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Corporate And Securities Counsel

Dearborn MI Corporate and Securities Counsel Responsibilities: Will be responsible for assisting with our corporate disclosures including our proxy statement and various SEC reports, assisting with preparations for our Annual Shareholder Meeting, supporting executive compensation practices and general corporate governance matters. As a part of the broader global legal team, you ll help uphold our high ethical and corporate standards, as well as leverage your legal acuity to assist with a wide-range of critical and cross-functional operational and strategic initiatives to ensure continuous improvement in our practice areas.

Qualifications: Licensed to practice law or the ability to become licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan. 10+ years working with corporate disclosures and governance related matters with demonstrated ability to work efficiently, prioritize workflow, and meet demanding deadlines. 10 + years of experience advising clients, facilitating meetings and delivering clear presentations. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with senior clients. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel (Litigation)

Mountain View CA Corporate Counsel (Litigation) Duties: Driving responses to investigation matters and inquiries involving regulators and other government entities. Managing and resolving a wide range of lawsuits and pre-litigation disputes. Developing all aspects of strategy for managing and resolving cases and investigations. Conducting internal investigations and fact development, including working with witnesses. Working in close partnership with colleagues in the Legal Department and business partners across the company, to achieve good business and legal results and facilitate smart risk-taking. Helping manage Intuit's responses to third-party requests for information, complying with the law and passionately protecting the data of our Company, employees and customers. Supervising outside counsel and litigation consultants, managing budgets and supporting litigation and investigations reporting. Drafting policies and internal procedures, and conducting training to educate business partners; Adding rigor to all aspects of internal processes and champion data-driven decisions.

Qualifications: JD Degree in good standing with California Bar. 7-13 combined years of experience in litigation and investigations with a top-tier law firm, in-house legal department, and/or government office (e.g., U.S. Attorney's office, state Attorney General's office, FTC, SEC, etc.); government experience preferred. A good litigator's mindset: goes the extra mile to get the job done right and sees opportunities in everything they do to deliver awesome results; understands that the details are critical and the stakes can be high; takes lots of pride in their work and what they deliver; identifies issues proactively and develops solutions; loves to win. A good business partner's mindset: comfort and skill at balancing risk and opportunity; thinks creatively and enables the business to make smart decisions. Curious and continuous learner: enjoys jumping into new problems and learning new things; asks why  and how can we improve;  quickly masters the facts; develops long-term knowledge and deep expertise. Ability to independently and successfully manage significant case load and big cross-company projects for multiple internal stakeholders with competing deadlines. Good communication skills and proven ability to interact with business professionals at different levels.
Legal 7 - 13 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel Licensing, Technology Transactions, Business Development

