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Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Will work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Should have 5-10 years of legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2019-12-08

Attorney - Multifamily Capital Markets

Bethesda MD Attorney - Multifamily Capital Markets The candidate will provide legal guidance related to the production, underwriting, closing, servicing, asset management and special servicing operations for matters (i.e. the purchase of multifamily loans, including negotiation of contracts/commitments for the purchase of loans and the terms of loans documents, securitization of mortgages, loan workouts, etc.). Collaborate with legal teams (i.e. Cantor, NKF, etc.) to ensure consistency of legal advice and negotiating positions. Partner with the business units in managing all licensing, compliance, insurance renewals, and regulatory filings for the Company. Prepare/negotiate contracts and agreements (e.g. broker and correspondent agreements, originator contracts, master and subservicing agreements, partnering agreements, etc.). Serve as the corporate secretary and ensure corporate governance responsibilities are carried out including, but not limited to maintenance of company records, signature authorities, legal entity filings, etc. Manage outside counsel, including in transactional, corporate, and litigation matters. May perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate must have 7+ years of legal experience. Should have Juris Doctor (JD) degree; membership in good standing in a state Bar. Must have experience in commercial real estate finance with a law firm or corporate law department, including primary responsibility for negotiating and closing transactions (both individual loans and pools of loans). Should have familiarity with common commercial real estate lender-borrower issues and ability to quickly negotiate resolution of the same. Must have knowledge of the customary legal relationships, legal issues, and closing practices required with purchases of multifamily mortgages by investors and securitization of commercial real estate mortgages. Must have familiarity with master servicing and special servicing issues. Should have experience with structured finance transactions. Must have ability to view the closing of transactions as a process as well as a series of discrete deals and to identify ways to improve that process. Should have ability to create and maintain strong collaborative relationships with clients. Must have ability to develop and maintain cooperative internal and external relationships. Should have ability to work comfortably and routinely as part of a team and to collaborate across organizational boundaries. Must have ability to organize and prioritize multiple pending matters. Should have experience with Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07

Corporate Counsel - Employment

Everett MA Corporate Counsel - Employment RESPONSIBILITIES: Ensures all core values and property and department standards are implemented and applied. Manages short-and long-term departmental goals, objectives, policies, and operating procedures; monitors and evaluates operational effectiveness; effects changes required for improvement. Identifies key drivers of success. Manages the departmental performance, and the accuracy, confidentiality, and thoroughness of departmental policies and procedures; records and reports. Monitors all activities of the department to ensure that all applicable internal policies, federal and state laws, rules, regulations and controls property wide are enforced. Ensures department delivers and maintains a maximum level of property-wide service and satisfaction. Facilitates communication throughout the property by organizing and presiding over regularly scheduled meetings with team members within the department and with other departments as appropriate to ensure property wide communication. Responsible for hiring, performance management, and employee engagement within the department. Provides training opportunities, constructive and positive feedback to team members within area of responsibility. Creates a motivating environment. Keeps informed of all new developments within the department and makes recommendations designed to maximize department and company success. Effectively manages internal and external guest relations, which will require levels of patience, tact and diplomacy. Responsible for addressing guest and team member issues as appropriate. Manages multiple priorities simultaneously and meets deadlines, often in stressful and high-pressure situations. Advising management and Human Resources on day-to-day employee relations matters including recruiting, hiring, employee discipline, performance management, benefits, terminations, and restructurings. Monitoring labor, employment, and benefits law developments and recommending changes to company policies, while assisting with the creation of additional policies that may be needed. Managing any and all employment-related litigation and administrative matters (e.g. OSHA, DOL, EEOC) and related investigations. Assisting the General Counsel with reporting of labor and employment matters to senior management and its Board of Directors. Managing labor relations matters and coordinating with Human Resources and outside counsel, including advising on collective bargaining agreement negotiations and grievances. Conducting internal investigations related to personnel matters. Providing counsel and guidance to Human Resources personnel conducting investigations. Managing the selection and ongoing coordination with outside counsel on any or all of the above matters. Identifying opportunities for efficiencies and coordinating with outside counsel, vendors and colleagues on process improvements. Providing training to management and Human Resources on employment law topics and other employment law compliance activities. Promote positive, fair, and ethical relations with all team member, with all contractors, and in all interactions within the Host and Surrounding communities as an ambassador of the brand.

