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Senior Counsel, Privacy

Culver City CA Senior Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: Advises and Oversees SPE s Data Privacy Compliance Program for Global Operations Provide and coordinate legal advice regarding data privacy laws, regulations, requirements (including GDPR) applicable to the collection, use, transfer, and sharing of personal data. Create, develop, and enhance privacy compliance tools & processes, such as data collection intake forms, privacy impact assessments, and contract templates for third party agreements. Provide legal advice to Information Security and IT teams on privacy matters. Advise on data incident response issues, including breach notifications and remediation plans. Provide recommendations regarding internal and external resources to support the privacy program. Liaise with Sony Corporation and its operating companies re privacy requirements and strategies. Monitor domestic and international privacy developments and identify related best practices. Facilitates SPE s Consumer Data Privacy Compliance Across Multiple Lines of Business. Provide legal advice and support to line of business attorneys as they evaluate privacy implications of, and implement effective privacy solutions for, business activities involving the collection and use of consumer data: Serve as a centralized resource for privacy developments related to digital marketing; Conduct Legal Privacy Committee meetings and facilitating cross-business discussions; Provide a point of escalation for cross-business privacy needs and decision-making. Manages SPE s Employee Data Privacy Program Implementation for Global Operations. Provide legal advice to SPE regarding compliance with employee data privacy legal requirements and SPE and Sony policies. Review, evaluate, and implement proposed privacy requirements for corporate initiatives and vendor agreements that involve the collection and use of personal data. Assist in the preparation of privacy impact assessments by clarifying the services to be performed and analyzing their effect on the protection of personal data. Participate in negotiations with third party vendors regarding data privacy issues in a variety of commercial agreements. Structure and negotiate data use agreements and data transfer agreements to help ensure inclusion of appropriate data privacy protections. Consult and coordinate with outside counsel regarding local legal requirements, including regulatory filings for international data protection authorities and consultations with European Works Councils. Supports Legal Compliance team. Support Legal Compliance group initiatives and projects as needed.

Requirements: JD degree from ABA accredited law school with strong academic credentials. Member of the State Bar of California or qualified to practice in California as registered in-house counsel. 5-7 years of relevant law firm and/or in-house legal experience, including providing privacy advice for digital marketing activities. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) preferred. Direct experience applying U.S. and non-U.S. privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines in a business context. In-depth experience drafting and negotiating commercial agreements. Excellent written/verbal communication, presentation and negotiation skills. High proficiency with Microsoft Office software (including Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Word). Proven ability to work both independently and collaboratively with colleagues at all levels of the company. Flexibility to manage multiple matters, and new areas of expertise as business needs change. Strong organizational skills and ability to identify prioritize and resolve issues quickly and effectively in a complex and creative environment. Be an innovative/creative problem solver who can find legal solutions to business issues. Be comfortable with a fair amount of ambiguity. Be down to earth with high emotional intelligence, sound judgment, common sense, confidence, and the ability to act decisively. Maintain a positive attitude, sense of humor, and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2018-07-12

Senior Privacy Counsel

Hollywood CA Senior Privacy Counsel Responsibilities: Develop and maintain a complete understanding of company's privacy and security policies including privacy policy, cookie policy and how data and privacy laws, including FTC guidelines and GDPR, impact the company and the industry. Support potential merger and acquisition activities, including due diligence documentation, execution and post-deal integration. Independently draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of commercial contracts, including data agreements, licensing agreements, production agreements, distribution agreements and terms of service. Advise business units on intellectual property, licensing, data protection, privacy, digital advertising, and other legal issues relevant to content creation and distribution by an online media company. Conduct privacy impact assessments for new opportunities and work with the security team and other stakeholders to develop and implement appropriate strategies. Collaborate with, and counsel, business unit leaders, editors, sales and marketing teams and others in a wide range of issues relating to digital media and publishing including copyright, affiliate marketing, native advertising and social media.

Requirements: One or more of CIPP/US, CIPP/E or CIPM (IAPP) or equivalent certification preferred. 7+ years as a practicing attorney in a law firm and/or comparable in-house legal department. Outstanding analytic, communication and organizational skills, including excellent drafting and negotiation skills. Should be diligent and proactive, and have demonstrated excellent legal and business judgment and strategic thinking, along with the ability to work independently and supervise junior attorneys and paralegals. Knowledge of IP, privacy and data use issues along with experience working on technology and online media contracts, transactions and deals are critical.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-09

