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Corporate Counsel, Privacy

Mountain View CA Corporate Counsel, Privacy 2018-6310 Locations: Mountain View, California Overview The Privacy Counsel will be part of a diverse and talented legal team responsible for leading and advising the business on innovative uses of personal data in our multi-product ecosystem. The position reports directly to the Chief Privacy Officer and joins a world class privacy team. The Privacy Counsel should have experience in privacy legal product review, technology, and possess a thirst for learning and developing their legal and privacy career such that they will be able to understand the most important privacy-related laws, regulations and standards that apply to Intuits businesses, and be accountable for training both business and legal partners on those rules. The Privacy Counsel will help support Intuits data stewardship vision and collaborate on customer products, general privacy program compliance, and worker data privacy -- driving, partnering, and helping develop innovative approaches to complex issues. Responsibilities Help evolve the Companys global privacy program and help implement compliance with global privacy and cybersecurity requirements working closely with the privacy team and the business directly Evaluate business products and services to ensure compliance with privacy requirements Provides direct legal counsel and advice to the broader legal team and business groups Work collaboratively across legal groups to support legal priorities, initiatives, acquisitions, transactions, and product review Support colleagues in government affairs on privacy and data protection regulations and potential privacy laws Under direction of more senior attorney (but with minimal supervision), drives and manages all aspects of large privacy program implementation Other responsibilities include supporting: incident and breach management, digital marketing and online behavioral tracking/OBA, direct marketing, TCPA training and compliance materials, cross border data flow/privacy shield, and cybersecurity requirements Qualifications 2-7 years of experience practicing legal product review, privacy, and data protection in-house or at a top law firm or in a regulatory capacity Knowledge of and experience analyzing and advising on global privacy laws and data protection regulations, such as the EU GDPR, Privacy Shield, PIPEDA, FTC Act/Section 5, GLBA, FCRA Exceptional written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to communicate and drive innovation at multiple levels JD from a top law school and good standing with at least one U.S. State Bar Engineering, technology, or businesses background a plus and/or a technical undergrad degree Imagine a career where your creative inspiration can fuel BIG innovation. Year-over-year, Intuit has been recognized as a best employer and is consistently ranked on Fortune's "100 Best Companies To Work For" and Fortune World's "Most Admired Software Companies" lists. Immerse yourself in our award winning culture while creating breakthrough solutions that simplify the lives of consumers and small businesses and their customers worldwide. Intuit is expanding its social, mobile, and global footprint with a full suite of products and services that are revolutionizing the industry. Utilizing design for delight and lean startup methodologies, our entrepreneurial employees have brought more than 250 innovations to market from QuickBooks and TurboTax , to GoPayment, Mint.com, big data, cloud (SaaS, PaaS) and mobile apps. The breadth and depth of these customer-driven innovations mean limitless opportunities for you to turn your ingenious ideas into reality at Intuit. Discover what it's like to be part of a team that rewards taking risks and trying new things. It's time to love what you do! Check out all of our career opportunities at: careers.intuit.com. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability Intuit will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with requirements of local law. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-01-16

Global Data Privacy Counsel

New York City NY Global Data Privacy Counsel Duties: Responsible for the development, implementation, and maintenance of the companys global data privacy program and policies consistent with applicable local, regional and global globally. Chair of the cross-functional Global Privacy Committee. Developing and managing the Companys privacy programs, including development and maintenance of policies and procedures, compliance materials, employee training, and monitoring and support; . Partner closely with and advise the companys HR, IT, Information Security, and business teams on privacy and data protection-related matters, including privacy by design; Conduct privacy risk and impact assessments; Review and advise on contracts related to data and data transfer; Together with business and functional heads, evaluate the impact of contractual and regulatory privacy and security requirements on business practices; Advise on the global data protection regulatory framework, including the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ) and other emerging privacy laws and initiatives around the globe; and. Assist with other global compliance initiatives as needed.

