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Privacy Counsel

San Francisco CA Privacy Counsel The candidate will review and negotiate privacy and data protection terms in contracts with vendors and business partners including collaboration across Legal, Security, HR, and publishing labels. Collaborate with customer support, technology, and data teams for responding to data requests. Assist with maintenance and continued development of privacy program including data diligence, PIAs / DPIAs, policies and procedures, and compliance. Collaborate with colleagues in Take-Two Legal to provide day-to-day privacy and data protection counseling to Take-Two's publishing labels and corporate services including marketing, marketing technology, analytics, product development, and employment with a particular focus on US, UK, and EU. Serve as part of a global team of lawyers, paralegals, and staff helping Take-Two's publishing labels build the most innovative and creative products as efficiently as possible. Should have 5-8 years of in-house or law firm experience working with privacy and data protection. Extensive experience negotiating data processing agreements and privacy and data protection terms in a variety of services, licensing and other commercial agreements. Experience with mobile, advertising technology or digital technology. Experience with PIAs / DPIAs and risk assessments. Experience with incident response. Ability to evaluate sophisticated scenarios and effectively distill information for client team including practical, risk-based recommendations. Strong organizational skills; ability to identify, prioritize, and resolve issues quickly and effectively supporting multiple publishing labels and corporate activities. Common sense, kindness, good humor, and a dedication to teamwork. Collaborative and motivated to find the best approach through consultation with colleagues across the company and through supervision by other in-house counsel. A passion for privacy and data protection considerations within a highly creative, technology-driven, interactive entertainment company. CIPP accreditation is preferred. Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2022-11-24

Senior Counsel, Privacy Law

South San Francisco CA Senior Counsel, Privacy Law The candidate will act as a key internal point-of-contact and subject matter expert on all matters relating to privacy law, including providing practical, timely, strategic, and high-quality legal advice on data privacy and security matters. Advise members of the legal and business teams on best practices and compliance with U.S. and global data protection laws, including legal and regulatory aspects of data collection and use, privacy disclosures and transparency, consent forms, and related issues. Support and develop the company's privacy program to enable consistent, effective data privacy practices and minimize privacy risk. Provide legal support for the strategic reviewing, drafting, and negotiating of privacy and data security terms in contracts with business partners and vendors, including data processing agreements and data protection terms in clinical research agreements. Provide advice, education, training, and legal direction on data protection laws impacting business operations and contractual relationships. Strategically advise on emerging products and technologies while anticipating and successfully navigating privacy considerations. Provide legal counsel on investigations involving reports of inappropriate or unauthorized access, loss or disclosure of personal data, including advising on potential liability, identifying legal obligations, and supporting incident response efforts. Identify and advise on key legal issues requiring attention from the privacy team, and anticipate potential privacy legal issues within the organization. Provide legal counsel to IT Security, Compliance, and other individuals with privacy and data handling responsibilities in the organization to help set strategy and manage complex privacy matters involving systems and data processing activities.

The candidate should have a JD degree and U.S. state bar membership in good standing.  Should have 8-12 years of experience as a practicing attorney, in-house and/or at a law firm, including at least 7-10 years of direct, hands-on experience providing legal counseling on data privacy and security matters to biotechnology and/or pharmaceutical companies.   CIPP/US certification preferred.  Subject matter expert on requirements of data protection and privacy legal issues that affect the business activities of a research-based biotechnology company, including scientific research involving patient-derived data, clinical trials, patient support services, digital health information, intra- and inter-company business transactions, sales and marketing, and consumer protection; will also serve as a subject matter expert on privacy issues associated with employment and e-discovery. A comprehensive understanding of relevant statutes, regulations and guidance is required, such as comprehensive state privacy laws (e.g., CPRA, VDCPA), California Confidentiality of Medical Information Act (CMIA), state breach notification laws, HIPAA, EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), TCPA, and CAN-SPAM.   Substantial experience assessing legal risks relating to data protection and privacy, and identifying and advising on practical, compliant ways to mitigate those risks. Experience with data loss prevention and cybersecurity events, including forensic investigations, breach notifications, and cybersecurity preparedness. Experience with privacy litigation and enforcement is a plus. Excellent negotiation and communication skills (both oral and written) are a must. Experience and interest in new and emerging technologies, including in the areas of digital health and personalized healthcare. Strong organization and teamwork skills, a strong work ethic, and the ability to multitask and prioritize well, take initiative, lead projects, and work effectively both independently and in collaboration with others.   Detail-oriented, self-motivated, and able to motivate others. A strong commitment to integrity and professionalism and demonstrated passion for excellence.  
Legal 8 - 12 Full-time 2022-11-24

