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Senior Corporate Counsel, Product

Indianapolis IN Senior Corporate Counsel, Product The candidate will provide guidance to executives, engineers and product managers on issues related to new and existing services, products, and features throughout the entire product lifecycle. Will serve as a resident expert and resource on issues related to SaaS product lifecycle and data protection as these topics relate to Salesforce's non-profit platform, products, and services. Review and negotiate complex agreements with service providers and technology partners, as well as advise executive leadership and product management on such transactions. Provide strategic and timely client training on relevant issues. Build cross-functional relationships with business teams as well as other members of the legal department.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor Degree and admitted to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. Must have 8+ years of combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department, preferably in the technology industry, with significant transactional and product counseling experience. Must be familiar with key regulatory requirements in the SaaS space, including privacy and data protection issues. Substantive expertise in laws governing philanthropy organizations, non-profits, donations, and payment processing is required. Must have substantive expertise in privacy laws (GDPR, CCPA, E-Privacy). In-house experience at a technology company is preferred. Familiarity with COPPA is desired. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) is plus.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Counsel - Procurement/Real Estate/Construction

Indianapolis IN Counsel - Procurement/Real Estate/Construction Duties: Provides sophisticated, pragmatic, proactive legal advice to clients within Operations on all aspects of facilities, manufacturing and operations, with a heavy emphasis on drafting and negotiating both Direct and Indirect Procurement contracts as a U.S. govt. contractor, real estate agreements, construction agreements and safety, health and environmental (SHE) issues. Will support and report to the Head of HR/Labor and Employment and Operations and will be the primary attorney interfacing with the Operations business. Will create sophisticated and efficient process improvement initiatives for the Procurement and the Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) functions, will develop and conduct training, and will coordinate compliance activities for day-to-day work and counseling. Will also assist with HR/Labor and Employment matters, employee investigations and government agency charges/litigation. Provides a cross-business practice perspective or industry perspective to Law Department and business unit management based on prior experience. Contributes to Law Department policy and position-setting based on cross-functional expertise and exposure to multiple aspects of business. A seasoned professional with wide-ranging experience in the relevant areas (Procurement, Real Estate, Construction, Environmental, Employment, Litigation), business acumen, professionalism and sound judgment. Deals with diverse and often times complex and sensitive issues, where analysis may require discretion, collaboration and in-depth evaluation of many factors. Exercises judgment in evaluating methods and may determine criteria for obtaining solutions.. Networks with senior internal and external personnel in area of expertise as well as some key contacts outside area of expertise. Responsible for maintaining and continuously improving the quality system and achieving quality objectives through daily actions. Provide counseling on commercial and business law issues to all functional groups within or providing services to Roche Diagnostics Operations, including business unit management, Manufacturing, Facilities, Procurement, Security, IT, HR and Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE). Develop an in-depth working knowledge of the business unit s business models, priorities and risks and apply this knowledge in delivering legal advice. Provide counseling to HR on a variety of employment-related matters, including disability accommodations, leaves of absence, employment discrimination and harassment claims and charges, discipline and termination matters, reductions-in-force, wage and hour compliance, restrictive covenants, personnel policies and procedures. Balance risk and legal compliance requirements with the impact to the employee experience. Embody the Roche cultural beliefs and do what it takes to ensure that Roche is and continues to be a great place to work . Review and keep business unit management informed of legal developments. Work as a liaison between clients and subject matter expert attorneys to ensure effective mitigation of risk in specialized areas of law. Negotiate, draft and review Direct and Indirect Procurement Agreements and other legal documents required by the business unit. Work with global business area and affiliate attorneys as necessary to assist clients in achieving business goals.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school, licensed to practice law in one or more of the 50 states. 5+ years' experience practicing law at a large to medium sized law firm or within a corporate law or contracting department; practice must include business transactions and contracting. Experience representing a company in a similar industry or that has a highly matrixed structure, or experience representing multiple businesses within Roche Diagnostics. Willingness and ability to deliver a consistent message in the face of pressure or adversity. A demonstrated ability to establish and maintain open, candid and trusting work relationships. Preferred: Can-do attitude and highly collaborative, dynamic individual willing to take stretch assignments and meaningfully contribute in cross-functional/cross-affiliate teams. A demonstrated ability to collaborate and work as a member of a team, and to establish and maintain trusting work relationships. Excellent drafting skills with keen attention to detail. Strong organizational and negotiation skills. Ability to multi-task and multi-deadline a large variety of projects effectively, on time and in a cost-efficient manner. Excellent verbal/written English language communication skills with the ability to interact effectively with executives and all levels with the organization. Litigation experience. Employment Law experience.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Corporate and Regulatory Counsel

