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    Greater San Diego Area

    Senior Counsel, Medication Management Solutions | Becton, Dickinson and Company*
    The successful candidate will be a core member of BD’s legal team helping drive the Company’s mission, protecting the Company, and serving as a trusted advisor, business partner, and strategic leader within the legal department and the Company. They will provide tactical support and will serve as a strategic legal partner to BD’s MMS Business Unit. Must possess strong knowledge of corporate and commercial/transactional law and demonstrated expertise in drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements and advising and counseling clients on a range of business transactions, and in the development of new products and innovations in multiple areas of law focused on the medical device industry.

    The successful candidate will be a “hands-on” attorney who is able to operate autonomously, yet effectively collaborate across a matrixed organization. This position has direct client contact at the business unit leadership level and the corporate leadership level. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to make an immediate contribution to BD’s continuing growth and success. The person sought for this role will be a proven, high potential candidate with strong intellectual and technical skills who is capable of working in a fast-paced environment.


    Associate Director, Commercial Counsel | Crown Bioscience*
    Responsibility:

    • Drafting and Reviewing legal agreements
    • MSA, MTA, quotes and NDAs for CRO services;
    • collaboration agreements with academic or for-profit collaborates;
    • in-licensing or out-licensing agreements; and
    • other agreements relating to Company's daily operation, such as lease, vendor agreement, etc.
    • Attending conference calls for negotiation with clients regarding various contracts.
    • Communicating with sales & operation team regarding potential legal risk.
    • Helping the Legal Counsel with trainings for members of the legal, operation and sales team.

    Corporate Counsel, Commercial | Solar Turbines*
    Caterpillar is seeking an experienced commercial contracts attorney to support its Solar Turbines Division. The Corporate Counsel will deliver comprehensive legal support for commercial transactions, including complex contracts for the sale of the company's goods and services, the purchase of goods and services and other related commercial matters, on a global basis. The incumbent will be expected to draft, review, negotiate and provide general commercial legal advice with respect to a variety of contracts in support of the company's business objectives while also managing risk and ensuring compliance in accordance with company policies and procedures and applicable laws and regulations.

    The successful candidate will report to the Associate General Counsel responsible for the company's Customer Services and Global Supply Chain Business Units, and will engage and collaborate with various functional personnel and subject matter experts throughout the company's global operations - including sales, application engineering, project management, field service, supply chain, engineering, marketing, tax, finance, HSSE, legal, and others as may be appropriate to ensure the provision of responsive and high-quality legal support for the company's commercial dealings on a global basis.

    The incumbent will effectively negotiate or otherwise communicate directly with customers, suppliers, and other external parties to reach mutual agreement or otherwise resolve issues in a manner consistent with the company's policies and interests. The role may also involve participation in process-improvement initiatives, delivery of legal-related training to company colleagues, research of legal issues, management of outside counsel, and other activities as determined and directed by supervisory staff. The incumbent is not required to track or bill time spent on various matters but will be responsible for creating and managing matters and properly retaining/filing documents utilizing the Legal Department's designated matter management and document management systems and related policies and procedures.


    Senior Corporate Counsel - Regulatory & Compliance | Aya Healthcare*
    The Corporate Counsel will provide legal expertise in matters relating to the operation of Aya Healthcare with a focus on handling a wide range of compliance and regulatory matters.

    Responsibilities:

    • Advise on provider compliance requirements in a healthcare setting including, with respect to state and national board guidelines.
    • Provide counsel regarding federal and state laws relating to healthcare compliance and regulatory matters, including, but not limited to, HIPAA, Joint Commission standards, state licensing and regulatory matters.
    • Coordinate with internal parties as it relates to legal issues, including assisting with compliance investigations and audits as needed.
    • Monitor new developments and emerging issues in various laws, assess related legal risks, and advise various business departments on these developments.
    • Provide timely, business-focused advice to various departments.

    Counsel, Corporate & Business Development | Bristol Myers Squibb*
    Bristol Myers Squibb is looking for an experienced life sciences transactional attorney who can be successful within our fast-paced, adaptive and focused culture.
    This position will be primarily responsible for providing legal advice, guidance and support for Corporate Development (i.e., mergers and acquisitions) and Business Development (i.e., licensing and collaborations) transactions.

    Responsibilities:

    • Lead drafting and negotiations, structuring and counseling on transactions (including mergers and acquisitions, strategic equity investments, strategic divestitures, global licenses, collaborations and partnerships and other transactions). Identify and resolve critical legal issues and identify and help resolve critical business issues arising from transactions. Oversee and manage the legal due diligence process.
    • Partner with Corporate Development and Business Development clients to ensure strategic alignment in all transactions, escalating matters as appropriate with the judgment to understand when escalation is necessary.
    • Manage business relationships and counsel business clients across a broad sphere of influence, internally and externally, on transaction and strategic issues pertaining to strategic alliance partnerships and collaborations.
    • Contribute to highly collaborative culture with effective relationships with peers in the legal department as well as other key functions.
    • As appropriate, manage and organize antitrust approvals and negotiations with antitrust authorities and regulators.

    Senior Corporate Counsel | TuSimple*
    TuSimple's Senior Corporate Counsel is a well-versed thought-partner, who actively engages in robust discussions of complex business issues and provides creative solutions which factor in the long-term business and shareholder value impact, particularly as it relates to Corporate Governance. This position requires SEC filings experience - assisting with filings at a minimum. Focus on preparation of 8K, 10-K, 10-Qs, and Proxy Statement. Experience working for a publicly traded company preferred but not required.

    Role Responsibilities:

    • Creation of company policies and corporate governance programs. Advises on pertinent corporate requirements and best practices.
    • Preparation for board meetings, Liaising with board of directors, Compliance with SEC filings.
    • Builds and delivers training materials for business leaders on Corporate Governance principles and general procedures.
    • Supports the preparation of periodic reports, proxy statements, and other SEC filings. Reviews external communications, including press releases, investor presentations, and other shareholder engagement activities.
    • Develops, implements, and refines legal processes, including contract review processes, with a primary view of corporate Governance needs and a focus on efficiency and scalability while mitigating risk. Drafts and updates standard templates and clauses.
    • Constructs and maintains templates; modify existing agreements, as necessary.
    • Reviews and evaluates potential investments, including M&A. Conducts due diligence, structures transactions, drafts, reviews, and negotiates M&A agreements, and assists with post-closing integration.

    Attorney | Illumina
    As a member of the Illumina multi-disciplinary Legal team, the attorney will represent the company in a broad range of transactional matters having commercial and intellectual property components.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Work closely with the corporate development, business unit, and patent teams to implement the company’s commercial and intellectual property decisions in written agreements
    • Draft, interpret, analyze, and negotiate a variety of complex domestic and international commercial and intellectual property agreements including license (including software license), sales, strategic partnership, collaboration, research, marketing, development, settlement, supply, material transfer, nondisclosure, and consulting agreements
    • Develop template agreements and terms of use
    • Counsel Illumina personnel located in the US and abroad on wide ranging legal issues arising in connection with the development, supply and commercialization of Illumina products and components used in Illumina products
    • Address issues that arise in connection with Illumina technology transfer relationships.

