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Director And Associate General Counsel, Privacy Law

South San Francisco CA Director and Associate General Counsel, Privacy Law Responsibilities: Lead the development, implementation, and maintenance of a comprehensive privacy program in accordance with applicable laws to enable consistent, effective data privacy practices, to minimize privacy risk and to ensure the confidentiality of personal data. Develop and implement training to foster awareness of data privacy requirements. Counsel on privacy risk assessments/analysis, mitigation, and remediation. Counsel on investigations involving reports of inappropriate or unauthorized access, loss or disclosure of personal data. Monitor privacy trends in data protection and privacy laws and regulations (e.g., evolving guidance out of the European Union, California Privacy Act, CAN-SPAM and e-privacy developments), and anticipate, develop and implement strategies to shape the external privacy landscape to enable the company to advance its mission in support of the research and development of innovative medicines and personalized health care. Work collaboratively with Roche s Chief Privacy Officer and other leaders across the Roche Group to assure coordination of efforts, to share knowledge, and to share best practices relating to data protection and privacy. Partner with Compliance Office to regularly assess the effectiveness of our privacy program, perform periodic privacy risk assessments, and assist with the implementation of corrective action plans. Counsel Security, Information Technology (IT), the Chief Compliance Officer 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 handling and processing activities. Collaborate with Business Development, transactions and contracting teams to counsel on and address data privacy issues with third parties.

Requirements: A JD degree and U.S. state bar membership in good standing are required. Must have 10+ years of experience as a practicing attorney, in-house and/or at a law firm, including 4+ years of direct, hands-on experience providing legal counseling on data protection and privacy issues to biotechnology and/or pharmaceutical companies. CIPP certification preferred. Must be a subject matter expert on requirements of data protection and privacy 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; will also serve as a subject matter expert on privacy issues associated with employee benefits and e-discovery. Must have substantial experience assessing legal risks relating to data protection and privacy, and identifying and advising on practical, compliant ways to mitigate such risks. Demonstrated excellent leadership ability and experience managing teams of employees, business acumen, and communication skills also are required for this role. Must have experience working with senior-level stakeholders and achieving results through influence and collaboration. Comprehensive understanding of relevant statutes, regulations and guidance is required, such as the California Consumer Privacy Act, California Confidentiality of Medical Information Act, other state privacy laws and breach notification requirements, HIPAA, GDPR, and preferably consumer protection laws like TCPA, COPPA, and CAN-SPAM. Relationships with other privacy experts in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry is a plus, as well as experience working with government data protection authorities.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Associate General Counsel, Privacy

Los Angeles CA Associate General Counsel, Privacy The candidate will work on company's legal privacy team and advise the company on a range of privacy, data protection and security-related legal and compliance initiatives. Will develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and protection laws (including state and federal consumer protection and privacy laws, GDPR and other global privacy laws) and advise on the impact of the same on company's business. Assist product lawyers in evaluating the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on product features. Support members of the legal, business, and policy teams on privacy and security-related legal matters, including areas related to partnerships, acquisitions, integrations, and other business development opportunities. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across company's business, policy, legal, communications, security, and other departments. Develop regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiatives and maintain company's ongoing privacy-by-design processes. Help draft and oversee the development and management of company's (and its affiliates') terms and data policies across the full range of company's different products. Help to develop and conduct general and role-specific privacy trainings across company. Manage internal privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure we meet obligations under those programs. Assist product lawyers in evaluating the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on product features. There may be opportunities to manage a team of counsel within the company's Privacy team.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 8+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or prior in-house experience with Internet or technology companies (applicable litigation, regulatory, or product counseling will be considered). Business judgment and client counseling experience is required. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment is needed. Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially including those relevant for social media and Internet companies, is preferred.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-20

