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Senior Counsel, Litigation
Uber
Washington, D.C.
Uber’s Global Litigation, Regulatory Investigations & Competition team handles some of Uber's most high-profile matters and is comprised of four sub-teams: US litigation, Global Competition Law, eDiscovery, and Government/Regulatory Investigations and Litigation.

About The Role:
Uber's Litigation Team is looking for an exceptional, business-oriented attorney to manage an array of complex U.S. corporate litigation, as well as counsel the business as we develop new products and open markets. This position will report to a Legal Director, Litigation and can be based in San Francisco, Chicago, Dallas, Washington D.C. or New York. This is a great opportunity to join a best-in-class legal department and work on cutting edge issues in an exciting, fast-paced environment.

What You’ll Do:
Manage and lead strategy for a diverse range of corporate litigation matters across the country, in a multitude of practice areas (consumer protection, competition, securities, and other general business claims, to name just a few), and at various procedural stages (from pre-litigation threats and small claims to class certification, trial/arbitrations, and appeals)
Take a hands-on approach to all facets of litigation, including fact investigation, drafting and revising legal briefs, responding to discovery requests, preparing witnesses for testimony, and negotiating and drafting settlements
Bring legal work in-house where possible; Supervise all aspects of outside counsel relationships, including staffing, litigation strategy, budgets and invoices, compliance with outside counsel guidelines, and work product
Craft succinct, practical legal advice to achieve ambitious business goals, including counseling the business on contracts, advertising, trade secret protection, and current/future products
Identify, review, analyze and mitigate litigation risks
Develop, implement, and enforce company policies and compliance efforts, including training employees on potential litigation risks

Basic Qualifications:
A minimum of eight (8+) years of broad litigation experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department
J.D. and license to practice law in at least one state is required.

Preferred Qualifications:
Know-how and self-sufficiency to manage a case through pleadings, motion practice, complex e-discovery, dispute resolution and trial
Exceptional legal research, writing, negotiation, and advocacy skills
Strong interpersonal skills to work effectively at all levels of the organization
Adhering to high ethical, moral and personal values in decision, communications, actions, and when dealing with others
Stellar case evaluation abilities, integrity, business judgment, critical thinking, and the capacity to oversee a large portfolio of matters
Mediation, arbitration or trial experience preferred
Deposition experience (including presenting witnesses)
Familiarity with eDiscovery issues, including document retention policies and procedures as well as collection, review, and production of documents
Highly motivated, efficient, organized, and laser-focused on details; able to juggle multiple projects at a time in a fast paced environment
Team player mentality, including good sense of humor and willingness to pitch in on projects no matter how big or small
Enthusiastic about Uber!

Here is the link to apply: https://www.uber.com/global/en/careers/list/103350/?iis=marketing&iisn=Linkedin&iisp=paid&linkedin_sponsored=sponsored&rx_campaign=Linkedin1&rx_group=1462&rx_job=103350_88448423&rx_medium=post&rx_r=none&rx_source=Linkedin&rx_ts=20210709T061623Z&rx_viewer=9de3d6b7eb1f11ebae2ad9ba1f96947c415d5a9ce81142549cc9cc39eb91bd6b

Associate General Counsel
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Chevy Chase, Md.
 
HHMI is focused on supporting and moving science forward in a variety of different ways ranging from conducting basic biomedical research, empowering educators, inspiring students, developing the next generation of scientists – even stretching into film and media production.  Our Headquarters is in Chevy Chase, MD and is home to over 300 employees with expertise in communications, digital production, biomedical sciences, and everything in between.  The work housed here supports and augments the groundbreaking research conducted in HHMI labs across the nation.  As HHMI scientists continue to push boundaries in laboratories and classrooms, you can be sure that your contributions while working here are making a difference.

Recognized as one of the world’s leading and most innovative medical research organizations, Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) is recruiting for an experienced attorney with a proven record of client service and a practical, problem-solving approach to providing legal services to join its team as an Associate General Counsel at HHMI’s headquarters in Chevy Chase, Maryland.

HHMI’s Office of the General Counsel (OGC) supports and partners closely with HHMI’s programmatic and operational departments. OGC lawyers develop an in-depth understanding of HHMI’s mission and operational goals, participate in strategic planning, find innovative solutions to our clients’ needs, and strive to provide the most efficient, practical, and timely advice possible. We encourage collaborative and results-driven working styles and offer an environment where employees can function at their highest level.

