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Corporate Counsel

Menlo Park CA Corporate Counsel The candidate will tackle legal problems from a variety of legal disciplines: securities law, financial services regulation, contract law, immigration, IP, employment, etc. Will advise, product, engineering, IT, business development, marketing, and other teams on a full range of issues related to product development and commercialization, including compliance with laws and regulations on privacy, data security, marketing, safety, consumer protection, risk management, and partner relations. Draft, review, update, and negotiate foundational documents for product and service offerings (e.g., terms of service, privacy policies, and service change notifications). Build processes to improve the companys operating efficiency and mitigate legal risk. Research a range of novel legal questions and distill findings to advise internal stakeholders. Collaborate with in-house and outside counsel to research complex legal and regulatory issues. Partner with outside counsel with an eye toward driving business goals while effectively managing time and cost.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must have 3+ years of legal practice, with some experience at a top tier law firm. Experience advising clients/teams on legal issues related to product development is required. Experience in the financial services industry or representing financial services clients, in an in-house capacity is preferred. Experience developing compliance programs and advising accordingly is desired. Experience with data privacy regulations is an asset. Experience with joint development agreements and partnerships is a plus. Should be a member of a US State Bar, preferably in CA.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-15

Senior Managing Counsel - Commercial And Corporate Support

San Francisco CA Senior Managing Counsel - Commercial and Corporate Support Duties: Lead and develop a diverse team of in-house lawyers, paralegals and team members who are responsible for managing a number of the Banks legal issues across a broad group of areas which may include commercial, litigation, human resources and other corporate support areas. Will be a changemaker who will serve a critical role in providing legal support in the Banks transformation. May include counseling executives on those issues, while identifying emerging risks and proposing risk mitigation strategies; strategic direction on the Departments delivery model and change management strategies; ensure that the Department delivers cost-effective solutions, while supporting a data-driven Department and providing greater visibility into legal work for the business; serve as stakeholder on high-profile projects; manage law firm vendors and legal spend; own and execute on Department policies, goals and budget. As a senior legal official within a vertically integrated global legal team, work closely with colleagues in Americas Legal and Group LEGAL, and assist the General Counsel with special projects relating to Global collaboration.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Must be a member of the California State Bar or otherwise qualified to practice law in California as registered in-house counsel. 10+ years' prior relevant experience in private practice or in an in-house legal department. In-house experience a plus. Would have broad-based corporate legal experience, including familiarity with legal issues arising from some combination of the following: commercial, human resources, litigation and/or other corporate support areas. Excellent analytical thinking and decision-making. Ability to drive results with focus on customer service. Client service-oriented. Excellent and effective verbal and written communication. Good knowledge of corporate business and associated risks. Resource management. Knowledge of laws and regulations impacting financial institutions is preferred, but not essential. Team Player. Excellent interpersonal skills.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-14

Senior Corporate Counsel And Assistant Secretary

San Diego CA Senior Corporate Counsel and Assistant Secretary Duties: Educate and advise internal business stakeholders on relevant corporate governance legal and compliance issues. Support board of directors in secretarial functions as assistant secretary. Draft and review materials to be provided to the board of directors and its committees. 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. Lead preparation and review of the companys annual proxy statement and other materials related to the companys annual meeting of stockholders. Prepare and advise stakeholders regarding recommended 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, assist with the preparation of executive compensation-related plans, agreements, and related communications. Provide effective legal analysis, counseling, research, drafting, advocacy, negotiations and matter-management related to incentive compensation and equity-related issues and matters. Collaborate with and provide advice and counsel other departments, including accounting, investor relations, finance, external reporting, strategy, treasury, tax, and business development, on relevant corporate, governance and securities and related matters. Provide effective counseling, drafting, review, and negotiation in support of teradatas acquisition, divestiture and corporate transactional activities. Provide training to clients and assist in the development of policies, templates and other best practice-related materials and processes. Develop strong strategic relationships with clients. Perform other duties and responsibilities for the corporate law group as directed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school and 10+ years of in-house experience. Should have a strong working knowledge of corporate governance matters, executive compensation and securities disclosure requirements with experience supporting technology businesses. must be a member of the California bar or be eligible to practice as an in-house attorney in California. Should also include a proven ability to lead and manage complex and strategic corporate legal, executive compensation and public-company disclosure matters and to execute all facets of challenging transactions from preliminary/conceptual advice, through structuring, due diligence, negotiating, drafting, closing, integration and post-closing, and conflict resolution.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-14

Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance

Cupertino CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance The candidate will be responsible for implementation and administration of firm's global compliance initiatives, providing guidance and counsel on compliance-related matters and regulatory trends, and the continuous improvement of firm's compliance program. Will assess, develop, revise, implement and maintain compliance policies, processes, workflows and training that keep up with an evolving business. Establish a framework for monitoring and reporting metrics related to a wide array of regulatory requirements. Develop strategies to effectively integrate compliance requirements into firm's business processes to mitigate risks. Co-lead a global compliance and ethics steering committee. Develop and deliver training in key areas of compliance and ethics oversight in conjunction with Human Resources and other members of the Legal Department. Research emerging compliance topics and serve as the primary point of contact for compliance questions and issues. Collaborate with cross-functional teams and subject matter experts globally as a trusted advisor, creative problem-solver and strategic thinker. Report to the Vice President, Legal, Compliance, and Government Relations. Must have demonstrated experience with compliance program management, including successful implementation of processes, policies and training. Legal experience required (a combination of law firm and in-house is preferred). Must have strong work experience in ethics, compliance and risk mitigation. Demonstrated time-management and communication skills needed. Should have JD degree and admission to California Bar (or ability to practice in-house in California). Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-14

Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance

Fremont CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance The candidate will be responsible for implementation and administration of firm's global compliance initiatives, providing guidance and counsel on compliance-related matters and regulatory trends, and the continuous improvement of firm's compliance program. Will assess, develop, revise, implement and maintain compliance policies, processes, workflows and training that keep up with an evolving business. Establish a framework for monitoring and reporting metrics related to a wide array of regulatory requirements. Develop strategies to effectively integrate compliance requirements into firm's business processes to mitigate risks. Co-lead a global compliance and ethics steering committee. Develop and deliver training in key areas of compliance and ethics oversight in conjunction with Human Resources and other members of the Legal Department. Research emerging compliance topics and serve as the primary point of contact for compliance questions and issues. Collaborate with cross-functional teams and subject matter experts globally as a trusted advisor, creative problem-solver and strategic thinker. Report to the Vice President, Legal, Compliance, and Government Relations. Must have demonstrated experience with compliance program management, including successful implementation of processes, policies and training. Legal experience required (a combination of law firm and in-house is preferred). Must have strong work experience in ethics, compliance and risk mitigation. Demonstrated time-management and communication skills needed. Should have JD degree and admission to California Bar (or ability to practice in-house in California). Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-14

Corporate Counsel

Fresno CA Corporate Counsel Duties: Provide expert legal advice and support to the organization. Draft, review and own all legal documentation. Work closely with members across the organization to develop and improve legal processes and procedures that will help the business. Manage all contract management and focus on improvement initiatives. Manage and negotiate purchases from vendors and vendor agreements. Perform daily legal review of advertising and marketing materials and initiatives to ensure compliance with local, state and federal laws in a timely and efficient manner. Partner with Talent Management to evaluate, develop and implement employment practices, employment agreements, policies, and procedures in compliance with employment laws and regulations worldwide. Perform legal and/or factual research and investigations as needed. Maintain regulatory compliance and draft regulatory inquiry responses as needed. Provides litigation support by compiling documentation, drafting discovery and subpoena responses, drafting affidavits; performing various litigation planning activities such as deposition preparation or trial preparation. Maintain and communicate business risks/opportunities to key stakeholders. Evaluate the companys operational and strategic decisions and manage high-profile initiatives with regards to new business models, strategic partnership agreements, etc. Develop and implement new reporting trends and performance indicators that would support long term growth and strategic objectives. Responsible for M&A legal activity including working with the business leaders to identify potential opportunities, assessing and vetting business considerations, identifying synergies, participating in due diligence, developing and maintaining deal valuation models and developing presentations for approval to executive group and the Board. Partner with members of the Executive Team on various projects related to legal, risk management and compliance matters.