Requirements: JD Degree. Will be required to obtain and maintain registration or a license issued by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. 8+ years of work experience primarily related to labor and employment issues and 3-5 years of in-house counsel experience preferred. Demonstrated ability to work efficiently, prioritize work, meet deadlines, and manage multi-faceted projects in a fast-paced environment, with evolving demands and priorities. Self-starter that is able to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to address multiple and complex labor and employment matters, while balancing legal, business, and organizational considerations. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret documents, such as policy and procedure manuals, maintenance instructions, and other related documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries from other employees or guests. Fluency in English required, second language a plus. Ability to write detailed instructions and correspondence. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and group situations.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07

Transactions, Technology and Compliance Attorney

Pittsburgh PA Transactions, Technology and Compliance Attorney The candidate will support firms team by negotiating and drafting commercial contracts with suppliers and business partners. Lead negotiations in technology transactions of all sizes. Support global corporate compliance matters. Supervise and manage relationships with outside counsel. Manage a fast-paced, diverse workload.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor degree. Should be admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Must have 4 years of experience with the above-referenced competencies. Should have experience working in a law firm or in-house setting. Must have experience with drafting and negotiating a variety of technology and other commercial transactions. Must have interest in new technologies; technical background is a plus, along with an ability to dig into details with engineers. Should have excellent communication and collaboration skills. Must have ability to effectively manage paralegals. Should have strong sense of ownership and ability to work independently. Should have strong problem solving and negotiating skills. Must have excellent organizational skills. Should be proficient in Google Documents, Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07

Attorney Senior - Regulatory and Compliance

Eden Prairie MN Attorney Senior - Regulatory and Compliance The candidate will provide legal advice and handle Company-wide regulatory compliance matters pertaining to USDA/FDA/FTC/CPSC and applicable state laws and regulations around food and product safety, labeling, claims, and marketing/advertising; FCPA and export controls; OSHA; ADA; regulatory inspections; licensing/permits; and potentially hazardous waste management and/or other environmental compliance matters. Developing regulatory compliance policies and procedures as needed. Develop and provide legal training and communications to business partners on specific compliance obligations. Interact with federal and state regulatory agencies as needed (e.g., responding to inquiries, inspection observations, and enforcement actions). Manage litigation matters as needed, where the subject matter touches on regulatory compliance issues. Perform complex fact gathering and legal research with minimal supervision, and oversee other associates performing these tasks. Organize and supervise complex projects, develop results-oriented strategies, and monitor results. Negotiate complex matters with outside parties. Work with and monitor outside counsel. Independently performs and oversee high-level, sophisticated legal work, often involving complex fact gathering, research, negotiations and drafting. Oversee critical functions in the Legal Department. Assist in creating and executing Department policies. Assist in department planning and oversight, such as budgeting, setting goals and reporting accomplishments. Provide legal training to department associates and other Company functions. Provide expert legal assistance and advice to other functions. Select, oversee and monitor effectiveness of outside counsel. Complex projects will involve specialized knowledge and may include antitrust matters; governmental investigations; pharmacy law; and Company-wide compliance. Performs other relevant job duties as required.

The candidate must have J.D. degree and admission in good standing to practice law in at least one state. Should have 8+ years of experience working at a law firm and/or in-house law department. Knowledge and experience in working with regulatory agencies; specific experience with FDA and/or USDA a plus. Must have understanding of the wholesale / grocery industry and regulatory environment; previous experience in food law and/or representing food distribution companies a plus. Experience with any Canadian laws and regulations for food distribution companies a plus. Should have ability to identify issues and provide legal and regulatory compliance advice on non-routine matters with minimal supervision. Must have superior written and oral communication skills, with the ability to articulate positions, provide direction, and communicate effectively at all levels of the Company. Must have strong interpersonal and teamwork skills; ability to positively influence within and outside the Company.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07

Senior Counsel And Director, International Trade Compliance

Huntsville AL Senior Counsel and Director, International Trade Compliance The candidate will be a key part of both the legal team and oversee the International Trade Compliance (ITC) organization. This individual will support the Defense Business with respect to federal procurement law issues, including prime and subcontracts with the U.S. Government, compliance and litigation issues, and serve as a leader to the ITC organization, responsible for ITC personnel, procedures and activities at all locations. Will provide advice and counsel to senior and operating management and other functions on U.S. government contract law. Provide advice and counsel on U.S. government contract law compliance, policy, and regulatory interpretation. Attend review meetings and participate in opportunity and contract reviews. Assist as requested in contract negotiation. Participate as needed in the evaluation of supplier and collaboration arrangements including joint venture, partnerships, and teaming agreements. Provide advice related to the evaluation, analysis, and assessment of claims. Evaluate and advise on remedies and the resolution of contract disputes. Assist in the management of litigation matters. Advise on the legal aspects of international trade compliance, data rights, trademarks, copyrights, sales agreements, trade regulations and anti-trust laws, purchasing, credit, tax insurance and property matters, personnel (labor) and public relations. Oversee the ITC organization and its procedures, personnel, and activities at all locations. Serve as the primary liaison with government authorities and customers with respect to international trade compliance matters, maintain current information on applicable laws and regulations, and publish notifications to and Holdings, Inc. as appropriate regarding changes to export laws or regulations. Analyze and handle export control compliance issues, and provide prompt notification through the reporting chain of suspected issues including potential violations of applicable law or regulation. Establish and maintain capabilities with respect to third party screening and due diligence, training for all employees, and advanced training for personnel with special compliance responsibilities. Create and maintain a compliance self-assessment program, coordinating with internal audit department as appropriate. Create and maintain a program to track and implement corrective actions resulting from investigations, self-disclosures or program improvements. Represent the Company before export control regulators in matters related to registration, licensing, commodity jurisdiction requests, or voluntary disclosures. Participate in the selection and in the oversight and management of outside resources including outside counsel engaged to assist AR in addressing ITC issues. Should have Bachelor's degree and a Law (JD) degree, with an emphasis in federal procurement law and commercial contracts. Should have 7+ years of experience as an attorney with specific and relevant experience in U.S. government contracts. Specific experience in the areas of procurement litigation (including contractor remedies such as bid protests, equitable adjustments, claim defense and prosecution, and investigations) is required. Experience with ITAR and EAR is required. Other areas of commercial contracts and transactions is desirable. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07

