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Associate Counsel, Intellectual Property

San Francisco CA Associate Counsel, Intellectual Property The candidate will assist with maintenance of company's domestic and foreign trademark portfolio. Assist with trademark clearance searching and draft opinions regarding the same. Assist with domestic and foreign trademark prosecution, including drafting trademark applications and office action responses, and manage domestic and foreign outside counsel's handling of the same. Assist with domestic and foreign dispute matters, including outgoing and incoming takedowns, cease and desist letters, oppositions and cancellations, and manage domestic and foreign outside counsel's handling of the same. Serve as a front-line attorney, counseling company's dynamic business and marketing professionals who help to develop, launch, and constantly improve company's business and technology. Identify and resolve legal issues related to trademarks, copyrights, and the right of publicity, working directly with business clients to provide on-the-ground support. Collaborate closely with colleagues on various business teams, the IP Team, and the wider Legal Team, to provide comprehensive advice, and solve legal problems quickly.

The candidate should have J.D. and license to practice law in at least one state. Must have 2-4 years of legal experience in law firm practice and/or in-house (in-house experience is a plus). Experience and high comfort level in reviewing, drafting, and negotiating dispute settlement agreements is required. Must have eperience analyzing and advising on a wide range of legal issues related to trademarks, copyrights, and the right of publicity. Should have flexibility to perform in nimble, rapidly changing, and growing environments. Strong team orientation encouraging communication and cooperation across organizations and functions are required. Must have strong communication skills.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-11-14

Compliance Counsel

Oakland CA Compliance Counsel The candidate will assist with conducting the Firms annual compliance review, including working with the Firms outside compliance consultants to review the Firms compliance policies and procedures regarding key risk areas. The annual review process includes performing periodic transactional and forensic testing to ensure compliance with the Firms policies and procedures. Will review marketing materials and investor communications to ensure compliance with firm's policy and governing laws and regulations; develop training materials and provide guidance to the Investor Relations and Marketing teams on fundraising and marketing activities. Assist in review of subscription documents and performance of anti-money laundering (AML) procedures. Work with third-party service providers on ongoing monitoring of the Funds investors to ensure the Firm and its funds are following relevant AML regulations. Research regulatory and compliance issues such as privacy, non-US marketing restrictions, SEC Pay-to-Play Rule compliance, and other issues. Perform compliance monitoring activities such as trade monitoring and email and social media surveillance. Prepare and deliver compliance training. Provide support with respect to SEC examinations and regulatory inquiries.

The candidate should have Bachelor's Degree and J.D. Bar member in good standing. Must have 2+ years of broad-based regulatory/compliance legal experience, within an international law firm and/or as in-house counsel supporting a U.S. registered investment adviser. Experience in private equity, credit, and/or hedge fund environments is highly desirable, either in a law firm or industry is required. Strong organizational, analytical, written, and verbal communication skills needed. Experience working with Excel, PowerPoint, and developing and maintaining various analyses and reporting tools is required. Experience with compliance monitoring software and systems highly desired.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-12

Senior Compliance Attorney

Petaluma CA Senior Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for companys compliance with regulatory requirements with a focus on ethics. Provides expertise to comply with regulations in the fields of consumer finance. Act as legal lead in implementing and maintaining compliance programs. Advise business and compliance teams on consumer finance regulatory issues including consumer financing regulations. Develop and implement strategy for managing and resolving regulatory inquiries and investigations. Collaborate with government relations team to develop and implement regulatory and policy strategy on important and breaking issues. Develop, update and maintain consumer related policies and procedures including company ethics standards. Guide and update internal compliance and controls to achieve highest consumer practice standards in the industry. Review, comment and guide contract review company-wide. Other Duties as assigned.

