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Flexible Talent Nov 30, 2021 Corporate Solutions Prestigious firm seeks a Staff Attorney for its Debt Finance Practice. This is a 6-12 month position that may become permanent for interested candidates. The Attorney must be able to go into the office 1-2 days per week (locations include New York, Los Angeles, Houston, Chicago or Miami).  This is an ideal position for a debt finance Attorney looking for a more manageable schedule than is provided by traditional deal work, but still wants involvement in a client-facing role and being a part of fast-paced, complicated transactions.  Requirements At least two years of debt finance experience Preferred experience includes sponsored finance, syndicated lending, acquisition/leveraged finance (either borrower or lender side) and/or direct lending and private credit transactions Experience reviewing and analyzing debt documentation and/or distressed loan obligations A strong understanding of the restructuring process and debtor-in-possession financing is a plus Commercial and business awareness Outstanding communication and time management skills Excellent drafting skills  Fluency in English required, fluency in Spanish would be a plus Bar admission in the state in which you will be working (New York, California, Texas, Florida or Illinois)
Memphis Flexible Talent Nov 30, 2021 Regulatory/Compliance Program Coordinator – International Trade Compliance   Legility seeks a Program Coordinator to assist a global manufacturing corporation.  The Program Coordinator will assist with day-to-day implementation (with oversight of the Global Compliance Manager) of IP’s international trade compliance program within one or more business units, (benchmark revenue $4 billion) including: acting as the primary point of contact for international trade issues staying current on changing business practices reviewing and, as necessary, adjusting business unit procedures to incorporate international trade compliance controls maintaining documentation for the business unit(s) Supports enterprise-wide efforts to ensure full compliance with Global laws and regulations of assigned area (international trade, ethics and privacy, etc.) Participates in group-wide program improvement projects. Assists in developing, communicating, and facilitating compliance trainings Assists in developing metrics to evaluate programs and makes recommendations for improvement.   The primary role of the Program Coordinator, International Trade Compliance is to support Enterprise-wide efforts to ensure full compliance with Global laws and regulations governing company import and export transactions and support the day-to-day management of the international trade compliance program for one or more assigned business units (benchmark revenue over $4 billion) with oversight from the Sr. Manager - International Trade Compliance Supports the day-to-day implementation and improvement of IP’s international trade compliance program within one or more business units (benchmark revenue $4 billion), with oversight of the Sr. Manager – International Trade Compliance, including: acting as the primary point of contact for international trade issues, staying current on changing business practices, reviewing and, as necessary, adjusting business unit procedures to incorporate international trade compliance controls, and maintaining documentation for the business unit(s). supporting enterprise-wide efforts to ensure full compliance with Global laws and regulations of assigned area (international trade, ethics and privacy, etc.) maintaining substantial involvement with cross functional areas such as IP Global Sourcing, Legal, Finance, Global Citizenship as well as regions where the company operates. managing policies and procedures to meet Global import and export regulations (harmonized tariff schedule (HTS) classifications, valuation, quantity, origin declaration, free trade agreements and special trade program eligibility), USPPI, Automated Export System (AES), Shipping Export Declaration (SED), Restricted Party Screening (RPS), and other export licensing and documentation requirements, providing analysis, research, and classification on harmonized tariff schedule (HTS), Schedule B, Export Control Commodity Numbers (ECCN), valuation, record keeping, quantity, USMCA and other free trade agreement programs, country of origin & marking requirements, Global Customs regulations and policy interpretation, and overall internal control processes and procedures and databases as it relates to international trade. managing full range of Global import/export compliance training initiatives and guidance to multi levels of leadership, functional teams and program teams for enterprise. managing US Importer of Record and Customs Import/Export Bond requirements. First-level contact for US Customs, Bond Surety, Customs Brokers and agents. serving as first-level point of contact with Customs brokers, agents and attorneys to resolve problems/issues related to Global importation and exportation. Developing, communicating, and facilitating compliance trainings and assists with strategic initiatives implementation. Collecting data on relevant metrics to evaluate programs and makes recommendations for improvement. May assist in investigations, as needed. Supports project management duties and performs program management functions. Continuously monitor governmental and industry developments (e.g. security, customs compliance, HTS changes, documentation etc.), maintain current information on Global import and export regulations and communicate the impact to the enterprise. Coordinate with functional leaders to develop and implement Global import/export training programs. Modify business best