Santa Clara CA Corporate Counsel - Licensing, Technology Transactions, Business Development Duties: Provide business-oriented legal advice to fast-growing high-tech businesses with an emphasis on actionable insight and recommendations. Work closely with business management to develop and implement new business models, ensure understanding of legal concepts and implications, and formulate negotiation strategies and roadmaps. Draft and negotiate a broad range of IP- and technology-related agreements, manage outside counsel, and ensure proper internal alignment and approval of deals. Conduct or oversee due diligence on IP portfolios, startup companies, and proposed deals. Work closely with attorneys from the IP Dept, Commercial Transactions groups (sales and supplier agreements), Litigation/Investigations, and other legal functions along with representatives from Finance, Operations, Tax, Treasury, Trade, HR, Environmental Health & Safety, Security, and Real Estate/Facilities to analyze and mitigate risks, and coordinate efficient deal execution. Contribute to the development of corporate policies and best practices. Create, implement, and improve processes to mitigate risk, reduce inefficiencies, and improve responsiveness. Provide training on policies, practices, new business models, and legal issues to the business units and within the Global Law Dept.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 5+ years of legal experience in both law firm and in-house corporate legal departments with a focus on technology transactions including IP licenses, joint development agreements, IP purchases and sales, and other strategic alliances. Excellent verbal and written communication skills; active listener; inclusive. Excellent negotiation skills including first-hand experience of leading negotiations with parties across multiple jurisdictions. Preferred: Licensed to practice in California. Registered US patent attorney or substantial experience in patent and trade secret litigation, and IP-related due diligence for M&A or other transactions. Technical acumen, and a capacity to quickly learn new business and technology concepts. Experience with IP-related investigations and competitive intelligence. Experience working with venture capital firms or investments, or counseling startup companies. Familiarity with key US and foreign antitrust and unfair competition issues impacting licenses and other IP transactions. Strong intellect and capacity for handling complexity (both in terms of sophisticated legal and business issues and multiple, overlapping projects). Sound legal and business judgment, and personal standards of excellence. Ability to organize and condense complicated legal and business situations into easily-understandable presentations with clear guidance and recommendations. Understand how to translate business needs into contract language, including creativity in finding solutions to help resolve business issues. Passionate, proactive, highly-motivated, able to work independently on a wide variety of tasks and drive results. Ability to prioritize and manage projects, and shift priorities quickly as business needs evolve. Excellent organizational skills, including attention to detail and ability to define specific action plans based on general guidance and deliver results. Ability to see the big picture and identify and design-out problems from the outset; continuous improvement mindset. Ability to work collaboratively across organizational boundaries, and with a diverse group of colleagues and internal clients in multiple countries. Personal presence that inspires trust and confidence; highest integrity; willingness to engage in constructive debate; desire to do things the right way and fortitude to speak out when confronted with challenges. Ability to lead and ability to perform as part of a team.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Content Manager/attorney Editor (corporate And Merger & Acquisition)

New York City NY Content Manager/Attorney Editor (Corporate and Merger & Acquisition) The candidate in this role will use practical legal knowledge to inform content development and assist in developing the strategic direction for the product. Will help deliver a compelling and all-purpose practical guidance legal product across targeted markets as a member of a multi-disciplined team of content developers, product planners, external consultants, IT specialists, and marketing and sales representatives. This person will: Develop, write and edit practical guidance on a variety of merger & acquisition topics and trends. Draft, review, and annotate forms and checklists. Monitor trends in Merger & Acquisition law. Recruit and manage external authors to ensure timely delivery of content. Make recommendations concerning overall content strategy and expansion, and assist in product design. Monitor competitiveness of the product offering. Basic Qualifications: 5+ years of recent experience (preferably at an Am Law 100/200 firm) practicing mergers and acquisitions law. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience drafting and negotiating merger agreements, purchase agreements, stockholders agreements, LLC agreements and other documentation in connection with Merger & Acquisition transactions and related corporate matters. Deep knowledge of Merger & Acquisition trends and workflow. Strong professional network of Merger & Acquisition attorneys. Excellent writing, editing, and research skills; strong practical writer; experience drafting client alerts and/or composing and delivering CLE presentations. Experience leading associate training programs. Active bar membership in good standing. 5+ years of experience to help develop online legal products, tools, and solutions for attorneys. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Senior International Trade Compliance Counsel

Palm Beach Gardens FL Senior International Trade Compliance Counsel The candidate will provide general advice and counseling on international trade compliance laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standard work. Will manage investigations of potential or suspected violations of law or company policy and, where required, prepare disclosures to U.S. Government agencies. Manage all trade compliance matters in the ITC investigation management system, including opening new investigations and inquiries, working with key investigators, and oversee the completion of corrective actions by business units throughout the globe. Manage and oversee complex transaction reviews for our global business enterprise that touch on multi-jurisdictional sanctions programs and export control regimes. Manage and update sanctions, export & licensing compliance procedures; draft processes and work step instructions in support of compliance policy and procedures. Implement new processes and procedures across business. Support the development and communication of solid ITC program infrastructure, leadership, culture, awareness and training. Prepare factual summaries, presentations and training materials regarding trade compliance issues and obligations, and lead presentations to and training sessions for business teams and management as needed. Participate in audits, internal reviews and investigations to identify compliance enhancement opportunities and develop corrective actions and risk mitigation strategies to address compliance gaps. Project leadership in compliance enhancement initiatives by collaborating with other departments (Engineering, Human Resources, Supply Chain, IT etc.) and leading cross-functional teams.

