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UHNW Tax & Estate Planning Attorney

Miami FL UHNW Tax & Estate Planning Attorney Duties: Helping Private Wealth Advisors (PWAs), and other Financial Advisors (FAs) with UHNW clients, identify appropriate client opportunities for Family Office Resources (FOR). Managing the end-to-end advisor and client experience of FOR Resources. Coordinating comprehensive and integrated planning across teams of FOR specialists, and across divisions, to address each clients unique and evolving needs (e.g., family dynamics; philanthropic and charitable planning; business succession planning; cash flow modeling and liquidity management; estate, gift, and generation skipping tax planning; income tax planning; retirement and educational tax planning; asset protection and risk management; executive compensation and benefits). Working with regional and local branch management to identify and support business development initiatives around UHNW clients and prospects. Proactively engaging and building relationships with advisors and clients who do not engage FOR today, but may benefit from FOR capabilities. Keeping current all client relationship management (CRM) data and dossiers across FOR. Acting as a and FOR ambassador by making presentations at various internal and external forums. Participating in client VIP and recruit meetings.

Qualifications: Advanced degrees (e.g., JD Degree) required. Series 7 and 66 required, 24 preferred. 10+ years industry experience. Experience in working with ultra-high net worth individuals with a net worth of 10M or more is required (e.g., SFO or MFO professional; private bank professional; trust, tax & estate attorney or accountant, etc.). Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills. Extensive travel required.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Deputy General Counsel - Global Contracts

San Francisco CA Deputy General Counsel - Global Contracts The candidate responsibilities will include: Manage risk, ensure compliance while building trust and integrity into everything we do. Manage a team of legal professionals in negotiating on prem, SaaS (Cloud), partner and other agreements involving a variety of complex and evolving issues. Provide support for key business initiatives and transactional process improvements. Interact daily with customers, partners, senior executives and other internal clients across multiple organizations, including Sales, Finance, Customer Success and Security. Manage a team of legal professionals in the negotiation of complex on prem, SaaS (Cloud) and partner agreements. Provide business and legal advice for issues and risks related to contracting processes, including approval matrices, company policies and procedures, and IP and regulatory requirements. Collaborate with other members of the legal team to ensure business needs are met and to improve transactional processes. Drive business and efficiency initiatives and projects, as required. Should have 15+ years of relevant legal experience at a leading law-firm and/or in-house experience, with a minimum of 5 years of people leadership experience in building, running and/or developing high performing teams. Experience with enterprise software and SaaS businesses is required. Must have substantial experience negotiating complex on prem, SaaS (Cloud) and partner agreements. JD degree and excellent academic credentials. Must have California Bar admission in good standing (or Registered In-House Counsel status with California State Bar). An experienced team leader, ready to drive results and develop successful legal professionals, preferably with experience managing teams of 15 or more legal professionals across geographies preferred. Substantial experience relating to software and SaaS centric issues, such as revenue recognition, tax, privacy, security, HIPAA, GDPR, intellectual property rights, etc., preferably with US and international enterprises and public sector entities desired. Knowledge and understanding of DocuSign a plus. Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Senior Director, Associate General Counsel Corporate Governance

