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Corporate Counsel - Technology

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel - Technology The candidate will provide legal counsel, support, and representation to the Company in technology-related legal areas. This role operates within a small team of three lawyers and a paralegal, supporting the Companys global technology function, including information security. Coordination with procurement, finance, and privacy functions is regularly required. The role is primarily transactional, with heavy emphasis on complex transactions with vendors to deploy state-of-the-art technology services at the firm-branded hotels globally. Draft, negotiate, and review/modify legal documents to meet Company standards/objectives. Develop legal solutions and alternatives to execute the Companys plans. Counsel management on the legal aspects of business issues in a manner that protects the Companys best interests and actively guide management in evaluating legal impact and risks and explore alternative solutions that will minimize legal risk, optimize the Companys returns, and integrate the various individual department needs to maximize the Companys overall benefit. Manage outside counsel and other external resources as appropriate to ensure the Company is represented in a cost efficient and effective manner. Develop strategic direction and alternatives on legal matters. Provide status reports on pending legal matters, advice in course of action for department/division legal issues. Direct and oversee internal and external team members to ensure performance is measured and communicated, administrative matters are completed timely, internal and external budgets are developed, monitored and met, and profit and loss statements and other tracking tools are reviewed and used to measure performance on an ongoing basis. Develop and maintain a good working relationship in all client areas. Represent management in dealings with external parties in a manner that balances business goals while providing appropriate legal protection and alternative solutions to achieve company objectives. Coordinate and work with other areas of Legal Department on related matters to ensure efficient resolution of issues. Train and educate employees on germane legal matters as preventive legal measures. Keep current on legal developments in all substantive technology-related areas; and identify, review, understand and, as appropriate, modify internal contract templates, processes, systems and documents relevant to client areas.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and a Juris Doctor degree. Must be a member of the State Bar in good standing (or a member of another States Bar with the ability to become a member of the Bar). 4-10 years of experience in the practice of law, with first-hand experience in diverse technology-related transactions and other projects is highly regarded. Should have experience in cyber security, international, and/or payment systems matters. Must have demonstrated ability in drafting and negotiating a variety of legal contracts and documents, including technology-related software, hardware, systems, SaaS, and similar agreements. Demonstrated analytical, research, and presentation skills are necessary. Effective verbal and written communication skills are preferable.
Legal 4 - 10 Full-time 2019-11-22

Senior Tax Counsel/Consultant

Houston TX Senior Tax Counsel/Consultant The candidate will have primary responsibility for leading tax research and planning projects on U.S. domestic and U.S. outbound international tax issues. Will monitor potential tax legislation, analyze and collaborate with others to determine the impact to firm's, and support firm'ss tax policy and advocacy efforts. Have significant work with senior tax management, tax compliance groups, and other tax planners. In addition, responsible for understanding the tax accounting impact on planning transactions and working closely with firm's tax accounting team to ensure that planning is reflected accurately from a tax accounting perspective. Tax structuring advice and support for strategic asset acquisitions, dispositions and reorganizations across all business segments. Tax research and planning for corporate restructurings and other general cross border and corporate matters. Engaging in tax policy and advocacy efforts. Develop strong working relationships with tax compliance groups and other tax planners; providing U.S. tax technical support as needed. Assist on outbound International Taxes; Tax Policy and Advocacy; Tax Accounting; Federal Domestic Taxes. Become established in partnering with other planners to provide tax technical support for restructurings and strategic acquisitions and dispositions. Develop trust by Tax Management to use proper judgment to provide updates and raise issues for Tax Management to address.