Counsel IV - Privacy

San Francisco CA Counsel IV - Privacy The candidate will work closely with company's Global Privacy Office on a variety of state, federal and global privacy issues. Will provide privacy legal support to other attorneys in the legal department who represent and counsel key internal business units across company such as: community banking; consumer lending; payments, virtual solutions, and innovation; wealth and investment management; and wholesale banking. Assess risk in telemarketing, email marketing, affiliate sharing, secondary use of consumer reports, credit scores, fraud scores, and other model-based scores, and adverse action. Support business groups in marketing campaigns, prescreened offers, affiliate sharing arrangements, cross-selling, joint marketing relationships, and advertising that use or collect personal consumer information. Be proficient with online and mobile privacy laws, including consumer notice and disclosure requirements. Draft and analyze customer terms and conditions, contracts with third parties, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy and the FCRA. Analyze legislation and proposed regulations, and guide businesses in operational and practical impact and implications; be a prolific communicator and advocate in legislative developments and regulatory rulemaking. Represent company where appropriate and beneficial in industry trade groups. Advise risk managers and compliance managers in the above areas and support them in the development of practical processes that control risk and ensure compliance. Gather information in a fast-paced business environment, understand business needs and goals, and work with intensity toward effective, practical, and timely legal solutions.

The candidate must have active State Bar membership. Must have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney OR 6+ years of experience as a practicing attorney and 2+ years of legal-related experience in one or a combination of the following areas: risk, compliance, contracts, government, regulatory, financial services, or technology. Should preferably have 10+ years of relevant legal experience (as described above) working in a financial services corporate law department or law firm. Extensive experience conducting research and providing counsel and guidance regarding complex legal issues is desired. Should have in-depth knowledge of, and experience analyzing and applying, state, federal, and global laws and corporate policies related to privacy, especially financial privacy, including state laws and regulations related to telemarketing and email marketing. Should also have in-depth knowledge and experience analyzing and applying laws, regulations and corporate policies related to: the FCRA and its application to financial institutions, including requirements added to the FCRA by the FACT Act; privacy laws, including GLBA and state privacy laws (e.g., CCPA); and FCC and FTC consumer privacy rules, including TCPA and UDAAP. Must have strong contract drafting skills, including significant experience: structuring, negotiating and drafting contracts involving U.S. and global (e.g., GDPR) privacy matters; creating and maintaining contract templates and playbooks to mitigate legal and business risk, and to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of legal contract support; and building strong relationships with clients to ensure the contracting process generates positive client experiences and goodwill. Experience analyzing laws, contract terms and conditions, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy, consumer credit reporting, telemarketing, and email marketing is required. Experience researching, analyzing, and advising on global privacy laws is needed. Should be familiar with laws related to e-commerce, mobile commerce, and information security. Must have solid experience educating, advising, and counseling senior levels of management. Ability to analyze legal and regulatory issues in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters is preferred. Knowledge of legal, technical and operational issues affecting an enterprise records management program is desired. Knowledge and experience with consumer and commercial banking laws is an asset. Should be accustomed to working with global operations and risk management teams in a multinational corporate environment across diverse time zones. Application Deadline: April 15, 2020.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-18

Counsel III - Privacy

San Francisco CA Counsel III - Privacy The candidate will work closely with company's Global Privacy Office on a variety of state, federal and global privacy issues. Will provide privacy legal support to other attorneys in the Legal Department who represent and counsel key internal business units across company such as: Community Banking; Consumer Lending; Payments, Virtual Solutions, and Innovation; Wealth and Investment Management; and Wholesale Banking. Assess risk in telemarketing, email marketing, affiliate sharing, secondary use of consumer reports, credit scores, fraud scores, and other model-based scores, and adverse action. Support business groups in marketing campaigns, prescreened offers, affiliate sharing arrangements, cross-selling, joint marketing relationships, and advertising that use or collect personal consumer information. Draft and analyze customer terms and conditions, contracts with third parties, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy and the FCRA. Analyze legislation and proposed regulations, and guide businesses in operational and practical impact and implications; be a prolific communicator and advocate in legislative developments and regulatory rulemaking; and represent company where appropriate and beneficial in industry trade groups. Work with global operations and risk management teams in a multinational corporate environment across diverse time zones. Advise risk managers and compliance managers in the above areas and support them in the development of practical processes that control risk and ensure compliance.

