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Feeling a little restless? Do you have a wild side that yearns for speed or the wind in your face? Is this whole lawyer thing really cramping your highway loving style? Don't quit the law yet: there might be a way to compromise.
This week, as part of our affiliate program with Indeed, we went out to where the rubber meets the road in order to bring you these cool road-related legal jobs.
Kawasaki Motorcycles, makers of the eponymous of Kawasaki Ninja series of superbikes, is looking for legal counsel -- II. That means you're gonna be working with at least one other attorney to help the company navigate the complex labyrinth of administrative hearings, arbs, mediations, and other bits of civil litigation goodness. Since Kawasaki's products are on the knife's edge of danger (fun requires danger, right?) you'll be required to have a minimum of five year's experience in product liability litigation, regulatory law familiarity, and generally getting out of a bind. A JD from an accredited law school is a must.
Who doesn't love the always-polished tanks and chrome of a well greased Harley-Davidson? Maybe you also yearn to be part of the H.O.G. If so, you should consider submitting your creds and contact info to Harley, and maybe you'll get chosen to move to Milwaukee, Wisconsin. You'll be focusing on marketing, advertising, promotions and commercial litigation. You'll be surrounded by the Harley-Davidson sub-culture of growling exhaust pipes and branded apparel. The company must be expanding its business into the Latin market because an ability to speak "Spanish and/or Portuguese" is "strongly preferred."
If you can't stand Harleys and prefer the low hum of an electrical motor instead, then you're just in luck. Coming back to the West Coast, Tesla is looking for a commercial attorney to join its ever growing team of lawyers. Your job, should you be so lucky to get it, will be to support the business teams in a variety of commercial transactions and negotiations. If you have experience in supply agreements and licensing-tech agreements -- even better. As you would expect from Tesla, the company is less about cars, and more about "tech" in the more silicon-y sort of way. So nerds? Apply now.
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