Assistant General Counsel-AI startup

Our client, a mission-based AI start up is looking for an attorney with 8-15 years of experience in the following areas:

  • Global subsidiary management (foreign entities)
  • Tax reorganizations (with foreign legal entities)
  • Policies and processes (delegations of authority)
  • Inter-company services agreements/inter-company loans for transfer pricing
  • JV compliance

Additional experience with the following is a plus:

  • Vendor contracts (hardware/physical like drilling/helicopter contract, not SaaS/IT/software)
  • IPO preparedness
  • Employment

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Senior Intellectual Property Counsel-Ireland

Our client, a global semiconductor leader, is seeking an experienced IP lawyer to oversee intellectual property work across designated business units as part of a global IP team. This role will be based out of their offices in Limerick, Ireland, and will serve as the in-house expert on European IP matters.

Responsibilities for this role include:

  • Oversee the preparation and prosecution of a global IP portfolio, including the management of outside IP counsel around the world
  • Direct and guide the IP deliverables for all stages of product development
  • Provide legal counsel, drafting and negotiation of IP agreements, including software licenses.
  • Assist with open source software issues, usage reviews and related product clearances
  • Consistent with overall IP strategy, lead the development and implementation of IP strategies for assigned product groups
  • Manage IP aspects of M&A deals including acquisitions, divestitures, and minority interests.
  • Conduct patentability searches
  • Manage product releases by initiating IP clearance/freedom-to-operate investigations

Applicants must have the following qualifications to be considered:

  • Juris Doctor or in-region equivalent enabling the licensed practice of intellectual law in EMEA.
  • Registration to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office and/or other patent offices.
  • Bachelors or higher degree in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science.
  • 5+ years of experience in patent law, with a mix of in-house and law firm employment.
  • Medical device, semiconductor, software, or circuit design engineering experience.
  • Experience in various intellectual property legal areas including patent drafting, licensing, trade secret, copyright, trademark, and open-source software.

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Director, Risk Advisory

Our client, a global asset manager with over $750 Billion in AUM (over one-third of which is related to real estate), has asked us to find for them a highly qualified, major law firm trained attorney with 5-10 years of experience to take on an exciting, high-profile, growth-oriented, non-legal leadership role.

You will be responsible for developing and managing their Americas Region enterprise risk management program for their Real Estate assets.
In order to be successful in this role, you need to be confident, motivated and business-oriented and have exceptional people skills as well as strong communication, writing, and analytical skills.

This role involves strategic leadership and day-to-day guidance in the execution of the risk program in the Americas (Brazil, Canada and the United States) based on an understanding of the business objectives with respect to a variety of real estate assets. Evaluating and advising on legal, reputational and business risks are critical to the role. Key areas of focus include cybersecurity, data privacy, health and safety, physical security and anti-bribery and corruption. These are all helpful substantive experiences but are not required. Training will be provided.

A top firm litigation associate, ideally with international experience who has worked on matters related to anti-bribery, anti-corruption, anti-money laundering and investigations, would be a desired candidate. A top firm corporate associate with contract negotiations skills and familiarity with fund structures (latter, less relevant), and investment structures (real estate or otherwise). Some familiarity with real estate is a plus. Other backgrounds will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
If you have the ability and want to take on this challenge, we look forward to receiving your submission and discussing further.

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Senior Counsel, Regulatory and Compliance

Technology company in NYC is seeking a strong regulatory and compliance attorney with 5-9 years’ experience to join a dynamic Legal team with a particular focus on being a trusted advisor to the business while ensuring compliance with applicable laws and regulations, mitigating risk. They are seeking a businessperson with a highly commercial mindset who is also a lawyer. This attorney will: provide regulatory guidance on federal, state and local laws and applicable regulations; work cross-functionally with business and operations teams to build processes that ensure compliance with regulatory and procurement requirements; and manage incoming regulatory and governmental requests. 5-9 years of experience as a practicing lawyer at a top-tier firm, in-house, or in the government is required, with an impressive track record of achievement.

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Head of Customer Care, Latin America

Our client, a global shipping company, is seeking to hire a Head of Customer Care to cover the Latin America and Caribbean region. The position is based in Miami and requires 10+ of management experience and experience with customer care, service delivery improvements and transformation projects. The responsibilities include customer experience improvement, voice of customer feedback, manage all customer care managers in the region, and collaborating across departments to help improve performance, among others.

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AVP Legal-Fund Formation

We represent a Fintech, Alternative Investment Platform looking to hire an attorney with 3 plus years of experience. The focus of this role will include representing private funds (both hedge and private equity funds) on a wide spectrum of matters including compliance and regulatory issues, capital raising, marketing, investor relations, fund formation and structuring, corporate transactional matters, etc. The ideal candidate should have strong experience in both drafting and negotiating fund documents, side letters, placement agreements and related fund materials. This person will work closely with both our General Counsel and Deputy General Counsel throughout the fund formation process.


  • Negotiate various agreements with counterparties including fund managers and distribution agents.
  • Draft and review of private fund offering materials, partnership agreements, and other private fund legal documentation.
  • Assist with regulatory filing.
  • Advise on the legal implications of offering new and existing products and services.
  • Coordinate outside legal counsel with respect to a variety of issues including regulatory, corporate, and fund investment work.
  • Draft and review various contracts, non-disclosure agreements and other legal documentation.
  • Perform ad hoc research projects.


