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Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel Environmental And Mass Tort Claim/asbestos, Life Science, Con

Portland OR Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel - Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Science, Construction Defect- The candidate will accept referrals of complex coverage matters and other claim-related legal issues from companys Commercial Claim organization, primarily from the Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect disciplines. In this role, may also provide assistance from time to time in other lines of business. As a member of our commercial claim legal team, you will perform legal research and analysis of complex coverage issues and provide counsel, guidance, recommendations, and periodic support for training initiatives and other special projects. Work assignments include providing legal advice and litigation support in connection with the most complex and/or severe claims and related coverage issues. Performs a combination of duties in accordance with departmental guidelines: Provides legal and strategic analysis and advice to claim teams and other internal business partners with respect to complex coverage issues and the potential impact of coverage on overall claim exposure and legal risks by researching and analyzing issues in both litigated and non-litigated matters. Partners with claim professionals in developing and executing strategies for handling claim related legal issues that range from simple low impact to complex multi-faceted and high impact. Manages and oversees coverage litigation and serves as the decision point for engaging external counsel, including selecting and working with counsel and assisting with the preparation and editing of briefs and other substantive filings and communications. Develops written and verbal communications regarding coverage with our customers, their counsel, claimants counsel, and others. Develops and drives execution of negotiation strategies for coverage matters. Facilitates claim resolution by engaging directly with customers, claimants, and other insurers through mediations, settlement conferences, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Partners with Claim Underwriting and Product Development teams to develop, supplement, and revise policy language. May participate with Senior Management in the development and implementation of claims and business policies. Maintains big-picture perspective while identifying and executing critical strategies and priorities for complex claim-related legal issues. Educates key stakeholders by providing ongoing formal and informal coverage training to our claim teams and other internal business partners. Tracks legal and regulatory changes and advises claim teams and other business partners of the impact of such changes. May perform additional duties as assigned. Reporting Relationship: Typically AVP and above.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree with JD and admission to the Bar of at least one state. Typically requires 10 years of coverage experience with a law firm and/or insurance carrier with progression in responsibility. May require specific technical/functional area legal experience. Should have senior level knowledge of the law, as well as legal theories, principles, and litigation practices and procedures within an insurance organization. Must have excellent technical and product specific expertise of commercial insurance products. should have 8-10 years of experience, either in an in-house position handling claims of the highest severity, or in a law firm providing legal advice and litigating third-party insurance claims of the highest severity and complexity, and will possess top-tier legal research and communication skills and coverage acumen. Ideal candidates will also have prior experience as a third-party coverage attorney, be admitted to the bar of at least one state, and have substantial experience providing in-house legal support and strategic counsel to claims staff and senior management in connection with third-party lines of business (principally Environmental and Mass Tort/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect). Should have ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve desired results, including helping self and others to excel through building strong relationships. Must have excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation, and presentation skills and the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Should have strong negotiation, consultative, and facilitation skills, with the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Must have ability to exercise independent judgment and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. Should have excellent analytic and creative problem solving skills, along with senior level skill in managing and resolving highly complex claim-related situations and issues. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software (including Adobe and Westlaw).
Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2019-04-21

Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel Environmental And Mass Tort Claim/asbestos, Life Science, Con

Pittsburgh PA Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel - Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Science, Construction Defect- The candidate will accept referrals of complex coverage matters and other claim-related legal issues from companys Commercial Claim organization, primarily from the Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect disciplines. In this role, may also provide assistance from time to time in other lines of business. As a member of our commercial claim legal team, you will perform legal research and analysis of complex coverage issues and provide counsel, guidance, recommendations, and periodic support for training initiatives and other special projects. Work assignments include providing legal advice and litigation support in connection with the most complex and/or severe claims and related coverage issues. Performs a combination of duties in accordance with departmental guidelines: Provides legal and strategic analysis and advice to claim teams and other internal business partners with respect to complex coverage issues and the potential impact of coverage on overall claim exposure and legal risks by researching and analyzing issues in both litigated and non-litigated matters. Partners with claim professionals in developing and executing strategies for handling claim related legal issues that range from simple low impact to complex multi-faceted and high impact. Manages and oversees coverage litigation and serves as the decision point for engaging external counsel, including selecting and working with counsel and assisting with the preparation and editing of briefs and other substantive filings and communications. Develops written and verbal communications regarding coverage with our customers, their counsel, claimants counsel, and others. Develops and drives execution of negotiation strategies for coverage matters. Facilitates claim resolution by engaging directly with customers, claimants, and other insurers through mediations, settlement conferences, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Partners with Claim Underwriting and Product Development teams to develop, supplement, and revise policy language. May participate with Senior Management in the development and implementation of claims and business policies. Maintains big-picture perspective while identifying and executing critical strategies and priorities for complex claim-related legal issues. Educates key stakeholders by providing ongoing formal and informal coverage training to our claim teams and other internal business partners. Tracks legal and regulatory changes and advises claim teams and other business partners of the impact of such changes. May perform additional duties as assigned. Reporting Relationship: Typically AVP and above.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree with JD and admission to the Bar of at least one state. Typically requires 10 years of coverage experience with a law firm and/or insurance carrier with progression in responsibility. May require specific technical/functional area legal experience. Should have senior level knowledge of the law, as well as legal theories, principles, and litigation practices and procedures within an insurance organization. Must have excellent technical and product specific expertise of commercial insurance products. should have 8-10 years of experience, either in an in-house position handling claims of the highest severity, or in a law firm providing legal advice and litigating third-party insurance claims of the highest severity and complexity, and will possess top-tier legal research and communication skills and coverage acumen. Ideal candidates will also have prior experience as a third-party coverage attorney, be admitted to the bar of at least one state, and have substantial experience providing in-house legal support and strategic counsel to claims staff and senior management in connection with third-party lines of business (principally Environmental and Mass Tort/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect). Should have ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve desired results, including helping self and others to excel through building strong relationships. Must have excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation, and presentation skills and the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Should have strong negotiation, consultative, and facilitation skills, with the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Must have ability to exercise independent judgment and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. Should have excellent analytic and creative problem solving skills, along with senior level skill in managing and resolving highly complex claim-related situations and issues. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software (including Adobe and Westlaw).
Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2019-04-21

Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel Environmental And Mass Tort Claim/asbestos, Life Science, Con

Glastonbury CT Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel - Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Science, Construction Defect- The candidate will accept referrals of complex coverage matters and other claim-related legal issues from companys Commercial Claim organization, primarily from the Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect disciplines. In this role, may also provide assistance from time to time in other lines of business. As a member of our commercial claim legal team, you will perform legal research and analysis of complex coverage issues and provide counsel, guidance, recommendations, and periodic support for training initiatives and other special projects. Work assignments include providing legal advice and litigation support in connection with the most complex and/or severe claims and related coverage issues. Performs a combination of duties in accordance with departmental guidelines: Provides legal and strategic analysis and advice to claim teams and other internal business partners with respect to complex coverage issues and the potential impact of coverage on overall claim exposure and legal risks by researching and analyzing issues in both litigated and non-litigated matters. Partners with claim professionals in developing and executing strategies for handling claim related legal issues that range from simple low impact to complex multi-faceted and high impact. Manages and oversees coverage litigation and serves as the decision point for engaging external counsel, including selecting and working with counsel and assisting with the preparation and editing of briefs and other substantive filings and communications. Develops written and verbal communications regarding coverage with our customers, their counsel, claimants counsel, and others. Develops and drives execution of negotiation strategies for coverage matters. Facilitates claim resolution by engaging directly with customers, claimants, and other insurers through mediations, settlement conferences, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Partners with Claim Underwriting and Product Development teams to develop, supplement, and revise policy language. May participate with Senior Management in the development and implementation of claims and business policies. Maintains big-picture perspective while identifying and executing critical strategies and priorities for complex claim-related legal issues. Educates key stakeholders by providing ongoing formal and informal coverage training to our claim teams and other internal business partners. Tracks legal and regulatory changes and advises claim teams and other business partners of the impact of such changes. May perform additional duties as assigned. Reporting Relationship: Typically AVP and above.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree with JD and admission to the Bar of at least one state. Typically requires 10 years of coverage experience with a law firm and/or insurance carrier with progression in responsibility. May require specific technical/functional area legal experience. Should have senior level knowledge of the law, as well as legal theories, principles, and litigation practices and procedures within an insurance organization. Must have excellent technical and product specific expertise of commercial insurance products. should have 8-10 years of experience, either in an in-house position handling claims of the highest severity, or in a law firm providing legal advice and litigating third-party insurance claims of the highest severity and complexity, and will possess top-tier legal research and communication skills and coverage acumen. Ideal candidates will also have prior experience as a third-party coverage attorney, be admitted to the bar of at least one state, and have substantial experience providing in-house legal support and strategic counsel to claims staff and senior management in connection with third-party lines of business (principally Environmental and Mass Tort/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect). Should have ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve desired results, including helping self and others to excel through building strong relationships. Must have excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation, and presentation skills and the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Should have strong negotiation, consultative, and facilitation skills, with the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Must have ability to exercise independent judgment and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. Should have excellent analytic and creative problem solving skills, along with senior level skill in managing and resolving highly complex claim-related situations and issues. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software (including Adobe and Westlaw).
Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2019-04-21

Litigation Attorney

Miami FL Litigation Attorney The candidate will be responsible to defend the company and litigate various types of cases in both state and federal court, as well as arbitrations, and assist in a variety of litigation functions. Litigate mostly personal injury cases and perform all necessary functions to defend a legal case from inception through trial/final hearing, including the following: Draft pleadings and motions to be filed with the court which will defend the company's position on various legal issues (these tasks may occur at anytime during the course of litigation). Conduct and defend depositions of plaintiffs, witnesses, medical providers, and experts (these tasks may occur at anytime during the course of litigation). Provide periodic updates to P&I club regarding the status of cases and provide legal advice on how to proceed with the litigation and strategy (this requires an initial summary of the case and completion of case management questionnaires). Routinely make decisions concerning the management of litigation files such as who needs to be deposed, what motions need to be filed, what records need to be obtained, and ultimate strategy on what is best for the company based on the development of the case. Conduct mediations in order to resolve cases and reduce the company's liability (this task is typically completed after certain depositions and discovery have been completed, but may be done earlier depending on the Court's order). Perform legal research in order to support the company's legal position (this task may be done when filing briefs, motions and/or memorandums with the court or when conferring with opposing counsel on various legal issues). Perform other job related functions as assigned, including, responding to subpoenas, responding to writ of garnishments, drafting correspondence to third parties, litigation of matters as needed, and attend to other tasks as needed from a legal perspective.

