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Corporate Counsel

San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel The candidate will lead the charge in support of digital music initiatives at company. Will provide counseling in a wide range of legal areas related to company's global music initiatives, including the areas of intellectual property, digital media and regulatory compliance. Counsel the business on commercial and regulatory matters and assist in structuring, drafting and negotiating commercial transactions with record labels, music publishers and others. Work directly with the business, serving as lead counsel on strategic projects, providing day-to-day advice, and resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships. Structure, draft and negotiate complicated technology, distribution, licensing, marketing and other commercial agreements. Provide ongoing legal counseling for music-related initiatives in a wide range of legal areas, including intellectual property, digital media and regulatory compliance. Coordinate with cross-functional stakeholders, including Product, Engineering, Business Development, Marketing, and Policy teams. Remain up-to-date on relevant industry standards and laws. Collaborate with legal team members to ensure business needs are met and to improve processes.

The candidate should have strong academic credentials including a J.D. degree from a top law school. Must have 4+ years of legal experience as a transactional legal counsel, preferably with some portion of that experience in music licensing transactions. Should also have 3+ years experience in a top national or international law firm. A mix of corporate law firm and in-house experience is a plus. Should also have experience in the following substantive areas: content and media licensing (including games, video and music), general corporate matters. Types of agreements may include content licensing agreements, service provider agreements, advertising sales and sponsorships agreements, and other complex commercial and corporate arrangements. California Bar admission in good standing (or Registered In-House Counsel status with California State Bar). Relevant technical degree or high level of comfort with technology preferred. Some travel, domestic and international, may be required.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-09

Product Counsel/senior Corporate Counsel

Mountain View CA Product Counsel/Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for partnering with multiple innovative product teams around the world to ensure that firm s products are structured to achieve our strategy while complying with applicable regulations in multiple jurisdictions. Will partner closely with product management, business development, engineering, design, marketing, compliance and operations teams. Provide legal advice and counseling on a wide variety of matters, including data privacy and protection, mobile, product liability, intellectual property and regulatory compliance. Structure, draft, negotiate and advise upon various complex transactions with minimal direction and supervision. Should have JD degree and US State Bar admission in good standing. Must have 5-7 years of experience primarily advising technology companies. Knowledge of regulations in the financial services sector, including FCRA, state lending and payments laws, TILA, and have experience reviewing an advising on advertising and marketing is required. Significant breadth of knowledge in the following areas: data privacy and protection, IP, mobile and cloud computing, competition law, and technology licensing is needed. Experience navigating regulations related to financial services is must. Excellent drafting and negotiation skills is essential. Experience in-house is preferred. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2017-12-08

Product Counsel/senior Corporate Counsel

San Diego CA Product Counsel/Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for partnering with multiple innovative product teams around the world to ensure that firm s products are structured to achieve our strategy while complying with applicable regulations in multiple jurisdictions. Will partner closely with product management, business development, engineering, design, marketing, compliance and operations teams. Provide legal advice and counseling on a wide variety of matters, including data privacy and protection, mobile, product liability, intellectual property and regulatory compliance. Structure, draft, negotiate and advise upon various complex transactions with minimal direction and supervision. Should have JD degree and US State Bar admission in good standing. Must have 5-7 years of experience primarily advising technology companies. Knowledge of regulations in the financial services sector, including FCRA, state lending and payments laws, TILA, and have experience reviewing an advising on advertising and marketing is required. Significant breadth of knowledge in the following areas: data privacy and protection, IP, mobile and cloud computing, competition law, and technology licensing is needed. Experience navigating regulations related to financial services is must. Excellent drafting and negotiation skills is essential. Experience in-house is preferred. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2017-12-08

Corporate/commercial Counsel

San Jose CA Corporate/Commercial Counsel The candidate will report to the General Counsel as the second in-house lawyer at Velodyne. Interact with key business stakeholders in order to structure, draft and negotiate complex transactions with major customers and strategic vendors. Assist with various other legal projects as needed, including corporate, employment, litigation and IP issues. Create and implement new processes and procedures to streamline drafting and negotiation of commercial contracts, including building out and completing implementation of a contract management system. Maintain excellent rapport and presence with global internal and external business clients and have strong business acumen. Clearly and concisely convey concepts and objectives orally and in writing. Be flexible with the scope and variety of projects to be undertaken in this role. Be comfortable with ambiguity and a fast-paced culture, and have a practical, solutions-oriented focus.

