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Corporate Counsel - Markets & Regulations

Atlanta GA Corporate Counsel - Markets & Regulations The candidate will focus primarily on providing legal counsel and support to NS s commercial and management team in furtherance of the rail transportation enterprise. Advise NS business groups on commercial matters, including drafting and negotiating transportation contracts, joint use agreements, and other initiatives for the shipment of commercial products and commodities. Ensures that NS operations are fully compliant with all Federal, state and local laws related to rail transportation, this includes the U.S. Surface Transportation Board, the U.S. Department of Transportation (including the Federal Railroad Administration and the Pipelines and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration), and other Federal, state or local agencies. Directs and participates in commercial litigation, including oversight of outside counsel, selection of case strategy, and drafting and review of legal filings. Will work with internal clients including divisions within the Law Department, marketing personnel, strategic planning personnel, and other business groups, as well as outside counsel and experts to manage and direct representation of NS before Federal, state and local agencies. Advise, draft, negotiate, and oversee complex contractual arrangements necessary for the provision of transportation services. Research, write, and edit briefs and memoranda regarding case specific issues and broader legal initiatives. Evaluate proposed legislation, regulations, and other administrative law matters as they arise, in collaboration with others to develop efficient and appropriate resolutions. Preparation and/or presentation of materials to various internal audiences regarding pending regulatory activities that have an impact on the company s rail operations. Counsel internal clients on federal antitrust requirements and application. Must have 7 years in the legal field and 10+ years in the legal field. Should have background in commercial transactional matters and Federal or State judicial externship or clerkship experience also experience in or with Federal government agency. Must have Doctoral Degree (JD) and Georgia Bar license or active license in another state bar to seek to waive into Georgia Bar after the commencement of employment. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-01

Staff Attorney Or Senior Staff Attorney, Insurance Defense

Las Vegas NV Staff Attorney or Senior Staff Attorney, Insurance Defense Staff Attorney or Senior Staff Attorney, Insurance Defense Duties: Analyze complex legal and factual issues, conduct extensive and develop well-reasoned legal research. Independently create and present defense strategies on behalf of clients. Prepare complex pleadings, written discovery, depositions, motions and briefs in support of defense strategies with autonomy. Partner with our Claims Partners to achieve the best results for insured. Provide effective and timely communications, information, legal advice and other services to clients on legal and factual issues. Communicate with the court, witnesses, opposing counsel and co-counsel with professional diplomacy and discretion. Facilitate prompt, efficient and effective disposition of assigned cases. Independently prepare and present witnesses and evidence at trials, judicial/administrative hearings, arbitrations and alternative dispute resolutions. Research, draft, file and argue appellate briefs in reviewing courts on behalf of clients Provide in-house training to junior associates and/or claims partners. Participate in claims file reviews. Attend continuing legal education seminars in order to maintain high level of professional expertise.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school and license to practice law in the state of Nevada. 3 years of legal practice experience in insurance defense or related practice area. Trial experience is preferred. Positive minded and collaborative team-player attitude. Strong legal research and writing skills. Solid MS Office proficiency (Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook). Lexis Nexis experience is a plus. Self-directed with excellent organizational and prioritization skills. Strong computer skills and the ability to quickly leverage new software as required. Qualified Senior Staff Attorney candidates will possess the following requirements: 5 years of legal practice experience handling insurance defense cases. JD from accredited law school and license to practice law in the state of Nevada. Trial experience is preferred. Positive minded and collaborative team-player attitude. Excellent legal research and writing skills. Strong MS Office proficiency (Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook). Lexis Nexis experience is a plus. Self-directed with excellent organizational and prioritization skills. Strong computer skills and the ability to quickly leverage new software as required.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-04-01

Senior Corporate Counsel

Seattle WA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will primarily support Firm s Web Services, a dynamic and rapidly growing business within Firm. Will be an integral part of the AWS Security team you support, giving input on business and strategy, in addition to providing legal counsel on regulatory matters, resolving issues that arise in commercial relationships, and handling pre-litigation disputes and inquiries. Develop strategies for handling legal issues in creative, business-centric ways and you will build processes that address risk and allow the business flexibility and freedom to move quickly. Also will provide support for AWS s global security operations, working with engineers on complex, emergent matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor (JD) and admitted to at least one State Bar (or equivalent). Must have 6+ years of legal experience with technology-related legal and regulatory matters. Mix of law firm and in-house experience at a technology company is preferred. Experience with cloud computing compliance and regulatory regimes is plus. Strong written and oral communications skills plus.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Corporate Counsel

