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Senior Legal Counsel Corporate Governance And M&a

Owings Mills MD Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate Governance and M&A The candidate will provide legal advice on filings with the SEC, including Form 10-K and Proxy Statements, making determinations concerning required filings, and advising management of new disclosure requirements. Advise Senior Legal Counsel in preparing for meetings with public company board of directors, and the board of directors for entities throughout EMEA and APAC. Develop corporate governance policies and implement legal controls to help ensure sound corporate governance practices. Provide advice on best practices for management reporting to corporate boards. Provide legal advice and business counsel to the company on mergers, acquisitions and divestitures and other strategic transactions. Should have Law degree from accredited school of law and member in good standing of a state bar in the United States or licensed to practice law in the EU or U.K. Should have 9 years of related work experience. Must have in-depth knowledge of corporate governance laws and practices. Must have complex M&A legal experience. Must have knowledge of US public company reporting requirements. Strong oral and writing skills. Strong influencing and leadership skills, including decisiveness on legal issues combined with willingness to collaborate and share knowledge. Ability to interact effectively and work in partnership with a diverse group of internal and external contacts. Ability to balance the needs of individual business units with a broader understanding of the objectives of the firm as a whole. Excellent conflict management skills. Preferred: In-depth specialized knowledge of global corporate governance and merger and acquisitions laws and practices. Knowledge of Maryland corporate laws. Knowledge of international corporate laws. Knowledge of SMCR regime. Knowledge of governance for OEICs and SICAVs. Legal 9 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-13

Senior Corporate Counsel

Baltimore MD Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review, and negotiate commercial agreements, including but not limited to, SaaS subscription agreements, reseller and managed service agreements, licensing, technology partnership, and other operational agreements. Interface with internal teams to develop and negotiate a wide variety of sales, channel, partnership, support, licensing, services and marketing contracts. Draft and review merger or acquisition agreements including asset or stock purchase agreements and related transaction agreements; assist with diligence as appropriate. Review financing transaction agreements including equity issuances and loan agreements. Remain abreast of applicable laws and regulations surrounding IP, data privacy and security and implement appropriate changes to corporate policies. Create and monitor, as necessary, corporate subsidiaries to ensure their compliance with local and international operating requirements. Manage corporate governance matters including board of director actions, human resource objectives and other compliance issues. Collaborate with human resources and finance to create and manage equity and compensation plans. Assist in managing IP portfolio. Conduct periodic employee trainings on any or all of the above. Manage staff member(s) and outside counsel, as necessary.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an accredited U.S. law school. Membership in good standing with the Maryland bar. Relevant legal experience, preferably gained while practicing in a combination of corporate / commercial environments, typically obtained in 10+ years. Experience practicing both in-house and at a leading law firm is ideal. Practical experience in enterprise software, preferably SaaS, with a focus on negotiating software- or technology-related license agreements. Solid knowledge of commercial law, contract law and revenue recognition principles. Experience in cyber security or other high tech preferred especially with data privacy and security issues in the technology space. Excellent interpersonal skills, business judgement, strategic thinking, and superior work ethic.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-09

Family Law Attorney

Baltimore MD Family Law Attorney The candidate will represent clients in the area. Will assist clients with issues of Divorce, Spousal Support, Child Custody & Visitation, Child Support, Adoption, Guardianship, as well as attorneys who can obtain Restraining Orders. An active member of the Maryland State Bar is preferred. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-08

Part-Time Family Law Attorney

Baltimore MD Part-Time Family Law Attorney The candidate will represent clients in the area. Will assist clients with issues of Divorce, Spousal Support, Child Custody & Visitation, Child Support, Adoption, Guardianship, as well as attorneys who can obtain Restraining Orders. An active member of the Maryland State Bar is preferred. Legal 0 - 0 Part_time 2021-01-08