The candidate must have JD from accredited law school. At least 10 years of relevant experience is necessary. At least 5 years of experience in consumer finance regulatory compliance is critical. Knowledge of state and federal consumer finance laws and regulations (including, without limitation, examination preparation and coordination, drafting/maintaining of disclosure forms), expertise with TILA, FCRA, ECOA, FDCPA, TCPA, UDAAP (and state equivalents of same), experience with CFIPA and CCPA is a plus. Knowledge of residential solar and/or home improvement and/or PACE is an asset. Prior experience working with regulatory agencies, i.e. DBO and/or CFPB, others is essential. In good standing with CA Bar Association is must.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-12

Counsel - Securities

Miami FL Counsel - Securities The candidate will: Assisting in preparing and reviewing SEC and NYSE filings, such as 34 Act reports, Proxy Statements and Section 16 filings, and assisting with the Companys public and private securities offerings; Preparing and providing guidance on corporate governance documents, such as Board committee charters, corporate governance principles and code of ethics, as well as company policies, such as Regulation FD and stock trading policies; Conducting research and providing guidance on securities and corporate governance related issues and providing legal guidance on compliance issues including Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank issues; analyzing and providing legal advice on disclosure issues; Preparing and drafting documents for and assist in closing corporate and commercial transactions, such as financings and acquisitions; Working with the Company's finance group on a wide variety of financing transactions, including credit and lending facilities, letters of credit, bank guarantees, and intra-company financing arrangements; Collaboration on or completion of projects that may be assigned from time to time to support the Legal team and/or Company business needs. Must have J.D. and admission to at least one U.S. State Bar; and excellent academic credentials. Should have 3-5 years of relevant experience, in-house experience preferred, including experience with executive compensation plans and related rules and regulations. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail a must. Must have strong verbal and written communication skills. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-11-11

Senior Corporate Counsel Development & Intellectual Property

Durham NC Senior Corporate Counsel - Development & Intellectual Property Duties: Provides primary legal support on all matters related to product development, production procurement, intellectual property, open source, innovation, business development, portfolio management, and product marketing for hardware and software. Drafting and negotiating inbound and outbound licensing agreements, hardware procurement agreements, conducting open source clearance, product safety and compliance around the world, invention disclosures, prior art reviews, patent filings, copyright and trademark registrations, responding to inquiries from the United States Patent Trademark Office regarding applications under their review, analysis and response to intellectual property disputes.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Member in good standing of a Bar in one State. 5-15 years of experience practicing in a company legal department or law firm. Experience drafting and negotiating complex transactions. Experience with technology licensing, open source code and intellectual property. Experience counseling a technology development organization. Experience with corporate compliance (including data privacy). Ability to resolve adversary matters. Experience with internal investigations. Experience with import/export & coordinating litigation. Ability to train employees. Ability to execute related administrative responsibilities. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Given the global responsibilities of the role, this person will need to be available via phone and email during off hours.
Legal 5 - 15 Full-time 2019-11-09

