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Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate Securities

Chicago IL Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate Securities Duties: Provide legal and strategic counsel on a wide range of issues to various internal teams. Protect the brand and reputation of the company by acting as a primary point of contact for legal counsel and securities advice. Act as subject matter expert and guide leadership to assist the company in meeting its requirements under U.S. Securities laws in addition to listing requirements on the ASX and reporting requirements under Irish Company Law. Assist in matters of corporate governance and certain transactional matters such as merger and acquisition transactions, transactions involving the company's debt facilities and commercial agreements involving the company's banking, advisory and securities listing and management arrangements. Advise on the listing and disclosure requirements of the ASX and Irish company law. Counsel leader on SEC rules and regulations, quarterly and annual SEC filings, proxies, disclosure obligations, public offerings, underwriting and other securities law matters. Provide advice and counsel relative to Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, including independence of auditors and other governance concerns under the rules of the NYSE and SEC regulations. Maintain oversight to the preparation of ASX and SEC documents and filings as well as Board of Directors and internal governance materials. Advise leadership on corporate governance issues. Support investor relations, including reviewing management presentations to investors. Negotiate and manage merger and acquisition transactions, including due diligence and drafting agreements, and a variety of commercial agreements including debt facilities and agreements involving banking, advisory and securities listing and management arrangements. Provide counsel on matters relating to corporate communications, including reviewing communications to employees and investors. Provide counsel to leader on international securities registration issues, including the principles governing a listing on the ASX. Manage relationships with ASIC and the Irish Takeover Panel. Draft contracts and agreements in any legal space and support leaders with other necessary documentation. Remain current on industry developments and educate leadership regarding relevant regulations as well as rules and filing requirements impacting the company. Monitor, review and partner with colleagues globally on key regulatory issues and trends in the securities space. Provide support to the Corporate Secretary, e.g., preparation for and conduct of board and stockholder meetings and the preparation of appropriate minutes and resolutions.

Qualifications: JD Degree with excellent academic credentials from a respected law school. Licensed to practice law in one of the 50 states; ability to waive into Illinois bar. 8+ years of experience of professional legal experience at a large law firm or at a large, public, global corporation required. Minimum five years of corporate securities and corporate governance experience, including counseling business leaders on SEC rules and regulations, corporate governance issues and SOX.. . Desired Skills. Personal and professional integrity required. Superior intellect, with the ability to think critically and make clear and well-reasoned decisions. Strong business sense with ability to identify understand issues, problems, and opportunities and effectively chose a course of action or develop appropriate solutions. Confident team player who is comfortable in a fast-paced environment where one's recommendations may be challenged by highly intelligent and knowledgeable colleagues. Someone down to earth who is motivated by the opportunity to become fully integrated with the business. Appreciative of partnerships across the globe who is comfortable working with colleagues from different cultures and has an appreciation of cultural difference. Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships over large geographic and time differences. Able to find creative solutions to complex legal problems while maintaining the Company's legal and ethical responsibilities. Operates with the highest level of integrity and elevates issues to senior management when needed. Communicates in a clear, concise, understandable manner, both orally and in writing; ability to convey complex legal issues in a manner useful to management. Ability to influence and gain commitment across different interpersonal styles. Has a high level of energy, enthusiasm and motivation, along with the skills to help make the company successful.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Corporate Counsel

Oak Brook IL Corporate Counsel Duties: Reviewing, drafting, and negotiating a broad range of commercial agreements. Advising clients regarding compliance with state and federal legal requirements impacting the business. Advising clients on warranty matters. Handling a variety of other tasks as a legal advisor and business partner.

Qualifications: J.D. from an accredited law school. Licensed and in good standing with a State Bar. Experience working in a corporate law firm or in-house environment. Strong oral and written communication skills. Proven negotiation and analytical skills. Strong contract drafting skills with keen attention to detail. Ability to interact confidently, persuasively, and diplomatically with all levels of the organization.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Senior Corporate Counsel

