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    Commercial Counsel | Platform Science*
    We are looking for an excellent Attorney to join our team and make an immediate positive impact. You will focus on business development arrangements, customer agreements, vendor agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and other legal matters, as we rapidly scale our ecosystem of third party applications & solutions and customers on our IoT/SaaS platform. The position will work closely with other attorneys, the Contracts department and various internal groups, and externally with counsel for other businesses on contract negotiations, transactional management and other matters. The successful candidate will have experience at a larger law firm or elsewhere with good transactional training (e.g., tech transactions, corporate, real estate), and ideally also in-house for a software-focused business that has experienced high growth. This is an excellent opportunity to join a fast-growing company and work with cutting-edge technology and new business models, and be well positioned for future growth. This position will be the newest addition to a medium sized, but growing, collegial team of attorneys and contracts professionals. The location for this role is at our San Diego, California headquarters.

    What You'll Do:

    • Work on cutting-edge commercial contracts (customer, OEM, partner, vendor etc.) and other legal issues for fast growing IoT platform / SaaS providers, working directly with internal stakeholders as well as externally with other parties.
    • 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”.
    • Gain or grow experience in important, current legal areas such as data security and privacy, intellectual property licensing and commercial law, software, telecommunications, platforms and internet of things (IoT).
    • Work with a relatively small but growing team (3 attorneys, 2 contracts professionals currently) of knowledgeable, kind and fun people, as well as with some of the brightest minds in technology and business.

    Contract Patent Agent - Life Sciences (hybrid) | Xencor*
    Responsible for contributing to managing, protecting, and expanding Xencor’s intellectual property.

    Job Duties:

    • Participates in meetings and discussions with various scientific groups including protein engineering, clinical science and development groups to identify and understand key intellectual properties
    • Works with the other patent department personnel and outside legal counsel in the preparation of provisional and utility patent applications and to prepare strategies for responding to office actions on US and international patent filings
    • Contributes to the development and evaluation of intellectual property strategy
    • Provides intellectual property related analysis on issues such as freedom to operate
    • Performs due diligence and identifies potential research opportunities on new targets/ideas through strategic literature and patent database searches
    • Provides competitive intelligence by monitoring patent filing activities and publications/abstracts of competitors
    • Assists with implementation and ongoing improvement of IP-related systems and processes
    • Coordinates internal IP meetings

    Payments Product Counsel | Intuit
    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.

    Associate General Counsel | Viasat
    We are looking for an exceptional corporate transactional attorney who is experienced in negotiating and drafting commercial contracts to support our growing legal department at Viasat’s corporate headquarters in Carlsbad, California. In this role, you will work on a variety of corporate legal matters, with a focus on:

    • Real Estate — In this position, you will work autonomously to represent Viasat in all aspects of real estate transactions associated with its multinational real estate portfolio, including (a) identifying, advising on issues, and formulating legal strategies to achieve Viasat’s objectives; (b) addressing questions and issues that arise from internal stakeholders; and (c) directly negotiating real estate agreements or managing the efficient delivery of services by outside counsel
    • M&A, Capital Raises, Venture Capital — This position with also work with other members of the legal team to support the company’s domestic and cross-border acquisitions, corporate venture investments, and capital raises in public and private offerings of equity and debt.
    • Global Subsidiaries — Advise the paralegal team and formulate legal strategies on subsidiary activities to facilitate Viasat’s international expansion (APAC, EMEA, and the Americas), including formation, maintenance, rollups/dissolutions, and the preparation of intercompany agreements.

    Patent Agent (hybrid) | Illumina
    This individual will work in a team environment to prepare and prosecute company patent applications, evaluate intellectual property landscapes around projects, and assist with other intellectual property matters.


    • Prepare 20+ patent applications in-house per year across a variety of technologies.
    • Directly prosecute US applications.
    • Manage a global portfolio of patent prosecution.
    • Assist attorneys with identifying and evaluating patentable inventions emerging from dynamic, multi-disciplined research projects.
    • Assist attorneys with evaluation of intellectual property landscapes and freedom to operate analyses.
    • Other responsibilities based on candidate qualifications, including assisting with updates to in-house policies and procedures.

