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Contracts Counsel

Boston MA Contracts Counsel The candidates primary responsibilities are (i) to review and negotiate vendor contracts in support of all business areas; (ii) to support vendor managers compliance with the Banks Vendor Policy, (iii) to support the Director of the Office of Minority & Women Inclusion (OMWI) with supplier diversity matters, and (iv) to provide general legal support on a variety of legal matters. The incumbent will demonstrate effective relationship and experience in negotiating contracts that are relevant to our business needs. Reviewing, commenting on and negotiating contracts for goods and services, with the oversight and support of other attorneys, as needed. Drafting and updating the Vendor Policy and supporting procedures (vendor contracting and vendor management). Manage the Banks contracting process, including assisting vendor managers within the business units with vendor selection and pre-contract due diligence obligations, as required by the Vendor Policy and vendor contracting procedures. Oversee the Banks vendor management database and support vendor managers in their ongoing vendor monitoring and review obligations, as required by the Vendor Policy and vendor management procedures. Facilitate the Banks diversity and inclusion efforts in the supplier diversity area, specifically with respect to compliance with regulatory diverse vendor outreach requirements and supporting the OMWI director with regulatory reporting obligations; participate in FHLBank System counsel OMWI subgroup. Other duties as assigned. Should have 3 years relevant experience in a law firm or corporate law department. Should have JD from an accredited law school. Licensed to practice law in any state of the United States. Expected to become licensed in Massachusetts within an agreed-upon timeframe. Knowledge of FHLBank System and its regulatory environment a plus. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-21

Commercial Contracts Attorney

Cincinnati OH Commercial Contracts Attorney The candidate plays a key role in the development and management of contracts with clients, pharmaceutical companies, and strategic vendors for clinical research trials. Prepare, negotiate, and finalize customer-related contracts including CDAs, task orders, master services agreements, and/or other related contracts; Facilitate clear communication, evaluations and reporting of ongoing contract negotiations; Independently review and draft contracts, and assist senior attorneys in negotiation of strategic contracts; Evaluation of legal, financial and business risks associated with contracts in compliance with company policies, in order to protect company interests; and Design and participate in initiatives relating to contract management and compliance. Should have Juris Doctorate with 2-4 years of contracting experience; Knowledge of relevant Clinical Trial and Contracts Legislation; Excellent communication, negotiation and leadership skills; and Professional demeanor and strong work ethic. Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-11-20

Legal Contracts Attorney

Ontario CA Legal Contracts Attorney The candidate will be responsible for preparing, examining, analyzing, negotiating (in person, over conference calls and via email) and revising legal documents (including master agreements, addendums, amendments, letters and other related documents) for the purchase and sale of goods/services, both as vendor and customer. Legal document development, administration and tracking of key legal provisions. Negotiate terms, conditions, standards and language with minimal supervision. Perform contract review and interpretation to support business teams and legal teams litigation/claims efforts. Maintain accurate records and files in matrices and database to ensure reporting accuracy. Train plants and corporate personnel on legal document review process and terms. Misc. legal projects requested on an as-needed basis. Should have 4 years of experience in Field or similar manufacturing environment. Should preferably have 6 years of experience in Field or similar manufacturing environment. Excellent computer skills in Excel, contracts databases and MS Word. Knowledge of Oracle a plus. Must have JD degree in legal field. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-08

