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COMMERCIAL IP LEGAL COUNSEL

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Senior VP, General Counsel 

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IP Legal Counsel

YOOX NET-A-PORTER GROUP is the world’s leading online luxury fashion retailer. The Legal team are now seeking a talented Commercial Legal Counsel to join the team. You will provide support to the YNAP global business and our various international subsidiaries. The legal counsel will support the Head of Legal and the existing commercial legal team.

Key Responsibilities:

The role involves a wide variety of work, including but not limited to;

The Commercial Legal Counsel will be involved in the provision of practical, commercial, solution-driven advice on a wide variety of general commercial issues including marketing, e-commerce, outsourcing, internet/new media, data protection, IT and consumer law.  You will be involved a wide variety of work, including but not limited to:

  • Drafting and advising on a variety of commercial agreements, such as marketing and PR agreements, event sponsorship agreements, competition T&Cs, supply/purchase contracts, services agreements, venue hire agreements, influencer and talent contribution agreements, brand collaboration and non-disclosure agreements.
  • E-Commerce work, including advising on regulatory requirements, website design requirements, transactional website requirements, website terms and conditions, consumer law issues, etc.
  • Data protection work, including advising on data protection principles in the context of GDPR, information security requirements, direct marketing rules, online behavioural advertising, cookies, etc.
  • Advertising and marketing work, including events, competitions and promotions and advice on advertising law and codes of practice

You must complement the small, dedicated, collaborative and passionate, existing in-house team, currently made up of the Head of Legal, a mid-level legal counsel and a legal PA. This role will report into the Head of Legal. A good team spirit and a practical and commercial approach to problem solving are essential.

Ideal candidate:

  • A qualification to practice law in England and Wales (or equivalent)
  • Extensive demonstrable commercial legal experience at the 1 to 2 years PQE level (reference to years’ experience is a guide – suitable candidates will be considered regardless of years’ experience)
  • Ideally have completed at least one 6 month secondment in commerce and industry or have previous in-house experience
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills
  • A strong analytical mind, an aptitude for problem solving and excellent drafting skills
  • Demonstrable ability to proactively develop internal business relationships
  • Ideally have knowledge of at least one other European language (preferably Italian)
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LOCATION: London, United Kingdom CONTRACT: Full-time, POSITION: April 2018. 

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River Island are looking for a confident and commercially minded lawyer who thrives on working in a fast-paced business and is passionate about the fashion retail sector.

In this role, you will be responsible for: 

Contracts and commercial

  • Summarise and effectively communicate complex legal concepts to stakeholders within the business at all levels; be flexible and intuitive in all communications.
  • Work closely with the IT and ecommerce teams to assist with the evolution of our omnichannel offering and advise upon new technologies and inherent risks.
  • Review a wide variety of commercial contracts across all other areas of the business including marketing, wholesale, logistics and retail operations.
  • Assisting the procurement team with the drafting of tenders and negotiation of contracts with suppliers of other goods and services.
  • Support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes.
  • Reviewing and negotiating terms and conditions with manufacturers of our products and associated materials.

Compliance

  • Keep abreast of the regulatory framework in which River Island operates and keep management and the relevant departments informed of upcoming issues which may impact the business.
  • Be familiar with the principles of the forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation and assist with our implementation programme and ongoing compliance.
  • Negotiate agreements that comply with company policies and risk tolerance.
  • Help review and support ethical conduct and legal compliance programmes.
  • Assist with ongoing and regular reviews of standard form documentation across the business.
  • Assist with the development and implementation of education and training programs on topics where staff should be aware of the legal background or context.
  • Advise and assist technical teams on product safety issues, including product recall.
  • Deal with customer complaints in relation to consumer law, discrimination, product safety and product defects.

