London - England
Legal /
/ Hybrid
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About the role

Join a small team of attorneys responsible for providing strategic and commercial legal guidance to the UK and Ireland (UK&I) businesses.
The Attorney role is based in D&B’s London office (Paddington) and the successful applicant will join the existing UK&I-based members of D&B’s Global Legal Team.    


    • Partnering with: (i) D&B’s UK&I Sales teams to advise and manage deals to conclusion, including advising on commercial deal structuring, negotiating and drafting contracts with D&B’s customers (oftentimes through their procurement professionals and attorneys), and (ii) other D&B business units based in the UK&I to negotiate and document contracts with licensors, distribution partners, and suppliers;
    • International work, in the form of providing advice and support to the European business. This includes assisting in the structuring, negotiation and project management of cross-jurisdictional deals. Providing business-focused advice on deal execution, advising on commercial deal structuring and negotiating/drafting European contracts;
    • Providing general advice and support to procurement function (including the preparation of standard form templates for use with vendors and where required negotiate and draft vendor agreements);
    • Providing advice and support to the UK&I Customer and Data teams in connection with data purchasing, data quality management and complaints handling, including where required contract negotiation and drafting, and complaint/litigation advice and management;
    • Providing advice and support to the UK&I Finance, Revenue, and Provisioning functions, including advising on processes, documentation, and revenue recognition issues;
    • Working with other internal constituents (e.g., product management, product development, marketing, vendor management, data & operations, pricing, finance) to support business initiatives that affect contract management and compliance;
    • Leading initiatives to enhance and improve Dun & Bradstreet's' standard contract forms and processes, and producing new standard contract forms;
    • Supporting cross-functional strategic initiatives relating to ongoing commercial relationships, including new product introductions, data innovation, technology improvements and commercial arrangements with respect to global customers and global alliance partners;
    • Liaising with colleagues in the in-house Global Legal Team and local outside counsel, for specialised and/or localised support as needed (e.g., complaints handling/litigation, M&A, tax, etc.);
    • Keeping the business abreast of legal and regulatory developments, in order that the leadership teams can react accordingly and coordinate actions.


    • An English qualified solicitor or barrister with experience of negotiating a wide range of contracts directly with customers, suppliers and other parties. Previous experience at a recognized law firm and/or within an in-house environment is required. 
    • Newly qualified solicitors and barristers may apply.
    • Strong academics and training, including legal drafting and relationship management.
    • Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of contract law, intellectual property licensing and commercial contracting concepts is essential.
    • Demonstrated ability to advise and influence internal partners at all levels.
    • Previous experience of supporting a sales function/organization is desirable.
    • Strong organizational, analytical, oral and written communication, problem solving skills, intellectual curiosity, a positive attitude and a high level of integrity are  crucial.
    • Ability to work both independently and as part of a global team.
    • Excellent computer skills (use of Word, Excel, Teams, PowerPoint, etc.).
    • Fluent in English.
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