IT Lawyer

Stack:
Full-stack
Type of Employment:
Full-time
Location:
Dnipro

We are seeking a skilled IT Lawyer to join our legal team.  Your primary responsibilities will include creating contracts, providing legal counsel on IT-related matters, handling disputes, and ensuring compliance with intellectual property rights and payment regulations.


Key Responsibilities:


  • Contract Drafting and Review: Create and review contracts, agreements, and legal documents related to IT services, partnerships, and transactions.


  • Legal Counsel: Provide legal advice and guidance on IT-related issues, including intellectual property rights, data protection, cybersecurity, and compliance with industry regulations.


  • Dispute Resolution: Handle legal disputes, negotiations, and settlements related to IT contracts, services, and partnerships.


  • Collaboration: Work closely with legal teams in Poland, Portugal, and Israel to ensure consistent legal practices and compliance with local laws and regulations.


  • Research and Analysis: Conduct legal research and analysis on IT, intellectual property, payment regulations, and emerging legal issues affecting the industry.


Requirements:


  • Experience: 2-5 years of experience in legal practice, preferably with a focus on IT companies and contracts. Knowledge of labor law.


  • Contract Creation: Strong ability to draft, review, and negotiate contracts and legal documents.


  • Language Skills: Excellent English language skills are required. Proficiency in additional languages is a plus.


  • Collaborative Skills: Ability to work effectively in a team environment and collaborate with legal professionals across different regions.


Working conditions

  • An 8-hour working day without a fixed timetable

  • paid vacation (20 working days) and sick leave (2 weeks) +5 days of undocumented sick leave

  • English courses

  • competitive salary









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