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Senior Legal Counsel | Dexcom, Inc.*
The Senior Legal Counsel, US Commercial will report to the Director, US Commercial Counsel, and will provide support in areas such as:

  • Advise on fraud and abuse (including the federal Anti-Kickback Statute and associated safe harbors, OIG guidance and state laws) and other healthcare laws, rules and regulations, industry standards and company policies.
  • Engage in key policy and regulatory issues impacting Dexcom’s customer relationships and business strategies through involvement with trade associations, participation on cross-functional teams assessing and planning for new policy or regulatory developments, advising on policy positions and helping Dexcom proactively shape the external environment to improve access to its products and services.
  • Primarily responsible for drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and providing oversight with respect to a variety of agreements with distributors, wholesalers, retail pharmacies and other commercial and government payers to support Dexcom’s sales, marketing, and commercial operations.
  • Supports legal department operations and improvements to existing contracting processes and legal templates.
  • Establish a collaborative and proactive partnership with key stakeholders and department members.

Senior Privacy Counsel (remote) | Veracyte*
Veracyte’s Legal team is seeking a creative, agile, and diligent attorney to join as Senior Privacy Counsel. As an integral member of the Legal Department, this role will be responsible for advising on and promoting compliance with data protection and privacy laws and regulations affecting Veracyte’s global and domestic business activities. This position reports to the Chief Compliance & Privacy Officer.

This description outlines the major recurring responsibilities of the position and is not intended to be all-inclusive.

  • Act as a key internal point-of-contact and subject matter expert on matters relating to applicable privacy laws, including providing practical, timely, strategic, and high-quality legal advice on data privacy and security matters.
  • Appropriately triage a moderate workflow, setting appropriate priorities with clients and delivering results within the reasonable agreed timelines.
  • Advise members of the legal and business teams on best practices and compliance with global data protection laws, including legal and regulatory aspects of data collection and use, privacy disclosures and transparency, consent forms, and related issues.
  • Contributes to the improvement of standard forms of agreements, alternate language playbooks, and internal resource documents with respect to privacy and data processing matters.
  • Provide advice, education, training, and legal direction on data protection laws impacting business operations and contractual relationships.
  • Provide legal support for the strategic reviewing, drafting, and negotiating of privacy and data security terms in contracts with business partners and vendors, including data processing agreements and data protection terms in research agreements.
  • Advance a positive spirit of solution-oriented partnership and collaboration with internal clients, internal legal colleagues and outside counsel.
  • Exercise mature and reliable judgment while enjoying the company's enthusiastic, informal and fast-paced environment.

Corporate Counsel (remote) | Thermo Fisher Scientific*
As a Biosciences Division (BID) Corporate Counsel you will act as a key Legal partner for the sophisticated and multifaceted business units within BID, and member of the Life Sciences Legal team, part of Thermo Fisher Scientific Legal organization.

Responsibilities:

  • Central point of contact for the BID business units leadership team, providing to them sound and accurate legal guidance on a variate of legal matters.
  • Legal Partner for internal clients on their commercial discussions with customers, building a range of commercial contracts, including OEM and supply contracts, technology in-licenses, out-licenses, joint development agreements, and other commercial agreements of varying complexity, as needed,
  • Lead resolution of commercial and other Legal disputes related to commercial deals, perform analysis on legal rights, obligations, and strategies to help BID to achieve its commercial goals and objectives.
  • Seek and provide appropriate guidance and involvement of/to other relevant functions, such as Licensing and Commercial Supply, Regulatory, and Intellectual property, and facilitate approval process.
  • Develop new and update existing contractual documents and constantly work with the business on improving processes to ensure efficient support.
  • Deliver Legal training programs to internal clients relevant to business and contractual matters.
  • Promote process improvement initiatives and adopt a process improvement culture within organization.

Senior Legal Counsel (virtual) | OpenText
OpenText is seeking a full-time commercial Legal Counsel or Senior Legal Counsel to join our in-house legal team supporting the on-demand messaging (ODM) Sales Team within the Digital Experience line of business. Ancillary support for another software product line will also be involved. As part of the larger commercial Legal team dedicated to the success of our company as well as the professional growth of its team, this role will focus largely on drafting and negotiating commercial contracts for OpenText’s ODM services and software. The Legal Counsel will work collaboratively with Sales and cross-functional subject-matter experts to assist with drafting, negotiating, to close commercial transactions. In this capacity the successful candidate is expected to perform analysis and provide guidance on company transactions as well as new go-to-market products, evaluate risk, update templates, create and deliver training, and manage projects of benefit to the Legal team and department.

You Are Great At:

  • Assist the Sales organization as a subject matter expert of the On-Demand Messaging Legal team
  • Advise and participate in contract negotiations, including risk management and assessment of commercial transactions in accordance with OpenText policies
  • Contract drafting including writing new clauses, amending standard clauses, and editing other clauses as applicable
  • Provide guidance on contract documents and processes
  • Participate in internal working groups related to software and service offerings, contracting, and processes
  • Conduct training for the sales organization on contracts and legal processes, as needed.

Sr. Counsel, Corporate & Securities | Callaway Golf Company
Under general supervision of the General Counsel, the Senior Counsel, Corporate & Securities will provide legal advice to the Company on a broad range of issues in the assigned areas including, securities and public company regulatory compliance, mergers and acquisitions, financing matters, corporate governance, corporate and legal compliance, sustainability/ESG matters, and corporate contracts and commercial agreements.

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Ensure compliance with legal requirements in the U.S. and abroad pertaining to Callaway Golf Company and its subsidiaries, including the preparation, drafting and filing of SEC Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K; Schedule 14A; Forms S-3 and S-8; Forms 3, 4 and 5; as well as NYSE required filings and notices.
  • Engage in all phases of the Company’s worldwide merger, acquisition and post-closing integration processes.
  • Support the Treasury Department with financing matters, including the negotiation and administration of U.S. and foreign credit facilities.
  • Provide advice on corporate governance developments and implement best practices.
  • Develop corporate and legal compliance policies and processes to implement best practices and mitigate risk and support the Company’s compliance committee.
  • Provide comprehensive, global, legal advice and documentation to support the Company’s operational initiatives, including corporate contracts and commercial agreements.
  • Assist with overseeing the equity award programs.
  • Conduct training on insider trading, Regulation FD, compliance and various other matters in the United States and abroad.

Compliance Counsel | Scripps Research Institute
The Compliance Counsel oversees all ongoing activities related to the development, implementation, and maintenance of The Scripps Research Institute’s (TSRI’s) administrative and regulatory policies in accordance with applicable federal and state laws and regulations. In consultation with leadership, Compliance Counsel serves as a point of contact and institute liaison for federal agencies such as National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, Department of Homeland Security, Department of State, and Department of Commerce.
Compliance Counsel works with senior management to enhance compliance with applicable laws and regulations, administrative uniformity, and consistency through the revision and integration of institute-wide policies, procedures, and guidelines (PPG). Compliance Counsel supports TSRI’s internal operations and programs and will create, review, and revise policies to ensure programs and projects meet applicable legal and organizational requirements.
Additionally, will assist in oversight of Conflict of Interest requirements under TSRI policy and applicable research sponsor requirements. Compliance Counsel will also assist in managing the engagement of outsourced internal auditors at the direction of the Audit Committee, including the identification, prioritization, scope, and completeness of Internal Audits. This position will also be responsible for other legal and risk administration functions and duties, as assigned by the Chief Compliance Counsel.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Works independently and with TSRI’s Directors/Managers to enhance and document internal processes and policies.
  • Analyzes proposed and enacted regulations and legislation that impact TSRI’s administrative and regulatory operations and recommends adjustments to existing TSRI policy accordingly.
  • Develops policy, implementation guidance, and training, in coordination with relevant departments and stakeholders.
  • Works collaboratively with management to achieve program results.
  • Demonstrates expertise in a variety of institutional administrative and regulatory areas, including federal and state laws, rules and regulations as pertinent to independent, non-profit research institutes.
  • Provides consultation and legal advice as necessary on complex projects as project lead, top level contributor and program expert.
  • Works proactively and collaboratively to ensure TSRI’s adherence to regulations that govern use of federal funds.
  • Assists with managing, implementing, and enforcing TSRI’s Conflicts of Interest and Commitment Policy for employees and personnel conducting research, Board of Directors Conflicts of Interest Policy, and Policy on Disclosure of Other Support and Foreign Affiliations.

SEC & Corporate Governance Counsel | DermTech
DermTech seeks a junior to mid-level securities and corporate governance attorney to join its legal team. Candidate should be a skilled communicator with strong securities experience and interpersonal skills. This position reports to the General Counsel.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide advice and counsel to senior management on company s compliance with applicable securities laws and NASDAQ rules and regulations, including filing all periodic SEC 1934 Act filings.
  • Review and or prepare SEC filings including 10-K, 10-Qs, Proxy Statement, 8-Ks, Section 16 reporting (Forms 3, 4 and 5), and NASDAQ compliance.
  • Maintain and manage company s corporate governance and corporate secretary matters relating to the company’s Board of Directors and subsidiaries, including Sarbanes Oxley compliance. Includes drafting agendas, minutes and resolutions and reviewing board mailing materials. Also, assists or primarily responsible for corporate governance activities for specific subsidiaries.
  • Assist on executive and director compensation matters, including providing advice and counsel on matters relating to plan documentation and related securities matters (including preparation of registration statements on Forms S-3 and S-8).
  • Responsible for handling open window trading preclearance process and stock ownership and retention requirement compliance.
  • Serve as a member of the global legal team as a generalist, providing legal support to the business in a variety of practice areas.
  • Support the company’s ethics and compliance programs on a global basis.

Counsel - Ethics & Investigations | Sempra Energy
To provide advice and counsel on all aspects of the company’s Ethics & Compliance Helpline investigations under the direction of Senior Counsel – Ethics & Investigations.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Provide end-to-end advice and counsel to investigators, human resources, and labor relations groups on the company’s Ethics & Compliance Helpline investigations.
  • Review and provide advice and counsel on investigation reports.
  • Assist in planning, development, and delivery of training to teams of investigators across the family of companies.
  • Collaborate with other investigations teams within the Sempra family of companies on investigation support, Helpline trends, and program improvements.
  • Conduct complex internal investigations.
  • Assist in the administration of the company’s Ethics & Compliance Helpline.
  • Assist in the preparation of presentations and updates on the company’s Ethics & Compliance Helpline to leadership.

Contracts & SEC Compliance Attorney | Bioatia Inc.
The Contracts and SEC Compliance Attorney provides legal guidance on contracts. Prepares and coordinates procedural documentation for general legal matters including but not limited to securities compliance and reporting, drafting transactional documents, license agreements, employment law, regulatory matters, risk management asset-backed financing and contract management.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Lead the drafting, review, and negotiation of a wide range of contracts typical for a clinical-stage biotech preparing for commercialization, with a focus on agreements for services, consulting, HCP and payer engagements, technology/licensing, partnerships, 3PL, manufacturing, research and collaboration.
  • Handle ordinary course contracting (CDAs, MSA, Work Orders, MTAs, Consulting Agreements).
  • Work with Finance in the preparation, review, approval and filing of SEC reports, including Forms 10-K, 10-Q , 8-K and Proxy.
  • Work with Finance in executing SEC compliance activities. Review and provide compliance and disclosure advice concerning Section 16 reporting.
  • Respond in a professional, effective and timely manner to requests for legal services from internal clients. Assist internal clients in understanding contracting processes and requirements, and in preparing contract requests.
  • Advise internal teams on contract interpretation, risks, and dispute resolution matters through clear, practical, and business-oriented guidance.
  • Manage contract request process and work closely with finance/purchasing to harmonize contract completion, budget review and purchase order matters, maintain company contracts database, and manage contract expirations.
  • Assist other IP personnel in building in-house template library, updating playbooks to reflect new laws and trends, and maintaining a documented system of policies and procedures to ensure the consistent, timely delivery of high-quality agreements that balance risk mitigation with business needs.

Temporary Workers Compensation Attorney (hybrid) - Travelers Indemnity Company
As a Senior Counsel with Travelers you'll be responsible for high quality, proactive case handling and will have the opportunity to use your legal expertise and litigation skills to independently handle a caseload of higher exposure cases and more complex litigation matters and deliver optimal results for Travelers' insured customers. Travelers offers the strength of a national legal organization committed to your professional development while maintaining a local focus so you can be positioned as a strong legal advocate and valued business partner. Travelers offers a hybrid work location model that is designed to support flexibility.

Primary Job Duties & Responsibilities:
(May include all or the majority but not limited to these components.)
In the handling of a caseload of predominantly low to moderate complexity, your responsibilities will include:

  • Develop and apply effective use of trial skills and techniques to litigate cases to verdict.
  • Conduct legal research and demonstrate strong and persuasive legal writing and presentation skills.
  • Supervise research projects delegated to Associate Counsel and paralegals.
  • Draft pleadings, motions, briefs, discovery and other documents. Attend court events and other appointments independently.
  • Learn and understand Claim and client expectations. Provide recommendations and case analysis to Claim and insured clients on appropriate file-handling strategies.
  • Build and maintain strong internal and external client and business partner relationships.
  • Effectively utilize support staff consistent with office protocols and best practices.
  • Adhere to all best practices in file handling.
  • Fully and effectively utilizes available technology, case management system and automation.

Senior Counsel, Labor & Employment - Cubic Corporation
Provides legal advice for all labor and employment aspects of Cubic’s business areas, including managing all labor and employment related litigation. Assists in labor and human resources matters as requested. Position may also include providing advice to other various corporate departments as assigned and assists on related matters as necessary which may include review of software licenses, non-disclosure agreements, real estate leases and various other contracts. May be asked to assist with the due diligence of potential mergers and acquisitions and document drafting related to such activities. This position typically works under limited supervision and direction. Incumbents of this position will regularly exercise discretionary and substantial decision-making authority.