Senior Privacy Counsel

Maplewood MN Senior Privacy Counsel The candidate will participate on a small data privacy and IT Legal Affairs team and assist the Chief Privacy Officer as part of the global privacy program. As a member of this team, will provide legal guidance on a broad range of data privacy and IT security issues for functional clients, including Marketing, Sales, Human Resources, IT, Corporate Development, R&D, Corporate Communications, and others. Will also work extensively with other attorneys in Legal Affairs providing legal support to them on data privacy issues in their functional client areas or businesses.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school or equivalent international accreditation. 7+ years of demonstrated experience in data privacy. Preferred Qualifications: Admitted to practice in Minnesota or eligible for admission within six months of employment. 7+ years of legal experience in data privacy with an understanding of other legal issues arising out of information technology. Demonstrated ability to communicate and collaborate effectively within a team environment. Deep understanding of and firsthand legal experience with advising clients in a multinational, highly matrixed in-house business environment. Demonstrated positive approach to problem-solving and ability to build internal alliances across diverse stakeholder groups. Developed sense of judgment, risk management skills and ability to balance business needs, regulatory obligations and reputational risks in an objective, practical way; demonstrated ability to both grasp the "big picture and attend to details. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced business environment and drive complex projects to completion. Highly developed analytical and legal research skills; highly effective written and verbal communications skills; ability to communicate and relate at all levels of the organization. Reputation for integrity and ability to balance business partnership with the need to exercise independent judgment.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-09

Senior Counsel, Privacy

Culver City CA Senior Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: Advises and Oversees SPE s Data Privacy Compliance Program for Global Operations; Provide and coordinate legal advice regarding data privacy laws, regulations, requirements (including GDPR) applicable to the collection, use, transfer, and sharing of personal data. Create, develop, and enhance privacy compliance tools & processes, such as data collection intake forms, privacy impact assessments, and contract templates for third party agreements. Provide legal advice to Information Security and IT teams on privacy matters. Advise on data incident response issues, including breach notifications and remediation plans. Provide recommendations regarding internal and external resources to support the privacy program. Liaise with Sony Corporation and its operating companies re privacy requirements and strategies. Monitor domestic and international privacy developments and identify related best practices. Facilitates SPE s Consumer Data Privacy Compliance Across Multiple Lines of Business: Provide legal advice and support to line of business attorneys as they evaluate privacy implications of, and implement effective privacy solutions for, business activities involving the collection and use of consumer data: Serve as a centralized resource for privacy developments related to digital marketing; Conduct Legal Privacy Committee meetings and facilitating cross-business discussions; Provide a point of escalation for cross-business privacy needs and decision-making. Manages SPE s Employee Data Privacy Program Implementation for Global Operations; Provide legal advice to SPE regarding compliance with employee data privacy legal requirements and SPE and Sony policies. Review, evaluate, and implement proposed privacy requirements for corporate initiatives and vendor agreements that involve the collection and use of personal data. Assist in the preparation of privacy impact assessments by clarifying the services to be performed and analyzing their effect on the protection of personal data. Participate in negotiations with third party vendors regarding data privacy issues in a variety of commercial agreements. Structure and negotiate data use agreements and data transfer agreements to help ensure inclusion of appropriate data privacy protections. Consult and coordinate with outside counsel regarding local legal requirements, including regulatory filings for international data protection authorities and consultations with European Works Councils. Supports Legal Compliance team. Support Legal Compliance group initiatives and projects as needed.

The candidate should have JD degree from ABA accredited law school with strong academic credentials. Member of the State Bar of California or qualified to practice in California as registered in-house counsel. Should have 5-7 years of relevant law firm and/or in-house legal experience, including providing privacy advice for digital marketing activities. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) preferred. Direct experience applying U.S. and non-U.S. privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines in a business context. In-depth experience drafting and negotiating commercial agreements. Excellent written/verbal communication, presentation and negotiation skills. High proficiency with Microsoft Office software (including Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Word). Proven ability to work both independently and collaboratively with colleagues at all levels of the company. Flexibility to manage multiple matters, and new areas of expertise as business needs change. Strong organizational skills and ability to identify prioritize and resolve issues quickly and effectively in a complex and creative environment.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2018-07-08

Senior Counsel, Privacy and Compliance

Reston VA Senior Counsel, Privacy and Compliance The candidate will work closely with the Associate General Counsel supporting privacy and compliance efforts for firm. Providing consultation and support to business units and functions regarding privacy concepts, legal and regulatory requirements, information classification, best practices, and controls. Developing solutions to ensure compliance with all laws, regulations, and policies representing all aspects of the company s global business operations to include its products, product development, data collection, software, data retention, transfer and deletion. Conducting functional analysis of business processes involving the collection, processing or disclosure of personal information, identify issues and potential risks, coordinate the documentation of process improvements, development or resolution or mitigation plans, and recommend safeguards and controls. Monitoring, researching and analyzing existing, proposed and new laws, regulations and policies globally with respect to their present and future impact upon company operations. Managing and reviewing all firm privacy policies; respond to customer, partner, vendor, third party, and consumer privacy and compliance inquiries. Establish and maintain high-level relationships with the major global anti-virus (AV) software vendors through direct outreach, industry conferences and other venues and contacts. Represent firm s interests as a market and media research leader for purposes of whitelisting various research metering software, establishing appropriate relationships and contacts to receive and preview new firm meter versions and resolving inadvertent AV flagging as expeditiously as possible. Work with the Panel and Technology teams to develop strategy and establish best practices regarding firm recruitment and metering initiatives as they relate to maintaining compliance with privacy and security standards. Review, complete and maintain various industry privacy compliance certifications to assist in achieving the above requirements. Advise Panel and Technology teams on existing, proposed and new laws, regulations and policies globally related to market/media research panel recruiting practices and panel operations by country. Provide oversight and review of Third Party Application Provider (TAP) partners and other recruiting methodologies for overall compliance. Review TAP and other recruiting partner contracts for adherence to comScore privacy and security policies and procedures.

