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Welcome to the job listings section of General Counsel Consulting. We are constantly updating our jobs seven days a week. As a firm dedicated to in-house search and placement, our ability to forge strong relationships with top-rated companies around the world allows us to offer our candidates a breadth of opportunities we believe is unrivaled.
 
We are pleased that your assessment of options has led you to General Counsel Consulting, and we invite you to browse our website to learn more about our firm and the career opportunities we offer. If you would like to be considered for an in-house attorney position, feel free to submit your resume.
 
 

Corporate,Tax/Attorney/In House/San Francisco, California

San Francisco CA Senior Attorney- Mergers and Acquisitions Tax The candidate will have an opportunity to concentrate efforts on a variety of international compliance, research, consulting and planning issues. This position involves advising U.S. and foreign multinational companies on the tax implications of their international operations as well as coordinating U.S. tax laws with foreign tax laws to develop an optimal worldwide tax strategy. In addition, direct complex tax research, formulate tax-planning strategies and perform tax reviews. Should have Bachelor's degree in Accounting. MBA or MS in Accounting or Tax preferred. JD/LLM degree a plus. CPA preferred. Must have in-depth, first-hand experience in a wide range of industries. Must be familiar with the tax consulting process and the professionalism necessary for the effective diagnosis, solution, development and implementation of clients' tax needs. Should have 3+ years of corporate tax experience, preferably with 2 years focused on transactional taxation. Experience with a Big 4 organization, law firm, or large corporate tax department of a multinational company is required. Prior supervisory experience required. Consulting and compliance experience is needed. Excellent research skills and strong written and verbal communications skills required. Excellent project management and presentation skills required. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2015-04-28

Corporate,Tax/Attorney/In House/San Francisco, California

San Francisco CA Senior Attorney- Mergers and Acquisitions Tax The candidate will have an opportunity to concentrate efforts on a variety of international compliance, research, consulting and planning issues. This position involves advising U.S. and foreign multinational companies on the tax implications of their international operations as well as coordinating U.S. tax laws with foreign tax laws to develop an optimal worldwide tax strategy. In addition, direct complex tax research, formulate tax-planning strategies and perform tax reviews. Should have Bachelor's degree in Accounting. MBA or MS in Accounting or Tax preferred. JD/LLM degree a plus. CPA preferred. Must have in-depth, first-hand experience in a wide range of industries. Must be familiar with the tax consulting process and the professionalism necessary for the effective diagnosis, solution, development and implementation of clients' tax needs. Should have 3+ years of corporate tax experience, preferably with 2 years focused on transactional taxation. Experience with a Big 4 organization, law firm, or large corporate tax department of a multinational company is required. Prior supervisory experience required. Consulting and compliance experience is needed. Excellent research skills and strong written and verbal communications skills required. Excellent project management and presentation skills required. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2015-04-28

Corporate,Tax/Attorney/In House/San Francisco, California

San Francisco CA Senior Attorney- Mergers and Acquisitions Tax The candidate will have an opportunity to concentrate efforts on a variety of international compliance, research, consulting and planning issues. This position involves advising U.S. and foreign multinational companies on the tax implications of their international operations as well as coordinating U.S. tax laws with foreign tax laws to develop an optimal worldwide tax strategy. In addition, direct complex tax research, formulate tax-planning strategies and perform tax reviews. Should have Bachelor's degree in Accounting. MBA or MS in Accounting or Tax preferred. JD/LLM degree a plus. CPA preferred. Must have in-depth, first-hand experience in a wide range of industries. Must be familiar with the tax consulting process and the professionalism necessary for the effective diagnosis, solution, development and implementation of clients' tax needs. Should have 3+ years of corporate tax experience, preferably with 2 years focused on transactional taxation. Experience with a Big 4 organization, law firm, or large corporate tax department of a multinational company is required. Prior supervisory experience required. Consulting and compliance experience is needed. Excellent research skills and strong written and verbal communications skills required. Excellent project management and presentation skills required. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2015-04-28