Attorney-Labor and Employment Law

Gaithersburg MD Attorney-Labor and Employment Law Duties: Provide Labor and Employment Law Counseling Provide advice and counseling to clients on a large range of employment-related matters and issues including the following: The legal risks of potential personnel actions, including disciplinary actions and terminations; Legal compliance with federal, state and local employment statutes, and serve as a subject matter expert in certain specialized areas of interest; Achieving desired employment actions while minimizing legal risk; Dealing with difficult or poorly performing employees; and Wage and Hour compliance. Manage Outside Counsel to Defend Employment Litigation Assign litigation to appropriate outside counsel; Coordinate defense with outside counsel, ensuring compliance with Employment Law Group defense practices; Provide information and documents as requested and/or which facilitate defense; Oversee litigation and provide guidance on conduct of litigation; Monitor and approve legal fees; Assist in negotiation of settlements; and Assist in trial of litigation, if necessary. Review and investigate allegations contained in letters from attorneys demanding compensation for former or current employees; Respond appropriately (in writing, orally) to all demand letters; and Where appropriate, negotiate settlements of claims in demand letters. Represent Company Before Federal and State Agencies on Matters Such as Wage and Hour Issues, FMLA Claims or OSHA Retaliation) Investigate and defend charges of unlawful conduct filed with various federal and state agencies; Provide written response, where necessary, to claims of unlawful conduct; and Represent in hearings, as necessary, on claims of unlawful conduct. Report to Executives on Formal Labor and Employment Matters Prepare quarterly reports on all formal labor and employment matters (e.g., litigation, demand letters, administrative agency matters); and Evaluate claims and provide risk analysis and liability assessment on matters. Develop Personnel Policies and Key Employment-Related Personnel Documents Assist in development of written employment policies and practices; Advise on ways to adjust to and manage exposure to new or increased legal risks, e.g., wage and hour compliance; and Assist in development of separation packages and settlement agreements, as necessary. Conduct training seminars on legal issues, including sexual harassment, equal employment opportunity, wrongful discharge, wage and hour, litigation and charge avoidance; and Provide periodic updates to clients on significant developments in the law. When requested, assist Human Resources, Operations, Security or EEO Representatives in conducting investigations, typically of discrimination or harassment claims. Assist in Defense of Administrative Discrimination Charges. Assist in strategy for defense of EEO discrimination charges, as needed; Assist in conciliation of administrative discrimination charges and assist in settlement discussion of same; and As necessary, represent before the anti-discrimination agency regarding administrative discrimination charges.

Qualifications: JD Degree. or LL.M. 3 years of experience as a practicing Attorney. Significant experience with anti-discrimination laws and wage and hour laws generally. High degree of independent judgment and responsibility. Considerable experience and expertise in labor and employment law. Proven ability to recommend creative solutions to complex business problems with employment law implications. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Capability to analyze complex written and verbal information.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-08

Securities Attorney

Baltimore MD Securities Attorney The candidate will support legal issues and regulatory matters related to a registered investment advisor, a wholesale registered broker/dealer, a trusted company, and exempt and registered investment products for the Workplace Division. Will require working closely with the operations, advice, sales, marketing, and product development teams on the application of federal and state law and regulation and SEC, DoL, and FINRA rules as they relate to the retirement business. Work on issues where analysis of legal business matters requires an evaluation of various factors and exercises judgment commensurate with experience. Review pre-existing documents and templates within the assigned practice area(s). Collaborate with pre-selected outside counsel as directed. Provide a variety of general legal services to a number of in-house constituents, primarily within the legal and compliance department, but will work with business partners with oversight under the supervision of more senior attorneys with moderate discretion to make independent decisions within predefined guidelines. Confer with business areas as directed. Participate in departmental and cross-functional working groups as directed. Examples of work: Select from pre-approved, options in template contracts; conduct legal research for a more senior attorney; assist in responding to discovery requests; review and approve certain customer correspondence (e.g., letters, advertising).

The candidate should have a JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Must have 2 years of legal experience. Must be licensed or eligible to practice in the applicable state. Should be proficient using MS Office. Experience as in-house counsel with subject matter expertise in retirement plans, collective investment trusts, and investment advisory programs is preferred.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-31

Corporate Counsel

Linthicum MD Corporate Counsel The candidate will support the Company's Missions Systems sector. Will provide a broad array of legal advice and service in support of U.S. and international government contracting as well as commercial contracting. In addition to the provision of counsel directly to executives and other business partners within the sector, responsibilities will include the supervision of outside counsel, and coordinating with various legal specialists inside the company to support litigation, internal investigations, intellectual property, export, ethics and anti-corruption, employment, and other matters impacting the business. JD from an ABA accredited law school. A member of a State Bar. 7-plus years of experience required. A record of managing complex, high-value legal matters preferred. Experience supporting clients and business partners as counsel for the US Government, in-house within the US defense and intelligence contracting community, or in private practice preferred. 2+ years of experience with U.S. Government contract law preferred. Demonstrated leadership potential preferred. An active U.S. DoD security clearance at the Secret level or higher. Eligible to obtain a U.S. Top Secret/SCI clearance. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-23

