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Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Conducting all aspects of contract drafting and lead negotiations concerning software and data licenses, SaaS product subscriptions and related service level agreements, maintenance agreements, RFPs, professional services agreements and alliance partner/subcontractor agreements, while providing support to the relevant regional MA sales and services organizations in a broad range of commercial transactions. Supporting and carrying out MAs business policies and practices, including preferred contract terms and compromise positions; gaining familiarity with and observing compliance policies such as anti-bribery, economic and trade sanctions and competition law policies; navigating privacy and information security issues relating to MAs SaaS and cloud-based products; and observing MAs revenue recognition policies in the preparation and conclusion of contracts. Explain these policies and procedures clearly to others. Working closely with outside counsel and with many of the companys other in-house lawyers, sales operations and finance staff, as well as product, support and delivery teams in the lines of business. Navigating customer bureaucracies and working to effectively close deals in a timely manner on acceptable terms to MA. Answering questions and offering professional legal advice on a wide range of issues Managing and streamlining internal processes. We value employees who exercise intiative and display creativity in solving challenges and accomplishing business objectives.

Qualifications: Law degree from top tier law school. Member of the NY Bar in good standing. Spanish fluency and ability to draft and negotiate contracts in Spanish and English. 7+ years total legal experience, of which: (i) 3+ years of which are in a law firm, with a practice focused on IP licensing/tech transactions, corporate, securities, capital markets, financial services, M&A, or other transactional based work; and (ii) the remaining years of experience are either with a law firm or with an in-house legal team, preferably with a technology, professional services or financial services company. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, and a strong team orientation; ability to communicate confidently with senior management on complex legal and contractual issues. Strong analytical and writing skills. Strong contract drafting and negotiation skills and a sound understanding of various types of software licensing and services transactions, subscription-based business models and familiarity with software revenue recognition principles. Experience negotiating contracts with Latin American clients and familiarity with region-specific legal and regulatory documentation requirements is an advantage. Experience in banking and financial services or a technology / software company is a strong plus, as are candidates who have a technical or financial background. Hard working, well organized, detail-oriented and process-driven candidates who have a demonstrated ability to manage a diverse workload under demanding deadline pressures. Preferred Qualifications: Spanish Speaking is a must.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18

Corporate Counsel

Roanoke VA Corporate Counsel Duties: Lead the drafting and negotiation of a broad range of commercial contracts and provide cross-functional legal and risk management support to the organization. Negotiate and draft a broad range of commercial contracts, including, but not limited to, terms and conditions of sale, supply, procurement, non-disclosure, distribution and consulting agreements. Advise the company on day-to-day issues related to commercial matters, contracts, strategic initiatives and business processes. Provide advice and guidance to Company functional units on a broad range of legal and risk management matters, including, but not limited to, sourcing, logistics, insurance, tax, health and safety, marketing, sales, IP and R&D. Provide advice and guidance in connection with legal compliance matters, including, but not limited to, anti-bribery, anti-corruption, data privacy, antitrust, trade compliance and other ethical business practices. Provide advice and guidance in connection with the companys domestic and international business development activities. Provide advice and guidance in connection with the companys corporate secretarial activities, including, but not limited to, subsidiary governance globally and assistance with board of directors and shareholders meetings, minutes and consents. Bring full effort to bear on tasks assigned by manager. Give manager best advice. Give earliest notice when work cannot be delivered as specified. Cooperate and collaborate with peers and interact cross-organizationally as specified by manager. Exemplify Company Core Values: Integrity, Client Focus, Team Orientation, and Personal Commitment. Comply with all Company policies, practices, and procedures and all regulations and laws. Recommend viable improvements proactively. Ensure effective utilization of business tools and processes.

