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Corporate Counsel
SEC & Corporate Governance
Confirmed live in the last 24 hours
El Segundo, CA, USA
Experience Level
Desired Skills
Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A)
  • 8+ years of corporate experience at a nationally recognized law firm (together with inhouse experience a plus)
  • Detailed understanding of SEC and NASDAQ disclosure and reporting requirements and corporate governance matters
  • Proven ability to manage complex commercial matters, transactions and projects
  • Experience in corporate, commercial, mergers and acquisitions, finance, and corporate governance matters
  • Exceptional attention to detail and strong organizational and time-management skills
  • Strong interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills; provide practical advice
  • Ability to work in fast-paced and rapidly changing environment
  • Willing and able to effectively and efficiently manage numerous high-priority matters simultaneously, meet tight deadlines and work extended hours when needed
  • Self-starter, “roll up your sleeves” and “no matter is too small” mentality
  • Collaborative, highly-motivated, pro-active team player with a desire to learn and expand skill set in a result-oriented environment
  • Excellent legal, business analytical, drafting, negotiation and problem-solving skills
  • Admission in good standing to the California State Bar or eligibility for registration as inhouse counsel
  • Executive compensation and international experience a plus
  • Manage SEC reporting and compliance, including drafting and review of all periodic reports, news releases and investor presentations, and support SOX implementation
  • Advise internal clients on Section 16, attendant reporting obligations and Company's insider trading policy
  • Provide advice, make recommendations and develop policies and procedures relating to disclosure obligations and corporate compliance for NASDAQ-listed company
  • Provide corporate governance support, including preparing corporate resolutions and agendas, and assisting in preparation of meeting materials
  • Support the Company's equity and other compensation programs
  • Manage complex commercial transactions, including drafting agreements, coordinating diligence matters, and assisting with post-closing matters
  • Facilitate capital markets and financing activities
  • Draft, review, negotiate and execute commercial and other agreements, including licenses, NDA/confidentiality, and employment agreements
  • Support Compliance Officer, including policy creation and implementation of training programs
  • Contribute to coordination of activities of outside counsel, preparation of budgets and ongoing monitoring of costs
  • Provide training and guidance and offer general legal day-to-day support to the Company as needed
Beyond Meat

501-1,000 employees