Corporate Counsel

Denver CO Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide guidance and consultation on a variety of legal matters including, contract negotiations, merger and acquisition transactions, employment law, and general corporate governance. Researching, drafting, negotiating and advising on contractual, business law, corporate governance and employment law matters and related transactions. Reviewing, drafting, structuring, negotiating and executing agreements, Contract administration. Supervising and providing legal counseling on various matters including litigation management. Assisting in due diligence efforts and post-deal integration. Maintaining a current working knowledge of new laws and regulatory developments. Performing other duties as assigned. Should have Juris Doctor (J.D.). Licensed to practice law in at least one state (Colorado preferred),. 1 to 3 years of transactional experience in a law firm or in-house legal department,. Experience in corporate law. Financial services experience preferred. Strong drafting, research and writing skills. Knowledge of and experience with federal securities law including the Investment Advisor Act of 1940 preferred. Ability to work effectively with teams and independently, as well as manage and prioritize multiple projects. Excellent communication, analytical and organizational skills. Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2019-12-07

Senior Director, Labor & Employment Counsel

Miramar FL Senior Director, Labor & Employment Counsel The candidate will oversee and direct the legal counsel and advice to senior leadership and human resources regarding employment law and labor relations. Provide strategic legal advice to business leaders and HR professionals regarding matters involving labor and employment, including benefits, collective bargaining agreement requirements, anti-discrimination and leave laws (i.e., Title VII, ADA, FMLA, ADEA, and state law equivalents). Investigate allegations of harassment and discrimination; prepare responses to EEOC and other administrative charges. Prepare legal documents and reviewing company policies and handbooks. Provide support to General Counsel. Protect the organization's rights, obligations, privileges and legal interests by providing legal direction and ensuring legal activities meet needs of the organization, including, for example, affirmative action plans, pay equity, etc. Identify and analyze legal issues, draft key documents, present clear recommendations, and assure legal compliance, Manage investigations of employee complaints of discrimination, harassment and retaliation in order to provide legal advice and manage risk, Develop and maintain relationships with union leaders representing the Companys organized employees. Lead and manage legal aspects of collective bargaining for Companys 28 collective bargaining agreements. Advise business leaders regarding union campaigns and union avoidance. Advise business leaders regarding grievances and matters concerning labor relations. Provide basic advice on immigration issues and manage outside counsel regarding immigration matters. Anticipate issues, estimate risks strategically and identify proactive solutions that will eliminate or mitigate risks. Partner with outside labor and employment counsel to maintain compliance and accomplish goals. Oversee labor and employment litigation.

The candidate should have Bachelor's Degree and 12-15 years of experience or equivalent education and related experience. JD from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law. 10 years of legal practice experience with a law firm and/or in house legal department, including experience in traditional labor matters, collective bargaining negotiations, and people management experience. Knowledge of the major responsibilities, accountabilities, and organization of the legal function or department; ability to provide legal consulting, advice and assistance. Knowledge of and ability to read, interpret and draw accurate conclusions from both legal and factual information. Knowledge of domestic and international laws governing commerce and ability to interpret and take action on the aspects of such laws that impact the business. Demonstrated sound business ethics and consistently adhering to and promoting these in all business and personal transactions. Should preferably have prior experience with Teamsters and UFCW. Prior experience with working with a highly regulated industry. Advanced degree in labor relations and/or human resources. Prior experience using Legal Files software and DocuSign. Excellent communication and writing skills. Experience in and understanding of a wide variety of analytical processes (governance, measurement, etc.). Knowledge of other MS Office Suite and/or software applications related to job functions.
Legal 12 - 15 Full-time 2019-12-07

