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Litigation: Senior Attorney/Senior Counsel

Moon Township PA Litigation: Senior Attorney/Senior Counsel The candidate will provides legal counsel and guidance in the ordinary and special activities for Firm's (FIRM S) to ensure protection of its legal rights and maintain its operations within the limits prescribed by law. Will defends firm's against suits and/or claims and prepares the corporation's claims against others. Assesses legal risk and provides management with recommendations regarding matters such as pending litigation, government relations relative to legislation, regulatory compliance, business transactions, commercial contracts, employment laws, and labor matters. Prepares legal documents, pleadings, memoranda, and/or commercial contracts. Creates, updates, and reviews policies and procedures to ensure that the company is operating in compliance with regulations and that regulatory reporting requirements are met. Studies major areas of concern to the Company to recommend appropriate plans of action including changes to policies and procedures. Represents the company before federal, state and local courts, administrative agencies and/or other third-parties. Engages, oversees, directs and/or evaluates the performance and progress of outside counsel representing the company to ensure requisite expert legal advice is obtained when/as necessary. Provides on-the-spot and consistent legal advice from accumulated knowledge and experience. Provides legal counsel on cross-functional and cross-operating company projects and initiatives. Develops and delivers presentations and training to employees, including management, within area of responsibility.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree. Must have 6+ years of experience practicing as a licensed attorney at a law firm, corporation or with the government. Must be Admitted to and currently in good standing with the required state Bar. Software skills, including use of Microsoft Office software and web-based applications is required. Must have verbal and written communication skills necessary to communicate with all levels of management. Knowledge and experience related to vendor compliance programs is plus. Knowledge and experience conducting or overseeing internal investigations is preferred. Knowledge and experience with corporate compliance and training programs including data privacy is desired.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Legal Compliance: Senior Attorney/Senior Counsel

Brookfield WI Legal Compliance: Senior Attorney/Senior Counsel The candidate will provides legal counsel and guidance in the ordinary and special activities for Firm's to ensure protection of its legal rights and maintain its operations within the limits prescribed by law. Will defends firm's against suits and/or claims and prepares the corporation's claims against others. Assesses legal risk and provides management with recommendations regarding matters such as pending litigation, government relations relative to legislation, regulatory compliance, business transactions, commercial contracts, employment laws, and labor matters. Prepares legal documents, pleadings, memoranda, and/or commercial contracts. Creates, updates, and reviews policies and procedures to ensure that the company is operating in compliance with regulations and that regulatory reporting requirements are met. Studies major areas of concern to the Company to recommend appropriate plans of action including changes to policies and procedures. Represents the company before federal, state and local courts, administrative agencies and/or other third-parties. Engages, oversees, directs and/or evaluates the performance and progress of outside counsel representing the company to ensure requisite expert legal advice is obtained when/as necessary. Provides on-the-spot and consistent legal advice from accumulated knowledge and experience. Provides legal counsel on cross-functional and cross-operating company projects and initiatives. Develops and delivers presentations and training to employees, including management, within area of responsibility.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree. Must have 6+ years of experience practicing as a licensed attorney at a law firm, corporation or with the government. Must be Admitted to and currently in good standing with the required state Bar. Software skills, including use of Microsoft Office software and web-based applications is required. Must have verbal and written communication skills necessary to communicate with all levels of management. Knowledge and experience related to vendor compliance programs is plus. Knowledge and experience conducting or overseeing internal investigations is preferred. Knowledge and experience with corporate compliance and training programs including data privacy is desired.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel, Brokerage And Markets

New York City NY Corporate Counsel, Brokerage and Markets Duties: Draft, review and negotiate offering and disclosure documentation related to private offerings of securities, including issuer buy-backs and third-party tender offers, and advise on trading and regulatory aspects related to these transactions. Draft, review and update third-party vendor and technology agreements. Draft review and update various other documents and materials for products and services offered, including client communications and marketing materials. Work on a variety of issues centered around compliance, business development, marketing and commercialization of technology solutions and products. Work closely with the compliance team to develop creative approaches to managing legal and regulatory risks . Provide support as needed to the other members of the legal team, and collaborate effectively with internal stakeholders and outside counsel. Assist with the coordination and collaborative interaction with regulatory agencies and handling of regulatory agencies inquiries and examinations.

