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Corporate Counsel Commercial Technology, Transactions and Privacy Team

Santa Clara CA Corporate Counsel Commercial Technology, Transactions and Privacy Team The candidate will draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of complex commercial, technology (including cloud and hybrid/SaaS models), intellectual property, channel, supply chain and vendor agreements that comply with the company s policies and risk tolerance. Respond promptly and effectively to legal requests from sales, business development, operations, senior management, marketing, corporate finance and other internal clients, and advise on recommended courses of action and legal risks. Manage outside counsel on related matters when required. Support continuous improvement of standard form agreements, policies and legal processes related to commercial transactions. Handle special projects as requested. Must be a lawyer qualified to practice in at least one U.S. state, preferably California, and have a law degree from a reputable law school. Should have 6-8+ years of strong commercial transaction experience with demonstrated success. Significant experience with SaaS is a plus. Familiarity with revenue recognition principles is required. Superior language, written and verbal communication skills is needed. Experience in network security or other high technology companies is desired. Legal 6 - 8 Full-time 2018-09-19

Director, Privacy Counsel

Santa Monica CA Director, Privacy Counsel Responsibilities: Serve as the registered contact for the company with external data protection regulatory bodies in all relevant geographies where operates. Coordinate internally and respond to complaints and/or the exercise by the data subjects of their rights (e.g., request for information, clarifications, rectification or deletion of personal data). Lead data privacy and protection compliance efforts globally for the company. Monitor, audit, and advise on data protection efforts implemented by the company. Interface with data subjects on behalf of the company in compliance with regulations. Build a global privacy program in current and future company locations in compliance with applicable laws and in partnership with internal local department leads. Provide management reporting on privacy program compliance and areas of key risks. Educate and build data privacy and protection awareness with employee base and vendors in partnership with Information Security team. Maintain comprehensive records in partnership with input from Information Security team on current compliance and with prioritization of key privacy risks. Contribute as a subject matter expert on data privacy to support internal functions including HR function and customer and vendor agreements. Build and contribute to legal initiatives as required to meet department objectives. Collaborate with key internal stakeholders including finance, HR, client services, and marketing. Establish and manage key external relationships with law firms. Perform other duties and tasks that may be assigned that will further the interest of data privacy and security and uphold the rights of the data subject.

Requirements: IACCM certification or prior contract risk management experience CIPM, CIPP/US or CIPP/EU certification/s. 8 years at a law firm, consulting firm, or in-house at a hypergrowth company with operations ideally in the US, Asia and Europe managing data protection and security efforts. Combined 5 years of leading negotiations of data protection and security provisions in key customer or vendor agreements, technology agreements, alliance agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and service level agreements. Project Management experience, with ability to maintain the objectives while honoring designated constraints. Strong work ethic and organizational skills. Highly analytical (with both words and numbers). Strong communicator with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong initiative to identify risks and pursue risk mitigation. Demonstrated ability to self-evaluate. Understands and utilizes the behaviors of others to personally affect an outcome. Consistently makes sound and timely decisions after analyzing all aspects of a situation. Facilitates mutually beneficial outcomes to satisfy various interests. Combines knowledge, curiosity, imagination, and evaluation to achieve desired results.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-19

Privacy Counsel

Boston MA Privacy Counsel Responsibilities: Identifying, creating and implementing best practices around data privacy. Providing global privacy legal advice and privacy input on business projects and initiatives. Providing advice regarding the implications of new laws substantially impacting the Company s business. Supporting cross-company global projects involving personal information. Conducting privacy impact assessments and monitors risk mitigation measures. Drafting and reviewing legal documents including third party vendor agreements to include privacy controls, data transfer agreements, and privacy notices and policies. Identifying privacy training needs of Company personnel; develops and delivers training through various mechanisms including written materials, classroom and staff presentations.

