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Senior Corporate Counsel, Regulatory

Washington DC Senior Corporate Counsel, Regulatory The candidate will work on vehicle safety, compliance and homologation support, government reporting, and support for service and engineering. Will provide strategic policy and business development advice and counsel pertaining to Company business and products through existing and new regulatory regimes. Duties will include traditional functions such as monitoring, advice and counsel regarding new product development, general regulatory support, as well as strategic advising on policy development and advocacy associated with regulations affecting the automotive industry, including autonomous vehicles. Will ensure compliance with applicable rules, regulations, and statutory requirements including U.S. Department of Transportation and Environmental Protection Agency regulations. Will also assist in development of these laws and regulations with those agencies and other policy makers. The role includes a combination of law, policy, and advocacy. Responsibilities:Work on governmental regulatory investigations and other government inquiries - including NHTSA, EU, and comparable work in other regions. Work on government interactions and reporting obligations - TREAD, recall reporting, compliance reporting for new products, FOIA. Support Service on regulatory-related programs. Support and Counsel homologation, engineering, and Autopilot departments in the development of new vehicles and features. Provide proactive advice and counsel on affecting new laws and regulations applicable to the automotive industry with a focus on leveraging those laws and regulations to support and promote battery electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles and connected vehicles. Reduce risk associated with non-compliance with existing laws and regulations. Advise on compliance with various worldwide rules related to the auto industry. Lead investigations of suspected or alleged breaches of law or policy in the regulatory arena. Participate in meetings of various compliance related matters and safety reviews. Manage outside counsel, lobbyists and in-house resources in connection with the foregoing. Formulate and influence forward looking policy regarding battery electric vehicles. Draft, review and negotiate legal documents. Protect Company from regulatory risk through compliance and risk management. Make final decisions on complex legal problems and determine when a legal matter requires consultation or coordination with government offices, agencies or departments, or commercial organization. JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school is required. Should be a Member of the California bar (or able to obtain California in-house registration). Should have 6-10 years of experience in regulatory, government relations, and/or product liability. Ability to absorb and synthesize wide variety of laws and regulations. Ability to exercise business and legal judgment with strong problem-solving, research, and project management skills and work closely with business. Preferably, experience working for an automaker, auto supplier, government safety agency, or law firm supporting same is required. Preferably, having an engineering or technical background, and/or significant transportation or vehicle experience is required. Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2019-12-11

Corporate Counsel

Palo Alto CA Corporate Counsel The candidate should be focused on providing high quality legal support to our business partners in our Sales department, with secondary support for vendor procurement, all the while working closely with Sales, Finance, and other teams. Strong candidates are solutions-driven and independent, with direct experience in drafting and negotiating both customer and vendor agreements. The successful candidate must work well in a high-energy environment, become an enthusiastic part of a collaborative team, and care for the company and its people. Negotiate, draft and interpret contracts, assisting management in the negotiation of terms, minimizing risk, and protecting the company's interests; Ensure compliance with relevant legislation, regulations, and ethical standards that affect business activities; Respond promptly and effectively to legal requests from sales, supply chain, business development, marketing, finance and other internal clients, and advise on recommended courses of action and legal risks; Deal with complex matters with multiple stakeholders; Help to identify and brief management on potential and actual legal exposures, and take appropriate proactive and remedial measures; Handle special projects as requested, including those assigned bys General Counsel. Must be a lawyer qualified to practice in at least one U.S. state, preferably California, and have a JD degree from an ABA accredited law school; 3-5 years of experience in-house, or can have a mix of in-house and law firm experience. Will consider motivated and well qualified candidates with fewer years of experience; Exposure to technology, Silicon Valley tech companies, cybersecurity and sales environments is advantageous; Must have a service-oriented mindset as part of a G&A function within the company; Superior language, written and verbal communication skills required. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-12-11