Qualifications: Law degree. 7+ years of experience in Privacy environment, with knowledge and experience of operationalizing privacy and data protection frameworks, principles and compliance programs; Experience working with conflicting privacy requirements across the globe; Experience advising on/implementing privacy, and preferably GDPR, best practices; Experience in drafting, implementing, and managing corporate data privacy and protection plans and policies; Ability to effectively engage with leaders at all levels and collaborate across functions to achieve workable solutions that meet business needs while effectively managing risk; Excellent interpersonal and communication (oral and written) skills; Detail orientated with strong organizational skills and ability to handle multiple responsibilities simultaneously while maintaining high quality and performance under pressure; Certifications such as CIPP is beneficial.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-01-16

Sr. Privacy Counsel

Cupertino CA Senior Privacy Counsel The candidate will work with a dynamic and experienced team on privacy issues impacting firms business and products globally. Will work directly with business and engineering teams to design innovative privacy solutions for products as well as across the legal department on firm activities and regulatory issues. Must have excellent academic credentials 5-9 years privacy experience as an associate at a top-tier law firm or business. In-house experience a plus. Excellent organizational and communication skills is essential. Must have extraordinary written and verbal skills. Must have Juris Doctorate degree and BA. Must have 7- 10 years of experience as attorney with experience in privacy. Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-01-16

Associate General Counsel, Global Regulatory Compliance & Privacy (whatsapp)

Menlo Park CA Associate General Counsel, Global Regulatory Compliance & Privacy The candidate will represent company before regulators and other relevant parties across the world. Lead global compliance strategy with applicable law and regulations relating to privacy, security, consumer protection, marketing, competition, and telecom, among other areas. Lead design of and implement process and documentation to support compliance function. Manage a growing team of attorneys. Advise leadership on strategic global compliance frameworks and support regulatory compliance and other counseling matters globally. Review and advise on pending and developing applicable law and regulation relating to privacy, consumer protection, and telecom, among other areas globally, working with the policy team. Collaborate with other members of the legal and policy teams on the above as appropriate. Must be flexible and willing to work on projects in other areas, including areas involving unfamiliar subject matters.

The candidate should have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Should have 12+ years experience as a practicing attorney. Should have 12+ years experience doing regulatory compliance work and supporting and/or litigating regulatory and compliance matters and representing companies in regulatory inquiries. Should have regulatory experience, including engagement experiences and relationships with applicable privacy, consumer protection, and telecom regulatory bodies. Should have experience learning new areas of law and regulation in a variety of jurisdictions. Should have experience developing approaches to legal challenges while providing business-focused legal advice. Should have experience leading projects with cross-functional stakeholders.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2019-01-12

Product and Privacy Counsel

San Francisco CA Product and Privacy Counsel The candidate will collaborate across the organization on the development of compliance-focused products and services. Review product specs and provide daily support to PMs and Engineers. Translate product features to create approachable customer education content. Advise the business and guide product development to comply with Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and U.S. and international privacy laws (e.g., GDPR, CCPA). Draft and maintain firms Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Must have 4+ years of relevant experience (privacy and/or product law). Should have J.D. degree and admission to California Bar (or ability to practice in-house in California). Must be fluency in basic tech speak, ability to learn new areas of the law confidently, and ability to follow rigorous and data-based analysis. Should have experience working at a technology company. Must have experience with compliance-focused design (i.e., products or services in a regulated industry). Should have experience practicing employment law and/or criminal law. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-28

Privacy Counsel

San Francisco CA Privacy Counsel The candidate will develop, implement and maintain privacy policies and procedures in coordination with all affected groups to ensure company's compliance with local and international legal and regulatory requirements. Oversee the development and provision of privacy training. Conduct ongoing risk analyses and provide recommended solutions for any gaps or inconsistencies. Review privacy implications of proposed business programs, including product launches, and work to support the implementation of appropriate privacy practices. Work closely with the compliance team within company to provide legal advice on compliance programs. Learn continuously and maintain current knowledge of applicable global privacy laws and accreditation standards, and monitor advancements in information privacy technologies to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance. Must have JD or LLM degree from an ABA accredited law school. License to practice law required. Should have 4-7 years experience in the practice of internet or privacy law, preferably with experience implementing successful privacy programs within an online software company. Must have experience with privacy and various other federal, state and international compliance/regulatory schemes. CIPP certification is a plus. Legal 4 - 7 Full-time 2018-12-28

