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Associate General Counsel Corporate Governance

McLean VA Associate General Counsel - Corporate Governance Duties: Providing general support of the operation of the company's Board of Directors and its committees and drafting and reviewing committee materials, including committee charters, resolutions, minutes, memoranda, company policies, etc. Providing support and legal advice to the Board and its committees, including with regard to compliance with various applicable legal and regulatory requirements. Participating in the drafting and reviewing of, and maintaining subject matter expertise in compensation- and corporate governance-related disclosure filed with the SEC, including proxy information and Form 8-Ks. Serving as the primary lawyer providing advice on the delegations of authority process, including working with senior management to update the framework of the delegation and recommending changes to delegations of authority on an ongoing basis as circumstances evolve. Developing and maintaining specific subject matter expertise in, and providing legal advice and mentorship on, corporate governance standard methodologies, including interacting with other Company attorneys and outside counsel to provide legal advice to business clients on issues arising with the company's Board of Directors and committees. Working collaboratively with the Company's regulator and with other divisions. Provide legal advice and interpretations to business areas regarding corporate law, corporate governance and regulatory requirements. Research and benchmark as needed to support the business areas in their reporting obligations to the Board and its committees. Providing support and information in response to inquiries, reviews, and examinations by the Company's regulator and Internal Audit.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor (JD) degree; membership in good standing in a state Bar; and 10+ years of legal experience. Experience advising on public company corporate governance matters at a law firm or corporate law department (experience with NYSE listed and/or financial services companies desirable). Prior experience serving as an assistant secretary for a Board or its committees or supporting this function. Experience relating to delegations of corporate authority at a large, complex company preferred. Experience working with: a financial services company; a regulator (or conservator); and/or the audit and/or risk functions beneficial. Familiarity with legal issues in terms of executive compensation and benefits is a plus. Ability to work independently and be self-directed in advancing and implementing assignments and projects. Ability to build and maintain strong collaborative relationships with colleagues, regulators, clients, and directors. Ability to work as a member of the project team and lead project teams as needed. Strong written and verbal communications skills; excellent judgment, highly organized and, detail-oriented. Able to work under pressure, adjust to a dynamic environment with changing priorities and demands, and manage multiple competing priorities. Outstanding oral and written communications skills.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Manage, update and maintain internal compliance program and measures across organization, including evaluating, writing and submitting data for reports to regulatory bodies as needed. Manage and maintain progress and incident reports for management and Board of Directors. Manage and maintain process to monitor and notify compliance obligation owners to ensure timely completion of key compliance obligations, including preparing and conducting regular training sessions for team members throughout the organization. Maintain current and up-to-date knowledge of applicable laws, regulations and standards to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance. Prepare, review, edit, negotiate, and manage a wide variety of commercial agreements. Assist in developing and maintaining contract automation and management systems, and support continuous improvement projects to contract templates, processes and systems. Support legal department and outside counsel in providing legal advice and services involving intellectual property issues including copyright, trademark and related matters. Manage outside counsel on litigation matters. Support legal department and functions in various projects such as mergers and acquisitions and internal reorganization activities.

Requirements: JD Degree. Exceptional organization skills and strong attention to detail. Passion and strong desire to learn new subject matters and areas of law. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills, and ability to communicate and collaborate with individuals at all levels in and out of the organization. Ability to effectively communicate, collaborate and deliver an excellent work product in a fast-paced, and rapidly growing dynamic company. Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Creative problem-solving skills and positive attitude. Strong initiative and an ability to take ownership over projects are essential for this job. The ability to maintain confidentiality and to operate in the role with the highest of ethical standards and professionalism are required.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate Securities