The candidate should have BA/BS degree and JD with 5+ years of experience. Must have extensive working knowledge of the EAR, OFAC and other sanction programs, and antiboycott regulations. General corporate or commercial experience providing guidance and practical solutions for doing business  with or in other countries preferred. Must be proficient at approaching problems/risks/issues with professionalism, confidence and decisiveness. Compliance program, risk management and/or investigations experience a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Associate Principal Counsel - Employment

Burbank CA Associate Principal Counsel - Employment The candidate will be responsible for: Advise on harassment, discrimination and retaliation investigations. Counsel internal clients on various employment matters. Evaluate requests for accommodation. Draft responses to claims and demand letters. Revise administrative charge responses. Analyze equal pay claims. Research and advise on legislative trends in harassment prevention and other areas. Work with Employee Relations to enhance training programs. Handle administrative conferences and hearings as experience and interest warrant. Research and advise on Guild, Film Institute and other industry organizations evolving policies and standards in the areas of diversity, fair pay and harassment. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience in a law firm or corporate legal department or a combination. Must have ability to spot and analyze complex issues and devise practical strategies and solutions. Should have superior written and oral communication skills. Must have superior drafting and negotiating skills. Must have Admitted or eligible for admission to practice in California. Should have JD degree. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel (legal)

Medford OR Corporate Counsel (Legal) The candidate will be responsible for: Assist the Vice President, Legal Officer and General Counsel and other members of the Legal, Compliance and Privacy Team in the administration of the company compliance program, including performance of risk assessments, auditing, monitoring, privacy investigations and remediation. Develop, draft, review and revise the company compliance program, code of conduct and related policies and procedures. Provide guidance to company management regarding compliance with applicable laws and company standards, policies and procedures, including laws governing fraud, waste and abuse (FWA), and provider compensation. Lead proactive investigation and evaluation of potential compliance issues, and implementation of remedial and preventive action. Coordinate with members of the Legal, Compliance and Privacy Team to anticipate and understand changing regulatory requirements and develop strategies to ensure continuing compliance with applicable laws. Assist the Vice President, Legal Officer and General Counsel in matters relating to company operations, including Medicare and Medicaid provider and supplier requirements, accreditation standards, quality assessments, medical staff credentialing and peer review, patient rights, and provider compensation. Assist the Vice President, Legal Officer and General Counsel and company stakeholders in structuring, drafting, reviewing, negotiating and closing of business transactions and operational agreements. Develop and implement educational tools and processes to facilitate executive and management decision-making within a clear legal and compliance framework. Juris Doctor (JD) law degree from an accredited law school required. Should have 3-5 years of healthcare experience in a law firm, governmental agency or in-house legal department (or combination thereof). Must have significant experience in and understanding of healthcare fraud, waste and abuse laws. Demonstrated experience with regulatory issue spotting, research, analysis, and guidance. Admitted to the State Bar of Oregon OR at least one State Bar Admission (in good standing) AND the ability to gain admission to Oregon Bar or otherwise meet any applicable in-house counsel practice rules within one year of hire. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-06-29

