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Senior Corporate Counsel - Contracts

Charlotte NC Senior Corporate Counsel - Contracts The candidate will be responsible for review, negotiation and documentation of contract matters related to firm and its affiliates, with an emphasis on food services in various educational facilities (e.g., universities, colleges, public and private high schools, etc.). Manage an array of general contractual matters. Position requires offering sound legal advice and counsel to Assistant General Counsel and internal clients on strategies, actions and decisions related to all such transactions. Must have 5+ years contract experience. Should have Bachelors and Juris Doctor Degrees required, as well as a state bar license. Familiarity with FAR and USDA regulations a plus. Outstanding oral and written communication skills required. Excellent problem-solving and strong presentation, analytical and drafting skills also required. Demonstrated ability in implementing and managing complex transactions is preferred. Must be a self-starter and have the ability to identify and to analyze thoroughly a diverse array of general contractual concerns and succinctly and effectively communicate conclusions to business management. Ability to interact with all levels of management, internally and externally, as well as with executive staff is essential. Should have the aptitude to work in high-paced, diverse and challenging environment. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-03-21

Attorney, Client Contracts

Tampa FL Attorney, Client Contracts The candidate will be responsible to work effectively with business partners to structure business travel client relationships; draft and review all client contract documentation; negotiate legal and business terms directly with counsel and/or other representatives of GBT s clients; ensure that all client contracts comply with internal legal and business policies and procedures; partner with internal business partners, other members of the General Counsel s Office and members of the Compliance and Risk, Finance and Operations organizations; facilitate the execution and safekeeping of final contract documentation; and handle general administrative duties connected to these responsibilities.

The candidate must have 5-7 years of experience drafting/negotiating contracts with clients. Excellent written and oral communication skills along with a demonstrated ability to collaborate with internal and external constituencies to drive business results is essential. JD degree is required. High level of integrity is needed for handling sensitive and confidential information.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-03-21

Director, Contracts Attorney

Denver CO Director, Contracts Attorney Duties: Lead the corporate Legal department. Will manage various functions within the department in support of the company s business and negotiate a variety of business and technology agreements. Lead a team of attorneys to support the business in key legal areas. Negotiate contracts for the business including software subscription, SaaS subscription, reseller, OEM, professional services, statements of work, vendor contracts, leases, and nondisclosure agreements. Resolve critical issues with employees/leaders around the company finding the right balance for business and legal risks. Support other legal matters coordinating with outside counsel as needed. Analyze contract terms against industry best practices and company policy, then advise the business unit of the risks and foster mitigating those risks to achieve business objectives. Work with senior management to draft contract terms and conditions which would achieve company objectives.

Qualifications. Law degree. 10+ years of experience in software license and/or SaaS contracts, consulting and non-disclosure agreements. Familiarity with contract life cycle from pre-to-post award. Should have experience working in a corporate legal or contracts department and be comfortable in a fast-paced environment supporting internal business clients, as well as dealing with vendors and customers.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-03-18

Business Development Contracts And Government Affairs Attorney

Denver CO Business Development Contracts and Government Affairs Attorney The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a variety of legal documents for complex acquisitions and other business transactions, including purchase and sale agreements, letters of intent, term sheets, confidentiality agreements, exchange agreements, area of mutual interest agreements, partnership agreements, participation agreements, joint operating agreements, land and water lease agreements, and various other land-related agreements, such as assignments, easements, and access agreements. Will participate in the deal process from start to finish to ensure that Intrepids best interests are represented. Develop relationships with key stakeholders and provide advice and counsel regarding appropriate legal actions, including actions relating to water, land, regulatory, risk management, dispute resolution, and contract management. Provide legal support and advice to management regarding transactional and operational risks associated with assets. Oversee legal due diligence relating to business development activities. Manage functions relating to government relations, particularly in New Mexico, including overseeing outside lobbyists. Manage outside legal counsel, as required, in the most cost-effective manner. Remain current on constant changes within the legal and regulatory environment and communicate regarding potential corporate impact.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate degree with a strong academic record. Licensed to practice law in New Mexico or Colorado is essential. Must have 6+ years of experience at a law firm or in-house legal department. Strong transactional background, including experience with water rights and companies working in the oil and gas industry is essential. Government relations experience preferred, particularly in New Mexico. Exceptional verbal and written communication skills is essential. Exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills; must be able to interact with, and inspire confidence in, individuals at all levels of the organization is essential.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-03-16

