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Contracts Counsel

Chicago IL Remote - Contracts Counsel The candidate will create and maintain various master internal contract templates and guidelines (Saas, MSA, SOW, etc.) across the varied lines of business to mitigate risk and drive agility. Will develop optimized contract and workflow processes across DocuSign, Smartsheets, Salesforce, or other tool solutions. Intake, review, update, and redline internal and external MSAs, SOWs, or other contractual forms against requirements. Identify opportunities to improve the contracting process and collaborate cross-functionally to drive implementation. Generate reports on the current status of existing agreements. Build out internal clause library. Lead the creation of additional standard business forms as needed. Ensure appropriate contract close-out, extension, or renewal protocols. Oversee adherence to the internal contract management process, approval requirements, and general procedures. Partner with key internal stakeholders across Sales, Finance, Operations and Technology. Provide internal training and education, as necessary, to internal teams.

The candidate should have JD degree from a nationally or internationally recognized law school. Must have 5+ years of experience in indirect contracts. Should have breadth of experience across different types of paper (MSAs, SOWs, SaaS POs, etc). Strong experience in drafting and leading redline negotiations and version control needed. Previous project management, implementation, or coordination experience essential. Must have staffing industry (Direct, MSP, RPO), human resources, marketplace technology or indirect procurement exposure. Start Date: January 2022.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-29

Director & Managing Counsel, Litigation

San Francisco CA Director & Managing Counsel, Litigation The candidate will lead and manage the litigation team. Have responsibility for managing disputes and responses to third-party subpoenas. Provide entrepreneurial, timely, pragmatic, business-oriented advice and properly balance legal risks with business objectives. Collaborate with the product teams and other internal business stakeholders to develop creative strategies to mitigate risk and resolve claims. Partner with outside counsel on matters and closely manage their budget. Conduct and advise on internal investigations. Proactively address risk through training and partnership with leaders across the company. Should have a J.D. with strong academic credentials and demonstrated record of success as a lawyer; licensed to practice, or eligible to be registered in-house counsel. Should have 10+ years litigation experience at a top firm and/or in-house. Extensive experience with complex litigation, particularly in areas impacting high technology companies, such as commercial and privacy litigation. Demonstrated record of success developing and implementing strategies to drive complex disputes to a successful resolution. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Prior in-house experience is strongly preferred. Management experience, Internal investigation experience and trial experience is preferred. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-29

Director, Legal Counsel - Privacy And Cybersecurity

Washington DC Director, Legal Counsel - Privacy and Cybersecurity The candidate will be understanding, monitoring, and advising on domestic and international data privacy and security laws. Collaborating closely with risk and compliance personnel to identify and implement standard methodologies for compliance with those laws. Working with information security and other company personnel to maintain effective incident response protocols and to counsel the company on incident preparation and response. Identifying new and ongoing ways to support and improve the company's compliance program as it relates to data collection, use and protection that is, good at observing and educating on existing regulatory requirements and standard methodologies while anticipating and re future regulatory changes. Counseling business, compliance and risk management executives, and product, engineering and data analytics teams and communicating with other members of the Legal department on global privacy requirements and privacy risk mitigation measures in connection with the introduction of new products and services, including the completion of data privacy impact assessments. Leading and/or supporting new initiatives as needed e.g., initiatives sought at aligning existing and future company practices with GDPR, CCPA, and other foreign and domestic data privacy and protection requirements; data mapping and retention; training and education; third-party relationships; and others.

The candidate should have a J.D., admitted to any State Bar. Should have 6-8 years of combined legal experience at a global firm and/or in-house legal department of a technology company. Experience counseling on global and domestic privacy law regimes (GDPR, CCPA, etc.) and with assessing, developing and maintaining applicable practices, policies and procedures. Experience managing, responding to and preparing for data security incidents with cross-functional teams and third-party partners. Experience drafting and negotiating data privacy and protection provisions within third-party agreements. An entrepreneurial mentality and ability to build and maintain internal and external relationships. A desire to boldly grow the role and respond quickly to internal constituents. Executive presence, including the temperament to interface directly with senior leadership. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a passion for educating business teams on privacy and security issues.
Legal 6 - 8 Full-time 2021-11-29