Assistant Corporate Counsel - Employment Law

Pittsburgh PA Assistant Corporate Counsel - Employment Law The candidate will provide legal guidance and support on labor and employment law matters. Responsibilities: Provide timely and thorough legal guidance on a range of employment issues including: recruiting; hiring; employee relations; discipline and terminations; internal investigations; leaves of absence; wage and hour compliance; labor relations; EEO compliance; and contingent worker issues. Advise and update the business about changes in Federal, state and local laws and regulations (Title VII, FMLA, FLSA, ADEA, ADA, etc.), including updating policies and handbooks, as necessary. Draft separation and settlement agreements, offer letters & respond to demand letters, as assigned. Manage labor and employment charges of discrimination and litigation, including managing outside counsel spend. Train the business on existing and emerging global labor and employment laws. Oversee or conduct investigations related to alleged violations of company policies, laws, and regulations. Perform records research, and legal and factual research and prepare memorandums of findings, as necessary. Organize and track case files in Serengeti or other available legal database reporting system (including preparation of written reports such as claims and litigation holds and reports). Coordinate law office activities such as subpoena delivery and responses; work with internal partners as needed to ensure accurate processing of garnishments; unemployment compensation; etc. Secondary responsibility to assist with other legal functions as delegated by Vice President-Employment Law and Chief Inclusion & Diversity Officer. Act discreetly in handling sensitive and confidential matters. Qualifications: JD Degree. Membership in good standing with at least one State bar (admitted in Pennsylvania or eligible for In-house corporate counsel license). 4+ years experience; retail and international business experience preferred. Experience with a corporate law firm or in-house experience, or combination of both. High degree of proficiency MS Office Suite, Outlook & Internet applications. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Compliance Counsel, Americas

Greensboro NC Compliance Counsel, Americas The candidate will be responsible for: Supports and upholds company management in compliance matters to strengthen compliance awareness and interacts with managers and employees at the company's above referenced locations; plays a key role in identifying potential compliance obstacles and provides compliance input and advice. Manages third party due diligence program in designated business areas. Works closely with legal team, senior management and human resources to evaluate and respond to suspected compliance violations, conduct and/or oversee internal investigations, and assist in development of appropriate countermeasures and oversee implementation of such countermeasures in a timely manner. Ensures company employees understand and comply with relevant compliance policies through training and communication. Continuously improves compliance tools and databases. Identifies potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risks within the business units; develops and implements corresponding preventive/corrective action plans; tracks progress on remediation and provides appropriate reporting. Prepares for the possibility of audits and investigations by developing strategies, maintaining records and designing procedures. Must have JD from a top-tier law school. Should have 5-7 years of experience in corporate compliance, with a minimum of 3 years in-house. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills including the ability to effectively write and edit reports and business correspondence. Should have good project management skills. Must have solid understanding of key anti-bribery laws and sanctions/export control laws applicable to the company, including the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ( FCPA ) and Office of Foreign Assets Control ( OFAC ) trade sanctions. Should have proficiency in leading in-person and online training and other presentations. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel - Clinical Development

Wilmington NC Corporate Counsel - Clinical Development The candidate will advise function leadership and managers regarding contract negotiations, dispute resolution, policy and compliance matters within the business segment, and contributes to the development and implementation of contracting policies and risk management strategies. Will advise contract managers and function leadership regarding customer contracts, vendor contracts, confidentiality agreements, and other contracts as assigned under the supervision of Legal department leadership. Must be actively develop, support and contribute to the continuous improvement of Legal processes and procedures including contractual templates, risk mitigation strategies, and function-specific legal research. Also support corporate initiatives including corporate administration, transactions, dispute resolution, and other legal department initiatives as required. Should have excellent contract drafting and negotiation skills are essential requirement. Must have capacity to review large commercial contracts and provide practical, business-focused advice is required. Should have comprehensive knowledge of general corporate business practices and a sound understanding of contracting models and commercial practices is required. Experience in the clinical research industry or a healthcare services field is helpful. Language capabilities in addition to English are valued. A Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an ABA-accredited law school is required. Should have at least 2 years of contract negotiation, drafting or related legal experience, including intern and law clerk activities. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29
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Senior Site Contracts Associate
In-House,IQVIA.
Location : Wilmington, NC, United States

Senior Site Contracts Associate DUTIES: Delivers investigator / institution research-related agreements. Negotiates clinical trial agreement language and budgets with sites using pre-defined negotiating parameters. Serves as the primary site contra... + read more

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Senior Site Contracts Associate
In-House,IQVIA.
Location : Morrisville, NC, United States

Senior Site Contracts Associate DUTIES: Delivers investigator / institution research-related agreements. Negotiates clinical trial agreement language and budgets with sites using pre-defined negotiating parameters. Serves as the primary site contra... + read more