Associate Counsel, Data Privacy

San Francisco CA Associate Counsel, Data Privacy The candidate will work with internal clients and legal colleagues to negotiate data processing agreements, and other privacy-related agreements; contribute to the improvement of standard forms of agreements, alternate language playbooks, and internal resource documents with respect to privacy and data processing matters. Support program updates, expansion, and remediation; assist in managing company compliance with relevant privacy and data protection laws, including implementation of new requirements; help triage and respond to privacy incidents and data subject requests; assist with regulatory and litigation response; help develop and deliver presentations and materials for ongoing privacy awareness. Monitor relevant privacy and data protection laws and enforcement activities to ensure ongoing compliance, track emerging risks and assist with policy creation and other program materials. Assist in the management and completion of data privacy impact assessments, vendor assessments, and other similar assessments intended to support the company's data privacy by design initiatives; support the maintenance of the data inventory, as well as development and intake of new data maps. Assist in the development and implementation of privacy policies and processes; maintain and improve processes and workflows; support maintenance of online privacy policies. Advise the business in assessing and responding to data privacy risks related to relevant functions; advance a positive spirit of solution-oriented partnership and collaboration with internal clients, internal legal colleagues, and outside counsel. Work with tech teams to clarify legal requirements for maintenance of privacy enterprise tool. Help foster a culture of privacy and drive privacy awareness and education.

The candidate should have 3 years of privacy law experience. CIPP/US certification preferred; Working knowledge of U.S. federal, state, and international privacy law, including CCPA, CPRA, GDPR, PIPEDA, online behavioral advertising principles, and breach notification laws. Strong academic credentials and training at a major national law firm; in-house experience is a plus. California bar membership. Approachable and patient with internal clients; with a passion for providing excellent customer service. Ability to work in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, effectively prioritize multiple projects simultaneously under time-sensitive deadlines, and adapt quickly to changing priorities. Strong project management skills with an emphasis on being detail oriented and organized. Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively with cross-functional teams. Enthusiasm for taking on new and additional responsibilities as business and team needs evolve. Passion for continuous learning and professional development, with flexibility and willingness to dive into any projects requiring support.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-21

Privacy And Regulatory Counsel

Palo Alto CA Privacy and Regulatory Counsel The candidate will creatively configure solutions and provide advice for sound product and marketing decisions in view of relevant legal and regulatory requirements and risks. Analyze and provide guidance on evolving laws, rules, regulations, and trends impacting the investment management and financial advisory industries, including: (1) the Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and other related investment-related statutes and regulations, importantly offering guidance in light of the SEC's marketing rules and requirements and (2) other federal and state financial services-related laws, rules and regulations. Review and advise on company materials with respect to legal and regulatory matters for the company's investment advisory and broker-dealer entities. Assist with the development of new lines of business and financial advisory products by (1) embedding yourself in the project and marketing campaign development process (2) working closely and proactively with other team members to identify potential legal and regulatory issues (3) crafting compliant solutions that avoid or minimize inefficient use of product, design and engineering resources and speed product launches and (4) drafting related agreements, policies, procedures and disclosures. Serve as Wealthfront's subject matter legal expert on all privacy issues, including across all aspects of privacy law and regulation. Monitor new and emerging developments in privacy laws and regulations, including identifying potential impacts on current and future Wealthfront's products and services. Interface with outside counsel. Support an extremely fast-moving business with tight deadlines while providing diligent and thorough work products. Other duties as assigned by the General Counsel.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and be licensed to practice in California, or the ability to apply for California's Registered In-House Counsel. Should have 5-7 years of relevant legal experience; in-house or start-up experience preferred; fintech or financial services strongly preferred. Familiarity and experience working with regulated entities and consumer-facing businesses, specifically SEC and FINRA-registered entities. Self-motivated and efficient, with good business judgment and a take ownership  outlook. Creative, with the confidence to present and advocate for the implementation of ideas. Able to participate in developing company-wide strategic and operational goals, and work closely with business units in their operational execution. Able to identify and analyze legal issues, draft key documents, and present clear recommendations. Strong project management skills.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2022-11-18

Associate Privacy Counsel

Los Angeles CA Associate Privacy Counsel The candidate will provide specialist legal advice and subject-matter expertise required to support Firms privacy program and product development. Will partner with innovators through all stages of the product and feature development and commercialization lifecycle, while ensuring compliance with applicable global privacy and security regulations for our diverse suite of products, services and partnerships. Provide specialist consultation and support to key functions, including Product Counsel, Commercial Counsel, Product Development, Trust & Compliance, Security, Public Policy and Marketing/Communications. Provide sound compliance advice based on up-to-date knowledge of relevant data privacy, security regulations and industry guidelines across global markets, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ( HIPAA ), the California Consumer Privacy Act ( CCPA ) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR). Maintain awareness of new laws, enforcement activity and other developments in the privacy domain, manage employee training and drive discussion among key stakeholders across the company to continuously improve organizational privacy practices.

