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Attorney (Health Care)

Bloomington MN Attorney (Health Care) Duties: Provide in-depth analysis and legal advice to clients in select business units, consistent with the organization's risk tolerance. Conduct factual inquiries and identify legal issues. Conduct legal research and analysis. Develop and recommend legal strategy and compliant solutions for business challenges in the health insurance industry. Negotiate, draft, review and revise agreements and a variety of other legal documents. Represent and advocate for HealthPartners and its related organizations before a variety of agencies and/or regulatory bodies. Work collaboratively within assigned team, the department, and as part of interdisciplinary teams. Work independently with assigned clients and projects. Actively develop additional areas of expertise; act as backup in multiple substantive areas. Support significant corporate transactions. Manage outside counsel as needed. Model HealthPartners values of excellence, compassion, partnership, and integrity. Perform other duties as assigned by Deputy General Counsel and General Counsel.

Qualifications: Law Degree from an accredited school with strong academic credentials. Current license to practice; must be admitted to Minnesota Courts within 6 months or as determined by the General Counsel. 3+ years of legal experience advising health care delivery entities. Strong communication skills. Experience in the some or all of the following areas: transactions, contracting (professional services, vendor, IS&T), anti-trust, tax exemption, privacy, Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement, regulatory compliance, and medical staff or other experience in the health care industry which would support HealthPartners mission and vision. Excellent computer skills in Microsoft Windows and electronic document management environments. Must possess a working knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and an ability to adapt to new and emerging technologies.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-29

Litigation Counsel

Bothell WA Litigation Counsel Duties: Manage litigations for Seattle Genetics in connection with general and IP-related claims and disputes, including: Manage and act as a liaison with outside counsel to handle discovery needs, including conducting research of internal records and databases, and fact and document gathering. Research, Development, and Corporate Development: Provide IP support, including patent preparation and prosecution, and IP diligence, in connection with: Research and development projects. Business transactions.

Qualifications: S. law degree (JD Degree) required. Member of a state Bar and eligible to be admitted to practice in the state of Washington. An advanced degree in biochemistry, chemistry, or a related field is required, PhD preferred. Admission to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office. 5+ years of experience in the practice of law, with 3+ years of experience in patent prosecution and 3 years in litigation.. Familiarity and experience with procedural and substantive laws of US litigation. Familiarity and experience with patent preparation and prosecution, as well as conduct of IP diligence. Ability to work independently and in a team environment. Ability to manage and drive outside counsel teams. Excellent English written and oral communication skills.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-29

Associate Financial Advisor / Tax Attorney

Palo Alto CA Associate Financial Advisor / Tax Attorney The candidate will directly support one of client Counselors regarding issues such as: Investment portfolio construction and management; long-term investment strategy. Income tax planning, including federal and state tax return preparation and tax dispute resolution. Public and private company stock, stock options, restricted stock units, and stock purchase plans. Retirement and other forward-looking planning. Estate plan architecture; gifting strategies; estate and gift taxes.

The candidate should have one or more of the following credentials: law degree (JD, LLM); advanced tax degree/designation (Master of Taxation, LLM, CPA, EA, CFP); CFA. Must have 2-3 years of professional experience in finance, accounting, law, and/or taxation. We are willing to consider applicants with less than 1 year of experience if they have a demonstrated interest in wealth management and tax preparation. Should have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills: the successful candidate eventually is expected to work with clients, give group presentations, and participate in new business development. Extensive Microsoft Office experience and good overall computer skills are required. Must have knowledge and experience with individual income tax issues & return preparation on Prosystem FX. Should preferable have Knowledge and experience with individual income tax issues & return preparation. Experience serving executive/professional clients and exercising a high level of discretion is desired.
Legal 2 - 3 Full-time 2020-09-29

