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Privacy Counsel And Brand Enforcement

Mason OH Privacy Counsel And Brand Enforcement The candidate will investigate and manage cases involving counterfeiting, product diversion, trademark and patent infringement, unauthorized usage of trademarks and copyrighted materials. Manage outside counsel on active cases and review pleadings and correspondence. Assist with managing outside investigators by providing training and guidance on surveys. Conduct high level background checks to support civil and criminal enforcement efforts. Draft cease and desist letters and negotiate successful outcomes for the business. Perform legal research on matters when needed. Counsel and provide support on all privacy and data security related matters managed by the Privacy Office. Advise on the requirements of, and compliance with, federal and state privacy and data security laws. Investigate and respond to data incidents, including preparation of required documentation pursuant to federal and state laws or in response to enforcement actions for alleged data security and privacy violations. Draft privacy policies and procedures for compliance with federal and state laws. Coordinate with outside counsel to advise business on privacy matters. Assist with risk assessments and remediation tasks when appropriate. Must have Juris Doctorate (J.D.) and Bar admission to a U.S. jurisdiction. Should have 2+ years of relevant experience with a private firm or corporate legal department. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Should have knowledge of basic office tools such as word, power point & excel. Experience in intellectual property litigation preferred. Experience advising on privacy and data security law and compliance efforts desired. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-29

Data Privacy Attorney

Paramus NJ Data Privacy Attorney The candidate will assist with the development and implementation of the data privacy and compliance program. Serve on a multi-disciplinary team of employees from the Legal, IT, HR, Procurement and Customer Service departments to implement certain action items that were developed as part of a data privacy impact assessment for NY SHIELD Act compliance (this includes drafting new policy documents and revising existing policies and vendor contracts). Support the General Counsel in coordinating the overall implementation of key initiatives by various departments for NY SHIELD Act compliance. Must have J.D. degree from an accredited U.S. law school and license to practice law in at least one U.S. state. CIPP/US certification a plus. Should have 7+ years of legal experience and at least three (3) years of privacy related experience. Must have knowledge and subject matter command of U.S. state and federal privacy laws, regulations and industry standards. Should have knowledge of key privacy regulations, including GDPR, CCPA and NY SHIELD Act. Note: This is a contract position for 4-5 months with the opportunity of extension. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Legal Counsel, Privacy & Compliance

New York City NY Legal Counsel, Privacy & Compliance Duties: Working closely with the Legal Director, Global Privacy to advise on compliance across all aspects of the Americas data privacy laws and regulations (e.g., CCPA, LGPD), including data protection, data retention, data security, data breach rules, consumer-facing disclaimers and notifications, website privacy policies, ensuring consistent application of data privacy policies, practices and PVH privacy programs and guidelines. Providing privacy guidance for PVH initiatives that involve vendor, consumer and associate information, including advising on privacy's cutting-edge retail and marketing initiatives; Supporting the development of, and maintaining as required, privacy programs and its related documentation. Developing and providing online and in-person data privacy trainings; Managing the company's Data Privacy Champion program globally with the Information Security Group, including providing training and guidance; working with the Legal Director, Global Privacy in Amsterdam to develop appropriate compliance program documentation, and working with the Legal Director, Global Privacy and Data Privacy Champions to track data privacy posture, as well as relevant regulatory developments around the world; Reviewing and advising on privacy provisions for contracts and other commercial agreements; Working closely with Legal and the Information Security Group teams, supporting as needed information security incident response process and supporting the investigation of potential privacy incidents, complaints or breaches in the Americas, including notifications and other resolution efforts. Assisting Internal Audit with internal and external privacy-related audits. Assisting the Information Security Group, Compliance and Legal teams in managing third party due diligence processes and screening of vendors that pose data privacy risks; As time permits, assisting the Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Global Compliance with other key components of global compliance program, including managing its anti-bribery and economic sanctions compliance initiatives and various compliance risk assessments.

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree required. JD Degree, Master's in Compliance or a related field required. 3-6 years compliance experience at a law firm, corporation, consulting or accounting firm, with a focus on privacy. Experience with CCPA, LGPD and GDPR data privacy regulation. IAPP Privacy Certification (e.g., CIPP or CIPM) preferred. Additional language capabilities are a plus. Experience with privacy issues facing retailers preferred. Experience with developing and implementing a general privacy compliance program and working with first-party data sets preferred. Provide practical business solutions to address risk to business partners; identify opportunities to minimize risks, and improve processes and efficiencies that add value to the business. Find creative and workable solutions to new or emerging privacy issues; to the needs of the business and handle ad hoc and urgent projects; sound and balanced legal judgment and business awareness; Provide advice on technical legal issues in a clear, succinct and easy-to-understand manner to a non-legal audiences, in oral and written formats; Take initiative to stay abreast on current and emerging privacy laws and regulations around the globe; Demonstrate flexibility and willingness to work on a broad range of compliance matters; excellent collaboration skills, managing multiple projects and tasks simultaneously across various functions, and on a deadline; discretion and maintain confidentiality of sensitive information. Exceptional interpersonal skills, a team player attitude, and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality. Strong interpersonal and influencing skills that can be utilized for both internal and external relationships, with the ability to reconcile compliance requirements with business needs, as pragmatically as possible.
Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2020-09-28