Requirements: JD degree from accredited law school required; 5-7 years' related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Manager or Paralegal experience in a large law firm and in-house legal or procurement department highly desirable. Ability to read and interpret legal documents as well as draft when necessary. Ability to write reports and correspondence. Demonstrate exceptional organizational skills and organizational initiative in a corporate legal environment. Assess risk and propose appropriate solutions and recommendations to accomplish business objectives in a legally compliant manner. Knowledge of legal concepts pertaining to areas of responsibility. Demonstrate interpersonal skills that develop high levels of trust, confidence and business partnering with legal department, management and associates. Ability to make decisions, work under pressure and the capacity to use good judgment in critical situations. Successful candidates for this team are well-rounded top performers who thrive in a high-intensity growth environment. Preferred: Ability to practice law in Massachusetts.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-06-12

Corporate Counsel

Los Angeles CA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing, analyzing and negotiating standard and non-standard agreements and template licenses for our digital, healthcare-related products and services. Conducting research, reviewing and analyzing legal risks and compliance matters for the digital healthcare sector. Advising, structuring and documenting complex agreements and relationships with partners. Using excellent interpersonal and communication skills to advise our internal teams on business and legal risks both in contracts, compliance and other matters. Assisting in the development and implementation of scalable contract management policies and procedures, administration, tracking, and templates. Managing paralegal and business support. Appropriately escalating legal and business matters. Other projects as needed to support the broader legal function.

Requirements: 4+ years of experience as a corporate attorney. A mix of transactional law firm and in-house experience is a plus. Legal knowledge of contract law, intellectual property and other areas of law impacting commercial contracts and licensing. Legal knowledge of privacy laws and regulations impacting the healthcare sector recommended. Must be able to problem solve and assist business leads in finding and implementing appropriate solutions to legal and business issues. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, business judgment and project management skills that result in the ability to work effectively with executive management and other employees, clients and vendors. Excellent follow-through and multi-tasking skills. Superior analytic and writing skills. Highly motivated, self-starter with the ability to work independently and in a team environment. Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and a member in good standing of at least one state bar (preferably California, New York or Utah). Experience working with technology companies and in-house a plus. Ability to work efficiently and proactively on multiple projects under tight deadlines while maintaining a commitment to quality.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-10

Corporate Counsel

Los Angeles CA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing, analyzing and negotiating standard and non-standard agreements and template licenses for our digital, healthcare-related products and services. Conducting research, reviewing and analyzing legal risks and compliance matters for the digital healthcare sector. Advising, structuring and documenting complex agreements and relationships with partners. Using excellent interpersonal and communication skills to advise our internal teams on business and legal risks both in contracts, compliance and other matters. Assisting in the development and implementation of scalable contract management policies and procedures, administration, tracking, and templates. Managing paralegal and business support. Appropriately escalating legal and business matters. Other projects as needed to support the broader legal function.

Requirements: 4+ years of experience as a corporate attorney. A mix of transactional law firm and in-house experience is a plus. Legal knowledge of contract law, intellectual property and other areas of law impacting commercial contracts and licensing. Legal knowledge of privacy laws and regulations impacting the healthcare sector recommended. Must be able to problem solve and assist business leads in finding and implementing appropriate solutions to legal and business issues. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, business judgment and project management skills that result in the ability to work effectively with executive management and other employees, clients and vendors. Excellent follow-through and multi-tasking skills. Superior analytic and writing skills. Highly motivated, self-starter with the ability to work independently and in a team environment. Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and a member in good standing of at least one state bar (preferably California, New York or Utah). Experience working with technology companies and in-house a plus. Ability to work efficiently and proactively on multiple projects under tight deadlines while maintaining a commitment to quality.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-10