Privacy Counsel And Brand Enforcement

Mason OH Privacy Counsel And Brand Enforcement The candidate will investigate and manage cases involving counterfeiting, product diversion, trademark and patent infringement, unauthorized usage of trademarks and copyrighted materials. Manage outside counsel on active cases and review pleadings and correspondence. Assist with managing outside investigators by providing training and guidance on surveys. Conduct high level background checks to support civil and criminal enforcement efforts. Draft cease and desist letters and negotiate successful outcomes for the business. Perform legal research on matters when needed. Counsel and provide support on all privacy and data security related matters managed by the Privacy Office. Advise on the requirements of, and compliance with, federal and state privacy and data security laws. Investigate and respond to data incidents, including preparation of required documentation pursuant to federal and state laws or in response to enforcement actions for alleged data security and privacy violations. Draft privacy policies and procedures for compliance with federal and state laws. Coordinate with outside counsel to advise business on privacy matters. Assist with risk assessments and remediation tasks when appropriate. Must have Juris Doctorate (J.D.) and Bar admission to a U.S. jurisdiction. Should have 2+ years of relevant experience with a private firm or corporate legal department. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Should have knowledge of basic office tools such as word, power point & excel. Experience in intellectual property litigation preferred. Experience advising on privacy and data security law and compliance efforts desired. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-29

Associate General Counsel Employment Leader

Saint Louis MO Associate General Counsel - Employment Leader Responsibilities: Lead a multi-faceted employment strategy across our firm from strategic formulation through operational execution. Develop and inspire others while building and nurturing collaborative relationships with associates at all levels of the firm. Responsible for a team of attorneys and paralegal(s), as well as management of outside council relationships; additionally, integrates with and provides leadership to attorneys in other parts of the division. Scope of work and responsibility is for the entire firm (40,000 associates).

Requirements: Requires JD Degree and license to practice in Missouri or an equivalent state. 10+ years of progressive responsibility as an attorney in private practice, in the public sector, or in an in-house counsel capacity. Demonstrated leadership skills, ability to delegate and mentor, and desire to work well with others. Possesses exceptional legal knowledge, judgment, work ethic and integrity. Extensive knowledge of relevant legal area and regulatory environment. Demonstrated ability to analyze and resolve complex matters. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with demonstrated ability to influence decisions at senior executive level of organizations. Work experience related to the securities industry is preferred. Leadership involvement in industry associations is preferred. Previous supervisory experience is preferred.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-29

Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property

Sparks MD Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property Duties: Engage with IDS management to provide strategic counseling, updates, and recommendations related to the IDS IP portfolio and offensive/defensive patent activities. Maintain strong interactions with R&D and project teams, to identify patentable inventions and create and execute patent strategies. Provide direction to outside counsel on patent filing and prosecution matters globally. Provide landscape analyses and related support for R&D programs. Provide patentability, FTO and related opinions in support of R&D programs and business development activities. Provide IP diligence for M&A and related activities. Monitor third party patent activity in areas of interest. Assist in offensive and defensive patent challenges in global patent offices. Assist commercial attorneys with IP elements of agreements. Assist in management of IP litigation involving IDS. Educate and advise IDS associates on intellectual property issues. As a member of the IP team within BD's Law Group, manage and/or participate in projects impacting the IP team, the Law Group, and BD as a whole. Additional areas of responsibility as assigned.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required, with preference for advanced degree, in biological/chemical sciences, preferably in Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Systems Biology, Biochemistry, or the like. JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. 7-10 years of law firm and/or in-house experience in life sciences. Experience with and demonstrated competency in biology, microbiology, molecular biology, systems biology, genetics, or the like.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2020-09-29