    Senior Corporate Counsel, Strategic Transactions | Integrated DNA Technologies
    This position is eligible for a remote work arrangement in which you can work remotely from your home. Additional information about this remote work arrangement will be provided by your interview team. Explore the flexibility and challenge that working here can provide.

    Essential Functions:

    • Acts as a trusted legal advisor to IDT's Regulatory and Quality Affairs, Business Units, and Supply Chain functions.
    • Advises on all areas of law affecting IDT, with a goal of minimizing risks and proposing practical solutions that promote business development and growth.
    • Negotiates, drafts, and reviews significant technology and business transactions.
    • Conducts internal compliance investigations, as needed.
    • Supports Regulatory Affairs to drive strategic discussions and decisions about the changing legal and regulatory landscape for genomic medicine.
    • Develops and maintains a solid understanding of various business processes and policies and supports enterprise risk management activities, with the ability to effectively evaluate legal exposure, manage risk, and achieve business goals within appropriate legal guidelines.
    • Exhibits excellent communication and time management skills, with a focus on pragmatic decision-making and efficient delivery of legal advice in a rapidly changing environment.

    Legal Assistant - temporary | Vistage
    The Temporary Legal Assistant will provide legal support to the Vistage Law Department. The legal assistant will support the coordination of contract execution in addition to drafting and negotiating contracts. Additional duties may be assigned as the need arises. The Legal Assistant reports to Vistage’s Associate General Counsel, supports the larger legal team and interfaces with stakeholders. 


    • Coordinate with Vistage Law Department staff and interface with stakeholders to determine the terms for Vistage contracts.
    • Draft and modify Vistage contracts – primarily service and venue contracts.
    • Confidentially address matters related to Law Department activities and business support.
    • Coordinate signatures on contracts with Vistage staff and third-party entities in compliance with Vistage’s policies.

    Global Director of Legal Operations and DBSL | Danaher
    The Global Director of Legal Operations and DBSL will support all Legal and Compliance Operations around the world and will be charged by developing and implementing a global operations strategy in partnership with global Legal and Compliance senior legal leadership at Corporate, Platform and Opco level. Global Legal and Compliance operations will include, specifically support design and improvement of operational processes, their automation using the best technology, drive adoption and implementation of both processes and IT systems and create a data analytics infrastructure of any required information for legal and compliance teams to perform their functions. This role will also support strategic planning and implementation for Corporate Legal, including current Legal and Compliance Organizational Design Project.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Support installation, maintenance and improvement of Corporate Legal & Compliance KPIs and install, maintain certified practitioners/trainers (CP/CT) and Kaizen Funnels.
    • Promote and facilitate diagnosis of workflow impediments and other wastes throughout the function, and provide expert counsel on appropriate tools to eliminate them (eg. develop and maintain overall L&C DBS architecture, roadmap and tools).
    • Facilitate Legal & Compliance Strategic DBS Events.
    • Drive ever?improving results by leveraging DBS tools, consulting skills, and change management process.
    • Assist site / company leadership in the development of a DBS roadmap.
    • Directly provide formal and informal DBS training and coaching.

    Director, Corporate Counsel & Legal Operations | Travere Therapeutics
    The Director, Corporate Counsel and Legal Operations is responsible for providing a high quality and diverse range of contractual legal services, while exercising discretion, professionalism, and solid judgment. In addition, the Director, Corporate Counsel and Legal Operations will draft and negotiate agreements, protecting the company's interests while ensuring the company's contractual arrangements are in compliance with applicable laws, as well as oversee and optimize policies, programs, and applications managed by the Legal team.


    • Draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of agreements across many company departments including: Research and Development oriented agreements, Clinical Trial Agreements, Sponsored Research Agreements, Material Transfer Agreements, Licensing Agreements, Manufacturing Agreements, Master Services Agreements, Vendor Agreements, Consulting Agreements, Confidentiality Agreements, Operations oriented agreements, and Commercial oriented agreements. Draft and negotiate other types of agreements as needed.
    • Provide legal advice to the business on contract matters, including structuring, contract interpretation, compliance and enforcement, risk assessment, and legal and regulatory compliance.
    • Resolve legal and compliance issues using negotiation skills and expertise; negotiate with sophisticated counterparties.
    • Partner closely with the business to address current needs, anticipated future needs, and resolve internal and external business challenges and/or regulatory issues.

