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      • london, london
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile Summarybp Trading & Shipping (T&S) is bp’s energy trading division, responsible for the physical and financial trading of oil, refined products, biofuels, gas, power, LNG and low carbon fuels. It is a friendly, exciting and dynamic organisation, and is bp’s face to the traded markets.We wish to recruit a lawyer with experience in financing and/or commodity derivatives to join our legal team supporting Refining & Products Trading - Europe & Africa (which focusses on trading oil, refined products and biofuels). This includes the Marketing & Origination (who negotiate long term structured deals) and Structured Products teams (who provide risk management products to clients as part of day-to-day business and larger transactions including physical commodity and financial instruments).Job AdvertAbout the job:The successful candidate will have experience in financing transactions (for example, prepayments, pre-export finance, reserve-based lending, acquisition finance or project finance) and/or commodity derivatives. Be part of a diverse team, with the expectation that over time you'll gain experience advising across a number of the team’s other areas of accountability, including:Day-to-day support for the operational aspects of physical commodity trading, including shipping, quantity and quality claims, demurrage, non-performance and other contractual issues;Lower carbon activities, such as biofuels, circular economy and emission reduction projects;Term deals for supply and purchase contracts of oil and refined products;Disputes;New technologies, such as supporting blockchain ventures;Trade finance, such as receivables discounting;Joint ventures, storage arrangements and new country access;Anti-bribery and corruption, trade sanctions and competition law issues; andFinancial services regulation (although we have specific team members who lead in this area).The individual will primarily support the Marketing & Origination team in BP’s trading business.Further accountability will include providing broad commercial legal advice as necessary, working closely with traders and support functions including Credit, Tax, Treasury, Compliance and the Contracts team.About you:Qualified lawyerExperience advising on financing transactions and/or commodity derivatives in private practice or in-house at a bank, trading house or energy company.Strong interpersonal skills – capable of adopting a variety of styles to interact with clients on the trading floor and senior management to achieve the desired result.Excellent oral and written communication skills.Ability to work both autonomously and as a team player working in a global function.Strong problem-solving skills, with the creativity to propose different options and build consensus.Show integrity, courage and sound ethical judgment.Experience of structured deals combining finance, offtakes and hedging would be an advantage.Understanding of relevant regulatory context, such as MifiD II.EntityLegalJob Family GroupLegal GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNegligible travelTime TypeFull timeCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPLEGALJoin us and become a trusted advisor delivering legal support to the group focused on material risk, value and growth, protecting ourselves and enabling the realisation of our purpose, strategy, ambition and aims.Together we will achieve this by:• providing professional legal advice and counsel to the entities we support• leading and co-ordinating the identification and management of legal risks• developing a highly skilled, progressive and diverse legal team• supporting the entities in the delivery of their accountabilities• living the bp code and being role models of our values and behavioursLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile SummaryOur purpose is reimagining energy for people and our planet. We want to help the world reach net zero and improve people’s lives. As part of our strategy, bp will leverage digital innovations and put customers at the heart of what we do whilst managing our data privacy, cybersecurity and other technology-related risks. A full-time senior privacy lawyer is required to join the Digital & Privacy team (D&P), that sits within the Digital, Applied Scliences, Privacy & Brands legal team, to assist bp in delivering its strategy while maintaining a strong culture of data privacy compliance within the organisation.Job AdvertD&P serves as bp’s central data privacy team responsible for maintaining bp’s global privacy compliance framework.In doing so, D&P provides the business with the necessary tools, training, processes and advice for managing personal information in accordance with bp requirements and applicable laws.The successful candidate will be a key senior contributor to bp’s privacy programme helping our business achieve its aims while mitigating its privacy related risks.About the job:Maintaining, shaping and implementing bp’s global privacy programme, including drafting, implementing and advising on applicable policies and procedures and training and awareness materials.Preparing for and responding to cyber security incidents and other issues involving personal data.Analysing relevant and evolving legislation across geographies to understand the impact on bp and assisting in their implementation where applicable.Supporting a network of local privacy managers across the company.Assessing the privacy implications of new technologies, data strategies and business opportunities developed by bp’s global businesses.Supporting the data privacy aspects of contracts and counterparty due diligence such as supply chain arrangements, joint ventures, acquisitions and divestitures in collaboration with others in legal and other support functions.Instructing and managing external counsel as necessary and within budget.About you:In-depth understanding of privacy legislation, including the GDPR and UK Data Protection Act 2018.Experience in developing, implementing and/or maintaining a privacy compliance programme.Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work well both independently and as part of a team. This role requires engagement with all levels of the businesses and support functions across bp.A proven track record of high-quality contribution to strategy and delivery.English law qualification preferred.International experience.Strong technology and project management skills.Prior experience with the legal aspects of technology or cybersecurity related matters.EntityLegalJob Family GroupLegal GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNegligible travelTime TypeFull timeCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPLEGALJoin us and become a trusted advisor delivering legal support to the group focused on material risk, value and growth, protecting ourselves and enabling the realisation of our purpose, strategy, ambition and aims.Together we will achieve this by:• providing professional legal advice and counsel to the entities we support• leading and co-ordinating the identification and management of legal risks• developing a highly skilled, progressive and diverse legal team• supporting the entities in the delivery of their accountabilities• living the bp code and being role models of our values and behavioursLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile SummaryBe the primary manager of enforcement leads for bp in relation to trademark infringement globally. Allocation of leads to investigators / external law firms. Robust management of investigators and external resources to ensure compliance and adherence to bp’s code of conduct. Engage with legal’s clients and business leaders; providing management information and portfolio analysis and reporting.Job AdvertLead domestic, foreign and international trademark paralegal activities ( , trademark filing, prosecution, and maintenance) in support of bp’s intellectual property needs in relation to the acquisition and maintenance of bp’s trademarks rights. To lead a global complex trademark docket, assisting a team of attorneys in resolving routine legal issues with minimal or no supervision. Robust vendor management, cost control and strategic management of vendors in the areas of acquisition, protection and maintenance of bp’s trademark rights.About the job:Lead portfolio reviews with clients to ensure they are closely aligned with strategy. Provide analysis of clients’ portfolios to facilitate decision-making.Responsible for coordination of enforcement leads; prioritising and allocating investigators to leads; robust management of investigators to ensure compliance and adherence to bp’s code of conduct.Lead domestic, international and foreign trademark paralegal activities ( , trademark filing, prosecution, and maintenance)in support of BP’s intellectual property needs – filing of trademark applications, prosecution of trademark applications, and notarization and legalization procedures with minimal or no supervision.Interact with UK Intellectual Property Office, World Intellectual Property Office and other foreign patent offices with respect to paralegal matters, interact with outside counsel with respect to paralegal issues, instruct foreign law firms as appropriate, and handle all documents / correspondence in accordance with departmental practice; resolving the legal issues with minimal or no supervision; and working in a timely manner to meet deadlines.Prepare and submit legal documents compliant with legal requirements for each jurisdiction and for bp’s IP practice such as powers of attorney and specific authorisations to third parties; intercompany assignments and worldwide assignments; and arrange for the legalisation and notarisation of them in line with country-specific legal guidelines with minimal or no supervision or intervention from the attorney.Manage trademark attorney dockets and maintain the IP databases. From government notifications (national and international) and legal correspondence, accurately gather deadlines and requirements for legal submissions; keep docket current; prepare some initial drafts of response to some office actions for review by the attorney and support the attorneys in the filing of submissions on time.To provide legal expertise and technical recommendations in support of large transactions/ divestments and also in the acquisition of trademarks. Handling complex pre filing issues that arise and verification of attorneys’ instructions.Actively contribute to the drive for simplification and harmonisation of processes and procedures globally.About you:Previous trademark paralegal experiencePrevious experience working in brand protection – particularly trademark enforcement casesDesign Power BI dashboards or similarAbility to network and build key relationshipsExperience working in law firm, or in-house legal team with trademark attorneysRobust management of vendors in particular enforcement investigators and outsourced legal service providersAbility to prioritise workload in a fast-paced and deadline-driven environment.Planning and organisational skills.Ability to work independently and with strong attention to detailStrong social skills and good communicator with able to lead meetings with clients. Work well in a team, demonstrating flexibility to support others in the team at times of high volume workload to achieve the best results.Knowledge of Excel and ability to provide effective reportingPrevious experience of working with trademark portfolio management tool – WebTMs or similarKnowledge of patents / working as a patent paralegal / administratorPatent portfolio management tool – CPI or similarEntityLegalJob Family GroupLegal GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNoCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPLEGALJoin us and become a trusted advisor delivering legal support to the group focused on material risk, value and growth, protecting ourselves and enabling the realisation of our purpose, strategy, ambition and aims.Together we will achieve this by:• providing professional legal advice and counsel to the entities we support• leading and co-ordinating the identification and management of legal risks• developing a highly skilled, progressive and diverse legal team• supporting the entities in the delivery of their accountabilities• living the bp code and being role models of our values and behavioursLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • worcester park, london
      • full-time
      • BP