Chicago IL Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate Securities Duties: Provide legal and strategic counsel on a wide range of issues to various internal teams. Protect the brand and reputation of the company by acting as a primary point of contact for legal counsel and securities advice. Act as subject matter expert and guide leadership to assist the company in meeting its requirements under U.S. Securities laws in addition to listing requirements on the ASX and reporting requirements under Irish Company Law. Assist in matters of corporate governance and certain transactional matters such as merger and acquisition transactions, transactions involving the company's debt facilities and commercial agreements involving the company's banking, advisory and securities listing and management arrangements. Advise on the listing and disclosure requirements of the ASX and Irish company law. Counsel leader on SEC rules and regulations, quarterly and annual SEC filings, proxies, disclosure obligations, public offerings, underwriting and other securities law matters. Provide advice and counsel relative to Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, including independence of auditors and other governance concerns under the rules of the NYSE and SEC regulations. Maintain oversight to the preparation of ASX and SEC documents and filings as well as Board of Directors and internal governance materials. Advise leadership on corporate governance issues. Support investor relations, including reviewing management presentations to investors. Negotiate and manage merger and acquisition transactions, including due diligence and drafting agreements, and a variety of commercial agreements including debt facilities and agreements involving banking, advisory and securities listing and management arrangements. Provide counsel on matters relating to corporate communications, including reviewing communications to employees and investors. Provide counsel to leader on international securities registration issues, including the principles governing a listing on the ASX. Manage relationships with ASIC and the Irish Takeover Panel. Draft contracts and agreements in any legal space and support leaders with other necessary documentation. Remain current on industry developments and educate leadership regarding relevant regulations as well as rules and filing requirements impacting the company. Monitor, review and partner with colleagues globally on key regulatory issues and trends in the securities space. Provide support to the Corporate Secretary, e.g., preparation for and conduct of board and stockholder meetings and the preparation of appropriate minutes and resolutions.

Qualifications: JD Degree with excellent academic credentials from a respected law school. Licensed to practice law in one of the 50 states; ability to waive into Illinois bar. 8+ years of experience of professional legal experience at a large law firm or at a large, public, global corporation required. Minimum five years of corporate securities and corporate governance experience, including counseling business leaders on SEC rules and regulations, corporate governance issues and SOX.. . Desired Skills. Personal and professional integrity required. Superior intellect, with the ability to think critically and make clear and well-reasoned decisions. Strong business sense with ability to identify understand issues, problems, and opportunities and effectively chose a course of action or develop appropriate solutions. Confident team player who is comfortable in a fast-paced environment where one's recommendations may be challenged by highly intelligent and knowledgeable colleagues. Someone down to earth who is motivated by the opportunity to become fully integrated with the business. Appreciative of partnerships across the globe who is comfortable working with colleagues from different cultures and has an appreciation of cultural difference. Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships over large geographic and time differences. Able to find creative solutions to complex legal problems while maintaining the Company's legal and ethical responsibilities. Operates with the highest level of integrity and elevates issues to senior management when needed. Communicates in a clear, concise, understandable manner, both orally and in writing; ability to convey complex legal issues in a manner useful to management. Ability to influence and gain commitment across different interpersonal styles. Has a high level of energy, enthusiasm and motivation, along with the skills to help make the company successful.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Senior Corporate Counsel

Nashville TN Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Primary support to procurement and IT functions, including marketing-related contract matters. Support to human resources for all labor & employment matters. Work closely with marketing and communications teams to identify and analyze legal and commercial risks related to various marketing matters, including evaluating marketing materials for all company products. Draft, review, analyze and negotiate agreements, memoranda and other legal documents to which the company intends to become a party across a wide variety of categories. Establish, manage and maintain strong collaborative relationships with a variety of corporate clients in different areas of the company, including human resources, sales, manufacturing, and marketing. Develop a thorough understanding of and familiarity with the company's business in order to identify trends and formulate appropriate legal advice, structures and strategies. Retain, evaluate and effectively manage external legal counsel supporting corporate and transactional matters in order to maximize the quality of representation and remain within budget. Independently handle and keep track of multiple projects for the company.