Qualifications: Completion of law school with a J.D. or L.L.B. degree and admission to the bar of at least one jurisdiction in the United States required. CIPP/US or CIPP/EU certification preferred. Generally requires 5+ years experience as a practicing attorney. In-depth knowledge and understanding of privacy law, including US and European data protection law. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to assess risk strategically and help clients find solutions that enable them to mitigate risk while achieving their goals. Program/project management skills, including the ability to handle and prioritize multiple projects. Proven ability and commitment to work both independently and collaboratively with numerous people at all levels throughout the company. Sound business judgment, and flexibility/adaptability to manage multiple wide-ranging matters, conflicting deadlines, and new areas of expertise as business needs change.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-17

Privacy And Data Security Counsel

San Francisco CA Privacy and Data Security Counsel Responsibilities: Counsel business partners on domestic and international data privacy and security laws, regulations, and industry best practices, particularly related to software and cloud services. Act as subject matter expert and resource on issues related to privacy, security and data protection. Partner with members of the legal team, security team, data governance operations, and outside counsel to help ensure Autodesk s compliance with laws, regulations, and customer contracts. Assist in developing and maintaining Autodesk s privacy program, and related policies, procedures, documentation, and communication materials. Assist in developing training materials, and providing training to employees on privacy and security related obligations. Provide guidance to legal and product management teams on issues pertaining to new and existing products/features throughout the entire development lifecycle. Draft and negotiate data protection terms in contracts and disclosures, including Data Protection Addendum, Privacy Policies and Terms of Service. Review issues related to analytics and big data collection, use and governance. Conduct due diligence and review privacy and data protection issues related to acquisition and integration activity. Review issues related to Incident Response, customer security questionnaires and security certifications. Review data protection impact assessments and other internal privacy and data security assessments. Respond to communications from Autodesk s customers and employees regarding their individual rights, and Autodesk s processing of their personal data. Collaborate with data governance and business teams to create records of processing.

Qualifications: Law degree and CIPP certification. 8+ years of relevant work experience in the area of data privacy, security and data governance. Law firm experience. Expertise in global data protection law, including knowledge of the GDPR and national data protection laws. Experience with technology, cloud services, marketing and analytics laws and regulations. Experience working with product teams on PIAs and Privacy by Design. Excellent negotiation skills, with the ability and confidence to represent Autodesk in the area of data privacy and security. Ability to work and lead under pressure unruffled, exhibiting timely and quality decision making. Exceptional written, oral and interpersonal communication skills, capable of quickly gaining the respect of and interacting comfortably with and successfully collaborating with and influencing senior leaders. Strong work ethic, a self-starter, action-oriented and ensures accountability. Language skills a plus.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-17

Data Privacy Attorney

Burlington NC Data Privacy Attorney The candidate will support the company's global data protection compliance program in international business units and markets separate from the Company's existing HIPAA data privacy and security program. Oversee tracking and monitoring of global data protection laws, including data transfer requirements and advise the business on any required changes to policies or processes. Oversee internal and third-party risk and privacy impact assessment processes. Assist with the day to day legal aspects of international privacy and information security investigations, including managing projects and documenting incident response. Advise on contract provisions related to data security compliance. Assist in the development of privacy training to facilitate and promote information privacy awareness within the company and related entities. Lead the implementation and revisions of data classification and other information management policies.

The candidate should have a J.D. from an ABA accredited law school or European equivalent. 5-7 years of overall legal expertise (law firm or in-house). Admission to a U.S. State Bar if U.S. attorney. Ability to prioritize and undertake mission critical tasks in a fast-paced environment. Experience with data incident response, cybersecurity, privacy, compliance, and investigations a plus. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; experience with cross-cultural communications a plus. Working knowledge of HIPAA a plus. Possess an in-depth knowledge of global privacy and data security laws and regulations including international data protection compliance.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2018-09-10

Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection

North Haven CT Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection The candidate will report to the Chief Privacy Officer/Deputy General Counsel for company and provide legal counsel and privacy-by-design consultation on domestic and international consumer privacy issues with a focus on health information privacy. Will provide expert counsel on HIPAA Privacy, Security and Marketing Rule considerations in healthcare. Partner with Information Security, Sourcing and Vendor Management operations. Perform/oversee legal and factual research to provide informed legal advice (e.g., regulatory/statutory, case law, contractual. Provide legal advice/advocacy to support the client's business goals and ensure that the company's interests are protected at all times (e.g., proposed contracts/relationships/products/legislation/regulations). Provide legal guidance to support compliance efforts, in collaboration with Compliance and Regulatory Affairs. Assess and communicate privacy and data protection legal risk, and assist the business in objectively assessing/balancing legal risk and business risk. Participate in and lead or oversee investigations in privileged settings, advise clients on privileged matters and provide counsel regarding maintaining privilege. Draft and implement policies and procedures for use by the Privacy Office and/or business segments. Collaborate with applicable business partners to drive coordination within functional areas and/or across the business lines (e.g., facilitate multi-faceted responses).