The candidate must have JD degree from an accredited law school with strong academic record; exception may be made to education requirement for a privacy and compliance professional with 8+ years of pertinent experience. Should have 5-6 years of legal experience with 2+ years demonstrated track record of increased responsibility in corporate privacy and compliance functions. Knowledge of, and experience with a variety of state, federal, and international privacy, security and/or data protection laws and regulations, as well as familiarity with readiness in meeting upcoming global data privacy laws, such as GDPR, CASL. Previous experience leading privacy and compliance initiatives is required. Public company experience, in-house, and/or familiarity with software or big data is preferred. Previous experience and familiarity with domestic and international privacy policy laws, policies and regulations is needed. Previous experience leading or advising multidisciplinary teams is needed. Experience and comfort working in a fast-paced environment, self-starter, collaborator, well-organized, and solutions-driven with the ability to multi-task and manage a large volume of current priorities is needed.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-08

Director and Senior Counsel, Law Center of Excellence (Privacy)

Riverwoods IL Director and Senior Counsel, Law Center of Excellence (Privacy) The candidate will serve as lead privacy counsel for the enterprise as part of a multi-disciplinary team of legal subject matter experts in firm's Law Center of Excellence. Will be responsible for advising internal business partners, product advisory attorneys, and Corporate Compliance to ensure compliance with federal, state and international privacy and laws and regulations. Serve as a legal subject matter expert on all aspects of U.S. domestic and international privacy laws/regulations, including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) (Regulation P), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (Reg V), the CAN-SPAM Act, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and applicable state law. Provide actionable legal advice to facilitate achievement of business objectives with respect to the collection, sharing, usage and disclosure of non-public personal information (NPI) received or generated by firm's and its subsidiaries and affiliates. Partner with the business to develop strategic solutions to mitigate and, where possible, eliminate privacy related legal risks across the product life-cycle including: New business initiatives; Vendor relationships and third-party contracts; Marketing; Training; Regulatory exams; Risk assessments. Review and approval of policies and procedures. Data use and sharing. Review and advise on privacy policies and disclosures, ensuring adoption of industry best practices. Identify, assess and communicate legal and regulatory developments, and advise the business on best practices to comply with legal and regulatory requirements. Proactive management and disciplined use of outside counsel and other external resources. Provide proactive strategic leadership and guidance on privacy issues across the enterprise to drive partnership, knowledge-sharing and efficiency. Support company engagement with government, industry, and consumer groups on privacy issues. Advise on potential business impact of proposed changes to US, EU and other international privacy and data security laws and regulations. Review collection, use and transfers of user data and draft privacy policies and disclosures. Draft and negotiate privacy and data protection-related provisions of complex commercial and technology contracts. Promote a risk-aware culture, ensure efficient and effective risk and compliance management practices by adhering to required standards and processes.

The candidate should have Bachelor s degree, Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and license to practice law in Illinois. Must have 5+ years of relevant experience including consumer financial services legal advisory experience gained while employed at a financial institution, regulatory agency or law firm. Must have strong technical knowledge of all aspects of U.S. domestic and international privacy laws/regulations, including GLBA, Reg. P, TCPA, FCRA, Reg. V, CAN-SPAM Act, GDPR and applicable state law laws and regulations. Must have business-oriented professional with strong analytic skills, and the ability to suggest practical and innovative solutions around legal issues in support of strategic business initiatives and objectives. Experience with online, mobile and digital technology issues is required. Experience in other relevant consumer financial services laws such as UDAAP, fair lending, TILA, SCRA and MLA is a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-06

Privacy and Transaction Attorney

Dallas TX Privacy and Transaction Attorney The candidate will provide legal support and advice to multiple departments regarding data privacy and protection laws. Will be draft privacy policies and information security policies. Providing legal support to multiple departments in negotiating, drafting, and reviewing contracts and provisions, including technology and marketing. Advising and managing data protection incidents. Act as a legal contact for supply chain management, technology and other departments of the Company in negotiating, drafting and reviewing major and/or non-standard commercial and technology contracts, including licensing agreements, maintenance agreements, professional services agreements, cloud services agreements, outsourcing agreements, software as a service agreements, hardware purchasing agreements, e-commerce agreements, website and mobile hosting and development agreements, evaluation agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and telecommunications agreements. Analyze and interpret existing Company agreements to provide advice and guidance. Collaborate with legal department colleagues on a variety of legal and regulatory issues, with an emphasis on privacy, security and regulatory compliance. Provide legal counsel on intellectual property issues, including trademarks, copyrights, patents, and domain names. Strategically manage outside counsel and budgets. Must have specialized knowledge of state and federal privacy laws, biometric laws, PCI, CASL, GDPR, COPPA, CAN-SPAM, TCPA, and other laws and regulations applicable to data privacy and protection. Should have 3+ years of experience with a mid-sized to major law firm or in-house legal department as a practicing transactional attorney with a focus on technology transactions, privacy and data protection. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-04