The candidate JD degree from an ABA accredited law school. Should have 5 years experience in a law firm and/or in-house. Experience drafting and negotiating inbound and outbound technology transactions and commercial agreements. Excellent communication, analytical, and problem-solving skills. Admission to one state Bar, preferably California. Should have 8+ years experience in a law firm and/or in-house. In-house experience with a high-tech manufacturer (particularly in the automotive industry).
Legal 0 - 5 Full-time 2017-12-08

Mid- level Corporate Counsel - M&A and Securities

Pleasanton CA Mid- level Corporate Counsel - M&A and Securities The candidate will manage and execute all aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Will support debt and equity investments in emerging companies by firm Ventures. Work on SEC filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, S-8s and Section 16 filings, as well as provide legal support for debt and equity offerings . Collaborate on quarterly and annual earnings releases, support the activities of the Disclosure Committee and assist in preparation of annual stockholder meeting. Assist with corporate governance matters, including Board and Committee support, policies and charters. Work closely with Human Resources and Stock Administration on firm s stock plan and ESPP, and administer firm s Policy on Trading in Securities and 10b5-1 plans. Work with corporate paralegals on international subsidiary governance and secretarial issues. Ensure compliance with NASDAQ rules and regulations. Provide strategic legal advice to finance, communications, investor relations, HR, tax, and corporate development groups.

The candidate should have JD degree and California Bar with excellent academic credentials. Should have 5+ years of relevant corporate experience;. Top tier law firm and in-house representation of technology companies is preferred. Significant M&A experience is essential. Must have Corporate finance experience, including representation of investors in preferred stock and debt offerings, 33 and 34 Act disclosure and reporting experience. Representation of public companies on governance issues and Board support is essential. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills and excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize and work independently.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-07

Senior Corporate Counsel

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide legal advice and counsel on varied commercial matters such as strategic partnerships and alliances, new product and channel distribution initiatives, software licensing, data and privacy, antitrust concerns, and regulatory matters. Draft various legal documents in connection with the operation of the business, including, customer agreements, SOWs, vendor agreements, standard IAB terms, data licenses, and leases. Assist on commercial transactions including the acquisition and disposition of businesses and major assets. Assist in the management of litigation filed by or against the company. Assist in the filing and management of intellectual property, including patent related matters owned by the company. Assist in the preparation of documents and advice to management on corporate rights and responsibilities, especially in the area of corporate governance and compliance. Must have Bachelor's degree. Should have Law degree from accredited law school or its equivalent Actively qualified to practice law in a North American jurisdiction is required (a California law license is preferred). 7+ years of current and continuing commercial law experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department is needed. Digital and Adtech legal experience, including familiarity with Internet Ad Bureau (IAB) Standards, as are strong drafting and negotiation skills is must. International (UK) experience is a plus. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-07

Corporate Attorney

San Diego CA Corporate Attorney The candidate will work as part of the Corporate Law Group that is responsible for the Company s corporate governance and Board of Director matters, corporate and securities law compliance, executive compensation, as well as all mergers, acquisitions, investment and divestiture activities on a global basis. Will manage merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions may range from small private targets to public companies. Report to the Chief Corporate and Governance Counsel and Assistant Secretary, and the principal duties of this position will include general corporate and M&A activities as outlined below.The candidate must be qualified candidates have a JD degree from an ABA accredited law school and 7+ years of law firm or in-house experience with 5+ years of M&A-related experience. Must have a strong working knowledge of corporate governance matters, executive compensation and securities disclosure requirements with experience (preferably) supporting technology businesses. Perform research related to and educate and advise internal business stakeholders on relevant corporate governance legal and compliance issues. Assist with preparation and review of reports filed with the SEC under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, including disclosures on Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, and Section 16 reporting. Assist with preparation and review of the Company's annual proxy statement and other materials related to the Company's annual meeting of stockholders. Draft and review materials to be provided to the Board of Directors and its committees. Draft and review amendments to governing instruments, Board committee charters, and corporate policies. Provide support and counseling specific to executive compensation issues and related legal requirements and best practices, and assist with preparation of executive compensation-related plans, agreements, and related communications. Collaborate with and advise other departments, including Accounting, Finance, External Reporting, Treasury, Tax, and Investor Relations, on relevant corporate, governance and securities and related matters. Perform other duties and responsibilities for the Corporate Law Group as directed. Provide effective counseling, drafting, review and negotiation in support of Teradata s M&A activities. Support legal due diligence, including contract review and thorough assessment of risks. Provide advice and counsel in support of Teradata s strategy and business development team. Provide guidance regarding M&A-related regulatory requirements, including U.S. federal securities law compliance and reporting requirements. Counsel clients on post-transaction related matters, including integration planning, implementation and related issues. Provide training to clients and assist in developing M&A-related policies and contract templates. Coordinate and manage involvement of other in-house legal subject matter experts in M&A activities as required. Oversee and manage engagement of outside counsel for M&A activities.

