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Weyerhaeuser has exclusively engaged Harris Legal Search to recruit an experienced Labor & Employment attorney.  This attorney will support the Senior Labor & Employment Counsel in advising clients in the management and handling of labor and employment-related matters in the Company.  This position is located in downtown Seattle at the Weyerhaeuser corporate headquarters.  The successful candidate will report directly to the VP/Assistant General Counsel.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Advise human resources and business leaders on labor and employment related matters, which may include, but are not limited to discrimination; disability accommodation; disciplinary and termination processes; company restructuring activities; wage & hour matters; and local, state and federal leave programs.
  • Provide legal advice regarding and directing internal investigations.
  • Draft and review human resources policies and processes.
  • Develop and give legal training for human resources and business leaders.
  • Manage employment-related litigation.
  • Investigate and respond to demand letters and administrative complaints (e.g., EEOC, DOL, various state agencies).
  • Supervise, manage and evaluate outside counsel on employment related matters including litigation.
  • Independently handle legal matters and projects.

Qualifications:

  • Juris Doctorate degree from accredited law school.
  • Minimum of 4–7 years of experience practicing employment law, both counseling clients and supporting litigation.
  • Active member in good standing with the Washington bar.
  • Exceptional drafting, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
  • Proven record of assuming and directing significant legal responsibilities in a fast –paced, highly-collaborative team environment.
  • Good team player, with a focus on client service.
  • Self-starter with a sense of urgency, honesty and fairness.
  • Legal knowledge and experience with affirmative action programs (OFCCP), immigration law, and/or Canadian labor and employment laws, a plus.
  • Ability to establish and maintain relationships, credibility and trust with clients, stakeholders, law department team members and other colleagues.
  • Ability to travel at times.

About Weyerhaeuser

Weyerhaeuser sustainably manages forests and manufactures products that make the world a better place. Weyerhaeuser is serious about safety, driven to achieve excellence, and proud of what it does. With multiple business lines in locations across North America, Weyerhaeuser offers a range of exciting career opportunities for smart, talented people who are passionate about making a difference.

Fluke Corporation has exclusively engaged Harris Legal Search to recruit a seasoned attorney with a minimum of seven years of experience in the healthcare industry to serve as Senior Corporate Attorney for its Fluke Health Solutions (“FHS”) business unit.  This position will provide a wide variety of legal advice and manage legal risk for that business unit globally.  This position will be based in Everett, Washington (30 miles north of Seattle), and will report to the General Counsel of Fluke.

The Senior Corporate Attorney is responsible for providing legal advice, direction, and assistance on a wide variety of legal, regulatory, compliance and commercial matters globally for the FHS business.  This position will interact daily with business colleagues across this range of matters; the FHS Senior Corporate Attorney will be the “go-to” person for FHS management, working with Fortive and Fluke legal teammates to provide comprehensive legal advice on the full range of legal and regulatory issues facing the business globally. 

RESPONSIBILTIES

  • Working closely with both FHS management and the Fluke and Fortive legal teams to set the strategic direction of the business.
  • Providing legal advice on marketing materials and equipment sales, medical services and related contracts, and supporting sales, marketing, and contracts management teams on a wide range of issues involving commercial, healthcare regulatory, and risks management issues.
  • Providing comprehensive advice for FHS joint venture and distribution arrangements worldwide, with a focus of healthcare regulatory, government contract, and anti-corruption considerations.
  • Working closely with FHS Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance team on FDA and third-party audits, medical device registrations, customer complaints, and other matters.
  • Playing a leading role in the selection and management of outside counsel for FHS matters, and helping to manage their work product and costs.
  • Collaborating with other Professional Instrumentation legal teammates to administer FHS’s compliance with Standards of Conduct, Anti-Corruption, and healthcare-related policies, including tracking regional and local compliance.
  • Supporting the Fortive business development team in reviewing and closing acquisitions and disposals of businesses involving FHS.
  • Assisting in litigation management involving FHS, including preparing discovery and management of outside counsel.
  • Supporting all areas of the FHS organization, including HR, Operations, and Finance.
  • Working with the Professional Instrumentation international, trade compliance, and anti-corruption legal teams to address FHS matters worldwide, to ensure consistency, cooperation, and superior service.
  • Working with Fluke intellectual property counsel to manage FHS IP considerations worldwide.
  • Monitoring significant changes in laws and regulations and compliance trends that apply to FHS’s operations and activities, and developing policies to ensure continuing compliance.
  • Providing training on Standards of Conduct and medical device and healthcare services-related legal issues to FHS associates.
  • Working with other Fluke business units and on special projects in consultation with the Fluke and Fortive legal teams.
  • Some domestic and international travel (+/- 20%).

