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Deputy General Counsel, Corporate Governance

Washington DC Deputy General Counsel, Corporate Governance Duties: Operate with considerable latitude in consulting, advising, and representing the company on a variety of highly complex legal matters and projects related to corporate law. Provide legal counsel to management on broad issues affecting the company. Ensure that legal documents regarding board meetings and motions, mergers or acquisitions, contracts, or other corporate actions are prepared properly. Confer with executives regarding corporate initiatives, product development, or regulatory concerns to assess legal risks to the company and plan actions to control or minimize those risks. May provide guidance to paralegals and legal support staff. Provide legal advice and strategic expertise by combining skill in corporate law with sound business acumen and knowledge of business goals and objectives of the company or assigned business units. Research legal principles and precedents. Gather relevant case related information using multiple sources and methods. Drafting, negotiating and executing legal agreements. Consult with outside counsel and provide guidance. Prepare and conduct more significant legal transactions. Participate in developing policies and procedures governing corporate law matters. Ensure appropriate staffing and organizational structures are in place by having strategic responsibilities and strong leadership skills.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 10+ years of related experience. Relevant corporate and governance experience in a large law firm, or corporate law department. Extensive legal experience in a broad range of governance issues affecting large, regulated financial institutions. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent leadership and management skills. Excellent organizational and team leadership skills. The ability to excel in delivering timely results for stakeholders in a dynamic and fast-paced environment. The ability to focus on both the big picture and the details, balancing risk and benefit in decision making. The ability to meet deadlines and to work well with peers. Prior experience providing corporate secretarial support to a public company board of directors preferred.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Senior Corporate Counsel

Menlo Park CA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will report directly to the Chief Legal Officer and be an integral member of the legal team. This individual will focus on company reporting, legal operations, debt and equity financings, corporate law and governance matters. Will also engage in contract drafting and negotiation and advising on the legal risks accompanying business strategies and decisions. Support for SEC filings and internal process, including periodic and current reports, proxy statements and confidential treatment requests; Draft, review and negotiate agreements, amendments and related documents; Act as a proactive business partner to senior and executive leadership on a broad range of projects; Build trusted advisor relationships in addition to influencing and collaborating effectively across all levels of the Company; Lead the timely update, development and implementation of legal corporate policies, best practices, procedures and trainings; Preparation and maintenance of corporate records; Actively participate in legal department administration and operations working closely with the Chief Legal Officer and other department staff; and Demonstrate subject matter expertise in substantive legal areas managed, keep abreast of new developments, and instill best practices. Should have strong interpersonal skills, and ability to communicate and collaborate with individuals at all levels of the organization, as well as with outside parties, in a positive and effective manner. Should have JD from a reputable ABA accredited law school; California Bar preferred; 8+ years of relevant legal experience, with experience at a top-tier law firm; Background in the life science/biotech sector; Excellent oral and written communications skills; Excellent execution and organizational skills, attention to detail and results focused. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Corporate Counsel, Privacy

San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel, Privacy The candidate to join Legal team. Will support corporate and clinical functions to provide guidance on privacy requirements and best practices for privacy and data governance, including those relating to HIPAA and the CCPA. Reporting to the Senior Corporate Counsel for Technology and Privacy, the Privacy Counsel will work closely with Company Compliance team to manage and evolve the privacy program, and collaborate cross-functionally with stakeholders to implement effective policies and processes. Will have subject matter expertise for privacy and data matters related to Company consumer, enterprise, and clinical operations, external partnerships, delivering pragmatic guidance targeted to the internal client. Own subject matter expertise in areas of privacy, data use, and data protection laws, including HIPAA, CCPA, and state privacy and data laws where Company operates. Work with supervising counsel and Compliance to develop and implement a comprehensive privacy program; roll-out internal and external privacy policies, notices and processes. Partner with Product, Engineering, Security and other relevant teams to incorporate privacy-by-design principles into standard work. Advise diverse internal teams on legal and regulatory requirements relating to privacy and data protection. Negotiate and draft agreements relating to data rights and use. Develop training materials and resource documents around privacy and data governance. Assist Compliance in performing privacy impact/risk assessments; maintain ongoing plan to ensure remediation and closure of any identified gaps. J.D. from an ABA accredited law school and an active member in good standing with the Bar in any state is required. Must be a CA Registered In-house Counsel. Should have 7+ years of legal practice experience post J.D. with 2+ years experience specializing in privacy matters; a balance of firm and in-house experience is preferred, with strong preference for in-house experience. Demonstrated experience with driving privacy initiatives at the organization-level with a preference for Privacy-by-Design is required. Expertise in consumer and health care privacy, including HIPAA and relevant state privacy laws is required. Strong preference for CIPP/US and/or CHPC certification is required. Solid understanding of technology, particularly health care-related technology; familiarity with licensing and technology transactions a plus. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Senior Corporate Attorney

