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Attorney - Consumer Banking -deposit Products

Chicago IL Attorney - Consumer Banking - Deposit Products The candidate will primarily support the consumer banking business with a focus on the Consumer Deposits Products Deposits Products and Consumer Payment Strategy businesses which involves responsibility for a wide range of activities related to development and maintenance of products and services. Will support checking, savings, CD and debit product development, consumer payment initiatives certain life priorities initiatives and related issues with an emphasis on Reg DD, Reg E, Reg D, Reg CC, Reg II and UDAAP. Advising product development and management teams on regulatory and legal issues. Commenting and monitoring legislative developments, including working with trade associations, and implementing new regulations. Interacting closely with business, risk, compliance and audit partners on new product launches, existing products and services and emerging issues and regulatory matters. Collaborating with legal partners supporting consumer products, customer channels, credit/underwriting, and privacy as needed. Monitoring legal and regulatory developments impacting consumer deposits products and services, including via legal research. Participating in governance routines and forums. Reviewing policies, procedures, processes and training materials for customer-facing associates. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating agreements, legal contracts and other documents. Drafting consumer disclosures. Reviewing marketing and communications. Conducting legal research. Provides general legal counsel to the consumer banking businesses, as well as specific advice on products, services and certain legal actions. Reviews legal contracts and documents. Directly, or through staff, conducts legal research. May represent the bank in legal actions.

The candidate must have 5+ years of experience since admission to the Bar. Should have JD degree from an accredited law school and strong academic credentials. Must have Active State Bar license. Must have 5 years of experience with a national financial company or within a law firm performing similar functions. Must have familiarity with some or all of the laws governing consumer deposits and sales & service processes for consumer products (Reg DD, Reg E, Reg D, Reg CC, UDAAP, Reg P, FCRA, TCPA, Reg Z, and Reg B). Must have strong organizational and communication skills, sound business judgment and ability to be an effective team member. Excellent written and oral communication skills is needed. Must be capable of handling multiple tasks amidst pressing deadlines; managing a substantial workload and client expectations, and interacting with associates and management at all levels.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-20

Executive Counsel - Labor & Employment

Chicago IL Executive Counsel. Labor & Employment Duties: Report to the General Counsel and will be responsible for developing and executing the labor and employment legal advice for the business globally. Will work closely with key stakeholders, including as a member of the staff of the Senior Executive Human Resources, and as an advisor on labor and employment matters to other senior leaders in the business. Provide advice and counsel senior management regarding compliance with existing and evolving labor and employment laws. Develop and oversee union free strategies, manage non. union campaigns, provide counsel regarding union contract interpretation, represent business regarding unfair labor practice charges, provide strategic guidance during restructuring activities, counsel business with respect to various issues where there is a contractual duty to bargain, and conduct appropriate training for HR and labor relations personnel. Provide advice and counsel on labor and employment issues facing the business, such as NLRA claims, general union relations and contract negotiations, FMLA, USERRA, state and federal wage and hour laws, state and federal employment discrimination statutes, FLSA, equal pay, corporate separateness and contingent workers issues, affirmative action and diversity, drug. free workplace, strike support, employee discipline and termination, restructuring, whistleblower laws, wrongful discharge claims, and employment agreements and policies. Provide representation for the business before state and federal administrative agencies, including the NLRB, OFCCP, the Wage and Hour Division, EEOC, state and local human rights agencies, as well as in mediations and arbitrations under internal alternative dispute resolution programs and local union grievance procedures. Directly involved in drafting position statements and pleadings, responding to information requests, and representing business at hearings; handling ADR matters, including responses to and coordination with claimants, drafting mediation statements and representing business at mediations; litigating arbitrations; responding to attorney demand letters and resulting investigations. Manage employment and labor matters in non. US jurisdictions where operates, in coordination with local HR managers and local counsel. Conduct and manage internal investigations and support the business open reporting program. Provide advice and counsel on labor related aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Support and contribute to other initiatives of the Legal and HR teams that improve business policies and processes. Ensure the successful, cost. effective use of outside counsel.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school. 10+ years of experience at a large law firm and/or corporate legal department, with significant experience in labor law matters, employment litigation, investigations and related matters. Member in good standing of a state Bar. Desired: Strong commitment to integrity and professionalism. Experience with employee benefits and executive compensation issues. Experienced lawyer with significant labor and employment experience. Demonstrated effectiveness in the practice of employment and labor law with emphasis on NLRA / union issues, Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FMLA, USERRA, FLSA, and employment. related torts and litigation. Experience with global employment and/or litigation issues, including experience with works councils. First chair experience at trial and/or arbitral hearings, including experience with class actions. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Self-confident, self-directed, solution. focused and collaborative personality. Demonstrated experience identifying and resolving legal issues quickly and effectively and ability to make on the spot risk calls. Demonstrated experience prioritizing conflicting demands from multiple business clients in a fast. paced environment. Ability to set and meet multiple priorities, initiative to take on new challenges, and high energy. High level of influencing skills combined with an ability to build excellent working relationships (cross. functionally, globally, at multiple levels, and externally). Ability to deal effectively with people and work in diverse teams.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-09

