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Legal Intern

Mondelez International

Full time
  • Student
  • Not Disclosed
  • Mumbai, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021
  • Student
  • Not Disclosed
  • Mumbai, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021

Qualifications Position requires you to work as an intern Good communication skills and legal accumen Undergoing LLB (either 3 or 5 year) Work schedule: Regular

  • Commercial Law
  • communication
  • English

Judicial Member

National Company Law Appellate Tribunal

Full time
  • 5+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • New Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021
  • 5+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • New Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021

National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) is inviting applications for the post of Judicial Member (3 posts)   Qualifications Is or has been a Judge of a High Court Is a judicial member of the National Company Tribunal for five years Has been an advocate for ten years with substantial experience in litigation in matters relating to company affairs before National Company Law Tribunal, National Company Law Apppellate Tribunal, High Court or Supreme Court.

  • Litigation
  • Case Worker
  • NCLT
  • NCLAT

Consultant (Registrar)

Central Information Commission

Full time
  • 10+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • New Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021
  • 10+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • New Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021

Qualifications The Officer should have retired from the Central Government in the pay level 13 or above. Officer possessing a degree in law from a recognized university with 15 years work experience relating to filing legal applications, scrutiny and interpretation of laws, rules, regulations, instructions issued by the government from time to time. Age not exceeding 62 years as on closing date for receipt of applications. Desirable: Experience in RTI matters.

  • Legal Research
  • Corporate Law

GM - Circle Legal

Vodafone Idea (Vi)

Full time
  • 6+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • New Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021
  • 6+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • New Delhi, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021

Responsibilities Ensure Customer First Agenda by effective litigation/ dispute management in company’s best interest through superior business partnering and seen as a credible contributor to business and customer obsessed function. Timely evaluate and issue Notices as per business team requirement and keep informed business team.  Reply Notices post critical assessment of the subject along with the business team.  File complaints before the LEA / other enforcement agencies. Negotiations & Settlements. Engage with the Leadership team periodically to understand the business requirements and draft necessary Contracts, SOP’s, Notices for appointment / Termination/Renewal of Vendors/Partners, etc Ensure there are no back foot situations and risks are identified and adequately covered in the interest of the business while  performance of the contract. Coordinate with other stakeholder function and agree on Pre-printed Standardized Contract /SLA Ensure zero deviation from the standard contracts. Ensure Execution of the contracts as per DOA. Work in close coordination with HR team on conducting statutory audits and employee related compliances and also effectively handle matters before labour Tribunals and Courts. Timely reporting of any employment law related issues at Circle to stakeholders. Report to the business head and corporate legal team immediately if anti-bribery or anti-competitive practices are adopted against the interest of the company. Engaging by structured periodical meeting with the Circle functions & CLT to identify new risk areas and develop proactive strategy and support Business targets. Keep the business team informed on any deviation reported in the circle. Visit distributors, associate distributors, retailers, customers along with the business team and identify the new practices and deviations in the market. Participate and Support All Department and guide them whenever there is a requirement of legal intervention without limiting to Police enquiries.  Participate as management representative in all Critical committee workings as per HR protocol. Prepare standardized budget on discretionary expenses for circle in the following heads: Pending litigation expenses. (Agree on an average cost of per litigation). To identify and enable Outsourcing of non-value adding transactional work. Overall to ensure there are potential savings of discretionary expenses. Quarterly review of cost against budget. Ensure timely issuance of due payment notice(s) (penalties/claims) etc  Ensure timely issuance of notices (defaults/breaches and reply notice in case of potential disputes/ disputes as per requirements of the contracts and agreements.  c) Ensure provision of information if any required in the lis/disputes being litigated at court.  Reports, Trackers and Periodical Updates Legal Audits   Qualifications/Skills Must have a Law Degree from nationally recognized university, with a bar admission and good standing. Must have 6 to 10+ years of post-qualification experience as an in-house legal counsel with major reputed organization. Working computer and IT familiarity with an ability to do legal research, develop and improve processes, and apply technology to the Legal Department workflow. Superior ability to analyze, structure and negotiate all elements of the transactions described under this portfolio and should possess strong drafting skills.  Strong interpersonal, collaborative presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively and work with others at all levels of the organization (External Legal Counsels/Partners/Suppliers).  Strong negotiating skills involving legal and financial/commercial and technological issues.  An ability and skills to work across business functions, cultures and teams.  Ability to work independently with no supervision under fast paced environment.  Good knowledge in Corporate, Business, Civil, and Criminal Laws and keep abreast with ever changing legal and regulatory frame work. Good written, spoken and communication skills.