Qualifications: Admission to the New York Bar. 2 years' working for a top law firm, government agency, or in-house experience at a financial institution. Experience with the regulatory scheme surrounding private securities issuance and trading - primary and secondary private offerings of equity, including drafting and negotiation of all related agreements and offering and disclosure documentation. Understanding of laws and regulations that apply to financial products, brokerage services, and laws relating to the commercialization of technology solutions. Experience in representing issuers and underwriters is beneficial. Experience drafting and negotiating commercial contracts with a focus on technology agreements. Experience with broker-dealer regulation strongly preferred. Ability to distill complex legal concepts into simple, actionable recommendations. Ability to manage and handle sensitive and confidential information with the highest levels of integrity, ethical standards, discretion and sound judgment. Strong communication skills combined with the ability to work under tight deadlines. High level of integrity, attention to detail and excellent writing, communication and interpersonal skills. Team player, able to collaborate across various teams and levels and form strong working relationships with colleagues and counterparties in a fast-paced work environment.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Compliance Counsel

Washington DC Compliance Counsel Duties: Efficiently and effectively investigates, researches and analyzes alleged violations of CFP Board. Standards of Professional Conduct. Provides guidance to Compliance Analysts and other department personnel on the handling of. investigations, including with respect to the same issues that arise in the Compliance Counsel s. investigations. Identifies and expedites the investigation of targeted classes of investigations, such as financial. planning cases or customer grievances. Acts as an advocate on behalf of CFP Board in hearings before CFP Board's Disciplinary and. Ethics Commission. Responds to emails and telephone calls requesting guidance with respect to compliance with. and applicability of the Standards of Professional Conduct, as requested by the General Counsel.. Collaborates with the Director of Investigations as to the handling of investigations, complaints,. and requests for guidance. Recommends procedures and policies that will assist in the efficiency of the department. Assists the General Counsel with meetings of councils, commissions, and working groups. charged with the responsibility of reviewing the Standards. Provides legal research and writing support for issues pertaining to federal and state regulation. of broker-dealers, registered investment advisers, insurance agents and other financial. professionals. Advises other CFP Board Departments regarding compliance and ethical issues as needed. Conducts and oversees background checks for CFP Board volunteers and Board members. Reviews CFP Board Continuing Education sponsor's ethics program applications for alignment. with Standards, in collaboration with CFP Board's Continuing Education department.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Active status licensed attorney in any state; eligible to be admitted in the District of Columbia Bar. 3+ years experience as an enforcement attorney presenting cases in. administrative hearings or similar substantive legal practice experience desired. Working knowledge of broker-dealer, investment adviser and insurance regulations desired. Ability to prepare and present facts in a logical, clear and concise manner. Exemplary written and oral communications skills. Self-starter with strong motivation, proven results orientation and consistent track record. Ability to quickly prioritize and meet critical deadlines. Strong customer service focus and ability to effectively communicate with individuals under. duress. Proficiency with Microsoft Office.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Senior Corporate Counsel

Jacksonville FL Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will representing the enterprise in all aspects of government contracting including, but not limited to, procurement, negotiations, bid development, protests, claims, dispute resolution, negotiations with Contracting Officers and US Government agencies and audits. Reviewing solicitations for risk factors, liabilities, and appropriateness of referenced regulations. Providing guidance on Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations (DFARs) Supplement, Code of Federal Regulations, and other relevant US or international acquisition regulations. Developing and implementing a program to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and contract provisions. Innovating the approach to government bid opportunities in support of the objectives set while mitigating associated risk and exposure. Providing guidance on subcontract language and drafting/revising agreements for acquisition strategies. Law degree are required. 7-10 years experience in government contracting are required. Experience in civilian contracting also required; specific experience in the maritime industry, logistics and corporate law preferred. Ability to obtain secret clearance preferred. Proficient in Microsoft Office products, including Excel, Outlook and Word. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Vice President & Deputy General Counsel, Global Litigation

Menlo Park CA Vice President & Deputy General Counsel, Global Litigation Duties: Provide strategic counseling and advice to the General Counsel and other executives of the company as a key member of the Legal leadership team. Drive strategy and execution on litigation matters in the United States and around the world, including identifying and mitigating emerging litigation threats to mission. Develop and manage a large team of experienced litigators and litigation support personnel, maintaining best practices in litigation management and professional development. Work cross-functionally with executive leadership and teams to ensure compliance with litigation-related obligations, and provide timely and effective guidance on avoiding litigation risks through proactive counseling and lessons learned from litigated matters. Oversee outside counsel partnerships, including selecting, budgeting, managing and evaluating counsel. Advocate for ethics and integrity across's litigation matters. Accurately forecast anticipated litigation costs, timely raising any trends or matters expected to adversely impact budget. Represent in industry and professional organizations and in litigation-related legislative and regulatory lobbying activities as appropriate. Provide thought leadership on the delivery of legal services and strategic priorities.

Qualifications: JD Degree (or foreign equivalent) with membership in at least one U.S. state Bar. 15+ years of relevant legal experience, including extensive litigation management and first chair experience. Proven track record of providing thoughtful, outside-the-box legal and strategic guidance to an executive team, both in regard to specific litigation and big picture  results. Experience with substantive litigation including privacy, antitrust/competition, securities, intellectual property, electronic discovery, and class action experience. Inspiring people manager with a proven record of mentoring and leading a diverse team globally. Preferred: A high-profile litigator at an organization operating in an area with significant public attention and consequences or a well-known reputation in a top tier law firm. Experience with the media surrounding litigation and litigation-related matters strongly preferred. Knowledge of, and inquisitive interest in technologies (software, platforms, messaging/wireless/infrastructure, mobile and others) preferred.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Deputy General Counsel, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer

Menlo Park CA Deputy General Counsel, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer Duties: Oversee the growth and implementation of a world-class compliance program that operates to effectively identify and mitigate legal and regulatory risk and embed the highest standards of compliance and ethics across's global businesses. Areas of focus include: Financial crime risk (sanctions, AML, CFT, other illicit finance risk), Privacy, Antitrust/Competition, Anti-Corruption/FCPA, Insider trading, Conflicts of interest, Sales and marketing, Political Activities Compliance. Develop, maintain, and review policies, procedures, and processes to ensure enterprise-wide compliance with applicable internal and legal standards. Design, implement, and monitor controls across relevant parts of the company to mitigate the risk of illegal, unethical or improper conduct, including: Enterprise-wide and region-specific risk assessments to identify key risks, ensure compliance controls are designed and operating to mitigate those risks, ensure effective monitoring and testing, and ensure appropriate steps are taken to identify and remediate violations of compliance policies and procedures. Training to ensure awareness, understanding and compliance with company policies and procedures, laws, and regulations, including both initial training and annual refreshers and updates. Review/adapt whistle-blower procedures, reporting. Review/adapt record-keeping practices. Review/adapt process for dealing with violations of company policy, laws, and regulations. Auditing to ensure compliance. Provide regular feedback to the CEO, COO, General Counsel, management team, and Audit and Risk Management Committee of the Board of Directors regarding the design and operation of's global compliance program, key risks and issues, emerging trends, and the adequacy and effectiveness of compliance program operations and resourcing. Identify, propose, and implement appropriate technology solutions and compliance assurance systems to facilitate compliance with current and anticipated laws and regulations, including identifying and ensuring the quality of data and analytical methods needed to fulfill compliance oversight requirements. Organize and lead third-party supplier certification initiatives to ensure appropriate compliance by corporate partners. Act as the official source for documentation of's compliance activities, including tracking (e.g., dashboards, auditing) and remediation. Regularly meet and maintain positive relationships with teams across the company, including Legal, Operations, Engineering, Risk and Product Management to develop planning and implementation systems that support compliance objectives. Ensure the company stays current on applicable regulations and best practices, including monitoring trends and patterns across the payments platform to identify potential risks and take appropriate action to mitigate such risks. Manage audits and inspections from external parties and ensure findings are remediated appropriately. Ensure that appropriate internal and external investigations are conducted of any violations of compliance policies, laws and regulations, both alone and in collaboration with other internal stakeholders and outside counsel. Champion best practices, taking full accountability for an effective global compliance framework. Ensure that the compliance framework, programs and procedures are consistently meeting or exceeding the needs and expectations of a best-in-class compliance program and the highest standards of compliance, ethics and integrity. Take a proactive and strategic role in ensuring enterprise-wide compliance with all applicable laws and regulations and will do so in collaboration across business lines, management and the Board of Directors. Inspire and mentor accomplished and developing professionals to strive for higher levels of achievement.

Qualifications: 15+ years of proven compliance/risk controls experience in a large, complex organization that is of similar size, scale and complexity to ***. Non-lawyers will also be considered assuming a track record of compliance leadership expertise. Knowledge of all applicable significant regulatory compliance requirements, with an experience spotting emerging trends and hot issues  from both internal and external data. Experience with compliance training and oversight and a track record of implementing and creating a proactive compliance culture in which compliance and business objectives are mutually reinforcing. Experience developing integrated enterprise risk assessments, including experience in process and control mapping methodologies, in collaboration with global teams. Demonstrated track record of reporting to executive management, the board of directors and relevant committees on emerging trends and regulatory issues. Leadership, managerial, communications, negotiation, analytical, organizational, project management, strategic and/or operational planning skills, including a demonstrated experience managing both small and large global teams. Experience interacting and maintaining relationships with key regulatory authorities and other external stakeholders in a highly regulated environment. Organization skills and experience setting priorities, problem-solving, multi-tasking, analytical experience, a self-starter who works well independently and in a team in a dynamic, rapidly changing workplace. Preferred: Pragmatic, commercially oriented compliance leader who can keep pace with the demands of a rapidly changing and complex business by anticipating potential problems and proffering appropriate and effective solutions. Law firm and/or regulatory experience followed by an in-house role leading a global compliance function for a company with a comparable business and risk profile is preferred.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Cb Middle Market Banking