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Advise on labor and employment related aspects of Cubic’s business
  • Manage labor and employment related litigation
  • Experience in labor law and advising Human Resources departments
  • Reviews and negotiates software licenses, non-disclosure agreements and real estate leases
  • Reviews and negotiates commercial documents and contracts

Legal Counsel, Commercial (public sector), Remote | Splunk Inc.
We are looking for a motivated attorney who can play a key role in negotiating commercial agreements to successfully meet the Splunk sales growth selling to government customers. You will support sales, customer success, and partner teams with a focus on reducing contract and transaction cycle time, crafting playbooks, and providing training to business clients. This role will report to Splunk’s Legal Director for the Public Sector.

Join us as we pursue our ground-breaking new vision to make machine data accessible, usable and valuable to everyone. We are a company filled with people who are passionate about our product and seek to deliver the best experience for our customers. At Splunk, we’re committed to our work, customers, and having fun. Learn more about Splunk careers and how you can become a part of our journey!

Personal Characteristics:
To succeed, the role requires you to be diligent and dedicated; possess excellent business judgment and critical thinking; have the ability to perform cross-functionally and flexibly in a collaborative team environment; know how to prioritize and drive multiple initiatives independently and in a timely manner; possess strong persuasion and collaboration skills and excellent communication (oral and written) and presentation skills; be self-motivated, self-reliant, and confident; and have a good sense of humor and the ability to adapt to a dynamic and exciting environment.

Responsibilities:

  • Act as the legal contact for Splunk’s activities in the Public Sector sales theater and support other sales theaters as needed;
  • Build strong internal and external relationships while balancing the needs in Splunk’s Public Sector sales theater with Splunk’s global strategy and priorities;
  • Provide deep knowledge of relevant aspects of federal, state and local, U.S. and Canadian laws concerning government contracting, data privacy/governance, and cybersecurity;
  • Negotiate outbound software license, sales channel and strategic alliance sales, cloud service, system integrator contracts;
  • Anticipate changes to relevant laws impacting Splunk’s public sector activities and its customers;
  • Support the shaping of complex transactions, including developing strategic relationships;
  • Provide improvement of standard form agreements, playbooks, contract templates, and legal processes;

Defense Attorney | Pacifica Companies
We are searching for a seasoned Defense Attorney who has general and professional liability experience. Responsibilities will include all aspects of case management for inception to resolution.

Requirements:

  • Strong litigation background with a minimum of 5+ years of trial and litigation experience in General and Professional Liability claims defense, preferably defending RCFE facilities.
  • Ability to manage full case handling responsibilities, including all facets of discovery, trial preparation and case strategy.
  • The candidate must be a self-starter with excellent attention to detail, strong writing and analytical skills, and be able to work efficiently and independently.

Underwriting Counsel | First American Financial Corporation
Provides underwriting support and expertise to company personnel, agents, and customer(s), related to the issuance of real estate title insurance commitments and policies. Utilizes underwriting standards and guidelines within delegated authority limits, to underwrite the issuance of title insurance and provide guidance in the performance of real estate settlement services.

Essential Functions:

  • Provides underwriting support, counsel, and authorization to company personnel, agents, and customer(s), related to the issuance of real estate title insurance commitments and policies.
  • Utilizes underwriting standards and guidelines within delegated authority limits, to underwrite the issuance of title insurance.
  • Provides guidance to company personnel in the performance of real estate settlement services.
  • Issues underwriting standards and guidelines in accordance with established company processes.

Assistant General Counsel - Privacy | Intuit
The Assistant General Counsel - Privacy will report to the Chief Privacy Officer and partner with key stakeholders across the company and around the world to drive insight and innovation while enhancing customer trust and brand equity. This role requires a strategic lawyer with deep subject matter expertise in privacy coupled with a pragmatic approach to operationalizing emerging legal and regulatory requirements. The ideal candidate will have a successful track record as both a lawyer and a business partner capable of holistic problem solving. This is a position best suited for a thoughtful lawyer who values diversity and thrives working collaboratively in large ecosystems at multiple levels with a wide variety of constituents.


Product & Regulatory Counsel | Helix OpCo, LLC
As Product and Regulatory Counsel, you will guide and inform Helix’s approach to healthcare regulations and privacy requirements and have the opportunity to provide legal support across the lifecycle of Helix’s products and services. You will work directly with the Senior Director, Legal and Head of Privacy and Compliance and receive training and mentorship from the VP of Legal, the broader Legal, Privacy & Compliance Team, and G&A staff to support your personal and professional development. As part of a small but growing team, you will support the growth of both existing and emerging business lines at Helix, interpret complex regulatory frameworks, translate their meaning and implications for the broader Helix team, and provide guidance on how to effectively execute in light of them. You will be expected to work independently while knowing when to escalate issues to senior attorneys and other managers.

As a Product and Regulatory Counsel, you will:

  • Research and provide advice on existing and emerging regulatory frameworks in healthcare.
  • Work collaboratively within and outside the legal department to help ensure that Helix products and processes are compliant with applicable laws and regulations relating to healthcare compliance, consumer protection, and privacy.
  • Work closely with internal teams to understand Helix’s overall business and how each product and service works.
  • Document counseling and help organize and drive legal processes.
  • Develop, draft and implement trainings, educational tools, and guidance documents for internal clients, partners and stakeholders on key policies, procedures, practices, and regulatory and privacy requirements.
  • Review and provide legal advice on marketing assets, go to market plans, consents and authorizations, and product architecture.
  • Partner closely with product, engineering, marketing and other teams throughout the organization to ensure a clear understanding of regulatory requirements, recommended guardrails, and optimal execution strategies.
  • Develop excellent working relationships and act as a key resource between Helix’s legal department and other functional groups and project teams, including Business Development, Partnerships, R&D, Supply Chain/Ops, Marketing, Product and other teams to provide guidance in support of their business objectives.

Corporate Counsel (remote) | Helix OpCo, LLC
You will work directly with the VP, Legal and receive training and mentorship from both the Legal, Privacy & Compliance Team and G&A staff to support your personal and professional development. As part of a small but growing team, you will support the growth of both existing and emerging business lines at Helix, and help structure and negotiate deals with health system partners, life sciences companies, vendors, and government agencies.

As a Corporate Counsel, you will:

  • Support the legal team with daily corporate and transactional tasks.
  • Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of contracts, including supply agreements, service agreements, research agreements, confidentiality agreements, and other vendor agreements. Experience negotiating strategic partnership and collaboration agreements is a plus.
  • Support project-based legal assignments and initiatives, including corporate transactions, privacy and compliance matters, and other product counseling matters.
  • Maintain legal records and provide contract lifecycle management support utilizing a variety of tools.
  • Develop excellent working relationships and act as a key resource between the company’s legal department and other functional groups and project teams, including Business Development, Partnerships, R&D, Supply Chain/Ops, Marketing, Product and other teams to provide guidance in support of their business objectives and contracting needs.
  • Identify ways and initiate projects to continuously improve templates, processes, and operations.

Corporate Counsel | SeaSpine
SeaSpine’s Corporate Counsel position is an exciting opportunity for a junior to mid-level attorney to join a small, fast-paced and dynamic corporate legal team supporting a global medical technology company focused on spinal implants and orthobiologics. This role will work closely with other members of the Legal team in supporting all facets of the Company’s business, with a primary focus on contracts. The Corporate Counsel may also assist with public company reporting obligations, corporate governance, M&A, financings, employment matters, intellectual property, litigation, and executive compensation, as well as other duties as needed.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Research, assess and provide practical counsel to corporate, regulatory, commercial, clinical, marketing, sales and HR teams on legal issues
  • Draft and negotiate a wide range of contracts, including consulting agreements, distributor agreements, development and supply agreements, private label agreements, non-disclosure agreements, material transfer agreements, collaboration agreements, license agreements, clinical study agreements, and various vendor service agreements
  • Advise the business on contract interpretation, terms, issues, risks and negotiating strategies, protecting confidential and privileged information and protecting company IP and other assets
  • Draft and manage template legal documents
  • Assist in preparing, reviewing and advising on all Company SEC filings, including related transaction documents, proxy statements, periodic reports, registration statements, Section 16 filings, and similar corporate records
  • Provide legal support for certain corporate transactions, including securities offerings and corporate financings and supporting the diligence process and integration of strategic transactions
  • Provide legal support for the Company’s data privacy compliance program

Vice President & Associate General Counsel | Axos Bank
As our experienced transactional counsel, you will be joining the legal team at this always improving technology-driven financial services company. You will be a valued team member and have the opportunity to contribute to the company’s success, working hands-on with members of various business units on an ever growing range of products and services.

The Role:

  • Provide legal counsel to the Bank and its business units
  • Supervise the work of outside counsel
  • Draft, review, and edit contracts, including third party service agreements
  • Minimize Bank risk
  • Enforce the Bank's legal policies and ensure compliant with all applicable laws and regulations
  • Support all Bank business units by providing efficient and effective legal counsel

Senior Deputy County Counsel-Environment/Land Use/Zoning | County of San Diego
To serve as principal assistant to County Counsel; to manage, coordinate, and direct a group or division within the Office of County Counsel; to assist County Counsel in significant and complex litigation or legal matters; to assist with the management of the office; and to perform related work as required.

Chief Deputy County Counsel is an executive management class in the unclassified service and is allocated only to the Office of County Counsel. Under administrative direction, incumbents report directly to County Counsel and/or Assistant County Counsel and assist in the management of the office through planning, organizing, implementing, and controlling the activities of a group or division. Incumbents direct teams of attorneys organized into subject matter groups or divisions and personally handle significant/complex litigation cases/legal matters for County Counsel.

Essential Functions: 

  • Analyzes and resolves complex legal issues associated with local government and its operations.
  • Plans group or division activities and participates in the general planning for the Office of County Counsel.
  • Identifies the direction and goals of the group or division and the Office of County Counsel.
  • Develops strategies/plans to accomplish specific goals.
  • Organizes the division to align with established goals.
  • Implements directions and policies established by County Counsel in their group or division.
  • Manages the operation and develops performance standards for their division.

Legal Counsel, E-Mobility | ABB
Take your next career step at ABB with a global team that is energizing the transformation of society and industry to achieve a more productive, sustainable future.
At ABB, we have the clear goal of driving diversity and inclusion across all dimensions: gender, LGBTQ+, abilities, ethnicity and generations. Together, we are embarking on a journey where each and every one of us, individually and collectively, welcomes and celebrates individual differences. In this role you will be expected to draft, review and negotiate contracts, including global frame agreements and global purchasing agreements, and also provide comments and advice on such to their global business partners for E-Mobility globally. Reporting to the E-Mobility Division Lead Counsel based in Switzerland you will be supporting ABB’s E-Mobility business and its related functions and be required to develop a good working relationship with the global business and local ABB Legal function.

Your Responsibilities:

  • Support contract negotiation as well as general legal related issues relating to all E-Mobility projects.
  • Coordinate E-mobility business’s legal entities corporate governance through the ABB legal functions or external counsels, and work with such parties to facilitate any necessary E-Mobility business reorganization or any future Joint Venture initiatives.
  • Support the resolution of disputes or litigation.
  • Analyze legal issues requested by the Division Lead Counsel and provide general legal advice, and support in conducting internal and external compliance investigations and due diligence in compliance with ABB policies.
  • Deliver legal and integrity training.
  • Deal directly in coordinating and advising internal clients and liaising and negotiating with external parties.

Vice President, Legal Affairs | Viracta Therapeutics
Viracta Therapeutics is seeking a Vice President, Legal Affairs (or General Counsel) to join our high-performing and highly cross-functional team. This is an outstanding opportunity to join a fast-paced public biotechnology company working across a broad spectrum of the Company, providing multifaceted and day-to-day legal, intellectual property, administrative, operational, and governance support and advice. The candidate must be an excellent corporate attorney with mature business acumen, organizational and communication skills. The VP, Legal Affairs will advise senior management across an extensive range of functions. Our company is highly collaborative; functional heads communicate well and work across functions to achieve business objectives. This position will report to the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Leading and managing the Company’s legal function to ensure business objectives are met by providing hands-on solution-oriented advice regarding all legal and compliance matters.
  • Serving as the primary in-house legal representative for all corporate matters, including corporate securities, contract review and general corporate governance.
  • Ensuring compliance with security regulations and relevant legal and statutory requirements for corporate reporting of a public company.
  • Collaborate effectively with Finance on corporate filings with the SEC and globally.
  • Managing the Viracta IP portfolio; collaborate with key internal functions to develop, execute and maintain intellectual property strategy.
  • Structuring, drafting, negotiating, and advising on agreements with partners, vendors, and general business transactions.
  • Managing, advising and counseling on complex legal and business transactions, including licensing and M&A.
  • Advising on legal aspects of the company’s financing, including assessing and advising on current and future business structures and legal entities.
  • Supporting financial and business development due diligence.
  • Supporting external communications processes, including investor relations and publications.

Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate Affairs & Security | Tandem Diabetes
Sr. Corporate Counsel, Corporate Affairs will report to the EVP & General Counsel and be responsible for legal oversight of the Company’s corporate governance and public company reporting obligations and provide legal support for key agreements and corporate transactions. This individual will be an integral member of the Legal Department and operate independently in a dynamic environment to support the growing and diverse legal needs of the business. Works directly with and advises key decision-makers in contract negotiations and other business arrangements, including identifying and proposing solutions to key business issues and managing risk.

You’re Awesome At:

  • Demonstrates experience in general corporate matters, including corporate organization, securities compliance, stock incentive plan administration, drafting transactional documents, license agreements and contract management.
  • Successfully manages a variety of corporate governance and securities issues for the Company, and exercises sound legal and practical judgment in advising in-house clients on a variety of legal issues.
  • Primary role in preparing, reviewing and advising on all company SEC filings, including related transaction documents, proxy statements, periodic reports, registration statements, Section 16 filings, and similar corporate records.
  • Assists in scripting for investor calls and preparation of executive management for participation in the calls.
  • Assists in reviewing and drafting public disclosure and corporate communications including earning releases, press releases, and social media.
  • Assists with mergers, acquisitions, investments and other strategic transactions including coordinating internal teams and due diligence activities.
  • Drafts and reviews board books, minutes and resolutions for Board and Committee meetings and actions.
  • Creation, implementation and ongoing management of subsidiaries including board resolutions, filings, creation of bank accounts, and analysis of legal and financial considerations arising from the subsidiaries location or any intellectual property owned or managed by the subsidiary.