  • Legal Research
  • Drafting
  • Presentation
  • Litigation
  • Contracts
  • Negotiations
  • Corporate Law
  • Criminal Law
  • communication
  • Civil Law
  • 1+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Gurugram, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021
  • 1+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Gurugram, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021

As a member of the Ethics & Integrity Department, this individual is responsible for ensuring the Gartner brand is presented in the marketplace as independent and objective at all times. We’re looking for someone who is driven, has a strong sense of ownership, is sensitive to urgent client scenarios, and is able to think creatively – while still upholding corporate policies.   Responsibilities Understand, uphold, and drive consistent Copyright and Quote Policy principles to protect Gartner’s reputation for independence and objectivity; Manage requests to reference Gartner content externally, questions, and other issues with accuracy and diplomacy to deliver excellent client service in all interactions while meeting tight deadlines Handle requests to use Gartner content externally and ensure compliance with Gartner policies Help team members investigate claims related to breach of Gartner policies Manage multiple email queues containing inbound requests and questions from various internal and external constituencies Create and manage accurate, timely case records in a Matter Management system Accurately identify risk and other issue attributes of incoming matters Coordinate with other business units as appropriate Take on new projects as needed   Qualifications Bachelor of Laws (LLB) or Juris doctorate required; Minimum 1-2 years of trademark and copyright prosecution and litigation experience required (working with in-house counsel/law firm is preferred); Have a working knowledge of what rises to the level of infringement and the ability to creatively tackle such issues; Superior verbal and written communication skills (knowledge of US vernacular a plus); Ability to work independently and with a team; Willingness and ability to assume new tasks and responsibilities; Strong service orientation and an ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, peers, and management; Ability to work well under pressure, facilitate solutions, and meet deadlines and milestones for projects and matters assigned; Commitment to enforcing the independence and objectivity of Gartner; Commitment to professional growth and development; and Strong attention to detail as well as tenacity to keep with projects until they are complete

  • Management
  • Litigation
  • Organization Skills
  • communication
  • Trademark
  • Copyright

Compliance Specialist - Contract

United States Pharmacopeia

Full time
  • 3+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Hyderabad, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021
  • 3+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Hyderabad, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021

Functions as a compliance specialist responsible for reviewing and finalizing vendor, 3 rd party and public health related due diligence. Provide support to global compliance team on compliance and ethics related matters and other support areas identified, as necessary.   Responsibilities Interact with GCE, stakeholders in the organization to support the due diligence process, including providing answers to questions, document collection and review. Prepare, finalize and put up for review due diligence reports for prospective Business Partners. Gather information from Stakeholders on prospective Business Partners and facilitate the due diligence review. Recommend mitigation activities for red flags identified during the due diligence process. Finalize the due diligence recommendation or otherwise escalate and provide recommendations to Global Compliance team. Assist with USPs annual Conflicts of Interest Disclosures process. Work with the Senior Compliance Manager to draft and review SOPs, job aids and other documentation pertaining to the Compliance & Ethics program. Monitor and respond to incoming emails and queries. Coordinate with key Stakeholders to ensure post-approval follow up or monitoring steps; Archive due diligence review documents and approval forms; Any other compliance support identified from time to time by VP Quality & Compliance and Director – Legal & Compliance; Assist Director Legal & Compliance with site related activities pertaining to maintaining the e-Compliance system, mapping, reviewing and monitoring the system, act as a system administrator; Manage, review, report and help stakeholders with compliances listed in the system; Keep abreast on local and central regulations impacting USP operations and ensure compliance with these regulations are mapped and included in the e-Compliance system ; Assist site legal team with support pertaining to site compliance, legal, contractual or other operational needs; Assist Director – Legal & Compliance with preparing, reviewing and maintaining Corporate Secretarial records such as board minutes, general meeting documents, upkeep and maintain legal records and registers;   Qualifications Fresher or any candidate interested in the role with at least 3-5 years experience A recognized Degree or Master’s Degree in Law; Or a Graduate in Commerce with recognized compliance certification;

  • Compliance
  • Management
  • Drafting
  • Due Diligence
  • Secretarial
  • Contracts
  • 6+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021
  • 6+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021