Director, Associate General Counsel, Privacy & Data Governance

Denver CO Director, Associate General Counsel, Privacy & Data Governance Responsibilities: Create and scale data privacy program, with a focus on data privacy compliance and protection, governance and ethics. Annually define, drive data governance and privacy organization to successfully implement, and communicate data governance and privacy legal objectives. Together with business and LRC team members, develop a roadmap of programs designed to efficiently structure data collection, minimize data exposure, promote a privacy and data-protection mindset, and properly evaluate risks with respect to the provision of personal data to third-party vendors. Provide quarterly updates to Core Leadership Team and biweekly updates to the Head of Legal, Risk and Compliance on Data Governance and Privacy status. Provide strategic legal privacy and data expertise to guide and review product roadmaps and implementations to ensure compliance with internal policies, and contractual and regulatory obligations. Represent legal as data governance voting member to provide data risk analysis, guidance, and risk acceptance thresholds. Partner cross-functionally with leaders in business units, marketing organization, information technology, PX, and compliance, and legal teams to drive awareness of, and compliance with, privacy and data governance requirements. Implement privacy policies and controls and oversee ongoing compliance. Oversee and handle incoming and outgoing consumer privacy requests, including working across organization to delete and/or assemble consumer-specific information and responding by appropriate deadlines. Create content and lead training and education efforts on privacy and data security policies in coordination with legal team. Implement Privacy-By-Design strategies for technologies, products, and services to drive growth and consumer-oriented solutions. Work closely with the risk, legal and IT security teams to represent legal on data incident response efforts. Remain informed on changing privacy landscape by monitoring relevant legislation and regulation across various jurisdictions. Negotiate high profile data agreements with data suppliers and clients. Strategically lead market data license negotiation team, on ongoing basis, to obtain and maintain appropriate data rights to scale for future product roadmap, minimize costs and overhead, and mitigate risk. Negotiate high profile data agreements with data aggregators, major financial institutions, data suppliers and clients as applicable. Define and educate legal and procurement teams on preferred data terms and conditions. Represent the LRC organization in data strategy and consult directly with lawyers and business leaders throughout the company, as well as work directly with architects and product to help shape the development of innovative new products and services. Lead a team of individuals who manage and work with InfoSec and business to facilitate the third-party approval process and data access agreement management. Partner with product teams, sales operations, technology operations, InfoSec and other stakeholder teams to ensure agreements are consistent with internal corporate policies and processes. Work with internal business constituents throughout the customer lifecycle to ensure customer success and protection of the Company. Assist in preparation for Board and committee meetings, in privacy and data risk management functions. Monitor and evaluate privacy and data commitments and obligations of Company.

Requirements: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Member in good standing to the bar of one or more states (preferably Pennsylvania, Delaware, New York or California). Certified IAPP privacy expert (CIPP-US and either CIPM or CIPT). 10+ years experience within legal privacy and/or data technology in financial institutions or related financial services industry. Experience supporting a data governance and privacy program is required, as is experience as a people manager. Demonstrate an understanding of business risk, as well as the ability to work with highly complex legal issues. Communicate effectively on legal matters with legal and non-legal professionals at all levels of management and utilize analytical skills to offer a consultative approach to your work. Previous experience of agile working methodologies is also desirable. 5 years prior management experience. Proven ability to exercise good judgment evidenced by anticipating legal risks, effective communication, and a high degree of ethics and integrity. Strong practical experience in drafting and negotiating transactions with a particular focus on software, software-as-a-service and related technology fields. Ability to effectively communicate complex legal concepts to a wide audience of stakeholders within. Experience managing others, especially with regard to career progression and meeting expectations/demands. Strong drafting skills with keen attention to detail and the ability to improve forms and work off of other party's paper. Effective communication in person, in groups, over email and in more formal documentation. Demonstrate an ability to creatively solve problems in a manner consistent with culture and ethics. Ability to cooperate and work effectively with a team on a diverse set of topics. Detail-oriented with ability to prioritize duties and delegate where necessary. Experience in or exposure to issues affecting the financial services field is preferred.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-29

Assistant Corporate Counsel

New Orleans LA Assistant Corporate Counsel The candidate will work primarily with the organization's recordkeeping department to ensure that the clients operate their 401(k) plans in compliance with IRS and ERISA rules and regulations. Will provide legal support to the recordkeepers to address the federal tax and ERISA issues on a daily basis. Review client's file to ensure operation within the structure's guidelines, ERISA, and tax laws, and review recordkeeping annual reports and testing results along with the Form 5500 for accuracy. Draft certain 401(k) plan documents and amendments to the 401(k) plan as clients request. Maintain current knowledge and understanding of regulatory guidelines surrounding the company's products and/or services. Perform research on law or regulatory changes as they affect the company's clients, products, or services. Provide other legal duties and responsibilities as needed by Senior Counsel or Assistant General Counsel and the business. Work with the company's outside counsel on various client topics and/or corporate initiatives. Support internal sales team and other teams within the organization.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate degree and 2+ years of experience with tax and/or ERISA law. Must be licensed and in good standing with a State Bar association, preferably with the Washington State Bar Association. Experience with 401(k) plan nondiscrimination testing, plan testing failures and corrections, and various IRS plan correction methods preferred. Should have demonstrated interest and experience in tax and ERISA matters. Needs to have excellent academic, verbal, and written communication skills. Should also portray excellent customer service skills and works well in team environments. Must have the ability to work in an autonomous environment where you can be a self-directed, independent worker. Must be able to multi-task and establish priorities for yourself and others based on workload and departmental needs. Must be able to work well under pressure and be comfortable in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment. Should have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Should have computer proficiency with experience using the Microsoft Office applications. Must be meticulous and detail-oriented.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-29