Senior Privacy And Data Counsel

San Mateo CA Senior Privacy and Data Counsel The candidate will be Play a leadership role by helping develop and drive data law strategy into an international and market-leading business in video games, digital entertainment, and technology. Work on cutting edge-technologies and content such as interactive entertainment, content streaming, and virtual reality. Counsel product teams on development of the (including its social network, music, movie, game streaming, and other elements), a platform of over 70 million users worldwide. Review business activities that collect, use, disclose, or dispose of data for compliance with law, policy, and best practices. Draft consumer notices, intra-company agreements and contract terms, and negotiate data-related contract provisions. Develop standardized policies, tools and processes, and implement them (in conjunction with InfoSec, DataGov, etc.) into operations to mitigate data processing legal risks and reduce the volume of one-off reviews. Develop and maintain expertise in data law. Develop training materials. Should have Membership in a State Bar, preferably CA. Must have 7-10 years of experience and demonstrable knowledge in the following areas: Privacy and Information Security law. (Records Retention, Data Deletion or Destruction, Wiretapping/Monitoring, or Data Transfer law would also be useful). Experience with US privacy and data law is needed. Experience with Central and South American data law is a significant plus. Any non-US data law experience is also a plus. Knowledge of social privacy issues (friends, family, identity), the characteristics of data/information and its lifecycle, and data governance is must. Bilingual in - Spanish, Portuguese or Japanese is desired. Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2018-06-28

Privacy Counsel

San Mateo CA Privacy Counsel The candidate will advise the company on a range of privacy, data protection and security-related legal and compliance initiatives. This is a full-time position located in our San Mateo, California headquarters reporting into the company s Head of Legal. The role is broad and, among other things, involves advising clients on various legal risks and obligations under global privacy laws and driving high-profile cross-functional initiatives across the business involving a variety of complex legal and/or regulatory issues. Develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and protection laws and advising on the impact of the same on firm's business. Assist product owners in evaluating the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on product features. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across firm's services and group companies. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across the business. Participate in the development and management of firm's (and the firm's group companies ) privacy terms and policies. Support data and privacy incident response. Manage and participate in internal privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure firm's meets its obligations under those programs.

The candidate must have 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or prior in-house experience with internet or technology companies (litigation, regulatory, product counseling or operational privacy experience will be considered). Should have J.D. degree and membership in at least one US state Bar, preferably California Bar. CIPP/US and CIPP/E, or ability and willingness to achieve both within six months is required. Must have experience prioritizing work and providing advice under deadlines. Business judgment and client counseling experience is required. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment as a manager and individual contributor is required. Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially those relevant for e-commerce, ad tech and internet companies is preferred. Demonstrated expertise in privacy and data issues arising in one or more privacy areas, such as advertising, B2C products, data analytics and artificial intelligence, or privacy program implementation/management is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-28

Associate General Counsel - Privacy

Wilton CT Associate General Counsel - Privacy The candidate will work as part of a team of global privacy and data protection professionals to ensure privacy and data protection compliance while enabling business innovation. Will report to the Deputy General Counsel - Privacy. Advise on global data protection and privacy laws and regulations, drawing on knowledge and experience with specific industry requirements, self-regulatory codes (e.g., DAA, EDAA, NAI), and best practices. Identify business risks and requirements resulting from new and evolving privacy laws and regulations. Analyze existing and new products and solutions, including traditional market research panels and innovative products involving emerging technologies, and ensure they comply with applicable privacy and data protection laws and industry best practices. Review data collection and use practices to ensure consistency and legal compliance. Work with colleagues in Legal, Compliance, Security, HR, and the businesses to continually enhance and manage the global privacy compliance framework. Develop and provide data protection training and awareness programs/materials. Review, draft and negotiate privacy and data protection terms in agreements with customers, business partners and vendors. Draft privacy statements, and other privacy disclosures for websites, mobile apps, panels, surveys, and employees in connection with company's products and services. Advise on notification and other obligations in connection with security/privacy incidents and company's incident response program.