Contracts Attorney

Yarmouth ME Contracts Attorney The candidate will primarily review and negotiate client [KR1] contracts for a variety of Tyler's product groups, assist in responding to Requests for Proposal, and perform associated administrative tasks. The ideal candidate will have a J.D. and 3 years of law firm and/or in-house experience in corporate or intellectual property law. Prepare and negotiate client contracts for licensing and purchasing of products and services. Review client requests for proposal. Administer contracts, including management of delinquent and terminating customers. Negotiate vendor contracts and other legal agreements. Review and prepare other ad hoc legal agreements Qualifications. Should have J.D. and 2-3+ years' experience as an attorney. Should have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strategic and creative approach to problem solving desired. Legal 2 - 3 Full-time 2019-03-16

Business Development Contracts And Government Affairs Attorney

Albuquerque NM Business Development Contracts and Government Affairs Attorney The candidate support our business development efforts as the company continues to grow and diversify. This attorney will primarily be responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating legal documents for complex acquisition and other business development transactions. Also have experience managing government relations, in particular relating to use of water rights and oil-and-gas development in New Mexico. Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of legal documents for complex acquisitions and other business transactions, including purchase and sale agreements, letters of intent, term sheets, confidentiality agreements, exchange agreements, area of mutual interest agreements, partnership agreements, participation agreements, joint operating agreements, land and water lease agreements, and various other land-related agreements, such as assignments, easements, and access agreements. Participate in the deal process from start to finish to ensure that companys best interests are represented. Develop relationships with key stakeholders and provide advice and counsel regarding appropriate legal actions, including actions relating to water, land, regulatory, risk management, dispute resolution, and contract management. Provide legal support and advice to management regarding transactional and operational risks associated with companys assets. Oversee legal due diligence relating to business development activities. Manage functions relating to government relations, particularly in New Mexico, including overseeing outside lobbyists. Manage outside legal counsel, as required, in the most cost-effective manner. Remain current on constant changes within the legal and regulatory environment and communicate regarding potential corporate impact.

The candidate Should have JD degree with a strong academic record. Must be licensed to practice law in New Mexico or Colorado. Should have 6+ years of experience at a law firm or in-house legal department. Should have Strong transactional background, including experience with water rights and companies working in the oil and gas industry. Government relations experience preferred, particularly in New Mexico. Must have ability to independently research and analyze issues and provide clear guidance to internal stakeholders regarding potential legal risk. Should have exceptional verbal and written communication skills. Must have exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills; must be able to interact with, and inspire confidence in, mh individuals at all levels of the organization.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-03-16

Business Development Contracts And Government Affairs Attorney

Santa Fe NM Business Development Contracts and Government Affairs Attorney The candidate support our business development efforts as the company continues to grow and diversify. This attorney will primarily be responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating legal documents for complex acquisition and other business development transactions. Also have experience managing government relations, in particular relating to use of water rights and oil-and-gas development in New Mexico. Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of legal documents for complex acquisitions and other business transactions, including purchase and sale agreements, letters of intent, term sheets, confidentiality agreements, exchange agreements, area of mutual interest agreements, partnership agreements, participation agreements, joint operating agreements, land and water lease agreements, and various other land-related agreements, such as assignments, easements, and access agreements. Participate in the deal process from start to finish to ensure that companys best interests are represented. Develop relationships with key stakeholders and provide advice and counsel regarding appropriate legal actions, including actions relating to water, land, regulatory, risk management, dispute resolution, and contract management. Provide legal support and advice to management regarding transactional and operational risks associated with companys assets. Oversee legal due diligence relating to business development activities. Manage functions relating to government relations, particularly in New Mexico, including overseeing outside lobbyists. Manage outside legal counsel, as required, in the most cost-effective manner. Remain current on constant changes within the legal and regulatory environment and communicate regarding potential corporate impact.