Chicago IL Senior Director, Associate General Counsel Corporate Governance Duties: Day-to-day management and operation of the Corporate Secretary function. Advising on and supporting corporate securities and SEC reporting, corporate law and compliance matters, including preparing and reviewing SEC periodic reports, proxy statements, annual reports, earnings releases/calls, investor presentations and corporate press releases. Advising on Regulation S-K, Regulation FD, Non-GAAP measures disclosure, risk factors and litigation disclosures, and analysis of D&O, Conflicts, Independence and Regulatory Questionnaires. Preparing the annual proxy statement, with primary responsibility for governance related disclosures and responses to shareholder proposals, including no-action requests for exclusion of proposals. Advising on compliance with insider trading laws, including Section 16 filings, application of quarterly and event trading restrictions and review of written trading plans. Monitoring new rulemaking on securities regulations, disclosures and governance matters and other best practices and making recommendations for their adoption by the organization. Advising on US and international corporate governance matters, including Delaware corporate law questions, charter and bylaw provisions, governance guidelines, independence and related party transactional matters, and Board committee charters, and assisting with general corporate law matters. Supporting the ED in providing advice to auditors and regulators, and preparing for, participating in, and remediating findings resulting from regulatory examinations. Implementing the annual self-evaluation process for the Board and its committees and making recommendations to the Governance Committee. Supporting global corporate initiatives and subsidiary management, including coordination of domestic and foreign subsidiary board and shareholder meetings, materials and approvals, and state corporate filings. Advising on compliance with the Commitment and Signing Authority Policy, including providing advice on matters requiring approval and making recommendations for enhancements to the process. Providing accurate and reliable corporate information to employees, investors and analysts, such as background on CME Groups corporate governance program and practices. Collaborating with, advising, and supporting a broad range of departments and functions, including Accounting, Tax, Treasury, Investor Relations and others as needed. Drafting minutes, resolutions, approvals for the Board of Directors, shareholders and Board committees while recognizing the regulatory implications of the documentation. Assisting on other matters as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited law school with excellent academic credentials; admitted to US Bar (preferably IL or NY). 10+ years of experience at a law firm and/or in-house corporate environment with a sophisticated international securities/corporate governance/corporate finance practice. Substantial experience in corporate securities ( 33 and 34 Act) and corporate governance. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a team across jurisdictions and ability to foster strong working relationships, including management experience. Strong written and verbal communication skills; highly professional in interactions, demeanor and presentation. Confident and decisive in stressful situations and tight timeframes; utilizes good judgment and demonstrates maturity, tact and diplomacy; maintains confidences and utilizes the utmost in discretion. Excellent management skills, experience and business judgment with a capacity to make decisions and give advice which demonstrates an understanding of overall business objectives and the risks/rewards of each situation. Proactive personality, eager to learn new areas of the law and committed to understanding the industry and the companys business. Solid project management skills, including ability to manage several competing assignments and perform assignments accurately and in a timely manner. Ability to communicate effectively with a non-legal audience, including individuals at the C-Suite level, is required.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Employment And Labor Counsel

Dallas TX Employment And Labor Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include: Provide advice and counsel across all subsidiaries of TRT Holdings concerning human resources related issues, including wrongful termination, discrimination, disability accommodations, wage-hour, compliance with local laws and ordinances and labor-related matters including union avoidance. Supervise and/or partner with internal business teams and outside counsel in most effective and efficient manner. Identify, select and manage outside counsel where necessary for labor and employment issues. Monitor compliance with negotiated union contracts. Perform risk assessments and preventive labor training where necessary. Conduct and provide counsel on internal investigations of employment and labor-related complaints, ensuring claims are addressed promptly, thoroughly and appropriately. Partner with field-based resources to investigate and prepare responses to EEOC and state fair employment agency discrimination charges and other types of employment-related agency complaints such as federal and state departments of labor and health & safety agencies. Support and drive compliance and process development efforts to mitigate risk and enforce agreements. Analyze, draft, review and revise agreements governing employment relationships, union side agreements and contracts and labor relations matters as well as other types of contracts. Provide general legal support, advice and assistance to the legal department and operating businesses as needed. Should have 12+ years of experience focused on employment and labor law, with significant time devoted to advice and counseling in both areas. JD degree from accredited law school required. Active state bar license, TX preferred. Must be experienced strategist and negotiator for collective bargaining agreements. Must have experience performing investigations and judging credibility. Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Senior Counsel - Insurance Products Tax and Employee Benefits Tax

New York City NY Senior Counsel - Insurance Products Tax and Employee Benefits Tax The candidate will be responsible for the tax aspects of various company sponsored products in the Group and Global Employee Benefits markets. Will provide legal guidance on the tax and ERISA aspects of new or proposed products. Provide tax and ERISA guidance and review for all aspects of product operations, including answers to customer questions and advice on administrative or operational errors. Proper administration of the products from a tax perspective, including: drafting forms and disclosures (e.g., death claim forms, re-characterization request forms, withdrawal forms, etc.); drafting written procedures; resolving administrative errors, resolving various customer issues; and complaints. Administration of ex-patriate health and welfare insurance for client relationship managers. Compliance and consulting services for procedures related to the administration of the products; resolving customer complaints; error correction and exception requests. Communications and other sales material submissions related to annuities. ERISA and tax related matters on pension plan investment matters. Employment tax related compliance matters, including the determination of taxation of compensation, fringe benefits and payroll related items. Legislation affecting employee benefits taxation and outline same for legal department and internal business partners to ascertain the impact to the internal company sponsored employee benefit plans and the impact to the products offered to the customers. Various employment tax controversy matters, including federal, state and local audits. Employment tax related notices from federal, state and local taxing authorities. Development of training materials for internal business partners for administering the internal employee benefit plans and customer products, such as ERISA, HIPAA and ACA. Responding to ERISA inquiries from internal client relationship matters on Form 5500, Schedule A reporting. Preparation of restated plan documents related to products sold to customers. Tax aspects of designing and administering: Critical illness, Accelerated Death Benefit riders, Hospital Indemnity Insurance, and Long Term Care regarding the tax aspects of administering the remaining block of LTC business.