Claims Counsel, Construction/contract Surety Claims

Schaumburg IL Claims Counsel, Construction / Contract Surety Claims The candidate will manage a caseload of moderate to high complexity claims from start through settlement and resolution, and within specific authority limits. Will also ensure that claims are handled in the most efficient and effective manner to deliver on company's claims best practices and commitment to customer-centricity. Develop strong partnerships that include extensive communications and interactions with principals, brokers and other internal business unit contacts. Analyze coverage, liability and damages. Participate in mediations and negotiate settlements. Draft coverage and denial letters, underwriter notification of claim issues, etc. Draft case summary reports in connection with significant reserve increases and trial preparation. Direct activities of defense counsel.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and 5+ years of experience in the Claims or Litigation area that includes construction/contract surety claims OR Bachelor's degree and 6+ years of experience in the Claims or Litigation area that includes construction/contract surety claims OR High School Diploma or Equivalent and 8+ years of experience in the Claims or Litigation area that includes construction/contract surety claims OR company approved Apprenticeship program including an Associate Degree and 6+ years of experience in the Claims Handling area within the Insurance industry and includes construction/contract surety claims AND obtain and maintain required adjuster licenses. Should preferably have 5+ years of experience in construction/contract surety claims. Must have knowledge of the insurance industry, claims and the insurance legal and regulatory environment. Negotiation and customer service experience are needed. Must be willing and able to travel 25+% as needed by the business.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-07

Director and Senior Counsel, Law Center of Excellence (Privacy)

Riverwoods IL Director and Senior Counsel, Law Center of Excellence (Privacy) The candidate will serve as lead privacy counsel for the enterprise as part of a multi-disciplinary team of legal subject matter experts in firm's Law Center of Excellence. Will be responsible for advising internal business partners, product advisory attorneys, and Corporate Compliance to ensure compliance with federal, state and international privacy and laws and regulations. Serve as a legal subject matter expert on all aspects of U.S. domestic and international privacy laws/regulations, including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) (Regulation P), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (Reg V), the CAN-SPAM Act, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and applicable state law. Provide actionable legal advice to facilitate achievement of business objectives with respect to the collection, sharing, usage and disclosure of non-public personal information (NPI) received or generated by firm's and its subsidiaries and affiliates. Partner with the business to develop strategic solutions to mitigate and, where possible, eliminate privacy related legal risks across the product life-cycle including: New business initiatives; Vendor relationships and third-party contracts; Marketing; Training; Regulatory exams; Risk assessments. Review and approval of policies and procedures. Data use and sharing. Review and advise on privacy policies and disclosures, ensuring adoption of industry best practices. Identify, assess and communicate legal and regulatory developments, and advise the business on best practices to comply with legal and regulatory requirements. Proactive management and disciplined use of outside counsel and other external resources. Provide proactive strategic leadership and guidance on privacy issues across the enterprise to drive partnership, knowledge-sharing and efficiency. Support company engagement with government, industry, and consumer groups on privacy issues. Advise on potential business impact of proposed changes to US, EU and other international privacy and data security laws and regulations. Review collection, use and transfers of user data and draft privacy policies and disclosures. Draft and negotiate privacy and data protection-related provisions of complex commercial and technology contracts. Promote a risk-aware culture, ensure efficient and effective risk and compliance management practices by adhering to required standards and processes.