Associate Counsel - Environmental

Houston TX Associate Counsel - Environmental Duties: Conducting legal research (federal and state equivalents) on Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, CERCLA/Superfund, EPCRA, NEPA, TSCA, Endangered Species Act, Oil Pollution Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Solid Waste Disposal Act and OSHA. Staying abreast of trends and development in environmental and regulatory regulations, case law and settlements within the industry. Managing, monitoring and representing the company's interest in multi-party Superfund Site activities, including participating in conference calls and meetings with governmental agencies and other parties (PRPs) and associated reporting. Investigating facts underlying environmental/regulatory matters, primarily CERCLA/Superfund, for drafting and preparing responses to governmental agencies. Maintaining past and current reportable matters for quarterly SEC Reporting of Legal Proceedings. Working with HSE and External Reporting in completing and submitting RCRA and UST, etc. financial assurance filings to various states and federal environmental agencies. Drafting and revising documents associated with environmental permits.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Currently licensed in good standing to practice law in relevant jurisdiction(s). General knowledge of environmental and regulatory law, terminology and clauses associated with energy industry. Working knowledge of one or more of the following: Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, CERCLA/Superfund, EPCRA, NEPA, TSCA, Endangered Species Act, Oil Pollution Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, RCRA, Solid Waste Disposal Act or OSHA. Excellent technology skills using Microsoft Office Products including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint and document comparison software. Preferred: 1 + years of experience in the environmental/regulatory area including experience with compliance counseling, advising on environmental matters in corporate and commercial transactions, due diligence and interactions with applicable regulatory agencies. Subject matter familiarity should include air emissions, industrial and hazardous waste, water quality, wetlands, endangered species, contaminated properties and other state and federal environmental regulatory requirements. Experience in oil & gas, refining, energy or petrochemical industries is a plus. Superior presentation, collaboration and diplomacy skills with excellent judgment and discretion. Ability to manage and prioritize assignments effectively which may be broad in scope and complexity and which involve collaborative work with a team of highly experienced lawyers, as well as employees in different departments and/or with varying degrees of seniority. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to work well under pressure, meet deadlines and function independently without extensive supervision. Ability to learn quickly and apply company policies, procedures and industry practices. Strong individual initiative, discipline and commitment to superior performance, customer service and continuous improvement. Closing date: September 30, 2020
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Counsel, Legal & Compliance

New York City NY Counsel, Legal & Compliance Duties: Perform legal and compliance related research to guide the company's initiatives. Counsel and guide different departments as they seek legal and compliance advice. Draft and negotiate contracts. Develop expertise with respect to Privacy laws including the CCPA & GDPR, and advise on best practices for compliance. Support payments processes, including fraud initiatives, customer screening, tax collection. Develop deep expertise in state and local taxes, including those in major markets outside of the United States. Assist in building the global compliance program at Teachable. Respond to copyright and trademark questions, including DMCA notifications. Work on the front lines with our Customer Operations team directly responding to legal and compliance issues that may be raised by our customers. Implement risk assessments on various topics, including privacy and information security. Stay current on issues that may impact us, such as OFAC, AML Requirements, State Tax Legislation, etc.

Qualifications: JD Degree. New York Bar membership or ability to register as In-House Counsel in New York. 2 - 5 years legal experience in a law firm, in-house, or at a startup. Experience in payments, financial services, tax, privacy, regulatory compliance, or copyright a plus. Ability to roll up sleeves and get things done. Proficiency with taking complex issues and reducing them to consumable, actionable information (after all Slack isn t very conducive to long memos). Detail oriented. Desire and comfortableness working in a startup environment.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2020-09-28

Legal & Compliance - Employment Counsel

New York City NY Position: Legal & Compliance - Employment Counsel Responsibilities: Negotiates and drafts complex and creative employment agreements, offer letters, deferred compensation arrangements, incentive compensation arrangements, and severance agreements. Provides legal advice to the business on matters related to federal, state, and local employment statutes and regulations, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, Wage and Hour Laws, anti-discrimination laws, and applicable state and local statutes and regulations across Rockefeller's rapidly expanding geographic footprint. Monitors federal, state, and local developments in employment law, and apprises key stakeholders of emerging best practices in employment law. Monitors market trends, and apprises key stakeholders of market trends and best practices for employment documents, including employment agreements and policies. Provides practical guidance to the Rockefeller Human Capital team and Rockefeller business units on day-to-day employment and workforce issues, such as issues related to internal investigations, employee discipline, workforce training, employee leaves of absence, wage and hour issues, and worker classification issues. Assists the Rockefeller Human Capital team with drafting and maintaining the Rockefeller Employee Handbook and compliant employment policies and procedures. Partners with the Rockefeller Human Capital team and Rockefeller business units to develop and implement legally compliant employment practices from recruitment through separation. Provides relevant employment law training to business partners. Provides general corporate legal support to the dynamic and growing business units of .