Contracts Counsel

Chevy Chase MD Contracts Counsel Duties: Review and negotiate contracts relating to the conduct of research in HHMI laboratories. These contracts include agreements covering the transfer of reagents and other materials into and from laboratories (inbound and outbound Materials Transfer Agreements or MTIs and MTOs). Responsible for ensuring that inter-institutional agreements (IIAs) and licenses (Licenses) entered into by third-party research institutions which relate to technology developed in laboratories are consistent with policies and interests. Will work closely with other OGC staff, scientific management, laboratory heads and staff, and research institution staff to efficiently and effectively resolve issues relating to MTIs, MTOs, IIAs, and Licenses. Will report to the Deputy General Counsel and work under the general supervision of the Deputy General Counsel and two Senior Contracts Counsels.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Active membership of an established Bar. 3+ years of experience as an attorney in private practice or in a corporate, nonprofit, or government legal department. 2+ years of experience drafting and negotiating contracts, preferably technology license agreements; experience drafting and negotiating contracts relating to life sciences research is a plus. Excellent analytical, problem-solving, judgment, and decision-making skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively as well as independently. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Strong time management and organizational skills. Able to communicate effectively with a variety of contacts, including senior management, scientists, other employees, and outside counsel. Skillful in managing competing priorities and deadlines in a high-volume environment and adapting approaches to shifting demands. Desire to learn about, facilitate, and take pride in the work of scientists and grantees. Willingness and ability to learn new subject matter, to become proficient on IT systems and applications used by OGC, and to employ specific processes and procedures. Positive attitude. Adherence to high ethical standards.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-04

General Counsel, Customer Contracts

Manasquan NJ General Counsel, Customer Contracts Responsibilities: Managing all legal issues related to customer contracts including, but not limited to, administrative services agreements and network access agreements; Overseeing the company contracting process including the contract management system and related workflows; Responsibility for company licensure and related activities; Support the corporate governance process; Participate in formulating legal and business strategy and advising company leadership; Negotiate and prepare vendor contract; Engage in transactional activities; Analyze and advise on all applicable laws as well as new legislative and regulatory developments; Research and respond to regulatory and internal inquiries; Support operations, sales, and executive legal needs and requirements; Assist in corporate compliance initiatives; Assist in the development of legal and compliance policies, procedures, and training programs. Manage Corporate Paralegal.

Qualifications: JD degree and New York and/or New Jersey Bar admission (or qualify for NY or NJ in-house counsel licensure). 2-4 years experience practicing law with a background in health care law, health insurance, or managed care. Some in house experience is preferred. Knowledge of provider network contracting, PPACA, ERISA, HIPAA and employment benefits law is also preferred. Must be personable and self-motivated and have excellent analytical, communication, project management, and organizational skills. Must be capable of timely and professionally meeting the demands of a fast growing and successful company.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-11-04

Executive Director, Legal, Senior Services - Contracts Corporate Counsel

Sioux Falls SD Executive Director, Legal, Senior Services - Contracts Corporate Counsel Duties: Implement new or updated programs or portions of large scale legal initiatives. Apply advanced technical and legal knowledge to solve complex problems which may impact senior service lines. Provide legal advice, with primary accountability for all legal affairs of one or more senior services facilities and regions. Identify and analyze legal issues, drafting key documents, presenting clear recommendations and assuring legal compliance associated with the senior services focus. Perform a variety of diverse legal duties in areas of health care law, such as fraud and abuse, bioethics, health care business transactions, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), compliance programs, pharmaceuticals, managed care, medical staff issues, contract review and negotiation, and licensure issues. Serve as legal counsel to the enterprise senior services lines and its subsidiaries, providing legal advice to the board of trustees, directors, corporate and management staff. Provides solutions for tough legal issues in alliance with external professionals; represents the organization in legal proceedings. Leads discussions on industry experiences with all major legal issues and relates to own organization. Leads discussions and answers complex questions regarding historical and future legal dilemmas. Generalizes industry experiences with all major legal issues and relates them to own organization. Confer with colleagues with specialties in appropriate areas of legal issue to establish and verify bases for legal proceedings. Champions behaviors that inspire cohesiveness and move the organization to reach a vision. Advises on alternative actions used to solve issues and meet legal requirements. Advise clients concerning business transactions, claim liability, advisability of prosecuting or defending lawsuits, or legal rights and obligations.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree required. 5 years of experience in general practice with an emphasis on health law related issues, business transactions or professional liability claims. Experience in non-profit corporation, post-acute/long term care, senior living, employment, and general corporate matters preferred. Requires current licensure to practice law in state(s) of practice and/or possess multi-state licensure privileges as required. Requires continued maintenance of qualifications through continuing legal education.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-04