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Privacy and or IT Security Certifications (CIPP, CRISC, CISSP, etc.) are desired. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in a corporate and/or law firm setting. Should also have experience in working in Privacy, health law, IT Security or a related field with transferable skills. Familiarity with data security standards and frameworks (NIST, FISMA, HIPAA etc.) is desired. Strong understanding of the healthcare and public health sector, especially in health insurance and/or the managed care industry, is an asset. Knowledge of US healthcare and regulatory law is a plus. Experience with regulatory agencies and administrative experience with state insurance regulations is ideal. Excellent verbal presentation skills, live and via WebEx, would be preferred. Understanding of healthcare benefit coverage and medical policy development is desired.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-03

Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection

Rocky Hill CT Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection The candidate will report to the Chief Privacy Officer/Deputy General Counsel for company and provide legal counsel and privacy-by-design consultation on domestic and international consumer privacy issues with a focus on health information privacy. Will provide expert counsel on HIPAA Privacy, Security and Marketing Rule considerations in healthcare. Partner with Information Security, Sourcing and Vendor Management operations. Perform/oversee legal and factual research to provide informed legal advice (e.g., regulatory/statutory, case law, contractual. Provide legal advice/advocacy to support the client's business goals and ensure that the company's interests are protected at all times (e.g., proposed contracts/relationships/products/legislation/regulations). Provide legal guidance to support compliance efforts, in collaboration with Compliance and Regulatory Affairs. Assess and communicate privacy and data protection legal risk, and assist the business in objectively assessing/balancing legal risk and business risk. Participate in and lead or oversee investigations in privileged settings, advise clients on privileged matters and provide counsel regarding maintaining privilege. Draft and implement policies and procedures for use by the Privacy Office and/or business segments. Collaborate with applicable business partners to drive coordination within functional areas and/or across the business lines (e.g., facilitate multi-faceted responses).

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Privacy and or IT Security Certifications (CIPP, CRISC, CISSP, etc.) are desired. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in a corporate and/or law firm setting. Should also have experience in working in Privacy, health law, IT Security or a related field with transferable skills. Familiarity with data security standards and frameworks (NIST, FISMA, HIPAA etc.) is desired. Strong understanding of the healthcare and public health sector, especially in health insurance and/or the managed care industry, is an asset. Knowledge of US healthcare and regulatory law is a plus. Experience with regulatory agencies and administrative experience with state insurance regulations is ideal. Excellent verbal presentation skills, live and via WebEx, would be preferred. Understanding of healthcare benefit coverage and medical policy development is desired.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-03

Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection

Trumbull CT Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection The candidate will report to the Chief Privacy Officer/Deputy General Counsel for company and provide legal counsel and privacy-by-design consultation on domestic and international consumer privacy issues with a focus on health information privacy. Will provide expert counsel on HIPAA Privacy, Security and Marketing Rule considerations in healthcare. Partner with Information Security, Sourcing and Vendor Management operations. Perform/oversee legal and factual research to provide informed legal advice (e.g., regulatory/statutory, case law, contractual. Provide legal advice/advocacy to support the client's business goals and ensure that the company's interests are protected at all times (e.g., proposed contracts/relationships/products/legislation/regulations). Provide legal guidance to support compliance efforts, in collaboration with Compliance and Regulatory Affairs. Assess and communicate privacy and data protection legal risk, and assist the business in objectively assessing/balancing legal risk and business risk. Participate in and lead or oversee investigations in privileged settings, advise clients on privileged matters and provide counsel regarding maintaining privilege. Draft and implement policies and procedures for use by the Privacy Office and/or business segments. Collaborate with applicable business partners to drive coordination within functional areas and/or across the business lines (e.g., facilitate multi-faceted responses).