Fort Wayne IN Corporate and Regulatory Counsel The candidate will consult on the legal issues and implications of potential business decisions and initiatives, providing counsel on general business and legal issues. Possess strong drafting skills, create contracts, product forms, and other documents as appropriate to support business divisions and to address corporate policy/compliance issues. Work with a cross functional team to facilitate proactive and compliant performance of all company objectives. Provide legal advice, strategies, and solutions to all business functional areas, including Market Management, Marketing, Underwriting, Actuarial, Operations/IT, Finance, PS&RS, Claims, and Human Resources. Perform other duties as assigned. JD degree from an ABA approved law school and licensed at least one U.S. jurisdiction required. 5-10 years experience preferred. Experience in reinsurance and/or health insurance preferred. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. PC literacy with working knowledge of Microsoft Office software, and Lexis or Westlaw required. Good organizational and analytical skills required. Strong project management skills required. Strong legal research and analysis skills required. Strong business acumen and ability to analyze legal issues from the business perspective required. Ability to handle many, varied legal issues at the same time in a fast-pace environment required. Ability to effectively prioritize assignments in a high-urgency setting required. Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2020-03-19

Corporate And Regulatory Counsel

Fort Wayne IN Corporate and Regulatory Counsel The candidate will consult on the legal issues and implications of potential business decisions and initiatives, providing counsel on general business and legal issues. Possess strong drafting skills, create contracts, product forms, and other documents as appropriate to support business divisions and to address corporate policy/compliance issues. Work with a cross functional team to facilitate proactive and compliant performance of all company objectives. Provide legal advice, strategies, and solutions to all business functional areas, including Market Management, Marketing, Underwriting, Actuarial, Operations/IT, Finance, PS&RS, Claims, and Human Resources. Perform other duties as assigned. JD degree from an ABA approved law school and licensed at least one U.S. jurisdiction required. 5-10 years experience preferred. Experience in reinsurance and/or health insurance preferred. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. PC literacy with working knowledge of Microsoft Office software, and Lexis or Westlaw required. Good organizational and analytical skills required. Strong project management skills required. Strong legal research and analysis skills required. Strong business acumen and ability to analyze legal issues from the business perspective required. Ability to handle many, varied legal issues at the same time in a fast-pace environment required. Ability to effectively prioritize assignments in a high-urgency setting required. Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2020-03-19

Corporate Counsel, Patents Electrification

Indianapolis IN Corporate Counsel, Patents - Electrification Duties: Acts as a trusted advisor for mid to high level management; has strong grasp of business environment; effectively partners with clients to identify and design needed improvements; provides legal as well as practical advice within the appropriate business context; understands and manages client expectations. Assists in development of legal strategies for business and shares in management of outside counsel relationships. May influence or contribute to overall objectives and goals of organization. Demonstrates specialization proficiency in one or more areas of law, specialty or function; acts as a resource to others. Manages/supervises large and/or complex cases and matters worldwide. Responsible for project and matter management with limited supervision; exercises independent judgment. Provides support and leadership in improvement and issue-resolution projects in both the Legal function and within the business units. Recognized as a developing expert in the area of transactions, with particular expertise in intellectual property agreements, including joint development agreements, patent/trademark/copyright licenses and other IP agreements;. The incumbent will work with technical leaders and inventors to support patent applications that provide platforms for new business opportunities or operational improvements. The IP Manager will be primarily responsible for managing the IP in the technical areas of engines, generators, turbos, etc, but will need to understand the companys full technical and IP portfolio to identify areas of overlay. Acts as a trusted advisor to management on legal rights and obligations; has strong grasp of business environment; effectively partners with clients to identify and design needed improvements; provides legal as well as practical advice within the appropriate business context; understands and manages stakeholder expectations. Researches, evaluates and advises management and other attorneys on recent or prospective changes in laws and regulations. Instructs and supervises outside counsel and consultants as needed. Effectively influences and maintains open, collaborative relationships with clients, other business partners and outside stakeholders. May supervise and/or mentor one or more junior lawyers, paralegals or administrative assistants.