Assistant Corporate Counsel

Dallas TX Assistant Corporate Counsel The candidate will work primarily with the organization's recordkeeping department to ensure that the clients operate their 401(k) plans in compliance with IRS and ERISA rules and regulations. Will provide legal support to the recordkeepers to address the federal tax and ERISA issues on a daily basis. Review client's file to ensure operation within the structure's guidelines, ERISA, and tax laws, and review recordkeeping annual reports and testing results along with the Form 5500 for accuracy. Draft certain 401(k) plan documents and amendments to the 401(k) plan as clients request. Maintain current knowledge and understanding of regulatory guidelines surrounding the company's products and/or services. Perform research on law or regulatory changes as they affect the company's clients, products, or services. Provide other legal duties and responsibilities as needed by Senior Counsel or Assistant General Counsel and the business. Work with the company's outside counsel on various client topics and/or corporate initiatives. Support internal sales team and other teams within the organization.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate degree and 2+ years of experience with tax and/or ERISA law. Must be licensed and in good standing with a State Bar association, preferably with the Washington State Bar Association. Experience with 401(k) plan nondiscrimination testing, plan testing failures and corrections, and various IRS plan correction methods preferred. Should have demonstrated interest and experience in tax and ERISA matters. Needs to have excellent academic, verbal, and written communication skills. Should also portray excellent customer service skills and works well in team environments. Must have the ability to work in an autonomous environment where you can be a self-directed, independent worker. Must be able to multi-task and establish priorities for yourself and others based on workload and departmental needs. Must be able to work well under pressure and be comfortable in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment. Should have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Should have computer proficiency with experience using the Microsoft Office applications. Must be meticulous and detail-oriented.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-29

Assistant Corporate Counsel

Raleigh NC Assistant Corporate Counsel The candidate will work primarily with the organization's recordkeeping department to ensure that the clients operate their 401(k) plans in compliance with IRS and ERISA rules and regulations. Will provide legal support to the recordkeepers to address the federal tax and ERISA issues on a daily basis. Review client's file to ensure operation within the structure's guidelines, ERISA, and tax laws, and review recordkeeping annual reports and testing results along with the Form 5500 for accuracy. Draft certain 401(k) plan documents and amendments to the 401(k) plan as clients request. Maintain current knowledge and understanding of regulatory guidelines surrounding the company's products and/or services. Perform research on law or regulatory changes as they affect the company's clients, products, or services. Provide other legal duties and responsibilities as needed by Senior Counsel or Assistant General Counsel and the business. Work with the company's outside counsel on various client topics and/or corporate initiatives. Support internal sales team and other teams within the organization.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate degree and 2+ years of experience with tax and/or ERISA law. Must be licensed and in good standing with a State Bar association, preferably with the Washington State Bar Association. Experience with 401(k) plan nondiscrimination testing, plan testing failures and corrections, and various IRS plan correction methods preferred. Should have demonstrated interest and experience in tax and ERISA matters. Needs to have excellent academic, verbal, and written communication skills. Should also portray excellent customer service skills and works well in team environments. Must have the ability to work in an autonomous environment where you can be a self-directed, independent worker. Must be able to multi-task and establish priorities for yourself and others based on workload and departmental needs. Must be able to work well under pressure and be comfortable in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment. Should have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Should have computer proficiency with experience using the Microsoft Office applications. Must be meticulous and detail-oriented.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-29