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Privacy and or IT Security Certifications (CIPP, CRISC, CISSP, etc.) are desired. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in a corporate and/or law firm setting. Should also have experience in working in Privacy, health law, IT Security or a related field with transferable skills. Familiarity with data security standards and frameworks (NIST, FISMA, HIPAA etc.) is desired. Strong understanding of the healthcare and public health sector, especially in health insurance and/or the managed care industry, is an asset. Knowledge of US healthcare and regulatory law is a plus. Experience with regulatory agencies and administrative experience with state insurance regulations is ideal. Excellent verbal presentation skills, live and via WebEx, would be preferred. Understanding of healthcare benefit coverage and medical policy development is desired.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-03

Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection

Windsor CT Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection The candidate will report to the Chief Privacy Officer/Deputy General Counsel for company and provide legal counsel and privacy-by-design consultation on domestic and international consumer privacy issues with a focus on health information privacy. Will provide expert counsel on HIPAA Privacy, Security and Marketing Rule considerations in healthcare. Partner with Information Security, Sourcing and Vendor Management operations. Perform/oversee legal and factual research to provide informed legal advice (e.g., regulatory/statutory, case law, contractual. Provide legal advice/advocacy to support the client's business goals and ensure that the company's interests are protected at all times (e.g., proposed contracts/relationships/products/legislation/regulations). Provide legal guidance to support compliance efforts, in collaboration with Compliance and Regulatory Affairs. Assess and communicate privacy and data protection legal risk, and assist the business in objectively assessing/balancing legal risk and business risk. Participate in and lead or oversee investigations in privileged settings, advise clients on privileged matters and provide counsel regarding maintaining privilege. Draft and implement policies and procedures for use by the Privacy Office and/or business segments. Collaborate with applicable business partners to drive coordination within functional areas and/or across the business lines (e.g., facilitate multi-faceted responses).

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Privacy and or IT Security Certifications (CIPP, CRISC, CISSP, etc.) are desired. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in a corporate and/or law firm setting. Should also have experience in working in Privacy, health law, IT Security or a related field with transferable skills. Familiarity with data security standards and frameworks (NIST, FISMA, HIPAA etc.) is desired. Strong understanding of the healthcare and public health sector, especially in health insurance and/or the managed care industry, is an asset. Knowledge of US healthcare and regulatory law is a plus. Experience with regulatory agencies and administrative experience with state insurance regulations is ideal. Excellent verbal presentation skills, live and via WebEx, would be preferred. Understanding of healthcare benefit coverage and medical policy development is desired.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-09-03
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Director Of Compliance & Ethics
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Location : Durant, OK, United States

Director of Compliance & Ethics Primary Tasks: Develop, implement and maintain policies and procedures for the general operation of the organization and its related activities in accordance with all applicable laws, in order to protect the integrity... + read more

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Corporate Counsel Commercial Technology, Transactions and Privacy Team
Refer job# SVNW140794
 
Corporate Counsel Commercial Technology, Transactions and Privacy Team The candidate will draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of complex commercial, technology (including cloud and hybrid/SaaS models), intellectual property, channel, supply chain and vendor agreements that comply with the company s policies and risk tolerance. Respond promptly and effectively to legal requests from sales, business development, operations, senior management, marketing, corporate finance and other internal clients, and advise on recommended courses of action and legal risks. Manage outside counsel on related matters when required. Support continuous improvement of standard form agreements, policies and legal processes related to commercial transactions. Handle special projects as requested. Must be a lawyer qualified to practice in at least one U.S. state, preferably California, and have a law degree from a reputable law school. Should have 6-8+ years of strong commercial transaction experience with demonstrated success. Significant experience with SaaS is a plus. Familiarity with revenue recognition principles is required. Superior language, written and verbal communication skills is needed. Experience in network security or other high technology companies is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Privacy Counsel
Refer job# NNZE140813
 
Director, Privacy Counsel Responsibilities: Serve as the registered contact for the company with external data protection regulatory bodies in all relevant geographies where operates. Coordinate internally and respond to complaints and/or the exercise by the data subjects of their rights (e.g., request for information, clarifications, rectification or deletion of personal data). Lead data privacy and protection compliance efforts globally for the company. Monitor, audit, and advise on data protection efforts implemented by the company. Interface with data subjects on behalf of the company in compliance with regulations. Build a global privacy program in current and future company locations in compliance with applicable laws and in partnership with internal local department leads. Provide management reporting on privacy program compliance and areas of key risks. Educate and build data privacy and protection awareness with employee base and vendors in partnership with Information Security team. Maintain comprehensive records in partnership with input from Information Security team on current compliance and with prioritization of key privacy risks. Contribute as a subject matter expert on data privacy to support internal functions including HR function and customer and vendor agreements. Build and contribute to legal initiatives as required to meet department objectives. Collaborate with key internal stakeholders including finance, HR, client services, and marketing. Establish and manage key external relationships with law firms. Perform other duties and tasks that may be assigned that will further the interest of data privacy and security and uphold the rights of the data subject.

