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Lead Contracts Attorney

Dallas TX Lead Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Draft, negotiate and review various complex commercial and corporate agreements, including software license agreements, SaaS, supplier agreements, non-disclosure and non-compete agreements, end-user customer agreements, applications terms of use, professional services agreements, and other agreements as applicable, and participate in renewing agreements. Perform corporate maintenance and record-keeping activities for domestic and international entities. Provide legal support on human resource issues, litigation, responding to subpoenas, intellectual property (including patent portfolio management and trademark management), real estate, immigration, corporate governance, corporate compliance, financial, and other matters. Work with and manage outside counsel on a variety of matters. Provide legal review of marketing product and service brochures, technical publications, press releases, and other marketing promotions and business and technical materials. Assist with regulatory compliance for domestic and international businesses. Assist in developing, maintaining, communicating, and applying knowledge of industry best practices in legal matters. Support discovery for litigation and assist in preparing reports and legal filings for same. Provide legal guidance on document interpretation and company policies. Analyze legal and business risks and recommend practical business appropriate solutions. Other duties as assigned from time to time. Partner with executives, product managers, engineers, and other internal clients to ensure products, services, and infrastructure comply with applicable laws, including data privacy and security regulations. Stay up to date and effectively communicate new legal developments and help ensure ongoing compliance. Provide guidance and leadership to other members of legal team, including commercial contracts team. Provide guidance to HR team on all employment-related matters.

Requirements: bachelor's degree and Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Texas Bar admission. 6+ years of legal experience as in-house counsel or equivalent law firm experience. Working knowledge of applicable federal and state corporate law and data privacy and security regulations. Expert drafting and negotiating commercial and corporate agreements. Knowledge of legal review, legal research, and legal compliance for domestic and international business. Strong drafting, negotiation, and presentation skills. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong organizational, time management and project management skills. Ability to define legal issues and legal risks to provide practical legal advice. Ability to understand and integrate details of the business/operational environment into legal and policy requirements. Ability to recommend course of action based on fact, law, and knowledge of industry best practices. Ability to engage a business-oriented approach to problem solving within the context of legal complexity and risk. Proficient with Microsoft Office suite, Salesforce CRM, and Conga CLM.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-30

Commercial Counsel, Contracts

Boston MA Commercial Counsel, Contracts Duties: Prepare and examine numerous contracts and other legal documents, with an emphasis in the areas of property access agreements; rooftop license agreements; marketing, sponsorship, and promotion agreements; and fiber and colocation agreements. Support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements, legal processes, and cross-departmental legal training. Provide legal advice to company employees and management on contractual risk assessment and mitigation. Partner with various departmental stakeholders to assess business needs and develop creative solutions. Oversee management of contract database. Develop, implement, and administer records management policy and document retention program. Provide general legal support, including reviewing and drafting company policies, performing legal trainings, conducting legal research, and providing special project support. Provide backup support in a variety of area, such as employment, advertising compliance, releases, trade practice, and insurance.

Requirements: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school and admission in good standing in a state Bar. 3+ years law firm experience required. 5+ years commercial law experience with an emphasis on contract drafting, review and interpretation preferred. Ability to work independently to assess and resolve legal issues, including in situations and on assignments in areas of the law or business that may be unfamiliar. Excellent organizational skills, strong attention to detail, and the ability to manage several simultaneous projects under deadline pressure. Comfortable in a fast-paced environment requiring flexibility and creativity in problem solving. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Previous in-house experience at a startup or telecommunications company a plus. Familiarity with Salesforce, DocuSign, Conga, ContractSafe or other contract lifecycle and management tools also a plus.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Commercial Contracts Counsel

Austin TX Commercial Contracts Counsel The candidate will independently negotiate outbound commercial agreements, including partnership and affiliate agreements. Will assist with legal review and processing of procurement and vendor contracts. Become an expert in Firm's unique product platform, security, operations and offerings to offer practical and strategic counseling related to sales contracts. Develop strong relationships and deliver quality communications to US sales team to operate as a business partner to close deals. Possess a deep understanding of privacy and other regulations impacting the business, including CCPA and GDPR, and the ability to translate that understanding into redlines and articulate in negotiations related to DPAs and commercial contracts discussions. Handle a variety of other legal demands and projects that arise in a rapidly growing startup.