Privacy Counsel | Intuit
Intuit is hiring a Privacy Counsel to join our Global Privacy Team and help accelerate our mission of powering prosperity around the world. Privacy Counsel will report to the Chief Privacy Officer and partner with key stakeholders across the company and around the world to drive insight and innovation while enhancing customer trust and brand equity.

What you'll bring:

  • Deep knowledge of privacy laws and regulations including CCPA, GDPR, PIPEDA, FTC Act/Section 5, GLBA, FCRA, biometric privacy laws and others.
  • Proven ability to translate complex legal requirements into forward-looking policies, frameworks and guidelines.
  • Thought leadership, interpersonal skills and a desire to drive responsible innovation.
  • Commitment to diversity, self-awareness, empathy and intellectual curiosity.
  • JD from a top law school and good standing with at least one U.S. State Bar.
  • Engineering or technology background a plus

Research & Development Attorney | Crinetics Pharmaceuticals Inc.
This position will be a key business strategist by providing legal support for the company’s complex research and development activities. This attorney will be responsible for providing sophisticated legal advice on a broad range of global R&D and quality related activities including research, development, manufacturing, pharmacovigilance and drug safety, regulatory engagement, and compliance for Crinetics. The successful candidate will work seamlessly with cross-functional teams to support all phases of discovery, drug development & clinical research.

Your Contributions (include, but are not limited to):

  • Provide legal advice on issues related to discovery and clinical development programs, particularly including CRO matters, patient recruitment and informed consent, global clinical data privacy issues, publication planning, as well as manufacturing and supply matters.
  • Draft, review, interpret, and negotiate various clinical study-related agreements, technology transfers, and licensing agreements with academic institutions and strategic partners;
  • Identify opportunities to contribute to strategic planning with partners and R&D colleagues to optimize the implementation of the company’s clinical studies and manufacturing efforts;
  • Work directly with internal clients, academic and research institutions, and other external partners to provide timely, expert, and practical advice on drug development and regulatory issues to support our global clinical development strategy;
  • Collaborate with others to draft and negotiate complex arrangements with investigators, clinical research vendors, consultants for research related contracts, templates, and alternate clause guidance;
  • Provide guidance and counsel including training materials, and associated supporting documents to the research and development functions to support compliance with existing and anticipated legal, regulatory and industry obligations;

Paralegal | Longboard Pharmaceuticals
Works with [awesome!] General Counsel and employees throughout the organization on a wide variety of corporate matters from contracts, corporate governance, intellectual property management, due diligence, financings, and other corporate transactions.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Manage contract lifecycle, including overseeing intake and routing, execution, organization and storage, and management of deadlines for contract renewals/expirations.
  • Assist in the preparation and negotiation of a variety of contracts (including but not limited to research and clinical agreements). 
  • Draft and prepare minutes, consents, powers of attorney, officer certificates and other corporate and commercial documents.
  • Support the filings of various SEC documents, such as Forms 3 and 4, as well as others, as necessary.
  • Support corporate compliance, including identifying risks, monitoring training and compliance with policies, and filing annual reports and maintaining business licenses.
  • Assist with due diligence and information requests.
  • Support intellectual property needs. Prepare status reports as needed. Become knowledgeable in aspects of Company technology.
  • Seek to build relationships throughout the Company to become a resource for the Legal and Finance departments.
  • Perform administrative duties, including creating, preparing, verifying and editing materials for appropriate content, accuracy and clarity.

Principal Patent Agent | Neurocrine Inc.
Responsible for participating in the development and execution of global patent strategies and managing day to day patent activities to support multiple small molecule discovery and clinical development programs.

Your Contributions (include, but not limited to):

  • Identifies inventions in collaboration with members of various discovery and development groups within the Company
  • Drafts and prosecutes patent applications relating to small molecule drugs that are strategically aligned with the Company’s business objectives
  • Works and interacts with collaborators and other external strategic partners to implement global patent strategies
  • Communicates complex patent advice to team members at every level in the organization, with a wide range of scientific backgrounds
  • Assists with strategic IP due diligence, including conducting prior art and patent searches and analyzing the patent portfolios of competitors and potential collaborators
  • Evaluates IP risks and recommends solutions under little supervision
  • Supports preparation of Orange Book and patent term extension filings
  • Reviews proposed publications and analyzes potential impact on the Company’s patent portfolio
  • Contributes to development of best practices within the group
  • Manages the use of outside legal counsel globally

Senior Vice President, Corporate General Counsel | Kleinfelder
Kleinfelder has a great opportunity for a Senior Vice President, Corporate General Counsel to lead the legal department. You will be responsible for directing all legal functions of the company and assuring legal representation for the company's business by providing legal support, advice, and sound recommendations to all levels of the organization.

You will be a key part of the Executive Leadership Team and report directly to the CEO, and you will be involved in discussions on company direction, corporate strategies, and initiatives. You will have a team of legal professionals and contract review professionals. You will work independently or collaboratively with others to accomplish established goals and objectives.

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as legal advisor and business partner to the company's CEO, Executive Team, and Board of Directors and oversight of Corporate legal activities at all levels.
  • Manage legal and risk management due diligence and documentation for acquisitions and/or divestitures.
  • Participate as a member of the Executive Leadership Team and partner and advisor to corporate committees.
  • Serve as a member of the Corporate Risk Review Committee
  • Manage the Contracts team of professionals, responsible for establishing best practices for contract preparation, review and negotiation for corporate operations.
  • Retain and work closely with outside counsel as appropriate; manages and works closely with the CEO and others to provide strategy, direction and oversight of litigation and claims for optimum results.
  • Investigate claims against the company, working with appropriate internal staff as appropriate for response and resolution.
  • Follow and adheres to all federal and state regulations, client requirements and contracts, and company policies and procedures including but not limited to taxes, labor laws, safety, building codes, or environmental regulations.
  • Respond to complex construction and professional liability claims including supervision of outside counsel, development of defense strategies and the management of legal expenses.

Corporate Counsel/Sr. Corporate Counsel, Privacy | Tandem Diabetes
The Corporate Counsel, Privacy will report to our Executive Vice President & General Counsel and will be an integral part of a cross-functional team that works to ensure our business’ compliance with applicable global data privacy laws and regulations. The position is intended to support an increasing demand for both legal and operational advice and guidance regarding global privacy and security matters. The Corporate Counsel, Privacy will deliver pragmatic solutions for privacy compliance in day-to-day operations, as well as product development and design, and will continuously advance the overall data protection and privacy program. This role will work closely with other departments within the company to counsel on a wide range of privacy and security laws implicated in the development, global commercialization, and ongoing support of diverse customer types using our diabetes technology products that range from hardware with embedded software, to a suite of connected digital health products.

You’re Awesome At:
Privacy by Design – Product Lifecycle

  • Identifies and assesses global privacy and security requirements of commercial product offerings, including medical devices and all related software, cloud services, mobile apps, web applications, and portals accessible by end users, healthcare providers, and distribution partners.
  • Develops standard operating and internal audit procedures to ensure data protection and privacy compliance requirements are addressed throughout product and information lifecycles.
  • Interacts with business partners, healthcare organizations, health insurers, and service providers regarding data privacy and data protection related matters.
  • Contributes to the legal analysis and associated content development for the company’s partnership and collaboration efforts.

Laws and Regulations – Compliance

  • Maintains awareness of emerging laws, regulations, enforcement activity, and trends and developments in industry best practices related to privacy and data protection.
  • Provides sound compliance advice based on comprehensive understanding of United States and Outside-United States legal and regulatory data protection and privacy requirements.
  • Creates and delivers regular communications and trainings to key functional areas in order to ensure awareness of federal, state and international data protection and privacy requirements, as well as internal processes and practices.
  • Develops deep understanding of company processes and partners with members of the legal, information technology, cyber security, research & development, commercial and HR to identify and mitigate privacy compliance risks.

AVP Associate Counsel Privacy (remote) | LPL Financial
LPL is looking for an Assistant Vice President, Associate Counsel Privacy to join its Privacy Office, which is part of LPL’s Compliance, Legal and Risk organization. This role is focused primarily on the coverage of privacy risks inherent in the collection, use and sharing of personal information. The position requires a wide breadth of privacy knowledge and working with cross-functional teams in legal/ risk/ compliance to advise and oversee the business on data privacy issues.

The individual will work closely with technology, data governance, product management, information security and business owners to develop and implement strategies and initiatives with respect to privacy and disclosure requirements. Must be skilled at navigating complex and nuanced privacy and data protection issues in a strategic manner.

Principal Accountabilities:

  • Analyze and apply laws and provide legal advice regarding regulations and corporate policies related to:
  • California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA);
  • The EU General Data Protection Regulation and other international privacy laws and regulations;
  • US privacy laws, including GLBA, Regulation S-P, and U.S. state privacy laws;
  • FCC and FTC consumer privacy rules, including TCPA, email marketing and CAN-SPAM;

Patent Counsel | TaylorMade Golf Company
The TaylorMade Patent Counsel position is responsible for managing all ball patent filings and ball prosecution, supporting litigation, and supporting clearance of new TaylorMade products.

Essential Functions and key responsibilities:

  • Ensures timely patent creation and filing in light of the accelerated filing requirements imposed by America Invents Act of September 16, 2011 and its first to file requirements for patents filed after March 16, 2013.
  • Works closely with TaylorMade’s R&D teams to research inventions by proactively coordinating meetings with management and scientists to discuss potential patent filings.
  • Aggressively researches patentability of ideas created by the R&D teams pertaining to TaylorMade product development.
  • Strategically file patents to cover competitive landscape and new TaylorMade products.
  • Update inventions and patent applications on a regular basis.
  • Manage and update ball patent marking website and maintain fast and efficient marking program.
  • Manage all ball utility and design patent filings and prosecution.
  • Manage outside law firms in the prosecution of patent applications.
  • Support outside law firms in the litigation of patents.

Director, Corporate Counsel - M&A Securities | Ryan LLC
The Director, Corporate Counsel assists the Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, Senior Director, Corporate Counsel, and other key Ryan stakeholders with directing, implementing, managing, coordinating, overseeing, and supervising legal matters relating to the Firm including, without limitation, mergers and acquisitions activities, securities compliance and corporate governance matters.

Duties and Responsibilities as they relate to Ryan’s Key Results:

  • Draft, review and negotiate transaction documents for potential acquisitions, joint ventures, divestitures or other M&A transactions, including non-disclosure agreements, letters of intent, term sheets, purchase agreements, schedules and related transaction documents
  • Manage and analyze due diligence for acquisitions and advise internal stakeholders of risks
  • Prepare closing checklists and certificates and manage closings for acquisitions and other corporate transactions
  • Assist with updating and managing credit facilities and covenant compliance and analysis
  • Support matters related to capitalization including equity grants, transfers, sales and assignments and work with the business to manage processes and procedures related to equity ownership

Assistant General Counsel | Neurocrine Inc.
Among other responsibilities, uses cross-functional knowledge and highly-developed working relationships to develop a thorough understanding of the company’s business, its technologies, products, customers, collaborators and competitors to provide strategic guidance to internal clients and teams to facilitate the business and intellectual property objectives of the Company. Oversees and directs the patent and/or intellectual property function within an organization, including outside counsel, internal patent agents and patent attorneys as appropriate. Responsibilities may include overseeing the preparation, filing, prosecution and enforcement of: patent applications, trade secrets, trademarks, copyrights, licensing and research agreements, publications and intellectual property aspects of contracts and agreements. Advises and informs senior management of patent prosecution matters. Ensures that legal issues and recommendations are communicated to clients. Selects, develops and evaluates personnel to ensure the efficient operation of the function.

Your Contributions (include, but not limited to):

  • Develop high level intellectual property strategy, identification of inventions, patent drafting, and prosecution relating to biologics/gene therapy or small molecule drugs
  • Provide legal advice to assigned business partners on a broad range of topics involving intellectual property
  • Identifying opportunities for expanding the Company’s Intellectual property position and collaborating with members of various discovery, development and business groups within the Company
  • Working and communicating with collaborators and other external strategic partners in connection with developing a global IP strategy
  • Provides leadership, mentoring and coaching to attorneys, paralegals, and/or support staff

Sr. Corporate Counsel | Quest Diagnostics
Quest Diagnostics seeks a Senior Corporate Counsel to work as part of its award-winning in-house legal team. This Senior Corporate Counsel will be a true commercial generalist. The mix of duties may change from time to time and vary based upon the Company’s needs. Primary responsibilities would include providing strategic legal advice and counsel to internal business partners with respect to a range of commercial and transaction activities, including new product launches, collaborations, strategic alliances, master services agreements, and laboratory operations or functional areas or divisions. The successful candidate could proactively support a range of regulatory, contracting, and operations work and general legal needs of internal clients. Initially, it is expected that activities would include drafting and negotiating contracts, and counseling clients on a range of business and legal regulatory issues, including anti-corruption and fraud and abuse laws.

The Senior Corporate Counsel will report to a member of the Legal Management Team and will be based at a mutually agreeable location.


Technology Transactions Attorney | Schrödinger LLC
We’re seeking a highly motivated and experienced Transactional Attorney to join us in our mission to improve human health and quality of life through the development, distribution, and application of advanced computational methods. Schrödinger is on the cutting edge of computer-aided drug discovery and materials science. Our software suites continue to revolutionize the design of therapeutics and materials; FEP+, WaterMap, Glide, Maestro, and LiveDesign are just a few examples of the programs we’ve created. As a member of our Legal team, you’ll apply your relationship skills to the support for our technology business. Your initiative, determination, and focus will make you a key contributor to our business and corporate objectives.