The candidate should have a J.D. or equivalent degree. Must have 5+ years of attorney-level experience. 3+ years of experience with data privacy laws, including HIPAA, CCPA & GDPR is required. Must be admitted to the Bar and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law (e.g., have registered in-house status) in California. Experience advising legal team members and product teams on a wide range of substantive privacy topics, preferably in healthcare or life sciences settings is preferred. Experience negotiating data protection terms in a variety of enterprise agreements based on the U.S. and E.U. privacy frameworks is a plus. Experience designing and implementing compliance programs, policies, and processes is desired. Must have exceptional interpersonal skills, commitment to professionalism and collegiality, flexibility and willingness to work on a broad range of legal matters, and demonstrated ability to complete several simultaneous projects on a deadline. CIPP or similar privacy certification is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-16

Senior Counsel, Privacy And Data Protection

Sacramento CA Senior Counsel, Privacy and Data Protection Duties: The candidate will play an immediate and direct role in providing legal support for scaling Circle's product suite, enterprise risk, and compliance functions, and the global privacy and cybersecurity program, advising the company on a wide range of regulatory, compliance, governance, enterprise risk, privacy and cybersecurity matters, contributing to and overseeing a variety of design, implementation and operation objectives, aligning and coordinating priorities and activities with cross-functional stakeholders. We are looking for someone who is highly proactive, accountable, team-oriented, capable of managing multiple competing priorities, and excited to join a lean team that executes on a variety of novel and complex legal issues. Providing support to Circle's global legal operations, risk management efforts and strategic business objectives and priorities. Advising Circle stakeholders on, among other things, comprehensive approaches to a variety of product development initiatives, regulatory compliance and enterprise risk management matters and guidance, implementation and maintenance with respect to crisis management, privacy, data protection and cybersecurity frameworks globally. Collaborating closely with information security, compliance and enterprise risk team members to define scope, engage stakeholders, prioritize and drive execution of key crisis management, privacy compliance, data protection and cybersecurity initiatives. Owning and managing multiple project initiatives, legally compliant process improvements, and workstreams critical to large-scale, complex privacy projects. Conducting privacy impact and risk assessments, and leading adoption of internal privacy principles, ensuring privacy by design into business operations. Providing training, thought leadership, and mentoring worldwide on privacy and cybersecurity consistent with Circle's related policies, standards and procedures. Conducting, overseeing and providing support in connection with internal investigations. Proactively identifying a variety of compliance risk areas and strategies to mitigate them.

Qualifications: A JD (or foreign equivalent degree) and active membership in at least one US State Bar. Prior in-house experience for at least 5 years a must, including public traded companies. Should have 15+ of legal experience with strong knowledge. Development and management of an effective global privacy and cybersecurity program, including relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards, ideally in a financial services environment. Privacy laws and issues in relation to evolving technology, preferably in the cryptocurrency and blockchain ecosystem. Broad product development and compliance experience ideally in crypto/fintech, including implementation of enterprise risk management standards and Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) tools and systems. Experience working with and presenting to diverse, cross-functional teams and senior leadership. CIPP certification is strongly preferred. Experience/familiarity with Slack, Apple MacOS and GSuite.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-16

Associate Privacy Counsel

South San Francisco CA Associate Privacy Counsel The candidate will provide specialist legal advice and subject-matter expertise required to support Firms privacy program and product development. Will partner with innovators through all stages of the product and feature development and commercialization lifecycle, while ensuring compliance with applicable global privacy and security regulations for our diverse suite of products, services and partnerships. Provide specialist consultation and support to key functions, including Product Counsel, Commercial Counsel, Product Development, Trust & Compliance, Security, Public Policy and Marketing/Communications. Provide sound compliance advice based on up-to-date knowledge of relevant data privacy, security regulations and industry guidelines across global markets, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ( HIPAA ), the California Consumer Privacy Act ( CCPA ) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR). Maintain awareness of new laws, enforcement activity and other developments in the privacy domain, manage employee training and drive discussion among key stakeholders across the company to continuously improve organizational privacy practices.

The candidate should have a J.D. or equivalent degree. Must have 5+ years of attorney-level experience. 3+ years of experience with data privacy laws, including HIPAA, CCPA & GDPR is required. Must be admitted to the Bar and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law (e.g., have registered in-house status) in California. Experience advising legal team members and product teams on a wide range of substantive privacy topics, preferably in healthcare or life sciences settings is preferred. Experience negotiating data protection terms in a variety of enterprise agreements based on the U.S. and E.U. privacy frameworks is a plus. Experience designing and implementing compliance programs, policies, and processes is desired. Must have exceptional interpersonal skills, commitment to professionalism and collegiality, flexibility and willingness to work on a broad range of legal matters, and demonstrated ability to complete several simultaneous projects on a deadline. CIPP or similar privacy certification is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-16

Associate Director, Privacy Counsel

Foster City CA Associate Director, Privacy Counsel The candidate will counsel and collaborate with multiple internal clients across Illumina to advise on applicable data privacy law issues. Provide counsel related to advanced and cutting-edge data use as well as data mapping, classification, and related data management and governance. Partner with product leaders to develop and drive a holistic privacy strategy across products. Develop and implement principles and frameworks for building privacy and other responsible innovation topics into the product development process. Work with product leadership to identify, escalate, and resolve tension between product objectives and privacy principles. Help establish and direct long-term goals of product and engineering teams as they relate to privacy. Collaborate with IT, products and software teams to ensure all systems and procedures comply with all relevant data privacy law, regulation and policy, including in relation to the retention and destruction of data. Draft, negotiate, and interpret privacy, security and data use and protection terms in contracts and disclosures, including Data Protection Addendums and Intra Company Agreements, consistent with strategy and goals. Assist in maintaining onward data transfer mechanisms such as Standard Contractual Clauses and other applicable mechanisms. Review issues related to Incident Response, customer security questionnaires and security certifications. Develop and review Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs) and other internal privacy and data security assessments. Review issues related to local marketing and data analytics initiatives. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Legal Department as a privacy subject matter expert. Stay abreast of, and communicate clearly to non-lawyers, changes to or developments in privacy and data protection laws and regulations and their impact on business operations. Promote effective work practices, work as a team member, and show respect for co-workers. Identify opportunities for organizational growth and drive creative and scalable improvements.