Corporate/Counsel/In House/Chicago, Illinois

Chicago IL Senior Legal Counsel Duties: Lead and supervise a team of Alliance lawyers, handle routine escalations related to Alliance, Resale and Teaming Agreements. Conduct performance reviews and provide required coaching and development assistance. Responsible for and provide assistance and expertise on strategic and major alliances (including resale relationships), assisting Legal Professionals to understand the arrangements that exist with key alliance partners and how to implement these and where appropriate, providing oversight or joint review in the case of strategic cross-organization initiatives; Draft and negotiate agreements and handle other matters that are generated by the Alliances & Resale organization, taking into account the relevant regulatory landscape, and compliant with policies. Develop and coordinate with other members of the Offerings & Alliance Support Team the development and deployment of (i) shared knowledge around growth engine and market leader alliances & resale, (ii) tools, templates, guidance, etc., for alliances/resale generally and (iii) contract repository being implemented by the Alliance & GP Delivery Team; Provide support to Legal Professionals (a) with agreements they are working on (or other matters) involving Alliances & Resale, and (b) for transactions they are working on which leverage agreements negotiated by the Alliance & GP Delivery Team (e.g., subcontractor agreements with a Cross-OG Alliance partner for cross-Operating Group projects);Assist in the management of the legal budget and spend for the Alliance & GP Delivery Team; Supports the Global Compliance strategy and the related Global Compliance programs implementation, in particular, working with the Global Compliance team. As per the applicable Compliance Responsibility Matrix that describes the responsibilities of the Compliance stakeholders of the Legal group: help determine the alliances and delivery conditions dimension and feasibility of compliance programs; where required or justified by an alliance or some delivery terms, suggest new policies and contribute to policy design and implementation among the Legal Contracting Team and business team; advocate Compliance programs with the alliances and Growth Platform delivery leadership. Reports to: Director of Legal Services, Alliance & Growth Platform Support. Senior Managers and Managers.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree or equivalent Law Degree required. 9+ years of experience as an attorney including complex transactional experience. 5+ years of experience with general management of other legal professionals. Preferred: Solid experience in complex transactions such as alliances, joint ventures, acquisitions. Deep expertise in basic contracting issues required and knowledge of intellectual property very helpful. Good business acumen, knowledge of business strategy (or similar business strategy at another company if experienced hire). Good judgment, an ability to prioritize and make decisions, and spot risks before they materialize; ability to work with and manage resources remotely. Strong writing and negotiation skills. Good executive presence and the ability to work effectively with the senior business leaders at Accenture, partners from law firms. Strong leadership and management skills. Strong communication skills.
Legal 9 - 0 Full-time 2015-04-28

Corporate/Counsel/In House/Seattle, Washington

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel Duties: Supporting development, business and operations teams as they conceive, design, implement and scale new customer offerings. Operate cross-functionally with other business and support groups and coordinate with subject matter experts in legal department and in the new businesses this attorney supports to deliver comprehensive guidance to business leaders. Providing legal counseling in the areas of retail and consumer products; Researching and providing guidance on the applicability of existing and proposed regulations to new customer offerings; and structuring, drafting and negotiation of commercial agreements.

Qualifications: Strong academic credentials including a J.D. degree from a highly regarded law school. Admission to and good standing with the bar of at least one US state. 5+ years of legal experience, preferably with some portion of that experience in commercial transactions and regulatory compliance. 3+ years of experience in a top national or international law firm. Preferred: Experience structuring, drafting and negotiating commercial agreements in support of new product development. Ability to understand practically apply regulations dealing with retail and consumer products. Strong analytical and interpersonal skills. Excellent writing, negotiation and oral communications skills, great legal and business judgment and the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously are essential to success in this role.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2015-04-28

Government/Attorney/In House/Boston, Massachusetts

Boston MA Assistant General Counsel -- Regulatory Duties: Provide legal support in furtherance of business strategy to develop, own, and operate utility-scale solar and wind energy projects. Represent the company before Federal and state regulators. Develop and execute federal and regulatory strategy for development projects, including obtaining correct and timely regulatory status, certifications and qualifications as required by federal and state regulations and by financing parties, as well as provide regulatory support for interconnection agreements, participation in PUC-governed RFPs, and approvals for PPAs. Development and execution of federal and state regulatory strategy for mergers and acquisitions, including oversight of diligence of federal and state regulatory issues. Maintain state and federal regulatory compliance for operating projects, including notices of change in status and REC certifications. Represent Company in appropriate state and federal rulemakings, investigations and other proceedings that affect the Company's business. Develop and execute strategies for Company participation in appropriate proceedings involving regional markets that are likely to affect Company's business interests. Provide regulatory legal expertise and support for solar and wind energy projects. Develop and execute regulatory strategy for development projects, including making required regulatory filings and obtaining necessary approvals in the timeframe required by the development team and financing parties. Perform regulatory due diligence and obtain needed regulatory approvals to support mergers and acquisitions. Maintain regulatory compliance for assets in operation. Advocate on behalf of the company's interests in connection with rulemakings, investigations and policymaking proceedings. Support development of regulatory strategy for new technologies, markets and programs. Provide regulatory support to asset management team for registration of assets, completion of financial assurance policies and other market participant requirements. Work as a team and as an effective manager of resources, both internal and external.