Qualifications: Bachelors degree or equivalent. JD Degree or equivalent via education and/or work experience. U.S. qualified lawyer with admission to practice in at least one state Bar. 2 years work experience in the corporate/commercial practice group of a law firm. Demonstrated successful working relationships with clients, suppliers, and other internal and external contacts. Demonstrated successful and positive personal leadership, interpersonal, organizational, administrative, and communication skills. Demonstrated continuous improvement in areas of responsibility. Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and an HRMS. Availability to travel, domestically and internationally, 10%, sometimes with limited notice. Preferred Qualifications: 5 years experience in the corporate/commercial practice group of a large law firm. In-house experience, including managing contracts and commercial functions. Experience managing contracts and commercial support staff. Experience working with multinational corporations. Experience drafting and negotiating cross-border, M&A, services, equipment purchase and sale, construction, project management and IP transactions.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18

VP, Corporate Counsel

Chicago IL VP, Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Structuring, negotiating and supervising the documentation of corporate finance transactions, many of which are highly structured, highly leveraged or both. Strategic partner for Private Placement businesses in support of building and managing the complex portfolio. Build a professional and working relationship with the leadership team and key stakeholders. Manage Law Department administrative matters such as outside counsel fees. Track and monitor regulatory trends that will have a meaningful impact on the business and strategize with management on how to react to such trends. Occasional travel for attendance at meetings required.

Qualifications: 4+ years of experience in the corporate finance area, preferably with a major law firm or major financial institution. Ability to work effectively with demanding PCG clients, as well as corporate borrowers, outside counsel and other institutional investors, is critical. Substantial experience in drafting and negotiating corporate finance documentation. Familiarity or prior experience with the federal securities law. Demonstrated strong leadership skills and the ability to work well in an environment where coordination and teamwork with legal and business associates is a priority. Prior experience representing (as inside or outside counsel) insurance companies, banks or other institutional investors in corporate finance transactions will be a definite advantage. Workout and cross-border finance experience, in addition to corporate finance experience, are desirable but not essential. Outstanding transaction management skills. Superior interpersonal, written and verbal communications skills. Ability to work with all levels of personnel, including senior management.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18

Corporate Counsel

North Billerica MA Corporate Counsel Duties: Work with technology, product and research teams to prepare and negotiate various types of agreements. Support the varied legal needs of our organization, advising on matters large and small. Become an expert on federal and state student data privacy laws and regulations. Have the opportunity to supervise and work with our stellar contracts team. Report to the Companys General Counsel.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school. Member of the Massachusetts Bar in good standing. 3-5 years of corporate legal experience handling various types of agreements, preferably with some experience in a law firm setting. Strong attention to detail. Excellent communication and project management skills. Able to build and maintain productive, positive relationships with team members in a fast-paced environment, and provide legal advice that balances business needs with appropriately managed risk.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-02-18

Corporate Counsel

West Des Moines IA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Supports and advises residential and commercial development operations drafting purchase and sale agreements, close land transactions, prepare platting documents necessary to plat parcels, draft easements, storm water discharge maintenance agreements and related documents in addition to drafting development agreements with municipalities for tax abatement, tax rebate, tax increment financing and related subsidies. Supports and advises residential and commercial construction operations drafting construction agreements, interpreting various ordinances, regulations and laws, and coordinating warranty and collection matters. Reviews and maintains standard AIA contracts or other construction contracts as needed for the operations and stay apprised of industry changes. Supports and advises commercial property management operations with drafting leases, estoppels, affidavits, and other commercial documents together with providing support managing tenant relationships receiverships and coordinating collections matter. Supports and advises apartment management operations with drafting leases, management agreements, and other residential documents together with providing support to regional managers and property managers and coordinating eviction and collections matters. Supports and advises community management operations with drafting covenants, assisting in coordinating annual meetings for owner associations, interpreting homeowner association declarations, covenants and related documents and as necessary, drafting amendments or revisions to declarations and covenants. Supports and advises the Accounting and Finance Department on land transactions, loan documents, and other agreements and supports and advises the Finance Department with equity and debt documents. Manages internally any litigious matters, and manages outside counsel for all material litigation claims, and manages litigation costs and time while achieving desired results. Maintains and updates governing documents for current entities affiliated with , dissolves entities that no longer own property, and prepares new governing documents as needed for entities affiliated with Company. Supports and advises all operations and support departments with contract reviews, drafting new contracts and standard contracts, and contract management and retention. Researches various legal issues and gathers other data, information, and materials for the Legal Department and the company and such other duties as may be assigned from time to time.