Qualifications: Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering (or similar degree) required. Intellectual property legal experience of 5 years, in a manufacturing organization, law firm, government, in-house or a combination. Strong transactional background, with significant experience negotiating and drafting contracts involving power and electric systems, including battery management systems (BMS), hybrid and electric applications. M&A experience required. Strong knowledge electronic controls software patenting. Patent prosecution is required, and litigation experience is preferred; and. strong background and experience with patent protection of engine technology, software, and battery technologies is highly desirable.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-13

Senior Legal Counsel - Employment Law

Indianapolis IN Senior Legal Counsel - Employment Law The candidate will provide daily counsel to human resources and business units on substantive legal areas including recruiting, hiring, employee relations, discipline and terminations, leave of absence management, and compliance and benefits. Should be working closely with internal clients on all aspects of employment law and HR issues to support their legal needs in the Americas, primarily in the USA, but also jurisdictions such as Canada, Brazil and Mexico. Would also manage external counsel in litigation and administrative agency matters. Would handle responses to demand letters through closure and occasionally draft position statements. Other areas of responsibility could include advising on employment-related provisions in contracts and acquisitions, reviewing and revising internal policies and corporate communications, and joining the Americas Employment Law Team in training initiatives. This role will report to the Americas Employment Law Lead.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school. At least 5 years of work experience including employment law experience in a law firm and/or in-house position. Strong knowledge of employment law and practices in the U.S.A. Experience with employment-related litigation. Demonstrated effective written communication skills. Admission in good standing to practice law in at least one state in the United states and eligible to practice as in-house counsel. Ability to work autonomously and independently. Knowledge of employment law and practices in a variety of states and/or non-U.S. jurisdictions in the Americas. Desire to train and coach stakeholders at every opportunity in day-to-day interactions.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-13

Senior Corporate Counsel - Commercial And M&a

Wayne IN Senior Corporate Counsel - Commercial and M&A The candidate will advise and support the Corporate Development team and other business units across company NA on mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and strategic investments in North America. Lead and coordinate the delivery of high-quality legal counsel across all business development activities from inception to closing for all types of transactions. Collaborate with Business Development leaders, Corporate and Regional Finance teams to creating effective proactive partnerships and collaborations. Draft, negotiate and participate in the review of various commercial and M&A related documents, with support from outside counsel as appropriate. Work with the business and legal team in structuring complex transactions; identify risks and concerns while presenting potential alternatives and solutions to challenging deal matters and business issues. Effectively present solutions and challenge thinking to ensure deal decisions result in the intended benefits for company. Oversee due diligence and work collaboratively with multiple cross-functional teams to ensure subject matter experts are included as appropriate. Collaborate and coordinate activities within a decentralized structure with the ability to partner effectively across functions and geographies gaining credibility and confidence throughout the transactional process. Provide legal support for corporate governance, treasury, securities and entity management activities, as needed. Work closely with purchasing, sales, marketing, operations, finance and other stakeholders to structure, draft and negotiate commercial agreements to support the product and services sales, marketing and operations of the company. Be the advocate, advisor and trusted business partner to our internal teams to address and provide practical legal solutions to commercial issues. Develop and maintain strong, professional working relationships with the purchasing, sales, operations and other internal stakeholders. Engage and collaborate cross-functionally with other business units at all levels throughout the organization to ensure that agreements adequately protect the companys interests. Analyze legal and commercial risks associated with third party agreements and advise the business as to the appropriate course of action. Work with the business to shape new product and service offerings and create and document adequate contractual provisions to support new business activities and growth. Help lead the continuous improvement in the way we do business by up-leveling our standard forms of agreement, contract playbooks and other legal processes. Manage a corporate paralegal and provide guidance and mentorship to others within the team. Manage external counsel in accordance with companys outside counsel guidelines.

The candidate should have JD from an accredited law school. Admission to the bar and in good standing in at least one jurisdiction in the United States is required. Should have eligibility for a PA in-house license. Must have 7-9 years of experience as a corporate transactions attorney focused on commercial agreements and M&A. 5 years of experience with a top tier national or international law firm is required. Must have experience with M&A and investments and commercial contracting involving manufacturing or distribution companies. Should have familiarity with a wide variety of transaction types (e.g., public company, private company, stock purchase, asset purchase, cross-border, etc.). Must have strong business acumen and a solid understanding of the commercial, legal and financial implications of contract provisions including those pertaining to the purchase and sale of goods. Should have demonstrated successful leadership and collaboration with colleagues and ability to develop business solutions with effective presentation of business risks and anticipated outcomes. Exceptional analytical and communication skills and decision-making abilities are required. Must have proven ability to prioritize and manage simultaneous deadlines and priorities. Should have exceptional analytical skills, independent judgment, attention to detail, a desire to learn, and an ability to take on and prioritize a wide variety of complex matters.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-07

Indiana - Senior, Federal Corporate Tax

Indianapolis IN Senior, Federal Corporate Tax
The candidate will be responsible for providing tax research and analysis for clients in diverse industries, preparation of tax returns and for keeping up-to-date on current tax practices and technical issues. Should have Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or other business related field. CPA, Enrolled Agent or other appropriate certification (or in the process of pursuing) required. Advanced degree like MST, MAcc, J.D. or LL.M. preferred. Must have 2+ years of experience in providing tax planning services or preparing and reviewing client work papers and income tax returns. Should have knowledge of project planning, including scheduling, budgeting, client correspondence and billing, excellent technology, research and writing skills.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2013-03-07