The candidate should have Bachelor s degree, Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and license to practice law in Illinois. Must have 5+ years of relevant experience including consumer financial services legal advisory experience gained while employed at a financial institution, regulatory agency or law firm. Must have strong technical knowledge of all aspects of U.S. domestic and international privacy laws/regulations, including GLBA, Reg. P, TCPA, FCRA, Reg. V, CAN-SPAM Act, GDPR and applicable state law laws and regulations. Must have business-oriented professional with strong analytic skills, and the ability to suggest practical and innovative solutions around legal issues in support of strategic business initiatives and objectives. Experience with online, mobile and digital technology issues is required. Experience in other relevant consumer financial services laws such as UDAAP, fair lending, TILA, SCRA and MLA is a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-06

Division Counsel, Global Healthcare Compliance

Abbot IL Division Counsel, Global Healthcare Compliance The candidate role is a senior-level manager within company s global legal organization and reports to the Divisional Vice President and Associate General Counsel, Legal Regulatory and Compliance. Responsible for providing advice and counseling on global healthcare compliance legal issues, serving as a hub of subject-matter expertise within company s matrixed Legal organization by: Providing deep-dive analysis of healthcare compliance/anti-corruption issues for clients in the Legal division, company s Office of Ethics and Compliance and other corporate functions (including Government Affairs), and company businesses; Helping ensure appropriately consistent approaches to healthcare compliance/anti-corruption issues across company businesses and geographies; Engaging externally to support advocacy efforts relating to business priorities. U.S. federal and state fraud and abuse laws (including the Anti-Kickback Statute, the False Claims Act, the Beneficiary Inducement Law, physician self-referral laws), regulations, guidance documents (including OIG Advisory Opinions), and legal issues relating to industry/trade group codes. Laws and regulations relating to billing for the provision of healthcare services, including U.S. federal healthcare programs. U.S. laws and regulations relating to distribution of healthcare products (including wholesaler or distributor requirements). Global anti-corruption and anti-bribery laws (e.g., Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, UK Bribery Act). Global transparency laws (e.g., U.S. and French Sunshine laws) and relevant industry codes. U.S. laws and regulations relating to operations, billing and reimbursement for the provision of healthcare services and products (e.g., Social Security Act, Medicare and Medicaid regulations, CMS coverage decisions, Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments). Manage a small team of lawyers and support professionals, including lawyers with responsibility for providing advice and counseling on U.S. trade sanctions laws and regulations (e.g., Office of Foreign Assets Control regulations and related Executive Orders), environmental health and safety and real estate, and the Conflict Minerals Rule..

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree. Juris Doctor degree is required. Must have 10+ years substantive experience in relevant field(s). Should have experience acting as in-house counsel for life sciences or medical technology company. Experience at top-tier law firm is preferred. Other relevant work experience including government or industry association is desired.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-05

Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Wholesale Lending Services, Commercial Banking - VP

Chicago IL Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Wholesale Lending Services, Commercial Banking - VP The candidate will be responsible for: Partnering with Risk, Control and Compliance colleagues regarding operational and regulatory risk and control issues; Identifying and mitigating risks (legal, reputational and other); Participating on cross line of business projects on a variety of subjects; Undertaking a review of existing WLS procedures and instituting an ongoing sustainable review process for such procedures. Counseling WLS staff on documenting, booking and servicing of loans and on forms, policies, procedures and job aids. Providing legal interpretations of federal and state regulations and their applicability to WLS. Preparing and updating standard forms and procedures. Coordinating appropriate legal training for the WLS businesses. Coordinating with the legal contacts in the other LOBs that WLS supports. Attending and participating in various standing WLS meetings. Should have JD Degree with 5+ years of relevant legal experience in commercial or real estate lending at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank or other financial services company. Must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including those of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-04

Associate Staff Attorney-insurance Defense

Chicago IL Associate Staff Attorney - Insurance Defense The candidate will be part of a team responsible for providing top quality representation to the company and its insureds in litigated matters. Will provide legal support to litigation attorneys and be accountable for performing assigned tasks, including: property damage and medical record review; drafting pleadings, motions, and discovery; conducting depositions; appearing in court; conducting legal research; and assisting with trial, arbitration and mediation. Should have a J.D. degree from accredited law school and license to practice in the state of Illinois. Must have 1-4 years of experience, preferably within the insurance defense industry dealing with automobile, general liability, and subrogation matters. Legal 1 - 4 Full-time 2018-07-04