The candidate must be legally authorized to work in the United States as a U.S. citizen or national, or an alien admitted as permanent resident, refugee or asylee. Must have 10+ years of applicable tax experience. Should have 7+ years of experience in a Fortune 100 multi-national, national accounting or law firm. Must have 7+ years of combined U.S. outbound international and U.S. domestic tax issues. Should preferably have Master of Taxation and CPA or Juris Doctorate. Big Four or law firm experience is preferred. Accounting background is plus. Tax accounting experience is plus.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-22

Senior Director, Tax Counsel

Beaverton OR Senior Director, Tax Counsel The candidate will be responsible to develop tax risk management strategy and provides vision and direction to the federal tax audit, tax planning, tax appeals, credits and incentives, and tax compliance teams to minimize the overall tax liability. Directs and develops the overall strategy for the state and local tax audit defense process within the organization with respect to state income taxes, state gross receipt taxes, state capital taxes, state franchise taxes and state and local miscellaneous taxes. Support global tax controversy matters, including State Aid investigation and local country audits through maintenance of a Global Controversy Play Book. Provides strategic support to the Indirect Tax team in the areas of sales and use tax and property tax controversy. Works collaboratively with Business Development, providing tax support to transactions. Advises senior management on tax planning strategy and in the formulation of company policies and procedures pertaining to tax legislation and regulation. Directs and approves the flow of information to government auditors from audit team members. Maintains the relationships with government auditors to control the scope and direction of the audit. Handles the closing process of the audit from the preliminary audit liability to the final audit assessment, closing agreement, settlement agreement, appeals ruling and/or court order. Leads external advisors. Work collaboratively with our Government and Public Affairs counterparts, Legal, and other internal teams to ensure alignment between business priorities and public policy goals. Tracks and monitors legislative activities, assess and communicate potential government activities to internal stakeholders, and develop mitigation or enhancement strategies and positions.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate. CPA is Preferred. At least 12 years of experience with interpreting federal, state income and sales/use tax laws, regulations, technical documents and case law and applying same to a complex business model is necessary. Experience with directing the audit defense process, aligning business and tax strategy is essential. In-depth knowledge of complex tax laws and regulations and audit procedures is required. Experience with filing protests, appeals and lawsuits is must. Experience with negotiation and execution of settlement agreements is mandatory.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-22

Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Corporate And Investment Bank, Custody & Fund Services - Vp

Chicago IL Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Corporate and Investment Bank, Custody & Fund Services - VP Duties: Providing legal guidance and expertise to the Custody & Fund Services business teams including general advice and negotiation and drafting of transaction documentation and contracts. Providing legal guidance and support to other segment teams as needed. Providing legal support to the Collateral Management, Trust, Custody and Fund Services product teams. Working with the business and industry groups to assess and implement new regulatory requirements. Reviewing regulatory disclosures and marketing materials. Assessing legal risk, advising on such risk and reviewing policies and procedures and process changes to mitigate risk. Participating in business and functional teams and committees to provide legal expertise as needed. Participating in industry advocacy groups and legislative lobbying efforts as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. 5-7 years experience with a major law firm (or equivalent in-house experience). Background in providing legal services to operationally intensive businesses is preferred. Ability to understand the business needs and partner with the business and controls partners to create solutions; Strong organizational and project management skills; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Pragmatic with excellent business sense; Strong understanding of the interplay between legal and business risk; Ability to interact effectively with clients; Strong negotiation skills; Strong drafting skills; Ability to think outside the box and focus on key points; and Ability to work independently, manage complex projects and multitask successfully in fast-paced and complex business environment.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2019-11-21

Corporate Risk & Compliance Counsel

West Allis WI Corporate Risk & Compliance Counsel The candidate will report to the Managing Counsel and be expected to provide legal guidance to the business at all levels of the organization. Responsibilities will be varied and are expected to include insurance program management, claims management, support to the finance and accounting team in regard to Letters of Credit and Bonds management, regulatory compliance, permit, and licensing processes and procedures, drafting and implementing corporate policies and procedures, and training employees. Should have JD degree with superior academic credentials. Should have 2 years in-house law department experience. Working knowledge of insurance policy terms and coverages, loss prevention and claims management process. Strong fundamentals in finance and a technical ability to understand insurance policies. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to function as an effective member of the legal department to support risk management, compliance, and contract efforts. Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain productive working relationships across organizational boundaries to elicit information, credibly advise, and effectively influence. Demeanor that reflects personal integrity, initiative, flexibility, responsiveness, and confidentiality in all areas of responsibility. Demonstrated ability to focus on details while maintaining the broader overall perspective. Demonstrated problem solving and decision making skills. Ability to multi-task and change from one task to another without loss of efficiency or composure. Business judgment and ability to assess legal risk while also providing practical advice. Member in good standing of the Wisconsin or other state bar. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-21