Chief Compliance Counsel

Beaverton OR Chief Compliance Counsel Duties: Managing Anti-Corruption Program (ACP), including implementation of the Channel Partner Toolkit and ensuring Platform businesses and associates comply with ACP policies (e.g., gift and customer trip policies). Leading and conducting compliance due diligence and integration on Platform acquisitions. Providing compliance training on wide variety of compliance and integrity topics. Promoting Speak Up! program and manage internal investigations arising from Speak Up! reports (including developing action plans, preparing close-out reports, tracking countermeasures and liaising with Chief Compliance Officer). Creating and tracking metrics on compliance programs to achieve accountability and ensure effective use of compliance tools. Working with Platform and colleagues to test compliance and assist in responding to compliance findings. Ensuring that the appropriate compliance policies and tools are being effectively communicated to the appropriate associates, leaders, and functions. Reporting compliance metrics to Platform and executive management and legal leadership. Driving the process for Platforms Risk Assessment Plan ( RAP ), including regional and functional risk surveys and corresponding action plans. Identify gaps in compliance awareness, policies, and tools and building countermeasures and sustainable standard work to close those gaps; continuous improvement of compliance tools and other standard work involving compliance policies and programs. Liaise and coordinate with Chief Compliance Officer in rolling out compliance policies and tools and in investigating compliance issues. Working with Platform global and regional leadership teams in reducing risks related to potential non-compliance and corruption. Acting as a strategic business partner for senior leadership on matters of major importance to the company and provide information related to all aspects of the platforms compliance. Monitoring significant changes in laws and regulations and compliance trends that apply to Platform operations and activities and develop, update, and communicate policies to ensure continuing compliance. Assist in training third parties (i.e., distributors, agents, authorized service contractors) as appropriate. Keeping the Platform Legal intranet page updated with latest compliance policies and tools, including new policies and tools posted. Maintaining records of compliance training, investigations, and related activities. Retaining and managing outside counsel, auditors, or other experts as appropriate to assist with investigations, training, and other compliance-related projects. Assisting the General Counsel as requested on other legal matters and projects, including responsibilities beyond compliance.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent from an accredited university. Bar Licensed to practice law in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. 10+ years compliance experience within legal department of an international company or comparable relevant legal experience; preferably 3+ years' managing others. Anti-corruption experience required. Experience and comfort working in a matrixed organization across functions. Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Fluent in English; Additional language skills a plus. Able to manage attorneys, paralegals and compliance professionals. Unquestioned integrity and excellent judgment. Process-oriented; ability to build sustainable compliance standard work and systems. Strong ability to spot compliance issues and correspondingly strong ability to provide solutions or paths to resolution; problem-solver. Global experience and appreciation for cultural and legal environments in various regions. Working knowledge of laws and regulations applicable to the Platforms activities, including U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, UK Bribery Act, data privacy rules & regulations; and antitrust/competition laws. Capable of working independently and collaboratively. Strong organizational skills, with ability to handle many complex issues simultaneously, prioritizing and effectively managing time. Strong investigation skills, including ability to manage highly sensitive matters and information with discretion and excellent judgment. Ability to work across functions (including Finance, HR, Operations, and Commercial), cultures, and organizational hierarchy. Strong project management skills, to include managing and prioritizing multiple concurrent projects, and reporting progress and risks to colleagues and senior management. Attention to detail, including documentation, record-keeping, and tracking. Working knowledge of various standard computer applications and operating systems. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to communicate complicated information in an understandable and engaging way. Ability to influence and build followership with associates at all levels (factory workers to executives). Must be able to organize, prioritize, build and manage effective teams and drive results.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-09

Senior Corporate Counsel - Securities

Cambridge MA Senior Corporate Counsel - Securities The candidate will Support timely satisfaction of SEC and stock exchange compliance and reporting obligations, including registration statements, 10-Qs/Ks, 8-Ks, and Section 16 filings, proxy statement, and annual meeting process. Lead cross functional disclosure committee activities. Manage a corporate paralegal providing expertise in all Section 16 filings, corporate governance matters, Board approval documents and insider trading compliance issues. Assist General Counsel with all corporate secretarial duties including preparation of Board materials, charters, minutes and other required matters. Partner with Investor Relations, Corporate Communications and Marketing groups to review external communications, including corporate web site, social media announcements, earnings announcements and investor presentations. Knowledge of equity based compensation structures and systems very helpful. Support global strategic investment activities from start to finish, including due diligence, drafting and negotiation of definitive documentation, coordinating of closing and post-closing integration matters. Provide legal support on corporate finance matters, including debt and equity offerings. Provide legal advice and support in a wide array of practice areas and special projects as needed.