The candidate should have 2-4 years of experience in commercial sales transactional work, with at least 1 year of in-house legal experience (growing SaaS/tech business highly preferred). Must have JD degree and active Bar license in California or Texas (or ability to apply for in-house counsel equivalent in such states). Familiarity and experience navigating privacy laws (including GDPR and CCPA) and security issues in a commercial negotiation context is required. Must have excellent business judgment; intellectual curiosity and the ability to balance legal and business requirements.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2020-09-28

Commercial Contracts Counsel

Los Angeles CA Commercial Contracts Counsel The candidate will independently negotiate outbound commercial agreements, including partnership and affiliate agreements. Will assist with legal review and processing of procurement and vendor contracts. Become an expert in Firm's unique product platform, security, operations and offerings to offer practical and strategic counseling related to sales contracts. Develop strong relationships and deliver quality communications to US sales team to operate as a business partner to close deals. Possess a deep understanding of privacy and other regulations impacting the business, including CCPA and GDPR, and the ability to translate that understanding into redlines and articulate in negotiations related to DPAs and commercial contracts discussions. Handle a variety of other legal demands and projects that arise in a rapidly growing startup.

The candidate should have 2-4 years of experience in commercial sales transactional work, with at least 1 year of in-house legal experience (growing SaaS/tech business highly preferred). Must have JD degree and active Bar license in California or Texas (or ability to apply for in-house counsel equivalent in such states). Familiarity and experience navigating privacy laws (including GDPR and CCPA) and security issues in a commercial negotiation context is required. Must have excellent business judgment; intellectual curiosity and the ability to balance legal and business requirements.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2020-09-28

Senior Counsel - Contracts

Dallas TX Senior Counsel - Contracts Duties: Research, draft, review and negotiate, and advise on a wide range of complex commercial contracts, including various services, equipment purchase, outsourcing, technology (e.g., cloud computing, SaaS, digital media, application and software development, licensing), transportation, supply chain and manufacturing agreements. Work closely with key business partners, legal team members, outside counsel and others as necessary to gather facts and information, assess legal risks, and provide strong advice to protect the Company's interests and help ensure successful commercial relationships and outcomes. Assess legal risks associated with business transactions, initiatives and operations, escalate internally as appropriate, and make pragmatic, insightful and timely recommendations to address those risks. Provide practical education and training to business partners to ensure awareness of applicable Company policies, including the Contract Review Policy, contracts and the contract lifecycle, business accountability, and role clarity in collaborations. Provide regular guidance and training to attorneys, paralegals and other members of the Legal Division regarding contracts law and related legal matters, as well as Contracts Review Policy and related polices and procedures. Stay current on developments in contracts law and areas of the law relevant to the Company including supply chain, manufacturing, direct sales, digital media, software, SaaS, technology and data privacy. Support other legal projects, duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and law degrees (LL.M / JD Degree) from an accredited institution and admission to at least one State Bar with the ability and willingness to be admitted to the State Bar of Texas upon request. 6+ years of legal experience in-house and/or with a law firm drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and advising on a variety of complex commercial agreements . Requires excellent interpersonal and communication skills, tact, diplomacy, and a high level of professionalism in order to interface with outside and opposing counsel, all levels of management, independent sales force, and government officials. Must possess sound decision-making skills as well as excellent organizational and analytical skills, and the ability to handle tense situations head-on. Must have strong negotiation skills with a proven track record of successfully negotiating large, complex deals and ensuring business interests are skillfully and strategically protected and represented. Proven dispute resolution skills are required to resolve issues, advise others, and settle claims. Requires detailed knowledge of commercial contracts terms. Ability to interact effectively with senior management and has a successful track record as both an advisor and business leader Excellent oral communication skills are required to effectively interact with both internal and external contacts, coordinate legal activities, advise on legal matters, and formulate policy recommendations. Strong written communication skills required to draft documents, make recommendations, and communicate with both internal and external customers Preferred: Some litigation and dispute resolution experience related to commercial contracts, as well as strong experience with technology agreements. Should be a self-starter, curious, resourceful and a strong leader with a sense of humor. , The ability to work successfully in a high-paced environment, multi-task and get work completed with a sense of urgency and timeliness is required.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-26