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum of 7 years of strong legal leadership in the healthcare industry, with a preference for direct experience with medical devices and/or medical services; a combination of experience with an internationally recognized law firm and prior in-house experience in these areas is also a plus.
  • Experience interacting with the FDA and other global authorities regulating medical device and medical service offerings.
  • Strong knowledge of the U.S. Anti-Kickback Statute, Physician Payments Sunshine Act, False Claims Act, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, federal healthcare regulations and similar laws and regulations globally that apply to medical equipment sales and services offered by FHS.
  • Unquestioned integrity and excellent judgment.
  • Ability to provide pragmatic legal advice to senior management and evaluate and address risks across a range of legal issues.
  • Process-oriented and able to build sustainable standard work and systems.
  • Strong capabilities to spot legal issues and correspondingly strong capacity to communicate solutions or paths to resolution; must a practical problem-solver.
  • Capable of working independently and collaboratively, across “matrixed” legal and business organizations, and willing to take on a wide range of strategic and tactical tasks.
  • Strong organizational skills, with ability to handle many complex issues simultaneously, prioritizing and effectively managing time.
  • Broad range of commercial and healthcare-related legal expertise to provide comprehensive and strategic legal advice to the FHS senior management team.
  • Able to work cross-functionally, have cultural sensitivity, and influence others both internally and externally to the organization (including Finance, HR, Operations, and Commercial).
  • Strong attention to detail, including the preparation, management and tracking of complex agreements and other documentation.
  • Strong academic credentials.
  • Prior litigation and lawyer/legal professional management experience preferred.

COMPANY

Fluke Corporation (“Fluke”) is the world leader in the manufacture, distribution and service of electronic test tools and software.  We are a dynamic market leader with sound financial health.  The Fluke brand has a reputation for portability, ruggedness, safety, ease of use and rigorous standards of quality.

A wholly-owned subsidiary of Fortive Corporation (www.fortive.com), Fluke is a multinational company headquartered in the greater Seattle area.  Fluke is part of the Field Solutions Platform and Professional Instrumentation Segment of Fortive.  Fluke offers an entrepreneurial environment that is team-centered, customer-driven, quality-focused and growth-oriented.  This environment is driven by the phenomenally successful Fortive Business System. Working at Fluke gives you access to a robust career development process and challenging, “stretch” opportunities.

Fluke Health Solutions (“FHS”) combines the Fluke Biomedical, RaySafe, Landauer and NUPOW businesses of Fluke following Fluke’s acquisition of Landauer, Inc. in the fall of 2017.  FHS offers a broad portfolio of healthcare-related equipment and services to the healthcare industry, including electrical safety testers, patient simulators, dosimeters, performance analyzers and fully-integrated and automated performance testing and documentation systems.  FHS also provides some of the most trusted and accurate diagnostic imaging, radiation, and oncology quality-assurance solutions for regulatory compliance and personal safety.  FHS strives to be the best at delivering innovative solutions to improve the quality of global health.

Intellectual Ventures has exclusively engaged Harris Legal Search to recruit an experienced transactional attorney to support its Invention Science Fund (“ISF”).   We are looking for an individual who loves fast-paced business action, is independently motivated, and has the confidence and ability to interface with senior executives, clients and co-workers in a professional, approachable, and positive manner.  The successful candidate will be able to provide legal advice on a range of topics, design transaction structures, and create agreements for highly complex, innovative, one-of-a-kind intellectual property transactions.  Significant experience in intellectual property licensing—including patent licensing—is required.