The candidate must have 7-10 years of privacy and data protection-related legal experience in-house with a global company or combined with time spent at a law firm. Solid understanding of Internet technologies is required. Experience in a digital marketing industry/ad tech preferred. CIPP accreditation is also preferred. Must have deep knowledge of US, EU and other international data protection laws (including in-depth understanding of the GDPR).
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2018-06-28
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Senior Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# DUGJ139925
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: Advises and Oversees SPE s Data Privacy Compliance Program for Global Operations Provide and coordinate legal advice regarding data privacy laws, regulations, requirements (including GDPR) applicable to the collection, use, transfer, and sharing of personal data. Create, develop, and enhance privacy compliance tools & processes, such as data collection intake forms, privacy impact assessments, and contract templates for third party agreements. Provide legal advice to Information Security and IT teams on privacy matters. Advise on data incident response issues, including breach notifications and remediation plans. Provide recommendations regarding internal and external resources to support the privacy program. Liaise with Sony Corporation and its operating companies re privacy requirements and strategies. Monitor domestic and international privacy developments and identify related best practices. Facilitates SPE s Consumer Data Privacy Compliance Across Multiple Lines of Business. Provide legal advice and support to line of business attorneys as they evaluate privacy implications of, and implement effective privacy solutions for, business activities involving the collection and use of consumer data: Serve as a centralized resource for privacy developments related to digital marketing; Conduct Legal Privacy Committee meetings and facilitating cross-business discussions; Provide a point of escalation for cross-business privacy needs and decision-making. Manages SPE s Employee Data Privacy Program Implementation for Global Operations. Provide legal advice to SPE regarding compliance with employee data privacy legal requirements and SPE and Sony policies. Review, evaluate, and implement proposed privacy requirements for corporate initiatives and vendor agreements that involve the collection and use of personal data. Assist in the preparation of privacy impact assessments by clarifying the services to be performed and analyzing their effect on the protection of personal data. Participate in negotiations with third party vendors regarding data privacy issues in a variety of commercial agreements. Structure and negotiate data use agreements and data transfer agreements to help ensure inclusion of appropriate data privacy protections. Consult and coordinate with outside counsel regarding local legal requirements, including regulatory filings for international data protection authorities and consultations with European Works Councils. Supports Legal Compliance team. Support Legal Compliance group initiatives and projects as needed.

Requirements: JD degree from ABA accredited law school with strong academic credentials. Member of the State Bar of California or qualified to practice in California as registered in-house counsel. 5-7 years of relevant law firm and/or in-house legal experience, including providing privacy advice for digital marketing activities. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) preferred. Direct experience applying U.S. and non-U.S. privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines in a business context. In-depth experience drafting and negotiating commercial agreements. Excellent written/verbal communication, presentation and negotiation skills. High proficiency with Microsoft Office software (including Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Word). Proven ability to work both independently and collaboratively with colleagues at all levels of the company. Flexibility to manage multiple matters, and new areas of expertise as business needs change. Strong organizational skills and ability to identify prioritize and resolve issues quickly and effectively in a complex and creative environment. Be an innovative/creative problem solver who can find legal solutions to business issues. Be comfortable with a fair amount of ambiguity. Be down to earth with high emotional intelligence, sound judgment, common sense, confidence, and the ability to act decisively. Maintain a positive attitude, sense of humor, and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality.
 
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Senior Privacy Counsel
Refer job# XCGF139889
 
Senior Privacy Counsel Responsibilities: Develop and maintain a complete understanding of company's privacy and security policies including privacy policy, cookie policy and how data and privacy laws, including FTC guidelines and GDPR, impact the company and the industry. Support potential merger and acquisition activities, including due diligence documentation, execution and post-deal integration. Independently draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of commercial contracts, including data agreements, licensing agreements, production agreements, distribution agreements and terms of service. Advise business units on intellectual property, licensing, data protection, privacy, digital advertising, and other legal issues relevant to content creation and distribution by an online media company. Conduct privacy impact assessments for new opportunities and work with the security team and other stakeholders to develop and implement appropriate strategies. Collaborate with, and counsel, business unit leaders, editors, sales and marketing teams and others in a wide range of issues relating to digital media and publishing including copyright, affiliate marketing, native advertising and social media.

Requirements: One or more of CIPP/US, CIPP/E or CIPM (IAPP) or equivalent certification preferred. 7+ years as a practicing attorney in a law firm and/or comparable in-house legal department. Outstanding analytic, communication and organizational skills, including excellent drafting and negotiation skills. Should be diligent and proactive, and have demonstrated excellent legal and business judgment and strategic thinking, along with the ability to work independently and supervise junior attorneys and paralegals. Knowledge of IP, privacy and data use issues along with experience working on technology and online media contracts, transactions and deals are critical.
 