The candidate Should have JD degree with a strong academic record. Must be licensed to practice law in New Mexico or Colorado. Should have 6+ years of experience at a law firm or in-house legal department. Should have Strong transactional background, including experience with water rights and companies working in the oil and gas industry. Government relations experience preferred, particularly in New Mexico. Must have ability to independently research and analyze issues and provide clear guidance to internal stakeholders regarding potential legal risk. Should have exceptional verbal and written communication skills. Must have exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills; must be able to interact with, and inspire confidence in, mh individuals at all levels of the organization.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-03-16

Contracts Counsel

Ames IA Contracts Counsel The candidate will create and review SaaS subscription agreements, software licenses, data processing agreements, and NDAs. Will draft, review, and negotiate a variety of commercial agreements to support customer sales, our purchase of software and services from vendors, and growth-driven partnerships with both startups and public companies. Provide input on processes and policies to help drive our growth and capture new learnings. Provide practical, decisive guidance to Sales, Marketing, Sales Operations, and Product Management teams taking into consideration business objectives, policies, and positions. Stay up-to-date on relevant industry, commercial, open source, IP, privacy, employment, and other laws, regulations, and developments to give the most relevant advice. Provide input on contracts management system and contract processes to optimize interactions with our Sales team. Must have Juris Doctorate degree and Bachelor's Degree. Must have 1-3 years of experience working on commercial contracts either at a law firm or in-house legal department. Qualified attorney and Member of the Iowa Bar (in good standing) or eligible to register as Iowa Registered In-House Counsel is essential. Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2019-03-16

In-house Contracts Attorney

Yonkers NY In-house Contracts Attorney The candidate will lead corporate contracts function; Independently draft, review and/or negotiate wide scope of business agreements including confidential disclosure agreements, material transfer agreements, master service agreements, service agreements, clinical trial agreements, joint development agreements, etc. Provide strategic advice on commercial transactional matters. Assist with development, implementation and improvement of systems to support the contract lifecycle management process. Assist in business development due diligence. Must have 5+ years in-house international commercial contracts/corporate transactional experience (specifically, ex-US clinical trial agreement experience) in a pharma/life-sciences company. JD degree; member in good standing of NYS Bar is required. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-03-12

Legal Counsel - IP and Vendor Contracts

Owings Mills MD Legal Counsel - IP and Vendor Contracts The candidate will be responsible for working independently with all business units on a wide variety of complex legal matters. Support Senior Legal Counsel with: management of the global trademark portfolio, including domain names that are trademarks, from prosecution to enforcement; review of external communications for compliance with intellectual property laws and contractual obligations; provision of guidance on intellectual property and vendor contract matters; review, drafting, and negotiation of vendor contracts for a wide variety of goods and services being purchased by T. Rowe Price; software and data license audit; and special projects. Responsible for reviewing, drafting, and negotiating vendor contracts (including amendments) for goods and services primarily relating to services provided in the U.S., including cloud-based services, software and data licenses, general services, outsourced services, consulting services, facilities, construction, and real estate. Works with T. Rowe Price associates of varying levels of seniority from all areas of the company and outside counsel, as necessary. Adeptly and proactively identifies and escalates issues and provides risk-based, pragmatic recommendations and advice within strategic business conversations. Manages and facilitates internal contracts process, execution, and retention. Responsible for providing legal advice and counsel on issues arising from existing contracts, including compliance with contract terms, termination or renewal. Drafts termination letters. Advises and assists with negotiations to resolve contract disputes with third parties. Performs and assists in the evaluation of trademark and product name clearance searches; assists with preparation of trademark applications and related filings, including guidance on collection and review of specimens and other documents and materials; drafts correspondence on registration status and implications; monitors trademark deadlines and opposition proceedings; monitors and evaluates potential trademark infringements; drafts cease and desist correspondence; supports and assists with domain name acquisitions, recovery, and dispute resolution; prepares and administers policies and procedures for search, trademark and domain name application and registration, and enforcement. Reviews external campaigns, communications, and other submissions for legal compliance with all intellectual property laws (trademark, copyright, right of publicity) and related contractual terms (data and content licensing); analysis of content to determine whether material requires third party content clearance; draft and obtain third party content permissions; draft and administer policies, procedures, guidelines, and training for the same. Keep apprised of legal, legislative, and regulatory developments; analyzes their implications to the firm; and advises appropriate business units of such implications to ensure the firm s ongoing compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