Qualifications: JD Degree with superior academic credentials from an ABA accredited law school. Admitted to practice in the state of Tennessee or admitted to practice in a state that offers reciprocity with the state of Tennessee. 8+ years of law firm or in-house experience with labor & employment, transactional and corporate legal experience. Intellectual Property experience is a plus. Strategic business partner with demonstrated ability to impact, influence and negotiate with internal and external stakeholders. Ability to anticipate legal issues or risks and to see around the corner  through understanding of and familiarity with the company's business. Highly professional, poised, excellent written and verbal communication skills and executive presence with law firm and in-house experience. Must possess strong judgment, confidence, and collaborative problem-solving skills. Apply online.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Associate Corporate Counsel

Lowell AR Associate Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide foresight and protection for the company against legal risks. Provide guidance to junior attorneys. Negotiate with contractual counterparties on non-legal issues. Prepare and examine contracts for internal and external legal matters including, but not limited to, leases, licenses, purchases, sales, insurance, etc.. Analyze proposed and established legislation, prepare legal documents, and review company policies. Identify, investigate and analyze claims and legal issues, draft key documents, present clear recommendations, and assure legal compliance. Coordinate proactive completion of discovery as a case may require, i.e. interrogatories, request for production of documents, depositions. Contribute to all phases of litigation in cases involving employment discrimination, breach of contract, wrongful discharge and unfair labor practice claims. Provide strategic legal guidance, advice and counsel to senior leaders in a variety of corporate, commercial and litigation matters. Advise senior management on a wide variety of legal matters, including risk and control issues; provide support on commercial concerns, negotiations, and regulatory issues across a broad range of legal subjects. Collaborate with outside labor and employment counsel to maintain compliance and accomplish goals. Ensure organizational business practices are in compliance with the industry's concepts, practices, and procedures.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited Law School with 4+ years of relevant experience (post law school). Licensed to practice law (and in good standing) in at least one jurisdiction. Preferred Qualifications: Admission to the Arkansas Bar. Labor and employment and/or data privacy experience strongly preferred. Experience in the transportation industry. Experience with a major law firm, corporate law department, or equivalent. Interest in learning new areas of the law. Experience working in a fast-paced environment. Ability to work independently or on a team. Ability to analyze complex legal matters. Customer-focused and ability to effectively communicate with and influence business leaders at all levels of the organization. Excellent project management skills, writing skills, listening and oral communications skills, diplomacy, finesse and interpersonal skills. Strong business judgment and skill in distinguishing between high and low priority legal issues. Demonstrated ability to influence business leaders and impact decision-making.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Corporate Counsel - Construction

Houston TX Corporate Counsel - Construction The candidate will assist with design, construction, and related transactions and projects, advise the company's Conceptual Construction team (CCG) and develop strong partnerships with the company's central, regional and international offices. Coordinate with outside legal counsel as requested. Negotiate and draft design, construction, and related consulting contracts and purchase orders. Assist CCG in RFPs and review of comments to contracts and bid solicitations documents. Assist CCG in responding to project issues (change order requests, delay claims, and defective work situations), prepare related correspondence, and assist in the selection and monitoring of outside counsel if necessary. Provide advice on indemnity clauses, guarantees, and other provisions; review insurance and indemnity requirements in contracts and coordinate with the company's insurance risk management team regarding appropriate insurance terms concerning design and construction arrangements. Provide support to central departments and international and regional offices through the review and negotiation of other vendor and other services contracts (geotechnical and environmental consulting agreements, insurance manuals, purchasing agreements, etc.). Should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school, and 4+ years of relevant legal experience. Must have strong academic credentials from a top-tier US law school. Experience in transactions in different states is a plus. Should be licensed to practice law in the state of Texas. Experience selecting and managing outside counsel. Must be a highly confident, articulate, self-motivated, self-sufficient, and enthusiastic individual who is a team player, entrepreneurial mindset, focus on outcomes over output, and able to travel periodically. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Corporate Counsel - Licensing And Ip - Healthcare

