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Vice President And Associate General Counsel - Securities And Corporate

Germantown MD Vice President and Associate General Counsel - Securities and Corporate The candidate will lead the drafting and review of a broad range of securities filings under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the Securities Act of 1933. Advise on and implement executive compensation and equity administration matters, including Section 16 filings; administer the insider trading policies. Support and advise Investor Relations and finance & accounting on disclosure matters. Lead the preparation for board and committee meetings, including drafting of materials and coordination of agendas; plan the annual stockholder meeting. Advise on compliance with indentures and loan documents; lead the legal work in drafting and administering same. Manage domestic and international corporate transactions, including joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, debt/equity financings, and a wide range of business agreements and other special projects; provide advice regarding the company's joint ventures and investments. Develop, implement and maintain various compliance initiatives and corporate governance policies and practices. Manage attorneys and other legal professionals. Manage and coordinate outside counsel as needed.

The candidate should have a JD from an accredited law school and active membership in good standing in at least one State Bar. Should have 15 years of specialized securities/corporate law experience at a major law firm and/or in-house legal department (at least 3 years of in-house experience preferred), focusing on a broad range of securities and corporate matters, including SEC filings, corporate governance, executive compensation and equity administration. Should have 10+ years of direct experience personally drafting Securities Act and Securities Exchange Act filings, including periodic reports, proxy statements, Section 16 reports and registration statements. Excellent business and legal judgment, strategic thinking and problem-solving. Attention to detail and well organized, with demonstrated ability to manage numerous projects simultaneously and effectively. Successful track record managing attorneys and other legal professionals. Excellent interpersonal skills; dynamic, team-oriented and flexible in work style and approach. Superior written and oral communication skills. Experience in an in-house legal department advising senior management and board of directors on public disclosure and corporate governance matters is preferred. Experience drafting and negotiating contracts is preferred. Experience with domestic and international corporate transactions, including joint ventures and mergers/acquisitions is preferred.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2023-01-23

Senior Counsel - Global Labor and Employment

Annapolis MD Senior Counsel - Global Labor and Employment The candidate will deliver exceptional, strategic, and cost-effective legal advice and solutions while minimizing legal risks, proactively support the company's business operations, drive continuous improvement of the company's legal and business processes, and develop effective risk mitigation strategies in the best interest of the company. Manage (through outside counsel) employment-related litigation and charges as well as respond to demand letters in the US and Canada. Report to the Vice President and Deputy General Counsel - Global Labor and Employment. Manage employment litigation and charges throughout the United States and Canada, which will include representing the company in mediations and directing strategy and work of outside counsel in line with business initiatives and budgetary considerations. Regularly partner with HR professionals, operations, and company executives to provide timely and practical business-sensitive advice and risk assessments about strategic initiatives with a full range of employment law implications. Train supervisors and HR professionals on litigation avoidance and other employment-related legal matters. Manage internal compliance projects to reduce legal risk. Perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a Master's degree with a J.D. degree from an accredited top-tier law school. Must have 5+ years of experience of legal experience, ideally gained through a combination of law firm and in-house roles. Should also have 4 years of experience with specialization in employment law, including litigation experience with Title VII, FMLA, ADA, ADEA, FLSA, WARN, PDA, USERRA, NLRA, and workers' compensation retaliation and equivalent state laws. Must be a member in good standing of a State Bar. Experience with California employment laws is required. Class and collective action experience is needed. Should have prior experience handling all phases of pre-litigation and litigation: responding to demand letters, preparing position statements in response to charges of discrimination filed with the EEOC and state agencies, taking depositions, handling mediations, appearing and arguing before judges, ALJs, and arbitrators, drafting dispositive motions, preparing witnesses, and some jury trial experience. Prior human resource and compliance experience with traditional labor matters is helpful. Must have demonstrated experience providing balanced and nuanced counsel to HR and business professionals as well as to top-level executives on labor and employment matters. Experience training employees and managers (both in person and via webinar) regarding employment law principles and best practices is essential. Must have experience with reductions in force, WARN Act compliance, acquisitions and divestitures, restrictive covenants, and policy drafting and review. Exposure to employment issues in Canada, Puerto Rico, and Mexico is a prerequisite. Fluency in French and/or Spanish is needed. Some limited travel will be required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2023-01-21

Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property

Sparks MD Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property The candidate must have 6-10 years of legal experience in the life sciences field, preferably including in-house experience, supporting the Integrated Diagnostic Solutions (IDS) business unit.This position will be responsible for the intellectual property needs of platforms within the IDS business, such as lab automation, microbiology solutions, specimen management and/or point-of-care testing, including managing patent preparation/prosecution and post-grant activities, performing freedom-to-operate analyses, performing due diligence, providing strategic counseling and supporting IP litigation. Engage with IDS business leaders to provide strategic counseling, updates, and recommendations related to the IDS IP portfolio and offensive/defensive patent activities. Maintain strong interactions with R&D and project teams, to identify patentable inventions and create and execute patent strategies. Provide direction to outside counsel on patent filing and prosecution matters globally. Provide landscape analyses and related support for R&D programs. Provide patentability, FTO and related opinions in support of R&D programs and business development activities. Provide IP diligence for M&A and related activities. Monitor third party patent activity in areas of interest. Assist in offensive and defensive patent challenges in global patent offices. Assist commercial attorneys with IP elements of agreements. Assist in management of IP litigation involving IDS. Educate and advise IDS associates on intellectual property issues. Manage and/or participate in projects impacting the IP team, the Law Group, and BD as a whole. Bachelor's degree required, in biological or chemical sciences or engineering. Juris Doctor from an ABA accredited law school. Admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 6-10 years of law firm and/or in-house experience, preferably including experience with life sciences products such as instruments and/or assays. Experience with US and European post-grant patent office proceedings. Experience with global patent filing strategies. Experience with diagnostic products and instrumentation. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills. Strong analytical thinking and attention to detail. Strong organizational skills, including ability to manage and drive projects. Strong business acumen including the ability to integrate legal and business risks and considerations. Cost conscious, proactively manages matter budgets, and will drive strategies to minimize outside counsel spend without sacrificing quality of work product. Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2023-01-06

Corporate Legal Counsel Director, M&a And Finance

Columbia MD Corporate Legal Counsel Director, M&A and Finance The candidate will be leading and coordinating the structuring, negotiation, and execution of complex corporate transactions, including global M&A and capital markets transactions (including public and private securities offerings and debt transactions and related 1933 Act registration statements). Will be drafting, reviewing, and negotiating all relevant transaction documentation. Building processes around and managing all aspects of M&A transactions, including due diligence review, negotiations, and integration planning. Supporting the Treasury function with securitization facilities, derivatives, commercial paper, banking arrangements, etc. Advising on technology financing and funding arrangements. Maintaining corporate governance records and managing requirements for numerous domestic and foreign subsidiary entities while working collaboratively with team members in other global regions. Preparing and hosting training presentations on relevant topics. Assisting, as needed, with Exchange Act reports, including 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and proxy statement filings. Assisting, as needed, with the preparation and drafting of agendas and materials for meetings of the Board of Directors and its committees, including resolutions and minutes. Advising on ESG matters. Developing and refining policies, procedures, playbooks, templates, and other tools to improve efficiencies within the legal department. Other matters as appropriate.

The candidate should have 5 years of relevant corporate transactional legal experience (e.g., mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, venture capital, or similar) in a top-tier law firm and/or corporate law department.mm expertise in structuring, negotiating and executing global transactions, including coordinating with other internal teams, managing due diligence, drafting transaction documents, strategically leading negotiations, and handling closings and integration matters. Should have a JD from a top-tier accredited law school and license to practice law in CO or any US jurisdiction.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2023-01-04