Contracts Attorney, Public Sectorq

Morrisville NC Contracts Attorney - Public Sector The candidate's responsibilities may include: Contract creation, with a focus on public sector contracts, negotiation, and review, providing advice and counsel on legal, compliance and business transactions, including risk analysis and reward, and presenting options and opportunities. Negotiating a high volume of complex technology, sales and partnering agreements, vendor and supplier agreements, and a variety of other commercial contracts including confidentiality agreements, license agreements, data processing agreements, professional services agreements, assignments and amendments. Develop and implement legal efficiencies to support business teams and improve contract processes and operations. Improve and create contract templates and playbooks. Work closely with clients and the legal team on strategic initiatives in support of all business units. Provide proactive advice regarding business and legal issues and risks.

The candidate should have JD or LLM Degree and admission to practice. Should have 5+ years of drafting and negotiation experience in a fast-paced environment, preferably focused on technology transactions. Experience with Public Bids, RFPs, RFQs, federal, state, and local government entities is essential. Transactional experience, including Government Procurement State and Local government procurement and education (SLED) experience strongly desired. Experience in using a CLM system for routine contract work experience in CLM implementation and configuration a plus. Should have Experience in creating / maintaining contract templates, playbooks, clause libraries. Detail-oriented, with outstanding organizational skills and ability to manage multiple transactions and projects simultaneously under deadline pressure is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-03

Corporate Counsel - Commercial/contracts

Fort Washington PA Corporate Counsel - Commercial/Contracts The candidate will be partner with internal stakeholders to negotiate vendor, client, and other commercial contracts across business lines; Responsible for leases, real estate agreements, and corporate contracts relating to facilities, technology, and other corporate infrastructure matters; Partner with Vendor Management attorneys and staff on vendor contract matters; Willingness to support work on contracts for transactional matters across business lines, as needed; Maintain centralized database of executed contracts and library of agreement templates across business lines; Maintain centralized tracker of contracts across business lines, including summaries of key terms and dates; Monitor and notify internal stakeholders of key dates in contracts (maturities, expirations, renewals, deadlines, etc.); Maintain positive and collaborative relationships with other legal, compliance, and vendor management colleagues, internal clients, and external counterparties.

The candidate should have JD degree from an accredited law school. Admitted to the Bar in any State. Should have 5+ years experience as attorney in law firm and/or corporate setting. Experience representing mortgage lenders, banks and/or consumer finance companies preferred. Willingness and ability to handle multiple assignments in a high volume environment. Ability to communicate complex legal issues clearly and concisely. Possesses excellent oral, written, and organizational skills.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-02

Contracts Counsel

Irvine CA Contracts Counsel The candidate will : 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 Arbonnes 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. 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.

The candidate should be Graduate of an accredited law school with strong academic credentials. Licensed in the State Bar of California or Licensed by another State Bar and registered as in-house counsel. Should have 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.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-02

Commercial Contracts Attorney

Chicago IL Commercial Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Reviewing, drafting and negotiating broad range of commercial contracts. Providing legal advice and support on a variety of commercial transactions, including strategic sourcing and RFPs. Assisting with management of the contract lifecycle, including drafts, modifications, amendments and renewals. Assisting as needed with contract templates, clause library and related procedures. Working with contract management and procurement systems. Collaborating with internal stakeholders and other lawyers, including outside counsel, who provide operational support. Should have 3 years relevant experience drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a wide variety of contracts, including vendor IT and consulting contracts. Must have J.D. from an ABA accredited law school and admitted to Illinois Bar (or able to waive is needed). In-depth knowledge of contract law and commercial issues is required. should have excellent verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail and solid analytical skills. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-02
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Contracts Administration Counsel
In-House,Cypress Energy
Location : Tulsa, OK, United States

Contracts Administration Counsel The candidate will review, negotiate, draft, and manage compliance with commercial contracts. Will ensure consistency of contract terms with company?s policies and goals. Maintain business focus that balances the nee... + read more

