About the role
What you need to know :
Based in London and reporting to AIG’s Chief Technology Legal Officer and Associate General Counsel, who leads the Technology Legal team from our New York City headquarters.
GLCR’s Technology Legal department provides strategic advice on a wide range of transactional and legal matters in support of AIG’s global technology and procurement organization.
This position will also support the head attorneys on the Innovation, Intellectual Property (IP) and Branding & Sourcing Legal teams, who are also part of the Global Technology, Cybersecurity, Privacy, IP, Innovation and Sourcing Legal unit.
Advising on EMEA legal requirements in third party contracts, including negotiating and advising on a wide range of technology and general commercial sourcing transactions.
Developing and updating template contracts and providing counseling on the use of such templates to lawyers in-country, updating the same to reflect changes in business needs, laws and regulations, applicable industry guidance and best practices.
Supporting the head of the Innovation Legal group in researching legal issues with respect to emerging technologies (e.
g., AI and Internet of things (IoT virtual assets).
Advising on EMEA legal and regulatory developments and issues in relation to commercial contracts, outsourcing, technology and innovation, IP and other relevant legal concerns in order to provide timely and pragmatic advice to business stakeholders.
Advising multiple stakeholders across business teams and functions on EMEA legal requirements related to new and emerging technologies.
Coordinating with in-country lawyers across EMEA and globally to interpret and apply multi-jurisdictional advice in a pragmatic, consistent and solutions-based way.
Working with GLCR, IT, Global Sourcing & Procurement Services and other AIG colleagues, developing and providing business partners general and targeted relevant legal counseling and training on appropriate subjects.
What we’re looking for :
A qualified Lawyer with significant PQE experience preferably from a top tier private practice firm or in-house position at a multi-national financial services company in the UK.
Experience in EMEA information technology and outsourcing laws, regulations and practices.
Experience in drafting and negotiating a wide range of commercial and technology contracts with deep expertise on key legal issues arising in technology functions.
Conscientious and collaborative, with an ability to interact with all levels of the organization and on a global basis.
Proactive and innovative approach to problem-solving with an ability to adapt to shifting priorities and meet deadlines.
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