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Principal Corporate Counsel: Product Safety

Morrisville NC Principal Corporate Counsel: Product Safety The candidate will act as the subject-matter expert and resource across a range of regulatory issues, including content moderation, product trust and safety, responsible innovation, and accessibility. Will counsel legal colleagues, product engineering, go-to-market teams, and other business teams on global regulations and develop Firms policies and implementation plans to meet compliance obligations and customer expectations on these topics. Assist with responses to regulatory inquiries and investigations. Develop and implement Firms strategy with respect to new laws and regulations and Firms commitments related to them. Advance Firms commitment to developing sustainable, scalable, and ethical approaches to complex business issues. Support Firms regional Government Affairs leads on their work related to emerging regulatory trends and frameworks that impact Firms business.

The candidate should have Law degree (J.D. or non-U.S. equivalent), with excellent academic credentials. Must be a licensed attorney in good standing in one or more jurisdictions where Firms does business. Must have 7+ years of relevant legal, in-house, and/or law firm experience. Prior in-house experience with a public company is preferred, but will consider a candidate with demonstrated experience working with technology companies on regulatory matters in relevant subject-matter areas. Must have sSubstantive legal experience and knowledge in regulatory and/or corporate policy matters involving at least some of the following areas: human rights, trust and safety, content moderation, responsible innovation, accessibility, law enforcement response.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-25

Principal Corporate Counsel: Product Safety

Atlanta GA Principal Corporate Counsel: Product Safety The candidate will act as the subject-matter expert and resource across a range of regulatory issues, including content moderation, product trust and safety, responsible innovation, and accessibility. Will counsel legal colleagues, product engineering, go-to-market teams, and other business teams on global regulations and develop Firms policies and implementation plans to meet compliance obligations and customer expectations on these topics. Assist with responses to regulatory inquiries and investigations. Develop and implement Firms' strategy with respect to new laws and regulations and Firms' commitments related to them. Advance Firm's commitment to developing sustainable, scalable, and ethical approaches to complex business issues. Support the Firm's regional Government Affairs leads on their work related to emerging regulatory trends and frameworks that impact Firms' business.

The candidate should have a Law degree (J.D. or non-U.S. equivalent) with excellent academic credentials. Must be a licensed attorney in good standing in one or more jurisdictions where Firms do business. Must have 7+ years of relevant legal, in-house, and/or law firm experience. Prior in-house experience with a public company is preferred, but we will consider a candidate with demonstrated experience working with technology companies on regulatory matters in relevant subject-matter areas. Must have substantive legal experience and knowledge in regulatory and/or corporate policy matters involving at least some of the following areas: human rights, trust and safety, content moderation, responsible innovation, accessibility, and law enforcement response.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-25

Associate Corporate Counsel - Wireless Real Estate

Chicago IL Associate Corporate Counsel - Wireless Real Estate The candidate will be drafting and negotiating a wide variety of complex cell site lease agreements (tower, rooftop, small cell, pole attachment, DAS, etc.), construction and deployment agreements, zoning and permitting issues and services agreements. Counseling DISH Wireless on various legal issues. Working closely with DISH's business team to accomplish DISH's goals and strategic objectives. Assisting with other responsibilities as needed. Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university. Admitted to practice law in at least one state. J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school. 3+ years of experience drafting and negotiating a wide variety of complex commercial and real estate agreements with a large national or regional law firm or leading corporation, 2+ years of experience drafting and negotiating wireless real estate agreements preferred. Excellent communication, project management, organization and multi-tasking skills. A passion for both the in-house practice of law and the wireless industry. Energy, resourcefulness and a demonstrated record of achievement. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-25