Associate General Counsel-Commercial Litigation

Hoffman Estates IL Associate General Counsel-Commercial Litigation The candidate will responsible for the management and support of the complex commercial litigation docket. Active management of outside counsel and outside counsel spend with respect to a significant portfolio of litigated matters arising out of all facets of company operations. Responsible for setting case strategy, analyzing financial and other risks associated with individual matters as well as overall litigation docket, developing trial plans for cases going to trial, controlling costs, developing discovery plan, reviewing discovery, reviewing and editing briefs and other pleadings and making recommendations regarding strategic approaches to overall litigation docket, trial strategy, and whether matters should be settled or tried. Management and optimization of litigation budget for overall docket and individual cases. Advising management on status of litigation, trial results and reporting on defense costs/indemnity payments. Significant interaction with General Counsel and senior management. Advising the businesses on operational issues as well as litigation matters and how business can mitigate risk with respect to active or past litigation. Assisting in witness preparation for deposition and trial. Review and drafting of discovery responses in collaboration with outside counsel. Daily interface with multiple outside law firms and business units within Sears. Must have Juris Doctorate degree with 10+ years of relevant experience. Should have substantial experience in managing complex, multimillion dollar commercial litigation matters and preparing those matters for trial. Experience as a first or second chair trial lawyer in commercial litigation matters is desired. Effective verbal and written communication skills are critical. In-house experience in a consumer branded business is a plus. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-02

Counsel IV - Equipment Finance

Chicago IL Counsel IV - Equipment Finance The candidate will become a member of the Legal department providing support to the Equipment Finance lines of business which provide equipment leasing and equipment secured lending products across the United States and internationally. Transactions involve all types of equipment, including transportation equipment (aircraft, rail, marine, motor vehicles and trailers), medical equipment, construction equipment and office equipment. Specific responsibilities will include: negotiating and drafting lease and loan documents; supporting the capital markets and syndications teams in the acquisition and sale of transactions with other financial institutions; negotiating and drafting vendor programs; review and providing advice on a wide range of equipment finance transactions; providing general transactional advice for secured lending, transactions working with documentation, credit, sales team members; assisting with regulatory compliance requirements and management of legal and operational risk; and drafting and updating transactional document templates.

The candidate must have active State Bar membership with 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney OR 6+ years of experience as a practicing attorney and 2+ years of experience in one or a combination of the following areas: risk, compliance, contracts, government/regulatory, financial services, or technology. Extensive knowledge and understanding of research, counsel, and guidance on complex legal questions or inquiries is preferred. Knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to secured lenders and lessors, including those related to Fair Credit, Reg B, Flood, FACTA, Service Member Relief, qualified financial contracts and state licensing requirements is desired. Experience addressing operational risk issues and drafting procedures related thereto is an asset. Substantive experience handling equipment finance (leasing and loan) transactions is a plus. Application Deadline: July 10, 2018.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-02

Counsel III - Equipment Finance

Chicago IL Counsel III - Equipment Finance The candidate will become a member of the firm's Legal Department providing support to the Equipment Finance lines of business which provide equipment leasing and equipment secured lending products across the United States and internationally. Transactions involve all types of equipment, including, without limitation, transportation equipment (aircraft, rail, marine, motor vehicles and trailers), medical equipment, construction equipment and office equipment. Specific responsibilities will include: assisting the equipment finance businesses with regulatory compliance requirements and management of legal and operational risk; working with Manager to ensure compliance and develop procedures and policies for line of business; reviewing and providing advice on a wide range of equipment finance transactions; providing general transactional advice for secured lending, transactions working with documentation, credit, sales team members; drafting and updating transactional document templates; negotiating and drafting lease and loan documents; supporting the capital markets and syndications teams in the acquisition and sale of transactions with other financial institutions; and negotiating and drafting vendor programs.

The candidate must have 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney with active State Bar membership. Ability to analyze legal issues in substantive law in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters is desired. Extensive knowledge and understanding of research, counsel, and guidance on complex legal questions or inquiries is desired. Knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to secured lenders and lessors, including those related to Fair Credit, Reg B, Flood, FACTA, Service Member Relief, qualified financial contracts and state licensing requirements is an asset. Experience addressing operational risk issues and drafting procedures related thereto is a plus. Substantive experience handling equipment finance (leasing and loan) transactions is ideal. Application Deadline: July 10, 2018.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-02
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Attorney - Consumer Banking -deposit Products
Refer job# YJSW139932
 
