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Corporate Counsel 5

Tualatin OR Corporate Counsel 5 Responsibilities: Negotiate, prepare, and draft complex direct and indirect materials and services purchasing, warehousing, logistics, and collaboration agreements. Advise supply chain and other business units to achieve business objectives while protecting Lam s confidential information and intellectual property rights. Provide strategic and transaction support and partnership to management and operations in support of company vision and other objectives. Contribute to and assist in developing and delivering training, communications, playbooks, contract templates, processes and procedures for providing effective and efficient legal support. Provide timely and effective legal advice on a wide variety of corporate and commercial legal issues, including commercial, intellectual property, data security and privacy, antitrust, environmental, health and safety; and product safety laws. Provide timely general legal support as assigned. Monitor and communicate legal developments, follow up or escalate as applicable to ensure business has process to comply; monitor, communicate, and follow up on such developments. Interpret and communicate requirements to business units under identified company policies. Domestic and international travel may be required.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent from a top law school. Bar membership; Oregon or California bar membership preferred. 5+ years of experience, including significant experience providing legal support for a multinational company. Strong contracts, process experience, antitrust, and ethics and compliance knowledge. Background or experience in the semiconductor equipment and/or semiconductor industry is a plus. Technical or engineering background is a plus. Ability to work in a digitized environment (such as contract authoring tools etc. ). Demonstrated expert knowledge and command of commercial and outsourcing law, with 5+ years practice in a US state preferably in either a law firm or in a responsible in-house position. Demonstrated experience and strength with contract drafting and negotiation. Highly effective team player who can implement a shared vision, energize others, challenge the status quo and drive change within the organizations. Strong process experience & orientation organized and results-oriented. Have excellent English oral and written communication skills, and the ability to discuss and explain complex technical and legal matters with legal and non-legal business partners/stakeholders. Create high quality documents ?similar skills in Chinese, Korean or Japanese language would be a plus. Be able to work successfully across time zones and cultures to support significant international operations and coordinate with remote resources. Partner successfully with other business groups to achieve corporate objectives. Successfully work and manage in a highly matrixed environment. Be adept at balancing multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment. Work independently with limited supervision. Be creative, innovative, accessible and approachable. Work hard and be nice while exercising influence and authority when appropriate; must play well with others. A good sense of humor will certainly help. Experience supporting materials and other direct sourcing will also be considered. Experience in real estate or construction law will also be considered.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-09

Compliance Counsel

Kansas City MO Compliance Counsel Duties: Assist the Compliance Department in the implementation of the Compliance program Help oversee compliance activities at locations outside the City metropolitan area, including those related to HIPAA Privacy, in accordance with policies and procedures as well as applicable state, federal, and local laws, rules, and regulations. Research and advise on federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations that impact all agencies including HIPAA and TCPA. Provide other legal research as assigned by the VP, Compliance Counsel & Privacy Officer. Conduct contract reviews and drafting of legal documents as assigned by the VP, Compliance Counsel & Privacy Officer. Aid in the development of policies and procedures consistent with established legal principles and requirements. Escalate compliance and privacy concerns to the VP, Compliance Counsel & Privacy Officer and other upper Compliance Management. Assess product, compliance, privacy or operational risks and contribute to risk management strategies. Monitor, track and provide regular reports on compliance activities at locations outside the City Metropolitan area to keep Compliance Management informed of compliance and privacy concerns and the status of remediation activities. Partner with the VP, Compliance Counsel & Privacy Officer and Training Specialists to provide compliance and regulatory training (e.g., TCPA and Privacy) at locations as needed.. Perform HIPAA Privacy desk audits and work with the VP, Compliance Counsel & Privacy Officer in resolving any HIPAA issues that occur. Support other business audit requirements as needed. Contribute to the annual Compliance Work Plan. Maintain knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules and regulations to ensure compliance practices.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited law school with admittance to at least one state bar in good standing. 5+ years of similar or related work experience to the Compliance Counsel position. Thorough understanding and knowledge of HIPAA and TCPA. Prior experience in health insurance compliance. HIPAA Privacy Officer experience preferred. Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to record detailed information thoroughly and accurately. Ability to work independently and with coworkers and share knowledge as part of a team. Well-developed interpersonal skills, ability to get along well in diverse cultures with diverse personalities whether local or virtual. Ability to establish credibility and be decisive as well as responsive ?and able to recognize and support the organization's preferences and priorities. Strong attention to detail. Acute listening skills. Excellent legal research skills. Self-motivated.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-09

Associate General Counsel - Labor & Employment

Providence RI Associate General Counsel - Labor & Employment Duties: Provides in-house legal counsel on labor and employment related matters, which may include, but not limited to, wage and hour law, workers compensation, employee benefits, executive employment agreements, immigration and policy related issues and generally supports the General Counsel. Provides legal support on labor matters, including union avoidance strategy and training, organizing campaigns and negotiating collective bargaining agreements. Drafts and submits the company s responses to administrative agency complaints. Provides counsel on US immigration matters. Ensures compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and policies. Independently handles legal matters and projects ranging from basic to complex. Supervises, manages and evaluates outside counsel on employment related matters, including labor and employment litigation. Establishes and maintains relationships, credibility and trust with clients, stakeholders, legal team members and other colleagues. Develops and delivers training on new and emerging issues relating to labor and employment legal issues. Perform other tasks as assigned from time to time by the General Counsel.

