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International Attorney

Minneapolis MN International Attorney The candidate will provide excellent advice and guidance to clients and colleagues on a variety of legal matters. They build trusting relationships that allow the business to make well-informed decisions. Successful candidates for positions in the Law Division also work to attract, retain, and develop great people in an inclusive environment where each person is valued for the distinct skills and attributes they bring to the group. They contribute to the excellence of the Law Division through meaningful collaboration, participation in the community, and investment in the development of the department. Should be an experienced commercial attorney to support its Corporate and Commercial Banking business lines, principally International Banking. Responsibilities will include counseling the business line on legal issues, drafting and negotiating legal documents, and drafting and maintaining form documents. Experience with standby and documentary letters of credit and other trade products, international financial institutions, and/or supply chain finance is desirable, but qualified attorneys with other relevant experience are also encouraged to apply. Should have Law degree. Licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate state bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority. Should preferably have 5+ years of experience with commercial transactions. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Ability to collaborate effectively with stakeholders throughout Bank. Ability to work with minimal supervision and exercise independent judgment and discretion. Strong commitment to client service. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-20

LIBOR Counsel - Global Corporate Trust

Saint Paul MN LIBOR Counsel - Global Corporate Trust The candidate will be responsible for legal issues affecting Bank's Global Corporate Trust and Custody (GCTC) division when the Bank is acting in a trustee, agent or other representative capacity. Will counsel the business line and assist in negotiations related to LIBOR language in indentures, pooling and servicing agreements, agency agreements and related governing documents. Interpret SEC, OCC, and other relevant laws and regulations. Provide advice on account level and bondholder issues. Advise business line management regarding legal and risk issues related to LIBOR. Attend meetings and conference calls with internal parties, outside counsel, and industry participants related to LIBOR matters. Work with each of the GCTC business lines involved with LIBOR matters as well as with Bank's litigation department.

The candidate should have a Law degree and be licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate State Bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority. Should preferably have 5+ years of experience with public finance, corporate finance, and structured finance transactions (including CLO/CDOs). Experience representing indenture trustees and agents in drafting, reviewing and negotiating indentures, pooling and servicing agreements, agency agreements and related governing documents is required. Experience with the legal and regulatory issues affecting fiduciaries and agents in the context of corporate trusteeships is desired. Background in representing financial institutions and fiduciaries is helpful. Strong public speaking skills are required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-20

LIBOR Counsel - Global Corporate Trust

Minneapolis MN LIBOR Counsel - Global Corporate Trust The candidate will be responsible for legal issues affecting Bank's Global Corporate Trust and Custody (GCTC) division when the Bank is acting in a trustee, agent or other representative capacity. Will counsel the business line and assist in negotiations related to LIBOR language in indentures, pooling and servicing agreements, agency agreements and related governing documents. Interpret SEC, OCC, and other relevant laws and regulations. Provide advice on account level and bondholder issues. Advise business line management regarding legal and risk issues related to LIBOR. Attend meetings and conference calls with internal parties, outside counsel, and industry participants related to LIBOR matters. Work with each of the GCTC business lines involved with LIBOR matters as well as with Bank's litigation department.

The candidate should have a Law degree and be licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate State Bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority. Should preferably have 5+ years of experience with public finance, corporate finance, and structured finance transactions (including CLO/CDOs). Experience representing indenture trustees and agents in drafting, reviewing and negotiating indentures, pooling and servicing agreements, agency agreements and related governing documents is required. Experience with the legal and regulatory issues affecting fiduciaries and agents in the context of corporate trusteeships is desired. Background in representing financial institutions and fiduciaries is helpful. Strong public speaking skills are required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-20