practices and implement operational changes as appropriate. Recommend changes to import/export Global compliance policies based on regulatory developments. Incorporate approved policies into Enterprise trade compliance manual(s). Revise compliance manual(s), processes, and procedures as necessary. Coordinate with internal functional teams as well as external customs brokers, freight forwarders, consultants, and other third parties to continuously improve Global import and export processes. Manage work of third parties hired to provide Customs compliance related work (HTS classification) Assist in selection and management of approved Customs brokers and monitoring of their performance, assisting Customs brokers development and implementation of Standard Operation Procedures specific to enterprise Work with the team members, suppliers, and internal customers to develop Global compliance programs that will deliver high levels of customer satisfaction and optimize service deliveries. Assist business development to drive business initiatives by providing guidance and creative solutions on compliance and regulatory issues. Manage post-entry, CF 28/29, protest and reconciliation processes. Other duties as assigned by Management The Program Coordinator – International Trade Compliance will be responsible for the day-to-day implementation of import/export compliance for assigned business units with oversight from the Sr. Manager – International Trade Compliance. The Program Coordinator - International Trade Compliance will have frequent interaction with cross functional areas of the organization including but not limited to Information Technology, Global Sourcing, Supply Chain, Procurement, Marketing, Sales, Customer Service, Legal, and Finance, as well as external customers and business partners. This role will have substantial interaction with the listed functions at Headquarters as well as Region, Group, and Division level functional leaders. This role will have tactical, field level responsibility for ensuring that import/export transactions for Enterprise are in complete compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Driving organizational change by working closely with key stakeholders to achieve global trade compliance and operational efficiency as well as aligning compliance objectives between all departments and operating entities. Embedding compliance initiatives into changing business environment Implementing practical solutions to resolve time-sensitive international trade issues Framing compliance issues in terms that are meaningful to the business Leveraging business unit/function resources to accomplish international trade compliance Developing an expertise in the business unit activities to help understand the impact of program changes and to identify paths forward to operational issues Driving formalization of processes into business units Communicating the importance of compliance to the business Operating in complex environments Balancing day-to-day operational demands with program enhancements Navigating ever-changing international trade laws, regulations, and programs that impact IP operations. Understanding international trade regulations and compliance interpretations in both U.S. and non-U.S. marketplaces. Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge and Experience) Bachelor’s degree required (Business Administration or International Trade Logistics preferred) 8 years experience working in a corporate trade compliance management role or senior trade consulting role or equivalent preferred In-depth knowledge of U.S. Customs, U.S. Department of Commerce regulations and international trade law regulations preferred. Experience supporting compliance with the United States-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) Free Trade Agreement (FTA)and/or other FTAs’ rules of origin Must have ability to communicate and implement company-wide procurement and inventory planning strategies, as required. Experience in/familiarity with international trade laws and compliance concepts, principles and rules preferred Demonstrated ability to organize and manage large amounts of physical and electronic records and data Proficiency in Microsoft Office-based software programs, in particular, Spreadsheet and database programs U.S. Customs Broker License preferred. Familiarity with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software (e.g. SAP, Oracle) Strong planning, organization, attention to detail and customer service skills required. Demonstrated problem-solving, time management and analytical skills required. Excellent customer service and technical support skills Solid time management skills and ability to prioritize tasks Ability to manage multiple projects, work under press
Memphis Flexible Talent Nov 30, 2021 Financial Services/Banking Legility, a New Law Company, seeks an experienced Legal Assistant to work on-site with a bank client on a full-time contract and/or permanent basis. After an initial contract period of 1-3 months, the assignment could go permanent to right candidate. Qualified candidates will have 5+ years of experience providing support to attorneys in a banking in-house legal department. Remote candidates will NOT be considered. Requirements/Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree Paralegal certificate a plus At least 5 years of experience in banking assisting attorney(s) by providing clerical research and litigation support services including document preparation and review, research, investigations, fact checking and preparation of filings, responses to subpoenas, levies and seizures. About Legility Leader in legal operations and New Law company Legility (legility.com), provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.