Attorney - Consumer Banking - Deposit Products The candidate will primarily support the consumer banking business with a focus on the Consumer Deposits Products Deposits Products and Consumer Payment Strategy businesses which involves responsibility for a wide range of activities related to development and maintenance of products and services. Will support checking, savings, CD and debit product development, consumer payment initiatives certain life priorities initiatives and related issues with an emphasis on Reg DD, Reg E, Reg D, Reg CC, Reg II and UDAAP. Advising product development and management teams on regulatory and legal issues. Commenting and monitoring legislative developments, including working with trade associations, and implementing new regulations. Interacting closely with business, risk, compliance and audit partners on new product launches, existing products and services and emerging issues and regulatory matters. Collaborating with legal partners supporting consumer products, customer channels, credit/underwriting, and privacy as needed. Monitoring legal and regulatory developments impacting consumer deposits products and services, including via legal research. Participating in governance routines and forums. Reviewing policies, procedures, processes and training materials for customer-facing associates. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating agreements, legal contracts and other documents. Drafting consumer disclosures. Reviewing marketing and communications. Conducting legal research. Provides general legal counsel to the consumer banking businesses, as well as specific advice on products, services and certain legal actions. Reviews legal contracts and documents. Directly, or through staff, conducts legal research. May represent the bank in legal actions.

The candidate must have 5+ years of experience since admission to the Bar. Should have JD degree from an accredited law school and strong academic credentials. Must have Active State Bar license. Must have 5 years of experience with a national financial company or within a law firm performing similar functions. Must have familiarity with some or all of the laws governing consumer deposits and sales & service processes for consumer products (Reg DD, Reg E, Reg D, Reg CC, UDAAP, Reg P, FCRA, TCPA, Reg Z, and Reg B). Must have strong organizational and communication skills, sound business judgment and ability to be an effective team member. Excellent written and oral communication skills is needed. Must be capable of handling multiple tasks amidst pressing deadlines; managing a substantial workload and client expectations, and interacting with associates and management at all levels.
 
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Executive Counsel - Labor & Employment
Refer job# TFKE139895
 
Executive Counsel. Labor & Employment Duties: Report to the General Counsel and will be responsible for developing and executing the labor and employment legal advice for the business globally. Will work closely with key stakeholders, including as a member of the staff of the Senior Executive Human Resources, and as an advisor on labor and employment matters to other senior leaders in the business. Provide advice and counsel senior management regarding compliance with existing and evolving labor and employment laws. Develop and oversee union free strategies, manage non. union campaigns, provide counsel regarding union contract interpretation, represent business regarding unfair labor practice charges, provide strategic guidance during restructuring activities, counsel business with respect to various issues where there is a contractual duty to bargain, and conduct appropriate training for HR and labor relations personnel. Provide advice and counsel on labor and employment issues facing the business, such as NLRA claims, general union relations and contract negotiations, FMLA, USERRA, state and federal wage and hour laws, state and federal employment discrimination statutes, FLSA, equal pay, corporate separateness and contingent workers issues, affirmative action and diversity, drug. free workplace, strike support, employee discipline and termination, restructuring, whistleblower laws, wrongful discharge claims, and employment agreements and policies. Provide representation for the business before state and federal administrative agencies, including the NLRB, OFCCP, the Wage and Hour Division, EEOC, state and local human rights agencies, as well as in mediations and arbitrations under internal alternative dispute resolution programs and local union grievance procedures. Directly involved in drafting position statements and pleadings, responding to information requests, and representing business at hearings; handling ADR matters, including responses to and coordination with claimants, drafting mediation statements and representing business at mediations; litigating arbitrations; responding to attorney demand letters and resulting investigations. Manage employment and labor matters in non. US jurisdictions where operates, in coordination with local HR managers and local counsel. Conduct and manage internal investigations and support the business open reporting program. Provide advice and counsel on labor related aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Support and contribute to other initiatives of the Legal and HR teams that improve business policies and processes. Ensure the successful, cost. effective use of outside counsel.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school. 10+ years of experience at a large law firm and/or corporate legal department, with significant experience in labor law matters, employment litigation, investigations and related matters. Member in good standing of a state Bar. Desired: Strong commitment to integrity and professionalism. Experience with employee benefits and executive compensation issues. Experienced lawyer with significant labor and employment experience. Demonstrated effectiveness in the practice of employment and labor law with emphasis on NLRA / union issues, Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FMLA, USERRA, FLSA, and employment. related torts and litigation. Experience with global employment and/or litigation issues, including experience with works councils. First chair experience at trial and/or arbitral hearings, including experience with class actions. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Self-confident, self-directed, solution. focused and collaborative personality. Demonstrated experience identifying and resolving legal issues quickly and effectively and ability to make on the spot risk calls. Demonstrated experience prioritizing conflicting demands from multiple business clients in a fast. paced environment. Ability to set and meet multiple priorities, initiative to take on new challenges, and high energy. High level of influencing skills combined with an ability to build excellent working relationships (cross. functionally, globally, at multiple levels, and externally). Ability to deal effectively with people and work in diverse teams.
 