What you’ll do:

  • Draft and negotiate SaaS, hosted software, and licensing transactions and IT agreements for vendors and clients
  • Manage SaaS and hosted software issues related to security, GDPR, and privacy
  • Work with internal stakeholders on product development and management
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to develop and maintain a top-of-the-line cybersecurity program
  • Draft and negotiate EULAs, MSAs and SOWs for our technology services

Vendor Oversight/Corporate Counsel - Midland Credit Management
The Staff Auditor / Corporate Counsel will be responsible for assisting internal clients (i.e. Legal, Collections Outsourcing Audit, Legal Outsourcing, and Internal Legal) through the Oversight of a network of external service providers and in-depth review and analysis of the processes and procedures of the legal service providers, as well as identifying any areas for improvement and identifying compliance trends.

  • Support ongoing and periodic reviews of MCM's external law firms and other collection service providers.
  • Responsible for assisting internal clients (i.e. Legal, Collections Outsourcing Oversight, Legal Outsourcing, and Internal Legal.).
  • Responsible for in-depth review and analysis of the processes and procedures of the legal service providers, as well as identifying any areas for improvement and identifying compliance trends.
  • Review and process analysis of litigation process workflows.
  • Review and analyze litigation cases for compliance with applicable state and federal law.
  • Analyze vendor processes and procedures for compliance with applicable standards of procedure and conduct.
  • Observe legal service provider courtroom practices and procedures.
  • Identify issues and recommend best practices for legal service providers.
  • Substantive and procedural analysis and review of pleadings, letters and correspondence for compliance with state and federal law compliance.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with Oversight staff .
  • Provide regular reporting to internal clients across organization as required.

Legal Counsel - Strategic Transactions | Dexcom
We are currently looking for Legal Counsel to join our Strategic Transactions group! In this role, you will support general commercial contracting matters and a wide various of strategic projects within the Strategic Transactions legal team

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Support day-to-day commercial contracting, including the negotiation of non-disclosure agreements, business associate agreements, data use agreements, clinical trial agreements, supply agreements, API agreements, master services agreements, subscription agreements, consulting agreements, amendments, statements of work, schedules, exhibits, and consents;
  • Assist Strategic Transactions legal team with establishing or updating contracting process, creating, maintaining and updating legal templates;
  • Support complex strategic transactions, with tasks that may include review and analysis of due diligence materials and/or creating and maintaining document and action item checklists; and
  • Collaborate with internal stakeholders in corporate development, clinical, privacy and compliance; prepare execution copies and coordinate with legal support personnel to ensure timely execution and filing of documents.

Director of Legal Affairs - Labor & Employment | Dexcom
Dexcom’s legal team is growing! Dexcom is hiring a Director of Legal Affairs, Labor and Employment in San Diego to handle a wide variety of labor and employment matters to support our domestic and international growth. You will report to the Vice President of Legal Affairs, EMEA, APAC, LATAM and Litigation and serve as a trusted advisor to the Human Resources Department and senior leaders to develop, design, and implement new strategies, policies, and programs across the globe. You will also be essential to overseeing compliance with California employment law and managing the Company’s employment litigation.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Partner closely with Human Resources and business partners to provide day to day counseling, evaluate legal risks and provide subject matter knowledge on a broad range of labor and employment issues, including wage and hour, recruiting and hiring, training, employee management, and HR best practices
  • Develop, update, and implement employment policies (including hiring practices, performance management, employee relations, internal investigations, terminations, leaves of absence, accommodations, wage and hour, compensation, and benefits) to ensure best practices and compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
  • Partner with cross-functional teams, to provide strategic, business-oriented employment law guidance across multiple jurisdictions.
  • Collaborate with the Human Resources team to generate, update, and implement training on HR and employment law topics.
  • Provide legal guidelines and support regarding the company’s contingent workforce and agency workers.
  • Investigate and respond to federal and state administrative complaints.
  • Provide litigation support related to employment matters, including preparing litigation holds and document gathering.
  • Support diversity, equality, and inclusion initiatives.
  • Update employment-related templates for compliance with relevant laws of the local jurisdiction, including for our international offices

Senior Legal Counsel | EXP
To enhance legal support required with the significant organic-growth of the company, EXP is seeking to add a senior lawyer to its team. Successful candidate will primarily support EXP’s US operations which include more than 1000 employees in 20 offices. This position will report to EXP’s General Counsel and provides an exciting opportunity to join an organization experiencing significant growth in an open and entrepreneurial environment.

Your Responsibilities:

  • Identify commercial risks and liabilities and ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations
  • Support the negotiation, review and execution of RFPs, proposals, teaming and joint venture contracts and design contracts,
  • Assess contract related issues and disputes and assist with litigation management
  • Assist with improving legal support and service delivery and the development and deployment of risk management initiatives
  • Assist with corporate transactions and special projects as required

Associate Director, Privacy Counsel | Illumina
Illumina is recruiting an experienced Privacy Counsel (PC) to provide legal guidance, strategic insights and practical experience to support Illumina’s compliance with global privacy and data protection laws and regulations, and to provide counsel for privacy and data-related client and contractual issues and complex data use issues under global privacy laws and regulations. The successful candidate is an experienced privacy professional with a proven track record in collaboratively and pragmatically directing privacy and data protection needs and issues for a multi-national company. The PC will have experience in presenting to senior executives and/or outside directors and is a self-starter who successfully works in "virtual" teams, cross-functional working groups, and with regulators. The PC is expected to build effective relationships with business unit leaders and other clients, and to partner with Illumina’s global Legal, Compliance and Information Security functions. This attorney will be within commutable distance to our San Diego, CA, Foster City, CA or Madison, WI location.

Responsibilities:

In this role, you will work closely with the Legal, Compliance and Information Security functions to develop and monitor policies and procedures applicable to the business and in compliance with global privacy and data privacy laws and regulations. Duties will include:

  • Implementing measures and a privacy governance framework to manage data use in compliance with the GDPR and other applicable privacy regulations, including developing templates for data collection, assisting with data mapping, and vendor management reviews.
  • Working with key internal stakeholders in the review of projects and related data to ensure compliance with local data privacy laws, and where necessary, complete and advise on privacy impact assessments.
  • Serving as a point of contact for privacy-related queries in the business.
  • Managing and conducting ongoing reviews of Illumina’s privacy governance framework.
  • Assist in driving cross-functional organizational education of privacy awareness and proactive risk identification and assessment related to privacy as well as other enterprise-wide risk.

Global Procurement Attorney | Babylon
We have an exciting opportunity for a Global Procurement Attorney to join our team in a newly created role within our growing legal department. We are looking for an experienced commercial procurement/contract attorney to play a lead role within Babylon assisting our procurement, supplier, and vendor-onboarding process from a legal perspective, as we expand within the US and around the world. In this position, you will lead negotiation efforts on contracts ranging from NDAs and software licensing agreements to marketing services. This role will grow to oversee not only US based contracts but UK based contracts as well. This position could also be based in Austin (TX), Brooklyn (NY), San Francisco or San Diego (CA).

What You'll Work On:
Oversee the drafting, editing, and negotiating contracts with suppliers, vendors and similar counterparties, including purchases, licensing arrangements, and NDAs
Collaborate closely with our procurement team, as well as other members of our legal, compliance, and privacy teams in both the US and UK


Associate General Counsel - Compliance | National Resilience
The Associate General Counsel - Compliance is responsible for developing, implementing, maintaining, and continuously improving the Compliance Program policy, procedure, and guidance infrastructure consistent with evolving industry standards and codes, risk identification and mitigation strategies, government enforcement priorities, and the growth and development of the company.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Develop the Business Code of Conduct policy and provide strategic direction on industry best practices
  • Support the development of policies, processes and systems that accurately and efficiently identify, capture and record interactions with authorities, business partners and healthcare professionals
  • Chair the Compliance Committee; oversee reporting on the status of the corporate compliance and ethics program and risk management activities to the Compliance Committee, Executive Team and/or the Board of Directors
  • Maintain high level of knowledge of current and emerging laws and regulations and government enforcement trends and inform and educate business units with tailored communications.

Deputy City Attorney (Civil Litigation Division, General Litigation Unit) | Office of the San Diego City Attorney
The Civil Litigation Division of the San Diego City Attorney's Office is seeking applications from attorneys who are interested in a position as a Deputy City Attorney in the General Litigation Unit. This position reports directly to the Chief Deputy City Attorney, and is responsible for a broad range of duties including prosecuting or defending civil lawsuits in which the City is a party. Ideal candidate will have at least 5 years of litigation experience in municipal law and preparing cases for hearings and trials in all courts or can otherwise demonstrate the skills necessary for this position. Experience with all pretrial phases of litigation including discovery, depositions of parties and experts, trial preparation, and strong research, legal writing and oral presentation skills will be considered for the position. Applicants must have been lead counsel in 1 or more jury trials.

Duties for the General Litigation Unit:

  • Police false arrest and excessive force
  • Personal injury, property damage, dangerous condition Motor vehicle accidents
  • Constitutional claims including legal challenges to City ordinances, resolutions and policies Cases challenging the City's compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Brown Act, and the California Public Records Act
  • Handling matters pertaining to writs
  • Preparing pleadings for trials, hearings, discovery and other legal proceedings 
  • Representing the City and its officers and employees in their official capacities in trial 

General Counsel | FFF Enterprises (Temecula)
The General Counsel (GC) is the chief legal officer of the Company. The GC provides strategic legal advice to senior management on Company strategies and their implementation, manages the legal function, and obtains and oversees the work of outside counsel.

Essential Functions and Duties:

  • Participate in the definition, development, and maintenance of corporate policies, procedures, and programs and provides continuing counsel and guidance on legal matters and on legal implications of all business matters.
  • Oversee the selection, retention, management, and evaluation of all outside legal counsel.
  • Serve as the key lawyer/legal advisor on all major business transactions.
  • Negotiate and draft transactional documents for the Company.
  • Assume ultimate responsibility for ensuring that the Company conducts its business in compliance with applicable laws and regulations.
  • Continuously strive to improve processes and service quality.
  • Adheres specifically to all company policies and procedures, Federal and State regulations and laws.
  • Display dedication to position responsibilities and achieve assigned goals and objectives.
  • Represent the Company in a professional manner and appearance at all times.
  • Understand and internalize the Company’s purpose; Display loyalty to the Company and its organizational and cultural values.
  • Display enthusiasm and dedication to learning how to be more effective on the job and share knowledge with others.

Marketing & Trademark Attorney | Hewlett Packard
Job Responsibilities:

  • Structure, draft and negotiate a wide variety of agreements, especially those relating to marketing and advertising, events, sponsorships, content licensing (both inbound and outbound), influencers, brand ambassadors, and social media
  • Provide advice on advertising issues, disclaimers and disclosures, claims substantiation, environmental and sustainability advertising, and consumer protection issues. Collaborate with Marketing paralegals on marketing asset reviews.
  • Draft and review contest rules and promotions.
  • Conduct online, worldwide trademark searches and provide clear, business-focused advice and risk analyses
  • Draft and negotiate brand license agreements and provide strategic advice to clients on building and managing brand licensing programs
  • Collaborate with TM paralegals and non-US counsel to prepare trademark applications, draft responses to office actions, develop evidence of use, and obtain registrations and renewals of trademarks; manage international trademark portfolio for one or more business units
  • Assess, investigate and develop strategies for cease and desist letters, domain name proceedings, online marketplace takedowns, oppositions and other trademark and copyright enforcement activities; negotiate settlements and draft settlement agreements; act as trademark subject matter expert for litigation and customs matters
  • Advise clients and cross-functional teams on marketing, trademark and copyright aspects of commercial transactions, product/service development, and business strategies; counsel on advertising, marketing and consumer protection issues
  • Advise internal clients on legal and business issues and the implications of alternative positions to enable informed business decisions
  • Assist in department process and systems improvement
  • Develop training and train client groups, other team members and foreign agents

Assistant General Counsel | Axos Bank
Join our successful legal team where we continue to advance with digital financial technology products for our customers. You are a valued team member with the opportunity to contribute to the company’s success, working hands-on with members of various business units on an ever growing range of products and services.

The Role:

  • Draft, review, and edit contracts, including third party service agreements
  • Currently, and will remain, an active member, in good standing, of the State Bar of California, which the Bank will pay your basic annual dues for the California State Bar
  • Minimize Bank risk
  • Enforce the Bank's legal policies and ensure compliant with all applicable laws and regulations
  • Support all Bank business units by providing efficient and effective legal counsel

Corporate Counsel, Contracts - Mirati Therapeutics Inc.
We are looking for a dynamic and skilled corporate and transactions attorney to help draft, review and negotiate a wide array of contracts for the company across various business areas, including clinical, commercial, CMC, and research. They will need a good understanding of the pharmaceutical industry and related legal issues, as well as outstanding drafting and negotiation skills. The ideal candidate should be able to effectively counsel and collaborate with various internal business partners. This role will report to the Director, Corporate Counsel.

Your Responsibilities:

  • Review, draft, and negotiate contracts relating to the company's business needs, such as confidentiality agreements, services agreements, distribution agreements, lease agreements, manufacturing and supply agreements, global clinical trial agreements, commercial agreements, marketing agreements and consulting agreements.
  • Provide legal advice to internal teams on contract matters, including transaction structuring, contract interpretation and enforcement, risk assessment, legal and regulatory compliance, and corporate policies.
  • Coordinate and assist in developing policies, procedures, and systems to support and facilitate efficient contract development and analysis.
  • Keep abreast of current case law and trends.

Corporate Counsel | Quantum-Si
Quantum-Si is looking for a hands-on, innovative, and collaborative Corporate Counsel with experience in the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industry who thrives in a high-science, rapidly-growing, fast-paced, and collaborative environment. Reporting to the General Counsel (GC), the Corporate Counsel will partner with the GC and our legal team on a broad range of legal matters to provide high quality legal, privacy, compliance, and contractual services to advance Quantum-Si's business strategy, while exercising discretion, professionalism and solid judgment. This exciting position will be a key member of our legal team with the opportunity to make a big impact on our company while ensuring a cohesive, collaborative, inclusive, and fun workplace experience.