Remote Flexible Talent Nov 30, 2021 Commercial Contracts Legility seeks an experienced Contract Specialist to provide legal support to a large healthcare client. The Contract Specialist will provide legal support to the sales and business organizations through drafting various types of agreements and act as an advisor to the sales and business organizations in order to advise on legal issues facing their business and processes in order to minimize the company's exposure and risk. The Contract Specialist will work closely with and collaborate with Counsel and Sr. Counsel. The Contract Specialist will help the  legal and compliance department become a world-class high-performing organization. This is a remote, contract role of indefinite duration. Main Responsibilities Proficiently draft various agreements and capture negotiated provisions in contract documents with minimal attorney oversight. Work through a diverse scope of issues where analysis of the information may require identification and evaluation of many relevant potential factors. Effectively explain licensing and other legal and contracting principles to internal clients and external customers. Communicate with sales and business teams regarding contract status, information needed to complete drafting, and legal and compliance issues identified Anticipate contracting issues and initiate appropriate actions to ensure contract documents are processed efficiently and in accordance with company policies and guidelines. Handle multiple tasks and priorities in a changing business environment. Potentially train and manage additional contracting resources Exercise reasonable judgment within generally defined practices and policies in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining contracting solutions. Interface with various internal business groups (Finance, Technical Accounting, Regulatory, Intellectual Property, etc.) to ensure contract documents are drafted correctly. Conduct research on legal issues or other topics as required. Participate on special project teams and in the creation of tools to enable process improvements as needed. Update and maintain various internal reporting systems. Adherence to process is critical and developing updates to process may be necessary from time to time. Manage or participate in moderately complex projects involving multiple stakeholders through to completion in a timely, efficient, and collaborative fashion. Drafts and reviews contracts and provides guidance on contract standards Identifies, analyzes, researches and resolves legal and business process issues and makes appropriate recommendations Participates in contract negotiations Identifies risk, determines the level of risk and routes appropriately Recommends, develops and/or implements contracting policies, procedures and processes and participates in projects to improve contracting Monitors compliance with internal business and legal processes and policies Prepares presentations for the attorneys and presents to senior leaders, as applicable Prepares contract summaries and/or issues lists to present to attorney, senior law leaders or clients for review, if applicable. Consults on legal provisions within the contracts. Demonstrates comprehensive understanding of business units, products, strategy, and operational model. Critical Skills Communicate openly, clearly, and completely (including excellent written skills). Listen to the needs of the internal client or external customer to understand the broader context of issues that arise during contract negotiations and strategic initiatives. Adapt quickly to ever-changing internal and business policies and procedures. Demonstrated excellence in conducting in-depth legal research and analysis regarding a broad range of health care issues. Demonstrated ability to conduct complex initiatives in a self-directed manner, with minimal oversight by attorneys, and to deliver superior results in a timely manner. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with broad spectrum of business unit attorneys, compliance officers and business unit representatives. Ability to prioritize multiple, ongoing initiatives and efficiently re-prioritize such responsibilities, as may be required in a changing business environment. Ability to work effectively with internal and external clients and promote the reputation and integrity of the Legal and Compliance Department and Company. Minimum Requirements Office 365 Suite, SalesForce, and SharePoint skills Preferred Requirements Pivotal software and Apttus workflow skills Education Minimum 4-year degree or 5+ years of direct contract drafting; software licensing, intellectual property or healthcare industry experience preferred
Flexible Talent Nov 30, 2021 Corporate Solutions Legility is seeking corporate attorneys with 3+ years of experience handling corporate matters for a Chambers ranked firm. Qualified candidates will have demonstrated experience handling corporate matters including mergers and acquisitions, due diligence,and related corporate legal matters for commercial and government clients. This is a remote long-term contract opportunity.   Requirements: Experience with M&A, securities, and due diligence and related corporate legal matters for commercial and government clients Excellent writing, research and analytical skills Superior communication skills, attention to detail and ability to work independently Excellent academic credentials and work history A licensed member in good standing with at least one State Bar association   About Legility Leader in legal operations and New Law company Legility (legility.com), provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.