Indiana - Senior Vice President of Finance

Indianapolis IN Senior Vice President of Finance
The candidate will provide leadership and direction for developing and implementing regional finance, legal, and risk management strategies and initiatives in order to achieve company's corporate objectives and strategic targets. Will partner with the operating business to ensure that financial, legal, and risk capability and service across the Region is continuously aligned and developed and is delivered efficiently and effectively. Direct and coordinate designated Company financial activities according to financial principles and government regulations. Coordinate activities of assigned programs and determines methods and procedures and policies for carrying out programs. Ensure regional finance function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Manage and coordinate compliance issues such as government contracting, Internal Revenue Service, financial reporting and banking relationships. Participate in the integration of mergers and acquisitions. Participate in strategic and operational governance processes of the organization particularly in the Finance, Legal, and Risk Management areas. Direct all legal functions of the company and assure legal representation for the company's business by overseeing the resources needed to provide legal support, advice and sound recommendations to all levels of the organization. Establish legal services required by the organization and ensure that the organization is protected from any legal action. Oversee maintenance of corporate activities at all subsidiary levels. Provide contracting oversight. Responsible for establishing best practices for contract preparation, review and negotiation for corporate operations. Provide strategy, direction and oversight of litigation and claims for optimum results. Investigate claims against the company, working with appropriate internal/external staff/resources for response and resolution. Ensure legal function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Participate as a member of the Regional Leadership Group (RLG) and advisor to corporate services groups and corporate committees. Facilitate global communications networks to maximize information sharing, quality and consistency. Develop business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for spending initiatives. Ensure implementation and compliance with company's related operations and policies. Plan, develop, and implement policies, and establish objectives of all the organization's Finance, Legal and Risk functions in accordance with the organization's objectives. Build strategic relationships with external stakeholders and organizations to improve outcomes for the Region and to assist in the robust development and implementation of company's and the Region's strategies and operations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. MBA and/or J.D. degree preferred. CA or CPA also preferred. Must have 10-15 years of executive management experience in finance/legal/risk or related field and knowledge of applicable laws and regulations. Should have executive level experience in business processes, leadership, management, client service, budgeting, people management, communications, commercial processes, insurance and consultation. Experience in developing financial knowledge to improve business systems is required. International business experience is required.
Legal 10 - 15 Full-time 2013-02-01

Indiana - Senior Vice President of Finance

Walkerton IN Senior Vice President of Finance
The candidate will provide leadership and direction for developing and implementing regional finance, legal, and risk management strategies and initiatives in order to achieve company's corporate objectives and strategic targets. Will partner with the operating business to ensure that financial, legal, and risk capability and service across the Region is continuously aligned and developed and is delivered efficiently and effectively. Direct and coordinate designated Company financial activities according to financial principles and government regulations. Coordinate activities of assigned programs and determines methods and procedures and policies for carrying out programs. Ensure regional finance function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Manage and coordinate compliance issues such as government contracting, Internal Revenue Service, financial reporting and banking relationships. Participate in the integration of mergers and acquisitions. Participate in strategic and operational governance processes of the organization particularly in the Finance, Legal, and Risk Management areas. Direct all legal functions of the company and assure legal representation for the company's business by overseeing the resources needed to provide legal support, advice and sound recommendations to all levels of the organization. Establish legal services required by the organization and ensure that the organization is protected from any legal action. Oversee maintenance of corporate activities at all subsidiary levels. Provide contracting oversight. Responsible for establishing best practices for contract preparation, review and negotiation for corporate operations. Provide strategy, direction and oversight of litigation and claims for optimum results. Investigate claims against the company, working with appropriate internal/external staff/resources for response and resolution. Ensure legal function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Participate as a member of the Regional Leadership Group (RLG) and advisor to corporate services groups and corporate committees. Facilitate global communications networks to maximize information sharing, quality and consistency. Develop business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for spending initiatives. Ensure implementation and compliance with company's related operations and policies. Plan, develop, and implement policies, and establish objectives of all the organization's Finance, Legal and Risk functions in accordance with the organization's objectives. Build strategic relationships with external stakeholders and organizations to improve outcomes for the Region and to assist in the robust development and implementation of company's and the Region's strategies and operations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. MBA and/or J.D. degree preferred. CA or CPA also preferred. Must have 10-15 years of executive management experience in finance/legal/risk or related field and knowledge of applicable laws and regulations. Should have executive level experience in business processes, leadership, management, client service, budgeting, people management, communications, commercial processes, insurance and consultation. Experience in developing financial knowledge to improve business systems is required. International business experience is required.
Legal 10 - 15 Full-time 2013-02-01
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Product
Refer job# JLPO148985
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Product The candidate will provide guidance to executives, engineers and product managers on issues related to new and existing services, products, and features throughout the entire product lifecycle. Will serve as a resident expert and resource on issues related to SaaS product lifecycle and data protection as these topics relate to Salesforce's non-profit platform, products, and services. Review and negotiate complex agreements with service providers and technology partners, as well as advise executive leadership and product management on such transactions. Provide strategic and timely client training on relevant issues. Build cross-functional relationships with business teams as well as other members of the legal department.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor Degree and admitted to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. Must have 8+ years of combined experience in law firm and/or in-house legal department, preferably in the technology industry, with significant transactional and product counseling experience. Must be familiar with key regulatory requirements in the SaaS space, including privacy and data protection issues. Substantive expertise in laws governing philanthropy organizations, non-profits, donations, and payment processing is required. Must have substantive expertise in privacy laws (GDPR, CCPA, E-Privacy). In-house experience at a technology company is preferred. Familiarity with COPPA is desired. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) is plus.
 