Legal - Assistant General Counsel, Commercial Banking Shared Services - Vp

Plano TX Legal - Assistant General Counsel, Commercial Banking Shared Services - VP Responsibilities: Providing immediate day to day legal advice to senior leaders within the Legal department and internal client teams. Counseling loan operations staff at all levels on interpreting loan documentation, booking and servicing of loans, and reviewing related forms, policies, procedures and job aids. Analyzing laws/regulations and developments to evaluate impact on various business units. Collaborating with business, risk, compliance and controls partners to issue spot and identify and escalate risks (legal, reputational or otherwise) and implement policy, process and procedural changes to comply with bank policy and changing laws/regulations. Participating on cross-line of business projects on a variety of subjects. Acting as subject matter expert on certain laws and regulations. Coordinating appropriate legal training for internal client teams. Collaborating and coordinating with the legal contacts for various business units across the firmwide legal team to drive consistency and collaboration.

Qualifications: JD Degree with 5+ years of relevant legal experience in commercial or real estate lending transactions at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank, regulator or other financial services company is strongly preferred. JD or educational equivalent required. Must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including those of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. The strategic vision to anticipate legal issues in different businesses. The ability to lead and drive teams to institute change and collaboration across a variety of functional areas. The ability to prioritize work, manage a large number of issues at one time, and interact with senior management. Knowledge of financial services laws and regulations is a plus. Excellent research, writing and oral communication skills, with demonstrated ability to listen and drive results in a team setting. Effective and efficient problem solver; strong organizational skills. Self-starter; ability to deliver high-quality results under tight deadlines. Strong interpersonal skills with ability to interact effectively with clients and colleagues. Demonstrated problem solving and project management skills. All candidates for roles in the Legal department must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-21

Manager & Counsel, Us Privacy & Data Use

New York City NY Manager & Counsel, US Privacy & Data Use The candidate will involve interfacing with colleagues globally on legal issues related to privacy and data use, as well as working collaboratively with other stakeholders in a highly matrixed organization. This position will report to a Senior Counsel and it is based in New York. Provide guidance on a variety of US privacy legal issues, including issues related to artificial intelligence; Draft, negotiate, and review contracts or contractual provisions; Coordinate closely with operational teams to review privacy/data legal and policy issues; Perform due diligence on investments and acquisitions and appropriately documenting findings; Track legislative/regulatory developments on U.S. privacy and artificial intelligence (globally). Research privacy legal and factual issues on an as-needed basis. Should have Bachelor's degree and JD with admission to practice law in the United States. Should have 2+ years of relevant privacy experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal environment. Experience advising marketing/business, technology, and operations teams on how to implement nuanced legal and policy requirements. Admission to the New York Bar in good standing or eligibility to do so. CIPP/US (Certified Information Privacy Professional) accreditation. Ability to convey clear advice to clients and provide proactive, creative, and business oriented solutions. Strong interest and/or experience in digital products, emerging technology and artificial intelligence. Strong executive presence, interpersonal skills and ability to influence stakeholders on cross functional teams through collaboration. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-21

