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What you’ll be doing...
Verizon is looking for an experienced, highly motivated attorney with expertise in software-centered legal issues and a proven track record of handling complex legal matters with minimal oversight to serve as Counsel in its New Business Incubation group. This position will provide support on diverse legal initiatives, including wide-ranging contract and operational support and identification and remediation of legal and compliance risks. The position requires an attorney who has initiative, judgment, and an eye for detail, and is capable of adroitly managing multiple competing priorities in a very fast-paced and dynamic environment. This position will report to NBI’s General Counsel.
Draft, review, and negotiate a broad range of agreements, including vendor, innovation, and partnership agreements.
Provide advice and counsel to the NBI team and its portfolio businesses and competencies, including major initiatives and implementation of processes needed to develop and launch new products and systems deployments.
Ensure compliance with all laws, regulations and contractual commitments.
Develop and draft company policies and develop and implement associated processes for compliance
Maintain excellent working relationships with NBI clients, Verizon legal colleagues, and other internal stakeholders while enforcing legal requirements.
Proactively identify and mitigate any areas of risk.
Advise business leaders on legal matters impacting the business.
What we’re looking for...
You’ll need to have:
In this hybrid role, you'll have a defined work location that includes work from home and assigned office days set by your manager.
JD degree and six or more years of relevant work experience.
Bar membership and needed licenses.
Six or more years of relevant, proven legal experience with a major law firm and/or in-house.
Even better if you have:
Experience with SaaS industries.
Experience with “living labs,” proofs of concepts and similar arrangements.
Experience reviewing, drafting, and negotiating complex contracts and statements of work, developing responses to proposals, and supporting internal sales clients.
Experience with start ups and/or innovation environments.
Proven ability to professionally manage time, prioritize multiple responsibilities, communicate both written and orally and process a high volume of work in a timely and accurate manner with a high attention to detail.
Proven ability to exercise sound judgment and work independently and autonomously, as well as part of a team.
Proven ability to provide legal analysis and counsel for complex transactions.
Proven ability to spot problems and develop and lead implementation of appropriate and creative solutions.
Proficient computer skills, including working knowledge of GSuite and Microsoft Office Suite (e.g., Word, Excel).
Demonstrated ability to handle extremely sensitive and confidential information.
Equal Employment Opportunity
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COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement
Verizon requires new hires to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Verizon provides reasonable accommodations consistent with legal requirements (e.g., for medical or religious reasons).