Requirements: J.D. Degree and must be admitted in a U.S. jurisdiction to practice law. 8+ years of federal and state regulatory experience representing utilities, independent power producers, or developers of electric generation before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission or state public utility commissions. Experience as in-house counsel preferred but not required. Training with top tier law firm preferred. Previous experience conducting due diligence for merger and acquisitions or representing companies before the Maine Public Utilities Commission or other state utilities commissions. Previous experience in a legal counsel role in a renewable energy company. Ability to identify risks and propose solutions to mitigate risks. Proficient in Windows environment, MS Office, Outlook, Excel; technically savvy.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2015-04-28

Telecommunications/Counsel/In House/Herndon, Virginia

Herndon VA Legal Counsel Responsibilities: Reviewing, drafting and negotiating standard commercial agreements with minimal supervision; advising business/sales teams of relevant issues; working collaboratively with commercial, regulatory, compliance and IP teams to ensure company policy and procedures are followed.

Requirements: A J.D. Degree, LLB or LLM (or foreign equivalent) with admission to the bar in at least one relevant jurisdiction. 5 years of post-qualification experience. In-house experience in a carrier/telecom company preferred. Strong drafting and negotiation skills along with excellent business judgment and strategic thinking.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2015-04-28

Corporate/Attorney/In House/Washington, District of Columbia

Washington DC Senior Counterintelligence Analyst Duties: Works directly with the program director and stakeholders to identify and assess foreign intelligence, international terrorist, and technological threats directed against personnel, resources, science and technology, facilities and programs. Assess the foreign intelligence (FI), international terrorist, and technological collection threats directed against DOE personnel, resources, science and technology (S&T), facilities and programs. Produce CI products to include national security studies, and policy recommendations for circulation within DOE, and for external dissemination through the USIC. Capitalizes on existing liaison contacts within the USIC to further research and analytical objectives and goals of the Program. Works with the Program Director to contribute to the integration of field and headquarters analysis.

Requirement: Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college relevant to geopolitical or national security studies. A Master's Degree, J.D. Degree or higher is highly desired. 10 years of experience in counterintelligence (CI) analysis. Expert knowledge of DoD processes and terminology. Formal CI Training is desired. Expert in MS Office. Excellent writing and communications skills. Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines efficiently. Knowledge of CI tradecraft, analytical standards and integrity, methodology and tools is required. Foreign language written and spoken proficiency (such as Russian, Arabic, Farsi, Hindi or related languages).
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2015-04-28

Corporate,Intellectual Property/Counsel/In House/Wauwatosa, Wisconsin

Wauwatosa WI Corporate Patent Counsel Duties: Reporting to Senior Counsel, the Corporate Patent Counsel is responsible for providing guidance, direction and support to internal stakeholders including stakeholders in Engineering, General Merchandise, Manufacturing, Materials, Parts/Accessories/ Customization, and Styling. In addition, this role conducts and manages non-infringement and clearance analysis. Provides guidance to legal support staff, managing outside counsel, implementing tactics, policies and procedures, and representing Harley-Davidson with external stakeholders. Participate in invention disclosure review process and Patent Review Committee to help ensure that inventions are identified and patented. Working hands-on in drafting, negotiating, revising, and finalizing a broad spectrum of agreements, including license, service, joint development, and non-disclosure agreements (and managing outside counsel in performing the same.) Supervise outside counsel in preparation and prosecution of patent applications, both domestically and internationally. Manage U.S. and foreign patent applications and issued patents throughout the patent lifecycle by collaborating directly with colleagues in inventor community.