Corporate Counsel - Conviva Entities

London KY Corporate Counsel - Conviva Entities The candidate provides a full range of legal advice and services. The Counsel work assignments involve moderately complex to complex issues where the analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. Position will be a member of the Conviva Law Department and its Sourcing and Procurement team, reporting to the General Counsel. We are looking for a candidate with between five and seven years of experience in the following areas: Assisting with the drafting, review, and negotiation of a high volume of vendor contracts, ranging from routine to complex transactional matters in operations, professional services, pharmaceutical, and IT. Providing collaborative deal support for procurement transactions, advising procurement clients, and supporting cross-functional teams in negotiations. Advising the procurement team in day-to-day support of vendor matters and inquiries. Delivering effective legal counsel to internal stakeholders in a timely, positive, and constructive manner. Enforcing processes relating to procurement contracts and ensuring compliance with corporate policies. Knowledge of Healthcare laws and regulations to include, but not limited to HIPAA, Privacy, Risk, and Compliance. Experience drafting and negotiating vendor agreements and key contractual terms. Review and negotiation of Master Business Agreements, General Services Agreements, SAAS and other IT related, and assist Compliance with BAA and compliance language. Ability to translate business needs into contractual language, and effectively communicate legal analysis to business stakeholders. Creating, maintaining, and updating PO Terms and Conditions, template agreements, schedules, SOWs and exhibits to minimize transactional risks. Must be passionate about contributing to an organization focused on continuously improving consumer experiences. Should have J.D. with strong academic credentials. Required to be admitted to the bar and in good standing in Florida, or admitted to the bar and in good standing in another state and eligible for limited licensure of in-house counsel in Florida. Should have 2+ years of experience as a practicing attorney with a corporate in-house legal department and/or private law firm. Strong interpersonal skills, including an ability to lead through collaboration. Excellent PC skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite programs and an ability to learn contract management software. Should preferably have Master's degree. Experience in health law at a law firm or in-house health care organization. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-21

Project Finance Attorney

New York City NY Project Finance Attorney The candidate will serve as in-house counsel in its Project Finance & Infrastructure credit ratings business. Will focus on various project finance sectors, in particular power, renewables, and infrastructure. Will be responsible for reviewing and analyzing project documents (e.g., PPAs, netback agreements, O&M and construction contracts, concessions), transaction structures, and financing documents, and coordinating with outside counsel as needed. Assist with transactions in our growing fund finance credit ratings businesses. Knowledge of fund financing structures or fund formation documentation a plus. Review project and financing documents and legal opinions for project finance transactions. Familiarity with fund finance and fund formation documents a plus. Coordinate with rating analysts on legal issues relating to project finance transactions. Drafting and editing rating reports and other client deliverables. Attend committees and offer analysis of the potential credit impact of transaction structures and deal documents. Coordinate with outside counsel on document review. Should have 3 years of experience in the following sector: project finance and/or fund finance. Should have strong oral and written communication skills; strong editing skills. Large law firm experience preferred. A J.D. from an accredited law school. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-21

Compliance Counsel

Los Angeles CA Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Assists in the development, implementation, communication, and enforcement of organizational compliance policies and procedures that will deliver outcomes and results that are ethically sound and legally complaint. Assists with the review and monitoring of activities of business units to ensure compliance with established organizational policies, procedures, and legal requirements. Provides research and analysis for a variety of compliance and legal matters and to help ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws. Maintains meticulous compliance files and documentation. Develops and manages various compliance related databases, providing reports as required. Prepares compliance documentation, materials and presentations. Stays current on relevant legal and compliance issues related to function. Performs other duties as required.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or equivalent relevant experience. Junior attorneys may also be considered. 7-9 years of relevant compliance experience in a law firm and/or company legal or compliance department. In-house experience preferred. Experienced in developing and maintaining compliance programs in areas such as anti-bribery/anti-corruption, third-party due diligence, gifts/hospitality/charitable contributions approvals, political compliance, and policies & procedures governance. Experience with other risk and governance areas, and compliance program metrics tracking a plus. Excellent communicator, both verbally and in writing and with colleagues at every level in a diverse, global organization. Keen attention to detail and quality of work product. Bilingual English/Spanish (speaking and writing) preferred. Familiarity in engineering, architecture, consulting, professional services and/or construction fields a plus. Excellent people skills, with an ability to partner with dynamic and diverse leadership teams. Ability to effectively manage interruptions, tenacious, dependable, proactive. Possesses personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and commitment to corporate mission. Diplomatic and with the ability to properly handle confidential information in a discreet manner. Manages complex workload, handling multiple project concurrently with appropriate prioritization. Energized by a fast-moving environment, while also driving toward clarity and solutions; demonstrated resourcefulness. Masterful execution, and project planning/management/documentation skills. Prior experience with launching initiatives and change management strongly desired.
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Corporate Counsel - Technology
Refer job# GWXU147012
 
