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Counsel, Corporate Transactions

Washington DC Counsel, Corporate Transactions Duties: The candidate will serve as a legal subject matter expert on strategic corporate and M&A transactions, including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating transaction documents. Lead legal due diligence activities and advise on structuring, antitrust and other compliance matters. Partner with cross-functional teams to support corporate development initiatives, transactions, and integrations. Draft and negotiate contracts, including confidentiality, vendor, and partnership agreements. Coordinate and oversee the work of external counsel. Assist with the Company's securities offerings and financial transactions. Support the treasury function, including advising on compliance with debt covenants. Support the corporate secretarial function, including assisting with the preparation of board and committee materials. Assist with regulatory and compliance matters, including developing, implementing, and leading training on policies. Stay current on trends, legal developments, and best practices. Work on other corporate transactional and governance matters, as needed.

Required Qualifications: A J.D. degree from a top-tier law school in the United States and licensed to practice law in good standing in at least one state in the United States. Should have 5 years of experience in M&A, transactional, and/or capital markets practice. Prior experience working as a corporate transactional attorney at a reputable law firm or in an in-house corporate legal department at a public or late-stage private company. Excellent academic credentials. Preferred Qualifications: Experience working at or advising on corporate transactions for technology companies. Experience supporting corporate finance activities. Demonstrated knowledge of, and ability to navigate, complex legal and regulatory compliance issues, including securities laws. Team player who is also able to self-start and work independently. Deal/negotiation experience is essential. Positive, problem-solving, business-focused attitude with good judgment and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, on schedule, and without compromising ethics or integrity. Track record of establishing strong working relationships with internal/external business clients, including senior leaders, and within the legal department. Excellent organizational, project management, problem-solving and communication skills, with strong attention to detail. The high degree of professionalism and discretion in handling confidential legal matters.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-20

Corporate Counsel

Washington DC Corporate Counsel, CoStar The candidate will draft, modify and negotiate a variety of sales/revenue and vendor contracts and addenda. Intake and workflow management of staff and customer requests. Create and distribute template agreements or addenda for broader company use. Review and complete requests for proposals and customer/vendor questionnaires. Assist with compliance related to various laws and regulations. Perform legal research and writing. Assist with general corporate legal matters, including special projects relating to M&A, product advancement, piracy, and regulatory compliance matters. Should have JD degree, admission into at least one state Bar, active and in good standing. Should preferably have 5-7 years of experience, some in-house experience. Experience with, or understanding of, commercial real estate will be considered helpful. Must have excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, with the ability to be flexible and adapt to frequently changing workloads and responsibilities. Must have excellent writing, analytical, and communication skills. Must have initiative, be able to act decisively, work independently and exercise good judgment. Must have an acute attention to detail. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2022-05-20

Corporate Counsel

Washington DC Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, review, revise, and negotiate complex commercial agreements, to enable customer success and meet Cisco goals. Support the development of new products, including drafting license entitlements and other offer terms, assessing open-source licenses, and analyzing privacy and security implications. Develop close working relationships with the sales, engineering, operations, finance, and legal teams bringing our products to market, as well as a deep understanding of our go-to-market strategies, business processes, and product offerings. Become adept at quickly making sound legal judgments to facilitate nimble business execution. Manage legal requests from multiple internal clients, with the ability to prioritize. Respond promptly to requests from internal clients. Summarize and communicate legal issues in plain English. Assist in the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and the legal playbook, and be a phenomenal teammate, willing to pitch in and assist wherever needed. Should have a Bar admission in any US jurisdiction with good standing, and 6+ years of relevant experience at a law firm and/or in-house (the ideal candidate will have both law firm and in-house experience). Experience and familiarity with data privacy such as GDPR, CCPA, and other privacy laws, as well as as-a-service offerings. CIPP/E certification is a plus. Experience supporting complex transactions in a software business. Exceptional contract negotiation and drafting skills, with the ability to discuss complex issues in a clear and simple manner both in writing and orally, are a plus. Experience supporting product development in the software business is preferred. Deep knowledge of applicable law, focused attention to detail, and ability to work independently. Strong organizational and social skills and desire to make legal processes more efficient. Excellent business judgment, advocating for acceptable legal risk to enable business outcomes. Customer and client-centric approach, demonstrating respect and a positive attitude under all circumstances. Strong leadership skills, wanting to supply to a team culture focused on shared success. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-20

