The Associate Legal Counsel will support the legal functions for a global professional services and product organization. The ideal candidate is an attorney with high-level organizational skills, a strong sense of accountability, and comfortable with contract negotiation. A strong interest in technology is a must.

This full-time role is based in the Company’s New York City office. This position has an anticipated salary range of $80,000 to $95,000. 

Requirements

  • 2+ years experience in commercial/technology transactions. Familiarity with employment law (primarily California and New York), immigration law, intellectual property, data processing (US and EU), and product licensing is helpful.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and G Suite applications
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Unquestioned ethics, integrity and adherence to strict confidentiality, demonstrating tact and discretion
  • Self-motivated ability to work independently, prioritize workload and meet deadlines
  • Positive and enthusiastic attitude
  • Excellent attention to detail with the ability to multitask
  • Demonstrates intellectual agility, initiative, resourcefulness and patience
  • Pragmatism with strong business acumen
  • Negotiation skills
  • Experience working with professional service organizations and product technology teams (preferred)
  • Experience working with or for multinational corporations and/or international law firms (preferred)

Responsibilities

  • Work on general matters across the global organization, assisting the outside general counsel and foreign based counsel.
  • Draft and participate in commercial contracts negotiations with clients and service providers and elevate legal risks to management
  • Draft agreements and other legal documents as needed
  • Work with outside legal counsel on immigration matters
  • Maintain momentum for contract management and escalate when needed
  • Respond to ad hoc contract interpretation queries from Commercial and Management
  • Work with PEOs, background screening vendor, and outside legal counsel
  • Manage risks in business operations and decision-making
    • Training coordination, including the preparation of training materials
    • Assist in reviewing, amending and implementing changes to policies, procedures and standard documentation in light of legal developments.
    • Monitor legal developments affecting our industries and/or related entities and circulate documentation as needed
  • Legal technology management, including the gathering of Legal data analytics

About Infront X

Infront X is a team of digital strategists, artists and technologists working exclusively in the areas of consumer loyalty, audience growth and digital content delivery. Since its founding in 2008, Infront X has established itself as a market leader, focused on helping clients achieve returns on the strategic, creative and technical investments they've made.

Benefits

  • Competitive salary and yearly bonus
  • Multiple insurance options
  • Pre-tax commuter benefits
  • Retirement benefits
  • Fully stocked pantry with snacks and coffee bar
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • Happy Hours and periodic team activities
  • Work in a high-growth, energetic environment

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