Senior Privacy Counsel

Pleasanton CA Senior Privacy Counsel Duties: Negotiate data processing agreements with customers and vendors. As a provider of cloud-based services, Workday operates as a data processor with respect to its customers. Will have lead responsibility for negotiating compliant data processing agreements with customers that fit our one-to-many model, while ensuring a great customer experience. Provide support to inbound team as they negotiate privacy agreements with vendors. Provide privacy advice in connection with the development of new products and services. Work with product legal team to provide privacy compliance advice on products, including with respect to how new technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and blockchain interact with privacy laws. Advise on activities related to Workday's privacy incident response program. Manage outside counsel advice for domestic and global privacy and security projects. Provide legal advice in connection with Workday's privacy compliance program. Provide advice on legal requirements and serve as a trusted counselor to the team.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited school and 6+ years of privacy experience in a law firm, in-house or other legal role with a track record of providing practical business-friendly advice Expert knowledge of data protection and information security laws, rules and regulations in the U.S. and globally, including CCPA, and the EU General Data Protection Regulation. Experience negotiating data processing agreements, particularly in connection with cloud computing services. Experience providing privacy advice in connection with the development of new products and services, particularly in the technology/cloud computing spaces. Exposure to cutting edge privacy issues posed by machine learning, artificial intelligence, and blockchain. Strong oral and written communication skills, from email advice to detailed memoranda to negotiations with counterparties to advocacy in client meetings. Familiarity with technology, with a focus on cloud computing, SaaS, cloud computing, enterprise software or social network environment. Detail-orientation and ability to balance competing priorities and manage multiple projects simultaneously under deadline pressure. Excellent judgment and sense of humor. Ability to deliver in a demanding and entrepreneurial environment in a timely manner.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Senior Attorney (Privacy)

Bellevue WA Senior Attorney (Privacy) Duties: Draft, review, and implement internal and public facing privacy and other compliance policies, procedures. Serve as subject matter expert on relevant privacy laws and remain current with laws, regulations and frameworks such as GDPR, CCPA, Privacy Shield, COPPA, ePrivacy, FTC best practices, and advise on the impact of the same on TPCi's business and operations. Advise on day-to-day privacy and data security issues and provide guidance on new and existing products and features to ensure compliance with applicable laws, such as GDPR, CCPA, and COPPA, state laws, other international laws. Support and advise the Information Security Team in developing the compliance programs related to GDPR, CCPA, and other applicable laws and regulations, as well as developing and delivering privacy compliance training and awareness programs. Support and advise the HR Team in developing and delivering employee related privacy compliance and closely work with the employment attorney in the Legal Team. Work with and proactively engage cross-functional teams to deliver appropriate and timely legal advice on a wide variety of privacy compliance matters, such as technology, marketing, and product teams surrounding customer accounts and other consumer products. Substantive experience analyzing, drafting and review compliance provisions in a wide variety of transactions, especially Saas, or Paas licenses. Assist with developing the compliance program documentation, including data privacy impact assessments, data mapping, records of processing, risk analyses, incident reports including investigation, and related artifacts. Advise on data subject access requests, working closely with the DPO, and other legal team members.

Qualifications: Membership in good standing with the Washington State Bar. IAPP certification a plus. 5 years of relevant experience and knowledge around privacy, data security, and policy issues. Demonstrated experience working closely with technology and security teams, through out an entire product life cycle on matters relating to privacy compliance, plus managing incidents and associated notifications and escalations. Working experience operationalizing privacy management and familiarity with third-party privacy and project management tools Experience managing outside counsel and narrowing asks in order to obtain relevant legal analysis and advice.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Monetization Counsel, Privacy