Requirements: IACCM certification or prior contract risk management experience CIPM, CIPP/US or CIPP/EU certification/s. 8 years at a law firm, consulting firm, or in-house at a hypergrowth company with operations ideally in the US, Asia and Europe managing data protection and security efforts. Combined 5 years of leading negotiations of data protection and security provisions in key customer or vendor agreements, technology agreements, alliance agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and service level agreements. Project Management experience, with ability to maintain the objectives while honoring designated constraints. Strong work ethic and organizational skills. Highly analytical (with both words and numbers). Strong communicator with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong initiative to identify risks and pursue risk mitigation. Demonstrated ability to self-evaluate. Understands and utilizes the behaviors of others to personally affect an outcome. Consistently makes sound and timely decisions after analyzing all aspects of a situation. Facilitates mutually beneficial outcomes to satisfy various interests. Combines knowledge, curiosity, imagination, and evaluation to achieve desired results.
 
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Privacy Counsel
Refer job# NQAO140753
 
Privacy Counsel Responsibilities: Identifying, creating and implementing best practices around data privacy. Providing global privacy legal advice and privacy input on business projects and initiatives. Providing advice regarding the implications of new laws substantially impacting the Company s business. Supporting cross-company global projects involving personal information. Conducting privacy impact assessments and monitors risk mitigation measures. Drafting and reviewing legal documents including third party vendor agreements to include privacy controls, data transfer agreements, and privacy notices and policies. Identifying privacy training needs of Company personnel; develops and delivers training through various mechanisms including written materials, classroom and staff presentations.

Qualifications: Completion of law school with a J.D. or L.L.B. degree and admission to the bar of at least one jurisdiction in the United States required. CIPP/US or CIPP/EU certification preferred. Generally requires 5+ years experience as a practicing attorney. In-depth knowledge and understanding of privacy law, including US and European data protection law. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to assess risk strategically and help clients find solutions that enable them to mitigate risk while achieving their goals. Program/project management skills, including the ability to handle and prioritize multiple projects. Proven ability and commitment to work both independently and collaboratively with numerous people at all levels throughout the company. Sound business judgment, and flexibility/adaptability to manage multiple wide-ranging matters, conflicting deadlines, and new areas of expertise as business needs change.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Privacy And Data Security Counsel
Refer job# QQWI140757
 
Privacy and Data Security Counsel Responsibilities: Counsel business partners on domestic and international data privacy and security laws, regulations, and industry best practices, particularly related to software and cloud services. Act as subject matter expert and resource on issues related to privacy, security and data protection. Partner with members of the legal team, security team, data governance operations, and outside counsel to help ensure Autodesk s compliance with laws, regulations, and customer contracts. Assist in developing and maintaining Autodesk s privacy program, and related policies, procedures, documentation, and communication materials. Assist in developing training materials, and providing training to employees on privacy and security related obligations. Provide guidance to legal and product management teams on issues pertaining to new and existing products/features throughout the entire development lifecycle. Draft and negotiate data protection terms in contracts and disclosures, including Data Protection Addendum, Privacy Policies and Terms of Service. Review issues related to analytics and big data collection, use and governance. Conduct due diligence and review privacy and data protection issues related to acquisition and integration activity. Review issues related to Incident Response, customer security questionnaires and security certifications. Review data protection impact assessments and other internal privacy and data security assessments. Respond to communications from Autodesk s customers and employees regarding their individual rights, and Autodesk s processing of their personal data. Collaborate with data governance and business teams to create records of processing.

Qualifications: Law degree and CIPP certification. 8+ years of relevant work experience in the area of data privacy, security and data governance. Law firm experience. Expertise in global data protection law, including knowledge of the GDPR and national data protection laws. Experience with technology, cloud services, marketing and analytics laws and regulations. Experience working with product teams on PIAs and Privacy by Design. Excellent negotiation skills, with the ability and confidence to represent Autodesk in the area of data privacy and security. Ability to work and lead under pressure unruffled, exhibiting timely and quality decision making. Exceptional written, oral and interpersonal communication skills, capable of quickly gaining the respect of and interacting comfortably with and successfully collaborating with and influencing senior leaders. Strong work ethic, a self-starter, action-oriented and ensures accountability. Language skills a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Data Privacy Attorney
Refer job# YCWN140659
 