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Senior Counsel
In-House,Sally Beauty Holdings Inc
Location : Denton, TX, United States

Senior Counsel The candidate will report to the General Counsel or Associate General Counsel. Will advise on activities of the corporation to ensure maximum protection of its legal rights and to maintain its operations within the limits prescribed b... + read more

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Contracts Counsel
Refer job# EFIL147002
 
Contracts Counsel The candidates primary responsibilities are (i) to review and negotiate vendor contracts in support of all business areas; (ii) to support vendor managers compliance with the Banks Vendor Policy, (iii) to support the Director of the Office of Minority & Women Inclusion (OMWI) with supplier diversity matters, and (iv) to provide general legal support on a variety of legal matters. The incumbent will demonstrate effective relationship and experience in negotiating contracts that are relevant to our business needs. Reviewing, commenting on and negotiating contracts for goods and services, with the oversight and support of other attorneys, as needed. Drafting and updating the Vendor Policy and supporting procedures (vendor contracting and vendor management). Manage the Banks contracting process, including assisting vendor managers within the business units with vendor selection and pre-contract due diligence obligations, as required by the Vendor Policy and vendor contracting procedures. Oversee the Banks vendor management database and support vendor managers in their ongoing vendor monitoring and review obligations, as required by the Vendor Policy and vendor management procedures. Facilitate the Banks diversity and inclusion efforts in the supplier diversity area, specifically with respect to compliance with regulatory diverse vendor outreach requirements and supporting the OMWI director with regulatory reporting obligations; participate in FHLBank System counsel OMWI subgroup. Other duties as assigned. Should have 3 years relevant experience in a law firm or corporate law department. Should have JD from an accredited law school. Licensed to practice law in any state of the United States. Expected to become licensed in Massachusetts within an agreed-upon timeframe. Knowledge of FHLBank System and its regulatory environment a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney
Refer job# CWXE146987
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney The candidate plays a key role in the development and management of contracts with clients, pharmaceutical companies, and strategic vendors for clinical research trials. Prepare, negotiate, and finalize customer-related contracts including CDAs, task orders, master services agreements, and/or other related contracts; Facilitate clear communication, evaluations and reporting of ongoing contract negotiations; Independently review and draft contracts, and assist senior attorneys in negotiation of strategic contracts; Evaluation of legal, financial and business risks associated with contracts in compliance with company policies, in order to protect company interests; and Design and participate in initiatives relating to contract management and compliance. Should have Juris Doctorate with 2-4 years of contracting experience; Knowledge of relevant Clinical Trial and Contracts Legislation; Excellent communication, negotiation and leadership skills; and Professional demeanor and strong work ethic.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal Contracts Attorney
Refer job# JSUC146880
 
Legal Contracts Attorney The candidate will be responsible for preparing, examining, analyzing, negotiating (in person, over conference calls and via email) and revising legal documents (including master agreements, addendums, amendments, letters and other related documents) for the purchase and sale of goods/services, both as vendor and customer. Legal document development, administration and tracking of key legal provisions. Negotiate terms, conditions, standards and language with minimal supervision. Perform contract review and interpretation to support business teams and legal teams litigation/claims efforts. Maintain accurate records and files in matrices and database to ensure reporting accuracy. Train plants and corporate personnel on legal document review process and terms. Misc. legal projects requested on an as-needed basis. Should have 4 years of experience in Field or similar manufacturing environment. Should preferably have 6 years of experience in Field or similar manufacturing environment. Excellent computer skills in Excel, contracts databases and MS Word. Knowledge of Oracle a plus. Must have JD degree in legal field.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Contracts Counsel
Refer job# BTVU146800
 