    Assistant General Counsel - Tribal Legal | Sycuan
    Serves as Assistant or Deputy legal representative to the Sycuan General Counsel, and as an advisor to the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation

    Job Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Provides timely and efficient legal services as directed by the General Counsel to officers, directors, employees, Tribal government, and Tribal business enterprises, including subordinate Tribal entities
    • Researches legal issues and provides legal analysis pertaining to Tribal Government policies, codes, ordinances, positions and actions in which legal considerations are necessary and advises the Tribal Council accordingly
    • Enhance and protect the Tribe's sovereignty, jurisdiction and authority
    • Provides legal consultation and guidance to officers, directors, management and staff on a wide range of issues including real property, tort, contract gaming, child welfare, land use, taxation, code drafting, tribal court development, environmental, intellectual property, employment law and litigation, and laws designed to protect and preserve the Sycuan and Kumeyaay cultural heritage
    • Assists in developing approaches and strategies related to issues in which legislative factors play a role and presents plans to Tribal Council for approval
    • Prepares, reviews, and examines complex contracts, agreements, briefs, legal protests, dispute resolutions, resolutions, leases, deeds, ordinances and other documents (Tribal, state, federal)
    • Assist specialized outside counsel as needed
    • Provides legal consultation and guidance General Counsel and to Tribal Council
    • Represents the tribe and its representatives in judicial, legislative, executive, and administrative proceedings in federal, state, and tribal courts

    Senior Corporate Counsel - Commercial (hybrid) | Neurocrine Biiosciences
    Addresses a broad array of legal matters to support the Company’s Commercial, Corporate Affairs, and Medical Affairs functions. Works closely with other members of the Legal Department and their respective clients to address legal issues across several disciplines. Counsels clients and drafts and negotiates complex commercial arrangements. Advises and trains business clients on contract requirements.

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

    • Provides clear and business-savvy legal advice and risk guidance to business partners, key stakeholders related to the following:
    • Commercial activities including review of promotional materials, marketing strategies, salesforce initiatives, and market access issues
    • Multiple activities related to Commercial and compliance with specific legislation (e.g., Anti- Kickback Statute, False Claims Act, and the Food Drug and Cosmetic Act)
    • Drafts, negotiates, and advises clients on a broad range of legal and contractual matters to support the Company’s business, including but not limited to:
    • Distribution agreements, payor agreements, drug pricing matters.
    • May draft and manage template legal documents
    • Interacts closely with clients and third-party vendors to understand business requirements and ensure that contractual terms are consistent with the Company's priorities
    • Reviews legal data and advises organization on appropriate legal action to be taken
    • Coordinates legal matters handled by, and manages, outside counsel

    Lead Legal Counsel | Dexcom
    Our in-house legal team is growing and we are looking for a talented Lead Legal Counsel, reporting to the Senior Director, Legal – Global Operations (Procurement and Facilities) and Research & Development. In this role, you will support general contracting matters and a wide various of strategic projects.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Provide pragmatic, high-volume legal advice in the support of day-to-day commercial contracting, including the negotiation of non-disclosure agreements, development agreements, supply agreements, services agreements, consulting agreements, amendments, statements of work, schedules, exhibits, and consents.
    • Draft and negotiate complex agreements to support commercialization and technology integration with strategic partners, suppliers and customers.
    • Work cross-functionally to identify, analyze, and mitigate risks, while maximizing business opportunity.
    • Collaborate with internal stakeholders and legal department personnel to create proactive strategies to anticipate and mitigate risk.
    • Assist legal team with establishing or updating contracting process, creating, maintaining and updating legal templates.
    • Stay current with legal developments and best practices, and implement policies and procedures.

    Assistant Attorney General | Viejas
    The Assistant Attorney General will work in the Office of the Attorney General under the direct supervision of the Attorney General for the Viejas Band. The Assistant Attorney General will work with the Attorney General and Deputy Attorneys General to render legal services to the Viejas Band, including its government departments, enterprises, and elected officials. Competitive salary depending on experience and comprehensive benefits.

    Required Skills:

    • Self-starter capable of working both independently and in a team environment on matters involving the Viejas Band and its government departments and enterprises.
    • Strong written and oral communication skills, including the ability to advocate and persuade.
    • Accurate and thorough legal research skills.
    • Able to analyze and apply legal principles, facts, evidence and precedents to legal
    • Able to provide accurate, useful, and understandable legal advice on a wide range of issues.
    • Solid organizational skills.
    • Able to effectively manage multiple projects and meet deadlines.
    • Proficient general computer and software skills, including Microsoft Windows, Office, and Westlaw.
    • Strong interpersonal skills and able to develop and maintain supportive and effective working relationships with tribal government department and enterprise team members.
    • Steadfast observance of the highest legal ethical standards, particularly those that relate to the representation of governments.
    • Ready to work flexible hours (if needed) including evenings and weekends to meet project deadlines.

    Senior Counsel (hybrid) | Clearway Energy Group
    The Senior Counsel for Procurement, EPC, and O&M will provide advice and counsel to management and project teams as Clearway positions itself to capture emerging opportunities in Utility-Scale Wind, Solar and Battery Energy Storage segments of the energy industry. This position reports to the Deputy General Counsel, and will be a hybrid role in our Carlsbad, CA, Scottsdale, AZ, or San Francisco, CA office.

    Principal Responsibilities & Key Results

    • Provide legal counsel and advice to clients on matters relating to engineering, procurement, construction, operations and maintenance, including for financed projects
    • Represent the company in major transactions and negotiations
    • Draft and negotiate EPC Agreements, O&M Agreements, Turbine Supply Agreements, Module Supply Agreements, etc.
    • Provide counsel on legal issues identified by asset management, O&M and procurement teams in connection with operating projects
    • Supervise outside counsel as necessary
    • Assist other attorneys or the General Counsel on additional projects as necessary
    • Work closely with internal stakeholders, including development and project finance counsel, to facilitate continuous improvements to contracting processes and tools.

    Associate General Counsel (hybrid) | Vuori
    In this role, you will be a critical member of the legal team, helping build the legal infrastructure for this exciting company as it grows and scales. You will interface with business partners across the organization and help elevate the legal team's strategic partnership with the business, playing an important role in bringing the Vuori brand to life. In this position, you will provide support for a broad range of legal matters.

    Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Partnering with the General Counsel & Corporate Secretary to build Vuori's legal infrastructure and implement legal strategy
    • Broad range of other Corporate and Commercial matters, including drafting and negotiating agreements and matters involving Vuori's Operations and Supply Chain
    • Providing creative and practical legal and commercial advice and counsel to business clients on a wide array of business and contractual issues while coordinating with other Legal team members and stakeholders as necessary, building trusted advisor relationships and collaborating effectively across all levels of the organization
    • Provide sound dispute and risk management and, post-escalation, active oversight and management of litigation, if applicable
    • Creating and implementing tools and training for smooth processes, efficiency, consistency, learning and empowerment
    • Staying on top of, and advising on, legal and market developments, including changes in laws, regulations, and policies
    • Leading special projects and various workstreams as needed
    • Managing the successful delivery of services by outside counsel
    • Addressing questions and issues that arise from various internal and external stakeholders
    • Supporting the efforts to establish and evolve the legal function as Vuori grows and scales
    • Partnering with the General Counsel & Corporate Secretary on discrete Labor & Employment matters, in partnership with Vuori's People & Culture team

    Confidential Paralegal | County of San Diego
    Confidential Paralegals assist in discovery and trial preparation of tort, civil rights and law enforcement litigation and associated cases.  The ideal candidate will be an experienced paralegal who can function effectively in a busy legal office, work under a high degree of autonomy and independence, and demonstrate the ability to be a quick learner in performing a wide variety of paralegal duties. In addition, the ideal candidate will have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment with responsibility for an assigned case load and have experience in preparing for and participating in trials. Helpful skills include: knowledge of federal, state and local court rules; the ability to use Excel, discovery and case summaries; and the ability to propose case specific discovery strategies. Desirable traits for Confidential Paralegal include: communicates effectively, knowledge worker, customer focused, values and respects others, drives to excel, teamwork and collaboration, continuous learning, demonstrates ethical behavior, supportive of change and performs duties consistent with supervisor feedback.


    Senior Deputy County Counsel | County of San Diego
    The Office of County Counsel is a full-service law office, tasked with handling the County's civil law needs, including proactive participation in all phases of government decision making and a very active and successful trial litigation program. Attorneys in this position act as advocates on behalf of the County of San Diego, as well as its departments and employees, by advising clients and representing them in civil litigation in state and federal court. The ideal candidate would be an analytical thinker, able to accurately articulate the critical issues in a case. Additionally, the ideal candidate would have excellent legal research and writing skills, courtroom presence, and the ability to work in a supportive and professional team environment with other attorneys and support staff. The County Counsel’s Office generally supports remote teleworking and a teleworking schedule with a mix of in-office and remote work may be available in this position.