Summary: Each Associate General Counsel at HHMI handles diverse legal matters arising at a group of HHMI research sites, as well as a portfolio of other matters arising from HHMI’s programmatic or operational departments. Work associated with the research sites includes review and negotiation of a wide array of agreements, such as those involving industry and academic collaborations with HHMI scientists, and frequent interaction with both HHMI management and scientists to advise them on relevant legal issues and the interpretation and application of HHMI research policies. The portfolio of other HHMI programmatic or operational matters for which the successful candidate will be responsible may include science education initiatives as well as other areas depending, in part, on OGC’s needs as well as the successful candidate’s past experience and expertise.

Preferred Qualifications, Skills, and Abilities:
- J.D. degree with a strong academic background.
- Active membership of an established Bar.
- At least seven years of experience as an attorney in private practice with a law firm, or in a for-profit, non-profit, or government legal department.
- Significant experience in legal practice including drafting, reviewing and negotiating complex legal agreements; drafting and reviewing legal memoranda; analyzing complex legal and factual issues; performing substantive legal research; and regularly interacting with and advising clients.
- Experience with life sciences matters and intellectual property issues, including copyright and new media platforms, is a plus.
- Excellent interpersonal, analytical, problem-solving, and organizational skills.
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Excellent judgment; able to handle multiple projects and set priorities.
- Able and willing to handle a variety of tasks across a broad range of substantive areas and to learn new areas quickly.
- Creativity and positive attitude.

Application Instructions:​ To apply, please include a brief cover letter (one-page limit) and resume.

Here is the link to apply: https://hhmi.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/External/job/Headquarters/Associate-General-Counsel_R-548?source=Linkedin

Legal Counsel - RPS Operations Oversight
T. Rowe Price
Owings Mills, Md.

A career at T. Rowe Price says you want to contribute and make a difference at a leading global investment management firm where success results from the dedication our associates have in building success for our clients. We are a growing organization of associates from diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives.

We take a long-term view on associates and their careers. Our associates do phenomenal work with purpose, and as a result, we provide growth opportunities through in-person and online training, management development programs, and career development on the job.

If you are seeking a meaningful work experience along with a workplace culture that thrives on teamwork, we invite you to explore the opportunity to join us.

Legal Counsel, RPS Operations Oversight

Legal Counsel, RPS Operations Oversight provides support of T. Rowe Price Retirement Plan Services, Inc. (RPS) and its business process outsourcing (BPO) of recordkeeping of qualified and non-qualified retirement plans, including advising business teams interacting with vendors providing day-to-day retirement plan operations.  The incumbent will work under minimal supervision to resolve appropriate inquiries from business teams by conducting legal research, analyzing findings, and making recommendations to the business units to support their decision-making process.  The incumbent will use his or her knowledge of the T. Rowe Price businesses to understand intersections with other legal areas and will coordinate with team members (Senior Legal Counsel and Managing Counsel) as well as attorneys in other groups to ensure that comprehensive legal advice is provided to the business on requested topics. In performing responsibilities, incumbent will work independently with the business units to discuss legal issues, and will interact with regulators, clients, compliance teams, Senior Legal Counsel, and Managing Counsel, as required.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
Providing independent legal support for business partners in the retirement plan services business unit, including assisting with governance of T. Rowe Price’s recordkeeping programs, policies and procedures
Advising on matters affecting the recordkeeping of qualified and non-qualified retirement plans
Consulting and assisting with documentation of governance programs in connection with business process outsourcing vendors utilized by the retirement plan services business unit
Assisting with negotiations and contract amendment requests to implement service changes with BPO vendors
In collaboration with business partners, developing remediation strategies for the correction of errors and negotiating remediation with clients and recordkeeping vendors, as applicable
Coordination of transfer agency principles with BPO vendors
Formulates legal advice in close collaboration with other members of the RPS Legal team and legal management to insure consistency of approach and risk tolerance
Aligning legal advice with other areas of the RPS Legal team when implementing new or changed recordkeeping services
Serving as a subject matter expert on tax, ERISA and regulatory and legislative developments that may impact qualified or non-qualified retirement plans, their design and operations