Alpharetta GA Corporate Counsel - Licensing and IP - Healthcare The candidate will be providing front-line legal advice and support for a wide variety of healthcare products. Creating commercial agreements to sales/licensing, business development, and product teams. Creating collaboration agreements, and agreements related to product development, sales agency, and confidentiality. Reviewing, revising, negotiating and drafting content and technology licenses. Developing and implementing strategies, training, automation, and other efficiency projects. Ensuring compliance with internal policies, processes, and ethical standards. Legal/Contract experience in a law firm or corporation. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Prior data privacy, technology, healthcare, and/or intellectual property contracting experience a plus. Effectively and efficiently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a complex and constantly changing environment. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Corporate Counsel - Licensing And Ip - Healthcare

New York City NY Corporate Counsel - Licensing and IP - Healthcare The candidate will be providing front-line legal advice and support for a wide variety of healthcare products. Creating commercial agreements to sales/licensing, business development, and product teams. Creating collaboration agreements, and agreements related to product development, sales agency, and confidentiality. Reviewing, revising, negotiating and drafting content and technology licenses. Developing and implementing strategies, training, automation, and other efficiency projects. Ensuring compliance with internal policies, processes, and ethical standards. Legal/Contract experience in a law firm or corporation. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Prior data privacy, technology, healthcare, and/or intellectual property contracting experience a plus. Effectively and efficiently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a complex and constantly changing environment. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Corporate Counsel - Licensing And Ip - Healthcare

Philadelphia PA Corporate Counsel - Licensing and IP - Healthcare The candidate will be providing front-line legal advice and support for a wide variety of healthcare products. Creating commercial agreements to sales/licensing, business development, and product teams. Creating collaboration agreements, and agreements related to product development, sales agency, and confidentiality. Reviewing, revising, negotiating and drafting content and technology licenses. Developing and implementing strategies, training, automation, and other efficiency projects. Ensuring compliance with internal policies, processes, and ethical standards. Legal/Contract experience in a law firm or corporation. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Prior data privacy, technology, healthcare, and/or intellectual property contracting experience a plus. Effectively and efficiently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a complex and constantly changing environment. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Director, Global Corporate Counsel

Morrisville NC Director, Global Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Partner closely with Sales and Account Management teams in drafting and negotiating optimal terms and conditions for all customer contracts and legal/contractual compliance issues pertaining to ongoing activities. Partner closely with all teams (particularly Finance and Strategic Sourcing) in drafting and negotiating optimal terms and conditions for vendor and 3d party contracts as requested and supporting ongoing relationships with key parties. Identify legal risks across all business lines and products and collaborate with team members to develop plans to mitigate such risks. Lead the internal regulatory and corporate compliance programs and initiatives. Support relevant stakeholders on Secretarial and corporate governance matters (e.g., formation, structure, administration of legal entities, Board related documentation). Provide legal advice and counsel on's financing initiatives, including securitizations, corporate finance, partnerships, and contracts. Manage IP activities in partnership with Tech team(s). Manage the selection, retention, management, and budget of all outside counsel relationships. As assigned, support new and unique business initiatives, strategic transactions, and alliances.

Qualifications: JD required. Should have 10+ years ? experience, including experience with the major law firms. Commercial contract drafting and negotiating experience is essential. Strong analytical capabilities and sound judgment. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Proven ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously to completion; strong attention to detail, creative and resourceful. Ability to demonstrate a practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving; ability to effectively counsel clients with clear, concise, and creative solutions where necessary, on established timelines. Ability to work proactively and reliably within tight timeframes in a fast-paced, high-performance environment. Preferred Qualifications: Corporate law/corporate governance experience highly preferred. Experience working in a high-growth global company: experience working with Chinese customers/vendors is highly preferred. Ability to assess and manage big picture of corporation's legal risks and obligations.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29
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Attorney
In-House,Double Diamond Cos
Location : Hazle Township Pennsylvania United States

Eagle Rock Resort is a private gated golf community located in Hazle Township, PA. We are currently seekking a qualified Attorney to join our Team. This position reports to the Senior Vice President/General Counsel of Double Diamond Companies locat... + read more