    Director, Legal - Global Privacy & Security | iRhythm Technologies
    iRhythm is currently seeking an experienced, motivated Director, Legal - Global Privacy and Security. Our work environment is fast-paced, with a collaborative atmosphere. Most of all, we are passionate about delivering innovations that improve the quality of health care and the patient experience. We are looking for like-minded individuals to join our team today! This is a fully remote role.

    Specific job responsibilities include:

    • Develop and maintain the company's policies, procedures, and guidelines designed to address global privacy requirements, including those arising in the US (i.e., HIPAA/HITECH), APAC and EMEA (i.e., GDPR).
    • Report to the Vice President, Global Legal and engage with the Board of Directors and other key internal stakeholders regarding program posture and developing global data protection requirements.
    • Provide legal advice and support including research regarding emerging regulation for AI/ML product development working in close collaboration with colleagues across the enterprise.
    • Negotiate data licensing and use agreements, including with vendors, universities, and academic medical centers.
    • Advise on new products, services, and technologies, as well as other activities subject to data protection requirements, such as clinical research and marketing.

    Corporate Counsel, Technology (remote) | ResMed
    The primary role of the Corporate Counsel, Technology function is to provide advice and counsel to our clients, including technical teams, digital product teams, and business leaders, as well as our legal colleagues, on technology and data as the foundation for ResMeds continuing transition from a medical device company with outstanding technology, to a technology company with outstanding devices. You will have deep knowledge in guiding the business as we build our tech stacklayers of data that our data scientists will use to create new and exciting products for our customers in health careproviders, physicians and patients. You will need to be deeply conversant with applicable privacy laws and the intersection of technology and privacy. Our teams are using artificial intelligence, machine learning and biometrics as we build new products for global use. Essential duties include proactive legal guidance to facilitate the launch of new and innovative technology products and service models, while ensuring that privacy, data security and data protection, and anti-kickback laws affecting medical device manufacturers and digital health are properly addressed by our legal and privacy teams. The successful candidate will be able to work collaboratively with both business leaders and other members of the legal team inside and outside the United States to further ResMeds business and legal interests in these important areas.

    Responsibilities:

    • Advice to our technical teams in different parts of the world as we build the technical foundations that we all use to create products that provide bridge the divide between devices and the software that helps our customers and our patients drive effective treatment of respiratory care.
    • Work with the business to future proof our technical resources so that we can build offerings that can be scaled across the globe, and across different marketsB2B, B2B2C, and B2C.
    • Provide legal advice on data analytics, digital health, and projects involving data processing, licensing, biometrics, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
    • Track latest laws and regulations and proactively determine opportunity or impact on ResMeds digital health strategy and business models.
    • Advise legal department contracts team on agreements involving complex or highly technical subject matter, particularly in the area of data, data sources, digital health, software licenses, cloud technology, software as a service, and other technology contracts.

    Litigation & Risk Associate General Counsel (remote) | Sevita
    This position is 100% remote and can be performed from anywhere in the U.S. This role will involve some travel on an as needed basis for trials and mediations.

    • Select and manage outside defense counsel in malpractice actions; assist with discovery responses in suits; attend mediations and trials as company counsel
    • Provide legal and risk management consultation to Operations, Legal, Quality Assurance, and Executive team
    • Analyze claims and design educational interventions to reduce exposure
    • In collaboration with Legal and Quality Improvement, provide leadership in the development and enhancement of systems, controls, and procedures for assuring optimal quality care
    • Report key litigation and risk management initiatives to the Board of Directors
    • Oversee litigation hold process
    • Supervise and manage assigned staff, including performance evaluations, scheduling, orientation, training, and ongoing support; resolve employee relations issues as needed; make decisions related to employment

    Deputy General Counsel IV or V | Port of San Diego
    Under general direction, performs a wide range of legal services of a routine to highly complex nature in representing the District; provides advice and counsel to District managers, staff and, through the General Counsel, the Board of Port Commissioners; conducts legal research and drafts legal documents; represents the Port in civil litigation and administrative hearings; and performs related duties as assigned.

    Responsibilities:

    1. Assists in representing or represents the District in civil litigation and administrative hearings held by local, state and federal agencies; performs all phases of pretrial, trial and appellate work; assists in or develops litigation strategy and alternatives, prepares briefs, drafts pleadings, motions and arguments; propounds or responds to requests for discovery and depositions in preparation for presentation of assigned cases; selects, retains and monitors the use of consultants and/or expert witnesses; files motions and briefs; represents the District in court or in administrative hearings on cases in full or in arguing motions and presenting other matters before the court or administrative agency; consults with legal staffs of other entities when joint cases or issues of mutual interest are litigated; when outside counsel is used, assists by providing support to facilitate discovery, monitors case status and audits bills for legal fees for reasonableness.
    2. Provides legal information and advice to departments and through the General Counsel to the Board of Port Commissioners on a wide range of legal issues of varying difficulty and complexity; conducts risk assessments and identifies areas of potential liability; conducts research of various regulatory and statutory schemes and develops strategies for addressing issues; provides advice and direction to ensure Port compliance with legal and regulatory requirements; determines potential causes of action and/or defenses and develops strategies for cost recovery claims; develops creative solutions to legal issues and problems to satisfy differing policy objectives; and, determines priorities and timelines for the resolution of numerous competing legal issues.

    Patent Counsel - Golf Club Technologies | Acushnet US Inc.
    The Patent Counsel will work within the Golf Club Manufacturing patent teams and partner with clients to strengthen the company’s patent portfolio. In this role, you will be responsible for reviewing invention disclosure submissions, preparing and prosecuting patent applications, and assisting with product clearances. You will work closely and communicate regularly with scientific, technical, legal and business team members. This position is based in Carlsbad, CA.

    Responsibilities:

    • Prepare and prosecute patent applications directed to Golf Club manufacture technologies
    • Conduct prior art searches for golf club technologies
    • Assist in the preparation of product clearances, and non-infringement and invalidity opinions
    • Support the invention disclosure submission process
    • Provide patent-related training/presentations to educate and engage R&D, Marketing and Operations teams

    Sr. Patent Counsel - Biologics (Hybrid) | Neurocrine Biosciences, Inc.
    Take a leadership role in developing global strategies and managing day to day intellectual property efforts to support multiple biologic/gene therapy or small molecule discovery, clinical development and commercial phase Company programs.

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

    • Identification of inventions, patent drafting, and prosecution relating to biologics and gene therapy
    • Conducting strategic IP due diligence, including analyzing the patent portfolios of the Company's competitors and potential collaborators
    • Identifying opportunities for expanding the Company's IP 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
    • Reviewing and negotiating license agreements and IP clauses in other agreements
    • Supporting preparation for Biosimilars, and other patent litigation support
    • Managing the use of outside legal counsel globally

    Assistant General Counsel, Product Privacy | Intuit
    We’re seeking an Assistant General Counsel - Product Privacy to partner closely with our product development teams across the Company in their day-to-day efforts to create the next generation of financial platforms, tools, and services. Reporting to the Director, Deputy General Counsel—Product Privacy, this lawyer will make a meaningful contribution to strategic priorities related to driving innovation while enhancing customer trust and brand equity. The ideal candidate will have a technology background, true fluency in the legal and practical components of data protection as applied to the product lifecycle gleaned from considerable experience at a major law firm or public company and a demonstrable history of solving complex, time-sensitive problems in close partnership with a variety of cross-functional stakeholders. The selected candidate will be a part of the Data Privacy team within Intuit’s world-class Legal & Compliance Organization. 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.You will provide advice to business leads and technical specialists on a range of data protection issues. You will also work closely with technical and non-technical teams including Product, Marketing, Engineering and Security to ensure that privacy is embedded into Intuit’s products and processes by design.