Qualifications: Must have a JD degree from an accredited law school. Must have 10+ years of substantive labor and employment experience with a corporate legal department or a nationally recognized law firm. Prefer candidate with experience in counseling clients on labor and employment matters. Committed to being a legal business partner to internal clients. Strong writing skills required. Strong communication skills required. Knowledge of immigration law.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-09

Corporate Counsel

Chicago IL Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Review, draft, and negotiate a broad range of sales, partner, distribution, and procurement agreements. Advise the business on a variety of topics such as health care regulations, privacy and data sharing, employment matters, and corporate transactions. Consult and assist with a variety of corporate legal processes (e.g. corporate governance, intellectual property, mergers & acquisitions, financings, compliance, lawsuits, etc.) Develop company policy and position on legal issues. Anticipate and guard company against legal risks. Guide internal stakeholders and ensure compliance with rules and regulations.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited U.S. law school and good standing with at least one U.S. state Bar. 4-8 years of law firm and/or in-house legal department experience, preferably in technology or startup environment. Highly skilled in drafting, reviewing, and negotiating complex commercial agreements with clients, partners, and vendors with minimal supervision. Proven understanding of healthcare regulations, including but not limited to HIPAA, Stark, and Anti-kickback regulations. Excellent negotiation, communication, and writing skills. Analytical ability and strong attention to detail. Be able to think outside the box using business and common sense to replace no, because  with yes, if . Willingness to roll up your sleeves and do all levels of legal work.
Legal 4 - 8 Full-time 2020-07-09

General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer

Charlotte NC General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer Responsibilities: Advising executive, senior management and board on various matters such as legal rights, and new and existing laws. Managing organization s legal matters including designing and oversee the company s policy and position on legal matters. Examining and creating draft agreements, such as employment, customer and vendor agreements. Maintaining knowledge of organization s operations and legal documents. Conducting legal research and reviewing company s litigation strategy pertaining to legal actions. Promulgating and creating directives of corporate acts and decisions. Preserving all corporate records. Handling statutory filings, such as licensing forms. Liaising with outside counsel regarding their assignments. Creating new entities and managing organization s intellectual property. Prepare the appropriate legal documents for trial or court proceedings. Evaluate new business partnerships with vendors and subcontractors. Represent the company in legal proceedings. Protect the company against legal risks and violations. Examine the legal issues related to new products and services. Negotiate deals on behalf of the company. Guide management on regulatory and compliance issues to ensure compliance with legal regulations. Initiating the review and negotiation of all commercial agreements, including supplier s agreements and partnership agreements. Responsible for the creation of suitable templates tailored to the business needs. Maintaining a repository of legal compliance agreements and commercial contracts entered into by the Company to ensure state and federal compliance. Ensuring that the Company is compliant with its data protection obligations, including (but not limited to), requests for personal data, subpoenaed data requests, court requests, DSARs, privacy policies, privacy assessments and data processing agreements. Training staff and maintaining a library of relevant legal and compliance requirements as it relates to compliance to avoid risks. Leading on compliance projects as they arise, supported by internal stakeholders, including but not limited to ensuring that any governmental or court requests are complied with in a lawful and timely manner. Reviewing internal rules and related procedures published by the company. Design and implement various policies and procedures, if applicable. Work closely with the various departments in the company and providing recommendations and comprehensive legal and compliance support where required, including state and federal level laws and regulations. Lead and successfully execute all current and any new compliance or industry certifications as required (e.g. ISO, SOC2, IEEE, etc. type certifications).

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school. 4+ years practice with an established law firm and/or 4+ years prior experience as a corporate lawyer. Proficient legal experience in fund investments, private equity owned business, SaaS software and M&A. Experience with corporate governance issues and corporate secretarial duties. Ability to work calmly under pressure, ensuring sound advice and guidance given. Collaborative working, liaising with Senior stakeholders and members of the Executive team of directors. Solutions driven with the ability to work independently within minimal supervision. Knowledge of general global Consumer Protection Regulations, Marketing, general Advertising Standards and Package Travel Regulations. Excellent knowledge of data protection laws including PECR, GDPR, the California Consumer Privacy Act 2018 or ability to acquire such knowledge. Experience of managing compliance functions. Prior US employment law experience. Corporate law, Dispute Resolution and Intellectual Property law experience an advantage. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Commercially minded with an ability to actively engage within the business. Organized and able to prioritize workload efficiently. Proactive, responsive and efficient. Deadline: 04-Sep-2020 (MST)
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-09