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Senior Privacy Counsel
Refer job# MWQD139897
 
Senior Privacy Counsel The candidate will participate on a small data privacy and IT Legal Affairs team and assist the Chief Privacy Officer as part of the global privacy program. As a member of this team, will provide legal guidance on a broad range of data privacy and IT security issues for functional clients, including Marketing, Sales, Human Resources, IT, Corporate Development, R&D, Corporate Communications, and others. Will also work extensively with other attorneys in Legal Affairs providing legal support to them on data privacy issues in their functional client areas or businesses.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school or equivalent international accreditation. 7+ years of demonstrated experience in data privacy. Preferred Qualifications: Admitted to practice in Minnesota or eligible for admission within six months of employment. 7+ years of legal experience in data privacy with an understanding of other legal issues arising out of information technology. Demonstrated ability to communicate and collaborate effectively within a team environment. Deep understanding of and firsthand legal experience with advising clients in a multinational, highly matrixed in-house business environment. Demonstrated positive approach to problem-solving and ability to build internal alliances across diverse stakeholder groups. Developed sense of judgment, risk management skills and ability to balance business needs, regulatory obligations and reputational risks in an objective, practical way; demonstrated ability to both grasp the "big picture and attend to details. Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced business environment and drive complex projects to completion. Highly developed analytical and legal research skills; highly effective written and verbal communications skills; ability to communicate and relate at all levels of the organization. Reputation for integrity and ability to balance business partnership with the need to exercise independent judgment.
 
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Senior Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# FTAP139849
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: Advises and Oversees SPE s Data Privacy Compliance Program for Global Operations; Provide and coordinate legal advice regarding data privacy laws, regulations, requirements (including GDPR) applicable to the collection, use, transfer, and sharing of personal data. Create, develop, and enhance privacy compliance tools & processes, such as data collection intake forms, privacy impact assessments, and contract templates for third party agreements. Provide legal advice to Information Security and IT teams on privacy matters. Advise on data incident response issues, including breach notifications and remediation plans. Provide recommendations regarding internal and external resources to support the privacy program. Liaise with Sony Corporation and its operating companies re privacy requirements and strategies. Monitor domestic and international privacy developments and identify related best practices. Facilitates SPE s Consumer Data Privacy Compliance Across Multiple Lines of Business: Provide legal advice and support to line of business attorneys as they evaluate privacy implications of, and implement effective privacy solutions for, business activities involving the collection and use of consumer data: Serve as a centralized resource for privacy developments related to digital marketing; Conduct Legal Privacy Committee meetings and facilitating cross-business discussions; Provide a point of escalation for cross-business privacy needs and decision-making. Manages SPE s Employee Data Privacy Program Implementation for Global Operations; Provide legal advice to SPE regarding compliance with employee data privacy legal requirements and SPE and Sony policies. Review, evaluate, and implement proposed privacy requirements for corporate initiatives and vendor agreements that involve the collection and use of personal data. Assist in the preparation of privacy impact assessments by clarifying the services to be performed and analyzing their effect on the protection of personal data. Participate in negotiations with third party vendors regarding data privacy issues in a variety of commercial agreements. Structure and negotiate data use agreements and data transfer agreements to help ensure inclusion of appropriate data privacy protections. Consult and coordinate with outside counsel regarding local legal requirements, including regulatory filings for international data protection authorities and consultations with European Works Councils. Supports Legal Compliance team. Support Legal Compliance group initiatives and projects as needed.

The candidate should have JD degree from ABA accredited law school with strong academic credentials. Member of the State Bar of California or qualified to practice in California as registered in-house counsel. Should have 5-7 years of relevant law firm and/or in-house legal experience, including providing privacy advice for digital marketing activities. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) preferred. Direct experience applying U.S. and non-U.S. privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines in a business context. In-depth experience drafting and negotiating commercial agreements. Excellent written/verbal communication, presentation and negotiation skills. High proficiency with Microsoft Office software (including Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Word). Proven ability to work both independently and collaboratively with colleagues at all levels of the company. Flexibility to manage multiple matters, and new areas of expertise as business needs change. Strong organizational skills and ability to identify prioritize and resolve issues quickly and effectively in a complex and creative environment.
 
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Senior Counsel, Privacy and Compliance
Refer job# EBBC139866
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy and Compliance The candidate will work closely with the Associate General Counsel supporting privacy and compliance efforts for firm. Providing consultation and support to business units and functions regarding privacy concepts, legal and regulatory requirements, information classification, best practices, and controls. Developing solutions to ensure compliance with all laws, regulations, and policies representing all aspects of the company s global business operations to include its products, product development, data collection, software, data retention, transfer and deletion. Conducting functional analysis of business processes involving the collection, processing or disclosure of personal information, identify issues and potential risks, coordinate the documentation of process improvements, development or resolution or mitigation plans, and recommend safeguards and controls. Monitoring, researching and analyzing existing, proposed and new laws, regulations and policies globally with respect to their present and future impact upon company operations. Managing and reviewing all firm privacy policies; respond to customer, partner, vendor, third party, and consumer privacy and compliance inquiries. Establish and maintain high-level relationships with the major global anti-virus (AV) software vendors through direct outreach, industry conferences and other venues and contacts. Represent firm s interests as a market and media research leader for purposes of whitelisting various research metering software, establishing appropriate relationships and contacts to receive and preview new firm meter versions and resolving inadvertent AV flagging as expeditiously as possible. Work with the Panel and Technology teams to develop strategy and establish best practices regarding firm recruitment and metering initiatives as they relate to maintaining compliance with privacy and security standards. Review, complete and maintain various industry privacy compliance certifications to assist in achieving the above requirements. Advise Panel and Technology teams on existing, proposed and new laws, regulations and policies globally related to market/media research panel recruiting practices and panel operations by country. Provide oversight and review of Third Party Application Provider (TAP) partners and other recruiting methodologies for overall compliance. Review TAP and other recruiting partner contracts for adherence to comScore privacy and security policies and procedures.