The candidate must have Law degree from accredited U.S. school of law. Should be Member of U.S. State Bar. Must have 3+ years of related work experience after the date of bar admission. Must have in-depth specialized knowledge of the review and negotiation of technology contracts, cloud-based services and migration, software and data licenses, maintenance and support and consulting agreements, and other similar business arrangements and contracts. Must have in-depth basic knowledge of U.S. intellectual property laws (at least trademark, copyright, right of publicity). Must have familiarity with U.S. privacy/data protection terms required or customary in vendor contracts involving personal data or the ability and willingness to acquire such knowledge. Should have strong writing, verbal, and communication skills. Must have strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Should preferably have 3 5 years of relevant experience since the date of bar admission in both private law firm and corporate legal department setting. Familiarity with financial market data licensing a plus.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-03-12
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Manager & Counsel, AIA Contract Documents & Risk Management
In-House,The American Institute of Architects
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This is a professional position in the AIA Contract Documents & Risk Management department. AIA Contract Documents are created and produced by the AIA Contract Documents Content Team in collaboration with a volunteer committee. Working with a small g... + read more

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Corporate Attorney
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Contracts
Refer job# KRWW143099
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Contracts The candidate will be responsible for review, negotiation and documentation of contract matters related to firm and its affiliates, with an emphasis on food services in various educational facilities (e.g., universities, colleges, public and private high schools, etc.). Manage an array of general contractual matters. Position requires offering sound legal advice and counsel to Assistant General Counsel and internal clients on strategies, actions and decisions related to all such transactions. Must have 5+ years contract experience. Should have Bachelors and Juris Doctor Degrees required, as well as a state bar license. Familiarity with FAR and USDA regulations a plus. Outstanding oral and written communication skills required. Excellent problem-solving and strong presentation, analytical and drafting skills also required. Demonstrated ability in implementing and managing complex transactions is preferred. Must be a self-starter and have the ability to identify and to analyze thoroughly a diverse array of general contractual concerns and succinctly and effectively communicate conclusions to business management. Ability to interact with all levels of management, internally and externally, as well as with executive staff is essential. Should have the aptitude to work in high-paced, diverse and challenging environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Attorney, Client Contracts
Refer job# WCXK143100
 
Attorney, Client Contracts The candidate will be responsible to work effectively with business partners to structure business travel client relationships; draft and review all client contract documentation; negotiate legal and business terms directly with counsel and/or other representatives of GBT s clients; ensure that all client contracts comply with internal legal and business policies and procedures; partner with internal business partners, other members of the General Counsel s Office and members of the Compliance and Risk, Finance and Operations organizations; facilitate the execution and safekeeping of final contract documentation; and handle general administrative duties connected to these responsibilities.