Riverwoods IL Senior Corporate Attorney Responsibilities: Reviews, drafts, and negotiates moderately complex agreements. With supervision, reviews, drafts, and negotiates higher complexity agreements. Provides advice, guidance and support for the processing of corporate transactions, in consultation with business partners and subject matter experts as appropriate. Communicates and escalates transactional issues to management. Ensures that corporate and legal guidelines around contracts are followed. Exercises prudent discretion and decision-making capabilities to draft contracts and other service agreements, complete projects, and enhance programs or processes relevant to assigned SME. Ensures that contracts, programs, projects, and assigned policies, procedures, and controls are implemented in order to remain compliant with laws, regulations, and any company reporting requirements. Continuously improves processes and communicates updates to clients, colleagues, and management as necessary. Communicates effectively with colleagues, clients and management, third parties, and counterparties as necessary to provide information and/or make decisions relevant to the roles SME requirements. Ensures efficient and effective risk and compliance management practices by adhering to required standards and process. Collaborates with clients and colleagues to achieve quality excellence.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Active law license in good standing. 4+ years of experience in drafting and negotiation of commercial contracts. Preferred: Current or previous Corporate law experience.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Corporate Governance Attorney

Cupertino CA Corporate Governance Attorney Candidate will advise on corporate governance and reporting requirements, particularly relating to areas of environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters. Will include various topics of non-financial reporting, such as conflict minerals and anti-slavery. Will work closely with investor relations, corporate communications and supplier responsibility teams, as well as other business partners and legal colleagues.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent and admission to at least one U.S. state Bar. 4+ years law firm or in-house experience working on corporate matters, including corporate governance and reporting. Strong communication, research and organizational skills with the ability to effectively engage in Apples culture of constructive debate. Deep interest in the subject matter and our business with the ability to dive in to details and tackle new and emerging issues. Strong project management skills with the ability to lead multiple priorities independently and establish close working relationships with business partners across a wide variety of fields and disciplines. Excellent judgment and decision-making ability with the potential to become a trusted advisor to our business partners.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Corporate Attorney

Boulder CO Corporate Attorney The candidate will assist with the management and negotiation of contracts, privacy laws, inbound and outbound license agreements, matters related to intellectual property protection, international expansion, regulatory compliance, and legal research. Provide legal support to the organization as requested by the executive team. Communicate legal issues in a concise and timely manner to internal and external customers. Support and enhance the Companys privacy policies, processes and documentation. Research Company expansion into new countries and markets. Support the Companys corporate governance and capitalization tracking. Assist in the review and negotiation of commercial contracts and transactions. Contribute positively in a highly collaborative, Agile environment. Embrace continuous learning and a commitment to relentless improvement. Must have BA/BS degree and J.D. degree with admission to one or more state bars in good standing. Should have 1+ years of legal experience in private practice or a combination of private practice and in-house roles. Experience in contract analysis and commercial transactions preferred. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-08

Corporate Counsel, Shopping & Discovery

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel, Shopping & Discovery The candidate will support business leaders as lead counsel on strategic projects. Help launch innovative services and experiences globally. Counsel business on a range of technology, privacy, and regulatory matters, and provide day-to-day advice. Structure, draft and negotiate commercial agreements, ranging from standard commercial contracts to strategic deals. Provide legal trainings to the business. J.D. degree and membership in one state bar is required. Should have 5+ years of attorney experience, including 3+ years at a top national or international law firm. Must be enthusiastic, flexible, comfortable in fast paced environments, enjoy working hard and getting things done Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-08