The candidate should have 10+ years experience with heavy focus on public company biotech or pharmaceutical securities law, M&A and corporate governance. 3+ years in the securities practice of a strong law firm required. A combination of both law firm and in-house public company experience is ideal. Should have a Bachelor's degree plus JD from an accredited law school and active membership in at least one state bar. Detailed understanding of applicable securities laws, significant experience advising clients regarding compliance and coordinating 34 Act filings is preferred. Demonstrated success managing complex corporate transactions and reporting requirements is a plus. Excellent written and oral communication skills with strong attention to detail are essential.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-09

Appd Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will report to the companys Deputy General Counsel and will assist in driving commercial transactions in North America. Mentor and train junior lawyers within the transactions team. Negotiate complex software license agreements in accordance with Legal Playbook and company risk tolerance. Handle a significant number of emails daily but also have the self-discipline to focus on 7-figure transactions with leading Fortune 500 companies. Respond promptly to requests from internal clients; summarize and communicate legal risks in a way that business people can understand. Assist in the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and the Legal Playbook. Must be highly qualified Senior Corporate Counsel with experience in technology licensing to join innovative and business-savvy legal team. Should have New York bar admission with 5+ years of relevant experience at a law firm and/or in-house (the ideal candidate will have both law firm and in-house experience). Must have extensive experience negotiating complex software license agreements, vendor/supplier contracts and reseller agreements for technology companies. Should preferably have Exceptional contract negotiation and drafting skills, with the ability to negotiate multi-year, multi-million-dollar license agreements with the worlds largest enterprises. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-09

Insurance Defense Attorney

Miami FL Insurance Defense Attorney The candidate will use Litigation Protocols to develop and revise appropriate legal strategy for discovery, investigation, handling and trial/hearing of cases or matters advises communicate and develop those strategies and personally meet with firm's claims and insured Clients to render clear, unambiguous legal opinions and advice. Understand and creatively use technology, apply technology to the process of law to improve quality and reduce cost. Possess the skills necessary to use technology to work remotely. Capable of working with office staff who are remotely located. Will conduct necessary and appropriate discovery, hearings, trials, depositions, oral arguments, mediations, arbitrations and similar proceedings. Researches the law applicable to cases or matters, drafts legal documents, pleadings, motions, briefs and opinions as required. If requested, conducts settlement negotiations. Remains current with developments in the law, understands medical, scientific, construction, products, engineering or similar issues and defenses involved with cases or matters. Prepares and conducts training sessions for the Legal, Claims or other departments as required.

The candidate should have Current Bar Member in the State of practice. Completion of law school with LLB or JD and admission to the bar is must. Special license to practice before a particular board or federal court may be necessary. Should have 1+ year of experience as an attorney. A general knowledge of insurance law and specific understanding of the operations and requirements of insured clients, customers is essential. The ability to effectively communicate and persuade by printed or spoken word is essential. Experience and ability appropriate to the level of cases or matters is preferred.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-09

Securities Attorney

San Francisco CA Securities Attorney The candidate will be responsible for meeting the companys corporate and securities legal needs, including SEC filings. Responsible with working with finance to: Create and maintain SEC filing calendar. Prepare 10-Ks,10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, S-8s and Section 16 fillings. Manage legal internal and external review of all documents, including our Annual Report. Ensure compliance with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations. Oversee policies and procedures relating to securities law compliance and disclosure matters, including the administration of our Insider Trading Policy. Partner with Investor Relations on Regulation FD compliance oversight, investor engagement activities, and our Annual Meeting. Review external communications, including press releases, investor presentations, and other announcements, and significant internal communications. Assist the Disclosure Committee to ensure that senior management performs their financial disclosure-related obligations on a timely basis. Work with finance to help drive SOX implementation efforts and provide support to our external SOX advisors. Stay up-to-date and keep relevant teams advised on SEC and NASDAQ developments, and best practices in an evolving regulatory landscape. Manage, support and complete other corporate projects as necessary. Must have JD degree and admitted to a US State Bar (preferably CA) with 5+ years of relevant experience in a law firm or inhouse working on SEC filings, including the drafting and coordination of SEC filings. Should have outstanding working knowledge of SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations. Understanding of accounting and corporate finance required. Transactional experience is a plus. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-09
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Associate Counsel, Intellectual Property
Refer job# JUCV146912
 
