A). Work closely with Compliance and Finance to establish and maintain appropriate corporate insurance. Be the primary point of contact for Finance on a variety of matters including global tax strategy and audit and IPO readiness. Negotiate debt transactions, including structured finance and warehouse lines. Manage real estate transactions for all entities.

Qualifications: JD Degree and admitted to practice in at least one jurisdiction. 8+ years working experience in a combination of law firms and technology or traditional financial services companies, experience in startups is a plus. Management experience or high potential and ability to build a world-class team. Creative disposition and solutions-oriented approach to lawyering that draws on a combination of your experience and your intuition coupled with validation of assumptions and the law. Thrive in a dynamic, fast-paced environment and able to turn work around very quickly, as needed. Entrepreneurial and ability to work across various modes of communication; strong sense of purpose; enjoy working cross-functionally with colleagues in a low-politic environment. Exceptional judgment and integrity, ability to handle complex matters independently and closely manage outside counsel.
 
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