Los Angeles CA Monetization Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: Lead Privacy lawyer for the US region. Support monetization efforts in the launch of new products and features across the Americas (North/Central/ South). Work closely with Privacy subject matter experts in the US and globally to establish and maintain compliance. Drive strong relationships with internal stakeholders, in particular, Advertising Technology, Data Partnerships and Ad Policy groups. Build intake policies and end-to-end workflows to support our data privacy compliance program. Time to be split roughly 50/50 between deal negotiation and compliance programs.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree plus a JD Degree from top-tier ABA-accredited law school. Member in good standing of the California or New York Bar. CIPP Certification. 5+ years' of law practice, preferably in a general corporate group of a top law firm. Thorough understanding of online advertising and data privacy solutions (e.g., use of cookies and cookie alternatives, programmatic advertising, data management platforms, data suppliers, custom audience creation). Highly organized and energetic, able to navigate a fast-paced environment and be highly responsive to deadline-oriented clients. Must be client-focused and driven to do better than the status quo.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Senior Privacy Counsel

Washington DC Senior Privacy Counsel Duties: Negotiate data processing agreements with customers and vendors. As a provider of cloud-based services, Workday operates as a data processor with respect to its customers. Will have lead responsibility for negotiating compliant data processing agreements with customers that fit our one-to-many model, while ensuring a great customer experience. Provide support to inbound team as they negotiate privacy agreements with vendors. Provide privacy advice in connection with the development of new products and services. Work with product legal team to provide privacy compliance advice on products, including with respect to how new technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and blockchain interact with privacy laws. Advise on activities related to Workday's privacy incident response program. Manage outside counsel advice for domestic and global privacy and security projects. Provide legal advice in connection with Workday's privacy compliance program. Provide advice on legal requirements and serve as a trusted counselor to the team.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited school and 6+ years of privacy experience in a law firm, in-house or other legal role with a track record of providing practical business-friendly advice Expert knowledge of data protection and information security laws, rules and regulations in the U.S. and globally, including CCPA, and the EU General Data Protection Regulation. Experience negotiating data processing agreements, particularly in connection with cloud computing services. Experience providing privacy advice in connection with the development of new products and services, particularly in the technology/cloud computing spaces. Exposure to cutting edge privacy issues posed by machine learning, artificial intelligence, and blockchain. Strong oral and written communication skills, from email advice to detailed memoranda to negotiations with counterparties to advocacy in client meetings. Familiarity with technology, with a focus on cloud computing, SaaS, cloud computing, enterprise software or social network environment. Detail-orientation and ability to balance competing priorities and manage multiple projects simultaneously under deadline pressure. Excellent judgment and sense of humor. Ability to deliver in a demanding and entrepreneurial environment in a timely manner.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Corporate Counsel - Data Security & Privacy

Bethesda MD Corporate Counsel - Data Security & Privacy Duties: Counsel and advise senior management and various legal, IT security, and business teams on mitigating global cybersecurity and privacy risks; Monitor evolving laws, regulations, and best practices in the areas of cybersecurity and privacy to help identify critical legal issues and practical compliance solutions for the Company; Work closely with internal business partners to understand their business processes, applications, projects, and technologies to ensure compliance with relevant global cybersecurity and privacy laws, regulations, and best practices; Help design and embed data security and privacy requirements and controls into projects, products, technologies, initiatives, and services throughout the Company; Draft, review, and support negotiations regarding data security and privacy contractual provisions and controls in a wide variety of commercial agreements and arrangements in the 130+ countries and territories around the world where Marriott conducts business; Develop and implement effective global and local strategies, policies, notices, standards, controls, and training materials in the areas of cybersecurity and privacy; Provide legal and investigations support for the Company's global information security and privacy incident response program; Identify and advise on legal and compliance issues arising out of various internal and external data security and privacy audits, assessments, tests, reviews, and ongoing program improvement efforts; Provide legal and investigations support in global regulatory investigations and related follow-on litigation in the areas of cybersecurity and privacy; Maintain strong coordination, cooperation, and mutual support between the Law Department and other corporate departments with compliance obligations to ensure data security and privacy compliance roles and responsibilities are fulfilled effectively, such as Internal Audit, Human Resources, Risk Management (Insurance, Intelligence, and Investigations), Consumer Operations, Communications, Government Affairs, Finance, Information Technology, Global Operations, and Owner & Franchise Services.