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Director And Senior Corporate Counsel, Securities And Corporate Governance
In-House,Autodesk Inc
Location : San Francisco, CA, United States

Director and Senior Corporate Counsel, Securities and Corporate Governance Responsibilities: Manages the preparation and filing of periodic and annual reports and other securities-law filings, including Securities and Exchange Commission filings on ... + read more

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Corporate And Securities Counsel
Refer job# POVK150337
 
Corporate and Securities Counsel Responsibilities: Will be responsible for assisting with our corporate disclosures including our proxy statement and various SEC reports, assisting with preparations for our Annual Shareholder Meeting, supporting executive compensation practices and general corporate governance matters. As a part of the broader global legal team, you ll help uphold our high ethical and corporate standards, as well as leverage your legal acuity to assist with a wide-range of critical and cross-functional operational and strategic initiatives to ensure continuous improvement in our practice areas.

Qualifications: Licensed to practice law or the ability to become licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan. 10+ years working with corporate disclosures and governance related matters with demonstrated ability to work efficiently, prioritize workflow, and meet demanding deadlines. 10 + years of experience advising clients, facilitating meetings and delivering clear presentations. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with senior clients. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel (Litigation)
Refer job# QMYI150338
 
Corporate Counsel (Litigation) Duties: Driving responses to investigation matters and inquiries involving regulators and other government entities. Managing and resolving a wide range of lawsuits and pre-litigation disputes. Developing all aspects of strategy for managing and resolving cases and investigations. Conducting internal investigations and fact development, including working with witnesses. Working in close partnership with colleagues in the Legal Department and business partners across the company, to achieve good business and legal results and facilitate smart risk-taking. Helping manage Intuit's responses to third-party requests for information, complying with the law and passionately protecting the data of our Company, employees and customers. Supervising outside counsel and litigation consultants, managing budgets and supporting litigation and investigations reporting. Drafting policies and internal procedures, and conducting training to educate business partners; Adding rigor to all aspects of internal processes and champion data-driven decisions.

Qualifications: JD Degree in good standing with California Bar. 7-13 combined years of experience in litigation and investigations with a top-tier law firm, in-house legal department, and/or government office (e.g., U.S. Attorney's office, state Attorney General's office, FTC, SEC, etc.); government experience preferred. A good litigator's mindset: goes the extra mile to get the job done right and sees opportunities in everything they do to deliver awesome results; understands that the details are critical and the stakes can be high; takes lots of pride in their work and what they deliver; identifies issues proactively and develops solutions; loves to win. A good business partner's mindset: comfort and skill at balancing risk and opportunity; thinks creatively and enables the business to make smart decisions. Curious and continuous learner: enjoys jumping into new problems and learning new things; asks why  and how can we improve;  quickly masters the facts; develops long-term knowledge and deep expertise. Ability to independently and successfully manage significant case load and big cross-company projects for multiple internal stakeholders with competing deadlines. Good communication skills and proven ability to interact with business professionals at different levels.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel Licensing, Technology Transactions, Business Development
Refer job# VMOC150339
 
Corporate Counsel - Licensing, Technology Transactions, Business Development Duties: Provide business-oriented legal advice to fast-growing high-tech businesses with an emphasis on actionable insight and recommendations. Work closely with business management to develop and implement new business models, ensure understanding of legal concepts and implications, and formulate negotiation strategies and roadmaps. Draft and negotiate a broad range of IP- and technology-related agreements, manage outside counsel, and ensure proper internal alignment and approval of deals. Conduct or oversee due diligence on IP portfolios, startup companies, and proposed deals. Work closely with attorneys from the IP Dept, Commercial Transactions groups (sales and supplier agreements), Litigation/Investigations, and other legal functions along with representatives from Finance, Operations, Tax, Treasury, Trade, HR, Environmental Health & Safety, Security, and Real Estate/Facilities to analyze and mitigate risks, and coordinate efficient deal execution. Contribute to the development of corporate policies and best practices. Create, implement, and improve processes to mitigate risk, reduce inefficiencies, and improve responsiveness. Provide training on policies, practices, new business models, and legal issues to the business units and within the Global Law Dept.