Contracts Attorney

Watertown MA Contracts Attorney The candidate will be reporting to the Vice President of Intellectual Property, and has a strong understanding of preparing and negotiating R&D related agreements. Preparation and negotiation of contracts, including but not limited to: CRO master service agreements, clinical trial agreements (US and ROW), development and manufacturing agreements, sponsored research agreements, consulting agreements, confidential disclosure agreements, and material transfer agreements, and license and collaboration agreements, independently, as well as in coordination with the VP - Legal & IP and external counsel (depending on the complexity of the agreement). Lead the implementation and training for a new contracts management system. Assist with business development, IP and public company work and other legal tasks, as needed. Liaise with the finance department on matters pertaining to contracts. Monitor and advise internal clients of contractual rights and obligations as relevant. Analyze contracts to ensure compliance with company policy and regulations. Advise internal clients on contract interpretation, dispute resolution, risk allocation and other legal matters in a pragmatic way that results in actionable business advice. Lead initiatives to improve contract processes and workflow. Oversee the development of template agreements, fallback provisions and negotiation guidelines. Educate internal clients regarding contract policies and processes. Represent the legal department and/or contracts function on cross-functional initiatives and collaborating with other members of the legal department on internal initiatives. JD from accredited law school and license to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. 5+ years professional experience, with 3 years experience in contracts negotiation and administration in the biotech or pharmaceutical industry required. Ability to provide practical, timely, and risk-appropriate legal counsel to a wide variety of internal clients on legal and regulatory matters and interact effectively with employees at all levels of the organization. Excellent organizational skills and ability to multi-task in an extremely fast-paced environment. Will have superior organizational and technical skills and maintain a flexible and curious approach to work. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-26

Contracts Counsel

Irvine CA Contracts Counsel Duties: Reviews and negotiates all forms of contracts and third-party agreements with customers, vendors and partners for various departments within the Company, including Supply Chain, Product Development, Information Technology, Customer Service, Marketing, Field Development, Events, Distribution and International. Draft terms and conditions for promotions, incentives and special offers, particularly relating to online and social media marketing campaigns, across multiple jurisdictions. Draft various intellectual property and licensing agreements, especially relating to supply chain and business operations. Advises various departments on legal issues and risk mitigation strategies relating to contracts being reviewed and negotiated. Assists the Associate General Counsel in managing outside counsel regarding operations in foreign countries and expansion to new foreign markets. Assists the Associate General Counsel with complex or sensitive issues facing the Company while effectively and efficiently utilizing resources such as paralegals, administrative personnel, outside counsel or experts, if required. Provides legal support to the Compliance Department for the review of contracts related to Arbonne's independent sales distributors. Ensures timely, high-quality analysis and advice on legal and business issues to internal clients across a wide variety of business functions and business units. Operates independently on most matters, with sound judgment. Understands when to escalate matters to the Associate General Counsel. Consistently reveals familiarity with and commitment to the business objectives of the Company.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited law school with strong academic credentials preferred Licensed in the State Bar of California or Licensed by another State Bar and registered as in-house counsel. 4 years' experience as a practicing attorney. Law firm experience and prior in-house experience are both highly preferred. Demonstrates strong contract negotiation and drafting skills and substantive expertise with key provisions of most contracts. Must be capable of providing sound, practical advice in response to complex and rapidly changing conditions, be able to make a positive contribution in a very collegial working environment, be able to work with cross-functional teams, take an active role in driving solutions and work under pressure to meet short deadlines. Should demonstrate excellent business sense and judgment, and possess well developed analytical problem-solving abilities, excellent written and oral communication skills, strong organizational skills and strong interpersonal and relationship development skills. Has the ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities and process high volumes of work in a timely and accurate manner. Able to manage various other legal projects and duties as required by the Associate General Counsel, and as driven by business needs. Able to communicate effectively cross-functionally across a broad spectrum of the business, including internationally. Commitment to model and live out our Core Values (Accountability, Community, Innovation and Courage) and a positive mindset are critical for success and should reflect in everything you do.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-25