Qualifications: License to practice law in Iowa required and license to practice law in Nebraska and/or South Dakota is desirable. 5+ years experience practicing law in the real estate industry required. Advanced-level proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel required. Excellent spelling and proofreading skills with strong attention to detail. Excellent organizational, written and verbal communication skills. Positive attitude and teamwork mentality required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18

Corporate Counsel

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Handle complex agreements with large and small corporate customers for licensing and provision of software/hardware/services solutions. Responsible for management of all types of corporate agreements, including customer agreements, distributor/reseller agreements, supplier and vendor agreements, and marketing agreements. Primary responsibilities will include managing customer contract negotiations and revisions for both licensing premise based solutions and providing cloud/hosted environment solutions. Responsibility for developing/improving corporate contracts, policies, and procedures. Participation in mergers and acquisitions activities. Work on other special projects as directed. Ability to work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment and respond to urgent situations, as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree; licensed to practice law in Georgia (and in good standing) 3+ years of in-house corporate attorney experience with software/technology licensing company Proficient in Microsoft Word (Excel a plus). Strong interpersonal skills with the aptitude to interact with executive officers and sales team. Substantial experience in all aspects of contract negotiation, including primary responsibility for management of the negotiation process, coordination of input of internal resources regarding various issues, and drafting of contract language (for standard corporate agreements and when working from proposed customer agreement forms). Self-starter with good problem solving skills and ability to work independently without receiving sufficient training or completely clear direction. Must possess strong writing and analytical skills to independently review, draft, and prepare documents with good organizational and project management skills. Excellent customer service perspective with ability to confront conflict and difficult issues in a professional, assertive, and proactive manner.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18

Corporate Counsel

Farmington Hills MI Corporate Counsel RESPONSIBILITIES: Negotiating and drafting commercial contracts by and between automotive suppliers and original equipment manufacturers. Providing legal counsel to MAHLEs operational and service functions with the goal of accomplishing MAHLEs business objective while minimizing legal and commercial risks. Providing legal counsel on employment matters, including matters involving FMLA, FLSA, ADA and discrimination, as well as gathering information for and drafting responses to agency complaints. Developing best practices policies to insulate MAHLE from liability. Assisting with preparation of pre-litigation work to minimize risks and maximize legal rights. Researching legal issues impacting the organization by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions and codes. Performing other duties that may be assigned. Impress us with professional and personal skills.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school in the United States with strong academic and leadership background. Licensed or in-house certified to practice law in the state of Michigan. Progressive professional legal experience with 5-7 years of experience in legal matters involving the automotive industry and 1 year of law firm experience and demonstrated experience analyzing and providing counsel on automotive and commercial matters. Ability to work well both independently and as part of a team; excellent leadership and collaboration skills; excellent writing, oral communication, analytical, organizational and strategic thinking skills; ability to work effectively in a global environment; and ability to multi-task various matters related to several areas of the law.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-02-18

Corporate Counsel, Research

New York City NY Corporate Counsel, Research Responsibilities: Lead, from beginning to end, the structuring, drafting, reviewing, negotiating and closing of corporate and commercial transactions, including services, licensing, collaboration, partnership, clinical trial, data use and consulting agreements, amendments and related documents. Partner with executive leadership on key legal matters associated with Flatirons research activities, including transactional, intellectual property, contractual, compliance and regulatory areas. Collaborate with various teams to provide strategic and legal guidance. Represent the needs and concerns when interacting with regulators, clients, vendors, and other partners. Provide creative, practical and principled legal solutions for all areas of the business. Continually review and analyze legal risks and opportunities from the changing regulatory and competitive environments. Drive compliance and regulatory risk management initiatives, including assisting all operational areas in the identification and assessment of potential risks and executing mitigating activities. Develop and maintain updated template agreements that reflect new and evolving products and services. Build training and other processes to allow Flatirons teams to execute within a clear legal and compliance framework.