Qualifications: Excellent academic record with a law degree (JD Degree) from a top law school; Admission to the Bar of a US state; 5+ years legal experience preferably in data security, privacy, and/or related litigation or regulatory compliance/investigations experience; High degree of technical competence and familiarity with computer systems and networks, including leading IT-security technologies and terminology; Outstanding analytical, writing, and oral presentation skills; Good working knowledge of key cybersecurity and privacy laws, regulations, and best practices (e.g., GDPR, CCPA, PIPEDA, LGPD, and the China Cybersecurity Law); Experience in providing advice and counsel on legal and ethical compliance matters, with a focus on individual integrity and principled business conduct; Experience in handling data security or privacy incidents across disciplines and managing data-incident response plans for potential breaches; and Experience interfacing with government authorities having jurisdiction over privacy and data security compliance and enforcement matters. Highly collaborative team player; Outstanding analytical, writing, and oral presentation skills; Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects and resources with a sense of urgency and to navigate within a complex organization in a deadline-driven environment; Independent and creative thinker with the ability to manage, structure, negotiate, and execute complex transactions; Ability to expeditiously identify and analyze issues and provide legally sound recommendations consistent with good business practices and reason; Strong interpersonal skills, and ability to interact effectively and work diplomatically with individuals at all levels; Ability to foster relationships and individual accountability across the organization; Excellent written and oral communication skills; Proven contract drafting and negotiating skills; Excellent conflict management skills and ability to influence without coercion; Ability to integrate and balance priorities, work activities, and resources for the benefit of multiple key stakeholders; Ability to identify opportunities for improvement and to facilitate the implementation of creative solutions; Ability to work independently, take ownership of and effectively resolve problems; and Availability for business travel.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Senior Privacy Counsel

New York City NY Senior Privacy Counsel The candidate will serve as the head of data privacy and the company's Data Protection Officer. Ensure the company is compliant with US and international privacy laws and regulations, including the CCPA and GDPR. Advise and support our product and engineering teams with respect to privacy issues. Develop and maintain a set of internal policies, programs and resources with respect to privacy. Remain knowledgeable on relevant industry laws and regulations. Review and manage data subject requests. Review, draft and comment on data protection agreements.The candidate should have J.D. degree and qualified to practice law in one or more state's bar.Should have 7 years of privacy experience, preferably at or representing successful, high-growth venture-backed companies. In-house experience is preferred. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-26

Assistant General Counsel, Global Digital And Privacy Law Head Of Digital Health Innovation Legal -

Philadelphia PA Assistant General Counsel, Global Digital and Privacy Law Head of Digital Health Innovation Legal - Pharma Responsibilities: Responsible for designing and implementing contracting, compliance and legal solutions for digital health innovation initiatives, aligning to Pharmaceutical business. Partner closely with global privacy legal team as well as other legal teams. May manage a team of 2 to up to 8 lawyers, all supporting digital health initiatives. Partner with the business to develop contract-based or product-based digital health offers and marketing initiatives. Share and upskill the legal team's knowledge in the digital health arena by developing best practices for business product offers. Lead legal playbooks and positioning in emerging and maturing technologies such as blockchain, AI, data analytics, etc. Become a trusted advisor to one or more chief digital officers, enable direct reports to develop trusted advisor and key business partner relationship with digital, marketing, data and analytics teams. Support major strategic pharma digital projects by participating and driving appropriate contract and offer structures, involving a combination of privacy, life sciences and technology legal issues. Establish strong relationships and serve as a business partner to key internal stakeholders for example Tech, Commercial, Marketing, Regulatory, and Medical Affairs. Build commercial viability in digital health by actively looking for opportunities to shape innovative projects in a compliant way. Lead negotiation strategy for third-party contracts, promote a competitively differentiating IP strategy, and successfully manage contracting risk in a balanced way. Conduct and handle privacy / data risk associated with health innovation; Lead the drafting of templates, playbooks and guidance notes using plain English. Lead training to the business client and to internal legal teams on the digital health offers. Collaborate extensively within and outside the digital legal team, including with tech and data specialists.

Qualifications: Life sciences expertise including one or more of drug development/R&D, Rx regulatory, marketing, supply chain, commercial. Technology transactions such as software licensing. Privacy (CIPP/E/US qualification or similar helpful). Intellectual Property in either life sciences or tech. E-commerce. Marketing and data analytics. A ground-breaking and market differentiating role, with excellent opportunity to develop, involving a team of combined health and tech legal experts in a fast-paced and dynamic environment. A combination of great people skills, business acumen and expertise is required to support the digital innovation in the Pharma business. Experience with pharmaceutical/biotech companies required. Excellent technical and drafting skills. A track record in leading and advising on a range of technology transactions. Compliance and knowledge management. Comfortable with advising senior stakeholders and building cross-functional relationships. Ability to provide creative and commercial solutions to new and challenging issues in a constantly changing environment. 10+ years of post-qualification experience for guideline purposes only. Previous leadership and/or management experience in pharma or other healthcare environments is desirable as this is a highly visible and impactful role.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-25
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Privacy Counsel And Brand Enforcement
Refer job# CNVM152089
 