Corporate Counsel, Shopping & Discovery

Palo Alto CA Corporate Counsel, Shopping & Discovery The candidate will support business leaders as lead counsel on strategic projects. Help launch innovative services and experiences globally. Counsel business on a range of technology, privacy, and regulatory matters, and provide day-to-day advice. Structure, draft and negotiate commercial agreements, ranging from standard commercial contracts to strategic deals. Provide legal trainings to the business. J.D. degree and membership in one state bar is required. Should have 5+ years of attorney experience, including 3+ years at a top national or international law firm. Must be enthusiastic, flexible, comfortable in fast paced environments, enjoy working hard and getting things done Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-08

Corporate Staff Attorney

Chattanooga TN Corporate Staff Attorney Duties: Provide legal support to various entities and departments under the guidance of the General Counsel and Associate General Counsel. Provide legal support to Company management, including attending meetings, assessing legal, regulatory and business risk in proposed courses of action and/or policies, providing advice and guidance as to best course of action, and assisting in the documentation of elected course of action. Negotiate, prepare, review, and/or draft contracts, including customer, vendor, IT, and service provider contracts, non-disclosure agreements, and various transportation related contracts. Work with management to ensure that contracts appropriately protect the company, meet management objectives, and address customer or vendor issues. Keep management apprised of status of contract negotiations and issues, including weekly, monthly or quarterly reporting as requested. Perform special contract related projects for senior management. Maintain digital records of contracts. Review, investigate and respond to administrative complaints and charges. Provide litigation support and monitoring, including reviewing and investigating complaints and allegations, retaining outside counsel, preserving documents and evidence, ensuring litigation holds are in place, reviewing and/or drafting in conjunction with outside counsel various pleadings and/or discovery responses, assisting in the identification and preparation of witnesses and maintaining litigation files. Assist in the development and management of corporate policies and data retention policies. Assist in the monitoring and development of corporate wide compliance programs. Assist in managing requisite SEC filings as requested. Prepare corporate resolutions, consents, secretary certificates, etc., as requested. Assist in the maintenance of corporate record books. Provide information upon request regarding legal entity structure, management slates, history, etc. Maintain awareness and understanding of current laws and regulations pertinent to the trucking industry and other specific areas of responsibility.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school required. 0-3 years working experience in corporate law or contracts preferred. Experience in the transportation industry a plus. Current law license in good standing. Superior written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently, efficiently, proactively, and effectively on multiple projects under tight deadlines. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
Legal 0 - 3 Full-time 2019-12-08

Corporate Legal Counsel

East Hanover NJ Corporate Legal Counsel The candidate will provide legal advice and support to Communications, Investor Relations, Treasury functions and other Legal departments ( Business Partners ) in the substantive areas of US capital markets and securities law. Will work on disclosures and public reporting, debt and equity capital markets transactions, asset management, investments and hedge funds, derivatives and treasury operations and US corporation law. Responsibilities include: Group compliance with US securities laws, including preparation of Annual Report on Form 20-F. Quarterly, periodic and ad-hoc disclosures and SEC filings. Group and divisional communications. Group policies, guidelines and procedures. US corporate governance matters. Special projects pertaining to US Corporate and Group legal matters. Global, cross-divisional and cross-functional transactions and regulatory projects. Investor Relations matters. Actively stay informed of and conduct legal research into legal trends, new laws and regulations in the Subject Matter Areas to support US Corporate and Finance Legal team objectives. Train Business Partners on new legal trends, legislation, and regulations in the Subject Matter Areas. Contribute to the achievement of the objectives of the US Corporate and Finance Legal team. J.D. degree from a US law school is required. Should be admitted to practice law in New Jersey or able to become admitted to practice in NJ under a limited in house counsel license. Should have 4+ years (and additional years preferred) of related legal experience with emphasis in the Subject Matter Areas. Strong knowledge of, and experience relating to US securities laws and disclosure matters for US domestic issuers or foreign private issuers is required. Strong working knowledge of Delaware and/or New York corporation law, particularly in connection with corporate governance is required. Experience in transactional legal work is required. Pharmaceutical or biotechnology experience is preferred. Experience working at the US Securities and Exchange Commission is preferred. High level of capability with internet/technology/social media is preferred. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-08
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Deputy General Counsel, Corporate Governance
Refer job# GZOR147479
 