Counsel, Corporate and Business Development

Washington DC Counsel, Corporate and Business Development Duties: The candidate will lead drafting and negotiations, structuring and counseling on transactions (including mergers and acquisitions, strategic equity investments, strategic divestitures, global licenses, collaborations and partnerships and other transactions). Will identify and resolve critical legal issues and identify and help resolve critical business issues arising from transactions. Oversee and manage the legal due diligence process. Partner with Corporate Development and Business Development clients to ensure strategic alignment in all transactions, escalating matters as appropriate with the judgment to understand when escalation is necessary. Manage business relationships and counsel business clients across a broad sphere of influence, internally and externally, on transaction and strategic issues pertaining to strategic alliance partnerships and collaborations. Contribute to highly collaborative culture with effective relationships with peers in the legal department as well as other key functions. As appropriate, manage and organize antitrust approvals and negotiations with antitrust authorities and regulators.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a Law degree from a recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license is required. Must have 5+ years of legal M&A, licensing and/or collaboration transactional experience. Experience drafting and negotiating complex transaction agreements. Experience in bio-pharmaceutical or life-sciences industry transactions preferred. Understanding of bio-pharmaceutical/life-sciences industry. Has excellent interpersonal skills and can manage internal client expectations and can work/operate well with a variety of personalities/capabilities in cross-functional teams, matrix environment. Must have high integrity, ability to assess risk, ability to make decisions and think strategically while applying knowledge of applicable legal issues. Excellent verbal and writing skills and business judgment are required. Ability to communicate effectively with management and senior management personnel. Ability to train and develop the other members of the team. Ability to work independently, effectively and efficiently and perform against broad objectives.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-14

Principal Corporate Counsel

Washington DC Principal Corporate Counsel The candidate will be providing support for systems, processes, and tooling that enables them to engage in open source and standards at scale. Conducting open source license and standards engagement review processes. Advising clients on a broad range of topics including open source, open standards, software licensing, and open source license compliance. Counseling and coaching clients on open source and standards strategy, engagement approaches, and policy. Being an open-source and open standards thought leader internally and externally. Representing in open source and standards foundations, committees, and communities. Working with engineering groups to develop and refine software tooling and human processes to enable open source and standards engagement at scale. Collaborating with experts across the company on issues such as patents, copyright, privacy, antitrust, and corporate law.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate Degree or Equivalent International Degree OR Completion of a Legal Apprenticeship. Active license to practice law in a jurisdiction and capable of meeting admission requirements in the relevant jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years experience as a practicing attorney OR equivalent practice of law. 3+ years of experience as an attorney in open source or standards is preferred. In-house counsel experience is preferred. Experience with patents, copyright, software licensing, and technology transactions is preferred. Interest in non-profit corporate governance (experience a plus). Strong negotiation and diplomatic skills. Ability to collaborate effectively across diverse groups and communities. Excellent communication and drafting skills. Strong judgment and the ability to effectively balance legal risks against business interests. A bias for action and driving client-focused results.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-09

Vp, Corporate Counsel, Individual Life & Enabling Solutions

Washington DC VP, Corporate Counsel, Individual Life & Enabling Solutions Duties: A key member of a high performing, highly collaborative legal team that is responsible for managing a wide array of legal matters that arise in connection with the operational aspects of the manufacture, distribution, and administration of individual life and annuity products sold by Prudential's businesses, supporting Prudential's transformation to modernize customer service, including enhancement of digital capabilities, and optimization of outsourcing and third party administration relationships, and cross-business or business unit-specific initiatives and special projects. Providing legal and regulatory advice to Prudential's businesses in the ongoing administration, servicing and management of individual life and annuity products, including advice related to oversight and monitoring of vendor activities/relationships, electronic business platforms/interfaces and representation in associated cross-business regulatory inquiries and corporate initiatives. Interfacing with law, compliance and other control teams for other domestic business units supported by the service organization to maximize efficiencies, develop cross-business best practices and facilitate resolution of issues. Coordinating with applicable stakeholders to provide legal analysis and advice in connection with new and existing laws, the development/enhancement of processes and procedures, and regulatory examinations, audits and inquiries. Coordinating and providing legal analysis and advice relative to enterprise initiatives. Reviewing and drafting contracts, memoranda and other documentation relating to the administration and servicing of insurance products, related business groups, vendors and distributing partners. Reviewing and providing advice on communications to customers and distribution partners as related to state regulatory, operational and administrative aspects of the businesses. Assisting in the creation and introduction of new products, as well as modifications to existing products and services relative to state regulatory, operational and administrative aspects. Keeping senior business management and other personnel apprised of pertinent legal and regulatory developments. Performing special projects as assigned by senior Law department management.