Qualifications: JD Degree and member and in good standing of any State Bar. 5-7+ years of legal experience representing healthcare or life sciences companies. Ability to work independently and exercise excellent judgment. Extraordinary interpersonal skills and ability to provide sound, clear and succinct legal advice and analysis to legal and business teams in verbal and written forms. Experience with technology transactions, licensing, data use or clinical trials agreements. Ability to multi-task, work under tight time pressures, prioritize work, and react quickly to changing needs and demands in a fast-paced, high-growth environment. Demonstrated track record of being a team-player and working collaboratively. Intellectually nimble thinker and highly adaptable. Experience with compliance and regulatory issue spotting, research, analysis, and risk mitigation in the highly regulated health care or pharmaceuticals environments. Bonus Points: Trained within the life sciences or health care transactional department of a top-tier law firm. Experience working in the legal department at a life sciences company, academic medical center, health system, federal health-related and/or research grant agency, or clinical research funder or sponsor. Experience working in the legal department at a life sciences company, academic medical center, health system, federal health-related and/or research grant agency, or clinical research funder or sponsor.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-02-18

Senior Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will develop, implement and support all aspects of an export control compliance program. Will develop policies, procedures and trainings, as well as recommend creative solutions to simplify existing processes. Will also frequently meet with the teams various engineering sub-teams to review their technology and determine appropriate classifications. Must have: JD Degree from an accredited law school and active membership in one state Bar. 10+ years working on international trade matters, with an emphasis on export control matters. Ability to understand technical details (both software and hardware). Ability to travel, both domestically and internationally, as needed. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience with cutting-edge technology, particularly involving multiple hardware and software engineering disciplines such as robotics, autonomous systems, artificial intelligence, aerospace or telecommunications. Experience developing, implementing or revamping an export control program. Experience managing other international trade attorneys and/or international trade compliance professionals. Ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Experience and knowledge with other international trade areas (e.g., imports / exports). Experience simplifying complex technical and export control issues for executives. Experience working with policy teams to evaluate and advocate for export control reform. Excited and passionate about innovating on behalf of our customers. Ability to demonstrate sound and practical business judgment even in ambiguous situations. Strong written and oral communication skills. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18

Corporate Counsel

Livermore CA Corporate Counsel Duties: Independently review, draft and negotiate contracts, amendments and terminations across a variety of departments and advise business leaders on related issues; Work with the other members of the Legal department to align on best practices and then develop and deliver training to our internal clients to teach those best practices; Collaborate with internal clients on compliance with company policies related to contracts, as well as on contract compliance, amendment and termination; Keep informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends that could affect the company and proactively identify company risks and cost-conscious mitigating actions; and Perform work at one of Groups wineries, offices or other facilities daily. Be a leader with respect to business and contract advice and best practices as determined by the Legal department; In connection with the companys Compliance department, research and provide legal advice on diverse and complex federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations that affect the manufacturing, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverage products both domestically and internationally; Research and advise on a variety of other legal and business matters as they arise, including, but not limited to: antitrust and competition, compensation and benefits, environmental, labor and employment, litigation and real estate; and Perform other duties as requested by the General Counsel.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree (or equivalent) from a top law school required; 6+ years of experience as a licensed attorney at a top-tier law firm required; Member in good standing of the California Bar; Experience drafting complex, strategic transactions and independently leading contract negotiations required; Experience advising clients on and managing numerous transactions on tight deadlines with minimal, if any, supervision required; Extensive expertise negotiating representations, warranties, covenants, indemnification and limitation of liability provisions required; Tremendous attention to detail required; Experience advising company leaders on labor and employment matters, especially with respect to unions, preferred; Knowledge of alcohol beverage laws and regulations preferred; Skilled in the use of MS Word, Excel, Acrobat DC, and PowerPoint at least at an intermediate level; Able to read, fully comprehend, and implement requirements of laws, regulations, and technical documents; Highly skilled in communicating effectively in writing and verbally, as well as in presenting in a compelling manner; Willing and able to effectively and efficiently manage numerous matters simultaneously, and occasionally work extended hours if needed; Support and model all company procedures and policies; and Consistently embrace and demonstrate Group Core Values.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VMNL142513
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Conducting all aspects of contract drafting and lead negotiations concerning software and data licenses, SaaS product subscriptions and related service level agreements, maintenance agreements, RFPs, professional services agreements and alliance partner/subcontractor agreements, while providing support to the relevant regional MA sales and services organizations in a broad range of commercial transactions. Supporting and carrying out MAs business policies and practices, including preferred contract terms and compromise positions; gaining familiarity with and observing compliance policies such as anti-bribery, economic and trade sanctions and competition law policies; navigating privacy and information security issues relating to MAs SaaS and cloud-based products; and observing MAs revenue recognition policies in the preparation and conclusion of contracts. Explain these policies and procedures clearly to others. Working closely with outside counsel and with many of the companys other in-house lawyers, sales operations and finance staff, as well as product, support and delivery teams in the lines of business. Navigating customer bureaucracies and working to effectively close deals in a timely manner on acceptable terms to MA. Answering questions and offering professional legal advice on a wide range of issues Managing and streamlining internal processes. We value employees who exercise intiative and display creativity in solving challenges and accomplishing business objectives.