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Counsel - Procurement/Real Estate/Construction
Refer job# GXRO149001
 
Counsel - Procurement/Real Estate/Construction Duties: Provides sophisticated, pragmatic, proactive legal advice to clients within Operations on all aspects of facilities, manufacturing and operations, with a heavy emphasis on drafting and negotiating both Direct and Indirect Procurement contracts as a U.S. govt. contractor, real estate agreements, construction agreements and safety, health and environmental (SHE) issues. Will support and report to the Head of HR/Labor and Employment and Operations and will be the primary attorney interfacing with the Operations business. Will create sophisticated and efficient process improvement initiatives for the Procurement and the Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) functions, will develop and conduct training, and will coordinate compliance activities for day-to-day work and counseling. Will also assist with HR/Labor and Employment matters, employee investigations and government agency charges/litigation. Provides a cross-business practice perspective or industry perspective to Law Department and business unit management based on prior experience. Contributes to Law Department policy and position-setting based on cross-functional expertise and exposure to multiple aspects of business. A seasoned professional with wide-ranging experience in the relevant areas (Procurement, Real Estate, Construction, Environmental, Employment, Litigation), business acumen, professionalism and sound judgment. Deals with diverse and often times complex and sensitive issues, where analysis may require discretion, collaboration and in-depth evaluation of many factors. Exercises judgment in evaluating methods and may determine criteria for obtaining solutions.. Networks with senior internal and external personnel in area of expertise as well as some key contacts outside area of expertise. Responsible for maintaining and continuously improving the quality system and achieving quality objectives through daily actions. Provide counseling on commercial and business law issues to all functional groups within or providing services to Roche Diagnostics Operations, including business unit management, Manufacturing, Facilities, Procurement, Security, IT, HR and Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE). Develop an in-depth working knowledge of the business unit s business models, priorities and risks and apply this knowledge in delivering legal advice. Provide counseling to HR on a variety of employment-related matters, including disability accommodations, leaves of absence, employment discrimination and harassment claims and charges, discipline and termination matters, reductions-in-force, wage and hour compliance, restrictive covenants, personnel policies and procedures. Balance risk and legal compliance requirements with the impact to the employee experience. Embody the Roche cultural beliefs and do what it takes to ensure that Roche is and continues to be a great place to work . Review and keep business unit management informed of legal developments. Work as a liaison between clients and subject matter expert attorneys to ensure effective mitigation of risk in specialized areas of law. Negotiate, draft and review Direct and Indirect Procurement Agreements and other legal documents required by the business unit. Work with global business area and affiliate attorneys as necessary to assist clients in achieving business goals.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school, licensed to practice law in one or more of the 50 states. 5+ years' experience practicing law at a large to medium sized law firm or within a corporate law or contracting department; practice must include business transactions and contracting. Experience representing a company in a similar industry or that has a highly matrixed structure, or experience representing multiple businesses within Roche Diagnostics. Willingness and ability to deliver a consistent message in the face of pressure or adversity. A demonstrated ability to establish and maintain open, candid and trusting work relationships. Preferred: Can-do attitude and highly collaborative, dynamic individual willing to take stretch assignments and meaningfully contribute in cross-functional/cross-affiliate teams. A demonstrated ability to collaborate and work as a member of a team, and to establish and maintain trusting work relationships. Excellent drafting skills with keen attention to detail. Strong organizational and negotiation skills. Ability to multi-task and multi-deadline a large variety of projects effectively, on time and in a cost-efficient manner. Excellent verbal/written English language communication skills with the ability to interact effectively with executives and all levels with the organization. Litigation experience. Employment Law experience.
 