Chicago IL Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - CB Middle Market Banking The candidate will be managing actual and potential litigation and enforcement matters, including internal reviews and investigations related to such matters. Will be advising on products and services, including contract negotiation and documentation. Advising on offering and marketing documents and new business initiatives. Managing dispute resolution. Interpreting existing laws, rules and regulations, and advising on changes thereto. Advising on advocacy in connection with contemplated and proposed laws, rules and regulations, and providing legal advice to the Board of Directors, the business and functions. Legal selects, engages and manages outside counsel for the Firm on all matters in which outside counsel is engaged. Advise and counsel bankers on structuring and documenting a variety of credit and banking transactions. Provide transactional support, including the review, negotiation and drafting of credit and collateral documentation, confidentiality agreements, indicative term sheets and other proposals, commitment letters, amendments and waivers. Advise, in conjunction with Special Credits Legal, on troubled credit situations, waivers, amendments and forbearance agreements. Identify and mitigate risks (legal, operational, reputational and other). Review and guide clients on reputational risk issues, in standard and high risk industries. Participate on cross line of business projects on a variety of subjects, including the building of policies and procedures on new regulations and amendments or new interpretations to existing regulations. Provide legal interpretations of regulations and guidance on their applicability to Middle Market Banking (such as, Know-YourCustomer, OFAC and anti-money laundering compliance; banking regulatory compliance such as anti-tying; Reg. B, Reg. U, conflicts of interest, information-sharing, confidentiality and privacy). Counsel Wholesale Lending Services staff on documenting, booking and servicing of loans and on forms, policies, procedures and job aids. Advise, in conjunction with Treasury Services Legal, on the negotiation and exception approval on deposit and cash management documentation. Review proposed new or modified products, businesses, practices and procedures, and identify any legal and regulatory issues. Prepare and update standard commercial loan documentation and procedures. Provide training for underwriters, bankers, operational staff, and customer support staff on legal issues. Manage outside counsel.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree with 5 years of post-JD relevant commercial finance transactions legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank or other financial services company. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of such jurisdiction. Must have excellent verbal and written communications skills. Knowledge of the legal and regulatory requirements for commercial banking businesses is required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Cb Middle Market Banking

Plano TX Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - CB Middle Market Banking The candidate will be managing actual and potential litigation and enforcement matters, including internal reviews and investigations related to such matters. Will be advising on products and services, including contract negotiation and documentation. Advising on offering and marketing documents and new business initiatives. Managing dispute resolution. Interpreting existing laws, rules and regulations, and advising on changes thereto. Advising on advocacy in connection with contemplated and proposed laws, rules and regulations, and providing legal advice to the Board of Directors, the business and functions. Legal selects, engages and manages outside counsel for the Firm on all matters in which outside counsel is engaged. Advise and counsel bankers on structuring and documenting a variety of credit and banking transactions. Provide transactional support, including the review, negotiation and drafting of credit and collateral documentation, confidentiality agreements, indicative term sheets and other proposals, commitment letters, amendments and waivers. Advise, in conjunction with Special Credits Legal, on troubled credit situations, waivers, amendments and forbearance agreements. Identify and mitigate risks (legal, operational, reputational and other). Review and guide clients on reputational risk issues, in standard and high risk industries. Participate on cross line of business projects on a variety of subjects, including the building of policies and procedures on new regulations and amendments or new interpretations to existing regulations. Provide legal interpretations of regulations and guidance on their applicability to Middle Market Banking (such as, Know-YourCustomer, OFAC and anti-money laundering compliance; banking regulatory compliance such as anti-tying; Reg. B, Reg. U, conflicts of interest, information-sharing, confidentiality and privacy). Counsel Wholesale Lending Services staff on documenting, booking and servicing of loans and on forms, policies, procedures and job aids. Advise, in conjunction with Treasury Services Legal, on the negotiation and exception approval on deposit and cash management documentation. Review proposed new or modified products, businesses, practices and procedures, and identify any legal and regulatory issues. Prepare and update standard commercial loan documentation and procedures. Provide training for underwriters, bankers, operational staff, and customer support staff on legal issues. Manage outside counsel.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree with 5 years of post-JD relevant commercial finance transactions legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank or other financial services company. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of such jurisdiction. Must have excellent verbal and written communications skills. Knowledge of the legal and regulatory requirements for commercial banking businesses is required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Home Lending Litigation

Jersey City NJ Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Home Lending Litigation The candidate will be responsible for supervising and directing outside counsel related to actual and potential litigation brought against Chase throughout the United States. Advise management on risks within the organization. Draft, review and revise pleadings, discovery responses and briefs. Communicate with outside counsel and internal clients regarding case status and negotiations. May supervise or provide advice to less senior members of the legal department. Should have 5+ years as a Litigation Attorney. Must have at least 5 years of experience practicing law post-JD. J.D. degree required. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the state/jurisdiction in which the position is based or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of that state/jurisdiction. Must have experience within the Mortgage or Home Lending business. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29
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Corporate Counsel
In-House,Autodesk Inc
Location : Denver, CO, United States

Corporate Counsel Duties: Provides legal advice for inside sales hubs. Participates in the Legal Departments Hub Sales Practice Group comprising lawyers working on tele-sales issues globally. Collaborates with the legal direct sales team and geo-ba... + read more

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Corporate Counsel
In-House,Autodesk Inc
Location : Boston, MA, United States