The candidate should have active State Bar membership and 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Should preferably have 6+ years of relevant legal experience working in a financial services corporate law department or law firm. Must have in-depth knowledge of, and experience analyzing and applying, state, federal, and global laws and corporate policies related to privacy, especially financial privacy, including state laws and regulations related to telemarketing and email marketing. Should also have in-depth knowledge and experience analyzing and applying laws, regulations and corporate policies related to: the FCRA and its application to financial institutions, including requirements added to the FCRA by the FACT Act; privacy laws, including GLBA and state privacy laws (e.g., CCPA); and FCC and FTC consumer privacy rules, including TCPA and UDAAP. Must be proficient with online and mobile privacy laws, including consumer notice and disclosure requirements. Should also have experience analyzing laws, contract terms and conditions, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy, consumer credit reporting, telemarketing, and email marketing. Should have experience researching, analyzing, and advising on global privacy laws. Must be familiar with laws related to e-commerce, mobile commerce, and information security. Should have solid experience educating, advising, and counseling senior levels of management. Ability to analyze legal and regulatory issues in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters is desired. Extensive experience conducting research and providing counsel and guidance regarding complex legal issues is ideal. Knowledge of legal, technical and operational issues affecting an enterprise records management program is an asset. Knowledge and experience with consumer and commercial banking laws is a plus. Application Deadline: April 12, 2020.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-15

Corporate Counsel, Technology, Litigation, Product & Privacy

San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel, Technology, Litigation, Product & Privacy The candidate will provide advice and expertise on global privacy and data protection laws with a focus on the United States. Ensure that contractual privacy, intellectual property and compliance provisions are consistent with best practices and positions. Develop materials for and deliver engaging trainings, Design and implement process improvements, including creation and updates of legal templates and procedures, Active and strategic management of a diverse and wide range of litigation and pre-litigation matters. Management of all aspects of outside counsel relationships, including staffing, litigation strategy, budgets, work product, discovery. Structure, draft, and negotiate complex transaction and licensing agreements. Negotiate vendor cloud, software, hardware, and digital advertising agreements. Support Business Development and Engineering teams. Other duties as assigned. Should have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar, 3+ years of relevant commercial transactions experience including professional exposure to privacy and IP ideally in education, fintech, and consumer internet issues that include privacy and security. Experience managing projects from inception to execution. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-14

Legal Counsel - Privacy And Security

San Francisco CA Legal Counsel - Privacy And Security The candidates responsibilities include: Investigate and assess privacy and security incidents, conduct incident analysis, determine legal responsibilities, advise on necessary and recommended responses, and provide guidance on mitigation and remediation efforts. Assist in responses to global regulatory investigations concerning privacy or security-related matters. Work closely with Company Security teams to analyze and discuss potential security risks and regulatory requirements. Collaborate with Company legal team, relevant internal partners, outside counsel, third party vendors, and regulators related to privacy and security incidents and general security matters. Manage the development, maintenance and compliance activities related to Adobe's privacy incident response program, as well as working with Security teams on security policies, standards, and procedures. Collaborate on and help drive key corporate privacy and security initiatives. Work with cross-functional team members on projects to improve processes and increase scalability. Assist with managing outside counsel advice for domestic and global privacy and security projects. J.D. degree and membership in one state bar preferred. 3+ years of relevant incident response experience, including prior in-house or law firm experience is required. Strong understanding and experience with domestic and global breach notification laws. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-14