The candidate must have JD Degree from an accredited law school and a member in good standing with a State Bar. Must have 3 years of employment law experience at a top law firm; prior in-house experience not required. Should have prior experience taking primary responsibility for employment-related contracts from drafting through execution. Must have working knowledge of federal, state, and local employment statutes and regulations. Prior experience directly counseling clients, particularly senior executives, a plus. Should have working knowledge of Code Section 409A and/or ERISA a plus. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Must have superior legal drafting skills. Must able to interface effectively with, and provide practical counsel to, cross-functional stakeholders, including senior executives, client advisors, members of the Human Capital team, members of the Finance team, and fellow members of the Legal & Compliance team. Highly independent and decisive; able and eager to be the leading enterprise voice on employment law issues. Should be adaptable; able and eager to operate in a dynamic environment also tackling emerging issues. Must be able and eager to learn about, and assist with, general corporate legal issues, beyond employment law. Interested in building something
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Legal & Compliance - Capital Markets Counsel

New York City NY Legal & Compliance - Capital Markets Counsel Responsibilities: Provides comprehensive transactional and regulatory legal support to the internal Investment Products & Solutions and Capital Markets teams; serves as the primary liaison with relevant outside counsel. Oversees and provides legal support from inception through closing on all capital markets transactions, including innovative private placement transactions. Prepares, reviews, and coordinates transaction documents, including prospectuses, placement agreements, subscription agreements, purchase agreements, and regulatory filings. Oversees the formation of Special Purpose Vehicles in connection with direct investment opportunities and prepares and reviews the relevant formation and operating documents. Ensures compliance with applicable securities laws and regulations. Provides general corporate legal support to the dynamic and growing business units.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and a member in good standing with a State bar. 5 years of capital markets legal experience. Prior experience at either a top law firm or in-house at a financial institution required (prior experience in both settings preferred). Prior experience directly counseling clients, particularly senior executives, a plus. Prior responsibility for transaction management from inception through closing. Familiarity with private placements and Special Purpose Vehicles. Strong working knowledge of securities laws and regulations. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Able to interface effectively with, and provide practical counsel to, cross-functional stakeholders, including senior executives, business team members at all levels of the organization, and fellow members of the Legal & Compliance team. Highly independent and decisive; able and eager to be the leading enterprise voice on capital markets transactional and regulatory issues and financial products issues. Adaptable; able and eager to operate in a dynamic environment; enjoys tackling emerging issues. Able and eager to learn about, and assist with, general corporate legal issues, beyond capital markets law. Interested in building something
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28
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Attorney (Health Care)
Refer job# IHIB152086
 
Attorney (Health Care) Duties: Provide in-depth analysis and legal advice to clients in select business units, consistent with the organization's risk tolerance. Conduct factual inquiries and identify legal issues. Conduct legal research and analysis. Develop and recommend legal strategy and compliant solutions for business challenges in the health insurance industry. Negotiate, draft, review and revise agreements and a variety of other legal documents. Represent and advocate for HealthPartners and its related organizations before a variety of agencies and/or regulatory bodies. Work collaboratively within assigned team, the department, and as part of interdisciplinary teams. Work independently with assigned clients and projects. Actively develop additional areas of expertise; act as backup in multiple substantive areas. Support significant corporate transactions. Manage outside counsel as needed. Model HealthPartners values of excellence, compassion, partnership, and integrity. Perform other duties as assigned by Deputy General Counsel and General Counsel.

Qualifications: Law Degree from an accredited school with strong academic credentials. Current license to practice; must be admitted to Minnesota Courts within 6 months or as determined by the General Counsel. 3+ years of legal experience advising health care delivery entities. Strong communication skills. Experience in the some or all of the following areas: transactions, contracting (professional services, vendor, IS&T), anti-trust, tax exemption, privacy, Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement, regulatory compliance, and medical staff or other experience in the health care industry which would support HealthPartners mission and vision. Excellent computer skills in Microsoft Windows and electronic document management environments. Must possess a working knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and an ability to adapt to new and emerging technologies.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Litigation Counsel
Refer job# DJGA152087
 
Litigation Counsel Duties: Manage litigations for Seattle Genetics in connection with general and IP-related claims and disputes, including: Manage and act as a liaison with outside counsel to handle discovery needs, including conducting research of internal records and databases, and fact and document gathering. Research, Development, and Corporate Development: Provide IP support, including patent preparation and prosecution, and IP diligence, in connection with: Research and development projects. Business transactions.