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Corporate and Regulatory Counsel
Refer job# KQLZ148929
 
Corporate and Regulatory Counsel The candidate will consult on the legal issues and implications of potential business decisions and initiatives, providing counsel on general business and legal issues. Possess strong drafting skills, create contracts, product forms, and other documents as appropriate to support business divisions and to address corporate policy/compliance issues. Work with a cross functional team to facilitate proactive and compliant performance of all company objectives. Provide legal advice, strategies, and solutions to all business functional areas, including Market Management, Marketing, Underwriting, Actuarial, Operations/IT, Finance, PS&RS, Claims, and Human Resources. Perform other duties as assigned. JD degree from an ABA approved law school and licensed at least one U.S. jurisdiction required. 5-10 years experience preferred. Experience in reinsurance and/or health insurance preferred. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. PC literacy with working knowledge of Microsoft Office software, and Lexis or Westlaw required. Good organizational and analytical skills required. Strong project management skills required. Strong legal research and analysis skills required. Strong business acumen and ability to analyze legal issues from the business perspective required. Ability to handle many, varied legal issues at the same time in a fast-pace environment required. Ability to effectively prioritize assignments in a high-urgency setting required.
 
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Corporate And Regulatory Counsel
Refer job# WCDG148930
 
Corporate and Regulatory Counsel The candidate will consult on the legal issues and implications of potential business decisions and initiatives, providing counsel on general business and legal issues. Possess strong drafting skills, create contracts, product forms, and other documents as appropriate to support business divisions and to address corporate policy/compliance issues. Work with a cross functional team to facilitate proactive and compliant performance of all company objectives. Provide legal advice, strategies, and solutions to all business functional areas, including Market Management, Marketing, Underwriting, Actuarial, Operations/IT, Finance, PS&RS, Claims, and Human Resources. Perform other duties as assigned. JD degree from an ABA approved law school and licensed at least one U.S. jurisdiction required. 5-10 years experience preferred. Experience in reinsurance and/or health insurance preferred. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. PC literacy with working knowledge of Microsoft Office software, and Lexis or Westlaw required. Good organizational and analytical skills required. Strong project management skills required. Strong legal research and analysis skills required. Strong business acumen and ability to analyze legal issues from the business perspective required. Ability to handle many, varied legal issues at the same time in a fast-pace environment required. Ability to effectively prioritize assignments in a high-urgency setting required.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Patents Electrification
Refer job# ZXJY148850
 
Corporate Counsel, Patents - Electrification Duties: Acts as a trusted advisor for mid to high level management; has strong grasp of business environment; effectively partners with clients to identify and design needed improvements; provides legal as well as practical advice within the appropriate business context; understands and manages client expectations. Assists in development of legal strategies for business and shares in management of outside counsel relationships. May influence or contribute to overall objectives and goals of organization. Demonstrates specialization proficiency in one or more areas of law, specialty or function; acts as a resource to others. Manages/supervises large and/or complex cases and matters worldwide. Responsible for project and matter management with limited supervision; exercises independent judgment. Provides support and leadership in improvement and issue-resolution projects in both the Legal function and within the business units. Recognized as a developing expert in the area of transactions, with particular expertise in intellectual property agreements, including joint development agreements, patent/trademark/copyright licenses and other IP agreements;. The incumbent will work with technical leaders and inventors to support patent applications that provide platforms for new business opportunities or operational improvements. The IP Manager will be primarily responsible for managing the IP in the technical areas of engines, generators, turbos, etc, but will need to understand the companys full technical and IP portfolio to identify areas of overlay. Acts as a trusted advisor to management on legal rights and obligations; has strong grasp of business environment; effectively partners with clients to identify and design needed improvements; provides legal as well as practical advice within the appropriate business context; understands and manages stakeholder expectations. Researches, evaluates and advises management and other attorneys on recent or prospective changes in laws and regulations. Instructs and supervises outside counsel and consultants as needed. Effectively influences and maintains open, collaborative relationships with clients, other business partners and outside stakeholders. May supervise and/or mentor one or more junior lawyers, paralegals or administrative assistants.

Qualifications: Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering (or similar degree) required. Intellectual property legal experience of 5 years, in a manufacturing organization, law firm, government, in-house or a combination. Strong transactional background, with significant experience negotiating and drafting contracts involving power and electric systems, including battery management systems (BMS), hybrid and electric applications. M&A experience required. Strong knowledge electronic controls software patenting. Patent prosecution is required, and litigation experience is preferred; and. strong background and experience with patent protection of engine technology, software, and battery technologies is highly desirable.
 