Corporate Counsel, AMER Commercial

San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel, AMER Commercial Responsibilities: Act as the legal contact for activities in AMER theater and support other sales theaters as needed; Build strong internal and external relationships while balancing the needs in AMER field theater with global strategy and priorities; Provide deep knowledge of relevant aspects of United States, Canada and Latin American laws, concerning commercial terms including but not limited to data privacy/governance, cybersecurity and government contracts; Focus primarily on drafting and negotiating outbound software license, sales channel and strategic alliance sales, cloud service, system integrator and OEM contracts; Anticipate changes to and advise on relevant laws impacting commercial activities and its customers; Lead complex commercial transactions, including developing key strategic relationships; Provide continuous improvement of standard form agreements, playbooks, contract templates, and legal processes; Effectively advise, educate and train on and assist in the enforcement of corporate policies and compliance programs; Implement strategic initiatives that advance business including priorities and initiatives; and Perform other legal responsibilities as requested.

Requirements: Law degree with excellent academic credentials. Licensed to practice law in California preferred. 6+ years of in-depth experience in enterprise software licensing, SaaS and partner sales transactions. In-house experience strongly desired and previous experience in the legal department of a US listed company preferred. Deep substantive transaction experience with complex contract and/or licensing agreements, working with two-tier sales partners and experience working in fast-paced technology-driven companies are required. Deep experience in compliance, data security, privacy, and intellectual property matters, and strong knowledge of local data protection laws required; and knowledge of data protection laws of other countries, preferred.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-10

Director & Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Data Analytics And Digital Platform

San Rafael CA Director & Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Data Analytics and Digital Platform Duties: Develop and maintain expertise in the law related to data use and analytics, including privacy, consumer protection, security, intellectual property, marketing, and developing areas including machine learning. Manage a team of legal professionals directly, and indirectly. Act as lead / coordinating attorney (working with legal colleagues, LBPs, Privacy team, and others) on global data analytics legal issues. Act as legal representative in various forums regarding data governance, enable key data initiatives with strategic data analytics legal inputs (including the development and drafting of data analytics policy, guidance, and self-service knowledge assets). Act as the primary attorney to work with the Government Relations team to enable Autodesk to develop a strategic public-facing POV and to influence legislation and policy regarding data use and analytics. Working closely with the privacy and compliance legal teams, will partner across with security, product, DPE engineering teams and others to: Design and implement policies, processes and controls to manage legal and compliance risk associated with data analytics projects and services. Enable the development of data analytic products and services while ensuring legal compliance and risk mitigation. Develop trainings and counsel business and technical teams to mitigate legal risks of a myriad new data analytics uses: customer-facing analytics services and products, operational analytics, internal business insights and license compliance analytics programs. Corporate Development. Working with the companys Corporate Development and Integration teams, you identify and mitigate data risks in acquisition and integration of acquired assets and entities into data ecosystems. Creation of content and execution of programs designed to increase the overall capability and knowledge of data analytics across the legal department. Lead Legal Analytics Working Group (LAWG) comprised of attorneys advising core data-focused businesses. Build and leverage LAWG to enable consistent advice for sales, product, marketing, and technical teams during the full data analytical lifecycle - from concept to data processing to delivery. Participate in, or lead, Legal Department Goals focused on data analytics. Propose, design, and manage Legal Department initiatives designed to expose more legal colleagues to data analytics issues.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school; member in good standing of the California Bar. 10 years in-house experience at a technology company. Significant experience and expertise in data use and analytics issues, including data products and platforms, artificial intelligence/machine learning, and the management of legal risks associated with a variety of data analytics insights programs (including operational insights, internal business metrics and product improvement insights, customer-facing insights). Strong expertise in global data privacy regulation (including GDPR, ePrivacy, PIPEDA, and various US state-level laws). Superior business acumen; ability to use business context to generate creative, pragmatic legal solutions to achieve business objectives while mitigating risks. Experience managing a team of legal professionals (attorneys and/or paralegals). Outstanding judgment and knowledge of the law. Truly exceptional written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills. Preferred: CIPP/E and/or CIPP/US certification from the IAPP. Prior experience in a well-regarded law firm focusing on data analytics and technology transactions for software and/or platform companies. Experience providing legal support to product development and engineering teams in a SaaS software or PaaS company. Experience with sophisticated and diverse business models (especially subscription-based models).
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-10
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CWWI144553
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will tackle legal problems from a variety of legal disciplines: securities law, financial services regulation, contract law, immigration, IP, employment, etc. Will advise, product, engineering, IT, business development, marketing, and other teams on a full range of issues related to product development and commercialization, including compliance with laws and regulations on privacy, data security, marketing, safety, consumer protection, risk management, and partner relations. Draft, review, update, and negotiate foundational documents for product and service offerings (e.g., terms of service, privacy policies, and service change notifications). Build processes to improve the companys operating efficiency and mitigate legal risk. Research a range of novel legal questions and distill findings to advise internal stakeholders. Collaborate with in-house and outside counsel to research complex legal and regulatory issues. Partner with outside counsel with an eye toward driving business goals while effectively managing time and cost.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must have 3+ years of legal practice, with some experience at a top tier law firm. Experience advising clients/teams on legal issues related to product development is required. Experience in the financial services industry or representing financial services clients, in an in-house capacity is preferred. Experience developing compliance programs and advising accordingly is desired. Experience with data privacy regulations is an asset. Experience with joint development agreements and partnerships is a plus. Should be a member of a US State Bar, preferably in CA.
 