Assistant General Counsel Corporate Payment Systems

Minneapolis MN Assistant General Counsel Corporate Payment Systems The candidate will provide excellent advice and guidance to clients and colleagues on a variety of legal matters. Will work to attract, retain, and develop great people in an inclusive environment where each person is valued for the distinct skills and attributes they bring to the group. Will participate in the community, and investment in the development of the department. Will provide legal support related to Banks various corporate charge card programs, including its travel and expense card and purchasing card programs, its aviation and fleet card networks, and its freight payment solutions. Provide legal counsel in connection with the negotiation and drafting of contracts with Banks customers, vendors and partners in the charge card arena. Provide legal counsel to the CPS relationship managers in matters such as interpreting contract language, considering strategic alternatives, and advising on possible defaults and remedial options. Will work with outside legal counsel and other professional advisors regarding new product initiatives, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and technology driven advancements. Will be responsible for interpretation, application and revision of various CPS policies and procedures. Supervise and mentor junior level attorney supporting the CPS division. Will interact with the CPS contract negotiator team.

The candidate should have Law degree. Should be licensed in good standing to practice law in at least one jurisdiction. Should preferably have 7+ years of experience at either a law firm or in-house corporate environment. Prior experience in the payments or card product sectors is an advantage. In-depth knowledge of commercial contracts, financial services and the operating environment of financial institutions will be preferred. Should preferably have comfort with and interest in working on a variety of legal matters relating to cutting edge payment technologies, able to work on a diverse mix of matters with minimal supervision, able to timely exercise independent legal judgment and discretion to reach an appropriate business and risk-oriented outcome, excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills, strong commitment to client service.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-19

Senior Corporate Counsel Prepaid Card

Minneapolis MN \Senior Corporate Counsel Prepaid Card The Candidate will be responsible for providing legal counsel in connection with the negotiation and drafting of contracts with U.S. Banks and FSVs customers, vendors and partners, including reviewing RFP responses, in the Prepaid card space. Providing legal counsel to the Prepaid relationship managers in matters such as interpreting contract language, considering strategic alternatives, reviewing and advising on product and process changes, and advising on possible defaults and remedial options. Working with outside legal counsel and other professional advisors regarding new product initiatives and technology driven advancements. Interpretation, application and revision of various Prepaid policies and procedures.

The candidate should have Law degree. Licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate state bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority with 5+ years of experience at either a law firm or in-house corporate environment. In-depth knowledge of commercial contracts, financial services and the operating environment of financial institutions. Prior experience in the payments or card product sectors, with knowledge of regulatory regime governing consumer cards and payment network operating rules is strongly preferred. Comfort with and interest in working on a variety of legal matters relating to cutting edge payment technologies. Ability to work on a diverse mix of matters with minimal supervision. Ability to timely exercise independent legal judgment and discretion to reach an appropriate business and risk-oriented outcome. Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills. Strong commitment to client service.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-19

Counsel IV - Privacy

Minneapolis MN Counsel IV - Privacy The candidate will work closely with company's Global Privacy Office on a variety of state, federal and global privacy issues. Will provide privacy legal support to other attorneys in the legal department who represent and counsel key internal business units across company such as: community banking; consumer lending; payments, virtual solutions, and innovation; wealth and investment management; and wholesale banking. Assess risk in telemarketing, email marketing, affiliate sharing, secondary use of consumer reports, credit scores, fraud scores, and other model-based scores, and adverse action. Support business groups in marketing campaigns, prescreened offers, affiliate sharing arrangements, cross-selling, joint marketing relationships, and advertising that use or collect personal consumer information. Be proficient with online and mobile privacy laws, including consumer notice and disclosure requirements. Draft and analyze customer terms and conditions, contracts with third parties, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy and the FCRA. Analyze legislation and proposed regulations, and guide businesses in operational and practical impact and implications; be a prolific communicator and advocate in legislative developments and regulatory rulemaking. Represent company where appropriate and beneficial in industry trade groups. Advise risk managers and compliance managers in the above areas and support them in the development of practical processes that control risk and ensure compliance. Gather information in a fast-paced business environment, understand business needs and goals, and work with intensity toward effective, practical, and timely legal solutions.