Senior Counsel, Insurance

Baltimore MD Senior Counsel, Insurance The candidate will provide support for legal issues and regulatory matters related to group and individual supplemental health and life insurance products, including issuance of policies to Employer Groups, for the Workplace Division. This role will require working closely with the operations, compliance, underwriting, sales, marketing and product development teams on the application of federal and state laws and regulations and ERISA, ACA, and HIPAA rules as they relate to the issuance and regulation of supplemental health and life insurance plans. Negotiate, draft and/or review marketing, distribution, administration, TPA, and/or vendor agreements. Provide advice regarding escalated claims and consumer complaints. Review Policy forms for new and revised Product initiatives. Respond to Departments of Insurance with Filing matters. Monitor and advise on changes in laws and regulations, particularly those related to insurance regulations, including advising on company impact and strategy. Research and review State Insurance laws and regulations. Review and approve marketing and advertising materials. Establish strong working relationships with business partners and be able to lead meetings on important business issues. Work under the supervision of a senior attorney on legal assignments that could have a substantial impact on the conduct of the company's business. Provide legal advice on State and Government inquiries that may include Market Conduct issues. Work with outside counsel on assigned legal projects. Review laws and regulations as they relate to employer groups, associations, labor unions, and other non-employer groups to ensure they comply with the state law prior to issuing policies. Review communications with insureds for legal issues. Collaborate with the Company Litigation team as needed.

he candidate should have J.D. from an ABA accredited law school. Must have 5+ years of legal experience. Should be Licensed or eligible to practice in the applicable state. Experience as in-house counsel with subject matter expertise in voluntary insurance plans, Third Party Administrator relationships, drafting and reviewing distribution agreements, reviewing legislative changes, and responding to state inquiries is preferred. Experience with Voluntary Products including supplemental health, life and disability insurance, and experience with the ACA, HIPAA & ERISA is preferred. Must have ability to effectively communicate, both written and oral, with the intended audience. Should have ability to exercise agility and adaptability in providing legal advice. Proficient using MS office.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-18

Senior Corporate Counsel (contracts)

Bowie MD Senior Corporate Counsel (Contracts) Responsibilities: Structure, draft, and negotiate complex commercial agreements with customers and partners, including technology-related agreements, professional services agreements, nondisclosure agreements and data sharing agreements. Provide legal review, advice, and support on a broad range of legal matters including strategic transactional documents, commercial contracting, licensing, quality and operations, transactional and general corporate matters. Advise internal clients on contract interpretation, dispute resolution, risk allocation and other legal matters. Provides guidance and contract interpretation to internal customers. Respond to contract related inquiries and provide guidance as a subject matter expert. Identify and evaluate contractual and legal risks of business opportunities and suggest alternatives that lead to optimal solutions. Work cross-functionally with Sales, Finance, and Operations teams to ensure that contractual terms are compliant with legal, regulatory, and company policies and risk preferences. Establish trusted advisor relationships with the business leadership team and the sales leadership team. Support sales/business teams on opportunities including support of the RFP process and contract terms requiring approval. Lead initiatives to improve contract processes, including by reducing cycle times and increasing efficiency. Educate internal business teams on contract terms, negotiation best practices, commercial implications, legal risks, etc. Maintain compliance with Company's policies, procedures and mission statement. Adhere to all confidentiality and HIPAA requirements as outlined within Company's operating policies and procedures in all ways and at all times with respect to any aspect of the data handled or services rendered in the undertaking of the position. Fulfill those responsibilities and/or duties that may be reasonably provided by Company for the purpose of achieving operational and financial success of Employer, and other duties as assigned. Take on additional assignments and responsibilities as needed; and reserve the right to change this job description from time to time as business needs dictate and will provide notice of such.

Qualifications: A minimum of eight years ? experience as a practicing attorney with at least five (5) years of experience working at a law firm, corporate legal department or similar environment. Significant experience in commercial contracting, including drafting, reviewing, negotiating and advising business partners on complex agreements. High volume commercial transactions experience with a sales-driven, software or other technology company is a plus. Ability to effectively communicate with senior management, including translating complex technical and legal issues. Exceptional business judgment, with the ability to think strategically and provide practical advice by balancing business needs with legal risks. Ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple deals and agreements. Urgency and results focus to ensure timely and appropriate response to issues raised; and Ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic environment.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-17

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.
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Principal Counsel, Enforcement (R-001519)
In-House,FINRA.
Location : Rockville Maryland United States