Assistant Corporate Counsel

Miami FL Assistant Corporate Counsel The candidate will work primarily with the organization's recordkeeping department to ensure that the clients operate their 401(k) plans in compliance with IRS and ERISA rules and regulations. Will provide legal support to the recordkeepers to address the federal tax and ERISA issues on a daily basis. Review client's file to ensure operation within the structure's guidelines, ERISA, and tax laws, and review recordkeeping annual reports and testing results along with the Form 5500 for accuracy. Draft certain 401(k) plan documents and amendments to the 401(k) plan as clients request. Maintain current knowledge and understanding of regulatory guidelines surrounding the company's products and/or services. Perform research on law or regulatory changes as they affect the company's clients, products, or services. Provide other legal duties and responsibilities as needed by Senior Counsel or Assistant General Counsel and the business. Work with the company's outside counsel on various client topics and/or corporate initiatives. Support internal sales team and other teams within the organization.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate degree and 2+ years of experience with tax and/or ERISA law. Must be licensed and in good standing with a State Bar association, preferably with the Washington State Bar Association. Experience with 401(k) plan nondiscrimination testing, plan testing failures and corrections, and various IRS plan correction methods preferred. Should have demonstrated interest and experience in tax and ERISA matters. Needs to have excellent academic, verbal, and written communication skills. Should also portray excellent customer service skills and works well in team environments. Must have the ability to work in an autonomous environment where you can be a self-directed, independent worker. Must be able to multi-task and establish priorities for yourself and others based on workload and departmental needs. Must be able to work well under pressure and be comfortable in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment. Should have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Should have computer proficiency with experience using the Microsoft Office applications. Must be meticulous and detail-oriented.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-29

Counsel 3, Middle Market Banking

Los Angeles CA Counsel 3, Middle Market Banking Duties: Work with a team of attorneys and paralegals to support primarily's SBA Lending business and the Business Banking segment within Middle Market Banking. Report to the Managing Counsel of one of the commercial lending sections within the Commercial Banking Division of the Legal Department.

Qualifications: Active State Bar membership. 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Desired Qualifications: Ability to analyze legal and regulatory issues in the area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters. Extensive experience conducting research and providing counsel and guidance regarding complex legal issues. Strong attention to detail and accuracy skills. Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work while handling multiple matters. Ability to work effectively in a complex environment with a high degree of collaboration. Effective in building partnerships, functioning well with project teams, and working for the success of the team. Commercial lending experience, including drafting and negotiating commercial loan documentation, collateral perfection, portfolio servicing and lien release/subordination matters. Experience with real and personal property secured loan transactions, including construction lending and title and land use issues. Bankruptcy, workout, and collection experience. Providing transactional, operational, and servicing support related to commercial loans originated by the SBA Lending business and Business Banking segment. Advising on the creation of and modifications to loan form templates and related systems. Supporting and collaborating with cross-functional support partners, including Credit, Compliance, Risk, Control, Operations, and Strategy. Advising on lending-related laws, rules, and regulations (including, US SBA SOPs, Reg B, Flood, UCC Article 9, other federal/state/local laws, etc.) and any resulting impact to forms, policies, or procedures. Providing legal comments and approvals to newly developed and updated policies, procedures, processes, and business training materials. Close Date: 12/17/2021.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-29

Counsel 4, Middle Market Banking

Los Angeles CA Counsel 4, Middle Market Banking The candidate will be working with a team of attorneys and paralegals to support's Business Banking segment within Middle Market Banking which serves the credit needs of companies with annual sales typically ranging from $5 million to $50 million and serving as the ECOA/Reg B subject matter expert for the commercial lending lines of business. Supporting the selection and/or implementation of lending platform solutions for origination, underwriting, portfolio management, and document generation. Advising on the creation of and modifications to loan form templates and related systems. Supporting and collaborating with cross-functional support partners, including Credit, Compliance, Risk, Control, Operations, and Strategy.

Qualifications: Must have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney; or 6+ years of experience as a practicing attorney and 2+ years of legal-related experience in one or a combination of the following areas: risk, compliance, contracts, government, regulatory, financial services, or technology. Active State Bar membership. Have knowledge of, and experience advising on, ECOA/Reg B and related regulatory guidance and/or have the desire and ability to develop into a fair lending subject matter expert to mitigate fair lending risk in commercial lending. Desired Qualifications: Ability to analyze legal and regulatory issues in the area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters. Extensive experience conducting research and providing counsel and guidance regarding complex legal issues. Strong attention to detail and accuracy skills. Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work while handling multiple matters. Ability to work effectively in a complex environment with a high degree of collaboration. Effective in building partnerships, functioning well with project teams, and working for the success of the team. Commercial lending experience, including drafting and negotiating commercial loan documentation, collateral perfection, portfolio servicing, and lien release/subordination matters. Experience with real and personal property secured loan transactions. Bankruptcy, workout, and collection experience originated by the Business Banking segment. Advising the commercial lending lines of business on ECOA/Reg B issues to define, identify, control, manage and mitigate fair lending risk in the context of commercial lending. Advise on other lending-related laws, rules, and regulations (including, Flood, UCC Article 9, other federal/state/local laws, etc.) and any resulting impact to forms, policies, or procedures. Closing date: December 17, 2021
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-29
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Contracts Counsel
Refer job# ANDX163816
 
