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Erisa Compliance Attorney

Falls Church VA ERISA Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for monitoring and communicating ongoing and changing laws affecting health and welfare plans, including ACA, ERISA, the Code, HIPAA, and COBRA. Be responsible for the development and presentation of materials on various health and welfare compliance related issues to internal sales teams, as well as external clients. Establish effective working relationships with internal partners, clients and carriers. Function as part of a national team of Employee Benefit Attorneys to meet the overall objectives for the health and welfare compliance team. Research, read, evaluate and edit articles, alerts and other materials for publication or distribution to internal and external clients. Gather material, perform research, and assist client service team in the formulation of strategy to solve client problems related to ERISA, ACA, the Code, HIPAA and state issues affecting health and welfare plans. Develop and maintain compliance education tools for health and welfare compliance. Create and deliver presentations to internal staff and to external clients and prospects. Monitor and identify legal developments such as relevant statutes, regulations, case law and legal articles affecting employee benefit plans. Maintain and update compliance library resources, including cross checking and validating that information is up-to date.

The candidate should have College degree, Juris Doctor (JD) and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar. 4-8 years of experience in working on compliance issues of employer-sponsored welfare benefits plans is highly regarded. Must have background and thorough understanding of the various laws that impact health and welfare plans including ACA, ERISA, COBRA, HIPAA, FMLA, Internal Revenue Code and insurance laws that affect these programs. Strong research and writing skills and experience with interpreting statutes and regulations are valuable.
Legal 4 - 8 Full-time 2020-04-03

Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel

Plano TX Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the legal matters of Advisory Services. This critical role focuses upon both all legal issues related to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ( Act ), and all legal issues affecting and impacting an investment advisor serving a defined market. Will report to the Chief Legal Officer with assigned duties to the Chief Investment Officer ( CIO ), Advisory Services. Accountabilities: Compliance: Development, design, and implementation of compliance policies and procedures, consistent with law (federal and state-specific) and the Act, in close collaboration with the business team. Identify, monitor, and communicate changes to federal, state, and local laws, and case law for impact to the business team and associated services. Provide solution recommendations when changes in laws or trends affect how the advisory business may be transacted. Investments: Substantial experience with investment advisory services, and the Act. Thorough legal understanding of investments, including fixed income instruments, U.S. government obligations, corporate debt, credit structures, residential mortgage related securities, asset-backed, commercial mortgage-backed securities, and equity instruments. Extensive legal understanding of debt/equity investment ratings, asset valuations, and regulatory requirements applicable to investment portfolios. Capacity and attention to detail in performing and managing due diligence processes. Ability to research, issue-spot, draft, review, and work with outside counsel on issues related to the Act. Transactional: Review, draft, and administer investment management agreements, and other related legal documents in connection with internal as well as external parties. Develop solutions in all phases of transactions, including initial assessments, diligence, negotiation, execution, and integration. Corporate: Corporate governance law including process, policies, and related rules, regulations, and requirements. Ensuring full, proper, and sufficient governance records. General: Stay current on all applicable federal and state laws and regulations by conducting ongoing research and identify and communicate changes as they occur; assess associated legal and business risks and identify risk mitigation options. Prepare and maintain relevant reports, memos, and other records. Identify and problem resolve issues that develop during the course of each acquisition event, transactions, corporate matters, and compliance issues. Communicate regularly with CIO. Qualifications: Admission to a state bar/J. D degree from accredited law school. Finance, economics, or related undergraduate degree, preferred. 5 years of relevant experience with a law firm or corporation. 7 years of legal experience. Proficient in Microsoft Office (incl. Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), Outlook, and Windows Explorer, Internet and web research, and Adobe Acrobat. Proven drafting, strong writing, and analytical skills. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-04-03

Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel

New York City NY Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the legal matters of Advisory Services. This critical role focuses upon both all legal issues related to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ( Act ), and all legal issues affecting and impacting an investment advisor serving a defined market. Will report to the Chief Legal Officer with assigned duties to the Chief Investment Officer ( CIO ), Advisory Services. Accountabilities: Compliance: Development, design, and implementation of compliance policies and procedures, consistent with law (federal and state-specific) and the Act, in close collaboration with the business team. Identify, monitor, and communicate changes to federal, state, and local laws, and case law for impact to the business team and associated services. Provide solution recommendations when changes in laws or trends affect how the advisory business may be transacted. Investments: Substantial experience with investment advisory services, and the Act. Thorough legal understanding of investments, including fixed income instruments, U.S. government obligations, corporate debt, credit structures, residential mortgage related securities, asset-backed, commercial mortgage-backed securities, and equity instruments. Extensive legal understanding of debt/equity investment ratings, asset valuations, and regulatory requirements applicable to investment portfolios. Capacity and attention to detail in performing and managing due diligence processes. Ability to research, issue-spot, draft, review, and work with outside counsel on issues related to the Act. Transactional: Review, draft, and administer investment management agreements, and other related legal documents in connection with internal as well as external parties. Develop solutions in all phases of transactions, including initial assessments, diligence, negotiation, execution, and integration. Corporate: Corporate governance law including process, policies, and related rules, regulations, and requirements. Ensuring full, proper, and sufficient governance records. General: Stay current on all applicable federal and state laws and regulations by conducting ongoing research and identify and communicate changes as they occur; assess associated legal and business risks and identify risk mitigation options. Prepare and maintain relevant reports, memos, and other records. Identify and problem resolve issues that develop during the course of each acquisition event, transactions, corporate matters, and compliance issues. Communicate regularly with CIO. Qualifications: Admission to a state bar/J. D degree from accredited law school. Finance, economics, or related undergraduate degree, preferred. 5 years of relevant experience with a law firm or corporation. 7 years of legal experience. Proficient in Microsoft Office (incl. Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), Outlook, and Windows Explorer, Internet and web research, and Adobe Acrobat. Proven drafting, strong writing, and analytical skills. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-04-03

Trade Compliance Counsel

Saint Louis MO Trade Compliance Counsel Duties: Provide effective legal counsel in import, export and regulatory compliance, including performing regulatory analysis and provide advice on product classification. Build strong and effective relationships with cross-functional teams in order to understand and address business needs related to import/export and other market access requirements. Develop and monitor trade compliance best practices and strategies, including duty savings and free trade optimization activities. Conduct internal risk assessment and supervise customs compliance audits and transaction testing. Assess current compliance-related resources, processes and systems to drive improvement and enhance organization trade compliance and performance. Additionally, a successful candidate will have the following responsibilities: Provide regulatory interpretation and guidance in the following areas: Anti-Boycott/Restrictive Trade Practices, Export Control Classification, Export Licensing, Licensing Exceptions, Trade Compliance Programs, Trade Compliance Training, Export Documentation, Third Party Due Diligence, Restricted Parties, Sanctions and Controlled Activities/Items. Provide management and oversight to NAHCs Trade Compliance Organization throughout the Americas region, including staffing and organizational decisions. Provide periodic reports to leadership on performance measures and business operations to include recommended changes to programs, policies and training. Plan and coordinate import/export activities, including the flow of products to/from foreign destinations, related customer service, brokerage and customs transactions. Proactively collaborate and partner with program managers, internal functions and senior leadership to define licensing requirements and prepare timely export authorization applications as well as proviso reconsiderations in compliance with ITAR and EAR. Track trade compliance against metrics to track success of implemented process solutions. Maintain NAHC and related entities Import and Export Compliance Programs and advise senior leaders of potential violations and recommend corrective action. Maintain knowledge of current import and export regulations and pending legislation; plan and implement internal programs and policies as required to address risks and respond to changes. Implement and enhance processes, policies and technical solutions aligned with the global trade strategy and business objectives, defining requirements, while fostering broader understanding of requirements. Ensure global trade records are maintained in accordance with government document retention requirements. Provide guidance on Automated Export System filings to ensure filings are accurate and errors are resolved. Provide support and quality control oversight of in-house export and import classifications. Conduct periodic reviews and valuation of trade professionals and company awareness training, determining the appropriate training content, objective and design.