Job Summary: The Principal Counsel works under minimal supervision to independently resolve non-complex Enforcement matters, and to contribute substantive high quality work for large complex matters. Essential Job Functions: Resolve all t... + read more

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In-House,National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Location : Baltimore, MD, United States

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Senior Legal Counsel Corporate Governance And M&a
Refer job# QADU154511
 
Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate Governance and M&A The candidate will provide legal advice on filings with the SEC, including Form 10-K and Proxy Statements, making determinations concerning required filings, and advising management of new disclosure requirements. Advise Senior Legal Counsel in preparing for meetings with public company board of directors, and the board of directors for entities throughout EMEA and APAC. Develop corporate governance policies and implement legal controls to help ensure sound corporate governance practices. Provide advice on best practices for management reporting to corporate boards. Provide legal advice and business counsel to the company on mergers, acquisitions and divestitures and other strategic transactions. Should have Law degree from accredited school of law and member in good standing of a state bar in the United States or licensed to practice law in the EU or U.K. Should have 9 years of related work experience. Must have in-depth knowledge of corporate governance laws and practices. Must have complex M&A legal experience. Must have knowledge of US public company reporting requirements. Strong oral and writing skills. Strong influencing and leadership skills, including decisiveness on legal issues combined with willingness to collaborate and share knowledge. Ability to interact effectively and work in partnership with a diverse group of internal and external contacts. Ability to balance the needs of individual business units with a broader understanding of the objectives of the firm as a whole. Excellent conflict management skills. Preferred: In-depth specialized knowledge of global corporate governance and merger and acquisitions laws and practices. Knowledge of Maryland corporate laws. Knowledge of international corporate laws. Knowledge of SMCR regime. Knowledge of governance for OEICs and SICAVs.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NEYW154459
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review, and negotiate commercial agreements, including but not limited to, SaaS subscription agreements, reseller and managed service agreements, licensing, technology partnership, and other operational agreements. Interface with internal teams to develop and negotiate a wide variety of sales, channel, partnership, support, licensing, services and marketing contracts. Draft and review merger or acquisition agreements including asset or stock purchase agreements and related transaction agreements; assist with diligence as appropriate. Review financing transaction agreements including equity issuances and loan agreements. Remain abreast of applicable laws and regulations surrounding IP, data privacy and security and implement appropriate changes to corporate policies. Create and monitor, as necessary, corporate subsidiaries to ensure their compliance with local and international operating requirements. Manage corporate governance matters including board of director actions, human resource objectives and other compliance issues. Collaborate with human resources and finance to create and manage equity and compensation plans. Assist in managing IP portfolio. Conduct periodic employee trainings on any or all of the above. Manage staff member(s) and outside counsel, as necessary.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an accredited U.S. law school. Membership in good standing with the Maryland bar. Relevant legal experience, preferably gained while practicing in a combination of corporate / commercial environments, typically obtained in 10+ years. Experience practicing both in-house and at a leading law firm is ideal. Practical experience in enterprise software, preferably SaaS, with a focus on negotiating software- or technology-related license agreements. Solid knowledge of commercial law, contract law and revenue recognition principles. Experience in cyber security or other high tech preferred especially with data privacy and security issues in the technology space. Excellent interpersonal skills, business judgement, strategic thinking, and superior work ethic.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Family Law Attorney
Refer job# SCFP154413
 
Family Law Attorney The candidate will represent clients in the area. Will assist clients with issues of Divorce, Spousal Support, Child Custody & Visitation, Child Support, Adoption, Guardianship, as well as attorneys who can obtain Restraining Orders. An active member of the Maryland State Bar is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Part-Time Family Law Attorney
Refer job# HOQV154414
 
Part-Time Family Law Attorney The candidate will represent clients in the area. Will assist clients with issues of Divorce, Spousal Support, Child Custody & Visitation, Child Support, Adoption, Guardianship, as well as attorneys who can obtain Restraining Orders. An active member of the Maryland State Bar is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Attorney-Labor and Employment Law
Refer job# WJNN154429
 