Qualifications: Bachelor s degree and a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Preferred fields of study are: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Computer Science, and/or an advanced degree recognized by the USPTO. Requires admission to the State Bar of Wisconsin, or meeting the requirements under Wisconsin Supreme Court Rule 10.03(4) (f) to register as an as in-house counsel in Wisconsin and successfully completing such registration within 60 days after the commencement of employment with Harley-Davidson; and registration to practice before the USPTO. 3+ years of experience in a law firm or corporate legal department. Experience should include: Providing counsel related to Intellectual Property matters and in drafting and negotiating commercial agreements with Intellectual Property issues. Strong written and verbal communication skills (including good listening skills) and the ability to achieve positive outcomes through influence.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2015-04-28

Tax/Attorney/In House/Chicago, Illinois

Chicago IL Senior Consultant, Transformation (TAX) Duties: Working, is responsible for providing expertise and analysis for strategic transformational initiatives. Ensuring that the assigned initiatives are well designed, executable, and delivered. Ensuring large-scale enterprise-wide initiatives are delivered driving innovative solutions to address current and future business challenges and achieving organizational objectives. Look across all corporate strategic initiatives to understand how the big picture initiatives link together in a holistic road map. Defines and drives strategic change roadmaps; strategic thinker (broad vs. narrow). Utilizes subject matter expertise to perform functional reviews of transformational initiatives and on-going BAU change agendas. Vets any new needs / demands from internal and external clients against agreed processes and industry standards. Raises variances to Work Stream Leads for approval. Ensures that there is no duplication of efforts and that capital investment is maximized for the initiative, leveraging synergies and minimizing tactical spend. Communicates to assigned stakeholders. Engages with the business partners to ensure current requirements including manual processes, overarching operational procedures and approved client variances are captured. Serves as a Change Advocate. Establishes trust within the corresponding business teams. Gains enthusiasm within the teams and raises to Work Stream Leads any concerns received. Engages with Northern Trust Industry Group Liaisons to capture all current industry requirements. Challenges Liaisons to identify any variances from Industry Standards. Remains connected to Liaisons to ensure future industry developments are considered. Understands the big picture and how their portion of the process fits. Identifies areas where people and process changes may be required in the future state including partner job responsibilities, tools, processes, procedures, etc. Independently delivers a high-quality work product. Confident and able to lead discussions to recommend and agree decisions. Defining and maintaining the functional and application vision and approach for accounting processing transformation. Work with internal partners - operational groups, Global Client Tax Services, Tax Compliance, Technical Accounting Policy - to solicit tax treatment changes and updates, to understand up and down stream impacts, and to gain approval and sign off on changes. Liaise with Technology on changes required to accounting/tax processes based on new cost basis needs, regulatory change, operational efficiency opportunities.

Qualifications: CPA, MST, or LLM in Taxation is a plus. Graduate-level study of the taxation of financial instruments is a plus. 10+ years of related business experience. Knowledge and understanding of financial instruments and the US Tax treatment around these instruments. Exposure to non-US tax standards a plus. Ability to document and maintain posting rule standards and the resulting detailed debit and credits comprising of the posting process for tax purposes. Working knowledge of the policies, rules, and interpretations that govern the federal regulation and taxation of financial instruments and transactions. Strong knowledge of tax regulations on financial instruments and ability to research the tax code when necessary. Knowledge of capital markets and financial instruments, including complex debt structures and derivatives. Familiarity with short sales, market discount and premium, notional principal contracts, original issue discount (OID), wash sales, and straddles. Strong knowledge of accounting (specifically debit and credit financial accounting) Familiarity with functionality of general ledger systems and interface modules (for transactional purposes) Ability to utilize Chart of Accounts and develop journal entries for asset class life cycle events (i.e. purchase, income, corporate actions, disposition) Accounting knowledge and understanding of financial instruments and the US GAAP and IFRS accounting components around these instruments. Ability to document and maintain posting rule standards and the resulting detailed debit and credits comprising of the posting process. Experienced in area of project management and has detailed knowledge of functional business areas. Relevant product experience; experienced in consulting, analysis and change management. Highly flexible and adaptable to change. Connected to industry and regulatory development and closely aligned to Product and assigned functional business areas. Leadership and organizational skills are required to interpret strategic goals and to recommend advancement. Excellent communicator; both verbal and written. Deep subject matter knowledge relating to a specific Northern Trust product and corresponding process. Understands the end to end process including capture, enrich, repair, process and deliver phases.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2015-04-28
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Underwriting Attorney
In-House,Confidential
Location : Yorkville Illinois United States

