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Successful candidate will report to the General Counsel and provide legal support across an array of practice areas, including: business transactions, corporate governance, employment and labor, health care and insurance, licensing and regulatory compliance, intellectual property and technology, risk management, and litigation management.
•Review, draft, and negotiate a range of agreements, including client agreements, vendor and subcontractor agreements, business associate agreements, confidentiality and nondisclosure agreements, employment agreements, and corporate finance agreements
•Research, analyze, and advise on a wide spectrum of legal issues; stay abreast and provide counsel on applicable federal and state laws and developments in such laws
•Collaborate closely with business units to Identify legal risks and provide creative and strategic solutions to protect the company’s interests while aiding business growth and development
•Assist the General Counsel with corporate governance, maintaining corporate records, and preparing for quarterly and special meetings
•Respond to subpoenas and record requests; perform discovery, as needed; handle and manage legal holds
•Help manage the company’s IP portfolio; assist with protection and enforcement measures
•Assist in developing, maintaining, and updating legal systems and records
•Research, develop, and help implement policies and procedures
•Perform other tasks and projects as assigned
Education and/or Experience:
•J.D. from a top-tier law school and excellent academic credentials
•Current active membership in the State Bar of California
•2+ years of relevant transactional experience at a law firm or corporation; in-house experience preferred
•Exceptional writing, analytical, and verbal communication skills
•Ability to swiftly learn complex legal issues, thoroughly examine all sides of an issue, and distill complexities into concise advice that can be used practically by business units
•Meticulous attention to detail
•Self-starting, proactive, innovative, and industrious
•Strong organizational skills with the ability to manage numerous projects and deadlines simultaneously
•Strong sense of responsibility with high standards of ethics and integrity
•High level of professionalism and outstanding business judgment
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