Data Privacy Attorney The candidate will support the company's global data protection compliance program in international business units and markets separate from the Company's existing HIPAA data privacy and security program. Oversee tracking and monitoring of global data protection laws, including data transfer requirements and advise the business on any required changes to policies or processes. Oversee internal and third-party risk and privacy impact assessment processes. Assist with the day to day legal aspects of international privacy and information security investigations, including managing projects and documenting incident response. Advise on contract provisions related to data security compliance. Assist in the development of privacy training to facilitate and promote information privacy awareness within the company and related entities. Lead the implementation and revisions of data classification and other information management policies.

The candidate should have a J.D. from an ABA accredited law school or European equivalent. 5-7 years of overall legal expertise (law firm or in-house). Admission to a U.S. State Bar if U.S. attorney. Ability to prioritize and undertake mission critical tasks in a fast-paced environment. Experience with data incident response, cybersecurity, privacy, compliance, and investigations a plus. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; experience with cross-cultural communications a plus. Working knowledge of HIPAA a plus. Possess an in-depth knowledge of global privacy and data security laws and regulations including international data protection compliance.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection
Refer job# BVQK140589
 
Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection The candidate will report to the Chief Privacy Officer/Deputy General Counsel for company and provide legal counsel and privacy-by-design consultation on domestic and international consumer privacy issues with a focus on health information privacy. Will provide expert counsel on HIPAA Privacy, Security and Marketing Rule considerations in healthcare. Partner with Information Security, Sourcing and Vendor Management operations. Perform/oversee legal and factual research to provide informed legal advice (e.g., regulatory/statutory, case law, contractual. Provide legal advice/advocacy to support the client's business goals and ensure that the company's interests are protected at all times (e.g., proposed contracts/relationships/products/legislation/regulations). Provide legal guidance to support compliance efforts, in collaboration with Compliance and Regulatory Affairs. Assess and communicate privacy and data protection legal risk, and assist the business in objectively assessing/balancing legal risk and business risk. Participate in and lead or oversee investigations in privileged settings, advise clients on privileged matters and provide counsel regarding maintaining privilege. Draft and implement policies and procedures for use by the Privacy Office and/or business segments. Collaborate with applicable business partners to drive coordination within functional areas and/or across the business lines (e.g., facilitate multi-faceted responses).

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Privacy and or IT Security Certifications (CIPP, CRISC, CISSP, etc.) are desired. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in a corporate and/or law firm setting. Should also have experience in working in Privacy, health law, IT Security or a related field with transferable skills. Familiarity with data security standards and frameworks (NIST, FISMA, HIPAA etc.) is desired. Strong understanding of the healthcare and public health sector, especially in health insurance and/or the managed care industry, is an asset. Knowledge of US healthcare and regulatory law is a plus. Experience with regulatory agencies and administrative experience with state insurance regulations is ideal. Excellent verbal presentation skills, live and via WebEx, would be preferred. Understanding of healthcare benefit coverage and medical policy development is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection
Refer job# UFTE140590
 
Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection The candidate will report to the Chief Privacy Officer/Deputy General Counsel for company and provide legal counsel and privacy-by-design consultation on domestic and international consumer privacy issues with a focus on health information privacy. Will provide expert counsel on HIPAA Privacy, Security and Marketing Rule considerations in healthcare. Partner with Information Security, Sourcing and Vendor Management operations. Perform/oversee legal and factual research to provide informed legal advice (e.g., regulatory/statutory, case law, contractual. Provide legal advice/advocacy to support the client's business goals and ensure that the company's interests are protected at all times (e.g., proposed contracts/relationships/products/legislation/regulations). Provide legal guidance to support compliance efforts, in collaboration with Compliance and Regulatory Affairs. Assess and communicate privacy and data protection legal risk, and assist the business in objectively assessing/balancing legal risk and business risk. Participate in and lead or oversee investigations in privileged settings, advise clients on privileged matters and provide counsel regarding maintaining privilege. Draft and implement policies and procedures for use by the Privacy Office and/or business segments. Collaborate with applicable business partners to drive coordination within functional areas and/or across the business lines (e.g., facilitate multi-faceted responses).