Contracts Counsel Duties: Review and negotiate contracts relating to the conduct of research in HHMI laboratories. These contracts include agreements covering the transfer of reagents and other materials into and from laboratories (inbound and outbound Materials Transfer Agreements or MTIs and MTOs). Responsible for ensuring that inter-institutional agreements (IIAs) and licenses (Licenses) entered into by third-party research institutions which relate to technology developed in laboratories are consistent with policies and interests. Will work closely with other OGC staff, scientific management, laboratory heads and staff, and research institution staff to efficiently and effectively resolve issues relating to MTIs, MTOs, IIAs, and Licenses. Will report to the Deputy General Counsel and work under the general supervision of the Deputy General Counsel and two Senior Contracts Counsels.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Active membership of an established Bar. 3+ years of experience as an attorney in private practice or in a corporate, nonprofit, or government legal department. 2+ years of experience drafting and negotiating contracts, preferably technology license agreements; experience drafting and negotiating contracts relating to life sciences research is a plus. Excellent analytical, problem-solving, judgment, and decision-making skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively as well as independently. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Strong time management and organizational skills. Able to communicate effectively with a variety of contacts, including senior management, scientists, other employees, and outside counsel. Skillful in managing competing priorities and deadlines in a high-volume environment and adapting approaches to shifting demands. Desire to learn about, facilitate, and take pride in the work of scientists and grantees. Willingness and ability to learn new subject matter, to become proficient on IT systems and applications used by OGC, and to employ specific processes and procedures. Positive attitude. Adherence to high ethical standards.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
General Counsel, Customer Contracts
Refer job# CXQG146818
 
General Counsel, Customer Contracts Responsibilities: Managing all legal issues related to customer contracts including, but not limited to, administrative services agreements and network access agreements; Overseeing the company contracting process including the contract management system and related workflows; Responsibility for company licensure and related activities; Support the corporate governance process; Participate in formulating legal and business strategy and advising company leadership; Negotiate and prepare vendor contract; Engage in transactional activities; Analyze and advise on all applicable laws as well as new legislative and regulatory developments; Research and respond to regulatory and internal inquiries; Support operations, sales, and executive legal needs and requirements; Assist in corporate compliance initiatives; Assist in the development of legal and compliance policies, procedures, and training programs. Manage Corporate Paralegal.

Qualifications: JD degree and New York and/or New Jersey Bar admission (or qualify for NY or NJ in-house counsel licensure). 2-4 years experience practicing law with a background in health care law, health insurance, or managed care. Some in house experience is preferred. Knowledge of provider network contracting, PPACA, ERISA, HIPAA and employment benefits law is also preferred. Must be personable and self-motivated and have excellent analytical, communication, project management, and organizational skills. Must be capable of timely and professionally meeting the demands of a fast growing and successful company.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Executive Director, Legal, Senior Services - Contracts Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YBIZ146842
 
Executive Director, Legal, Senior Services - Contracts Corporate Counsel Duties: Implement new or updated programs or portions of large scale legal initiatives. Apply advanced technical and legal knowledge to solve complex problems which may impact senior service lines. Provide legal advice, with primary accountability for all legal affairs of one or more senior services facilities and regions. Identify and analyze legal issues, drafting key documents, presenting clear recommendations and assuring legal compliance associated with the senior services focus. Perform a variety of diverse legal duties in areas of health care law, such as fraud and abuse, bioethics, health care business transactions, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), compliance programs, pharmaceuticals, managed care, medical staff issues, contract review and negotiation, and licensure issues. Serve as legal counsel to the enterprise senior services lines and its subsidiaries, providing legal advice to the board of trustees, directors, corporate and management staff. Provides solutions for tough legal issues in alliance with external professionals; represents the organization in legal proceedings. Leads discussions on industry experiences with all major legal issues and relates to own organization. Leads discussions and answers complex questions regarding historical and future legal dilemmas. Generalizes industry experiences with all major legal issues and relates them to own organization. Confer with colleagues with specialties in appropriate areas of legal issue to establish and verify bases for legal proceedings. Champions behaviors that inspire cohesiveness and move the organization to reach a vision. Advises on alternative actions used to solve issues and meet legal requirements. Advise clients concerning business transactions, claim liability, advisability of prosecuting or defending lawsuits, or legal rights and obligations.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree required. 5 years of experience in general practice with an emphasis on health law related issues, business transactions or professional liability claims. Experience in non-profit corporation, post-acute/long term care, senior living, employment, and general corporate matters preferred. Requires current licensure to practice law in state(s) of practice and/or possess multi-state licensure privileges as required. Requires continued maintenance of qualifications through continuing legal education.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Contracts Attorney, Public Sectorq
Refer job# VCQI146783
 