Corporate Counsel - Dispute Resolution

Bethesda MD Corporate Counsel - Dispute Resolution The candidate will be responsible for: Investigating and evaluating factual circumstances at issue in disputes, engaging in early case assessment, and achieving resolution of disputes prior to litigation when appropriate; Providing litigation risk assessments, including advising clients on estimated costs of litigation, possibilities of success, scope and nature of risks, valuation of various potential outcomes, and alternative solutions available, including potential dispute resolution and settlement options; Providing clients with legal assistance and advice regarding disputes and matters in litigation; Supporting all aspects of company policies and practices as they relate to litigation, arbitration, and otherwise; Supporting all aspects of company policies and practices concerning electronic discovery and document review, production, and retention; Managing dispute resolution and litigation prior to engagement of outside counsel; Managing outside counsel, vendors, and consultants to support litigation matters including, ideally, experience with managing experts and their testimony; Overseeing and participating with outside counsel in developing strategy, drafting and editing pleadings, briefs, and memos, engaging in discovery and factual investigation, and supporting depositions, hearings, and trials, as appropriate; Providing oversight and guidance to Litigation Groups Paralegal Team in discovery management, and in responses to claim letters and third-party subpoenas and service of process issues; In conjunction with Finance Partner and outside counsel, vendors, and consultants, develop and manage matter budgets, including case and matter budgeting and monthly fees and costs accrual processes; Managing outside counsel relationships, including budgeting, staffing, case management, and conflict waiver requests; Traveling, as appropriate, domestically and internationally, to attend relevant court hearings, trials, and arbitration proceedings; Working on various commercial matters, franchise tender disputes, and matters concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act; Performing other duties as appropriate. Must have excellent academic records with a law degree from a top law school. Should have Active Bar Membership to the bar of any state. Must have 5+ years of litigation experience in a law firm or corporate law department of national reputation, with a focus on commercial litigation, including trial/arbitration hearing experience, preferably with some insurance defense experience and/or franchise experience, and a business-oriented approach to practicing law. Should have Litigation process experience, expertise concerning electronic discovery, knowledge of and experience with e-mail systems/network methodologies/back-up solutions, including experience with record management and preservation. Must have outstanding analytical, writing, and oral presentation skills. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-11

Counsel Corporate Governance, M&a And Securities

Coral Gables FL Counsel Corporate Governance, M&A and Securities The candidate will be the subject matter expert in matters related to corporate governance, securities, and mergers and acquisitions matters. Will possess the utmost attention to detail and the ability to establish effective working relationships with senior leaders in tax, accounting, human resources, and various business units across the company. Providing legal advice and counsel with respect to securities laws and all public company disclosure matters, including drafting and reviewing filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (e.g. 34 Act reports, Section 16 compliance, registration statements, proxy statement, etc.). Providing legal advice and counsel with respect to insider trading laws and the companys insider trading policy. Providing legal advice and counsel with respect to public company corporate governance matters, compliance with stock exchange listing requirements (including NASDAQ), and ensuring accuracy and compliance with applicable laws. Drafting and negotiating mergers and acquisition documents, and all ancillary documents related thereto required for closing. Advising on Human Resources matters, including compensation and benefits packages. Monitoring legal developments in assigned area that could impact the company. Supporting board of directors and board committee meetings, as needed. Overseeing and managing outside counsel and staff, as required. Additional responsibilities and job duties as assigned are required. Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and a member in good standing of at least one state Bar. Must have 7 years experience representing public and/or private companies in mergers and acquisitions and public company filing requirements, having assumed leadership roles on complex transactions and related corporate matters. Law firm experience preferred. Strong entrepreneurial spirit with ability to develop appropriate processes to manage growth. High energy level and demonstrated ability to coach and guide multiple objectives and initiatives simultaneously are required. Hands on approach and high level of attention to operational execution are required. Excellent communication skills with the proven ability to convey legal advice clearly and effectively are required. Ability to juggle multiple projects in fast paced, high pressure and rapidly changing environments are required. Excellent legal, business and practical judgment with strong problem-solving skills. Strong understanding of regulatory compliance as it relates to corporate governance and risk management. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-11

Assistant General Counsel ICG Litigation

New York City NY Assistant General Counsel ICG Litigation Duties: Supports all ICG businesses, including corporate and investment banking, markets and securities services, trade and treasury services, the Private Bank, and other broker-dealer businesses, in connection with a broad range of litigations, arbitrations, related regulatory inquiries, investigations, complex subpoenas and investor claims. Specific responsibilities include defending and managing complex cases, providing strategic input and direction, preparing witnesses for testimony, reviewing court submissions, attending mediations, working with joint defense groups and assisting in trial/arbitration preparations. Significant interaction with business line managers and professionals in the control functions through regular presentations of defense plans and case updates. In addition, advising businesses and other functions on litigation prevention strategies and assisting in the implementation of enhanced processes and procedures is a key component of the role. The litigation docket includes cases in federal and state courts in New York and other jurisdictions relating to antitrust, securities fraud, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and other claims. The Group also handles internal investigations, especially in connection with ethics complaints, whistleblower escalations or potential policy violations. Will both independently handle matters as well as supervise external counsel, including supervising external legal spend and maintaining budgets. Team members work closely with colleagues in other regions around the globe on cross-border and cross-affiliate issues that require collaboration and coordination.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent and Requisite Bar Admission. 7+ years of professional experience in complex litigation proceedings. Significant experience at a major law firm or in-house position at a financial services company. It would be a plus for the candidate to have previous exposure to capital markets, institutional sales and trading, derivatives and/or commercial and investment banking matters. Desirable: Highest standards of integrity. Collaborative work habits, including acting in the interests of a common cause. A proactive, energetic and pragmatic approach to business and legal issues. Excellent communication skills including the ability to explain technical matters to non-lawyers. Active listening skills. The ability to successfully work with clients located in different locations (both within the US and around the world). A problem-solving, commercial orientation and a can do attitude, with a presence that commands respect.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Senior Counsel - Data Privacy, Hipaa