Privacy Counsel

San Francisco CA Privacy Counsel The candidate will help craft and drive the debate on privacy, big data, AI, IoT (and many more acronyms). Will partner with the Engineering, Product, Design, Security, and Corporate teams to assess potential privacy and security risks and regulatory requirements related to company's use of vendors, marketing and sales activities, and employee matters. Provide strategic advice to address privacy and security risks while supporting product innovation. Conduct privacy assessments of business initiatives, lead privacy compliance documentation and support compliance certifications. Assist in developing and maintaining privacy policies and procedures as well as fact sheets and other communications materials. Collaborate with internal business partners on the review of company products, services, and initiatives to assess legal compliance and provide practical advice. Assist corporate, product, and marketing teams with developing marketing strategies and collateral to tell our privacy story. Review/draft a variety of agreements related to data, privacy and security, including vendor and customer agreements. Help develop standard practices related to company customer experience, including addressing customer questions about company's privacy policies and practices. Should have a J.D. degree. Membership in at least one State Bar is preferred. Must have 3-5 years of relevant privacy experience, including prior in-house or law firm experience. Familiarity and interest in new media and emerging digital technologies is required. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-03-14

Principal Counsel-Privacy

Burbank CA Principal Counsel-Privacy Responsibilities: Manage input from privacy team in contract negotiations with internal and external data partners regarding data security and data management. Drive development and implementation of legal requirements for data security/cybersecurity and data breach response globally, working together with information security and incident response. Liaise with global information security operations. Develop and support worldwide employee privacy program. Monitor and validate coverage and effectiveness of privacy advice and its implementation. Manage and review privacy assessments and privacy advice given. Support company response to major consumer privacy initiatives. Direct client contact in several business segments.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited law school required. Membership in the California Bar or willingness and qualification to be Registered In-House Counsel. 8+ years of experience in strategic roles in government, corporate or professional services settings and an understanding of technology and its potential impact on information privacy and security. Knowledge of data security, incident response, and cybersecurity, as well as global privacy and data management policy issues, trends and initiatives. Preferred: Specialized experience in the following areas a plus: Assessing privacy and security risks in information systems, Internet-based products and services, and new technologies. Developing and implementing privacy and data security policies and procedures. Monitoring legal compliance with privacy and security requirements. Cybersecurity, data security and incident response. Implementing new and emerging global legal and regulatory requirements for privacy and data security.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-11

Privacy Counsel

Culver City CA Privacy Counsel The candidate will work directly with business and engineering teams to design innovative privacy solutions for products as well as across the legal department on Apple activities and regulatory issues. Will work directly with key members of the business, engineering, and legal teams on a variety of cutting edge projects including: product design reviews; projects supporting compliance and auditing frameworks, including in relation to GDPR and CCPA; advising on privacy aspects of licensing and procurement deals and corporate acquisitions; and assisting with drafting of policies and procedures relating to privacy laws.

The candidate should have a B.A. and J.D. degree with 7-10 years of experience in privacy. Excellent academic credentials are required. Privacy experience as an associate at a top-tier law firm or business is needed. In-house experience is a plus.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2020-03-09

Director and Associate General Counsel, AR/VR Privacy

Menlo Park CA Director and Associate General Counsel, AR/VR Privacy The candidate will advise on a range of privacy and data protection legal and compliance initiatives relating to augmented reality and virtual reality. Will serve as a legal expert on the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal and industry developments involving privacy. Assist AR/VR team in evaluating impact of privacy laws, regulatory obligations and guidance on ARVR products and services, including Oculus and Portal devices, platforms, and experiences. Support the development and management of terms and policies for ARVR products and services. Help develop strategic strategy related to privacy, including regulatory engagement. Work with policy and legal team to develop regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiatives. Coordinate with cross-functional stakeholders on multi-disciplinary issues.