Associate Counsel, Intellectual Property The candidate will assist with maintenance of company's domestic and foreign trademark portfolio. Assist with trademark clearance searching and draft opinions regarding the same. Assist with domestic and foreign trademark prosecution, including drafting trademark applications and office action responses, and manage domestic and foreign outside counsel's handling of the same. Assist with domestic and foreign dispute matters, including outgoing and incoming takedowns, cease and desist letters, oppositions and cancellations, and manage domestic and foreign outside counsel's handling of the same. Serve as a front-line attorney, counseling company's dynamic business and marketing professionals who help to develop, launch, and constantly improve company's business and technology. Identify and resolve legal issues related to trademarks, copyrights, and the right of publicity, working directly with business clients to provide on-the-ground support. Collaborate closely with colleagues on various business teams, the IP Team, and the wider Legal Team, to provide comprehensive advice, and solve legal problems quickly.

The candidate should have J.D. and license to practice law in at least one state. Must have 2-4 years of legal experience in law firm practice and/or in-house (in-house experience is a plus). Experience and high comfort level in reviewing, drafting, and negotiating dispute settlement agreements is required. Must have eperience analyzing and advising on a wide range of legal issues related to trademarks, copyrights, and the right of publicity. Should have flexibility to perform in nimble, rapidly changing, and growing environments. Strong team orientation encouraging communication and cooperation across organizations and functions are required. Must have strong communication skills.
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# TZWZ146905
 
Compliance Counsel The candidate will assist with conducting the Firms annual compliance review, including working with the Firms outside compliance consultants to review the Firms compliance policies and procedures regarding key risk areas. The annual review process includes performing periodic transactional and forensic testing to ensure compliance with the Firms policies and procedures. Will review marketing materials and investor communications to ensure compliance with firm's policy and governing laws and regulations; develop training materials and provide guidance to the Investor Relations and Marketing teams on fundraising and marketing activities. Assist in review of subscription documents and performance of anti-money laundering (AML) procedures. Work with third-party service providers on ongoing monitoring of the Funds investors to ensure the Firm and its funds are following relevant AML regulations. Research regulatory and compliance issues such as privacy, non-US marketing restrictions, SEC Pay-to-Play Rule compliance, and other issues. Perform compliance monitoring activities such as trade monitoring and email and social media surveillance. Prepare and deliver compliance training. Provide support with respect to SEC examinations and regulatory inquiries.

The candidate should have Bachelor's Degree and J.D. Bar member in good standing. Must have 2+ years of broad-based regulatory/compliance legal experience, within an international law firm and/or as in-house counsel supporting a U.S. registered investment adviser. Experience in private equity, credit, and/or hedge fund environments is highly desirable, either in a law firm or industry is required. Strong organizational, analytical, written, and verbal communication skills needed. Experience working with Excel, PowerPoint, and developing and maintaining various analyses and reporting tools is required. Experience with compliance monitoring software and systems highly desired.
 
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Senior Compliance Attorney
Refer job# FXSZ146906
 
Senior Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for companys compliance with regulatory requirements with a focus on ethics. Provides expertise to comply with regulations in the fields of consumer finance. Act as legal lead in implementing and maintaining compliance programs. Advise business and compliance teams on consumer finance regulatory issues including consumer financing regulations. Develop and implement strategy for managing and resolving regulatory inquiries and investigations. Collaborate with government relations team to develop and implement regulatory and policy strategy on important and breaking issues. Develop, update and maintain consumer related policies and procedures including company ethics standards. Guide and update internal compliance and controls to achieve highest consumer practice standards in the industry. Review, comment and guide contract review company-wide. Other Duties as assigned.