Qualifications: JD Degree. 5+ years of legal experience in both law firm and in-house corporate legal departments with a focus on technology transactions including IP licenses, joint development agreements, IP purchases and sales, and other strategic alliances. Excellent verbal and written communication skills; active listener; inclusive. Excellent negotiation skills including first-hand experience of leading negotiations with parties across multiple jurisdictions. Preferred: Licensed to practice in California. Registered US patent attorney or substantial experience in patent and trade secret litigation, and IP-related due diligence for M&A or other transactions. Technical acumen, and a capacity to quickly learn new business and technology concepts. Experience with IP-related investigations and competitive intelligence. Experience working with venture capital firms or investments, or counseling startup companies. Familiarity with key US and foreign antitrust and unfair competition issues impacting licenses and other IP transactions. Strong intellect and capacity for handling complexity (both in terms of sophisticated legal and business issues and multiple, overlapping projects). Sound legal and business judgment, and personal standards of excellence. Ability to organize and condense complicated legal and business situations into easily-understandable presentations with clear guidance and recommendations. Understand how to translate business needs into contract language, including creativity in finding solutions to help resolve business issues. Passionate, proactive, highly-motivated, able to work independently on a wide variety of tasks and drive results. Ability to prioritize and manage projects, and shift priorities quickly as business needs evolve. Excellent organizational skills, including attention to detail and ability to define specific action plans based on general guidance and deliver results. Ability to see the big picture and identify and design-out problems from the outset; continuous improvement mindset. Ability to work collaboratively across organizational boundaries, and with a diverse group of colleagues and internal clients in multiple countries. Personal presence that inspires trust and confidence; highest integrity; willingness to engage in constructive debate; desire to do things the right way and fortitude to speak out when confronted with challenges. Ability to lead and ability to perform as part of a team.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Content Manager/attorney Editor (corporate And Merger & Acquisition)
Refer job# YFBC150340
 
Content Manager/Attorney Editor (Corporate and Merger & Acquisition) The candidate in this role will use practical legal knowledge to inform content development and assist in developing the strategic direction for the product. Will help deliver a compelling and all-purpose practical guidance legal product across targeted markets as a member of a multi-disciplined team of content developers, product planners, external consultants, IT specialists, and marketing and sales representatives. This person will: Develop, write and edit practical guidance on a variety of merger & acquisition topics and trends. Draft, review, and annotate forms and checklists. Monitor trends in Merger & Acquisition law. Recruit and manage external authors to ensure timely delivery of content. Make recommendations concerning overall content strategy and expansion, and assist in product design. Monitor competitiveness of the product offering. Basic Qualifications: 5+ years of recent experience (preferably at an Am Law 100/200 firm) practicing mergers and acquisitions law. Preferred Qualifications: Significant experience drafting and negotiating merger agreements, purchase agreements, stockholders agreements, LLC agreements and other documentation in connection with Merger & Acquisition transactions and related corporate matters. Deep knowledge of Merger & Acquisition trends and workflow. Strong professional network of Merger & Acquisition attorneys. Excellent writing, editing, and research skills; strong practical writer; experience drafting client alerts and/or composing and delivering CLE presentations. Experience leading associate training programs. Active bar membership in good standing. 5+ years of experience to help develop online legal products, tools, and solutions for attorneys.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior International Trade Compliance Counsel
Refer job# BFXJ150341
 