Qualifications: JD degree required, Master's Degree in related field preferred. Member in good standing of at least one U.S. state Bar. 7-10 years experience with an in-house legal team and/or large commercial law firm, with experience in regulatory and policy advice in International Trade Compliance. Highly motivated with a strong work ethic and good interpersonal skills. Proven strong management and leadership skills, with strong organization skills, attention to detail, and solid analytical and problem-solving abilities. Experience in management and oversight of people and teams, including staffing and organizational decisions. Must be a U.S person pursuant to Section 120.15 of ITAR. Experience with US Regulators (such as OFAC, State Department, CBP). Experience advising clients on licensing, enforcement actions, internal investigations and audits, export classification, encryption, due diligence in mergers and acquisitions and on the design, implementation, and administration of compliance programs. Experience advising clients on compliance with US export controls, trade and economic sanctions, and anti-boycott controls. Demonstrate understanding of global trade regulations and compliance programs. Capable of interpreting laws and translating them into business practices. Experience with audits, self-assessments, investigations, voluntary disclosures and corrective action process. Knowledge of trade automation software and systems. Experience working in a matrix environment and influencing at multiple levels in the organization. Strong oral and written presentation and communication skills. Knowledge of U.S. Import laws and Programs, including Foreign Trade Zones and C-TPAT. Knowledge of U.S. Export Control Regulations, including ITAR, EAR, and OFAC regulations.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2020-04-03

Assistant General Counsel - Regulatory, Consumer Finance

Charlotte NC Assistant General Counsel - Regulatory, Consumer Finance The candidate will advise on legal and regulatory developments impacting consumer finance, including identifying trends and potential impacts on business activities. Will help ensure adherence to consumer protection laws, including UDAAP, TILA, RESPA, FCRA, ECOA and other applicable laws and regulations. Support business clients by providing legal counsel on lending issues including residential mortgages, small-business, unsecured and auto, as well as insurance, investment advising, and credit counseling. Proactively raise risks associated with various initiatives so that business clients can properly weigh those risks when building new products. Assess laws and regulations, and work with business units to enable the development of business initiatives. Advise on state broker and other licensing requirements. Assist in responding to federal and state inquires. Should have JD degree from ABA-accredited law school. Active state Bar membership is needed. Must have 5+ years of experience in counseling business clients on legal, regulatory and reputational risks with expertise related to consumer finance. Experience in fintech a plus. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-03

Corporate Counsel

Rocky Hill CT Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Provides day-to-day legal counseling for one or more multimillion-dollar business unit(s) or corporate functions, which includes drafting, reviewing and revising a variety of documents. May act as liaison with outside legal firms; may support the company in certain litigation matters; keeps informed on all legislation affecting overall company operations. Protects the organization's rights in contract negotiations, settlements, M&A activities, and litigation; ensures compliance with laws and regulations, including advertising, packaging and product regulatory matters. Advises management on recent changes in laws and regulations that affect the company. Frequently reviews and negotiates supply and purchase contracts which typically involve products regulated by such US government agencies as the FDA, the EPA and the CPSC. Must have JD degree or equivalent from accredited US law school; current state bar license to practice law in CT or other state, with ability to obtain CT authorized house counsel license. Should have 3-5 years experience in corporate law dept. or mix of law firm & in-house in consumer products & chemical industries desired but will consider equivalent experience in comparable/related industries. Must have significant knowledge or expertise in: contracts, advertising/packaging claims, mergers & acquisitions, antitrust, distribution, supply chain, product regulatory (i.a. EPA, CPSC & FDA), tax, & corporate governance. Should have strong analytical and communication skills; excellent client counseling skills. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-04-03

Attorney-intellectual Property

Columbus OH Attorney-Intellectual Property The candidate will interface with organizational partners at all levels in support of domestic and international business initiatives. Partner with internal teams across the brands to review products, names, designs and marketing materials to ensure compliance with trademark and copyright laws. Oversee trademark clearance and offer recommendations to internal business partners on risk mitigation and potential conflicts. Support IP team members with management of a large, global trademark and copyright portfolio including oversight of domestic and international conflict matters. Assist with establishing and implementing global trademark filing and enforcement strategies. Monitor and protect the companys valuable intellectual property by drafting cease and desist letters, investigating infringement, and partnering with internal teams on social media and domain name issues. Review and negotiate sponsorships, marketing agreements, licenses, settlement or coexistence agreements, agency agreements, content development agreements, etc. Assist departmental leader in managing outside counsel and litigation. Support the IP team in educating organizational partners on matters involving intellectual property. Proactively identify emerging issues, mitigate risk, and continuously improve intellectual property processes. Should have Juris Doctor degree in Law and 4 years experience including 3 years experience with trademark and copyright law; 3 years managing a global trademark and copyright portfolio; 3 years experience in drafting cease and desist letters; 3 years of IP litigation and enforcement; 3 years conducting worldwide trademark search/clearance; 3 years of drafting and negotiating commercial and IP agreements. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-03