The candidate should have a law degree from an ABA-accredited law school with exceptional academic credentials and be a member of a state bar in good standing. Hold at least one Data Protection and/or Privacy certification such as, CIPP, CIPT, ISEB, etc., (preferred). Should have 12+ years or relevant legal experience. Experience with US and EU data privacy laws. Experience in healthcare law, particularly HIPAA, is strongly preferred. Should have 5+ years of experience within compliance, legal, audit and/or risk function, with recent experience in privacy compliance. Global privacy experience in a multi-national company (medical device, pharmaceutical, or healthcare preferred) or a global law firm. Experience in developing policy and compliance training.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-14

Associate Director, Privacy Counsel

San Diego CA Associate Director, Privacy Counsel The candidate will counsel and collaborate with multiple internal clients across Illumina to advise on applicable data privacy law issues. Provide counsel related to advanced and cutting-edge data use as well as data mapping, classification, and related data management and governance. Partner with product leaders to develop and drive a holistic privacy strategy across products. Develop and implement principles and frameworks for building privacy and other responsible innovation topics into the product development process. Work with product leadership to identify, escalate, and resolve tension between product objectives and privacy principles. Help establish and direct long-term goals of product and engineering teams as they relate to privacy. Collaborate with IT, products and software teams to ensure all systems and procedures comply with all relevant data privacy law, regulation and policy, including in relation to the retention and destruction of data. Draft, negotiate, and interpret privacy, security and data use and protection terms in contracts and disclosures, including Data Protection Addendums and Intra Company Agreements, consistent with strategy and goals. Assist in maintaining onward data transfer mechanisms such as Standard Contractual Clauses and other applicable mechanisms. Review issues related to Incident Response, customer security questionnaires and security certifications. Develop and review Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs) and other internal privacy and data security assessments. Review issues related to local marketing and data analytics initiatives. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Legal Department as a privacy subject matter expert. Stay abreast of, and communicate clearly to non-lawyers, changes to or developments in privacy and data protection laws and regulations and their impact on business operations. Promote effective work practices, work as a team member, and show respect for co-workers. Identify opportunities for organizational growth and drive creative and scalable improvements.

The candidate should have a law degree from an ABA-accredited law school with exceptional academic credentials and be a member of a state bar in good standing. Hold at least one Data Protection and/or Privacy certification such as, CIPP, CIPT, ISEB, etc., (preferred). Should have 12+ years or relevant legal experience. Experience with US and EU data privacy laws. Experience in healthcare law, particularly HIPAA, is strongly preferred. Should have 5+ years of experience within compliance, legal, audit and/or risk function, with recent experience in privacy compliance. Global privacy experience in a multi-national company (medical device, pharmaceutical, or healthcare preferred) or a global law firm. Experience in developing policy and compliance training.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-14

Associate General Counsel, Privacy and Product

Los Angeles CA Associate General Counsel, Privacy and Product The candidate will collaborate with the company's product and business teams from the initial stages of product development and beyond to identify potential legal risks and provide risk-mitigation counseling. Maintain an up to date understanding of the intersection of global privacy laws and advertising technology, and how the use of cookies, tags, pixels, and other mechanisms customize and personalize digital advertising. Work closely with internal business partners to understand their perspectives, processes, applications, projects and technologies to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and best practices while guiding them to the successful resolution of projects. Educate employees, partners, and clients about current and emerging privacy and data governance issues facing the company and the industry. Collaborate with legal and business team members to improve processes. Should have a J.D. degree from ABA accredited law school. Must be a member in good standing of an applicable state. Should have 8+ years of legal experience. Familiarity with legal issues impacting the digital advertising industry including self-regulatory guidelines, privacy and data governance issues and legislation, consumer protection, and global privacy laws and regulations (such as GDPR, CCPA/CPRA, and other international data protection frameworks). Technology savvy. Experience advising on advertising technology matters preferred. Product review experience a plus. Excellent critical thinking skills and great judgment. Decisive, forward thinking, energetic and accountable, with a strong work ethic. The ability to work well under pressure with diligence, organization, and minimal supervision, and provide practical, business-friendly advice to clients. Ability to boil complex issues down to the bottom line and provide pragmatic advice that can be operationalized. Builds effective relationships inside and outside the company established on trust, respect and confidence. Collaborative work style, with the ability to build consensus, and drive for results. A good sense of humor is appreciated. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-11-07
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Privacy Counsel
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Privacy Counsel The candidate will review and negotiate privacy and data protection terms in contracts with vendors and business partners including collaboration across Legal, Security, HR, and publishing labels. Collaborate with customer support, technology, and data teams for responding to data requests. Assist with maintenance and continued development of privacy program including data diligence, PIAs / DPIAs, policies and procedures, and compliance. Collaborate with colleagues in Take-Two Legal to provide day-to-day privacy and data protection counseling to Take-Two's publishing labels and corporate services including marketing, marketing technology, analytics, product development, and employment with a particular focus on US, UK, and EU. Serve as part of a global team of lawyers, paralegals, and staff helping Take-Two's publishing labels build the most innovative and creative products as efficiently as possible. Should have 5-8 years of in-house or law firm experience working with privacy and data protection. Extensive experience negotiating data processing agreements and privacy and data protection terms in a variety of services, licensing and other commercial agreements. Experience with mobile, advertising technology or digital technology. Experience with PIAs / DPIAs and risk assessments. Experience with incident response. Ability to evaluate sophisticated scenarios and effectively distill information for client team including practical, risk-based recommendations. Strong organizational skills; ability to identify, prioritize, and resolve issues quickly and effectively supporting multiple publishing labels and corporate activities. Common sense, kindness, good humor, and a dedication to teamwork. Collaborative and motivated to find the best approach through consultation with colleagues across the company and through supervision by other in-house counsel. A passion for privacy and data protection considerations within a highly creative, technology-driven, interactive entertainment company. CIPP accreditation is preferred.
 