Corporate Counsel - Technology The candidate will provide legal counsel, support, and representation to the Company in technology-related legal areas. This role operates within a small team of three lawyers and a paralegal, supporting the Companys global technology function, including information security. Coordination with procurement, finance, and privacy functions is regularly required. The role is primarily transactional, with heavy emphasis on complex transactions with vendors to deploy state-of-the-art technology services at the firm-branded hotels globally. Draft, negotiate, and review/modify legal documents to meet Company standards/objectives. Develop legal solutions and alternatives to execute the Companys plans. Counsel management on the legal aspects of business issues in a manner that protects the Companys best interests and actively guide management in evaluating legal impact and risks and explore alternative solutions that will minimize legal risk, optimize the Companys returns, and integrate the various individual department needs to maximize the Companys overall benefit. Manage outside counsel and other external resources as appropriate to ensure the Company is represented in a cost efficient and effective manner. Develop strategic direction and alternatives on legal matters. Provide status reports on pending legal matters, advice in course of action for department/division legal issues. Direct and oversee internal and external team members to ensure performance is measured and communicated, administrative matters are completed timely, internal and external budgets are developed, monitored and met, and profit and loss statements and other tracking tools are reviewed and used to measure performance on an ongoing basis. Develop and maintain a good working relationship in all client areas. Represent management in dealings with external parties in a manner that balances business goals while providing appropriate legal protection and alternative solutions to achieve company objectives. Coordinate and work with other areas of Legal Department on related matters to ensure efficient resolution of issues. Train and educate employees on germane legal matters as preventive legal measures. Keep current on legal developments in all substantive technology-related areas; and identify, review, understand and, as appropriate, modify internal contract templates, processes, systems and documents relevant to client areas.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and a Juris Doctor degree. Must be a member of the State Bar in good standing (or a member of another States Bar with the ability to become a member of the Bar). 4-10 years of experience in the practice of law, with first-hand experience in diverse technology-related transactions and other projects is highly regarded. Should have experience in cyber security, international, and/or payment systems matters. Must have demonstrated ability in drafting and negotiating a variety of legal contracts and documents, including technology-related software, hardware, systems, SaaS, and similar agreements. Demonstrated analytical, research, and presentation skills are necessary. Effective verbal and written communication skills are preferable.
 
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Senior Tax Counsel/Consultant
Refer job# MOXR147013
 
Senior Tax Counsel/Consultant The candidate will have primary responsibility for leading tax research and planning projects on U.S. domestic and U.S. outbound international tax issues. Will monitor potential tax legislation, analyze and collaborate with others to determine the impact to firm's, and support firm'ss tax policy and advocacy efforts. Have significant work with senior tax management, tax compliance groups, and other tax planners. In addition, responsible for understanding the tax accounting impact on planning transactions and working closely with firm's tax accounting team to ensure that planning is reflected accurately from a tax accounting perspective. Tax structuring advice and support for strategic asset acquisitions, dispositions and reorganizations across all business segments. Tax research and planning for corporate restructurings and other general cross border and corporate matters. Engaging in tax policy and advocacy efforts. Develop strong working relationships with tax compliance groups and other tax planners; providing U.S. tax technical support as needed. Assist on outbound International Taxes; Tax Policy and Advocacy; Tax Accounting; Federal Domestic Taxes. Become established in partnering with other planners to provide tax technical support for restructurings and strategic acquisitions and dispositions. Develop trust by Tax Management to use proper judgment to provide updates and raise issues for Tax Management to address.

The candidate must be legally authorized to work in the United States as a U.S. citizen or national, or an alien admitted as permanent resident, refugee or asylee. Must have 10+ years of applicable tax experience. Should have 7+ years of experience in a Fortune 100 multi-national, national accounting or law firm. Must have 7+ years of combined U.S. outbound international and U.S. domestic tax issues. Should preferably have Master of Taxation and CPA or Juris Doctorate. Big Four or law firm experience is preferred. Accounting background is plus. Tax accounting experience is plus.
 