Corporate Counsel - Adhesive Technologies

Rocky Hill CT Corporate Counsel - Adhesive Technologies The candidate provides day-to-day legal counseling for one or more multimillion-dollar business unit(s) or corporate functions, which includes drafting, reviewing and revising a variety of documents. May act as liaison with outside legal firms; may support the company in certain litigation matters; keeps informed on all legislation affecting overall company operations. Protects the organization's rights in contract negotiations, settlements, M&A activities, and litigation; ensures compliance with laws and regulations, including advertising, packaging and product regulatory matters. Advises management on recent changes in laws and regulations that affect the company. Frequently reviews and negotiates supply and purchase contracts which typically involve products regulated by such US government agencies as the FDA, the EPA and the CPSC. Should have JD or equivalent from accredited US law school; current state bar license to practice law in CT or other state, with ability to obtain CT authorized house counsel license. Must have 3-5 years experience in corporate law dept. or mix of law firm and in-house in consumer products and chemical industries desired but will consider equivalent experience in comparable/related industries. Should have significant knowledge or expertise in: contracts, advertising/packaging claims, mergers & acquisitions, antitrust, distribution, supply chain, product regulatory (i.a. EPA, CPSC & FDA), tax, and corporate governance. Must have strong analytical & communication skills; excellent client counseling skills. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-04-03

Privacy Attorney

Addison TX Privacy Attorney The candidate will be supporting CCPA, GDPR, LGPD, GLBA, Bermuda PIPA and other privacy related activities. Counseling company representatives at multiple locations on privacy compliance. Providing privacy input on high-profile, high-impact business projects and initiatives, including working closely withs Data Protection Officer on cross-company initiatives. Advising on customer, vendor, and employee privacy issues. Managing privacy legal compliance efforts, including drafting and revising data transfer agreements, data protection notices, website privacy policies and related procedures, and reviewing Data Protection Authority filings. Reviewing the implementation of information security tools in terms of privacy legal compliance. Supportings Data Protection Officer in work related to various internal executive groups. Support security and privacy incident response (including evaluating notification requirements). Keep current and maintain subject matter expertise on privacy legal and regulatory developments both in the US and internationally and brief senior business leaders on relevant change. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across. Develop, manage and participate in internal privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure meets its obligations under those programs. Work side-by-side with the legal and business teams to help internal stakeholders meet company goals. Gain exposure to and advise on highly sophisticated legal and business matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate. Licensed attorney in one of the following jurisdictions: Texas, New York, or California. Should have 5 years of experience working in-house at a technology company. Experience working with engineering teams and IT security teams. Experience with incident and data breach response. Experience handling privacy regulatory compliance such as GDPR data privacy impact assessments and data mapping. Exceptional academic and law firm training. CIPP certification preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-03

Privacy Attorney

Houston TX Privacy Attorney The candidate will be supporting CCPA, GDPR, LGPD, GLBA, Bermuda PIPA and other privacy related activities. Counseling company representatives at multiple locations on privacy compliance. Providing privacy input on high-profile, high-impact business projects and initiatives, including working closely withs Data Protection Officer on cross-company initiatives. Advising on customer, vendor, and employee privacy issues. Managing privacy legal compliance efforts, including drafting and revising data transfer agreements, data protection notices, website privacy policies and related procedures, and reviewing Data Protection Authority filings. Reviewing the implementation of information security tools in terms of privacy legal compliance. Supportings Data Protection Officer in work related to various internal executive groups. Support security and privacy incident response (including evaluating notification requirements). Keep current and maintain subject matter expertise on privacy legal and regulatory developments both in the US and internationally and brief senior business leaders on relevant change. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across. Develop, manage and participate in internal privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure meets its obligations under those programs. Work side-by-side with the legal and business teams to help internal stakeholders meet company goals. Gain exposure to and advise on highly sophisticated legal and business matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate. Licensed attorney in one of the following jurisdictions: Texas, New York, or California. Should have 5 years of experience working in-house at a technology company. Experience working with engineering teams and IT security teams. Experience with incident and data breach response. Experience handling privacy regulatory compliance such as GDPR data privacy impact assessments and data mapping. Exceptional academic and law firm training. CIPP certification preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-03
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Erisa Compliance Attorney
Refer job# BGXY149025
 