Marketing and eCommerce

  • Draft agreements and review terms and conditions with consultants, 3rd party agencies, PR companies, performance marketing and other creative providers.
  • Review and advise upon all printed and online promotional material; advise on sales promotions; provide practical, legal risk analysis.
  • Understand and advise upon the regulatory framework surrounding brand advertising including a working knowledge of the CAP code, trading standards issues and the policies of the ASA.
  • Advise generally on topical legal issues such as product placement, comparative advertising and celebrity image rights/endorsements.
  • Draft and negotiate sponsorship agreements, design collaborations, content agreements and other forms of arrangements with celebrities and brand ambassadors.
  • Understand the legal issues and be able to advise upon the use of and interaction with all forms of social media.

Intellectual Property

  • Assist with IP litigation disputes involving design rights, trade marks, copyright and other connected rights issues.
  • Provide practical advice and commercial risk analysis to the design teams and the buying teams across all departments with regards to the legal implications around designing products in the fashion sector.
  • Advise on global brand security strategies, anti-counterfeit measures and supply chain security.
  • This job description is not exhaustive and you may be required to carry out other duties as requested.

WE KNOW WHAT WE’RE DOING… and we know exactly what experience we’re looking for!

  • BA or LLB from a top college or university.
  • Trained and qualified at a reputable law firm.
  • Between 3 and 4 years post qualified experience, in a legal capacity, in a commercial environment preferably with an emphasis on IT / digital media.
  • Be passionate about brands and wanting to work for River Island.
  • Ability to interpret the law and apply it in the context of the commercial objectives of the business.
  • Hard working, well organized and able to manage numerous projects simultaneously under deadline pressure.
  • Be pro-active and show initiative at all times.A confident, can do attitude is required at all times.
  • Excellent communication skills, both in writing and in person.
  • Common sense approach to work.
  • Capacity to have fun and enjoy work is essential.

 

LOCATION: London, United Kingdom CONTRACT: Full-time, 70K - 80K. POSITION: March 2018. 

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Job Description

About the role:

We are looking for a bright, hard-working, extremely organised and conscientious individual with good communication skills and the ability to work under pressure.  Reporting directly to Senior Legal Counsel (Corporate/Commercial) or the Senior Legal Counsel (IP/Commercial), there’s a lot of opportunity with this role to get involved in legal work across extremely broad areas.  We see this as a long term role, and one we would like the individual to grow into and shape as they develop.   This is an opportunity to join a highly regarded team within a successful and dynamic company.

 

What you’ll do:

  • General assistance to the Legal Team on a wide range of day-to-day matters
  • Populating/checking standard form contracts
  • Preparing contracts for signature
  • Assisting on due diligence on a variety of matters
  • Assisting in the production of transaction bibles, template documentation and the on- going management of a Farfetch legal template database
  • Ad hoc legal research
  • With supervision, ad hoc review of day-to-day commercial contracts such as NDAs, marketing and social influencer contracts
  • Liaising with external counsel, trade mark attorneys, Companies House and other regulatory authorities and stakeholders
  • Managing contract capture and document storage systems (online and offline) including supporting on trade mark portfolio management 

The Ideal Candidate

Who you are:

  • Ideally, some previous experience in a similar role
  • Enthusiasm for the Farfetch business
  • Highly organised with considerable attention to detail, especially under pressure
  • The ability to follow instructions carefully and accurately
  • A team player with a positive ‘can do’ attitude, generally being proactive
  • Being a ‘problem solver’
  • ‘Tech-savvy’ with competent skills and knowledge of the technology world
  • The ability to handle difficult time pressures and be resilient
  • Good time management and prioritising of conflicting demands
  • A willingness to learn more about the in-house legal world and commercial/contract law     

Have you set out why this role is a good match for your career aspirations and that you have the skills and experience required? We want you to be as clear about your future ambitions as we are and whilst we encourage people to learn, develop and grow, you will need to hit the ground running.

LOCATION: London, United Kingdom CONTRACT: Full-time POSITION: March 2018. 

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The legal team at Farfetch is continuing to grow in order to support the Group now and through the next phase of its ambitious plans. Reporting directly to the Principal Legal Counsel (Commercial/IP), you will enjoy an extremely broad role, delivering high quality legal advice and services across multiple operational territories in conjunction with our wider international legal team sitting in Porto, Moscow and Shanghai. 