The candidate must be qualified candidates have a JD degree from an ABA accredited law school and 7+ years of law firm or in-house experience with 5+ years of M&A-related experience. Must have a strong working knowledge of corporate governance matters, executive compensation and securities disclosure requirements with experience (preferably) supporting technology businesses.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-07

Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property

San Diego CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities : The candidate will be preparing and prosecuting patent applications arising from firm s research and development activities. Building and maintaining IP strategies for compounds in firm s development and commercialization pipeline including conducting patentability and freedom to operate assessments for firm inventions and research activities. Preparing and prosecuting patent applications worldwide covering firm inventions. Coordinating with and communicating relevant information to firm s development organizations. Supporting global firm's business development activities by conducting due diligence, legal review, contract drafting and support for firm s investment, partnering and in-licensing activities. Participating in contract negotiations with outside parties on behalf of the firm. Analyzing and managing agreements and IP issues involving firm s contracts with third parties. Supporting administration of such contracts. Participating in globalization and harmonization of firm s intellectual property departments, including serving in working groups and on project teams. Managing outside counsel. Serving as a resource for the training of more junior attorneys.

Requirements : The candidate should have an undergraduate degree in biology, chemistry or related field. Juris Doctorate (JD) degree required. Ten-plus(10+) years of experience actively practicing patent law. Registered to practice law in at least one state. Registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. A graduate degree in biology, chemistry or related field preferred. Experience as in-house counsel for a life science company. Experience drafting and prosecuting pharmaceutical or bio-pharmaceutical patent applications worldwide. Able to identify and to evaluate freedom-to-operate risks for new molecular entities and enabling technologies. Able to work independently on new assignments and to supervise activities of support staff. Possess strong oral and written communication skills. Able to influence and work successfully with varied audiences. Able to lead selected intellectual property projects on behalf of the firm. Self-starter with team-building skills. Ability to drive or fly to various meetings or client sites, including overnight trips; some international travel is required. Requires approximately 10% travel.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-06