The candidate must have active State Bar membership. Must have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney OR 6+ years of experience as a practicing attorney and 2+ years of legal-related experience in one or a combination of the following areas: risk, compliance, contracts, government, regulatory, financial services, or technology. Should preferably have 10+ years of relevant legal experience (as described above) working in a financial services corporate law department or law firm. Extensive experience conducting research and providing counsel and guidance regarding complex legal issues is desired. Should have in-depth knowledge of, and experience analyzing and applying, state, federal, and global laws and corporate policies related to privacy, especially financial privacy, including state laws and regulations related to telemarketing and email marketing. Should also have in-depth knowledge and experience analyzing and applying laws, regulations and corporate policies related to: the FCRA and its application to financial institutions, including requirements added to the FCRA by the FACT Act; privacy laws, including GLBA and state privacy laws (e.g., CCPA); and FCC and FTC consumer privacy rules, including TCPA and UDAAP. Must have strong contract drafting skills, including significant experience: structuring, negotiating and drafting contracts involving U.S. and global (e.g., GDPR) privacy matters; creating and maintaining contract templates and playbooks to mitigate legal and business risk, and to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of legal contract support; and building strong relationships with clients to ensure the contracting process generates positive client experiences and goodwill. Experience analyzing laws, contract terms and conditions, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy, consumer credit reporting, telemarketing, and email marketing is required. Experience researching, analyzing, and advising on global privacy laws is needed. Should be familiar with laws related to e-commerce, mobile commerce, and information security. Must have solid experience educating, advising, and counseling senior levels of management. Ability to analyze legal and regulatory issues in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters is preferred. Knowledge of legal, technical and operational issues affecting an enterprise records management program is desired. Knowledge and experience with consumer and commercial banking laws is an asset. Should be accustomed to working with global operations and risk management teams in a multinational corporate environment across diverse time zones. Application Deadline: April 15, 2020.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-18

Counsel III - Privacy

Minneapolis MN Counsel III - Privacy The candidate will work closely with company's Global Privacy Office on a variety of state, federal and global privacy issues. Will provide privacy legal support to other attorneys in the Legal Department who represent and counsel key internal business units across company such as: Community Banking; Consumer Lending; Payments, Virtual Solutions, and Innovation; Wealth and Investment Management; and Wholesale Banking. Assess risk in telemarketing, email marketing, affiliate sharing, secondary use of consumer reports, credit scores, fraud scores, and other model-based scores, and adverse action. Support business groups in marketing campaigns, prescreened offers, affiliate sharing arrangements, cross-selling, joint marketing relationships, and advertising that use or collect personal consumer information. Draft and analyze customer terms and conditions, contracts with third parties, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy and the FCRA. Analyze legislation and proposed regulations, and guide businesses in operational and practical impact and implications; be a prolific communicator and advocate in legislative developments and regulatory rulemaking; and represent company where appropriate and beneficial in industry trade groups. Work with global operations and risk management teams in a multinational corporate environment across diverse time zones. Advise risk managers and compliance managers in the above areas and support them in the development of practical processes that control risk and ensure compliance.

The candidate should have active State Bar membership and 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Should preferably have 6+ years of relevant legal experience working in a financial services corporate law department or law firm. Must have in-depth knowledge of, and experience analyzing and applying, state, federal, and global laws and corporate policies related to privacy, especially financial privacy, including state laws and regulations related to telemarketing and email marketing. Should also have in-depth knowledge and experience analyzing and applying laws, regulations and corporate policies related to: the FCRA and its application to financial institutions, including requirements added to the FCRA by the FACT Act; privacy laws, including GLBA and state privacy laws (e.g., CCPA); and FCC and FTC consumer privacy rules, including TCPA and UDAAP. Must be proficient with online and mobile privacy laws, including consumer notice and disclosure requirements. Should also have experience analyzing laws, contract terms and conditions, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy, consumer credit reporting, telemarketing, and email marketing. Should have experience researching, analyzing, and advising on global privacy laws. Must be familiar with laws related to e-commerce, mobile commerce, and information security. Should have solid experience educating, advising, and counseling senior levels of management. Ability to analyze legal and regulatory issues in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters is desired. Extensive experience conducting research and providing counsel and guidance regarding complex legal issues is ideal. Knowledge of legal, technical and operational issues affecting an enterprise records management program is an asset. Knowledge and experience with consumer and commercial banking laws is a plus. Application Deadline: April 12, 2020.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-15