Remote - Contracts Counsel The candidate will create and maintain various master internal contract templates and guidelines (Saas, MSA, SOW, etc.) across the varied lines of business to mitigate risk and drive agility. Will develop optimized contract and workflow processes across DocuSign, Smartsheets, Salesforce, or other tool solutions. Intake, review, update, and redline internal and external MSAs, SOWs, or other contractual forms against requirements. Identify opportunities to improve the contracting process and collaborate cross-functionally to drive implementation. Generate reports on the current status of existing agreements. Build out internal clause library. Lead the creation of additional standard business forms as needed. Ensure appropriate contract close-out, extension, or renewal protocols. Oversee adherence to the internal contract management process, approval requirements, and general procedures. Partner with key internal stakeholders across Sales, Finance, Operations and Technology. Provide internal training and education, as necessary, to internal teams.

The candidate should have JD degree from a nationally or internationally recognized law school. Must have 5+ years of experience in indirect contracts. Should have breadth of experience across different types of paper (MSAs, SOWs, SaaS POs, etc). Strong experience in drafting and leading redline negotiations and version control needed. Previous project management, implementation, or coordination experience essential. Must have staffing industry (Direct, MSP, RPO), human resources, marketplace technology or indirect procurement exposure. Start Date: January 2022.
 
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Director & Managing Counsel, Litigation
Refer job# RGYY163817
 
Director & Managing Counsel, Litigation The candidate will lead and manage the litigation team. Have responsibility for managing disputes and responses to third-party subpoenas. Provide entrepreneurial, timely, pragmatic, business-oriented advice and properly balance legal risks with business objectives. Collaborate with the product teams and other internal business stakeholders to develop creative strategies to mitigate risk and resolve claims. Partner with outside counsel on matters and closely manage their budget. Conduct and advise on internal investigations. Proactively address risk through training and partnership with leaders across the company. Should have a J.D. with strong academic credentials and demonstrated record of success as a lawyer; licensed to practice, or eligible to be registered in-house counsel. Should have 10+ years litigation experience at a top firm and/or in-house. Extensive experience with complex litigation, particularly in areas impacting high technology companies, such as commercial and privacy litigation. Demonstrated record of success developing and implementing strategies to drive complex disputes to a successful resolution. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Prior in-house experience is strongly preferred. Management experience, Internal investigation experience and trial experience is preferred.
 
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Director, Legal Counsel - Privacy And Cybersecurity
Refer job# SPWW163818
 
Director, Legal Counsel - Privacy and Cybersecurity The candidate will be understanding, monitoring, and advising on domestic and international data privacy and security laws. Collaborating closely with risk and compliance personnel to identify and implement standard methodologies for compliance with those laws. Working with information security and other company personnel to maintain effective incident response protocols and to counsel the company on incident preparation and response. Identifying new and ongoing ways to support and improve the company's compliance program as it relates to data collection, use and protection that is, good at observing and educating on existing regulatory requirements and standard methodologies while anticipating and re future regulatory changes. Counseling business, compliance and risk management executives, and product, engineering and data analytics teams and communicating with other members of the Legal department on global privacy requirements and privacy risk mitigation measures in connection with the introduction of new products and services, including the completion of data privacy impact assessments. Leading and/or supporting new initiatives as needed e.g., initiatives sought at aligning existing and future company practices with GDPR, CCPA, and other foreign and domestic data privacy and protection requirements; data mapping and retention; training and education; third-party relationships; and others.

The candidate should have a J.D., admitted to any State Bar. Should have 6-8 years of combined legal experience at a global firm and/or in-house legal department of a technology company. Experience counseling on global and domestic privacy law regimes (GDPR, CCPA, etc.) and with assessing, developing and maintaining applicable practices, policies and procedures. Experience managing, responding to and preparing for data security incidents with cross-functional teams and third-party partners. Experience drafting and negotiating data privacy and protection provisions within third-party agreements. An entrepreneurial mentality and ability to build and maintain internal and external relationships. A desire to boldly grow the role and respond quickly to internal constituents. Executive presence, including the temperament to interface directly with senior leadership. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with a passion for educating business teams on privacy and security issues.
 