Corporate Counsel Duties: Provides legal advice for inside sales hubs. Participates in the Legal Departments Hub Sales Practice Group comprising lawyers working on tele-sales issues globally. Collaborates with the legal direct sales team and geo-ba... + read more

jul 05, 2020


Corporate Counsel
In-House,Autodesk Inc
Location : San Rafael, CA, United States

Corporate Counsel Duties: Provides legal advice for inside sales hubs. Participates in the Legal Departments Hub Sales Practice Group comprising lawyers working on tele-sales issues globally. Collaborates with the legal direct sales team and geo-ba... + read more

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Litigation: Senior Attorney/Senior Counsel
Refer job# EFMO150350
 
Litigation: Senior Attorney/Senior Counsel The candidate will provides legal counsel and guidance in the ordinary and special activities for Firm's (FIRM S) to ensure protection of its legal rights and maintain its operations within the limits prescribed by law. Will defends firm's against suits and/or claims and prepares the corporation's claims against others. Assesses legal risk and provides management with recommendations regarding matters such as pending litigation, government relations relative to legislation, regulatory compliance, business transactions, commercial contracts, employment laws, and labor matters. Prepares legal documents, pleadings, memoranda, and/or commercial contracts. Creates, updates, and reviews policies and procedures to ensure that the company is operating in compliance with regulations and that regulatory reporting requirements are met. Studies major areas of concern to the Company to recommend appropriate plans of action including changes to policies and procedures. Represents the company before federal, state and local courts, administrative agencies and/or other third-parties. Engages, oversees, directs and/or evaluates the performance and progress of outside counsel representing the company to ensure requisite expert legal advice is obtained when/as necessary. Provides on-the-spot and consistent legal advice from accumulated knowledge and experience. Provides legal counsel on cross-functional and cross-operating company projects and initiatives. Develops and delivers presentations and training to employees, including management, within area of responsibility.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree. Must have 6+ years of experience practicing as a licensed attorney at a law firm, corporation or with the government. Must be Admitted to and currently in good standing with the required state Bar. Software skills, including use of Microsoft Office software and web-based applications is required. Must have verbal and written communication skills necessary to communicate with all levels of management. Knowledge and experience related to vendor compliance programs is plus. Knowledge and experience conducting or overseeing internal investigations is preferred. Knowledge and experience with corporate compliance and training programs including data privacy is desired.
 
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Legal Compliance: Senior Attorney/Senior Counsel
Refer job# TZWQ150351
 
Legal Compliance: Senior Attorney/Senior Counsel The candidate will provides legal counsel and guidance in the ordinary and special activities for Firm's to ensure protection of its legal rights and maintain its operations within the limits prescribed by law. Will defends firm's against suits and/or claims and prepares the corporation's claims against others. Assesses legal risk and provides management with recommendations regarding matters such as pending litigation, government relations relative to legislation, regulatory compliance, business transactions, commercial contracts, employment laws, and labor matters. Prepares legal documents, pleadings, memoranda, and/or commercial contracts. Creates, updates, and reviews policies and procedures to ensure that the company is operating in compliance with regulations and that regulatory reporting requirements are met. Studies major areas of concern to the Company to recommend appropriate plans of action including changes to policies and procedures. Represents the company before federal, state and local courts, administrative agencies and/or other third-parties. Engages, oversees, directs and/or evaluates the performance and progress of outside counsel representing the company to ensure requisite expert legal advice is obtained when/as necessary. Provides on-the-spot and consistent legal advice from accumulated knowledge and experience. Provides legal counsel on cross-functional and cross-operating company projects and initiatives. Develops and delivers presentations and training to employees, including management, within area of responsibility.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree. Must have 6+ years of experience practicing as a licensed attorney at a law firm, corporation or with the government. Must be Admitted to and currently in good standing with the required state Bar. Software skills, including use of Microsoft Office software and web-based applications is required. Must have verbal and written communication skills necessary to communicate with all levels of management. Knowledge and experience related to vendor compliance programs is plus. Knowledge and experience conducting or overseeing internal investigations is preferred. Knowledge and experience with corporate compliance and training programs including data privacy is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Brokerage And Markets
Refer job# JTDI150352
 
Corporate Counsel, Brokerage and Markets Duties: Draft, review and negotiate offering and disclosure documentation related to private offerings of securities, including issuer buy-backs and third-party tender offers, and advise on trading and regulatory aspects related to these transactions. Draft, review and update third-party vendor and technology agreements. Draft review and update various other documents and materials for products and services offered, including client communications and marketing materials. Work on a variety of issues centered around compliance, business development, marketing and commercialization of technology solutions and products. Work closely with the compliance team to develop creative approaches to managing legal and regulatory risks . Provide support as needed to the other members of the legal team, and collaborate effectively with internal stakeholders and outside counsel. Assist with the coordination and collaborative interaction with regulatory agencies and handling of regulatory agencies inquiries and examinations.