Qualifications: Law degree from top tier law school. Member of the NY Bar in good standing. Spanish fluency and ability to draft and negotiate contracts in Spanish and English. 7+ years total legal experience, of which: (i) 3+ years of which are in a law firm, with a practice focused on IP licensing/tech transactions, corporate, securities, capital markets, financial services, M&A, or other transactional based work; and (ii) the remaining years of experience are either with a law firm or with an in-house legal team, preferably with a technology, professional services or financial services company. Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, and a strong team orientation; ability to communicate confidently with senior management on complex legal and contractual issues. Strong analytical and writing skills. Strong contract drafting and negotiation skills and a sound understanding of various types of software licensing and services transactions, subscription-based business models and familiarity with software revenue recognition principles. Experience negotiating contracts with Latin American clients and familiarity with region-specific legal and regulatory documentation requirements is an advantage. Experience in banking and financial services or a technology / software company is a strong plus, as are candidates who have a technical or financial background. Hard working, well organized, detail-oriented and process-driven candidates who have a demonstrated ability to manage a diverse workload under demanding deadline pressures. Preferred Qualifications: Spanish Speaking is a must.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PZIF142514
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Lead the drafting and negotiation of a broad range of commercial contracts and provide cross-functional legal and risk management support to the organization. Negotiate and draft a broad range of commercial contracts, including, but not limited to, terms and conditions of sale, supply, procurement, non-disclosure, distribution and consulting agreements. Advise the company on day-to-day issues related to commercial matters, contracts, strategic initiatives and business processes. Provide advice and guidance to Company functional units on a broad range of legal and risk management matters, including, but not limited to, sourcing, logistics, insurance, tax, health and safety, marketing, sales, IP and R&D. Provide advice and guidance in connection with legal compliance matters, including, but not limited to, anti-bribery, anti-corruption, data privacy, antitrust, trade compliance and other ethical business practices. Provide advice and guidance in connection with the companys domestic and international business development activities. Provide advice and guidance in connection with the companys corporate secretarial activities, including, but not limited to, subsidiary governance globally and assistance with board of directors and shareholders meetings, minutes and consents. Bring full effort to bear on tasks assigned by manager. Give manager best advice. Give earliest notice when work cannot be delivered as specified. Cooperate and collaborate with peers and interact cross-organizationally as specified by manager. Exemplify Company Core Values: Integrity, Client Focus, Team Orientation, and Personal Commitment. Comply with all Company policies, practices, and procedures and all regulations and laws. Recommend viable improvements proactively. Ensure effective utilization of business tools and processes.