Nashville Tennessee Flexible Talent Nov 30, 2021 Regulatory/Compliance Legility seeks a Compliance Audit Professional to work with an established client in the Nashville area. The Compliance Audit Professional will need consumer credit card compliance experience and/or internal audit experience. The Compliance Audit Professional will be responsible for the execution of the client's Credit Card Consumer Compliance Program, including the performance of audits for compliance with applicable consumer protection laws and regulations. The Compliance Audit Professional will also prepare detailed written reports summarizing the testing performed and the results of that testing. The Compliance Audit Professional will interpret existing state and federal laws and banking regulations (e.g. CCARDA, BSA, TILA, FCRA, ECOA, etc.), the effects on client's processes, and determine if client is in compliance with policies and procedures.  This is full-time contract position of indefinite duration. The Compliance Audit Professional will need to be located in the Nashville Area to be considered for this position, as it will be hybrid onsite and remote. Requirements: 3+ years of experience in consumer credit card compliance work or internal audit work including auditing compliance programs. Experience in a highly regulated business or enterprise with preference given to J.D. or compliance-certified candidates. Strong interpersonal, communication, analytical, and organizational skills. Located in the Nashville area and available to work remotely and on-site if needed
Flexible Talent Nov 29, 2021 Regulatory/Compliance Legility is seeking securities attorneys with 5+ years of experience handling private equity fund formation for a nationally recognized firm in Nashville.  Qualified candidates will have demonstrated experience with securities.   This is a remote, long-term contract opportunity.   Requirements: Experience with SEC filings and securities regulation enforcement Strong Experience with private equity fund formation Excellent writing, research and analytical skills Superior communication skills, attention to detail and ability to work independently Excellent academic credentials and work history A licensed member in good standing with at least one State Bar association   About Legility Leader in legal operations and New Law company Legility (legility.com), provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.
Remote Flexible Talent Nov 29, 2021 Financial Services/Banking Legility seeks an experienced Futures and Derivatives Compliance Attorney to work with a global agribusiness and food corporation.  The Futures and Derivatives Compliance Counsel will cover listed derivatives on US exchanges and global exchanges along with OTC products, US, and global regulation regulations (e.g., Commodity Exchanges, Dodd Frank, EMIR, MAS, MIFID).  The Futures and Derivatives Compliance Counsel should have experience with derivatives, working with traders, operations, and all of the different business areas in a global organization trading derivatives.  They should also have an understanding of  EFPs, futures, transfer trades, and other products. This is a remote, contract role expected to be close to full time hours for the next 3-5 months. Requirements: Exchange, FCM, hedge fund, or derivatives bank experience. Knowledge of US derivatives exchanges rules and clearinghouse rules, CBOT, ICE, MATIF, and others. Able to respond to exchange inquiries and investigations, handle position limit questions, prepare hedge exemption applications and work with the clearing firm on other types of routine requests that come in. Good communication skills necessary, team-player, investigative personality, and follow up skills. Prepare and respond to various requests from counterparties that are received. Prepare policies and procedures, assist with compliance training, and other on-going projects that are taking place within the global derivatives team. Ability to work hours that overlap with Europe, but mainly US hours. Understanding of counterparty FCM agreements, give up agreements, ISDA compliance forms, and other types of requests that are received from counterparties, the firm receives. Active US law licensure About Legility Leader in legal operations and New Law company Legility (legility.com), provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.
Remote Flexible Talent Nov 29, 2021 Other Legility seeks experienced GDPR Privacy attorneys to assist a large technology client.  The GPDR Privacy attorneys will need to have experience with EU GDPR, and be familiar with (1) Records of Processing, and (2) Data Protection Impact Assessment requirements (“DPIA”). This is a remote, contract position of indefinite duration expected to start in the new year. Requirements: Extensive large law firm or corporate experience with Privacy Law including GDPR, Records of Processing, and DPIA Active US law licensure
Flexible Talent Nov 23, 2021 Real Estate A Nashville law firm primarily focused in the area of real estate is seeking a Contract Associate to join the team in its Nashville office. If you have at least two years of experience with commercial real estate, including acquisitions, dispositions, leasing and financing, this opportunity could be a great next step in your career. More junior candidates with great real estate experience will be considered. Requirements Experience supporting commercial real estate transactions: acquisitions, dispositions, leasing and financing. At least two years preferred, but more junior candidates will be considered, if they have extensive commercial real estate experience. Active Tennessee bar   About Legility Leader in legal operations and New Law company Legility (legility.com), provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.