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Senior Managing Counsel - Commercial And Corporate Support
Refer job# NJGO144503
 
Senior Managing Counsel - Commercial and Corporate Support Duties: Lead and develop a diverse team of in-house lawyers, paralegals and team members who are responsible for managing a number of the Banks legal issues across a broad group of areas which may include commercial, litigation, human resources and other corporate support areas. Will be a changemaker who will serve a critical role in providing legal support in the Banks transformation. May include counseling executives on those issues, while identifying emerging risks and proposing risk mitigation strategies; strategic direction on the Departments delivery model and change management strategies; ensure that the Department delivers cost-effective solutions, while supporting a data-driven Department and providing greater visibility into legal work for the business; serve as stakeholder on high-profile projects; manage law firm vendors and legal spend; own and execute on Department policies, goals and budget. As a senior legal official within a vertically integrated global legal team, work closely with colleagues in Americas Legal and Group LEGAL, and assist the General Counsel with special projects relating to Global collaboration.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Must be a member of the California State Bar or otherwise qualified to practice law in California as registered in-house counsel. 10+ years' prior relevant experience in private practice or in an in-house legal department. In-house experience a plus. Would have broad-based corporate legal experience, including familiarity with legal issues arising from some combination of the following: commercial, human resources, litigation and/or other corporate support areas. Excellent analytical thinking and decision-making. Ability to drive results with focus on customer service. Client service-oriented. Excellent and effective verbal and written communication. Good knowledge of corporate business and associated risks. Resource management. Knowledge of laws and regulations impacting financial institutions is preferred, but not essential. Team Player. Excellent interpersonal skills.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel And Assistant Secretary
Refer job# AHEB144505
 