Washington DC Senior Counsel - Data Privacy, HIPAA The candidate provides a full range of legal advice and services. Works on problems of diverse scope and complexity ranging from moderate to substantial. Typically a Legal generalist or provides counsel in a combination of disciplines. Advises executives to develop functional strategies (often segment specific) on matters of significance. Exercises independent judgment and decision making on complex issues regarding job duties and related tasks, and works under minimal supervision, Uses independent judgment requiring analysis of variable factors and determining the best course of action. Will focus on data privacy and security law and compliance. It will involve providing legal counsel to a wide range of groups across company that touch on personal data. Provide legal advice on privacy and security incidents including notifications to regulators and individuals. Engage with privacy regulators as may be required. Review and negotiate privacy and data protection terms with clients and vendors, including Business Associate Agreements and GDPR addendums. Provide counsel on a wide variety of data privacy matters, including government requirements, industry and client requirements, and best practices. Act as subject matter expert for privacy laws and regulations, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), the CAN-SPAM Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and various State privacy regulations. Collaborate with Legal, HR, Procurement, and other senior leaders on privacy-related matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor and bar admission. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in a cybersecurity and/or privacy role. Ability to communicate and discuss technical concepts at many levels, from IT professionals to those without a background in technology is required. Must have data protection / privacy / cyber liability experience. Significant experience managing large, high profile information incidents and security breaches is needed. Should have experience interacting with state regulators, federal regulators, clients and customers with respect to information incidents, audits or other privacy or information protection related inquiries. Strong, independent decision-making ability. Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to compile and analyze regulatory and business information, assess risk, and provide resolutions or recommendations for process improvement is required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Senior Counsel - Data Privacy, Hipaa

Miami FL Senior Counsel - Data Privacy, HIPAA The candidate will provide a full range of legal advice and services. Will work on problems of diverse scope and complexity ranging from moderate to substantial. Provide counsel in a combination of disciplines. Advise executives to develop functional strategies (often segment specific) on matters of significance. Exercise independent judgment and decision making on complex issues regarding job duties and related tasks, and work under minimal supervision. Use independent judgment requiring analysis of variable factors and determining the best course of action. Focus on data privacy and security law and compliance. It will involve providing legal counsel to a wide range of groups across Humana that touch on personal data. Provide legal advice on privacy and security incidents including notifications to regulators and individuals. Engage with privacy regulators as may be required. Review and negotiate privacy and data protection terms with clients and vendors, including Business Associate Agreements and GDPR addendums. Provide counsel on a wide variety of data privacy matters, including government requirements, industry and client requirements, and best practices. Act as subject matter expert for privacy laws and regulations, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), the CAN-SPAM Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and various State privacy regulations. Collaborate with Legal, HR, Procurement, and other senior leaders on privacy-related matters.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and Bar admission. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in a cybersecurity and/or privacy role. Should have ability to communicate and discuss technical concepts at many levels, from IT professionals to those without a background in technology. Must have data protection / privacy / cyber liability experience. Significant experience managing large, high profile information incidents and security breaches is required. Experience interacting with state regulators, federal regulators, clients and customers with respect to information incidents, audits or other privacy or information protection related inquiries is essential.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Senior Counsel - Data Privacy, Hipaa

Boston MA Senior Counsel - Data Privacy, HIPAA The candidate will provide a full range of legal advice and services. Will work on problems of diverse scope and complexity ranging from moderate to substantial. Provide counsel in a combination of disciplines. Advise executives to develop functional strategies (often segment specific) on matters of significance. Exercise independent judgment and decision making on complex issues regarding job duties and related tasks, and work under minimal supervision. Use independent judgment requiring analysis of variable factors and determining the best course of action. Focus on data privacy and security law and compliance. It will involve providing legal counsel to a wide range of groups across Humana that touch on personal data. Provide legal advice on privacy and security incidents including notifications to regulators and individuals. Engage with privacy regulators as may be required. Review and negotiate privacy and data protection terms with clients and vendors, including Business Associate Agreements and GDPR addendums. Provide counsel on a wide variety of data privacy matters, including government requirements, industry and client requirements, and best practices. Act as subject matter expert for privacy laws and regulations, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), the CAN-SPAM Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and various State privacy regulations. Collaborate with Legal, HR, Procurement, and other senior leaders on privacy-related matters.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and Bar admission. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in a cybersecurity and/or privacy role. Should have ability to communicate and discuss technical concepts at many levels, from IT professionals to those without a background in technology. Must have data protection / privacy / cyber liability experience. Significant experience managing large, high profile information incidents and security breaches is required. Experience interacting with state regulators, federal regulators, clients and customers with respect to information incidents, audits or other privacy or information protection related inquiries is essential.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Litigation Attorney (Workers Compensation)