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Senior Director, Tax Counsel
Refer job# XGTE147015
 
Senior Director, Tax Counsel The candidate will be responsible to develop tax risk management strategy and provides vision and direction to the federal tax audit, tax planning, tax appeals, credits and incentives, and tax compliance teams to minimize the overall tax liability. Directs and develops the overall strategy for the state and local tax audit defense process within the organization with respect to state income taxes, state gross receipt taxes, state capital taxes, state franchise taxes and state and local miscellaneous taxes. Support global tax controversy matters, including State Aid investigation and local country audits through maintenance of a Global Controversy Play Book. Provides strategic support to the Indirect Tax team in the areas of sales and use tax and property tax controversy. Works collaboratively with Business Development, providing tax support to transactions. Advises senior management on tax planning strategy and in the formulation of company policies and procedures pertaining to tax legislation and regulation. Directs and approves the flow of information to government auditors from audit team members. Maintains the relationships with government auditors to control the scope and direction of the audit. Handles the closing process of the audit from the preliminary audit liability to the final audit assessment, closing agreement, settlement agreement, appeals ruling and/or court order. Leads external advisors. Work collaboratively with our Government and Public Affairs counterparts, Legal, and other internal teams to ensure alignment between business priorities and public policy goals. Tracks and monitors legislative activities, assess and communicate potential government activities to internal stakeholders, and develop mitigation or enhancement strategies and positions.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate. CPA is Preferred. At least 12 years of experience with interpreting federal, state income and sales/use tax laws, regulations, technical documents and case law and applying same to a complex business model is necessary. Experience with directing the audit defense process, aligning business and tax strategy is essential. In-depth knowledge of complex tax laws and regulations and audit procedures is required. Experience with filing protests, appeals and lawsuits is must. Experience with negotiation and execution of settlement agreements is mandatory.
 
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Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Corporate And Investment Bank, Custody & Fund Services - Vp
Refer job# DVXX146989
 
Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Corporate and Investment Bank, Custody & Fund Services - VP Duties: Providing legal guidance and expertise to the Custody & Fund Services business teams including general advice and negotiation and drafting of transaction documentation and contracts. Providing legal guidance and support to other segment teams as needed. Providing legal support to the Collateral Management, Trust, Custody and Fund Services product teams. Working with the business and industry groups to assess and implement new regulatory requirements. Reviewing regulatory disclosures and marketing materials. Assessing legal risk, advising on such risk and reviewing policies and procedures and process changes to mitigate risk. Participating in business and functional teams and committees to provide legal expertise as needed. Participating in industry advocacy groups and legislative lobbying efforts as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. 5-7 years experience with a major law firm (or equivalent in-house experience). Background in providing legal services to operationally intensive businesses is preferred. Ability to understand the business needs and partner with the business and controls partners to create solutions; Strong organizational and project management skills; Excellent verbal and written communication skills; Pragmatic with excellent business sense; Strong understanding of the interplay between legal and business risk; Ability to interact effectively with clients; Strong negotiation skills; Strong drafting skills; Ability to think outside the box and focus on key points; and Ability to work independently, manage complex projects and multitask successfully in fast-paced and complex business environment.
 
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Corporate Risk & Compliance Counsel
Refer job# ELKW146990
 
Corporate Risk & Compliance Counsel The candidate will report to the Managing Counsel and be expected to provide legal guidance to the business at all levels of the organization. Responsibilities will be varied and are expected to include insurance program management, claims management, support to the finance and accounting team in regard to Letters of Credit and Bonds management, regulatory compliance, permit, and licensing processes and procedures, drafting and implementing corporate policies and procedures, and training employees. Should have JD degree with superior academic credentials. Should have 2 years in-house law department experience. Working knowledge of insurance policy terms and coverages, loss prevention and claims management process. Strong fundamentals in finance and a technical ability to understand insurance policies. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to function as an effective member of the legal department to support risk management, compliance, and contract efforts. Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain productive working relationships across organizational boundaries to elicit information, credibly advise, and effectively influence. Demeanor that reflects personal integrity, initiative, flexibility, responsiveness, and confidentiality in all areas of responsibility. Demonstrated ability to focus on details while maintaining the broader overall perspective. Demonstrated problem solving and decision making skills. Ability to multi-task and change from one task to another without loss of efficiency or composure. Business judgment and ability to assess legal risk while also providing practical advice. Member in good standing of the Wisconsin or other state bar.
 