We are looking for a Legal Counsel for our India operations and to advise on a variety of legal, commercial and employment matters, including payments and remittances along with other operational advisory. The candidate should have some experience working as a banking or securities lawyer at an established law firm or at financial services or fin-tech companies.   Responsibilities Draft, review, negotiate and advise internal stakeholders and negotiate with external counterparts on a variety of commercial agreements, including third party agreements, operations agreements, services agreements, partnerships, and marketing agreements Develop and implement processes for efficient and streamlined operations surrounding contract negotiation and processes Develop and maintain precedent agreements, contract management systems, and other databases Identify and advise on legal risks in connection with the development of new products Liaise with specialist external counsel in relation to original new products, expansion into new market verticals and areas relating to compliance, privacy, or security Resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships, and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries Drive and support all ongoing HR compliance review processes, including necessary employment filings, policies and procedures and liaise with external counsel to manage employment matters when appropriate Provide the necessary employment support to the local HR team in relation with the employee’s lifecycle including recruiting; hiring; employee relations; discipline, compensation, benefits, bonus & equity awards and terminations Support the business expansion and transformation by advising on various range of collective employment issues including redundancies, transfer of undertaking, acquisition, etc Monitor changes to regulatory requirements and proactively handle regulatory developments and advisory work related to a broad range of regulated areas including; payments, trading and investments, insurance, plus many more.  . Provide time-sensitive support on a wide array of legal inquiries in connection with all aspects of India operations Identify and consult on legal risks in connection with the development of new products   Qualifications Strong client-service and customer orientation and strengths in forming good working relationships High degree of independence, initiative and decisiveness Excellent academic and work credentials   6+ years of post qualification experience (LLB) Excellent command over English (written and oral) is a must An enthusiasm and drive for delivering results Strong analytical skills and an ability to demonstrate sound legal and business judgment, even in ambiguous situations Ability to work independently and also contribute successfully to cross-functional teams Excellent organisational skills, and an ability to manage multiple projects at once, to meet deadlines Common sense, great judgment, and a good sense of humour Strong experience in advising clients on commercial contract matters and employment matters (past experience in: regulatory, IP, IT is a plus) across a broad range of areas including Financial Services, Technology and Corporates Desire to work in a fast-paced, high pressure, entrepreneurial environment Work hard but have a lot of fun doing it!

  • Compliance
  • Drafting
  • Privacy
  • Litigation
  • Contracts
  • Negotiations
  • Policy
  • Organization Skills
  • English

Trade Compliance Specialist, Senior

Zebra Technologies

Full time
  • 5+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021
  • 5+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Bengaluru, India
  • Post Date: Nov 08, 2021
  • End Date: Dec 08, 2021

The Trade Compliance Specialist, Senior is a key player in Zebra’s APAC Global Trade Compliance team. This role is an individual contributor role based in India, supporting Zebra’s India sales team and the larger Indian sub-continent for partners. Preference is for the position to be based out of Bangalore, but candidates from Mumbai, Noida or Pune may apply and will be considered. This position reports to the Senior Manager of Trade Compliance based in Singapore   Responsibilities Managing of HTS, ECCN, customs valuation, customs brokers, trade consultants, internal and external stakeholders, liaising with customs officials, business process documentation, business process innovation, audits, record keeping Regulatory research on international trade and customs matters Ability to read and interpret legal and customs text and summarize them into useful and digestible information for the business is absolutely critical Excellent communication skills in English, written and spoken Conversational Hindi Good Microsoft Office skills, especially Microsoft Excel skills Ability to work cross-functionally and cross-culturally to influence and contribute to decision-making Intellectually curious Good interpersonal skills Numerically savvy Hardworking and adaptable Great attention to detail with the ability to think strategically Proactive, resourceful, innovative, collaborative, business savvy problem solver Activation of free trade agreement, legal and customs research and analysis, systems/data alignment, User acceptance testing and others as assigned Regional projects may be assigned Occasional calls with global teams outside of standard Indian working hours for projects, business alignment or team building   Qualifications Prefer 5-8 years of experience as a trade compliance professional in conjunction with experience in legal/finance/commerce experience Final position and job grade maybe adjusted depending on qualification, skills and experience of the candidate

  • Compliance
  • Legal Research
  • MS Office
  • communication
  • Finance
  • English
  • Hindi

Associate General Counsel

WhatsApp

Full time
  • 10+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Gurugram, India
  • Post Date: Oct 12, 2021
  • End Date: Jan 12, 2022
  • 10+ years
  • Not Disclosed
  • Gurugram, India
  • Post Date: Oct 12, 2021
  • End Date: Jan 12, 2022

Associate General Counsel, WhatsApp Responsibilities Advise company in connection with regulatory, payments and fintech matters. Advise the company on compliance, privacy, and payments issues. Manage a large portfolio, arising out of regulatory matters, intellectual property, privacy, integrity, telecommunications, and encryption. Represent WhatsApp externally to various audiences. Some travel may be required. Work may involve projects in other areas, including areas involving unfamiliar subject matters.   Minimum Qualifications LLB and excellent academic credentials from a top law school. 10+ years of relevant experience, including prior in-house experience with Internet or technology companies and/or a law firm. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Experience working with in-house clients and business partners.

  • Compliance
  • Privacy
  • Legal Tech
  • Information Technology Law
  • Intellectual Property (IP)
  • Finance
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