    Associate Commercial Attorney (Hybrid) | Platform Science
    We are looking for an excellent attorney and person to join our team and make an immediate positive impact, initially focusing on our business development arrangements, vendor agreements and non-disclosure agreements, as well as with some sales agreements. The position will work closely with other attorneys, the contracts department and various internal functional groups, as well as externally with counsel for other businesses with whom we are engaged, on contract negotiations, transactional management and other matters. The successful candidate will have demonstrated the ability to succeed at either a larger law firm with good transactional training, or in-house within a large legal team and with formal training, most likely with about 4-6+ years of experience. The position is located in San Diego, CA, and is not remote.

    What You’ll Do:

    • Work on cutting-edge contracts to add business development partners to the Company’s marketplace of software-based services available for licensing by the Company’s customers, which includes contracts such as non-disclosure agreements, SDK licenses, business development/marketplace commercial arrangements, customer contracts particularly with respect to third party software, as well as hardware, software and service-based vendor contracts.
    • Experience working in a hyper-growth, fast-paced SaaS business with a novel business model, where the emphasis is on “building” as opposed to “maintaining”.
    • Get great experience on important commercial matters and related contracts, working with a fun but successful group of colleagues.

    Internal Legal Counsel | NextGen Leads, LLC
    The Internal Counsel will be primarily responsible for maintaining NextGen Leads’ legal standing through providing executives with legal advice and strategies. This individual will ensure the Company strictly follows all applicable laws and regulations, while providing updates on any relevant changes. Primary duties include ensuring compliance with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), managing advertising and marketing compliance, reviewing and negotiating customer and vendor contracts, advising on employment matters, and ensuring all aspects of Company compliance.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    The essential functions include, but are not limited to the following:

    • Advises executive members on new/existing laws and legal topics that may impact the functionality of the Company.
    • Collaborates with management on efficient defense strategies.
    • Researches and evaluates different risk factors regarding business decisions and operations.
    • Oversees legal matters of the business as a whole, including acting as the Company’s legal representative.

    Immigration Attorney | Kounsel
    As a member of our counseling team, you will provide counseling services to users who need help or advice in your area of expertise. Our counselors are independent professionals who display a high degree of professionalism, experience, and a desire to help people.

    Why Counsel at Kounsel?

    • Convenient private practice: You'll have 100% control of your private practice. You won't be limited to a single location or have to commute to an office. Feel free to pack your bag and offer your services from anywhere you are, at whatever time is convenient for you. We'll take care of the rest.
    • Set your own schedule: Work once a week, once a month, or every day. The choice is yours.
    • Work on the go: From the Alps to Zagreb, no matter where you're working from you'll never have to worry about getting in touch with your clients. If ever you experience low wifi signals, simply switch to our phone service and our reliable platform will connect you seamlessly.
    • Easy payment and no extra fees: We'll transfer your earnings directly into your bank account. You'll also never pay any fees when you connect through our phone service, even if you are traveling internationally.
    • Stay organized: We like to make life easier for the busy professional. The Kounsel app comes with a scheduling service that helps you set appointments with your clients at a time that's most convenient for you.
    • Work efficiently: Collaborate in real-time or review a client's history in advance. We'll make it easy for you to prepare and be ready for your next big counseling session.

    Global Transactions & Marketing Attorney | Intuit, Inc.
    We believe diversity and inclusion among our teammates produces better results and is critical to our success as a global company. We are committed to recruiting, developing, and retaining the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

    Responsibilities:

    • Working with the legal department's transactions and marketing group, this individual will primarily support activities such as reviewing marketing, sales and promotional materials for advertising, intellectual property, and company policy compliance for international and domestic markets.
    • As Intuit expands its online, U.S.-based web products to overseas markets, issues of compliance with local regulations, drafting localized versions of terms and working with local partners and suppliers continue to arise. The ideal candidate will have experience managing international marketing and promotional initiatives outside the U.S., including the E.U., Canada, Australia, and Latin America.
    • The candidate should also have a working knowledge of advertising and consumer protection laws, regulations, including compliance with FTC and other e-commerce laws, and marketing principles. The candidate will work closely with cross-functional stakeholders to drive timely resolution to matters including online social marketing, promotional campaigns and offers, advertising claim substantiation, comparative claims, content for intellectual property, right of publicity and privacy, disclosures, disclaimers, among other duties.
    • The candidate will also perform drafting, negotiating and advising upon various U.S. and global commercial transactions, including in-bound and out-bound data licenses, SaaS, marketing, sales and other commercial contracts. The ideal candidate will have a strong desire to learn, a “can do” attitude, the willingness to work on a very large variety of tasks across business units, as well as manage and prioritize multiple concurrent activities. The successful candidate will understand the technical and business ramifications of the matters the individual handles and also how to intelligently manage both legal and business risks.
    • Central to our group's support model is constant effort to increase scalability / efficiency. The ideal candidate will be process-oriented and possess an ongoing desire to “never answer the same question twice” -- to ensure through training, guidelines and general processes that the right resource is doing the right work -- so they can focus on the most strategic, highest-valued work.
    • The ideal candidate will have the ability to provide concise, contextually nuanced, and actionable feedback and collaborate with stakeholders where needed or based on guidelines and principles. The candidate will have experience with maintaining and developing knowledge resources, best practices, process improvements, and conduct related compliance training.

    Corporate Counsel - Commercial | Caterpillar
    Caterpillar is seeking an experienced commercial contracts attorney to support its Solar Turbines Division. The Corporate Counsel will deliver comprehensive legal support for commercial transactions, including complex contracts for the sale of the company's goods and services, the purchase of goods and services and other related commercial matters, on a global basis. The incumbent will be expected to draft, review, negotiate and provide general commercial legal advice with respect to a variety of contracts in support of the company's business objectives while also managing risk and ensuring compliance in accordance with company policies and procedures and applicable laws and regulations. The successful candidate will report to the Associate General Counsel responsible for the company's Customer Services and Global Supply Chain Business Units, and will engage and collaborate with various functional personnel and subject matter experts throughout the company's global operations - including sales, application engineering, project management, field service, supply chain, engineering, marketing, tax, finance, HSSE, legal, and others as may be appropriate to ensure the provision of responsive and high-quality legal support for the company's commercial dealings on a global basis. The incumbent will effectively negotiate or otherwise communicate directly with customers, suppliers, and other external parties to reach mutual agreement or otherwise resolve issues in a manner consistent with the company's policies and interests. The role may also involve participation in process-improvement initiatives, delivery of legal-related training to company colleagues, research of legal issues, management of outside counsel, and other activities as determined and directed by supervisory staff. The incumbent is not required to track or bill time spent on various matters but will be responsible for creating and managing matters and properly retaining/filing documents utilizing the Legal Department's designated matter management and document management systems and related policies and procedures.


    Associate General Counsel - Intellectual Property | Becton, Dickinson & Company
    BD is seeking a patent attorney with 10-20 years of legal experience to lead the Life Sciences Segment’s IP Team, with particular responsibilities within the BD Biosciences (BDB) business unit. The position will report directly to BD's Chief IP Counsel. Life science experience, including IP transactional experience, is required. This position will be responsible for intellectual property work including IP licensing, strategic counseling, and due diligence, and will support a team performing tasks such as patent portfolio management, post-grant activities and freedom-to-operate analyses. The successful candidate must be able to work independently and develop strong relationships with BDB leadership, project teams and R&D associates. The position may be located in San Jose or San Diego, under a hybrid work model requiring three days per week in the office.

    Responsibilities:

    • Engage with BDB management to provide strategic counseling, updates, and recommendations related to the BDB IP portfolio, offensive/defensive patent activities and business development activities
    • Support partnership activities and out-licensing programs
    • Provide IP diligence for M&A and related activities
    • Assist business unit attorneys with IP elements of agreements
    • Assist IP litigation team in management of IP litigation involving BDB

    Associate General Counsel (Remote) | UpGuard, Inc.
    We are looking for an experienced Associate General Counsel (AGC) who will build an in-house legal function to support our evolving needs as we scale our pre-IPO business. Reporting to the COO, the AGC will be an individual contributor providing global enterprise-wide leadership and forging substantive relationships throughout the Company as well as with the Company's external stakeholder groups. This is a perfect position for an ambitious lawyer who wants to be a General Counsel of a technology company in 2-5 years.