ERISA Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for monitoring and communicating ongoing and changing laws affecting health and welfare plans, including ACA, ERISA, the Code, HIPAA, and COBRA. Be responsible for the development and presentation of materials on various health and welfare compliance related issues to internal sales teams, as well as external clients. Establish effective working relationships with internal partners, clients and carriers. Function as part of a national team of Employee Benefit Attorneys to meet the overall objectives for the health and welfare compliance team. Research, read, evaluate and edit articles, alerts and other materials for publication or distribution to internal and external clients. Gather material, perform research, and assist client service team in the formulation of strategy to solve client problems related to ERISA, ACA, the Code, HIPAA and state issues affecting health and welfare plans. Develop and maintain compliance education tools for health and welfare compliance. Create and deliver presentations to internal staff and to external clients and prospects. Monitor and identify legal developments such as relevant statutes, regulations, case law and legal articles affecting employee benefit plans. Maintain and update compliance library resources, including cross checking and validating that information is up-to date.

The candidate should have College degree, Juris Doctor (JD) and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar. 4-8 years of experience in working on compliance issues of employer-sponsored welfare benefits plans is highly regarded. Must have background and thorough understanding of the various laws that impact health and welfare plans including ACA, ERISA, COBRA, HIPAA, FMLA, Internal Revenue Code and insurance laws that affect these programs. Strong research and writing skills and experience with interpreting statutes and regulations are valuable.
 
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Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel
Refer job# WBXN149026
 
Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the legal matters of Advisory Services. This critical role focuses upon both all legal issues related to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ( Act ), and all legal issues affecting and impacting an investment advisor serving a defined market. Will report to the Chief Legal Officer with assigned duties to the Chief Investment Officer ( CIO ), Advisory Services. Accountabilities: Compliance: Development, design, and implementation of compliance policies and procedures, consistent with law (federal and state-specific) and the Act, in close collaboration with the business team. Identify, monitor, and communicate changes to federal, state, and local laws, and case law for impact to the business team and associated services. Provide solution recommendations when changes in laws or trends affect how the advisory business may be transacted. Investments: Substantial experience with investment advisory services, and the Act. Thorough legal understanding of investments, including fixed income instruments, U.S. government obligations, corporate debt, credit structures, residential mortgage related securities, asset-backed, commercial mortgage-backed securities, and equity instruments. Extensive legal understanding of debt/equity investment ratings, asset valuations, and regulatory requirements applicable to investment portfolios. Capacity and attention to detail in performing and managing due diligence processes. Ability to research, issue-spot, draft, review, and work with outside counsel on issues related to the Act. Transactional: Review, draft, and administer investment management agreements, and other related legal documents in connection with internal as well as external parties. Develop solutions in all phases of transactions, including initial assessments, diligence, negotiation, execution, and integration. Corporate: Corporate governance law including process, policies, and related rules, regulations, and requirements. Ensuring full, proper, and sufficient governance records. General: Stay current on all applicable federal and state laws and regulations by conducting ongoing research and identify and communicate changes as they occur; assess associated legal and business risks and identify risk mitigation options. Prepare and maintain relevant reports, memos, and other records. Identify and problem resolve issues that develop during the course of each acquisition event, transactions, corporate matters, and compliance issues. Communicate regularly with CIO. Qualifications: Admission to a state bar/J. D degree from accredited law school. Finance, economics, or related undergraduate degree, preferred. 5 years of relevant experience with a law firm or corporation. 7 years of legal experience. Proficient in Microsoft Office (incl. Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), Outlook, and Windows Explorer, Internet and web research, and Adobe Acrobat. Proven drafting, strong writing, and analytical skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel
Refer job# JOLW149027
 
Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the legal matters of Advisory Services. This critical role focuses upon both all legal issues related to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ( Act ), and all legal issues affecting and impacting an investment advisor serving a defined market. Will report to the Chief Legal Officer with assigned duties to the Chief Investment Officer ( CIO ), Advisory Services. Accountabilities: Compliance: Development, design, and implementation of compliance policies and procedures, consistent with law (federal and state-specific) and the Act, in close collaboration with the business team. Identify, monitor, and communicate changes to federal, state, and local laws, and case law for impact to the business team and associated services. Provide solution recommendations when changes in laws or trends affect how the advisory business may be transacted. Investments: Substantial experience with investment advisory services, and the Act. Thorough legal understanding of investments, including fixed income instruments, U.S. government obligations, corporate debt, credit structures, residential mortgage related securities, asset-backed, commercial mortgage-backed securities, and equity instruments. Extensive legal understanding of debt/equity investment ratings, asset valuations, and regulatory requirements applicable to investment portfolios. Capacity and attention to detail in performing and managing due diligence processes. Ability to research, issue-spot, draft, review, and work with outside counsel on issues related to the Act. Transactional: Review, draft, and administer investment management agreements, and other related legal documents in connection with internal as well as external parties. Develop solutions in all phases of transactions, including initial assessments, diligence, negotiation, execution, and integration. Corporate: Corporate governance law including process, policies, and related rules, regulations, and requirements. Ensuring full, proper, and sufficient governance records. General: Stay current on all applicable federal and state laws and regulations by conducting ongoing research and identify and communicate changes as they occur; assess associated legal and business risks and identify risk mitigation options. Prepare and maintain relevant reports, memos, and other records. Identify and problem resolve issues that develop during the course of each acquisition event, transactions, corporate matters, and compliance issues. Communicate regularly with CIO. Qualifications: Admission to a state bar/J. D degree from accredited law school. Finance, economics, or related undergraduate degree, preferred. 5 years of relevant experience with a law firm or corporation. 7 years of legal experience. Proficient in Microsoft Office (incl. Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), Outlook, and Windows Explorer, Internet and web research, and Adobe Acrobat. Proven drafting, strong writing, and analytical skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Trade Compliance Counsel
Refer job# SBNZ149028
 
Trade Compliance Counsel Duties: Provide effective legal counsel in import, export and regulatory compliance, including performing regulatory analysis and provide advice on product classification. Build strong and effective relationships with cross-functional teams in order to understand and address business needs related to import/export and other market access requirements. Develop and monitor trade compliance best practices and strategies, including duty savings and free trade optimization activities. Conduct internal risk assessment and supervise customs compliance audits and transaction testing. Assess current compliance-related resources, processes and systems to drive improvement and enhance organization trade compliance and performance. Additionally, a successful candidate will have the following responsibilities: Provide regulatory interpretation and guidance in the following areas: Anti-Boycott/Restrictive Trade Practices, Export Control Classification, Export Licensing, Licensing Exceptions, Trade Compliance Programs, Trade Compliance Training, Export Documentation, Third Party Due Diligence, Restricted Parties, Sanctions and Controlled Activities/Items. Provide management and oversight to NAHCs Trade Compliance Organization throughout the Americas region, including staffing and organizational decisions. Provide periodic reports to leadership on performance measures and business operations to include recommended changes to programs, policies and training. Plan and coordinate import/export activities, including the flow of products to/from foreign destinations, related customer service, brokerage and customs transactions. Proactively collaborate and partner with program managers, internal functions and senior leadership to define licensing requirements and prepare timely export authorization applications as well as proviso reconsiderations in compliance with ITAR and EAR. Track trade compliance against metrics to track success of implemented process solutions. Maintain NAHC and related entities Import and Export Compliance Programs and advise senior leaders of potential violations and recommend corrective action. Maintain knowledge of current import and export regulations and pending legislation; plan and implement internal programs and policies as required to address risks and respond to changes. Implement and enhance processes, policies and technical solutions aligned with the global trade strategy and business objectives, defining requirements, while fostering broader understanding of requirements. Ensure global trade records are maintained in accordance with government document retention requirements. Provide guidance on Automated Export System filings to ensure filings are accurate and errors are resolved. Provide support and quality control oversight of in-house export and import classifications. Conduct periodic reviews and valuation of trade professionals and company awareness training, determining the appropriate training content, objective and design.