Privacy and Commercial Counsel

New York City NY Privacy and Commercial Counsel The candidate will be responsible for handling a wide range of commercial, corporate governance and intellectual property issues. Work closely with teams across the business, advising on various legal issues and helping ensure our people have the best information and tools to successfully do their jobs while appropriately managing enterprise risk. Day-to-day responsibilities will include monitoring and managing compliance with privacy related laws and regulations; providing leadership around the continued evolution of our Privacy Program and its implementation across the business; negotiating, drafting and reviewing a wide variety of complex commercial agreements; crafting policies and processes that balance business objectives and legal risk; and partnering with the business to respond to a wide range of legal questions and issues as they arise. Monitor and manage corporate compliance with applicable privacy related laws and regulations, including maintenance of GDPR-required data processing inventories; continued design and implementation of PIAs and DPIAs with business units; management of vendor relationships related to privacy; negotiation of DPAs with clients and vendors; etc. Manage data deletion/right to be forgotten requests, and own the process for execution of those request across the organization. Design and implement robust policies and procedures related to Data Privacy and Information Security in coordination with the Director of Information Security. Provide leadership and guidance for other business units to ensure processes are crafted with privacy by design and to assist with incorporating privacy and Information Security policies and initiatives into operations and product builds. Play central role in cross-functional team established to manage responses to inquiries from Data Protection Authorities as well as potential information security-related incidents. Work with Director of Information Security to create a culture of Privacy and Information Security by design through communications, trainings, AMAs, events, etc. Perform ongoing analysis of privacy/security laws, regulations and jurisprudence in current and potential jurisdictions where the company operates, and counsel company on potential impact on operations. Review, draft and negotiate enterprise sales, partnerships, vendor, licensing, and other complex agreements, using your experience to help define business terms and structure deals in a way that drives our growth. Through working with them on transactions, help to foster and deepen relationships with enterprise clients, including Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and small- and medium-sized businesses. Oversee Firms contracts management system, records management, and related processes in partnership with the rest of the legal team. Advise sales, product, real estate, marketing, engineering, and other teams on a full range of issues related to commercial contracting, software licensing, intellectual property, privacy, and data security, including compliance with domestic and international laws. Assist with the creation, updating, and maintenance of actionable internal policies, resources, and compliance programs and conduct effective legal training. Assist the General Counsel and Deputy General Counsel in developing short- and long-range goals and objectives for the legal team. Act as a utility player and work across a variety of projects and teams.

The candidate must have 4-6+ years of experience in the commercial and/or data privacy areas, gained through a combination of law firm and in-house roles of increasing visibility and responsibility. Should have substantive experience counseling on data privacy issues and designing and implementing data privacy programs. Must have solid experience in commercial contracts supporting active business development for clients and/or for global sales teams, including leading negotiations with large companies and working closely with finance partners. Should have substantial understanding of licensing, privacy, data security, intellectual property, and commercial laws. Ability to develop a nuanced understanding of company and our industry, including the interplay of relevant regulations, with an eye towards aligning decisions with the bigger picture goals. Must have entrepreneurial mindset that enables you to successfully work independently with little guidance, but also to use good judgment and escalate issues when needed. Must have strong academic credentials and New York Bar admission in good standing.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2018-12-28

Senior Privacy And Transactions Counsel

San Mateo CA Senior Privacy and Transactions Counsel The candidate will negotiate data processing agreements with customers, partners and vendors to support firms sales, operations and compliance obligations. Will analyze new and current laws and regulations and advise on our privacy and security obligations to support our business, sales, compliance, marketing and product teams. Work closely with cross-functional teams, including senior management, on privacy and security matters to support operations and new initiatives to foster awareness and ensure compliance with regulatory and contractual obligations across the company. Assist in the continued improvement of firms global privacy program (e.g., policies, procedures, training programs, compliance programs, playbooks, etc.). Coordinate with outside counsel as necessary with respect to data protection and security matters. Undertake other projects as required as part of a small legal team.