As part of our team, your core responsibilities will be:

  • Prepare and review public market and securities-related legal and compliance matters; collaborate with internal stakeholders on SEC filings, such as 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, Section 16 filings, and proxy statement
  • Assist GC in managing trading windows within the company's stock plan administration platform; assist with communications related to trading windows and equity related communications
  • Partner with GC in connection with corporate legal matters relating to Board of Directors and related committees; maintain committee charters and other key governance documents; refine and manage corporate governance policies and procedures
  • Draft, negotiate, and review various research and development agreements, including but not limited to, contract research organization (CRO) agreements, collaboration agreements, material transfer agreements, and confidentiality agreements
  • Stay current with evolving legal guidance and partner with key stakeholders to develop, implement and maintain policies and procedures to ensure compliance
  • Ensure compliance with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations
  • Act as an advisor on legal issues involving the organization’s government, privacy and regulatory compliance
  • Drive strong company culture as we grow and evolve

Commercial Contracts Counsel | Fate Therapeutics
Fate Therapeutics’ legal group is seeking a career oriented attorney with significant life sciences experience to provide transactional support for the Company’s operations, with a particular focus on implementing agreements to support operations and product development. The successful candidate will interact with personnel at all levels of the Company as well as with external parties to prepare, review, and negotiate a range of complex contracts. Effectiveness in this position will require extensive knowledge of the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries and the ability to identify business and legal risks and offer creative solutions. The successful candidate also must have the ability to work independently with minimal instruction and must be able to work accurately in a fast-paced environment and maintain a sense of urgency. This is a full-time position reporting to a Senior Corporate Counsel and is based at the Corporate headquarters in San Diego, California.

Responsibilities:

  • Review, draft, redline, negotiate, and approve for execution a range of contracts and other documents relating to the conduct of clinical research, manufacturing, and product development, including NDAs, SRAs, master service agreements, supply agreements, manufacturing and quality agreements, and other agreements of varying complexity, as needed
  • Negotiate directly with external parties, including commercial suppliers, service providers and vendors, interfacing with internal counsel and stakeholders
  • Develop new and update existing contract documents and templates
  • Assist internal clients with contract negotiation, documentation and SOWs, as appropriate

Chief Corporate & Governance Counsel & Assistant Secretary | Teradata
The person hired for the position of Chief Corporate Governance Counsel and Assistant Secretary will lead the Corporate Law Group that is responsible for the Company’s corporate governance and Board of Director matters, corporate and securities law compliance, and providing comprehensive legal support for Teradata’s investor relations, executive compensation, treasury and financing activities, ESG program, acquisitions, investments and divestiture activities on a global basis, among other things.

Key Areas of Responsibility:
The Chief Corporate Governance Counsel will report to the Chief Legal Officer and Secretary, and the principal duties of this position will include general corporate and related activities as outlined below:

  • Advise and educate internal business stakeholders on relevant corporate governance legal and compliance issues;
  • Support Board of Directors in secretarial functions as Assistant Secretary;
  • Draft and review materials to be provided to the Board of Directors and its committees;
  • Assist with preparation and review of reports filed with the SEC under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, including disclosures on Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, and Section 16 reporting;
  • Lead preparation and review of the Company's annual proxy statement and other materials related to the Company's annual meeting of stockholders;
  • Prepare and advise stakeholders regarding recommended amendments to governing instruments, Board committee charters, and corporate policies;
  • Provide support and counseling specific to executive compensation issues and related legal requirements and best practices, assist with preparation of executive compensation-related plans, agreements, and related communications;
  • Provide effective legal analysis, counseling, research, drafting, advocacy, negotiations and matter-management related to incentive compensation and equity-related issues and matters

Sr. Corporate Counsel, International Affairs | Tandem Diabetes
The Sr. Corporate Counsel, International Affairs will report to the Assistant General Counsel, Commercial Affairs and will be the primary legal support for the Company’s international commercial operations outside North America and will provide as needed legal support for initiatives within North America. This individual will be an integral member of the Legal Department and operate independently in a dynamic environment to support the growing and diverse legal needs of the business.

You’re Awesome At::

  • Law degree (JD or equivalent) with excellent academic credentials and a license to practice in the state of California, or licensed in another state and registered as In-House Counsel in California.
  • 7 years of legal experience with at least 3 years of relevant global medical device, pharmaceutical or biotech company experience.
  • 3 or more years of in-house experience is strongly preferred.
  • In-depth understanding of international laws, rules and regulations applicable to medical device companies, inclusive of international industry codes such as MedTech Europe, MEDEC, and FCPA.
  • Extensive experience with and breadth of knowledge related to contract law.
  • Specific knowledge of promotion and marketing laws applicable to consumer and medical devices are of primary importance.
  • Working understanding of the federal False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, and Food Drug & Cosmetic Act.

Patent Counsel (remote) | Pardes Biosciences
The company’s lead product candidate, PBI-0451, is being developed as a potential direct-acting, oral antiviral drug to treat and prevent SARS-CoV-2 infections. PBI-0451 is designed to inhibit the coronavirus main protease, an essential protein for SARS-CoV-2. This protease is highly similar across all coronaviruses, including emerging coronavirus variants. Pardes Biosciences is headquartered in Carlsbad CA. This position may be based in San Francisco or San Diego, California. Initially the role will be remote.

Key responsibilities:

  • Builds strategic, global, intellectual property portfolios to support business strategy.
  • Partners effectively with relevant stakeholders at all levels of the organization and across all phases of research, development & commercialization to identify new intellectual property and secure protection on existing inventions to provide clear, relevant business counseling aligned with company strategy.
  • Leads outside counsel and research and development team in the drafting and prosecution of pharmaceutical patent applications, primarily related to small molecules.
  • Proactively analyzes risks and develops sound strategic and tactical approaches/solutions with appropriate consideration of business objectives and the environment.
  • Advises team and senior management about exclusivity, freedom to operate, due diligence, contract, licensing, and litigation risks.
  • Provides technical and patent research analysis.
  • Conducts patent landscape/freedom to operate analysis.
  • Conducts clearance and diligence on emerging technology, new products, collaborations and strategic transactions.

Senior Director, Legal Counsel | Seismic
What you will be doing:

  • Lead, manage and mentor a fast-growing and dedicated commercial legal team.
  • Partner closely with our sales, security, finance and other business teams on commercial and data protection-related matters, emphasizing the importance of high-quality contracts and privacy adherence while delivering practical and business-minded advice.
  • Manage the drafting, negotiating and maintenance of various commercial and technology-related agreements, including sales, vendors, partnerships and data processing agreements.
  • Review commercial contracts and negotiate with customers, vendors and partners on the phone or via videoconference.
  • Work with internal clients to advise on negotiation strategy and ensure the contemplated legal terms will meet business needs over the long term.
  • Respond promptly to legal requests.
  • Provide legal guidance regarding contract interpretation matters and general business matters.
  • Contribute to other legal and privacy projects as required by the business.
  • Aid in the development and automation of processes to scale efficiencies in the sales support function, which arise from the operation of a large, complex and geographically dispersed sales organization.
  • Provide legal training to team members and business stakeholders.

Director, In-house Patent Attorney | Ionis Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Ionis seeks an experienced patent attorney to assist in developing global IP strategies and managing day to day intellectual property efforts to support multiple compounds in pre-clinical/clinical development featuring the company’s innovative antisense technology. The successful candidate will be responsible for a wide range of intellectual property related matters with an emphasis on patent preparation, prosecution, and strategic counseling.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Identifying inventions, drafting and prosecuting patent applications, managing a global patent portfolio relating to antisense technology
  • Advising internal clients on a wide range of intellectual property related matters
  • Conducting strategic IP analysis and due diligence, including analyzing third-party patent portfolios
  • Communicating and aligning with external collaborators and strategic partners in connection with developing a global IP strategy
  • Providing patent litigation and transactional support
  • Managing the use of outside legal counsel globally

Director, Legal Commercial | Illumina
Illumina is looking for a highly motivated, energetic individual with deep and broad experience in negotiating and executing complex collaboration, partnership, licensing, and development agreements and other strategic transactions, often with significant IP aspects. This attorney will serve as a member of the Illumina multi-disciplinary legal team. Location will be Illumina’s San Diego headquarters.

Responsibilities:

  • Draft, negotiate and execute complex collaboration, partnership, licensing, and development agreements and other strategic transactions
  • Develop strategies, templates, and solutions for these matters and broader business strategies in close collaboration with Illumina business development, R&D, and other stakeholders
  • Be a trusted defender and advocate of the company and its interests, and a valued counselor to the business
  • Assist in due diligence in connection with mergers and acquisitions
  • Be responsible for attorney management and development

Patent Counsel | Qualcomm
Qualcomm, a world leader in the development of wireless technology and products, relies on its valuable patent portfolio to generate substantial revenue for investment in research and development. Qualcomm is seeking talented and motivated patent attorneys to apply their legal, technical, and communication skills with engineers and business units to develop high quality, high-value patents throughout the world. The candidate should understand the technology, business plans, product roadmaps, industry practices, domestic and international patent laws, and work in a cooperative atmosphere to achieve this goal. Specific responsibilities include managing outside counsel, drafting patent applications, drafting responses to official communications, interviewing examiners, performing patent analyses including infringement, clearance, patentability and validity analyses, and collaborating with counsel across multiple jurisdictions to ensure compliance with local jurisdictional practices and laws. Other responsibilities include participating in design-around analysis, license and contract analysis, and performing due diligence analysis for potential acquisitions and investments.


Senior Patent Agent | Thermo Fisher Scientific
Thermo Fisher Scientific has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Patent Agent to join its Life Sciences Solutions Group. This position will report to Sample Preparation IP Counsel, supporting the Sample Preparation business, including its nucleic acid purification business.

Principal Activities and Tasks:

  • Engage with R&D and product management to sense and capture new innovation;
  • Engage with in- and out-licensing functions to facilitate acquisition of and monetization of IP;
  • Draft, prosecute and manage worldwide patent portfolios;
  • Provide freedom-to-operate, landscape, and competitor analyses, and advise R&D staff regarding design-around activities;
  • Facilitate technology transfer agreements;
  • Advise and educate internal clients regarding IP-related issues, including new developments in patent and trade secret laws and policies

Legal Counsel Director | Arrow Electronics
This position provides timely transactional expertise to support the organization by delivering creative solutions supporting the Company’s contractual goals in a fast-paced, performance-driven, customer-focused, collaborative environment. The successful candidate is a positive, pragmatic individual with strong negotiation and communication skills; a person with a strategic view on problem identification and solutions; a person with high ethical standards and strong business acumen, who thrives in a fast-paced growth and results oriented environment. The role requires an accomplished individual who has a proven track record of negotiating complex deals, is comfortable being out of the "comfort zone," and who enjoys having a seat at the table to help the business make the right decision, enabling our strategic goals.

Responsibillities:

  • Participates in the deal process from start to finish to ensure that Arrow’s best interests are represented, and that through contracts we maintain an appropriate balance between reasonable risk and growth goals.
  • Analyzes and effectively negotiates contract terms that support our business objectives, while complying with applicable laws and Arrow requirements.
  • Independently reviews, drafts, and negotiates contracts, amendments, and templates in support of the business including supplier, customer, reseller, credit, and other commercial agreements.
  • Provide clear, concise, and practical legal and commercial advice and counsel to business teams on a wide array of business and contractual issues while coordinating with other legal team members and stakeholders as necessary to collaborate effectively across all levels of the organization.
  • Partners with the business to successfully drive the initiatives they are championing and to provide overall support for execution of commercial strategy.
  • Coordinates with other legal team members and company stakeholders to effectively collaborate across all levels of the organization.
  • Partners with contract managers who are responsible for the day-to-day management of Arrow’s commercial agreements including: legal oversight, some supervision and developing creative legal solutions to complex commercial negotiations.
  • Conducts training for business and field locations on best practices and other contract or legal topics.

Global OGC Secretariat Attorney | Price Waterhouse Coopers
A career in Office of General Counsel, within Internal Firm Services, will provide you with the opportunity to be a part of the Firm’s legal department by providing dedicated legal support in the areas of litigation, counselling, and corporate, commercial, and employment law. You’ll play an important part in all aspects of regulatory proceedings involving the Firm and its personnel by supporting on regulatory issues, advising the Firm on matters relating to its operations, supporting the Firm’s client contracting function, and advising on matters related to employees. As part of our team, you’ll help with researching background information related to legal issues and prepare legal documents. You’ll focus on drafting contracts or legal agreements, retaining files of prepared legal documents, and coordinating requests between internal and external counsel.

As a Senior Manager, you'll work as part of a team of problem solvers, helping to solve complex business issues from strategy to execution. PwC Professional skills and responsibilities for this management level include but are not limited to:

  • Encourage everyone to have a voice and invite opinion from all, including quieter members of the team.
  • Deal effectively with ambiguous and unstructured problems and situations.
  • Initiate open and candid coaching conversations at all levels.
  • Move easily between big picture thinking and managing relevant detail.
  • Anticipate stakeholder needs, and develop and discuss potential solutions, even before the stakeholder realises they are required.
  • Contribute technical knowledge in area of specialism.
  • Contribute to an environment where people and technology thrive together to accomplish more than they could apart.
  • Navigate the complexities of cross-border and/or diverse teams and engagements.
  • Initiate and lead open conversations with teams, clients and stakeholders to build trust.
  • Uphold the firm's code of ethics and business conduct.
  • The purpose of the role and your contribution is to provide high quality services to the customers of the Global OGC Secretariat Team (Secretariat) and contribute to a high performing, customer-focused team that delivers excellence in corporate governance. Leading governance activities and secretariat duties for certain network entities. Having the presence and ability to work effectively and independently with and assist senior Network leaders and support teams.

