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Corporate Counsel

Morgantown WV Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for assisting the administration and management of the legal, regulatory, risk management and vendor management programs for firm s Financial Corp. Will provide legal and regulatory counsel to firm s and its business units. Conduct legal research, develop legal opinions, and draft legal documents to support firm s and firm s business unit activities. Assist firm s with growing its businesses with sufficient systems and controls to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Support regulatory reporting and interfacing activities, including federal and state agencies. Lead firm s vendor management programs, including overall program management, vendor diligence and reviews, policy and procedure development and revision, and required regulatory reporting. Conduct or participate in firm s meetings, as appropriate.

The candidate should have J.D. degree. Must have Admission to practice law in West Virginia. Must have Bachelor's degree. Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation capabilities is required. Basic proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and web-based software applications is required.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-06

Associate Corporate Counsel

Santa Barbara CA Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will Identify and solve key legal and regulatory issues for new and existing products and services; partner with business and legal colleagues to develop strategies to address such issues that reduce risk while assisting the business to meet its goals. Develop and rollout legal, compliance, and general risk mitigation business structures to assist the company in meeting its goals while protecting realized gains; build working groups, identify and acquire necessary resources, and coordinate with compliance and internal audit colleagues to keep such structures operating as designed. Create legal playbooks to identify and document risk and risk mitigation strategies. Attend and participate in conferences and industry forums to ensure the business is well educated and the legal team is aware of current and future legal and regulatory issues for assigned products and services. Own third party and vendor legal relationships that impact assigned products and services. Should have Law degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Active license in good standing with one or more U.S. state bars. Minimum of four years of sophisticated legal experience (a combination of law firm and in-house experience, especially in technology, preferred). Experience transacting, litigating, advising, or otherwise operating in one or more heavily regulated areas. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-06

Senior Corporate Counsel

Lake Forest IL Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will have primary responsibility for reviewing and managing the company s SEC reporting requirements, advising on transactions and general corporate matters, and commercial contracts. Will be responsible for ensuring the Company s compliance with existing contractual obligations and general securities and corporate law. Prepares, manages and oversees the company s SEC filings, including periodic reports such as 10-K, current reports 8-K and 8-Q, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, and other related filings. Drafting and filing of the company s annual proxy statement, including managing shareholder and management proposals. Advises on annual report and shareholder meeting. Ensures compliance with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations. Structuring and negotiating complex transactions. Advising on general corporate matters, including corporate governance matters. Reviewing and negotiating commercial contracts, confidentiality agreements and contract manufacturing agreements. Providing advice to senior management with regard to compliance with existing contractual obligations as well as internal policies and guidelines. Managing senior paralegal. Negotiates, drafts and manages sophisticated commercial agreements, often where no precedents exist. Advises on relevant legal matters impacting existing or proposed arrangements, including securities and corporate law and regulations.

The candidate should have a Juris doctor degree. Must have 3+ years of in house experience preferably working in the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry. Should have 2+ years of large law firm experience. Experience negotiating complex commercial contracts, SEC disclosure, and general corporate counseling of public companies essential. Experience working on meaningful merger and acquisition transactions of various structures needed. Meaningful experience with SEC reporting requirements, disclosure, and securities law essential. Experience in implementing contract management software, selection, customization and installation is essential. Must have excellent interpersonal, decision making and communication skills.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-06

Corporate Counsel

Indianapolis IN Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Address legal queries from business teams regarding various aspects of the law, the contract and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, data privacy and security, litigation and employment. Review, draft, negotiate and manage a broad range of commercial agreements including, but not limited to, NDAs, Provider Agreements, Payor Agreements, Vendor agreements, Trading Partner Agreements, and Business Associate Agreements. Review contracts against established standards and negotiate acceptable alternatives, working from templates and tools that the selected candidate will help create. Assist the General Counsel and Associate General Counsel - Chief Privacy Officer with all legal, regulatory, dispute resolution, risk management, corporate governance and compliance responsibilities for all affiliated companies for the dental and medical lines of business. Communicate effectively with sales, human resources, finance and other business units. Assist with regulatory compliance and privacy matters associated with the healthcare industry, including but not limited to, HIPAA/HITECH, FCPA, and other federal and state privacy laws, and data protection for PIII/PHI. Perform other duties as required and assigned by the General Counsel. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-06