Senior Corporate Counsel, Healthcare Law Group

South San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Healthcare Law Group The candidate manages assigned clients and associated case/workload. Manages outside counsel on complex or more advanced matters or projects. Where appropriate, acts as a lead point of escalation to external regulators or other authorities. Responsible for one or more key client relationships typically at D2 level or higher. May be SPOC or represent practice group or functional area on significant projects or committees. May manage administrative personnel. Where applicable, leads recruitment, hiring and on-boarding for direct report positions. Accountable for direct reports' work to ensure on-time, on-target and within-budget results. Ensures direct report(s) are appropriately trained, developed and coached. Responsible for performance management of direct report(s). Acts as a subject matter expert on all matters relating to healthcare law and related business operations. Acts as a standing or ad hoc member of business or leadership teams and provides legal counsel and expertise into business decisions. Develops an in-depth understanding of assigned departments and functions in terms, organizational structure, processes, business goals, strategies and challenges, etc. Provides legal advice in matters relating to healthcare law, including healthcare fraud and abuse. FDA regulations on clinical trial conduct, labeling, advertising and pharmacovigilance, product liability, pricing and reimbursement, antitrust, privacy, and other matters relevant to the development, manufacture and commercialization of products. Provides input and legal advice on business strategy, tactical plan development and implementation, and other business issues; including legal assessments, solutions-oriented risk mitigation strategies, messaging, and interactions with healthcare professionals, patients and other external parties. Participates in, leads and/or presents to various Company committees or other advisory, project or work teams and provides healthcare and business law expertise and guidance. Reviews business materials (clinical trials, brand plans, promotions, medical plans, publications, training documents, etc.) requiring legal input and advises internal clients, partners and stakeholders on compliant strategies, plans and tactics. Provides transactional support to assigned internal clients. May include drafting, negotiating, and/or reviewing contracts, creating, updating and training on contract templates, negotiating language, developing associated legal/contractual documentation and/or policies & procedures, and counseling on contract disputes. Interacts and communicates with Roche affiliates and global partners, as appropriate, to apprise them of relevant Company policies, procedures, practices, important business issues, etc. and share best practices or coordinate legal support. Provides other reasonably required counseling and services to clients. Works with assigned internal clients and functions to establish service expectations from HLG and provides HLG support that meets or exceeds these. Supports assigned business groups and other functions as needed in obtaining legal advice and support from other HLG subject matter experts and other Legal practice groups. Manages outside counsel providing advice and deliverables to HLG and, where applicable, negotiates rates, project fees and timelines with outside counsel. May supervise or direct the activities of paralegals supporting practice area activities. Stays abreast of evolving healthcare and related legislation and regulations and the enforcement landscape. Advises the Company and colleagues of potential implications to current or future strategies and operations and assures ongoing compliance. Develops and implements training to educate internal clients, partners and stakeholders on key policies, procedures, practices and requirements for healthcare and related legal compliance. Attends various internal client meetings to stay apprised of business developments relevant to role. Participates in various HLG and Legal department projects and initiatives. Assists with on-boarding and training new staff members or other partners in HLG practices, processes, systems, databases, other tools and resources, standards, key stakeholders and the like. Shares information and knowledge through group presentations and individual discussions with peers and managers. Volunteers for additional work, as needed, such as assignments identified by functional leads and coverage for vacations, leaves, etc. Identifies areas for improvement in HLG and/or Legal department processes (e.g. efficiencies, best practices, etc.) and culture. Develops solutions and communicates these to HLG and/or Legal department. Must have JD degree with appropriate state license or registered in-house counsel for relevant state. Should have 7+ years of relevant practice experience. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-06

Temporary Real Estate/Corporate Attorney

Rosemead CA Temporary Real Estate/Corporate Attorney The candidate serves in preparing, reviewing, and negotiating real estate law and corporate contracts such as leases, purchase and sale Agreements, financing, and other ancillary documents. Performs a variety of real estate-related and corporate legal functions for CFT s Legal Dept., applying established legal standards, principles, and practices. Provides proactive legal support and counsel to internal clients to protect the Cherng Family Trust family office and real estate development company. Works with other associates in CFT and group departments and with outside counsel. Responsible for new real estate and corporate contracts and leases from inception to execution, including alternative/private equity investments. Conducts risk assessments associated with these transactions. Reviews, drafts, negotiates, and finalizes real estate and corporate transactions involving leases, purchase and sale agreements, private equity deals, and other legal documentation independently. Meets CFT s legal contract standards. Works with Property Management, Real Estate Development, Leasing and Alternative Investment functions on construction agreements, easement agreements, restrictive covenant agreements, vendor agreements, and other real estate development and investment approvals and issues. Reviews and negotiates letters of intent, lease renewals, amendments, termination agreements, SNDAs, brokerage agreements, temporary lease/license agreements, and confidentiality agreements. Oversees Due Diligence Specialist/Manager/Paralegal(s) in conducting due diligence reviews and closings for purchases of real estate, and corporate compliance. Performs special projects for the CFT Legal, Real Estate Development and Alternative Investment teams as required. Should have a JD Degree and must be licensed. Must have 4-9 years of real estate and/or corporate legal experience. Legal 4 - 9 Full-time 2017-12-06
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Associate Product Counsel
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Associate Counsel
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Location : Santa Monica, CA, United States