Corporate Counsel

Germantown MD Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Providing support for the HughesNet consumer business in the areas of advertising claims, third party website use, privacy and PCI rules, as well as providing guidance on the protection of consumer data. Structuring and drafting agreements to support the HughesNet consumer Internet access business. This includes subscriber agreements directly with consumers, as well as agreements with sales agents and dealers and distributors. Advising the business on current privacy laws and assuring company remains in compliance. Advising the business on other applicable laws and regulations affecting the HughesNet consumer service. This includes compliance with TCPA and FCRA requirements. Developing and providing training to marketing and sales on compliance issues affecting the HughesNet consumer business. Maintaining working knowledge of Federal Trade Commission (FTC) advertising policies. Drafting and negotiation of agreements with installation and maintenance subcontractors Structuring and drafting complex contracts for large and medium enterprises. (from proposal development through close-out). Working closely with business teams on contract procurements and transactions. Communicating and advising on potential risks and reducing company exposure. Other duties as assigned.

Requirements: Must be a licensed attorney with a JD Degree from an accredited law school and an excellent academic record. 3-6 years of legal experience with a large national or regional law firm or corporation. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience advising a large consumer focused organization on laws and regulations relating to privacy, extension of credit, telemarketing, net neutrality, claims substantiation and disclaimers. Outstanding interpersonal skills to effectively build relationships and interact with individuals at all levels including senior management and applicable government officials. Customer oriented with collaborative communication and problem-solving skills; solid organization skills, detail orientation and a drive to continuously improve. Clear and persuasive communicator, orally and in writing. Eager to learn. Familiar with representing a sales organization and will have extensive experience structuring, drafting and negotiating complex contracts. Experience with drafting satellite or telecommunications-related contracts a plus. Familiarity with technology, especially involving telecommunications and Internet access services. Excellent writing, project management, organizational, and interpersonal skills. Must have a demonstrated ability to prioritize and meet critical deadlines in a fast-paced work environment, provide practical legal advice and display a high degree of initiative, discretion, integrity, and judgment.
Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2020-07-09

Corporate Counsel

Los Angeles CA Corporate Counsel Duties: Provide advice, guidance and counsel to Marketing, Sales, Supply Chain Management, Regulatory Compliance/Safety and Quality, affiliates executive leadership, and other relevant functions on management and marketing strategies, product labeling, communications, and policies, practices and initiatives with respect to compliance with relevant biotechnology and food/agribusiness laws, guidance documents or opinions, and industry codes (USDA, FIFRA, FDA, EPA, etc.). Advise internal clients on projects, initiatives, and communications regarding products pending FDA approval Assist with drafting, negotiating, reviewing, and analyzing agreements Interpret key contractual provisions in light of the CJ America s business objectives and business operations considerations, as well as legal or regulatory requirements, and advise internal clients on the ramifications of such provisions Assist in creating and improving agreements and templates for corporate and strategic matters Engage strategically in risk assessment and mitigation and developing innovative approaches to legal issues in support of business objectives Manage all corporate transactional work, including financings, M&A, and other strategic corporate transactions, and partner with the business on deal structure and LOI terms; lead deal agreement drafting and negotiation, and manage due diligence as well as deal process and execution Advise and support on corporate governance-related matters (Support corporate governance and administration of corporate records, including preparing corporate resolutions and other corporate documents) Manage outside counsels Support a wide range of transactional and related corporate legal matters such as real estate and property acquisitions and leases, mergers and acquisitions, labor/employment law, and other miscellaneous matters as they arise, such as banking, corporate compliance, and litigation management. Monitor and analyze new and developing laws, regulations and enforcement activity within the biotechnology industry and incorporate learnings into internal education, messaging and policy development efforts. Assist in trainings and presentations to company on legal issues and policies.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a top accredited law school with strong academic credentials. Admitted to practice in California or admitted as Registered In-House Counsel in California. 5-8 years legal practice experience with 2 or greater years in the Biotechnology/Agribusiness. Experience in drafting and negotiating agreements and contracts and providing legal advice on general corporate matters in the biotechnology industry. Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills. Well-organized and hardworking, with the ability to manage numerous projects simultaneously under deadline pressure. Detailed-oriented with a high level of intellectual, professional and interpersonal agility and flexibility, with the ability to handle ambiguity, combined with strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Team-oriented, ability to form strong working relationships with partners and employees while maintaining firm adherence to proper legal standards and use sound judgement. A can do , problem solving approach looking for the win-win  in dealing with internal members/departments and external counsel, customers and vendors. Ability to lead a team as well as work independently and as a member of a project team. Demonstrated leader and strategic thinker, with a bias to action, the ability to resolve conflict, and operating with determination, passion and a positive attitude.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2020-07-09