      Job Profile SummaryBe the primary manager of enforcement leads for bp in relation to trademark infringement globally. Allocation of leads to investigators / external law firms. Robust management of investigators and external resources to ensure compliance and adherence to bp’s code of conduct. Engage with legal’s clients and business leaders; providing management information and portfolio analysis and reporting.Job AdvertLead domestic, foreign and international trademark paralegal activities ( , trademark filing, prosecution, and maintenance) in support of bp’s intellectual property needs in relation to the acquisition and maintenance of bp’s trademarks rights. To lead a global complex trademark docket, assisting a team of attorneys in resolving routine legal issues with minimal or no supervision. Robust vendor management, cost control and strategic management of vendors in the areas of acquisition, protection and maintenance of bp’s trademark rights.About the job:Lead portfolio reviews with clients to ensure they are closely aligned with strategy. Provide analysis of clients’ portfolios to facilitate decision-making.Responsible for coordination of enforcement leads; prioritising and allocating investigators to leads; robust management of investigators to ensure compliance and adherence to bp’s code of conduct.Lead domestic, international and foreign trademark paralegal activities ( , trademark filing, prosecution, and maintenance)in support of BP’s intellectual property needs – filing of trademark applications, prosecution of trademark applications, and notarization and legalization procedures with minimal or no supervision.Interact with UK Intellectual Property Office, World Intellectual Property Office and other foreign patent offices with respect to paralegal matters, interact with outside counsel with respect to paralegal issues, instruct foreign law firms as appropriate, and handle all documents / correspondence in accordance with departmental practice; resolving the legal issues with minimal or no supervision; and working in a timely manner to meet deadlines.Prepare and submit legal documents compliant with legal requirements for each jurisdiction and for bp’s IP practice such as powers of attorney and specific authorisations to third parties; intercompany assignments and worldwide assignments; and arrange for the legalisation and notarisation of them in line with country-specific legal guidelines with minimal or no supervision or intervention from the attorney.Manage trademark attorney dockets and maintain the IP databases. From government notifications (national and international) and legal correspondence, accurately gather deadlines and requirements for legal submissions; keep docket current; prepare some initial drafts of response to some office actions for review by the attorney and support the attorneys in the filing of submissions on time.To provide legal expertise and technical recommendations in support of large transactions/ divestments and also in the acquisition of trademarks. Handling complex pre filing issues that arise and verification of attorneys’ instructions.Actively contribute to the drive for simplification and harmonisation of processes and procedures globally.About you:Previous trademark paralegal experiencePrevious experience working in brand protection – particularly trademark enforcement casesDesign Power BI dashboards or similarAbility to network and build key relationshipsExperience working in law firm, or in-house legal team with trademark attorneysRobust management of vendors in particular enforcement investigators and outsourced legal service providersAbility to prioritise workload in a fast-paced and deadline-driven environment.Planning and organisational skills.Ability to work independently and with strong attention to detailStrong social skills and good communicator with able to lead meetings with clients. Work well in a team, demonstrating flexibility to support others in the team at times of high volume workload to achieve the best results.Knowledge of Excel and ability to provide effective reportingPrevious experience of working with trademark portfolio management tool – WebTMs or similarKnowledge of patents / working as a patent paralegal / administratorPatent portfolio management tool – CPI or similarEntityLegalJob Family GroupLegal GroupRelocation availableNoTravel requiredNoCountryUnited KingdomAbout BPLEGALJoin us and become a trusted advisor delivering legal support to the group focused on material risk, value and growth, protecting ourselves and enabling the realisation of our purpose, strategy, ambition and aims.Together we will achieve this by:• providing professional legal advice and counsel to the entities we support• leading and co-ordinating the identification and management of legal risks• developing a highly skilled, progressive and diverse legal team• supporting the entities in the delivery of their accountabilities• living the bp code and being role models of our values and behavioursLegal disclaimerWe are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, sex, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, neurodiversity/neurocognitive functioning, veteran status or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodations.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOThe Paralegal will be a key member of our Legal team, dedicated to supporting Corporate legal matters. Among other things, this role will:• Manage corporate policy implementation, responding rapidly to policy inquiries and assisting with compliance initiatives;• Provide input on requests for proposals and ‘Know Your Customer’ data requests;• Be fluent in corporate governance, including documentation, voting process, support of governance committees and teaming across global and local functions;• Support entity management, including formation, annual compliance actions, and maintenance of organizational data repository;• Manage compliance and exception review for key BCG internal policies;• Build and maintain internal knowledge management repository;• Perform legal research; • Act as key resource for others and thought partner with attorneys; and• Perform other duties as assigned or required.YOU'RE GOOD ATThe following technical and functional expertise is desired for this role:• Critical thinker with a creative and employee-focused mindset aligned to the principles (rather than arbitrary rules) that maintain BCG’s outstanding record as an employer of choice;• Superior analytical skills and creative problem-solving ability, with an appreciation for striking a practical balance between business and legal objectives;• Talent for absorbing new skill sets and areas of expertise quickly and comfortably and the flexibility to deal with a diverse international set of stakeholders and advisors;• The ability to quickly comprehend complex sets of international laws and regulations and interpret those laws within the context of BCG’s global