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Senior Counsel, Privacy Law
Refer job# RDDI171592
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy Law The candidate will act as a key internal point-of-contact and subject matter expert on all matters relating to privacy law, including providing practical, timely, strategic, and high-quality legal advice on data privacy and security matters. Advise members of the legal and business teams on best practices and compliance with U.S. and global data protection laws, including legal and regulatory aspects of data collection and use, privacy disclosures and transparency, consent forms, and related issues. Support and develop the company's privacy program to enable consistent, effective data privacy practices and minimize privacy risk. Provide legal support for the strategic reviewing, drafting, and negotiating of privacy and data security terms in contracts with business partners and vendors, including data processing agreements and data protection terms in clinical research agreements. Provide advice, education, training, and legal direction on data protection laws impacting business operations and contractual relationships. Strategically advise on emerging products and technologies while anticipating and successfully navigating privacy considerations. Provide legal counsel on investigations involving reports of inappropriate or unauthorized access, loss or disclosure of personal data, including advising on potential liability, identifying legal obligations, and supporting incident response efforts. Identify and advise on key legal issues requiring attention from the privacy team, and anticipate potential privacy legal issues within the organization. Provide legal counsel to IT Security, Compliance, and other individuals with privacy and data handling responsibilities in the organization to help set strategy and manage complex privacy matters involving systems and data processing activities.

The candidate should have a JD degree and U.S. state bar membership in good standing.  Should have 8-12 years of experience as a practicing attorney, in-house and/or at a law firm, including at least 7-10 years of direct, hands-on experience providing legal counseling on data privacy and security matters to biotechnology and/or pharmaceutical companies.   CIPP/US certification preferred.  Subject matter expert on requirements of data protection and privacy legal issues that affect the business activities of a research-based biotechnology company, including scientific research involving patient-derived data, clinical trials, patient support services, digital health information, intra- and inter-company business transactions, sales and marketing, and consumer protection; will also serve as a subject matter expert on privacy issues associated with employment and e-discovery. A comprehensive understanding of relevant statutes, regulations and guidance is required, such as comprehensive state privacy laws (e.g., CPRA, VDCPA), California Confidentiality of Medical Information Act (CMIA), state breach notification laws, HIPAA, EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), TCPA, and CAN-SPAM.   Substantial experience assessing legal risks relating to data protection and privacy, and identifying and advising on practical, compliant ways to mitigate those risks. Experience with data loss prevention and cybersecurity events, including forensic investigations, breach notifications, and cybersecurity preparedness. Experience with privacy litigation and enforcement is a plus. Excellent negotiation and communication skills (both oral and written) are a must. Experience and interest in new and emerging technologies, including in the areas of digital health and personalized healthcare. Strong organization and teamwork skills, a strong work ethic, and the ability to multitask and prioritize well, take initiative, lead projects, and work effectively both independently and in collaboration with others.   Detail-oriented, self-motivated, and able to motivate others. A strong commitment to integrity and professionalism and demonstrated passion for excellence.  
 