The candidate should have a JD degree. Admission to a State Bar Association is essential. Should have 7+ years of experience working on U.S. tax and ERISA issues in the employee benefits area for a large employer and/or in an internal employee benefits/legal capacity for an insurance company or a financial services company.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Associate Corporate Counsel

Chicago IL Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate reports directly to the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel. The primary purpose of this role is to advise and provide legal support to in-house clients on legal and regulatory issues involving company Business Units and assist the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel as required on issues involving legal and risk management issues associated with the BU business, products and services. Also draft, negotiate, or approve commercial agreements as well as provide regulatory guidance as requested by the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel. Knowledge of and experience providing legal advice on a variety of topics relating to data privacy, data sharing and corporate transactions as well as cybersecurity. Assist company personnel in evaluating impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance, and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on product features. Assist in the creation and management of company policies and procedures, as well as other company documentation such as training materials. Support data and privacy incident response. Integrates with the business to provide sound, practical guidance and solutions. Advises company regarding risk issues.Supports the company Vision and Values in achieving performance. All other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

The candidate should have Undergraduate degree and JD (must be from an accredited law school). Must be admitted to at least one state bar in the United States. CIPP certification is a plus. Should have 1+ year of experience practicing law. Knowledge preferred: HIPAA; Payers, insurance companies and pharmaceuticals TCPA GDPR is a plus; CCPA. Prior exposure to IT and intellectual property issues in software services sector is preferred. Knowledge of general corporate and compliance issues is desired.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Associate Corporate Counsel

Raleigh NC Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate reports directly to the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel. The primary purpose of this role is to advise and provide legal support to in-house clients on legal and regulatory issues involving company Business Units and assist the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel as required on issues involving legal and risk management issues associated with the BU business, products and services. Also draft, negotiate, or approve commercial agreements as well as provide regulatory guidance as requested by the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel. Knowledge of and experience providing legal advice on a variety of topics relating to data privacy, data sharing and corporate transactions as well as cybersecurity. Assist company personnel in evaluating impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance, and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on product features. Assist in the creation and management of company policies and procedures, as well as other company documentation such as training materials. Support data and privacy incident response. Integrates with the business to provide sound, practical guidance and solutions. Advises company regarding risk issues.Supports the company Vision and Values in achieving performance. All other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

The candidate should have Undergraduate degree and JD (must be from an accredited law school). Must be admitted to at least one state bar in the United States. CIPP certification is a plus. Should have 1+ year of experience practicing law. Knowledge preferred: HIPAA; Payers, insurance companies and pharmaceuticals TCPA GDPR is a plus; CCPA. Prior exposure to IT and intellectual property issues in software services sector is preferred. Knowledge of general corporate and compliance issues is desired.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Associate General Counsel - Legal and Corporate Affairs

Saint Louis MO Associate General Counsel - Legal and Corporate Affairs Duties: Supervise and independently facilitate handling of all employment-related matters, including internal investigations, agency charges, litigation, and arbitration on behalf of AB and its U.S. subsidiaries. Work with outside counsel to defend employment lawsuits throughout the US. Advise and counsel AB People Department and management on all employment-related matters, including hiring, pay practices, performance management, and leaves of absence. Collaborate with AB People Department to ensure compliance with various Federal, State, and local employment laws in personnel policy creation and administration. Some travel required.