Qualifications: Ability to work independently on complex issues and adapt quickly to address the needs of business clients in a highly scrutinized and constantly evolving regulatory environment in a collaborative and risk appropriate manner. Must have 6-10+ years of sophisticated corporate, law firm, in-house and/or regulatory legal experience. Prior experience involving state insurance and other laws and regulations applicable to or litigation involving annuities and/or life insurance or other retail financial service companies or products, e-commerce, outsourcing and third-party administrators, FINRA rules, the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933, and/or the Securities Act of 1934 will be favorably considered but not required. Relationship Building and Interpersonal Skills: able to build solid and constructive relationships with key stakeholders at all levels across the organization, including senior executives, peers, and colleagues; successfully operates across cultures, complex organizational structures, and multi-functional teams to drive alignment and achieve goals; demonstrates strong executive presence with excellent consultative skills. Business and Financial Acumen: able to understand the strategic business and financial needs of the company including knowledge of current and possible future policies, practices, trends, and information affecting the business and organization; understands the needs of customers, the broader marketplace and how to leverage business insights to drive outcomes. Seeks to understand the trends impacting customers, competition, and marketplace. Is personally and emotionally invested in understanding the customers' needs and feelings. Takes a broad view of the environment to identify opportunities. Is recognized as a thought leader. Possesses an innovative, insightful mindset with a willingness to learn as well as challenge the status quo; proven ability to prioritize, adapt and execute proactively and successfully. Uses rigorous logic to analyze and understand why problems occur; leverages innovative thinking to assist the business in generating and implementing creative, cost effective and realistic solutions that create business impact. Leverages a combination of strong verbal and written communication skills, highly developed emotional intelligence, savvy navigation of complex business structures, well developed executive presence and data fluency to drive decision-making; gains support and commitment from others; mobilizes people to action. Focuses on creating an environment of honesty, inclusion and respect for others; openness to and champions differing ideas and perspectives; collaborates in a fully inclusive manner. Consciously works to understand change and people impact; embraces and leads through transformational change; desires to ensure associate engagement and stability in teams. Coordinates with key stakeholders to achieve risk smart operations solutions.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2022-05-02

Senior Corporate Counsel, Litigation

Washington DC Senior Corporate Counsel, Litigation Duties: Report to the Vice President, Associate General Counsel at. Independently manage a caseload of a wide range of affirmative and defensive disputes, claims, mediations, arbitrations, government/regulatory inquiries in numerous jurisdictions, working cases from beginning to end, and resolving disputes in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Serve as a legal advisor to the business - particularly support and marketing teams - through risk assessment, risk management, and pragmatic decision-making. Use information gleaned from dispute resolution to track trends in dispute topics and identify and mitigate areas of risk. Review marketing materials for compliance with advertising law. Prepare responses to 3rd party subpoenas for documents and/or witness testimony. Think ahead, see around corners, and help to prepare for and address issues that may create litigation risk in the future. The role also has the opportunity to expand into other legal areas and widen the candidate's skill set, including by supporting transactions, assisting with managing the Company's intellectual property portfolio, and supporting HR and the AGC, Employment in employment matters.

Qualifications: Must have 3+ years of experience handling litigation matters, with a proficient understanding of commercial and consumer litigation strategy, ideally gained through experience in a top law firm and/or an in-house setting. Experience litigating in a number of forums, including federal court, state court, arbitration, and agency proceedings, and knowledge about procedural rules in each forum. Demonstrated business acumen, strong analytical skills, and the ability to grasp important business, legal, and financial issues facing the company. Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to build strong relationships across functions and to communicate effectively with senior business leaders, as well as other professionals and colleagues at all levels of an organization. Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tight deadlines in a frequently high-paced environment. Highly nimble, adaptable, and agile team player with dynamic range, adept at collaborative and strategic decision-making, as well as results-oriented execution. Sound judgment and ability to quickly assess business challenges, make timely, pragmatic recommendations under pressure, and identify, prioritize, and resolve issues quickly and independently. Sophisticated verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate complex issues in a simple way. Strong technology interest and aptitude. Juris Doctor from an accredited law school is required. Member of a US State Bar in good standing.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-02

Associate Corporate Counsel

Washington DC Associate Corporate Counsel Duties: Work closely with stakeholders such as Product, Finance, Marketing, Partnerships, Sales, and fellow Chrome and non-Chrome Legal commercial and PCounsel team members on inbound and outbound license strategy, OEM device launches, distribution models, strategic partnerships, store placement, retail and marketing initiatives, and more. Perform legal analysis, complete legal assignments independently, respond promptly to legal requests from clients and legal colleagues, summarizing and communicating legal concepts and potential courses of action. Structure, draft, and facilitate commercial transactions, and intellectual property licenses (including open source) and agreements. Advise on legal and commercial issues and options across all business functions (e.g., Operations, Engineering, Sales, Marketing, Finance, Tax, and/or Compliance). Ensure agreements comply with company policy and risk tolerance. Advise clients on risks and options, complex agreement structures, approval processes, company policies and procedures, intellectual property, and business strategy.