The role requires someone who is hands on and commercially minded, with a strong professional ethic and the energy, interest and training to pursue a broad array of commercial, IP, legal and risk/reputation management matters. This is a role with great potential for the right candidate to quickly grow their level of experience, responsibility and autonomy.

 

What You’ll do: 

  • You will be drafting and negotiating a broad range of commercial contracts including SaaS agreements, software development agreements, media content/subscription agreements, logistics agreements, talent agreements, partnership agreements, sponsorship agreements, event agreements, NDAs and digital marketing agreements across the group, including for the “Store of the Future” and “Black & White” Farfetch business divisions and for Browns.
  • You will be working with the Legal Counsel (IP/Commercial) to maintain and update template agreements and group IP policies.
  • You will be supporting the Legal Counsel (IP/Commercial) with all IP matters (contentious and non-contentious) across the globe, including implementing Farfetch’s brand protection strategy.
  • You will be working directly with the Marketing teams (offline/online) in relation to their marketing initiatives and projects.
  • You will be supporting the integration of acquired businesses into the Farfetch group.
  • You will be managing and working with external counsel and trade mark agents as appropriate.
  • You will be supporting the business on ancillary matters such as ad hoc project work related to the ongoing growth of the business.

Who You Are: 

This is a highly visible and exciting role in a growing and dynamic team. This role will be ideal for a junior commercial/IT/IP lawyer looking to branch out in-house into a more business focused role.

You will likely:

  • Be an English law qualified lawyer with 0-2 years’ PQE as a commercial/IT/IP lawyer. Some data protection knowledge would be beneficial.
  • Have excellent private practice training and hands-on experience from a top tier law firm.
  • Have some prior in-house exposure, perhaps in the form of a client secondment.
  • Possess excellent communication, negotiating and drafting skills.
  • Proven ability to deliver commercial and pragmatic solutions and concise advice
  • Have a strong work ethic and attention to detail.
  • Be passionate about fast moving consumer-led technology businesses.
  • Be driven, forward thinking, robust, innovative and agile, with commercial acumen.

LOCATION: London, United Kingdom POSITION: Full-time, February 2018 Position Now Closed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

River Island are looking for a confident and commercially minded lawyer who thrives on working in a fast paced business and is passionate about the fashion retail sector. The Legal Counsel will provide direct legal support to the General Counsel and also the Company Secretary across a broad spectrum of legal and commercial issues. 

In this role you will be responsible for:

Intellectual Property

  • Manage IP litigation disputes involving design rights, trade marks, copyright and other connected rights issues.  
  • Draft cease & desist letters, advise on dispute strategy and settlement options, instruct and manage external legal providers.
  • Assist with the management of the international trade mark portfolio, including the provision of advice on registration strategies as well filing and managing oppositions. 
  • Pro-active management of extensive domain name portfolio, devising strategies to deal with problems, taking direct action to seek recovery from cyber squatters, updating the business on developments in the law.
  • Provide practical advice and commercial risk analysis to the design teams and the buying teams across all departments with regards to the legal implications around designing products in the fashion sector.
  • Advise on global brand security strategies, anti counterfeit measures and supply chain security.

Commercial

  • Summarise and effectively communicate complex legal concepts to stakeholders within the business at all levels; be flexible and intuitive in all communications. 
  • Support the brand’s international business; advising on franchise agreements, licensing deals and joint venture vehicles. 
  • Reviewing and negotiating terms and conditions with manufacturers of our products and associated materials.
  • Assisting the procurement team with the drafting of tenders and negotiation of contracts with suppliers of other goods and services.   
  • Reviewing a wide variety of commercial contracts across all other areas of the business including IT, logistics, marketing and retail operations. 
  • Support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes.