Qualifications: Admission to the New York Bar. 2 years' working for a top law firm, government agency, or in-house experience at a financial institution. Experience with the regulatory scheme surrounding private securities issuance and trading - primary and secondary private offerings of equity, including drafting and negotiation of all related agreements and offering and disclosure documentation. Understanding of laws and regulations that apply to financial products, brokerage services, and laws relating to the commercialization of technology solutions. Experience in representing issuers and underwriters is beneficial. Experience drafting and negotiating commercial contracts with a focus on technology agreements. Experience with broker-dealer regulation strongly preferred. Ability to distill complex legal concepts into simple, actionable recommendations. Ability to manage and handle sensitive and confidential information with the highest levels of integrity, ethical standards, discretion and sound judgment. Strong communication skills combined with the ability to work under tight deadlines. High level of integrity, attention to detail and excellent writing, communication and interpersonal skills. Team player, able to collaborate across various teams and levels and form strong working relationships with colleagues and counterparties in a fast-paced work environment.
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# MZXS150353
 
Compliance Counsel Duties: Efficiently and effectively investigates, researches and analyzes alleged violations of CFP Board. Standards of Professional Conduct. Provides guidance to Compliance Analysts and other department personnel on the handling of. investigations, including with respect to the same issues that arise in the Compliance Counsel s. investigations. Identifies and expedites the investigation of targeted classes of investigations, such as financial. planning cases or customer grievances. Acts as an advocate on behalf of CFP Board in hearings before CFP Board's Disciplinary and. Ethics Commission. Responds to emails and telephone calls requesting guidance with respect to compliance with. and applicability of the Standards of Professional Conduct, as requested by the General Counsel.. Collaborates with the Director of Investigations as to the handling of investigations, complaints,. and requests for guidance. Recommends procedures and policies that will assist in the efficiency of the department. Assists the General Counsel with meetings of councils, commissions, and working groups. charged with the responsibility of reviewing the Standards. Provides legal research and writing support for issues pertaining to federal and state regulation. of broker-dealers, registered investment advisers, insurance agents and other financial. professionals. Advises other CFP Board Departments regarding compliance and ethical issues as needed. Conducts and oversees background checks for CFP Board volunteers and Board members. Reviews CFP Board Continuing Education sponsor's ethics program applications for alignment. with Standards, in collaboration with CFP Board's Continuing Education department.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Active status licensed attorney in any state; eligible to be admitted in the District of Columbia Bar. 3+ years experience as an enforcement attorney presenting cases in. administrative hearings or similar substantive legal practice experience desired. Working knowledge of broker-dealer, investment adviser and insurance regulations desired. Ability to prepare and present facts in a logical, clear and concise manner. Exemplary written and oral communications skills. Self-starter with strong motivation, proven results orientation and consistent track record. Ability to quickly prioritize and meet critical deadlines. Strong customer service focus and ability to effectively communicate with individuals under. duress. Proficiency with Microsoft Office.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# DQSO150356
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will representing the enterprise in all aspects of government contracting including, but not limited to, procurement, negotiations, bid development, protests, claims, dispute resolution, negotiations with Contracting Officers and US Government agencies and audits. Reviewing solicitations for risk factors, liabilities, and appropriateness of referenced regulations. Providing guidance on Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs), Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations (DFARs) Supplement, Code of Federal Regulations, and other relevant US or international acquisition regulations. Developing and implementing a program to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and contract provisions. Innovating the approach to government bid opportunities in support of the objectives set while mitigating associated risk and exposure. Providing guidance on subcontract language and drafting/revising agreements for acquisition strategies. Law degree are required. 7-10 years experience in government contracting are required. Experience in civilian contracting also required; specific experience in the maritime industry, logistics and corporate law preferred. Ability to obtain secret clearance preferred. Proficient in Microsoft Office products, including Excel, Outlook and Word.
 
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Vice President & Deputy General Counsel, Global Litigation
Refer job# WUKA150357
 
Vice President & Deputy General Counsel, Global Litigation Duties: Provide strategic counseling and advice to the General Counsel and other executives of the company as a key member of the Legal leadership team. Drive strategy and execution on litigation matters in the United States and around the world, including identifying and mitigating emerging litigation threats to mission. Develop and manage a large team of experienced litigators and litigation support personnel, maintaining best practices in litigation management and professional development. Work cross-functionally with executive leadership and teams to ensure compliance with litigation-related obligations, and provide timely and effective guidance on avoiding litigation risks through proactive counseling and lessons learned from litigated matters. Oversee outside counsel partnerships, including selecting, budgeting, managing and evaluating counsel. Advocate for ethics and integrity across's litigation matters. Accurately forecast anticipated litigation costs, timely raising any trends or matters expected to adversely impact budget. Represent in industry and professional organizations and in litigation-related legislative and regulatory lobbying activities as appropriate. Provide thought leadership on the delivery of legal services and strategic priorities.