Associate Counsel The candidate will draft and edit service, sponsorship, license, and other agreements relating to the operation of Overwatch League, Major League Gaming, and other esports initiatives. Will review and clear content and marketing ma... + read more

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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SNWR136887
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will lead the charge in support of digital music initiatives at company. Will provide counseling in a wide range of legal areas related to company's global music initiatives, including the areas of intellectual property, digital media and regulatory compliance. Counsel the business on commercial and regulatory matters and assist in structuring, drafting and negotiating commercial transactions with record labels, music publishers and others. Work directly with the business, serving as lead counsel on strategic projects, providing day-to-day advice, and resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships. Structure, draft and negotiate complicated technology, distribution, licensing, marketing and other commercial agreements. Provide ongoing legal counseling for music-related initiatives in a wide range of legal areas, including intellectual property, digital media and regulatory compliance. Coordinate with cross-functional stakeholders, including Product, Engineering, Business Development, Marketing, and Policy teams. Remain up-to-date on relevant industry standards and laws. Collaborate with legal team members to ensure business needs are met and to improve processes.

The candidate should have strong academic credentials including a J.D. degree from a top law school. Must have 4+ years of legal experience as a transactional legal counsel, preferably with some portion of that experience in music licensing transactions. Should also have 3+ years experience in a top national or international law firm. A mix of corporate law firm and in-house experience is a plus. Should also have experience in the following substantive areas: content and media licensing (including games, video and music), general corporate matters. Types of agreements may include content licensing agreements, service provider agreements, advertising sales and sponsorships agreements, and other complex commercial and corporate arrangements. California Bar admission in good standing (or Registered In-House Counsel status with California State Bar). Relevant technical degree or high level of comfort with technology preferred. Some travel, domestic and international, may be required.
 
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Product Counsel/senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NKNO136869
 
Product Counsel/Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for partnering with multiple innovative product teams around the world to ensure that firm s products are structured to achieve our strategy while complying with applicable regulations in multiple jurisdictions. Will partner closely with product management, business development, engineering, design, marketing, compliance and operations teams. Provide legal advice and counseling on a wide variety of matters, including data privacy and protection, mobile, product liability, intellectual property and regulatory compliance. Structure, draft, negotiate and advise upon various complex transactions with minimal direction and supervision. Should have JD degree and US State Bar admission in good standing. Must have 5-7 years of experience primarily advising technology companies. Knowledge of regulations in the financial services sector, including FCRA, state lending and payments laws, TILA, and have experience reviewing an advising on advertising and marketing is required. Significant breadth of knowledge in the following areas: data privacy and protection, IP, mobile and cloud computing, competition law, and technology licensing is needed. Experience navigating regulations related to financial services is must. Excellent drafting and negotiation skills is essential. Experience in-house is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Product Counsel/senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# MNIO136870
 
Product Counsel/Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for partnering with multiple innovative product teams around the world to ensure that firm s products are structured to achieve our strategy while complying with applicable regulations in multiple jurisdictions. Will partner closely with product management, business development, engineering, design, marketing, compliance and operations teams. Provide legal advice and counseling on a wide variety of matters, including data privacy and protection, mobile, product liability, intellectual property and regulatory compliance. Structure, draft, negotiate and advise upon various complex transactions with minimal direction and supervision. Should have JD degree and US State Bar admission in good standing. Must have 5-7 years of experience primarily advising technology companies. Knowledge of regulations in the financial services sector, including FCRA, state lending and payments laws, TILA, and have experience reviewing an advising on advertising and marketing is required. Significant breadth of knowledge in the following areas: data privacy and protection, IP, mobile and cloud computing, competition law, and technology licensing is needed. Experience navigating regulations related to financial services is must. Excellent drafting and negotiation skills is essential. Experience in-house is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate/commercial Counsel
Refer job# VGKH136877
 
Corporate/Commercial Counsel The candidate will report to the General Counsel as the second in-house lawyer at Velodyne. Interact with key business stakeholders in order to structure, draft and negotiate complex transactions with major customers and strategic vendors. Assist with various other legal projects as needed, including corporate, employment, litigation and IP issues. Create and implement new processes and procedures to streamline drafting and negotiation of commercial contracts, including building out and completing implementation of a contract management system. Maintain excellent rapport and presence with global internal and external business clients and have strong business acumen. Clearly and concisely convey concepts and objectives orally and in writing. Be flexible with the scope and variety of projects to be undertaken in this role. Be comfortable with ambiguity and a fast-paced culture, and have a practical, solutions-oriented focus.