QUALIFICATIONS:
Preferred:
5+  years experience with an in-depth understanding of employee benefits law, with an emphasis on the Internal Revenue Code and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder applicable to Section 401(a) qualified retirement plans, Section 403(b) plans, Section 457(b) plans, and nonqualified deferred compensation plans under Section 409A
Previous experience advising on plan design and defined contribution plan recordkeeping services and related practices, processes and procedures is preferred
Prior experience with BPO models with an emphasis on oversight and governance
Ability to master details and appreciate bigger picture strategy is critical
Expertise in error remediation and correction, including the use of the IRS Employee Plans Compliance Resolution System
Ability to apply structured, logical, thinking to analyzing operational issues, answering inquiries, evaluating risks, and interpreting legal principles relative to applicable laws, rules, regulations, and precedents
Desirable to have a strong background working with business and compliance partners to implement and/or revise compliance programs
Should have experience working with individuals at varying levels of seniority and expertise; experience managing small teams of lawyers and paralegals is desirable
Prior experience working as in-house counsel to a plan recordkeeper, auditor, TPA or retirement services firm is preferred
Strong writing skills

Required:
College Degree
Law Degree from accredited School of Law.
Active member in good standing of the bar of a U.S. state or jurisdiction.

Here is the link to apply: https://troweprice.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/TRowePrice/login?redirect=%2FTRowePrice%2Fjob%2FOwings-Mills-MD%2FLegal-Counsel---RPS-Operations-Oversight_52392%2Fapply%3Fsource%3DLinkedIn_Slots

Legal Counsel - Go To Market
Workday
McLean, Va.

At Workday, we help the world’s largest organizations adapt to what’s next by bringing finance, HR, and planning into a single enterprise cloud. We work hard, and we’re serious about what we do. But we like to have fun, too. We put people first, celebrate diversity, drive innovation, and do good in the communities where we live and work.

About the Team:
The Emerging Products GTM Legal team provides transactional counsel and support for sales teams in connection with Workday’s recently acquired affiliates. We liaise with the broader Workday legal team and other cross-functional teams to help drive alignment and implement integration strategy for the acquired products into Workday. We work closely with GTM leadership to create contract templates and negotiation playbooks as well as enhance contract processes and operations in support of a high volume of technology transactions.

About the Role:
The GTM Legal Counsel will serve as Workday’s new transactional counsel to support North America customer base sales for Workday’s newly acquired affiliate Peakon and liaise with the broader Workday legal team as we work aggressively to integrate Peakon into Workday. This legal counsel will support a highly valued and rapidly growing business function focused on renewal and expansion transactions for existing Workday customers and will support this sales team while partnering effectively with deals management, sales operations and legal operations.

We need a strong SaaS transactional counsel, with excellent business judgment and interpersonal skills, keen understanding of data privacy and security issues, and creative problem-solving capabilities to close deals and refine the Peakon legal terms and go-to-market approach for North America.

This legal counsel will drive a high volume of valuable technology transactions, which will include negotiation and drafting of data processing and professional services agreements, assignments and amendments. They will provide proactive strategic advice regarding business and legal issues and risks and train our North America customer base sales teams to support the innovative and rapidly growing employee engagement platform. Additionally, they will assist in implementing legal efficiencies to support and train the customer base business unit and improve our contract processes and operations in that segment, as well as help create and improve contract templates and negotiation playbooks. The role involves working closely with GTM leadership and cross-functional teams (sales, services, product, marketing) to help drive alignment and implement integration strategy for North America sales.

Our preferred location would be Workday's HQ office in Pleasanton, CA but we will also consider candidates in Atlanta, Chicago or Tyson's Corner, VA.

Basic Qualifications:
• JD from a recognized U.S. law school and licensed to practice in California, or eligible for in-house registration
• 5+ years’ experience with a leading software or technology company
• CIPP/E Certification and/or deep understanding of complex global data privacy laws and principles

Other Qualifications:
• Strong understanding of compliance and regulatory requirements in highly regulated industries such as financial services and healthcare
• Excellent contract negotiation and drafting skills, comfortable and adept at teaming with sales leadership in fast moving customer facing transactions
• Attention to detail, willingness to roll up their sleeves to get into the details and drive creative solutions but ability to think on the fly and drive efficient deal process and fast decision making
• Superior business judgment and the ability to address complex opportunities and issues in creative and effective ways
• Ability to see around corners to identify opportunities and issues in our software space and participate fully with the business teams charting our future sales directions
• Specific experience in a SaaS, cloud computing, enterprise software or social network environment
• Significant experience counseling global organizations on commercial and compliance issues
• Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills and the ability to create and sustain lasting relationships with customers and management
• Team player with a sense of humor

Here is the link to apply: https://workday.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/Workday/job/USA-CA-Pleasanton/Legal-Counsel---Go-To-Market_JR-51049?source=website_linkedin

Chief Legal Officer
CAVA
Washington, D.C.