Corporate Counsel

Alameda CA Corporate Counsel Duties: Assist in all aspects of construction law, as well as ancillary legal areas, such as corporate, prevailing wage, employment and labor law, subcontractor claims, bond claims, and subcontractor defaults among others. Conduct analysis of contract provisions and propose recommended action/treatment to internal stakeholders. Assist in managing risk insurance and general liability insurance issues on a variety of different project types in both pre-litigation and litigation mode. Develop an understanding, and assist project teams in understanding, basic insurance coverage for construction defect claims, builder's risk, auto, worker's compensation and property damage claims. Review Labor Agreements and provide advice to operations regarding various terms and conditions and consistency with existing labor agreements. Conduct moderate to complex legal research on a variety of topics in multiple states that relate to the business, including California, Oregon, Nevada, and Arizona. Draft memoranda, correspondence, and reports summarizing research findings and offer opinions regarding liability, risk transfer, and exposure. Assist in communications with national, state and local regulatory agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Occupational Health and Safety Administration, and the National Labor Relations Board. Assist with all aspects of litigation - respond to document requests, prepare discovery responses, review and edit motions, briefs and memoranda from outside counsel; assist with managing outside counsel throughout the pre-litigation and litigation processes. Compile documents and prepare draft discovery responses and respond to third party subpoenas. Review and negotiate construction and commercial agreements; prepare and respond to redlines based on Company's risk profile, contracts playbook standards and project-specific risks. Other items as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited school and admission to CA state Bar. 2+ years of experience as counsel within a law firm's corporate/business/construction practice group or in-house legal department within the construction industry.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-25

Sr. Corporate Counsel

Harvey IL Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Counseling and advising leadership and employees on the legal aspects of activities within a wide range of issues related to the company's business operations (i.e., contracts, acquisitions, divestitures, protection and disposal of real and personal property, employment matters, labor matters, third party relations/terminations, export-import, FCPA, product and warranty disputes, and marketing materials and communications). Reviewing, drafting, and negotiating a variety of commercial contracts, including product sales, lease and distribution agreements, supply agreements, agency and consulting agreements, licensing arrangements and strategic alliance agreements. Implementing contracting terms, processes, and best practices across Atkore departments and geographic locations. Advising on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with different deals. Assisting Human Resources staff in resolving legal issues related to employee relations and litigation, company benefit plans, and equal opportunity-related matters. Assisting the Business Development staff in conducting due diligence for mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures, as well as assisting the General Counsel, Assistant General Counsel and Business Development staff in negotiating divestiture and acquisition agreements. Reviewing advertising and marketing materials to ensure compliance with legal requirements. Assisting the General Counsel, Assistant General Counsel and Finance staff in preparation and filing of various regulatory matters, including SEC and NYSE compliance. Recommending and retaining outside counsel, as required, to obtain legal opinions or handle claims and ligation. Assisting and managing outside counsel in matters of research, litigation, and pre-trial work. Coordinating, reviewing, and approving all legal fees for payment. Assisting with meetings of the subsidiary Boards of Directors including preparation of board resolutions and maintenance of official corporate records. Assisting in monitoring compliance with company-wide policies and initiatives, as well as drafting and implementing company-wide policies and procedures. Conducting training sessions on subjects relevant to the business. Performing all other related duties as requested by the VP, General Counsel, and the Assistant General Counsel.

Qualifications: J.D. required. License to practice law in appropriate state(s) and jurisdiction(s); must be licensed in the state of Illinois. Should have 6 years of practice in a corporate or law firm setting. Expertise in one of the following is strongly preferred: Federal Securities, Antitrust or other Complex Commercial Litigation, Privacy, Intellectual Property or Labor & Employment. Knowledge of the local, state, and federal laws affecting the corporation. Knowledge of the principles, methods, materials, and practices of legal research. Ability to interact effectively directly with the Company's senior leadership, proposing creative, pragmatic assessments and solutions to complex issues. Ability to work collaboratively across multiple functions and business units.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-24

Strategy Corporate Counsel

Plano TX Strategy Corporate Counsel The candidate will advise Yum! strategy team to synthesize, structure, and negotiate strategic transactions and commercial arrangements. Specifically, manage the end-to-end contracting process for agreements as a primary or secondary counsel, including managing the administrative and contracting process for M&A transactions, global partnerships, and technology/innovation projects. Contracts will include master services agreements, licensing agreements, SaaS, IP, and other technology license agreements, test or pilot evaluation agreements, purchase and sale agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and other ancillary transaction documents. The work will include participating in negotiations with counterparties, coordinating with outside counsel, revising contracts, synthesizing brand-level input, and coordinating alignment on key terms with internal clients. Ensure ongoing alignment with internal client teams and assist in issue-spotting and problem-solving for potential legal issues outside immediate expertise by building strong business relationships with key internal clients, primarily on the legal, strategy, M&A, finance, operations, and technology teams. Juris Doctor Degree from an accredited law school and strong academic credentials. Should have 4+ years of prior experience in an in-house law department or top-tier law firm. Must be a member of the Texas State Bar or another State Bar. Substantive knowledge of, and experience with, corporate/commercial transactions, including broad knowledge of corporate and contracts law (prefer experience with M&A transactions); strong communication, writing, and organizational skills; experience working with clients at all levels of an organization; ability to self-start and drive action individually and collaboratively in a collegial environment; sound judgment, critical thinking, and analytical skills; excellent interpersonal skills and proficiency on cross-functional teams with demonstrated ability to influence others; ability to prioritize and perform multiple tasks and handle changing priorities in a fast-paced environment; High personal and professional integrity and the ability to establish personal credibility and trust across the organization. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-24