Deputy General Counsel, Corporate Governance Duties: Operate with considerable latitude in consulting, advising, and representing the company on a variety of highly complex legal matters and projects related to corporate law. Provide legal counsel to management on broad issues affecting the company. Ensure that legal documents regarding board meetings and motions, mergers or acquisitions, contracts, or other corporate actions are prepared properly. Confer with executives regarding corporate initiatives, product development, or regulatory concerns to assess legal risks to the company and plan actions to control or minimize those risks. May provide guidance to paralegals and legal support staff. Provide legal advice and strategic expertise by combining skill in corporate law with sound business acumen and knowledge of business goals and objectives of the company or assigned business units. Research legal principles and precedents. Gather relevant case related information using multiple sources and methods. Drafting, negotiating and executing legal agreements. Consult with outside counsel and provide guidance. Prepare and conduct more significant legal transactions. Participate in developing policies and procedures governing corporate law matters. Ensure appropriate staffing and organizational structures are in place by having strategic responsibilities and strong leadership skills.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 10+ years of related experience. Relevant corporate and governance experience in a large law firm, or corporate law department. Extensive legal experience in a broad range of governance issues affecting large, regulated financial institutions. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent leadership and management skills. Excellent organizational and team leadership skills. The ability to excel in delivering timely results for stakeholders in a dynamic and fast-paced environment. The ability to focus on both the big picture and the details, balancing risk and benefit in decision making. The ability to meet deadlines and to work well with peers. Prior experience providing corporate secretarial support to a public company board of directors preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PDUB147480
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will report directly to the Chief Legal Officer and be an integral member of the legal team. This individual will focus on company reporting, legal operations, debt and equity financings, corporate law and governance matters. Will also engage in contract drafting and negotiation and advising on the legal risks accompanying business strategies and decisions. Support for SEC filings and internal process, including periodic and current reports, proxy statements and confidential treatment requests; Draft, review and negotiate agreements, amendments and related documents; Act as a proactive business partner to senior and executive leadership on a broad range of projects; Build trusted advisor relationships in addition to influencing and collaborating effectively across all levels of the Company; Lead the timely update, development and implementation of legal corporate policies, best practices, procedures and trainings; Preparation and maintenance of corporate records; Actively participate in legal department administration and operations working closely with the Chief Legal Officer and other department staff; and Demonstrate subject matter expertise in substantive legal areas managed, keep abreast of new developments, and instill best practices. Should have strong interpersonal skills, and ability to communicate and collaborate with individuals at all levels of the organization, as well as with outside parties, in a positive and effective manner. Should have JD from a reputable ABA accredited law school; California Bar preferred; 8+ years of relevant legal experience, with experience at a top-tier law firm; Background in the life science/biotech sector; Excellent oral and written communications skills; Excellent execution and organizational skills, attention to detail and results focused.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# GCVA147481
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy The candidate to join Legal team. Will support corporate and clinical functions to provide guidance on privacy requirements and best practices for privacy and data governance, including those relating to HIPAA and the CCPA. Reporting to the Senior Corporate Counsel for Technology and Privacy, the Privacy Counsel will work closely with Company Compliance team to manage and evolve the privacy program, and collaborate cross-functionally with stakeholders to implement effective policies and processes. Will have subject matter expertise for privacy and data matters related to Company consumer, enterprise, and clinical operations, external partnerships, delivering pragmatic guidance targeted to the internal client. Own subject matter expertise in areas of privacy, data use, and data protection laws, including HIPAA, CCPA, and state privacy and data laws where Company operates. Work with supervising counsel and Compliance to develop and implement a comprehensive privacy program; roll-out internal and external privacy policies, notices and processes. Partner with Product, Engineering, Security and other relevant teams to incorporate privacy-by-design principles into standard work. Advise diverse internal teams on legal and regulatory requirements relating to privacy and data protection. Negotiate and draft agreements relating to data rights and use. Develop training materials and resource documents around privacy and data governance. Assist Compliance in performing privacy impact/risk assessments; maintain ongoing plan to ensure remediation and closure of any identified gaps. J.D. from an ABA accredited law school and an active member in good standing with the Bar in any state is required. Must be a CA Registered In-house Counsel. Should have 7+ years of legal practice experience post J.D. with 2+ years experience specializing in privacy matters; a balance of firm and in-house experience is preferred, with strong preference for in-house experience. Demonstrated experience with driving privacy initiatives at the organization-level with a preference for Privacy-by-Design is required. Expertise in consumer and health care privacy, including HIPAA and relevant state privacy laws is required. Strong preference for CIPP/US and/or CHPC certification is required. Solid understanding of technology, particularly health care-related technology; familiarity with licensing and technology transactions a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Attorney
Refer job# NIWC147485
 