    Senior Corporate Counsel - Advanced Therapies and Viral Vectors | Thermo Fisher Scientific
    The Senior Corporate Counsel will serve as the Lead Counsel for the Advanced Therapies Business and the Viral Vector Business of Thermo Fisher and will furthermore support the DSD Lead Counsel more broadly in certain matters relating to all Business Units of DSD. The Senior Corporate Counsel will also assume responsibility for supporting the risk management, supply chain, and engineering functions on a PSG Group level.

    The Senior Corporate Counsel will provide senior management with effective advice on company strategies and their implementation, manage the legal function, coordinate all legal compliance requirements and lead all aspects of the work of outside counsel. The Senior Corporate Counsel will be directly involved in sophisticated business transactions and in negotiating strategic partnerships on behalf of the business. The Senior Corporate Counsel will report to the VP and Lead Counsel DSD and will have a matrix reporting to the GC, Pharma Services.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Provides leadership and legal advice on a broad range of legal, regulatory, and compliance matters
    • Assume responsibility for ensuring that the Advanced Therapies and Viral Vectors Business conduct their business in compliance with federal, state, local and international laws and regulations
    • Serve as subject matter expert to lead, anticipate, and drive solutions for a range of legal and business issues
    • Work with the Business on strategic and other complex contracts and support the Business in negotiating and enforcing these contracts

    Director, Compliance Counsel | Acadia Pharmaceuticals
    Provides legal and compliance expertise and counsel for all Acadia promotional and medical affairs materials and activities. Legal representative on the Legal, Medical and Regulatory committee (“MLR”). Provides advice, reviews and approves all internal and external promotional and medical materials. Ensures all materials are developed in accordance with Company standards and all applicable laws and regulations. Provides support to the VP, Chief Compliance Officer with respect to company’s promotional and medical affairs activities, other compliance and legal activities and support of internal and external investigations as needed. Works closely with Compliance and Legal colleagues. May interact with government agencies, law firms, trade organizations and other external agencies.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Legal representative of MLR committee. Provides timely legal review of all materials submitted for Medical/Regulatory/Legal (MLR) Review. Works closely with Commercial, Medical and Regulatory Affairs colleagues
    • Provides legal advice and counseling on various issues, including but not limited to Food & Drug Administration (FDA) labeling, marketing strategies, promotional tactics and materials, direct-to-consumer advertising campaigns and programs, patient support programs, customer interactions, healthcare professional (HCP) engagements, and commercial sponsorships
    • Proactively identifies risks, opportunities and mitigating actions, and collaborates across business functions to implement
    • Works closely with leadership from line of business in developing strategy and achieving objectives

    Director, Corporate Counsel (hybrid) | American Water
    To provide legal counsel and representation to the leadership team on a variety of legal risks and opportunities, (regulation, litigation; employment; labor; business development; environmental, etc.) and other business matters.

    Key Accountabilities

    • Provide advice and counsel on a pro-active basis to executives, senior managers and employees in respect to legal issues affecting the business.
    • Meet internal customer’s legal needs.
    • Assist in the maximization of quality, cost and efficiency of acquired outside legal services.
    • Serve as a member of the Functional Legal Team.
    • Support the Regional General Counsel in building the capabilities of the functional legal team.
    • Be a source of high caliber legal resources for the business.
    • Assist in providing legislative/regulatory evaluations and advice, including the drafting of proposed legislation or changes thereto and possibly providing explanation of the organization’s position on such matters for legislators and governmental administrators.

    Legal Counsel | XiFin, Inc.
    The Legal Counsel is a versatile attorney who enjoys variety, responsibility and independence in a supportive environment. We are at a great stage of development: our large customer base provides stability and our product and market expansion, providing new challenges and interesting legal work. You will have a passion for solving challenges and will seek out ways to improve processes and drive efficiency. This role requires strong organizational, analytical, contract drafting, researching and verbal and written communication skills.