Corporate Counsel

Bloomington MN Corporate Counsel - Responsibilities: Responsible for providing proactive legal counsel on a variety of legal issues under U.S. and Canadian law, including legal obligations involving privacy, security, data transfers, and data protection. Will include: counsel for risk management in marketing, business intelligence and technology initiatives; drafting, reviewing, and negotiating vendor contract terms with an emphasis on legal obligations in privacy, security, and technology; establishing and maintaining a company-wide Information Privacy Program, overseeing the implementation, education and maintenance of company-wide contract management and document management systems, and supporting the crisis management team, Critical Incident Response Planning, crisis calls, and processes, including safety and security.

Qualifications: JD Degree and 3-5 years of experience in a legal environment with increasing responsibility, Certificate in Cybersecurity and Privacy Law, International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Certified Information Privacy Professional CIPP/US designation, CIPP/Canada designation and Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) designation or a combination of education and experience providing equivalent knowledge. Experience leading key initiatives involving change management is a plus. Knowledge of United States federal, state, and Canadian provincial laws pertaining to technology, accessibility, intellectual property, marketing and advertising and the ability to accurately apply these regulations to company policies, agreements, websites and other documents. Current knowledge and accreditation in federal and state privacy laws in the United States (CIPP/US) and Canada (CIPP/C) and monitoring of changes in information privacy regulations to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance. Current knowledge and accreditation in privacy program management (CIPM). Experience prioritizing work and providing advice under deadlines. Business judgment and client counseling experience. Ability to comprehend complex legal materials, analyze information and recommend viable solutions. Ability to effectively develop and consistently apply and enforce policies and systems related to franchisees. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in written and verbal communications. Knowledge of and skill in using application software in a PC environment including Microsoft Office, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Ability to plan for and direct the work of staff, develop staff to their full potential, and create an environment which encourages creativity and commitment to results. Knowledge of and ability to apply policies, systems, practices and precedents used within the organization to manage employees relative to recruitment, retention, motivation, rewards, discipline, development and separation.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-03-12

Minnesota - Attorney III - Securities Regulatory Attorney

Minneapolis MN Attorney III - Securities Regulatory Attorney
The candidate will provide legal support for monitoring and interpretation of securities and banking laws and regulations impacting the Wholesale and Wealth Management business units. Will monitor and analyze regulatory developments and initiatives affecting Bank's platform, and advising affected business lines as appropriate.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school, strong academic credentials, and be admitted to at least one State Bar. Must have 5+ years of experience with strong knowledge of securities and certain banking laws, rules and regulations (including the Securities Acts, the Investment Advisers Act, trust laws, and municipal finance). Recent practical experience with Dodd Frank related rulemaking is also helpful.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2013-03-19

Minnesota - Patent Attorney

Jackson MN Patent Attorney
The candidate will support the Director Intellectual Property North America in all aspects of intellectual property across company (including all brands and manufacturing sites in NA) with particular emphasis on creating patent rights and general intellectual property counseling to the AGCO group of businesses. Will be responsible for: creating patent rights, counseling on IP matters, minimizing infringement risk of third party IP, and asserting company's IP. Draft and prosecute patent applications.