Qualifications: JD Degree (or foreign equivalent) with membership in at least one U.S. state Bar. 15+ years of relevant legal experience, including extensive litigation management and first chair experience. Proven track record of providing thoughtful, outside-the-box legal and strategic guidance to an executive team, both in regard to specific litigation and big picture  results. Experience with substantive litigation including privacy, antitrust/competition, securities, intellectual property, electronic discovery, and class action experience. Inspiring people manager with a proven record of mentoring and leading a diverse team globally. Preferred: A high-profile litigator at an organization operating in an area with significant public attention and consequences or a well-known reputation in a top tier law firm. Experience with the media surrounding litigation and litigation-related matters strongly preferred. Knowledge of, and inquisitive interest in technologies (software, platforms, messaging/wireless/infrastructure, mobile and others) preferred.
 
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Deputy General Counsel, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
Refer job# AXPT150358
 
Deputy General Counsel, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer Duties: Oversee the growth and implementation of a world-class compliance program that operates to effectively identify and mitigate legal and regulatory risk and embed the highest standards of compliance and ethics across's global businesses. Areas of focus include: Financial crime risk (sanctions, AML, CFT, other illicit finance risk), Privacy, Antitrust/Competition, Anti-Corruption/FCPA, Insider trading, Conflicts of interest, Sales and marketing, Political Activities Compliance. Develop, maintain, and review policies, procedures, and processes to ensure enterprise-wide compliance with applicable internal and legal standards. Design, implement, and monitor controls across relevant parts of the company to mitigate the risk of illegal, unethical or improper conduct, including: Enterprise-wide and region-specific risk assessments to identify key risks, ensure compliance controls are designed and operating to mitigate those risks, ensure effective monitoring and testing, and ensure appropriate steps are taken to identify and remediate violations of compliance policies and procedures. Training to ensure awareness, understanding and compliance with company policies and procedures, laws, and regulations, including both initial training and annual refreshers and updates. Review/adapt whistle-blower procedures, reporting. Review/adapt record-keeping practices. Review/adapt process for dealing with violations of company policy, laws, and regulations. Auditing to ensure compliance. Provide regular feedback to the CEO, COO, General Counsel, management team, and Audit and Risk Management Committee of the Board of Directors regarding the design and operation of's global compliance program, key risks and issues, emerging trends, and the adequacy and effectiveness of compliance program operations and resourcing. Identify, propose, and implement appropriate technology solutions and compliance assurance systems to facilitate compliance with current and anticipated laws and regulations, including identifying and ensuring the quality of data and analytical methods needed to fulfill compliance oversight requirements. Organize and lead third-party supplier certification initiatives to ensure appropriate compliance by corporate partners. Act as the official source for documentation of's compliance activities, including tracking (e.g., dashboards, auditing) and remediation. Regularly meet and maintain positive relationships with teams across the company, including Legal, Operations, Engineering, Risk and Product Management to develop planning and implementation systems that support compliance objectives. Ensure the company stays current on applicable regulations and best practices, including monitoring trends and patterns across the payments platform to identify potential risks and take appropriate action to mitigate such risks. Manage audits and inspections from external parties and ensure findings are remediated appropriately. Ensure that appropriate internal and external investigations are conducted of any violations of compliance policies, laws and regulations, both alone and in collaboration with other internal stakeholders and outside counsel. Champion best practices, taking full accountability for an effective global compliance framework. Ensure that the compliance framework, programs and procedures are consistently meeting or exceeding the needs and expectations of a best-in-class compliance program and the highest standards of compliance, ethics and integrity. Take a proactive and strategic role in ensuring enterprise-wide compliance with all applicable laws and regulations and will do so in collaboration across business lines, management and the Board of Directors. Inspire and mentor accomplished and developing professionals to strive for higher levels of achievement.

Qualifications: 15+ years of proven compliance/risk controls experience in a large, complex organization that is of similar size, scale and complexity to ***. Non-lawyers will also be considered assuming a track record of compliance leadership expertise. Knowledge of all applicable significant regulatory compliance requirements, with an experience spotting emerging trends and hot issues  from both internal and external data. Experience with compliance training and oversight and a track record of implementing and creating a proactive compliance culture in which compliance and business objectives are mutually reinforcing. Experience developing integrated enterprise risk assessments, including experience in process and control mapping methodologies, in collaboration with global teams. Demonstrated track record of reporting to executive management, the board of directors and relevant committees on emerging trends and regulatory issues. Leadership, managerial, communications, negotiation, analytical, organizational, project management, strategic and/or operational planning skills, including a demonstrated experience managing both small and large global teams. Experience interacting and maintaining relationships with key regulatory authorities and other external stakeholders in a highly regulated environment. Organization skills and experience setting priorities, problem-solving, multi-tasking, analytical experience, a self-starter who works well independently and in a team in a dynamic, rapidly changing workplace. Preferred: Pragmatic, commercially oriented compliance leader who can keep pace with the demands of a rapidly changing and complex business by anticipating potential problems and proffering appropriate and effective solutions. Law firm and/or regulatory experience followed by an in-house role leading a global compliance function for a company with a comparable business and risk profile is preferred.
 