General Counsel Employment

Atlanta GA General Counsel Employment The candidate will cost effectively manage and direct outside counsel, including taking the lead in developing strategy and tactics for complex employee litigation matters. Handle smaller employment litigation matters directly. Draft and review, and suggest improvements to labor and employment, immigration and other related policies, procedures and guidelines. Provide due diligence on labor related aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Support and contribute to HR Legal team's annual objectives, the Company and Human Resource teams initiatives, and work on continuous improvement of our policies and processes. Assist in development and implementation of employment and labor-related company policies and programs. Review all reduction in force and employee terminations. Be a business partner, driving business growth through different forms of negotiation. Be aware of cognizant of risk - but help the business achieve its objectives. Participate in, review, and lead all levels of Business Conduct reviews. Perform due diligence on compensation reviews to ensure there is no adverse impact. Be a leading voice on diversity and how we can drive it better HON wide. Should have Juris Doctor. Should be admitted to US bar. Should have 7 + years of experience practicing labor and employment. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-07

Chief Compliance Officer, Senior Legal Counsel

Houston TX Chief Compliance Officer, Senior Legal Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Enhance the Companys compliance program and ensure its implementation. Build strong relationships with board members, executives, senior management, operations and other staff in all global locations to further the purpose of the role; work across functions, regions and business units to effectively further the Companys compliance program. Provide strategic guidance and representation to senior management and business segments on the changing requirements related to compliance, including anti-corruption, export controls, sanctions, antitrust, insider trading, data privacy, records retention and related areas. Oversee and ensure appropriate processes and procedures for compliance case intake and resolution, including responses to the Companys ethics and compliance hotline reports and the investigation and closure of matters. Provide oversight, guidance, and coordination of effective internal audit, investigations, risk assessments and compliance reviews. Provide oversight and guidance on the effective response to detected problems and provide recommendations for corrective action as appropriate. Identify and provide oversight and coordination of compliance partners responsible for compliance and ethics related activities across the organization and provide communication, training and guidance on the program and compliance and ethics related matters. Plan, develop, monitor, revise and implement compliance initiatives in response to changes in the law; consult with operational and functional teams to ensure program effectiveness. Direct and develop multifaceted compliance educational and training programs. Act as Company point of contact for Government agency representatives regarding requests for information, subpoenas, disclosures, commodity jurisdiction/classification requests, requests for advisory opinions and other similar matters, working with appropriate business counsel. Serve as the in-house expert on global export controls and import laws and regulations, primarily pertaining to ITAR and dual-use products and technologies, as well as global sanctions programs and prepare, submit and administer or otherwise supervise external counsel with respect to various International Traffic in Arms (ITAR) filings, including DSP-5 and DSP-61, DSP-73 and Technical Assistance Agreements (TAA) applications and amendments. Must have J.D. from an accredited law school. Should have Licensed to practice law in any U.S. or other accredited jurisdiction. Must have 10+ years of prior experience, with at least 2 years dedicated as an in-house attorney overseeing a global compliance program. Export control-related experience and expertise in EAR, ITAR, OFAC, EU Trade Regulations, global sanctions programs, and U.S. and EU Customs compliance requirements. A working knowledge of ITAR is essential. Should have experience in anti-corruption, antitrust compliance, and records retention compliance. Experience in regulated environments is a plus. Must have experience conducting internal investigations. Should have experience in leading and working with global diverse teams. Must have knowledge of concepts, practices, principles and procedures of strategic business planning and reporting. Should have knowledge of and the ability to interpret and advise on laws and regulations in the countries affecting business operations. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-07

Compliance Senior Counsel, Investigations

Washington DC Compliance Senior Counsel, Investigations The candidate will be Director-level position responsible for conducting confidential internal investigations on behalf of. Will report to the Vice President, Global Compliance Investigations, and focus on investigations in the US/Canada (US/CAN) region. Work closely and collaboratively with global and US/CAN regional legal and compliance team members, and manage outside counsel, as well as external investigation-related vendors and consultants. Evaluate and manage hotline and non-hotline complaints and other potential compliance issues, including assessing the matter upfront, triaging matters to the appropriate team member or function, and developing work plans for items handled by the global compliance investigations team. Lead and conduct internal investigations, including document review and analysis, interviews, media research, email review, and leveraging other investigation resources as needed, as well as developing findings and memorializing these efforts and final conclusions. Engage and oversee outside counsel, including regular contact with outside counsel, auditors, consultants and vendors. Present findings of all US/CAN investigations to relevant disciplinary committees and other relevant stakeholders. Work with the Vice President, Global Compliance Investigations, to provide regular updates on investigations and findings to the Chief Compliance Officer, General Counsel, and other senior leadership as appropriate. Actively monitor developments related to compliance, anticorruption enforcement, and other compliance-related matters, discussing with team members and drafting summaries/updates for external stakeholders. Analyze regional investigative trends and update relevant stakeholders in the region. Remain up-to-date on relevant trends and activities in the global compliance sphere within the life sciences industry. Must have Bachelors Degree. J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school is required. Should be currently admitted to practice law in at least one state in the United States or the District of Colombia. Must have 7 years post-J.D. experience, with a strong preference for experience conducting internal investigations, including AKS, FCA, and FCPA-related investigations, ideally for companies in the health care/life sciences industry. Must have experience conducting and/or participating in investigation interviews or depositions. Should have experience drafting investigation-related documents, including interview memoranda, document review protocols, investigation reports and presentations. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-07
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Corporate Counsel 5
Refer job# APUD150433
 