Flexible Talent Nov 23, 2021 Litigation A start up Plaintiff's firm is seeking an attorney with experience litigating cases on behalf of Plaintiffs in California. California bar is required. This is a 100% remote position, but the attorney should reside in California.   About Legility Leader in legal operations and New Law company Legility (legility.com), provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.
Flexible Talent Nov 22, 2021 Real Estate Legility is currently seeking an attorney with 10+ years' of commercial real estate experience to work with our client, a large law firm. This is a part time, contract position. The attorney can be located anywhere in the US for this 100% remote position. Requirements: Experience with Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) Purchase and sale of commercial real estate in a variety of industries Commercial real estate leasing Must be highly responsive; the position is to support a triple net leasing business with fast moving deals Can hold any state bar license About Legility Leader in legal operations and New Law company Legility (legility.com), provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.
Flexible Talent Nov 22, 2021 Other Legility is currently seeking an attorney to draft, review and negotiate merchandise licensing agreements originated in EMEA region for consumer products. Agreements will be under US law so no international law knowledge required. Experience in copyrights, trademarks, marketing a plus. The attorney can be located anywhere in the US. This is a part time (11-20 hours per week), remote contract position that should last for an indefinite period.  Requirements Experience with merchandise licensing agreements is required Marketing and copyright experience are very helpful, but not required Bar admission in any US state Excellent drafting skills, ability to work well with others
Flexible Talent Nov 18, 2021 Healthcare Healthcare Attorney - Remote  Legility seeks a mid-level healthcare associate to work with an Atlanta-based law firm client  on a contract basis.. Qualified candidates will have 2-4 years of experience with healthcare compliance matters. All work can be performed remotely, and candidates with part-time or full-time availability will be considered.   
Remote Flexible Talent Nov 17, 2021 Corporate Formation & Governance Legility has an immediate need for an experienced securities attorney to support an in-house corporate client on a contract basis.  Candidates interested in both full-time and part-time work will be considered.  Extensive experience drafting 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks and proxy statements is required.  All of the work can be done remotely.   About Legility Legility (legility.com), a leader in Legal Operations, provides consulting, technology, managed solutions, and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys and paralegals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.
Flexible Talent Nov 17, 2021 Corporate Formation & Governance A financial services and insurance company is seeking an Attorney to assist with SEC filings, starting in December and going through March or April of next year. Familiarity with the '33 Act, '34 Act, 10-k, 10-q, and 8-k filings is required. Experience in the insurance industry is a bonus, but is not required. There is enough work for the Attorney to work 40 hours per week, but the company would welcome an experienced attorney who could only commit part time hours (at least 25 hours per week). This is an excellent, substantive opportunity for an Attorney looking to round out their schedule, or be engaged while searching for a new position.  This work is 100% remote and the Attorney may be located anywhere within the US. Requirements: Be able to assist in the preparation of ’34 Act filings, including Form 10-K, Form 10-Q, Form 8-K, proxy statements, beneficial ownership and Section 16 filings Experience in the preparation of ’33 Act filings in connection with both equity and debt offerings Familiarity with compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 and relevant stock exchange listing rules and requirements Draft 10b5-1 plans as needed Bar admission in any state About Legility Leader in legal operations and New Law company Legility (legility.com), provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.  
Flexible Talent Nov 15, 2021 Litigation A California firm is seeking attorneys with excellent writing experience to assist with complaint drafting in a very large matter with hundreds of different Plaintiffs. Experience with large scale litigation is preferred. The Attorney can reside anywhere and does not need to be licensed in California. The nature of the case is very sensitive so the firm needs an Attorney with excellent judgment and a professional demeanor. Requirements  Prefer litigation experience at large firm or well known Plaintiff's firm Must have excellent drafting skills Must have active bar license in any state Professional demeanor, ability to handle sensitive Plaintiff's materials are needed About Legility Leader in legal operations and New Law company Legility (legility.com), provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.