    What Will You Do?

    • Provide primary support for vendor contracts, primarily IT, Software and Marketing procurements
    • Support business development contracts
    • Research and advise on a variety of legal and compliance matters
    • Participate in business projects including mergers and acquisitions
    • Collaborate cross-functionally with business leaders to provide practical legal counsel and advice and effective business and legal solutions on strategic initiatives

    Assistant General Counsel | EPC
    Reporting to the company's General Counsel, the Assistant General Counsel will be responsible for providing legal representation to the company across a broad range of strategic areas, including commercial contracts, corporate governance, regulatory, insurance, employment/HR and office leasing. The Assistant General Counsel will provide daily cross functional support to, and work collaboratively with, team members throughout the company, including, executive, finance, sales, procurement, customer success, engineering, manufacturing, and human resources.

    The Assistant General Counsel will lead and handle commercial transactions across EPC Power's organization and provide practical advice on various legal risks, business strategies and other issues.


    • Draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of commercial agreements, including without limitation, Equipment Supply Agreements, Master Purchase Agreements, Service Level Agreements, Manufacturing Agreements, Commercial Leases, Vendor Agreements, Consulting Agreements, and NDAs
    • Give accurate and timely counsel to management on a wide variety of legal topics (contracts, finance, corporate, insurance, and employment/HR, etc.)
    • Draft, review and negotiate agreements, contracts and other legal documents on behalf of the company
    • Work with management to develop, draft and implement internal policies
    • Assist General Counsel with the development and oversight of the legal department's organizational infrastructure, i.e. contract management, legal resources, outside legal services, etc.

    Senior Counsel | Sharp
    The Senior Counsel will serve as staff legal counsel for the Legal Affairs Department, will be responsible for managing ongoing legal projects, performing legal support functions and providing advice to Sharp HealthCare's executive and service management, system services and entity-based leaders, functional and service line leaders, and other management and staff on a wide variety of matters. The Senior Counsel also will provide education to staff to ensure awareness of, and efforts are made for compliance with, applicable federal, state and local laws, rules and regulations, all with the goals of improving the quality, effectiveness, efficiency and accuracy of the health care operations and services of Sharp HealthCare and its affiliates. The Senior Counsel will be self-driven and take the initiative to proactively and timely handle assigned matters and serve as a valuable resource for the entire Legal Affairs Department.

    Corporate Commercial Counsel | TuSimple
    TuSimple's Corporate Counsel is a well-versed thought-partner, who actively engages in robust discussions of complex business issues and provides creative solutions for the company's commercial business needs, particularly as it relates to procurement and contract management. We are willing to consider attorneys with only law firm experience looking to go in-house. Experience working for a publicly traded company is preferred but not required.

    Role Responsibilities:

    • Develops, implements, and refines the commercial contract review process, including procurement procedures, approvals, and legal contract review, with a focus on efficiency and scalability while mitigating risk.
    • Constructs and maintains templates; modifies existing agreements as necessary.
    • Provides legal support for data governance and export control matters relating to company personnel.
    • Demonstrates professional integrity while operating under pressure by challenging the status quo and questioning ideas and decisions to ensure a robust decision-making process for both internal and external stakeholders.
    • Crafts solutions and suggests process improvements to enable the company to achieve its business goals while adequately managing legal risk.
    • Develops and maintains strong relationships across the Company through cross-functional team collaboration and partnership.

    VP of Legal | Flock Freight
    We are seeking a seasoned in-house generalist who thrives in fast-paced, high-growth environments. You have worked in a senior level in-house role before, and have substantive knowledge in corporate securities and governance, commercial contracts, employment law, intellectual property, marketing regulations, data privacy and more. With your deep knowledge and strategic vision, you will help drive the success of the company and the future direction of the legal department.