Marketing and eCommerce

  • Advise the marketing team on the legal considerations and consequences of brand campaigns, domestically and internationally. 
  • Draft consultancy agreements and review terms and conditions with 3rd party agencies, PR companies and other creative providers.
  • Draft and provide advice on model release forms, media buy outs and image rights in general.
  • Review and advise upon all printed and online promotional material; advise on competitions; provide practical, legal risk analysis.
  • Understand and advise upon the regulatory framework surrounding brand advertising including a working knowledge of the CAP code, trading standards issues and the policies of the ASA.   
  • Advise generally on topical legal issues such as product placement, comparative advertising and celebrity image rights/endorsements.
  • Draft and negotiate sponsorship agreements and other forms of arrangements with celebrities and brand ambassadors.
  • Understand the legal issues and be able to advise upon the use of and interaction with all forms of social media.      

Compliance and Product Safety

  • Keep abreast of the regulatory framework in which River Island operates and keep management and the relevant departments informed of upcoming issues which may impact the business.
  • Negotiate agreements that comply with company policies and risk tolerance. 
  • Help review and support ethical conduct and legal compliance programmes; assist with ongoing and regular reviews of standard form documentation across the business.
  • Assist with the development and implementation of education and training programs on topics where staff should be aware of the legal background or context.
  • Assist in development of and compliance with privacy principles and practices.
  • Advise and assist technical teams on product safety issues, including product recall.
  • Deal with customer complaints in relation to discrimination, product safety and product defects.
  • Assist the business with compliance with data protection legislation. 

General

  • Provide the retail teams with day to day legal advice on the consumer laws relating to the sale of goods in store and online.
  • General litigation support.
  • Assisting the HR department with advice on both contentious and non contentious employment issues. 
  • Managing a junior member of the team.

This job description is not exhaustive and you may be required to carry out other duties as requested.

The Ideal Candidate

WE KNOW WHAT WE’RE DOING… and we know exactly what experience we’re looking for!

  • BA or LLB from a top college or university. 
  • Trained and qualified at a reputable law firm.
  • Between 4 and 6 years post qualified experience, in a legal capacity, in a commercial environment preferably with an emphasis on intellectual property and in-house.
  • Be passionate about brands and wanting to work for River Island.
  • Ability to interpret the law and apply it in the context of the commercial objectives of the business.
  • Hard working, well organized and able to manage numerous projects simultaneously under deadline pressure.
  • Be pro-active and show initiative at all times. A confident, can do attitude is required at all times.
  • Excellent communication skills, both in writing and in person.
  • Common sense approach to work.
  • Capacity to have fun and enjoy work is essential.

LOCATION: London, United Kingdom POSITION: February 2018 (Maternity cover) Position Now Closed.

 

 

 

Job Description

Role Mission
The position contemplates a full-time activity related to the field of Corporate Governance at a WW level.

Key Accountabilities

  • Draft and review different kind of documents, in English and in Italian (e.g. call notice, minutes, proxies, reports);
  • Provide legal advice on the matters in scope;
  • Review Corporate documentation such as Shareholders agreements By-Laws;
  • Company Secretary: collect signatures and preparing cover's presentation for Corporate documents;
  • Manage archiving activities and database updating;
  • Manage mapping of structure of power and Corporate Governance key elements.

The position contemplates a full-time activity related to the field of Corporate Governance at a WW level.

The Ideal Candidate

Requirements

  • Degree in Law;
  • Three/four years of experience in a Corporate Governance/M&A Department of a primary Law firm or in a Legal Department of a structured company;
  • Excellent knowledge of English both spoken and written;
  • Proficiency in using Word, Excel & PowerPoint;
  • High ethical standards and integrity, high level of discretion;
  • Attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy is a must;
  • Flexibility and ability to adapt to a constant changing environment;
  • Good interpersonal skills and capability to team working.

 

LOCATION: Florence, Italy POSITION: January 2018 (Maternity cover) Position Now Closed.