Remote Flexible Talent Nov 10, 2021 Technology Legility seeks an experienced Software & Analytics attorney to assist a large healthcare corporation. The Software & Analytics Attorney will handle a variety of commercial and technology-related legal services for various business units of the company.  Responsibilities include drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts, handling related transactional issues and disputes, and counseling business managers on legal issues in connection with vendors, product offerings and other business operations. This is a full-time, remote, contract role expected to last 3-4 months. Requirements Managing multiple business relationships and prioritizing workload. Experience demonstrating a high level of proficiency reviewing, negotiating, and drafting technology (SaaS) contracts, vendor agreements and related commercial documents. In depth understanding of regulatory compliance, risk management, and intellectual property concepts. Working knowledge of the general structure, management, and day-to-day operations of corporate organizations. Juris Doctor Degree from an ABA accredited law school with excellent academic credentials; admission to practice in good standing as a member of a U.S. jurisdiction is required. 5 plus years of experience providing legal counsel to clients, including law firm and/or inhouse experience primarily focused on commercial transactions Experience structuring, drafting, negotiating, and closing commercial agreements and legal transactions and handling regulatory issues Experience negotiating vendor agreements Ability to advise on legal issues dealing with trade secrets, advertising law, registration, and other resolutions which may include the computer and technology industry, and healthcare industry. Broad, “generalist” legal knowledge that allows for expeditious problem identification Acquired business acumen to support risk management and navigation of organizational relationships Knowledge of healthcare regulations, including HIPAA and other federal and state privacy laws, rules, and regulations as well as regulations applicable to the electronic payments or healthcare industry strongly preferred. In-depth knowledge with technology licensing is preferred Experience working in a high-volume environment and drafting Payor and Provider agreements.
Flexible Talent Nov 10, 2021 Commercial Contracts Our client is a large corporation that needs a commercial contracts Attorney to support its team with vendor contracts, services agreements, and general commercial support. This is a contract position of indefinite length, approximately 20-30 hours per week. Ideally, this Attorney would be very responsive and diligent, as the work is fast paced and the position is 100% remote (Attorney can be located anywhere in the US) Requirements Extensive experience supporting a contracts team with vendor, procurement and other commercial agreements, in a fast paced environment Ability to respond quickly to internal clients Excellent communication skills Bar admission in any state About Legility Leader in legal operations and New Law company Legility (legility.com), provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.
Flexible Talent Nov 9, 2021 Intellectual Property A law firm is seeking a highly experienced patent litigation Attorney to support various matters on an interim basis for the next three months. No specific industry experience is required, but the Attorney should have extensive inter partes review (IPR) experience. This position is entirely remote, and the Attorney can be located anywhere. Requirements  Patent litigation experience, especially discovery and trial preparation; Inter partes review (IPR) is required Ability to work up to 40 hours per week for the next three months Active bar admission in any state About Legility Leader in legal operations and New Law company Legility (legility.com), provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.