This position reports to the Chief Counsel, Invention Science Fund.  The individual in this role will have responsibility for providing legal support for ISF’s invention sourcing and commercialization efforts and other fund activities.  ISF’s innovation and commercialization efforts are expanding, and applicants for this position must be able to perform at a high level in a fast-paced, highly diverse, demanding, and innovative environment.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide legal advice, design transaction structures and create agreements for highly complex, innovative, one-of-a-kind intellectual property transactions on a routine basis.
  • Assemble, lead and work with informal cross-functional teams of legal, business and finance professionals.
  • Offer creative solutions to novel problems, and assess and present legal and business risks to senior fund managers.
  • Manage outside counsel cost-effectively.
  • Work with other legal and business professionals who track and manage deal flow in an international transactional legal practice.
  • Coordinate communication from various clients.
  • Participate in business and operational meetings with senior fund managers.
  • Draft and/or review communications with potential contractors, inventors, customers, investors and the public.
  • Identify and implement process improvements.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • At least 5 years of experience as a transactional attorney, in law firm or in-house practice, involving at least 3 years of intellectual property practice.
  • Excellent contract drafting skills; ability to communicate information effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • A creative multi-dimensional thinker who operates not only on the basis of past experiences, but also incorporates new approaches and developments that occur in the marketplace.
  • Capacity to proactively isolate and prioritize issues and to focus on implementing both top-level, strategic solutions as well as the day-to-day initiatives.
  • Knowledge of intellectual property contracts, including patent licenses, and legal issues related to contracts required; knowledge of corporate law a plus.
  • Ability to work in a team setting and conduct and present self in a highly professional manner with both internal and external clients and personnel.
  • Proven ability to identify and assess risks and exercise high degree of judgment.
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills.
  • Strong integrity, and ability and willingness to challenge others and argue for positions.
  • Ability to multi-task in dynamic environment.
  • Proven ability to work independently with little supervision.
  • Ability to receive and respond to constructive feedback on work performance.
  • Experience working with individuals in other countries and cultures a plus.
  • Flexibility in work hours.
  • Self-starter with strong problem-solving skills.
  • Prompt admission to the Washington State Bar, by reciprocity or exam, if not already admitted in WA.

COMPANY

Intellectual Venture’s Invention Science Fund (ISF) is rethinking, refining, and recreating the process of invention from idea to market. Established in 2003, ISF is an interdisciplinary team that includes 11 of the top 50 American inventors. The team focuses on enabling breakthrough technologies to thrive globally—through Invention Sessions, licensing, joint ventures and startups—in areas such as metamaterials, biomedical technologies, energy, communications, the Internet of Things and more. These inventions have led to an array of spinout companies, partnerships and products that have received substantial third-party investment for commercialization.  ISF spinouts to date include TerraPower, Kymeta, Evolv, Echodyne, Modern Electron, Pivotal Commware, and Sunlight Payments.  You can learn more about ISF at https://isfincubator.com/

Top tier Seattle-based law firm seeks mid to senior level associate with a minimum of 3 years experience in sophisticated real estate transactions.  The successful candidate will represent clients in a variety of commercial real estate transactions, including acquisition and disposition, leasing, and finance.  The attorney will draft and negotiate real estate and related documents, including purchase and sale agreements, leases, financing documents, property and construction management agreements, easements, vendor contracts, and advise clients on all aspects of commercial real estate transactions and land development projects.  This is an opportunity to work on sophisticated transactions in a robust practice at an established, thriving firm.

Harris Legal Search has been exclusively engaged by Intellectual Ventures (“IV”), a privately-held, invention investment company, to recruit an attorney to lead the support for its Global Good Fund (“GGF”).  GGF creates technology solutions for problems in the developing world.  IV is looking for an experienced individual who loves fast-paced business action, is independently motivated, and has the confidence and ability to interface with senior executives, clients, and co-workers in a professional, approachable, and positive manner.  The successful candidate will be able to provide legal advice on a range of topics, to design structures, and to create contracts for highly complex, innovative, one-of-a-kind intellectual property transactions involving software, diagnostic tools, and other medical devices and other technologies on a routine basis.  Extensive experience in intellectual property licensing, including patent licensing, is required. Experience with transactions in foreign countries, especially in the developing world, is a plus.