Corporate Counsel

Webster TX Corporate Counsel The candidate provides strategic leadership from a legal perspective as well as legal advice and opinions on a diverse range of organizational issues with a particular focus on commercial contract interpretation, litigation and claims management, employment and labor issues, and risk avoidance strategies, The position is also responsible for supporting and leading the contracting process and providing leadership and guidance to other contract professionals. In addition to an undergraduate degree, the position requires a Law Degree and membership, in good standing, in the applicable Law Society. Should have 6+ years experience as a lawyer is required, with previous in-house experience, particularly within a technical, engineering, or construction environment, preferred. Proficiency with the use of Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook); Demonstrated understanding of contract law and proficiency in the interpretation of contract terms and conditions; Knowledge of, and experience in, a diverse range of legal specialties (employment law, leasing, litigation, contracts, occupational health, ethics and compliance as well as insurance and construction related matters). Demonstrated ability to think strategically and to identify and resolve legal issues, using sound judgement and practical approaches; Proven successful record as a partner with business clients in an in-house setting; Ability to work both independently and as a full and valuable member of an integrated business-legal team. Highly organized with the ability to manage multiple projects and priorities concurrently and within tight deadlines; Strong negotiation, interpersonal and oral/written communication skills, used to translate legal concepts into readily understandable advice; Drafting, reviewing and finalizing complex commercial contracts; Providing direction, mentorship and training to the local contract manager(s); Addressing specific areas of contractual dispute with client legal representatives; Drafting responses and memoranda of understanding and other legal documents; Collaborating with the legal and commercial teams to ensure understanding of business priorities and alignment on contractual terms and conditions; Sharing technical, commercial and contractual expertise with team members to ensure bid preparation is conducted in an efficient manner. Providing legal advice and opinions on a diverse range of matters; Acting as the legal lead on matters of local organizational concern; Resolving pending or threatened disputes between the company and third parties; Consulting and advising management on highly confidential and sensitive matters; Performing discovery and due diligence of various electronically stored or physical data in preparation for litigation, transactional work, financing, or M&A transactions. Providing best practice recommendations regarding corporate compliance; Supporting the Chief Counsel in the development and continuous improvement of risk mitigation strategies; Under the direction of the Chief Counsel, assessing and coordinating management of litigation and providing instruction to external counsel as required. Provide legal support to US HR regarding matters of employment or discrimination claims. Collaborate with US HR regarding the standardization of company policies and serve as the primary author of all company agreements and or restrictive covenants. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07

Associate Corporate Counsel

Naples FL Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide top-tier professional legal services for a variety of corporate legal matters including complex commercial agreements spanning across all functions within the company, including, development agreements, manufacturing agreements, supply agreements, distribution agreements, confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, and service agreements. The successful candidate will build relationships with colleagues in the Legal Department and business leaders throughout the organization. The ideal candidate will be comfortable in a rapidly growing and fast-paced environment, highly responsive, business-minded, practical, and team-oriented. This person will also have excellent legal judgment, decision-making, and problem-solving skills and a demonstrated ability to work self-sufficiently to prioritize and manage workload. Excellent legal, business, interpersonal, speaking and academic skills are required along with at least five years of licensed experience practicing corporate law, either in a law firm or in-house role. A law degree and good standing in a state bar are required, and the ability to become a member or authorized in-house counsel in the Florida bar is essential for this position. Responsible for protecting the organization's legal interests and maintaining its operations within the scope established by law. Provides advice and counsel to various internal functions and will draft, edit, negotiate, review and interpret complex commercial agreements spanning across all functions within the company, including, development agreements, manufacturing agreements, supply agreements, distribution agreements, confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, and service agreements. Assist in due diligence review, negotiation and documentation of mergers and acquisitions and key strategic transactions, as needed. Assist in the administration and resolution of legal issues that arise in existing commercial relationships. Assist with the management of the companys legal structure, including organizing and dissolving entities and providing ongoing compliance with local legal requirements and best practices. Manages the development and implementation of legal strategies relating to contracting activity. Provides timely advice and counsel to senior management by advising the business on laws, regulations, and company policies. May supervise legal support staff. Up to 10% travel may be required. Must be a graduate of an accredited law school with a minimum five years experience as an attorney in corporate and transactional law within a law firm and/or in house setting. Must be admitted into and a member in good standing of a state bar. Experience in the medical device, pharmaceutical, or life sciences industry preferred. Knowledge and Skill Requirements/Specialized Courses and/or Training: Advanced writing, comprehensive reading, communication and research skills required. Electronic based legal research experience required. Machine, Tools, and/or Equipment Skills: LEXIS/Westlaw, Excel, MS Office, PC, printer, copiers and other miscellaneous office equipment. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions
Refer job# ECMT147469
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Will work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Should have 5-10 years of legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
 