Qualifications: Bachelors degree or equivalent. JD Degree or equivalent via education and/or work experience. U.S. qualified lawyer with admission to practice in at least one state Bar. 2 years work experience in the corporate/commercial practice group of a law firm. Demonstrated successful working relationships with clients, suppliers, and other internal and external contacts. Demonstrated successful and positive personal leadership, interpersonal, organizational, administrative, and communication skills. Demonstrated continuous improvement in areas of responsibility. Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, Outlook, and an HRMS. Availability to travel, domestically and internationally, 10%, sometimes with limited notice. Preferred Qualifications: 5 years experience in the corporate/commercial practice group of a large law firm. In-house experience, including managing contracts and commercial functions. Experience managing contracts and commercial support staff. Experience working with multinational corporations. Experience drafting and negotiating cross-border, M&A, services, equipment purchase and sale, construction, project management and IP transactions.
 
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VP, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YXCM142515
 
VP, Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Structuring, negotiating and supervising the documentation of corporate finance transactions, many of which are highly structured, highly leveraged or both. Strategic partner for Private Placement businesses in support of building and managing the complex portfolio. Build a professional and working relationship with the leadership team and key stakeholders. Manage Law Department administrative matters such as outside counsel fees. Track and monitor regulatory trends that will have a meaningful impact on the business and strategize with management on how to react to such trends. Occasional travel for attendance at meetings required.

Qualifications: 4+ years of experience in the corporate finance area, preferably with a major law firm or major financial institution. Ability to work effectively with demanding PCG clients, as well as corporate borrowers, outside counsel and other institutional investors, is critical. Substantial experience in drafting and negotiating corporate finance documentation. Familiarity or prior experience with the federal securities law. Demonstrated strong leadership skills and the ability to work well in an environment where coordination and teamwork with legal and business associates is a priority. Prior experience representing (as inside or outside counsel) insurance companies, banks or other institutional investors in corporate finance transactions will be a definite advantage. Workout and cross-border finance experience, in addition to corporate finance experience, are desirable but not essential. Outstanding transaction management skills. Superior interpersonal, written and verbal communications skills. Ability to work with all levels of personnel, including senior management.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SKQT142516
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Work with technology, product and research teams to prepare and negotiate various types of agreements. Support the varied legal needs of our organization, advising on matters large and small. Become an expert on federal and state student data privacy laws and regulations. Have the opportunity to supervise and work with our stellar contracts team. Report to the Companys General Counsel.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school. Member of the Massachusetts Bar in good standing. 3-5 years of corporate legal experience handling various types of agreements, preferably with some experience in a law firm setting. Strong attention to detail. Excellent communication and project management skills. Able to build and maintain productive, positive relationships with team members in a fast-paced environment, and provide legal advice that balances business needs with appropriately managed risk.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# PCLT142518
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Supports and advises residential and commercial development operations drafting purchase and sale agreements, close land transactions, prepare platting documents necessary to plat parcels, draft easements, storm water discharge maintenance agreements and related documents in addition to drafting development agreements with municipalities for tax abatement, tax rebate, tax increment financing and related subsidies. Supports and advises residential and commercial construction operations drafting construction agreements, interpreting various ordinances, regulations and laws, and coordinating warranty and collection matters. Reviews and maintains standard AIA contracts or other construction contracts as needed for the operations and stay apprised of industry changes. Supports and advises commercial property management operations with drafting leases, estoppels, affidavits, and other commercial documents together with providing support managing tenant relationships receiverships and coordinating collections matter. Supports and advises apartment management operations with drafting leases, management agreements, and other residential documents together with providing support to regional managers and property managers and coordinating eviction and collections matters. Supports and advises community management operations with drafting covenants, assisting in coordinating annual meetings for owner associations, interpreting homeowner association declarations, covenants and related documents and as necessary, drafting amendments or revisions to declarations and covenants. Supports and advises the Accounting and Finance Department on land transactions, loan documents, and other agreements and supports and advises the Finance Department with equity and debt documents. Manages internally any litigious matters, and manages outside counsel for all material litigation claims, and manages litigation costs and time while achieving desired results. Maintains and updates governing documents for current entities affiliated with , dissolves entities that no longer own property, and prepares new governing documents as needed for entities affiliated with Company. Supports and advises all operations and support departments with contract reviews, drafting new contracts and standard contracts, and contract management and retention. Researches various legal issues and gathers other data, information, and materials for the Legal Department and the company and such other duties as may be assigned from time to time.