The candidate must have JD degree from an accredited law school with strong academic record; exception may be made to education requirement for a privacy and compliance professional with 8+ years of pertinent experience. Should have 5-6 years of legal experience with 2+ years demonstrated track record of increased responsibility in corporate privacy and compliance functions. Knowledge of, and experience with a variety of state, federal, and international privacy, security and/or data protection laws and regulations, as well as familiarity with readiness in meeting upcoming global data privacy laws, such as GDPR, CASL. Previous experience leading privacy and compliance initiatives is required. Public company experience, in-house, and/or familiarity with software or big data is preferred. Previous experience and familiarity with domestic and international privacy policy laws, policies and regulations is needed. Previous experience leading or advising multidisciplinary teams is needed. Experience and comfort working in a fast-paced environment, self-starter, collaborator, well-organized, and solutions-driven with the ability to multi-task and manage a large volume of current priorities is needed.
 
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Director and Senior Counsel, Law Center of Excellence (Privacy)
Refer job# EODX139832
 
Director and Senior Counsel, Law Center of Excellence (Privacy) The candidate will serve as lead privacy counsel for the enterprise as part of a multi-disciplinary team of legal subject matter experts in firm's Law Center of Excellence. Will be responsible for advising internal business partners, product advisory attorneys, and Corporate Compliance to ensure compliance with federal, state and international privacy and laws and regulations. Serve as a legal subject matter expert on all aspects of U.S. domestic and international privacy laws/regulations, including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) (Regulation P), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (Reg V), the CAN-SPAM Act, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and applicable state law. Provide actionable legal advice to facilitate achievement of business objectives with respect to the collection, sharing, usage and disclosure of non-public personal information (NPI) received or generated by firm's and its subsidiaries and affiliates. Partner with the business to develop strategic solutions to mitigate and, where possible, eliminate privacy related legal risks across the product life-cycle including: New business initiatives; Vendor relationships and third-party contracts; Marketing; Training; Regulatory exams; Risk assessments. Review and approval of policies and procedures. Data use and sharing. Review and advise on privacy policies and disclosures, ensuring adoption of industry best practices. Identify, assess and communicate legal and regulatory developments, and advise the business on best practices to comply with legal and regulatory requirements. Proactive management and disciplined use of outside counsel and other external resources. Provide proactive strategic leadership and guidance on privacy issues across the enterprise to drive partnership, knowledge-sharing and efficiency. Support company engagement with government, industry, and consumer groups on privacy issues. Advise on potential business impact of proposed changes to US, EU and other international privacy and data security laws and regulations. Review collection, use and transfers of user data and draft privacy policies and disclosures. Draft and negotiate privacy and data protection-related provisions of complex commercial and technology contracts. Promote a risk-aware culture, ensure efficient and effective risk and compliance management practices by adhering to required standards and processes.

The candidate should have Bachelor s degree, Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and license to practice law in Illinois. Must have 5+ years of relevant experience including consumer financial services legal advisory experience gained while employed at a financial institution, regulatory agency or law firm. Must have strong technical knowledge of all aspects of U.S. domestic and international privacy laws/regulations, including GLBA, Reg. P, TCPA, FCRA, Reg. V, CAN-SPAM Act, GDPR and applicable state law laws and regulations. Must have business-oriented professional with strong analytic skills, and the ability to suggest practical and innovative solutions around legal issues in support of strategic business initiatives and objectives. Experience with online, mobile and digital technology issues is required. Experience in other relevant consumer financial services laws such as UDAAP, fair lending, TILA, SCRA and MLA is a plus.
 
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Privacy and Transaction Attorney
Refer job# MUFU139780
 
Privacy and Transaction Attorney The candidate will provide legal support and advice to multiple departments regarding data privacy and protection laws. Will be draft privacy policies and information security policies. Providing legal support to multiple departments in negotiating, drafting, and reviewing contracts and provisions, including technology and marketing. Advising and managing data protection incidents. Act as a legal contact for supply chain management, technology and other departments of the Company in negotiating, drafting and reviewing major and/or non-standard commercial and technology contracts, including licensing agreements, maintenance agreements, professional services agreements, cloud services agreements, outsourcing agreements, software as a service agreements, hardware purchasing agreements, e-commerce agreements, website and mobile hosting and development agreements, evaluation agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and telecommunications agreements. Analyze and interpret existing Company agreements to provide advice and guidance. Collaborate with legal department colleagues on a variety of legal and regulatory issues, with an emphasis on privacy, security and regulatory compliance. Provide legal counsel on intellectual property issues, including trademarks, copyrights, patents, and domain names. Strategically manage outside counsel and budgets. Must have specialized knowledge of state and federal privacy laws, biometric laws, PCI, CASL, GDPR, COPPA, CAN-SPAM, TCPA, and other laws and regulations applicable to data privacy and protection. Should have 3+ years of experience with a mid-sized to major law firm or in-house legal department as a practicing transactional attorney with a focus on technology transactions, privacy and data protection.
 