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Director, Associate General Counsel, Privacy & Data Governance
Refer job# WWFG163819
 
Director, Associate General Counsel, Privacy & Data Governance Responsibilities: Create and scale data privacy program, with a focus on data privacy compliance and protection, governance and ethics. Annually define, drive data governance and privacy organization to successfully implement, and communicate data governance and privacy legal objectives. Together with business and LRC team members, develop a roadmap of programs designed to efficiently structure data collection, minimize data exposure, promote a privacy and data-protection mindset, and properly evaluate risks with respect to the provision of personal data to third-party vendors. Provide quarterly updates to Core Leadership Team and biweekly updates to the Head of Legal, Risk and Compliance on Data Governance and Privacy status. Provide strategic legal privacy and data expertise to guide and review product roadmaps and implementations to ensure compliance with internal policies, and contractual and regulatory obligations. Represent legal as data governance voting member to provide data risk analysis, guidance, and risk acceptance thresholds. Partner cross-functionally with leaders in business units, marketing organization, information technology, PX, and compliance, and legal teams to drive awareness of, and compliance with, privacy and data governance requirements. Implement privacy policies and controls and oversee ongoing compliance. Oversee and handle incoming and outgoing consumer privacy requests, including working across organization to delete and/or assemble consumer-specific information and responding by appropriate deadlines. Create content and lead training and education efforts on privacy and data security policies in coordination with legal team. Implement Privacy-By-Design strategies for technologies, products, and services to drive growth and consumer-oriented solutions. Work closely with the risk, legal and IT security teams to represent legal on data incident response efforts. Remain informed on changing privacy landscape by monitoring relevant legislation and regulation across various jurisdictions. Negotiate high profile data agreements with data suppliers and clients. Strategically lead market data license negotiation team, on ongoing basis, to obtain and maintain appropriate data rights to scale for future product roadmap, minimize costs and overhead, and mitigate risk. Negotiate high profile data agreements with data aggregators, major financial institutions, data suppliers and clients as applicable. Define and educate legal and procurement teams on preferred data terms and conditions. Represent the LRC organization in data strategy and consult directly with lawyers and business leaders throughout the company, as well as work directly with architects and product to help shape the development of innovative new products and services. Lead a team of individuals who manage and work with InfoSec and business to facilitate the third-party approval process and data access agreement management. Partner with product teams, sales operations, technology operations, InfoSec and other stakeholder teams to ensure agreements are consistent with internal corporate policies and processes. Work with internal business constituents throughout the customer lifecycle to ensure customer success and protection of the Company. Assist in preparation for Board and committee meetings, in privacy and data risk management functions. Monitor and evaluate privacy and data commitments and obligations of Company.

Requirements: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Member in good standing to the bar of one or more states (preferably Pennsylvania, Delaware, New York or California). Certified IAPP privacy expert (CIPP-US and either CIPM or CIPT). 10+ years experience within legal privacy and/or data technology in financial institutions or related financial services industry. Experience supporting a data governance and privacy program is required, as is experience as a people manager. Demonstrate an understanding of business risk, as well as the ability to work with highly complex legal issues. Communicate effectively on legal matters with legal and non-legal professionals at all levels of management and utilize analytical skills to offer a consultative approach to your work. Previous experience of agile working methodologies is also desirable. 5 years prior management experience. Proven ability to exercise good judgment evidenced by anticipating legal risks, effective communication, and a high degree of ethics and integrity. Strong practical experience in drafting and negotiating transactions with a particular focus on software, software-as-a-service and related technology fields. Ability to effectively communicate complex legal concepts to a wide audience of stakeholders within. Experience managing others, especially with regard to career progression and meeting expectations/demands. Strong drafting skills with keen attention to detail and the ability to improve forms and work off of other party's paper. Effective communication in person, in groups, over email and in more formal documentation. Demonstrate an ability to creatively solve problems in a manner consistent with culture and ethics. Ability to cooperate and work effectively with a team on a diverse set of topics. Detail-oriented with ability to prioritize duties and delegate where necessary. Experience in or exposure to issues affecting the financial services field is preferred.
 
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Assistant Corporate Counsel
Refer job# DAHE163820
 
Assistant Corporate Counsel The candidate will work primarily with the organization's recordkeeping department to ensure that the clients operate their 401(k) plans in compliance with IRS and ERISA rules and regulations. Will provide legal support to the recordkeepers to address the federal tax and ERISA issues on a daily basis. Review client's file to ensure operation within the structure's guidelines, ERISA, and tax laws, and review recordkeeping annual reports and testing results along with the Form 5500 for accuracy. Draft certain 401(k) plan documents and amendments to the 401(k) plan as clients request. Maintain current knowledge and understanding of regulatory guidelines surrounding the company's products and/or services. Perform research on law or regulatory changes as they affect the company's clients, products, or services. Provide other legal duties and responsibilities as needed by Senior Counsel or Assistant General Counsel and the business. Work with the company's outside counsel on various client topics and/or corporate initiatives. Support internal sales team and other teams within the organization.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate degree and 2+ years of experience with tax and/or ERISA law. Must be licensed and in good standing with a State Bar association, preferably with the Washington State Bar Association. Experience with 401(k) plan nondiscrimination testing, plan testing failures and corrections, and various IRS plan correction methods preferred. Should have demonstrated interest and experience in tax and ERISA matters. Needs to have excellent academic, verbal, and written communication skills. Should also portray excellent customer service skills and works well in team environments. Must have the ability to work in an autonomous environment where you can be a self-directed, independent worker. Must be able to multi-task and establish priorities for yourself and others based on workload and departmental needs. Must be able to work well under pressure and be comfortable in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment. Should have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Should have computer proficiency with experience using the Microsoft Office applications. Must be meticulous and detail-oriented.
 