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Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Cb Middle Market Banking
Refer job# WLKF150359
 
Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - CB Middle Market Banking The candidate will be managing actual and potential litigation and enforcement matters, including internal reviews and investigations related to such matters. Will be advising on products and services, including contract negotiation and documentation. Advising on offering and marketing documents and new business initiatives. Managing dispute resolution. Interpreting existing laws, rules and regulations, and advising on changes thereto. Advising on advocacy in connection with contemplated and proposed laws, rules and regulations, and providing legal advice to the Board of Directors, the business and functions. Legal selects, engages and manages outside counsel for the Firm on all matters in which outside counsel is engaged. Advise and counsel bankers on structuring and documenting a variety of credit and banking transactions. Provide transactional support, including the review, negotiation and drafting of credit and collateral documentation, confidentiality agreements, indicative term sheets and other proposals, commitment letters, amendments and waivers. Advise, in conjunction with Special Credits Legal, on troubled credit situations, waivers, amendments and forbearance agreements. Identify and mitigate risks (legal, operational, reputational and other). Review and guide clients on reputational risk issues, in standard and high risk industries. Participate on cross line of business projects on a variety of subjects, including the building of policies and procedures on new regulations and amendments or new interpretations to existing regulations. Provide legal interpretations of regulations and guidance on their applicability to Middle Market Banking (such as, Know-YourCustomer, OFAC and anti-money laundering compliance; banking regulatory compliance such as anti-tying; Reg. B, Reg. U, conflicts of interest, information-sharing, confidentiality and privacy). Counsel Wholesale Lending Services staff on documenting, booking and servicing of loans and on forms, policies, procedures and job aids. Advise, in conjunction with Treasury Services Legal, on the negotiation and exception approval on deposit and cash management documentation. Review proposed new or modified products, businesses, practices and procedures, and identify any legal and regulatory issues. Prepare and update standard commercial loan documentation and procedures. Provide training for underwriters, bankers, operational staff, and customer support staff on legal issues. Manage outside counsel.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree with 5 years of post-JD relevant commercial finance transactions legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank or other financial services company. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of such jurisdiction. Must have excellent verbal and written communications skills. Knowledge of the legal and regulatory requirements for commercial banking businesses is required.
 
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Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Cb Middle Market Banking
Refer job# ENOR150360
 
Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - CB Middle Market Banking The candidate will be managing actual and potential litigation and enforcement matters, including internal reviews and investigations related to such matters. Will be advising on products and services, including contract negotiation and documentation. Advising on offering and marketing documents and new business initiatives. Managing dispute resolution. Interpreting existing laws, rules and regulations, and advising on changes thereto. Advising on advocacy in connection with contemplated and proposed laws, rules and regulations, and providing legal advice to the Board of Directors, the business and functions. Legal selects, engages and manages outside counsel for the Firm on all matters in which outside counsel is engaged. Advise and counsel bankers on structuring and documenting a variety of credit and banking transactions. Provide transactional support, including the review, negotiation and drafting of credit and collateral documentation, confidentiality agreements, indicative term sheets and other proposals, commitment letters, amendments and waivers. Advise, in conjunction with Special Credits Legal, on troubled credit situations, waivers, amendments and forbearance agreements. Identify and mitigate risks (legal, operational, reputational and other). Review and guide clients on reputational risk issues, in standard and high risk industries. Participate on cross line of business projects on a variety of subjects, including the building of policies and procedures on new regulations and amendments or new interpretations to existing regulations. Provide legal interpretations of regulations and guidance on their applicability to Middle Market Banking (such as, Know-YourCustomer, OFAC and anti-money laundering compliance; banking regulatory compliance such as anti-tying; Reg. B, Reg. U, conflicts of interest, information-sharing, confidentiality and privacy). Counsel Wholesale Lending Services staff on documenting, booking and servicing of loans and on forms, policies, procedures and job aids. Advise, in conjunction with Treasury Services Legal, on the negotiation and exception approval on deposit and cash management documentation. Review proposed new or modified products, businesses, practices and procedures, and identify any legal and regulatory issues. Prepare and update standard commercial loan documentation and procedures. Provide training for underwriters, bankers, operational staff, and customer support staff on legal issues. Manage outside counsel.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree with 5 years of post-JD relevant commercial finance transactions legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank or other financial services company. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of such jurisdiction. Must have excellent verbal and written communications skills. Knowledge of the legal and regulatory requirements for commercial banking businesses is required.
 
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Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Home Lending Litigation
Refer job# NLJI150361
 
Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Home Lending Litigation The candidate will be responsible for supervising and directing outside counsel related to actual and potential litigation brought against Chase throughout the United States. Advise management on risks within the organization. Draft, review and revise pleadings, discovery responses and briefs. Communicate with outside counsel and internal clients regarding case status and negotiations. May supervise or provide advice to less senior members of the legal department. Should have 5+ years as a Litigation Attorney. Must have at least 5 years of experience practicing law post-JD. J.D. degree required. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the state/jurisdiction in which the position is based or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of that state/jurisdiction. Must have experience within the Mortgage or Home Lending business.
 
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