    What Will You Accomplish?

    • Partner with team members and stakeholders across UpGuard to provide pragmatic advice to minimize legal risks while advancing the goals of the business
    • Advise on legal matters crucial to our fast-paced high-growth environment, including human resources and employment, data security and privacy, marketing, product, intellectual property, contract law, regulatory and trade compliance, and corporate governance
    • Lead problem resolution with prospects, customers, partners, and others as required
    • Build and improve upon the necessary processes, systems, and documentation to comply with applicable laws and/or company policies
    • Monitor and analyze changes in the law and legal risks; propose creative and effective solutions to address those risks
    • Build the necessary processes, systems, and documentation to improve legal department processes and resources.
    • Advise on, draft, maintain and review policies and templates for internal and external uses
    • Review, draft, and negotiate complex agreements; resolve issues escalated by Contract Management
    • Provide counseling to product and engineering teams on products and features throughout the development lifecycle, and identify potential legal issues

    General Counsel | Center for Sustainable Energy
    This General Counsel position reports directly to the president. The General Counsel sits on the Executive Leadership team. As General Counsel, the individual leads the contracting process with customers, partners, vendors, and governmental entities, oversees the intellectual property, manages the corporate risk oversight functions, participates in the negotiation and documentation of any accretive transactions (including the formation of owned entities and the combination with other entities), participates with executive leadership in the maintenance and periodic strategic plan, and provides regular updates to the Board of Directors on matters inside of this responsibility set.

    Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

    • Manage the contracting and other legal processes with customers, partners, vendors, and government entities, including by leading negotiation and managing execution.
    • Oversee intellectual property matters, including managing trademark activity and patent prosecution with outside counsel and overseeing licensing of technology.
    • Oversee Associate Counsel management of corporate risk function, including compliance management and quarterly reporting on compliance and lobbying activities.
    • Serve as a frontline interface with state and federal agency clients concerning contract matters.
    • Contribute to the management of Corporate-wide activities and functions through participation in Executive Leadership team meetings.

    Assistant General Counsel, Litigation | Intuit, Inc.
    Come join our amazing team of leaders, learners and world-class litigation professionals. Intuit's dispute resolution and government investigations team is responsible for overseeing litigation, investigation matters involving government entities and regulators, responses to third-party requests for information and a wide range of other matters. We champion Intuit's mission, role-model its values, and protect our Company, employees and customers. We're a small but high-performing team with a great culture and a passion for delivering big-impact results. We're seeking a litigation attorney to join our team. This role will report to the Director, Deputy General Counsel, who oversees global litigation and government investigations for Intuit. 

    Responsibilities:

    • Managing and resolving a wide range of lawsuits and pre-litigation disputes
    • Driving responses to investigation matters and inquiries involving regulators and other government entities
    • Developing all aspects of strategy for managing and resolving cases and investigations
    • Conducting internal investigations and fact development, including working with witnesses
    • Working in close partnership with colleagues in the Legal Department and business partners across the company, to achieve good business and legal results and facilitate smart risk-taking
    • Helping manage Intuit's responses to third-party requests for information, complying with the law and passionately protecting the data of our Company, employees and customers
    • Supervising outside counsel and litigation consultants, managing budgets and supporting litigation and investigations reporting
    • Drafting policies and internal procedures, and conducting training to educate business partners; adding rigor to all aspects of internal processes and champion data-driven decisions

    Associate Director, Patent Chemistry | Vertex Pharmaceuticals
    The Compliance Counsel Associate Director is responsible for developing, implementing, maintaining, and continuously improving the Compliance Programs policy and procedure infrastructure in collaboration with the the Office of Business Integrity & Ethics ("OBIE") Executive Director. The Compliance Counsel serves as the go-to expert on the company's Compliance infrastructure. The Compliance Counsel is also responsible for maintaining the company's anonymous reporting line, conducting all inquiries and investigations, and reporting results to the Executive Director and OBIE Committees.

    Key Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Maintains and executes an annual, global Compliance policy and procedure plan and serve as the go-to expert on Compliance infrastructure.
    • Drafts all policies and procedures and leads cross-functional teams to ensure business stakeholders are involved in policy creation, have an opportunity to provide feedback, and support implementation and enforcement of the policy infrastructure.
    • Maintains the anonymous reporting hotline, conducts all inquiries and investigations, and report out findings to the Executive Director and OBIE Committees.
    • Leads departmental and cross-functional initiatives supporting Compliance imperatives.
    • Supports training and communications as well as OBIE Business Partner initiatives.

    HR Legal Services - Law Group (Hybrid) | Becton, Dickinson & Company
    This position is responsible for managing complex employee relations matters and employment-related litigation, charges, and claims. Advises and assists HR and business leaders and manages outside counsel relationships accordingly. Serves as legal professional supporting HR compliance efforts, including monitoring employment law and regulatory developments, policy updates, audits, and training. This position reports to the Assistant General Counsel, Employment.

    Responsibilities:

    • Manage requests for and provide advice and counsel to HR and people leaders on policies, practices, and employment matters, such as terminations, investigations, and RIFs/reorganizations, to achieve business objectives and effectively manage risk
    • Review and revise employment-related documents, such as corrective action, performance, and termination documentation, employment and separation agreements, HR policies, etc.
    • Case management for employment-related lawsuits, charges, and claims, including: coordinating with in-house and outside counsel, conducting initial fact gathering, implementing and maintaining litigation holds, identifying and gathering responsive documents and information, participating in witness interviews, reviewing discovery and other case documentation, and facilitating internal processes for settlement/resolution of claims
    • Manage electronic billing for employment-related legal matters, including budget and invoice approval
    • Analyze and report on outside spend, budgets, and claims metrics
    • Analyze and respond to employment-related third-party subpoenas and other requests for records, including identifying and gathering responsive documents and information

    Senior Counsel - Medication Management Solutions | BD
    The Senior Counsel, Medication Management Solutions, will be a member of the Law Group and report to the Assistant General Counsel, Medication Management Solutions (MMS) Business Unit. The successful candidate will be a core member of BD’s legal team helping drive the Company’s mission, protecting the Company, and serving as a trusted advisor, business partner, and strategic leader within the legal department and the Company. They will provide tactical support and will serve as a strategic legal partner to BD’s MMS Business Unit. Must possess strong knowledge of corporate and commercial/transactional law and demonstrated expertise in drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements and advising and counseling clients on a range of business transactions, and in the development of new products and innovations in multiple areas of law focused on the medical device industry.

    Roles and Responsibilities:

    • identify and resolve complex legal issues to support the commercial operations of a global leader in the research, development, manufacturing, sales and marketing of BD’s portfolio of medication management products, including developing strong knowledge of BD MMS portfolio and clients.
    • provide day-to-day legal advice to the MMS business and for the drafting and negotiation of a wide range of commercial agreements.
    • advice and counsel on software, technology, integration, SaaS and solution selling.
    • leverage prior experience to advise on emerging issues relating to data analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence development, including data use and governance.

    Assistant General Counsel, Medication Management Solutions | BD
    The successful candidate will be a core member of BD’s legal team helping drive the Company’s mission, protecting the Company, and serving as a trusted advisor, business partner, and strategic leader within the legal department and the Company. They will provide legal support and serve as lead counsel for one or more platforms within BD’s MMS Business Unit.  Key responsibilities include counseling with respect to, and negotiating and documenting, general commercial matters arising out of assigned areas of product and business responsibilities, including business strategy, marketing, M&A, commercial development, purchasing and sales.  Works with professionals across functions and contributes to the development of legal strategy, including education, and legal support processes. 