    • Providing legal guidance and support on a wide range of corporate legal issues, including corporate securities and governance, employment, commercial contracts, intellectual property, risk and compliance, and data privacy and security matters
    • Managing outside counsel to direct and oversee the Company’s litigation and dispute resolution proceedings
    • Reviewing, negotiating, and drafting contracts and other legal documents
    • Advising on potential legal risks and developing strategies to mitigate those risks
    • Collaborating with cross-functional teams to ensure that the company's business activities are in compliance with relevant laws and regulations

    Corporate Counsel | Flatiron
    This is your opportunity to join our high-performing legal team and partner with our Preconstruction group to play a pivotal role in the project pursuit process. You will provide legal advice and counsel to the management team related to the Company's business (or the Company's subsidiaries). Your Initial focus will be on transactional work; as you progress your career with Flatiron you will have development opportunities to work in other areas based on interest (such as litigation, risk mitigation on projects, and compliance.)


    • Review large project contract documents and identify and analyze legal risks related to these projects and report on legal risk to management.
    • Participate in one-on-one meetings with owners to support the negotiation of contracts
    • Liaise with project owners to educate them on solutions for the optimum risk sharing in the Contracts
    • Participate in Industry events representing Flatiron, providing feedback regarding project delivery, risk management, and other contractual and commercial matters
    • Work with joint venture partners and external counsel to close out deals, completing closing paperwork, obtain relevant signatures, preparing closing books.
    • Preparing user manuals summarizing key components of project contracts for use by the project team.
    • Review submission requirements and forms in Requests for Proposal.
    • Drafting and updating company contract templates.
    • Develop, strengthen and sustain productive and collaborative working relationship with personnel at all levels to encourage and continue the proactive use of in-house legal counsel.
    • Ensure compliance with contract management procedures.
    • Provide ongoing support to project site teams for the legal review of subcontracts, purchase order agreements, and service agreements.
    • Provide training to project site teams regarding contractual issues.

    Associate General Counsel - Real Estate | 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 and supporting its retail expansion. In this position, you will provide support for a broad range of real estate matters, including representing Vuori in all aspects of real estate transactions, identifying and advising on issues, and formulating legal strategies to achieve Vuori's objectives.

    Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

    • Partnering with the General Counsel &; Corporate Secretary and Retail team on Vuori's Real Estate legal infrastructure
    • Draft and negotiate leases and other related documentation
    • Provide counsel to, and strategically collaborate with, business partners regarding real estate strategy, issues, lease interpretation and enforcement, and other related legal advice
    • Advocate Vuori's position on essential lease, operating, and corporate issues in leases, subordination /non-disturbance agreements, estoppels, license agreements, amendments and other related contracts
    • Manage real estate related litigation and provide supervision for outside counsel, as needed
    • Manage real estate-related budget and resourcing strategies

    Manager, Privacy Compliance & Risk Management | ResMed
    We are looking for a strong Manager, Privacy Compliance & Risk Management reporting into the Global Senior Director of Privacy Compliance and Risk Management. Privacy reports into the legal organization. You will collaborate with a worldwide team of diverse privacy professionals to support ResMed's mission to improve the quality of life for people. You have a proven leadership record of successfully developing privacy team members and operationalizing privacy principles. You enjoy learning in a fast-paced environment. You operate with a partner and problem-solving mindset and collaborate with leaders across the business to support customer-centric initiatives applying privacy by design principles; also, you enable business objectives while minimizing privacy risks.


    • Performs privacy impact risks assessments and ensures proper documentation for accountability purposes. 
    • Partners with the business to implement and operationalize privacy by design principles.
    • Develops and manages the work of privacy analysts who conduct data processing assessments and vendor reviews.
    • Leads the investigation and management of privacy incidents in a designated region, breach notifications and reportable events in collaboration with the legal and corporate communications teams. 

    Commercial & Corporate Legal Counsel | Armis
    The selected individual is able to combine various operational aspects of the Legal team as well as supporting various commercial negotiation efforts. To succeed in this role, you will incorporate a pragmatic business-minded approach, with strong understanding of our key commercial terms, sales and other go-to-market processes, and an ability to organize and implement various processes. You'll work closely with other business-minded professionals on all facets of our business with focus on the operational and scaling aspects of the Legal department. Knowledge of and/or ability to learn basic elements and administration of corporate legal matters is a plus.