Austin TX Corporate Counsel The candidate works closely with internal business teams on long-term data protection projects to guide their implementation of privacy controls. Assesses the risk of complying with emerging changes in privacy law and balancing the goals of growth and scaling with the risk to the data protection requirements. Provides subject matter expertise to the commercial legal and sales teams during negotiation of privacy and data protection agreements. Advises business teams on day to day questions about data privacy obligations and commitments. Helps assess the risk to the business of changes in data processing and advising business teams on new or changed uses of data. Develops new policy documents in response to changes in legal requirements. Coordinates with the Incident Response teams. Performs other projects and responsibilities may be added at the manager s discretion.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor (J.D.) from an accredited law school. Any IAPP certifications, such as CIPP/US, CIPP/G, CIPM, or CIPT, will be considered a plus. Other certifications in the cybersecurity, risk management, and fraud prevention areas are also a plus. Should have 2+ years of privacy, security, or technology legal experience. In-house legal experience a plus. Should preferably have experience negotiating contracts with customers and vendors, including data protection terms. Experience with data governance, data mapping, and the data lifecycle preferred. Experience responding to data breach situations or managing data breach notifications desired. Experience with advising a business on navigating the rapidly evolving privacy law landscape preferred. Knowledge of enterprise technology and SaaS solutions essential. Knowledge of IT risk management and Information Security principles needed. Functional knowledge of common privacy and cybersecurity regulatory frameworks (e.g., CCPA, HIPAA, NIST CSF, and FTC guidelines, etc.) essential. Excellent verbal and written communication skills needed. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Director, Corporate Counsel

Cambridge MA Director, Corporate Counsel The candidate will partner on a broad range of corporate legal matters for company's commercial and late-stage products and product candidates, including review of advertising, promotional and medical materials, and strategic advice on transactional and contracting matters. Will report to the Vice President, Corporate Legal Affairs. Serve on promotional and medical review teams and partner with Commercial, Medical Affairs and Regulatory Affairs to help ensure compliance, consistency and accuracy in connection with promotional, medical and disease awareness materials, publications, scientific and medical meeting materials, training materials, and materials for advisory boards andmarket research. Provide legal advice related to materials and initiatives from the Patient Services, Patient Advocacy, Precision Medicine and Clinical Affairs teams. Work collaboratively as a member of cross-functional teams to review other external communication materials, including press releases, conference call scripts, social media postings, website content, and webinar materials. Assist with the review of materials used by teams located outside of the US and, as applicable, help supervise outside counsel and manage the related expenditures to stay within budget. Partner with other members of the legal department as requested to establish and implement periodic risk assessments and audits to identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk. Assist with internal investigations and trainings, as requested. Help support transactional, contracting and other business development initiatives, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating agreements and transaction-related documents. Partner with Compliance, Medical Affairs and other colleagues as requested on review and approval of sponsorships, grants and donations. Develop and deliver training to internal teams, as needed. Represent the department on cross-functional teams, company-wide initiatives or committees, and special projects, as assigned. Maintain a working knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, and enforcement actions to identify emerging trends and risks; keep senior management informed of trends and risks, and help implement related policies, procedures and training programs.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing of the Massachusetts Bar. Must have 5-8 years of legal experience in the biopharmaceutical industry at a large law firm and/or in an in-house legal department. Prior experience advising on advertising and promotional matters as a member of an in-house legal department of a commercial-stage biopharmaceutical company strongly preferred. A thorough understanding of healthcare laws and regulations and corporate governance issues related to development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products, including US Federal healthcare program requirements under the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidelines and opinions, the Sunshine Act, FCPA, the UK Bribery Act, HIPAA, and GDPR needed. Prior experience with drafting and negotiating collaboration and licensing agreements in the biotechnology industry a plus.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2020-03-31