At CAVA, we make it deliciously simple to eat well and feel good every day. We are guided by a Mediterranean heritage that’s been perfecting how to eat and live for four thousand years. We prioritize authenticity, curiosity and the pursuit of excellence in everything we do. We are working towards something big, together.

We foster a culture built on five core values: 
·       Positivity – Every one of us can change someone’s day for the better.   
·       Transparency –We use transparency to help us make decisions through open dialogue
·       Humility – We can always find ways to improve.
·       Fanaticism – We are passionate about the opportunity to turn every guest into a fanatic.
·       Thoughtfulness –We go above and beyond for our guests, our teams and communities. 

As a key member of the Executive leadership team the Chief Legal Officer will lead all corporate legal and compliance matters at CAVA.   As the head of our legal strategy, you will anticipate and mitigate legal, regulatory, and business risks to protect CAVA’s reputation and interest.  With sophisticated legal judgment you will provide counsel to the board of directors, the executive leadership team, senior management, and external stakeholders to drive both legal and business strategy.  

What You’ll Do:
- Provide strategic direction to the organization establishing procedures that protect the company on all legal matters including but not limited to litigation, contracts, real estate, employment law, SEC regulations, board management, risk, and liability, and compliance.
Lead, develop and mentor a high-performing legal team including an Associate General Counsel and an Assistant General Counsel, Risk Manager and Legal Manager.
- Partner with the Executive team and Board of Directors by advising the Audit Committee on all matters of risk and compliance and act as the voice of the organization for all matters of compliance.
- Act as the company’s legal expert and behave has a steward of compliance and ethics for the company, utilizing knowledge in all legal disciplines to provide internal clients with timely counsel to protect & advance the interests of the company. 
- Advise the Compensation Committee on all matters of compliance in Executive Compensation as it relates to governance, tax administration and reporting.
Act as Secretary for the Board of Directors and related Committees to include but not limited to the Compensation Committee, Audit Committee and Governance Committee.
- Document and record all necessary meeting minutes and file all necessary reports as a matter of good governance for a privately held company and move to public company requirements as necessary.
- Oversee all aspects of the employment litigation defense process, including assessing risks, developing strategy, partnering with outside counsel, reviewing and editing draft pleadings, preparing and participating in depositions and mediations, and ensuring compliance with e-discovery requirements.
- Negotiate, draft, and review complex transactional agreements and advise on enterprise-wide contracts, including technology, supply chain, commercial real estate, marketing, public relations, human resources, food quality and safety, finance, and accounting.

The Qualifications:
Twenty (20) years of experience in employment litigation, contract negotiations, real estate lease negotiations, state administrative charges, discovery, e-discovery, pre-litigation, mediation and the settlement, and related legal counseling of employers.
Experience handling complex employment litigation cases covering a variety of legal claims as lead counsel or second chair role on complex employment litigation cases
Experience serving in a lead role in responding to discovery requests, handling e-discovery issues, taking depositions, attending, and representing clients at hearings.
Demonstrated excellence in complex transactional legal work
Proven expertise with privacy, data protection, and advertising rules and regulations
Juris Doctorate from accredited University
Ability to serve leadership and supporting roles in cross-functional projects on cross-functional teams.
Strong communication skills with the ability to interact effectively across all levels of the business
Strong writing and editing skills.
Ability to identify, assess, and manage risks.
Ability to be flexible and work on a wide range of matters.

Website: Here is the link to apply: https://harri.com/support-center-hq/job/1270104-chief-legal-officer

VP Legal - Commercial Real Estate
Baltimore
Managed by Jobot Pro: Mark Raffle

$170,000 - $275,000 a year

We are a Private Commercial Lender around since 2002. We have been growing tremendously year over year, and looking to build out our internal legal team
Why join us?: An opportunity for stability, growth, and to build a team with a great company!

Job Details:
- Doing around 250 Loan packages a month – looking to double that number by End of Year
- Majority of the work will be on the transactional side, coordinating with Processing team to complete the loan documents package
- Will interface with 3rd Party Foreclosure Counsel on as needed Basis
- Aptitude to pick up Legal Research piece on the Commercial Loan Doc Compliance nationwide

- Must be barred in at least one U.S. State
- Technically Savvy to learn new systems
- Will not need to handle litigation

Here is the link to apply: https://jobot.com/search/?q=attorney&l=maryland

Advisor, Legal Counsel
Save the Children
Washington, D.C.