Privacy Counsel And Brand Enforcement The candidate will investigate and manage cases involving counterfeiting, product diversion, trademark and patent infringement, unauthorized usage of trademarks and copyrighted materials. Manage outside counsel on active cases and review pleadings and correspondence. Assist with managing outside investigators by providing training and guidance on surveys. Conduct high level background checks to support civil and criminal enforcement efforts. Draft cease and desist letters and negotiate successful outcomes for the business. Perform legal research on matters when needed. Counsel and provide support on all privacy and data security related matters managed by the Privacy Office. Advise on the requirements of, and compliance with, federal and state privacy and data security laws. Investigate and respond to data incidents, including preparation of required documentation pursuant to federal and state laws or in response to enforcement actions for alleged data security and privacy violations. Draft privacy policies and procedures for compliance with federal and state laws. Coordinate with outside counsel to advise business on privacy matters. Assist with risk assessments and remediation tasks when appropriate. Must have Juris Doctorate (J.D.) and Bar admission to a U.S. jurisdiction. Should have 2+ years of relevant experience with a private firm or corporate legal department. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Should have knowledge of basic office tools such as word, power point & excel. Experience in intellectual property litigation preferred. Experience advising on privacy and data security law and compliance efforts desired.
 
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Data Privacy Attorney
Refer job# GFCW152022
 
Data Privacy Attorney The candidate will assist with the development and implementation of the data privacy and compliance program. Serve on a multi-disciplinary team of employees from the Legal, IT, HR, Procurement and Customer Service departments to implement certain action items that were developed as part of a data privacy impact assessment for NY SHIELD Act compliance (this includes drafting new policy documents and revising existing policies and vendor contracts). Support the General Counsel in coordinating the overall implementation of key initiatives by various departments for NY SHIELD Act compliance. Must have J.D. degree from an accredited U.S. law school and license to practice law in at least one U.S. state. CIPP/US certification a plus. Should have 7+ years of legal experience and at least three (3) years of privacy related experience. Must have knowledge and subject matter command of U.S. state and federal privacy laws, regulations and industry standards. Should have knowledge of key privacy regulations, including GDPR, CCPA and NY SHIELD Act. Note: This is a contract position for 4-5 months with the opportunity of extension.
 
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Legal Counsel, Privacy & Compliance
Refer job# EPWN152025
 
Legal Counsel, Privacy & Compliance Duties: Working closely with the Legal Director, Global Privacy to advise on compliance across all aspects of the Americas data privacy laws and regulations (e.g., CCPA, LGPD), including data protection, data retention, data security, data breach rules, consumer-facing disclaimers and notifications, website privacy policies, ensuring consistent application of data privacy policies, practices and PVH privacy programs and guidelines. Providing privacy guidance for PVH initiatives that involve vendor, consumer and associate information, including advising on privacy's cutting-edge retail and marketing initiatives; Supporting the development of, and maintaining as required, privacy programs and its related documentation. Developing and providing online and in-person data privacy trainings; Managing the company's Data Privacy Champion program globally with the Information Security Group, including providing training and guidance; working with the Legal Director, Global Privacy in Amsterdam to develop appropriate compliance program documentation, and working with the Legal Director, Global Privacy and Data Privacy Champions to track data privacy posture, as well as relevant regulatory developments around the world; Reviewing and advising on privacy provisions for contracts and other commercial agreements; Working closely with Legal and the Information Security Group teams, supporting as needed information security incident response process and supporting the investigation of potential privacy incidents, complaints or breaches in the Americas, including notifications and other resolution efforts. Assisting Internal Audit with internal and external privacy-related audits. Assisting the Information Security Group, Compliance and Legal teams in managing third party due diligence processes and screening of vendors that pose data privacy risks; As time permits, assisting the Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Global Compliance with other key components of global compliance program, including managing its anti-bribery and economic sanctions compliance initiatives and various compliance risk assessments.

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree required. JD Degree, Master's in Compliance or a related field required. 3-6 years compliance experience at a law firm, corporation, consulting or accounting firm, with a focus on privacy. Experience with CCPA, LGPD and GDPR data privacy regulation. IAPP Privacy Certification (e.g., CIPP or CIPM) preferred. Additional language capabilities are a plus. Experience with privacy issues facing retailers preferred. Experience with developing and implementing a general privacy compliance program and working with first-party data sets preferred. Provide practical business solutions to address risk to business partners; identify opportunities to minimize risks, and improve processes and efficiencies that add value to the business. Find creative and workable solutions to new or emerging privacy issues; to the needs of the business and handle ad hoc and urgent projects; sound and balanced legal judgment and business awareness; Provide advice on technical legal issues in a clear, succinct and easy-to-understand manner to a non-legal audiences, in oral and written formats; Take initiative to stay abreast on current and emerging privacy laws and regulations around the globe; Demonstrate flexibility and willingness to work on a broad range of compliance matters; excellent collaboration skills, managing multiple projects and tasks simultaneously across various functions, and on a deadline; discretion and maintain confidentiality of sensitive information. Exceptional interpersonal skills, a team player attitude, and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality. Strong interpersonal and influencing skills that can be utilized for both internal and external relationships, with the ability to reconcile compliance requirements with business needs, as pragmatically as possible.
 