The candidate should have 8-10 years of relevant experience, with a focus on privacy compliance, in-house counseling and agreement negotiations. Must have substantial knowledge of privacy and security laws and regulations, especially in the European Union, as they relate to a U.S. based technology company. Deep experience partnering with and providing timely support to in-house business partners is required. CIPP certification is strongly preferred. Substantial experience with SaaS and software is strongly preferred. Relevant law firm and in-house experience (ideally at a fast-growing, global SaaS company) is essential. Degree from a top law school with exceptional academic credentials is essential. Should be good standing with one state Bar should apply.
Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2018-12-28

Corporate Counsel Privacy, Data Security, & Product

Austin TX Corporate Counsel Privacy, Data Security, & Product Duties: Manage data protection and cyber security, and ensure compliance with US, Canadian, provincial, and state laws. Create, manage, and ensure compliance with corporate policies. Conduct internal auditing of systems to ensure compliance with data protection and security laws and policies. Work closely with internal teams (e.g. IT, Member Services, Claims) in both North America and Europe to ensure that data is secure, and that company and member data is secure and protected. Manage response system and respond to cyber threats, potential data breaches, and similar risks to the integrity of information systems and data. Formulate and enact cyber security incident response process and post-incident response process. Learn and understand technology and forensic findings, and be able to effectively discuss such topics with technically skilled individuals and employees without technical familiarity. Advising on day-to-day data protection and cyber security issues. Maintain, update, and ensure compliance with Privacy Policy. Maintain, update, and ensure compliance with privacy disclosures on websites, app, and through other digital channels. Work closely with internal teams in North America and Europe to ensure that member data is recorded, maintained, and released only when appropriate or with the required documentation. Respond to requests from or complaints to federal, provincial, and/or state inquiries from governmental and/or consumer entities, agencies, or commissions. Ensure that any digital assets created by the company, or emails sent to members, comply with applicable privacy laws. Advise on day-to-day privacy issues. Serve as subject matter expert and primary point of contact for the global and North America product team as concerning developments and future strategies concerning technology, the vehicles and onboard equipment, the app, and the website. Provide high level advice to product team, including risk assessments, as concerning future product developments, and, work with team throughout lifecycle of the project. Update and draft supplemental terms and conditions. Provide and implement a standardization process and/or workflow for product team to follow when obtaining legal advice on product/technology topics. Develop and maintain a legal FAQ document for the product team. Monitor and share legal developments in data protection, privacy, and advertising laws across the company, and provide training and/or recommended course of action, if necessary, to ensure compliance. Work collaboratively across divisions to identify, develop, and share best practices. Ensure compliance with annual operating budget by, among other things, containing and effectively managing outside counsel legal fees and costs for responsible areas of law. Other duties, tasks, and responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Top 20% of graduating class preferred. Judicial clerkship or experience on law review or moot court preferred. Current membership in the Texas State Bar. 2+ years of experience in legal representation of businesses on data protection, privacy, technology issues, technology law. Must also have experience in the following areas: Data protection, privacy, and/or technology law, Advising businesses, Working closely and collaboratively with IT, IS, and technology professionals, Applicable case law and statutes, The transportation ecosystem and competitors. Must be a business-savvy attorney who is detail oriented and works with the business to find solutions to complex challenges. Will be expected to exercise independent judgment on tasks, and manage multiple responsibilities, priorities, and deadlines. Ability to gain trust and work with all levels of an organization Excellent oral and written communications skills, including the ability to communicate complex legal issues, topics, and risks to non-lawyers Ability to collaborate with multiple stakeholders and colleagues High level of critical and analytical thinking.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-24