Director, Corporate Counsel, Erisa

Bethesda MD Director, Corporate Counsel, ERISA Duties: Designing, drafting and implementing compensation arrangements for executives and employees, including nonqualified deferred compensation arrangements, incentive plans, severance plans, equity and equity-based incentive plans, and co-invest and carried interest plans; Handling all employee benefits aspects of M&A transactions for the Company, which include drafting and negotiating ERISA/Benefits provisions. Counseling on securities filings and disclosures as they relate to equity plans and compensation of senior executives. Representing the Company's benefit plan fiduciaries on plan investment issues including advising on ERISA issues in connection with alternative investments (e.g., hedge funds and private equity funds) and reviewing and negotiating investment documentation (e.g., adoption agreements, group annuity contracts, etc.); Representing the Company's group insurance business on ERISA issues related to the offering of various products including, but not limited to, life, disability, and various voluntary benefit offerings; Providing additional legal support to other business units and corporate areas on a project-by-project basis as necessary, which includes, but is not limited to, providing ERISA Title I and Internal Revenue Code advice to the institutional and retail businesses; Collaborating with other attorneys on tax, securities, and other related regulatory matters in connection with the support described above; and providing additional legal support to the Company's corporate centers and business units as necessary.

Qualifications: Law degree required. Admission to the bar of at least one state and eligibility for the NJ Corporate Counsel license if not admitted to the NJ bar. 3 years of relevant legal experience with specific experience in either executive compensation and ERISA Title I being strongly preferred; Superior interpersonal, organizational, written and oral communications skills and the ability to work independently and turn around documents promptly and accurately; Excellent judgment and high ethical standards; Strong project and time management skills; and the ability to balance multiple projects simultaneously and assess and prioritize work requirements.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2023-01-04

Maryland - Attorney

Towson MD Attorney
The candidate will report to the lead attorney for leasing. Will negotiate lease and loan agreements and related documents. Establish best practices for leasing and financing arrangement. Provide counseling on financing activities throughout the US. Responsible for due diligence in relation to new markets, products and portfolios. Supervise and budgetary responsibility of external counsel. Provide general legal advice to the business. Responsible for litigation and bankruptcy support and oversight. Training for sales and other LOB function areas. Advise on policies and procedures.

The candidate should have broad finance experience (including equipment leasing and finance experience) obtained at a top law firm practice supporting equipment finance companies, or in-house at a national equipment finance company. Must have 3-4 years of practice experience. Experience in negotiating and structuring leasing and finance transactions with customers, programs with other finance companies and banks, and syndications is necessary. Prior experience of in-house work is highly preferred. A background of working with standard documentation and developing related control policies awareness of regulatory issues impacting bank-owned leasing and finance business in the US is desired.
Legal 3 - 4 Full-time 2013-01-22

Maryland - Senior Tax Manager

Rockville MD Senior Tax Manager
The candidate will advise on sales, like-kind exchanges, disguised sales, debt-structuring, minimum gain issues, etc. Will provide tax guidance on client issues in partnership taxation. Build client relationships and leverages skills in the organization to deliver superior client service. Provide training and development of direct reports. Design a plan for execution of each engagement from planning to completion. Utilize technical proficiency to diagnose complex issues encountered and develop solutions on tax engagements. Perform extensive tax research, drafting of technical memoranda, surface review of tax returns. Attend and participate in industry specific forums and networking events. Serve as the resident expert for the Real Estate Industry Services Group and the firm on all current and proposed tax changes.

The candidate should have a B.S. degree in Accounting. CPA accreditation is required. Master's in Taxation or J.D. degree is a plus. Must have 7+ years of experience within a public accounting firm. Should have technical expertise in the following areas: real estate industry, subchapter K, S-Corporations, partnerships and other pass-through
Legal 7 - 9 Full-time 2013-01-22

Maryland - Senior Corporate Counsel

Gaithersburg MD
Senior Corporate Counsel
The candidate will lead the company's efforts with respect to customer agreements and reseller arrangements, coordinate the company's responses from the prospect stage (including RFP responses) through contract execution and assist with respect to contract compliance on a 'go forward' basis, provide general corporate and contracts advice and analysis of company's responsibilities under its contracts, and assist in the development, drafting and implementation of new contract vehicles and arrangements in response to the company's evolving business/service delivery models. Negotiate and close contracts to meet the goals of the organization within internal and external compliance and legal parameters. Possess software licensing expertise and provide advice and counsel on related matters to other departments as needed.