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Senior Privacy Counsel
Refer job# KEFS152026
 
Senior Privacy Counsel Duties: Negotiate data processing agreements with customers and vendors. As a provider of cloud-based services, Workday operates as a data processor with respect to its customers. Will have lead responsibility for negotiating compliant data processing agreements with customers that fit our one-to-many model, while ensuring a great customer experience. Provide support to inbound team as they negotiate privacy agreements with vendors. Provide privacy advice in connection with the development of new products and services. Work with product legal team to provide privacy compliance advice on products, including with respect to how new technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and blockchain interact with privacy laws. Advise on activities related to Workday's privacy incident response program. Manage outside counsel advice for domestic and global privacy and security projects. Provide legal advice in connection with Workday's privacy compliance program. Provide advice on legal requirements and serve as a trusted counselor to the team.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited school and 6+ years of privacy experience in a law firm, in-house or other legal role with a track record of providing practical business-friendly advice Expert knowledge of data protection and information security laws, rules and regulations in the U.S. and globally, including CCPA, and the EU General Data Protection Regulation. Experience negotiating data processing agreements, particularly in connection with cloud computing services. Experience providing privacy advice in connection with the development of new products and services, particularly in the technology/cloud computing spaces. Exposure to cutting edge privacy issues posed by machine learning, artificial intelligence, and blockchain. Strong oral and written communication skills, from email advice to detailed memoranda to negotiations with counterparties to advocacy in client meetings. Familiarity with technology, with a focus on cloud computing, SaaS, cloud computing, enterprise software or social network environment. Detail-orientation and ability to balance competing priorities and manage multiple projects simultaneously under deadline pressure. Excellent judgment and sense of humor. Ability to deliver in a demanding and entrepreneurial environment in a timely manner.
 
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Senior Attorney (Privacy)
Refer job# MVXK152027
 
Senior Attorney (Privacy) Duties: Draft, review, and implement internal and public facing privacy and other compliance policies, procedures. Serve as subject matter expert on relevant privacy laws and remain current with laws, regulations and frameworks such as GDPR, CCPA, Privacy Shield, COPPA, ePrivacy, FTC best practices, and advise on the impact of the same on TPCi's business and operations. Advise on day-to-day privacy and data security issues and provide guidance on new and existing products and features to ensure compliance with applicable laws, such as GDPR, CCPA, and COPPA, state laws, other international laws. Support and advise the Information Security Team in developing the compliance programs related to GDPR, CCPA, and other applicable laws and regulations, as well as developing and delivering privacy compliance training and awareness programs. Support and advise the HR Team in developing and delivering employee related privacy compliance and closely work with the employment attorney in the Legal Team. Work with and proactively engage cross-functional teams to deliver appropriate and timely legal advice on a wide variety of privacy compliance matters, such as technology, marketing, and product teams surrounding customer accounts and other consumer products. Substantive experience analyzing, drafting and review compliance provisions in a wide variety of transactions, especially Saas, or Paas licenses. Assist with developing the compliance program documentation, including data privacy impact assessments, data mapping, records of processing, risk analyses, incident reports including investigation, and related artifacts. Advise on data subject access requests, working closely with the DPO, and other legal team members.

Qualifications: Membership in good standing with the Washington State Bar. IAPP certification a plus. 5 years of relevant experience and knowledge around privacy, data security, and policy issues. Demonstrated experience working closely with technology and security teams, through out an entire product life cycle on matters relating to privacy compliance, plus managing incidents and associated notifications and escalations. Working experience operationalizing privacy management and familiarity with third-party privacy and project management tools Experience managing outside counsel and narrowing asks in order to obtain relevant legal analysis and advice.
 
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Monetization Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# UPOW152064
 
Monetization Counsel, Privacy Responsibilities: Lead Privacy lawyer for the US region. Support monetization efforts in the launch of new products and features across the Americas (North/Central/ South). Work closely with Privacy subject matter experts in the US and globally to establish and maintain compliance. Drive strong relationships with internal stakeholders, in particular, Advertising Technology, Data Partnerships and Ad Policy groups. Build intake policies and end-to-end workflows to support our data privacy compliance program. Time to be split roughly 50/50 between deal negotiation and compliance programs.