Corporate Counsel - Privacy

Birmingham AL Corporate Counsel - Privacy The candidate will focus on privacy, data protection and security. Partner with security and business teams and advise on data uses while managing legal risk and ensuring regulatory compliance. Must have 3-4 years of experience at a firm or in-house. Should have experience providing digestible advice to business partners on various legal risks and obligations under privacy and data security laws. Must have experience creating and managing internal policies and procedures on data use, security, and privacy. Should have experience advising on data uses in artificial intelligence and machine learning and product counseling are a plus. Should have strong communication, sense of humor and interpersonal skills. A law degree from an accredited university is essential. Legal 3 - 4 Full-time 2018-12-21
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Corporate Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# YEFL142055
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy 2018-6310 Locations: Mountain View, California Overview The Privacy Counsel will be part of a diverse and talented legal team responsible for leading and advising the business on innovative uses of personal data in our multi-product ecosystem. The position reports directly to the Chief Privacy Officer and joins a world class privacy team. The Privacy Counsel should have experience in privacy legal product review, technology, and possess a thirst for learning and developing their legal and privacy career such that they will be able to understand the most important privacy-related laws, regulations and standards that apply to Intuits businesses, and be accountable for training both business and legal partners on those rules. The Privacy Counsel will help support Intuits data stewardship vision and collaborate on customer products, general privacy program compliance, and worker data privacy -- driving, partnering, and helping develop innovative approaches to complex issues. Responsibilities Help evolve the Companys global privacy program and help implement compliance with global privacy and cybersecurity requirements working closely with the privacy team and the business directly Evaluate business products and services to ensure compliance with privacy requirements Provides direct legal counsel and advice to the broader legal team and business groups Work collaboratively across legal groups to support legal priorities, initiatives, acquisitions, transactions, and product review Support colleagues in government affairs on privacy and data protection regulations and potential privacy laws Under direction of more senior attorney (but with minimal supervision), drives and manages all aspects of large privacy program implementation Other responsibilities include supporting: incident and breach management, digital marketing and online behavioral tracking/OBA, direct marketing, TCPA training and compliance materials, cross border data flow/privacy shield, and cybersecurity requirements Qualifications 2-7 years of experience practicing legal product review, privacy, and data protection in-house or at a top law firm or in a regulatory capacity Knowledge of and experience analyzing and advising on global privacy laws and data protection regulations, such as the EU GDPR, Privacy Shield, PIPEDA, FTC Act/Section 5, GLBA, FCRA Exceptional written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to communicate and drive innovation at multiple levels JD from a top law school and good standing with at least one U.S. State Bar Engineering, technology, or businesses background a plus and/or a technical undergrad degree Imagine a career where your creative inspiration can fuel BIG innovation. Year-over-year, Intuit has been recognized as a best employer and is consistently ranked on Fortune's "100 Best Companies To Work For" and Fortune World's "Most Admired Software Companies" lists. Immerse yourself in our award winning culture while creating breakthrough solutions that simplify the lives of consumers and small businesses and their customers worldwide. Intuit is expanding its social, mobile, and global footprint with a full suite of products and services that are revolutionizing the industry. Utilizing design for delight and lean startup methodologies, our entrepreneurial employees have brought more than 250 innovations to market from QuickBooks and TurboTax , to GoPayment, Mint.com, big data, cloud (SaaS, PaaS) and mobile apps. The breadth and depth of these customer-driven innovations mean limitless opportunities for you to turn your ingenious ideas into reality at Intuit. Discover what it's like to be part of a team that rewards taking risks and trying new things. It's time to love what you do! Check out all of our career opportunities at: careers.intuit.com. EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability Intuit will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with requirements of local law.
 
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Global Data Privacy Counsel
Refer job# TMAK142056
 
Global Data Privacy Counsel Duties: Responsible for the development, implementation, and maintenance of the companys global data privacy program and policies consistent with applicable local, regional and global globally. Chair of the cross-functional Global Privacy Committee. Developing and managing the Companys privacy programs, including development and maintenance of policies and procedures, compliance materials, employee training, and monitoring and support; . Partner closely with and advise the companys HR, IT, Information Security, and business teams on privacy and data protection-related matters, including privacy by design; Conduct privacy risk and impact assessments; Review and advise on contracts related to data and data transfer; Together with business and functional heads, evaluate the impact of contractual and regulatory privacy and security requirements on business practices; Advise on the global data protection regulatory framework, including the requirements of the EU General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ) and other emerging privacy laws and initiatives around the globe; and. Assist with other global compliance initiatives as needed.

