Description:

The Associate General Counsel will be predominantly responsible for a high volume of software sales and vendor agreement review, some privacy and cybersecurity matters, and employee matters as they arise (including managing the immigration portfolio globally). This individual will oversee a variety of legal issues touching all aspects of the business, is flexible and excited about learnings new items and remains process driven, detailed in their work, and efficient.

The Associate General Counsel position requires a broad range of legal knowledge and will touch every aspect of the business. In this role, counsel will work predominantly transactional matters, but will also have the opportunity to manage matters relating to immigration, privacy, cybersecurity, IP, insurance, litigation and more. The ideal candidate will be a strategist and an innovator with a positive, can-do attitude who brings fresh ideas and a creative approach to the organization.

Responsibilities working as part of the global legal team:
  • Provide legal support in drafting, reviewing and negotiating contractual agreements, including customer and vendor agreements, supply agreements and more.
  • Provide legal advice, support and assistance on array of matters, including privacy and cybersecurity , while balancing business flexibility but minimizing risk.
  • Manage employee legal matters in the US and globally, including the global immigration portfolio, with the support of outside counsel.
  • Supervise and manage special projects from time to time.
  • Interact with various subsidiaries and business units across the globe in addressing legal concerns and issues. Assist with all day-to-day legal matters as they arise.

Qualifications:
  • Admitted to a State Bar within the US, in “active and good standing”
  • Juris Doctor from an accredited law school within the US
  • 3-4 years of post-Bar admission experience, preferably initially in a reputable commercial or corporate law firm and then within an in-house legal department, but either are acceptable
  • Ability to work efficiently and handle multiple high priority matters at any given time.
  • Strong analytical, negotiating, writing and communication skills with excellent interpersonal communications skills (written and verbal) required.
  • Team player who can also work independently and thrives in a fast-paced environment. Work beyond normal business hours is required occasionally to support business needs or projects.
  • Proven experience drafting and negotiating a wide variety of commercial contracts
  • Good understanding of software, privacy and cybersecurity laws.
  • Some understanding of employee and immigration law is a plus