The candidate must have 5-7 years of experience drafting/negotiating contracts with clients. Excellent written and oral communication skills along with a demonstrated ability to collaborate with internal and external constituencies to drive business results is essential. JD degree is required. High level of integrity is needed for handling sensitive and confidential information.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Contracts Attorney
Refer job# KVOM143069
 
Director, Contracts Attorney Duties: Lead the corporate Legal department. Will manage various functions within the department in support of the company s business and negotiate a variety of business and technology agreements. Lead a team of attorneys to support the business in key legal areas. Negotiate contracts for the business including software subscription, SaaS subscription, reseller, OEM, professional services, statements of work, vendor contracts, leases, and nondisclosure agreements. Resolve critical issues with employees/leaders around the company finding the right balance for business and legal risks. Support other legal matters coordinating with outside counsel as needed. Analyze contract terms against industry best practices and company policy, then advise the business unit of the risks and foster mitigating those risks to achieve business objectives. Work with senior management to draft contract terms and conditions which would achieve company objectives.

Qualifications. Law degree. 10+ years of experience in software license and/or SaaS contracts, consulting and non-disclosure agreements. Familiarity with contract life cycle from pre-to-post award. Should have experience working in a corporate legal or contracts department and be comfortable in a fast-paced environment supporting internal business clients, as well as dealing with vendors and customers.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Business Development Contracts And Government Affairs Attorney
Refer job# HTUL142974
 
Business Development Contracts and Government Affairs Attorney The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a variety of legal documents for complex acquisitions and other business transactions, including purchase and sale agreements, letters of intent, term sheets, confidentiality agreements, exchange agreements, area of mutual interest agreements, partnership agreements, participation agreements, joint operating agreements, land and water lease agreements, and various other land-related agreements, such as assignments, easements, and access agreements. Will participate in the deal process from start to finish to ensure that Intrepids best interests are represented. Develop relationships with key stakeholders and provide advice and counsel regarding appropriate legal actions, including actions relating to water, land, regulatory, risk management, dispute resolution, and contract management. Provide legal support and advice to management regarding transactional and operational risks associated with assets. Oversee legal due diligence relating to business development activities. Manage functions relating to government relations, particularly in New Mexico, including overseeing outside lobbyists. Manage outside legal counsel, as required, in the most cost-effective manner. Remain current on constant changes within the legal and regulatory environment and communicate regarding potential corporate impact.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate degree with a strong academic record. Licensed to practice law in New Mexico or Colorado is essential. Must have 6+ years of experience at a law firm or in-house legal department. Strong transactional background, including experience with water rights and companies working in the oil and gas industry is essential. Government relations experience preferred, particularly in New Mexico. Exceptional verbal and written communication skills is essential. Exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills; must be able to interact with, and inspire confidence in, individuals at all levels of the organization is essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Attorney
Refer job# GGEH142975
 
Contracts Attorney The candidate will primarily review and negotiate client [KR1] contracts for a variety of Tyler's product groups, assist in responding to Requests for Proposal, and perform associated administrative tasks. The ideal candidate will have a J.D. and 3 years of law firm and/or in-house experience in corporate or intellectual property law. Prepare and negotiate client contracts for licensing and purchasing of products and services. Review client requests for proposal. Administer contracts, including management of delinquent and terminating customers. Negotiate vendor contracts and other legal agreements. Review and prepare other ad hoc legal agreements Qualifications. Should have J.D. and 2-3+ years' experience as an attorney. Should have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strategic and creative approach to problem solving desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Business Development Contracts And Government Affairs Attorney
Refer job# RFBX142980
 