Legal Corporate Counsel - Commercial Contracts

Salt Lake City UT Legal Corporate Counsel - Commercial Contracts The candidate will proactively assist with the assessment and management of legal affairs, with a strong focus on transaction matters, including M&A, and intellectual property. Will assist with all legal matters including governance, contracts, transactions, regulatory compliance and more. Other duties will include: Review and advise on variety of commercial and procurement contracts, and drive adherence to standards and system for contract management. Manage and deliver positive outcomes of a variety of complex issues, projects, and assignments within the legal department. Provide strong leadership and legal counsel to all parts of the company business. Respond, manage, implement and drive corrective action with urgency, efficiency, and sound judgment in the event of an environmental or safety related incident, and/or investigation. Build and maintain relationships with customers and business, community, and industry organizations to promote goodwill. Ensure compliance with applicable HSEC Performance Standards, together with legal and regulatory requirements. Encourage build and maintain collaborative alliances and relevant participation and direction in conjunction with relevant third-party institutions and industry organizations. Support with management of regulatory claims and proceedings, and internal and external investigations, with efficient use of internal resources and external counsel. Provide legal support for various projects as required. Respond professionally and timely to address legal and commercial problems and business requests. Utilize judgment and make clear, rational and timely decisions in the best interests of Dyno Nobel consistent with available facts and applicable laws and regulations. Obtain and analyze all facts necessary to make sound business judgment. Achieve deliverables and positive results consistently while maintaining high service, quality, responsiveness, efficiency and professional ethical standards. Build trust and respect between Company and all of its stakeholders. Deliver research, factual information, counsel, and guidance on legal questions or issues. Develop and deliver memoranda s, initial drafts, and final drafts of legal documents. Bachelor's degree and Juris Doctorate from accredited universities. Member and of good standing with the appropriate Bar Association. 5 years legal experience required. Ability to understand and respond to commercial and management needs in addition to and in conjunction with legal competencies. Proven experience in litigation, administrative hearings and compliance. Bilingual Preference: Spanish and/or French. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-25

Managing Counsel & AVP, Contracts

Evanston IL Managing Counsel & AVP, Contracts Responsibilities: Prepare and review contractual arrangements. Develop and ensure compliance with internal contract review and tracking processes. Advise internal business clients on third party due diligence and strategies to optimize contractual outcomes for the organization. Develop, maintain and monitor procedures to ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. Provide day-to-day legal counseling on operational and transactional matters. Collaborate with General Counsel in analyzing complex transactions and to identify legal issues with cross-divisional impact. Provide legal advice on plan, hospital, and provider contracting issues?across the organization. Drive the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes. Perform multiple time-sensitive projects in a fast-paced environment. Collaborate with General Counsel to engage and manage outside counsel. Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school required. 3+ years of experience in corporate health care transactions at a law firm advising health care clients or in-house setting, preferably within health care industry. Solid understanding of issues facing health care transactions, including compliance with federal and state regulations preferred. Demonstrated ability to collaborate with various internal and external stakeholders. Excellent time management and leadership skills. Strong communication skills and the capability to communicate effectively through all levels of the organization. Ability to remain flexible and self-motivated in a fast paced environment. Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint).
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-25

Corporate Counsel (contracts)

Tampa FL Corporate Counsel (Contracts) The candidate will be responsible for drafting, negotiating and counseling on a broad range of commercial contract transactions with a focus on provider arrangements. Draft and negotiate a significant volume of sales/revenue contracts for the Company and its affiliated entities; Structure, draft, and negotiate commercial agreements with customers and partners, including technology-related agreements, professional services agreements, nondisclosure agreements, and data sharing agreements; Respond to contract related inquiries and provide guidance as a subject matter expert; Negotiate with external customers on vendor and client contracts, business associate agreements and other commercial transactions; Support the needs of the Sales to review and negotiate agreements, manage the contracting process and drive deals to closure; Take on additional assignments and responsibilities as needed; Maintain compliance with's policies, procedures and mission statement; Adhere to all confidentiality and HIPAA requirements as outlined within's Operating Policies and Procedures in all ways and at all times with respect to any aspect of the data handled or services rendered in the undertaking of the position; and Fulfill those responsibilities and/or duties that may be reasonably provided by for the purpose of achieving operational and financial success of Employer. Should have 5+ years of experience working at a law firm, corporate legal department or similar environment. Must have tangible experience in commercial contracting, including drafting, reviewing, negotiating and advising business partners on complex agreements. Should have ability to draft, negotiate and close commercial agreements independently. High volume commercial transactions experience with a sales-driven, software or other technology company is preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-25
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Lead Contracts Attorney
Refer job# POUM152096
 