The candidate should be a graduate of an accredited law school. Should be admitted into a State Bar and in good standing. Must have 7-10 years of relevant experience. Demonstrate expertise in a variety of legal areas including general contract law and software licensing arrangements. In-depth knowledge of licensing issues and the Company's products and services is necessary to recommend actions to and counsel management on the appropriate legal and contractual course of action. Working knowledge of Delaware corporate law and ability to interact with and provide advice to senior management needed. Knowledge of complex software licensing and related legal matters required. Good working knowledge of Delaware corporate law and general contract matters a must.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2012-09-07

Maryland - Tax, Senior

Rockville MD Tax, Senior
The candidate will have technical proficiency developed in tax preparation and assembly of related documentation. Will demonstrate a working knowledge of tax law including the ability to perform tax research. Take responsibility and follows through on assigned tasks. Take responsibility as well as execute and follow through on timely completion of engagement deliverables from planning to completion. Communicate with internal and external clients and follow-up with appropriate individuals. Build a broad base of internal relationships for personal benefits and personal results. Train, supervise and delegate appropriate/productive work to staff.

The candidate should have B.S. degree in Accounting. CPA accreditation is preferred. Master's in Taxation or J.D. degree is a plus. Must have 2-5 years of experience within a public accounting firm. Should have strong computer skills (MS Office Suite, CaseWare, Go Tax).
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2012-09-07

Maryland - Tax, Manager

Rockville MD Tax, Manager
The candidate will be responsible for the performance of tax compliance review. Will have technical proficiency developed to enable diagnoses of and solutions to complex problems encountered on tax engagements. Perform efficient and effective tax planning. Begin to develop areas of technical expertise and industry specialization. Design plan for execution of each engagement from planning to completion. Direct and control projects to ensure completion within budget and deadline. Maintain a strong working relationship with clients to enhance client satisfaction and work with client management and staff at all levels to perform tax services. Interact with key client management to make recommendations for business and process improvements. Assist partners and senior management on proposals and business development calls.

The candidate should have a B.S. degree in Accounting. CPA accreditation is required. A Master's in Taxation or J.D. degree is a plus. Must have 5-7 years of experience in public accounting firm.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2012-09-07
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Vice President And Associate General Counsel - Securities And Corporate
Refer job# DRQM172057
 
Vice President and Associate General Counsel - Securities and Corporate The candidate will lead the drafting and review of a broad range of securities filings under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the Securities Act of 1933. Advise on and implement executive compensation and equity administration matters, including Section 16 filings; administer the insider trading policies. Support and advise Investor Relations and finance & accounting on disclosure matters. Lead the preparation for board and committee meetings, including drafting of materials and coordination of agendas; plan the annual stockholder meeting. Advise on compliance with indentures and loan documents; lead the legal work in drafting and administering same. Manage domestic and international corporate transactions, including joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, debt/equity financings, and a wide range of business agreements and other special projects; provide advice regarding the company's joint ventures and investments. Develop, implement and maintain various compliance initiatives and corporate governance policies and practices. Manage attorneys and other legal professionals. Manage and coordinate outside counsel as needed.

The candidate should have a JD from an accredited law school and active membership in good standing in at least one State Bar. Should have 15 years of specialized securities/corporate law experience at a major law firm and/or in-house legal department (at least 3 years of in-house experience preferred), focusing on a broad range of securities and corporate matters, including SEC filings, corporate governance, executive compensation and equity administration. Should have 10+ years of direct experience personally drafting Securities Act and Securities Exchange Act filings, including periodic reports, proxy statements, Section 16 reports and registration statements. Excellent business and legal judgment, strategic thinking and problem-solving. Attention to detail and well organized, with demonstrated ability to manage numerous projects simultaneously and effectively. Successful track record managing attorneys and other legal professionals. Excellent interpersonal skills; dynamic, team-oriented and flexible in work style and approach. Superior written and oral communication skills. Experience in an in-house legal department advising senior management and board of directors on public disclosure and corporate governance matters is preferred. Experience drafting and negotiating contracts is preferred. Experience with domestic and international corporate transactions, including joint ventures and mergers/acquisitions is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel - Global Labor and Employment
Refer job# QMDT172038
 
