Telecommunications/Counsel/In House/Stamford, Connecticut

Company Name:
Director, Senior Counsel
The candidate researches legal principles and precedents, gathers relevant case-related information and drafts and executes legal documents. Analyzes proposed and established regulations, prepares legal documents, and reviews company policies. Advises management on legal matters and ensures compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Provides work guidance to paraprofessional and support staff in developing solutions to problems presented. Hires, trains, supervises, and evaluates a dedicated legal staff comprised of attorneys, paralegals, and administrative personnel. Interprets laws, rulings, and regulations for corporation. Prepares and presents compliance and legal briefing to management. Represents corporation in legal and regulatory proceedings. Researches and drafts administrative and legislative proposals, regulations and reports. Evaluates existing policies, procedures and applicable training for the company. Fields and answers questions from business units concerning legal topics related to assigned area. Meets with business clients and third-parties. Negotiates and drafts business agreements. Coordinates and manages outside counsel. Keeps informed of industry-specific regulations and ensures that appropriate risk management strategies are in place. Works with senior in-house attorneys to identify and address key legal issues for management.

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