The candidate should have an engineering background with experience in mechanical or electrical patent drafting. Should be a qualified Patent Attorney with USPTO. Must have 5-10 years of experience as a patent attorney with either a law firm or as an in-house patent attorney. Engineering background with experience in mechanical or electrical patent drafting required. Should have knowledge of all aspects of IP law and procedure in key jurisdictions including the USA and Europe. Should also have knowledge of current products, engineering strategy/functions and roadmap for each business within the group. Knowledge of the overall industry by monitoring competitor's IP portfolios and marketing activity needed.
Legal 10 - 15 Full-time 2013-03-15
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International Attorney
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International Attorney The candidate will provide excellent advice and guidance to clients and colleagues on a variety of legal matters. They build trusting relationships that allow the business to make well-informed decisions. Successful candidates for positions in the Law Division also work to attract, retain, and develop great people in an inclusive environment where each person is valued for the distinct skills and attributes they bring to the group. They contribute to the excellence of the Law Division through meaningful collaboration, participation in the community, and investment in the development of the department. Should be an experienced commercial attorney to support its Corporate and Commercial Banking business lines, principally International Banking. Responsibilities will include counseling the business line on legal issues, drafting and negotiating legal documents, and drafting and maintaining form documents. Experience with standby and documentary letters of credit and other trade products, international financial institutions, and/or supply chain finance is desirable, but qualified attorneys with other relevant experience are also encouraged to apply. Should have Law degree. Licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate state bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority. Should preferably have 5+ years of experience with commercial transactions. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Ability to collaborate effectively with stakeholders throughout Bank. Ability to work with minimal supervision and exercise independent judgment and discretion. Strong commitment to client service.
 
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LIBOR Counsel - Global Corporate Trust
Refer job# ORZF148971
 
LIBOR Counsel - Global Corporate Trust The candidate will be responsible for legal issues affecting Bank's Global Corporate Trust and Custody (GCTC) division when the Bank is acting in a trustee, agent or other representative capacity. Will counsel the business line and assist in negotiations related to LIBOR language in indentures, pooling and servicing agreements, agency agreements and related governing documents. Interpret SEC, OCC, and other relevant laws and regulations. Provide advice on account level and bondholder issues. Advise business line management regarding legal and risk issues related to LIBOR. Attend meetings and conference calls with internal parties, outside counsel, and industry participants related to LIBOR matters. Work with each of the GCTC business lines involved with LIBOR matters as well as with Bank's litigation department.

The candidate should have a Law degree and be licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate State Bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority. Should preferably have 5+ years of experience with public finance, corporate finance, and structured finance transactions (including CLO/CDOs). Experience representing indenture trustees and agents in drafting, reviewing and negotiating indentures, pooling and servicing agreements, agency agreements and related governing documents is required. Experience with the legal and regulatory issues affecting fiduciaries and agents in the context of corporate trusteeships is desired. Background in representing financial institutions and fiduciaries is helpful. Strong public speaking skills are required.
 
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LIBOR Counsel - Global Corporate Trust
Refer job# IPHB148972
 
LIBOR Counsel - Global Corporate Trust The candidate will be responsible for legal issues affecting Bank's Global Corporate Trust and Custody (GCTC) division when the Bank is acting in a trustee, agent or other representative capacity. Will counsel the business line and assist in negotiations related to LIBOR language in indentures, pooling and servicing agreements, agency agreements and related governing documents. Interpret SEC, OCC, and other relevant laws and regulations. Provide advice on account level and bondholder issues. Advise business line management regarding legal and risk issues related to LIBOR. Attend meetings and conference calls with internal parties, outside counsel, and industry participants related to LIBOR matters. Work with each of the GCTC business lines involved with LIBOR matters as well as with Bank's litigation department.

The candidate should have a Law degree and be licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate State Bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority. Should preferably have 5+ years of experience with public finance, corporate finance, and structured finance transactions (including CLO/CDOs). Experience representing indenture trustees and agents in drafting, reviewing and negotiating indentures, pooling and servicing agreements, agency agreements and related governing documents is required. Experience with the legal and regulatory issues affecting fiduciaries and agents in the context of corporate trusteeships is desired. Background in representing financial institutions and fiduciaries is helpful. Strong public speaking skills are required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Assistant General Counsel Corporate Payment Systems
Refer job# WTIC148942
 