Qualifications: S. law degree (JD Degree) required. Member of a state Bar and eligible to be admitted to practice in the state of Washington. An advanced degree in biochemistry, chemistry, or a related field is required, PhD preferred. Admission to practice before the US Patent and Trademark Office. 5+ years of experience in the practice of law, with 3+ years of experience in patent prosecution and 3 years in litigation.. Familiarity and experience with procedural and substantive laws of US litigation. Familiarity and experience with patent preparation and prosecution, as well as conduct of IP diligence. Ability to work independently and in a team environment. Ability to manage and drive outside counsel teams. Excellent English written and oral communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Financial Advisor / Tax Attorney
Refer job# WLHK152088
 
Associate Financial Advisor / Tax Attorney The candidate will directly support one of client Counselors regarding issues such as: Investment portfolio construction and management; long-term investment strategy. Income tax planning, including federal and state tax return preparation and tax dispute resolution. Public and private company stock, stock options, restricted stock units, and stock purchase plans. Retirement and other forward-looking planning. Estate plan architecture; gifting strategies; estate and gift taxes.

The candidate should have one or more of the following credentials: law degree (JD, LLM); advanced tax degree/designation (Master of Taxation, LLM, CPA, EA, CFP); CFA. Must have 2-3 years of professional experience in finance, accounting, law, and/or taxation. We are willing to consider applicants with less than 1 year of experience if they have a demonstrated interest in wealth management and tax preparation. Should have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills: the successful candidate eventually is expected to work with clients, give group presentations, and participate in new business development. Extensive Microsoft Office experience and good overall computer skills are required. Must have knowledge and experience with individual income tax issues & return preparation on Prosystem FX. Should preferable have Knowledge and experience with individual income tax issues & return preparation. Experience serving executive/professional clients and exercising a high level of discretion is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Privacy Counsel And Brand Enforcement
Refer job# CNVM152089
 
Privacy Counsel And Brand Enforcement The candidate will investigate and manage cases involving counterfeiting, product diversion, trademark and patent infringement, unauthorized usage of trademarks and copyrighted materials. Manage outside counsel on active cases and review pleadings and correspondence. Assist with managing outside investigators by providing training and guidance on surveys. Conduct high level background checks to support civil and criminal enforcement efforts. Draft cease and desist letters and negotiate successful outcomes for the business. Perform legal research on matters when needed. Counsel and provide support on all privacy and data security related matters managed by the Privacy Office. Advise on the requirements of, and compliance with, federal and state privacy and data security laws. Investigate and respond to data incidents, including preparation of required documentation pursuant to federal and state laws or in response to enforcement actions for alleged data security and privacy violations. Draft privacy policies and procedures for compliance with federal and state laws. Coordinate with outside counsel to advise business on privacy matters. Assist with risk assessments and remediation tasks when appropriate. Must have Juris Doctorate (J.D.) and Bar admission to a U.S. jurisdiction. Should have 2+ years of relevant experience with a private firm or corporate legal department. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Should have knowledge of basic office tools such as word, power point & excel. Experience in intellectual property litigation preferred. Experience advising on privacy and data security law and compliance efforts desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel Employment Leader
Refer job# QWPY152090
 
Associate General Counsel - Employment Leader Responsibilities: Lead a multi-faceted employment strategy across our firm from strategic formulation through operational execution. Develop and inspire others while building and nurturing collaborative relationships with associates at all levels of the firm. Responsible for a team of attorneys and paralegal(s), as well as management of outside council relationships; additionally, integrates with and provides leadership to attorneys in other parts of the division. Scope of work and responsibility is for the entire firm (40,000 associates).

Requirements: Requires JD Degree and license to practice in Missouri or an equivalent state. 10+ years of progressive responsibility as an attorney in private practice, in the public sector, or in an in-house counsel capacity. Demonstrated leadership skills, ability to delegate and mentor, and desire to work well with others. Possesses exceptional legal knowledge, judgment, work ethic and integrity. Extensive knowledge of relevant legal area and regulatory environment. Demonstrated ability to analyze and resolve complex matters. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, with demonstrated ability to influence decisions at senior executive level of organizations. Work experience related to the securities industry is preferred. Leadership involvement in industry associations is preferred. Previous supervisory experience is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property
Refer job# TLUB152091
 
Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property Duties: Engage with IDS management to provide strategic counseling, updates, and recommendations related to the IDS IP portfolio and offensive/defensive patent activities. Maintain strong interactions with R&D and project teams, to identify patentable inventions and create and execute patent strategies. Provide direction to outside counsel on patent filing and prosecution matters globally. Provide landscape analyses and related support for R&D programs. Provide patentability, FTO and related opinions in support of R&D programs and business development activities. Provide IP diligence for M&A and related activities. Monitor third party patent activity in areas of interest. Assist in offensive and defensive patent challenges in global patent offices. Assist commercial attorneys with IP elements of agreements. Assist in management of IP litigation involving IDS. Educate and advise IDS associates on intellectual property issues. As a member of the IP team within BD's Law Group, manage and/or participate in projects impacting the IP team, the Law Group, and BD as a whole. Additional areas of responsibility as assigned.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree required, with preference for advanced degree, in biological/chemical sciences, preferably in Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Systems Biology, Biochemistry, or the like. JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. 7-10 years of law firm and/or in-house experience in life sciences. Experience with and demonstrated competency in biology, microbiology, molecular biology, systems biology, genetics, or the like.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Counsel - Environmental
Refer job# XQKN152009
 
Associate Counsel - Environmental Duties: Conducting legal research (federal and state equivalents) on Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, CERCLA/Superfund, EPCRA, NEPA, TSCA, Endangered Species Act, Oil Pollution Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Solid Waste Disposal Act and OSHA. Staying abreast of trends and development in environmental and regulatory regulations, case law and settlements within the industry. Managing, monitoring and representing the company's interest in multi-party Superfund Site activities, including participating in conference calls and meetings with governmental agencies and other parties (PRPs) and associated reporting. Investigating facts underlying environmental/regulatory matters, primarily CERCLA/Superfund, for drafting and preparing responses to governmental agencies. Maintaining past and current reportable matters for quarterly SEC Reporting of Legal Proceedings. Working with HSE and External Reporting in completing and submitting RCRA and UST, etc. financial assurance filings to various states and federal environmental agencies. Drafting and revising documents associated with environmental permits.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Currently licensed in good standing to practice law in relevant jurisdiction(s). General knowledge of environmental and regulatory law, terminology and clauses associated with energy industry. Working knowledge of one or more of the following: Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, CERCLA/Superfund, EPCRA, NEPA, TSCA, Endangered Species Act, Oil Pollution Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, RCRA, Solid Waste Disposal Act or OSHA. Excellent technology skills using Microsoft Office Products including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint and document comparison software. Preferred: 1 + years of experience in the environmental/regulatory area including experience with compliance counseling, advising on environmental matters in corporate and commercial transactions, due diligence and interactions with applicable regulatory agencies. Subject matter familiarity should include air emissions, industrial and hazardous waste, water quality, wetlands, endangered species, contaminated properties and other state and federal environmental regulatory requirements. Experience in oil & gas, refining, energy or petrochemical industries is a plus. Superior presentation, collaboration and diplomacy skills with excellent judgment and discretion. Ability to manage and prioritize assignments effectively which may be broad in scope and complexity and which involve collaborative work with a team of highly experienced lawyers, as well as employees in different departments and/or with varying degrees of seniority. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to work well under pressure, meet deadlines and function independently without extensive supervision. Ability to learn quickly and apply company policies, procedures and industry practices. Strong individual initiative, discipline and commitment to superior performance, customer service and continuous improvement. Closing date: September 30, 2020
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel, Legal & Compliance
Refer job# FBDT152010
 
Counsel, Legal & Compliance Duties: Perform legal and compliance related research to guide the company's initiatives. Counsel and guide different departments as they seek legal and compliance advice. Draft and negotiate contracts. Develop expertise with respect to Privacy laws including the CCPA & GDPR, and advise on best practices for compliance. Support payments processes, including fraud initiatives, customer screening, tax collection. Develop deep expertise in state and local taxes, including those in major markets outside of the United States. Assist in building the global compliance program at Teachable. Respond to copyright and trademark questions, including DMCA notifications. Work on the front lines with our Customer Operations team directly responding to legal and compliance issues that may be raised by our customers. Implement risk assessments on various topics, including privacy and information security. Stay current on issues that may impact us, such as OFAC, AML Requirements, State Tax Legislation, etc.