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Legal - Assistant General Counsel, Commercial Banking Shared Services - Vp
Refer job# TVUP146991
 
Legal - Assistant General Counsel, Commercial Banking Shared Services - VP Responsibilities: Providing immediate day to day legal advice to senior leaders within the Legal department and internal client teams. Counseling loan operations staff at all levels on interpreting loan documentation, booking and servicing of loans, and reviewing related forms, policies, procedures and job aids. Analyzing laws/regulations and developments to evaluate impact on various business units. Collaborating with business, risk, compliance and controls partners to issue spot and identify and escalate risks (legal, reputational or otherwise) and implement policy, process and procedural changes to comply with bank policy and changing laws/regulations. Participating on cross-line of business projects on a variety of subjects. Acting as subject matter expert on certain laws and regulations. Coordinating appropriate legal training for internal client teams. Collaborating and coordinating with the legal contacts for various business units across the firmwide legal team to drive consistency and collaboration.

Qualifications: JD Degree with 5+ years of relevant legal experience in commercial or real estate lending transactions at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank, regulator or other financial services company is strongly preferred. JD or educational equivalent required. Must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including those of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. The strategic vision to anticipate legal issues in different businesses. The ability to lead and drive teams to institute change and collaboration across a variety of functional areas. The ability to prioritize work, manage a large number of issues at one time, and interact with senior management. Knowledge of financial services laws and regulations is a plus. Excellent research, writing and oral communication skills, with demonstrated ability to listen and drive results in a team setting. Effective and efficient problem solver; strong organizational skills. Self-starter; ability to deliver high-quality results under tight deadlines. Strong interpersonal skills with ability to interact effectively with clients and colleagues. Demonstrated problem solving and project management skills. All candidates for roles in the Legal department must successfully complete a conflicts of interest clearance review prior to commencement of employment.
 
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Manager & Counsel, Us Privacy & Data Use
Refer job# XBOQ146992
 
Manager & Counsel, US Privacy & Data Use The candidate will involve interfacing with colleagues globally on legal issues related to privacy and data use, as well as working collaboratively with other stakeholders in a highly matrixed organization. This position will report to a Senior Counsel and it is based in New York. Provide guidance on a variety of US privacy legal issues, including issues related to artificial intelligence; Draft, negotiate, and review contracts or contractual provisions; Coordinate closely with operational teams to review privacy/data legal and policy issues; Perform due diligence on investments and acquisitions and appropriately documenting findings; Track legislative/regulatory developments on U.S. privacy and artificial intelligence (globally). Research privacy legal and factual issues on an as-needed basis. Should have Bachelor's degree and JD with admission to practice law in the United States. Should have 2+ years of relevant privacy experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal environment. Experience advising marketing/business, technology, and operations teams on how to implement nuanced legal and policy requirements. Admission to the New York Bar in good standing or eligibility to do so. CIPP/US (Certified Information Privacy Professional) accreditation. Ability to convey clear advice to clients and provide proactive, creative, and business oriented solutions. Strong interest and/or experience in digital products, emerging technology and artificial intelligence. Strong executive presence, interpersonal skills and ability to influence stakeholders on cross functional teams through collaboration.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Conviva Entities
Refer job# OESF146993
 