The candidate must have a Law degree from an accredited program with admission to Florida Bar with ability to practice in both State and Federal Courts in Florida. 2-5 years of experience in major law firm or legal department handling all aspects of litigation is needed. Must have a background and working knowledge of General U.S. Maritime Law, including the Jones Act. Experience in litigating passenger and crewmember claims is critical. Intermediate-level knowledge of Microsoft Office, Lexus Nexus, Westlaw, and Microsoft Outlook is mandator. Exceptional oral and written communication skills are needed.Ability to handle all aspects of litigation, including hearings, depositions, discovery, mediations and trials is required. Ability to handle full caseload and work successfully in a critical team environment is essential.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2019-04-21

Corporate Counsel

Hoffman Estates IL Corporate Counsel The candidate will poromptly take day-to-day responsibility for work at Omron companies in North America. Various commercial matters for Omron companies. Corporate minute books and appropriate compliance systems. Contract review and approval procedures. Monthly report regarding major legal issues and projects. Other duties and miscellaneous projects as needed. Represent Omron in a professional, ethical, and socially responsible manner. Represents the Omron Guiding Principles through personal and business interactions with employees, distributors, and colleagues. Juris Doctor Degree. Illinois Bar Membership is required. Should have 4+ years of experience as an attorney in a major law firm. Requires significant experience in litigation. Significant experience in commercial contract review and negotiations is a plus. Strong knowledge of MS Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Office 365 and SharePoint experience is a plus. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-21

Director, Trade Compliance Counsel

Greenwich CT Director, Trade Compliance Counsel The candidate will enhance trade compliance by developing key global policies, procedures, controls, communications strategies and employee training. Provide legal support to colleagues on global trade-related litigation, compliance investigations and voluntary disclosures. Support oversight of periodic assessments and audits to guarantee compliance with applicable global trade laws and company policies. Prepare required summaries and work with various business units to resolve compliance matters, as well as government filings when necessary. Advise on complex legal regulatory questions, identify common and conflicting legal issues across the company and contribute to high-level policy decision-making.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate degree from a nationally accredited law school. Should have 5+ years of legal experience in export law and economic sanctions, as well as providing legal counsel on global trade compliance issues. Should have in-house experience in logistics or global supply chain. Must have strong fluency in Microsoft Office applications, as well as various research and legal databases.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-21

Director / Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Director / Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for working closely with the U.S. CMA Lead, U.S. CMA Promotional Monitoring Lead, the CMA Analytics teams, and other cross-functional partners and internal stakeholders (incl. BU Compliance, Commercial Finance, Commercial Operations, Medical, and others) to ensure that the U.S. emerging risk monitoring strategy is part of an integrated, risk-based enterprise-wide approach to compliance monitoring in the U.S.; Reviewing the CMA emerging risk monitoring portfolio on a continuous basis to identify potential risk-based enhancements, including opportunities to on-board and off-board reviews based on risk; Leading, or representing CMA in, cross-functional discussions and collaborations with a range of internal stakeholders, including Legal, BT, Finance, and Compliance. Conducting primary and secondary review and analysis of data sources to identify potential compliance issues and trends involving emerging risks within the U.S. Directing and overseeing the day-to-day activities of the teams monitoring specialists, who will report to the U.S. Emerging Risk Monitoring Lead and are responsible for CMAs continuous and ad hoc monitoring efforts (in addition to conducting reviews, the team is responsible for timely and effective stakeholder communications / information sharing, escalation of potential issues, and report generation); Partnering with the U.S. CMA Lead to troubleshoot and identify opportunities to enhance the systems and processes that support the U.S. CMA team (incl. CMAs databases, technology, review platforms, etc.); Researching and ultimately understanding the nuanced emerging risks within the healthcare compliance space (this includes subject-matter expertise in applicable U.S. healthcare laws and regulations, industry guidelines, etc.); Partnering with the CMA U.S. Lead and other CMA personnel to conduct in-depth compliance assessments in areas of emerging risk -- as well as continuous and ad hoc monitoring; Coordinating with internal partners, clients and other stakeholders to ensure that program objectives are met in a timely manner; Working with, and occasionally directing the efforts of, outside counsel, vendors and consultants; and Drafting memoranda documenting issues and trends identified in reviews or memorializing an approach, strategy, or process (job-aids, internal guidance documents, etc.).