Warren NJ Litigation Attorney (Workers Compensation) Duties: Handles highly complex or specialized workers compensation and lien matters from pleadings through trial driving for superior results. Manages the preparation and implementation of the litigation strategy, and prepares/directs the preparation of all necessary materials i.e., briefs, motions, discovery, depositions, experts, etc. Advises whether a case should be tried or settled and actively drives case to resolution with an appropriate sense of urgency. Handles high complexity or exposure workers compensation matters as first chair in court as necessary. Tries all aspects of cases including court appearances, trial preparation, motions, discovery and negotiations. May provide trial coaching/oversight/ assistance to other attorneys. Defense of Asbestos matters. Communicates regularly and concisely with clients, claim professionals, leadership and others to ensure appropriate level of understanding and documentation exists for effective case management. Conducts legal research and analysis of facts and information to provide counsel and guidance on legal questions or issues. Prepares opinions or position papers on various legal issues and interpretation of legal issues/provisions. Counsels client/management/claim professionals to avoid legally unsound decisions or plans and when changes in the law occur. Collaboratively works with clients, claim professionals, underwriting, risk control and other 3rd parties while resolving legal issues. Works independently in resolving legal cases with minimal supervision. Responds to government regulatory agencies as needed.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree with JD Degree, and admission to the Bar. 10+ years of experience in claims and/or law firm with a progressively increasing level of responsibility. Requires trial and/or litigation experience. Requires a proven track record of results. May require specific technical/functional area legal experience. Advanced knowledge of workers compensation law as well as legal theories, principles, practices and procedures of litigation management within an insurance organization. Ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve desired results. Excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation and presentation skills. Strong negotiation, consultative and facilitation skills with the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners, Ability to exercise independent judgment, and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. Excellent analytical and problem solving skills, and skill in managing ambiguous situations and issues. Proven ability to take a proactive long-term view of business goals and objectives in order to achieve strategic business results. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software i.e. Adobe, West Law, TeamConnect or other case management software. Value driven to provide superior solutions to internal and/or external clients. Acts with a sense of urgency to advance priorities of the client/organization. Helps self and others to excel through collaboration and building strong relationships. Thinks creatively and uses diverse ideas to solve problems. Raises expectations of self and others by continuously learning and broadening industry and technical skills.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Vice President, Regulatory Compliance Counsel

Marlton NJ Vice President, Regulatory Compliance Counsel Duties: Assist in the drafting and implementation of the companys compliance policies and procedures for the Residential Servicing Department. Provide day-to-day compliance support to the Residential Servicing Department staff and the management team. Coordinate activities to/from the Legal Department and the Residential Servicing Department. Contribute to the regulatory change management duties of the Legal/Regulatory Compliance Department by identifying new and revised laws and regulations that impact the company and the operational changes needed in the business lines. Respond to loan-level management compliance questions and assist the servicing management team. Provide subject matter expertise to assist in prompt correction of compliance deficiencies that are identified by any internal review or external audit. Maintain competence in consumer protection laws and regulations governing residential mortgage servicing activities, including TILA, RESPA, FDCPA, ECOA, FCRA and other applicable laws and regulations under the jurisdiction of the BCFP, prudential federal regulators and their state counterparts. Assist in the review and redlining of the Sevicing Departments processes, procedures and job aides. Monitor emerging compliance issues and assist in assessing the potential exposure of Freedom Mortgage. Support federal and state regulatory examinations and required responses. Provide additional support to the Residential Servicing Department as directed by the Chief Compliance Officer.