Director, Head of Contracts | Sorrento Therapeutics
The Head of Contracts is a key member of the Sorrento Legal Department and will perform a broad range of legal work, focusing primarily on managing the day-to-day contracting needs of a rapidly growing clinical-stage and commercial biopharmaceutical company. This role will contribute substantively to the development and management of the company’s corporate contracting and will partner effectively with the company’s R&D, Clinical, Business Development, Finance and Human Resources teams. The Head of Contracts will be comfortable working under very tight deadlines and work cooperatively and collaboratively with the rest of the legal team to meet the company’s goals. This role will be a high-profile, high-growth position with significant exposure to all levels of the company and will offer the potential for expansion of duties and opportunities to make a significant impact on the company’s continued growth.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Lead the drafting and negotiation of a wide variety of contracts, including CDAs, MTAs, MSAs, CTAs, CRO agreements, consulting and physician advisory board agreements, commercial and API supply and manufacturing agreements, quality agreements, and research agreements with partners and academic institutions.
  • Draft and negotiate a high-volume of specialized agreements necessary for the startup and conduct of clinical trials, including confidentiality, vendor and CRO services, clinical trial, investigator-initiated studies, informed consents, and letters of indemnity.
  • Provide advice and counsel clients on the preparation of agreements as well as the company's rights and obligations under executed agreements.
  • Contribute to the establishment and ongoing improvement of contracting practices and procedures, including template development and associated playbooks.
  • Participate in the definition and development of corporate policies, procedures, and programs.
  • Ensure that the company conducts its business in compliance with applicable FDA, Fraud and Abuse, Anti-Kickback, FCPA, HIPAA, and other applicable laws, rules, and regulations.

Sr. Corporate Counsel | Hologic
A Medical Technology Company is looking for an experienced commercial attorney to be our Senior Corporate Counsel and help manage a broad range of commercial and operational transactional legal needs for large (more than $1.0 Billion in revenue) Diagnostic Solutions business unit. This position will be based in San Diego and will report to our Vice President & Assistant General Counsel, Diagnostic Solutions.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Participate in all legal aspects of the Diagnostic Solutions business unit, including preparing and negotiating commercial contracts relating to customer and vendor/supplier arrangements, providing legal support for existing collaborations and licensing deals and working with business unit on new collaborative and licensing opportunities, working on acquisitions/dispositions engaged in by the business unit, and managing litigation on an as-needed basis.
  • Negotiate and document a variety of commercial agreements, including clinical trial agreements, research study agreements, professional services agreements, supply agreements, material transfer agreements, confidentiality agreements, and other commercial agreements.
  • Provide legal advice and assist Contract Administration team with customer facing sales agreements, request for proposals, etc.
  • Deliver guidance, advice and training on the requirements of the Sunshine Act, federal anti-kickback statutes, and related regulations, guidelines and state laws.
  • Work closely with regulatory, sales and marketing groups to review marketing and advertising collateral.
  • Oversee and direct efforts of Legal Administrator with respect to standard form agreements such as confidentiality agreements, professional services agreements and material transfer agreements.
  • Facilitate the preparation of SEC periodic filings by publicly traded parent company and coordinate with other departments (e.g., finance, tax, etc.) as needed to support these efforts.
  • Provide litigation support and/or general assistance to the Vice President & Assistant General Counsel, Diagnostic Solutions, and outside counsel, on an as needed basis.

Senior Patent Agent - Autonomous Vehicles (Remote) | TuSimple
TuSimple’s Senior Patent Agent performs highly complex and sensitive work, in the harvesting of Intellectual Property (IP) and the prosecution of patents in support of our short- and long-term organizational objectives. As a US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) license holder, the Senior Patent Agent fully owns the patent application process, partnering with our technical teams to ensure completeness and inclusion of all patent-worthy IP. The Senior Patent Agent liaises with outside counsel and our international teams to ensure global IP protection, and supports our Patent Attorneys with various IP counsel matters.

Role Responsibilities:

  • Builds strong relationships and acts as a strategic partner to TuSimple’s technical teams to support the harvesting of intellectual property and align the patent portfolio with the Organization's short- and long-term objectives.
  • Develops and leads patent training and invention harvesting meetings. Organizes and coordinates invention disclosure reviews and evaluations.
  • Partners with technical teams, and other cross-functional teams, to ensure accuracy of all patent applications and associated documentation.
  • Prepares, files, and prosecutes patent applications before the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), ensuring the inclusion of all critical IP. Communicates with, and liaises between, technical teams and the USPTO throughout the patent application process. Responds to USPTO’s communications in a thoughtful and timely manner.
  • Liaises with outside counsel and other service providers, coordinating workflow, and ensuring work product meets or exceeds defined work scope and TuSimple’s needs.
  • Conducts patent analysis projects, including art searches, competitive intelligence analysis, infringement analysis, portfolio analysis, validity analysis, etc.
  • Identifies, analyzes, and solutions for complex patent issues.
  • Supports the IP Paralegals with docket database management, invention disclosure tracking, and IP reporting, as necessary.

Counsel, Product (remote) | Weedmaps
We are looking for a Product Counsel to join our amazing Legal team! Our Legal Department takes an active role in guiding the direction and structure of our strategic initiatives, products, and commercial arrangements. We’re a team of generalists who all bring deep knowledge in our areas of expertise but also handle the breadth of legal issues that Weedmaps encounters. You’ll focus your efforts on taking a deep dive into our product portfolio, understanding our organizational goals, and advising the business team on a myriad of issues, from consumer protection, cannabis advertising restrictions, intellectual property, privacy, and more. And you’ll collaborate with business partners throughout the organization to help them navigate the complex legal landscape at the intersection of technology and cannabis.

The impact you'll make:

  • Provide advice and counsel to the engineering, product and design team regarding new and existing product offerings and functionalities in light of rapidly changing applicable laws, including those related to data privacy and security, and company policies and strategy.
  • Identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk, and develop and implement corrective action plans for resolution of problematic issues.
  • Support trust & safety, policy, revenue and other teams by interpreting company policy and applicable law and delivering guidance based on the same.
  • Collaborate with your colleagues on the Legal team to update the Company’s privacy policy, terms of use, and commercial terms in accordance with new products, laws, and regulations.
  • Draft, negotiate, review, and interpret commercial agreements (with a focus on SaaS and other technology agreements) with our vendors, partners, and customers.
  • Conduct research regarding legal and compliance issues affecting the Company’s businesses, translating complex laws and regulations into practical advice and solutions, including by acting as subject matter expert for applying the cannabis regulations of your assigned jurisdictions to Weedmaps’ product portfolio.
  • Assist in creating and improving scalable processes, agreements, document templates and policies, particularly focused on product review and guidance.

Insurance Defense Attorney | Liberty Mutual
At Liberty Mutual, we’re committed to delivering exceptional legal services to our customers around the world, working to uphold and protect our policyholders’ rights and positively impacting our business. As an Insurance Defense Attorney at Liberty Mutual, you’ll join a diverse team that values a healthy work/life balance and enjoy benefits that include eligible performance bonuses, 20 days of flexible time off each year, personal holidays, a pension plan and a 401(k) plan with matching contributions. If you’re looking for a place to build a long-term career while making a positive difference, consider joining our legal team where you’ll represent Liberty Mutual and our policyholders in moderately complex civil litigation and workers’ compensation matters involving claims for monetary damages or compensation for personal injuries or property damage of a moderate value.

We encourage you to apply and bring your expertise if you’re a:

  • Engaged legal professional: You’ll manage the entire legal process, from investigation and discovery though trial prep and court proceedings, representing clients in depositions, site inspections, court hearings, trials, etc. and negotiating settlements as required.
  • Strategic partner: Researching all applicable laws and findings, you will develop appropriate legal strategies for all stages of litigation and share them with claims representatives and insured clients.
  • People person: You’ll establish and maintain good relationships with claims representatives and insured clients and occasionally conduct training sessions for Legal, Claims or other departments.
  • Effective communicator: You’ll develop and render clear, unambiguous legal opinions and strategies, and draft legal documents including pleadings and motions.

Senior Attorney | Illumina
This attorney joins a dynamic global legal team and will be a key member of the corporate transactions, governance, and disclosure group.

Responsibilities:

  • Securities and Public Disclosure. Review, advise and assist with securities transactions, filing/publishing quarterly earnings releases, investor presentations, quarterly and annual reports and other public communications
  • Strategic Transactions. Lead legal due diligence on strategic transactions. Provide assistance with the negotiation and of asset and stock purchase/sale agreements, joint venture and partnership agreements, strategic investments, financing transactions, and other strategic partnership-related documents
  • Early-Stage Investments. Provide legal advice to Illumina Accelerator, Illumina’s company creation engine, which partners with leading venture capital investors and entrepreneurs to create, launch, and grow genomics startups
  • Corporate Governance. Help to maintain governance policies and practices, including corporate governance guidelines, committee charters and other governing documents
  • Corporate Structure. Manage Illumina’s global subsidiary structure
  • Listed responsibilities are an essential, but not exhaustive list, of the usual duties associated with the position. Changes to individual responsibilities may occur due to business needs.


 

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Associate Legal Counsel | Artemis DNA*
The Associate Legal Counsel is a newly created position that will be reporting to the General Counsel. We are looking for an attorney who is able to provide review and advice on commercial contracting, healthcare compliance, and general support for the growing legal department activities at a rapidly growing, fast-paced company.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage the review of, drafting, revising and providing legal advice of Artemis DNA's contracts
  • Interact with and advise team members at all levels of the Company, including top executives
  • Proactively assess legal risks and advise on decisions that will provide years of benefit to the overall organization
  • Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of contracts of all types, including vendor, sponsorship, consulting, marketing, licensing, technology, privacy, cybersecurity, facility/building leases and other agreements
  • Draft and update model standard templates and clauses
  • Develop contract review processes to enhance efficiencies
  • Responsible for providing legal counsel and guidance to all levels of the Company, including executive management
  • Prepare training materials for internal clients on contract principles, negotiation strategy, and general procedures
  • Work with finance, procurement and business clients to manage/supervise contract approval process
  • Provide support as necessary to other functions of the Legal Department, such as privacy/cybersecurity, policies and procedures, document retention, claims, litigation, compliance, and special projects, as assigned by management in the Legal Department

Corporate Counsel, Litigation & Compliance | In-N-Out Burger*
We have an excellent opportunity for a full time Corporate Counsel, Litigation and Compliance in-house with our Legal Department, based in our Irvine, CA office. This position will be responsible for handling and managing legal matters for In-N-Out Burger, while assisting in compliance initiatives across all departments within the company.

General Responsibilities:

  • Draft and review a variety of agreements, including licenses, NDA’s, consulting agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and special event agreements.
  • Audit contracts and local regulations; and ensure notice and disclosures requirements are met.
  • Ensure standards, process, and procedures followed by various departments are consistent with state, federal, and local regulations.
  • Conduct and coordinate research into a variety of legal issues (including laws, regulations, judicial decisions, and legal articles); and provide clear recommendations to internal associates.
  • Manage and enforce document organization and retention policy and litigation holds.
  • Draft discovery plans, client letters, opinion letters, demand letters, settlement proposals, petitions, declarations, motions, and settlement and trial briefs.
  • Conduct and defend depositions (of parties, third party witnesses, and experts). Make court appearances. Propound and respond to form and special interrogatories, requests for documents, and requests for admission. Summarize discovery.

Associate General Counsel, Securities & M&A | Terran Orbital*
Terran Orbital is seeking an experienced securities attorney to join its Corporate Legal team. This role will advise on a variety of securities matters, including public company reporting and securities compliance, M&A, corporate finance transactions, contract drafting and negotiation and other general corporate matters. The individual must thrive in a high-volume, fast-paced, high-performing, and collaborative corporate environment.

Key Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Prepare SEC filings including 10-K annual reports, 10-Q quarterly reports, 8-K current reports and annual proxy statements.
  • Advise and provide support to the General Council on a wide variety of corporate matters including, the annual meeting of stockholders, corporate policies, and investor outreach.
  • Review and advise on press releases, the corporate website, investor presentations, CSR matters and other external communications.
  • Oversee and advise on Section 16 filings, administration of 10b5-1 plans and insider trading.
  • Provide support on M&A transactions, including debt offerings, credit agreements and the like.
  • Analyze and deliver legal advice on equity plans, severance plans and other benefit offerings
  • Assist with coverage of general corporate and legal matters, as needed.
  • Demonstrate willingness and ability to work with and coordinate activities across many individuals across various departments globally.
  • Appropriately manage a heavy workflow, set appropriate priorities with clients and deliver results efficiently.
  • Advance a positive spirit of partnership and collaboration with internal clients and legal colleagues.

Associate General Counsel | Aten Technology
Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Participate in the definition and development of corporate policies, procedures and programs and provide continuing counsel and guidance on legal matters and on legal implications of all matters.
  • Serve as key lawyer/legal advisor on all major business transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures and joint ventures.
  • Judge the merits of major court cases filed against or on behalf of the company, work with the appropriate executive(s) to define a strategic defense and approve settlements of disputes where warranted.
  • Assume ultimate responsibility for ensuring that ATEN conducts its business in compliance with applicable SEC, et. al. laws and regulations.
  • Structure and manage the company’s internal legal function and staff.
  • Selection, retention, management and evaluation of all outside counsel.
  • Advice on legal aspects of the company’s financing. Including assessing and advising on current and future business structures and legal entities.
  • Responsible for all aspects of operational contracts including management of contract development, contractual negotiations, contract maintenance, and proactive involvement in review of contract status for projects as assigned
  • Ensures contracts are written and executed in accordance to the Company's standard procedures, making sure the Company’s exposure is minimal and the intellectual property of the Company is protected,
  • Negotiates terms to meet company requirements, (regulatory compliance, reporting, timeline, budget etc)
  • Advises on intellectual property and technology-related legal issues.
  • Manages all intellectual property aspects of diverse corporate transactions including trademarks and patents
  • Reviews the operations of the organization, identifies potential threats to the organization and the likelihood of their occurrence, and takes appropriate actions to address the most likely threats.
  • Responsible for review and management of organizational records to maintain legal record retention and safekeeping requirements.
  • Provides assistance to CEO office in the interpretation of regulations, guidelines, and requirements

Workers Compensation Staff Legal Attorney III | Zurich Insurance
This position may work out of one of the following North American offices: Irvine, CA, with limited direction, represents the Company´s insureds in all phases of litigation for matters of moderate to high technical complexity. Engages in the practice of law and the representation of Zurich insureds in litigation to protect their interests in litigation.