Privacy Counsel

Vancouver WA Privacy Counsel The candidate will assist the company's General Counsel in developing and implementing company strategy for analyzing applicable privacy statutes and regulations, developing compliance strategies, and communicating internally and externally regarding the company's positions and practices. Will monitor existing and proposed privacy and electronic communication laws and regulations and evaluate the potential impact on the business. Understand company products and practices to develop compliance strategy. Advise business regarding new product development and company practices that impact privacy. Communicate regarding privacy-related practices and procedures to business units, and explain privacy practices and legal positions to clients, vendors and other external stakeholders. Coordinate communication with relevant trade groups and/or legislative and regulatory representatives regarding the company's position on relevant proposed privacy laws or regulations. Perform other duties as requested by the company's General Counsel. Should have a J.D. degree from an ABA accredited law school and license in good standing to practice law in a US jurisdiction. Must have 2+ years of substantive privacy law experience. Proficiency/comfort using standard information technology is required. Experience with government affairs a plus. License to practice law in the State of Washington an asset. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Corporate Securities Counsel

Vancouver WA Corporate Securities Counsel The candidate will prepare, manage, and oversee the company's SEC filings, including periodic reports, current reports, proxy statements, securities offerings, and other related filings. Will advise the company and its Board of Directors and committees in the areas of public disclosures, corporate governance and policies, oversight, executive compensation, and other public company obligations and best practices. Advise the company and internal stakeholders regarding external communications, including those related to earnings releases, press releases, and investor presentations. Advise the company and internal stakeholders regarding compliance with SEC and exchange rules and regulations. Provide support for other projects, including assisting with equity offerings as directed by the company's General Counsel. Should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school with a license in good standing to practice law in a US jurisdiction. Must have 10+ years of experience in public company corporate and securities law in a law firm or corporate environment or comparable experience/expertise. Experience implementing and maintaining public company reporting processes and procedures is required. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Compliance Counsel

Weston WI Compliance Counsel Duties: Maintain subject matter expertise of applicable laws and regulations and advise business regarding same. Maintain strong understanding of business operating processes, strategies, products and services. Lead efforts to redesign and maintain a company-wide compliance requirement program. Support business by providing expert advice and influencing changes to processes, procedures, and controls to mitigate compliance risk. Communicate and sometimes lead interactions with regulatory agencies regarding company licensing and examinations. Coordinate with the General Counsel in advising the business on compliance requirement applicability for new products and/or processes and changes in law. Review new/revised operating policies, standards and procedures. Assess operational breakdowns for legal and compliance risk and provide guidance on remediation/recovery plans. Identify trends in data and advise on emerging risks. Provide guidance on event remediation s as needed, with support from the General Counsel.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school; 2+ years of experience at a law firm or in an in-house counsel position. Familiarity with UDAAP, GLBA, FCRA, NACHA and related state laws. Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM) certification or equivalent. Compliance, audit and/or risk management experience in a highly regulated industry. Must be reliable, dynamic, sociable and enthusiastic team players; while possessing a positive can-do attitude, excellent judgement and communication skills. Must also have great attention to detail and ability to multi-task under the stress of deadlines with a strong desire to help the organization succeed.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review and negotiate various agreements for ICE Data Services globally (primarily customer agreements and data sourcing agreements). Assist in the preparation and review of external requests for information (RFI s and RFP s). Perform a legal review of ICE Data Services marketing materials. Help identify risk implications of business strategies and plans. Ensure that advice provided is consistent with the relevant regulatory requirements and ICE policies. Liaise with ICE business areas and provide advice and assistance as requirements might arise. Collaborate closely with business, sales and product teams in the context of commercial negotiations and client discussions/issues.

Qualifications: Qualified lawyer in US jurisdiction. Position is suitable for around 5+ years PQE but candidates of other PQE will be considered if applicable experience. Experience working in-house (experience working at a financial services or financial data/technology company would be viewed very favorably). Experience in commercial licensing transactions, commercial contracting and contract negotiation/providing legal advice across a variety of products and services. Strong communication skills. Experience and understanding of financial services / markets with an ability to work across a broad range of product areas. Knowledge and understanding of the details and practical application of the global regulatory agency and requirements impacting IDS services and exchanges, including, but not limited to MiFID II, SEC, CFTC, EU General Data Protection Regulations, US export control laws and OFAC requirements. Comfortable providing articulate and appropriate guidance to executive management. Ability to work autonomously and to adapt effectively in frequently changing working environments. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects and clients simultaneously and effectively and work in a fast-paced environment; ability to work global timeframes, and when the situation calls for it, willingness to work off hours. Desire and ability to learn business requirements quickly, analyze legal and business risks and propose creative, business-oriented solutions. Ability to give pragmatic, quality and timely ad hoc advice to all areas of the organization including to management and business heads; adding value in commercial and technical discussions.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Corporate Counsel