Lake Zurich IL Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide sound, practical and proactive legal advice to human resources and management on all aspects of employment law, including performance management, discrimination and harassment prevention and workplace investigations, diversity, equity & inclusion initiatives, COVID-19 protocols, leaves of absence and accommodations, wage and hour issues, contingent workers, compensation, pay equity, terminations and restructuring. Work with Human Resources to create and maintain appropriate policies, procedures and best practices for our global workforce. Prepare and conduct training for human resources and management. Remain current on legal decisions, statutory changes and other developments and provide advice and training. Draft employment, separation and other agreements and forms. Handle potential litigation, and administrative charges, and manage employment litigation matters. Help with complex and sensitive projects, as assigned. Conduct and manage internal and external investigations. Assist and/or act as primary contact with select commercial agreements and other matters. Assist with the Company's record management program. Take overall responsibility and accountability for the prevention of work-related injuries and ill health, as well as the provision of safe and healthy workplaces. Ensure that the Health, Safety, Environment, Energy and Quality Management System policies and related objectives are established and are compatible with the strategic direction of the organization

Qualifications: J.D. degree from an accredited law school and licensed, or eligible for license to practice, in the State of Illinois. Should have 10 years, and 15 years preferred, of relevant legal experience, ideally including experience in the pharmaceutical or related health care industry. Demonstrated knowledge of labor and employment law. Strong drafting, negotiation, and communication skills.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-29

Senior Counsel (otc Equity Derivatives/securities)

Chicago IL Senior Counsel (OTC Equity Derivatives/Securities) Responsibilities: Makes recommendations to senior leaders on strategy and new initiatives, based on an in-depth understanding of the business/group. Drafts and negotiates securities-based equity derivative documentation including confirmations, collateral agreements, subscription agreements and ancillary documentation Participates in the design of legal advice strategies and approaches for capital markets activities and making recommendations to minimize legal issues, create efficiencies and contribute to growth. Acts as the prime subject matter expert for internal/external stakeholders. Identifies, exercises judgment and resolves complex, confidential and sensitive matters Delivers legal advice, instructs external counsel and ensures compliance with internal policies & procedures. Acts as a subject matter expert on relevant laws, regulations and policies. Resolves daily issues and/or escalates with appropriate analysis and/or recommendations. Implements areas of improvement to ensure consistency with marketplace. Operates at an enterprise-wide level and serves as a specialist resource to senior leaders and stakeholders including sales and trading, tax, corporate banking and cross-business risk. Applies expertise and thinks creatively to address unique or ambiguous situations, identify risks and mitigates, and find solutions to problems that can be complex and non-routine. Implements changes in response to shifting trends. Broader work or accountabilities may be assigned as needed.

Qualifications: Typically, 7 years of legal practice or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Legal practice expertise in OTC equity derivatives and securities law Degree in law (LLB or JD Degree) and license to practice law in relevant jurisdiction. Private practice, in-house experience or experience at regulatory body relating to the regulation of and documentation for business/group activities. Knowledge in legal field, typically with a functional or business line specialization. Knowledge of business and regulatory environment in which Group operates. Strong organizational skills and ability to prioritize wide variety of matters simultaneously. Negotiation skills - in depth. Seasoned professional with a combination of education, experience and industry knowledge. Verbal & written communication skills - In-depth / Expert. Analytical and problem solving skills - In-depth / Expert. Influence skills - In-depth / Expert. Negotiation skills - In-depth / Expert. Collaboration & team skills; with a focus on cross-group collaboration - In-depth / Expert. Results-oriented, driven and self-motivated with a commitment to excellence.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-27

Attorney Editor/content Manager Corporate And M&a

Chicago IL Attorney Editor/Content Manager Corporate and M&A Duties: Draft and maintain authoritative, accurate, up-to-date, market-leading, polished practical insights. Engage authors in the practice area, and manage editorial requirements and author relationships. Speak with and understand customers to create better solutions, products, and services that align with business strategy. Stay current with innovations in the legal industry, practice area trends, and the legal marketplace; and think creatively about tools and solutions to evolve the product. Participate in team initiatives and projects; support managers and other business partners to drive success.

Qualifications: J.D. (or LL.M. with excellent English writing skills) from U.S. law school. Should have 5 years of relevant legal practice experience. Subject matter expertise in mergers and acquisitions transactions and related practice areas. Superior writing and analytical skills, with experience in drafting client newsletters/alerts, law journal articles, practical guidance, CLE presentations, or other legal writing a plus. Proficiency in all Microsoft Office applications, as well as Lexis.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-25