Qualifications: JD Degree Required. 12+ years experience as residential mortgage servicing regulatory counsel is required.
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Benefits Attorney
In-House,The Air Line Pilots Association, International
Location : Tysons Corner Virginia United States

The Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA), the largest airline pilot union in the world (representing over 62,000 pilots at 34 U.S. and Canadian airlines) seeks a Benefits Attorney for our headquarters in Tysons, Virginia.  The Benefits A... + read more

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In-House Counsel
In-House,Confidential
Location : Malibu California United States

We are primarily a legal-employment related company located in Malibu, California with offices around the United States. We have an immediate need for a second attorney to join our legal team. This position involves assisting the company and compa... + read more

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Senior Corporate Counsel, Regulatory
Refer job# UHBZ147488
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Regulatory The candidate will work on vehicle safety, compliance and homologation support, government reporting, and support for service and engineering. Will provide strategic policy and business development advice and counsel pertaining to Company business and products through existing and new regulatory regimes. Duties will include traditional functions such as monitoring, advice and counsel regarding new product development, general regulatory support, as well as strategic advising on policy development and advocacy associated with regulations affecting the automotive industry, including autonomous vehicles. Will ensure compliance with applicable rules, regulations, and statutory requirements including U.S. Department of Transportation and Environmental Protection Agency regulations. Will also assist in development of these laws and regulations with those agencies and other policy makers. The role includes a combination of law, policy, and advocacy. Responsibilities:Work on governmental regulatory investigations and other government inquiries - including NHTSA, EU, and comparable work in other regions. Work on government interactions and reporting obligations - TREAD, recall reporting, compliance reporting for new products, FOIA. Support Service on regulatory-related programs. Support and Counsel homologation, engineering, and Autopilot departments in the development of new vehicles and features. Provide proactive advice and counsel on affecting new laws and regulations applicable to the automotive industry with a focus on leveraging those laws and regulations to support and promote battery electric vehicles, autonomous vehicles and connected vehicles. Reduce risk associated with non-compliance with existing laws and regulations. Advise on compliance with various worldwide rules related to the auto industry. Lead investigations of suspected or alleged breaches of law or policy in the regulatory arena. Participate in meetings of various compliance related matters and safety reviews. Manage outside counsel, lobbyists and in-house resources in connection with the foregoing. Formulate and influence forward looking policy regarding battery electric vehicles. Draft, review and negotiate legal documents. Protect Company from regulatory risk through compliance and risk management. Make final decisions on complex legal problems and determine when a legal matter requires consultation or coordination with government offices, agencies or departments, or commercial organization. JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school is required. Should be a Member of the California bar (or able to obtain California in-house registration). Should have 6-10 years of experience in regulatory, government relations, and/or product liability. Ability to absorb and synthesize wide variety of laws and regulations. Ability to exercise business and legal judgment with strong problem-solving, research, and project management skills and work closely with business. Preferably, experience working for an automaker, auto supplier, government safety agency, or law firm supporting same is required. Preferably, having an engineering or technical background, and/or significant transportation or vehicle experience is required.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OBSI147489
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate should be focused on providing high quality legal support to our business partners in our Sales department, with secondary support for vendor procurement, all the while working closely with Sales, Finance, and other teams. Strong candidates are solutions-driven and independent, with direct experience in drafting and negotiating both customer and vendor agreements. The successful candidate must work well in a high-energy environment, become an enthusiastic part of a collaborative team, and care for the company and its people. Negotiate, draft and interpret contracts, assisting management in the negotiation of terms, minimizing risk, and protecting the company's interests; Ensure compliance with relevant legislation, regulations, and ethical standards that affect business activities; Respond promptly and effectively to legal requests from sales, supply chain, business development, marketing, finance and other internal clients, and advise on recommended courses of action and legal risks; Deal with complex matters with multiple stakeholders; Help to identify and brief management on potential and actual legal exposures, and take appropriate proactive and remedial measures; Handle special projects as requested, including those assigned bys General Counsel. Must be a lawyer qualified to practice in at least one U.S. state, preferably California, and have a JD degree from an ABA accredited law school; 3-5 years of experience in-house, or can have a mix of in-house and law firm experience. Will consider motivated and well qualified candidates with fewer years of experience; Exposure to technology, Silicon Valley tech companies, cybersecurity and sales environments is advantageous; Must have a service-oriented mindset as part of a G&A function within the company; Superior language, written and verbal communication skills required.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Dispute Resolution
Refer job# JWTT147490
 