Responsible for determining the legal sufficiency of a specific contract or transaction and conducting real estate closings. Drafting legal documents such as deeds, affidavits and Power of Attorney, completing title review and clearing any title issu... + read more

apr 23, 2015


EXCLUSIVE-- Associate Counsel
In-House,Confidential
Location : Tarrytown New York United States

A rapidly growing, and innovative company seeks a dynamic and well-qualified attorney to join their Legal Department.  Summary Description:  Assist Legal Department in representing the company and its subsidiaries in a broad array of legal matters... + read more

apr 13, 2015


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Corporate,Tax/Attorney/In House/San Francisco, California
Refer job# QDWL92186
 
Senior Attorney- Mergers and Acquisitions Tax The candidate will have an opportunity to concentrate efforts on a variety of international compliance, research, consulting and planning issues. This position involves advising U.S. and foreign multinational companies on the tax implications of their international operations as well as coordinating U.S. tax laws with foreign tax laws to develop an optimal worldwide tax strategy. In addition, direct complex tax research, formulate tax-planning strategies and perform tax reviews. Should have Bachelor's degree in Accounting. MBA or MS in Accounting or Tax preferred. JD/LLM degree a plus. CPA preferred. Must have in-depth, first-hand experience in a wide range of industries. Must be familiar with the tax consulting process and the professionalism necessary for the effective diagnosis, solution, development and implementation of clients' tax needs. Should have 3+ years of corporate tax experience, preferably with 2 years focused on transactional taxation. Experience with a Big 4 organization, law firm, or large corporate tax department of a multinational company is required. Prior supervisory experience required. Consulting and compliance experience is needed. Excellent research skills and strong written and verbal communications skills required. Excellent project management and presentation skills required.
 
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Corporate,Tax/Attorney/In House/San Francisco, California
Refer job# QTDE92187
 
Senior Attorney- Mergers and Acquisitions Tax The candidate will have an opportunity to concentrate efforts on a variety of international compliance, research, consulting and planning issues. This position involves advising U.S. and foreign multinational companies on the tax implications of their international operations as well as coordinating U.S. tax laws with foreign tax laws to develop an optimal worldwide tax strategy. In addition, direct complex tax research, formulate tax-planning strategies and perform tax reviews. Should have Bachelor's degree in Accounting. MBA or MS in Accounting or Tax preferred. JD/LLM degree a plus. CPA preferred. Must have in-depth, first-hand experience in a wide range of industries. Must be familiar with the tax consulting process and the professionalism necessary for the effective diagnosis, solution, development and implementation of clients' tax needs. Should have 3+ years of corporate tax experience, preferably with 2 years focused on transactional taxation. Experience with a Big 4 organization, law firm, or large corporate tax department of a multinational company is required. Prior supervisory experience required. Consulting and compliance experience is needed. Excellent research skills and strong written and verbal communications skills required. Excellent project management and presentation skills required.
 
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Corporate,Tax/Attorney/In House/San Francisco, California
Refer job# NNEZ92188
 
Senior Attorney- Mergers and Acquisitions Tax The candidate will have an opportunity to concentrate efforts on a variety of international compliance, research, consulting and planning issues. This position involves advising U.S. and foreign multinational companies on the tax implications of their international operations as well as coordinating U.S. tax laws with foreign tax laws to develop an optimal worldwide tax strategy. In addition, direct complex tax research, formulate tax-planning strategies and perform tax reviews. Should have Bachelor's degree in Accounting. MBA or MS in Accounting or Tax preferred. JD/LLM degree a plus. CPA preferred. Must have in-depth, first-hand experience in a wide range of industries. Must be familiar with the tax consulting process and the professionalism necessary for the effective diagnosis, solution, development and implementation of clients' tax needs. Should have 3+ years of corporate tax experience, preferably with 2 years focused on transactional taxation. Experience with a Big 4 organization, law firm, or large corporate tax department of a multinational company is required. Prior supervisory experience required. Consulting and compliance experience is needed. Excellent research skills and strong written and verbal communications skills required. Excellent project management and presentation skills required.
 