Associate General Counsel - Regulatory And Compliance

Chicago IL Associate General Counsel - Regulatory and Compliance The candidate will provide support and guidance on arrangements with healthcare providers that implicate healthcare fraud and abuse regulations. Provide research, draft materials, and answer questions related to regulatory and compliance matters. Provided support and guidance - and ultimately led to compliance committees including those on Anti-kickback and billing and HIPAA compliance. Monitor, update, document, and enhance legal operations tools and resources for clients in the area of compliance billing. Draft, revise and implement policies and procedures and help support a knowledge management platform. Provide support and assistance on training including recorded video podcasts as well as written materials and graphic guides. Provide support on reviewing contracts as needed. Provide support on regulatory corporate matters including filings, inter-company agreements, and policies. Develop innovative ways to communicate effectively with the organization to achieve compliance goals. Support other legal projects and initiatives including contracts and transactions as necessary or applicable. Conduct internal investigations and document appropriately when needed. Support efforts for value creation by the legal department. Support and enhance legal department analytics and reporting capabilities. Should have high emotional intelligence, the ability to forge meaningful relationships, and can successfully navigate diverse stakeholder groups. Should have 8+ years of experience. Illinois bar admission is required. A willingness to learn and take initiative with very little direction. A bias for action and pragmatic solutions are needed. The ability and willingness to drive collaboration across the team and a commitment to transparency on open matters, next steps, and performance measurement. High emotional intelligence including the ability to develop substantial relationships and successfully navigate diverse partner groups. Shown experience performing under pressure in an extremely fast-paced and constantly evolving environment with a strong sense of urgency and attention to detail. A low ego and humility. An ability to gain trust through strong communication and doing. Should be highly collaborative, yet skilled at influencing others to achieve results. Experience performing under pressure with a strong sense of urgency, attention to detail, and a commitment to doing what say will do. Should be solution-oriented and have a passion for being hands-on in problem-solving and execution. Should be self-starting and maintain a high sense of urgency and accountability in delivering measurable results in line with agreed-upon timeframes. Should be highly organized with excellent attention to detail. Should have demonstrated interest and experience in practicing health law and should possess strong self-starter credentials with excellent writing, communication, and client-relations skills. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-24

Associate General Counsel and Global Compliance Director

Rosemont IL Associate General Counsel and Global Compliance Director Responsibilities: Designs, maintains and enhances compliance program with ongoing projects and initiatives. Quickly becomes knowledgeable about our products, the people and organizations that we serve and the local communities of which we are a part, and works collaboratively with other Regal Rexnord functions to effectively identify and mitigate enterprise risk. Designing and continuously improving compliance program to reflect the laws, regulations and enterprise risk that currently impacts the company. Ensures that all key ethics and compliance policies are maintained on a regular cadence and establishes effective controls for monitoring policy compliance. Develops and delivers compliance training and communications across legal risk areas. Effectively uses data and reporting tools to track compliance program quality and engages with internal and external assessment functions to examine the sufficiency of our compliance program design and operationalization. Response and Enhancements with urgency, drives remediation efforts identified through data/reporting and program assessment. Supports business leaders and compliance champions within our global operating segments and regions. Collaborates with other legal team members, as well as outside counsel and other service providers. Works closely with Environmental, Health and Safety, Global Trade Compliance, Corporate Internal Audit, Human Resources, and other corporate functions. Together with other legal team members, provides legal advice and support in furtherance of Regal Rexnord's environmental and social initiatives. Oversees and manages the Regal Rexnord Integrity Line and, in conjunction, reviews and investigates various submissions to the Integrity Line, reports on results and trends, and drives actions, both proactively and in response, to improve the system and messaging to continuously reinforce behaviors consistent with our values. Provides practical, actionable legal analysis and advice to enhance our business's ability to produce and market its products and other offerings. Obtains and oversees legal and related services from law firms and other providers and manages costs consistent with Regal Rexnord's and our legal team's budget objectives.

Qualifications: JD degree from accredited US law school and current state Bar membership in good standing. Should have 7 years of experience counseling business clients in corporate compliance subjects, including experience handling ethics and compliance challenges and investigating integrity concerns. Experience establishing disciplined processes and driving continuous improvement and performance. Advanced communication skills and ability to understand, interpret and appropriately convey business, legal and compliance information to others. Proven ability to lead global compliance function of a public company. Well-developed skills in the use of personal computing technology including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint as well as legal billing and compliance-related software tools. Desired Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in business or technical field. Experience in related practice areas and concepts such as environmental law, sustainability, social accountability, SEC compliance, employment, and labor, etc. International experience. International experience. Mix of law firm and in-house experience. Business training or exposure to working with financial statements. Exposure to manufacturing and global industrial businesses.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-24