The candidate JD degree from an ABA accredited law school. Should have 5 years experience in a law firm and/or in-house. Experience drafting and negotiating inbound and outbound technology transactions and commercial agreements. Excellent communication, analytical, and problem-solving skills. Admission to one state Bar, preferably California. Should have 8+ years experience in a law firm and/or in-house. In-house experience with a high-tech manufacturer (particularly in the automotive industry).
 
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Mid- level Corporate Counsel - M&A and Securities
Refer job# VDAY136856
 
Mid- level Corporate Counsel - M&A and Securities The candidate will manage and execute all aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Will support debt and equity investments in emerging companies by firm Ventures. Work on SEC filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, S-8s and Section 16 filings, as well as provide legal support for debt and equity offerings . Collaborate on quarterly and annual earnings releases, support the activities of the Disclosure Committee and assist in preparation of annual stockholder meeting. Assist with corporate governance matters, including Board and Committee support, policies and charters. Work closely with Human Resources and Stock Administration on firm s stock plan and ESPP, and administer firm s Policy on Trading in Securities and 10b5-1 plans. Work with corporate paralegals on international subsidiary governance and secretarial issues. Ensure compliance with NASDAQ rules and regulations. Provide strategic legal advice to finance, communications, investor relations, HR, tax, and corporate development groups.

The candidate should have JD degree and California Bar with excellent academic credentials. Should have 5+ years of relevant corporate experience;. Top tier law firm and in-house representation of technology companies is preferred. Significant M&A experience is essential. Must have Corporate finance experience, including representation of investors in preferred stock and debt offerings, 33 and 34 Act disclosure and reporting experience. Representation of public companies on governance issues and Board support is essential. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills and excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize and work independently.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# MCLR136858
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide legal advice and counsel on varied commercial matters such as strategic partnerships and alliances, new product and channel distribution initiatives, software licensing, data and privacy, antitrust concerns, and regulatory matters. Draft various legal documents in connection with the operation of the business, including, customer agreements, SOWs, vendor agreements, standard IAB terms, data licenses, and leases. Assist on commercial transactions including the acquisition and disposition of businesses and major assets. Assist in the management of litigation filed by or against the company. Assist in the filing and management of intellectual property, including patent related matters owned by the company. Assist in the preparation of documents and advice to management on corporate rights and responsibilities, especially in the area of corporate governance and compliance. Must have Bachelor's degree. Should have Law degree from accredited law school or its equivalent Actively qualified to practice law in a North American jurisdiction is required (a California law license is preferred). 7+ years of current and continuing commercial law experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department is needed. Digital and Adtech legal experience, including familiarity with Internet Ad Bureau (IAB) Standards, as are strong drafting and negotiation skills is must. International (UK) experience is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Attorney
Refer job# JCFF136863
 