The candidate must have an Excellent academic qualifications (J.D. and admission to practice law in the U.S. preferred); Proven capabilities, including 8+ years of experience in the following areas is essential: healthcare law and policy, regulatory law, healthcare compliance, litigation or other commercial legal or transactions, audit and / or monitoring, etc. Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills are must. Quantitative / statistical analysis experience is a plus. Strong understanding of Excel, Powerpoint, Tableau, and other data visualization or analytics tool is preferred.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-21

Attorney - Enterprise Litigation

San Antonio TX Attorney - Enterprise Litigation The candidate will be responsible for providing legal advice and counsel concerning litigation throughout the enterprise. Ensures the company's activities are conducted in compliance with the applicable legal framework and firm's Risk Appetite. Foreseeing, mitigating, and managing legal risks. Apply advanced knowledge to mitigate legal, regulatory, compliance and litigation risk to firm. Engage and collaborate with other legal experts within the company and at times outside counsel. Work with outside counsel or contract professionals to complete assignments. Provide solution oriented legal advice and counsel to internal clients to support business objectives. Assist more senior attorneys in providing advice and counsel on highly complex matters. Analyze the application of laws and regulations and preparing recommendations and/or documents to support the organization. Apply advanced knowledge regarding relevant business, industry, and area of legal specialty. Handle complex negotiations, drafting and document creation, and matter resolution. Ensure escalation of matters presenting more significant risk to more senior attorneys. Assist more senior attorneys with the preparation of defense positions for highly complex litigation. Participate in and may lead cross function initiatives. Serve as a resource to less experienced team members. Provide research, factual information, counsel and guidance on legal questions or issues, in support of more senior attorneys. Perform all other tasks as assigned.

The candidate must have a Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school. 4+ years of legal experience. Must be admitted to the practice law in one state or a territory of the USA. Active member and in good standing of the Bar in at least one state or territory is essential. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Tools and applicable software is mandatory. Experience with bad faith litigation involving personal lines insurance claims, alleged failure to reasonably settle injury claims, uninsured and underinsured motorist claims, and property damage claims is preferred. Well-developed understanding of insurance claims handling practices and experience analyzing claim files for personal lines insurance products is a plus. Significant experience handling a complex litigation docket is an asset. Experience with commercial litigation involving banking, securities, life insurance products, or commercial contractual disputes is beneficial. Excellent proficiency with rules of civil procedure and evidence, e-discovery processes, and institutional document production and retention issues is desired. Demonstrated ability to make decisions on complex litigation issues and communicating with senior level clients is preferred.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-21

Corporate Counsel, Product Legal

San Francisco CA Corporate Counsel, Product Legal The candidate will provide guidance to executives, engineers and product managers on issues related to new and existing services, products, and features throughout the entire product lifecycle. Review and negotiate complex agreements with service providers and technology partners, as well as advise executive leadership and product management on such transactions. Service as a resident expert and resource on issues related to SaaS product lifecycle, and privacy and data protection as these topics relate to Salesforce's platform, products, and services, especially with regard to the integration of public cloud infrastructure. Provide strategic and timely client counseling and training on relevant issues. Build cross-functional relationships with business teams as well as other members of the legal department.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor degree and admitted to practice in at least one US jurisdiction required (CA preferred). Should have 5+ years combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department, preferably in the technology industry, with significant relevant transactional and product counseling experience. Must be expertise with public cloud architecture (AWS and GCP) and SaaS deployment models. Must be familiar with key regulatory requirements in the SaaS space, including open source licensing practices and privacy and data protection issues. Should have high work quality and precision, and able to resolve time sensitive issues with a high degree of precision and exhibit strong organizational, written and verbal communication skills. Must have ability to build and maintain strong relationships with internal clients. Should preferably have in-house experience at a technology company. M&A experience is desired. Should preferably have technical background (computer science background highly desired).
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-21

Corporate Counsel, Payments

Seattle WA Corporate Counsel, Payments The candidate will serve as the primary attorney responsible for counseling the business on a broad range of commercial and regulatory matters, and structuring, drafting and negotiating commercial transactions. Work directly with the business, serving as lead counsel on strategic deals, providing day-to-day advice, resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Principal duties include structuring, drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements related to domestic and international payment method acceptance and providing ongoing legal counseling in a wide range of legal areas.

The candidate must have strong transactional background and be hard-working, proactive, entrepreneurial and able to apply sound, pragmatic judgment in ambiguous situations. Some travel, domestic and international, may be required. Should have J.D. and membership in good standing in at least one state bar. Must have 5+ years of legal experience (with 3+ years at a law firm). Should have strong corporate transactional background. Must have excellent organizational skills, with the ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through and meet deadlines using pragmatic judgment in ambiguous situations. Should have ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Must have strong written and oral communication skills. Must have strong analytical and computer skills. Should have great judgment and a good sense of humor. In-house experience is a plus. Experience in technology, payments or financial services transactions is a plus.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-04-21
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Assistant General Counsel
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Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel Environmental And Mass Tort Claim/asbestos, Life Science, Con
Refer job# TXFX143699
 
Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel - Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Science, Construction Defect- The candidate will accept referrals of complex coverage matters and other claim-related legal issues from companys Commercial Claim organization, primarily from the Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect disciplines. In this role, may also provide assistance from time to time in other lines of business. As a member of our commercial claim legal team, you will perform legal research and analysis of complex coverage issues and provide counsel, guidance, recommendations, and periodic support for training initiatives and other special projects. Work assignments include providing legal advice and litigation support in connection with the most complex and/or severe claims and related coverage issues. Performs a combination of duties in accordance with departmental guidelines: Provides legal and strategic analysis and advice to claim teams and other internal business partners with respect to complex coverage issues and the potential impact of coverage on overall claim exposure and legal risks by researching and analyzing issues in both litigated and non-litigated matters. Partners with claim professionals in developing and executing strategies for handling claim related legal issues that range from simple low impact to complex multi-faceted and high impact. Manages and oversees coverage litigation and serves as the decision point for engaging external counsel, including selecting and working with counsel and assisting with the preparation and editing of briefs and other substantive filings and communications. Develops written and verbal communications regarding coverage with our customers, their counsel, claimants counsel, and others. Develops and drives execution of negotiation strategies for coverage matters. Facilitates claim resolution by engaging directly with customers, claimants, and other insurers through mediations, settlement conferences, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Partners with Claim Underwriting and Product Development teams to develop, supplement, and revise policy language. May participate with Senior Management in the development and implementation of claims and business policies. Maintains big-picture perspective while identifying and executing critical strategies and priorities for complex claim-related legal issues. Educates key stakeholders by providing ongoing formal and informal coverage training to our claim teams and other internal business partners. Tracks legal and regulatory changes and advises claim teams and other business partners of the impact of such changes. May perform additional duties as assigned. Reporting Relationship: Typically AVP and above.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree with JD and admission to the Bar of at least one state. Typically requires 10 years of coverage experience with a law firm and/or insurance carrier with progression in responsibility. May require specific technical/functional area legal experience. Should have senior level knowledge of the law, as well as legal theories, principles, and litigation practices and procedures within an insurance organization. Must have excellent technical and product specific expertise of commercial insurance products. should have 8-10 years of experience, either in an in-house position handling claims of the highest severity, or in a law firm providing legal advice and litigating third-party insurance claims of the highest severity and complexity, and will possess top-tier legal research and communication skills and coverage acumen. Ideal candidates will also have prior experience as a third-party coverage attorney, be admitted to the bar of at least one state, and have substantial experience providing in-house legal support and strategic counsel to claims staff and senior management in connection with third-party lines of business (principally Environmental and Mass Tort/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect). Should have ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve desired results, including helping self and others to excel through building strong relationships. Must have excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation, and presentation skills and the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Should have strong negotiation, consultative, and facilitation skills, with the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Must have ability to exercise independent judgment and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. Should have excellent analytic and creative problem solving skills, along with senior level skill in managing and resolving highly complex claim-related situations and issues. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software (including Adobe and Westlaw).
 
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Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel Environmental And Mass Tort Claim/asbestos, Life Science, Con
Refer job# MYGF143700
 
Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel - Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Science, Construction Defect- The candidate will accept referrals of complex coverage matters and other claim-related legal issues from companys Commercial Claim organization, primarily from the Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect disciplines. In this role, may also provide assistance from time to time in other lines of business. As a member of our commercial claim legal team, you will perform legal research and analysis of complex coverage issues and provide counsel, guidance, recommendations, and periodic support for training initiatives and other special projects. Work assignments include providing legal advice and litigation support in connection with the most complex and/or severe claims and related coverage issues. Performs a combination of duties in accordance with departmental guidelines: Provides legal and strategic analysis and advice to claim teams and other internal business partners with respect to complex coverage issues and the potential impact of coverage on overall claim exposure and legal risks by researching and analyzing issues in both litigated and non-litigated matters. Partners with claim professionals in developing and executing strategies for handling claim related legal issues that range from simple low impact to complex multi-faceted and high impact. Manages and oversees coverage litigation and serves as the decision point for engaging external counsel, including selecting and working with counsel and assisting with the preparation and editing of briefs and other substantive filings and communications. Develops written and verbal communications regarding coverage with our customers, their counsel, claimants counsel, and others. Develops and drives execution of negotiation strategies for coverage matters. Facilitates claim resolution by engaging directly with customers, claimants, and other insurers through mediations, settlement conferences, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Partners with Claim Underwriting and Product Development teams to develop, supplement, and revise policy language. May participate with Senior Management in the development and implementation of claims and business policies. Maintains big-picture perspective while identifying and executing critical strategies and priorities for complex claim-related legal issues. Educates key stakeholders by providing ongoing formal and informal coverage training to our claim teams and other internal business partners. Tracks legal and regulatory changes and advises claim teams and other business partners of the impact of such changes. May perform additional duties as assigned. Reporting Relationship: Typically AVP and above.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree with JD and admission to the Bar of at least one state. Typically requires 10 years of coverage experience with a law firm and/or insurance carrier with progression in responsibility. May require specific technical/functional area legal experience. Should have senior level knowledge of the law, as well as legal theories, principles, and litigation practices and procedures within an insurance organization. Must have excellent technical and product specific expertise of commercial insurance products. should have 8-10 years of experience, either in an in-house position handling claims of the highest severity, or in a law firm providing legal advice and litigating third-party insurance claims of the highest severity and complexity, and will possess top-tier legal research and communication skills and coverage acumen. Ideal candidates will also have prior experience as a third-party coverage attorney, be admitted to the bar of at least one state, and have substantial experience providing in-house legal support and strategic counsel to claims staff and senior management in connection with third-party lines of business (principally Environmental and Mass Tort/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect). Should have ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve desired results, including helping self and others to excel through building strong relationships. Must have excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation, and presentation skills and the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Should have strong negotiation, consultative, and facilitation skills, with the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Must have ability to exercise independent judgment and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. Should have excellent analytic and creative problem solving skills, along with senior level skill in managing and resolving highly complex claim-related situations and issues. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software (including Adobe and Westlaw).
 