The candidate must have JD from accredited law school. At least 10 years of relevant experience is necessary. At least 5 years of experience in consumer finance regulatory compliance is critical. Knowledge of state and federal consumer finance laws and regulations (including, without limitation, examination preparation and coordination, drafting/maintaining of disclosure forms), expertise with TILA, FCRA, ECOA, FDCPA, TCPA, UDAAP (and state equivalents of same), experience with CFIPA and CCPA is a plus. Knowledge of residential solar and/or home improvement and/or PACE is an asset. Prior experience working with regulatory agencies, i.e. DBO and/or CFPB, others is essential. In good standing with CA Bar Association is must.
 
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Counsel - Securities
Refer job# PQDO146904
 
Counsel - Securities The candidate will: Assisting in preparing and reviewing SEC and NYSE filings, such as 34 Act reports, Proxy Statements and Section 16 filings, and assisting with the Companys public and private securities offerings; Preparing and providing guidance on corporate governance documents, such as Board committee charters, corporate governance principles and code of ethics, as well as company policies, such as Regulation FD and stock trading policies; Conducting research and providing guidance on securities and corporate governance related issues and providing legal guidance on compliance issues including Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank issues; analyzing and providing legal advice on disclosure issues; Preparing and drafting documents for and assist in closing corporate and commercial transactions, such as financings and acquisitions; Working with the Company's finance group on a wide variety of financing transactions, including credit and lending facilities, letters of credit, bank guarantees, and intra-company financing arrangements; Collaboration on or completion of projects that may be assigned from time to time to support the Legal team and/or Company business needs. Must have J.D. and admission to at least one U.S. State Bar; and excellent academic credentials. Should have 3-5 years of relevant experience, in-house experience preferred, including experience with executive compensation plans and related rules and regulations. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail a must. Must have strong verbal and written communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Development & Intellectual Property
Refer job# KZOS146886
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Development & Intellectual Property Duties: Provides primary legal support on all matters related to product development, production procurement, intellectual property, open source, innovation, business development, portfolio management, and product marketing for hardware and software. Drafting and negotiating inbound and outbound licensing agreements, hardware procurement agreements, conducting open source clearance, product safety and compliance around the world, invention disclosures, prior art reviews, patent filings, copyright and trademark registrations, responding to inquiries from the United States Patent Trademark Office regarding applications under their review, analysis and response to intellectual property disputes.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Member in good standing of a Bar in one State. 5-15 years of experience practicing in a company legal department or law firm. Experience drafting and negotiating complex transactions. Experience with technology licensing, open source code and intellectual property. Experience counseling a technology development organization. Experience with corporate compliance (including data privacy). Ability to resolve adversary matters. Experience with internal investigations. Experience with import/export & coordinating litigation. Ability to train employees. Ability to execute related administrative responsibilities. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Given the global responsibilities of the role, this person will need to be available via phone and email during off hours.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Chief Compliance Counsel
Refer job# MWJP146887
 