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Deputy General Counsel-SFR
In-House,Bridge Investment Group
Location : Charlotte North Carolina United States

Summary: Provide senior management with quality legal advice on company operations and manage the legal functions of the company. Duties and Responsibilities: Prepare, review, revise and negotiate a broad variety of legal documents. Advi... + read more

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Associate General Counsel Corporate Governance
Refer job# WUIX168975
 
Associate General Counsel - Corporate Governance Duties: Providing general support of the operation of the company's Board of Directors and its committees and drafting and reviewing committee materials, including committee charters, resolutions, minutes, memoranda, company policies, etc. Providing support and legal advice to the Board and its committees, including with regard to compliance with various applicable legal and regulatory requirements. Participating in the drafting and reviewing of, and maintaining subject matter expertise in compensation- and corporate governance-related disclosure filed with the SEC, including proxy information and Form 8-Ks. Serving as the primary lawyer providing advice on the delegations of authority process, including working with senior management to update the framework of the delegation and recommending changes to delegations of authority on an ongoing basis as circumstances evolve. Developing and maintaining specific subject matter expertise in, and providing legal advice and mentorship on, corporate governance standard methodologies, including interacting with other Company attorneys and outside counsel to provide legal advice to business clients on issues arising with the company's Board of Directors and committees. Working collaboratively with the Company's regulator and with other divisions. Provide legal advice and interpretations to business areas regarding corporate law, corporate governance and regulatory requirements. Research and benchmark as needed to support the business areas in their reporting obligations to the Board and its committees. Providing support and information in response to inquiries, reviews, and examinations by the Company's regulator and Internal Audit.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor (JD) degree; membership in good standing in a state Bar; and 10+ years of legal experience. Experience advising on public company corporate governance matters at a law firm or corporate law department (experience with NYSE listed and/or financial services companies desirable). Prior experience serving as an assistant secretary for a Board or its committees or supporting this function. Experience relating to delegations of corporate authority at a large, complex company preferred. Experience working with: a financial services company; a regulator (or conservator); and/or the audit and/or risk functions beneficial. Familiarity with legal issues in terms of executive compensation and benefits is a plus. Ability to work independently and be self-directed in advancing and implementing assignments and projects. Ability to build and maintain strong collaborative relationships with colleagues, regulators, clients, and directors. Ability to work as a member of the project team and lead project teams as needed. Strong written and verbal communications skills; excellent judgment, highly organized and, detail-oriented. Able to work under pressure, adjust to a dynamic environment with changing priorities and demands, and manage multiple competing priorities. Outstanding oral and written communications skills.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UAQN168976
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Manage, update and maintain internal compliance program and measures across organization, including evaluating, writing and submitting data for reports to regulatory bodies as needed. Manage and maintain progress and incident reports for management and Board of Directors. Manage and maintain process to monitor and notify compliance obligation owners to ensure timely completion of key compliance obligations, including preparing and conducting regular training sessions for team members throughout the organization. Maintain current and up-to-date knowledge of applicable laws, regulations and standards to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance. Prepare, review, edit, negotiate, and manage a wide variety of commercial agreements. Assist in developing and maintaining contract automation and management systems, and support continuous improvement projects to contract templates, processes and systems. Support legal department and outside counsel in providing legal advice and services involving intellectual property issues including copyright, trademark and related matters. Manage outside counsel on litigation matters. Support legal department and functions in various projects such as mergers and acquisitions and internal reorganization activities.

Requirements: JD Degree. Exceptional organization skills and strong attention to detail. Passion and strong desire to learn new subject matters and areas of law. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills, and ability to communicate and collaborate with individuals at all levels in and out of the organization. Ability to effectively communicate, collaborate and deliver an excellent work product in a fast-paced, and rapidly growing dynamic company. Ability to work independently and manage multiple projects simultaneously. Creative problem-solving skills and positive attitude. Strong initiative and an ability to take ownership over projects are essential for this job. The ability to maintain confidentiality and to operate in the role with the highest of ethical standards and professionalism are required.
 