Senior Corporate Counsel M&a

Newark CA Senior Corporate Counsel M&A The candidate will review, draft and negotiate transaction documents. Provide lead legal support for mergers, acquisitions, corporate and tax structuring activities, corporate finance transactions, and other strategic transactions, projects, and initiatives. Support integration activities for acquisitions. Assist with securities law compliance and filings (10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, and Section 16 reporting), subsidiary formation and management, and overall corporate governance. Advise company leadership and cross-functional teams throughout the organization on complex legal issues and risks and guide to a successful resolution. Shape and improve our legal processes that enable both legal and business functions to scale effectively. Assist other teams with projects on an as-needed basis. Should have 6+ years of experience practicing corporate and securities law, including 4+ years of experience at a top-tier law firm. In-house experience at a public company is a plus. Degree from a top-tier law school. Member of the California bar in good standing. Rock-solid foundation working on public company M&A, corporate, and securities matters; must have experience with M&A and other strategic transactions; bonus points for experience with international deals, corporate finance transactions, tax structuring and intercompany agreements, and/or cutting-edge corporate governance and securities issues. Resourceful self-starter with excellent problem-solving capabilities, judgment, communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills. Adept at thinking creatively (and strategically!) on your feet; proven ability to manage complex workloads, multiple stakeholder demands, and ever-shifting priorities all while instilling confidence. Responsiveness, sense of humor, positive attitude, and a willingness to dive into new areas. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-24

Senior Counsel/counsel Corporate And Business Development

Princeton NJ Senior Counsel/Counsel Corporate and Business Development Duties: 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). 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 the on-going development of a high-performance transactions legal team and cultivate a 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. Demonstrate a service-oriented approach to advising internal client groups. Demonstrate full commitment to mission and values.

Qualifications: A Law degree from recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license. 5 years of legal M&A, Licensing and/or Collaboration Transactional experience. 7-9 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 successfully manage internal client expectations and can work/operate well with a variety of personalities/capabilities in cross-functional teams, matrix environment. Creative, thoughtful and practical problem-solving skills. Must have high integrity, ability to assess risk, ability to make decisions and think strategically while applying knowledge of applicable legal issues. Listens to internal client needs and communicates with clients with confidence and diplomacy. 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. Possess strong work ethic.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-24

Senior Counsel/counsel Corporate And Business Development

Redwood City CA Senior Counsel/Counsel Corporate and Business Development Duties: 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). 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 the on-going development of a high-performance transactions legal team and cultivate a 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. Demonstrate a service-oriented approach to advising internal client groups. Demonstrate full commitment to mission and values.

Qualifications: A Law degree from recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license. 5 years of legal M&A, Licensing and/or Collaboration Transactional experience. 7-9 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 successfully manage internal client expectations and can work/operate well with a variety of personalities/capabilities in cross-functional teams, matrix environment. Creative, thoughtful and practical problem-solving skills. Must have high integrity, ability to assess risk, ability to make decisions and think strategically while applying knowledge of applicable legal issues. Listens to internal client needs and communicates with clients with confidence and diplomacy. 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. Possess strong work ethic.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-24