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Associate Counsel, Data Privacy
Refer job# VKRB171536
 
Associate Counsel, Data Privacy The candidate will work with internal clients and legal colleagues to negotiate data processing agreements, and other privacy-related agreements; contribute to the improvement of standard forms of agreements, alternate language playbooks, and internal resource documents with respect to privacy and data processing matters. Support program updates, expansion, and remediation; assist in managing company compliance with relevant privacy and data protection laws, including implementation of new requirements; help triage and respond to privacy incidents and data subject requests; assist with regulatory and litigation response; help develop and deliver presentations and materials for ongoing privacy awareness. Monitor relevant privacy and data protection laws and enforcement activities to ensure ongoing compliance, track emerging risks and assist with policy creation and other program materials. Assist in the management and completion of data privacy impact assessments, vendor assessments, and other similar assessments intended to support the company's data privacy by design initiatives; support the maintenance of the data inventory, as well as development and intake of new data maps. Assist in the development and implementation of privacy policies and processes; maintain and improve processes and workflows; support maintenance of online privacy policies. Advise the business in assessing and responding to data privacy risks related to relevant functions; advance a positive spirit of solution-oriented partnership and collaboration with internal clients, internal legal colleagues, and outside counsel. Work with tech teams to clarify legal requirements for maintenance of privacy enterprise tool. Help foster a culture of privacy and drive privacy awareness and education.

The candidate should have 3 years of privacy law experience. CIPP/US certification preferred; Working knowledge of U.S. federal, state, and international privacy law, including CCPA, CPRA, GDPR, PIPEDA, online behavioral advertising principles, and breach notification laws. Strong academic credentials and training at a major national law firm; in-house experience is a plus. California bar membership. Approachable and patient with internal clients; with a passion for providing excellent customer service. Ability to work in a dynamic and fast-paced environment, effectively prioritize multiple projects simultaneously under time-sensitive deadlines, and adapt quickly to changing priorities. Strong project management skills with an emphasis on being detail oriented and organized. Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively with cross-functional teams. Enthusiasm for taking on new and additional responsibilities as business and team needs evolve. Passion for continuous learning and professional development, with flexibility and willingness to dive into any projects requiring support.
 
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Privacy And Regulatory Counsel
Refer job# LZDP171516
 
Privacy and Regulatory Counsel The candidate will creatively configure solutions and provide advice for sound product and marketing decisions in view of relevant legal and regulatory requirements and risks. Analyze and provide guidance on evolving laws, rules, regulations, and trends impacting the investment management and financial advisory industries, including: (1) the Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and other related investment-related statutes and regulations, importantly offering guidance in light of the SEC's marketing rules and requirements and (2) other federal and state financial services-related laws, rules and regulations. Review and advise on company materials with respect to legal and regulatory matters for the company's investment advisory and broker-dealer entities. Assist with the development of new lines of business and financial advisory products by (1) embedding yourself in the project and marketing campaign development process (2) working closely and proactively with other team members to identify potential legal and regulatory issues (3) crafting compliant solutions that avoid or minimize inefficient use of product, design and engineering resources and speed product launches and (4) drafting related agreements, policies, procedures and disclosures. Serve as Wealthfront's subject matter legal expert on all privacy issues, including across all aspects of privacy law and regulation. Monitor new and emerging developments in privacy laws and regulations, including identifying potential impacts on current and future Wealthfront's products and services. Interface with outside counsel. Support an extremely fast-moving business with tight deadlines while providing diligent and thorough work products. Other duties as assigned by the General Counsel.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and be licensed to practice in California, or the ability to apply for California's Registered In-House Counsel. Should have 5-7 years of relevant legal experience; in-house or start-up experience preferred; fintech or financial services strongly preferred. Familiarity and experience working with regulated entities and consumer-facing businesses, specifically SEC and FINRA-registered entities. Self-motivated and efficient, with good business judgment and a take ownership  outlook. Creative, with the confidence to present and advocate for the implementation of ideas. Able to participate in developing company-wide strategic and operational goals, and work closely with business units in their operational execution. Able to identify and analyze legal issues, draft key documents, and present clear recommendations. Strong project management skills.
 
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Associate Privacy Counsel
Refer job# ATHQ171447
 
Associate Privacy Counsel The candidate will provide specialist legal advice and subject-matter expertise required to support Firms privacy program and product development. Will partner with innovators through all stages of the product and feature development and commercialization lifecycle, while ensuring compliance with applicable global privacy and security regulations for our diverse suite of products, services and partnerships. Provide specialist consultation and support to key functions, including Product Counsel, Commercial Counsel, Product Development, Trust & Compliance, Security, Public Policy and Marketing/Communications. Provide sound compliance advice based on up-to-date knowledge of relevant data privacy, security regulations and industry guidelines across global markets, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ( HIPAA ), the California Consumer Privacy Act ( CCPA ) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR). Maintain awareness of new laws, enforcement activity and other developments in the privacy domain, manage employee training and drive discussion among key stakeholders across the company to continuously improve organizational privacy practices.

The candidate should have a J.D. or equivalent degree. Must have 5+ years of attorney-level experience. 3+ years of experience with data privacy laws, including HIPAA, CCPA & GDPR is required. Must be admitted to the Bar and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law (e.g., have registered in-house status) in California. Experience advising legal team members and product teams on a wide range of substantive privacy topics, preferably in healthcare or life sciences settings is preferred. Experience negotiating data protection terms in a variety of enterprise agreements based on the U.S. and E.U. privacy frameworks is a plus. Experience designing and implementing compliance programs, policies, and processes is desired. Must have exceptional interpersonal skills, commitment to professionalism and collegiality, flexibility and willingness to work on a broad range of legal matters, and demonstrated ability to complete several simultaneous projects on a deadline. CIPP or similar privacy certification is preferred.
 
