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ProfileCorporate Attorney The candidate will work as part of the Corporate Law Group that is responsible for the Company’s corporate governance and Board of Director matters, corporate and securities law compliance, executive compensation, as well as all mergers, acquisitions, investment and divestiture activities on a global basis. Will manage merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions may range from small private targets to public companies. Report to the Chief Corporate and Governance Counsel and Assistant Secretary, and the principal duties of this position will include general corporate and M&A activities as outlined below.The candidate must be qualified candidates have a JD degree from an ABA accredited law school and 7+ years of law firm or in-house experience with 5+ years of M&A-related experience. Must have a strong working knowledge of corporate governance matters, executive compensation and securities disclosure requirements with experience (preferably) supporting technology businesses. Perform research related to and educate and advise internal business stakeholders on relevant corporate governance legal and compliance issues. Assist with preparation and review of reports filed with the SEC under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, including disclosures on Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, and Section 16 reporting. Assist with preparation and review of the Company's annual proxy statement and other materials related to the Company's annual meeting of stockholders. Draft and review materials to be provided to the Board of Directors and its committees. Draft and review amendments to governing instruments, Board committee charters, and corporate policies. Provide support and counseling specific to executive compensation issues and related legal requirements and best practices, and assist with preparation of executive compensation-related plans, agreements, and related communications. Collaborate with and advise other departments, including Accounting, Finance, External Reporting, Treasury, Tax, and Investor Relations, on relevant corporate, governance and securities and related matters. Perform other duties and responsibilities for the Corporate Law Group as directed. Provide effective counseling, drafting, review and negotiation in support of Teradata’s M&A activities. Support legal due diligence, including contract review and thorough assessment of risks. Provide advice and counsel in support of Teradata’s strategy and business development team. Provide guidance regarding M&A-related regulatory requirements, including U.S. federal securities law compliance and reporting requirements. Counsel clients on post-transaction related matters, including integration planning, implementation and related issues. Provide training to clients and assist in developing M&A-related policies and contract templates. Coordinate and manage involvement of other in-house legal subject matter experts in M&A activities as required. Oversee and manage engagement of outside counsel for M&A activities.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate must be qualified candidates have a JD degree from an ABA accredited law school and 7+ years of law firm or in-house experience with 5+ years of M&A-related experience. Must have a strong working knowledge of corporate governance matters, executive compensation and securities disclosure requirements with experience (preferably) supporting technology businesses.