    Roles and Responsibilities:

    • Serve as lead counsel for one or more platforms within the BD MMS business unit.
    • Identify and resolve complex legal issues to support the commercial operations of the business, including developing strong knowledge of BD MMS portfolio and clients.
    • Provide day-to-day legal advice to the MMS business and for the drafting and negotiation of a wide range of commercial agreements.
    • Develop innovative solutions to legal issues in support of strategic business initiatives and objectives.  
    • Design legal support processes and milestones to align and achieve business strategic goals.
    • Advise on strategic plan development and execution for business units/products, including by collaborating with other professionals in the law group and in other functions.
    • Proactively advise on legal risks related to business activities, develop solutions to mitigate risk and influence key business leaders.

    Senior Product & Privacy Counsel | Mitek Systems, Inc.
    Mitek is seeking a Senior Counsel to join our Legal team. You will be our counsel providing legal guidance for the planning and execution of our global product development and data privacy compliance efforts. You'll work with stakeholders across the organization, including product development and engineering. You'll also provide legal counsel to management on the impact of current laws including US and international privacy laws and regulatory requirements, in connection with our product and service offerings.

    What You'll Do:

    • Advise on a range of compliance issues, regulations and industry standards with a focus on privacy including biometric privacy laws and regulations, consumer protection, and intellectual property.
    • Advise on the Company's policies and procedures relating to data collection and usage.
    • Review products, features, and initiatives to provide advice consistent with Company's legal obligations in multiple jurisdictions.
    • Coordinate advice with cross-functional stakeholders, including Product, Engineering, Marketing, Tax and others.
    • Keep current on relevant industry standards, laws, and regulations.
    • Collaborate with legal team members to improve processes and ensure business demands are satisfied.

    Associate General Counsel | Immuneering Corporation
    Immuneering is seeking an Associate General Counsel, Securities and Corporate Law who will help build and lead Immuneering's corporate legal function. This is a hybrid/remote, Senior Director level position, reporting to the General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. This position will be only the second attorney hire in a small but growing legal department and presents opportunities to grow with the company and have a strategic impact.

    Your Responsibilities

    • Assisting the General Counsel in advising the Board of Directors and its committees and preparing meeting materials.
    • Preparing and reviewing all SEC filings, including periodic and current reports, proxy statements and Section 16 reports in collaboration with internal and external accounting and legal teams
    • Advising on equity, executive compensation, and stock administration matters, working in conjunction with the Finance and HR teams
    • Advising senior management on internal securities matters, including trading window, 10b5-1 Plans and Section 16 compliance.
    • Working on corporate governance matters, including assisting in the preparation and review of certain corporate policies and providing training to employees on those policies
    • Assisting with the management of outside counsel, including budget and oversight of outside counsel work product.
    • Monitoring and advising on the potential impact of new and proposed securities laws and regulations; NASDAQ rule changes; ISS and other proxy advisory firms', as well as institutional investors', voting policy changes; and developments, trends and evolving best practices in corporate governance and ESG.
    • Preparing, reviewing and negotiating a diverse range of agreements common to the biotechnology industry, while proactively identifying and helping manage risk profile of the company.

    Senior Legal Counsel -- IP and Licensing in the Legal, IP and Risk | Ansys, Inc.
    As the Senior Legal Counsel -- IP and Licensing in the Legal, IP and Risk department (“LIR”) at Ansys, the candidate will be an experienced attorney collaborating across the company, including with the product organization, the office of the CTO, sales organization, and corporate development, to support all aspects of IP protection, IP management, licensing, and other transactions. This will include providing legal advice and counsel regarding Ansys’ software, inventions, patents, open source software compliance, trademarks, copyrights, licenses and other agreements. The Senior Legal Counsel will work with the product development and product marketing teams to draft and negotiate IP terms for various agreements such as software license agreements, collaboration agreements, and cloud services agreements.

    Key Duties and Responsibilities

    • Advise the company on IP matters
    • Support the company’s patent, trademark, and copyright protection strategies and portfolios; help manage patent and trademark prosecution
    • Draft and negotiate IP and technology license terms of various agreements, including software license agreements, cloud and other types of services agreements, collaboration agreements, and strategic partnership agreements
    • Advise the company on open source compliance matters

    Senior Patent Counsel | Nokia
    We are strenghtening the team with experienced patent counsel who can contribute to enhancement of the value of the Nokia cellular SEP portfolio.

    You will be conducting such tasks as:

    • Managing the cellular SEP portfolio
    • Developing new methodologies to improve SEP creation processes including invention intake, strategic patent filing, and declaration to cellular standards
    • Prosecuting patent applications with best-in-class patent attorneys worldwide
    • claim charting patents against 3GPP standard specifications with support from top researchers in the world
    • Analyzing SEPs and conducting prior-art searches

    Attorney | State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company
    Karen D. Wood & Associates, insurance staff counsel for State Farm Insurance Companies, seeks a trial attorney with 5-10 years of civil litigation and trial experience to join our San Diego, CA office. Candidates must have exceptional knowledge of civil procedure, evidence and trial strategy with outstanding written and oral advocacy skills. Competitive candidates will be well-organized, detail-oriented, and able to independently manage a caseload where all work is time-sensitive.
    Located in San Diego, CA, we enjoy an active, busy civil trial practice. We provide a congenial, team-oriented professional work environment with skilled support staff.


    Assistant General Counsel, Payments | Intuit, Inc.
    Come join Intuit as a Payments Product Counsel. Working as a member of the Products Legal Team, you will be responsible for partnering with multiple innovative product teams around the world to ensure that Intuit's banking as a service and money movement products are structured to achieve our strategy while complying with applicable regulations in multiple jurisdictions. You will partner closely with product management, business development, engineering, design, marketing, compliance and operations teams. You will provide legal advice and counseling on a wide variety of matters, including data privacy and protection, mobile, product liability, IP and regulatory compliance. Many of these matters will be in the FinTech area, including payments, stored value and deposit products. You may structure, draft, negotiate and advise upon various complex transactions with minimal direction and supervision. The ideal candidate should have knowledge of regulations in the financial services area, including FCRA, GLBA, and state payments laws.


    Senior Lead IP Legal Counsel (remote) | Dexcom, Inc.
    The Sr Lead IP Legal Counsel will be responsible for supporting the strategic management of intellectual property matters for the company, including management of the global IP portfolio, overseeing landscape and freedom to operate analyses, advising client groups on IP matters, and evaluating external IP opportunities. Additional responsibilities include leadership in due diligence for major acquisitions and management of global IP litigation matters.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Advising technical and business stakeholders on IP matters
    • Setting and implementing a patent strategy for Dexcom's innovations
    • Managing prosecution efforts in various software and EE areas including cybersecurity, new business areas and supporting other UI and software services, including directing outside counsel both domestically and globally
    • Interacting with patent offices throughout the world in order to strengthen and accelerate the issuance of Dexcom's patented innovations
    • Supporting IP litigation, licensing and commercialization activities
    • Developing, coordinating and reviewing IP search and analysis projects, including patentability, validity, landscape, freedom to operate and product clearance analysis

    Senior Trial Attorney | Allstate Insurance Company
    Represents insureds and the Company in the defense of bodily injury and property damage lawsuits, subrogation, and Allstate Financial cases. Prepares for and conducts hearings, trials, arbitrations, mediations, and depositions. Prepares and argues pre and post-trial motions. Assists colleagues in the resolution of calendar conflicts. Provides project management, coordination, and collaboration between legal teams within Law and Regulation and with business clients. Conducts research, substantive drafting, reviewing, advising, and negotiating for more complex matters.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Review new file assignments and approve initial pleadings, propound discovery, and/or develop strategy
    • Contacts clients to discuss their case and answer any questions. Maintains contact at a minimum of 90 days
    • Contact claims (initial litigation plan, recurring minimum 90 day contact, strategy conferences, etc.)
    • Review all documentary evidence
    • Prepares witnesses and clients for depositions, arbitrations, mediations and trials including expert witnesses
    • Conducts depositions and examinations under oath and prepares summary documents
    • Prepares and conducts court appearances (matter management conferences, hearings, status conferences, etc.)
    • Conducts settlement/dispositive proceedings (e.g. mediations, arbitrations, etc.)
    • Try and/or arbitrate cases and prepares motions in liminie and summary documents

    Orange County Area

    Senior Counsel (hybrid) | Linksys*
    Linksys is seeking a highly motivated, experienced and licensed attorney to join the Linksys legal team. As the Senior Counsel, you will have wide-ranging responsibilities and opportunities for career advancement. You will primarily be responsible for drafting and negotiating technology licensing and contracts and providing legal advice to the company, with exposure to all areas. This is a phenomenal opportunity to join a well-established and dynamic company and be part of a well-respected, exciting and growing group.

    Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for strategizing, managing, directing and providing comprehensive and responsive legal expertise to company personnel worldwide, but primarily in the Americas including the U.S., Canada and Latin America.
    • Draft and settle all types of commercial and licensing agreements, including vendor, customer and supplier agreements, software licensing, consumer agreements, data processing agreements and non-disclosure agreements.
    • Assist with responding to subpoenas, supervising litigation and dispute resolution; review and counsel on patent and trademark matters.
    • Coordinate work of outside attorneys and guide them on critical legal issues, while keeping within the budget.
    • Review product packaging, website statements, communications and advertising copy for compliance with law.
    • Develop and coordinate implementation of policies and procedures essential to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal laws.

    Corporate Counsel | American Healthcare REIT*
    Growing real estate investment firm is looking for a junior corporate and securities attorney with three years of experience to support our corporate legal department as corporate counsel. This is a unique opportunity for a junior attorney to work in-house on SEC filings, corporate governance matters, M&A transactions, real estate transactions and commercial contracts.

    Essential Job Duties:

    • Assist with drafting SEC filings, including Form 8-Ks, proxy statements and beneficial ownership forms using in-house SEC EDGAR filing software;
    • Review contracts/documentation to ensure they meet corporate legal guidelines and research any questions regarding such documents;
    • Prepare initial drafts of board meeting minutes and consents and assist with board meeting materials;
    • Assist with the due diligence of M&A opportunities, securities offerings, real estate acquisitions and litigation tracking;
    • Work directly with colleagues to obtain information necessary to complete projects and achieve deadlines;
    • Manage workload to meet deadlines and maintain department standards on turnaround time

    In-House Counsel (remote) | EB5 Investors*
    We are seeking a skilled and experienced attorney to join our team. Looking for an ambitious individual who wants to grow his or her income by getting more in touch with their business side but keeping a strong legal workload. Candidates must have interest or experience with US investment immigration law and finance. You will be looking at all types of legal and real estate documents, will have to assist with case preparation legal and financial research, interviewing clients, and drafting and analyzing legal and financial documents. You also need to have excellent research skills and be able to stay up to date with the fast-paced-changing landscape of investment visa programs.

    Responsibilities:

    • Provide administrative support and document control.
    • Handle communication with developers and regional centers.
    • Stay up to date with statistical/documentary research relevant to investment immigration programs.
    • Manage the minute books, NDAs, etc.
    • Coordinate with other attorneys such as security council,
    • Help assist with loan documentation and helping clients

    Associate Employment Counsel | Dropbox
    As Associate Employment Counsel at Dropbox, you’ll be executing on a broad range of responsibilities and counseling the company on a variety of sensitive issues. We're looking for someone to balance pragmatism and careful risk assessment in order to make an immediate impact with shrewd judgment and the ability to get things done. If you’re a person with perceptive instincts who loves a challenging, team-focused, and fast environment, then we believe this is the place for you.

    Responsibilities:

    • Advise on the creation and implementation of premier employee programs and policies
    • Draft, review, and advise on all types of employee agreements and company policies
    • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of relevant laws and share that knowledge across various teams

    Corporate Counsel | GSF
    GSF seeks an experienced employment attorney with the personality and ownership attitude to serve our business. Prior employment and labor law experience is necessary; however, GSF places a very high value on intelligence, drive and willingness to learn and grow, making this an excellent opportunity for the up-and-comer who is willing to work hard to become an indispensable member of our team. As Corporate Counsel you will join our outstanding legal/risk/corporate social responsibility team and serve as a front-line resource for our business on aspects of employment law.

    Essential Functions:

    • Serve as the front line of defense in all pre-litigation employment matters, including demand letter response and communication with opposing counsel
    • Manage employment litigation and strategize with outside counsel in relation to same
    • Prepare and conduct employment law training programs for human resources and leadership teams
    • Advise HR department and operations team in a broad range of employment matters, including recruiting, hiring, benefits, compensation, employee relations, discipline, terminations, harassment, discrimination, disability, wage and hour compliance, and strategies for managing risk around employment matters
    • Perform all aspects of federal and state administrative agency (e.g., DFEH, EEOC, DOL, etc.) dispute process from start to finish, including investigation, drafting position statements, and attending mediations

    Senior Director Internal Investigations | Western Digital
    The Senior Director, Internal Investigations and ABAC is responsible for implementing and overseeing the Company’s antibribery and anti-corruption (ABAC) program while managing the Company’s Global Ethics Helpline, directing a team of investigators who conduct internal investigations globally, and ensuring that ethics and compliance concerns raised by employees, suppliers, vendors and other third-parties anywhere in the world are promptly and thoroughly investigated and appropriately redressed. The Senior Director, Internal Investigations and ABAC reports to the Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Lead, manage and develop two distinct global teams within Company’s ethics and compliance function, one a team of skilled internal investigators and the other comprising ABAC and enhanced due diligence specialists.
    • Oversee Company’s global anti-corruption program, including driving the implementation of third-party risk management controls within procurement and sales business processes, managing risk-based diligence process for third parties and advising the Company on distributor channel compliance solutions.
    • Develop, advise on and drive compliance with effective anti-corruption policies and procedures governing conflicts of interest, gifts & entertainment, discounts and incentive programs and market development funds.
    • Oversee Company’s Ethics Helpline, which includes ensuring Helpline is operating and effective at all sites globally and partnering with Human Resources and other investigative functions across the Company to ensure timely responses to all concerns raised on the Helpline and other reporting channels.
    • Lead internal investigations around the globe, including overseeing and working with team of internal investigators to develop investigation plans particular to each ethics and compliance concern, collect and review documents, interview witnesses, and reach and document findings.

    Corporate Counsel | Platinum Storage Group
     Our team is seeking a highly motivated individual to create and lead the in-house legal function for our company, including leading the legal efforts of our acquisition, development, and management divisions and grow with our company. In this role, this individual will acquire experience in real estate transactions (acquisitions, dispositions, and development), deal structuring (1031 exchange, opportunity zones, DST), land entitlement and zoning, entity creation and management, trust planning, real estate leasing and compliance, dispute resolution as well capital, finance, and real estate strategy. This person would be a critical member of our executive team and would participate in regular executive, strategy and acquisitions meetings and would be part of helping the company develop and implement its business strategy.

    Functions and Responsibilities:

    • Oversee the real estate transactions of the company while supporting the day-to-day management of the business and legal affairs related to the company’s real estate portfolio
    • Perform all transactional and due-diligence functions related to purchase/sales, financings and leasing as well as general contract matters; triage these matters with relevant team members
    • Coordinate with escrow and key stakeholders throughout closing
    • Work directly with title companies to review title commitments and finalize title policies for transactions
    • Review and approve all final closing documents
    • Report on all ongoing transactions and coordinate tasks with executive/acquisitions team
    • Manage legal support for the company’s entitlement, development and construction activities and projects
    • Provide legal support to retail operations on store leases, legal documents, dispute resolution, legal actions (unlawful detainers, lease terminations), and tenant issues

    Corporate Counsel | Reyes Coca-Cola Bottling
    The Corporate Counsel serves as a legal advisor to the company, working with senior leadership to advise on all legal matters affecting the company as well as developing strategic plans, identifying and implementing growth opportunities, and driving profitability. This position reports to the Chief Legal Officer and is a true generalist role.