Qualifications: J.D. from accredited law school is required. Member of the Missouri Bar or willing to seek admission. 5+ years of employment litigation and counseling experience in a law firm or corporate legal department. Arbitration and/or trial experience highly preferred. Highly skilled in providing client counseling on strategic employee relations initiatives and advising all levels of human resources on a broad array of employment matters. In-depth knowledge of laws and regulatory environment affecting employment matters. Experience in agency audits and investigations. Excellent written and oral communication skills, including presentation skills. Strong negotiating skills. Demonstrated ability to efficiently manage a substantial number of litigation and counseling matters on tight deadlines.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Real Estate Attorney

New York City NY Real Estate Attorney Duties: Working under the guidance of the General Counsel, will be responsible for: Drafting and negotiating settlement agreements, deferral agreements, tolling agreements, amendments, NDAs, and other agreements. Drafting demand and default letters and other pre-litigation communications. Making NYC based Landlord/Tenant court appearances. Negotiating with attorneys and business representatives regarding third party disputes. Coordinating with business representatives regarding ADA compliance. Addressing public access issues. Responding to subpoenas and government inquiries. Coordinating responses to discovery in conjunction with outside counsel. Assisting the leasing, development, and operations teams in interpreting contract language and avoiding lease violations. Reviewing leases, amendments, letters of credit, and other legal documents in relation to disputes or to avoid litigation. Assisting the operations teams in tenant and customer negotiations. Must be able to identify and discuss legal and business issues and assist the teams in resolving such issues in the best interest of the company. Providing advice to the leasing, operations, and development teams in the avoidance of legal disputes including client/tenant legal issues, tenant leases, insurance and risk management related matters, tenant defaults and other miscellaneous legal matters. Manage local property management staff on tenant operational/lease issues, landlord/tenant matters, collection activities, and other operational matters. Providing guidance and advice on legal aspects of leases, vendor agreements, construction contracts and other general real estate matters. Providing general legal support and litigation guidance to corporate and operational departments (e.g., marketing, management, procurement, IT, etc.) as necessary. Participating in the development and interpretation of company operating policies. Providing general legal services on other miscellaneous matters that may arise from time to time. Coordinating and overseeing outside counsel to the extent necessary. Preparing and providing training sessions for employees on various topics in order to mitigate litigation risks and costs.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school located in the United States. Current license in good standing to practice law in New York and/or New Jersey. Demonstrated experience in analyzing, drafting and negotiating contracts, responding to governmental inquiries and providing legal guidance in the areas of landlord/tenant litigation, construction litigation, and contracts. 5+ years of progressively responsible experience representing clients in real estate litigation matters. Law firm experience preferred. Must possess strong legal research, and analytical skills. The ability to independently manage matters and prioritize to meet competing deadlines. Property management experience a plus. Must know when to appropriately escalate issues to the General Counsel as necessary. Be able to work collaboratively and effectively in a fast-paced environment with shifting deadlines and priorities. Ability to work well under pressure and maintain composure without compromising quality of work. Possess highly effective verbal and written communication skills to successfully interact with senior leadership, management, physicians, regulators and outside counsel. Skilled in the use of Westlaw or Lexis/Nexis and Microsoft Office Suite. Ability to maintain confidentiality of information at all times.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Senior Corporate Counsel

San Jose CA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will support the company's commercial contracting activities, including sales, marketing, service and operations. Will draft, review, analyze, modify and negotiate a variety of complex commercial agreements, including sales, marketing and operations agreements. Interpret contract requirements, obligations and risk exposure and advising on the same. Collaborate with finance, sales operations, deal desk, product operations, support, security and other business units at all levels throughout the organization to ensure that agreements adequately protect the company's interests. Support the continuous improvement of standard forms of agreement and legal processes. Be a trusted business partner, providing timely, thoughtful and helpful responses to requests from internal customers. Counsel internal customers regarding company policies, legal issues, and risk tolerance. Manage a corporate paralegal.