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Senior Counsel, Privacy And Data Protection
Refer job# MDFY171480
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy and Data Protection Duties: The candidate will play an immediate and direct role in providing legal support for scaling Circle's product suite, enterprise risk, and compliance functions, and the global privacy and cybersecurity program, advising the company on a wide range of regulatory, compliance, governance, enterprise risk, privacy and cybersecurity matters, contributing to and overseeing a variety of design, implementation and operation objectives, aligning and coordinating priorities and activities with cross-functional stakeholders. We are looking for someone who is highly proactive, accountable, team-oriented, capable of managing multiple competing priorities, and excited to join a lean team that executes on a variety of novel and complex legal issues. Providing support to Circle's global legal operations, risk management efforts and strategic business objectives and priorities. Advising Circle stakeholders on, among other things, comprehensive approaches to a variety of product development initiatives, regulatory compliance and enterprise risk management matters and guidance, implementation and maintenance with respect to crisis management, privacy, data protection and cybersecurity frameworks globally. Collaborating closely with information security, compliance and enterprise risk team members to define scope, engage stakeholders, prioritize and drive execution of key crisis management, privacy compliance, data protection and cybersecurity initiatives. Owning and managing multiple project initiatives, legally compliant process improvements, and workstreams critical to large-scale, complex privacy projects. Conducting privacy impact and risk assessments, and leading adoption of internal privacy principles, ensuring privacy by design into business operations. Providing training, thought leadership, and mentoring worldwide on privacy and cybersecurity consistent with Circle's related policies, standards and procedures. Conducting, overseeing and providing support in connection with internal investigations. Proactively identifying a variety of compliance risk areas and strategies to mitigate them.

Qualifications: A JD (or foreign equivalent degree) and active membership in at least one US State Bar. Prior in-house experience for at least 5 years a must, including public traded companies. Should have 15+ of legal experience with strong knowledge. Development and management of an effective global privacy and cybersecurity program, including relevant laws, regulations, and industry standards, ideally in a financial services environment. Privacy laws and issues in relation to evolving technology, preferably in the cryptocurrency and blockchain ecosystem. Broad product development and compliance experience ideally in crypto/fintech, including implementation of enterprise risk management standards and Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) tools and systems. Experience working with and presenting to diverse, cross-functional teams and senior leadership. CIPP certification is strongly preferred. Experience/familiarity with Slack, Apple MacOS and GSuite.
 
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Associate Privacy Counsel
Refer job# PCUK171500
 
Associate Privacy Counsel The candidate will provide specialist legal advice and subject-matter expertise required to support Firms privacy program and product development. Will partner with innovators through all stages of the product and feature development and commercialization lifecycle, while ensuring compliance with applicable global privacy and security regulations for our diverse suite of products, services and partnerships. Provide specialist consultation and support to key functions, including Product Counsel, Commercial Counsel, Product Development, Trust & Compliance, Security, Public Policy and Marketing/Communications. Provide sound compliance advice based on up-to-date knowledge of relevant data privacy, security regulations and industry guidelines across global markets, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ( HIPAA ), the California Consumer Privacy Act ( CCPA ) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR). Maintain awareness of new laws, enforcement activity and other developments in the privacy domain, manage employee training and drive discussion among key stakeholders across the company to continuously improve organizational privacy practices.

The candidate should have a J.D. or equivalent degree. Must have 5+ years of attorney-level experience. 3+ years of experience with data privacy laws, including HIPAA, CCPA & GDPR is required. Must be admitted to the Bar and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law (e.g., have registered in-house status) in California. Experience advising legal team members and product teams on a wide range of substantive privacy topics, preferably in healthcare or life sciences settings is preferred. Experience negotiating data protection terms in a variety of enterprise agreements based on the U.S. and E.U. privacy frameworks is a plus. Experience designing and implementing compliance programs, policies, and processes is desired. Must have exceptional interpersonal skills, commitment to professionalism and collegiality, flexibility and willingness to work on a broad range of legal matters, and demonstrated ability to complete several simultaneous projects on a deadline. CIPP or similar privacy certification is preferred.
 
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Associate Director, Privacy Counsel
Refer job# MQVM171345
 
Associate Director, Privacy Counsel The candidate will counsel and collaborate with multiple internal clients across Illumina to advise on applicable data privacy law issues. Provide counsel related to advanced and cutting-edge data use as well as data mapping, classification, and related data management and governance. Partner with product leaders to develop and drive a holistic privacy strategy across products. Develop and implement principles and frameworks for building privacy and other responsible innovation topics into the product development process. Work with product leadership to identify, escalate, and resolve tension between product objectives and privacy principles. Help establish and direct long-term goals of product and engineering teams as they relate to privacy. Collaborate with IT, products and software teams to ensure all systems and procedures comply with all relevant data privacy law, regulation and policy, including in relation to the retention and destruction of data. Draft, negotiate, and interpret privacy, security and data use and protection terms in contracts and disclosures, including Data Protection Addendums and Intra Company Agreements, consistent with strategy and goals. Assist in maintaining onward data transfer mechanisms such as Standard Contractual Clauses and other applicable mechanisms. Review issues related to Incident Response, customer security questionnaires and security certifications. Develop and review Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs) and other internal privacy and data security assessments. Review issues related to local marketing and data analytics initiatives. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Legal Department as a privacy subject matter expert. Stay abreast of, and communicate clearly to non-lawyers, changes to or developments in privacy and data protection laws and regulations and their impact on business operations. Promote effective work practices, work as a team member, and show respect for co-workers. Identify opportunities for organizational growth and drive creative and scalable improvements.