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Privacy and or IT Security Certifications (CIPP, CRISC, CISSP, etc.) are desired. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in a corporate and/or law firm setting. Should also have experience in working in Privacy, health law, IT Security or a related field with transferable skills. Familiarity with data security standards and frameworks (NIST, FISMA, HIPAA etc.) is desired. Strong understanding of the healthcare and public health sector, especially in health insurance and/or the managed care industry, is an asset. Knowledge of US healthcare and regulatory law is a plus. Experience with regulatory agencies and administrative experience with state insurance regulations is ideal. Excellent verbal presentation skills, live and via WebEx, would be preferred. Understanding of healthcare benefit coverage and medical policy development is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection
Refer job# QVLE140591
 
Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection The candidate will report to the Chief Privacy Officer/Deputy General Counsel for company and provide legal counsel and privacy-by-design consultation on domestic and international consumer privacy issues with a focus on health information privacy. Will provide expert counsel on HIPAA Privacy, Security and Marketing Rule considerations in healthcare. Partner with Information Security, Sourcing and Vendor Management operations. Perform/oversee legal and factual research to provide informed legal advice (e.g., regulatory/statutory, case law, contractual. Provide legal advice/advocacy to support the client's business goals and ensure that the company's interests are protected at all times (e.g., proposed contracts/relationships/products/legislation/regulations). Provide legal guidance to support compliance efforts, in collaboration with Compliance and Regulatory Affairs. Assess and communicate privacy and data protection legal risk, and assist the business in objectively assessing/balancing legal risk and business risk. Participate in and lead or oversee investigations in privileged settings, advise clients on privileged matters and provide counsel regarding maintaining privilege. Draft and implement policies and procedures for use by the Privacy Office and/or business segments. Collaborate with applicable business partners to drive coordination within functional areas and/or across the business lines (e.g., facilitate multi-faceted responses).

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Privacy and or IT Security Certifications (CIPP, CRISC, CISSP, etc.) are desired. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in a corporate and/or law firm setting. Should also have experience in working in Privacy, health law, IT Security or a related field with transferable skills. Familiarity with data security standards and frameworks (NIST, FISMA, HIPAA etc.) is desired. Strong understanding of the healthcare and public health sector, especially in health insurance and/or the managed care industry, is an asset. Knowledge of US healthcare and regulatory law is a plus. Experience with regulatory agencies and administrative experience with state insurance regulations is ideal. Excellent verbal presentation skills, live and via WebEx, would be preferred. Understanding of healthcare benefit coverage and medical policy development is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection
Refer job# LNFN140592
 
Associate General Counsel - Privacy and Data Protection The candidate will report to the Chief Privacy Officer/Deputy General Counsel for company and provide legal counsel and privacy-by-design consultation on domestic and international consumer privacy issues with a focus on health information privacy. Will provide expert counsel on HIPAA Privacy, Security and Marketing Rule considerations in healthcare. Partner with Information Security, Sourcing and Vendor Management operations. Perform/oversee legal and factual research to provide informed legal advice (e.g., regulatory/statutory, case law, contractual. Provide legal advice/advocacy to support the client's business goals and ensure that the company's interests are protected at all times (e.g., proposed contracts/relationships/products/legislation/regulations). Provide legal guidance to support compliance efforts, in collaboration with Compliance and Regulatory Affairs. Assess and communicate privacy and data protection legal risk, and assist the business in objectively assessing/balancing legal risk and business risk. Participate in and lead or oversee investigations in privileged settings, advise clients on privileged matters and provide counsel regarding maintaining privilege. Draft and implement policies and procedures for use by the Privacy Office and/or business segments. Collaborate with applicable business partners to drive coordination within functional areas and/or across the business lines (e.g., facilitate multi-faceted responses).

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. Privacy and or IT Security Certifications (CIPP, CRISC, CISSP, etc.) are desired. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in a corporate and/or law firm setting. Should also have experience in working in Privacy, health law, IT Security or a related field with transferable skills. Familiarity with data security standards and frameworks (NIST, FISMA, HIPAA etc.) is desired. Strong understanding of the healthcare and public health sector, especially in health insurance and/or the managed care industry, is an asset. Knowledge of US healthcare and regulatory law is a plus. Experience with regulatory agencies and administrative experience with state insurance regulations is ideal. Excellent verbal presentation skills, live and via WebEx, would be preferred. Understanding of healthcare benefit coverage and medical policy development is desired.
 
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