The candidate should have an undergraduate degree and law degree from highly-regarded school. Active membership in at least one US State Bar is required. Must have 7+ years of relevant legal experience, including major law firm and in-house counsel experience. Prior experience negotiating sales agreements for a technology company (including both hardware and software products) in a distribution/channel model (i.e., selling through OEMs, distributors and resellers) is strongly preferred. Prior experience with service agreements, supply agreements and/or real estate agreements is a plus. Experience with complex international transactions is needed. Strong understanding of commercial and financial implications of contract provisions is essential.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16
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UHNW Tax & Estate Planning Attorney
Refer job# GYSN145555
 
UHNW Tax & Estate Planning Attorney Duties: Helping Private Wealth Advisors (PWAs), and other Financial Advisors (FAs) with UHNW clients, identify appropriate client opportunities for Family Office Resources (FOR). Managing the end-to-end advisor and client experience of FOR Resources. Coordinating comprehensive and integrated planning across teams of FOR specialists, and across divisions, to address each clients unique and evolving needs (e.g., family dynamics; philanthropic and charitable planning; business succession planning; cash flow modeling and liquidity management; estate, gift, and generation skipping tax planning; income tax planning; retirement and educational tax planning; asset protection and risk management; executive compensation and benefits). Working with regional and local branch management to identify and support business development initiatives around UHNW clients and prospects. Proactively engaging and building relationships with advisors and clients who do not engage FOR today, but may benefit from FOR capabilities. Keeping current all client relationship management (CRM) data and dossiers across FOR. Acting as a and FOR ambassador by making presentations at various internal and external forums. Participating in client VIP and recruit meetings.

Qualifications: Advanced degrees (e.g., JD Degree) required. Series 7 and 66 required, 24 preferred. 10+ years industry experience. Experience in working with ultra-high net worth individuals with a net worth of 10M or more is required (e.g., SFO or MFO professional; private bank professional; trust, tax & estate attorney or accountant, etc.). Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills. Extensive travel required.
 
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Deputy General Counsel - Global Contracts
Refer job# UWTT145556
 
Deputy General Counsel - Global Contracts The candidate responsibilities will include: Manage risk, ensure compliance while building trust and integrity into everything we do. Manage a team of legal professionals in negotiating on prem, SaaS (Cloud), partner and other agreements involving a variety of complex and evolving issues. Provide support for key business initiatives and transactional process improvements. Interact daily with customers, partners, senior executives and other internal clients across multiple organizations, including Sales, Finance, Customer Success and Security. Manage a team of legal professionals in the negotiation of complex on prem, SaaS (Cloud) and partner agreements. Provide business and legal advice for issues and risks related to contracting processes, including approval matrices, company policies and procedures, and IP and regulatory requirements. Collaborate with other members of the legal team to ensure business needs are met and to improve transactional processes. Drive business and efficiency initiatives and projects, as required. Should have 15+ years of relevant legal experience at a leading law-firm and/or in-house experience, with a minimum of 5 years of people leadership experience in building, running and/or developing high performing teams. Experience with enterprise software and SaaS businesses is required. Must have substantial experience negotiating complex on prem, SaaS (Cloud) and partner agreements. JD degree and excellent academic credentials. Must have California Bar admission in good standing (or Registered In-House Counsel status with California State Bar). An experienced team leader, ready to drive results and develop successful legal professionals, preferably with experience managing teams of 15 or more legal professionals across geographies preferred. Substantial experience relating to software and SaaS centric issues, such as revenue recognition, tax, privacy, security, HIPAA, GDPR, intellectual property rights, etc., preferably with US and international enterprises and public sector entities desired. Knowledge and understanding of DocuSign a plus.
 
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Senior Director, Associate General Counsel Corporate Governance
Refer job# WQCY145557
 