Lead Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Draft, negotiate and review various complex commercial and corporate agreements, including software license agreements, SaaS, supplier agreements, non-disclosure and non-compete agreements, end-user customer agreements, applications terms of use, professional services agreements, and other agreements as applicable, and participate in renewing agreements. Perform corporate maintenance and record-keeping activities for domestic and international entities. Provide legal support on human resource issues, litigation, responding to subpoenas, intellectual property (including patent portfolio management and trademark management), real estate, immigration, corporate governance, corporate compliance, financial, and other matters. Work with and manage outside counsel on a variety of matters. Provide legal review of marketing product and service brochures, technical publications, press releases, and other marketing promotions and business and technical materials. Assist with regulatory compliance for domestic and international businesses. Assist in developing, maintaining, communicating, and applying knowledge of industry best practices in legal matters. Support discovery for litigation and assist in preparing reports and legal filings for same. Provide legal guidance on document interpretation and company policies. Analyze legal and business risks and recommend practical business appropriate solutions. Other duties as assigned from time to time. Partner with executives, product managers, engineers, and other internal clients to ensure products, services, and infrastructure comply with applicable laws, including data privacy and security regulations. Stay up to date and effectively communicate new legal developments and help ensure ongoing compliance. Provide guidance and leadership to other members of legal team, including commercial contracts team. Provide guidance to HR team on all employment-related matters.

Requirements: bachelor's degree and Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Texas Bar admission. 6+ years of legal experience as in-house counsel or equivalent law firm experience. Working knowledge of applicable federal and state corporate law and data privacy and security regulations. Expert drafting and negotiating commercial and corporate agreements. Knowledge of legal review, legal research, and legal compliance for domestic and international business. Strong drafting, negotiation, and presentation skills. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong organizational, time management and project management skills. Ability to define legal issues and legal risks to provide practical legal advice. Ability to understand and integrate details of the business/operational environment into legal and policy requirements. Ability to recommend course of action based on fact, law, and knowledge of industry best practices. Ability to engage a business-oriented approach to problem solving within the context of legal complexity and risk. Proficient with Microsoft Office suite, Salesforce CRM, and Conga CLM.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Commercial Counsel, Contracts
Refer job# ADOM152050
 
Commercial Counsel, Contracts Duties: Prepare and examine numerous contracts and other legal documents, with an emphasis in the areas of property access agreements; rooftop license agreements; marketing, sponsorship, and promotion agreements; and fiber and colocation agreements. Support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements, legal processes, and cross-departmental legal training. Provide legal advice to company employees and management on contractual risk assessment and mitigation. Partner with various departmental stakeholders to assess business needs and develop creative solutions. Oversee management of contract database. Develop, implement, and administer records management policy and document retention program. Provide general legal support, including reviewing and drafting company policies, performing legal trainings, conducting legal research, and providing special project support. Provide backup support in a variety of area, such as employment, advertising compliance, releases, trade practice, and insurance.

Requirements: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school and admission in good standing in a state Bar. 3+ years law firm experience required. 5+ years commercial law experience with an emphasis on contract drafting, review and interpretation preferred. Ability to work independently to assess and resolve legal issues, including in situations and on assignments in areas of the law or business that may be unfamiliar. Excellent organizational skills, strong attention to detail, and the ability to manage several simultaneous projects under deadline pressure. Comfortable in a fast-paced environment requiring flexibility and creativity in problem solving. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Previous in-house experience at a startup or telecommunications company a plus. Familiarity with Salesforce, DocuSign, Conga, ContractSafe or other contract lifecycle and management tools also a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Commercial Contracts Counsel
Refer job# BHKN152072
 
Commercial Contracts Counsel The candidate will independently negotiate outbound commercial agreements, including partnership and affiliate agreements. Will assist with legal review and processing of procurement and vendor contracts. Become an expert in Firm's unique product platform, security, operations and offerings to offer practical and strategic counseling related to sales contracts. Develop strong relationships and deliver quality communications to US sales team to operate as a business partner to close deals. Possess a deep understanding of privacy and other regulations impacting the business, including CCPA and GDPR, and the ability to translate that understanding into redlines and articulate in negotiations related to DPAs and commercial contracts discussions. Handle a variety of other legal demands and projects that arise in a rapidly growing startup.