Corporate Counsel 5 Responsibilities: Negotiate, prepare, and draft complex direct and indirect materials and services purchasing, warehousing, logistics, and collaboration agreements. Advise supply chain and other business units to achieve business objectives while protecting Lam s confidential information and intellectual property rights. Provide strategic and transaction support and partnership to management and operations in support of company vision and other objectives. Contribute to and assist in developing and delivering training, communications, playbooks, contract templates, processes and procedures for providing effective and efficient legal support. Provide timely and effective legal advice on a wide variety of corporate and commercial legal issues, including commercial, intellectual property, data security and privacy, antitrust, environmental, health and safety; and product safety laws. Provide timely general legal support as assigned. Monitor and communicate legal developments, follow up or escalate as applicable to ensure business has process to comply; monitor, communicate, and follow up on such developments. Interpret and communicate requirements to business units under identified company policies. Domestic and international travel may be required.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent from a top law school. Bar membership; Oregon or California bar membership preferred. 5+ years of experience, including significant experience providing legal support for a multinational company. Strong contracts, process experience, antitrust, and ethics and compliance knowledge. Background or experience in the semiconductor equipment and/or semiconductor industry is a plus. Technical or engineering background is a plus. Ability to work in a digitized environment (such as contract authoring tools etc. ). Demonstrated expert knowledge and command of commercial and outsourcing law, with 5+ years practice in a US state preferably in either a law firm or in a responsible in-house position. Demonstrated experience and strength with contract drafting and negotiation. Highly effective team player who can implement a shared vision, energize others, challenge the status quo and drive change within the organizations. Strong process experience & orientation organized and results-oriented. Have excellent English oral and written communication skills, and the ability to discuss and explain complex technical and legal matters with legal and non-legal business partners/stakeholders. Create high quality documents ?similar skills in Chinese, Korean or Japanese language would be a plus. Be able to work successfully across time zones and cultures to support significant international operations and coordinate with remote resources. Partner successfully with other business groups to achieve corporate objectives. Successfully work and manage in a highly matrixed environment. Be adept at balancing multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment. Work independently with limited supervision. Be creative, innovative, accessible and approachable. Work hard and be nice while exercising influence and authority when appropriate; must play well with others. A good sense of humor will certainly help. Experience supporting materials and other direct sourcing will also be considered. Experience in real estate or construction law will also be considered.
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# FCLF150434
 
Compliance Counsel Duties: Assist the Compliance Department in the implementation of the Compliance program Help oversee compliance activities at locations outside the City metropolitan area, including those related to HIPAA Privacy, in accordance with policies and procedures as well as applicable state, federal, and local laws, rules, and regulations. Research and advise on federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations that impact all agencies including HIPAA and TCPA. Provide other legal research as assigned by the VP, Compliance Counsel & Privacy Officer. Conduct contract reviews and drafting of legal documents as assigned by the VP, Compliance Counsel & Privacy Officer. Aid in the development of policies and procedures consistent with established legal principles and requirements. Escalate compliance and privacy concerns to the VP, Compliance Counsel & Privacy Officer and other upper Compliance Management. Assess product, compliance, privacy or operational risks and contribute to risk management strategies. Monitor, track and provide regular reports on compliance activities at locations outside the City Metropolitan area to keep Compliance Management informed of compliance and privacy concerns and the status of remediation activities. Partner with the VP, Compliance Counsel & Privacy Officer and Training Specialists to provide compliance and regulatory training (e.g., TCPA and Privacy) at locations as needed.. Perform HIPAA Privacy desk audits and work with the VP, Compliance Counsel & Privacy Officer in resolving any HIPAA issues that occur. Support other business audit requirements as needed. Contribute to the annual Compliance Work Plan. Maintain knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules and regulations to ensure compliance practices.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited law school with admittance to at least one state bar in good standing. 5+ years of similar or related work experience to the Compliance Counsel position. Thorough understanding and knowledge of HIPAA and TCPA. Prior experience in health insurance compliance. HIPAA Privacy Officer experience preferred. Excellent written and verbal communication skills including the ability to record detailed information thoroughly and accurately. Ability to work independently and with coworkers and share knowledge as part of a team. Well-developed interpersonal skills, ability to get along well in diverse cultures with diverse personalities whether local or virtual. Ability to establish credibility and be decisive as well as responsive ?and able to recognize and support the organization's preferences and priorities. Strong attention to detail. Acute listening skills. Excellent legal research skills. Self-motivated.
 