Qualifications: Law degree. 7+ years of experience in Privacy environment, with knowledge and experience of operationalizing privacy and data protection frameworks, principles and compliance programs; Experience working with conflicting privacy requirements across the globe; Experience advising on/implementing privacy, and preferably GDPR, best practices; Experience in drafting, implementing, and managing corporate data privacy and protection plans and policies; Ability to effectively engage with leaders at all levels and collaborate across functions to achieve workable solutions that meet business needs while effectively managing risk; Excellent interpersonal and communication (oral and written) skills; Detail orientated with strong organizational skills and ability to handle multiple responsibilities simultaneously while maintaining high quality and performance under pressure; Certifications such as CIPP is beneficial.
 
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Sr. Privacy Counsel
Refer job# JVOR142057
 
Senior Privacy Counsel The candidate will work with a dynamic and experienced team on privacy issues impacting firms business and products globally. Will work directly with business and engineering teams to design innovative privacy solutions for products as well as across the legal department on firm activities and regulatory issues. Must have excellent academic credentials 5-9 years privacy experience as an associate at a top-tier law firm or business. In-house experience a plus. Excellent organizational and communication skills is essential. Must have extraordinary written and verbal skills. Must have Juris Doctorate degree and BA. Must have 7- 10 years of experience as attorney with experience in privacy.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Global Regulatory Compliance & Privacy (whatsapp)
Refer job# AYDS142037
 
Associate General Counsel, Global Regulatory Compliance & Privacy The candidate will represent company before regulators and other relevant parties across the world. Lead global compliance strategy with applicable law and regulations relating to privacy, security, consumer protection, marketing, competition, and telecom, among other areas. Lead design of and implement process and documentation to support compliance function. Manage a growing team of attorneys. Advise leadership on strategic global compliance frameworks and support regulatory compliance and other counseling matters globally. Review and advise on pending and developing applicable law and regulation relating to privacy, consumer protection, and telecom, among other areas globally, working with the policy team. Collaborate with other members of the legal and policy teams on the above as appropriate. Must be flexible and willing to work on projects in other areas, including areas involving unfamiliar subject matters.

The candidate should have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Should have 12+ years experience as a practicing attorney. Should have 12+ years experience doing regulatory compliance work and supporting and/or litigating regulatory and compliance matters and representing companies in regulatory inquiries. Should have regulatory experience, including engagement experiences and relationships with applicable privacy, consumer protection, and telecom regulatory bodies. Should have experience learning new areas of law and regulation in a variety of jurisdictions. Should have experience developing approaches to legal challenges while providing business-focused legal advice. Should have experience leading projects with cross-functional stakeholders.
 
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Product and Privacy Counsel
Refer job# CDHJ141872
 
Product and Privacy Counsel The candidate will collaborate across the organization on the development of compliance-focused products and services. Review product specs and provide daily support to PMs and Engineers. Translate product features to create approachable customer education content. Advise the business and guide product development to comply with Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and U.S. and international privacy laws (e.g., GDPR, CCPA). Draft and maintain firms Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Must have 4+ years of relevant experience (privacy and/or product law). Should have J.D. degree and admission to California Bar (or ability to practice in-house in California). Must be fluency in basic tech speak, ability to learn new areas of the law confidently, and ability to follow rigorous and data-based analysis. Should have experience working at a technology company. Must have experience with compliance-focused design (i.e., products or services in a regulated industry). Should have experience practicing employment law and/or criminal law.
 
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Privacy Counsel
Refer job# YHHB141876
 
Privacy Counsel The candidate will develop, implement and maintain privacy policies and procedures in coordination with all affected groups to ensure company's compliance with local and international legal and regulatory requirements. Oversee the development and provision of privacy training. Conduct ongoing risk analyses and provide recommended solutions for any gaps or inconsistencies. Review privacy implications of proposed business programs, including product launches, and work to support the implementation of appropriate privacy practices. Work closely with the compliance team within company to provide legal advice on compliance programs. Learn continuously and maintain current knowledge of applicable global privacy laws and accreditation standards, and monitor advancements in information privacy technologies to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance. Must have JD or LLM degree from an ABA accredited law school. License to practice law required. Should have 4-7 years experience in the practice of internet or privacy law, preferably with experience implementing successful privacy programs within an online software company. Must have experience with privacy and various other federal, state and international compliance/regulatory schemes. CIPP certification is a plus.
 