The candidate should have a law degree from an ABA-accredited law school with exceptional academic credentials and be a member of a state bar in good standing. Hold at least one Data Protection and/or Privacy certification such as, CIPP, CIPT, ISEB, etc., (preferred). Should have 12+ years or relevant legal experience. Experience with US and EU data privacy laws. Experience in healthcare law, particularly HIPAA, is strongly preferred. Should have 5+ years of experience within compliance, legal, audit and/or risk function, with recent experience in privacy compliance. Global privacy experience in a multi-national company (medical device, pharmaceutical, or healthcare preferred) or a global law firm. Experience in developing policy and compliance training.
 
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Associate Director, Privacy Counsel
Refer job# RPIA171347
 
Associate Director, Privacy Counsel The candidate will counsel and collaborate with multiple internal clients across Illumina to advise on applicable data privacy law issues. Provide counsel related to advanced and cutting-edge data use as well as data mapping, classification, and related data management and governance. Partner with product leaders to develop and drive a holistic privacy strategy across products. Develop and implement principles and frameworks for building privacy and other responsible innovation topics into the product development process. Work with product leadership to identify, escalate, and resolve tension between product objectives and privacy principles. Help establish and direct long-term goals of product and engineering teams as they relate to privacy. Collaborate with IT, products and software teams to ensure all systems and procedures comply with all relevant data privacy law, regulation and policy, including in relation to the retention and destruction of data. Draft, negotiate, and interpret privacy, security and data use and protection terms in contracts and disclosures, including Data Protection Addendums and Intra Company Agreements, consistent with strategy and goals. Assist in maintaining onward data transfer mechanisms such as Standard Contractual Clauses and other applicable mechanisms. Review issues related to Incident Response, customer security questionnaires and security certifications. Develop and review Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs) and other internal privacy and data security assessments. Review issues related to local marketing and data analytics initiatives. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Legal Department as a privacy subject matter expert. Stay abreast of, and communicate clearly to non-lawyers, changes to or developments in privacy and data protection laws and regulations and their impact on business operations. Promote effective work practices, work as a team member, and show respect for co-workers. Identify opportunities for organizational growth and drive creative and scalable improvements.

The candidate should have a law degree from an ABA-accredited law school with exceptional academic credentials and be a member of a state bar in good standing. Hold at least one Data Protection and/or Privacy certification such as, CIPP, CIPT, ISEB, etc., (preferred). Should have 12+ years or relevant legal experience. Experience with US and EU data privacy laws. Experience in healthcare law, particularly HIPAA, is strongly preferred. Should have 5+ years of experience within compliance, legal, audit and/or risk function, with recent experience in privacy compliance. Global privacy experience in a multi-national company (medical device, pharmaceutical, or healthcare preferred) or a global law firm. Experience in developing policy and compliance training.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Privacy and Product
Refer job# HJZU171282
 
Associate General Counsel, Privacy and Product The candidate will collaborate with the company's product and business teams from the initial stages of product development and beyond to identify potential legal risks and provide risk-mitigation counseling. Maintain an up to date understanding of the intersection of global privacy laws and advertising technology, and how the use of cookies, tags, pixels, and other mechanisms customize and personalize digital advertising. Work closely with internal business partners to understand their perspectives, processes, applications, projects and technologies to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and best practices while guiding them to the successful resolution of projects. Educate employees, partners, and clients about current and emerging privacy and data governance issues facing the company and the industry. Collaborate with legal and business team members to improve processes. Should have a J.D. degree from ABA accredited law school. Must be a member in good standing of an applicable state. Should have 8+ years of legal experience. Familiarity with legal issues impacting the digital advertising industry including self-regulatory guidelines, privacy and data governance issues and legislation, consumer protection, and global privacy laws and regulations (such as GDPR, CCPA/CPRA, and other international data protection frameworks). Technology savvy. Experience advising on advertising technology matters preferred. Product review experience a plus. Excellent critical thinking skills and great judgment. Decisive, forward thinking, energetic and accountable, with a strong work ethic. The ability to work well under pressure with diligence, organization, and minimal supervision, and provide practical, business-friendly advice to clients. Ability to boil complex issues down to the bottom line and provide pragmatic advice that can be operationalized. Builds effective relationships inside and outside the company established on trust, respect and confidence. Collaborative work style, with the ability to build consensus, and drive for results. A good sense of humor is appreciated.
 
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