Senior Director, Associate General Counsel Corporate Governance Duties: Day-to-day management and operation of the Corporate Secretary function. Advising on and supporting corporate securities and SEC reporting, corporate law and compliance matters, including preparing and reviewing SEC periodic reports, proxy statements, annual reports, earnings releases/calls, investor presentations and corporate press releases. Advising on Regulation S-K, Regulation FD, Non-GAAP measures disclosure, risk factors and litigation disclosures, and analysis of D&O, Conflicts, Independence and Regulatory Questionnaires. Preparing the annual proxy statement, with primary responsibility for governance related disclosures and responses to shareholder proposals, including no-action requests for exclusion of proposals. Advising on compliance with insider trading laws, including Section 16 filings, application of quarterly and event trading restrictions and review of written trading plans. Monitoring new rulemaking on securities regulations, disclosures and governance matters and other best practices and making recommendations for their adoption by the organization. Advising on US and international corporate governance matters, including Delaware corporate law questions, charter and bylaw provisions, governance guidelines, independence and related party transactional matters, and Board committee charters, and assisting with general corporate law matters. Supporting the ED in providing advice to auditors and regulators, and preparing for, participating in, and remediating findings resulting from regulatory examinations. Implementing the annual self-evaluation process for the Board and its committees and making recommendations to the Governance Committee. Supporting global corporate initiatives and subsidiary management, including coordination of domestic and foreign subsidiary board and shareholder meetings, materials and approvals, and state corporate filings. Advising on compliance with the Commitment and Signing Authority Policy, including providing advice on matters requiring approval and making recommendations for enhancements to the process. Providing accurate and reliable corporate information to employees, investors and analysts, such as background on CME Groups corporate governance program and practices. Collaborating with, advising, and supporting a broad range of departments and functions, including Accounting, Tax, Treasury, Investor Relations and others as needed. Drafting minutes, resolutions, approvals for the Board of Directors, shareholders and Board committees while recognizing the regulatory implications of the documentation. Assisting on other matters as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited law school with excellent academic credentials; admitted to US Bar (preferably IL or NY). 10+ years of experience at a law firm and/or in-house corporate environment with a sophisticated international securities/corporate governance/corporate finance practice. Substantial experience in corporate securities ( 33 and 34 Act) and corporate governance. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a team across jurisdictions and ability to foster strong working relationships, including management experience. Strong written and verbal communication skills; highly professional in interactions, demeanor and presentation. Confident and decisive in stressful situations and tight timeframes; utilizes good judgment and demonstrates maturity, tact and diplomacy; maintains confidences and utilizes the utmost in discretion. Excellent management skills, experience and business judgment with a capacity to make decisions and give advice which demonstrates an understanding of overall business objectives and the risks/rewards of each situation. Proactive personality, eager to learn new areas of the law and committed to understanding the industry and the companys business. Solid project management skills, including ability to manage several competing assignments and perform assignments accurately and in a timely manner. Ability to communicate effectively with a non-legal audience, including individuals at the C-Suite level, is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Employment And Labor Counsel
Refer job# NPZM145558
 
Employment And Labor Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include: Provide advice and counsel across all subsidiaries of TRT Holdings concerning human resources related issues, including wrongful termination, discrimination, disability accommodations, wage-hour, compliance with local laws and ordinances and labor-related matters including union avoidance. Supervise and/or partner with internal business teams and outside counsel in most effective and efficient manner. Identify, select and manage outside counsel where necessary for labor and employment issues. Monitor compliance with negotiated union contracts. Perform risk assessments and preventive labor training where necessary. Conduct and provide counsel on internal investigations of employment and labor-related complaints, ensuring claims are addressed promptly, thoroughly and appropriately. Partner with field-based resources to investigate and prepare responses to EEOC and state fair employment agency discrimination charges and other types of employment-related agency complaints such as federal and state departments of labor and health & safety agencies. Support and drive compliance and process development efforts to mitigate risk and enforce agreements. Analyze, draft, review and revise agreements governing employment relationships, union side agreements and contracts and labor relations matters as well as other types of contracts. Provide general legal support, advice and assistance to the legal department and operating businesses as needed. Should have 12+ years of experience focused on employment and labor law, with significant time devoted to advice and counseling in both areas. JD degree from accredited law school required. Active state bar license, TX preferred. Must be experienced strategist and negotiator for collective bargaining agreements. Must have experience performing investigations and judging credibility.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel - Insurance Products Tax and Employee Benefits Tax
Refer job# TCQF145559
 
Senior Counsel - Insurance Products Tax and Employee Benefits Tax The candidate will be responsible for the tax aspects of various company sponsored products in the Group and Global Employee Benefits markets. Will provide legal guidance on the tax and ERISA aspects of new or proposed products. Provide tax and ERISA guidance and review for all aspects of product operations, including answers to customer questions and advice on administrative or operational errors. Proper administration of the products from a tax perspective, including: drafting forms and disclosures (e.g., death claim forms, re-characterization request forms, withdrawal forms, etc.); drafting written procedures; resolving administrative errors, resolving various customer issues; and complaints. Administration of ex-patriate health and welfare insurance for client relationship managers. Compliance and consulting services for procedures related to the administration of the products; resolving customer complaints; error correction and exception requests. Communications and other sales material submissions related to annuities. ERISA and tax related matters on pension plan investment matters. Employment tax related compliance matters, including the determination of taxation of compensation, fringe benefits and payroll related items. Legislation affecting employee benefits taxation and outline same for legal department and internal business partners to ascertain the impact to the internal company sponsored employee benefit plans and the impact to the products offered to the customers. Various employment tax controversy matters, including federal, state and local audits. Employment tax related notices from federal, state and local taxing authorities. Development of training materials for internal business partners for administering the internal employee benefit plans and customer products, such as ERISA, HIPAA and ACA. Responding to ERISA inquiries from internal client relationship matters on Form 5500, Schedule A reporting. Preparation of restated plan documents related to products sold to customers. Tax aspects of designing and administering: Critical illness, Accelerated Death Benefit riders, Hospital Indemnity Insurance, and Long Term Care regarding the tax aspects of administering the remaining block of LTC business.