Corporate Counsel - Dispute Resolution The candidate will be responsible for: Investigating and evaluating factual circumstances at issue in disputes, engaging in early case assessment, and achieving resolution of disputes prior to litigation when appropriate; Providing litigation risk assessments, including advising clients on estimated costs of litigation, possibilities of success, scope and nature of risks, valuation of various potential outcomes, and alternative solutions available, including potential dispute resolution and settlement options; Providing clients with legal assistance and advice regarding disputes and matters in litigation; Supporting all aspects of company policies and practices as they relate to litigation, arbitration, and otherwise; Supporting all aspects of company policies and practices concerning electronic discovery and document review, production, and retention; Managing dispute resolution and litigation prior to engagement of outside counsel; Managing outside counsel, vendors, and consultants to support litigation matters including, ideally, experience with managing experts and their testimony; Overseeing and participating with outside counsel in developing strategy, drafting and editing pleadings, briefs, and memos, engaging in discovery and factual investigation, and supporting depositions, hearings, and trials, as appropriate; Providing oversight and guidance to Litigation Groups Paralegal Team in discovery management, and in responses to claim letters and third-party subpoenas and service of process issues; In conjunction with Finance Partner and outside counsel, vendors, and consultants, develop and manage matter budgets, including case and matter budgeting and monthly fees and costs accrual processes; Managing outside counsel relationships, including budgeting, staffing, case management, and conflict waiver requests; Traveling, as appropriate, domestically and internationally, to attend relevant court hearings, trials, and arbitration proceedings; Working on various commercial matters, franchise tender disputes, and matters concerning the Americans with Disabilities Act; Performing other duties as appropriate. Must have excellent academic records with a law degree from a top law school. Should have Active Bar Membership to the bar of any state. Must have 5+ years of litigation experience in a law firm or corporate law department of national reputation, with a focus on commercial litigation, including trial/arbitration hearing experience, preferably with some insurance defense experience and/or franchise experience, and a business-oriented approach to practicing law. Should have Litigation process experience, expertise concerning electronic discovery, knowledge of and experience with e-mail systems/network methodologies/back-up solutions, including experience with record management and preservation. Must have outstanding analytical, writing, and oral presentation skills.
 
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Counsel Corporate Governance, M&a And Securities
Refer job# UIKW147492
 
Counsel Corporate Governance, M&A and Securities The candidate will be the subject matter expert in matters related to corporate governance, securities, and mergers and acquisitions matters. Will possess the utmost attention to detail and the ability to establish effective working relationships with senior leaders in tax, accounting, human resources, and various business units across the company. Providing legal advice and counsel with respect to securities laws and all public company disclosure matters, including drafting and reviewing filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (e.g. 34 Act reports, Section 16 compliance, registration statements, proxy statement, etc.). Providing legal advice and counsel with respect to insider trading laws and the companys insider trading policy. Providing legal advice and counsel with respect to public company corporate governance matters, compliance with stock exchange listing requirements (including NASDAQ), and ensuring accuracy and compliance with applicable laws. Drafting and negotiating mergers and acquisition documents, and all ancillary documents related thereto required for closing. Advising on Human Resources matters, including compensation and benefits packages. Monitoring legal developments in assigned area that could impact the company. Supporting board of directors and board committee meetings, as needed. Overseeing and managing outside counsel and staff, as required. Additional responsibilities and job duties as assigned are required. Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and a member in good standing of at least one state Bar. Must have 7 years experience representing public and/or private companies in mergers and acquisitions and public company filing requirements, having assumed leadership roles on complex transactions and related corporate matters. Law firm experience preferred. Strong entrepreneurial spirit with ability to develop appropriate processes to manage growth. High energy level and demonstrated ability to coach and guide multiple objectives and initiatives simultaneously are required. Hands on approach and high level of attention to operational execution are required. Excellent communication skills with the proven ability to convey legal advice clearly and effectively are required. Ability to juggle multiple projects in fast paced, high pressure and rapidly changing environments are required. Excellent legal, business and practical judgment with strong problem-solving skills. Strong understanding of regulatory compliance as it relates to corporate governance and risk management.
 
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Assistant General Counsel ICG Litigation
Refer job# MLVU147470
 
Assistant General Counsel ICG Litigation Duties: Supports all ICG businesses, including corporate and investment banking, markets and securities services, trade and treasury services, the Private Bank, and other broker-dealer businesses, in connection with a broad range of litigations, arbitrations, related regulatory inquiries, investigations, complex subpoenas and investor claims. Specific responsibilities include defending and managing complex cases, providing strategic input and direction, preparing witnesses for testimony, reviewing court submissions, attending mediations, working with joint defense groups and assisting in trial/arbitration preparations. Significant interaction with business line managers and professionals in the control functions through regular presentations of defense plans and case updates. In addition, advising businesses and other functions on litigation prevention strategies and assisting in the implementation of enhanced processes and procedures is a key component of the role. The litigation docket includes cases in federal and state courts in New York and other jurisdictions relating to antitrust, securities fraud, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty and other claims. The Group also handles internal investigations, especially in connection with ethics complaints, whistleblower escalations or potential policy violations. Will both independently handle matters as well as supervise external counsel, including supervising external legal spend and maintaining budgets. Team members work closely with colleagues in other regions around the globe on cross-border and cross-affiliate issues that require collaboration and coordination.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent and Requisite Bar Admission. 7+ years of professional experience in complex litigation proceedings. Significant experience at a major law firm or in-house position at a financial services company. It would be a plus for the candidate to have previous exposure to capital markets, institutional sales and trading, derivatives and/or commercial and investment banking matters. Desirable: Highest standards of integrity. Collaborative work habits, including acting in the interests of a common cause. A proactive, energetic and pragmatic approach to business and legal issues. Excellent communication skills including the ability to explain technical matters to non-lawyers. Active listening skills. The ability to successfully work with clients located in different locations (both within the US and around the world). A problem-solving, commercial orientation and a can do attitude, with a presence that commands respect.
 