policies;• A positive, dynamic, business-focused approach;• Providing thorough analysis and evaluation, exercising sound judgement in the resolution of complex issues;• Flexible and adaptable to rapidly changing priorities and ability to stay focused;• The ability to work independently on multiple, simultaneous assignments with minimal supervision;• Perform successfully and produce results in a fast-paced, intellectually intense, client-oriented environment;• Operate with a high degree of confidentiality and discretion;• Be a pragmatic, high-energy professional, with personal and professional self-confidence; and• Have the interpersonal skills necessary to build relationships throughout a loosely structured, highly collaborative and consensus driven organization. YOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)• Bachelor’s Degree preferred;• Paralegal Certification;• 3+ years of corporate law experience, with law firm or relevant experience as a paralegal in a large in-house environment preferred;• Knowledge of US corporate law in general and a specific understanding of Massachusetts corporate law requirements;• Proficient in MS office applications – Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint;• Outstanding interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills;• Excellent organizational skills;• Self-starter who drives individual projects and takes ownership of outcomes;• Notary Public preferred.YOU'LL WORK WITHA variety of cohorts and functions across the company, including local and global stakeholders, members of the BCG Global Legal Team, Finance, Tax, and the Partnership. You will report into the corporate group within the Legal Team.ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONEffective November 1, 2021, all new US hires must be fully vaccinated* or subject to a religious or medical exemption. *two weeks after receiving the final dose of a WHO-approved COVID19 vaccine
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Boston Consulting Group
      WHAT YOU'LL DOBCG is partnering with our clients to tackle some of the world’s biggest and most pressing challenges. Grounded by our values and guided by our purpose, we are unlocking the potential of those who advance the world. Our Global Legal Team is a key enabler of our firm’s success, helping to drive impact and progress across a number of important dimensions. As a Legal team member, you will work across BCG teams and functions to support our business growth strategy, provide counsel and expertise, drive legal innovation, and leverage the power of new ways of working in our journey to become an industry best team. Strategic alliances are a key part of continuing to progress the way the firm meets the ever-evolving needs of clients and markets. BCG is seeking an experienced candidate with relevant alliance experience to help operate and optimize BCG’s strategic alliances engagements and opportunities.The Legal Counsel – Strategic Partnerships position requires a skilled lawyer, able to independently address the full range of global legal issues relating to alliances, partnerships, and generally non-client/non-revenue generating contracting. A particular expertise in commercial contracting is valued. The geographic focus is global. Among other things, you will:• Be a fully integrated member of BCG’s Global Legal Team, with a primary focus on negotiating, drafting, and reviewing strategic partnership agreements, subcontractor agreements, teaming agreements, sponsorship agreements, IP licensing, and publication agreements with a focus on intellectual property, competition and conflicts of interest issues;• Support BCG’s inorganic growth especially social impact and nonprofit initiatives;• Advise and guide the business on strategic partnerships, the risks and issues of various partnership structures and alternative approaches;• Be experienced in quickly and independently reviewing legal documents and issue-spotting;• Implement and help develop and champion BCG strategic partnership and other policies and processes;• Team with other members of BCG’s legal team to provide thought leadership and advice on matters relating to alliances and partnerships;• Work seamlessly with other BCG functions to provide practical, actionable advice and resolve legal issues;• Contribute to developing and maintaining Legal Team intellectual property, including template forms and other materials;• Perform other duties as assigned or required.YOU'RE GOOD ATAn individual successful in this position will excel in:• Superior analytical skills and creative problem-solving ability, with an appreciation for striking a practical balance between business and legal objectives• Talent for absorbing new skill sets and areas of expertise quickly and comfortably and the flexibility to deal with a diverse international set of clients and advisors • The ability to quickly comprehend complex sets of international laws and regulations and interpret those laws within the context of BCG’s global policies• A positive, dynamic, client-focused approach to legal practice• Ability to perform successfully and produce results in a fast-paced, intellectually intense, client-oriented environment• Being a pragmatic, high-energy professional, with personal and professional self-confidence• Being proactive, hardworking, and a team player who leads by being persuasive and credible• Having the interpersonal skills necessary to build relationships throughout a loosely structured organizationYOU BRING (EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS)• Graduate degree ( ) in Law from an accredited law school and admitted to practice• 5+ years of commercial contracting, partnership, alliance agreement and/or corporate experience with international exposure• 2+ years with a reputable law firm or in a sophisticated in-house legal department; prior in-house experience preferred• Excellent written and oral communication skills• English fluencyYOU'LL WORK WITHA variety of cohorts and functions across the company, including senior consulting and business services team leadership, and members of the BCG Corporate Development and Global Alliance teams. You will report into the corporate group within the Legal Team.ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONEffective November 1, 2021, all new US hires must be fully vaccinated* or subject to a religious or medical exemption. *two weeks after receiving the final dose of a WHO-approved COVID19 vaccine

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