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Privacy and Commercial Counsel
Refer job# SQQI141882
 
Privacy and Commercial Counsel The candidate will be responsible for handling a wide range of commercial, corporate governance and intellectual property issues. Work closely with teams across the business, advising on various legal issues and helping ensure our people have the best information and tools to successfully do their jobs while appropriately managing enterprise risk. Day-to-day responsibilities will include monitoring and managing compliance with privacy related laws and regulations; providing leadership around the continued evolution of our Privacy Program and its implementation across the business; negotiating, drafting and reviewing a wide variety of complex commercial agreements; crafting policies and processes that balance business objectives and legal risk; and partnering with the business to respond to a wide range of legal questions and issues as they arise. Monitor and manage corporate compliance with applicable privacy related laws and regulations, including maintenance of GDPR-required data processing inventories; continued design and implementation of PIAs and DPIAs with business units; management of vendor relationships related to privacy; negotiation of DPAs with clients and vendors; etc. Manage data deletion/right to be forgotten requests, and own the process for execution of those request across the organization. Design and implement robust policies and procedures related to Data Privacy and Information Security in coordination with the Director of Information Security. Provide leadership and guidance for other business units to ensure processes are crafted with privacy by design and to assist with incorporating privacy and Information Security policies and initiatives into operations and product builds. Play central role in cross-functional team established to manage responses to inquiries from Data Protection Authorities as well as potential information security-related incidents. Work with Director of Information Security to create a culture of Privacy and Information Security by design through communications, trainings, AMAs, events, etc. Perform ongoing analysis of privacy/security laws, regulations and jurisprudence in current and potential jurisdictions where the company operates, and counsel company on potential impact on operations. Review, draft and negotiate enterprise sales, partnerships, vendor, licensing, and other complex agreements, using your experience to help define business terms and structure deals in a way that drives our growth. Through working with them on transactions, help to foster and deepen relationships with enterprise clients, including Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and small- and medium-sized businesses. Oversee Firms contracts management system, records management, and related processes in partnership with the rest of the legal team. Advise sales, product, real estate, marketing, engineering, and other teams on a full range of issues related to commercial contracting, software licensing, intellectual property, privacy, and data security, including compliance with domestic and international laws. Assist with the creation, updating, and maintenance of actionable internal policies, resources, and compliance programs and conduct effective legal training. Assist the General Counsel and Deputy General Counsel in developing short- and long-range goals and objectives for the legal team. Act as a utility player and work across a variety of projects and teams.

The candidate must have 4-6+ years of experience in the commercial and/or data privacy areas, gained through a combination of law firm and in-house roles of increasing visibility and responsibility. Should have substantive experience counseling on data privacy issues and designing and implementing data privacy programs. Must have solid experience in commercial contracts supporting active business development for clients and/or for global sales teams, including leading negotiations with large companies and working closely with finance partners. Should have substantial understanding of licensing, privacy, data security, intellectual property, and commercial laws. Ability to develop a nuanced understanding of company and our industry, including the interplay of relevant regulations, with an eye towards aligning decisions with the bigger picture goals. Must have entrepreneurial mindset that enables you to successfully work independently with little guidance, but also to use good judgment and escalate issues when needed. Must have strong academic credentials and New York Bar admission in good standing.
 
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Senior Privacy And Transactions Counsel
Refer job# VTZZ141886
 
Senior Privacy and Transactions Counsel The candidate will negotiate data processing agreements with customers, partners and vendors to support firms sales, operations and compliance obligations. Will analyze new and current laws and regulations and advise on our privacy and security obligations to support our business, sales, compliance, marketing and product teams. Work closely with cross-functional teams, including senior management, on privacy and security matters to support operations and new initiatives to foster awareness and ensure compliance with regulatory and contractual obligations across the company. Assist in the continued improvement of firms global privacy program (e.g., policies, procedures, training programs, compliance programs, playbooks, etc.). Coordinate with outside counsel as necessary with respect to data protection and security matters. Undertake other projects as required as part of a small legal team.