Senior Counsel - Global Labor and Employment The candidate will deliver exceptional, strategic, and cost-effective legal advice and solutions while minimizing legal risks, proactively support the company's business operations, drive continuous improvement of the company's legal and business processes, and develop effective risk mitigation strategies in the best interest of the company. Manage (through outside counsel) employment-related litigation and charges as well as respond to demand letters in the US and Canada. Report to the Vice President and Deputy General Counsel - Global Labor and Employment. Manage employment litigation and charges throughout the United States and Canada, which will include representing the company in mediations and directing strategy and work of outside counsel in line with business initiatives and budgetary considerations. Regularly partner with HR professionals, operations, and company executives to provide timely and practical business-sensitive advice and risk assessments about strategic initiatives with a full range of employment law implications. Train supervisors and HR professionals on litigation avoidance and other employment-related legal matters. Manage internal compliance projects to reduce legal risk. Perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have a Master's degree with a J.D. degree from an accredited top-tier law school. Must have 5+ years of experience of legal experience, ideally gained through a combination of law firm and in-house roles. Should also have 4 years of experience with specialization in employment law, including litigation experience with Title VII, FMLA, ADA, ADEA, FLSA, WARN, PDA, USERRA, NLRA, and workers' compensation retaliation and equivalent state laws. Must be a member in good standing of a State Bar. Experience with California employment laws is required. Class and collective action experience is needed. Should have prior experience handling all phases of pre-litigation and litigation: responding to demand letters, preparing position statements in response to charges of discrimination filed with the EEOC and state agencies, taking depositions, handling mediations, appearing and arguing before judges, ALJs, and arbitrators, drafting dispositive motions, preparing witnesses, and some jury trial experience. Prior human resource and compliance experience with traditional labor matters is helpful. Must have demonstrated experience providing balanced and nuanced counsel to HR and business professionals as well as to top-level executives on labor and employment matters. Experience training employees and managers (both in person and via webinar) regarding employment law principles and best practices is essential. Must have experience with reductions in force, WARN Act compliance, acquisitions and divestitures, restrictive covenants, and policy drafting and review. Exposure to employment issues in Canada, Puerto Rico, and Mexico is a prerequisite. Fluency in French and/or Spanish is needed. Some limited travel will be required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property
Refer job# XWMU171982
 
Senior Counsel - Intellectual Property The candidate must have 6-10 years of legal experience in the life sciences field, preferably including in-house experience, supporting the Integrated Diagnostic Solutions (IDS) business unit.This position will be responsible for the intellectual property needs of platforms within the IDS business, such as lab automation, microbiology solutions, specimen management and/or point-of-care testing, including managing patent preparation/prosecution and post-grant activities, performing freedom-to-operate analyses, performing due diligence, providing strategic counseling and supporting IP litigation. Engage with IDS business leaders to provide strategic counseling, updates, and recommendations related to the IDS IP portfolio and offensive/defensive patent activities. Maintain strong interactions with R&D and project teams, to identify patentable inventions and create and execute patent strategies. Provide direction to outside counsel on patent filing and prosecution matters globally. Provide landscape analyses and related support for R&D programs. Provide patentability, FTO and related opinions in support of R&D programs and business development activities. Provide IP diligence for M&A and related activities. Monitor third party patent activity in areas of interest. Assist in offensive and defensive patent challenges in global patent offices. Assist commercial attorneys with IP elements of agreements. Assist in management of IP litigation involving IDS. Educate and advise IDS associates on intellectual property issues. Manage and/or participate in projects impacting the IP team, the Law Group, and BD as a whole. Bachelor's degree required, in biological or chemical sciences or engineering. Juris Doctor from an ABA accredited law school. Admitted to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, 6-10 years of law firm and/or in-house experience, preferably including experience with life sciences products such as instruments and/or assays. Experience with US and European post-grant patent office proceedings. Experience with global patent filing strategies. Experience with diagnostic products and instrumentation. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills. Strong analytical thinking and attention to detail. Strong organizational skills, including ability to manage and drive projects. Strong business acumen including the ability to integrate legal and business risks and considerations. Cost conscious, proactively manages matter budgets, and will drive strategies to minimize outside counsel spend without sacrificing quality of work product.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Legal Counsel Director, M&a And Finance
Refer job# BXJN171886
 