Centennial CO Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Providing analysis and legal advice on a wide variety of corporate matters focused on the federal securities laws (including the Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and Dodd-Frank Act) and New York Stock Exchange listing standards; Preparation of Exchange Act reports, including 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and proxy statement filings Advising on corporate finance transactions (including public and private securities offerings) and related 1933 Act registration statements; Assisting with the preparation and drafting of agendas and materials for the Board of Directors and its committees, including resolutions and minutes; Maintaining corporate compliance with SEC, NYSE and other legal and regulatory requirements applicable to publicly traded companies, including monitoring developments to ensure continued compliance; Advising on corporate governance and executive compensation matters, and insider trading and Section 16 compliance while working closely with the stock administration team; Maintaining corporate governance requirements of subsidiaries while working collaboratively with team members in other global regions; Preparing and hosting compliance training presentations on relevant topics; Providing legal advice related to investor relations issues, including review of earnings announcements, press releases, and investor communications; Supporting M&A function with due diligence review and resolution of issues, and review of ancillary agreements; Developing and refining policies, templates, and other tools to improve efficiencies within the legal department; and Other matters as appropriate.

Qualifications: JD Degree and active attorney license required. 5+ years of relevant experience in the securities and corporate finance practice areas including corporate securities laws, stock exchange standards, and compensation and governance practices and trends. Demonstrated ability to build cross-functional relationships across the globe. Excellent written/oral communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. Strong analytical skills and capacity to work effectively in a matrixed organizational structure. Growth mindset, highly tuned emotional intelligence and the ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment. Acute attention to detail and ability to multi-task in an evolving corporate culture. Initiative with ability to act decisively, work independently, and exercise excellent judgment.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31
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Corporate Counsel - Markets & Regulations
Refer job# TMKR149009
 
Corporate Counsel - Markets & Regulations The candidate will focus primarily on providing legal counsel and support to NS s commercial and management team in furtherance of the rail transportation enterprise. Advise NS business groups on commercial matters, including drafting and negotiating transportation contracts, joint use agreements, and other initiatives for the shipment of commercial products and commodities. Ensures that NS operations are fully compliant with all Federal, state and local laws related to rail transportation, this includes the U.S. Surface Transportation Board, the U.S. Department of Transportation (including the Federal Railroad Administration and the Pipelines and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration), and other Federal, state or local agencies. Directs and participates in commercial litigation, including oversight of outside counsel, selection of case strategy, and drafting and review of legal filings. Will work with internal clients including divisions within the Law Department, marketing personnel, strategic planning personnel, and other business groups, as well as outside counsel and experts to manage and direct representation of NS before Federal, state and local agencies. Advise, draft, negotiate, and oversee complex contractual arrangements necessary for the provision of transportation services. Research, write, and edit briefs and memoranda regarding case specific issues and broader legal initiatives. Evaluate proposed legislation, regulations, and other administrative law matters as they arise, in collaboration with others to develop efficient and appropriate resolutions. Preparation and/or presentation of materials to various internal audiences regarding pending regulatory activities that have an impact on the company s rail operations. Counsel internal clients on federal antitrust requirements and application. Must have 7 years in the legal field and 10+ years in the legal field. Should have background in commercial transactional matters and Federal or State judicial externship or clerkship experience also experience in or with Federal government agency. Must have Doctoral Degree (JD) and Georgia Bar license or active license in another state bar to seek to waive into Georgia Bar after the commencement of employment.
 