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Associate General Counsel - Labor & Employment
Refer job# ASHX150435
 
Associate General Counsel - Labor & Employment Duties: Provides in-house legal counsel on labor and employment related matters, which may include, but not limited to, wage and hour law, workers compensation, employee benefits, executive employment agreements, immigration and policy related issues and generally supports the General Counsel. Provides legal support on labor matters, including union avoidance strategy and training, organizing campaigns and negotiating collective bargaining agreements. Drafts and submits the company s responses to administrative agency complaints. Provides counsel on US immigration matters. Ensures compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and policies. Independently handles legal matters and projects ranging from basic to complex. Supervises, manages and evaluates outside counsel on employment related matters, including labor and employment litigation. Establishes and maintains relationships, credibility and trust with clients, stakeholders, legal team members and other colleagues. Develops and delivers training on new and emerging issues relating to labor and employment legal issues. Perform other tasks as assigned from time to time by the General Counsel.

Qualifications: Must have a JD degree from an accredited law school. Must have 10+ years of substantive labor and employment experience with a corporate legal department or a nationally recognized law firm. Prefer candidate with experience in counseling clients on labor and employment matters. Committed to being a legal business partner to internal clients. Strong writing skills required. Strong communication skills required. Knowledge of immigration law.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ARPX150436
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Review, draft, and negotiate a broad range of sales, partner, distribution, and procurement agreements. Advise the business on a variety of topics such as health care regulations, privacy and data sharing, employment matters, and corporate transactions. Consult and assist with a variety of corporate legal processes (e.g. corporate governance, intellectual property, mergers & acquisitions, financings, compliance, lawsuits, etc.) Develop company policy and position on legal issues. Anticipate and guard company against legal risks. Guide internal stakeholders and ensure compliance with rules and regulations.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited U.S. law school and good standing with at least one U.S. state Bar. 4-8 years of law firm and/or in-house legal department experience, preferably in technology or startup environment. Highly skilled in drafting, reviewing, and negotiating complex commercial agreements with clients, partners, and vendors with minimal supervision. Proven understanding of healthcare regulations, including but not limited to HIPAA, Stark, and Anti-kickback regulations. Excellent negotiation, communication, and writing skills. Analytical ability and strong attention to detail. Be able to think outside the box using business and common sense to replace no, because  with yes, if . Willingness to roll up your sleeves and do all levels of legal work.
 
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General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer
Refer job# DVBF150437
 
General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer Responsibilities: Advising executive, senior management and board on various matters such as legal rights, and new and existing laws. Managing organization s legal matters including designing and oversee the company s policy and position on legal matters. Examining and creating draft agreements, such as employment, customer and vendor agreements. Maintaining knowledge of organization s operations and legal documents. Conducting legal research and reviewing company s litigation strategy pertaining to legal actions. Promulgating and creating directives of corporate acts and decisions. Preserving all corporate records. Handling statutory filings, such as licensing forms. Liaising with outside counsel regarding their assignments. Creating new entities and managing organization s intellectual property. Prepare the appropriate legal documents for trial or court proceedings. Evaluate new business partnerships with vendors and subcontractors. Represent the company in legal proceedings. Protect the company against legal risks and violations. Examine the legal issues related to new products and services. Negotiate deals on behalf of the company. Guide management on regulatory and compliance issues to ensure compliance with legal regulations. Initiating the review and negotiation of all commercial agreements, including supplier s agreements and partnership agreements. Responsible for the creation of suitable templates tailored to the business needs. Maintaining a repository of legal compliance agreements and commercial contracts entered into by the Company to ensure state and federal compliance. Ensuring that the Company is compliant with its data protection obligations, including (but not limited to), requests for personal data, subpoenaed data requests, court requests, DSARs, privacy policies, privacy assessments and data processing agreements. Training staff and maintaining a library of relevant legal and compliance requirements as it relates to compliance to avoid risks. Leading on compliance projects as they arise, supported by internal stakeholders, including but not limited to ensuring that any governmental or court requests are complied with in a lawful and timely manner. Reviewing internal rules and related procedures published by the company. Design and implement various policies and procedures, if applicable. Work closely with the various departments in the company and providing recommendations and comprehensive legal and compliance support where required, including state and federal level laws and regulations. Lead and successfully execute all current and any new compliance or industry certifications as required (e.g. ISO, SOC2, IEEE, etc. type certifications).

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school. 4+ years practice with an established law firm and/or 4+ years prior experience as a corporate lawyer. Proficient legal experience in fund investments, private equity owned business, SaaS software and M&A. Experience with corporate governance issues and corporate secretarial duties. Ability to work calmly under pressure, ensuring sound advice and guidance given. Collaborative working, liaising with Senior stakeholders and members of the Executive team of directors. Solutions driven with the ability to work independently within minimal supervision. Knowledge of general global Consumer Protection Regulations, Marketing, general Advertising Standards and Package Travel Regulations. Excellent knowledge of data protection laws including PECR, GDPR, the California Consumer Privacy Act 2018 or ability to acquire such knowledge. Experience of managing compliance functions. Prior US employment law experience. Corporate law, Dispute Resolution and Intellectual Property law experience an advantage. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Commercially minded with an ability to actively engage within the business. Organized and able to prioritize workload efficiently. Proactive, responsive and efficient. Deadline: 04-Sep-2020 (MST)
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KOWU150438
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Providing support for the HughesNet consumer business in the areas of advertising claims, third party website use, privacy and PCI rules, as well as providing guidance on the protection of consumer data. Structuring and drafting agreements to support the HughesNet consumer Internet access business. This includes subscriber agreements directly with consumers, as well as agreements with sales agents and dealers and distributors. Advising the business on current privacy laws and assuring company remains in compliance. Advising the business on other applicable laws and regulations affecting the HughesNet consumer service. This includes compliance with TCPA and FCRA requirements. Developing and providing training to marketing and sales on compliance issues affecting the HughesNet consumer business. Maintaining working knowledge of Federal Trade Commission (FTC) advertising policies. Drafting and negotiation of agreements with installation and maintenance subcontractors Structuring and drafting complex contracts for large and medium enterprises. (from proposal development through close-out). Working closely with business teams on contract procurements and transactions. Communicating and advising on potential risks and reducing company exposure. Other duties as assigned.