Job Accountabilities:

  • Responsible for managing and sourcing Claims vendors within the agreed authority levels. Works closely with the procurement function, is responsible for the due diligence process and negotiating new contracts.
  • Responsible for the development of vendor agreements for the larger/more complex vendors and supporting the associated negotiations.
  • Ensures quality and delivery of service level agreements by auditing and tracking vendors within area of responsibility.
  • Tracks and reports metrics to ensure performance against the agreed service levels. Manages Claims vendor performance issues in area of responsibility.
  • Participates in vendor performance reviews within area of responsibility / defined vendors and meetings with new and/or potential vendors. Drives continuous improvement in customer experience and cost savings.
  • Seeks out opportunities to eliminate redundancies and leakage in the Claims organization.
  • Adheres to the Global Claims Policy in the development and management of vendor agreements.
  • Monitors competitor activity to help ensure we maintain a competitive advantage and manage our vendors in line with industry standards and best practices.

Corporate Counsel (remote, hybrid) | MBK Real Estate
This position reports to the General Counsel and provides legal support for the daily operations of our business, including senior living, multifamily apartments, industrial properties and general corporate matters. The Corporate Counsel will support the wide variety of legal needs that arise, including litigation management, internal reporting and regulatory compliance. This position will also be responsible for reviewing, negotiating, and drafting day-to-day contracts, as well as managing insurance claims and other risk management. The ability to provide legal advice and counseling to internal clients, balance legal and business risk, and demonstrate sound judgment is essential.

Responsibilities:

  • Draft, review, negotiate, and advise business teams (operations, real estate acquisitions, project management/development, construction, marketing) with respect to a wide range of commercial agreements, including complex services contracts, vendor agreements/renewals, construction contracts, staffing arrangements, non-disclosure/confidentiality agreements, HIPAA documentation/business associate agreements, insurance provisions and other commercial agreements.
  • Prepare and review letters of intent and term sheets for various transactions; Prepare legal summaries and abstracts; Analyze, assess, and advise on legal topics and contract interpretation.
  • Communicate complex topics by creating understandable legal training, guides, and support for colleagues on topics such as HIPAA, CCPA/CPRA, anti-kickback, antitrust.
  • Assist on all major business transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures, and financing/re-financing matters; Work closely with various departments, including acquisitions, operations, marketing, and IT.

Counsel, Litigation & Employment | Chipotle
Investigates, manages, and provides strategic guidance and decision making on single plaintiff employment liability claims and litigation, working closely with Chipotle's outside counsel, to reduce risk and liability. Investigates and responds to EEOC claims, attorney demand letters, and single plaintiff litigated claims. Provides advice and counsel to internal partners on employment related issues.

In addition to following Chipotle’s policies and procedures, principal responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Analyzing, investigating, and drafting responses to pre-litigation employment matters including, but not limited to, agency charges, attorney demand letters, government agency responses, and employment lawsuits.
  • Attending mediations and wage conferences and making appearances acting as a strategic and zealous corporate representative.
  • Providing advice and counsel on a wide range of employment issues, including, but not limited to, wage and hour issues, reasonable accommodations and leaves of absence, employee discipline, and implementation of Company policies and practices in response to new and existing laws.
  • Assist legal team with various other projects, including trainings, policy revisions, and state agency audits.

VP, Associate General Counsel | Impac Mortgage Holdings Inc.
The VP, Associate General Counsel will be a licensed attorney, specializing in corporate transactional work, regulatory and compliance management, and board relations. Areas of core competency should also include structured finance, merger and acquisition assistance, general contract management, litigation and outside counsel management, labor and employment law, tax planning, and mortgage lending rules and regulations.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Understand and manage the cadence of the business reporting cycles, filing requirements, and general reporting deadlines for a publicly traded company
  • Review, draft, and revise various contracts and legal documents including but not limited to general transactional agreements, vendor agreements, lease and real estate agreements, corporate formation and governance documents, employment agreements, insurance documents, financial agreements, secondary markets and counterparty documents
  • Lead due diligence reviews of various financial counterparties and drive M&A transactions and/or strategic investments from term sheet to integration
  • Provide timely and proactive updates on open legal matters to the board and executive management team
  • Maintain strong working knowledge of company regulators and applicable laws and regulations impacting all areas of company operations
  • Provide oversight of the company’s Enterprise Risk Management program including Compliance monitoring and oversight as part of the Compliance Management System
  • Conduct research and provide legal analysis around proposed laws and regulations as well as ongoing compliance requirements
  • Enforce strong change management protocols within the legal department to ensure collaboration, effective notice, and training opportunities are well coordinated for any legal or regulatory changes
  • Provide guidance and act as a business partner and corporate officer to the executive management team and board of directors with a proactive, risk-focused, and transparent communication style
  • Own key negotiations and strategic transactions across diverse subject matter
  • Advise the organization about legislative and regulatory developments that may affect Impac Mortgage Holdings or its industry, and participate in advocacy regarding legislation relevant to the Company

Senior Counsel | Linksys USA, Inc.
Linksys USA, Inc. is seeking a highly motivated, experienced and licensed attorney to join the Linksys legal team. This individual will have significant and wide-ranging responsibilities and opportunities for career advancement. The individual will primarily be responsible for drafting and negotiating all types of technology licensing and commercial contracts and providing legal advice to the company, with significant exposure to all functional areas. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a well-established and dynamic company and be part of a well-respected, exciting and growing group.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Responsible for strategizing, managing, directing and providing comprehensive, analytical and responsive legal expertise to company personnel worldwide.
  • Draft and negotiate all types of commercial and licensing agreements, including vendor, customer and supplier agreements, software licensing, consumer agreements and non-disclosure agreements.
  • Assist with responding to subpoenas, overseeing litigation and dispute resolution and review and advise on patent and trademark matters.
  • Supervise and coordinate work of outside attorneys and consult with them on sensitive legal issues, while keeping within the legal budget
  • Review of product packaging, website statements, press releases and advertising copy for compliance with law.
  • Develop and coordinate implementation of policies and procedures necessary to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal laws.
  • Continuously review and approve standard form agreements and legal processes.
  • Requires basic knowledge of adjacent subject areas such as antitrust, data privacy and security, export controls, open source, etc., plus willingness and ability to learn and become company subject matter expert in those areas.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to sift through complicated issues and communicate only the important aspects in a clear and concise manner at all levels within the organization and across geographic lines.

Senior Corporate Counsel - Securities | Viant Securities LLC
Reporting to the Chief Legal Officer, you will be joining a growing legal team as a leader and you will work on unique issues in a vibrant, fast-paced environment. As a talented, self-motivated, and experienced legal professional that is excited by taking on complex legal projects, you will be able to exercise sound, independent legal judgment in fast-paced, high-stakes circumstances, and must have a proven ability to translate complex legal issues into practical solutions for the company.

Viant is seeking a new member of our team to serve as Securities Counsel with strong experience in (1) drafting and reviewing regulatory documents required for filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”), (2) managing corporate governance and updating and drafting policies and procedures for compliance with NASDAQ and SEC regulations and requirements, and (3) reviewing corporate communications including communications with investors, disclosures, press releases, marketing materials, and investor presentations. The role will also involve working on general corporate matters on the legal team.

What You'll Do:

  • You are a creative thinker and an effective writer who is willing to learn, understand and advocate passionately for our business
  • You will work with smart, dedicated professionals who are building a world-changing business and will value your legal guidance and input
  • You will have the opportunity to grow and stretch your skills as our business grows
  • Your primary responsibility will be to ensure our compliance with applicable securities laws and stock exchange regulations, prepare and review SEC filings including registration statements and Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K, and review and advise on internal and external corporate communications
  • You will lead and/or assist with general corporate matters in the legal department, including potential acquisitions/M&A, financing, investment and other partnering projects
  • You will conduct legal support and analysis in our responses to RFPs

Senior Counsel, Intellectual Property | Rivian
The successful candidate will be part of the intellectual property team helping to protect company innovations and intellectual property while managing intellectual property disputes. Responsibilities will include the following (other duties/activities may be assigned as needed):

  • Formulate global IP strategies, including patent prosecution, monetization and transactions
  • Draft, negotiate and advise on licensing, SaaS, non-disclosure, consortium, strategic partnership and other IP agreements
  • Advise on open-source software licensing and compliance and develop strategy
  • Provide legal counsel to ensure developed technology is compliant with applicable laws/regulations and best practices pertaining to cybersecurity, data management and privacy
  • Work collaboratively with cross-functional teams to identify trade secrets and deploy protective measures
  • Assist on a wide range of projects/issues including IP risk assessment, freedom to practice, and due diligence
  • Conduct intellectual property training with focus on IP risk mitigation and patent and trade secret protection

Corporate Counsel | Kioxia America Inc.

Kioxia America Inc. is seeking a corporate attorney with experience representing companies on a variety of matters. Reporting directly to the VP and Assistant General Counsel, this attorney will assist with and/or manage a broad spectrum of corporate and transactional legal work, supporting the sales, marketing, and planning teams, including interacting directly with relevant groups in our parent company in Japan.
 
Responsibilities
  • Draft, review, negotiate and interpret a wide range of commercial agreements in support of various company departments, including confidentiality agreements, vendor/supplier contracts, consulting agreements, master service agreements, manufacturing agreements, and licensing agreements.
  • Provide advice and counsel on corporate law and general corporate governance matters.
  • Support regulatory compliance and corporate governance.
  • Respond promptly to requests from internal clients, and summarize and communicate legal risks in a way that business people can understand that pragmatically balances risk with the Company’s business objectives.
  • Keep informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the Company, and assisting with the development of policies and training as needed.
  • Develop a deep understanding of the company’s products, services and business model.

Corporate Counsel | Clark Construction Group
Clark seeks an experienced transactional attorney to play a critical role in negotiating and advising on contracts across Clark’s infrastructure projects. Reporting directly to one of the Senior Vice Presidents who jointly lead Clark’s Legal Department, the successful candidate will serve as an integrated, strategic partner to leaders across the business.

Responsibilities:

  • Support negotiation efforts to achieve contract terms consistent with Clark’s corporate standards on construction contracts with owners/developers, JV and teaming agreements, design agreements, subcontracts, and various other agreements.
  • Analyze, review and draft contracts, discussing issues and priorities with the business teams and corporate leadership at various stages of each project, from the early RFQ/RFI stage through bidding, contract negotiation, and the life of the project.
  • Supervise and work with outside counsel where appropriate on particular matters.
  • To the extent interested, work across Clark’s Legal Department to gain exposure to Clark’s dispute resolution strategies, government investigation response, licensing issues, and related work.
  • Provide training within the organization on a variety of legal topics, with a focus on commercial contract matters.

Senior Brand Counsel, Commercial Legal (Medical Therapeutics) | Abbvie Inc.
The Senior Brand Counsel, Commercial Legal position is responsible for providing legal, regulatory and healthcare compliance counsel for our Botox Therapeutics and Eye Care Franchises. This position will oversee the Botox Therapeutics and Eye Care franchises and provide substantive advice to cross-functional departments including Commercial, Medical Affairs, and Regulatory Affairs. This position provides counsel concerning a broad range of legal, regulatory and compliance issues, including FDA regulations, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidance, the PhRMA Code and competition law in connection with product labeling, promotional and non-promotional activities, marketing strategies, sales compensation, government reimbursement, and interactions with healthcare professionals. The Senior Counsel will have responsibility for managing attorneys.

You Are More than Just a Title, You Are

  • A strategic thinker: align and excite internal stakeholders to facilitate success through strong leadership, strategic thinking and personal drive.
  • First class team player: collaborate across multiple disciplines to ensure compliance and ability to influence cross-functional teams and senior leadership.

Legal Counsel - Government Contracts | Anduril
Anduril’s Legal Team seeks a Legal Counsel-Government Contracts with a focus on the full spectrum of United States government contracts issues. This includes everything from providing legal oversight to proposals and procurement, giving legal guidance to existing business areas, to crafting legal and business strategies. The Legal Team partners closely with customers, outside counsel, and business partners across the organization to support business development and day-to-day legal operations.

Anduril is a fast-growing company at the early stages of growth. Consistent with this fast growth, members of Anduril’s Legal Team must be resourceful, creative, and eager to take ownership of complex matters. The Legal Counsel-Government Contracts role will require creativity and resourcefulness to navigate the US Government’s complex procurement and compliance rules, with a singular focus on helping Anduril deploy its path-making technology into operational settings for the United States and its allies. In addition to helping capture and execute new government deals, you will work on all other aspects of Anduril’s business, from negotiating license and services agreements, to bid protests and litigation, to handling intellectual property, compliance, and employment matters. Experience across all of these areas is not expected, but a willingness to learn and adapt is. The Legal Counsel-Government Contracts will be expected to take responsibility for significant, material projects, which will have a significant impact on the company’s business. Our team is passionate about the law and policy of defense technology and you should have an independent interest in the key issues in this field. Anduril fosters a diverse, collaborative, culture with tremendous opportunities for ownership and professional growth.


Corporate Counsel | Smile Brands
This vital role will provide legal support to the business with a strong emphasis on negotiating strategic vendor/supplier contracts, provider agreements, as well as providing legal advice and counseling to internal clients. The Corporate Counsel will also be responsible for assisting the Associate General Counsel with corporate governance and mergers and acquisitions. This position will report to the Associate General Counsel.

Responsibilities:

  • The responsibilities listed below are representative, but not limited to the knowledge and skills required:
  • Draft, negotiate, manage and advise business teams (purchasing, marketing, RCM, IT, payor contracting, business development, real estate) with respect to complex services contracts, including vendor agreements/ renewals, work orders, outsourcing arrangements, non-disclosure agreements, provider agreements, Business Associate Agreements, insurance contracts and other commercial agreements
  • Research and advice on applicable Federal and State laws and regulations, including Anti-Kickback and Stark
  • Provide legal support to the Company’s non-profit charitable foundation
  • Assist on all major business transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, partnerships, or financing/re-financing matters.
  • Develop relationships with various business units and functional departments and develop understanding of their strategies and objections to better serve their needs

Senior Counsel | Broadcom
We are searching for a Senior Counsel within the Litigation and Employment Law Group. This person will report to the Associate General Counsel, Employment Law. The ideal candidate is hardworking, collaborative, and experienced in all aspects of employment law and HR-related claims and related internal investigations. Experience in dealing with international employment claims, governmental employment agencies (EEOC, DFEH, OSHA, OFCCP, and California DLSE), and commercial litigation preferred. This is an exciting opportunity to join the legal team at a public company with more than 20,000 employees worldwide and gain exposure to a wide range of business and legal issues in a dynamic, fast-paced and collegial environment.