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Senior Counsel - Data Privacy, Hipaa
Refer job# UUPE147471
 
Senior Counsel - Data Privacy, HIPAA The candidate provides a full range of legal advice and services. Works on problems of diverse scope and complexity ranging from moderate to substantial. Typically a Legal generalist or provides counsel in a combination of disciplines. Advises executives to develop functional strategies (often segment specific) on matters of significance. Exercises independent judgment and decision making on complex issues regarding job duties and related tasks, and works under minimal supervision, Uses independent judgment requiring analysis of variable factors and determining the best course of action. Will focus on data privacy and security law and compliance. It will involve providing legal counsel to a wide range of groups across company that touch on personal data. Provide legal advice on privacy and security incidents including notifications to regulators and individuals. Engage with privacy regulators as may be required. Review and negotiate privacy and data protection terms with clients and vendors, including Business Associate Agreements and GDPR addendums. Provide counsel on a wide variety of data privacy matters, including government requirements, industry and client requirements, and best practices. Act as subject matter expert for privacy laws and regulations, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), the CAN-SPAM Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and various State privacy regulations. Collaborate with Legal, HR, Procurement, and other senior leaders on privacy-related matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor and bar admission. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in a cybersecurity and/or privacy role. Ability to communicate and discuss technical concepts at many levels, from IT professionals to those without a background in technology is required. Must have data protection / privacy / cyber liability experience. Significant experience managing large, high profile information incidents and security breaches is needed. Should have experience interacting with state regulators, federal regulators, clients and customers with respect to information incidents, audits or other privacy or information protection related inquiries. Strong, independent decision-making ability. Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to compile and analyze regulatory and business information, assess risk, and provide resolutions or recommendations for process improvement is required.
 
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Senior Counsel - Data Privacy, Hipaa
Refer job# MCHT147473
 
Senior Counsel - Data Privacy, HIPAA The candidate will provide a full range of legal advice and services. Will work on problems of diverse scope and complexity ranging from moderate to substantial. Provide counsel in a combination of disciplines. Advise executives to develop functional strategies (often segment specific) on matters of significance. Exercise independent judgment and decision making on complex issues regarding job duties and related tasks, and work under minimal supervision. Use independent judgment requiring analysis of variable factors and determining the best course of action. Focus on data privacy and security law and compliance. It will involve providing legal counsel to a wide range of groups across Humana that touch on personal data. Provide legal advice on privacy and security incidents including notifications to regulators and individuals. Engage with privacy regulators as may be required. Review and negotiate privacy and data protection terms with clients and vendors, including Business Associate Agreements and GDPR addendums. Provide counsel on a wide variety of data privacy matters, including government requirements, industry and client requirements, and best practices. Act as subject matter expert for privacy laws and regulations, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), the CAN-SPAM Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and various State privacy regulations. Collaborate with Legal, HR, Procurement, and other senior leaders on privacy-related matters.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and Bar admission. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in a cybersecurity and/or privacy role. Should have ability to communicate and discuss technical concepts at many levels, from IT professionals to those without a background in technology. Must have data protection / privacy / cyber liability experience. Significant experience managing large, high profile information incidents and security breaches is required. Experience interacting with state regulators, federal regulators, clients and customers with respect to information incidents, audits or other privacy or information protection related inquiries is essential.
 