The Lead Counsel—Global Good Fund reports to the Vice President and Chief Counsel, Technology Creation and Commercialization.  The individual in this role will oversee legal support for GGF’s invention sourcing and commercialization efforts and other fund activities, including activities in foreign countries, will routinely interact with sophisticated investors, and must be able to identify and manage export control, safety and other compliance issues in both IV’s office and scientific lab environments.  GGF is a young, global business, and applicants for this position must be able to perform at a high level in a fast-paced, highly diverse, demanding, and innovative environment.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide legal advice, design structures and create contracts for highly complex, innovative, one-of-a-kind intellectual property transactions on a routine basis.
  • Supervise other legal professionals in the preparation of nondisclosure, independent contractor, asset acquisition, license and other agreements, and amendments to the foregoing. Assemble, lead, and work with informal cross-functional teams of legal, business, and finance professionals.
  • Offer creative solutions to novel problems, and assess and present legal and business risks to senior fund managers.
  • Manage outside counsel cost-effectively.
  • Supervise other legal and business professionals who track and manage deal flow in an international transactional legal practice.
  • Coordinate communication from various clients.
  • Participate in business and operational meetings with senior fund managers.
  • Draft and/or review communications with potential contractors, inventors, customers, investors , and the public.
  • Identify and implement process improvements.
  • Some foreign travel.

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS

  • At least 15 years of experience as an attorney, in law firm or in-house practice, including significant intellectual property licensing experience and some patent licensing experience.
  • Excellent licensing and other contract drafting skills.
  • Ability to communicate information effectively, both orally and in writing.
  • A multi-dimensional thinker who operates not only on the basis of past experiences, but also incorporates new approaches and developments that occur in the marketplace and is able to provide creative solutions to new challenges.
  • Ability to define and prioritize project activities and follow-up on project progress required.
  • Knowledge of intellectual property contracts and legal issues related to contracts required; knowledge of corporate law and/or patents a plus.
  • Ability to work in a team setting and conduct and present self in a highly professional manner with both internal and external clients and personnel.
  • Proven ability to identify and assess risks and exercise high degree of judgment.
  • Strong organizational and analytical skills.
  • Strong integrity, and ability and willingness to challenge others and argue for positions.
  • Ability to multi-task in dynamic environment.
  • Proven ability to work independently with little supervision.
  • Ability to receive and respond to constructive feedback on work performance.
  • Experience working with individuals in other countries and cultures a plus.
  • Flexibility in work hours.
  • Capacity to proactively isolate and prioritize issues and to focus on implementing both top-level, strategic solutions as well as the day-to-day initiatives.
  • Self-starter with strong problem-solving skills.
  • J.D. degree.
  • Prompt admission to the Washington State Bar, by reciprocity or exam, if not already admitted in WA.

COMPANY

Intellectual Ventures (“IV”) is a privately-held, invention investment company based in Bellevue, Washington.  Intellectual Ventures is the leader in the business of invention.  Driven by the belief that invention sparks progress, Intellectual Ventures is committed to creating and sustaining a market for invention.  The company creates new inventions, invests in existing inventions and partners with universities and research labs worldwide to develop inventions.  Intellectual Ventures provides companies access with these inventions through a variety of licensing and partnering programs.

DomainTools, a dynamic and growing cybersecurity and DNS research company, has exclusively engaged Harris Legal Search to find an Associate General Counsel (“AGC”) to be based at the company’s headquarters in downtown Seattle.  This will be the first full-time legal hire for the Company, and the role will have broad reach, visibility, and impact within the organization.  This attorney will be responsible for helping the Company navigate rapid growth and an evolving international regulatory environment.