Chief Compliance Counsel Duties: Managing Anti-Corruption Program (ACP), including implementation of the Channel Partner Toolkit and ensuring Platform businesses and associates comply with ACP policies (e.g., gift and customer trip policies). Leading and conducting compliance due diligence and integration on Platform acquisitions. Providing compliance training on wide variety of compliance and integrity topics. Promoting Speak Up! program and manage internal investigations arising from Speak Up! reports (including developing action plans, preparing close-out reports, tracking countermeasures and liaising with Chief Compliance Officer). Creating and tracking metrics on compliance programs to achieve accountability and ensure effective use of compliance tools. Working with Platform and colleagues to test compliance and assist in responding to compliance findings. Ensuring that the appropriate compliance policies and tools are being effectively communicated to the appropriate associates, leaders, and functions. Reporting compliance metrics to Platform and executive management and legal leadership. Driving the process for Platforms Risk Assessment Plan ( RAP ), including regional and functional risk surveys and corresponding action plans. Identify gaps in compliance awareness, policies, and tools and building countermeasures and sustainable standard work to close those gaps; continuous improvement of compliance tools and other standard work involving compliance policies and programs. Liaise and coordinate with Chief Compliance Officer in rolling out compliance policies and tools and in investigating compliance issues. Working with Platform global and regional leadership teams in reducing risks related to potential non-compliance and corruption. Acting as a strategic business partner for senior leadership on matters of major importance to the company and provide information related to all aspects of the platforms compliance. Monitoring significant changes in laws and regulations and compliance trends that apply to Platform operations and activities and develop, update, and communicate policies to ensure continuing compliance. Assist in training third parties (i.e., distributors, agents, authorized service contractors) as appropriate. Keeping the Platform Legal intranet page updated with latest compliance policies and tools, including new policies and tools posted. Maintaining records of compliance training, investigations, and related activities. Retaining and managing outside counsel, auditors, or other experts as appropriate to assist with investigations, training, and other compliance-related projects. Assisting the General Counsel as requested on other legal matters and projects, including responsibilities beyond compliance.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent from an accredited university. Bar Licensed to practice law in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. 10+ years compliance experience within legal department of an international company or comparable relevant legal experience; preferably 3+ years' managing others. Anti-corruption experience required. Experience and comfort working in a matrixed organization across functions. Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Fluent in English; Additional language skills a plus. Able to manage attorneys, paralegals and compliance professionals. Unquestioned integrity and excellent judgment. Process-oriented; ability to build sustainable compliance standard work and systems. Strong ability to spot compliance issues and correspondingly strong ability to provide solutions or paths to resolution; problem-solver. Global experience and appreciation for cultural and legal environments in various regions. Working knowledge of laws and regulations applicable to the Platforms activities, including U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, UK Bribery Act, data privacy rules & regulations; and antitrust/competition laws. Capable of working independently and collaboratively. Strong organizational skills, with ability to handle many complex issues simultaneously, prioritizing and effectively managing time. Strong investigation skills, including ability to manage highly sensitive matters and information with discretion and excellent judgment. Ability to work across functions (including Finance, HR, Operations, and Commercial), cultures, and organizational hierarchy. Strong project management skills, to include managing and prioritizing multiple concurrent projects, and reporting progress and risks to colleagues and senior management. Attention to detail, including documentation, record-keeping, and tracking. Working knowledge of various standard computer applications and operating systems. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to communicate complicated information in an understandable and engaging way. Ability to influence and build followership with associates at all levels (factory workers to executives). Must be able to organize, prioritize, build and manage effective teams and drive results.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Securities
Refer job# DQNA146888
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Securities The candidate will Support timely satisfaction of SEC and stock exchange compliance and reporting obligations, including registration statements, 10-Qs/Ks, 8-Ks, and Section 16 filings, proxy statement, and annual meeting process. Lead cross functional disclosure committee activities. Manage a corporate paralegal providing expertise in all Section 16 filings, corporate governance matters, Board approval documents and insider trading compliance issues. Assist General Counsel with all corporate secretarial duties including preparation of Board materials, charters, minutes and other required matters. Partner with Investor Relations, Corporate Communications and Marketing groups to review external communications, including corporate web site, social media announcements, earnings announcements and investor presentations. Knowledge of equity based compensation structures and systems very helpful. Support global strategic investment activities from start to finish, including due diligence, drafting and negotiation of definitive documentation, coordinating of closing and post-closing integration matters. Provide legal support on corporate finance matters, including debt and equity offerings. Provide legal advice and support in a wide array of practice areas and special projects as needed.

The candidate should have 10+ years experience with heavy focus on public company biotech or pharmaceutical securities law, M&A and corporate governance. 3+ years in the securities practice of a strong law firm required. A combination of both law firm and in-house public company experience is ideal. Should have a Bachelor's degree plus JD from an accredited law school and active membership in at least one state bar. Detailed understanding of applicable securities laws, significant experience advising clients regarding compliance and coordinating 34 Act filings is preferred. Demonstrated success managing complex corporate transactions and reporting requirements is a plus. Excellent written and oral communication skills with strong attention to detail are essential.
 