The candidate should have J.D. (or foreign equivalent) with membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. Must have 12+ years of legal experience, including people management. Should have experience advising clients on legal issues related to privacy and data use, including the collection, use, storage and disclosure of personal information. Experience with emerging technologies and hardware devices is preferred. Knowledge and application of international privacy and data use regulations is plus.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-07
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Director And Associate General Counsel, Privacy Law
Refer job# AHKO149002
 
Director and Associate General Counsel, Privacy Law Responsibilities: Lead the development, implementation, and maintenance of a comprehensive privacy program in accordance with applicable laws to enable consistent, effective data privacy practices, to minimize privacy risk and to ensure the confidentiality of personal data. Develop and implement training to foster awareness of data privacy requirements. Counsel on privacy risk assessments/analysis, mitigation, and remediation. Counsel on investigations involving reports of inappropriate or unauthorized access, loss or disclosure of personal data. Monitor privacy trends in data protection and privacy laws and regulations (e.g., evolving guidance out of the European Union, California Privacy Act, CAN-SPAM and e-privacy developments), and anticipate, develop and implement strategies to shape the external privacy landscape to enable the company to advance its mission in support of the research and development of innovative medicines and personalized health care. Work collaboratively with Roche s Chief Privacy Officer and other leaders across the Roche Group to assure coordination of efforts, to share knowledge, and to share best practices relating to data protection and privacy. Partner with Compliance Office to regularly assess the effectiveness of our privacy program, perform periodic privacy risk assessments, and assist with the implementation of corrective action plans. Counsel Security, Information Technology (IT), the Chief Compliance Officer 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 handling and processing activities. Collaborate with Business Development, transactions and contracting teams to counsel on and address data privacy issues with third parties.

Requirements: A JD degree and U.S. state bar membership in good standing are required. Must have 10+ years of experience as a practicing attorney, in-house and/or at a law firm, including 4+ years of direct, hands-on experience providing legal counseling on data protection and privacy issues to biotechnology and/or pharmaceutical companies. CIPP certification preferred. Must be a subject matter expert on requirements of data protection and privacy 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; will also serve as a subject matter expert on privacy issues associated with employee benefits and e-discovery. Must have substantial experience assessing legal risks relating to data protection and privacy, and identifying and advising on practical, compliant ways to mitigate such risks. Demonstrated excellent leadership ability and experience managing teams of employees, business acumen, and communication skills also are required for this role. Must have experience working with senior-level stakeholders and achieving results through influence and collaboration. Comprehensive understanding of relevant statutes, regulations and guidance is required, such as the California Consumer Privacy Act, California Confidentiality of Medical Information Act, other state privacy laws and breach notification requirements, HIPAA, GDPR, and preferably consumer protection laws like TCPA, COPPA, and CAN-SPAM. Relationships with other privacy experts in the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry is a plus, as well as experience working with government data protection authorities.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# ZIAQ148951
 
Associate General Counsel, Privacy The candidate will work on company's legal privacy team and advise the company on a range of privacy, data protection and security-related legal and compliance initiatives. Will develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and protection laws (including state and federal consumer protection and privacy laws, GDPR and other global privacy laws) and advise on the impact of the same on company's business. Assist product lawyers in evaluating the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on product features. Support members of the legal, business, and policy teams on privacy and security-related legal matters, including areas related to partnerships, acquisitions, integrations, and other business development opportunities. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across company's business, policy, legal, communications, security, and other departments. Develop regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiatives and maintain company's ongoing privacy-by-design processes. Help draft and oversee the development and management of company's (and its affiliates') terms and data policies across the full range of company's different products. Help to develop and conduct general and role-specific privacy trainings across company. Manage internal privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure we meet obligations under those programs. Assist product lawyers in evaluating the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on product features. There may be opportunities to manage a team of counsel within the company's Privacy team.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US State Bar. Must have 8+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or prior in-house experience with Internet or technology companies (applicable litigation, regulatory, or product counseling will be considered). Business judgment and client counseling experience is required. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment is needed. Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially including those relevant for social media and Internet companies, is preferred.
 