Assistant General Counsel Corporate Payment Systems The candidate will provide excellent advice and guidance to clients and colleagues on a variety of legal matters. Will work to attract, retain, and develop great people in an inclusive environment where each person is valued for the distinct skills and attributes they bring to the group. Will participate in the community, and investment in the development of the department. Will provide legal support related to Banks various corporate charge card programs, including its travel and expense card and purchasing card programs, its aviation and fleet card networks, and its freight payment solutions. Provide legal counsel in connection with the negotiation and drafting of contracts with Banks customers, vendors and partners in the charge card arena. Provide legal counsel to the CPS relationship managers in matters such as interpreting contract language, considering strategic alternatives, and advising on possible defaults and remedial options. Will work with outside legal counsel and other professional advisors regarding new product initiatives, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and technology driven advancements. Will be responsible for interpretation, application and revision of various CPS policies and procedures. Supervise and mentor junior level attorney supporting the CPS division. Will interact with the CPS contract negotiator team.

The candidate should have Law degree. Should be licensed in good standing to practice law in at least one jurisdiction. Should preferably have 7+ years of experience at either a law firm or in-house corporate environment. Prior experience in the payments or card product sectors is an advantage. In-depth knowledge of commercial contracts, financial services and the operating environment of financial institutions will be preferred. Should preferably have comfort with and interest in working on a variety of legal matters relating to cutting edge payment technologies, able to work on a diverse mix of matters with minimal supervision, able to timely exercise independent legal judgment and discretion to reach an appropriate business and risk-oriented outcome, excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills, strong commitment to client service.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Prepaid Card
Refer job# MHLR148943
 
\Senior Corporate Counsel Prepaid Card The Candidate will be responsible for providing legal counsel in connection with the negotiation and drafting of contracts with U.S. Banks and FSVs customers, vendors and partners, including reviewing RFP responses, in the Prepaid card space. Providing legal counsel to the Prepaid relationship managers in matters such as interpreting contract language, considering strategic alternatives, reviewing and advising on product and process changes, and advising on possible defaults and remedial options. Working with outside legal counsel and other professional advisors regarding new product initiatives and technology driven advancements. Interpretation, application and revision of various Prepaid policies and procedures.

The candidate should have Law degree. Licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate state bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority with 5+ years of experience at either a law firm or in-house corporate environment. In-depth knowledge of commercial contracts, financial services and the operating environment of financial institutions. Prior experience in the payments or card product sectors, with knowledge of regulatory regime governing consumer cards and payment network operating rules is strongly preferred. Comfort with and interest in working on a variety of legal matters relating to cutting edge payment technologies. Ability to work on a diverse mix of matters with minimal supervision. Ability to timely exercise independent legal judgment and discretion to reach an appropriate business and risk-oriented outcome. Excellent written, oral and interpersonal communication skills. Strong commitment to client service.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel IV - Privacy
Refer job# HHVW148915
 
Counsel IV - Privacy The candidate will work closely with company's Global Privacy Office on a variety of state, federal and global privacy issues. Will provide privacy legal support to other attorneys in the legal department who represent and counsel key internal business units across company such as: community banking; consumer lending; payments, virtual solutions, and innovation; wealth and investment management; and wholesale banking. Assess risk in telemarketing, email marketing, affiliate sharing, secondary use of consumer reports, credit scores, fraud scores, and other model-based scores, and adverse action. Support business groups in marketing campaigns, prescreened offers, affiliate sharing arrangements, cross-selling, joint marketing relationships, and advertising that use or collect personal consumer information. Be proficient with online and mobile privacy laws, including consumer notice and disclosure requirements. Draft and analyze customer terms and conditions, contracts with third parties, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy and the FCRA. Analyze legislation and proposed regulations, and guide businesses in operational and practical impact and implications; be a prolific communicator and advocate in legislative developments and regulatory rulemaking. Represent company where appropriate and beneficial in industry trade groups. Advise risk managers and compliance managers in the above areas and support them in the development of practical processes that control risk and ensure compliance. Gather information in a fast-paced business environment, understand business needs and goals, and work with intensity toward effective, practical, and timely legal solutions.