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Assistant Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JBNL163821
 
Assistant Corporate Counsel The candidate will work primarily with the organization's recordkeeping department to ensure that the clients operate their 401(k) plans in compliance with IRS and ERISA rules and regulations. Will provide legal support to the recordkeepers to address the federal tax and ERISA issues on a daily basis. Review client's file to ensure operation within the structure's guidelines, ERISA, and tax laws, and review recordkeeping annual reports and testing results along with the Form 5500 for accuracy. Draft certain 401(k) plan documents and amendments to the 401(k) plan as clients request. Maintain current knowledge and understanding of regulatory guidelines surrounding the company's products and/or services. Perform research on law or regulatory changes as they affect the company's clients, products, or services. Provide other legal duties and responsibilities as needed by Senior Counsel or Assistant General Counsel and the business. Work with the company's outside counsel on various client topics and/or corporate initiatives. Support internal sales team and other teams within the organization.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate degree and 2+ years of experience with tax and/or ERISA law. Must be licensed and in good standing with a State Bar association, preferably with the Washington State Bar Association. Experience with 401(k) plan nondiscrimination testing, plan testing failures and corrections, and various IRS plan correction methods preferred. Should have demonstrated interest and experience in tax and ERISA matters. Needs to have excellent academic, verbal, and written communication skills. Should also portray excellent customer service skills and works well in team environments. Must have the ability to work in an autonomous environment where you can be a self-directed, independent worker. Must be able to multi-task and establish priorities for yourself and others based on workload and departmental needs. Must be able to work well under pressure and be comfortable in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment. Should have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Should have computer proficiency with experience using the Microsoft Office applications. Must be meticulous and detail-oriented.
 
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Assistant Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KRVQ163822
 
Assistant Corporate Counsel The candidate will work primarily with the organization's recordkeeping department to ensure that the clients operate their 401(k) plans in compliance with IRS and ERISA rules and regulations. Will provide legal support to the recordkeepers to address the federal tax and ERISA issues on a daily basis. Review client's file to ensure operation within the structure's guidelines, ERISA, and tax laws, and review recordkeeping annual reports and testing results along with the Form 5500 for accuracy. Draft certain 401(k) plan documents and amendments to the 401(k) plan as clients request. Maintain current knowledge and understanding of regulatory guidelines surrounding the company's products and/or services. Perform research on law or regulatory changes as they affect the company's clients, products, or services. Provide other legal duties and responsibilities as needed by Senior Counsel or Assistant General Counsel and the business. Work with the company's outside counsel on various client topics and/or corporate initiatives. Support internal sales team and other teams within the organization.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate degree and 2+ years of experience with tax and/or ERISA law. Must be licensed and in good standing with a State Bar association, preferably with the Washington State Bar Association. Experience with 401(k) plan nondiscrimination testing, plan testing failures and corrections, and various IRS plan correction methods preferred. Should have demonstrated interest and experience in tax and ERISA matters. Needs to have excellent academic, verbal, and written communication skills. Should also portray excellent customer service skills and works well in team environments. Must have the ability to work in an autonomous environment where you can be a self-directed, independent worker. Must be able to multi-task and establish priorities for yourself and others based on workload and departmental needs. Must be able to work well under pressure and be comfortable in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment. Should have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Should have computer proficiency with experience using the Microsoft Office applications. Must be meticulous and detail-oriented.
 