Qualifications: License to practice law in Iowa required and license to practice law in Nebraska and/or South Dakota is desirable. 5+ years experience practicing law in the real estate industry required. Advanced-level proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel required. Excellent spelling and proofreading skills with strong attention to detail. Excellent organizational, written and verbal communication skills. Positive attitude and teamwork mentality required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# DKTZ142520
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Handle complex agreements with large and small corporate customers for licensing and provision of software/hardware/services solutions. Responsible for management of all types of corporate agreements, including customer agreements, distributor/reseller agreements, supplier and vendor agreements, and marketing agreements. Primary responsibilities will include managing customer contract negotiations and revisions for both licensing premise based solutions and providing cloud/hosted environment solutions. Responsibility for developing/improving corporate contracts, policies, and procedures. Participation in mergers and acquisitions activities. Work on other special projects as directed. Ability to work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment and respond to urgent situations, as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree; licensed to practice law in Georgia (and in good standing) 3+ years of in-house corporate attorney experience with software/technology licensing company Proficient in Microsoft Word (Excel a plus). Strong interpersonal skills with the aptitude to interact with executive officers and sales team. Substantial experience in all aspects of contract negotiation, including primary responsibility for management of the negotiation process, coordination of input of internal resources regarding various issues, and drafting of contract language (for standard corporate agreements and when working from proposed customer agreement forms). Self-starter with good problem solving skills and ability to work independently without receiving sufficient training or completely clear direction. Must possess strong writing and analytical skills to independently review, draft, and prepare documents with good organizational and project management skills. Excellent customer service perspective with ability to confront conflict and difficult issues in a professional, assertive, and proactive manner.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# XHLM142521
 
Corporate Counsel RESPONSIBILITIES: Negotiating and drafting commercial contracts by and between automotive suppliers and original equipment manufacturers. Providing legal counsel to MAHLEs operational and service functions with the goal of accomplishing MAHLEs business objective while minimizing legal and commercial risks. Providing legal counsel on employment matters, including matters involving FMLA, FLSA, ADA and discrimination, as well as gathering information for and drafting responses to agency complaints. Developing best practices policies to insulate MAHLE from liability. Assisting with preparation of pre-litigation work to minimize risks and maximize legal rights. Researching legal issues impacting the organization by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions and codes. Performing other duties that may be assigned. Impress us with professional and personal skills.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school in the United States with strong academic and leadership background. Licensed or in-house certified to practice law in the state of Michigan. Progressive professional legal experience with 5-7 years of experience in legal matters involving the automotive industry and 1 year of law firm experience and demonstrated experience analyzing and providing counsel on automotive and commercial matters. Ability to work well both independently and as part of a team; excellent leadership and collaboration skills; excellent writing, oral communication, analytical, organizational and strategic thinking skills; ability to work effectively in a global environment; and ability to multi-task various matters related to several areas of the law.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Research
Refer job# SBUH142525
 
Corporate Counsel, Research Responsibilities: Lead, from beginning to end, the structuring, drafting, reviewing, negotiating and closing of corporate and commercial transactions, including services, licensing, collaboration, partnership, clinical trial, data use and consulting agreements, amendments and related documents. Partner with executive leadership on key legal matters associated with Flatirons research activities, including transactional, intellectual property, contractual, compliance and regulatory areas. Collaborate with various teams to provide strategic and legal guidance. Represent the needs and concerns when interacting with regulators, clients, vendors, and other partners. Provide creative, practical and principled legal solutions for all areas of the business. Continually review and analyze legal risks and opportunities from the changing regulatory and competitive environments. Drive compliance and regulatory risk management initiatives, including assisting all operational areas in the identification and assessment of potential risks and executing mitigating activities. Develop and maintain updated template agreements that reflect new and evolving products and services. Build training and other processes to allow Flatirons teams to execute within a clear legal and compliance framework.