Corporate Counsel, Privacy

Irvine CA Corporate Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: Be a resident expert and resource on issues related to M&A privacy and data protection. Evaluate the risks posed by the privacy and data security practices of acquisition targets in light of Salesforces compliance obligations, internal policies, and business strategies; communicate findings clearly and effectively to internal stakeholders at the highest levels of the company; and assist in negotiating legal protections to address identified risks. Develop and improve privacy-related acquisition processes and training materials; deliver training and communications relating to M&A privacy issues and legal developments to the Privacy team. Assist product counsel to evaluate risks associated with licensing and regulatory issues. On an as-needed basis, support integration of acquired companies with insights from the relevant transaction. Partner with members of the legal, corporate development, product, security, and other teams to help ensure Salesforces compliance with applicable laws, regulations and customer contracts.

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree and JD from highly regarded schools. 4+ years' combined experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. 2+ years' experience working on privacy and data protection, including providing support for M&A transactions. Expertise in the privacy laws of the US and Europe; familiarity with product counseling issues. Flexibility and understanding of the culture of a fast-paced, commercially oriented technology company. Excellent written/oral communication, presentation, and negotiation skills. Highly responsive and service-oriented attitude. Ability to organize, prioritize and manage deadlines in a fast-paced and demanding work environment. Ability to maintain strong working relationships with internal clients. Experience working with and influencing senior leaders. Familiarity with technical concepts in Web applications/cloud computing/machine learning. Sense of humor. Desired: Certified Information Privacy Professional. Experience in a corporate transactions role.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-04

Corporate Counsel-Labor And Employment Law

Clearwater FL Corporate Counsel- Labor and Employment Law Responsibilities: Provide practical and business-oriented legal advice and counseling on a range of employment issues, including: hiring, performance management, employee relations, terminations, leaves of absence and accommodations, wage and hour, internal investigations, compensation, benefits, and privacy. Provide advice regarding international data privacy laws as they relate to employee data. Provide advice and counsel on issues related to international disability and accommodations laws, statutory leave entitlements, wage and hour laws, employment discrimination statutes, equal pay, corporate separateness and contingent workers issues, affirmative action and diversity, drug-free workplace, general union and works council relations and contract negotiations, strike support, employee discipline and termination, restructuring, whistleblower laws, wrongful discharge claims, drafting employment agreements and policies, and other labor and employment law matters. Develop, draft and implement a variety of workplace policies, procedures, employee training and employment-related templates and agreements in collaboration with People Operations and Growth. Investigate, actively manage and respond to global People Operations investigations of employee complaints and all administrative cases, audits or inquiries (including EEOC, NLRB, DOL wage and hour charges, and comparable international laws). Liaise with outside counsel on international employment related matters. Oversee, direct, and provide employment advice with respect to internal investigations. Investigate, negotiate and resolve pre-litigation claims and administrative charges, and serve as subject matter expert for employment litigation matters. Collaborate with local counsel to advise People Operations and management on international employment issues. Work with outside counsel to defend the Company in all labor and employment litigation. This includes, but is not limited to, developing strategy, reviewing pleadings and motions, participating in depositions, and assessing potential exposure, legal precedent, public relations, political ramifications, etc. Assist in managing the efforts of outside counsel, including controlling and reducing outside counsel fees, as well as consultant and other costs for related labor and employment law services. Actively monitor changes to applicable employment laws and regulations to ensure policies and practices remain compliant. Assist company with the sponsorship and management of employment visas. Assist with global expansion, including mergers, acquisitions, and stock purchases from due diligence through implementation. Provide advice and support on all contractual matters as it relates to employment law and corporate transactions including mergers and acquisitions. Conduct process and procedure audits of the People Operations Department to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations and that best practices are followed.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited 4-year college. JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Active admission to State Bar Association. 5+ years of experience in labor & employment law. Experience working in-house Experience in labor & employment law with large corporate law department Knowledge in industries of technology/cybersecurity Experience with compliance and data privacy High degree of competence as a labor & employment lawyer; ability to manage heavy workload in a high-pressure environment. Excellent communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills within and across departments and externally; must be proactive in providing counsel to clients. Sound judgment; ability to clearly make reasoned decisions and recommendations; ability to cross think and determine who should be kept informed. Self-starter with good business sense and a sense of urgency, honesty and fairness. Demonstrate leadership and team-working skills in support of a collaborative environment.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-04