    • Managing the intake and prioritization process for the flow of commercial transactions
    • Develop and own the contract management processes to support our busy team
    • Work cross functionally to help drive contract review, redlines, signature and tracking
    • Assist with CLM implementation and management
    • Review and draft various agreements based on playbooks and best practices
    • Help create commercial contracts playbooks based on best practice

    Corporate Counsel | Dudek
    Reporting to the General Counsel, the Corporate Counsel will be a key new member of the Legal Department and will provide legal support for Dudek's established and growing business. The role will focus on contracts (review, negotiation and management) but will also include a variety of other corporate and legal compliance matters.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of contracts including master services agreements, subcontractor agreements, vendor agreements, teaming agreements, and non-disclosure agreements.
    • Provide legal advice to internal teams on contract matters including contract interpretation, compliance and enforcement, disputes, risk assessment and legal and regulatory compliance.
    • Partner with internal practices to address current needs and anticipate future areas of growth.
    • Resolve legal and compliance issues using negotiation skills
    • Ensure compliance with federal, state and local laws and regulations.
    • Stay informed on new laws and case law trends with respect to contracts and regulatory developments.

    Patent Counsel, Associate | 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 seeks 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. Candidates should understand the technology, business plans, product roadmaps, industry practices, domestic and international patent laws, and desire to work in a cooperative atmosphere to achieve these goals. Specific responsibilities include portfolio management, managing outside counsel for strategic preparation and prosecution of patent assets, 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. We encourage candidates with degrees related to the ones listed below to apply for this role, even if their Bachelor’s degree isn’t specifically listed. We seek teammates to help us continue protecting Qualcomm’s many breakthrough technologies that are transforming how the world connects, computes, and communicates.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or related field.
    • Juris Doctorate from ABA accredited law school.
    • Patent Attorneys working in the US must be registered at the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
    • US: Admitted to a state bar in good standing.
    • 2+ years of experience in patent preparation, prosecution, or litigation experience.

    Lead IP Legal Counsel | Dexcom, Inc.
    To foster growth and innovation at Dexcom, this individual will support all aspects of Intellectual Property (IP) detailed below including IP procurement, enforcement, and competitive analysis. This individual will work with and advise internal clients at all levels of R&D and business leadership on various IP matters. As a key team member, this individual must be a highly motivated self-starter, who is comfortable collaborating as part of a team, communicating directly with senior leaders, and working independently. The Lead IP Legal Counsel will support the strategic management of intellectual property matters for the company including supporting a global IP portfolio, performing landscape and freedom to operate analyses.

    This is a hybrid role which requires the individual be available to be on-site in the San Diego office as required.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Supporting technical and business stakeholders on patent matters
    • Implementing a patent strategy for Dexcom's innovations
    • Interacting with patent offices throughout the world to strengthen and accelerate the issuance of Dexcom's patented innovations
    • Prosecuting domestic and global patent matters and managing outside patent prosecution counsel both domestically and globally
    • Coordinating and reviewing patent research and analysis projects, including prior art searches, competitive intelligence, landscapes, patentability analyses, portfolio analyses, infringement/non-infringement analyses, and validity/invalidity analyses
    • Coordinating and managing invention disclosure review and patent harvesting projects

    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.

    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.


    • 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.

    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.

    Senior Corporate Counsel - Commercial (hybrid) | Neurocrine Biosciences
    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

    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.

    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

    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.

    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.


    • 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.

    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. 

    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.

    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. 

    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.

    Orange County Area

    Corporate Counsel - Contracts/Employment | Kia*
    The Corporate Counsel – Contracts/Employment position will provide legal counsel and guidance to all levels of the Company, including executive management. The Corporate Counsel will focus on providing legal advice regarding the Company’s: (i) commercial contracts while managing their draft, review, and revision; and (ii) employment-related matters. Other responsibilities include supporting KUS’ legal department, as needed, in all other areas. As an integral part of the team, the Corporate Counsel will proactively assess legal risks and advise on decisions that will provide years of benefit to the overall organization.