Corporate Attorney The candidate will work as part of the Corporate Law Group that is responsible for the Company s corporate governance and Board of Director matters, corporate and securities law compliance, executive compensation, as well as all mergers, acquisitions, investment and divestiture activities on a global basis. Will manage merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions may range from small private targets to public companies. Report to the Chief Corporate and Governance Counsel and Assistant Secretary, and the principal duties of this position will include general corporate and M&A activities as outlined below.The candidate must be qualified candidates have a JD degree from an ABA accredited law school and 7+ years of law firm or in-house experience with 5+ years of M&A-related experience. Must have a strong working knowledge of corporate governance matters, executive compensation and securities disclosure requirements with experience (preferably) supporting technology businesses. Perform research related to and educate and advise internal business stakeholders on relevant corporate governance legal and compliance issues. Assist with preparation and review of reports filed with the SEC under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, including disclosures on Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, and Section 16 reporting. Assist with preparation and review of the Company's annual proxy statement and other materials related to the Company's annual meeting of stockholders. Draft and review materials to be provided to the Board of Directors and its committees. Draft and review amendments to governing instruments, Board committee charters, and corporate policies. Provide support and counseling specific to executive compensation issues and related legal requirements and best practices, and assist with preparation of executive compensation-related plans, agreements, and related communications. Collaborate with and advise other departments, including Accounting, Finance, External Reporting, Treasury, Tax, and Investor Relations, on relevant corporate, governance and securities and related matters. Perform other duties and responsibilities for the Corporate Law Group as directed. Provide effective counseling, drafting, review and negotiation in support of Teradata s M&A activities. Support legal due diligence, including contract review and thorough assessment of risks. Provide advice and counsel in support of Teradata s strategy and business development team. Provide guidance regarding M&A-related regulatory requirements, including U.S. federal securities law compliance and reporting requirements. Counsel clients on post-transaction related matters, including integration planning, implementation and related issues. Provide training to clients and assist in developing M&A-related policies and contract templates. Coordinate and manage involvement of other in-house legal subject matter experts in M&A activities as required. Oversee and manage engagement of outside counsel for M&A activities.

The candidate must be qualified candidates have a JD degree from an ABA accredited law school and 7+ years of law firm or in-house experience with 5+ years of M&A-related experience. Must have a strong working knowledge of corporate governance matters, executive compensation and securities disclosure requirements with experience (preferably) supporting technology businesses.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# QHEQ136831
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Intellectual Property Responsibilities : The candidate will be preparing and prosecuting patent applications arising from firm s research and development activities. Building and maintaining IP strategies for compounds in firm s development and commercialization pipeline including conducting patentability and freedom to operate assessments for firm inventions and research activities. Preparing and prosecuting patent applications worldwide covering firm inventions. Coordinating with and communicating relevant information to firm s development organizations. Supporting global firm's business development activities by conducting due diligence, legal review, contract drafting and support for firm s investment, partnering and in-licensing activities. Participating in contract negotiations with outside parties on behalf of the firm. Analyzing and managing agreements and IP issues involving firm s contracts with third parties. Supporting administration of such contracts. Participating in globalization and harmonization of firm s intellectual property departments, including serving in working groups and on project teams. Managing outside counsel. Serving as a resource for the training of more junior attorneys.