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Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel Environmental And Mass Tort Claim/asbestos, Life Science, Con
Refer job# UARR143701
 
Director, Strategic Coverage Counsel - Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Science, Construction Defect- The candidate will accept referrals of complex coverage matters and other claim-related legal issues from companys Commercial Claim organization, primarily from the Environmental and Mass Tort Claim/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect disciplines. In this role, may also provide assistance from time to time in other lines of business. As a member of our commercial claim legal team, you will perform legal research and analysis of complex coverage issues and provide counsel, guidance, recommendations, and periodic support for training initiatives and other special projects. Work assignments include providing legal advice and litigation support in connection with the most complex and/or severe claims and related coverage issues. Performs a combination of duties in accordance with departmental guidelines: Provides legal and strategic analysis and advice to claim teams and other internal business partners with respect to complex coverage issues and the potential impact of coverage on overall claim exposure and legal risks by researching and analyzing issues in both litigated and non-litigated matters. Partners with claim professionals in developing and executing strategies for handling claim related legal issues that range from simple low impact to complex multi-faceted and high impact. Manages and oversees coverage litigation and serves as the decision point for engaging external counsel, including selecting and working with counsel and assisting with the preparation and editing of briefs and other substantive filings and communications. Develops written and verbal communications regarding coverage with our customers, their counsel, claimants counsel, and others. Develops and drives execution of negotiation strategies for coverage matters. Facilitates claim resolution by engaging directly with customers, claimants, and other insurers through mediations, settlement conferences, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. Partners with Claim Underwriting and Product Development teams to develop, supplement, and revise policy language. May participate with Senior Management in the development and implementation of claims and business policies. Maintains big-picture perspective while identifying and executing critical strategies and priorities for complex claim-related legal issues. Educates key stakeholders by providing ongoing formal and informal coverage training to our claim teams and other internal business partners. Tracks legal and regulatory changes and advises claim teams and other business partners of the impact of such changes. May perform additional duties as assigned. Reporting Relationship: Typically AVP and above.

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree with JD and admission to the Bar of at least one state. Typically requires 10 years of coverage experience with a law firm and/or insurance carrier with progression in responsibility. May require specific technical/functional area legal experience. Should have senior level knowledge of the law, as well as legal theories, principles, and litigation practices and procedures within an insurance organization. Must have excellent technical and product specific expertise of commercial insurance products. should have 8-10 years of experience, either in an in-house position handling claims of the highest severity, or in a law firm providing legal advice and litigating third-party insurance claims of the highest severity and complexity, and will possess top-tier legal research and communication skills and coverage acumen. Ideal candidates will also have prior experience as a third-party coverage attorney, be admitted to the bar of at least one state, and have substantial experience providing in-house legal support and strategic counsel to claims staff and senior management in connection with third-party lines of business (principally Environmental and Mass Tort/Asbestos, Life Sciences, and Construction Defect). Should have ability to work collaboratively with others to achieve desired results, including helping self and others to excel through building strong relationships. Must have excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation, and presentation skills and the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Should have strong negotiation, consultative, and facilitation skills, with the ability to effectively interact with all internal and external business partners. Must have ability to exercise independent judgment and to work with and maintain confidential and sensitive information. Should have excellent analytic and creative problem solving skills, along with senior level skill in managing and resolving highly complex claim-related situations and issues. Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other business-related software (including Adobe and Westlaw).
 