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Corporate/Counsel/In House/Chicago, Illinois
Refer job# JCMK92189
 
Senior Legal Counsel Duties: Lead and supervise a team of Alliance lawyers, handle routine escalations related to Alliance, Resale and Teaming Agreements. Conduct performance reviews and provide required coaching and development assistance. Responsible for and provide assistance and expertise on strategic and major alliances (including resale relationships), assisting Legal Professionals to understand the arrangements that exist with key alliance partners and how to implement these and where appropriate, providing oversight or joint review in the case of strategic cross-organization initiatives; Draft and negotiate agreements and handle other matters that are generated by the Alliances & Resale organization, taking into account the relevant regulatory landscape, and compliant with policies. Develop and coordinate with other members of the Offerings & Alliance Support Team the development and deployment of (i) shared knowledge around growth engine and market leader alliances & resale, (ii) tools, templates, guidance, etc., for alliances/resale generally and (iii) contract repository being implemented by the Alliance & GP Delivery Team; Provide support to Legal Professionals (a) with agreements they are working on (or other matters) involving Alliances & Resale, and (b) for transactions they are working on which leverage agreements negotiated by the Alliance & GP Delivery Team (e.g., subcontractor agreements with a Cross-OG Alliance partner for cross-Operating Group projects);Assist in the management of the legal budget and spend for the Alliance & GP Delivery Team; Supports the Global Compliance strategy and the related Global Compliance programs implementation, in particular, working with the Global Compliance team. As per the applicable Compliance Responsibility Matrix that describes the responsibilities of the Compliance stakeholders of the Legal group: help determine the alliances and delivery conditions dimension and feasibility of compliance programs; where required or justified by an alliance or some delivery terms, suggest new policies and contribute to policy design and implementation among the Legal Contracting Team and business team; advocate Compliance programs with the alliances and Growth Platform delivery leadership. Reports to: Director of Legal Services, Alliance & Growth Platform Support. Senior Managers and Managers.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree or equivalent Law Degree required. 9+ years of experience as an attorney including complex transactional experience. 5+ years of experience with general management of other legal professionals. Preferred: Solid experience in complex transactions such as alliances, joint ventures, acquisitions. Deep expertise in basic contracting issues required and knowledge of intellectual property very helpful. Good business acumen, knowledge of business strategy (or similar business strategy at another company if experienced hire). Good judgment, an ability to prioritize and make decisions, and spot risks before they materialize; ability to work with and manage resources remotely. Strong writing and negotiation skills. Good executive presence and the ability to work effectively with the senior business leaders at Accenture, partners from law firms. Strong leadership and management skills. Strong communication skills.
 
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Corporate/Counsel/In House/Seattle, Washington
Refer job# XWTR92190
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Supporting development, business and operations teams as they conceive, design, implement and scale new customer offerings. Operate cross-functionally with other business and support groups and coordinate with subject matter experts in legal department and in the new businesses this attorney supports to deliver comprehensive guidance to business leaders. Providing legal counseling in the areas of retail and consumer products; Researching and providing guidance on the applicability of existing and proposed regulations to new customer offerings; and structuring, drafting and negotiation of commercial agreements.

Qualifications: Strong academic credentials including a J.D. degree from a highly regarded law school. Admission to and good standing with the bar of at least one US state. 5+ years of legal experience, preferably with some portion of that experience in commercial transactions and regulatory compliance. 3+ years of experience in a top national or international law firm. Preferred: Experience structuring, drafting and negotiating commercial agreements in support of new product development. Ability to understand practically apply regulations dealing with retail and consumer products. Strong analytical and interpersonal skills. Excellent writing, negotiation and oral communications skills, great legal and business judgment and the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously are essential to success in this role.
 
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Government/Attorney/In House/Boston, Massachusetts
Refer job# TWWD92191
 
Assistant General Counsel -- Regulatory Duties: Provide legal support in furtherance of business strategy to develop, own, and operate utility-scale solar and wind energy projects. Represent the company before Federal and state regulators. Develop and execute federal and regulatory strategy for development projects, including obtaining correct and timely regulatory status, certifications and qualifications as required by federal and state regulations and by financing parties, as well as provide regulatory support for interconnection agreements, participation in PUC-governed RFPs, and approvals for PPAs. Development and execution of federal and state regulatory strategy for mergers and acquisitions, including oversight of diligence of federal and state regulatory issues. Maintain state and federal regulatory compliance for operating projects, including notices of change in status and REC certifications. Represent Company in appropriate state and federal rulemakings, investigations and other proceedings that affect the Company's business. Develop and execute strategies for Company participation in appropriate proceedings involving regional markets that are likely to affect Company's business interests. Provide regulatory legal expertise and support for solar and wind energy projects. Develop and execute regulatory strategy for development projects, including making required regulatory filings and obtaining necessary approvals in the timeframe required by the development team and financing parties. Perform regulatory due diligence and obtain needed regulatory approvals to support mergers and acquisitions. Maintain regulatory compliance for assets in operation. Advocate on behalf of the company's interests in connection with rulemakings, investigations and policymaking proceedings. Support development of regulatory strategy for new technologies, markets and programs. Provide regulatory support to asset management team for registration of assets, completion of financial assurance policies and other market participant requirements. Work as a team and as an effective manager of resources, both internal and external.