Attorney-Labor and Employment Law Duties: Provide Labor and Employment Law Counseling Provide advice and counseling to clients on a large range of employment-related matters and issues including the following: The legal risks of potential personnel actions, including disciplinary actions and terminations; Legal compliance with federal, state and local employment statutes, and serve as a subject matter expert in certain specialized areas of interest; Achieving desired employment actions while minimizing legal risk; Dealing with difficult or poorly performing employees; and Wage and Hour compliance. Manage Outside Counsel to Defend Employment Litigation Assign litigation to appropriate outside counsel; Coordinate defense with outside counsel, ensuring compliance with Employment Law Group defense practices; Provide information and documents as requested and/or which facilitate defense; Oversee litigation and provide guidance on conduct of litigation; Monitor and approve legal fees; Assist in negotiation of settlements; and Assist in trial of litigation, if necessary. Review and investigate allegations contained in letters from attorneys demanding compensation for former or current employees; Respond appropriately (in writing, orally) to all demand letters; and Where appropriate, negotiate settlements of claims in demand letters. Represent Company Before Federal and State Agencies on Matters Such as Wage and Hour Issues, FMLA Claims or OSHA Retaliation) Investigate and defend charges of unlawful conduct filed with various federal and state agencies; Provide written response, where necessary, to claims of unlawful conduct; and Represent in hearings, as necessary, on claims of unlawful conduct. Report to Executives on Formal Labor and Employment Matters Prepare quarterly reports on all formal labor and employment matters (e.g., litigation, demand letters, administrative agency matters); and Evaluate claims and provide risk analysis and liability assessment on matters. Develop Personnel Policies and Key Employment-Related Personnel Documents Assist in development of written employment policies and practices; Advise on ways to adjust to and manage exposure to new or increased legal risks, e.g., wage and hour compliance; and Assist in development of separation packages and settlement agreements, as necessary. Conduct training seminars on legal issues, including sexual harassment, equal employment opportunity, wrongful discharge, wage and hour, litigation and charge avoidance; and Provide periodic updates to clients on significant developments in the law. When requested, assist Human Resources, Operations, Security or EEO Representatives in conducting investigations, typically of discrimination or harassment claims. Assist in Defense of Administrative Discrimination Charges. Assist in strategy for defense of EEO discrimination charges, as needed; Assist in conciliation of administrative discrimination charges and assist in settlement discussion of same; and As necessary, represent before the anti-discrimination agency regarding administrative discrimination charges.

Qualifications: JD Degree. or LL.M. 3 years of experience as a practicing Attorney. Significant experience with anti-discrimination laws and wage and hour laws generally. High degree of independent judgment and responsibility. Considerable experience and expertise in labor and employment law. Proven ability to recommend creative solutions to complex business problems with employment law implications. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Capability to analyze complex written and verbal information.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Securities Attorney
Refer job# CWCQ154252
 
Securities Attorney The candidate will support legal issues and regulatory matters related to a registered investment advisor, a wholesale registered broker/dealer, a trusted company, and exempt and registered investment products for the Workplace Division. Will require working closely with the operations, advice, sales, marketing, and product development teams on the application of federal and state law and regulation and SEC, DoL, and FINRA rules as they relate to the retirement business. Work on issues where analysis of legal business matters requires an evaluation of various factors and exercises judgment commensurate with experience. Review pre-existing documents and templates within the assigned practice area(s). Collaborate with pre-selected outside counsel as directed. Provide a variety of general legal services to a number of in-house constituents, primarily within the legal and compliance department, but will work with business partners with oversight under the supervision of more senior attorneys with moderate discretion to make independent decisions within predefined guidelines. Confer with business areas as directed. Participate in departmental and cross-functional working groups as directed. Examples of work: Select from pre-approved, options in template contracts; conduct legal research for a more senior attorney; assist in responding to discovery requests; review and approve certain customer correspondence (e.g., letters, advertising).

The candidate should have a JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Must have 2 years of legal experience. Must be licensed or eligible to practice in the applicable state. Should be proficient using MS Office. Experience as in-house counsel with subject matter expertise in retirement plans, collective investment trusts, and investment advisory programs is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# DTFT154133
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will support the Company's Missions Systems sector. Will provide a broad array of legal advice and service in support of U.S. and international government contracting as well as commercial contracting. In addition to the provision of counsel directly to executives and other business partners within the sector, responsibilities will include the supervision of outside counsel, and coordinating with various legal specialists inside the company to support litigation, internal investigations, intellectual property, export, ethics and anti-corruption, employment, and other matters impacting the business. JD from an ABA accredited law school. A member of a State Bar. 7-plus years of experience required. A record of managing complex, high-value legal matters preferred. Experience supporting clients and business partners as counsel for the US Government, in-house within the US defense and intelligence contracting community, or in private practice preferred. 2+ years of experience with U.S. Government contract law preferred. Demonstrated leadership potential preferred. An active U.S. DoD security clearance at the Secret level or higher. Eligible to obtain a U.S. Top Secret/SCI clearance.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel, Insurance
Refer job# JQNO154034
 