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Senior Legal Counsel - Employment Law
Refer job# WMXI148853
 
Senior Legal Counsel - Employment Law The candidate will provide daily counsel to human resources and business units on substantive legal areas including recruiting, hiring, employee relations, discipline and terminations, leave of absence management, and compliance and benefits. Should be working closely with internal clients on all aspects of employment law and HR issues to support their legal needs in the Americas, primarily in the USA, but also jurisdictions such as Canada, Brazil and Mexico. Would also manage external counsel in litigation and administrative agency matters. Would handle responses to demand letters through closure and occasionally draft position statements. Other areas of responsibility could include advising on employment-related provisions in contracts and acquisitions, reviewing and revising internal policies and corporate communications, and joining the Americas Employment Law Team in training initiatives. This role will report to the Americas Employment Law Lead.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school. At least 5 years of work experience including employment law experience in a law firm and/or in-house position. Strong knowledge of employment law and practices in the U.S.A. Experience with employment-related litigation. Demonstrated effective written communication skills. Admission in good standing to practice law in at least one state in the United states and eligible to practice as in-house counsel. Ability to work autonomously and independently. Knowledge of employment law and practices in a variety of states and/or non-U.S. jurisdictions in the Americas. Desire to train and coach stakeholders at every opportunity in day-to-day interactions.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Commercial And M&a
Refer job# KBKH148798
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Commercial and M&A The candidate will advise and support the Corporate Development team and other business units across company NA on mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and strategic investments in North America. Lead and coordinate the delivery of high-quality legal counsel across all business development activities from inception to closing for all types of transactions. Collaborate with Business Development leaders, Corporate and Regional Finance teams to creating effective proactive partnerships and collaborations. Draft, negotiate and participate in the review of various commercial and M&A related documents, with support from outside counsel as appropriate. Work with the business and legal team in structuring complex transactions; identify risks and concerns while presenting potential alternatives and solutions to challenging deal matters and business issues. Effectively present solutions and challenge thinking to ensure deal decisions result in the intended benefits for company. Oversee due diligence and work collaboratively with multiple cross-functional teams to ensure subject matter experts are included as appropriate. Collaborate and coordinate activities within a decentralized structure with the ability to partner effectively across functions and geographies gaining credibility and confidence throughout the transactional process. Provide legal support for corporate governance, treasury, securities and entity management activities, as needed. Work closely with purchasing, sales, marketing, operations, finance and other stakeholders to structure, draft and negotiate commercial agreements to support the product and services sales, marketing and operations of the company. Be the advocate, advisor and trusted business partner to our internal teams to address and provide practical legal solutions to commercial issues. Develop and maintain strong, professional working relationships with the purchasing, sales, operations and other internal stakeholders. Engage and collaborate cross-functionally with other business units at all levels throughout the organization to ensure that agreements adequately protect the companys interests. Analyze legal and commercial risks associated with third party agreements and advise the business as to the appropriate course of action. Work with the business to shape new product and service offerings and create and document adequate contractual provisions to support new business activities and growth. Help lead the continuous improvement in the way we do business by up-leveling our standard forms of agreement, contract playbooks and other legal processes. Manage a corporate paralegal and provide guidance and mentorship to others within the team. Manage external counsel in accordance with companys outside counsel guidelines.

The candidate should have JD from an accredited law school. Admission to the bar and in good standing in at least one jurisdiction in the United States is required. Should have eligibility for a PA in-house license. Must have 7-9 years of experience as a corporate transactions attorney focused on commercial agreements and M&A. 5 years of experience with a top tier national or international law firm is required. Must have experience with M&A and investments and commercial contracting involving manufacturing or distribution companies. Should have familiarity with a wide variety of transaction types (e.g., public company, private company, stock purchase, asset purchase, cross-border, etc.). Must have strong business acumen and a solid understanding of the commercial, legal and financial implications of contract provisions including those pertaining to the purchase and sale of goods. Should have demonstrated successful leadership and collaboration with colleagues and ability to develop business solutions with effective presentation of business risks and anticipated outcomes. Exceptional analytical and communication skills and decision-making abilities are required. Must have proven ability to prioritize and manage simultaneous deadlines and priorities. Should have exceptional analytical skills, independent judgment, attention to detail, a desire to learn, and an ability to take on and prioritize a wide variety of complex matters.
 
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Indiana - Senior, Federal Corporate Tax
Refer job# QT4S25802
 
Senior, Federal Corporate Tax
The candidate will be responsible for providing tax research and analysis for clients in diverse industries, preparation of tax returns and for keeping up-to-date on current tax practices and technical issues. Should have Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or other business related field. CPA, Enrolled Agent or other appropriate certification (or in the process of pursuing) required. Advanced degree like MST, MAcc, J.D. or LL.M. preferred. Must have 2+ years of experience in providing tax planning services or preparing and reviewing client work papers and income tax returns. Should have knowledge of project planning, including scheduling, budgeting, client correspondence and billing, excellent technology, research and writing skills.
 