The AGC will serve as chief legal advisor for DomainTools and will work with all levels of the organization to advise the CEO and Senior Management on a variety of legal matters.  The AGC will be an effective counselor to DomainTools and a key partner in business processes and operations.  Additionally, the AGC will be responsible for managing the work of any external legal counsel.  The position reports to the VP of Finance, HR, and Administration.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Agreements and Contracts: The AGC will partner with DomainTools’ sales and leadership team members to review, negotiate, write and execute a variety of agreements and contracts related to DomainTools’ business.  Maintain and update contract templates, agreements, and corporate records.
  • Intellectual Property Protection: The AGC will manage Domaintools’ intellectual property strategy (e.g. trademarks, patents).
  • Privacy / Data Protection: The AGC will ensure compliance with privacy and data protection regulations, including the EU’s GDPR, and will serve as DomainTools Data Protection Officer (DPO).
  • Employment Law: The AGC will be responsible, in conjunction with the HR team, for employment contracts and employment / HR compliance.
  • Government Affairs/Policy: The AGC will own the coordination of DomainTools’ government affairs strategy and execution, including keeping abreast of legislative changes that may affect the company.
  • Insurance: The AGC will evaluate and manage DomainTools’ insurance coverage and renewals.
  • General Legal Issues: The AGC will research legal issues impacting DomainTools by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions, and codes.
  • Marketing Material Legal Review: The AGC will be responsible for reviewing marketing materials such as publications, promotional materials, advertisements, etc., for legal implications.
  • External Legal Inquiries: The AGC will address, respond to, and manage external legal inquiries related to data access and data storage, such as DMCA takedown.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Juris Doctor and eligibility to practice law in the State of Washington.
  • Minimum of 7 years experience practicing law, with an emphasis in business and technology law.
  • Excellent judgment and high degree of professional ethics, as well as understanding of the balanced relationship between the Company’s business needs and legal implications.
  • Outstanding interpersonal and verbal communication skills.
  • Excellent writing skills with close attention to detail.
  • Ability to work constructively with DomainTools team members across the organization.
  • Ability to respond effectively to sensitive inquiries or complaints, and maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.
  • Willingness to adapt to changing business needs and deadlines.
  • Strong deadline driven work ethic that includes self-starting and proactively identifying risks and implementing risk management strategies before the risks become problems.
  • Experience in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) licenses and technology contracts.
  • Experience negotiating contracts with Fortune 500 companies.
  • The AGC must be a positive, contributing presence on the Finance, HR and Administration team and in the company as a whole. 

DomainTools helps security analysts turn threat data into threat intelligence.  They take indicators from client networks, including domains and IPs, and connect them with nearly      every active domain on the Internet.  Those connections inform risk assessments, help profile attackers, guide online fraud investigations, and map cyber activity to attacker infrastructure.  Fortune 1000 companies, global government agencies, and leading security solution vendors use the DomainTools' platform and integrations as critical ingredients in their threat investigation and mitigation work.  DomainTools is located in the Belltown neighborhood of downtown Seattle in a very cool office staffed with smart, energetic co-workers.  The company provides great benefits, and outstanding perks.

Harris Legal Search is working with a private biotech company to recruit a VP, Assistant General Counsel to be based at the company’s headquarters in Seattle, WA.

Reporting to the General Counsel, this attorney will lead and manage transactions in support of the clinical laboratory, diagnostics, and research commercial teams, ensuring compliance with various regulatory requirements such as CLIA, PAMA, HIPPA, FDA, Medicare Fraud and Abuse, and the Stark Law.  This role will draft, negotiate, manage and advise senior management on commercial, intellectual property, technology, collaborations, research and supply transactions in support of the company's business objectives.  In addition, the successful candidate will support the build-out of improved internal corporate systems and processes, working with other stakeholders in company's internal finance, compliance and technical groups.

This position requires strong legal expertise in clinical laboratory and/or diagnostics, and research contractual arrangements, keen intelligence, organizational skills, collaborative habits, a hearty work ethic, and excellent judgment.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide transactional legal support for diagnostic, research, and therapeutic transactions with significant intellectual property and/or technology components, including research agreements, development agreements, collaborations, license agreements (including patent license agreements), and occasional capital transactions.
  • Be the steward of the legal aspects of key collaborative relationships by drafting and negotiating all relevant agreements.
  • Provide advice to senior management on intellectual property and technology transactions issues, including matters related to licenses, ownership, compliance, risk allocation, and payment provisions.
  • Identify and study industry deals/agreements in support of Company transactions.
  • Track and report on developments in legislation and case law related to the Company’s business.
  • Develop and maintain strong business relationships across the Company, including research, diagnostics, and therapeutic organizations.
  • Provide high-quality, cost-effective legal support to the Company contributing to the achievement of the Company's goals and objectives.
  • Support the development of scalable legal and corporate processes to support department and Company operations from a legal perspective.
  • All other duties as assigned.

EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

  • J.D. degree from an ABA accredited law school.
  • 7­–12 years of experience, with substantial experience in diagnostics and/or clinical laboratory commercial contracting required including drafting and negotiation.
  • Member of the Washington State Bar Association, or eligible for admission via in-house rule APR 8(f).
  • Good working knowledge of CLIA, PAMA, HIPAA, Medicare Fraud and Abuse billing, including Stark Law.
  • Corporate in-house experience preferred, but will consider law firm candidates with stellar other relevant experience.
  • Must be based in Seattle, WA at company headquarters.

Our client, a Fortune 500 service based company headquartered in Seattle, is seeking an experienced real estate attorney to support its global leasing practice, real estate strategies, and procurement initiatives.

As a Sr. Corporate Counsel for Real Estate, this attorney will assist new retail business teams to secure and launch real estate facilities and provide day-to-day business and real estate counseling.  S/he will structure, draft and negotiate agreements, manage outside counsel, and advise the client on:

  • Sourcing operations for various facilities, including numerous leasing agreements (particularly retail with a grocery/perishables/QSR focus), land use and zoning issues.
  • Construction agreements.
  • Use restrictions.
  • Procurement contracts.
  • Other commercial transactions from the standard to the highly complex.

The successful candidate will also identify process improvements and administer and resolve legal issues that arise in commercial relationships within real estate portfolios.

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • 12+ years of legal experience (at least three years at a top law firm) as a real estate attorney with significant retail leasing experience.
  • Juris Doctor and membership in good standing in at least one state bar.
  • Ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • In-house experience.
  • Significant tenant-side experience with a variety of retail businesses.
  • Significant experience working with construction and utility issues.

Our client seeks an exceptional commercial attorney for a Corporate Counsel position within its Business and Technology legal team in Greater Seattle.  This position will work directly with the business and development teams to advise on, structure, draft, and negotiate deals in support of new and ongoing business initiatives. 

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Structuring, drafting, and negotiating a broad range of agreements, including technology development, licensing, marketing, and services agreements.
  • Supporting sales and marketing teams in the areas of antitrust, celebrity endorsements, talent agreements, consumer events, social media, promotions, user generated content, and privacy.
  • Providing on-going practical legal advice on a wide range of topics, including regulatory, compliance, and intellectual property matters.
  • Coordinating with Asian and European legal teams to guide global product development.
  • Advising hardware and software development teams related to intellectual property matters, licensing, and open source software.
  • Developing and implementing guidelines and policies and providing training to the business on compliance related matters.

Basic qualifications include outstanding academic credentials, a law degree, membership in at least one state bar association, 4 – 6 years of commercial legal experience, excellent drafting and communication skills, and exceptional judgment and pragmatism. Preferred qualifications include at least two years of experience in an in-house legal department and a strong technology background. Must be willing to travel and work extended hours when necessary.

Additional qualifications:

  • Able to provide sound and practical advice on legal and business matters in a complex, fast-paced environment.
  • Consistent high quality work product; must be detail-oriented and willing to continue to grow in new areas, adapt to corporate culture of parent company outside the United States, and have demonstrated ability to build good relationships with the business team at all levels.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong collaboration skills and ability to drive consensus across legal and business teams.
  • Effective communicator with international legal and business teams and with senior executives.

The successful candidate will be flexible and willing to jump into new areas of the business and to learn emerging areas of the law.  S/he will also be someone who strives for the highest level of quality with discipline and humility.

Our public company client, headquartered in Seattle, seeks a Corporate Counsel with real estate experience to support its worldwide real estate projects.  This attorney will be primary counsel for new project launches and support the business teams in real estate transactions, leasing, construction agreements, portfolio management, procurement contracts, and other commercial transactions.   The position requires excellent academic credentials and a minimum of 3 years law firm training.

Harris Legal Search has been engaged by our public company client to recruit a corporate counsel to support a well-known, cutting-edge technology product.   This attorney will work closely with product developers and business development on all aspects of this rapidly-expanding business.  The ideal candidate will have a minimum of four years’ experience drafting and negotiating commercial agreements in areas such as technology licensing, marketing, and distribution.  Law firm experience required.

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