Corporate Legal Counsel Director, M&A and Finance The candidate will be leading and coordinating the structuring, negotiation, and execution of complex corporate transactions, including global M&A and capital markets transactions (including public and private securities offerings and debt transactions and related 1933 Act registration statements). Will be drafting, reviewing, and negotiating all relevant transaction documentation. Building processes around and managing all aspects of M&A transactions, including due diligence review, negotiations, and integration planning. Supporting the Treasury function with securitization facilities, derivatives, commercial paper, banking arrangements, etc. Advising on technology financing and funding arrangements. Maintaining corporate governance records and managing requirements for numerous domestic and foreign subsidiary entities while working collaboratively with team members in other global regions. Preparing and hosting training presentations on relevant topics. Assisting, as needed, with Exchange Act reports, including 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and proxy statement filings. Assisting, as needed, with the preparation and drafting of agendas and materials for meetings of the Board of Directors and its committees, including resolutions and minutes. Advising on ESG matters. Developing and refining policies, procedures, playbooks, templates, and other tools to improve efficiencies within the legal department. Other matters as appropriate.

The candidate should have 5 years of relevant corporate transactional legal experience (e.g., mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, venture capital, or similar) in a top-tier law firm and/or corporate law department.mm expertise in structuring, negotiating and executing global transactions, including coordinating with other internal teams, managing due diligence, drafting transaction documents, strategically leading negotiations, and handling closings and integration matters. Should have a JD from a top-tier accredited law school and license to practice law in CO or any US jurisdiction.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Corporate Counsel, Erisa
Refer job# LUYA171937
 
Director, Corporate Counsel, ERISA Duties: Designing, drafting and implementing compensation arrangements for executives and employees, including nonqualified deferred compensation arrangements, incentive plans, severance plans, equity and equity-based incentive plans, and co-invest and carried interest plans; Handling all employee benefits aspects of M&A transactions for the Company, which include drafting and negotiating ERISA/Benefits provisions. Counseling on securities filings and disclosures as they relate to equity plans and compensation of senior executives. Representing the Company's benefit plan fiduciaries on plan investment issues including advising on ERISA issues in connection with alternative investments (e.g., hedge funds and private equity funds) and reviewing and negotiating investment documentation (e.g., adoption agreements, group annuity contracts, etc.); Representing the Company's group insurance business on ERISA issues related to the offering of various products including, but not limited to, life, disability, and various voluntary benefit offerings; Providing additional legal support to other business units and corporate areas on a project-by-project basis as necessary, which includes, but is not limited to, providing ERISA Title I and Internal Revenue Code advice to the institutional and retail businesses; Collaborating with other attorneys on tax, securities, and other related regulatory matters in connection with the support described above; and providing additional legal support to the Company's corporate centers and business units as necessary.

Qualifications: Law degree required. Admission to the bar of at least one state and eligibility for the NJ Corporate Counsel license if not admitted to the NJ bar. 3 years of relevant legal experience with specific experience in either executive compensation and ERISA Title I being strongly preferred; Superior interpersonal, organizational, written and oral communications skills and the ability to work independently and turn around documents promptly and accurately; Excellent judgment and high ethical standards; Strong project and time management skills; and the ability to balance multiple projects simultaneously and assess and prioritize work requirements.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Maryland - Attorney
Refer job# JPWE25302
 
Attorney
The candidate will report to the lead attorney for leasing. Will negotiate lease and loan agreements and related documents. Establish best practices for leasing and financing arrangement. Provide counseling on financing activities throughout the US. Responsible for due diligence in relation to new markets, products and portfolios. Supervise and budgetary responsibility of external counsel. Provide general legal advice to the business. Responsible for litigation and bankruptcy support and oversight. Training for sales and other LOB function areas. Advise on policies and procedures.