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Indiana - Senior Vice President of Finance
Refer job# 36PD25454
 
Senior Vice President of Finance
The candidate will provide leadership and direction for developing and implementing regional finance, legal, and risk management strategies and initiatives in order to achieve company's corporate objectives and strategic targets. Will partner with the operating business to ensure that financial, legal, and risk capability and service across the Region is continuously aligned and developed and is delivered efficiently and effectively. Direct and coordinate designated Company financial activities according to financial principles and government regulations. Coordinate activities of assigned programs and determines methods and procedures and policies for carrying out programs. Ensure regional finance function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Manage and coordinate compliance issues such as government contracting, Internal Revenue Service, financial reporting and banking relationships. Participate in the integration of mergers and acquisitions. Participate in strategic and operational governance processes of the organization particularly in the Finance, Legal, and Risk Management areas. Direct all legal functions of the company and assure legal representation for the company's business by overseeing the resources needed to provide legal support, advice and sound recommendations to all levels of the organization. Establish legal services required by the organization and ensure that the organization is protected from any legal action. Oversee maintenance of corporate activities at all subsidiary levels. Provide contracting oversight. Responsible for establishing best practices for contract preparation, review and negotiation for corporate operations. Provide strategy, direction and oversight of litigation and claims for optimum results. Investigate claims against the company, working with appropriate internal/external staff/resources for response and resolution. Ensure legal function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Participate as a member of the Regional Leadership Group (RLG) and advisor to corporate services groups and corporate committees. Facilitate global communications networks to maximize information sharing, quality and consistency. Develop business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for spending initiatives. Ensure implementation and compliance with company's related operations and policies. Plan, develop, and implement policies, and establish objectives of all the organization's Finance, Legal and Risk functions in accordance with the organization's objectives. Build strategic relationships with external stakeholders and organizations to improve outcomes for the Region and to assist in the robust development and implementation of company's and the Region's strategies and operations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. MBA and/or J.D. degree preferred. CA or CPA also preferred. Must have 10-15 years of executive management experience in finance/legal/risk or related field and knowledge of applicable laws and regulations. Should have executive level experience in business processes, leadership, management, client service, budgeting, people management, communications, commercial processes, insurance and consultation. Experience in developing financial knowledge to improve business systems is required. International business experience is required.
 
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Indiana - Senior Vice President of Finance
Refer job# RI6Q25457
 
Senior Vice President of Finance
The candidate will provide leadership and direction for developing and implementing regional finance, legal, and risk management strategies and initiatives in order to achieve company's corporate objectives and strategic targets. Will partner with the operating business to ensure that financial, legal, and risk capability and service across the Region is continuously aligned and developed and is delivered efficiently and effectively. Direct and coordinate designated Company financial activities according to financial principles and government regulations. Coordinate activities of assigned programs and determines methods and procedures and policies for carrying out programs. Ensure regional finance function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Manage and coordinate compliance issues such as government contracting, Internal Revenue Service, financial reporting and banking relationships. Participate in the integration of mergers and acquisitions. Participate in strategic and operational governance processes of the organization particularly in the Finance, Legal, and Risk Management areas. Direct all legal functions of the company and assure legal representation for the company's business by overseeing the resources needed to provide legal support, advice and sound recommendations to all levels of the organization. Establish legal services required by the organization and ensure that the organization is protected from any legal action. Oversee maintenance of corporate activities at all subsidiary levels. Provide contracting oversight. Responsible for establishing best practices for contract preparation, review and negotiation for corporate operations. Provide strategy, direction and oversight of litigation and claims for optimum results. Investigate claims against the company, working with appropriate internal/external staff/resources for response and resolution. Ensure legal function operates in accordance with Group policies and procedures. Participate as a member of the Regional Leadership Group (RLG) and advisor to corporate services groups and corporate committees. Facilitate global communications networks to maximize information sharing, quality and consistency. Develop business case justifications and cost/benefit analyses for spending initiatives. Ensure implementation and compliance with company's related operations and policies. Plan, develop, and implement policies, and establish objectives of all the organization's Finance, Legal and Risk functions in accordance with the organization's objectives. Build strategic relationships with external stakeholders and organizations to improve outcomes for the Region and to assist in the robust development and implementation of company's and the Region's strategies and operations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. MBA and/or J.D. degree preferred. CA or CPA also preferred. Must have 10-15 years of executive management experience in finance/legal/risk or related field and knowledge of applicable laws and regulations. Should have executive level experience in business processes, leadership, management, client service, budgeting, people management, communications, commercial processes, insurance and consultation. Experience in developing financial knowledge to improve business systems is required. International business experience is required.
 
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