The candidate should have 2-4 years of experience in commercial sales transactional work, with at least 1 year of in-house legal experience (growing SaaS/tech business highly preferred). Must have JD degree and active Bar license in California or Texas (or ability to apply for in-house counsel equivalent in such states). Familiarity and experience navigating privacy laws (including GDPR and CCPA) and security issues in a commercial negotiation context is required. Must have excellent business judgment; intellectual curiosity and the ability to balance legal and business requirements.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Commercial Contracts Counsel
Refer job# DJZV152073
 
Commercial Contracts Counsel The candidate will independently negotiate outbound commercial agreements, including partnership and affiliate agreements. Will assist with legal review and processing of procurement and vendor contracts. Become an expert in Firm's unique product platform, security, operations and offerings to offer practical and strategic counseling related to sales contracts. Develop strong relationships and deliver quality communications to US sales team to operate as a business partner to close deals. Possess a deep understanding of privacy and other regulations impacting the business, including CCPA and GDPR, and the ability to translate that understanding into redlines and articulate in negotiations related to DPAs and commercial contracts discussions. Handle a variety of other legal demands and projects that arise in a rapidly growing startup.

The candidate should have 2-4 years of experience in commercial sales transactional work, with at least 1 year of in-house legal experience (growing SaaS/tech business highly preferred). Must have JD degree and active Bar license in California or Texas (or ability to apply for in-house counsel equivalent in such states). Familiarity and experience navigating privacy laws (including GDPR and CCPA) and security issues in a commercial negotiation context is required. Must have excellent business judgment; intellectual curiosity and the ability to balance legal and business requirements.
 
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Senior Counsel - Contracts
Refer job# JQCV151975
 
Senior Counsel - Contracts Duties: Research, draft, review and negotiate, and advise on a wide range of complex commercial contracts, including various services, equipment purchase, outsourcing, technology (e.g., cloud computing, SaaS, digital media, application and software development, licensing), transportation, supply chain and manufacturing agreements. Work closely with key business partners, legal team members, outside counsel and others as necessary to gather facts and information, assess legal risks, and provide strong advice to protect the Company's interests and help ensure successful commercial relationships and outcomes. Assess legal risks associated with business transactions, initiatives and operations, escalate internally as appropriate, and make pragmatic, insightful and timely recommendations to address those risks. Provide practical education and training to business partners to ensure awareness of applicable Company policies, including the Contract Review Policy, contracts and the contract lifecycle, business accountability, and role clarity in collaborations. Provide regular guidance and training to attorneys, paralegals and other members of the Legal Division regarding contracts law and related legal matters, as well as Contracts Review Policy and related polices and procedures. Stay current on developments in contracts law and areas of the law relevant to the Company including supply chain, manufacturing, direct sales, digital media, software, SaaS, technology and data privacy. Support other legal projects, duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and law degrees (LL.M / JD Degree) from an accredited institution and admission to at least one State Bar with the ability and willingness to be admitted to the State Bar of Texas upon request. 6+ years of legal experience in-house and/or with a law firm drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and advising on a variety of complex commercial agreements . Requires excellent interpersonal and communication skills, tact, diplomacy, and a high level of professionalism in order to interface with outside and opposing counsel, all levels of management, independent sales force, and government officials. Must possess sound decision-making skills as well as excellent organizational and analytical skills, and the ability to handle tense situations head-on. Must have strong negotiation skills with a proven track record of successfully negotiating large, complex deals and ensuring business interests are skillfully and strategically protected and represented. Proven dispute resolution skills are required to resolve issues, advise others, and settle claims. Requires detailed knowledge of commercial contracts terms. Ability to interact effectively with senior management and has a successful track record as both an advisor and business leader Excellent oral communication skills are required to effectively interact with both internal and external contacts, coordinate legal activities, advise on legal matters, and formulate policy recommendations. Strong written communication skills required to draft documents, make recommendations, and communicate with both internal and external customers Preferred: Some litigation and dispute resolution experience related to commercial contracts, as well as strong experience with technology agreements. Should be a self-starter, curious, resourceful and a strong leader with a sense of humor. , The ability to work successfully in a high-paced environment, multi-task and get work completed with a sense of urgency and timeliness is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Attorney
Refer job# XHRI152003
 