Requisition Number: DIREC03908

This is an exciting and unique opportunity to join a dynamic in-house legal team helping Save the Children achieve its mission while complying with applicable laws, regulations, and standards. Under the direction and supervision of the Deputy General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer, you will provide legal advice to Save the Children and its affiliates on a broad range of matters and have primary responsibility for providing legal and business advice and support for Save the Children’s human resources needs. You will also partner closely with other divisions of Save the Children, guide and continuously improve designated compliance functions, and handling legal matters as they arise in a non-profit, mission driven, team environment. This generalist role will require the ability to learn new areas of the law quickly and to apply those learnings in complex settings.

What You’ll Be Doing (Essential Duties):
In consultation with the General Counsel and Deputy General Counsel, provide legal counsel on human resources and employee relations matters, including compliance with all applicable employment laws such as Title VII, FMLA, FLSA, ADA and other applicable federal and state laws, personnel policies and procedures, hiring practices, reasonable accommodations, termination and severance, and other issues as required (30%)
As directed by the General Counsel and Deputy General Counsel, advise on a broad range of 501(c)(4) matters at a state and federal level, including compliance with applicable lobbying laws, election-related issues, and compliance concerns applicable to affiliated entities (20%)
Work closely with staff attorneys to develop expertise in additional subject matter areas and perform duties including drafting, reviewing, negotiating and approving a variety of legal and commercial agreements; conducting investigations within the purview of the Legal & Risk Management Division; responding to legal inquiries; and assisting in the development and delivery of legal and compliance policies, processes, and training materials (40%)
Monitor legal developments relevant to tax exempt organizations and disseminate information to relevant staff (10%)

Required Qualifications:
Applicants must be a graduate of an accredited law school with a J.D. and a current member of a bar with a valid license to practice law in a state or territory of the United States, District of Columbia, or Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, plus at least four (4) years of relevant experience, two (2) of which must be in the practice of law in a law firm, government agency, or in-house legal department.
Proven foundational experience in US employment law and substantive experience in at least one of the following legal areas: US government laws and regulations for tax exempt organizations; state and federal lobbying and campaign finance laws.
Demonstrated ability to independently identify legal issues and exposures and develop and articulate appropriate legal solutions
Professional proficiency in MS Office suite
Professional proficiency in spoken and written English
Demonstrated ability to communicate and collaborate successfully with individuals and teams at all levels
Proven research and negotiating skills,
Demonstrated commitment to fostering an environment of diversity, inclusion, and belonging

Preferred Qualifications:
In-house legal experience at a nonprofit organization.

Why you should join the Save the Children Team…  
Save the Children US offers outstanding benefits that include health, dental, vision and life insurances, pet insurance, short-term and long-term disability coverage, an Employee Assistance Program, 403(b), generous vacation, personal sick leave, family leave, parental/adoption leave, commuter benefits, dress for your day, and much more.     

Here is the link to apply: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/SAV1002STCF/JobBoard/7d92e82b-af74-464d-859b-c5b8cba6e92e/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=85989b5e-b949-4cac-b871-3f8f758a1a41


Litigation Counsel
Google
Washington, DC; Mountain View, Calif.; San Francisco

Note: By applying to this position you will have an opportunity to share your preferred working location for this position.

Minimum qualifications:
JD degree or equivalent experience.
3 years of attorney experience in litigation.
Admitted to the bar where the role is located and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law (e.g., have registered in-house status).

Preferred qualifications:
10 years of relevant experience.
Broad litigation experience, including but not limited to examining and defending witnesses, verbal argument, and trial experience.
Experience with antitrust litigation, shareholder litigation, and disputes.
Experience with privacy litigation and disputes, including privacy class actions and federal and California state privacy claims.
Knowledge of Google products and the broader technology industry.
Effective written and verbal communication skills and excellent interpersonal, leadership and management skills.

About the job
As Corporate Counsel at Google, you work on the most exciting legal issues as disruptive technological innovations require creative and proactive legal guidance. You're part of a whip-smart group of in-house lawyers and the projects and cases you take on challenge you to think big and differently. You are collaborative -- ready to partner in initiatives that influence all aspects of the business and work with Googlers from all over the company. As an integrated part of the team, you proactively assess legal risks and advise on products that will not only move information into the 21st century, but move information law forward as well.

The Litigation Team at Google is dedicated to advising Google on a wide variety of complex legal matters that pose litigation risk to our products and businesses around the world. We specialize in giving legal advice about litigation risks, and coming up with creative ways to mitigate and eliminate those risks. We also strive to think proactively, and advance Google’s position and interests with respect to legal policy based on litigation risks that we anticipate.