Corporate Counsel, Licensing

Alameda CA Corporate Counsel, Licensing The candidate drafts, reviews, and negotiates a wide range of contracts in support of the Business Development, Alliance Management, and Research and Development organizations (which may include confidentiality agreements, collaboration agreements, licensing agreements, strategic transactions, consulting agreements, materials transfer agreements, simple and complex clinical trial agreements, clinical advisory board agreements, and various vendor services agreements, supply agreements, and master agreements). Supports optimization of internal processes by drafting and reviewing summaries of the critical legal, financial and operational terms of the existing and future completed agreements, enabling the company to enforce and maintain compliance with those terms effectively. Acts as a legal point person for ongoing collaboration agreements and licensing agreements (pre-commercial) in support of alliance management efforts. Reviews redlines, supervise negotiations and provide general guidance to junior attorneys and contract managers. Supports legal diligence for licensing activities. Assists with maintaining up-to-date form agreements consistent with industry standards and applicable laws. Identifies and defines operational and legal risks and is able to communicate those risks to appropriate internal decision-makers for discussion and resolution. Cultivates strong and highly effective cross-functional relationships and communication with internal colleagues to effectively address legal and business questions. Effectively represents the company. Handles miscellaneous legal tasks on an as-needed basis.

The candidate should have a BS/BA degree, preferably in life sciences or a related field; an advanced life science degree is preferred. A JD degree is required and 3-5 years of related experience. Must be admitted to practice, preferably in California. Experience as an attorney in a law firm or in-house legal environment in the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industry. Complex contract drafting and negotiation experience required. Pharmaceutical licensing experience is required. Possesses clear and concise verbal and written communication skills and must have excellent interpersonal communication skills. Strong computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), document management systems, and redlining software). Must be detail-oriented and have strong organizational skills. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, with the ability to re-prioritize on short time frames. Can quickly separate the mission-critical from the nice-to-haves and the trivial. Ability to make complex decisions based on the data available; drives to the finish on all projects. Acts responsibly and conscientiously. Works under pressure to meet specific deadlines. Works well both independently and in a team environment; addresses differences fairly and equitably; treats everyone as a preferred internal client. Dedicated to quality, reliability, and highest professional standards in all work tasks. Must be a self-starter and quick learner. Must have good judgment.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2022-11-24
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AVP & Senior Counsel
In-House,Safety National
Location : Saint Louis Missouri United States

JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Vice President & Assistant General Counsel (?VP & AGC?), manages business transactional support for the Company?s various business units, select corporate (non-Claims) litigation, and other legal affairs of ... + read more

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Corporate Paralegal
In-House,Balfour & Co.
Location : Aventura Florida United States

Balfour & Co. Corporate Paralegal Location: Aventura, Florida   Position Summary: Are you looking for a place that believes in teamwork and success?  If so, we have a position you may find a great fit for your career.  We are looking t... + read more

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Principal Corporate Counsel: Product Safety
Refer job# ICZT171612
 
Principal Corporate Counsel: Product Safety The candidate will act as the subject-matter expert and resource across a range of regulatory issues, including content moderation, product trust and safety, responsible innovation, and accessibility. Will counsel legal colleagues, product engineering, go-to-market teams, and other business teams on global regulations and develop Firms policies and implementation plans to meet compliance obligations and customer expectations on these topics. Assist with responses to regulatory inquiries and investigations. Develop and implement Firms strategy with respect to new laws and regulations and Firms commitments related to them. Advance Firms commitment to developing sustainable, scalable, and ethical approaches to complex business issues. Support Firms regional Government Affairs leads on their work related to emerging regulatory trends and frameworks that impact Firms business.

The candidate should have Law degree (J.D. or non-U.S. equivalent), with excellent academic credentials. Must be a licensed attorney in good standing in one or more jurisdictions where Firms does business. Must have 7+ years of relevant legal, in-house, and/or law firm experience. Prior in-house experience with a public company is preferred, but will consider a candidate with demonstrated experience working with technology companies on regulatory matters in relevant subject-matter areas. Must have sSubstantive legal experience and knowledge in regulatory and/or corporate policy matters involving at least some of the following areas: human rights, trust and safety, content moderation, responsible innovation, accessibility, law enforcement response.
 
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Principal Corporate Counsel: Product Safety
Refer job# GUNW171613
 
Principal Corporate Counsel: Product Safety The candidate will act as the subject-matter expert and resource across a range of regulatory issues, including content moderation, product trust and safety, responsible innovation, and accessibility. Will counsel legal colleagues, product engineering, go-to-market teams, and other business teams on global regulations and develop Firms policies and implementation plans to meet compliance obligations and customer expectations on these topics. Assist with responses to regulatory inquiries and investigations. Develop and implement Firms' strategy with respect to new laws and regulations and Firms' commitments related to them. Advance Firm's commitment to developing sustainable, scalable, and ethical approaches to complex business issues. Support the Firm's regional Government Affairs leads on their work related to emerging regulatory trends and frameworks that impact Firms' business.