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Litigation Attorney
Refer job# YGYC143702
 
Litigation Attorney The candidate will be responsible to defend the company and litigate various types of cases in both state and federal court, as well as arbitrations, and assist in a variety of litigation functions. Litigate mostly personal injury cases and perform all necessary functions to defend a legal case from inception through trial/final hearing, including the following: Draft pleadings and motions to be filed with the court which will defend the company's position on various legal issues (these tasks may occur at anytime during the course of litigation). Conduct and defend depositions of plaintiffs, witnesses, medical providers, and experts (these tasks may occur at anytime during the course of litigation). Provide periodic updates to P&I club regarding the status of cases and provide legal advice on how to proceed with the litigation and strategy (this requires an initial summary of the case and completion of case management questionnaires). Routinely make decisions concerning the management of litigation files such as who needs to be deposed, what motions need to be filed, what records need to be obtained, and ultimate strategy on what is best for the company based on the development of the case. Conduct mediations in order to resolve cases and reduce the company's liability (this task is typically completed after certain depositions and discovery have been completed, but may be done earlier depending on the Court's order). Perform legal research in order to support the company's legal position (this task may be done when filing briefs, motions and/or memorandums with the court or when conferring with opposing counsel on various legal issues). Perform other job related functions as assigned, including, responding to subpoenas, responding to writ of garnishments, drafting correspondence to third parties, litigation of matters as needed, and attend to other tasks as needed from a legal perspective.

The candidate must have a Law degree from an accredited program with admission to Florida Bar with ability to practice in both State and Federal Courts in Florida. 2-5 years of experience in major law firm or legal department handling all aspects of litigation is needed. Must have a background and working knowledge of General U.S. Maritime Law, including the Jones Act. Experience in litigating passenger and crewmember claims is critical. Intermediate-level knowledge of Microsoft Office, Lexus Nexus, Westlaw, and Microsoft Outlook is mandator. Exceptional oral and written communication skills are needed.Ability to handle all aspects of litigation, including hearings, depositions, discovery, mediations and trials is required. Ability to handle full caseload and work successfully in a critical team environment is essential.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LZUI143703
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will poromptly take day-to-day responsibility for work at Omron companies in North America. Various commercial matters for Omron companies. Corporate minute books and appropriate compliance systems. Contract review and approval procedures. Monthly report regarding major legal issues and projects. Other duties and miscellaneous projects as needed. Represent Omron in a professional, ethical, and socially responsible manner. Represents the Omron Guiding Principles through personal and business interactions with employees, distributors, and colleagues. Juris Doctor Degree. Illinois Bar Membership is required. Should have 4+ years of experience as an attorney in a major law firm. Requires significant experience in litigation. Significant experience in commercial contract review and negotiations is a plus. Strong knowledge of MS Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Office 365 and SharePoint experience is a plus.
 
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Director, Trade Compliance Counsel
Refer job# DAPR143704
 
Director, Trade Compliance Counsel The candidate will enhance trade compliance by developing key global policies, procedures, controls, communications strategies and employee training. Provide legal support to colleagues on global trade-related litigation, compliance investigations and voluntary disclosures. Support oversight of periodic assessments and audits to guarantee compliance with applicable global trade laws and company policies. Prepare required summaries and work with various business units to resolve compliance matters, as well as government filings when necessary. Advise on complex legal regulatory questions, identify common and conflicting legal issues across the company and contribute to high-level policy decision-making.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate degree from a nationally accredited law school. Should have 5+ years of legal experience in export law and economic sanctions, as well as providing legal counsel on global trade compliance issues. Should have in-house experience in logistics or global supply chain. Must have strong fluency in Microsoft Office applications, as well as various research and legal databases.
 
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Director / Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SUYI143705
 
Director / Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for working closely with the U.S. CMA Lead, U.S. CMA Promotional Monitoring Lead, the CMA Analytics teams, and other cross-functional partners and internal stakeholders (incl. BU Compliance, Commercial Finance, Commercial Operations, Medical, and others) to ensure that the U.S. emerging risk monitoring strategy is part of an integrated, risk-based enterprise-wide approach to compliance monitoring in the U.S.; Reviewing the CMA emerging risk monitoring portfolio on a continuous basis to identify potential risk-based enhancements, including opportunities to on-board and off-board reviews based on risk; Leading, or representing CMA in, cross-functional discussions and collaborations with a range of internal stakeholders, including Legal, BT, Finance, and Compliance. Conducting primary and secondary review and analysis of data sources to identify potential compliance issues and trends involving emerging risks within the U.S. Directing and overseeing the day-to-day activities of the teams monitoring specialists, who will report to the U.S. Emerging Risk Monitoring Lead and are responsible for CMAs continuous and ad hoc monitoring efforts (in addition to conducting reviews, the team is responsible for timely and effective stakeholder communications / information sharing, escalation of potential issues, and report generation); Partnering with the U.S. CMA Lead to troubleshoot and identify opportunities to enhance the systems and processes that support the U.S. CMA team (incl. CMAs databases, technology, review platforms, etc.); Researching and ultimately understanding the nuanced emerging risks within the healthcare compliance space (this includes subject-matter expertise in applicable U.S. healthcare laws and regulations, industry guidelines, etc.); Partnering with the CMA U.S. Lead and other CMA personnel to conduct in-depth compliance assessments in areas of emerging risk -- as well as continuous and ad hoc monitoring; Coordinating with internal partners, clients and other stakeholders to ensure that program objectives are met in a timely manner; Working with, and occasionally directing the efforts of, outside counsel, vendors and consultants; and Drafting memoranda documenting issues and trends identified in reviews or memorializing an approach, strategy, or process (job-aids, internal guidance documents, etc.).