 

 

 

 

Job Description

Job Objective

Act as Chief Legal Counsel for Global Company (including international subsidiaries). Oversee the company’s global legal affairs, including wholesale, licensing, real estate, retail operations, employment matters, intellectual property, environmental sustainability, and corporate compliance and governance.  Advise on contractual interpretation, negotiations, and litigation (and/or risks associated with it).

Oversees:  (i) associate general counsel, (ii) compliance director, (iii) senior manager sustainability; and (iv) administrative assistant. 

Essential Job Responsibilities

  • Provide management and oversight of the global legal affairs of the company and its subsidiaries.  Manage both internal and external resources
  • Directly handle all domestic and international commercial agreements, including product licenses, third-party retail arrangements, agency agreements, consulting agreements, service agreements, technology/e-commerce agreements, advertising agreements. Involved in the negotiation of significant transactions as needed (joint ventures, M&A, corporate buybacks)
  • Advise on all employment law issues (including employee relations matters, EEOC complaints, and employment policies), working in partnership with HR (MJ and LVMH Inc)
  • Directly handle all privacy matters (GDRP, CRM, IT Systems) and corporate compliance/governance issues (including Sapin II and anti-corruption laws)
  • Directly manage litigation matters, including selection of counsel, case mgmt., and provide litigation strategy with LVMH Inc legal department
  • Provide strategic advice to the wholesale, retail, licensing, and support divisions
  • Oversee all real estate matters (leasing, subleasing, disposition)
  • Oversee social and product compliance and environmental sustainability
  • Oversee risk assessments/response plans; conduct internal monitoring and audit
  • Oversee the company’s intellectual property portfolio, including trademark enforcement and prosecution and anti-counterfeiting actions
  • Advise on various agreements with and among the shareholders of the company. Prepare Board presentations and participate in Board meetings as necessary. Provide reporting on a regular basis to keep Board and shareholders informed of legal issues

Relevant Scope Measures

  • Responsible for setting legal budget, which includes both internal personnel and external resources. Budget responsibility also includes trademark and anti-counterfeiting expenses.  Involved in risk management assessment and litigation avoidance.

Education and Work Experience

  • Education: Bachelor's Degree + J.D.; MUST be admitted to practice in New York state
  • Work Experience: 15+ years of legal experience (including significant large law firm experience and international experience). Prior in-house experience required. Creative and/or founder-based company experience a plus. Substantive skill in contracts, employment, privacy and corporate and governance skills important.

LOCATION: New York, United States POSITION: December 2017, Full-Time Position Now Closed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Drafting and negotiating a broad range of commercial contracts, as required, including franchise, concession, shop-in-shop and agency;
  • Following projects through with the commercial teams from initial consultation to execution and providing an ongoing point of support;
  • Managing legal aspects of projects such as store set-ups;
  • Advising on a variety of legal issues affecting the business including, data protection, competition, confidentiality and privacy as required;
  • Assisting the team where required to protect the intellectual property and other assets of the business;
  • Instructing and liaising with external counsel and Group counsel in other jurisdictions as necessary;
  • Liaising with Group and external counsel on compliance projects such as data protection; corporate governance, Group reporting etc.
  • Managing certain disputes, claims and litigation;
  • Assisting the general work of the department to provide support to the business.
  • Please note that although we have tried to give you an indication of your responsibilities, this is not an exhaustive list of your duties and you may be required to carry out tasks that are not included in this job description.

Professional Requirements:
 

The successful candidate should have:

  • Qualified in England and Wales with sufficient post qualification experience to meet the demands of the above role;
  • Good experience of commercial contract negotiation and drafting;
  • A strong ability to balance legal and business objectives.
  • Some background in Intellectual Property and another European language is an advantage.