Contracts Attorney - Public Sector The candidate's responsibilities may include: Contract creation, with a focus on public sector contracts, negotiation, and review, providing advice and counsel on legal, compliance and business transactions, including risk analysis and reward, and presenting options and opportunities. Negotiating a high volume of complex technology, sales and partnering agreements, vendor and supplier agreements, and a variety of other commercial contracts including confidentiality agreements, license agreements, data processing agreements, professional services agreements, assignments and amendments. Develop and implement legal efficiencies to support business teams and improve contract processes and operations. Improve and create contract templates and playbooks. Work closely with clients and the legal team on strategic initiatives in support of all business units. Provide proactive advice regarding business and legal issues and risks.

The candidate should have JD or LLM Degree and admission to practice. Should have 5+ years of drafting and negotiation experience in a fast-paced environment, preferably focused on technology transactions. Experience with Public Bids, RFPs, RFQs, federal, state, and local government entities is essential. Transactional experience, including Government Procurement State and Local government procurement and education (SLED) experience strongly desired. Experience in using a CLM system for routine contract work experience in CLM implementation and configuration a plus. Should have Experience in creating / maintaining contract templates, playbooks, clause libraries. Detail-oriented, with outstanding organizational skills and ability to manage multiple transactions and projects simultaneously under deadline pressure is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Commercial/contracts
Refer job# DTPE146772
 
Corporate Counsel - Commercial/Contracts The candidate will be partner with internal stakeholders to negotiate vendor, client, and other commercial contracts across business lines; Responsible for leases, real estate agreements, and corporate contracts relating to facilities, technology, and other corporate infrastructure matters; Partner with Vendor Management attorneys and staff on vendor contract matters; Willingness to support work on contracts for transactional matters across business lines, as needed; Maintain centralized database of executed contracts and library of agreement templates across business lines; Maintain centralized tracker of contracts across business lines, including summaries of key terms and dates; Monitor and notify internal stakeholders of key dates in contracts (maturities, expirations, renewals, deadlines, etc.); Maintain positive and collaborative relationships with other legal, compliance, and vendor management colleagues, internal clients, and external counterparties.

The candidate should have JD degree from an accredited law school. Admitted to the Bar in any State. Should have 5+ years experience as attorney in law firm and/or corporate setting. Experience representing mortgage lenders, banks and/or consumer finance companies preferred. Willingness and ability to handle multiple assignments in a high volume environment. Ability to communicate complex legal issues clearly and concisely. Possesses excellent oral, written, and organizational skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Counsel
Refer job# IXLH146775
 
Contracts Counsel The candidate will : 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 Arbonnes 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. 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.

The candidate should be Graduate of an accredited law school with strong academic credentials. Licensed in the State Bar of California or Licensed by another State Bar and registered as in-house counsel. Should have 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.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney
Refer job# EVAV146776
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney Responsibilities: Reviewing, drafting and negotiating broad range of commercial contracts. Providing legal advice and support on a variety of commercial transactions, including strategic sourcing and RFPs. Assisting with management of the contract lifecycle, including drafts, modifications, amendments and renewals. Assisting as needed with contract templates, clause library and related procedures. Working with contract management and procurement systems. Collaborating with internal stakeholders and other lawyers, including outside counsel, who provide operational support. Should have 3 years relevant experience drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a wide variety of contracts, including vendor IT and consulting contracts. Must have J.D. from an ABA accredited law school and admitted to Illinois Bar (or able to waive is needed). In-depth knowledge of contract law and commercial issues is required. should have excellent verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail and solid analytical skills.
 
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