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Staff Attorney Or Senior Staff Attorney, Insurance Defense
Refer job# YBFL149010
 
Staff Attorney or Senior Staff Attorney, Insurance Defense Staff Attorney or Senior Staff Attorney, Insurance Defense Duties: Analyze complex legal and factual issues, conduct extensive and develop well-reasoned legal research. Independently create and present defense strategies on behalf of clients. Prepare complex pleadings, written discovery, depositions, motions and briefs in support of defense strategies with autonomy. Partner with our Claims Partners to achieve the best results for insured. Provide effective and timely communications, information, legal advice and other services to clients on legal and factual issues. Communicate with the court, witnesses, opposing counsel and co-counsel with professional diplomacy and discretion. Facilitate prompt, efficient and effective disposition of assigned cases. Independently prepare and present witnesses and evidence at trials, judicial/administrative hearings, arbitrations and alternative dispute resolutions. Research, draft, file and argue appellate briefs in reviewing courts on behalf of clients Provide in-house training to junior associates and/or claims partners. Participate in claims file reviews. Attend continuing legal education seminars in order to maintain high level of professional expertise.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school and license to practice law in the state of Nevada. 3 years of legal practice experience in insurance defense or related practice area. Trial experience is preferred. Positive minded and collaborative team-player attitude. Strong legal research and writing skills. Solid MS Office proficiency (Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook). Lexis Nexis experience is a plus. Self-directed with excellent organizational and prioritization skills. Strong computer skills and the ability to quickly leverage new software as required. Qualified Senior Staff Attorney candidates will possess the following requirements: 5 years of legal practice experience handling insurance defense cases. JD from accredited law school and license to practice law in the state of Nevada. Trial experience is preferred. Positive minded and collaborative team-player attitude. Excellent legal research and writing skills. Strong MS Office proficiency (Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook). Lexis Nexis experience is a plus. Self-directed with excellent organizational and prioritization skills. Strong computer skills and the ability to quickly leverage new software as required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# RJCS148973
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will primarily support Firm s Web Services, a dynamic and rapidly growing business within Firm. Will be an integral part of the AWS Security team you support, giving input on business and strategy, in addition to providing legal counsel on regulatory matters, resolving issues that arise in commercial relationships, and handling pre-litigation disputes and inquiries. Develop strategies for handling legal issues in creative, business-centric ways and you will build processes that address risk and allow the business flexibility and freedom to move quickly. Also will provide support for AWS s global security operations, working with engineers on complex, emergent matters.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor (JD) and admitted to at least one State Bar (or equivalent). Must have 6+ years of legal experience with technology-related legal and regulatory matters. Mix of law firm and in-house experience at a technology company is preferred. Experience with cloud computing compliance and regulatory regimes is plus. Strong written and oral communications skills plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# EJOA148974
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate works closely with internal business teams on long-term data protection projects to guide their implementation of privacy controls. Assesses the risk of complying with emerging changes in privacy law and balancing the goals of growth and scaling with the risk to the data protection requirements. Provides subject matter expertise to the commercial legal and sales teams during negotiation of privacy and data protection agreements. Advises business teams on day to day questions about data privacy obligations and commitments. Helps assess the risk to the business of changes in data processing and advising business teams on new or changed uses of data. Develops new policy documents in response to changes in legal requirements. Coordinates with the Incident Response teams. Performs other projects and responsibilities may be added at the manager s discretion.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor (J.D.) from an accredited law school. Any IAPP certifications, such as CIPP/US, CIPP/G, CIPM, or CIPT, will be considered a plus. Other certifications in the cybersecurity, risk management, and fraud prevention areas are also a plus. Should have 2+ years of privacy, security, or technology legal experience. In-house legal experience a plus. Should preferably have experience negotiating contracts with customers and vendors, including data protection terms. Experience with data governance, data mapping, and the data lifecycle preferred. Experience responding to data breach situations or managing data breach notifications desired. Experience with advising a business on navigating the rapidly evolving privacy law landscape preferred. Knowledge of enterprise technology and SaaS solutions essential. Knowledge of IT risk management and Information Security principles needed. Functional knowledge of common privacy and cybersecurity regulatory frameworks (e.g., CCPA, HIPAA, NIST CSF, and FTC guidelines, etc.) essential. Excellent verbal and written communication skills needed. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UTBA148975
 