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Appd Corporate Counsel
Refer job# BLLB146889
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will report to the companys Deputy General Counsel and will assist in driving commercial transactions in North America. Mentor and train junior lawyers within the transactions team. Negotiate complex software license agreements in accordance with Legal Playbook and company risk tolerance. Handle a significant number of emails daily but also have the self-discipline to focus on 7-figure transactions with leading Fortune 500 companies. Respond promptly to requests from internal clients; summarize and communicate legal risks in a way that business people can understand. Assist in the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and the Legal Playbook. Must be highly qualified Senior Corporate Counsel with experience in technology licensing to join innovative and business-savvy legal team. Should have New York bar admission with 5+ years of relevant experience at a law firm and/or in-house (the ideal candidate will have both law firm and in-house experience). Must have extensive experience negotiating complex software license agreements, vendor/supplier contracts and reseller agreements for technology companies. Should preferably have Exceptional contract negotiation and drafting skills, with the ability to negotiate multi-year, multi-million-dollar license agreements with the worlds largest enterprises.
 
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Insurance Defense Attorney
Refer job# RHDS146890
 
Insurance Defense Attorney The candidate will use Litigation Protocols to develop and revise appropriate legal strategy for discovery, investigation, handling and trial/hearing of cases or matters advises communicate and develop those strategies and personally meet with firm's claims and insured Clients to render clear, unambiguous legal opinions and advice. Understand and creatively use technology, apply technology to the process of law to improve quality and reduce cost. Possess the skills necessary to use technology to work remotely. Capable of working with office staff who are remotely located. Will conduct necessary and appropriate discovery, hearings, trials, depositions, oral arguments, mediations, arbitrations and similar proceedings. Researches the law applicable to cases or matters, drafts legal documents, pleadings, motions, briefs and opinions as required. If requested, conducts settlement negotiations. Remains current with developments in the law, understands medical, scientific, construction, products, engineering or similar issues and defenses involved with cases or matters. Prepares and conducts training sessions for the Legal, Claims or other departments as required.

The candidate should have Current Bar Member in the State of practice. Completion of law school with LLB or JD and admission to the bar is must. Special license to practice before a particular board or federal court may be necessary. Should have 1+ year of experience as an attorney. A general knowledge of insurance law and specific understanding of the operations and requirements of insured clients, customers is essential. The ability to effectively communicate and persuade by printed or spoken word is essential. Experience and ability appropriate to the level of cases or matters is preferred.
 
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Securities Attorney
Refer job# ZRRV146891
 
Securities Attorney The candidate will be responsible for meeting the companys corporate and securities legal needs, including SEC filings. Responsible with working with finance to: Create and maintain SEC filing calendar. Prepare 10-Ks,10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, S-8s and Section 16 fillings. Manage legal internal and external review of all documents, including our Annual Report. Ensure compliance with SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations. Oversee policies and procedures relating to securities law compliance and disclosure matters, including the administration of our Insider Trading Policy. Partner with Investor Relations on Regulation FD compliance oversight, investor engagement activities, and our Annual Meeting. Review external communications, including press releases, investor presentations, and other announcements, and significant internal communications. Assist the Disclosure Committee to ensure that senior management performs their financial disclosure-related obligations on a timely basis. Work with finance to help drive SOX implementation efforts and provide support to our external SOX advisors. Stay up-to-date and keep relevant teams advised on SEC and NASDAQ developments, and best practices in an evolving regulatory landscape. Manage, support and complete other corporate projects as necessary. Must have JD degree and admitted to a US State Bar (preferably CA) with 5+ years of relevant experience in a law firm or inhouse working on SEC filings, including the drafting and coordination of SEC filings. Should have outstanding working knowledge of SEC and NASDAQ rules and regulations. Understanding of accounting and corporate finance required. Transactional experience is a plus.
 
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