Requirements: J.D. Degree and must be admitted in a U.S. jurisdiction to practice law. 8+ years of federal and state regulatory experience representing utilities, independent power producers, or developers of electric generation before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission or state public utility commissions. Experience as in-house counsel preferred but not required. Training with top tier law firm preferred. Previous experience conducting due diligence for merger and acquisitions or representing companies before the Maine Public Utilities Commission or other state utilities commissions. Previous experience in a legal counsel role in a renewable energy company. Ability to identify risks and propose solutions to mitigate risks. Proficient in Windows environment, MS Office, Outlook, Excel; technically savvy.
 
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Telecommunications/Counsel/In House/Herndon, Virginia
Refer job# LUCH92192
 
Legal Counsel Responsibilities: Reviewing, drafting and negotiating standard commercial agreements with minimal supervision; advising business/sales teams of relevant issues; working collaboratively with commercial, regulatory, compliance and IP teams to ensure company policy and procedures are followed.

Requirements: A J.D. Degree, LLB or LLM (or foreign equivalent) with admission to the bar in at least one relevant jurisdiction. 5 years of post-qualification experience. In-house experience in a carrier/telecom company preferred. Strong drafting and negotiation skills along with excellent business judgment and strategic thinking.
 
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Corporate/Attorney/In House/Washington, District of Columbia
Refer job# SJRJ92193
 
Senior Counterintelligence Analyst Duties: Works directly with the program director and stakeholders to identify and assess foreign intelligence, international terrorist, and technological threats directed against personnel, resources, science and technology, facilities and programs. Assess the foreign intelligence (FI), international terrorist, and technological collection threats directed against DOE personnel, resources, science and technology (S&T), facilities and programs. Produce CI products to include national security studies, and policy recommendations for circulation within DOE, and for external dissemination through the USIC. Capitalizes on existing liaison contacts within the USIC to further research and analytical objectives and goals of the Program. Works with the Program Director to contribute to the integration of field and headquarters analysis.

Requirement: Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college relevant to geopolitical or national security studies. A Master's Degree, J.D. Degree or higher is highly desired. 10 years of experience in counterintelligence (CI) analysis. Expert knowledge of DoD processes and terminology. Formal CI Training is desired. Expert in MS Office. Excellent writing and communications skills. Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines efficiently. Knowledge of CI tradecraft, analytical standards and integrity, methodology and tools is required. Foreign language written and spoken proficiency (such as Russian, Arabic, Farsi, Hindi or related languages).
 
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Corporate,Intellectual Property/Counsel/In House/Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
Refer job# MNUC92194
 
Corporate Patent Counsel Duties: Reporting to Senior Counsel, the Corporate Patent Counsel is responsible for providing guidance, direction and support to internal stakeholders including stakeholders in Engineering, General Merchandise, Manufacturing, Materials, Parts/Accessories/ Customization, and Styling. In addition, this role conducts and manages non-infringement and clearance analysis. Provides guidance to legal support staff, managing outside counsel, implementing tactics, policies and procedures, and representing Harley-Davidson with external stakeholders. Participate in invention disclosure review process and Patent Review Committee to help ensure that inventions are identified and patented. Working hands-on in drafting, negotiating, revising, and finalizing a broad spectrum of agreements, including license, service, joint development, and non-disclosure agreements (and managing outside counsel in performing the same.) Supervise outside counsel in preparation and prosecution of patent applications, both domestically and internationally. Manage U.S. and foreign patent applications and issued patents throughout the patent lifecycle by collaborating directly with colleagues in inventor community.