The candidate should have a Law degree (J.D. or non-U.S. equivalent) with excellent academic credentials. Must be a licensed attorney in good standing in one or more jurisdictions where Firms do business. Must have 7+ years of relevant legal, in-house, and/or law firm experience. Prior in-house experience with a public company is preferred, but we will consider a candidate with demonstrated experience working with technology companies on regulatory matters in relevant subject-matter areas. Must have substantive legal experience and knowledge in regulatory and/or corporate policy matters involving at least some of the following areas: human rights, trust and safety, content moderation, responsible innovation, accessibility, and law enforcement response.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel - Wireless Real Estate
Refer job# JTKX171614
 
Associate Corporate Counsel - Wireless Real Estate The candidate will be drafting and negotiating a wide variety of complex cell site lease agreements (tower, rooftop, small cell, pole attachment, DAS, etc.), construction and deployment agreements, zoning and permitting issues and services agreements. Counseling DISH Wireless on various legal issues. Working closely with DISH's business team to accomplish DISH's goals and strategic objectives. Assisting with other responsibilities as needed. Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university. Admitted to practice law in at least one state. J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school. 3+ years of experience drafting and negotiating a wide variety of complex commercial and real estate agreements with a large national or regional law firm or leading corporation, 2+ years of experience drafting and negotiating wireless real estate agreements preferred. Excellent communication, project management, organization and multi-tasking skills. A passion for both the in-house practice of law and the wireless industry. Energy, resourcefulness and a demonstrated record of achievement.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VTOR171616
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Assist in all aspects of construction law, as well as ancillary legal areas, such as corporate, prevailing wage, employment and labor law, subcontractor claims, bond claims, and subcontractor defaults among others. Conduct analysis of contract provisions and propose recommended action/treatment to internal stakeholders. Assist in managing risk insurance and general liability insurance issues on a variety of different project types in both pre-litigation and litigation mode. Develop an understanding, and assist project teams in understanding, basic insurance coverage for construction defect claims, builder's risk, auto, worker's compensation and property damage claims. Review Labor Agreements and provide advice to operations regarding various terms and conditions and consistency with existing labor agreements. Conduct moderate to complex legal research on a variety of topics in multiple states that relate to the business, including California, Oregon, Nevada, and Arizona. Draft memoranda, correspondence, and reports summarizing research findings and offer opinions regarding liability, risk transfer, and exposure. Assist in communications with national, state and local regulatory agencies, such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Occupational Health and Safety Administration, and the National Labor Relations Board. Assist with all aspects of litigation - respond to document requests, prepare discovery responses, review and edit motions, briefs and memoranda from outside counsel; assist with managing outside counsel throughout the pre-litigation and litigation processes. Compile documents and prepare draft discovery responses and respond to third party subpoenas. Review and negotiate construction and commercial agreements; prepare and respond to redlines based on Company's risk profile, contracts playbook standards and project-specific risks. Other items as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited school and admission to CA state Bar. 2+ years of experience as counsel within a law firm's corporate/business/construction practice group or in-house legal department within the construction industry.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Sr. Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YCXT171574
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Counseling and advising leadership and employees on the legal aspects of activities within a wide range of issues related to the company's business operations (i.e., contracts, acquisitions, divestitures, protection and disposal of real and personal property, employment matters, labor matters, third party relations/terminations, export-import, FCPA, product and warranty disputes, and marketing materials and communications). Reviewing, drafting, and negotiating a variety of commercial contracts, including product sales, lease and distribution agreements, supply agreements, agency and consulting agreements, licensing arrangements and strategic alliance agreements. Implementing contracting terms, processes, and best practices across Atkore departments and geographic locations. Advising on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with different deals. Assisting Human Resources staff in resolving legal issues related to employee relations and litigation, company benefit plans, and equal opportunity-related matters. Assisting the Business Development staff in conducting due diligence for mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures, as well as assisting the General Counsel, Assistant General Counsel and Business Development staff in negotiating divestiture and acquisition agreements. Reviewing advertising and marketing materials to ensure compliance with legal requirements. Assisting the General Counsel, Assistant General Counsel and Finance staff in preparation and filing of various regulatory matters, including SEC and NYSE compliance. Recommending and retaining outside counsel, as required, to obtain legal opinions or handle claims and ligation. Assisting and managing outside counsel in matters of research, litigation, and pre-trial work. Coordinating, reviewing, and approving all legal fees for payment. Assisting with meetings of the subsidiary Boards of Directors including preparation of board resolutions and maintenance of official corporate records. Assisting in monitoring compliance with company-wide policies and initiatives, as well as drafting and implementing company-wide policies and procedures. Conducting training sessions on subjects relevant to the business. Performing all other related duties as requested by the VP, General Counsel, and the Assistant General Counsel.