Requirements: Bachelor's degree plus a JD Degree from top-tier ABA-accredited law school. Member in good standing of the California or New York Bar. CIPP Certification. 5+ years' of law practice, preferably in a general corporate group of a top law firm. Thorough understanding of online advertising and data privacy solutions (e.g., use of cookies and cookie alternatives, programmatic advertising, data management platforms, data suppliers, custom audience creation). Highly organized and energetic, able to navigate a fast-paced environment and be highly responsive to deadline-oriented clients. Must be client-focused and driven to do better than the status quo.
 
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Senior Privacy Counsel
Refer job# MVYL152065
 
Senior Privacy Counsel Duties: Negotiate data processing agreements with customers and vendors. As a provider of cloud-based services, Workday operates as a data processor with respect to its customers. Will have lead responsibility for negotiating compliant data processing agreements with customers that fit our one-to-many model, while ensuring a great customer experience. Provide support to inbound team as they negotiate privacy agreements with vendors. Provide privacy advice in connection with the development of new products and services. Work with product legal team to provide privacy compliance advice on products, including with respect to how new technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and blockchain interact with privacy laws. Advise on activities related to Workday's privacy incident response program. Manage outside counsel advice for domestic and global privacy and security projects. Provide legal advice in connection with Workday's privacy compliance program. Provide advice on legal requirements and serve as a trusted counselor to the team.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited school and 6+ years of privacy experience in a law firm, in-house or other legal role with a track record of providing practical business-friendly advice Expert knowledge of data protection and information security laws, rules and regulations in the U.S. and globally, including CCPA, and the EU General Data Protection Regulation. Experience negotiating data processing agreements, particularly in connection with cloud computing services. Experience providing privacy advice in connection with the development of new products and services, particularly in the technology/cloud computing spaces. Exposure to cutting edge privacy issues posed by machine learning, artificial intelligence, and blockchain. Strong oral and written communication skills, from email advice to detailed memoranda to negotiations with counterparties to advocacy in client meetings. Familiarity with technology, with a focus on cloud computing, SaaS, cloud computing, enterprise software or social network environment. Detail-orientation and ability to balance competing priorities and manage multiple projects simultaneously under deadline pressure. Excellent judgment and sense of humor. Ability to deliver in a demanding and entrepreneurial environment in a timely manner.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Data Security & Privacy
Refer job# JCTB152069
 
Corporate Counsel - Data Security & Privacy Duties: Counsel and advise senior management and various legal, IT security, and business teams on mitigating global cybersecurity and privacy risks; Monitor evolving laws, regulations, and best practices in the areas of cybersecurity and privacy to help identify critical legal issues and practical compliance solutions for the Company; Work closely with internal business partners to understand their business processes, applications, projects, and technologies to ensure compliance with relevant global cybersecurity and privacy laws, regulations, and best practices; Help design and embed data security and privacy requirements and controls into projects, products, technologies, initiatives, and services throughout the Company; Draft, review, and support negotiations regarding data security and privacy contractual provisions and controls in a wide variety of commercial agreements and arrangements in the 130+ countries and territories around the world where Marriott conducts business; Develop and implement effective global and local strategies, policies, notices, standards, controls, and training materials in the areas of cybersecurity and privacy; Provide legal and investigations support for the Company's global information security and privacy incident response program; Identify and advise on legal and compliance issues arising out of various internal and external data security and privacy audits, assessments, tests, reviews, and ongoing program improvement efforts; Provide legal and investigations support in global regulatory investigations and related follow-on litigation in the areas of cybersecurity and privacy; Maintain strong coordination, cooperation, and mutual support between the Law Department and other corporate departments with compliance obligations to ensure data security and privacy compliance roles and responsibilities are fulfilled effectively, such as Internal Audit, Human Resources, Risk Management (Insurance, Intelligence, and Investigations), Consumer Operations, Communications, Government Affairs, Finance, Information Technology, Global Operations, and Owner & Franchise Services.