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Attorney - Multifamily Capital Markets
Refer job# LLQD147429
 
Attorney - Multifamily Capital Markets The candidate will provide legal guidance related to the production, underwriting, closing, servicing, asset management and special servicing operations for matters (i.e. the purchase of multifamily loans, including negotiation of contracts/commitments for the purchase of loans and the terms of loans documents, securitization of mortgages, loan workouts, etc.). Collaborate with legal teams (i.e. Cantor, NKF, etc.) to ensure consistency of legal advice and negotiating positions. Partner with the business units in managing all licensing, compliance, insurance renewals, and regulatory filings for the Company. Prepare/negotiate contracts and agreements (e.g. broker and correspondent agreements, originator contracts, master and subservicing agreements, partnering agreements, etc.). Serve as the corporate secretary and ensure corporate governance responsibilities are carried out including, but not limited to maintenance of company records, signature authorities, legal entity filings, etc. Manage outside counsel, including in transactional, corporate, and litigation matters. May perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate must have 7+ years of legal experience. Should have Juris Doctor (JD) degree; membership in good standing in a state Bar. Must have experience in commercial real estate finance with a law firm or corporate law department, including primary responsibility for negotiating and closing transactions (both individual loans and pools of loans). Should have familiarity with common commercial real estate lender-borrower issues and ability to quickly negotiate resolution of the same. Must have knowledge of the customary legal relationships, legal issues, and closing practices required with purchases of multifamily mortgages by investors and securitization of commercial real estate mortgages. Must have familiarity with master servicing and special servicing issues. Should have experience with structured finance transactions. Must have ability to view the closing of transactions as a process as well as a series of discrete deals and to identify ways to improve that process. Should have ability to create and maintain strong collaborative relationships with clients. Must have ability to develop and maintain cooperative internal and external relationships. Should have ability to work comfortably and routinely as part of a team and to collaborate across organizational boundaries. Must have ability to organize and prioritize multiple pending matters. Should have experience with Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Employment
Refer job# TWUO147430
 
Corporate Counsel - Employment RESPONSIBILITIES: Ensures all core values and property and department standards are implemented and applied. Manages short-and long-term departmental goals, objectives, policies, and operating procedures; monitors and evaluates operational effectiveness; effects changes required for improvement. Identifies key drivers of success. Manages the departmental performance, and the accuracy, confidentiality, and thoroughness of departmental policies and procedures; records and reports. Monitors all activities of the department to ensure that all applicable internal policies, federal and state laws, rules, regulations and controls property wide are enforced. Ensures department delivers and maintains a maximum level of property-wide service and satisfaction. Facilitates communication throughout the property by organizing and presiding over regularly scheduled meetings with team members within the department and with other departments as appropriate to ensure property wide communication. Responsible for hiring, performance management, and employee engagement within the department. Provides training opportunities, constructive and positive feedback to team members within area of responsibility. Creates a motivating environment. Keeps informed of all new developments within the department and makes recommendations designed to maximize department and company success. Effectively manages internal and external guest relations, which will require levels of patience, tact and diplomacy. Responsible for addressing guest and team member issues as appropriate. Manages multiple priorities simultaneously and meets deadlines, often in stressful and high-pressure situations. Advising management and Human Resources on day-to-day employee relations matters including recruiting, hiring, employee discipline, performance management, benefits, terminations, and restructurings. Monitoring labor, employment, and benefits law developments and recommending changes to company policies, while assisting with the creation of additional policies that may be needed. Managing any and all employment-related litigation and administrative matters (e.g. OSHA, DOL, EEOC) and related investigations. Assisting the General Counsel with reporting of labor and employment matters to senior management and its Board of Directors. Managing labor relations matters and coordinating with Human Resources and outside counsel, including advising on collective bargaining agreement negotiations and grievances. Conducting internal investigations related to personnel matters. Providing counsel and guidance to Human Resources personnel conducting investigations. Managing the selection and ongoing coordination with outside counsel on any or all of the above matters. Identifying opportunities for efficiencies and coordinating with outside counsel, vendors and colleagues on process improvements. Providing training to management and Human Resources on employment law topics and other employment law compliance activities. Promote positive, fair, and ethical relations with all team member, with all contractors, and in all interactions within the Host and Surrounding communities as an ambassador of the brand.

Requirements: JD Degree. Will be required to obtain and maintain registration or a license issued by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission. 8+ years of work experience primarily related to labor and employment issues and 3-5 years of in-house counsel experience preferred. Demonstrated ability to work efficiently, prioritize work, meet deadlines, and manage multi-faceted projects in a fast-paced environment, with evolving demands and priorities. Self-starter that is able to work independently while being able to contribute successfully to cross-functional teams. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to address multiple and complex labor and employment matters, while balancing legal, business, and organizational considerations. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret documents, such as policy and procedure manuals, maintenance instructions, and other related documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries from other employees or guests. Fluency in English required, second language a plus. Ability to write detailed instructions and correspondence. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and group situations.
 