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Claims Counsel, Construction/contract Surety Claims
Refer job# LVHO139840
 
Claims Counsel, Construction / Contract Surety Claims The candidate will manage a caseload of moderate to high complexity claims from start through settlement and resolution, and within specific authority limits. Will also ensure that claims are handled in the most efficient and effective manner to deliver on company's claims best practices and commitment to customer-centricity. Develop strong partnerships that include extensive communications and interactions with principals, brokers and other internal business unit contacts. Analyze coverage, liability and damages. Participate in mediations and negotiate settlements. Draft coverage and denial letters, underwriter notification of claim issues, etc. Draft case summary reports in connection with significant reserve increases and trial preparation. Direct activities of defense counsel.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and 5+ years of experience in the Claims or Litigation area that includes construction/contract surety claims OR Bachelor's degree and 6+ years of experience in the Claims or Litigation area that includes construction/contract surety claims OR High School Diploma or Equivalent and 8+ years of experience in the Claims or Litigation area that includes construction/contract surety claims OR company approved Apprenticeship program including an Associate Degree and 6+ years of experience in the Claims Handling area within the Insurance industry and includes construction/contract surety claims AND obtain and maintain required adjuster licenses. Should preferably have 5+ years of experience in construction/contract surety claims. Must have knowledge of the insurance industry, claims and the insurance legal and regulatory environment. Negotiation and customer service experience are needed. Must be willing and able to travel 25+% as needed by the business.
 
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Director and Senior Counsel, Law Center of Excellence (Privacy)
Refer job# EODX139832
 
Director and Senior Counsel, Law Center of Excellence (Privacy) The candidate will serve as lead privacy counsel for the enterprise as part of a multi-disciplinary team of legal subject matter experts in firm's Law Center of Excellence. Will be responsible for advising internal business partners, product advisory attorneys, and Corporate Compliance to ensure compliance with federal, state and international privacy and laws and regulations. Serve as a legal subject matter expert on all aspects of U.S. domestic and international privacy laws/regulations, including the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) (Regulation P), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), the Fair Credit Reporting Act (Reg V), the CAN-SPAM Act, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and applicable state law. Provide actionable legal advice to facilitate achievement of business objectives with respect to the collection, sharing, usage and disclosure of non-public personal information (NPI) received or generated by firm's and its subsidiaries and affiliates. Partner with the business to develop strategic solutions to mitigate and, where possible, eliminate privacy related legal risks across the product life-cycle including: New business initiatives; Vendor relationships and third-party contracts; Marketing; Training; Regulatory exams; Risk assessments. Review and approval of policies and procedures. Data use and sharing. Review and advise on privacy policies and disclosures, ensuring adoption of industry best practices. Identify, assess and communicate legal and regulatory developments, and advise the business on best practices to comply with legal and regulatory requirements. Proactive management and disciplined use of outside counsel and other external resources. Provide proactive strategic leadership and guidance on privacy issues across the enterprise to drive partnership, knowledge-sharing and efficiency. Support company engagement with government, industry, and consumer groups on privacy issues. Advise on potential business impact of proposed changes to US, EU and other international privacy and data security laws and regulations. Review collection, use and transfers of user data and draft privacy policies and disclosures. Draft and negotiate privacy and data protection-related provisions of complex commercial and technology contracts. Promote a risk-aware culture, ensure efficient and effective risk and compliance management practices by adhering to required standards and processes.