Qualifications: JD degree required, Master's Degree in related field preferred. Member in good standing of at least one U.S. state Bar. 7-10 years experience with an in-house legal team and/or large commercial law firm, with experience in regulatory and policy advice in International Trade Compliance. Highly motivated with a strong work ethic and good interpersonal skills. Proven strong management and leadership skills, with strong organization skills, attention to detail, and solid analytical and problem-solving abilities. Experience in management and oversight of people and teams, including staffing and organizational decisions. Must be a U.S person pursuant to Section 120.15 of ITAR. Experience with US Regulators (such as OFAC, State Department, CBP). Experience advising clients on licensing, enforcement actions, internal investigations and audits, export classification, encryption, due diligence in mergers and acquisitions and on the design, implementation, and administration of compliance programs. Experience advising clients on compliance with US export controls, trade and economic sanctions, and anti-boycott controls. Demonstrate understanding of global trade regulations and compliance programs. Capable of interpreting laws and translating them into business practices. Experience with audits, self-assessments, investigations, voluntary disclosures and corrective action process. Knowledge of trade automation software and systems. Experience working in a matrix environment and influencing at multiple levels in the organization. Strong oral and written presentation and communication skills. Knowledge of U.S. Import laws and Programs, including Foreign Trade Zones and C-TPAT. Knowledge of U.S. Export Control Regulations, including ITAR, EAR, and OFAC regulations.
 
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Assistant General Counsel - Regulatory, Consumer Finance
Refer job# PESJ149029
 
Assistant General Counsel - Regulatory, Consumer Finance The candidate will advise on legal and regulatory developments impacting consumer finance, including identifying trends and potential impacts on business activities. Will help ensure adherence to consumer protection laws, including UDAAP, TILA, RESPA, FCRA, ECOA and other applicable laws and regulations. Support business clients by providing legal counsel on lending issues including residential mortgages, small-business, unsecured and auto, as well as insurance, investment advising, and credit counseling. Proactively raise risks associated with various initiatives so that business clients can properly weigh those risks when building new products. Assess laws and regulations, and work with business units to enable the development of business initiatives. Advise on state broker and other licensing requirements. Assist in responding to federal and state inquires. Should have JD degree from ABA-accredited law school. Active state Bar membership is needed. Must have 5+ years of experience in counseling business clients on legal, regulatory and reputational risks with expertise related to consumer finance. Experience in fintech a plus.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TAUJ149030
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Provides day-to-day legal counseling for one or more multimillion-dollar business unit(s) or corporate functions, which includes drafting, reviewing and revising a variety of documents. May act as liaison with outside legal firms; may support the company in certain litigation matters; keeps informed on all legislation affecting overall company operations. Protects the organization's rights in contract negotiations, settlements, M&A activities, and litigation; ensures compliance with laws and regulations, including advertising, packaging and product regulatory matters. Advises management on recent changes in laws and regulations that affect the company. Frequently reviews and negotiates supply and purchase contracts which typically involve products regulated by such US government agencies as the FDA, the EPA and the CPSC. Must have JD degree or equivalent from accredited US law school; current state bar license to practice law in CT or other state, with ability to obtain CT authorized house counsel license. Should have 3-5 years experience in corporate law dept. or mix of law firm & in-house in consumer products & chemical industries desired but will consider equivalent experience in comparable/related industries. Must have significant knowledge or expertise in: contracts, advertising/packaging claims, mergers & acquisitions, antitrust, distribution, supply chain, product regulatory (i.a. EPA, CPSC & FDA), tax, & corporate governance. Should have strong analytical and communication skills; excellent client counseling skills.
 
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Attorney-intellectual Property
Refer job# PATG149031
 
Attorney-Intellectual Property The candidate will interface with organizational partners at all levels in support of domestic and international business initiatives. Partner with internal teams across the brands to review products, names, designs and marketing materials to ensure compliance with trademark and copyright laws. Oversee trademark clearance and offer recommendations to internal business partners on risk mitigation and potential conflicts. Support IP team members with management of a large, global trademark and copyright portfolio including oversight of domestic and international conflict matters. Assist with establishing and implementing global trademark filing and enforcement strategies. Monitor and protect the companys valuable intellectual property by drafting cease and desist letters, investigating infringement, and partnering with internal teams on social media and domain name issues. Review and negotiate sponsorships, marketing agreements, licenses, settlement or coexistence agreements, agency agreements, content development agreements, etc. Assist departmental leader in managing outside counsel and litigation. Support the IP team in educating organizational partners on matters involving intellectual property. Proactively identify emerging issues, mitigate risk, and continuously improve intellectual property processes. Should have Juris Doctor degree in Law and 4 years experience including 3 years experience with trademark and copyright law; 3 years managing a global trademark and copyright portfolio; 3 years experience in drafting cease and desist letters; 3 years of IP litigation and enforcement; 3 years conducting worldwide trademark search/clearance; 3 years of drafting and negotiating commercial and IP agreements.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Adhesive Technologies
Refer job# KKAM149032
 