    Major Responsibilities:

    • Structure, 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
    • Prepare training materials for internal clients, to include contract principles, negotiation strategy, and general procedures, etc.
    • Work with finance, procurement, and business clients to manage/supervise contract approval process

    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. This position is in Irvine, CA and will require minimum 3 days onsite per week.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Strategically manage and develop a global patent portfolio protecting key Edwards innovation
    • Collaborate with R&D, marketing, and other business functions to identify new inventions and opportunities to create additional IP
    • Review and evaluate invention disclosures for patentability
    • Conduct regular Invention Committee Review meetings to evaluate, with senior R&D personnel, invention disclosures and determine which inventions should be captured in patent filings
    • Develop a strategy for expanding patent coverage for key innovation
    • Prepare and prosecute patent applications, direct outside counsel in the prosecution of applications outside the United States
    • Evaluate freedom to operate for projects in development

    VP of Legal Affairs - Commercial Contracts | Xponential Fitness, Inc.
    The Vice President of Legal Affairs- Commercial Contracts is a key member of the legal department reporting directly to the Chief Legal Officer with responsibility for a wide array of commercial contracts. This is a great opportunity for a well-rounded, self-starting contracts attorney to deploy their skillset in a dynamic environment with direct responsibility for protecting the company's interests while taking practical, business-minded positions in commercial negotiations and relationships.


    • Reviews, drafts and negotiates commercial contracts ranging from complex, bespoke strategic partnerships to templatized, ordinary course agreements, including B2B, advertising, content, endorsement, vendor, SaaS, master service, consulting, and non-disclosure agreements (but excluding franchise and related agreements which are managed by the VP Legal Affairs - Franchising)
    • Liaises with outside counsel on significant commercial contracts requiring outside counsel support
    • Manages and continuously improves template agreements in practice area
    • In coordination with other legal department professionals, implements and administers document management system, contract intake and procedures, and contract signature policy
    • Provides strategic and proactive legal advice to business clients
    • Effectively communicates and manages business client expectations while adequately planning and organizing resources to keep pace with business demand and deadlines

    Associate General Counsel (remote) | Optum
    Primary Responsibilities:

    • Advise on labor and employment matters including hiring, terminations, discrimination, wage & hour issues, disability accommodation, state, and federal compliance (e.g., ADA, ADEA, Title VII, FMLA, FLSA, OFCCP and WARN Act) and investigations
    • Manage employment arbitrations and litigation
    • Support resolution of attorney demand letters, and federal, state, and local agency claims and charges
    • Provide employment law support for mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures
    • Prepare, negotiate, and evaluate risks involved with complex employment and similar agreements, including those containing employee non-competes and other restrictive covenants
    • Maintain a thorough knowledge of industry-leading practices and trends
    • Provide educational information and training on labor and employment matters
    • Occasional travel

    VP, Deputy of Compliance - Legal | Western Digital
    The Vice President/Deputy Compliance Officer is responsible for providing strategic and legal guidance regarding Western Digital’s compliance program. This includes leading and overseeing the Company’s Global Import and Export Compliance, Antibribery and Anticorruption (ABAC), IP Compliance, and Data Analytics within the Ethics and Compliance department.

    This broad role ensures enterprise-wide compliance with Export Administration Regulations (EAR), Office of Foreign Asset Controls (OFAC) regulations and programs, economic and trade sanctions programs, Trade Agreement Act (TAA), Customs and Border Protection (CBP) regulations, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), UK Bribery Act (UKBA), Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA), other applicable trade, corruption and trade secret laws and regulations in countries where Western Digital operates, and WDC’s Global Code of Conduct. The Vice President/Deputy Compliance Officer will drive implementation of third-party risk management controls within procurement and sales business processes, lead the ABAC team in managing risk-based diligence processes for third parties and overseeing conflicts of interest disclosure processes, advise the Company on distributor channel compliance and technology/trade secret solutions, and partner with many high-level stakeholders in the Company to provide guidance on new and emerging trade compliance regulations. To support the above objectives, the Vice President/Deputy Compliance Officer will lead global teams that implement and act upon compliance risk assessments, design and deliver global training and communications to drive and sustain a strong culture of compliance, use data analytics to ensure compliance through monitoring and testing and provide budget and other day-to-day operational support to subject matter experts within the Ethics and Compliance function.