Contracts Attorney The candidate will be reporting to the Vice President of Intellectual Property, and has a strong understanding of preparing and negotiating R&D related agreements. Preparation and negotiation of contracts, including but not limited to: CRO master service agreements, clinical trial agreements (US and ROW), development and manufacturing agreements, sponsored research agreements, consulting agreements, confidential disclosure agreements, and material transfer agreements, and license and collaboration agreements, independently, as well as in coordination with the VP - Legal & IP and external counsel (depending on the complexity of the agreement). Lead the implementation and training for a new contracts management system. Assist with business development, IP and public company work and other legal tasks, as needed. Liaise with the finance department on matters pertaining to contracts. Monitor and advise internal clients of contractual rights and obligations as relevant. Analyze contracts to ensure compliance with company policy and regulations. Advise internal clients on contract interpretation, dispute resolution, risk allocation and other legal matters in a pragmatic way that results in actionable business advice. Lead initiatives to improve contract processes and workflow. Oversee the development of template agreements, fallback provisions and negotiation guidelines. Educate internal clients regarding contract policies and processes. Represent the legal department and/or contracts function on cross-functional initiatives and collaborating with other members of the legal department on internal initiatives. JD from accredited law school and license to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. 5+ years professional experience, with 3 years experience in contracts negotiation and administration in the biotech or pharmaceutical industry required. Ability to provide practical, timely, and risk-appropriate legal counsel to a wide variety of internal clients on legal and regulatory matters and interact effectively with employees at all levels of the organization. Excellent organizational skills and ability to multi-task in an extremely fast-paced environment. Will have superior organizational and technical skills and maintain a flexible and curious approach to work.
 
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Contracts Counsel
Refer job# GIYK151905
 
Contracts Counsel Duties: Reviews and negotiates all forms of contracts and third-party agreements with customers, vendors and partners for various departments within the Company, including Supply Chain, Product Development, Information Technology, Customer Service, Marketing, Field Development, Events, Distribution and International. Draft terms and conditions for promotions, incentives and special offers, particularly relating to online and social media marketing campaigns, across multiple jurisdictions. Draft various intellectual property and licensing agreements, especially relating to supply chain and business operations. Advises various departments on legal issues and risk mitigation strategies relating to contracts being reviewed and negotiated. Assists the Associate General Counsel in managing outside counsel regarding operations in foreign countries and expansion to new foreign markets. Assists the Associate General Counsel with complex or sensitive issues facing the Company while effectively and efficiently utilizing resources such as paralegals, administrative personnel, outside counsel or experts, if required. Provides legal support to the Compliance Department for the review of contracts related to Arbonne's independent sales distributors. Ensures timely, high-quality analysis and advice on legal and business issues to internal clients across a wide variety of business functions and business units. Operates independently on most matters, with sound judgment. Understands when to escalate matters to the Associate General Counsel. Consistently reveals familiarity with and commitment to the business objectives of the Company.

Qualifications: Graduate of an accredited law school with strong academic credentials preferred Licensed in the State Bar of California or Licensed by another State Bar and registered as in-house counsel. 4 years' experience as a practicing attorney. Law firm experience and prior in-house experience are both highly preferred. Demonstrates strong contract negotiation and drafting skills and substantive expertise with key provisions of most contracts. Must be capable of providing sound, practical advice in response to complex and rapidly changing conditions, be able to make a positive contribution in a very collegial working environment, be able to work with cross-functional teams, take an active role in driving solutions and work under pressure to meet short deadlines. Should demonstrate excellent business sense and judgment, and possess well developed analytical problem-solving abilities, excellent written and oral communication skills, strong organizational skills and strong interpersonal and relationship development skills. Has the ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities and process high volumes of work in a timely and accurate manner. Able to manage various other legal projects and duties as required by the Associate General Counsel, and as driven by business needs. Able to communicate effectively cross-functionally across a broad spectrum of the business, including internationally. Commitment to model and live out our Core Values (Accountability, Community, Innovation and Courage) and a positive mindset are critical for success and should reflect in everything you do.
 