Competitive compensation package including base salary, bonus eligibility, and equity.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage global employment litigation docket, including individual claims, class actions, and international matters. Investigate and respond to demand letters and agency charges, and supervise outside counsel on court actions and arbitrations
  • Handle third-party subpoenas
  • Advise on (and in some cases, conduct) internal investigations
  • Manage and/or assist with commercial litigation matters
  • Advise HR team on Affirmative Action plans and OFCCP audits, as well as other diversity and EEO initiatives
  • Advise on reductions in force, employee relations matters, and day-to-day HR issues
  • Draft or review employee agreements (severance agreements, offer letters, confidentiality agreements, retention agreements, arbitration agreements)
  • Advise U.S. employee benefits team

Senior Director, Legal | Activision Blizzard

Blizzard Entertainment is looking for an experienced and motivated lawyer to join our in-house legal team as a close, trusted business partner, providing advice on a wide variety of legal issues.
 
What You’ll Do:
  • Assess and advise on legal issues and risks for Blizzard’s production, marketing, PR, publishing, and other teams across the business, including Battle.net, World of Warcraft and Diablo
  • Support Blizzard’s platform operations, including by supervising distribution, ecommerce, and regulatory issues
  • Negotiate a wide variety of commercial agreements, including content development, distribution, e-commerce, talent, and product integration agreements
  • Manage and act as point of escalation for team of product counsel and legal clearance professionals
  • Respond promptly to a wide range of requests from across the business and legal teams
  • Collaborate with international and cross-functional legal colleagues to provide global guidance on diverse legal issues

Associate General Counsel, Litigation | Rivian
This is what you'll do:

  • Direct the defense of Warranty and Product Liability litigation and prelitigation matters throughout the U.S. and Canada.
  • Evaluate, engage, and oversee outside counsel in Warranty and Product Liability litigation.
  • Work with outside counsel to manage litigation matters to budget.
  • Evaluate claims and make recommendations on claim/case direction to colleagues from Quality, Engineering, Service, Accounting, Sales & Marketing, and other business units.
  • Represent Rivian at various events, including trials, mediations, depositions, and court or ADR conferences.
  • Attend vehicle inspections, as needed.
  • Communicate with Product Defense Team and business stakeholders regarding Warranty and Product Liability litigation risks and status of ongoing matters.
  • Provide training and education to Rivian internal teams (particularly Service, Quality, and Engineering groups) regarding Warranty and Product Liability risks.
  • Attend business unit meetings and participate in certain committees for awareness and advice pertaining to Warranty and Product Liability matters.
  • Assist with subpoena responses, especially those related to Warranty and Product Liability issues.

General Counsel | Allrise Capital
Allrise Capital is a multi-strategy investment firm with a direct investment mandate covering real estate, venture capital and special situations opportunities in the US and select emerging markets. As such, team members play broad and evolving roles in a fast-paced environment.

Role and Responsibilities:

  • This position will report to the CEO and oversee all legal and compliance aspects of the firm, including:
  • Staying abreast of applicable laws, regulations, guidance, and best practices, and advising management and business units on strategic and day-to-day issues.
  • Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating agreements in a variety of commercial transactions and business deals, including venture capital investments, joint ventures, and private equity funds.
  • Managing due diligence processes for business and investment opportunities.
  • Managing and refining the firm’s compliance program.
  • Managing and refining the firm’s third party risk management program.
  • General corporate matters and governance.
  • Litigation management.
  • Advising on employment matters.
  • Liaising with various outside counsel.

Director, Corporate Counsel | Visus Therapeutics Inc.
The Director, Corporate Counsel will work closely with partners across the company, overseeing and providing support for day-to-day legal questions and contract needs, especially complex commercial transactions and SEC filings. This position will also be involved in preparation of materials for Board Committees. Reporting to the Vice President, Legal and IP, this will be a high-profile, high-growth position in a small legal department with significant exposure to all levels of a growing startup.
This position can be based in either our Seattle or Irvine office. We are open to remote candidates but preference will be given to those willing to work in either our Seattle or Irvine office.

Job Duties:

  • Independently provide strategic legal and business advice and effective solutions for risk management to support various functional areas, including, business development, research & development, clinical, regulatory, compliance, project management, marketing, finance, and operations.
  • Lead the drafting, review, interpretation, negotiation, and execution of contracts with third parties to support the company's business needs, including, but not limited to confidentiality, services, consulting, licensing, clinical trial, manufacturing, vendor, real estate, and IT agreements.
  • Advise business on the need for more complex contracts such as licensing agreements, collaboration agreements, and material transfer agreements, and partner with business to negotiate and implement such agreements.
  • Provide due diligence and support in connection with business development transactions, including follow-on financings and collaboration, licensing, and acquisition transactions.
  • Oversee company’s contracting workflow and contracts management system, including creating, revising, and updating company’s contract templates, clause library, and contracts workstream, as needed.

Counsel, Transactions | AbbVie
The Counsel, Transactions, will be an integral part of a team of attorneys advising AbbVie’s Business Development and Acquisitions and Ventures teams, along with other key corporate functions. Among other responsibilities, the attorney will draft and negotiate key transaction agreements, including mergers, acquisitions, licenses and collaborations, options to license and acquire, and venture investment documentation, provide clear legal advice on these matters, and anticipate and address issues promptly with a cross-functional client base.

Responsibilities:

  • The Counsel, Transactions, will be responsible for identifying and resolving highly complex legal issues and drafting and negotiating highly complex corporate transactions. The attorney should:
  • Have extensive experience with managing M&A and collaboration/joint-venture transactions; experience with pharmaceutical licensing and collaboration transactions and venture investments and/or equity transactions is strongly preferred.
  • Keep abreast of changes in laws that affect pharmaceutical licensing, M&A, and ventures transactions, including antitrust/competition, and other corporate and IP matters.
  • Be capable of regularly negotiating highly individualized and sophisticated agreements independently with third parties on matters of strategic importance that affect a substantial portion of AbbVie’s business or are areas of significant importance to management.
  • Be capable of regularly engaging in due diligence and independently interpreting complex existing agreements and advising on complex situations that may arise related to transactions.
  • Select and direct the work of outside counsel, including defining project objectives and managing projects.
  • Maintain and assure compliance with applicable corporate and divisional policies and procedures.

Associate Legal Counsel - Contracts | Kia America
The Counsel’s primary focus will be managing the review of, drafting, revising and providing legal advice of Kia America's (KUS) contracts. Other responsibilities will include supporting KMA’s legal department with all other areas as needed. The position will interact with and advise team members at all levels of the Company, including top executives. As an integral part of the team, the Counsel will proactively assess legal risks and advise on decisions that will provide years of benefit to the overall organization

Major Responsibilities:

  • 1st Contracts Review
  • Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of contracts of all types, including vendor, sponsorship, consulting, marketing, licensing, technology, privacy, cybersecurity, facility/building leases and other agreements. Draft and update model standard templates and clauses. Develop contract review processes to enhance efficiencies. Responsible for providing legal counsel and guidance to all levels of the Company, including executive management. Prepare training materials for internal clients on contract principles, negotiation strategy, and general procedures. Works with finance, procurement and business clients to manage/supervise contract approval process.
  • 2nd Supporting the Legal Department
  • Provide support as necessary to other functions of the Legal Department, such as privacy/cybersecurity, policies and procedures, document retention, claims, litigation, compliance, and special projects, as assigned by management in the Legal Dept, including the General Counsel and Associate General Counsel.

Associate Corporate Counsel | Masimo
The Associate Corporate Counsel is responsible for providing appropriate and responsive legal support to the Company on a variety of legal matters, particularly in drafting, reviewing, and negotiating a broad range of contracts, domestic and international. This position must have a general business orientation and focus on problem solving, while upholding the Company’s strong ethics, culture, and principles of integrity.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Draft, review, edit and negotiate all types of commercial agreements;
  • Coordinate with and seek feedback and input from subject matter experts across Masimo to complete contract reviews and approvals;
  • Provide responsive and effective legal support to all of Masimo’s departments as needed, including sales, marketing, supply chain, and clinical research departments;
  • Identify legal risks and recommend and implement risk mitigation strategies;
  • Interpret and advise on law and Masimo policies;
  • Ensure compliance with U.S. and international laws and regulations and Masimo policies and procedures;
  • Support business initiatives and special projects, as assigned, including in areas of employment, intellectual property and compliance.

Director Privacy Counsel | Alteryx, Inc.
This Senior Counsel role will support the company’s privacy program goals and compliance obligations, specifically with respect to global marketing and lead generation. The role will be responsible for understanding and advising on various global privacy regulations and reviewing marketing and demand generation service agreements and related DPAs, event agreements and templates, commercial email campaigns and surveys, development and review of contest rules and collateral, and sponsorship and partner agreements pertaining to collection, use, and sharing of personal data in accordance with regulatory and contractual requirements.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Build strong cross-functional relationships that support and enable marketing, customer engagement, and product support teams to achieve successful business outcomes.
  • Review and negotiate various types of contracts, including marketing and event service agreements, DPAs and security addenda, and relevant SaaS agreements.
  • Prepare and/or review program terms and collateral for contests and surveys.
  • Develop and maintain appropriate templates and guidelines for emails (commercial and transactional), data sharing arrangements, media releases, and guidelines for outreach by marketing, support, and sales ops teams.
  • Assist Privacy program with implementing and applying marketing opt-outs and contact preferences, data subject access requests pertaining to data held by marketing and do-not-sell requests under the CCPA.
  • Provide timely and pragmatic legal advice to business leaders, including proactively identifying recurring issues and developing recommendations pertaining to adtech and martech, lead generation, use of cookies and tracking technologies, and compliance with marketing-related regulations.
  • Stay informed of applicable laws, regulations and industry guidance that may impact marketing and marketing uses of personal data, including through changes to data privacy laws.

Director, Regulatory Counsel | Edwards Lifesciences
The Director, Regulatory Counsel, reports to the Vice President Associate General Counsel, Global Regulatory Practice Group & General Counsel of Transcatheter Heart Valve (THV) business and is accountable for advising and collaborating with the global THV business on a broad range of legal regulatory-related activities. As a dedicated strategic legal partner, this person interacts with transcatheter heart valve senior leadership and other stakeholders from various cross-functional teams and has responsibility on a broad range of THV-related activities and development programs. Ideal candidates have strong leadership skills and extensive experience providing legal regulatory -related legal support and in advising and inspiring business stakeholders in all levels of an organization, as well as the ability to lead and/or play a significant role in special projects and on cross-functional teams dealing with complicated legal issues. The type of strategic counseling required at this level requires an appreciation of the immediate and long-term impact that legal decisions may have on the overall global THV business.

Key Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide specialized legal counsel and strategic advice on a wide range of healthcare regulatory and compliance issues to support the Transcatheter Heart Valve business.
  • Advise on legal issues throughout the medical device lifecycle related to regulatory strategy, clinical research, premarket clearance and approval, market access and reimbursement, product launches, commercialization, advertising and promotion, social media, post-market surveillance, and quality system compliance.
  • Utilize strong business acumen and legal expertise to proactively identify, analyze, and navigate potential legal and compliance issues and risk within areas of responsibility and formulate and communicate compliant and practical solutions that meet business objectives;
  • In coordination with other legal partners, review, interpret, and negotiate, and various program-related agreements, strategic agreements, and marketing agreements with strategic partners;
  • Create and deliver effective training and other presentations to stakeholders and other members of the department on legal regulatory topics and other relevant subjects;

Patent Counsel | Edwards Lifesciences
The Manager, Patent Counsel, will be a trusted business partner and guardian of Edwards' assets and reputation while advancing solutions for the benefit of all stakeholders.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide legal guidance to the company regarding its intellectual property and other matters, including by managing a portfolio of intellectual property in one or more key areas, researching invention disclosures, drafting or supervising the drafting of patent applications, prosecuting applications and managing prosecution throughout the world, assessing freedom to operate and advising appropriate courses of action, monitoring competitive threats, and working closely with the company's engineers to understand the company's innovation and further its strategic intellectual property objectives
  • Other incidental duties

Counsel, Product | Rivian
Rivian is on a mission to keep the world adventurous forever. This goes for the emissions-free Electric Adventure Vehicles we build, and the curious, courageous souls we seek to attract. As a company, we constantly challenge what’s possible, never simply accepting what has always been done. We reframe old problems, seek new solutions and operate comfortably in areas that are unknown. Our backgrounds are diverse, but our team shares a love of the outdoors and a desire to protect it for future generations.

This is What You'll Do:

  • Develop trusted relationships with business leaders at Rivian responsible for global commercial sales and marketing of Rivian vehicles, service and dealership operations, charging and energy products, and other services to analyze the impact of legal, compliance, counterparty and other risks in contractual agreements, terms and conditions, disclosures, process flows, and the customer experience journey.
  • Provide global legal support for Rivian service operations, fleet sales, and charging and energy storage products and services.
  • Draft, review, negotiate, and interpret a variety of commercial agreements, with a focus on strategic partnerships and third party services required to support aligned business areas.
  • Work closely with internal clients and senior members of the legal team on fraud prevention, payments compliance, privacy and data security.
  • Support proactive development of legal and regulatory resources to support Rivian's growing commercial footprint, including development of training materials, knowledge repositories, policies, processes, and guidelines.
  • Provide accurate and timely advice to internal clients on range of commercial matters arising from various transactions and projects.
  • Provide support for litigation, dispute resolution, and other matters as they arise.


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