Senior International Trade Compliance Counsel The candidate will provide general advice and counseling on international trade compliance laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standard work. Will manage investigations of potential or suspected violations of law or company policy and, where required, prepare disclosures to U.S. Government agencies. Manage all trade compliance matters in the ITC investigation management system, including opening new investigations and inquiries, working with key investigators, and oversee the completion of corrective actions by business units throughout the globe. Manage and oversee complex transaction reviews for our global business enterprise that touch on multi-jurisdictional sanctions programs and export control regimes. Manage and update sanctions, export & licensing compliance procedures; draft processes and work step instructions in support of compliance policy and procedures. Implement new processes and procedures across business. Support the development and communication of solid ITC program infrastructure, leadership, culture, awareness and training. Prepare factual summaries, presentations and training materials regarding trade compliance issues and obligations, and lead presentations to and training sessions for business teams and management as needed. Participate in audits, internal reviews and investigations to identify compliance enhancement opportunities and develop corrective actions and risk mitigation strategies to address compliance gaps. Project leadership in compliance enhancement initiatives by collaborating with other departments (Engineering, Human Resources, Supply Chain, IT etc.) and leading cross-functional teams.

The candidate should have BA/BS degree and JD with 5+ years of experience. Must have extensive working knowledge of the EAR, OFAC and other sanction programs, and antiboycott regulations. General corporate or commercial experience providing guidance and practical solutions for doing business  with or in other countries preferred. Must be proficient at approaching problems/risks/issues with professionalism, confidence and decisiveness. Compliance program, risk management and/or investigations experience a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Principal Counsel - Employment
Refer job# KOMH150343
 
Associate Principal Counsel - Employment The candidate will be responsible for: Advise on harassment, discrimination and retaliation investigations. Counsel internal clients on various employment matters. Evaluate requests for accommodation. Draft responses to claims and demand letters. Revise administrative charge responses. Analyze equal pay claims. Research and advise on legislative trends in harassment prevention and other areas. Work with Employee Relations to enhance training programs. Handle administrative conferences and hearings as experience and interest warrant. Research and advise on Guild, Film Institute and other industry organizations evolving policies and standards in the areas of diversity, fair pay and harassment. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience in a law firm or corporate legal department or a combination. Must have ability to spot and analyze complex issues and devise practical strategies and solutions. Should have superior written and oral communication skills. Must have superior drafting and negotiating skills. Must have Admitted or eligible for admission to practice in California. Should have JD degree.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel (legal)
Refer job# WKXM150344
 
Corporate Counsel (Legal) The candidate will be responsible for: Assist the Vice President, Legal Officer and General Counsel and other members of the Legal, Compliance and Privacy Team in the administration of the company compliance program, including performance of risk assessments, auditing, monitoring, privacy investigations and remediation. Develop, draft, review and revise the company compliance program, code of conduct and related policies and procedures. Provide guidance to company management regarding compliance with applicable laws and company standards, policies and procedures, including laws governing fraud, waste and abuse (FWA), and provider compensation. Lead proactive investigation and evaluation of potential compliance issues, and implementation of remedial and preventive action. Coordinate with members of the Legal, Compliance and Privacy Team to anticipate and understand changing regulatory requirements and develop strategies to ensure continuing compliance with applicable laws. Assist the Vice President, Legal Officer and General Counsel in matters relating to company operations, including Medicare and Medicaid provider and supplier requirements, accreditation standards, quality assessments, medical staff credentialing and peer review, patient rights, and provider compensation. Assist the Vice President, Legal Officer and General Counsel and company stakeholders in structuring, drafting, reviewing, negotiating and closing of business transactions and operational agreements. Develop and implement educational tools and processes to facilitate executive and management decision-making within a clear legal and compliance framework. Juris Doctor (JD) law degree from an accredited law school required. Should have 3-5 years of healthcare experience in a law firm, governmental agency or in-house legal department (or combination thereof). Must have significant experience in and understanding of healthcare fraud, waste and abuse laws. Demonstrated experience with regulatory issue spotting, research, analysis, and guidance. Admitted to the State Bar of Oregon OR at least one State Bar Admission (in good standing) AND the ability to gain admission to Oregon Bar or otherwise meet any applicable in-house counsel practice rules within one year of hire.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant Corporate Counsel - Employment Law
Refer job# YTWP150345
 