The candidate should have a JD degree. Admission to a State Bar Association is essential. Should have 7+ years of experience working on U.S. tax and ERISA issues in the employee benefits area for a large employer and/or in an internal employee benefits/legal capacity for an insurance company or a financial services company.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZBKQ145560
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate reports directly to the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel. The primary purpose of this role is to advise and provide legal support to in-house clients on legal and regulatory issues involving company Business Units and assist the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel as required on issues involving legal and risk management issues associated with the BU business, products and services. Also draft, negotiate, or approve commercial agreements as well as provide regulatory guidance as requested by the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel. Knowledge of and experience providing legal advice on a variety of topics relating to data privacy, data sharing and corporate transactions as well as cybersecurity. Assist company personnel in evaluating impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance, and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on product features. Assist in the creation and management of company policies and procedures, as well as other company documentation such as training materials. Support data and privacy incident response. Integrates with the business to provide sound, practical guidance and solutions. Advises company regarding risk issues.Supports the company Vision and Values in achieving performance. All other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

The candidate should have Undergraduate degree and JD (must be from an accredited law school). Must be admitted to at least one state bar in the United States. CIPP certification is a plus. Should have 1+ year of experience practicing law. Knowledge preferred: HIPAA; Payers, insurance companies and pharmaceuticals TCPA GDPR is a plus; CCPA. Prior exposure to IT and intellectual property issues in software services sector is preferred. Knowledge of general corporate and compliance issues is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# IWWG145561
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate reports directly to the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel. The primary purpose of this role is to advise and provide legal support to in-house clients on legal and regulatory issues involving company Business Units and assist the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel as required on issues involving legal and risk management issues associated with the BU business, products and services. Also draft, negotiate, or approve commercial agreements as well as provide regulatory guidance as requested by the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel. Knowledge of and experience providing legal advice on a variety of topics relating to data privacy, data sharing and corporate transactions as well as cybersecurity. Assist company personnel in evaluating impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance, and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on product features. Assist in the creation and management of company policies and procedures, as well as other company documentation such as training materials. Support data and privacy incident response. Integrates with the business to provide sound, practical guidance and solutions. Advises company regarding risk issues.Supports the company Vision and Values in achieving performance. All other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

The candidate should have Undergraduate degree and JD (must be from an accredited law school). Must be admitted to at least one state bar in the United States. CIPP certification is a plus. Should have 1+ year of experience practicing law. Knowledge preferred: HIPAA; Payers, insurance companies and pharmaceuticals TCPA GDPR is a plus; CCPA. Prior exposure to IT and intellectual property issues in software services sector is preferred. Knowledge of general corporate and compliance issues is desired.
 
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Associate General Counsel - Legal and Corporate Affairs
Refer job# YXZF145562
 
Associate General Counsel - Legal and Corporate Affairs Duties: Supervise and independently facilitate handling of all employment-related matters, including internal investigations, agency charges, litigation, and arbitration on behalf of AB and its U.S. subsidiaries. Work with outside counsel to defend employment lawsuits throughout the US. Advise and counsel AB People Department and management on all employment-related matters, including hiring, pay practices, performance management, and leaves of absence. Collaborate with AB People Department to ensure compliance with various Federal, State, and local employment laws in personnel policy creation and administration. Some travel required.