Flexible Talent Nov 9, 2021 Commercial Contracts Legility seeks an experienced attorney to work on a full-time, contract basis to support a pharmaceutical company with clinical trial agreements and commercial contracts. The Attorney will work closely with in-house counsel to draft and negotiate clinical trial and commercial agreements relating to a variety of transactions. Successful applicants will have at least 10+ years of relevant in-house contracts experience. In addition to clinical trial agreements, relevant commercial work may include the following areas: Vendor and Supply, Purchase of Goods, Manufacturing, MSAs, Licensing, Financial Services, Confidential Disclosures, ICFs, Distribution, and others. This is a full-time, remote opportunity on contract for approximately 5-6 months or longer. Requirements: Minimum 10+ years of relevant drafting and negotiating experience in an in-house corporate setting or legal team Solid experience drafting and negotiating clinical trial agreements Desire and ability to work on a contract basis for approximately 5-6 months or potentially longer Demonstrated ability to lead and manage projects and work well with in-house counsel and internal business units Experience and ability to work independently on a remote basis; comfortable with technology Strong academic background from a top law school An active law license in good standing
Remote Flexible Talent Nov 9, 2021 Regulatory/Compliance Legility seeks an experienced SEC attorney to assist a technology company.  The experienced SEC attorney will assist with quarterly reports on an episodic basis (stretches of two or three weeks that are 40 hour weeks and then downtime between reporting periods). This is a remote, contract role of indefinite duration. Requirements 10+ years of SEC reporting experience in a corporate or large law firm environment Active US law licensure
Flexible Talent Nov 8, 2021 Corporate Formation & Governance Legility seeks an experienced corporate governance attorney with 10+ years of expertise in Corporate Governance, Securities and Compliance to support a well-known Nashville-based manufacturing client. This is a full-time contract opportunity with the potential to grow into a long-term or permanent role for the right candidate. Nashville-location is preferred with an opportunity to work remotely. Requirements: 10+ years of experience in corporate governance, securities and compliance with a top law firm or in-house legal department Significant experience in corporate compliance, securities, and corporate governance handling a wide-range of matters including proxies, Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K, SEC filings, Section 16 reports, conducting investigations, corporate formation and operations, etc. Demonstrated ability to work well with Boards of Directors and Board committees Excellent academic credentials and work history Superior oral and written communication skills, attention to detail and ability to work independently A licensed member in good standing with at least one State Bar association About Legility Leader in legal operations and New Law company Legility (legility.com), provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.  
Flexible Talent Nov 8, 2021 Healthcare Contracts A senior living facility is seeking an Attorney to fill a role that incorporates a wide variety of practice areas, including contracts, compliance and working with the A/R department on collections. This is a remote, full time position. See below for more information if you are looking for a position that offers variety, teamwork and purpose. Requirements: Experience working in an assisted living or skilled nursing facility is very helpful Proficiency drafting, negotiating and reviewing contracts including vendor and services agreements, NDAs, provider agreements and IT contracts Experience supervising outside counsel with Medicaid enrollments and other issues is helpful Bar admission in any state About Legility Leader in legal operations and New Law company Legility (legility.com), provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.
Flexible Talent Nov 6, 2021 Cybersecurity/Privacy & Data Protection Privacy Attorney Nashville, TN Legility seeks and experienced privacy attorney to work with an AmLaw 100 law firm client.  Qualified candidates will have 5+ years of experience handling data privacy and security matters, including advising on GDPR, CCPA/CPRA, state and international privacy laws.   This is a full-time salaried position in Nashville, Tennessee.  Candidates in other markets where the firm has an office will also be considered (Atlanta, Denver, Miami, Tampa, New York, Boston, Charlotte, Raleigh, Washington D.C.).  Requirements: 5+ years of experience handling data privacy and data security matters. Demonstrated experience advising on GDPR, CCPA/CPRA, state and international privacy laws. Excellent academic credentials and work history. Superior oral and written communication skills, attention to detail and ability to handle multiple priorities. A licensed member in good standing with at least one State Bar association.    
Enterprise Legal Solutions Nov 5, 2021 Financial Services/Banking Legility seeks an experienced Financial Services Attorney with NDA and commercial contracts experience to work with a large financial services corporation on Legility’s Enterprise Legal Solutions Team (https://www.legility.com/enterprise-legal-solutions). The Financial Services Attorney will work with the client’s NDAs that are being sent out as a part of the M&A process. This is a highly specialized position requiring in depth knowledge of NDAs related to financial services. Any experience working in/with investment banking or investment banking clients is preferred. The Financial Services Attorney will need to be willing to work in a team environment and be able to be adaptive, flexible, and responsive during normal business hours. Any experience with Quickbase software is preferred but not required. This is a part-time or full-time role, depending on the Financial Services Attorney’s preference, on contract and remote for an indefinite duration. Requirements: 10+ years of legal experience working in house or with a large firm specifically with financial services matters including ample knowledge of NDAs as they relate to financial services deals and M&A matters Any previous experience working in-house in/with investment banking or investment banking clients is preferred Willingness to work in a team environment as part of Legility’s Enterprise Legal Solutions team assigned to a specific, financial services client Demonstrated adaptability, flexibility, and responsiveness with the ability to respond to client's requests in a timely manner during normal business hours Knowledge or experience using Quickbase software is preferred but not required Ability to work remotely and licensed in state of residence Please provide a detailed resume (page limits do not apply) outlining all of your relevant experience as it pertains to the requirements set forth above and an entire account of your employment history.