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Transactions, Technology and Compliance Attorney
Refer job# CYPX147431
 
Transactions, Technology and Compliance Attorney The candidate will support firms team by negotiating and drafting commercial contracts with suppliers and business partners. Lead negotiations in technology transactions of all sizes. Support global corporate compliance matters. Supervise and manage relationships with outside counsel. Manage a fast-paced, diverse workload.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor degree. Should be admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Must have 4 years of experience with the above-referenced competencies. Should have experience working in a law firm or in-house setting. Must have experience with drafting and negotiating a variety of technology and other commercial transactions. Must have interest in new technologies; technical background is a plus, along with an ability to dig into details with engineers. Should have excellent communication and collaboration skills. Must have ability to effectively manage paralegals. Should have strong sense of ownership and ability to work independently. Should have strong problem solving and negotiating skills. Must have excellent organizational skills. Should be proficient in Google Documents, Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
 
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Attorney Senior - Regulatory and Compliance
Refer job# EDQD147432
 
Attorney Senior - Regulatory and Compliance The candidate will provide legal advice and handle Company-wide regulatory compliance matters pertaining to USDA/FDA/FTC/CPSC and applicable state laws and regulations around food and product safety, labeling, claims, and marketing/advertising; FCPA and export controls; OSHA; ADA; regulatory inspections; licensing/permits; and potentially hazardous waste management and/or other environmental compliance matters. Developing regulatory compliance policies and procedures as needed. Develop and provide legal training and communications to business partners on specific compliance obligations. Interact with federal and state regulatory agencies as needed (e.g., responding to inquiries, inspection observations, and enforcement actions). Manage litigation matters as needed, where the subject matter touches on regulatory compliance issues. Perform complex fact gathering and legal research with minimal supervision, and oversee other associates performing these tasks. Organize and supervise complex projects, develop results-oriented strategies, and monitor results. Negotiate complex matters with outside parties. Work with and monitor outside counsel. Independently performs and oversee high-level, sophisticated legal work, often involving complex fact gathering, research, negotiations and drafting. Oversee critical functions in the Legal Department. Assist in creating and executing Department policies. Assist in department planning and oversight, such as budgeting, setting goals and reporting accomplishments. Provide legal training to department associates and other Company functions. Provide expert legal assistance and advice to other functions. Select, oversee and monitor effectiveness of outside counsel. Complex projects will involve specialized knowledge and may include antitrust matters; governmental investigations; pharmacy law; and Company-wide compliance. Performs other relevant job duties as required.

The candidate must have J.D. degree and admission in good standing to practice law in at least one state. Should have 8+ years of experience working at a law firm and/or in-house law department. Knowledge and experience in working with regulatory agencies; specific experience with FDA and/or USDA a plus. Must have understanding of the wholesale / grocery industry and regulatory environment; previous experience in food law and/or representing food distribution companies a plus. Experience with any Canadian laws and regulations for food distribution companies a plus. Should have ability to identify issues and provide legal and regulatory compliance advice on non-routine matters with minimal supervision. Must have superior written and oral communication skills, with the ability to articulate positions, provide direction, and communicate effectively at all levels of the Company. Must have strong interpersonal and teamwork skills; ability to positively influence within and outside the Company.
 
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Senior Counsel And Director, International Trade Compliance
Refer job# TSRL147433
 