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Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate Securities
Refer job# DJJW168977
 
Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate Securities Duties: Provide legal and strategic counsel on a wide range of issues to various internal teams. Protect the brand and reputation of the company by acting as a primary point of contact for legal counsel and securities advice. Act as subject matter expert and guide leadership to assist the company in meeting its requirements under U.S. Securities laws in addition to listing requirements on the ASX and reporting requirements under Irish Company Law. Assist in matters of corporate governance and certain transactional matters such as merger and acquisition transactions, transactions involving the company's debt facilities and commercial agreements involving the company's banking, advisory and securities listing and management arrangements. Advise on the listing and disclosure requirements of the ASX and Irish company law. Counsel leader on SEC rules and regulations, quarterly and annual SEC filings, proxies, disclosure obligations, public offerings, underwriting and other securities law matters. Provide advice and counsel relative to Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, including independence of auditors and other governance concerns under the rules of the NYSE and SEC regulations. Maintain oversight to the preparation of ASX and SEC documents and filings as well as Board of Directors and internal governance materials. Advise leadership on corporate governance issues. Support investor relations, including reviewing management presentations to investors. Negotiate and manage merger and acquisition transactions, including due diligence and drafting agreements, and a variety of commercial agreements including debt facilities and agreements involving banking, advisory and securities listing and management arrangements. Provide counsel on matters relating to corporate communications, including reviewing communications to employees and investors. Provide counsel to leader on international securities registration issues, including the principles governing a listing on the ASX. Manage relationships with ASIC and the Irish Takeover Panel. Draft contracts and agreements in any legal space and support leaders with other necessary documentation. Remain current on industry developments and educate leadership regarding relevant regulations as well as rules and filing requirements impacting the company. Monitor, review and partner with colleagues globally on key regulatory issues and trends in the securities space. Provide support to the Corporate Secretary, e.g., preparation for and conduct of board and stockholder meetings and the preparation of appropriate minutes and resolutions.

Qualifications: JD Degree with excellent academic credentials from a respected law school. Licensed to practice law in one of the 50 states; ability to waive into Illinois bar. 8+ years of experience of professional legal experience at a large law firm or at a large, public, global corporation required. Minimum five years of corporate securities and corporate governance experience, including counseling business leaders on SEC rules and regulations, corporate governance issues and SOX.. . Desired Skills. Personal and professional integrity required. Superior intellect, with the ability to think critically and make clear and well-reasoned decisions. Strong business sense with ability to identify understand issues, problems, and opportunities and effectively chose a course of action or develop appropriate solutions. Confident team player who is comfortable in a fast-paced environment where one's recommendations may be challenged by highly intelligent and knowledgeable colleagues. Someone down to earth who is motivated by the opportunity to become fully integrated with the business. Appreciative of partnerships across the globe who is comfortable working with colleagues from different cultures and has an appreciation of cultural difference. Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships over large geographic and time differences. Able to find creative solutions to complex legal problems while maintaining the Company's legal and ethical responsibilities. Operates with the highest level of integrity and elevates issues to senior management when needed. Communicates in a clear, concise, understandable manner, both orally and in writing; ability to convey complex legal issues in a manner useful to management. Ability to influence and gain commitment across different interpersonal styles. Has a high level of energy, enthusiasm and motivation, along with the skills to help make the company successful.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# RBST168979
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Primary support to procurement and IT functions, including marketing-related contract matters. Support to human resources for all labor & employment matters. Work closely with marketing and communications teams to identify and analyze legal and commercial risks related to various marketing matters, including evaluating marketing materials for all company products. Draft, review, analyze and negotiate agreements, memoranda and other legal documents to which the company intends to become a party across a wide variety of categories. Establish, manage and maintain strong collaborative relationships with a variety of corporate clients in different areas of the company, including human resources, sales, manufacturing, and marketing. Develop a thorough understanding of and familiarity with the company's business in order to identify trends and formulate appropriate legal advice, structures and strategies. Retain, evaluate and effectively manage external legal counsel supporting corporate and transactional matters in order to maximize the quality of representation and remain within budget. Independently handle and keep track of multiple projects for the company.

