EMEA Privacy Counsel with a growing US Tech – Dublin OR LondonEMEA Legal Recruitment | Full Time
Our client is a US cloud‑based platform that was recently listed as one of the World's Most Admired Technology Companies. This dynamic and fast-growing tech business offers exceptional solutions which create innovative digital workflows enabling 80% of the Fortune 500 to exceed productivity levels. With unforeseen business growth developing across The UK and EMEA, they now seek an experienced privacy lawyer to join their dynamic legal team.You will be based in West London or Dublin, with the option to work remotely 3-4 days per week, where you'll have a direct report to the Director, Privacy Counsel (EMEA). You will work as part of a Global Team on a broad range of privacy and data protection matters across the EMEA jurisdiction focusing on strategic privacy goals and providing operational legal support on processes organization. This is an opportunity to play a key role with guidance on various privacy matters across multiple departments i.e. global marketing, procurement, product teams, sales, human resources and the governance, risk and compliance team, in conjunction with the Global Privacy team. You will assist the commercial legal team by reviewing and negotiating privacy-related agreements, (e.g. DPAs and Data Sharing Agreements, SCCs), in support of global sales transactions and procurement. As this role is quite broad, you’ll have the opportunity to assist with privacy-related due diligence and privacy impact assessments in M&A transactions, whilst supporting privacy training for various groups within the company. As this business is a SaaS/Cloud business you’ll assist IT and Legal teams with the transfer of data and advise on the possible risks which may impact the business whilst ensuring the business is adhering to GDPR guidelines in relation to international data transfer developments.The ideal candidate will have experience in advising Software and IT Developers who lack the understanding and implications of GDPR and Privacy law matters which impact the design of their innovative products. Must have at least 2.5yrs PQE and be ideally UK or Irish Qualified (dual UK/EU preferred) with legal training from a top-tier Privacy Team of an internationally acclaimed Law Firm. Candidates with current in-house or recent secondment privacy/GDPR experience gained from a multinational tech corporation will be preferred. To succeed you'll need more than a legal brain and strong academics as this Privacy Team requires a legal professional who is naturally pragmatic where you're comfortable to review and advise on newly created products.The EMEA Head of Privacy was hired into this business by "EMEA Legal Recruitment" and like all our candidates, he’s a lovely Irish guy who really protects his team and helps them nurture their careers, so what more do you want??? The choice is yours, a miserable Partner in a Law Firm as your Boss or work for a lovely Boss in a US Tech business with flexible working….. the difference is night and day!! For further details please contact Liam Taaffe - firstname.lastname@example.org"Best not to call him as he never shuts up - it's an Irish thing!"EMEA Legal Recruitment is a leading in-house legal recruitment firm with a focus in hiring for the Tech and Fintech space. Visit www.emea.legal
EMEA Employment Lawyer, US Tech Business, Dublin OR LondonEMEA Legal Recruitment | Full Time
Our client is a US cloud‑based platform that was recently listed as one of the World's Most Admired Technology Companies. This dynamic and fast-growing tech business offers exceptional solutions which create innovative digital workflows enabling 80% of the Fortune 500 to exceed productivity levels. With unforeseen business growth developing across The UK and EMEA, they now seek an experienced Employment Lawyer to work as part of the Global Employment team.You will be based in West London or Dublin with a direct report to the Head of Employment (EMEA) and will work on a broad range of individual and collective employment law-related issues. As part of this role, you will work on exciting projects across business lines and across the EMEA region, dealing with a wide variety of employment law matters from hiring, disciplinary actions, dismissals, complex employee relations issues, restructurings, works councils, compensation and benefits, leaves, DIBs (diversity, inclusion and belonging), and employee privacy matters. You will advise the Global Talent Team to create and revise global and locally compliant policies and procedures in keeping with consistency with company ethics & values. As this role has a non-contentious employment focus, you will have a broad range of employment litigation and regulatory matters to manage where quick judgment is required with the support of an external counsel. This role requires you to monitor and maintain knowledge of changes in EMEA-related employment laws and regulations and industry practices that impact the business and provide practical advice and support to the business. There will be some exposure to advisory support for the Privacy team on employee-related privacy/GDPR matters.The CandidateThe successful candidate must be UK or EU Qualified with ideally 3.5yrs+ PQE gained from a leading international law firm (Tier 1 employment team) in London or a leading Irish/EU firm. Must have a really good understanding of UK and EU employment law while some exposure to privacy matters relating to employment law would be advantageous. Applications from lawyers with In-house employment law experience, or secondment, from international business with a focus on Cloud or SaaS employment law-related issues would be fantastic, but we know it’s a big ask! Must have the natural ability to prioritise employment issues in a fast-moving work environment where quick judgment and excellent interpersonal/communication skills are both paramount to succeed in this super exciting role. The successful candidate will be entitled to an excellent salary, a minimum 15% bonus, and very generous stocks, which easily exceeds the majority of current compensation packages which US Blue-Chip Tech Businesses.Please contact Liam Taaffe at EMEA Legal for further details at email@example.com
Legal Counsel – Fintech – Galway, Ireland (12 month contract)EMEA Legal | 12 month Full Time Contract
Our client is a multinational Fintech business offering its customers an innovative payments service that simplifies complex transactions and is at the forefront of global digital payments innovation. This Fintech leader serves over 600,000 merchants and manages around 800 million transactions, worth in excess of $55 billion.You will report to the General Counsel and work along with an existing team of 10 lawyers all focusing on a broad range of projects in multi-jurisdictions. This position will play a fundamental role in supporting this business with its unprecedented growth. You will work from the Irish office (Galway City) where expertise in commercial law, contract drafting, and contractual negotiations is required. You will advise on ad-hoc special projects, including new product developments and keep on the constant lookout for possible legal and regulatory issues which might impact the business. This role will expose you to lots of non-Legal related work and you will be required to provide pragmatic advice to stakeholders with regards to applicable laws or regulations that may impact the business.Candidates will be 4yrs+ PQE and ideally be an Irish or English qualified solicitor (other EU jurisdictions considered) with a focus on commercial contracts, working either in-house or in a leading law firm. The ideal candidate must have strong knowledge of contract and commercial law, with a strong preference for lawyers with previous professional experience of the fintech and financial services sector. This Legal Counsel role is a 12 month contract however, there is a strong possibility of the position becoming full time.For further details please contact Liam Taaffe at firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Health & Safety Counsel – Fortune 50 Tech Business – LondonEMEA Legal | Full Time