Senior Corporate Counsel and Assistant Secretary Duties: Educate and advise internal business stakeholders on relevant corporate governance legal and compliance issues. Support board of directors in secretarial functions as assistant secretary. Draft and review materials to be provided to the board of directors and its committees. 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. Lead preparation and review of the companys annual proxy statement and other materials related to the companys annual meeting of stockholders. Prepare and advise stakeholders regarding recommended 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, assist with the preparation of executive compensation-related plans, agreements, and related communications. Provide effective legal analysis, counseling, research, drafting, advocacy, negotiations and matter-management related to incentive compensation and equity-related issues and matters. Collaborate with and provide advice and counsel other departments, including accounting, investor relations, finance, external reporting, strategy, treasury, tax, and business development, on relevant corporate, governance and securities and related matters. Provide effective counseling, drafting, review, and negotiation in support of teradatas acquisition, divestiture and corporate transactional activities. Provide training to clients and assist in the development of policies, templates and other best practice-related materials and processes. Develop strong strategic relationships with clients. Perform other duties and responsibilities for the corporate law group as directed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school and 10+ years of in-house experience. Should have a strong working knowledge of corporate governance matters, executive compensation and securities disclosure requirements with experience supporting technology businesses. must be a member of the California bar or be eligible to practice as an in-house attorney in California. Should also include a proven ability to lead and manage complex and strategic corporate legal, executive compensation and public-company disclosure matters and to execute all facets of challenging transactions from preliminary/conceptual advice, through structuring, due diligence, negotiating, drafting, closing, integration and post-closing, and conflict resolution.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance
Refer job# QEWX144506
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance The candidate will be responsible for implementation and administration of firm's global compliance initiatives, providing guidance and counsel on compliance-related matters and regulatory trends, and the continuous improvement of firm's compliance program. Will assess, develop, revise, implement and maintain compliance policies, processes, workflows and training that keep up with an evolving business. Establish a framework for monitoring and reporting metrics related to a wide array of regulatory requirements. Develop strategies to effectively integrate compliance requirements into firm's business processes to mitigate risks. Co-lead a global compliance and ethics steering committee. Develop and deliver training in key areas of compliance and ethics oversight in conjunction with Human Resources and other members of the Legal Department. Research emerging compliance topics and serve as the primary point of contact for compliance questions and issues. Collaborate with cross-functional teams and subject matter experts globally as a trusted advisor, creative problem-solver and strategic thinker. Report to the Vice President, Legal, Compliance, and Government Relations. Must have demonstrated experience with compliance program management, including successful implementation of processes, policies and training. Legal experience required (a combination of law firm and in-house is preferred). Must have strong work experience in ethics, compliance and risk mitigation. Demonstrated time-management and communication skills needed. Should have JD degree and admission to California Bar (or ability to practice in-house in California).
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance
Refer job# YIFF144507
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance The candidate will be responsible for implementation and administration of firm's global compliance initiatives, providing guidance and counsel on compliance-related matters and regulatory trends, and the continuous improvement of firm's compliance program. Will assess, develop, revise, implement and maintain compliance policies, processes, workflows and training that keep up with an evolving business. Establish a framework for monitoring and reporting metrics related to a wide array of regulatory requirements. Develop strategies to effectively integrate compliance requirements into firm's business processes to mitigate risks. Co-lead a global compliance and ethics steering committee. Develop and deliver training in key areas of compliance and ethics oversight in conjunction with Human Resources and other members of the Legal Department. Research emerging compliance topics and serve as the primary point of contact for compliance questions and issues. Collaborate with cross-functional teams and subject matter experts globally as a trusted advisor, creative problem-solver and strategic thinker. Report to the Vice President, Legal, Compliance, and Government Relations. Must have demonstrated experience with compliance program management, including successful implementation of processes, policies and training. Legal experience required (a combination of law firm and in-house is preferred). Must have strong work experience in ethics, compliance and risk mitigation. Demonstrated time-management and communication skills needed. Should have JD degree and admission to California Bar (or ability to practice in-house in California).
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# XPVT144463
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Provide expert legal advice and support to the organization. Draft, review and own all legal documentation. Work closely with members across the organization to develop and improve legal processes and procedures that will help the business. Manage all contract management and focus on improvement initiatives. Manage and negotiate purchases from vendors and vendor agreements. Perform daily legal review of advertising and marketing materials and initiatives to ensure compliance with local, state and federal laws in a timely and efficient manner. Partner with Talent Management to evaluate, develop and implement employment practices, employment agreements, policies, and procedures in compliance with employment laws and regulations worldwide. Perform legal and/or factual research and investigations as needed. Maintain regulatory compliance and draft regulatory inquiry responses as needed. Provides litigation support by compiling documentation, drafting discovery and subpoena responses, drafting affidavits; performing various litigation planning activities such as deposition preparation or trial preparation. Maintain and communicate business risks/opportunities to key stakeholders. Evaluate the companys operational and strategic decisions and manage high-profile initiatives with regards to new business models, strategic partnership agreements, etc. Develop and implement new reporting trends and performance indicators that would support long term growth and strategic objectives. Responsible for M&A legal activity including working with the business leaders to identify potential opportunities, assessing and vetting business considerations, identifying synergies, participating in due diligence, developing and maintaining deal valuation models and developing presentations for approval to executive group and the Board. Partner with members of the Executive Team on various projects related to legal, risk management and compliance matters.