VP, Assistant General Counsel - Business Banking Lending

Chicago IL VP, Assistant General Counsel - Business Banking Lending Responsibilities: Support commercial lending transactions, including negotiating and drafting loan documents and modifications to standard loan documents and advising loan closers, customer-facing bankers, underwriters, and risk officers. Knowledge of Article 9 and real estate secured transactions is required. Advise the business on collections. Experience negotiating and documenting commercial loan workouts is a plus. Advise the business with respect to retail operations issues, including wire transfers, ACH, and fraud matters. Advise the business with respect to new products, marketing, and regulatory issues impacting financial institutions operating in a multi-state environment. Partner with lawyers across the legal department to support and help drive Business Banking and cross-LOB projects and initiatives. Support the business, and partner with Compliance colleagues, regarding all laws and regulations governing the business.

Qualifications: 8+ years of experience advising financial institutions with respect to commercial loan transactions, including experience negotiating and drafting commercial loan documents. 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. Excellent oral and written communication, management, interpersonal and organizational skills and a proven record of successfully handling multiple responsibilities and delegating and supervising tasks in a fast-paced, high profile, and rapidly evolving environment. Experience with the Uniform Commercial Code, real estate secured transactions, deposit accounts, collections, negotiable instrument laws, payment systems, and wire transfer laws. Demonstrated leadership, problem-solving, and project management skills, judgment, and character.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-23

VP, Assistant General Counsel - Business Banking Lending

Chicago IL VP, Assistant General Counsel - Business Banking Lending Responsibilities: Support commercial lending transactions, including negotiating and drafting loan documents and modifications to standard loan documents and advising loan closers, customer-facing bankers, underwriters, and risk officers. Knowledge of Article 9 and real estate secured transactions is required. Advise the business on collections. Experience negotiating and documenting commercial loan workouts is a plus. Advise the business with respect to retail operations issues, including wire transfers, ACH, and fraud matters. Advise the business with respect to new products, marketing, and regulatory issues impacting financial institutions operating in a multi-state environment. Partner with lawyers across the legal department to support and help drive Business Banking and cross-LOB projects and initiatives. Support the business, and partner with Compliance colleagues, regarding all laws and regulations governing the business.

Qualifications: 8+ years of experience advising financial institutions with respect to commercial loan transactions, including experience negotiating and drafting commercial loan documents. 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. Excellent oral and written communication, management, interpersonal and organizational skills and a proven record of successfully handling multiple responsibilities and delegating and supervising tasks in a fast-paced, high profile, and rapidly evolving environment. Experience with the Uniform Commercial Code, real estate secured transactions, deposit accounts, collections, negotiable instrument laws, payment systems, and wire transfer laws. Demonstrated leadership, problem-solving, and project management skills, judgment, and character.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-23

Lead Counsel, Global Privacy Compliance

Chicago IL Lead Counsel, Global Privacy Compliance Responsibilities: Manage Legal's support of key aspects of the privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure we meet the obligations under those programs and applicable regulatory frameworks. Develop and maintain subject matter expertise in new areas of global data use and protection laws, advise about the impact of the same on's business, and drive strategies to facilitate compliance. Provide legal advice and day-to-day support to the Privacy Organization. Investigate and advise on potential privacy issues related to corporate governance and external reporting. Analyze global privacy legal requirements and oversee the design and implementation of privacy controls as part of the Privacy Program. Coordinate with globally-distributed legal compliance groups to ensure integration of the Privacy Program on a global scale. Provide focused and pragmatic legal advice on Privacy Program controls testing and management of privacy compliance. Support members of the legal, business, and policy teams on privacy-related legal matters, including in areas related to partnerships, integrations, and other business development opportunities. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across 's business including policy, legal, communications, security, and other departments.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience with compliance, regulatory, or product counseling. Demonstrated expertise in privacy and data issues arising in one or more private areas such as HR, security, advertising, B2B products, third party management, or privacy program implementation/management. Preferred Qualifications: Experience using business judgment and with client counseling. Experience with global privacy laws, compliance, regulations, and industry guidelines, including those relevant for social media and internet companies, and experience working with international teams.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-06-23
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Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate Securities
Refer job# DJJW168977
 
Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate Securities Duties: Provide legal and strategic counsel on a wide range of issues to various internal teams. Protect the brand and reputation of the company by acting as a primary point of contact for legal counsel and securities advice. Act as subject matter expert and guide leadership to assist the company in meeting its requirements under U.S. Securities laws in addition to listing requirements on the ASX and reporting requirements under Irish Company Law. Assist in matters of corporate governance and certain transactional matters such as merger and acquisition transactions, transactions involving the company's debt facilities and commercial agreements involving the company's banking, advisory and securities listing and management arrangements. Advise on the listing and disclosure requirements of the ASX and Irish company law. Counsel leader on SEC rules and regulations, quarterly and annual SEC filings, proxies, disclosure obligations, public offerings, underwriting and other securities law matters. Provide advice and counsel relative to Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, including independence of auditors and other governance concerns under the rules of the NYSE and SEC regulations. Maintain oversight to the preparation of ASX and SEC documents and filings as well as Board of Directors and internal governance materials. Advise leadership on corporate governance issues. Support investor relations, including reviewing management presentations to investors. Negotiate and manage merger and acquisition transactions, including due diligence and drafting agreements, and a variety of commercial agreements including debt facilities and agreements involving banking, advisory and securities listing and management arrangements. Provide counsel on matters relating to corporate communications, including reviewing communications to employees and investors. Provide counsel to leader on international securities registration issues, including the principles governing a listing on the ASX. Manage relationships with ASIC and the Irish Takeover Panel. Draft contracts and agreements in any legal space and support leaders with other necessary documentation. Remain current on industry developments and educate leadership regarding relevant regulations as well as rules and filing requirements impacting the company. Monitor, review and partner with colleagues globally on key regulatory issues and trends in the securities space. Provide support to the Corporate Secretary, e.g., preparation for and conduct of board and stockholder meetings and the preparation of appropriate minutes and resolutions.

Qualifications: JD Degree with excellent academic credentials from a respected law school. Licensed to practice law in one of the 50 states; ability to waive into Illinois bar. 8+ years of experience of professional legal experience at a large law firm or at a large, public, global corporation required. Minimum five years of corporate securities and corporate governance experience, including counseling business leaders on SEC rules and regulations, corporate governance issues and SOX.. . Desired Skills. Personal and professional integrity required. Superior intellect, with the ability to think critically and make clear and well-reasoned decisions. Strong business sense with ability to identify understand issues, problems, and opportunities and effectively chose a course of action or develop appropriate solutions. Confident team player who is comfortable in a fast-paced environment where one's recommendations may be challenged by highly intelligent and knowledgeable colleagues. Someone down to earth who is motivated by the opportunity to become fully integrated with the business. Appreciative of partnerships across the globe who is comfortable working with colleagues from different cultures and has an appreciation of cultural difference. Ability to develop and maintain effective relationships over large geographic and time differences. Able to find creative solutions to complex legal problems while maintaining the Company's legal and ethical responsibilities. Operates with the highest level of integrity and elevates issues to senior management when needed. Communicates in a clear, concise, understandable manner, both orally and in writing; ability to convey complex legal issues in a manner useful to management. Ability to influence and gain commitment across different interpersonal styles. Has a high level of energy, enthusiasm and motivation, along with the skills to help make the company successful.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KQWC168986
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Reviewing, drafting, and negotiating a broad range of commercial agreements. Advising clients regarding compliance with state and federal legal requirements impacting the business. Advising clients on warranty matters. Handling a variety of other tasks as a legal advisor and business partner.

Qualifications: J.D. from an accredited law school. Licensed and in good standing with a State Bar. Experience working in a corporate law firm or in-house environment. Strong oral and written communication skills. Proven negotiation and analytical skills. Strong contract drafting skills with keen attention to detail. Ability to interact confidently, persuasively, and diplomatically with all levels of the organization.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# RPVT168987
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide sound, practical and proactive legal advice to human resources and management on all aspects of employment law, including performance management, discrimination and harassment prevention and workplace investigations, diversity, equity & inclusion initiatives, COVID-19 protocols, leaves of absence and accommodations, wage and hour issues, contingent workers, compensation, pay equity, terminations and restructuring. Work with Human Resources to create and maintain appropriate policies, procedures and best practices for our global workforce. Prepare and conduct training for human resources and management. Remain current on legal decisions, statutory changes and other developments and provide advice and training. Draft employment, separation and other agreements and forms. Handle potential litigation, and administrative charges, and manage employment litigation matters. Help with complex and sensitive projects, as assigned. Conduct and manage internal and external investigations. Assist and/or act as primary contact with select commercial agreements and other matters. Assist with the Company's record management program. Take overall responsibility and accountability for the prevention of work-related injuries and ill health, as well as the provision of safe and healthy workplaces. Ensure that the Health, Safety, Environment, Energy and Quality Management System policies and related objectives are established and are compatible with the strategic direction of the organization