Junior Corporate Counsel

San Francisco CA Junior Corporate Counsel The candidate will perform duties : draft, review and negotiate contracts across 3Degrees commodities and services business lines and implement supporting legal initiatives at 3Degrees; Reporting to the General Counsel, you will serve as a key member of our legal team, drawing on experience with commercial contracts, general corporate law, and relevant compliance matters; will develop a deep understanding of our business lines and help 3Degrees grow; Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of commercial contracts related to the companys renewable energy commodities and consulting services businesses and corporate operations; Develop and implement contract processes, forms, and operations to improve efficiencies; Provide advice and counsel to our internal teams on a wide array of business and legal issues; Develop and implement training and education programs to train internal business stakeholders to make better, more informed business decisions; Drive awareness regarding the importance of compliance issues related to contracting activities, identify areas of compliance vulnerability and risk, and undertake corrective plans to resolve issues. Must have one year of experience in transactional work or corporate law. Should have J.D. or L.L.M. and licensed in California. General business acumen and expertise in several of the core areas of work.Professional experience advising senior management of complex organizations. Should have strong analytical skills and demonstrated ability to understand complex legal concepts/analyses and translate those to non-lawyers to create practical processes, guidance, and training. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-04

Corporate Counsel, Business Transactions

Cambridge MA Corporate Counsel, Business Transactions The candidate will partner with the Business Development team, advising on strategic business transactions, including in/outbound IP licensing, collaboration agreements and strategic alliances to advance the companys goals. Lead legal due diligence, drafting and negotiation of final deal documents for strategic business transactions. Draft and negotiate contracts, including CDAs, MTAs, manufacturing and supply chain agreements, license agreements, clinical trial agreements, and various vendor service agreements. Manage a high-volume workflow by establishing a robust process that balances company priorities and client service. Advise on contract interpretation, dispute resolution and legal risks. Collaborate with the intellectual property team on IP-related matters. Partner with Alliance Management on the integration, terms, and performance of existing partnerships and strategic alliances. Manage a direct report supporting business development, research, manufacturing and supply chain, and clinical contracting, including providing opportunities for professional growth for team members.

The candidate must have 8+ years of experience in a public biotech or pharmaceutical corporate setting. A combination of both law firm and in-house public company experience is a plus. Should have JD degree from an accredited law school and active membership in at least one state bar. Should have strong legal background and experience if the field of biotechnology or biopharma R&D, including an understanding of applicable laws and regulations for developing and commercializing biopharmaceutical products. Experience in gene therapy, cell therapy or gene editing a plus. Should have ability to work collaboratively across the company, successfully build relationships, and efficiently manage outside counsel. Must have ability to think creatively, evaluate and manage risk, devise business-focused solutions to challenging problems, and drive issues to closure to meet the companys goals. Should have semonstrated success managing complex corporate transactions and multiple competing matters. Must have excellent interpersonal, decision-making and communications skills.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-04

Commercial Transactions, Technology - Corporate Counsel

Dallas TX Commercial Transactions, Technology - Corporate Counsel The candidate will be focused on a wide range of technology related commercial transactions. Will be responsible for the full range of legal responsibilities associated with Firms commercial transactions including: negotiating commercial contracts with our customers, many of which are represented by top law firms; addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment; collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures.