Required Qualifications: JD, equivalent degree, or equivalent practical experience. Must have 3 years of attorney level work experience in the government, in-house or at a law firm. Admitted to the Bar and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law (e.g., have registered in-house status) in the state in which the position is located. Desired Qualifications: Have 5 years of experience in commercial transactions. Experience with transaction work and related agreement project management. Experience structuring, drafting and negotiating a diverse range of commercial agreements (e.g., intellectual property licensing, development, supply, carrier and channel agreements, retail, and marketing agreements). Experience advising clients on risks and options, agreement structures, approval processes, company policies and procedures, IP and business strategy. Experience with commercial contracting, including knowledge of law. Ability to work cross-functionally with business functions and lines of business.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-02

Corporate Counsel

Washington DC Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Enforcement of policies and procedures as related to contract authorization limits, routing of contracts for approval and signature authority. Oversight of a full spectrum of legal work, including real estate matters, intellectual property, insurance matters, supplier/vendor relationships, partnerships, trade secrets, etc. Assist with a range of commercial contract matters, including reviewing, drafting and negotiating complex agreements, with a significant focus on helping to support sales, marketing, and operations. Work includes ensuring proper administration of commercial, customer and vendor contracts, from intake of new contracts to sunsetting of expired relationships and oversight of supplier agreements, NDAs, MSAs, etc. Oversee Contract Manager in the drafting of meal distribution or food product contracts based on RFP or IFB submitted by schools in coordination with the sales department. Assist in compiling all elements required of such contracts (e.g. nutritional analysis, operational plan, pricing, certifications) and ensure timely submission of all bids. Provide legal training programs for internal clients regarding applicable laws and regulations on a variety of subjects. Select and retain outside counsel, as required, to obtain legal opinions on difficult or sensitive issues or to handle claims and litigation. Support on matters pertaining to mergers and acquisitions. Manage contract management system, including creating and maintaining legal templates, and contract reporting to be shared with leadership, the Board, and across departments. Assist in the review of marketing and promotional materials for compliance with Company policies and applicable laws and regulations.

Qualifications: J.D from a top-tier law school and CA Bar admission. 7+ years of experience in a large law firm. In-house counsel experience is strongly preferred. Adept with Excel and Word, and contracts lifecycle management technology. Excellent problem solving, organizational, and communication skills. Obsessive about details with a passion for continuous improvement. Ability to analyze and interpret issues and prepare legal opinions. Expertise in reviewing, negotiating, and drafting a variety of agreements, including commercial, vendor/ supplier, and nondisclosure. Pragmatic business sense with the ability to recognize commercial implications of legal advice. Ability to manage simultaneous projects by setting priorities and being flexible. Ability and adaptability to working in a fast-paced, constantly changing, and deadline-driven environment. Ability to communicate with executives, internal clients, outside counsel, and external partners. Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to explain complex issues in simple, polite, and clear terms. Superior decision-making and interpersonal skills with a sense of professional discretion.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-23

Counsel - Corporate

Washington DC Counsel - Corporate Responsibilities: Support the DGC on corporate transactions including debt and equity securities financings; legal entity formation, dissolution, and administration; legal entity reorganizations; M&A; and other corporate initiatives. Assist the DGC with organizing and convening shareholder meetings and activities as needed. Support the DGC and other corporate legal team members with administering employee equity programs, including option grants, exercises, repurchases and related matters. Assist with public company readiness. Manage outside counsel on issues related to all aspects of corporate transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, and other complex transactions. Draft organizational documents, including shareholders agreements, partnership, and LLC operating agreements, bye-laws, joint venture documentation, and general corporate contracts. Draft board and shareholder resolutions and other corporate approvals. Work closely with a corporate paralegal on matters related to's global subsidiary portfolio. Assist with contracts including non-disclosure agreements, real estate leases, vendor contracts, and partner agreements as needed. Support company compliance program and related compliance efforts. Assist with corporate insurance program renewals.