A fortune 50 Tech business is keen to hire an experienced health & safety Lawyer to manage and develop a team in London with a focus on UK and EMEA-related matters. This dynamic and rapidly growing business offers its customers the forefront of cloud and IT infrastructure services including so much more.You will work as part of a global Health & Safety team with a direct report to the US office where you will be solely responsible for health & safety legal matters including environmental, trade, and products. This position will expose you to an array of Health & Safety matters including ad-hoc advice on compliance issues, monitoring and advising the business of upcoming regulatory changes, developing and improving compliance policies and procedures, working cross-functionally with other teams to ensure all processes are compliant. You will negotiate on commercial transactions with large vendors, resolve issues that may arise in the compliance areas including inspections, and handling pre-litigation legal disputes.The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 10 years of legal experience gained in health & safety compliance, with at least two years of practice gained from a leading UK or International Law Firm. This opportunity is offering a huge platform to create a team and quickly develop as a professional where you’ll need to be pragmatic whilst enjoy working hard and being challenged.There is an excellent salary package on offer which includes a signing-on bonus and RSU/stocks.For a confidential conversation, please contact Liam Taaffe at EMEA Legal Recruitment – email@example.com or 0207 183 9122.
Legal Counsel, US Cloud Multinational (public sector sales) – Zurich 5yrs+EMEA Legal | Full Time
Our client is a world-leading cloud technology business that is rapidly expanding its presence in Switzerland. They have created their first Swiss-based legal role where they require a highly experienced commercial lawyer with a key focus on supporting public sector sales and procurement compliance in Switzerland and across EMEA.This company will expose you to the forefront of the cloud computing industry and specifically in providing IT infrastructure services where you will be responsible for drafting and negotiating a wide range of technology contracts and subcontracts with public and private sector customers. This amazing quality of work will including licensing, teaming, reseller and framework agreements/responses to requests for proposals and tenders. For the right candidate, this role will quickly develop into a team management position where you will work alongside the (non-legal) Sales, Public Policy, and Security Assurance teams, providing day-to-day advice for senior executives and other business members on government contracting issues, resolving queries that arise in existing relationships.The successful candidate must either be admitted to practice law in Switzerland (Swiss Qualified) or be a Non-Swiss qualified lawyer with 5yrs+ experience gained in the region. You must have solid legal training from an international law firm with a full understanding of Swiss and EU public procurement directives, rules, and procedures. Ideally, you will have strong working relationships with government contracting officials and understand the procurement and compliance processes from both a legal and commercial viewpoint. Familiarity with cloud computing, IT infrastructure, and telecommunications would be advantageous however we will consider Commercial Lawyers from different industries. You must have a thorough knowledge of supporting commercial teams on public sector sales and procurement compliance in Switzerland and across EMEA. Must be bilingual in English and (Swiss) German and show the natural ability to work autonomously under little supervision and show natural pragmatism when faced with challenging and ambiguous situations.This opportunity is based in Zurich, Switzerland with some international travel required.For more details, please contact Liam Taaffe at EMEA Legal via firstname.lastname@example.org**CHPort is acting as a 3rd party representative for EMEA Legal's recruitment activity in Switzerland**
EU Regulatory Counsel (Fintech/Crypto) – DublinEMEA Legal | Full Time
A leading US Fintech and Crypto business with major EU expansion plans has a newly created opportunity for an experienced Regulatory Counsel to advise on specific regulatory Fintech and Crypto matters and to help build rapport with regulators in multiple EU and UK jurisdictions. This fintech business offers innovative products which have opened the eyes of the financial world while the magnitude of their products is playing a critical role in the mainstream adoption of crypto assets. This unique job opportunity is perfectly suited for a Regulatory Lawyer looking for a more commercially focused role within a creative and fast-growing business of super-smart employees. Plus you can work remotely on a permanent basis!The RoleYou will report to the Global Head of Regulatory where you can work remotely with the option to work from their super cool EMEA office in Dublin There is a key regulatory focus on multiple EU jurisdictions where your solid regulatory Fintech and Crypto product knowledge is required to ensure all clients and their customers are abiding the rules and regulations within their region. You will represent the business to specific regulators and external partners on regulatory matters relating to licensing applications and management functions. This role requires you to be commercially savvy with a natural ability to identify risks that might impact the business where you need to provide pragmatic solutions when solving these issues. Relationship-building experience is key as you will need team-leading experience in managing Lawyers of high caliber backgrounds.The CandidateYou must have a genuine interest and passion for all things Fintech and Crypto-related with Regulatory experience gained in this field from a leading Irish or International Law Firm. Ideally, you will have in-house experience gained from the Regulatory Team of a leading Fintech business or Central Bank of Ireland would be really advantageous. Candidates must be Irish and/or UK qualified with a minimum of 6yrs PQE with excellent team management experience and strong relationships with key regulators. This position offers a very compelling package that is paying far more than most competition on the ground however, in return, candidates must be exceptional with all the above key experience.ContactPlease speak with Liam Taaffe at EMEA Legal via email@example.com for further details.