Qualifications: JD Degree with superior academic credentials from an ABA accredited law school. Admitted to practice in the state of Tennessee or admitted to practice in a state that offers reciprocity with the state of Tennessee. 8+ years of law firm or in-house experience with labor & employment, transactional and corporate legal experience. Intellectual Property experience is a plus. Strategic business partner with demonstrated ability to impact, influence and negotiate with internal and external stakeholders. Ability to anticipate legal issues or risks and to see around the corner  through understanding of and familiarity with the company's business. Highly professional, poised, excellent written and verbal communication skills and executive presence with law firm and in-house experience. Must possess strong judgment, confidence, and collaborative problem-solving skills. Apply online.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# BFNH168980
 
Associate Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide foresight and protection for the company against legal risks. Provide guidance to junior attorneys. Negotiate with contractual counterparties on non-legal issues. Prepare and examine contracts for internal and external legal matters including, but not limited to, leases, licenses, purchases, sales, insurance, etc.. Analyze proposed and established legislation, prepare legal documents, and review company policies. Identify, investigate and analyze claims and legal issues, draft key documents, present clear recommendations, and assure legal compliance. Coordinate proactive completion of discovery as a case may require, i.e. interrogatories, request for production of documents, depositions. Contribute to all phases of litigation in cases involving employment discrimination, breach of contract, wrongful discharge and unfair labor practice claims. Provide strategic legal guidance, advice and counsel to senior leaders in a variety of corporate, commercial and litigation matters. Advise senior management on a wide variety of legal matters, including risk and control issues; provide support on commercial concerns, negotiations, and regulatory issues across a broad range of legal subjects. Collaborate with outside labor and employment counsel to maintain compliance and accomplish goals. Ensure organizational business practices are in compliance with the industry's concepts, practices, and procedures.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited Law School with 4+ years of relevant experience (post law school). Licensed to practice law (and in good standing) in at least one jurisdiction. Preferred Qualifications: Admission to the Arkansas Bar. Labor and employment and/or data privacy experience strongly preferred. Experience in the transportation industry. Experience with a major law firm, corporate law department, or equivalent. Interest in learning new areas of the law. Experience working in a fast-paced environment. Ability to work independently or on a team. Ability to analyze complex legal matters. Customer-focused and ability to effectively communicate with and influence business leaders at all levels of the organization. Excellent project management skills, writing skills, listening and oral communications skills, diplomacy, finesse and interpersonal skills. Strong business judgment and skill in distinguishing between high and low priority legal issues. Demonstrated ability to influence business leaders and impact decision-making.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Construction
Refer job# HRKV168981
 
Corporate Counsel - Construction The candidate will assist with design, construction, and related transactions and projects, advise the company's Conceptual Construction team (CCG) and develop strong partnerships with the company's central, regional and international offices. Coordinate with outside legal counsel as requested. Negotiate and draft design, construction, and related consulting contracts and purchase orders. Assist CCG in RFPs and review of comments to contracts and bid solicitations documents. Assist CCG in responding to project issues (change order requests, delay claims, and defective work situations), prepare related correspondence, and assist in the selection and monitoring of outside counsel if necessary. Provide advice on indemnity clauses, guarantees, and other provisions; review insurance and indemnity requirements in contracts and coordinate with the company's insurance risk management team regarding appropriate insurance terms concerning design and construction arrangements. Provide support to central departments and international and regional offices through the review and negotiation of other vendor and other services contracts (geotechnical and environmental consulting agreements, insurance manuals, purchasing agreements, etc.). Should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school, and 4+ years of relevant legal experience. Must have strong academic credentials from a top-tier US law school. Experience in transactions in different states is a plus. Should be licensed to practice law in the state of Texas. Experience selecting and managing outside counsel. Must be a highly confident, articulate, self-motivated, self-sufficient, and enthusiastic individual who is a team player, entrepreneurial mindset, focus on outcomes over output, and able to travel periodically.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel - Licensing And Ip - Healthcare
Refer job# KHPH168982
 