Qualifications: J.D. from accredited law school is required. Member of the Missouri Bar or willing to seek admission. 5+ years of employment litigation and counseling experience in a law firm or corporate legal department. Arbitration and/or trial experience highly preferred. Highly skilled in providing client counseling on strategic employee relations initiatives and advising all levels of human resources on a broad array of employment matters. In-depth knowledge of laws and regulatory environment affecting employment matters. Experience in agency audits and investigations. Excellent written and oral communication skills, including presentation skills. Strong negotiating skills. Demonstrated ability to efficiently manage a substantial number of litigation and counseling matters on tight deadlines.
 
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Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# VRTP145563
 
Real Estate Attorney Duties: Working under the guidance of the General Counsel, will be responsible for: Drafting and negotiating settlement agreements, deferral agreements, tolling agreements, amendments, NDAs, and other agreements. Drafting demand and default letters and other pre-litigation communications. Making NYC based Landlord/Tenant court appearances. Negotiating with attorneys and business representatives regarding third party disputes. Coordinating with business representatives regarding ADA compliance. Addressing public access issues. Responding to subpoenas and government inquiries. Coordinating responses to discovery in conjunction with outside counsel. Assisting the leasing, development, and operations teams in interpreting contract language and avoiding lease violations. Reviewing leases, amendments, letters of credit, and other legal documents in relation to disputes or to avoid litigation. Assisting the operations teams in tenant and customer negotiations. Must be able to identify and discuss legal and business issues and assist the teams in resolving such issues in the best interest of the company. Providing advice to the leasing, operations, and development teams in the avoidance of legal disputes including client/tenant legal issues, tenant leases, insurance and risk management related matters, tenant defaults and other miscellaneous legal matters. Manage local property management staff on tenant operational/lease issues, landlord/tenant matters, collection activities, and other operational matters. Providing guidance and advice on legal aspects of leases, vendor agreements, construction contracts and other general real estate matters. Providing general legal support and litigation guidance to corporate and operational departments (e.g., marketing, management, procurement, IT, etc.) as necessary. Participating in the development and interpretation of company operating policies. Providing general legal services on other miscellaneous matters that may arise from time to time. Coordinating and overseeing outside counsel to the extent necessary. Preparing and providing training sessions for employees on various topics in order to mitigate litigation risks and costs.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school located in the United States. Current license in good standing to practice law in New York and/or New Jersey. Demonstrated experience in analyzing, drafting and negotiating contracts, responding to governmental inquiries and providing legal guidance in the areas of landlord/tenant litigation, construction litigation, and contracts. 5+ years of progressively responsible experience representing clients in real estate litigation matters. Law firm experience preferred. Must possess strong legal research, and analytical skills. The ability to independently manage matters and prioritize to meet competing deadlines. Property management experience a plus. Must know when to appropriately escalate issues to the General Counsel as necessary. Be able to work collaboratively and effectively in a fast-paced environment with shifting deadlines and priorities. Ability to work well under pressure and maintain composure without compromising quality of work. Possess highly effective verbal and written communication skills to successfully interact with senior leadership, management, physicians, regulators and outside counsel. Skilled in the use of Westlaw or Lexis/Nexis and Microsoft Office Suite. Ability to maintain confidentiality of information at all times.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NNJK145564
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will support the company's commercial contracting activities, including sales, marketing, service and operations. Will draft, review, analyze, modify and negotiate a variety of complex commercial agreements, including sales, marketing and operations agreements. Interpret contract requirements, obligations and risk exposure and advising on the same. Collaborate with finance, sales operations, deal desk, product operations, support, security and other business units at all levels throughout the organization to ensure that agreements adequately protect the company's interests. Support the continuous improvement of standard forms of agreement and legal processes. Be a trusted business partner, providing timely, thoughtful and helpful responses to requests from internal customers. Counsel internal customers regarding company policies, legal issues, and risk tolerance. Manage a corporate paralegal.

The candidate should have an undergraduate degree and law degree from highly-regarded school. Active membership in at least one US State Bar is required. Must have 7+ years of relevant legal experience, including major law firm and in-house counsel experience. Prior experience negotiating sales agreements for a technology company (including both hardware and software products) in a distribution/channel model (i.e., selling through OEMs, distributors and resellers) is strongly preferred. Prior experience with service agreements, supply agreements and/or real estate agreements is a plus. Experience with complex international transactions is needed. Strong understanding of commercial and financial implications of contract provisions is essential.
 
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