The candidate should have 8-10 years of relevant experience, with a focus on privacy compliance, in-house counseling and agreement negotiations. Must have substantial knowledge of privacy and security laws and regulations, especially in the European Union, as they relate to a U.S. based technology company. Deep experience partnering with and providing timely support to in-house business partners is required. CIPP certification is strongly preferred. Substantial experience with SaaS and software is strongly preferred. Relevant law firm and in-house experience (ideally at a fast-growing, global SaaS company) is essential. Degree from a top law school with exceptional academic credentials is essential. Should be good standing with one state Bar should apply.
 
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Corporate Counsel Privacy, Data Security, & Product
Refer job# NEWS141844
 
Corporate Counsel Privacy, Data Security, & Product Duties: Manage data protection and cyber security, and ensure compliance with US, Canadian, provincial, and state laws. Create, manage, and ensure compliance with corporate policies. Conduct internal auditing of systems to ensure compliance with data protection and security laws and policies. Work closely with internal teams (e.g. IT, Member Services, Claims) in both North America and Europe to ensure that data is secure, and that company and member data is secure and protected. Manage response system and respond to cyber threats, potential data breaches, and similar risks to the integrity of information systems and data. Formulate and enact cyber security incident response process and post-incident response process. Learn and understand technology and forensic findings, and be able to effectively discuss such topics with technically skilled individuals and employees without technical familiarity. Advising on day-to-day data protection and cyber security issues. Maintain, update, and ensure compliance with Privacy Policy. Maintain, update, and ensure compliance with privacy disclosures on websites, app, and through other digital channels. Work closely with internal teams in North America and Europe to ensure that member data is recorded, maintained, and released only when appropriate or with the required documentation. Respond to requests from or complaints to federal, provincial, and/or state inquiries from governmental and/or consumer entities, agencies, or commissions. Ensure that any digital assets created by the company, or emails sent to members, comply with applicable privacy laws. Advise on day-to-day privacy issues. Serve as subject matter expert and primary point of contact for the global and North America product team as concerning developments and future strategies concerning technology, the vehicles and onboard equipment, the app, and the website. Provide high level advice to product team, including risk assessments, as concerning future product developments, and, work with team throughout lifecycle of the project. Update and draft supplemental terms and conditions. Provide and implement a standardization process and/or workflow for product team to follow when obtaining legal advice on product/technology topics. Develop and maintain a legal FAQ document for the product team. Monitor and share legal developments in data protection, privacy, and advertising laws across the company, and provide training and/or recommended course of action, if necessary, to ensure compliance. Work collaboratively across divisions to identify, develop, and share best practices. Ensure compliance with annual operating budget by, among other things, containing and effectively managing outside counsel legal fees and costs for responsible areas of law. Other duties, tasks, and responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Top 20% of graduating class preferred. Judicial clerkship or experience on law review or moot court preferred. Current membership in the Texas State Bar. 2+ years of experience in legal representation of businesses on data protection, privacy, technology issues, technology law. Must also have experience in the following areas: Data protection, privacy, and/or technology law, Advising businesses, Working closely and collaboratively with IT, IS, and technology professionals, Applicable case law and statutes, The transportation ecosystem and competitors. Must be a business-savvy attorney who is detail oriented and works with the business to find solutions to complex challenges. Will be expected to exercise independent judgment on tasks, and manage multiple responsibilities, priorities, and deadlines. Ability to gain trust and work with all levels of an organization Excellent oral and written communications skills, including the ability to communicate complex legal issues, topics, and risks to non-lawyers Ability to collaborate with multiple stakeholders and colleagues High level of critical and analytical thinking.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Privacy
Refer job# LBUF141773
 
Corporate Counsel - Privacy The candidate will focus on privacy, data protection and security. Partner with security and business teams and advise on data uses while managing legal risk and ensuring regulatory compliance. Must have 3-4 years of experience at a firm or in-house. Should have experience providing digestible advice to business partners on various legal risks and obligations under privacy and data security laws. Must have experience creating and managing internal policies and procedures on data use, security, and privacy. Should have experience advising on data uses in artificial intelligence and machine learning and product counseling are a plus. Should have strong communication, sense of humor and interpersonal skills. A law degree from an accredited university is essential.
 
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