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Assistant Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KXML163823
 
Assistant Corporate Counsel The candidate will work primarily with the organization's recordkeeping department to ensure that the clients operate their 401(k) plans in compliance with IRS and ERISA rules and regulations. Will provide legal support to the recordkeepers to address the federal tax and ERISA issues on a daily basis. Review client's file to ensure operation within the structure's guidelines, ERISA, and tax laws, and review recordkeeping annual reports and testing results along with the Form 5500 for accuracy. Draft certain 401(k) plan documents and amendments to the 401(k) plan as clients request. Maintain current knowledge and understanding of regulatory guidelines surrounding the company's products and/or services. Perform research on law or regulatory changes as they affect the company's clients, products, or services. Provide other legal duties and responsibilities as needed by Senior Counsel or Assistant General Counsel and the business. Work with the company's outside counsel on various client topics and/or corporate initiatives. Support internal sales team and other teams within the organization.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate degree and 2+ years of experience with tax and/or ERISA law. Must be licensed and in good standing with a State Bar association, preferably with the Washington State Bar Association. Experience with 401(k) plan nondiscrimination testing, plan testing failures and corrections, and various IRS plan correction methods preferred. Should have demonstrated interest and experience in tax and ERISA matters. Needs to have excellent academic, verbal, and written communication skills. Should also portray excellent customer service skills and works well in team environments. Must have the ability to work in an autonomous environment where you can be a self-directed, independent worker. Must be able to multi-task and establish priorities for yourself and others based on workload and departmental needs. Must be able to work well under pressure and be comfortable in a fast-paced and ever-changing environment. Should have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Should have computer proficiency with experience using the Microsoft Office applications. Must be meticulous and detail-oriented.
 
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Counsel 3, Middle Market Banking
Refer job# LQJD163824
 
Counsel 3, Middle Market Banking Duties: Work with a team of attorneys and paralegals to support primarily's SBA Lending business and the Business Banking segment within Middle Market Banking. Report to the Managing Counsel of one of the commercial lending sections within the Commercial Banking Division of the Legal Department.

Qualifications: Active State Bar membership. 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Desired Qualifications: Ability to analyze legal and regulatory issues in the area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters. Extensive experience conducting research and providing counsel and guidance regarding complex legal issues. Strong attention to detail and accuracy skills. Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work while handling multiple matters. Ability to work effectively in a complex environment with a high degree of collaboration. Effective in building partnerships, functioning well with project teams, and working for the success of the team. Commercial lending experience, including drafting and negotiating commercial loan documentation, collateral perfection, portfolio servicing and lien release/subordination matters. Experience with real and personal property secured loan transactions, including construction lending and title and land use issues. Bankruptcy, workout, and collection experience. Providing transactional, operational, and servicing support related to commercial loans originated by the SBA Lending business and Business Banking segment. Advising on the creation of and modifications to loan form templates and related systems. Supporting and collaborating with cross-functional support partners, including Credit, Compliance, Risk, Control, Operations, and Strategy. Advising on lending-related laws, rules, and regulations (including, US SBA SOPs, Reg B, Flood, UCC Article 9, other federal/state/local laws, etc.) and any resulting impact to forms, policies, or procedures. Providing legal comments and approvals to newly developed and updated policies, procedures, processes, and business training materials. Close Date: 12/17/2021.
 
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Counsel 4, Middle Market Banking
Refer job# WHCP163825
 
Counsel 4, Middle Market Banking The candidate will be working with a team of attorneys and paralegals to support's Business Banking segment within Middle Market Banking which serves the credit needs of companies with annual sales typically ranging from $5 million to $50 million and serving as the ECOA/Reg B subject matter expert for the commercial lending lines of business. Supporting the selection and/or implementation of lending platform solutions for origination, underwriting, portfolio management, and document generation. Advising on the creation of and modifications to loan form templates and related systems. Supporting and collaborating with cross-functional support partners, including Credit, Compliance, Risk, Control, Operations, and Strategy.

Qualifications: Must have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney; or 6+ years of experience as a practicing attorney and 2+ years of legal-related experience in one or a combination of the following areas: risk, compliance, contracts, government, regulatory, financial services, or technology. Active State Bar membership. Have knowledge of, and experience advising on, ECOA/Reg B and related regulatory guidance and/or have the desire and ability to develop into a fair lending subject matter expert to mitigate fair lending risk in commercial lending. Desired Qualifications: Ability to analyze legal and regulatory issues in the area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters. Extensive experience conducting research and providing counsel and guidance regarding complex legal issues. Strong attention to detail and accuracy skills. Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work while handling multiple matters. Ability to work effectively in a complex environment with a high degree of collaboration. Effective in building partnerships, functioning well with project teams, and working for the success of the team. Commercial lending experience, including drafting and negotiating commercial loan documentation, collateral perfection, portfolio servicing, and lien release/subordination matters. Experience with real and personal property secured loan transactions. Bankruptcy, workout, and collection experience originated by the Business Banking segment. Advising the commercial lending lines of business on ECOA/Reg B issues to define, identify, control, manage and mitigate fair lending risk in the context of commercial lending. Advise on other lending-related laws, rules, and regulations (including, Flood, UCC Article 9, other federal/state/local laws, etc.) and any resulting impact to forms, policies, or procedures. Closing date: December 17, 2021
 
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