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General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

Bloomington MN General Counsel and Corporate Secretary The candidate will execute all job duties in alignment with core values, mission, and purpose. Act ethically, with integrity and complies legal standards to deliver an environment that promotes respect, innovation, and creativity. Encourage and foster an inclusive environment. An environment where the strengths and expertise of workforce are welcomed, amplified and exhibited in the work. Partner with company leaders to offer proactive advice, seek to understand needs, educate, and inform on best practices. Minimize risk by overseeing compliance in regard to information security, intellectual property, and business contracts. Work closely with CEO and CFO to oversee equity-related processes related to capital raises. Support the administration of our stock option program, including compliance and distribution of stock options. Anticipate and address legal matters and develop resolution strategies. Review, interpret, draft and revise customer and vendor contracts. Manage policy creation and other contract language to ensure contracts are up-to-date and adhere to the applicable state and federal regulatory statutes. Plan and execute all Board of Director meetings and committee meetings to ensure strategic plans. This will include creating an agenda and taking meeting minutes. Perform other duties as assigned (to be less than 10% of your responsibilities).

The candidate should have a law degree from an accredited law school and admission to a State Bar. Should have 5+ years of experience in an in-house counsel role. Experience working in a high-growth company, Technology industry experience (preferred). Knowledge of commercial contract terms and conditions (required). In-depth understanding of various legal issues impact on a growth stage company. Exceptional negotiation skills with the ability to navigate complex situations. Strong attention to detail and solid organizational skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Passion for supporting company growth by leveraging both a business and legal approach. Ability to translate complex legal matters. The ability to quickly pivot as needed while consistently delivering results on time .
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-12

Corporate Counsel

Richfield MN Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Drafting and negotiating commercial agreements. Advising business leaders on a wide variety of topics, including business and compliance matters, risk, Customer and vendor relationships, dispute resolution, retail sales, and service. Integrating and collaborating with business stakeholders to understand objectives. Proactively making decisions, exercising professional judgment and discretion to meet business and legal Requirements in unique or complex circumstances. Handling high volume, multiple matters simultaneously; and managing outside counsel as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school or an equivalent legal education from a foreign jurisdiction; admitted to practice law in at least one state or otherwise meet the qualifications and be registered as a foreign legal consultant in state of residence. Must be willing to become licensed and/or registered, as applicable, in MN within one year. Should have 5+ years of demonstrated work experience providing legal advice on complex commercial contracts, whether at a law firm, as corporate counsel, or in an equivalent role.

Preferred Qualifications: Goods for Resale, merchandising or retail experience. Use communication and diplomacy skills required to direct, persuade, and influence clients and cross-functional partners. Ability to evaluate complex situations using multiple information sources and provide practical advice on technical matters and business operations/ Ability to quickly develop and maintain relationships and rapport with business owners and cross-functional partners that help facilitate transactions and ongoing operations.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-06

Corporate Counsel

Richfield MN Corporate Counsel - Health Responsibilities: Draft and negotiatiecommercial agreements with clients that include Healthcare systems/providers, Senior Living Facilities and payors concerning Health s products and services that enable virtual healthcare delivery, remote patient monitoring and emergency response services. Provide healthcare regulatory advice in coordination with other legal team members while working closely with the Enterprise Risk and Compliance team and a variety of other functional areas. Provide Legal support for Health projects and initiatives. Evaluate complex situations using multiple information sources. Provide practical advice on technical matters and business operations. Quickly develop and maintain relationships and rapport with business owners and cross-functional partners that help facilitate transactions and ongoing operations. Utilize communication and direct, persuade and influence clients and cross-functional partners. Operate in a fast-moving environment with minimal supervision on critical projects;

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school and admitted to practice law in at least one state (preferably Minnesota or willingness to become licensed in Minnesota). Should have 5 years of demonstrated work experience providing legal advice on sophisticated commercial contracts.

Preferred Qualifications: Healthcare industry experience with emphasis on digital healthcare/health technology, arrangements leveraging health data, and medical device regulations (e.g., HIPAA and state privacy laws, Medicare and Medicaid participation and billing, fraud and abuse laws, anti-kickback laws, FDA medical device regulations, requirements governing clinical and applied research). Experience with technology licensing and contracts involving software as a service/platform as a service. Experience with integrating businesses following a merger, acquisition, or joint venture.
Knowledge of finance, tax, and accounting issues impacting commercial and corporate transactions.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-06

Associate Corporate Counsel

Minneapolis MN Associate Corporate Counsel ?Responsibilities: Provide advice and assistance to business leaders and project managers on a broad range of business matters, including but not limited to complex professional services, commercial, and construction client and subcontract agreements, government contracts with FAR, and DFARS flow-downs, risk management, and compliance issues. Read, review, modify and negotiate contracts/terms and conditions. A practical approach to problem-solving, the ability to translate legal issues into clear, "plain English" guidance for non-lawyers. Ensure compliance with applicable and varied state laws, policies, and regulations. Recommend best practices. Advise and participate in initiatives to establish, implement, and improve department procedures for client satisfaction. Handle additional responsibilities and duties as assigned, including general support of all Legal Team activities.