Qualifications: J.D. degree from an accredited law school and licensed, or eligible for license to practice, in the State of Illinois. Should have 10 years, and 15 years preferred, of relevant legal experience, ideally including experience in the pharmaceutical or related health care industry. Demonstrated knowledge of labor and employment law. Strong drafting, negotiation, and communication skills.
 
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Senior Counsel (otc Equity Derivatives/securities)
Refer job# QKVL168949
 
Senior Counsel (OTC Equity Derivatives/Securities) Responsibilities: Makes recommendations to senior leaders on strategy and new initiatives, based on an in-depth understanding of the business/group. Drafts and negotiates securities-based equity derivative documentation including confirmations, collateral agreements, subscription agreements and ancillary documentation Participates in the design of legal advice strategies and approaches for capital markets activities and making recommendations to minimize legal issues, create efficiencies and contribute to growth. Acts as the prime subject matter expert for internal/external stakeholders. Identifies, exercises judgment and resolves complex, confidential and sensitive matters Delivers legal advice, instructs external counsel and ensures compliance with internal policies & procedures. Acts as a subject matter expert on relevant laws, regulations and policies. Resolves daily issues and/or escalates with appropriate analysis and/or recommendations. Implements areas of improvement to ensure consistency with marketplace. Operates at an enterprise-wide level and serves as a specialist resource to senior leaders and stakeholders including sales and trading, tax, corporate banking and cross-business risk. Applies expertise and thinks creatively to address unique or ambiguous situations, identify risks and mitigates, and find solutions to problems that can be complex and non-routine. Implements changes in response to shifting trends. Broader work or accountabilities may be assigned as needed.

Qualifications: Typically, 7 years of legal practice or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Legal practice expertise in OTC equity derivatives and securities law Degree in law (LLB or JD Degree) and license to practice law in relevant jurisdiction. Private practice, in-house experience or experience at regulatory body relating to the regulation of and documentation for business/group activities. Knowledge in legal field, typically with a functional or business line specialization. Knowledge of business and regulatory environment in which Group operates. Strong organizational skills and ability to prioritize wide variety of matters simultaneously. Negotiation skills - in depth. Seasoned professional with a combination of education, experience and industry knowledge. Verbal & written communication skills - In-depth / Expert. Analytical and problem solving skills - In-depth / Expert. Influence skills - In-depth / Expert. Negotiation skills - In-depth / Expert. Collaboration & team skills; with a focus on cross-group collaboration - In-depth / Expert. Results-oriented, driven and self-motivated with a commitment to excellence.
 
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Attorney Editor/content Manager Corporate And M&a
Refer job# BTIX168942
 
Attorney Editor/Content Manager Corporate and M&A Duties: Draft and maintain authoritative, accurate, up-to-date, market-leading, polished practical insights. Engage authors in the practice area, and manage editorial requirements and author relationships. Speak with and understand customers to create better solutions, products, and services that align with business strategy. Stay current with innovations in the legal industry, practice area trends, and the legal marketplace; and think creatively about tools and solutions to evolve the product. Participate in team initiatives and projects; support managers and other business partners to drive success.

Qualifications: J.D. (or LL.M. with excellent English writing skills) from U.S. law school. Should have 5 years of relevant legal practice experience. Subject matter expertise in mergers and acquisitions transactions and related practice areas. Superior writing and analytical skills, with experience in drafting client newsletters/alerts, law journal articles, practical guidance, CLE presentations, or other legal writing a plus. Proficiency in all Microsoft Office applications, as well as Lexis.
 