Qualifications: J.D., L.L.B., or equivalent from an accredited law school. Should have 3-5 years of experience with M&A, pubic/SEC companies, and corporate governance (law firm or corporate experience). Experience negotiating and closing sophisticated corporate transactions. Substantive knowledge of U.S. federal securities laws. Familiarity with employee stock option plans and awards, including incentive stock options and non-qualified stock options. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Bilingual candidates are highly desired.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2022-04-22
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Assistant General Counsel
In-House,John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Location : Washington District of Columbia United States

The Assistant General Counsel I position is located in the Office of General Counsel (OGC), Office of the President, Kennedy Center. The purpose of this position is to provide professional legal advice and services to the General Counsel, appropriate... + read more

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Counsel, Corporate Transactions
Refer job# NPMO168136
 
Counsel, Corporate Transactions Duties: The candidate will serve as a legal subject matter expert on strategic corporate and M&A transactions, including drafting, reviewing, and negotiating transaction documents. Lead legal due diligence activities and advise on structuring, antitrust and other compliance matters. Partner with cross-functional teams to support corporate development initiatives, transactions, and integrations. Draft and negotiate contracts, including confidentiality, vendor, and partnership agreements. Coordinate and oversee the work of external counsel. Assist with the Company's securities offerings and financial transactions. Support the treasury function, including advising on compliance with debt covenants. Support the corporate secretarial function, including assisting with the preparation of board and committee materials. Assist with regulatory and compliance matters, including developing, implementing, and leading training on policies. Stay current on trends, legal developments, and best practices. Work on other corporate transactional and governance matters, as needed.

Required Qualifications: A J.D. degree from a top-tier law school in the United States and licensed to practice law in good standing in at least one state in the United States. Should have 5 years of experience in M&A, transactional, and/or capital markets practice. Prior experience working as a corporate transactional attorney at a reputable law firm or in an in-house corporate legal department at a public or late-stage private company. Excellent academic credentials. Preferred Qualifications: Experience working at or advising on corporate transactions for technology companies. Experience supporting corporate finance activities. Demonstrated knowledge of, and ability to navigate, complex legal and regulatory compliance issues, including securities laws. Team player who is also able to self-start and work independently. Deal/negotiation experience is essential. Positive, problem-solving, business-focused attitude with good judgment and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, on schedule, and without compromising ethics or integrity. Track record of establishing strong working relationships with internal/external business clients, including senior leaders, and within the legal department. Excellent organizational, project management, problem-solving and communication skills, with strong attention to detail. The high degree of professionalism and discretion in handling confidential legal matters.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SQMR168147
 
Corporate Counsel, CoStar The candidate will draft, modify and negotiate a variety of sales/revenue and vendor contracts and addenda. Intake and workflow management of staff and customer requests. Create and distribute template agreements or addenda for broader company use. Review and complete requests for proposals and customer/vendor questionnaires. Assist with compliance related to various laws and regulations. Perform legal research and writing. Assist with general corporate legal matters, including special projects relating to M&A, product advancement, piracy, and regulatory compliance matters. Should have JD degree, admission into at least one state Bar, active and in good standing. Should preferably have 5-7 years of experience, some in-house experience. Experience with, or understanding of, commercial real estate will be considered helpful. Must have excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, with the ability to be flexible and adapt to frequently changing workloads and responsibilities. Must have excellent writing, analytical, and communication skills. Must have initiative, be able to act decisively, work independently and exercise good judgment. Must have an acute attention to detail.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CVHF168150
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft, review, revise, and negotiate complex commercial agreements, to enable customer success and meet Cisco goals. Support the development of new products, including drafting license entitlements and other offer terms, assessing open-source licenses, and analyzing privacy and security implications. Develop close working relationships with the sales, engineering, operations, finance, and legal teams bringing our products to market, as well as a deep understanding of our go-to-market strategies, business processes, and product offerings. Become adept at quickly making sound legal judgments to facilitate nimble business execution. Manage legal requests from multiple internal clients, with the ability to prioritize. Respond promptly to requests from internal clients. Summarize and communicate legal issues in plain English. Assist in the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and the legal playbook, and be a phenomenal teammate, willing to pitch in and assist wherever needed. Should have a Bar admission in any US jurisdiction with good standing, and 6+ years of relevant experience at a law firm and/or in-house (the ideal candidate will have both law firm and in-house experience). Experience and familiarity with data privacy such as GDPR, CCPA, and other privacy laws, as well as as-a-service offerings. CIPP/E certification is a plus. Experience supporting complex transactions in a software business. Exceptional contract negotiation and drafting skills, with the ability to discuss complex issues in a clear and simple manner both in writing and orally, are a plus. Experience supporting product development in the software business is preferred. Deep knowledge of applicable law, focused attention to detail, and ability to work independently. Strong organizational and social skills and desire to make legal processes more efficient. Excellent business judgment, advocating for acceptable legal risk to enable business outcomes. Customer and client-centric approach, demonstrating respect and a positive attitude under all circumstances. Strong leadership skills, wanting to supply to a team culture focused on shared success.
 