Requirements : The candidate should have an undergraduate degree in biology, chemistry or related field. Juris Doctorate (JD) degree required. Ten-plus(10+) years of experience actively practicing patent law. Registered to practice law in at least one state. Registered to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. A graduate degree in biology, chemistry or related field preferred. Experience as in-house counsel for a life science company. Experience drafting and prosecuting pharmaceutical or bio-pharmaceutical patent applications worldwide. Able to identify and to evaluate freedom-to-operate risks for new molecular entities and enabling technologies. Able to work independently on new assignments and to supervise activities of support staff. Possess strong oral and written communication skills. Able to influence and work successfully with varied audiences. Able to lead selected intellectual property projects on behalf of the firm. Self-starter with team-building skills. Ability to drive or fly to various meetings or client sites, including overnight trips; some international travel is required. Requires approximately 10% travel.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Healthcare Law Group
Refer job# FAOR136832
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Healthcare Law Group The candidate manages assigned clients and associated case/workload. Manages outside counsel on complex or more advanced matters or projects. Where appropriate, acts as a lead point of escalation to external regulators or other authorities. Responsible for one or more key client relationships typically at D2 level or higher. May be SPOC or represent practice group or functional area on significant projects or committees. May manage administrative personnel. Where applicable, leads recruitment, hiring and on-boarding for direct report positions. Accountable for direct reports' work to ensure on-time, on-target and within-budget results. Ensures direct report(s) are appropriately trained, developed and coached. Responsible for performance management of direct report(s). Acts as a subject matter expert on all matters relating to healthcare law and related business operations. Acts as a standing or ad hoc member of business or leadership teams and provides legal counsel and expertise into business decisions. Develops an in-depth understanding of assigned departments and functions in terms, organizational structure, processes, business goals, strategies and challenges, etc. Provides legal advice in matters relating to healthcare law, including healthcare fraud and abuse. FDA regulations on clinical trial conduct, labeling, advertising and pharmacovigilance, product liability, pricing and reimbursement, antitrust, privacy, and other matters relevant to the development, manufacture and commercialization of products. Provides input and legal advice on business strategy, tactical plan development and implementation, and other business issues; including legal assessments, solutions-oriented risk mitigation strategies, messaging, and interactions with healthcare professionals, patients and other external parties. Participates in, leads and/or presents to various Company committees or other advisory, project or work teams and provides healthcare and business law expertise and guidance. Reviews business materials (clinical trials, brand plans, promotions, medical plans, publications, training documents, etc.) requiring legal input and advises internal clients, partners and stakeholders on compliant strategies, plans and tactics. Provides transactional support to assigned internal clients. May include drafting, negotiating, and/or reviewing contracts, creating, updating and training on contract templates, negotiating language, developing associated legal/contractual documentation and/or policies & procedures, and counseling on contract disputes. Interacts and communicates with Roche affiliates and global partners, as appropriate, to apprise them of relevant Company policies, procedures, practices, important business issues, etc. and share best practices or coordinate legal support. Provides other reasonably required counseling and services to clients. Works with assigned internal clients and functions to establish service expectations from HLG and provides HLG support that meets or exceeds these. Supports assigned business groups and other functions as needed in obtaining legal advice and support from other HLG subject matter experts and other Legal practice groups. Manages outside counsel providing advice and deliverables to HLG and, where applicable, negotiates rates, project fees and timelines with outside counsel. May supervise or direct the activities of paralegals supporting practice area activities. Stays abreast of evolving healthcare and related legislation and regulations and the enforcement landscape. Advises the Company and colleagues of potential implications to current or future strategies and operations and assures ongoing compliance. Develops and implements training to educate internal clients, partners and stakeholders on key policies, procedures, practices and requirements for healthcare and related legal compliance. Attends various internal client meetings to stay apprised of business developments relevant to role. Participates in various HLG and Legal department projects and initiatives. Assists with on-boarding and training new staff members or other partners in HLG practices, processes, systems, databases, other tools and resources, standards, key stakeholders and the like. Shares information and knowledge through group presentations and individual discussions with peers and managers. Volunteers for additional work, as needed, such as assignments identified by functional leads and coverage for vacations, leaves, etc. Identifies areas for improvement in HLG and/or Legal department processes (e.g. efficiencies, best practices, etc.) and culture. Develops solutions and communicates these to HLG and/or Legal department. Must have JD degree with appropriate state license or registered in-house counsel for relevant state. Should have 7+ years of relevant practice experience.
 
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Temporary Real Estate/Corporate Attorney
Refer job# KNVZ136842
 
Temporary Real Estate/Corporate Attorney The candidate serves in preparing, reviewing, and negotiating real estate law and corporate contracts such as leases, purchase and sale Agreements, financing, and other ancillary documents. Performs a variety of real estate-related and corporate legal functions for CFT s Legal Dept., applying established legal standards, principles, and practices. Provides proactive legal support and counsel to internal clients to protect the Cherng Family Trust family office and real estate development company. Works with other associates in CFT and group departments and with outside counsel. Responsible for new real estate and corporate contracts and leases from inception to execution, including alternative/private equity investments. Conducts risk assessments associated with these transactions. Reviews, drafts, negotiates, and finalizes real estate and corporate transactions involving leases, purchase and sale agreements, private equity deals, and other legal documentation independently. Meets CFT s legal contract standards. Works with Property Management, Real Estate Development, Leasing and Alternative Investment functions on construction agreements, easement agreements, restrictive covenant agreements, vendor agreements, and other real estate development and investment approvals and issues. Reviews and negotiates letters of intent, lease renewals, amendments, termination agreements, SNDAs, brokerage agreements, temporary lease/license agreements, and confidentiality agreements. Oversees Due Diligence Specialist/Manager/Paralegal(s) in conducting due diligence reviews and closings for purchases of real estate, and corporate compliance. Performs special projects for the CFT Legal, Real Estate Development and Alternative Investment teams as required. Should have a JD Degree and must be licensed. Must have 4-9 years of real estate and/or corporate legal experience.
 
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