Requirements: JD degree from accredited law school required; 5-7 years' related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Manager or Paralegal experience in a large law firm and in-house legal or procurement department highly desirable. Ability to read and interpret legal documents as well as draft when necessary. Ability to write reports and correspondence. Demonstrate exceptional organizational skills and organizational initiative in a corporate legal environment. Assess risk and propose appropriate solutions and recommendations to accomplish business objectives in a legally compliant manner. Knowledge of legal concepts pertaining to areas of responsibility. Demonstrate interpersonal skills that develop high levels of trust, confidence and business partnering with legal department, management and associates. Ability to make decisions, work under pressure and the capacity to use good judgment in critical situations. Successful candidates for this team are well-rounded top performers who thrive in a high-intensity growth environment. Preferred: Ability to practice law in Massachusetts.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KENF144444
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing, analyzing and negotiating standard and non-standard agreements and template licenses for our digital, healthcare-related products and services. Conducting research, reviewing and analyzing legal risks and compliance matters for the digital healthcare sector. Advising, structuring and documenting complex agreements and relationships with partners. Using excellent interpersonal and communication skills to advise our internal teams on business and legal risks both in contracts, compliance and other matters. Assisting in the development and implementation of scalable contract management policies and procedures, administration, tracking, and templates. Managing paralegal and business support. Appropriately escalating legal and business matters. Other projects as needed to support the broader legal function.

Requirements: 4+ years of experience as a corporate attorney. A mix of transactional law firm and in-house experience is a plus. Legal knowledge of contract law, intellectual property and other areas of law impacting commercial contracts and licensing. Legal knowledge of privacy laws and regulations impacting the healthcare sector recommended. Must be able to problem solve and assist business leads in finding and implementing appropriate solutions to legal and business issues. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, business judgment and project management skills that result in the ability to work effectively with executive management and other employees, clients and vendors. Excellent follow-through and multi-tasking skills. Superior analytic and writing skills. Highly motivated, self-starter with the ability to work independently and in a team environment. Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and a member in good standing of at least one state bar (preferably California, New York or Utah). Experience working with technology companies and in-house a plus. Ability to work efficiently and proactively on multiple projects under tight deadlines while maintaining a commitment to quality.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VZRT144445
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Drafting, reviewing, analyzing and negotiating standard and non-standard agreements and template licenses for our digital, healthcare-related products and services. Conducting research, reviewing and analyzing legal risks and compliance matters for the digital healthcare sector. Advising, structuring and documenting complex agreements and relationships with partners. Using excellent interpersonal and communication skills to advise our internal teams on business and legal risks both in contracts, compliance and other matters. Assisting in the development and implementation of scalable contract management policies and procedures, administration, tracking, and templates. Managing paralegal and business support. Appropriately escalating legal and business matters. Other projects as needed to support the broader legal function.

Requirements: 4+ years of experience as a corporate attorney. A mix of transactional law firm and in-house experience is a plus. Legal knowledge of contract law, intellectual property and other areas of law impacting commercial contracts and licensing. Legal knowledge of privacy laws and regulations impacting the healthcare sector recommended. Must be able to problem solve and assist business leads in finding and implementing appropriate solutions to legal and business issues. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, business judgment and project management skills that result in the ability to work effectively with executive management and other employees, clients and vendors. Excellent follow-through and multi-tasking skills. Superior analytic and writing skills. Highly motivated, self-starter with the ability to work independently and in a team environment. Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and a member in good standing of at least one state bar (preferably California, New York or Utah). Experience working with technology companies and in-house a plus. Ability to work efficiently and proactively on multiple projects under tight deadlines while maintaining a commitment to quality.
 