The candidate must have active State Bar membership. Must have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney OR 6+ years of experience as a practicing attorney and 2+ years of legal-related experience in one or a combination of the following areas: risk, compliance, contracts, government, regulatory, financial services, or technology. Should preferably have 10+ years of relevant legal experience (as described above) working in a financial services corporate law department or law firm. Extensive experience conducting research and providing counsel and guidance regarding complex legal issues is desired. Should have in-depth knowledge of, and experience analyzing and applying, state, federal, and global laws and corporate policies related to privacy, especially financial privacy, including state laws and regulations related to telemarketing and email marketing. Should also have in-depth knowledge and experience analyzing and applying laws, regulations and corporate policies related to: the FCRA and its application to financial institutions, including requirements added to the FCRA by the FACT Act; privacy laws, including GLBA and state privacy laws (e.g., CCPA); and FCC and FTC consumer privacy rules, including TCPA and UDAAP. Must have strong contract drafting skills, including significant experience: structuring, negotiating and drafting contracts involving U.S. and global (e.g., GDPR) privacy matters; creating and maintaining contract templates and playbooks to mitigate legal and business risk, and to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of legal contract support; and building strong relationships with clients to ensure the contracting process generates positive client experiences and goodwill. Experience analyzing laws, contract terms and conditions, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy, consumer credit reporting, telemarketing, and email marketing is required. Experience researching, analyzing, and advising on global privacy laws is needed. Should be familiar with laws related to e-commerce, mobile commerce, and information security. Must have solid experience educating, advising, and counseling senior levels of management. Ability to analyze legal and regulatory issues in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters is preferred. Knowledge of legal, technical and operational issues affecting an enterprise records management program is desired. Knowledge and experience with consumer and commercial banking laws is an asset. Should be accustomed to working with global operations and risk management teams in a multinational corporate environment across diverse time zones. Application Deadline: April 15, 2020.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Counsel III - Privacy
Refer job# DGDS148885
 
Counsel III - Privacy The candidate will work closely with company's Global Privacy Office on a variety of state, federal and global privacy issues. Will provide privacy legal support to other attorneys in the Legal Department who represent and counsel key internal business units across company such as: Community Banking; Consumer Lending; Payments, Virtual Solutions, and Innovation; Wealth and Investment Management; and Wholesale Banking. Assess risk in telemarketing, email marketing, affiliate sharing, secondary use of consumer reports, credit scores, fraud scores, and other model-based scores, and adverse action. Support business groups in marketing campaigns, prescreened offers, affiliate sharing arrangements, cross-selling, joint marketing relationships, and advertising that use or collect personal consumer information. Draft and analyze customer terms and conditions, contracts with third parties, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy and the FCRA. Analyze legislation and proposed regulations, and guide businesses in operational and practical impact and implications; be a prolific communicator and advocate in legislative developments and regulatory rulemaking; and represent company where appropriate and beneficial in industry trade groups. Work with global operations and risk management teams in a multinational corporate environment across diverse time zones. Advise risk managers and compliance managers in the above areas and support them in the development of practical processes that control risk and ensure compliance.

The candidate should have active State Bar membership and 5+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Should preferably have 6+ years of relevant legal experience working in a financial services corporate law department or law firm. Must have in-depth knowledge of, and experience analyzing and applying, state, federal, and global laws and corporate policies related to privacy, especially financial privacy, including state laws and regulations related to telemarketing and email marketing. Should also have in-depth knowledge and experience analyzing and applying laws, regulations and corporate policies related to: the FCRA and its application to financial institutions, including requirements added to the FCRA by the FACT Act; privacy laws, including GLBA and state privacy laws (e.g., CCPA); and FCC and FTC consumer privacy rules, including TCPA and UDAAP. Must be proficient with online and mobile privacy laws, including consumer notice and disclosure requirements. Should also have experience analyzing laws, contract terms and conditions, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy, consumer credit reporting, telemarketing, and email marketing. Should have experience researching, analyzing, and advising on global privacy laws. Must be familiar with laws related to e-commerce, mobile commerce, and information security. Should have solid experience educating, advising, and counseling senior levels of management. Ability to analyze legal and regulatory issues in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters is desired. Extensive experience conducting research and providing counsel and guidance regarding complex legal issues is ideal. Knowledge of legal, technical and operational issues affecting an enterprise records management program is an asset. Knowledge and experience with consumer and commercial banking laws is a plus. Application Deadline: April 12, 2020.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WDWA148836
 