Senior Corporate Attorney Responsibilities: Reviews, drafts, and negotiates moderately complex agreements. With supervision, reviews, drafts, and negotiates higher complexity agreements. Provides advice, guidance and support for the processing of corporate transactions, in consultation with business partners and subject matter experts as appropriate. Communicates and escalates transactional issues to management. Ensures that corporate and legal guidelines around contracts are followed. Exercises prudent discretion and decision-making capabilities to draft contracts and other service agreements, complete projects, and enhance programs or processes relevant to assigned SME. Ensures that contracts, programs, projects, and assigned policies, procedures, and controls are implemented in order to remain compliant with laws, regulations, and any company reporting requirements. Continuously improves processes and communicates updates to clients, colleagues, and management as necessary. Communicates effectively with colleagues, clients and management, third parties, and counterparties as necessary to provide information and/or make decisions relevant to the roles SME requirements. Ensures efficient and effective risk and compliance management practices by adhering to required standards and process. Collaborates with clients and colleagues to achieve quality excellence.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Active law license in good standing. 4+ years of experience in drafting and negotiation of commercial contracts. Preferred: Current or previous Corporate law experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Governance Attorney
Refer job# UHLA147486
 
Corporate Governance Attorney Candidate will advise on corporate governance and reporting requirements, particularly relating to areas of environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters. Will include various topics of non-financial reporting, such as conflict minerals and anti-slavery. Will work closely with investor relations, corporate communications and supplier responsibility teams, as well as other business partners and legal colleagues.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent and admission to at least one U.S. state Bar. 4+ years law firm or in-house experience working on corporate matters, including corporate governance and reporting. Strong communication, research and organizational skills with the ability to effectively engage in Apples culture of constructive debate. Deep interest in the subject matter and our business with the ability to dive in to details and tackle new and emerging issues. Strong project management skills with the ability to lead multiple priorities independently and establish close working relationships with business partners across a wide variety of fields and disciplines. Excellent judgment and decision-making ability with the potential to become a trusted advisor to our business partners.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Attorney
Refer job# CJFK147450
 
Corporate Attorney The candidate will assist with the management and negotiation of contracts, privacy laws, inbound and outbound license agreements, matters related to intellectual property protection, international expansion, regulatory compliance, and legal research. Provide legal support to the organization as requested by the executive team. Communicate legal issues in a concise and timely manner to internal and external customers. Support and enhance the Companys privacy policies, processes and documentation. Research Company expansion into new countries and markets. Support the Companys corporate governance and capitalization tracking. Assist in the review and negotiation of commercial contracts and transactions. Contribute positively in a highly collaborative, Agile environment. Embrace continuous learning and a commitment to relentless improvement. Must have BA/BS degree and J.D. degree with admission to one or more state bars in good standing. Should have 1+ years of legal experience in private practice or a combination of private practice and in-house roles. Experience in contract analysis and commercial transactions preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel, Shopping & Discovery
Refer job# EDKF147451
 
Corporate Counsel, Shopping & Discovery The candidate will support business leaders as lead counsel on strategic projects. Help launch innovative services and experiences globally. Counsel business on a range of technology, privacy, and regulatory matters, and provide day-to-day advice. Structure, draft and negotiate commercial agreements, ranging from standard commercial contracts to strategic deals. Provide legal trainings to the business. J.D. degree and membership in one state bar is required. Should have 5+ years of attorney experience, including 3+ years at a top national or international law firm. Must be enthusiastic, flexible, comfortable in fast paced environments, enjoy working hard and getting things done
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Shopping & Discovery
Refer job# AAHI147452
 