20th century laws don't always solve 21st century problems, and Google Legal crafts innovative approaches for handling some of the toughest legal challenges of the information age. Whether you're a patent attorney, an intellectual property expert or an engineer headed to law school, Google Legal lets you take on unanswered legal quandaries and create new precedents. Our innovative services raise challenging questions that demand creative and practical answers. We provide those answers by working at the crossroads of the law and new technology, helping Google build innovative and important products for users around the world.

Responsibilities
Manage all aspects of litigation disputes, and advise pre-litigation disputes.
Work closely with various legal, product, engineering, and business team members to provide counseling on litigation disputes.
Partner with outside counsel to take a role in litigation disputes.
Collaborate with other external in-house counsel and legal organizations on litigation and policy matters.

Following is the link to apply: https://careers.google.com/jobs/results/109304074320388806-litigation-counsel/?src=Online%2FLinkedIn%2Flinkedin_us&utm_campaign=contract&utm_medium=jobposting&utm_source=linkedin

Government Contracts, Associate General Counsel
Booz Allen Hamilton
McLean, Va.

Job Number: R0113245

Key Role:
Partner with business and corporate leadership to review and assess strategic transactions from a government contracts perspective, with a particular focus on the review and assessment of potential acquisitions, equity investments, divestitures, joint ventures, and similar opportunities in the federal space. Collaborate with business leadership, Legal Department leaders, and internal business partners and serve as an essential advisor in supporting, advancing, and enhancing the firm’s processes and structures for such strategic transactions. Serve as the primary point of contact for such transactions across a team of government contracts attorneys, coordinating closely with the market-aligned Associate General Counsels. Coordinate closely with internal legal and business stakeholders as well as external legal counsel to manage legal, ethics, and compliance due diligence related to potential transactions. Leverage a strong foundational knowledge of the full lifecycle of the government contracts processes and associated compliance obligations to provide sound legal and business advice in support of post-merger integration. Support preparation, review, and negotiation of transaction documentation from a government contracts perspective. Provide government contracts and compliance focused legal advice and counsel to business leaders and internal business partners and work closely with functional teams across corporate infrastructure to provide necessary guidance and input on joint risk assessments in support of broader functional diligence reviews. 

Basic Qualifications:
-- 8+ years of experience with government contracts law, including FAR, DFARS, federal procurement statutes and regulations, small business regulations, in a law firm or corporate legal department
-- Experience in conducting M&A due diligence of government contractors and supporting corporate transactions
-- Experience with supporting novation processes
-- Experience with advising on and implementing compliance structures as part of post-merger integration
-- Experience in advising professional services companies, including commercial or government industry
-- Experience with drafting and negotiating government contracts related representations and warranties as part of corporate transactions
-- Ability to provide practical and pragmatic advice to legal and business colleagues
-- Ability to obtain a security clearance
-- JD degree
-- Member in good standing of any U.S. State Bar

Additional Qualifications:
-- Experience in advising on and conversant with IT, cybersecurity, data security, incident response, and other highly technical concepts and associated regulatory and contractual requirements is preferred
-- Experience with supporting novation processes on both the buy and sell side preferred
-- Ability to show superior legal and analytical expertise and business-oriented approach to problem solving
-- Ability to work under pressure, prioritize and manage the workload and simultaneous tasks, and meet very tight deadlines in a changing, fast–paced environment
-- Possession of excellent organizational, interpersonal, client relations, and team skills
-- Possession of excellent oral and written communication skills

Here is the Link to Apply: https://bah.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/BAH_Jobs/job/USA-VA-McLean-8283-Greensboro-Dr-Hamilton/Government-Contracts--Associate-General-Counsel_R0113245?source=CWS-17380

Settlement/Title Attorney
Cardinal Title Group
Woodbridge, Va.

Cardinal Title Group is accepting resumes for a real estate/settlement attorney to join our growing team. The position will be based out of our Fredericksburg office would require oversight of team members and management of the day-to-day operations of the office. The candidate must also be able to conduct real estate settlement in that office, while also effectively performing the job functions outlined below.

Job functions include:
Prepare and review deeds, contracts, powers of attorney, trust documents, title abstract reports, and any other legal documents relevant to Cardinal Title settlements
Provide legal advice to real estate agents, their clients, while also representing Cardinal Title Group
Lead/teach educational classes relevant to real estate
Review land records and chain-of-title
Assist in resolving any title claims
Assist in various other relevant legal matters

Qualifications:
Must be a licensed attorney in Virginia
5+ years of title/real estate settlement experience

Cardinal Title offers qualified candidates a competitive salary, health benefits, 401k options, and the ability to grow within a company that continues to expand. If you think you have the experience and would like to schedule an interview, send your resume over to us today!