    Senior Legal Counsel | EKN Development Group
    We're looking for an experienced, talented, and highly motivated attorney to support our rapidly growing and evolving business. You should be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment providing legal counsel with specialized legal skills in commercial law and the hotel development and management industry. You will be responsible for counseling the business by giving proactive, professional, and creative legal support. You'll need to bring negotiation and drafting skills with a strong business sense to deal with multi-functional teams in a rapidly scaling business. You will collaborate with various departments (Development/Entitlement, Project Finance and Construction), advising on legal risks, business strategies and other issues related to the business.

    Job Responsibilities:

    • Commercial Loan document review and negotiation
    • Complicated corporate/LLC operating
    • Hotel management agreements would be nice
    • Brand franchise agreements would be nice
    • ALTA survey and acquisition due diligence review.

    Counsel (Consumer Protection) Remote | Interior Logic Group
    We’re looking for experienced Counsel (Consumer Protection) to support the growing B2C segments of the company’s design and installation services for homebuilding and renovation/remodeling. Reporting to Senior Counsel, this lawyer will be responsible for all legal and compliance aspects of privacy, data protection, consumer finance, marketing & advertising, online websites/applications/platforms, e-commerce, and other consumer protection issues across the company’s existing and new business lines. S/he will assess legal risk, work with the business to develop and evolve compliance programs for each consumer-facing business line, draft/review/negotiate contracts, and provide guidance regarding specific legal issues that arise.

    Counsel will also contribute to the legal department’s support of the HR department and the technology team, help with acquisition due diligence, and assist with other responsibilities of the legal department as needed. This position requires ongoing interaction with internal business leaders as well as external business partners to identify and practically address legal risk in a dynamic environment.

    Key Responsibilities:

    • Provide legal support across the company regarding consumer protection issues
      • Contract drafting, review, and negotiation
      • Work with business to develop internal processes and procedures
      • Provide legal advice to business leaders with respect to specific business decisions and operations

    Vice President, Risk & Legal Affairs | Silverado Associates
    Your diligence and expertise will provide the leadership to meet the following responsibilities:

    Risk Management:

    • Develop the risk management strategy for the company and execute through strong leadership and highly developed business skills and leverage of internal and external alliances
    • Lead the procurement of all insurance coverage, budget allocations, policy audits, corporate development due diligence, insured claims management, establishment of risk management processes and development of entire insurance risk management program
    • Utilize your broad-based knowledge of operational and clinical risks as well as accessing internal and external experts as needed to provide guidance to internal stakeholders both proactively and reactively
    • Provide internal and external training on company's risk appetite, approved insurance requirements, notice requirements and all other insurable risk policies and procedures
    • Partner with colleagues and business partners to monitor and evaluate internal and external safety and loss control processes including loss prevention, employee safety and facility security

    EPC Legal Counsel (remote) | Hanwha Q CELLS USA Corp
    HQC US is seeking a Counsel to assist with its growing Commercial & Industrial engineering, procurement, and construction business. HQC US's Commercial & Industrial practice is in its infancy and as such, is uniquely situated to grow within the Commercial & Industrial space and the company as HQC US pursues its goal of being a fully integrated renewable energy provider. The chosen candidate will join a legal team that handles the full life cycle of renewable energy projects from development to sale.

    The Counsel's primary focus will be supporting HQC US with legal needs arising in connection with the engineering, procurement and construction of solar, solar plus battery energy storage, and standalone battery energy storage projects in the Commercial & Industrial space, but will also have the opportunity to assist on Utility Scale projects. These needs include reviewing, drafting, and effectively negotiating EPC Agreements, service contracts, subcontracts, supply contracts, and other construction-related agreements. This position reports to the General Counsel or another senior management personnel that the President of the Company may designate. This is a full-time position that reports to HQC US's Irvine office and may require some limited travel. Preference will be given to candidates located in Southern California; however, this position may be remote for the right candidate. 

    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.


    • 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.

    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.


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