Qualifications: J.D. required. License to practice law in appropriate state(s) and jurisdiction(s); must be licensed in the state of Illinois. Should have 6 years of practice in a corporate or law firm setting. Expertise in one of the following is strongly preferred: Federal Securities, Antitrust or other Complex Commercial Litigation, Privacy, Intellectual Property or Labor & Employment. Knowledge of the local, state, and federal laws affecting the corporation. Knowledge of the principles, methods, materials, and practices of legal research. Ability to interact effectively directly with the Company's senior leadership, proposing creative, pragmatic assessments and solutions to complex issues. Ability to work collaboratively across multiple functions and business units.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Strategy Corporate Counsel
Refer job# EKTJ171575
 
Strategy Corporate Counsel The candidate will advise Yum! strategy team to synthesize, structure, and negotiate strategic transactions and commercial arrangements. Specifically, manage the end-to-end contracting process for agreements as a primary or secondary counsel, including managing the administrative and contracting process for M&A transactions, global partnerships, and technology/innovation projects. Contracts will include master services agreements, licensing agreements, SaaS, IP, and other technology license agreements, test or pilot evaluation agreements, purchase and sale agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and other ancillary transaction documents. The work will include participating in negotiations with counterparties, coordinating with outside counsel, revising contracts, synthesizing brand-level input, and coordinating alignment on key terms with internal clients. Ensure ongoing alignment with internal client teams and assist in issue-spotting and problem-solving for potential legal issues outside immediate expertise by building strong business relationships with key internal clients, primarily on the legal, strategy, M&A, finance, operations, and technology teams. Juris Doctor Degree from an accredited law school and strong academic credentials. Should have 4+ years of prior experience in an in-house law department or top-tier law firm. Must be a member of the Texas State Bar or another State Bar. Substantive knowledge of, and experience with, corporate/commercial transactions, including broad knowledge of corporate and contracts law (prefer experience with M&A transactions); strong communication, writing, and organizational skills; experience working with clients at all levels of an organization; ability to self-start and drive action individually and collaboratively in a collegial environment; sound judgment, critical thinking, and analytical skills; excellent interpersonal skills and proficiency on cross-functional teams with demonstrated ability to influence others; ability to prioritize and perform multiple tasks and handle changing priorities in a fast-paced environment; High personal and professional integrity and the ability to establish personal credibility and trust across the organization.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel M&a
Refer job# TILI171577
 
Senior Corporate Counsel M&A The candidate will review, draft and negotiate transaction documents. Provide lead legal support for mergers, acquisitions, corporate and tax structuring activities, corporate finance transactions, and other strategic transactions, projects, and initiatives. Support integration activities for acquisitions. Assist with securities law compliance and filings (10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, and Section 16 reporting), subsidiary formation and management, and overall corporate governance. Advise company leadership and cross-functional teams throughout the organization on complex legal issues and risks and guide to a successful resolution. Shape and improve our legal processes that enable both legal and business functions to scale effectively. Assist other teams with projects on an as-needed basis. Should have 6+ years of experience practicing corporate and securities law, including 4+ years of experience at a top-tier law firm. In-house experience at a public company is a plus. Degree from a top-tier law school. Member of the California bar in good standing. Rock-solid foundation working on public company M&A, corporate, and securities matters; must have experience with M&A and other strategic transactions; bonus points for experience with international deals, corporate finance transactions, tax structuring and intercompany agreements, and/or cutting-edge corporate governance and securities issues. Resourceful self-starter with excellent problem-solving capabilities, judgment, communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills. Adept at thinking creatively (and strategically!) on your feet; proven ability to manage complex workloads, multiple stakeholder demands, and ever-shifting priorities all while instilling confidence. Responsiveness, sense of humor, positive attitude, and a willingness to dive into new areas.
 