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Counsel IV - Privacy
Refer job# OENA148914
 
Counsel IV - Privacy The candidate will work closely with company's Global Privacy Office on a variety of state, federal and global privacy issues. Will provide privacy legal support to other attorneys in the legal department who represent and counsel key internal business units across company such as: community banking; consumer lending; payments, virtual solutions, and innovation; wealth and investment management; and wholesale banking. Assess risk in telemarketing, email marketing, affiliate sharing, secondary use of consumer reports, credit scores, fraud scores, and other model-based scores, and adverse action. Support business groups in marketing campaigns, prescreened offers, affiliate sharing arrangements, cross-selling, joint marketing relationships, and advertising that use or collect personal consumer information. Be proficient with online and mobile privacy laws, including consumer notice and disclosure requirements. Draft and analyze customer terms and conditions, contracts with third parties, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy and the FCRA. Analyze legislation and proposed regulations, and guide businesses in operational and practical impact and implications; be a prolific communicator and advocate in legislative developments and regulatory rulemaking. Represent company where appropriate and beneficial in industry trade groups. Advise risk managers and compliance managers in the above areas and support them in the development of practical processes that control risk and ensure compliance. Gather information in a fast-paced business environment, understand business needs and goals, and work with intensity toward effective, practical, and timely legal solutions.

The candidate must have active State Bar membership. Must have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney OR 6+ years of experience as a practicing attorney and 2+ years of legal-related experience in one or a combination of the following areas: risk, compliance, contracts, government, regulatory, financial services, or technology. Should preferably have 10+ years of relevant legal experience (as described above) working in a financial services corporate law department or law firm. Extensive experience conducting research and providing counsel and guidance regarding complex legal issues is desired. Should have in-depth knowledge of, and experience analyzing and applying, state, federal, and global laws and corporate policies related to privacy, especially financial privacy, including state laws and regulations related to telemarketing and email marketing. Should also have in-depth knowledge and experience analyzing and applying laws, regulations and corporate policies related to: the FCRA and its application to financial institutions, including requirements added to the FCRA by the FACT Act; privacy laws, including GLBA and state privacy laws (e.g., CCPA); and FCC and FTC consumer privacy rules, including TCPA and UDAAP. Must have strong contract drafting skills, including significant experience: structuring, negotiating and drafting contracts involving U.S. and global (e.g., GDPR) privacy matters; creating and maintaining contract templates and playbooks to mitigate legal and business risk, and to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of legal contract support; and building strong relationships with clients to ensure the contracting process generates positive client experiences and goodwill. Experience analyzing laws, contract terms and conditions, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy, consumer credit reporting, telemarketing, and email marketing is required. Experience researching, analyzing, and advising on global privacy laws is needed. Should be familiar with laws related to e-commerce, mobile commerce, and information security. Must have solid experience educating, advising, and counseling senior levels of management. Ability to analyze legal and regulatory issues in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters is preferred. Knowledge of legal, technical and operational issues affecting an enterprise records management program is desired. Knowledge and experience with consumer and commercial banking laws is an asset. Should be accustomed to working with global operations and risk management teams in a multinational corporate environment across diverse time zones. Application Deadline: April 15, 2020.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Counsel III - Privacy
Refer job# OYOX148886
 
Counsel III - Privacy The candidate will work closely with company's Global Privacy Office on a variety of state, federal and global privacy issues. Will provide privacy legal support to other attorneys in the Legal Department who represent and counsel key internal business units across company such as: Community Banking; Consumer Lending; Payments, Virtual Solutions, and Innovation; Wealth and Investment Management; and Wholesale Banking. Assess risk in telemarketing, email marketing, affiliate sharing, secondary use of consumer reports, credit scores, fraud scores, and other model-based scores, and adverse action. Support business groups in marketing campaigns, prescreened offers, affiliate sharing arrangements, cross-selling, joint marketing relationships, and advertising that use or collect personal consumer information. Draft and analyze customer terms and conditions, contracts with third parties, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy and the FCRA. Analyze legislation and proposed regulations, and guide businesses in operational and practical impact and implications; be a prolific communicator and advocate in legislative developments and regulatory rulemaking; and represent company where appropriate and beneficial in industry trade groups. Work with global operations and risk management teams in a multinational corporate environment across diverse time zones. Advise risk managers and compliance managers in the above areas and support them in the development of practical processes that control risk and ensure compliance.