Flexible Talent Nov 2, 2021 Regulatory/Compliance Help a corporation be Green! Our client is a large corporation that is seeking an Attorney to advise on sustainability initiatives, In particular, marketing and merchandise teams need advice regarding when and how they make Green claims - both generally and under various certification regimes, such as the Recycled Claim Standard (RCS) and Global Recycled Standard (GRS). The company expects this contract position to require approximately 15 hours per week and last for a few months. This position is 100% remote. Requirements: An Attorney with experience branding or marketing experience, especially around sustainability claims  Familiarity with the RCS and GRS are helpful, as is developing substantiation protocols with vendors Excellent communication skills   Bar admission is preferred, but not required   About Legility Leader in legal operations and New Law company Legility (legility.com), provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.
Flexible Talent Nov 2, 2021 Regulatory/Compliance Our client, a tech company in the food services company, is seeking a part-time Attorney, Paralegal, or Compliance Manager with extensive experience advising teams on taxes, including quarterly and year-end income tax form compliance, including: IRS e-filing procedures; Affordable Care Act matters; state and local income tax withholding; COVID related relief. This is a 100% remote position. Requirements: At least 5 years of experience supporting employment and tax issues as part of a compliance or tax team, either in house or at a law firm Familiarity with Forms 941 and 940 updates in relation to COVID relief; Forms W-2, 1099-MISC, and 1095-C as it relates to electronic reporting requirements, paper form requirements, deadlines, consent statements and retention With respect to the ACA, understanding and ability to provide insight on navigating regulations surrounding applicable large employers, look-back periods, full-time eligibility qualifications, and 4980H safe harbor provisions for employers A JD, paralegal certificate, OR experience as a compliance manager is required.
Flexible Talent Nov 1, 2021 Technology Legility seeks attorneys experienced in drafting and negotiating IT and sophisticated standard and non-standard technology agreements. Relevant experience will include SaaS/Cloud agreements, software licensing and development, vendor, reseller, service and distribution agreements, EULAs, terms of service and use, e-commerce, web hosting, advertising, marketing and others. This is a great opportunity for attorneys who wish to work remotely on a contract basis, with flexible part- or full-time hours. Requirements: Minimum 10 years of solid drafting and negotiating experience in IT contracts either in-house or with a large law firm Additional experience in privacy and security issues is a plus, but not required Demonstrated ability to lead and manage projects and work well with in-house counsel and internal business units Experience and ability to work independently on a remote basis; desire to work on contract basis Strong academic background from a top law school An active law license in state where you reside Leader in legal operations and New Law company, Legility (legility.com) provides consulting, technology, managed solutions and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000 and formerly known as Counsel On Call, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys, paralegals, and other legal and technology professionals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.
Flexible Talent Oct 29, 2021 Commercial Contracts Legility has a corporate client looking for a commercial contracts attorney experienced with IT contracts.  Responsibilities will include reviewing, drafting and negotiating IT staffing agreements, development contracts, IT support agreements and general commercial contracts.  This is a long-term contract position, and all of the work can be done remotely.  Candidates interested in both part-time and full-time work will be considered.  An active license to practice law in at least one State, and residence in the United States is required. About Legility Legility (legility.com), a leader in Legal Operations, provides consulting, technology, managed solutions, and flexible legal talent engagement services to corporations and law firms. The company has more than 1,000 lawyers, engineers, consultants, technology and data specialists, and operational experts serving one-third of the Fortune 100 and one-quarter of the Am Law 200. Founded in 2000, Legility works with corporate legal departments and law firms to improve operational efficiency. Our attorneys and paralegals choose to work with our company because of the many flexible, non-traditional and professionally challenging work options the company provides – whether our attorneys and paralegals want to work 15 hours a week or 50, on-site with the client, remotely, individually or in a team environment.