The candidate should have Bachelor s degree, Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and license to practice law in Illinois. Must have 5+ years of relevant experience including consumer financial services legal advisory experience gained while employed at a financial institution, regulatory agency or law firm. Must have strong technical knowledge of all aspects of U.S. domestic and international privacy laws/regulations, including GLBA, Reg. P, TCPA, FCRA, Reg. V, CAN-SPAM Act, GDPR and applicable state law laws and regulations. Must have business-oriented professional with strong analytic skills, and the ability to suggest practical and innovative solutions around legal issues in support of strategic business initiatives and objectives. Experience with online, mobile and digital technology issues is required. Experience in other relevant consumer financial services laws such as UDAAP, fair lending, TILA, SCRA and MLA is a plus.
 
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Division Counsel, Global Healthcare Compliance
Refer job# NRVA139805
 
Division Counsel, Global Healthcare Compliance The candidate role is a senior-level manager within company s global legal organization and reports to the Divisional Vice President and Associate General Counsel, Legal Regulatory and Compliance. Responsible for providing advice and counseling on global healthcare compliance legal issues, serving as a hub of subject-matter expertise within company s matrixed Legal organization by: Providing deep-dive analysis of healthcare compliance/anti-corruption issues for clients in the Legal division, company s Office of Ethics and Compliance and other corporate functions (including Government Affairs), and company businesses; Helping ensure appropriately consistent approaches to healthcare compliance/anti-corruption issues across company businesses and geographies; Engaging externally to support advocacy efforts relating to business priorities. U.S. federal and state fraud and abuse laws (including the Anti-Kickback Statute, the False Claims Act, the Beneficiary Inducement Law, physician self-referral laws), regulations, guidance documents (including OIG Advisory Opinions), and legal issues relating to industry/trade group codes. Laws and regulations relating to billing for the provision of healthcare services, including U.S. federal healthcare programs. U.S. laws and regulations relating to distribution of healthcare products (including wholesaler or distributor requirements). Global anti-corruption and anti-bribery laws (e.g., Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, UK Bribery Act). Global transparency laws (e.g., U.S. and French Sunshine laws) and relevant industry codes. U.S. laws and regulations relating to operations, billing and reimbursement for the provision of healthcare services and products (e.g., Social Security Act, Medicare and Medicaid regulations, CMS coverage decisions, Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments). Manage a small team of lawyers and support professionals, including lawyers with responsibility for providing advice and counseling on U.S. trade sanctions laws and regulations (e.g., Office of Foreign Assets Control regulations and related Executive Orders), environmental health and safety and real estate, and the Conflict Minerals Rule..

The candidate should have Bachelor's degree. Juris Doctor degree is required. Must have 10+ years substantive experience in relevant field(s). Should have experience acting as in-house counsel for life sciences or medical technology company. Experience at top-tier law firm is preferred. Other relevant work experience including government or industry association is desired.
 
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Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Wholesale Lending Services, Commercial Banking - VP
Refer job# YXIP139788
 
Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Wholesale Lending Services, Commercial Banking - VP The candidate will be responsible for: Partnering with Risk, Control and Compliance colleagues regarding operational and regulatory risk and control issues; Identifying and mitigating risks (legal, reputational and other); Participating on cross line of business projects on a variety of subjects; Undertaking a review of existing WLS procedures and instituting an ongoing sustainable review process for such procedures. Counseling WLS staff on documenting, booking and servicing of loans and on forms, policies, procedures and job aids. Providing legal interpretations of federal and state regulations and their applicability to WLS. Preparing and updating standard forms and procedures. Coordinating appropriate legal training for the WLS businesses. Coordinating with the legal contacts in the other LOBs that WLS supports. Attending and participating in various standing WLS meetings. Should have JD Degree with 5+ years of relevant legal experience in commercial or real estate lending at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank or other financial services company. Must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including those of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment.
 
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Associate Staff Attorney-insurance Defense
Refer job# DZVC139795
 
Associate Staff Attorney - Insurance Defense The candidate will be part of a team responsible for providing top quality representation to the company and its insureds in litigated matters. Will provide legal support to litigation attorneys and be accountable for performing assigned tasks, including: property damage and medical record review; drafting pleadings, motions, and discovery; conducting depositions; appearing in court; conducting legal research; and assisting with trial, arbitration and mediation. Should have a J.D. degree from accredited law school and license to practice in the state of Illinois. Must have 1-4 years of experience, preferably within the insurance defense industry dealing with automobile, general liability, and subrogation matters.
 