The candidate should have active State Bar membership and 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Should preferably have 6+ years of relevant legal experience working in a financial services corporate law department or law firm. Must have in-depth knowledge of, and experience analyzing and applying, state, federal, and global laws and corporate policies related to privacy, especially financial privacy, including state laws and regulations related to telemarketing and email marketing. Should also have in-depth knowledge and experience analyzing and applying laws, regulations and corporate policies related to: the FCRA and its application to financial institutions, including requirements added to the FCRA by the FACT Act; privacy laws, including GLBA and state privacy laws (e.g., CCPA); and FCC and FTC consumer privacy rules, including TCPA and UDAAP. Must be proficient with online and mobile privacy laws, including consumer notice and disclosure requirements. Should also have experience analyzing laws, contract terms and conditions, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy, consumer credit reporting, telemarketing, and email marketing. Should have experience researching, analyzing, and advising on global privacy laws. Must be familiar with laws related to e-commerce, mobile commerce, and information security. Should have solid experience educating, advising, and counseling senior levels of management. Ability to analyze legal and regulatory issues in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters is desired. Extensive experience conducting research and providing counsel and guidance regarding complex legal issues is ideal. Knowledge of legal, technical and operational issues affecting an enterprise records management program is an asset. Knowledge and experience with consumer and commercial banking laws is a plus. Application Deadline: April 12, 2020.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Technology, Litigation, Product & Privacy
Refer job# JZSO148860
 
Corporate Counsel, Technology, Litigation, Product & Privacy The candidate will provide advice and expertise on global privacy and data protection laws with a focus on the United States. Ensure that contractual privacy, intellectual property and compliance provisions are consistent with best practices and positions. Develop materials for and deliver engaging trainings, Design and implement process improvements, including creation and updates of legal templates and procedures, Active and strategic management of a diverse and wide range of litigation and pre-litigation matters. Management of all aspects of outside counsel relationships, including staffing, litigation strategy, budgets, work product, discovery. Structure, draft, and negotiate complex transaction and licensing agreements. Negotiate vendor cloud, software, hardware, and digital advertising agreements. Support Business Development and Engineering teams. Other duties as assigned. Should have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar, 3+ years of relevant commercial transactions experience including professional exposure to privacy and IP ideally in education, fintech, and consumer internet issues that include privacy and security. Experience managing projects from inception to execution.
 
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Legal Counsel - Privacy And Security
Refer job# XXSO148861
 
Legal Counsel - Privacy And Security The candidates responsibilities include: Investigate and assess privacy and security incidents, conduct incident analysis, determine legal responsibilities, advise on necessary and recommended responses, and provide guidance on mitigation and remediation efforts. Assist in responses to global regulatory investigations concerning privacy or security-related matters. Work closely with Company Security teams to analyze and discuss potential security risks and regulatory requirements. Collaborate with Company legal team, relevant internal partners, outside counsel, third party vendors, and regulators related to privacy and security incidents and general security matters. Manage the development, maintenance and compliance activities related to Adobe's privacy incident response program, as well as working with Security teams on security policies, standards, and procedures. Collaborate on and help drive key corporate privacy and security initiatives. Work with cross-functional team members on projects to improve processes and increase scalability. Assist with managing outside counsel advice for domestic and global privacy and security projects. J.D. degree and membership in one state bar preferred. 3+ years of relevant incident response experience, including prior in-house or law firm experience is required. Strong understanding and experience with domestic and global breach notification laws.
 