The candidate must have an Excellent academic qualifications (J.D. and admission to practice law in the U.S. preferred); Proven capabilities, including 8+ years of experience in the following areas is essential: healthcare law and policy, regulatory law, healthcare compliance, litigation or other commercial legal or transactions, audit and / or monitoring, etc. Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills are must. Quantitative / statistical analysis experience is a plus. Strong understanding of Excel, Powerpoint, Tableau, and other data visualization or analytics tool is preferred.
 
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Attorney - Enterprise Litigation
Refer job# YHXS143706
 
Attorney - Enterprise Litigation The candidate will be responsible for providing legal advice and counsel concerning litigation throughout the enterprise. Ensures the company's activities are conducted in compliance with the applicable legal framework and firm's Risk Appetite. Foreseeing, mitigating, and managing legal risks. Apply advanced knowledge to mitigate legal, regulatory, compliance and litigation risk to firm. Engage and collaborate with other legal experts within the company and at times outside counsel. Work with outside counsel or contract professionals to complete assignments. Provide solution oriented legal advice and counsel to internal clients to support business objectives. Assist more senior attorneys in providing advice and counsel on highly complex matters. Analyze the application of laws and regulations and preparing recommendations and/or documents to support the organization. Apply advanced knowledge regarding relevant business, industry, and area of legal specialty. Handle complex negotiations, drafting and document creation, and matter resolution. Ensure escalation of matters presenting more significant risk to more senior attorneys. Assist more senior attorneys with the preparation of defense positions for highly complex litigation. Participate in and may lead cross function initiatives. Serve as a resource to less experienced team members. Provide research, factual information, counsel and guidance on legal questions or issues, in support of more senior attorneys. Perform all other tasks as assigned.

The candidate must have a Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school. 4+ years of legal experience. Must be admitted to the practice law in one state or a territory of the USA. Active member and in good standing of the Bar in at least one state or territory is essential. Knowledge of Microsoft Office Tools and applicable software is mandatory. Experience with bad faith litigation involving personal lines insurance claims, alleged failure to reasonably settle injury claims, uninsured and underinsured motorist claims, and property damage claims is preferred. Well-developed understanding of insurance claims handling practices and experience analyzing claim files for personal lines insurance products is a plus. Significant experience handling a complex litigation docket is an asset. Experience with commercial litigation involving banking, securities, life insurance products, or commercial contractual disputes is beneficial. Excellent proficiency with rules of civil procedure and evidence, e-discovery processes, and institutional document production and retention issues is desired. Demonstrated ability to make decisions on complex litigation issues and communicating with senior level clients is preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Product Legal
Refer job# EDPQ143707
 
Corporate Counsel, Product Legal The candidate will provide guidance to executives, engineers and product managers on issues related to new and existing services, products, and features throughout the entire product lifecycle. Review and negotiate complex agreements with service providers and technology partners, as well as advise executive leadership and product management on such transactions. Service as a resident expert and resource on issues related to SaaS product lifecycle, and privacy and data protection as these topics relate to Salesforce's platform, products, and services, especially with regard to the integration of public cloud infrastructure. Provide strategic and timely client counseling and training on relevant issues. Build cross-functional relationships with business teams as well as other members of the legal department.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor degree and admitted to practice in at least one US jurisdiction required (CA preferred). Should have 5+ years combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department, preferably in the technology industry, with significant relevant transactional and product counseling experience. Must be expertise with public cloud architecture (AWS and GCP) and SaaS deployment models. Must be familiar with key regulatory requirements in the SaaS space, including open source licensing practices and privacy and data protection issues. Should have high work quality and precision, and able to resolve time sensitive issues with a high degree of precision and exhibit strong organizational, written and verbal communication skills. Must have ability to build and maintain strong relationships with internal clients. Should preferably have in-house experience at a technology company. M&A experience is desired. Should preferably have technical background (computer science background highly desired).
 
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Corporate Counsel, Payments
Refer job# CVWW143708
 
Corporate Counsel, Payments The candidate will serve as the primary attorney responsible for counseling the business on a broad range of commercial and regulatory matters, and structuring, drafting and negotiating commercial transactions. Work directly with the business, serving as lead counsel on strategic deals, providing day-to-day advice, resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships and handling pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries. Principal duties include structuring, drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements related to domestic and international payment method acceptance and providing ongoing legal counseling in a wide range of legal areas.

The candidate must have strong transactional background and be hard-working, proactive, entrepreneurial and able to apply sound, pragmatic judgment in ambiguous situations. Some travel, domestic and international, may be required. Should have J.D. and membership in good standing in at least one state bar. Must have 5+ years of legal experience (with 3+ years at a law firm). Should have strong corporate transactional background. Must have excellent organizational skills, with the ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through and meet deadlines using pragmatic judgment in ambiguous situations. Should have ability to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Must have strong written and oral communication skills. Must have strong analytical and computer skills. Should have great judgment and a good sense of humor. In-house experience is a plus. Experience in technology, payments or financial services transactions is a plus.
 
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