Requirements: Must be a licensed attorney with a JD Degree from an accredited law school and an excellent academic record. 3-6 years of legal experience with a large national or regional law firm or corporation. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience advising a large consumer focused organization on laws and regulations relating to privacy, extension of credit, telemarketing, net neutrality, claims substantiation and disclaimers. Outstanding interpersonal skills to effectively build relationships and interact with individuals at all levels including senior management and applicable government officials. Customer oriented with collaborative communication and problem-solving skills; solid organization skills, detail orientation and a drive to continuously improve. Clear and persuasive communicator, orally and in writing. Eager to learn. Familiar with representing a sales organization and will have extensive experience structuring, drafting and negotiating complex contracts. Experience with drafting satellite or telecommunications-related contracts a plus. Familiarity with technology, especially involving telecommunications and Internet access services. Excellent writing, project management, organizational, and interpersonal skills. Must have a demonstrated ability to prioritize and meet critical deadlines in a fast-paced work environment, provide practical legal advice and display a high degree of initiative, discretion, integrity, and judgment.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZCIX150439
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Provide advice, guidance and counsel to Marketing, Sales, Supply Chain Management, Regulatory Compliance/Safety and Quality, affiliates executive leadership, and other relevant functions on management and marketing strategies, product labeling, communications, and policies, practices and initiatives with respect to compliance with relevant biotechnology and food/agribusiness laws, guidance documents or opinions, and industry codes (USDA, FIFRA, FDA, EPA, etc.). Advise internal clients on projects, initiatives, and communications regarding products pending FDA approval Assist with drafting, negotiating, reviewing, and analyzing agreements Interpret key contractual provisions in light of the CJ America s business objectives and business operations considerations, as well as legal or regulatory requirements, and advise internal clients on the ramifications of such provisions Assist in creating and improving agreements and templates for corporate and strategic matters Engage strategically in risk assessment and mitigation and developing innovative approaches to legal issues in support of business objectives Manage all corporate transactional work, including financings, M&A, and other strategic corporate transactions, and partner with the business on deal structure and LOI terms; lead deal agreement drafting and negotiation, and manage due diligence as well as deal process and execution Advise and support on corporate governance-related matters (Support corporate governance and administration of corporate records, including preparing corporate resolutions and other corporate documents) Manage outside counsels Support a wide range of transactional and related corporate legal matters such as real estate and property acquisitions and leases, mergers and acquisitions, labor/employment law, and other miscellaneous matters as they arise, such as banking, corporate compliance, and litigation management. Monitor and analyze new and developing laws, regulations and enforcement activity within the biotechnology industry and incorporate learnings into internal education, messaging and policy development efforts. Assist in trainings and presentations to company on legal issues and policies.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a top accredited law school with strong academic credentials. Admitted to practice in California or admitted as Registered In-House Counsel in California. 5-8 years legal practice experience with 2 or greater years in the Biotechnology/Agribusiness. Experience in drafting and negotiating agreements and contracts and providing legal advice on general corporate matters in the biotechnology industry. Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills. Well-organized and hardworking, with the ability to manage numerous projects simultaneously under deadline pressure. Detailed-oriented with a high level of intellectual, professional and interpersonal agility and flexibility, with the ability to handle ambiguity, combined with strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Team-oriented, ability to form strong working relationships with partners and employees while maintaining firm adherence to proper legal standards and use sound judgement. A can do , problem solving approach looking for the win-win  in dealing with internal members/departments and external counsel, customers and vendors. Ability to lead a team as well as work independently and as a member of a project team. Demonstrated leader and strategic thinker, with a bias to action, the ability to resolve conflict, and operating with determination, passion and a positive attitude.
 
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General Counsel Employment
Refer job# ICBR150412
 
General Counsel Employment The candidate will cost effectively manage and direct outside counsel, including taking the lead in developing strategy and tactics for complex employee litigation matters. Handle smaller employment litigation matters directly. Draft and review, and suggest improvements to labor and employment, immigration and other related policies, procedures and guidelines. Provide due diligence on labor related aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Support and contribute to HR Legal team's annual objectives, the Company and Human Resource teams initiatives, and work on continuous improvement of our policies and processes. Assist in development and implementation of employment and labor-related company policies and programs. Review all reduction in force and employee terminations. Be a business partner, driving business growth through different forms of negotiation. Be aware of cognizant of risk - but help the business achieve its objectives. Participate in, review, and lead all levels of Business Conduct reviews. Perform due diligence on compensation reviews to ensure there is no adverse impact. Be a leading voice on diversity and how we can drive it better HON wide. Should have Juris Doctor. Should be admitted to US bar. Should have 7 + years of experience practicing labor and employment.
 