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Privacy Counsel
Refer job# MYSP148864
 
Privacy Counsel The candidate will help craft and drive the debate on privacy, big data, AI, IoT (and many more acronyms). Will partner with the Engineering, Product, Design, Security, and Corporate teams to assess potential privacy and security risks and regulatory requirements related to company's use of vendors, marketing and sales activities, and employee matters. Provide strategic advice to address privacy and security risks while supporting product innovation. Conduct privacy assessments of business initiatives, lead privacy compliance documentation and support compliance certifications. Assist in developing and maintaining privacy policies and procedures as well as fact sheets and other communications materials. Collaborate with internal business partners on the review of company products, services, and initiatives to assess legal compliance and provide practical advice. Assist corporate, product, and marketing teams with developing marketing strategies and collateral to tell our privacy story. Review/draft a variety of agreements related to data, privacy and security, including vendor and customer agreements. Help develop standard practices related to company customer experience, including addressing customer questions about company's privacy policies and practices. Should have a J.D. degree. Membership in at least one State Bar is preferred. Must have 3-5 years of relevant privacy experience, including prior in-house or law firm experience. Familiarity and interest in new media and emerging digital technologies is required.
 
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Principal Counsel-Privacy
Refer job# RBOV148831
 
Principal Counsel-Privacy Responsibilities: Manage input from privacy team in contract negotiations with internal and external data partners regarding data security and data management. Drive development and implementation of legal requirements for data security/cybersecurity and data breach response globally, working together with information security and incident response. Liaise with global information security operations. Develop and support worldwide employee privacy program. Monitor and validate coverage and effectiveness of privacy advice and its implementation. Manage and review privacy assessments and privacy advice given. Support company response to major consumer privacy initiatives. Direct client contact in several business segments.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited law school required. Membership in the California Bar or willingness and qualification to be Registered In-House Counsel. 8+ years of experience in strategic roles in government, corporate or professional services settings and an understanding of technology and its potential impact on information privacy and security. Knowledge of data security, incident response, and cybersecurity, as well as global privacy and data management policy issues, trends and initiatives. Preferred: Specialized experience in the following areas a plus: Assessing privacy and security risks in information systems, Internet-based products and services, and new technologies. Developing and implementing privacy and data security policies and procedures. Monitoring legal compliance with privacy and security requirements. Cybersecurity, data security and incident response. Implementing new and emerging global legal and regulatory requirements for privacy and data security.
 
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Privacy Counsel
Refer job# QSKL148807
 
Privacy Counsel The candidate will work directly with business and engineering teams to design innovative privacy solutions for products as well as across the legal department on Apple activities and regulatory issues. Will work directly with key members of the business, engineering, and legal teams on a variety of cutting edge projects including: product design reviews; projects supporting compliance and auditing frameworks, including in relation to GDPR and CCPA; advising on privacy aspects of licensing and procurement deals and corporate acquisitions; and assisting with drafting of policies and procedures relating to privacy laws.

The candidate should have a B.A. and J.D. degree with 7-10 years of experience in privacy. Excellent academic credentials are required. Privacy experience as an associate at a top-tier law firm or business is needed. In-house experience is a plus.
 
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Director and Associate General Counsel, AR/VR Privacy
Refer job# HTWF148794
 
Director and Associate General Counsel, AR/VR Privacy The candidate will advise on a range of privacy and data protection legal and compliance initiatives relating to augmented reality and virtual reality. Will serve as a legal expert on the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal and industry developments involving privacy. Assist AR/VR team in evaluating impact of privacy laws, regulatory obligations and guidance on ARVR products and services, including Oculus and Portal devices, platforms, and experiences. Support the development and management of terms and policies for ARVR products and services. Help develop strategic strategy related to privacy, including regulatory engagement. Work with policy and legal team to develop regulatory strategy with global privacy regulators in connection with new product features and initiatives. Coordinate with cross-functional stakeholders on multi-disciplinary issues.

The candidate should have J.D. (or foreign equivalent) with membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. Must have 12+ years of legal experience, including people management. Should have experience advising clients on legal issues related to privacy and data use, including the collection, use, storage and disclosure of personal information. Experience with emerging technologies and hardware devices is preferred. Knowledge and application of international privacy and data use regulations is plus.
 
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