The candidate should be licensed attorney with 5+ years expertise in commercial transactions, with both large law firm and in-house experience. Prior exposure to IT outsourcing is a major plus. Experience in a wide variety of contract drafting and negotiations, preferably representing a client without significant contracting leverage is required. Must have exposure to master service agreements, software-as-a-service agreements, or other commercial agreements with complex intellectual property, licensing, privacy, indemnity, and liability issues.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-04

Corporate Counsel

Henderson NV Corporate Counsel The candidate will be exceptionally well organized and have a pragmatic and professional nature with a high energy level. Will be primarily responsible for providing advice and guidance for corporate securities and disclosure law matters and will support the Law Department in other areas including operations, transactions, and litigation. Primary responsibility for preparation and review of continuous disclosure documents and securities filings, including AIF filings, information circulars, news releases, MD&A, investor presentations, and NI 43-101 technical reports. Provide advice, make recommendations and develop policies and procedures relating to disclosure obligations and corporate compliance for a public mining company with a global portfolio. Provide advice, prepare and negotiate contractual agreements relating to confidentiality agreements, commercial contracts, financings, credit facilities, acquisitions, dispositions, and other commercial transactions. Coordinating activities of outside counsel, preparation of budgets and ongoing monitoring of costs. Other duties as assigned.

The candidate must have 5-9 years post-call corporate/securities law experience with a top law firm or a major public company. Bar admission in Ontario and/or New York required. Highest standards of personal integrity required. Open and honest communicator capable of quickly earning trust and creating transparent relationships across geographical boundaries and time zones required. Should have detailed understanding of the workings of a dual-listed company (USA-Canada) and associated disclosure and reporting requirements, including MJDS and NI 43-101 required. Comfortable engaging in a wide range of other legal issues and disciplines including corporate commercial, mergers & acquisitions, regulatory, compliance, and corporate governance required. Strong business acumen and ability to quickly analyze complex situations, determine key issues and prepare and implement clearly defined solutions required. Demonstrated ability to work with initiative and creativity when managing multiple projects, under constant deadline pressure and limited supervision preferred. Spanish and/or French proficiency preferred.
Legal 5 - 9 Full-time 2020-04-04
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Senior Litigation Counel
In-House,FINRA.
Location : Rockville Maryland United States

Job Description Essential Job Functions: Represent FINRA in a first or second chair capacity in complex disciplinary proceedings involving violations of the federal securities laws, FINRA and NASD Rules, Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board... + read more

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Legal Entity Manager
In-House,Nasdaq, Inc.
Location : Rockville Maryland United States

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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LYKG149064
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for assisting the administration and management of the legal, regulatory, risk management and vendor management programs for firm s Financial Corp. Will provide legal and regulatory counsel to firm s and its business units. Conduct legal research, develop legal opinions, and draft legal documents to support firm s and firm s business unit activities. Assist firm s with growing its businesses with sufficient systems and controls to ensure compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Support regulatory reporting and interfacing activities, including federal and state agencies. Lead firm s vendor management programs, including overall program management, vendor diligence and reviews, policy and procedure development and revision, and required regulatory reporting. Conduct or participate in firm s meetings, as appropriate.

The candidate should have J.D. degree. Must have Admission to practice law in West Virginia. Must have Bachelor's degree. Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation capabilities is required. Basic proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and web-based software applications is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FRBU149068
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will Identify and solve key legal and regulatory issues for new and existing products and services; partner with business and legal colleagues to develop strategies to address such issues that reduce risk while assisting the business to meet its goals. Develop and rollout legal, compliance, and general risk mitigation business structures to assist the company in meeting its goals while protecting realized gains; build working groups, identify and acquire necessary resources, and coordinate with compliance and internal audit colleagues to keep such structures operating as designed. Create legal playbooks to identify and document risk and risk mitigation strategies. Attend and participate in conferences and industry forums to ensure the business is well educated and the legal team is aware of current and future legal and regulatory issues for assigned products and services. Own third party and vendor legal relationships that impact assigned products and services. Should have Law degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Active license in good standing with one or more U.S. state bars. Minimum of four years of sophisticated legal experience (a combination of law firm and in-house experience, especially in technology, preferred). Experience transacting, litigating, advising, or otherwise operating in one or more heavily regulated areas.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# AVJN149070
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will have primary responsibility for reviewing and managing the company s SEC reporting requirements, advising on transactions and general corporate matters, and commercial contracts. Will be responsible for ensuring the Company s compliance with existing contractual obligations and general securities and corporate law. Prepares, manages and oversees the company s SEC filings, including periodic reports such as 10-K, current reports 8-K and 8-Q, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, and other related filings. Drafting and filing of the company s annual proxy statement, including managing shareholder and management proposals. Advises on annual report and shareholder meeting. Ensures compliance with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations. Structuring and negotiating complex transactions. Advising on general corporate matters, including corporate governance matters. Reviewing and negotiating commercial contracts, confidentiality agreements and contract manufacturing agreements. Providing advice to senior management with regard to compliance with existing contractual obligations as well as internal policies and guidelines. Managing senior paralegal. Negotiates, drafts and manages sophisticated commercial agreements, often where no precedents exist. Advises on relevant legal matters impacting existing or proposed arrangements, including securities and corporate law and regulations.