  • 3+ years of fund formation experience within the Investment Management space (Private Equity and Hedge Fund)
  • Strong knowledge of the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, the Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and FINRA regulations
  • Member in good standing of New York Bar or another state or jurisdiction
  • Law firm or in-house experience at an asset management firm is a plus

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General Counsel

We have been retained by a high growth private equity portfolio company looking to hire their first General Counsel, reporting to the CEO.
The General Counsel will be responsible for management and development of the firm’s in-house legal function and legal activities which includes but is not limited to real estate transactions including leasing, acquisition and development, corporate, commercial agreements and strategic partnerships, compliance and ethics. This is a “hands-on” position that requires managerial skills along with the ability to be detail-oriented and to provide guidance including developing and implementing policies and procedures.

Key responsibilities include:

Commercial and Transactions:

  • Drive negotiation and documentation of the end to end legal process for corporate and real estate transactional matters including leasing, licensing and partnership related agreements
  • Collaborate with the business to construct, renew and enhance robust contractual agreements including leases & partnerships, negotiate terms with counterparties and protect the company’s interests
  • Negotiate complex commercial contracts (software & services procurement & licensing)
  • Collaborate with executives and teams across mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, JVs and other strategic transactions

Corporate Governance:

  • Provide legal guidance and counsel on all administrative aspects surrounding the company
  • Advise the Board of Directors including on mandatory Board reporting
  • Ensure adherence to and maintain an up-to-date, robust Corporate Governance policy framework
  • Advise on compliance matters including anticorruption, data privacy, cyber security, international trade and supplier certification
  • Maintain a compliance strategy with business conduct laws including antibribery, anti money laundering and sanctions and asset control laws along with license & permits.
  • Ensure specific performance against all existing commercial contracts, with a focus on transaction related business and employee related matters

Implement and maintain internal policies & procedures across functions, including:

  • Company code of conduct/ethics, health and safety matters and related employee training, procedures and controls
  • Reporting procedures for violations of policy/law, including whistleblower procedures (e.g., whistleblower hotline)
  • Establish responsible advertising policies, procedures and controls

Regulatory / Government:

  • Ensure all legal related transactional reporting requirements are met across the deal cycle, including maintaining document management systems & processes
  • Engage with lobbyists and government/regulatory consulting firms to advance business efforts and maintain compliance with real estate and municipal regulations, guidance, etc.


  • Collaborate with appropriate outside counsel & financial sponsor legal teams for any prevailing matters, ensuring that the optimal team is staffed to resolve any issues

Education and other key qualifications:

  • A minimum of 10 + years of a proven track record of success and deep expertise across the in-house legal function with financial sponsor experience and training from private practice.
  • Experience in high-growth private equity / sponsor environment (or in a high-growth, autonomous business unit).
  • The ability to operate in a fast-paced, autonomous environment with a sense of urgency and resourcefulness. Ability to work with deadlines and a changing environment.
  • The role will be based in New York City with preference for 4+ days of in-office attendance.

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Assistant General Counsel/Trademark Counsel-Fashion Brands leader

Our client, a dynamic New York City based fashion brands company, is seeking a mid-level IP lawyer to join their growing legal team, focusing on drafting and negotiating various commercial contracts and trademark licensing. This person will interact with senior management on a regular basis and will work independently with limited supervision. Local candidates only as the client will not relocate. Please note they require employees in the office on a full time basis.

Responsibilities for this role will include the following:

  • Draft & negotiate various types of commercial agreements including marketing, talent, vendor and e-commerce contracts
  • Trademark licensing
  • Mergers & Acquisitions

Successful candidates must have the following qualifications in order to be considered:

  • Three to six years of strong trademark licensing experience, ideally representing brand/fashion licensing and royalties with a major law firm
  • A strong business acumen

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Trademark Paralegal-Major Brands Company

Our client, a major brand acquisition company based in midtown Manhattan that owns and manages famous global fashion brands, seeks to hire a Trademark Paralegal, which will report directly to the company’s General Counsel. Applicants should be very experienced and capable of independently managing all aspects of large global trademark portfolios, as well as helping in-house counsel manage trademark opposition and cancellation proceedings. Experience transitioning large trademark portfolios from one owner and trademark platform to another is desirable.

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Segment Counsel-Japan

Our client, a leading semiconductor company, is seeking an experienced attorney to serve in a lead capacity in Japan. This role will lead legal support locally for the company’s semiconductor equipment business, and will cover a very broad scope of legal issues including transactions, technology transactions, IP and compliance. Applicants must be fluent in both Japanese and English and have a proven track record of counseling senior leadership on a regular basis. Ideal candidates will have both in house and major law firm experience.

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Ireland based Employment Counsel-EMEA region

Our client, a leading semiconductor manufacturer, is seeking an experienced employment attorney to advise the Company on a wide range of global employment law issues in the EMEA region.

Responsibilities for this role include the following:

  • Provide practical legal advice on a full range of EMEA employment law issues relating to the entire employee lifecycle, including: hiring, training, performance management, compensation, leaves of absence, return to work and accommodation issues, benefits, terminations, and other employment related topics
  • Assist with labor and employment law compliance, including but not limited to wage and hour laws, discrimination, harassment, leave and disability accommodation laws, and other employment related regulations
  • Oversee and direct internal investigations
  • Develop, revise, and implement best in class employment policies, procedures, and scalable training solutions
  • Drive complex employment compliance projects from initiation to closure
  • Handle litigation or claims, if applicable
  • Work collaboratively with colleagues on a broad range of legal and strategic projects, ensuring good relationships between legal, human resources, finance, stock administration, IT, operations, information technology/security teams and corporate development of the Company and its affiliates to facilitate a coordinated team approach

Applicants must have the following qualifications in order to be considered:

  • At least four years of relevant experience in employment law throughout EMEA, preferably a combination of law firm and in-house practice
  • Counseling experience, including risk mitigation in the entire employee lifecycle

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