Here is the link to apply: http://cardinaltitlegroup.com/careers/

Associate General Counsel
SOSi
Reston, Va.

SOSi is currently seeking an experienced Associate General Counsel to join our team in Reston, VA. The Associate General Counsel is responsible for supporting all facets of SOSi’s legal department, and is expected to provide sound judgment and support optimal decision making, as well as provide legal consulting and strategic support to senior management on matters including compliance, business operations, new business opportunities and other projects requested by senior management.

Responsibilities:
Serves as the day to day attorney/legal advisor to the company’s business sectors and/or departments, including contracts, procurement/subcontracting, finance and human resources.
Works closely with other lawyers throughout company and coordinates legal matters handled by outside lawyers.
Provides legal oversight and support for other transactional legal work, including the review, drafting and negotiation of both commercial and public sector agreements.
Interprets contract terms; assesses business and legal risks to minimize loss and liability; and communicates such to management and other internal clients.
Assists with the company's responses from the proposal stage (including RFP responses) through contract execution and assists with respect to contract compliance on a "go forward" basis.
Responds to ad hoc queries to include identification, analysis, and evaluation of risks in order to provide appropriate legal solutions.
Provides risk management analysis related to general business practices and monitors claims against or on behalf of the company.
Advises on legal issues involving government and regulatory compliance.
Provide legal support on major business transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, international corporate matters, employment issues etc.
Participates in the review, analysis, and execution of Government Contract opportunities to ensure compliance with company policies and U.S. and foreign laws and regulations.
Participates in the definition, development and continuing legal oversight of corporate policies concerning Government and Commercial Contracting, compliance and related matters.
Represents the company in different aspects of federal procurements, including bid protests; contract review and negotiation, performance and terminations; DCAA audits; government investigations; data rights/IP; and dispute resolution, and litigation.
Supports the development, maintenance, and defense of the Company’s intellectual property portfolio.
Interprets, manages, and updates various internal policies, templates and requirements, including providing employee training regarding such policies, templates and requirements.
Develops litigation strategies and negotiates settlements of disputes where warranted.
Monitors and provides continuous counsel on U.S. and international law, including anti-corruption and anti-trafficking requirements and export control matters.
Creates templates and form contracts for routine transactions.
Develops and maintains deep knowledge of the Company’s business strategy and IP issues as well as continuously learning about current and historic products and technologies, including those of company’s competitors.

Qualifications:
Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school.
Member of at least one state bar.
At least ten years’ experience in the U.S. Government Contracts environment; this experience may have been gained within a law firm environment, or with a U.S. Government Contractor
Demonstrates deep general commercial or functional knowledge across a wide range of sub disciplines, including general corporate law, employment law, immigration law, technology transactions, data privacy, risk management, compliance, contract management, intellectual property/data rights, trade secrets, registration and other resolutions specific to contracting commercially or with the public sector.
Experience with Government Contracts administration and associated laws, rules, and regulations including commercial items contracting requirements, Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations (DFAR), International Trade in Arms Regulations (ITAR),, Truth in
Negotiations Act (TINA), Procurement Integrity Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), Anti-Trafficking regulations, among others.
Intelligent and articulate individual who can relate to people at all levels of an organization and possesses excellent communication skills.
Strong understanding of Microsoft Office Suite applications.
Ability to serve as a business partner to develop practical solutions to challenging problems.
Ability to obtain and maintain a U.S. Government Security Clearance.

Preferred Qualifications:
Experience in international contracts and transactions, including doing business in foreign countries strongly preferred.
Experience with M&A and corporate finance transactions highly desirable.
Fluency in a foreign language is desirable, but not required.

Working Conditions:
Working conditions are normal for an office environment.
Fast paced, deadline-oriented environment.
May require periods of non-traditional working hours including consecutive nights or weekends (if applicable)
May require CONUS or OCONUS travel.
May require ability to lift/and or move objects or packages of up to 25 lbs.

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Chief Counsel
Baltimore City State's Attorney
Baltimore, Md.