The candidate should have a Juris doctor degree. Must have 3+ years of in house experience preferably working in the biotechnology/pharmaceutical industry. Should have 2+ years of large law firm experience. Experience negotiating complex commercial contracts, SEC disclosure, and general corporate counseling of public companies essential. Experience working on meaningful merger and acquisition transactions of various structures needed. Meaningful experience with SEC reporting requirements, disclosure, and securities law essential. Experience in implementing contract management software, selection, customization and installation is essential. Must have excellent interpersonal, decision making and communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UPQG149071
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Address legal queries from business teams regarding various aspects of the law, the contract and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, data privacy and security, litigation and employment. Review, draft, negotiate and manage a broad range of commercial agreements including, but not limited to, NDAs, Provider Agreements, Payor Agreements, Vendor agreements, Trading Partner Agreements, and Business Associate Agreements. Review contracts against established standards and negotiate acceptable alternatives, working from templates and tools that the selected candidate will help create. Assist the General Counsel and Associate General Counsel - Chief Privacy Officer with all legal, regulatory, dispute resolution, risk management, corporate governance and compliance responsibilities for all affiliated companies for the dental and medical lines of business. Communicate effectively with sales, human resources, finance and other business units. Assist with regulatory compliance and privacy matters associated with the healthcare industry, including but not limited to, HIPAA/HITECH, FCPA, and other federal and state privacy laws, and data protection for PIII/PHI. Perform other duties as required and assigned by the General Counsel.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# KBNN149041
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: Be a resident expert and resource on issues related to M&A privacy and data protection. Evaluate the risks posed by the privacy and data security practices of acquisition targets in light of Salesforces compliance obligations, internal policies, and business strategies; communicate findings clearly and effectively to internal stakeholders at the highest levels of the company; and assist in negotiating legal protections to address identified risks. Develop and improve privacy-related acquisition processes and training materials; deliver training and communications relating to M&A privacy issues and legal developments to the Privacy team. Assist product counsel to evaluate risks associated with licensing and regulatory issues. On an as-needed basis, support integration of acquired companies with insights from the relevant transaction. Partner with members of the legal, corporate development, product, security, and other teams to help ensure Salesforces compliance with applicable laws, regulations and customer contracts.

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree and JD from highly regarded schools. 4+ years' combined experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. 2+ years' experience working on privacy and data protection, including providing support for M&A transactions. Expertise in the privacy laws of the US and Europe; familiarity with product counseling issues. Flexibility and understanding of the culture of a fast-paced, commercially oriented technology company. Excellent written/oral communication, presentation, and negotiation skills. Highly responsive and service-oriented attitude. Ability to organize, prioritize and manage deadlines in a fast-paced and demanding work environment. Ability to maintain strong working relationships with internal clients. Experience working with and influencing senior leaders. Familiarity with technical concepts in Web applications/cloud computing/machine learning. Sense of humor. Desired: Certified Information Privacy Professional. Experience in a corporate transactions role.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel-Labor And Employment Law
Refer job# GCDA149046
 