Corporate Counsel - Responsibilities: Responsible for providing proactive legal counsel on a variety of legal issues under U.S. and Canadian law, including legal obligations involving privacy, security, data transfers, and data protection. Will include: counsel for risk management in marketing, business intelligence and technology initiatives; drafting, reviewing, and negotiating vendor contract terms with an emphasis on legal obligations in privacy, security, and technology; establishing and maintaining a company-wide Information Privacy Program, overseeing the implementation, education and maintenance of company-wide contract management and document management systems, and supporting the crisis management team, Critical Incident Response Planning, crisis calls, and processes, including safety and security.

Qualifications: JD Degree and 3-5 years of experience in a legal environment with increasing responsibility, Certificate in Cybersecurity and Privacy Law, International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Certified Information Privacy Professional CIPP/US designation, CIPP/Canada designation and Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) designation or a combination of education and experience providing equivalent knowledge. Experience leading key initiatives involving change management is a plus. Knowledge of United States federal, state, and Canadian provincial laws pertaining to technology, accessibility, intellectual property, marketing and advertising and the ability to accurately apply these regulations to company policies, agreements, websites and other documents. Current knowledge and accreditation in federal and state privacy laws in the United States (CIPP/US) and Canada (CIPP/C) and monitoring of changes in information privacy regulations to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance. Current knowledge and accreditation in privacy program management (CIPM). Experience prioritizing work and providing advice under deadlines. Business judgment and client counseling experience. Ability to comprehend complex legal materials, analyze information and recommend viable solutions. Ability to effectively develop and consistently apply and enforce policies and systems related to franchisees. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in written and verbal communications. Knowledge of and skill in using application software in a PC environment including Microsoft Office, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Ability to plan for and direct the work of staff, develop staff to their full potential, and create an environment which encourages creativity and commitment to results. Knowledge of and ability to apply policies, systems, practices and precedents used within the organization to manage employees relative to recruitment, retention, motivation, rewards, discipline, development and separation.
 
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Minnesota - Attorney III - Securities Regulatory Attorney
Refer job# R45G25920
 
Attorney III - Securities Regulatory Attorney
The candidate will provide legal support for monitoring and interpretation of securities and banking laws and regulations impacting the Wholesale and Wealth Management business units. Will monitor and analyze regulatory developments and initiatives affecting Bank's platform, and advising affected business lines as appropriate.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school, strong academic credentials, and be admitted to at least one State Bar. Must have 5+ years of experience with strong knowledge of securities and certain banking laws, rules and regulations (including the Securities Acts, the Investment Advisers Act, trust laws, and municipal finance). Recent practical experience with Dodd Frank related rulemaking is also helpful.
 
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Minnesota - Patent Attorney
Refer job# 68QR25883
 
Patent Attorney
The candidate will support the Director Intellectual Property North America in all aspects of intellectual property across company (including all brands and manufacturing sites in NA) with particular emphasis on creating patent rights and general intellectual property counseling to the AGCO group of businesses. Will be responsible for: creating patent rights, counseling on IP matters, minimizing infringement risk of third party IP, and asserting company's IP. Draft and prosecute patent applications.

The candidate should have an engineering background with experience in mechanical or electrical patent drafting. Should be a qualified Patent Attorney with USPTO. Must have 5-10 years of experience as a patent attorney with either a law firm or as an in-house patent attorney. Engineering background with experience in mechanical or electrical patent drafting required. Should have knowledge of all aspects of IP law and procedure in key jurisdictions including the USA and Europe. Should also have knowledge of current products, engineering strategy/functions and roadmap for each business within the group. Knowledge of the overall industry by monitoring competitor's IP portfolios and marketing activity needed.
 
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