Qualifications: Bachelor s degree and a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Preferred fields of study are: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Computer Science, and/or an advanced degree recognized by the USPTO. Requires admission to the State Bar of Wisconsin, or meeting the requirements under Wisconsin Supreme Court Rule 10.03(4) (f) to register as an as in-house counsel in Wisconsin and successfully completing such registration within 60 days after the commencement of employment with Harley-Davidson; and registration to practice before the USPTO. 3+ years of experience in a law firm or corporate legal department. Experience should include: Providing counsel related to Intellectual Property matters and in drafting and negotiating commercial agreements with Intellectual Property issues. Strong written and verbal communication skills (including good listening skills) and the ability to achieve positive outcomes through influence.
 
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Tax/Attorney/In House/Chicago, Illinois
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Senior Consultant, Transformation (TAX) Duties: Working, is responsible for providing expertise and analysis for strategic transformational initiatives. Ensuring that the assigned initiatives are well designed, executable, and delivered. Ensuring large-scale enterprise-wide initiatives are delivered driving innovative solutions to address current and future business challenges and achieving organizational objectives. Look across all corporate strategic initiatives to understand how the big picture initiatives link together in a holistic road map. Defines and drives strategic change roadmaps; strategic thinker (broad vs. narrow). Utilizes subject matter expertise to perform functional reviews of transformational initiatives and on-going BAU change agendas. Vets any new needs / demands from internal and external clients against agreed processes and industry standards. Raises variances to Work Stream Leads for approval. Ensures that there is no duplication of efforts and that capital investment is maximized for the initiative, leveraging synergies and minimizing tactical spend. Communicates to assigned stakeholders. Engages with the business partners to ensure current requirements including manual processes, overarching operational procedures and approved client variances are captured. Serves as a Change Advocate. Establishes trust within the corresponding business teams. Gains enthusiasm within the teams and raises to Work Stream Leads any concerns received. Engages with Northern Trust Industry Group Liaisons to capture all current industry requirements. Challenges Liaisons to identify any variances from Industry Standards. Remains connected to Liaisons to ensure future industry developments are considered. Understands the big picture and how their portion of the process fits. Identifies areas where people and process changes may be required in the future state including partner job responsibilities, tools, processes, procedures, etc. Independently delivers a high-quality work product. Confident and able to lead discussions to recommend and agree decisions. Defining and maintaining the functional and application vision and approach for accounting processing transformation. Work with internal partners - operational groups, Global Client Tax Services, Tax Compliance, Technical Accounting Policy - to solicit tax treatment changes and updates, to understand up and down stream impacts, and to gain approval and sign off on changes. Liaise with Technology on changes required to accounting/tax processes based on new cost basis needs, regulatory change, operational efficiency opportunities.

Qualifications: CPA, MST, or LLM in Taxation is a plus. Graduate-level study of the taxation of financial instruments is a plus. 10+ years of related business experience. Knowledge and understanding of financial instruments and the US Tax treatment around these instruments. Exposure to non-US tax standards a plus. Ability to document and maintain posting rule standards and the resulting detailed debit and credits comprising of the posting process for tax purposes. Working knowledge of the policies, rules, and interpretations that govern the federal regulation and taxation of financial instruments and transactions. Strong knowledge of tax regulations on financial instruments and ability to research the tax code when necessary. Knowledge of capital markets and financial instruments, including complex debt structures and derivatives. Familiarity with short sales, market discount and premium, notional principal contracts, original issue discount (OID), wash sales, and straddles. Strong knowledge of accounting (specifically debit and credit financial accounting) Familiarity with functionality of general ledger systems and interface modules (for transactional purposes) Ability to utilize Chart of Accounts and develop journal entries for asset class life cycle events (i.e. purchase, income, corporate actions, disposition) Accounting knowledge and understanding of financial instruments and the US GAAP and IFRS accounting components around these instruments. Ability to document and maintain posting rule standards and the resulting detailed debit and credits comprising of the posting process. Experienced in area of project management and has detailed knowledge of functional business areas. Relevant product experience; experienced in consulting, analysis and change management. Highly flexible and adaptable to change. Connected to industry and regulatory development and closely aligned to Product and assigned functional business areas. Leadership and organizational skills are required to interpret strategic goals and to recommend advancement. Excellent communicator; both verbal and written. Deep subject matter knowledge relating to a specific Northern Trust product and corresponding process. Understands the end to end process including capture, enrich, repair, process and deliver phases.
 
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