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Counsel, Corporate and Business Development
Refer job# RTPM168056
 
Counsel, Corporate and Business Development Duties: The candidate will lead drafting and negotiations, structuring and counseling on transactions (including mergers and acquisitions, strategic equity investments, strategic divestitures, global licenses, collaborations and partnerships and other transactions). Will identify and resolve critical legal issues and identify and help resolve critical business issues arising from transactions. Oversee and manage the legal due diligence process. Partner with Corporate Development and Business Development clients to ensure strategic alignment in all transactions, escalating matters as appropriate with the judgment to understand when escalation is necessary. Manage business relationships and counsel business clients across a broad sphere of influence, internally and externally, on transaction and strategic issues pertaining to strategic alliance partnerships and collaborations. Contribute to highly collaborative culture with effective relationships with peers in the legal department as well as other key functions. As appropriate, manage and organize antitrust approvals and negotiations with antitrust authorities and regulators.

Qualifications: The candidate should have a Law degree from a recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license is required. Must have 5+ years of legal M&A, licensing and/or collaboration transactional experience. Experience drafting and negotiating complex transaction agreements. Experience in bio-pharmaceutical or life-sciences industry transactions preferred. Understanding of bio-pharmaceutical/life-sciences industry. Has excellent interpersonal skills and can manage internal client expectations and can work/operate well with a variety of personalities/capabilities in cross-functional teams, matrix environment. Must have high integrity, ability to assess risk, ability to make decisions and think strategically while applying knowledge of applicable legal issues. Excellent verbal and writing skills and business judgment are required. Ability to communicate effectively with management and senior management personnel. Ability to train and develop the other members of the team. Ability to work independently, effectively and efficiently and perform against broad objectives.
 
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Principal Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FKHP167975
 
Principal Corporate Counsel The candidate will be providing support for systems, processes, and tooling that enables them to engage in open source and standards at scale. Conducting open source license and standards engagement review processes. Advising clients on a broad range of topics including open source, open standards, software licensing, and open source license compliance. Counseling and coaching clients on open source and standards strategy, engagement approaches, and policy. Being an open-source and open standards thought leader internally and externally. Representing in open source and standards foundations, committees, and communities. Working with engineering groups to develop and refine software tooling and human processes to enable open source and standards engagement at scale. Collaborating with experts across the company on issues such as patents, copyright, privacy, antitrust, and corporate law.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate Degree or Equivalent International Degree OR Completion of a Legal Apprenticeship. Active license to practice law in a jurisdiction and capable of meeting admission requirements in the relevant jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years experience as a practicing attorney OR equivalent practice of law. 3+ years of experience as an attorney in open source or standards is preferred. In-house counsel experience is preferred. Experience with patents, copyright, software licensing, and technology transactions is preferred. Interest in non-profit corporate governance (experience a plus). Strong negotiation and diplomatic skills. Ability to collaborate effectively across diverse groups and communities. Excellent communication and drafting skills. Strong judgment and the ability to effectively balance legal risks against business interests. A bias for action and driving client-focused results.
 
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Vp, Corporate Counsel, Individual Life & Enabling Solutions
Refer job# QLPF167766
 
VP, Corporate Counsel, Individual Life & Enabling Solutions Duties: A key member of a high performing, highly collaborative legal team that is responsible for managing a wide array of legal matters that arise in connection with the operational aspects of the manufacture, distribution, and administration of individual life and annuity products sold by Prudential's businesses, supporting Prudential's transformation to modernize customer service, including enhancement of digital capabilities, and optimization of outsourcing and third party administration relationships, and cross-business or business unit-specific initiatives and special projects. Providing legal and regulatory advice to Prudential's businesses in the ongoing administration, servicing and management of individual life and annuity products, including advice related to oversight and monitoring of vendor activities/relationships, electronic business platforms/interfaces and representation in associated cross-business regulatory inquiries and corporate initiatives. Interfacing with law, compliance and other control teams for other domestic business units supported by the service organization to maximize efficiencies, develop cross-business best practices and facilitate resolution of issues. Coordinating with applicable stakeholders to provide legal analysis and advice in connection with new and existing laws, the development/enhancement of processes and procedures, and regulatory examinations, audits and inquiries. Coordinating and providing legal analysis and advice relative to enterprise initiatives. Reviewing and drafting contracts, memoranda and other documentation relating to the administration and servicing of insurance products, related business groups, vendors and distributing partners. Reviewing and providing advice on communications to customers and distribution partners as related to state regulatory, operational and administrative aspects of the businesses. Assisting in the creation and introduction of new products, as well as modifications to existing products and services relative to state regulatory, operational and administrative aspects. Keeping senior business management and other personnel apprised of pertinent legal and regulatory developments. Performing special projects as assigned by senior Law department management.