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Senior Counsel/counsel Corporate And Business Development
Refer job# KKND171583
 
Senior Counsel/Counsel Corporate and Business Development Duties: 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). 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 the on-going development of a high-performance transactions legal team and cultivate a 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. Demonstrate a service-oriented approach to advising internal client groups. Demonstrate full commitment to mission and values.

Qualifications: A Law degree from recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license. 5 years of legal M&A, Licensing and/or Collaboration Transactional experience. 7-9 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 successfully manage internal client expectations and can work/operate well with a variety of personalities/capabilities in cross-functional teams, matrix environment. Creative, thoughtful and practical problem-solving skills. Must have high integrity, ability to assess risk, ability to make decisions and think strategically while applying knowledge of applicable legal issues. Listens to internal client needs and communicates with clients with confidence and diplomacy. 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. Possess strong work ethic.
 
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Senior Counsel/counsel Corporate And Business Development
Refer job# YIKR171584
 
Senior Counsel/Counsel Corporate and Business Development Duties: 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). 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 the on-going development of a high-performance transactions legal team and cultivate a 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. Demonstrate a service-oriented approach to advising internal client groups. Demonstrate full commitment to mission and values.

Qualifications: A Law degree from recognized university. Qualification to practice law in New Jersey or ability to obtain a NJ in-house counsel limited license. 5 years of legal M&A, Licensing and/or Collaboration Transactional experience. 7-9 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 successfully manage internal client expectations and can work/operate well with a variety of personalities/capabilities in cross-functional teams, matrix environment. Creative, thoughtful and practical problem-solving skills. Must have high integrity, ability to assess risk, ability to make decisions and think strategically while applying knowledge of applicable legal issues. Listens to internal client needs and communicates with clients with confidence and diplomacy. 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. Possess strong work ethic.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Licensing
Refer job# QWAX171585
 
Corporate Counsel, Licensing The candidate drafts, reviews, and negotiates a wide range of contracts in support of the Business Development, Alliance Management, and Research and Development organizations (which may include confidentiality agreements, collaboration agreements, licensing agreements, strategic transactions, consulting agreements, materials transfer agreements, simple and complex clinical trial agreements, clinical advisory board agreements, and various vendor services agreements, supply agreements, and master agreements). Supports optimization of internal processes by drafting and reviewing summaries of the critical legal, financial and operational terms of the existing and future completed agreements, enabling the company to enforce and maintain compliance with those terms effectively. Acts as a legal point person for ongoing collaboration agreements and licensing agreements (pre-commercial) in support of alliance management efforts. Reviews redlines, supervise negotiations and provide general guidance to junior attorneys and contract managers. Supports legal diligence for licensing activities. Assists with maintaining up-to-date form agreements consistent with industry standards and applicable laws. Identifies and defines operational and legal risks and is able to communicate those risks to appropriate internal decision-makers for discussion and resolution. Cultivates strong and highly effective cross-functional relationships and communication with internal colleagues to effectively address legal and business questions. Effectively represents the company. Handles miscellaneous legal tasks on an as-needed basis.

The candidate should have a BS/BA degree, preferably in life sciences or a related field; an advanced life science degree is preferred. A JD degree is required and 3-5 years of related experience. Must be admitted to practice, preferably in California. Experience as an attorney in a law firm or in-house legal environment in the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industry. Complex contract drafting and negotiation experience required. Pharmaceutical licensing experience is required. Possesses clear and concise verbal and written communication skills and must have excellent interpersonal communication skills. Strong computer skills (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.), document management systems, and redlining software). Must be detail-oriented and have strong organizational skills. Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, with the ability to re-prioritize on short time frames. Can quickly separate the mission-critical from the nice-to-haves and the trivial. Ability to make complex decisions based on the data available; drives to the finish on all projects. Acts responsibly and conscientiously. Works under pressure to meet specific deadlines. Works well both independently and in a team environment; addresses differences fairly and equitably; treats everyone as a preferred internal client. Dedicated to quality, reliability, and highest professional standards in all work tasks. Must be a self-starter and quick learner. Must have good judgment.
 
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