The candidate should have broad finance experience (including equipment leasing and finance experience) obtained at a top law firm practice supporting equipment finance companies, or in-house at a national equipment finance company. Must have 3-4 years of practice experience. Experience in negotiating and structuring leasing and finance transactions with customers, programs with other finance companies and banks, and syndications is necessary. Prior experience of in-house work is highly preferred. A background of working with standard documentation and developing related control policies awareness of regulatory issues impacting bank-owned leasing and finance business in the US is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Maryland - Senior Tax Manager
Refer job# KI2T25304
 
Senior Tax Manager
The candidate will advise on sales, like-kind exchanges, disguised sales, debt-structuring, minimum gain issues, etc. Will provide tax guidance on client issues in partnership taxation. Build client relationships and leverages skills in the organization to deliver superior client service. Provide training and development of direct reports. Design a plan for execution of each engagement from planning to completion. Utilize technical proficiency to diagnose complex issues encountered and develop solutions on tax engagements. Perform extensive tax research, drafting of technical memoranda, surface review of tax returns. Attend and participate in industry specific forums and networking events. Serve as the resident expert for the Real Estate Industry Services Group and the firm on all current and proposed tax changes.

The candidate should have a B.S. degree in Accounting. CPA accreditation is required. Master's in Taxation or J.D. degree is a plus. Must have 7+ years of experience within a public accounting firm. Should have technical expertise in the following areas: real estate industry, subchapter K, S-Corporations, partnerships and other pass-through
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Maryland - Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# K9KT23435
 

Senior Corporate Counsel
The candidate will lead the company's efforts with respect to customer agreements and reseller arrangements, coordinate the company's responses from the prospect stage (including RFP responses) through contract execution and assist with respect to contract compliance on a 'go forward' basis, provide general corporate and contracts advice and analysis of company's responsibilities under its contracts, and assist in the development, drafting and implementation of new contract vehicles and arrangements in response to the company's evolving business/service delivery models. Negotiate and close contracts to meet the goals of the organization within internal and external compliance and legal parameters. Possess software licensing expertise and provide advice and counsel on related matters to other departments as needed.

The candidate should be a graduate of an accredited law school. Should be admitted into a State Bar and in good standing. Must have 7-10 years of relevant experience. Demonstrate expertise in a variety of legal areas including general contract law and software licensing arrangements. In-depth knowledge of licensing issues and the Company's products and services is necessary to recommend actions to and counsel management on the appropriate legal and contractual course of action. Working knowledge of Delaware corporate law and ability to interact with and provide advice to senior management needed. Knowledge of complex software licensing and related legal matters required. Good working knowledge of Delaware corporate law and general contract matters a must.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Maryland - Tax, Senior
Refer job# SRG323474
 
Tax, Senior
The candidate will have technical proficiency developed in tax preparation and assembly of related documentation. Will demonstrate a working knowledge of tax law including the ability to perform tax research. Take responsibility and follows through on assigned tasks. Take responsibility as well as execute and follow through on timely completion of engagement deliverables from planning to completion. Communicate with internal and external clients and follow-up with appropriate individuals. Build a broad base of internal relationships for personal benefits and personal results. Train, supervise and delegate appropriate/productive work to staff.

The candidate should have B.S. degree in Accounting. CPA accreditation is preferred. Master's in Taxation or J.D. degree is a plus. Must have 2-5 years of experience within a public accounting firm. Should have strong computer skills (MS Office Suite, CaseWare, Go Tax).
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Maryland - Tax, Manager
Refer job# Q8PD23475
 
Tax, Manager
The candidate will be responsible for the performance of tax compliance review. Will have technical proficiency developed to enable diagnoses of and solutions to complex problems encountered on tax engagements. Perform efficient and effective tax planning. Begin to develop areas of technical expertise and industry specialization. Design plan for execution of each engagement from planning to completion. Direct and control projects to ensure completion within budget and deadline. Maintain a strong working relationship with clients to enhance client satisfaction and work with client management and staff at all levels to perform tax services. Interact with key client management to make recommendations for business and process improvements. Assist partners and senior management on proposals and business development calls.

The candidate should have a B.S. degree in Accounting. CPA accreditation is required. A Master's in Taxation or J.D. degree is a plus. Must have 5-7 years of experience in public accounting firm.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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