Qualifications: Excellent academic record with a law degree (JD Degree) from a top law school; Admission to the Bar of a US state; 5+ years legal experience preferably in data security, privacy, and/or related litigation or regulatory compliance/investigations experience; High degree of technical competence and familiarity with computer systems and networks, including leading IT-security technologies and terminology; Outstanding analytical, writing, and oral presentation skills; Good working knowledge of key cybersecurity and privacy laws, regulations, and best practices (e.g., GDPR, CCPA, PIPEDA, LGPD, and the China Cybersecurity Law); Experience in providing advice and counsel on legal and ethical compliance matters, with a focus on individual integrity and principled business conduct; Experience in handling data security or privacy incidents across disciplines and managing data-incident response plans for potential breaches; and Experience interfacing with government authorities having jurisdiction over privacy and data security compliance and enforcement matters. Highly collaborative team player; Outstanding analytical, writing, and oral presentation skills; Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects and resources with a sense of urgency and to navigate within a complex organization in a deadline-driven environment; Independent and creative thinker with the ability to manage, structure, negotiate, and execute complex transactions; Ability to expeditiously identify and analyze issues and provide legally sound recommendations consistent with good business practices and reason; Strong interpersonal skills, and ability to interact effectively and work diplomatically with individuals at all levels; Ability to foster relationships and individual accountability across the organization; Excellent written and oral communication skills; Proven contract drafting and negotiating skills; Excellent conflict management skills and ability to influence without coercion; Ability to integrate and balance priorities, work activities, and resources for the benefit of multiple key stakeholders; Ability to identify opportunities for improvement and to facilitate the implementation of creative solutions; Ability to work independently, take ownership of and effectively resolve problems; and Availability for business travel.
 
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Senior Privacy Counsel
Refer job# BJYJ151998
 
Senior Privacy Counsel The candidate will serve as the head of data privacy and the company's Data Protection Officer. Ensure the company is compliant with US and international privacy laws and regulations, including the CCPA and GDPR. Advise and support our product and engineering teams with respect to privacy issues. Develop and maintain a set of internal policies, programs and resources with respect to privacy. Remain knowledgeable on relevant industry laws and regulations. Review and manage data subject requests. Review, draft and comment on data protection agreements.The candidate should have J.D. degree and qualified to practice law in one or more state's bar.Should have 7 years of privacy experience, preferably at or representing successful, high-growth venture-backed companies. In-house experience is preferred.
 
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Assistant General Counsel, Global Digital And Privacy Law Head Of Digital Health Innovation Legal -
Refer job# UMFT151907
 
Assistant General Counsel, Global Digital and Privacy Law Head of Digital Health Innovation Legal - Pharma Responsibilities: Responsible for designing and implementing contracting, compliance and legal solutions for digital health innovation initiatives, aligning to Pharmaceutical business. Partner closely with global privacy legal team as well as other legal teams. May manage a team of 2 to up to 8 lawyers, all supporting digital health initiatives. Partner with the business to develop contract-based or product-based digital health offers and marketing initiatives. Share and upskill the legal team's knowledge in the digital health arena by developing best practices for business product offers. Lead legal playbooks and positioning in emerging and maturing technologies such as blockchain, AI, data analytics, etc. Become a trusted advisor to one or more chief digital officers, enable direct reports to develop trusted advisor and key business partner relationship with digital, marketing, data and analytics teams. Support major strategic pharma digital projects by participating and driving appropriate contract and offer structures, involving a combination of privacy, life sciences and technology legal issues. Establish strong relationships and serve as a business partner to key internal stakeholders for example Tech, Commercial, Marketing, Regulatory, and Medical Affairs. Build commercial viability in digital health by actively looking for opportunities to shape innovative projects in a compliant way. Lead negotiation strategy for third-party contracts, promote a competitively differentiating IP strategy, and successfully manage contracting risk in a balanced way. Conduct and handle privacy / data risk associated with health innovation; Lead the drafting of templates, playbooks and guidance notes using plain English. Lead training to the business client and to internal legal teams on the digital health offers. Collaborate extensively within and outside the digital legal team, including with tech and data specialists.

Qualifications: Life sciences expertise including one or more of drug development/R&D, Rx regulatory, marketing, supply chain, commercial. Technology transactions such as software licensing. Privacy (CIPP/E/US qualification or similar helpful). Intellectual Property in either life sciences or tech. E-commerce. Marketing and data analytics. A ground-breaking and market differentiating role, with excellent opportunity to develop, involving a team of combined health and tech legal experts in a fast-paced and dynamic environment. A combination of great people skills, business acumen and expertise is required to support the digital innovation in the Pharma business. Experience with pharmaceutical/biotech companies required. Excellent technical and drafting skills. A track record in leading and advising on a range of technology transactions. Compliance and knowledge management. Comfortable with advising senior stakeholders and building cross-functional relationships. Ability to provide creative and commercial solutions to new and challenging issues in a constantly changing environment. 10+ years of post-qualification experience for guideline purposes only. Previous leadership and/or management experience in pharma or other healthcare environments is desirable as this is a highly visible and impactful role.
 
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