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Associate General Counsel - Regulatory And Compliance
Refer job# GICH168875
 
Associate General Counsel - Regulatory and Compliance The candidate will provide support and guidance on arrangements with healthcare providers that implicate healthcare fraud and abuse regulations. Provide research, draft materials, and answer questions related to regulatory and compliance matters. Provided support and guidance - and ultimately led to compliance committees including those on Anti-kickback and billing and HIPAA compliance. Monitor, update, document, and enhance legal operations tools and resources for clients in the area of compliance billing. Draft, revise and implement policies and procedures and help support a knowledge management platform. Provide support and assistance on training including recorded video podcasts as well as written materials and graphic guides. Provide support on reviewing contracts as needed. Provide support on regulatory corporate matters including filings, inter-company agreements, and policies. Develop innovative ways to communicate effectively with the organization to achieve compliance goals. Support other legal projects and initiatives including contracts and transactions as necessary or applicable. Conduct internal investigations and document appropriately when needed. Support efforts for value creation by the legal department. Support and enhance legal department analytics and reporting capabilities. Should have high emotional intelligence, the ability to forge meaningful relationships, and can successfully navigate diverse stakeholder groups. Should have 8+ years of experience. Illinois bar admission is required. A willingness to learn and take initiative with very little direction. A bias for action and pragmatic solutions are needed. The ability and willingness to drive collaboration across the team and a commitment to transparency on open matters, next steps, and performance measurement. High emotional intelligence including the ability to develop substantial relationships and successfully navigate diverse partner groups. Shown experience performing under pressure in an extremely fast-paced and constantly evolving environment with a strong sense of urgency and attention to detail. A low ego and humility. An ability to gain trust through strong communication and doing. Should be highly collaborative, yet skilled at influencing others to achieve results. Experience performing under pressure with a strong sense of urgency, attention to detail, and a commitment to doing what say will do. Should be solution-oriented and have a passion for being hands-on in problem-solving and execution. Should be self-starting and maintain a high sense of urgency and accountability in delivering measurable results in line with agreed-upon timeframes. Should be highly organized with excellent attention to detail. Should have demonstrated interest and experience in practicing health law and should possess strong self-starter credentials with excellent writing, communication, and client-relations skills.
 
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Associate General Counsel and Global Compliance Director
Refer job# DIQX168881
 
Associate General Counsel and Global Compliance Director Responsibilities: Designs, maintains and enhances compliance program with ongoing projects and initiatives. Quickly becomes knowledgeable about our products, the people and organizations that we serve and the local communities of which we are a part, and works collaboratively with other Regal Rexnord functions to effectively identify and mitigate enterprise risk. Designing and continuously improving compliance program to reflect the laws, regulations and enterprise risk that currently impacts the company. Ensures that all key ethics and compliance policies are maintained on a regular cadence and establishes effective controls for monitoring policy compliance. Develops and delivers compliance training and communications across legal risk areas. Effectively uses data and reporting tools to track compliance program quality and engages with internal and external assessment functions to examine the sufficiency of our compliance program design and operationalization. Response and Enhancements with urgency, drives remediation efforts identified through data/reporting and program assessment. Supports business leaders and compliance champions within our global operating segments and regions. Collaborates with other legal team members, as well as outside counsel and other service providers. Works closely with Environmental, Health and Safety, Global Trade Compliance, Corporate Internal Audit, Human Resources, and other corporate functions. Together with other legal team members, provides legal advice and support in furtherance of Regal Rexnord's environmental and social initiatives. Oversees and manages the Regal Rexnord Integrity Line and, in conjunction, reviews and investigates various submissions to the Integrity Line, reports on results and trends, and drives actions, both proactively and in response, to improve the system and messaging to continuously reinforce behaviors consistent with our values. Provides practical, actionable legal analysis and advice to enhance our business's ability to produce and market its products and other offerings. Obtains and oversees legal and related services from law firms and other providers and manages costs consistent with Regal Rexnord's and our legal team's budget objectives.

Qualifications: JD degree from accredited US law school and current state Bar membership in good standing. Should have 7 years of experience counseling business clients in corporate compliance subjects, including experience handling ethics and compliance challenges and investigating integrity concerns. Experience establishing disciplined processes and driving continuous improvement and performance. Advanced communication skills and ability to understand, interpret and appropriately convey business, legal and compliance information to others. Proven ability to lead global compliance function of a public company. Well-developed skills in the use of personal computing technology including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint as well as legal billing and compliance-related software tools. Desired Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in business or technical field. Experience in related practice areas and concepts such as environmental law, sustainability, social accountability, SEC compliance, employment, and labor, etc. International experience. International experience. Mix of law firm and in-house experience. Business training or exposure to working with financial statements. Exposure to manufacturing and global industrial businesses.
 