Director, Corporate Counsel The candidate will partner on a broad range of corporate legal matters for company's commercial and late-stage products and product candidates, including review of advertising, promotional and medical materials, and strategic advice on transactional and contracting matters. Will report to the Vice President, Corporate Legal Affairs. Serve on promotional and medical review teams and partner with Commercial, Medical Affairs and Regulatory Affairs to help ensure compliance, consistency and accuracy in connection with promotional, medical and disease awareness materials, publications, scientific and medical meeting materials, training materials, and materials for advisory boards andmarket research. Provide legal advice related to materials and initiatives from the Patient Services, Patient Advocacy, Precision Medicine and Clinical Affairs teams. Work collaboratively as a member of cross-functional teams to review other external communication materials, including press releases, conference call scripts, social media postings, website content, and webinar materials. Assist with the review of materials used by teams located outside of the US and, as applicable, help supervise outside counsel and manage the related expenditures to stay within budget. Partner with other members of the legal department as requested to establish and implement periodic risk assessments and audits to identify potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risk. Assist with internal investigations and trainings, as requested. Help support transactional, contracting and other business development initiatives, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating agreements and transaction-related documents. Partner with Compliance, Medical Affairs and other colleagues as requested on review and approval of sponsorships, grants and donations. Develop and deliver training to internal teams, as needed. Represent the department on cross-functional teams, company-wide initiatives or committees, and special projects, as assigned. Maintain a working knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, and enforcement actions to identify emerging trends and risks; keep senior management informed of trends and risks, and help implement related policies, procedures and training programs.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing of the Massachusetts Bar. Must have 5-8 years of legal experience in the biopharmaceutical industry at a large law firm and/or in an in-house legal department. Prior experience advising on advertising and promotional matters as a member of an in-house legal department of a commercial-stage biopharmaceutical company strongly preferred. A thorough understanding of healthcare laws and regulations and corporate governance issues related to development and commercialization of biopharmaceutical products, including US Federal healthcare program requirements under the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, the False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidelines and opinions, the Sunshine Act, FCPA, the UK Bribery Act, HIPAA, and GDPR needed. Prior experience with drafting and negotiating collaboration and licensing agreements in the biotechnology industry a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Privacy Counsel
Refer job# NUKR148976
 
Privacy Counsel The candidate will assist the company's General Counsel in developing and implementing company strategy for analyzing applicable privacy statutes and regulations, developing compliance strategies, and communicating internally and externally regarding the company's positions and practices. Will monitor existing and proposed privacy and electronic communication laws and regulations and evaluate the potential impact on the business. Understand company products and practices to develop compliance strategy. Advise business regarding new product development and company practices that impact privacy. Communicate regarding privacy-related practices and procedures to business units, and explain privacy practices and legal positions to clients, vendors and other external stakeholders. Coordinate communication with relevant trade groups and/or legislative and regulatory representatives regarding the company's position on relevant proposed privacy laws or regulations. Perform other duties as requested by the company's General Counsel. Should have a J.D. degree from an ABA accredited law school and license in good standing to practice law in a US jurisdiction. Must have 2+ years of substantive privacy law experience. Proficiency/comfort using standard information technology is required. Experience with government affairs a plus. License to practice law in the State of Washington an asset.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Securities Counsel
Refer job# POIN148977
 
Corporate Securities Counsel The candidate will prepare, manage, and oversee the company's SEC filings, including periodic reports, current reports, proxy statements, securities offerings, and other related filings. Will advise the company and its Board of Directors and committees in the areas of public disclosures, corporate governance and policies, oversight, executive compensation, and other public company obligations and best practices. Advise the company and internal stakeholders regarding external communications, including those related to earnings releases, press releases, and investor presentations. Advise the company and internal stakeholders regarding compliance with SEC and exchange rules and regulations. Provide support for other projects, including assisting with equity offerings as directed by the company's General Counsel. Should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school with a license in good standing to practice law in a US jurisdiction. Must have 10+ years of experience in public company corporate and securities law in a law firm or corporate environment or comparable experience/expertise. Experience implementing and maintaining public company reporting processes and procedures is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Compliance Counsel
Refer job# ECPM148978
 