Senior Counsel and Director, International Trade Compliance The candidate will be a key part of both the legal team and oversee the International Trade Compliance (ITC) organization. This individual will support the Defense Business with respect to federal procurement law issues, including prime and subcontracts with the U.S. Government, compliance and litigation issues, and serve as a leader to the ITC organization, responsible for ITC personnel, procedures and activities at all locations. Will provide advice and counsel to senior and operating management and other functions on U.S. government contract law. Provide advice and counsel on U.S. government contract law compliance, policy, and regulatory interpretation. Attend review meetings and participate in opportunity and contract reviews. Assist as requested in contract negotiation. Participate as needed in the evaluation of supplier and collaboration arrangements including joint venture, partnerships, and teaming agreements. Provide advice related to the evaluation, analysis, and assessment of claims. Evaluate and advise on remedies and the resolution of contract disputes. Assist in the management of litigation matters. Advise on the legal aspects of international trade compliance, data rights, trademarks, copyrights, sales agreements, trade regulations and anti-trust laws, purchasing, credit, tax insurance and property matters, personnel (labor) and public relations. Oversee the ITC organization and its procedures, personnel, and activities at all locations. Serve as the primary liaison with government authorities and customers with respect to international trade compliance matters, maintain current information on applicable laws and regulations, and publish notifications to and Holdings, Inc. as appropriate regarding changes to export laws or regulations. Analyze and handle export control compliance issues, and provide prompt notification through the reporting chain of suspected issues including potential violations of applicable law or regulation. Establish and maintain capabilities with respect to third party screening and due diligence, training for all employees, and advanced training for personnel with special compliance responsibilities. Create and maintain a compliance self-assessment program, coordinating with internal audit department as appropriate. Create and maintain a program to track and implement corrective actions resulting from investigations, self-disclosures or program improvements. Represent the Company before export control regulators in matters related to registration, licensing, commodity jurisdiction requests, or voluntary disclosures. Participate in the selection and in the oversight and management of outside resources including outside counsel engaged to assist AR in addressing ITC issues. Should have Bachelor's degree and a Law (JD) degree, with an emphasis in federal procurement law and commercial contracts. Should have 7+ years of experience as an attorney with specific and relevant experience in U.S. government contracts. Specific experience in the areas of procurement litigation (including contractor remedies such as bid protests, equitable adjustments, claim defense and prosecution, and investigations) is required. Experience with ITAR and EAR is required. Other areas of commercial contracts and transactions is desirable.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VPEA147434
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide guidance and consultation on a variety of legal matters including, contract negotiations, merger and acquisition transactions, employment law, and general corporate governance. Researching, drafting, negotiating and advising on contractual, business law, corporate governance and employment law matters and related transactions. Reviewing, drafting, structuring, negotiating and executing agreements, Contract administration. Supervising and providing legal counseling on various matters including litigation management. Assisting in due diligence efforts and post-deal integration. Maintaining a current working knowledge of new laws and regulatory developments. Performing other duties as assigned. Should have Juris Doctor (J.D.). Licensed to practice law in at least one state (Colorado preferred),. 1 to 3 years of transactional experience in a law firm or in-house legal department,. Experience in corporate law. Financial services experience preferred. Strong drafting, research and writing skills. Knowledge of and experience with federal securities law including the Investment Advisor Act of 1940 preferred. Ability to work effectively with teams and independently, as well as manage and prioritize multiple projects. Excellent communication, analytical and organizational skills.
 
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Senior Director, Labor & Employment Counsel
Refer job# FFPY147435
 
Senior Director, Labor & Employment Counsel The candidate will oversee and direct the legal counsel and advice to senior leadership and human resources regarding employment law and labor relations. Provide strategic legal advice to business leaders and HR professionals regarding matters involving labor and employment, including benefits, collective bargaining agreement requirements, anti-discrimination and leave laws (i.e., Title VII, ADA, FMLA, ADEA, and state law equivalents). Investigate allegations of harassment and discrimination; prepare responses to EEOC and other administrative charges. Prepare legal documents and reviewing company policies and handbooks. Provide support to General Counsel. Protect the organization's rights, obligations, privileges and legal interests by providing legal direction and ensuring legal activities meet needs of the organization, including, for example, affirmative action plans, pay equity, etc. Identify and analyze legal issues, draft key documents, present clear recommendations, and assure legal compliance, Manage investigations of employee complaints of discrimination, harassment and retaliation in order to provide legal advice and manage risk, Develop and maintain relationships with union leaders representing the Companys organized employees. Lead and manage legal aspects of collective bargaining for Companys 28 collective bargaining agreements. Advise business leaders regarding union campaigns and union avoidance. Advise business leaders regarding grievances and matters concerning labor relations. Provide basic advice on immigration issues and manage outside counsel regarding immigration matters. Anticipate issues, estimate risks strategically and identify proactive solutions that will eliminate or mitigate risks. Partner with outside labor and employment counsel to maintain compliance and accomplish goals. Oversee labor and employment litigation.