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VP, Assistant General Counsel - Business Banking Lending
Refer job# ESEX168840
 
VP, Assistant General Counsel - Business Banking Lending Responsibilities: Support commercial lending transactions, including negotiating and drafting loan documents and modifications to standard loan documents and advising loan closers, customer-facing bankers, underwriters, and risk officers. Knowledge of Article 9 and real estate secured transactions is required. Advise the business on collections. Experience negotiating and documenting commercial loan workouts is a plus. Advise the business with respect to retail operations issues, including wire transfers, ACH, and fraud matters. Advise the business with respect to new products, marketing, and regulatory issues impacting financial institutions operating in a multi-state environment. Partner with lawyers across the legal department to support and help drive Business Banking and cross-LOB projects and initiatives. Support the business, and partner with Compliance colleagues, regarding all laws and regulations governing the business.

Qualifications: 8+ years of experience advising financial institutions with respect to commercial loan transactions, including experience negotiating and drafting commercial loan documents. 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. Excellent oral and written communication, management, interpersonal and organizational skills and a proven record of successfully handling multiple responsibilities and delegating and supervising tasks in a fast-paced, high profile, and rapidly evolving environment. Experience with the Uniform Commercial Code, real estate secured transactions, deposit accounts, collections, negotiable instrument laws, payment systems, and wire transfer laws. Demonstrated leadership, problem-solving, and project management skills, judgment, and character.
 
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VP, Assistant General Counsel - Business Banking Lending
Refer job# TYNH168842
 
VP, Assistant General Counsel - Business Banking Lending Responsibilities: Support commercial lending transactions, including negotiating and drafting loan documents and modifications to standard loan documents and advising loan closers, customer-facing bankers, underwriters, and risk officers. Knowledge of Article 9 and real estate secured transactions is required. Advise the business on collections. Experience negotiating and documenting commercial loan workouts is a plus. Advise the business with respect to retail operations issues, including wire transfers, ACH, and fraud matters. Advise the business with respect to new products, marketing, and regulatory issues impacting financial institutions operating in a multi-state environment. Partner with lawyers across the legal department to support and help drive Business Banking and cross-LOB projects and initiatives. Support the business, and partner with Compliance colleagues, regarding all laws and regulations governing the business.

Qualifications: 8+ years of experience advising financial institutions with respect to commercial loan transactions, including experience negotiating and drafting commercial loan documents. 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. Excellent oral and written communication, management, interpersonal and organizational skills and a proven record of successfully handling multiple responsibilities and delegating and supervising tasks in a fast-paced, high profile, and rapidly evolving environment. Experience with the Uniform Commercial Code, real estate secured transactions, deposit accounts, collections, negotiable instrument laws, payment systems, and wire transfer laws. Demonstrated leadership, problem-solving, and project management skills, judgment, and character.
 
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Lead Counsel, Global Privacy Compliance
Refer job# DRNI168847
 
Lead Counsel, Global Privacy Compliance Responsibilities: Manage Legal's support of key aspects of the privacy compliance programs and processes to ensure we meet the obligations under those programs and applicable regulatory frameworks. Develop and maintain subject matter expertise in new areas of global data use and protection laws, advise about the impact of the same on's business, and drive strategies to facilitate compliance. Provide legal advice and day-to-day support to the Privacy Organization. Investigate and advise on potential privacy issues related to corporate governance and external reporting. Analyze global privacy legal requirements and oversee the design and implementation of privacy controls as part of the Privacy Program. Coordinate with globally-distributed legal compliance groups to ensure integration of the Privacy Program on a global scale. Provide focused and pragmatic legal advice on Privacy Program controls testing and management of privacy compliance. Support members of the legal, business, and policy teams on privacy-related legal matters, including in areas related to partnerships, integrations, and other business development opportunities. Drive high-profile and high-impact projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across 's business including policy, legal, communications, security, and other departments.

Qualifications: J.D. Degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. 5+ years of legal experience, including at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Experience with compliance, regulatory, or product counseling. Demonstrated expertise in privacy and data issues arising in one or more private areas such as HR, security, advertising, B2B products, third party management, or privacy program implementation/management. Preferred Qualifications: Experience using business judgment and with client counseling. Experience with global privacy laws, compliance, regulations, and industry guidelines, including those relevant for social media and internet companies, and experience working with international teams.
 
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