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Associate General Counsel-Commercial Litigation
Refer job# FQQU139762
 
Associate General Counsel-Commercial Litigation The candidate will responsible for the management and support of the complex commercial litigation docket. Active management of outside counsel and outside counsel spend with respect to a significant portfolio of litigated matters arising out of all facets of company operations. Responsible for setting case strategy, analyzing financial and other risks associated with individual matters as well as overall litigation docket, developing trial plans for cases going to trial, controlling costs, developing discovery plan, reviewing discovery, reviewing and editing briefs and other pleadings and making recommendations regarding strategic approaches to overall litigation docket, trial strategy, and whether matters should be settled or tried. Management and optimization of litigation budget for overall docket and individual cases. Advising management on status of litigation, trial results and reporting on defense costs/indemnity payments. Significant interaction with General Counsel and senior management. Advising the businesses on operational issues as well as litigation matters and how business can mitigate risk with respect to active or past litigation. Assisting in witness preparation for deposition and trial. Review and drafting of discovery responses in collaboration with outside counsel. Daily interface with multiple outside law firms and business units within Sears. Must have Juris Doctorate degree with 10+ years of relevant experience. Should have substantial experience in managing complex, multimillion dollar commercial litigation matters and preparing those matters for trial. Experience as a first or second chair trial lawyer in commercial litigation matters is desired. Effective verbal and written communication skills are critical. In-house experience in a consumer branded business is a plus.
 
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Counsel IV - Equipment Finance
Refer job# KBQU139765
 
Counsel IV - Equipment Finance The candidate will become a member of the Legal department providing support to the Equipment Finance lines of business which provide equipment leasing and equipment secured lending products across the United States and internationally. Transactions involve all types of equipment, including transportation equipment (aircraft, rail, marine, motor vehicles and trailers), medical equipment, construction equipment and office equipment. Specific responsibilities will include: negotiating and drafting lease and loan documents; supporting the capital markets and syndications teams in the acquisition and sale of transactions with other financial institutions; negotiating and drafting vendor programs; review and providing advice on a wide range of equipment finance transactions; providing general transactional advice for secured lending, transactions working with documentation, credit, sales team members; assisting with regulatory compliance requirements and management of legal and operational risk; and drafting and updating transactional document templates.

The candidate must have active State Bar membership with 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney OR 6+ years of experience as a practicing attorney and 2+ years of experience in one or a combination of the following areas: risk, compliance, contracts, government/regulatory, financial services, or technology. Extensive knowledge and understanding of research, counsel, and guidance on complex legal questions or inquiries is preferred. Knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to secured lenders and lessors, including those related to Fair Credit, Reg B, Flood, FACTA, Service Member Relief, qualified financial contracts and state licensing requirements is desired. Experience addressing operational risk issues and drafting procedures related thereto is an asset. Substantive experience handling equipment finance (leasing and loan) transactions is a plus. Application Deadline: July 10, 2018.
 
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Counsel III - Equipment Finance
Refer job# YZHT139770
 
Counsel III - Equipment Finance The candidate will become a member of the firm's Legal Department providing support to the Equipment Finance lines of business which provide equipment leasing and equipment secured lending products across the United States and internationally. Transactions involve all types of equipment, including, without limitation, transportation equipment (aircraft, rail, marine, motor vehicles and trailers), medical equipment, construction equipment and office equipment. Specific responsibilities will include: assisting the equipment finance businesses with regulatory compliance requirements and management of legal and operational risk; working with Manager to ensure compliance and develop procedures and policies for line of business; reviewing and providing advice on a wide range of equipment finance transactions; providing general transactional advice for secured lending, transactions working with documentation, credit, sales team members; drafting and updating transactional document templates; negotiating and drafting lease and loan documents; supporting the capital markets and syndications teams in the acquisition and sale of transactions with other financial institutions; and negotiating and drafting vendor programs.

The candidate must have 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney with active State Bar membership. Ability to analyze legal issues in substantive law in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters is desired. Extensive knowledge and understanding of research, counsel, and guidance on complex legal questions or inquiries is desired. Knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to secured lenders and lessors, including those related to Fair Credit, Reg B, Flood, FACTA, Service Member Relief, qualified financial contracts and state licensing requirements is an asset. Experience addressing operational risk issues and drafting procedures related thereto is a plus. Substantive experience handling equipment finance (leasing and loan) transactions is ideal. Application Deadline: July 10, 2018.
 
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