The candidate should have Bachelor's Degree and 12-15 years of experience or equivalent education and related experience. JD from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law. 10 years of legal practice experience with a law firm and/or in house legal department, including experience in traditional labor matters, collective bargaining negotiations, and people management experience. Knowledge of the major responsibilities, accountabilities, and organization of the legal function or department; ability to provide legal consulting, advice and assistance. Knowledge of and ability to read, interpret and draw accurate conclusions from both legal and factual information. Knowledge of domestic and international laws governing commerce and ability to interpret and take action on the aspects of such laws that impact the business. Demonstrated sound business ethics and consistently adhering to and promoting these in all business and personal transactions. Should preferably have prior experience with Teamsters and UFCW. Prior experience with working with a highly regulated industry. Advanced degree in labor relations and/or human resources. Prior experience using Legal Files software and DocuSign. Excellent communication and writing skills. Experience in and understanding of a wide variety of analytical processes (governance, measurement, etc.). Knowledge of other MS Office Suite and/or software applications related to job functions.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WTZI147436
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate provides strategic leadership from a legal perspective as well as legal advice and opinions on a diverse range of organizational issues with a particular focus on commercial contract interpretation, litigation and claims management, employment and labor issues, and risk avoidance strategies, The position is also responsible for supporting and leading the contracting process and providing leadership and guidance to other contract professionals. In addition to an undergraduate degree, the position requires a Law Degree and membership, in good standing, in the applicable Law Society. Should have 6+ years experience as a lawyer is required, with previous in-house experience, particularly within a technical, engineering, or construction environment, preferred. Proficiency with the use of Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook); Demonstrated understanding of contract law and proficiency in the interpretation of contract terms and conditions; Knowledge of, and experience in, a diverse range of legal specialties (employment law, leasing, litigation, contracts, occupational health, ethics and compliance as well as insurance and construction related matters). Demonstrated ability to think strategically and to identify and resolve legal issues, using sound judgement and practical approaches; Proven successful record as a partner with business clients in an in-house setting; Ability to work both independently and as a full and valuable member of an integrated business-legal team. Highly organized with the ability to manage multiple projects and priorities concurrently and within tight deadlines; Strong negotiation, interpersonal and oral/written communication skills, used to translate legal concepts into readily understandable advice; Drafting, reviewing and finalizing complex commercial contracts; Providing direction, mentorship and training to the local contract manager(s); Addressing specific areas of contractual dispute with client legal representatives; Drafting responses and memoranda of understanding and other legal documents; Collaborating with the legal and commercial teams to ensure understanding of business priorities and alignment on contractual terms and conditions; Sharing technical, commercial and contractual expertise with team members to ensure bid preparation is conducted in an efficient manner. Providing legal advice and opinions on a diverse range of matters; Acting as the legal lead on matters of local organizational concern; Resolving pending or threatened disputes between the company and third parties; Consulting and advising management on highly confidential and sensitive matters; Performing discovery and due diligence of various electronically stored or physical data in preparation for litigation, transactional work, financing, or M&A transactions. Providing best practice recommendations regarding corporate compliance; Supporting the Chief Counsel in the development and continuous improvement of risk mitigation strategies; Under the direction of the Chief Counsel, assessing and coordinating management of litigation and providing instruction to external counsel as required. Provide legal support to US HR regarding matters of employment or discrimination claims. Collaborate with US HR regarding the standardization of company policies and serve as the primary author of all company agreements and or restrictive covenants.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FQLY147437
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide top-tier professional legal services for a variety of corporate legal matters including complex commercial agreements spanning across all functions within the company, including, development agreements, manufacturing agreements, supply agreements, distribution agreements, confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, and service agreements. The successful candidate will build relationships with colleagues in the Legal Department and business leaders throughout the organization. The ideal candidate will be comfortable in a rapidly growing and fast-paced environment, highly responsive, business-minded, practical, and team-oriented. This person will also have excellent legal judgment, decision-making, and problem-solving skills and a demonstrated ability to work self-sufficiently to prioritize and manage workload. Excellent legal, business, interpersonal, speaking and academic skills are required along with at least five years of licensed experience practicing corporate law, either in a law firm or in-house role. A law degree and good standing in a state bar are required, and the ability to become a member or authorized in-house counsel in the Florida bar is essential for this position. Responsible for protecting the organization's legal interests and maintaining its operations within the scope established by law. Provides advice and counsel to various internal functions and will draft, edit, negotiate, review and interpret complex commercial agreements spanning across all functions within the company, including, development agreements, manufacturing agreements, supply agreements, distribution agreements, confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, and service agreements. Assist in due diligence review, negotiation and documentation of mergers and acquisitions and key strategic transactions, as needed. Assist in the administration and resolution of legal issues that arise in existing commercial relationships. Assist with the management of the companys legal structure, including organizing and dissolving entities and providing ongoing compliance with local legal requirements and best practices. Manages the development and implementation of legal strategies relating to contracting activity. Provides timely advice and counsel to senior management by advising the business on laws, regulations, and company policies. May supervise legal support staff. Up to 10% travel may be required. Must be a graduate of an accredited law school with a minimum five years experience as an attorney in corporate and transactional law within a law firm and/or in house setting. Must be admitted into and a member in good standing of a state bar. Experience in the medical device, pharmaceutical, or life sciences industry preferred. Knowledge and Skill Requirements/Specialized Courses and/or Training: Advanced writing, comprehensive reading, communication and research skills required. Electronic based legal research experience required. Machine, Tools, and/or Equipment Skills: LEXIS/Westlaw, Excel, MS Office, PC, printer, copiers and other miscellaneous office equipment.
 
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