Corporate Counsel- Labor and Employment Law Responsibilities: Provide practical and business-oriented legal advice and counseling on a range of employment issues, including: hiring, performance management, employee relations, terminations, leaves of absence and accommodations, wage and hour, internal investigations, compensation, benefits, and privacy. Provide advice regarding international data privacy laws as they relate to employee data. Provide advice and counsel on issues related to international disability and accommodations laws, statutory leave entitlements, wage and hour laws, employment discrimination statutes, equal pay, corporate separateness and contingent workers issues, affirmative action and diversity, drug-free workplace, general union and works council relations and contract negotiations, strike support, employee discipline and termination, restructuring, whistleblower laws, wrongful discharge claims, drafting employment agreements and policies, and other labor and employment law matters. Develop, draft and implement a variety of workplace policies, procedures, employee training and employment-related templates and agreements in collaboration with People Operations and Growth. Investigate, actively manage and respond to global People Operations investigations of employee complaints and all administrative cases, audits or inquiries (including EEOC, NLRB, DOL wage and hour charges, and comparable international laws). Liaise with outside counsel on international employment related matters. Oversee, direct, and provide employment advice with respect to internal investigations. Investigate, negotiate and resolve pre-litigation claims and administrative charges, and serve as subject matter expert for employment litigation matters. Collaborate with local counsel to advise People Operations and management on international employment issues. Work with outside counsel to defend the Company in all labor and employment litigation. This includes, but is not limited to, developing strategy, reviewing pleadings and motions, participating in depositions, and assessing potential exposure, legal precedent, public relations, political ramifications, etc. Assist in managing the efforts of outside counsel, including controlling and reducing outside counsel fees, as well as consultant and other costs for related labor and employment law services. Actively monitor changes to applicable employment laws and regulations to ensure policies and practices remain compliant. Assist company with the sponsorship and management of employment visas. Assist with global expansion, including mergers, acquisitions, and stock purchases from due diligence through implementation. Provide advice and support on all contractual matters as it relates to employment law and corporate transactions including mergers and acquisitions. Conduct process and procedure audits of the People Operations Department to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations and that best practices are followed.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree from an accredited 4-year college. JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Active admission to State Bar Association. 5+ years of experience in labor & employment law. Experience working in-house Experience in labor & employment law with large corporate law department Knowledge in industries of technology/cybersecurity Experience with compliance and data privacy High degree of competence as a labor & employment lawyer; ability to manage heavy workload in a high-pressure environment. Excellent communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills within and across departments and externally; must be proactive in providing counsel to clients. Sound judgment; ability to clearly make reasoned decisions and recommendations; ability to cross think and determine who should be kept informed. Self-starter with good business sense and a sense of urgency, honesty and fairness. Demonstrate leadership and team-working skills in support of a collaborative environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Junior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JSXN149047
 
Junior Corporate Counsel The candidate will perform duties : draft, review and negotiate contracts across 3Degrees commodities and services business lines and implement supporting legal initiatives at 3Degrees; Reporting to the General Counsel, you will serve as a key member of our legal team, drawing on experience with commercial contracts, general corporate law, and relevant compliance matters; will develop a deep understanding of our business lines and help 3Degrees grow; Draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of commercial contracts related to the companys renewable energy commodities and consulting services businesses and corporate operations; Develop and implement contract processes, forms, and operations to improve efficiencies; Provide advice and counsel to our internal teams on a wide array of business and legal issues; Develop and implement training and education programs to train internal business stakeholders to make better, more informed business decisions; Drive awareness regarding the importance of compliance issues related to contracting activities, identify areas of compliance vulnerability and risk, and undertake corrective plans to resolve issues. Must have one year of experience in transactional work or corporate law. Should have J.D. or L.L.M. and licensed in California. General business acumen and expertise in several of the core areas of work.Professional experience advising senior management of complex organizations. Should have strong analytical skills and demonstrated ability to understand complex legal concepts/analyses and translate those to non-lawyers to create practical processes, guidance, and training.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Business Transactions
Refer job# SQNO149049
 