Assistant Corporate Counsel - Employment Law The candidate will provide legal guidance and support on labor and employment law matters. Responsibilities: Provide timely and thorough legal guidance on a range of employment issues including: recruiting; hiring; employee relations; discipline and terminations; internal investigations; leaves of absence; wage and hour compliance; labor relations; EEO compliance; and contingent worker issues. Advise and update the business about changes in Federal, state and local laws and regulations (Title VII, FMLA, FLSA, ADEA, ADA, etc.), including updating policies and handbooks, as necessary. Draft separation and settlement agreements, offer letters & respond to demand letters, as assigned. Manage labor and employment charges of discrimination and litigation, including managing outside counsel spend. Train the business on existing and emerging global labor and employment laws. Oversee or conduct investigations related to alleged violations of company policies, laws, and regulations. Perform records research, and legal and factual research and prepare memorandums of findings, as necessary. Organize and track case files in Serengeti or other available legal database reporting system (including preparation of written reports such as claims and litigation holds and reports). Coordinate law office activities such as subpoena delivery and responses; work with internal partners as needed to ensure accurate processing of garnishments; unemployment compensation; etc. Secondary responsibility to assist with other legal functions as delegated by Vice President-Employment Law and Chief Inclusion & Diversity Officer. Act discreetly in handling sensitive and confidential matters. Qualifications: JD Degree. Membership in good standing with at least one State bar (admitted in Pennsylvania or eligible for In-house corporate counsel license). 4+ years experience; retail and international business experience preferred. Experience with a corporate law firm or in-house experience, or combination of both. High degree of proficiency MS Office Suite, Outlook & Internet applications.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Compliance Counsel, Americas
Refer job# HMDF150347
 
Compliance Counsel, Americas The candidate will be responsible for: Supports and upholds company management in compliance matters to strengthen compliance awareness and interacts with managers and employees at the company's above referenced locations; plays a key role in identifying potential compliance obstacles and provides compliance input and advice. Manages third party due diligence program in designated business areas. Works closely with legal team, senior management and human resources to evaluate and respond to suspected compliance violations, conduct and/or oversee internal investigations, and assist in development of appropriate countermeasures and oversee implementation of such countermeasures in a timely manner. Ensures company employees understand and comply with relevant compliance policies through training and communication. Continuously improves compliance tools and databases. Identifies potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risks within the business units; develops and implements corresponding preventive/corrective action plans; tracks progress on remediation and provides appropriate reporting. Prepares for the possibility of audits and investigations by developing strategies, maintaining records and designing procedures. Must have JD from a top-tier law school. Should have 5-7 years of experience in corporate compliance, with a minimum of 3 years in-house. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills including the ability to effectively write and edit reports and business correspondence. Should have good project management skills. Must have solid understanding of key anti-bribery laws and sanctions/export control laws applicable to the company, including the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ( FCPA ) and Office of Foreign Assets Control ( OFAC ) trade sanctions. Should have proficiency in leading in-person and online training and other presentations.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Clinical Development
Refer job# RFIT150348
 
Corporate Counsel - Clinical Development The candidate will advise function leadership and managers regarding contract negotiations, dispute resolution, policy and compliance matters within the business segment, and contributes to the development and implementation of contracting policies and risk management strategies. Will advise contract managers and function leadership regarding customer contracts, vendor contracts, confidentiality agreements, and other contracts as assigned under the supervision of Legal department leadership. Must be actively develop, support and contribute to the continuous improvement of Legal processes and procedures including contractual templates, risk mitigation strategies, and function-specific legal research. Also support corporate initiatives including corporate administration, transactions, dispute resolution, and other legal department initiatives as required. Should have excellent contract drafting and negotiation skills are essential requirement. Must have capacity to review large commercial contracts and provide practical, business-focused advice is required. Should have comprehensive knowledge of general corporate business practices and a sound understanding of contracting models and commercial practices is required. Experience in the clinical research industry or a healthcare services field is helpful. Language capabilities in addition to English are valued. A Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an ABA-accredited law school is required. Should have at least 2 years of contract negotiation, drafting or related legal experience, including intern and law clerk activities.
 
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