Compliance Counsel Duties: Maintain subject matter expertise of applicable laws and regulations and advise business regarding same. Maintain strong understanding of business operating processes, strategies, products and services. Lead efforts to redesign and maintain a company-wide compliance requirement program. Support business by providing expert advice and influencing changes to processes, procedures, and controls to mitigate compliance risk. Communicate and sometimes lead interactions with regulatory agencies regarding company licensing and examinations. Coordinate with the General Counsel in advising the business on compliance requirement applicability for new products and/or processes and changes in law. Review new/revised operating policies, standards and procedures. Assess operational breakdowns for legal and compliance risk and provide guidance on remediation/recovery plans. Identify trends in data and advise on emerging risks. Provide guidance on event remediation s as needed, with support from the General Counsel.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school; 2+ years of experience at a law firm or in an in-house counsel position. Familiarity with UDAAP, GLBA, FCRA, NACHA and related state laws. Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager (CRCM) certification or equivalent. Compliance, audit and/or risk management experience in a highly regulated industry. Must be reliable, dynamic, sociable and enthusiastic team players; while possessing a positive can-do attitude, excellent judgement and communication skills. Must also have great attention to detail and ability to multi-task under the stress of deadlines with a strong desire to help the organization succeed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZJKY148979
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review and negotiate various agreements for ICE Data Services globally (primarily customer agreements and data sourcing agreements). Assist in the preparation and review of external requests for information (RFI s and RFP s). Perform a legal review of ICE Data Services marketing materials. Help identify risk implications of business strategies and plans. Ensure that advice provided is consistent with the relevant regulatory requirements and ICE policies. Liaise with ICE business areas and provide advice and assistance as requirements might arise. Collaborate closely with business, sales and product teams in the context of commercial negotiations and client discussions/issues.

Qualifications: Qualified lawyer in US jurisdiction. Position is suitable for around 5+ years PQE but candidates of other PQE will be considered if applicable experience. Experience working in-house (experience working at a financial services or financial data/technology company would be viewed very favorably). Experience in commercial licensing transactions, commercial contracting and contract negotiation/providing legal advice across a variety of products and services. Strong communication skills. Experience and understanding of financial services / markets with an ability to work across a broad range of product areas. Knowledge and understanding of the details and practical application of the global regulatory agency and requirements impacting IDS services and exchanges, including, but not limited to MiFID II, SEC, CFTC, EU General Data Protection Regulations, US export control laws and OFAC requirements. Comfortable providing articulate and appropriate guidance to executive management. Ability to work autonomously and to adapt effectively in frequently changing working environments. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects and clients simultaneously and effectively and work in a fast-paced environment; ability to work global timeframes, and when the situation calls for it, willingness to work off hours. Desire and ability to learn business requirements quickly, analyze legal and business risks and propose creative, business-oriented solutions. Ability to give pragmatic, quality and timely ad hoc advice to all areas of the organization including to management and business heads; adding value in commercial and technical discussions.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# GCEY148980
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Providing analysis and legal advice on a wide variety of corporate matters focused on the federal securities laws (including the Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and Dodd-Frank Act) and New York Stock Exchange listing standards; Preparation of Exchange Act reports, including 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and proxy statement filings Advising on corporate finance transactions (including public and private securities offerings) and related 1933 Act registration statements; Assisting with the preparation and drafting of agendas and materials for the Board of Directors and its committees, including resolutions and minutes; Maintaining corporate compliance with SEC, NYSE and other legal and regulatory requirements applicable to publicly traded companies, including monitoring developments to ensure continued compliance; Advising on corporate governance and executive compensation matters, and insider trading and Section 16 compliance while working closely with the stock administration team; Maintaining corporate governance requirements of subsidiaries while working collaboratively with team members in other global regions; Preparing and hosting compliance training presentations on relevant topics; Providing legal advice related to investor relations issues, including review of earnings announcements, press releases, and investor communications; Supporting M&A function with due diligence review and resolution of issues, and review of ancillary agreements; Developing and refining policies, templates, and other tools to improve efficiencies within the legal department; and Other matters as appropriate.

Qualifications: JD Degree and active attorney license required. 5+ years of relevant experience in the securities and corporate finance practice areas including corporate securities laws, stock exchange standards, and compensation and governance practices and trends. Demonstrated ability to build cross-functional relationships across the globe. Excellent written/oral communication, organizational and interpersonal skills. Strong analytical skills and capacity to work effectively in a matrixed organizational structure. Growth mindset, highly tuned emotional intelligence and the ability to work in a diverse and inclusive environment. Acute attention to detail and ability to multi-task in an evolving corporate culture. Initiative with ability to act decisively, work independently, and exercise excellent judgment.
 
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