Qualifications: Ability to work independently on complex issues and adapt quickly to address the needs of business clients in a highly scrutinized and constantly evolving regulatory environment in a collaborative and risk appropriate manner. Must have 6-10+ years of sophisticated corporate, law firm, in-house and/or regulatory legal experience. Prior experience involving state insurance and other laws and regulations applicable to or litigation involving annuities and/or life insurance or other retail financial service companies or products, e-commerce, outsourcing and third-party administrators, FINRA rules, the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933, and/or the Securities Act of 1934 will be favorably considered but not required. Relationship Building and Interpersonal Skills: able to build solid and constructive relationships with key stakeholders at all levels across the organization, including senior executives, peers, and colleagues; successfully operates across cultures, complex organizational structures, and multi-functional teams to drive alignment and achieve goals; demonstrates strong executive presence with excellent consultative skills. Business and Financial Acumen: able to understand the strategic business and financial needs of the company including knowledge of current and possible future policies, practices, trends, and information affecting the business and organization; understands the needs of customers, the broader marketplace and how to leverage business insights to drive outcomes. Seeks to understand the trends impacting customers, competition, and marketplace. Is personally and emotionally invested in understanding the customers' needs and feelings. Takes a broad view of the environment to identify opportunities. Is recognized as a thought leader. Possesses an innovative, insightful mindset with a willingness to learn as well as challenge the status quo; proven ability to prioritize, adapt and execute proactively and successfully. Uses rigorous logic to analyze and understand why problems occur; leverages innovative thinking to assist the business in generating and implementing creative, cost effective and realistic solutions that create business impact. Leverages a combination of strong verbal and written communication skills, highly developed emotional intelligence, savvy navigation of complex business structures, well developed executive presence and data fluency to drive decision-making; gains support and commitment from others; mobilizes people to action. Focuses on creating an environment of honesty, inclusion and respect for others; openness to and champions differing ideas and perspectives; collaborates in a fully inclusive manner. Consciously works to understand change and people impact; embraces and leads through transformational change; desires to ensure associate engagement and stability in teams. Coordinates with key stakeholders to achieve risk smart operations solutions.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Litigation
Refer job# BGDQ167768
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Litigation Duties: Report to the Vice President, Associate General Counsel at. Independently manage a caseload of a wide range of affirmative and defensive disputes, claims, mediations, arbitrations, government/regulatory inquiries in numerous jurisdictions, working cases from beginning to end, and resolving disputes in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Serve as a legal advisor to the business - particularly support and marketing teams - through risk assessment, risk management, and pragmatic decision-making. Use information gleaned from dispute resolution to track trends in dispute topics and identify and mitigate areas of risk. Review marketing materials for compliance with advertising law. Prepare responses to 3rd party subpoenas for documents and/or witness testimony. Think ahead, see around corners, and help to prepare for and address issues that may create litigation risk in the future. The role also has the opportunity to expand into other legal areas and widen the candidate's skill set, including by supporting transactions, assisting with managing the Company's intellectual property portfolio, and supporting HR and the AGC, Employment in employment matters.

Qualifications: Must have 3+ years of experience handling litigation matters, with a proficient understanding of commercial and consumer litigation strategy, ideally gained through experience in a top law firm and/or an in-house setting. Experience litigating in a number of forums, including federal court, state court, arbitration, and agency proceedings, and knowledge about procedural rules in each forum. Demonstrated business acumen, strong analytical skills, and the ability to grasp important business, legal, and financial issues facing the company. Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to build strong relationships across functions and to communicate effectively with senior business leaders, as well as other professionals and colleagues at all levels of an organization. Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tight deadlines in a frequently high-paced environment. Highly nimble, adaptable, and agile team player with dynamic range, adept at collaborative and strategic decision-making, as well as results-oriented execution. Sound judgment and ability to quickly assess business challenges, make timely, pragmatic recommendations under pressure, and identify, prioritize, and resolve issues quickly and independently. Sophisticated verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate complex issues in a simple way. Strong technology interest and aptitude. Juris Doctor from an accredited law school is required. Member of a US State Bar in good standing.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# IAYJ167803
 
Associate Corporate Counsel Duties: Work closely with stakeholders such as Product, Finance, Marketing, Partnerships, Sales, and fellow Chrome and non-Chrome Legal commercial and PCounsel team members on inbound and outbound license strategy, OEM device launches, distribution models, strategic partnerships, store placement, retail and marketing initiatives, and more. Perform legal analysis, complete legal assignments independently, respond promptly to legal requests from clients and legal colleagues, summarizing and communicating legal concepts and potential courses of action. Structure, draft, and facilitate commercial transactions, and intellectual property licenses (including open source) and agreements. Advise on legal and commercial issues and options across all business functions (e.g., Operations, Engineering, Sales, Marketing, Finance, Tax, and/or Compliance). Ensure agreements comply with company policy and risk tolerance. Advise clients on risks and options, complex agreement structures, approval processes, company policies and procedures, intellectual property, and business strategy.