Compensation: $82,753 to $132,342 Annually

Duties of the Chief Counsel include meeting regularly with the Executive Team and supervisors of the Assistant State’s Attorneys (ASAs); formulation of policy recommendations to the State’s Attorney; participation in significant cases with novel issues through brief writing and court appearances; responding to media MPIA requests; drafting legislation; testifying before the legislature with regard to legislation; updating ASAs on substantial legal developments; participating in the training of ASAs; providing guidance and advice to ASAs; providing advice regarding wiretap applications; providing advice regarding the obtaining of electronic and cell phone information; and keeping current with case law, statutory law, legal principles, and best practices.

The ideal candidate will be highly motivated and will bring a strong desire to work collaboratively. The candidate will have a demonstrated ability as a trial lawyer.

The ideal candidate must be highly proficient in the use of Lexis/ Nexis and other computer systems to conduct legal research, conduct internet searches, and to maintain case notes and documents in an electronic form. The candidate must be familiar with relevant statutes and case law. The candidate must have extensive felony trial experience and experience in district court and juvenile practice.

Applicants are required to submit a cover letter, resume, a writing sample which demonstrates substantial legal research and analysis and three professional references.

Felony trial jury trial experience to verdict is required. Prior homicide trial experience is a plus.

Address: 120 E. Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

Here is the link to apply: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/baltimore-city-states-attorney-8d84b38a/chief-counsel-09e310c5?tsid=122001595&enc_campaign_id=ffc6c5c4

Staff Counsel
Chisolm Consulting
Washington, D.C. Metro Area

Industry: Non-Profit

Our client, Council on Foundations (“Council”), is a leader in helping philanthropic non-profit organizations do their best to advance their mission.  The Council is searching for a Staff Counsel to join their team. The Staff Counsel serves primarily external constituencies by providing legal information in response to member inquiries (RFIs), legal research and consultation on tax, legislative, and regulatory issues. This position also provides education, training, and other services in support of the client’s Legal Resources function and assists in fulfilling the day-to-day corporate counsel requirements typical of a national, nonprofit membership organization.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed within are a representative of the knowledge, skills, minimum education, training, licensure, experience, and/or ability required.

Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities

Respond to requests for information from the Council’s members, potential members, and other constituents on all areas of foundation operations including but not limited to tax compliance, governance, legislative, and regulatory issues.
Assist members and staff in understanding emerging issues from the IRS and Treasury that affect Section 501(c)(3) organizations and foundations
Maintain expertise on issues of exempt organization law, foundation governance, and state and federal regulations applicable to the Council’s member organizations and charitable giving.
Prepare and present webinars, in-person workshops and other educational sessions on behalf of the Legal Resources team and in connection with other internal departments.
Speak on legal topics at internal and external meetings convened by the Council, regional grantmaker associations, and professional groups.
Conduct review of applicant submissions for accreditation/reaccreditation through the National Standards program.
Research legal topics and drafts materials for Council publications, newsletters, and website.
Assist public policy staff with research and preparation of comments related to legislative proposals and changes in tax policy and regulations.
Track Legal Resources engagement and activities, including member RFIs, in Salesforce.
Stay informed about activities and work of colleagues to ensure legal issues are addressed as appropriate in curricula and other written materials.
Assist and consult Council management and staff on internal legal matters, public policy matters, and transactional matters.
Assist with trends analysis and content design of the annual Grantmakers Salary and Benefits Report.
Contribute to overarching organization goals by participating in cross-functional working groups.

Role Requirements
Advanced degree
3-5 years’ experience preferably in the exempt organization field
Law degree and admission to practice law in at least one jurisdiction

General Skills and Competencies
\Knowledge of tax law, exempt organization law, charitable giving and estate planning.
Understanding of finance, investments and accounting as related to nonprofit organizations.
Excellent project management skills with ability to meet deadlines.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent interpersonal skills, ability to listen well and positively represent the organization and its mission.
Experience drafting and reviewing contracts and other complicated and detailed documents.
The ability to effectively communicate legal issues verbally and in writing.
Discretion and independent judgment in the responsibilities associated with legal services.
Excellent customer service skills.
Member recruitment and retentio
Strong presenation skills.
Strong attention to detail and accuracy.
Ability to identify and solve problems efficiently and quickly.
Ability to manage many and/or differing tasks and maintain productivity.
Ability to work independently and as part of a diverse team.
Ability to work effectively and positively with a range of individuals and working styles, and with people at all organization levels including staff, board members, foundation officers, donors, and vendors.
Experience with CRM database software, preferably Salesforce.
Proficient skill in Microsoft Office 365 applications.

Here is the link to apply: https://www.chisholmconsultingllc.com/jobs/staff-counsel-116/