Qualifications: JD Degree. New York Bar membership or ability to register as In-House Counsel in New York. 2 - 5 years legal experience in a law firm, in-house, or at a startup. Experience in payments, financial services, tax, privacy, regulatory compliance, or copyright a plus. Ability to roll up sleeves and get things done. Proficiency with taking complex issues and reducing them to consumable, actionable information (after all Slack isn t very conducive to long memos). Detail oriented. Desire and comfortableness working in a startup environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal & Compliance - Employment Counsel
Refer job# IMZY152011
 
Position: Legal & Compliance - Employment Counsel Responsibilities: Negotiates and drafts complex and creative employment agreements, offer letters, deferred compensation arrangements, incentive compensation arrangements, and severance agreements. Provides legal advice to the business on matters related to federal, state, and local employment statutes and regulations, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, Wage and Hour Laws, anti-discrimination laws, and applicable state and local statutes and regulations across Rockefeller's rapidly expanding geographic footprint. Monitors federal, state, and local developments in employment law, and apprises key stakeholders of emerging best practices in employment law. Monitors market trends, and apprises key stakeholders of market trends and best practices for employment documents, including employment agreements and policies. Provides practical guidance to the Rockefeller Human Capital team and Rockefeller business units on day-to-day employment and workforce issues, such as issues related to internal investigations, employee discipline, workforce training, employee leaves of absence, wage and hour issues, and worker classification issues. Assists the Rockefeller Human Capital team with drafting and maintaining the Rockefeller Employee Handbook and compliant employment policies and procedures. Partners with the Rockefeller Human Capital team and Rockefeller business units to develop and implement legally compliant employment practices from recruitment through separation. Provides relevant employment law training to business partners. Provides general corporate legal support to the dynamic and growing business units of .

The candidate must have JD Degree from an accredited law school and a member in good standing with a State Bar. Must have 3 years of employment law experience at a top law firm; prior in-house experience not required. Should have prior experience taking primary responsibility for employment-related contracts from drafting through execution. Must have working knowledge of federal, state, and local employment statutes and regulations. Prior experience directly counseling clients, particularly senior executives, a plus. Should have working knowledge of Code Section 409A and/or ERISA a plus. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Must have superior legal drafting skills. Must able to interface effectively with, and provide practical counsel to, cross-functional stakeholders, including senior executives, client advisors, members of the Human Capital team, members of the Finance team, and fellow members of the Legal & Compliance team. Highly independent and decisive; able and eager to be the leading enterprise voice on employment law issues. Should be adaptable; able and eager to operate in a dynamic environment also tackling emerging issues. Must be able and eager to learn about, and assist with, general corporate legal issues, beyond employment law. Interested in building something
 
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Legal & Compliance - Capital Markets Counsel
Refer job# XRPF152012
 
Legal & Compliance - Capital Markets Counsel Responsibilities: Provides comprehensive transactional and regulatory legal support to the internal Investment Products & Solutions and Capital Markets teams; serves as the primary liaison with relevant outside counsel. Oversees and provides legal support from inception through closing on all capital markets transactions, including innovative private placement transactions. Prepares, reviews, and coordinates transaction documents, including prospectuses, placement agreements, subscription agreements, purchase agreements, and regulatory filings. Oversees the formation of Special Purpose Vehicles in connection with direct investment opportunities and prepares and reviews the relevant formation and operating documents. Ensures compliance with applicable securities laws and regulations. Provides general corporate legal support to the dynamic and growing business units.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and a member in good standing with a State bar. 5 years of capital markets legal experience. Prior experience at either a top law firm or in-house at a financial institution required (prior experience in both settings preferred). Prior experience directly counseling clients, particularly senior executives, a plus. Prior responsibility for transaction management from inception through closing. Familiarity with private placements and Special Purpose Vehicles. Strong working knowledge of securities laws and regulations. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Able to interface effectively with, and provide practical counsel to, cross-functional stakeholders, including senior executives, business team members at all levels of the organization, and fellow members of the Legal & Compliance team. Highly independent and decisive; able and eager to be the leading enterprise voice on capital markets transactional and regulatory issues and financial products issues. Adaptable; able and eager to operate in a dynamic environment; enjoys tackling emerging issues. Able and eager to learn about, and assist with, general corporate legal issues, beyond capital markets law. Interested in building something
 
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