    Position Responsibilities:

    • Draft, review and negotiate sponsorship, promotional rights and licensing agreements in support of the commercial business for the company
    • Advise the company on marketing, branding, advertising promotions and initiatives
    • Draft, review, and negotiate procurement, vendor and technology/software agreements including supply agreements, terms and conditions, master service agreements and a variety of indirect supply agreements
    • Work cross-functionally to identify risks and provide strategic, practical and creative legal guidance.
    • Create efficiencies and improvement within the legal department including enhancing or developing templates, contract standardization/automation initiatives, and building a legal playbook
    • Prepare and conduct training for managers and employees on relevant legal topics
    • Build key relationships within the company by responding promptly, being proactive about guiding the business in a way that minimizes risk and maintains company goals

    Senior Corporate Counsel | Marvell Technology Group
    The Commercial Transactions Group in Marvell’s Legal Department drafts, reviews, negotiates, and manages the company’s global commercial agreements. The team partners closely with every business unit and functional group across Marvell, and counsels and provides business and legal advice on best practices and risks for commercial engagements. This role will be part of the Commercial Transactions Group, will focus on complex and high volume customer-facing transactions, and will report to the Assistant General Counsel, Commercial.

    Job Responsibilities:

    • Draft, negotiate, and review complex technology, licensing, and other commercial agreements including, without limitation: inbound and outbound licensing agreements, sales, development, and other types of commercial contracts relating to Marvell’s hardware and software products.
    • Represent Marvell in commercial interactions with key customers while balancing Marvell’s business and legal interests.
    • Collaborate with other stakeholders in the Marvell Legal Department to ensure that risk is identified and managed properly.
    • Interface with, and, as necessary, conduct training of various business units domestically and internationally to understand key IP and commercial requirements, and to ensure commercial contract terms comply with corporate directives, policies and procedures.
    • Drive continuous improvement to existing legal templates, legal and business processes, and legal support models, including contracts administration procedures and processes.

    Sr. Counsel, Labor & Employment Compliance | Chipolte
    Drives strategy to support compliance with labor employment laws, including, but not limited to child labor, fair work week/secure scheduling, meal and rest periods, sick pay, salary transparency, etc. Works collaboratively with our People Experience and Operations teams, among others, to keep them apprised of new developments in the law, provides interpretations of how the law applies to Chipotle's policies and procedures and makes recommendations on how Chipotle can best comply with the law. Drafts and reviews Chipotle policies and procedures stay up to date with new and changing laws.

    Responsibilities:

    • Reviews and analyzes new labor employment laws (e.g. child labor, fair work week/secure scheduling, meal and rest periods, sick pay, salary transparency, etc.) for implementation and provides strategic advice on how Chipotle can best comply with the law.
    • Analyzes and reviews Chipotle's compliance with labor and employment laws and works collaboratively with People Experience and Operations to strategically develop and establish ongoing best practices for ongoing compliance
    • Works collaboratively with People Experience and other departments to draft policies and procedures to support compliance with employment laws
    • Manages audits by government agencies, including working with outside counsel when necessary and internal teams, to strategically drive the best outcome for Chipotle

    Corporate Counsel & Associate Counsel | Kia Motors America, Inc.
    We are hiring for 2 positions, job titles will be commensurate with legal experience:

    • Corporate Counsel: 5-8 years experience
    • Associate Counsel: 3-5 years experience, and this role will be supporting the Corporate Counsel

    Your primary focus will be providing advice to the company to improve all aspects of the performance and operation of Kia’s dealer network in the United States. In particular, you will develop policies and provide advice related to dealer establishment and transfer, dealer termination and wind-down, and dealership operations, including sales operations, distribution, service operations, dealership facility improvement and branding, and marketing. Work collaboratively with a group of in-house lawyers on projects and cases which influence multiple aspects of the business. Manage and work with outside counsel, as appropriate, to assist you in your areas of responsibility. Collaborate with and interact with the company’s business leaders. As an integral part of the team, you will proactively assess legal risks and advise on decisions that will advance the company’s business.

    Major Responsibilities:

    • 1st Work closely with executives and managers in the Retail Development function to achieve objectives related to the dealer network. This includes providing advice on dealer franchise law and review and development of company policies related to network planning, dealer sales performance, dealer financial performance, dealer establishment, dealership transfers, dealership facility requirements, sales incentives, marketing, service and warranty operations, distribution, and customer service. 
    • 2nd Assist with the drafting of policy documents, letters, dealer agreements, and dealership performance reviews. 
    • 3rd Manage litigation, including risk assessment, case strategy, settlement, budgeting, discovery and other case management activities. This includes claims and defenses related to dealer add points, protests, terminations, bankruptcies, audits, etc. 
    • 4th Advise and train managers in many departments of the company related to dealer operations and legal issues. 
    • 5th Proactively address other legal matters as needed and work collaboratively with your colleagues, as appropriate. 

    In-House Corporate Counsel (remote) | Pathway Capital Management, LP
    Responsibilities:
    Primarily participating on the legal team relating to the following types of transactions and matters:

    • Private market limited partnership agreements relating to primary and secondary investments in private equity and credit funds and co-investments (as part of M&A transactions) with sophisticated counterparties.
    • Fund-of-funds agreements and advisory contracts with Pathway investors and clients.
    • Assist in advising on issues relating to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940.
    • Assist in advising on certain securities laws, corporate governance matters and company policies and procedures.
    • Provide legal guidance to investment, compliance, accounting and tax professionals, often regarding complex legal and business issues.
    • Advise on a wide range of general contracts, including NDAs, vendor and service provider agreements, IT-related agreements, etc.
    • Assist on special projects, including contract review and updates of Pathway's database of investment partnership agreements and investor agreements.

    In-House Counsel | Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Limited
    We are seeking a motivated? In-House Legal Counsel/Associate In-House Legal Counsel?to join our North American Legal Team. This role will liaise with several parts of the business to provide legal advice to mitigate risk throughout the FPH North American business.

    Responsibilities:

    • Serve as a key contact for documenting and tracking compliance with various laws and regulations, including those around marketing claims, expenses, and product promotions.
    • Liaise with FPH business partners as directed to identify and clarify legal needs in order to prepare appropriate legal documents and contracts.
    • Investigate business issues in order to provide commercially appropriate advice on legal and other risk consequences.
    • Determine the risks posed by FPH non-compliance and determine actions to appropriately address issues and ensure risk and commercial outcomes are effectively balanced.
    • Review and approve changes and developments to internal FPH processes and products to effectively manage legal risk.
    • Educate internal customers on legal risk and compliance issues, or legislative changes that affect FPH to ensure the business is adequately prepared to meet legislative requirements.
    • Assess contractual liability and risks to ensure business risks are understood and highlighted.
    • Maintain knowledge of legal requirements and identify when specialist legal expertise is required to ensure legislative requirements are adhered to.

    Legal Counsel-Platform Content | VIZIO, Inc.
    VIZIO's legal team is seeking an experienced and motivated licensed attorney with experience in app and/or content licensing transactions to join our growing Legal Platform+ team. As Legal Counsel, you will be reporting to VIZIO's Director, Platform Content, Media & Technology Counsel and working closely with other attorneys supporting VIZIO's Platform+ business. You will embark on a fantastic opportunity to join a growing and dynamic team within a fast-paced environment.

    What you will do:

    • The successful candidate will review, draft and negotiate a variety of agreements, with a particular focus on app and content licensing, and will advise on a variety of deals with content providers, media/entertainment companies, and streaming services.
    • You will evaluate issues from legal and business perspectives with a practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving and handle complex business and legal issues in a fast-paced, agile, and evolving technology-driven business environment.
    • Furthermore, you will support strategic initiatives, including cutting-edge technology and regulatory support. There is potential for expansion of duties and the opportunity to make a significant impact on the continued growth of the legal department as the department ramps up to meet the demands for VIZIO's rapidly expanding Platform+ business.
    • This is a fantastic opportunity to play a vital role in supporting the company's rapid growth and for someone who enjoys learning new things and collaborating with the business teams.

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