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Senior Counsel - Data Privacy, Hipaa
Refer job# UNPT147474
 
Senior Counsel - Data Privacy, HIPAA The candidate will provide a full range of legal advice and services. Will work on problems of diverse scope and complexity ranging from moderate to substantial. Provide counsel in a combination of disciplines. Advise executives to develop functional strategies (often segment specific) on matters of significance. Exercise independent judgment and decision making on complex issues regarding job duties and related tasks, and work under minimal supervision. Use independent judgment requiring analysis of variable factors and determining the best course of action. Focus on data privacy and security law and compliance. It will involve providing legal counsel to a wide range of groups across Humana that touch on personal data. Provide legal advice on privacy and security incidents including notifications to regulators and individuals. Engage with privacy regulators as may be required. Review and negotiate privacy and data protection terms with clients and vendors, including Business Associate Agreements and GDPR addendums. Provide counsel on a wide variety of data privacy matters, including government requirements, industry and client requirements, and best practices. Act as subject matter expert for privacy laws and regulations, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA), the CAN-SPAM Act, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and various State privacy regulations. Collaborate with Legal, HR, Procurement, and other senior leaders on privacy-related matters.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and Bar admission. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in a cybersecurity and/or privacy role. Should have ability to communicate and discuss technical concepts at many levels, from IT professionals to those without a background in technology. Must have data protection / privacy / cyber liability experience. Significant experience managing large, high profile information incidents and security breaches is required. Experience interacting with state regulators, federal regulators, clients and customers with respect to information incidents, audits or other privacy or information protection related inquiries is essential.
 
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Litigation Attorney (Workers Compensation)
Refer job# EFLK147475
 
Litigation Attorney (Workers Compensation) Duties: Handles highly complex or specialized workers compensation and lien matters from pleadings through trial driving for superior results. Manages the preparation and implementation of the litigation strategy, and prepares/directs the preparation of all necessary materials i.e., briefs, motions, discovery, depositions, experts, etc. Advises whether a case should be tried or settled and actively drives case to resolution with an appropriate sense of urgency. Handles high complexity or exposure workers compensation matters as first chair in court as necessary. Tries all aspects of cases including court appearances, trial preparation, motions, discovery and negotiations. May provide trial coaching/oversight/ assistance to other attorneys. Defense of Asbestos matters. Communicates regularly and concisely with clients, claim professionals, leadership and others to ensure appropriate level of understanding and documentation exists for effective case management. Conducts legal research and analysis of facts and information to provide counsel and guidance on legal questions or issues. Prepares opinions or position papers on various legal issues and interpretation of legal issues/provisions. Counsels client/management/claim professionals to avoid legally unsound decisions or plans and when changes in the law occur. Collaboratively works with clients, claim professionals, underwriting, risk control and other 3rd parties while resolving legal issues. Works independently in resolving legal cases with minimal supervision. Responds to government regulatory agencies as needed.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree with JD Degree, and admission to the Bar. 10+ years of experience in claims and/or law firm with a progressively increasing level of responsibility. Requires trial and/or litigation experience. Requires a proven track record of results. May require specific technical/functional area legal experience. Advanced knowledge of workers compensation law as well as legal theories, principles, practices and procedures of litigation management within an insurance organization. Ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve desired results. Excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation and presentation skills. Strong negotiation, consultative and facilitation skills with the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners, Ability to exercise independent judgment, and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. Excellent analytical and problem solving skills, and skill in managing ambiguous situations and issues. Proven ability to take a proactive long-term view of business goals and objectives in order to achieve strategic business results. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software i.e. Adobe, West Law, TeamConnect or other case management software. Value driven to provide superior solutions to internal and/or external clients. Acts with a sense of urgency to advance priorities of the client/organization. Helps self and others to excel through collaboration and building strong relationships. Thinks creatively and uses diverse ideas to solve problems. Raises expectations of self and others by continuously learning and broadening industry and technical skills.
 
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Vice President, Regulatory Compliance Counsel
Refer job# TXFI147476
 
Vice President, Regulatory Compliance Counsel Duties: Assist in the drafting and implementation of the companys compliance policies and procedures for the Residential Servicing Department. Provide day-to-day compliance support to the Residential Servicing Department staff and the management team. Coordinate activities to/from the Legal Department and the Residential Servicing Department. Contribute to the regulatory change management duties of the Legal/Regulatory Compliance Department by identifying new and revised laws and regulations that impact the company and the operational changes needed in the business lines. Respond to loan-level management compliance questions and assist the servicing management team. Provide subject matter expertise to assist in prompt correction of compliance deficiencies that are identified by any internal review or external audit. Maintain competence in consumer protection laws and regulations governing residential mortgage servicing activities, including TILA, RESPA, FDCPA, ECOA, FCRA and other applicable laws and regulations under the jurisdiction of the BCFP, prudential federal regulators and their state counterparts. Assist in the review and redlining of the Sevicing Departments processes, procedures and job aides. Monitor emerging compliance issues and assist in assessing the potential exposure of Freedom Mortgage. Support federal and state regulatory examinations and required responses. Provide additional support to the Residential Servicing Department as directed by the Chief Compliance Officer.

Qualifications: JD Degree Required. 12+ years experience as residential mortgage servicing regulatory counsel is required.
 
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