Business Development Contracts and Government Affairs Attorney The candidate support our business development efforts as the company continues to grow and diversify. This attorney will primarily be responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating legal documents for complex acquisition and other business development transactions. Also have experience managing government relations, in particular relating to use of water rights and oil-and-gas development in New Mexico. Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of legal documents for complex acquisitions and other business transactions, including purchase and sale agreements, letters of intent, term sheets, confidentiality agreements, exchange agreements, area of mutual interest agreements, partnership agreements, participation agreements, joint operating agreements, land and water lease agreements, and various other land-related agreements, such as assignments, easements, and access agreements. Participate in the deal process from start to finish to ensure that companys best interests are represented. Develop relationships with key stakeholders and provide advice and counsel regarding appropriate legal actions, including actions relating to water, land, regulatory, risk management, dispute resolution, and contract management. Provide legal support and advice to management regarding transactional and operational risks associated with companys assets. Oversee legal due diligence relating to business development activities. Manage functions relating to government relations, particularly in New Mexico, including overseeing outside lobbyists. Manage outside legal counsel, as required, in the most cost-effective manner. Remain current on constant changes within the legal and regulatory environment and communicate regarding potential corporate impact.

The candidate Should have JD degree with a strong academic record. Must be licensed to practice law in New Mexico or Colorado. Should have 6+ years of experience at a law firm or in-house legal department. Should have Strong transactional background, including experience with water rights and companies working in the oil and gas industry. Government relations experience preferred, particularly in New Mexico. Must have ability to independently research and analyze issues and provide clear guidance to internal stakeholders regarding potential legal risk. Should have exceptional verbal and written communication skills. Must have exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills; must be able to interact with, and inspire confidence in, mh individuals at all levels of the organization.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Business Development Contracts And Government Affairs Attorney
Refer job# QYRX142981
 
Business Development Contracts and Government Affairs Attorney The candidate support our business development efforts as the company continues to grow and diversify. This attorney will primarily be responsible for drafting, reviewing, and negotiating legal documents for complex acquisition and other business development transactions. Also have experience managing government relations, in particular relating to use of water rights and oil-and-gas development in New Mexico. Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of legal documents for complex acquisitions and other business transactions, including purchase and sale agreements, letters of intent, term sheets, confidentiality agreements, exchange agreements, area of mutual interest agreements, partnership agreements, participation agreements, joint operating agreements, land and water lease agreements, and various other land-related agreements, such as assignments, easements, and access agreements. Participate in the deal process from start to finish to ensure that companys best interests are represented. Develop relationships with key stakeholders and provide advice and counsel regarding appropriate legal actions, including actions relating to water, land, regulatory, risk management, dispute resolution, and contract management. Provide legal support and advice to management regarding transactional and operational risks associated with companys assets. Oversee legal due diligence relating to business development activities. Manage functions relating to government relations, particularly in New Mexico, including overseeing outside lobbyists. Manage outside legal counsel, as required, in the most cost-effective manner. Remain current on constant changes within the legal and regulatory environment and communicate regarding potential corporate impact.

The candidate Should have JD degree with a strong academic record. Must be licensed to practice law in New Mexico or Colorado. Should have 6+ years of experience at a law firm or in-house legal department. Should have Strong transactional background, including experience with water rights and companies working in the oil and gas industry. Government relations experience preferred, particularly in New Mexico. Must have ability to independently research and analyze issues and provide clear guidance to internal stakeholders regarding potential legal risk. Should have exceptional verbal and written communication skills. Must have exceptional interpersonal and organizational skills; must be able to interact with, and inspire confidence in, mh individuals at all levels of the organization.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Counsel
Refer job# AWLX142985
 
Contracts Counsel The candidate will create and review SaaS subscription agreements, software licenses, data processing agreements, and NDAs. Will draft, review, and negotiate a variety of commercial agreements to support customer sales, our purchase of software and services from vendors, and growth-driven partnerships with both startups and public companies. Provide input on processes and policies to help drive our growth and capture new learnings. Provide practical, decisive guidance to Sales, Marketing, Sales Operations, and Product Management teams taking into consideration business objectives, policies, and positions. Stay up-to-date on relevant industry, commercial, open source, IP, privacy, employment, and other laws, regulations, and developments to give the most relevant advice. Provide input on contracts management system and contract processes to optimize interactions with our Sales team. Must have Juris Doctorate degree and Bachelor's Degree. Must have 1-3 years of experience working on commercial contracts either at a law firm or in-house legal department. Qualified attorney and Member of the Iowa Bar (in good standing) or eligible to register as Iowa Registered In-House Counsel is essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
In-house Contracts Attorney
Refer job# OBHM142915
 