Corporate Counsel - Conviva Entities The candidate provides a full range of legal advice and services. The Counsel work assignments involve moderately complex to complex issues where the analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. Position will be a member of the Conviva Law Department and its Sourcing and Procurement team, reporting to the General Counsel. We are looking for a candidate with between five and seven years of experience in the following areas: Assisting with the drafting, review, and negotiation of a high volume of vendor contracts, ranging from routine to complex transactional matters in operations, professional services, pharmaceutical, and IT. Providing collaborative deal support for procurement transactions, advising procurement clients, and supporting cross-functional teams in negotiations. Advising the procurement team in day-to-day support of vendor matters and inquiries. Delivering effective legal counsel to internal stakeholders in a timely, positive, and constructive manner. Enforcing processes relating to procurement contracts and ensuring compliance with corporate policies. Knowledge of Healthcare laws and regulations to include, but not limited to HIPAA, Privacy, Risk, and Compliance. Experience drafting and negotiating vendor agreements and key contractual terms. Review and negotiation of Master Business Agreements, General Services Agreements, SAAS and other IT related, and assist Compliance with BAA and compliance language. Ability to translate business needs into contractual language, and effectively communicate legal analysis to business stakeholders. Creating, maintaining, and updating PO Terms and Conditions, template agreements, schedules, SOWs and exhibits to minimize transactional risks. Must be passionate about contributing to an organization focused on continuously improving consumer experiences. Should have J.D. with strong academic credentials. Required to be admitted to the bar and in good standing in Florida, or admitted to the bar and in good standing in another state and eligible for limited licensure of in-house counsel in Florida. Should have 2+ years of experience as a practicing attorney with a corporate in-house legal department and/or private law firm. Strong interpersonal skills, including an ability to lead through collaboration. Excellent PC skills, including proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite programs and an ability to learn contract management software. Should preferably have Master's degree. Experience in health law at a law firm or in-house health care organization.
 
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Project Finance Attorney
Refer job# PBLO146994
 
Project Finance Attorney The candidate will serve as in-house counsel in its Project Finance & Infrastructure credit ratings business. Will focus on various project finance sectors, in particular power, renewables, and infrastructure. Will be responsible for reviewing and analyzing project documents (e.g., PPAs, netback agreements, O&M and construction contracts, concessions), transaction structures, and financing documents, and coordinating with outside counsel as needed. Assist with transactions in our growing fund finance credit ratings businesses. Knowledge of fund financing structures or fund formation documentation a plus. Review project and financing documents and legal opinions for project finance transactions. Familiarity with fund finance and fund formation documents a plus. Coordinate with rating analysts on legal issues relating to project finance transactions. Drafting and editing rating reports and other client deliverables. Attend committees and offer analysis of the potential credit impact of transaction structures and deal documents. Coordinate with outside counsel on document review. Should have 3 years of experience in the following sector: project finance and/or fund finance. Should have strong oral and written communication skills; strong editing skills. Large law firm experience preferred. A J.D. from an accredited law school.
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# GKNR146995
 
Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Assists in the development, implementation, communication, and enforcement of organizational compliance policies and procedures that will deliver outcomes and results that are ethically sound and legally complaint. Assists with the review and monitoring of activities of business units to ensure compliance with established organizational policies, procedures, and legal requirements. Provides research and analysis for a variety of compliance and legal matters and to help ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws. Maintains meticulous compliance files and documentation. Develops and manages various compliance related databases, providing reports as required. Prepares compliance documentation, materials and presentations. Stays current on relevant legal and compliance issues related to function. Performs other duties as required.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or equivalent relevant experience. Junior attorneys may also be considered. 7-9 years of relevant compliance experience in a law firm and/or company legal or compliance department. In-house experience preferred. Experienced in developing and maintaining compliance programs in areas such as anti-bribery/anti-corruption, third-party due diligence, gifts/hospitality/charitable contributions approvals, political compliance, and policies & procedures governance. Experience with other risk and governance areas, and compliance program metrics tracking a plus. Excellent communicator, both verbally and in writing and with colleagues at every level in a diverse, global organization. Keen attention to detail and quality of work product. Bilingual English/Spanish (speaking and writing) preferred. Familiarity in engineering, architecture, consulting, professional services and/or construction fields a plus. Excellent people skills, with an ability to partner with dynamic and diverse leadership teams. Ability to effectively manage interruptions, tenacious, dependable, proactive. Possesses personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and commitment to corporate mission. Diplomatic and with the ability to properly handle confidential information in a discreet manner. Manages complex workload, handling multiple project concurrently with appropriate prioritization. Energized by a fast-moving environment, while also driving toward clarity and solutions; demonstrated resourcefulness. Masterful execution, and project planning/management/documentation skills. Prior experience with launching initiatives and change management strongly desired.
 
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