Qualifications: JD Degree and member and in good standing of any State Bar. 5-7+ years of legal experience representing healthcare or life sciences companies. Ability to work independently and exercise excellent judgment. Extraordinary interpersonal skills and ability to provide sound, clear and succinct legal advice and analysis to legal and business teams in verbal and written forms. Experience with technology transactions, licensing, data use or clinical trials agreements. Ability to multi-task, work under tight time pressures, prioritize work, and react quickly to changing needs and demands in a fast-paced, high-growth environment. Demonstrated track record of being a team-player and working collaboratively. Intellectually nimble thinker and highly adaptable. Experience with compliance and regulatory issue spotting, research, analysis, and risk mitigation in the highly regulated health care or pharmaceuticals environments. Bonus Points: Trained within the life sciences or health care transactional department of a top-tier law firm. Experience working in the legal department at a life sciences company, academic medical center, health system, federal health-related and/or research grant agency, or clinical research funder or sponsor. Experience working in the legal department at a life sciences company, academic medical center, health system, federal health-related and/or research grant agency, or clinical research funder or sponsor.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# DGBB142526
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will develop, implement and support all aspects of an export control compliance program. Will develop policies, procedures and trainings, as well as recommend creative solutions to simplify existing processes. Will also frequently meet with the teams various engineering sub-teams to review their technology and determine appropriate classifications. Must have: JD Degree from an accredited law school and active membership in one state Bar. 10+ years working on international trade matters, with an emphasis on export control matters. Ability to understand technical details (both software and hardware). Ability to travel, both domestically and internationally, as needed. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience with cutting-edge technology, particularly involving multiple hardware and software engineering disciplines such as robotics, autonomous systems, artificial intelligence, aerospace or telecommunications. Experience developing, implementing or revamping an export control program. Experience managing other international trade attorneys and/or international trade compliance professionals. Ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Experience and knowledge with other international trade areas (e.g., imports / exports). Experience simplifying complex technical and export control issues for executives. Experience working with policy teams to evaluate and advocate for export control reform. Excited and passionate about innovating on behalf of our customers. Ability to demonstrate sound and practical business judgment even in ambiguous situations. Strong written and oral communication skills.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# COGZ142528
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Independently review, draft and negotiate contracts, amendments and terminations across a variety of departments and advise business leaders on related issues; Work with the other members of the Legal department to align on best practices and then develop and deliver training to our internal clients to teach those best practices; Collaborate with internal clients on compliance with company policies related to contracts, as well as on contract compliance, amendment and termination; Keep informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends that could affect the company and proactively identify company risks and cost-conscious mitigating actions; and Perform work at one of Groups wineries, offices or other facilities daily. Be a leader with respect to business and contract advice and best practices as determined by the Legal department; In connection with the companys Compliance department, research and provide legal advice on diverse and complex federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations that affect the manufacturing, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverage products both domestically and internationally; Research and advise on a variety of other legal and business matters as they arise, including, but not limited to: antitrust and competition, compensation and benefits, environmental, labor and employment, litigation and real estate; and Perform other duties as requested by the General Counsel.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree (or equivalent) from a top law school required; 6+ years of experience as a licensed attorney at a top-tier law firm required; Member in good standing of the California Bar; Experience drafting complex, strategic transactions and independently leading contract negotiations required; Experience advising clients on and managing numerous transactions on tight deadlines with minimal, if any, supervision required; Extensive expertise negotiating representations, warranties, covenants, indemnification and limitation of liability provisions required; Tremendous attention to detail required; Experience advising company leaders on labor and employment matters, especially with respect to unions, preferred; Knowledge of alcohol beverage laws and regulations preferred; Skilled in the use of MS Word, Excel, Acrobat DC, and PowerPoint at least at an intermediate level; Able to read, fully comprehend, and implement requirements of laws, regulations, and technical documents; Highly skilled in communicating effectively in writing and verbally, as well as in presenting in a compelling manner; Willing and able to effectively and efficiently manage numerous matters simultaneously, and occasionally work extended hours if needed; Support and model all company procedures and policies; and Consistently embrace and demonstrate Group Core Values.
 
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