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Assoc Counsel

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Date Last Verified

Oct 31, 2021

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Feb 13, 2022

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Apr 21, 2021

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1-4 yrs required


Omaha, NE, United States

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Contract Law >> Contract Law
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Assoc Counsel
The candidate develops and negotiates agreements and other transactional documents for all types of business transactions, including license, service, distribution, OEM, resale agreements and confidentiality agreements. Advises staff on legal risks with respect to operational business decisions. Assists in the establishment and roll-out of company-wide policies affecting the business segment. Perform other duties as assigned. Understand and adhere to all corporate policies to include the ACI Code of Business Conduct and Ethics. Must have JD degree from an accredited law school. License to practice law. Should have 1-4 years legal experience in a law firm or a corporate environment. Requires a Juris Doctor degree from an ABA accredited school and license to practice in at least one state and eligible for admission to the Nebraska State Bar or local equivalent. Experience in general corporate and other laws and regulations specific to the computer and technology industry highly desired.

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Hiring Coordinator
ACI Worldwide, Inc.
330 South 108th Avenue
Omaha, NE 68154

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