The Ideal Candidate

Personal Characteristics :

  • Excellent inter-personal skills to work with all levels of the business;
  • Ability to communicate and present advice to a dynamic fast moving business;
  • Ability to work effectively with team members, business partners and others within the wider Kering Group;
  • Pragmatic, commercial minded with an ability to assess legal and business risks and advise accordingly;
  • Excellent proven project management skills;
  • Excellent written and verbal skills;
  • Strong integrity, honesty and a demonstrated capacity to protect and represent the interests of the business;
  • Flexible and able to work in a rapidly changing business environment

 

LOCATION: London, United Kingdom POSITION: November 2017 Freelance /Contract-Interim (Maternity cover) salary unspecified). Position Now Closed.

 

 

 

 

Job Description

Karla Otto is looking for a bright and enthusiastic law graduate/trainee to join our growing Legal Team, based in our London office. This is a fantastic opportunity for a junior professional eager to develop their career and to gain hands-on experience in a fast paced legal department within the luxury fashion and beauty industry.

Supporting the Legal Counsel and Paralegal, responsibilities include but are not limited to;

  • Provide general administrative support to the Legal Team including; Management of the contract signing process
  • Ensuring all contracts are signed by both parties
  • Mailing of client contracts
  • Filing of original legal documents both physically and electronically, and updating the in-house contract status report
  • Liaising with the Global Finance Team on contract status and key contractual terms
  • Organising, update and maintain the Client database
  • Drafting weekly team reports for Senior Management
  • Collating and retrieving legal documents and information as and when required
  • Handling incoming calls effectively on behalf of the Legal Team
  • Reviewing legal documents and contracts
  • Preparing first drafts of legal documents
  • Supporting the Legal Team with research and analysis as and when required 

The Ideal Candidate

  • Law Graduate / Trainee
  • Trustworthy and discreet
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills
  • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Ability to work both autonomously and under direction
  • Accuracy and attention to detail
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment
  • Willing to go above and beyond the call of duty in order to complete a project accurately and on time
  • Flexible in approach and ability to adapt to changing priorities
  • Demonstrates resilience and positivity working in an unstructured agency environment
  • Passionate about the fashion and beauty industry
  • Experience of providing legal administrative assistance in an office environment
  • Must be efficient in Microsoft and Excel
  • A second European language, in particular French or Italian is beneficial

 

LOCATION: London, United Kingdom POSITION: April 2017, Full-time (salary unspecified). Position Now Closed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An opportunity has become available for a commercial lawyer to join Stella McCartney, based in London.  This is a newly created role reporting to the General Counsel of the brand.

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  • A minimum of 3-4 years post qualification experience and UK qualified as well as a commercial and pragmatic outlook will be ideal for this role.
  • Proven project management skill set.
  • Flexibility to work in a fast moving business.
  • Outstanding verbal and written skills.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Proven commercial and pragmatic approach when advising on and assessing business and legal risks.
  • Strong work ethic and the ability to work with team members both within the brand and the wider Kering Group.
  • Excellent inter-personal skills to work with all levels of the Stella McCartney business.

 

LOCATION: London, United Kingdom POSITION: March 2016, Full-time (salary unspecified). Position Now Closed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Richemont are looking for a part time Intellectual Property  (IP) Legal Counsel to provide specialist IP Legal advice to THE NET-A-PORTER GROUP.

Role

  • Managing a global IP portfolio and working with a worldwide team of agents in the filing, prosecution, maintenance and defence of the NET-A-PORTER GROUP’S valuable trade marks
  • Providing IP advice and information to our brand teams, NET-A-PORTER.COM, The Outnet.com, MR PORTER.COM, PORTER Magazine and THENETSET
  • Managing all contentious and non-contentious IP matters as the case may be, including the enforcement of copyright and trademarks online 
  • Creating and implementing regional IP strategies, including enforcement strategies
  • Drafting and negotiating agreements with third parties (including IP licenses, collaborations, photographer contracts, releases etc
  • Image and personality rights around the world and advising the brand teams in relation to use of the same
  • Defamation and privacy laws around the world and day to day application of these in relation to THE  NET-A-PORTER GROUP’s publications, both on and off line
  • Management of global domain name portfolio

 

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LOCATION: London, United Kingdom POSITION: Full-time (salary unspecified). Position Now Closed.


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