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Chief Compliance Officer, Senior Legal Counsel
Refer job# GIMJ150413
 
Chief Compliance Officer, Senior Legal Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Enhance the Companys compliance program and ensure its implementation. Build strong relationships with board members, executives, senior management, operations and other staff in all global locations to further the purpose of the role; work across functions, regions and business units to effectively further the Companys compliance program. Provide strategic guidance and representation to senior management and business segments on the changing requirements related to compliance, including anti-corruption, export controls, sanctions, antitrust, insider trading, data privacy, records retention and related areas. Oversee and ensure appropriate processes and procedures for compliance case intake and resolution, including responses to the Companys ethics and compliance hotline reports and the investigation and closure of matters. Provide oversight, guidance, and coordination of effective internal audit, investigations, risk assessments and compliance reviews. Provide oversight and guidance on the effective response to detected problems and provide recommendations for corrective action as appropriate. Identify and provide oversight and coordination of compliance partners responsible for compliance and ethics related activities across the organization and provide communication, training and guidance on the program and compliance and ethics related matters. Plan, develop, monitor, revise and implement compliance initiatives in response to changes in the law; consult with operational and functional teams to ensure program effectiveness. Direct and develop multifaceted compliance educational and training programs. Act as Company point of contact for Government agency representatives regarding requests for information, subpoenas, disclosures, commodity jurisdiction/classification requests, requests for advisory opinions and other similar matters, working with appropriate business counsel. Serve as the in-house expert on global export controls and import laws and regulations, primarily pertaining to ITAR and dual-use products and technologies, as well as global sanctions programs and prepare, submit and administer or otherwise supervise external counsel with respect to various International Traffic in Arms (ITAR) filings, including DSP-5 and DSP-61, DSP-73 and Technical Assistance Agreements (TAA) applications and amendments. Must have J.D. from an accredited law school. Should have Licensed to practice law in any U.S. or other accredited jurisdiction. Must have 10+ years of prior experience, with at least 2 years dedicated as an in-house attorney overseeing a global compliance program. Export control-related experience and expertise in EAR, ITAR, OFAC, EU Trade Regulations, global sanctions programs, and U.S. and EU Customs compliance requirements. A working knowledge of ITAR is essential. Should have experience in anti-corruption, antitrust compliance, and records retention compliance. Experience in regulated environments is a plus. Must have experience conducting internal investigations. Should have experience in leading and working with global diverse teams. Must have knowledge of concepts, practices, principles and procedures of strategic business planning and reporting. Should have knowledge of and the ability to interpret and advise on laws and regulations in the countries affecting business operations.
 
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Compliance Senior Counsel, Investigations
Refer job# EJIJ150414
 
Compliance Senior Counsel, Investigations The candidate will be Director-level position responsible for conducting confidential internal investigations on behalf of. Will report to the Vice President, Global Compliance Investigations, and focus on investigations in the US/Canada (US/CAN) region. Work closely and collaboratively with global and US/CAN regional legal and compliance team members, and manage outside counsel, as well as external investigation-related vendors and consultants. Evaluate and manage hotline and non-hotline complaints and other potential compliance issues, including assessing the matter upfront, triaging matters to the appropriate team member or function, and developing work plans for items handled by the global compliance investigations team. Lead and conduct internal investigations, including document review and analysis, interviews, media research, email review, and leveraging other investigation resources as needed, as well as developing findings and memorializing these efforts and final conclusions. Engage and oversee outside counsel, including regular contact with outside counsel, auditors, consultants and vendors. Present findings of all US/CAN investigations to relevant disciplinary committees and other relevant stakeholders. Work with the Vice President, Global Compliance Investigations, to provide regular updates on investigations and findings to the Chief Compliance Officer, General Counsel, and other senior leadership as appropriate. Actively monitor developments related to compliance, anticorruption enforcement, and other compliance-related matters, discussing with team members and drafting summaries/updates for external stakeholders. Analyze regional investigative trends and update relevant stakeholders in the region. Remain up-to-date on relevant trends and activities in the global compliance sphere within the life sciences industry. Must have Bachelors Degree. J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school is required. Should be currently admitted to practice law in at least one state in the United States or the District of Colombia. Must have 7 years post-J.D. experience, with a strong preference for experience conducting internal investigations, including AKS, FCA, and FCPA-related investigations, ideally for companies in the health care/life sciences industry. Must have experience conducting and/or participating in investigation interviews or depositions. Should have experience drafting investigation-related documents, including interview memoranda, document review protocols, investigation reports and presentations. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
 
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