Corporate Counsel - Licensing and IP - Healthcare The candidate will be providing front-line legal advice and support for a wide variety of healthcare products. Creating commercial agreements to sales/licensing, business development, and product teams. Creating collaboration agreements, and agreements related to product development, sales agency, and confidentiality. Reviewing, revising, negotiating and drafting content and technology licenses. Developing and implementing strategies, training, automation, and other efficiency projects. Ensuring compliance with internal policies, processes, and ethical standards. Legal/Contract experience in a law firm or corporation. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Prior data privacy, technology, healthcare, and/or intellectual property contracting experience a plus. Effectively and efficiently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a complex and constantly changing environment.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Licensing And Ip - Healthcare
Refer job# BYEW168983
 
Corporate Counsel - Licensing and IP - Healthcare The candidate will be providing front-line legal advice and support for a wide variety of healthcare products. Creating commercial agreements to sales/licensing, business development, and product teams. Creating collaboration agreements, and agreements related to product development, sales agency, and confidentiality. Reviewing, revising, negotiating and drafting content and technology licenses. Developing and implementing strategies, training, automation, and other efficiency projects. Ensuring compliance with internal policies, processes, and ethical standards. Legal/Contract experience in a law firm or corporation. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Prior data privacy, technology, healthcare, and/or intellectual property contracting experience a plus. Effectively and efficiently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a complex and constantly changing environment.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Licensing And Ip - Healthcare
Refer job# YVJC168984
 
Corporate Counsel - Licensing and IP - Healthcare The candidate will be providing front-line legal advice and support for a wide variety of healthcare products. Creating commercial agreements to sales/licensing, business development, and product teams. Creating collaboration agreements, and agreements related to product development, sales agency, and confidentiality. Reviewing, revising, negotiating and drafting content and technology licenses. Developing and implementing strategies, training, automation, and other efficiency projects. Ensuring compliance with internal policies, processes, and ethical standards. Legal/Contract experience in a law firm or corporation. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Prior data privacy, technology, healthcare, and/or intellectual property contracting experience a plus. Effectively and efficiently prioritize and execute tasks and demonstrate flexibility in a complex and constantly changing environment.
 
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Director, Global Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FSYI168985
 
Director, Global Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Partner closely with Sales and Account Management teams in drafting and negotiating optimal terms and conditions for all customer contracts and legal/contractual compliance issues pertaining to ongoing activities. Partner closely with all teams (particularly Finance and Strategic Sourcing) in drafting and negotiating optimal terms and conditions for vendor and 3d party contracts as requested and supporting ongoing relationships with key parties. Identify legal risks across all business lines and products and collaborate with team members to develop plans to mitigate such risks. Lead the internal regulatory and corporate compliance programs and initiatives. Support relevant stakeholders on Secretarial and corporate governance matters (e.g., formation, structure, administration of legal entities, Board related documentation). Provide legal advice and counsel on's financing initiatives, including securitizations, corporate finance, partnerships, and contracts. Manage IP activities in partnership with Tech team(s). Manage the selection, retention, management, and budget of all outside counsel relationships. As assigned, support new and unique business initiatives, strategic transactions, and alliances.

Qualifications: JD required. Should have 10+ years ? experience, including experience with the major law firms. Commercial contract drafting and negotiating experience is essential. Strong analytical capabilities and sound judgment. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Proven ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously to completion; strong attention to detail, creative and resourceful. Ability to demonstrate a practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving; ability to effectively counsel clients with clear, concise, and creative solutions where necessary, on established timelines. Ability to work proactively and reliably within tight timeframes in a fast-paced, high-performance environment. Preferred Qualifications: Corporate law/corporate governance experience highly preferred. Experience working in a high-growth global company: experience working with Chinese customers/vendors is highly preferred. Ability to assess and manage big picture of corporation's legal risks and obligations.
 
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