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Senior Privacy And Data Counsel
Refer job# MTNW139691
 
Senior Privacy and Data Counsel The candidate will be Play a leadership role by helping develop and drive data law strategy into an international and market-leading business in video games, digital entertainment, and technology. Work on cutting edge-technologies and content such as interactive entertainment, content streaming, and virtual reality. Counsel product teams on development of the (including its social network, music, movie, game streaming, and other elements), a platform of over 70 million users worldwide. Review business activities that collect, use, disclose, or dispose of data for compliance with law, policy, and best practices. Draft consumer notices, intra-company agreements and contract terms, and negotiate data-related contract provisions. Develop standardized policies, tools and processes, and implement them (in conjunction with InfoSec, DataGov, etc.) into operations to mitigate data processing legal risks and reduce the volume of one-off reviews. Develop and maintain expertise in data law. Develop training materials. Should have Membership in a State Bar, preferably CA. Must have 7-10 years of experience and demonstrable knowledge in the following areas: Privacy and Information Security law. (Records Retention, Data Deletion or Destruction, Wiretapping/Monitoring, or Data Transfer law would also be useful). Experience with US privacy and data law is needed. Experience with Central and South American data law is a significant plus. Any non-US data law experience is also a plus. Knowledge of social privacy issues (friends, family, identity), the characteristics of data/information and its lifecycle, and data governance is must. Bilingual in - Spanish, Portuguese or Japanese is desired.
 
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Privacy Counsel
Refer job# ZCDI139692
 
Privacy Counsel The candidate will advise the company on a range of privacy, data protection and security-related legal and compliance initiatives. This is a full-time position located in our San Mateo, California headquarters reporting into the company s Head of Legal. The role is broad and, among other things, involves advising clients on various legal risks and obligations under global privacy laws and driving high-profile cross-functional initiatives across the business involving a variety of complex legal and/or regulatory issues. Develop and maintain subject matter expertise in areas of data use and protection laws and advising on the impact of the same on firm's business. Assist product owners in evaluating the impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on product features. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across firm's services and group companies. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across the business. Participate in the development and management of firm's (and the firm's group companies ) privacy terms and policies. Support data and privacy incident response. Manage and participate in internal privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure firm's meets its obligations under those programs.

The candidate must have 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or prior in-house experience with internet or technology companies (litigation, regulatory, product counseling or operational privacy experience will be considered). Should have J.D. degree and membership in at least one US state Bar, preferably California Bar. CIPP/US and CIPP/E, or ability and willingness to achieve both within six months is required. Must have experience prioritizing work and providing advice under deadlines. Business judgment and client counseling experience is required. Experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment as a manager and individual contributor is required. Experience with global privacy laws, regulations, and industry guidelines, especially those relevant for e-commerce, ad tech and internet companies is preferred. Demonstrated expertise in privacy and data issues arising in one or more privacy areas, such as advertising, B2C products, data analytics and artificial intelligence, or privacy program implementation/management is preferred.
 
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Associate General Counsel - Privacy
Refer job# ASSJ139694
 
Associate General Counsel - Privacy The candidate will work as part of a team of global privacy and data protection professionals to ensure privacy and data protection compliance while enabling business innovation. Will report to the Deputy General Counsel - Privacy. Advise on global data protection and privacy laws and regulations, drawing on knowledge and experience with specific industry requirements, self-regulatory codes (e.g., DAA, EDAA, NAI), and best practices. Identify business risks and requirements resulting from new and evolving privacy laws and regulations. Analyze existing and new products and solutions, including traditional market research panels and innovative products involving emerging technologies, and ensure they comply with applicable privacy and data protection laws and industry best practices. Review data collection and use practices to ensure consistency and legal compliance. Work with colleagues in Legal, Compliance, Security, HR, and the businesses to continually enhance and manage the global privacy compliance framework. Develop and provide data protection training and awareness programs/materials. Review, draft and negotiate privacy and data protection terms in agreements with customers, business partners and vendors. Draft privacy statements, and other privacy disclosures for websites, mobile apps, panels, surveys, and employees in connection with company's products and services. Advise on notification and other obligations in connection with security/privacy incidents and company's incident response program.

The candidate must have 7-10 years of privacy and data protection-related legal experience in-house with a global company or combined with time spent at a law firm. Solid understanding of Internet technologies is required. Experience in a digital marketing industry/ad tech preferred. CIPP accreditation is also preferred. Must have deep knowledge of US, EU and other international data protection laws (including in-depth understanding of the GDPR).
 
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