Corporate Counsel, Business Transactions The candidate will partner with the Business Development team, advising on strategic business transactions, including in/outbound IP licensing, collaboration agreements and strategic alliances to advance the companys goals. Lead legal due diligence, drafting and negotiation of final deal documents for strategic business transactions. Draft and negotiate contracts, including CDAs, MTAs, manufacturing and supply chain agreements, license agreements, clinical trial agreements, and various vendor service agreements. Manage a high-volume workflow by establishing a robust process that balances company priorities and client service. Advise on contract interpretation, dispute resolution and legal risks. Collaborate with the intellectual property team on IP-related matters. Partner with Alliance Management on the integration, terms, and performance of existing partnerships and strategic alliances. Manage a direct report supporting business development, research, manufacturing and supply chain, and clinical contracting, including providing opportunities for professional growth for team members.

The candidate must have 8+ years of experience in a public biotech or pharmaceutical corporate setting. A combination of both law firm and in-house public company experience is a plus. Should have JD degree from an accredited law school and active membership in at least one state bar. Should have strong legal background and experience if the field of biotechnology or biopharma R&D, including an understanding of applicable laws and regulations for developing and commercializing biopharmaceutical products. Experience in gene therapy, cell therapy or gene editing a plus. Should have ability to work collaboratively across the company, successfully build relationships, and efficiently manage outside counsel. Must have ability to think creatively, evaluate and manage risk, devise business-focused solutions to challenging problems, and drive issues to closure to meet the companys goals. Should have semonstrated success managing complex corporate transactions and multiple competing matters. Must have excellent interpersonal, decision-making and communications skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Commercial Transactions, Technology - Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TWDJ149050
 
Commercial Transactions, Technology - Corporate Counsel The candidate will be focused on a wide range of technology related commercial transactions. Will be responsible for the full range of legal responsibilities associated with Firms commercial transactions including: negotiating commercial contracts with our customers, many of which are represented by top law firms; addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment; collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures.

The candidate should be licensed attorney with 5+ years expertise in commercial transactions, with both large law firm and in-house experience. Prior exposure to IT outsourcing is a major plus. Experience in a wide variety of contract drafting and negotiations, preferably representing a client without significant contracting leverage is required. Must have exposure to master service agreements, software-as-a-service agreements, or other commercial agreements with complex intellectual property, licensing, privacy, indemnity, and liability issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CUVX149051
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be exceptionally well organized and have a pragmatic and professional nature with a high energy level. Will be primarily responsible for providing advice and guidance for corporate securities and disclosure law matters and will support the Law Department in other areas including operations, transactions, and litigation. Primary responsibility for preparation and review of continuous disclosure documents and securities filings, including AIF filings, information circulars, news releases, MD&A, investor presentations, and NI 43-101 technical reports. Provide advice, make recommendations and develop policies and procedures relating to disclosure obligations and corporate compliance for a public mining company with a global portfolio. Provide advice, prepare and negotiate contractual agreements relating to confidentiality agreements, commercial contracts, financings, credit facilities, acquisitions, dispositions, and other commercial transactions. Coordinating activities of outside counsel, preparation of budgets and ongoing monitoring of costs. Other duties as assigned.

The candidate must have 5-9 years post-call corporate/securities law experience with a top law firm or a major public company. Bar admission in Ontario and/or New York required. Highest standards of personal integrity required. Open and honest communicator capable of quickly earning trust and creating transparent relationships across geographical boundaries and time zones required. Should have detailed understanding of the workings of a dual-listed company (USA-Canada) and associated disclosure and reporting requirements, including MJDS and NI 43-101 required. Comfortable engaging in a wide range of other legal issues and disciplines including corporate commercial, mergers & acquisitions, regulatory, compliance, and corporate governance required. Strong business acumen and ability to quickly analyze complex situations, determine key issues and prepare and implement clearly defined solutions required. Demonstrated ability to work with initiative and creativity when managing multiple projects, under constant deadline pressure and limited supervision preferred. Spanish and/or French proficiency preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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