Senior Counsel, Insurance The candidate will provide support for legal issues and regulatory matters related to group and individual supplemental health and life insurance products, including issuance of policies to Employer Groups, for the Workplace Division. This role will require working closely with the operations, compliance, underwriting, sales, marketing and product development teams on the application of federal and state laws and regulations and ERISA, ACA, and HIPAA rules as they relate to the issuance and regulation of supplemental health and life insurance plans. Negotiate, draft and/or review marketing, distribution, administration, TPA, and/or vendor agreements. Provide advice regarding escalated claims and consumer complaints. Review Policy forms for new and revised Product initiatives. Respond to Departments of Insurance with Filing matters. Monitor and advise on changes in laws and regulations, particularly those related to insurance regulations, including advising on company impact and strategy. Research and review State Insurance laws and regulations. Review and approve marketing and advertising materials. Establish strong working relationships with business partners and be able to lead meetings on important business issues. Work under the supervision of a senior attorney on legal assignments that could have a substantial impact on the conduct of the company's business. Provide legal advice on State and Government inquiries that may include Market Conduct issues. Work with outside counsel on assigned legal projects. Review laws and regulations as they relate to employer groups, associations, labor unions, and other non-employer groups to ensure they comply with the state law prior to issuing policies. Review communications with insureds for legal issues. Collaborate with the Company Litigation team as needed.

he candidate should have J.D. from an ABA accredited law school. Must have 5+ years of legal experience. Should be Licensed or eligible to practice in the applicable state. Experience as in-house counsel with subject matter expertise in voluntary insurance plans, Third Party Administrator relationships, drafting and reviewing distribution agreements, reviewing legislative changes, and responding to state inquiries is preferred. Experience with Voluntary Products including supplemental health, life and disability insurance, and experience with the ACA, HIPAA & ERISA is preferred. Must have ability to effectively communicate, both written and oral, with the intended audience. Should have ability to exercise agility and adaptability in providing legal advice. Proficient using MS office.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel (contracts)
Refer job# MVTK153988
 
Senior Corporate Counsel (Contracts) Responsibilities: Structure, draft, and negotiate complex commercial agreements with customers and partners, including technology-related agreements, professional services agreements, nondisclosure agreements and data sharing agreements. Provide legal review, advice, and support on a broad range of legal matters including strategic transactional documents, commercial contracting, licensing, quality and operations, transactional and general corporate matters. Advise internal clients on contract interpretation, dispute resolution, risk allocation and other legal matters. Provides guidance and contract interpretation to internal customers. Respond to contract related inquiries and provide guidance as a subject matter expert. Identify and evaluate contractual and legal risks of business opportunities and suggest alternatives that lead to optimal solutions. Work cross-functionally with Sales, Finance, and Operations teams to ensure that contractual terms are compliant with legal, regulatory, and company policies and risk preferences. Establish trusted advisor relationships with the business leadership team and the sales leadership team. Support sales/business teams on opportunities including support of the RFP process and contract terms requiring approval. Lead initiatives to improve contract processes, including by reducing cycle times and increasing efficiency. Educate internal business teams on contract terms, negotiation best practices, commercial implications, legal risks, etc. Maintain compliance with Company's policies, procedures and mission statement. Adhere to all confidentiality and HIPAA requirements as outlined within Company's operating policies and procedures in all ways and at all times with respect to any aspect of the data handled or services rendered in the undertaking of the position. Fulfill those responsibilities and/or duties that may be reasonably provided by Company for the purpose of achieving operational and financial success of Employer, and other duties as assigned. Take on additional assignments and responsibilities as needed; and reserve the right to change this job description from time to time as business needs dictate and will provide notice of such.

Qualifications: A minimum of eight years ? experience as a practicing attorney with at least five (5) years of experience working at a law firm, corporate legal department or similar environment. Significant experience in commercial contracting, including drafting, reviewing, negotiating and advising business partners on complex agreements. High volume commercial transactions experience with a sales-driven, software or other technology company is a plus. Ability to effectively communicate with senior management, including translating complex technical and legal issues. Exceptional business judgment, with the ability to think strategically and provide practical advice by balancing business needs with legal risks. Ability to effectively manage and prioritize multiple deals and agreements. Urgency and results focus to ensure timely and appropriate response to issues raised; and Ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic environment.
 
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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
 

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