Corporate Counsel - Adhesive Technologies The candidate provides day-to-day legal counseling for one or more multimillion-dollar business unit(s) or corporate functions, which includes drafting, reviewing and revising a variety of documents. May act as liaison with outside legal firms; may support the company in certain litigation matters; keeps informed on all legislation affecting overall company operations. Protects the organization's rights in contract negotiations, settlements, M&A activities, and litigation; ensures compliance with laws and regulations, including advertising, packaging and product regulatory matters. Advises management on recent changes in laws and regulations that affect the company. Frequently reviews and negotiates supply and purchase contracts which typically involve products regulated by such US government agencies as the FDA, the EPA and the CPSC. Should have JD or equivalent from accredited US law school; current state bar license to practice law in CT or other state, with ability to obtain CT authorized house counsel license. Must have 3-5 years experience in corporate law dept. or mix of law firm and in-house in consumer products and chemical industries desired but will consider equivalent experience in comparable/related industries. Should have significant knowledge or expertise in: contracts, advertising/packaging claims, mergers & acquisitions, antitrust, distribution, supply chain, product regulatory (i.a. EPA, CPSC & FDA), tax, and corporate governance. Must have strong analytical & communication skills; excellent client counseling skills.
 
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Privacy Attorney
Refer job# RXKN149033
 
Privacy Attorney The candidate will be supporting CCPA, GDPR, LGPD, GLBA, Bermuda PIPA and other privacy related activities. Counseling company representatives at multiple locations on privacy compliance. Providing privacy input on high-profile, high-impact business projects and initiatives, including working closely withs Data Protection Officer on cross-company initiatives. Advising on customer, vendor, and employee privacy issues. Managing privacy legal compliance efforts, including drafting and revising data transfer agreements, data protection notices, website privacy policies and related procedures, and reviewing Data Protection Authority filings. Reviewing the implementation of information security tools in terms of privacy legal compliance. Supportings Data Protection Officer in work related to various internal executive groups. Support security and privacy incident response (including evaluating notification requirements). Keep current and maintain subject matter expertise on privacy legal and regulatory developments both in the US and internationally and brief senior business leaders on relevant change. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across. Develop, manage and participate in internal privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure meets its obligations under those programs. Work side-by-side with the legal and business teams to help internal stakeholders meet company goals. Gain exposure to and advise on highly sophisticated legal and business matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate. Licensed attorney in one of the following jurisdictions: Texas, New York, or California. Should have 5 years of experience working in-house at a technology company. Experience working with engineering teams and IT security teams. Experience with incident and data breach response. Experience handling privacy regulatory compliance such as GDPR data privacy impact assessments and data mapping. Exceptional academic and law firm training. CIPP certification preferred.
 
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Privacy Attorney
Refer job# ZHAI149034
 
Privacy Attorney The candidate will be supporting CCPA, GDPR, LGPD, GLBA, Bermuda PIPA and other privacy related activities. Counseling company representatives at multiple locations on privacy compliance. Providing privacy input on high-profile, high-impact business projects and initiatives, including working closely withs Data Protection Officer on cross-company initiatives. Advising on customer, vendor, and employee privacy issues. Managing privacy legal compliance efforts, including drafting and revising data transfer agreements, data protection notices, website privacy policies and related procedures, and reviewing Data Protection Authority filings. Reviewing the implementation of information security tools in terms of privacy legal compliance. Supportings Data Protection Officer in work related to various internal executive groups. Support security and privacy incident response (including evaluating notification requirements). Keep current and maintain subject matter expertise on privacy legal and regulatory developments both in the US and internationally and brief senior business leaders on relevant change. Evaluate the impact of legislative, regulatory, legal developments and industry proposals involving privacy and security across. Develop, manage and participate in internal privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure meets its obligations under those programs. Work side-by-side with the legal and business teams to help internal stakeholders meet company goals. Gain exposure to and advise on highly sophisticated legal and business matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate. Licensed attorney in one of the following jurisdictions: Texas, New York, or California. Should have 5 years of experience working in-house at a technology company. Experience working with engineering teams and IT security teams. Experience with incident and data breach response. Experience handling privacy regulatory compliance such as GDPR data privacy impact assessments and data mapping. Exceptional academic and law firm training. CIPP certification preferred.
 
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