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Corporate Counsel, AMER Commercial
Refer job# SQGX144447
 
Corporate Counsel, AMER Commercial Responsibilities: Act as the legal contact for activities in AMER theater and support other sales theaters as needed; Build strong internal and external relationships while balancing the needs in AMER field theater with global strategy and priorities; Provide deep knowledge of relevant aspects of United States, Canada and Latin American laws, concerning commercial terms including but not limited to data privacy/governance, cybersecurity and government contracts; Focus primarily on drafting and negotiating outbound software license, sales channel and strategic alliance sales, cloud service, system integrator and OEM contracts; Anticipate changes to and advise on relevant laws impacting commercial activities and its customers; Lead complex commercial transactions, including developing key strategic relationships; Provide continuous improvement of standard form agreements, playbooks, contract templates, and legal processes; Effectively advise, educate and train on and assist in the enforcement of corporate policies and compliance programs; Implement strategic initiatives that advance business including priorities and initiatives; and Perform other legal responsibilities as requested.

Requirements: Law degree with excellent academic credentials. Licensed to practice law in California preferred. 6+ years of in-depth experience in enterprise software licensing, SaaS and partner sales transactions. In-house experience strongly desired and previous experience in the legal department of a US listed company preferred. Deep substantive transaction experience with complex contract and/or licensing agreements, working with two-tier sales partners and experience working in fast-paced technology-driven companies are required. Deep experience in compliance, data security, privacy, and intellectual property matters, and strong knowledge of local data protection laws required; and knowledge of data protection laws of other countries, preferred.
 
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Director & Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Data Analytics And Digital Platform
Refer job# MNOH144452
 
Director & Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Data Analytics and Digital Platform Duties: Develop and maintain expertise in the law related to data use and analytics, including privacy, consumer protection, security, intellectual property, marketing, and developing areas including machine learning. Manage a team of legal professionals directly, and indirectly. Act as lead / coordinating attorney (working with legal colleagues, LBPs, Privacy team, and others) on global data analytics legal issues. Act as legal representative in various forums regarding data governance, enable key data initiatives with strategic data analytics legal inputs (including the development and drafting of data analytics policy, guidance, and self-service knowledge assets). Act as the primary attorney to work with the Government Relations team to enable Autodesk to develop a strategic public-facing POV and to influence legislation and policy regarding data use and analytics. Working closely with the privacy and compliance legal teams, will partner across with security, product, DPE engineering teams and others to: Design and implement policies, processes and controls to manage legal and compliance risk associated with data analytics projects and services. Enable the development of data analytic products and services while ensuring legal compliance and risk mitigation. Develop trainings and counsel business and technical teams to mitigate legal risks of a myriad new data analytics uses: customer-facing analytics services and products, operational analytics, internal business insights and license compliance analytics programs. Corporate Development. Working with the companys Corporate Development and Integration teams, you identify and mitigate data risks in acquisition and integration of acquired assets and entities into data ecosystems. Creation of content and execution of programs designed to increase the overall capability and knowledge of data analytics across the legal department. Lead Legal Analytics Working Group (LAWG) comprised of attorneys advising core data-focused businesses. Build and leverage LAWG to enable consistent advice for sales, product, marketing, and technical teams during the full data analytical lifecycle - from concept to data processing to delivery. Participate in, or lead, Legal Department Goals focused on data analytics. Propose, design, and manage Legal Department initiatives designed to expose more legal colleagues to data analytics issues.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school; member in good standing of the California Bar. 10 years in-house experience at a technology company. Significant experience and expertise in data use and analytics issues, including data products and platforms, artificial intelligence/machine learning, and the management of legal risks associated with a variety of data analytics insights programs (including operational insights, internal business metrics and product improvement insights, customer-facing insights). Strong expertise in global data privacy regulation (including GDPR, ePrivacy, PIPEDA, and various US state-level laws). Superior business acumen; ability to use business context to generate creative, pragmatic legal solutions to achieve business objectives while mitigating risks. Experience managing a team of legal professionals (attorneys and/or paralegals). Outstanding judgment and knowledge of the law. Truly exceptional written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills. Preferred: CIPP/E and/or CIPP/US certification from the IAPP. Prior experience in a well-regarded law firm focusing on data analytics and technology transactions for software and/or platform companies. Experience providing legal support to product development and engineering teams in a SaaS software or PaaS company. Experience with sophisticated and diverse business models (especially subscription-based models).
 
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