Corporate Counsel, Shopping & Discovery The candidate will support business leaders as lead counsel on strategic projects. Help launch innovative services and experiences globally. Counsel business on a range of technology, privacy, and regulatory matters, and provide day-to-day advice. Structure, draft and negotiate commercial agreements, ranging from standard commercial contracts to strategic deals. Provide legal trainings to the business. J.D. degree and membership in one state bar is required. Should have 5+ years of attorney experience, including 3+ years at a top national or international law firm. Must be enthusiastic, flexible, comfortable in fast paced environments, enjoy working hard and getting things done
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Staff Attorney
Refer job# UIXS147454
 
Corporate Staff Attorney Duties: Provide legal support to various entities and departments under the guidance of the General Counsel and Associate General Counsel. Provide legal support to Company management, including attending meetings, assessing legal, regulatory and business risk in proposed courses of action and/or policies, providing advice and guidance as to best course of action, and assisting in the documentation of elected course of action. Negotiate, prepare, review, and/or draft contracts, including customer, vendor, IT, and service provider contracts, non-disclosure agreements, and various transportation related contracts. Work with management to ensure that contracts appropriately protect the company, meet management objectives, and address customer or vendor issues. Keep management apprised of status of contract negotiations and issues, including weekly, monthly or quarterly reporting as requested. Perform special contract related projects for senior management. Maintain digital records of contracts. Review, investigate and respond to administrative complaints and charges. Provide litigation support and monitoring, including reviewing and investigating complaints and allegations, retaining outside counsel, preserving documents and evidence, ensuring litigation holds are in place, reviewing and/or drafting in conjunction with outside counsel various pleadings and/or discovery responses, assisting in the identification and preparation of witnesses and maintaining litigation files. Assist in the development and management of corporate policies and data retention policies. Assist in the monitoring and development of corporate wide compliance programs. Assist in managing requisite SEC filings as requested. Prepare corporate resolutions, consents, secretary certificates, etc., as requested. Assist in the maintenance of corporate record books. Provide information upon request regarding legal entity structure, management slates, history, etc. Maintain awareness and understanding of current laws and regulations pertinent to the trucking industry and other specific areas of responsibility.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school required. 0-3 years working experience in corporate law or contracts preferred. Experience in the transportation industry a plus. Current law license in good standing. Superior written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills. Strong problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently, efficiently, proactively, and effectively on multiple projects under tight deadlines. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Legal Counsel
Refer job# GJIJ147455
 
Corporate Legal Counsel The candidate will provide legal advice and support to Communications, Investor Relations, Treasury functions and other Legal departments ( Business Partners ) in the substantive areas of US capital markets and securities law. Will work on disclosures and public reporting, debt and equity capital markets transactions, asset management, investments and hedge funds, derivatives and treasury operations and US corporation law. Responsibilities include: Group compliance with US securities laws, including preparation of Annual Report on Form 20-F. Quarterly, periodic and ad-hoc disclosures and SEC filings. Group and divisional communications. Group policies, guidelines and procedures. US corporate governance matters. Special projects pertaining to US Corporate and Group legal matters. Global, cross-divisional and cross-functional transactions and regulatory projects. Investor Relations matters. Actively stay informed of and conduct legal research into legal trends, new laws and regulations in the Subject Matter Areas to support US Corporate and Finance Legal team objectives. Train Business Partners on new legal trends, legislation, and regulations in the Subject Matter Areas. Contribute to the achievement of the objectives of the US Corporate and Finance Legal team. J.D. degree from a US law school is required. Should be admitted to practice law in New Jersey or able to become admitted to practice in NJ under a limited in house counsel license. Should have 4+ years (and additional years preferred) of related legal experience with emphasis in the Subject Matter Areas. Strong knowledge of, and experience relating to US securities laws and disclosure matters for US domestic issuers or foreign private issuers is required. Strong working knowledge of Delaware and/or New York corporation law, particularly in connection with corporate governance is required. Experience in transactional legal work is required. Pharmaceutical or biotechnology experience is preferred. Experience working at the US Securities and Exchange Commission is preferred. High level of capability with internet/technology/social media is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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