Required Qualifications: JD, equivalent degree, or equivalent practical experience. Must have 3 years of attorney level work experience in the government, in-house or at a law firm. Admitted to the Bar and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law (e.g., have registered in-house status) in the state in which the position is located. Desired Qualifications: Have 5 years of experience in commercial transactions. Experience with transaction work and related agreement project management. Experience structuring, drafting and negotiating a diverse range of commercial agreements (e.g., intellectual property licensing, development, supply, carrier and channel agreements, retail, and marketing agreements). Experience advising clients on risks and options, agreement structures, approval processes, company policies and procedures, IP and business strategy. Experience with commercial contracting, including knowledge of law. Ability to work cross-functionally with business functions and lines of business.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KPPR167540
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Enforcement of policies and procedures as related to contract authorization limits, routing of contracts for approval and signature authority. Oversight of a full spectrum of legal work, including real estate matters, intellectual property, insurance matters, supplier/vendor relationships, partnerships, trade secrets, etc. Assist with a range of commercial contract matters, including reviewing, drafting and negotiating complex agreements, with a significant focus on helping to support sales, marketing, and operations. Work includes ensuring proper administration of commercial, customer and vendor contracts, from intake of new contracts to sunsetting of expired relationships and oversight of supplier agreements, NDAs, MSAs, etc. Oversee Contract Manager in the drafting of meal distribution or food product contracts based on RFP or IFB submitted by schools in coordination with the sales department. Assist in compiling all elements required of such contracts (e.g. nutritional analysis, operational plan, pricing, certifications) and ensure timely submission of all bids. Provide legal training programs for internal clients regarding applicable laws and regulations on a variety of subjects. Select and retain outside counsel, as required, to obtain legal opinions on difficult or sensitive issues or to handle claims and litigation. Support on matters pertaining to mergers and acquisitions. Manage contract management system, including creating and maintaining legal templates, and contract reporting to be shared with leadership, the Board, and across departments. Assist in the review of marketing and promotional materials for compliance with Company policies and applicable laws and regulations.

Qualifications: J.D from a top-tier law school and CA Bar admission. 7+ years of experience in a large law firm. In-house counsel experience is strongly preferred. Adept with Excel and Word, and contracts lifecycle management technology. Excellent problem solving, organizational, and communication skills. Obsessive about details with a passion for continuous improvement. Ability to analyze and interpret issues and prepare legal opinions. Expertise in reviewing, negotiating, and drafting a variety of agreements, including commercial, vendor/ supplier, and nondisclosure. Pragmatic business sense with the ability to recognize commercial implications of legal advice. Ability to manage simultaneous projects by setting priorities and being flexible. Ability and adaptability to working in a fast-paced, constantly changing, and deadline-driven environment. Ability to communicate with executives, internal clients, outside counsel, and external partners. Excellent oral and written communication skills with the ability to explain complex issues in simple, polite, and clear terms. Superior decision-making and interpersonal skills with a sense of professional discretion.
 
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Counsel - Corporate
Refer job# CBRI167438
 
Counsel - Corporate Responsibilities: Support the DGC on corporate transactions including debt and equity securities financings; legal entity formation, dissolution, and administration; legal entity reorganizations; M&A; and other corporate initiatives. Assist the DGC with organizing and convening shareholder meetings and activities as needed. Support the DGC and other corporate legal team members with administering employee equity programs, including option grants, exercises, repurchases and related matters. Assist with public company readiness. Manage outside counsel on issues related to all aspects of corporate transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, and other complex transactions. Draft organizational documents, including shareholders agreements, partnership, and LLC operating agreements, bye-laws, joint venture documentation, and general corporate contracts. Draft board and shareholder resolutions and other corporate approvals. Work closely with a corporate paralegal on matters related to's global subsidiary portfolio. Assist with contracts including non-disclosure agreements, real estate leases, vendor contracts, and partner agreements as needed. Support company compliance program and related compliance efforts. Assist with corporate insurance program renewals.

Qualifications: J.D., L.L.B., or equivalent from an accredited law school. Should have 3-5 years of experience with M&A, pubic/SEC companies, and corporate governance (law firm or corporate experience). Experience negotiating and closing sophisticated corporate transactions. Substantive knowledge of U.S. federal securities laws. Familiarity with employee stock option plans and awards, including incentive stock options and non-qualified stock options. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Bilingual candidates are highly desired.
 
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