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Legal Corporate Counsel - Commercial Contracts
Refer job# DQJB151910
 
Legal Corporate Counsel - Commercial Contracts The candidate will proactively assist with the assessment and management of legal affairs, with a strong focus on transaction matters, including M&A, and intellectual property. Will assist with all legal matters including governance, contracts, transactions, regulatory compliance and more. Other duties will include: Review and advise on variety of commercial and procurement contracts, and drive adherence to standards and system for contract management. Manage and deliver positive outcomes of a variety of complex issues, projects, and assignments within the legal department. Provide strong leadership and legal counsel to all parts of the company business. Respond, manage, implement and drive corrective action with urgency, efficiency, and sound judgment in the event of an environmental or safety related incident, and/or investigation. Build and maintain relationships with customers and business, community, and industry organizations to promote goodwill. Ensure compliance with applicable HSEC Performance Standards, together with legal and regulatory requirements. Encourage build and maintain collaborative alliances and relevant participation and direction in conjunction with relevant third-party institutions and industry organizations. Support with management of regulatory claims and proceedings, and internal and external investigations, with efficient use of internal resources and external counsel. Provide legal support for various projects as required. Respond professionally and timely to address legal and commercial problems and business requests. Utilize judgment and make clear, rational and timely decisions in the best interests of Dyno Nobel consistent with available facts and applicable laws and regulations. Obtain and analyze all facts necessary to make sound business judgment. Achieve deliverables and positive results consistently while maintaining high service, quality, responsiveness, efficiency and professional ethical standards. Build trust and respect between Company and all of its stakeholders. Deliver research, factual information, counsel, and guidance on legal questions or issues. Develop and deliver memoranda s, initial drafts, and final drafts of legal documents. Bachelor's degree and Juris Doctorate from accredited universities. Member and of good standing with the appropriate Bar Association. 5 years legal experience required. Ability to understand and respond to commercial and management needs in addition to and in conjunction with legal competencies. Proven experience in litigation, administrative hearings and compliance. Bilingual Preference: Spanish and/or French.
 
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Managing Counsel & AVP, Contracts
Refer job# FGRD151942
 
Managing Counsel & AVP, Contracts Responsibilities: Prepare and review contractual arrangements. Develop and ensure compliance with internal contract review and tracking processes. Advise internal business clients on third party due diligence and strategies to optimize contractual outcomes for the organization. Develop, maintain and monitor procedures to ensure compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. Provide day-to-day legal counseling on operational and transactional matters. Collaborate with General Counsel in analyzing complex transactions and to identify legal issues with cross-divisional impact. Provide legal advice on plan, hospital, and provider contracting issues?across the organization. Drive the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes. Perform multiple time-sensitive projects in a fast-paced environment. Collaborate with General Counsel to engage and manage outside counsel. Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school required. 3+ years of experience in corporate health care transactions at a law firm advising health care clients or in-house setting, preferably within health care industry. Solid understanding of issues facing health care transactions, including compliance with federal and state regulations preferred. Demonstrated ability to collaborate with various internal and external stakeholders. Excellent time management and leadership skills. Strong communication skills and the capability to communicate effectively through all levels of the organization. Ability to remain flexible and self-motivated in a fast paced environment. Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint).
 
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Corporate Counsel (contracts)
Refer job# DYPJ151949
 
Corporate Counsel (Contracts) The candidate will be responsible for drafting, negotiating and counseling on a broad range of commercial contract transactions with a focus on provider arrangements. Draft and negotiate a significant volume of sales/revenue contracts for the Company and its affiliated entities; Structure, draft, and negotiate commercial agreements with customers and partners, including technology-related agreements, professional services agreements, nondisclosure agreements, and data sharing agreements; Respond to contract related inquiries and provide guidance as a subject matter expert; Negotiate with external customers on vendor and client contracts, business associate agreements and other commercial transactions; Support the needs of the Sales to review and negotiate agreements, manage the contracting process and drive deals to closure; Take on additional assignments and responsibilities as needed; Maintain compliance with's policies, procedures and mission statement; Adhere to all confidentiality and HIPAA requirements as outlined within's Operating Policies and Procedures in all ways and at all times with respect to any aspect of the data handled or services rendered in the undertaking of the position; and Fulfill those responsibilities and/or duties that may be reasonably provided by for the purpose of achieving operational and financial success of Employer. Should have 5+ years of experience working at a law firm, corporate legal department or similar environment. Must have tangible experience in commercial contracting, including drafting, reviewing, negotiating and advising business partners on complex agreements. Should have ability to draft, negotiate and close commercial agreements independently. High volume commercial transactions experience with a sales-driven, software or other technology company is preferred.
 
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