In-house Contracts Attorney The candidate will lead corporate contracts function; Independently draft, review and/or negotiate wide scope of business agreements including confidential disclosure agreements, material transfer agreements, master service agreements, service agreements, clinical trial agreements, joint development agreements, etc. Provide strategic advice on commercial transactional matters. Assist with development, implementation and improvement of systems to support the contract lifecycle management process. Assist in business development due diligence. Must have 5+ years in-house international commercial contracts/corporate transactional experience (specifically, ex-US clinical trial agreement experience) in a pharma/life-sciences company. JD degree; member in good standing of NYS Bar is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Legal Counsel - IP and Vendor Contracts
Refer job# ANSP142918
 
Legal Counsel - IP and Vendor Contracts The candidate will be responsible for working independently with all business units on a wide variety of complex legal matters. Support Senior Legal Counsel with: management of the global trademark portfolio, including domain names that are trademarks, from prosecution to enforcement; review of external communications for compliance with intellectual property laws and contractual obligations; provision of guidance on intellectual property and vendor contract matters; review, drafting, and negotiation of vendor contracts for a wide variety of goods and services being purchased by T. Rowe Price; software and data license audit; and special projects. Responsible for reviewing, drafting, and negotiating vendor contracts (including amendments) for goods and services primarily relating to services provided in the U.S., including cloud-based services, software and data licenses, general services, outsourced services, consulting services, facilities, construction, and real estate. Works with T. Rowe Price associates of varying levels of seniority from all areas of the company and outside counsel, as necessary. Adeptly and proactively identifies and escalates issues and provides risk-based, pragmatic recommendations and advice within strategic business conversations. Manages and facilitates internal contracts process, execution, and retention. Responsible for providing legal advice and counsel on issues arising from existing contracts, including compliance with contract terms, termination or renewal. Drafts termination letters. Advises and assists with negotiations to resolve contract disputes with third parties. Performs and assists in the evaluation of trademark and product name clearance searches; assists with preparation of trademark applications and related filings, including guidance on collection and review of specimens and other documents and materials; drafts correspondence on registration status and implications; monitors trademark deadlines and opposition proceedings; monitors and evaluates potential trademark infringements; drafts cease and desist correspondence; supports and assists with domain name acquisitions, recovery, and dispute resolution; prepares and administers policies and procedures for search, trademark and domain name application and registration, and enforcement. Reviews external campaigns, communications, and other submissions for legal compliance with all intellectual property laws (trademark, copyright, right of publicity) and related contractual terms (data and content licensing); analysis of content to determine whether material requires third party content clearance; draft and obtain third party content permissions; draft and administer policies, procedures, guidelines, and training for the same. Keep apprised of legal, legislative, and regulatory developments; analyzes their implications to the firm; and advises appropriate business units of such implications to ensure the firm s ongoing compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.

The candidate must have Law degree from accredited U.S. school of law. Should be Member of U.S. State Bar. Must have 3+ years of related work experience after the date of bar admission. Must have in-depth specialized knowledge of the review and negotiation of technology contracts, cloud-based services and migration, software and data licenses, maintenance and support and consulting agreements, and other similar business arrangements and contracts. Must have in-depth basic knowledge of U.S. intellectual property laws (at least trademark, copyright, right of publicity). Must have familiarity with U.S. privacy/data protection terms required or customary in vendor contracts involving personal data or the ability and willingness to acquire such knowledge. Should have strong writing, verbal, and communication skills. Must have strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Should preferably have 3 5 years of relevant experience since the date of bar admission in both private law firm and corporate legal department setting. Familiarity with financial market data licensing a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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