Qualifications: J.D. from accredited law school State bar admission and be in good standing in the state where the hired candidate will be practicing. 3-5 years prior experience, in-house and/or at a law firm in litigation or transactional practice. Demonstrated ability to work well with other legal team members, other divisions of Westwood, and senior management, assess legal risk, think strategically, and provide practical, sound business recommendations. Demonstrated ability to counsel senior management and business leaders. Advanced understanding of contract management and associated risk. Ability to present to all levels of management and leadership within Westwood. Team players who will roll up their sleeves and take on additional responsibilities, while also being able to work independently and think strategically. Strong attention to detail and quality of work product. Exceptional drafting, communication, analytical and interpersonal skills. Able to multi-task. Ability to work with minimal supervision and work collaboratively with several different teams daily. Embraces teamwork and values collaboration. Ability to manage competing demands. Experience in risk identification and management. Ability to travel as needed. Experience in a fast-paced, dynamic organization. Preferred Qualifications: Experience as in-house counsel with large engineering, program management, and/or construction firm. Experience in contract dispute resolution, including preparing demands/responses regarding claims, and assisting with litigation management. Experience with professional liability, general liability, pollution, and builder's risk insurance. Experience with professional services contract and subcontract negotiation. Experience reviewing contract and subcontract agreements with FAR and DFARS flow-downs. Experience with state and local public procurement procedures. Ability to draft, file, and defend construction liens.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2022-04-30

Senior Counsel - CSSB Litigation

Minneapolis MN Senior Counsel - CSSB Litigation Duties: Handle defensive litigation for Consumer and Small Business Banking. Manage a case load of complex civil actions, including (1) check and deposit disputes; (2) fraudulent wire transfer claims; (3) matters where the bank is alleged to have facilitated elder financial abuse; (4) high-value safe deposit box claims; (5) interpleaders seeking court determination as the disposition of funds; and (6) discrimination claims. Conduct research and analysis on matters pertaining to various aspects of retail banking. Provide guidance to management on legal and regulatory matters impacting business strategy and policy or claims against the Company. Proactively identify policy, legal, and regulatory matters pertaining to area of expertise, and evaluate the legal risk and impact. Independently resolve moderately complex issues and lead team to meet deliverables. Exercise considerable discretion and may serve as the primary legal contact for assigned clients. Collaborate within the department and across business and staff functions to address legal and risk issues in a manner consistent with the best interests of the Bank. Coach, mentor, and provide oversight for less experienced attorneys or staff. Lead initiatives of varying scope and complexity.

Required Qualifications: Active State Bar membership. 4+ years of Law experience, or equivalent demonstrated through one or a combination of the following: work experience, training, military experience, education. Desired Qualifications: Experience as a practicing litigation attorney representing financial institutions. Experience analyzing legal and regulatory issues related to consumer and small business banking and providing effective counsel to clients on those matters. Strong attention to detail and accuracy. Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to work effectively in a complex environment with a high degree of collaboration. Effective in building partnerships, functioning well with project teams, and working for the success of the team.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-28

Attorney - Parametric (legal And Compliance)

Minneapolis MN Attorney - Parametric (Legal and Compliance) Duties: Work closely with legal, investment and business development professionals to draft and negotiate contracts such as investment management agreements and derivatives related agreements. Collaborate with other attorneys within's Legal and Compliance Division on a wide range of legal matters related to the investment management industry. Work side-by-side with business partners to support Parametric products, clients, and initiatives Assist other legal team members and the Parametric business team with matters relating to private investment funds. Other related projects as requested.

Qualifications: JD Degree and 3-6 years related experience at a law firm or financial services company. Demonstrated experience drafting a range of complex agreements. Knowledge of some or all of the following: Investment Advisers Act of 1940, Commodity Exchange Act, National Futures Association rules, Investment Company Act of 1940, Securities Act of 1933, Dodd-Frank Act, and Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. Ability to analyze and solve problems and achieve results using sound judgment. Ability to work as a member of a team, and to build productive relationships with a broad set of legal and business partners. Ability to work well in a fast-paced and dynamic environment, which may involve handling many tasks simultaneously. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Experience with futures, options and/or OTC derivatives a plus.
Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2022-04-27

Deputy General Counsel - Consumer And Small Business Banking

Minneapolis MN Deputy General Counsel - Consumer And Small Business Banking Duties: Take ownership of legal matters and work as a team with others to present comprehensive, informed, practical legal advice. Develop relationships with key stakeholders and an understanding of business objectives, operational and technological capabilities relevant to business strategy, and legal advice; use influence, expertise, and communications skills to advance outcomes. Drive financial performance consistent with strategic objectives and risk framework to meet company performance goals. Execute's highest priority commitments and advance its strategy. Lead the advancement of D&I efforts across the company by driving actions to deliver against company commitments. Accurately and transparently escalate and explain relevant legal matters and trends to senior executives, the Operating Committee, the Board of Directors, and regulators. Advance Operational Excellence in key legal, process, and operational activities. Operate with the highest levels of ethics and integrity.

Qualifications: 10+ years of Legal experience, or equivalent demonstrated through one or a combination of the following: work experience, training, military experience, education. 5+ years of management experience. Active State Bar membership or the equivalent in a country outside the United States. Have deep experience with consumer and small business banking, including deposits, small business lending, bank operations, and UDAAP. Have significant management and leadership experience. Desired Qualifications: 4+ years of representing financial services firms in banking regulatory, transactional activities, or significant regulatory experience. Experience working with regulatory agencies with responsibility for supervision of functions supported by the Division. Demonstrated experience managing large-scale, complex legal matters for Consumer and Small Business Banking businesses. Proven client relationship and interpersonal skills at the senior executive level, including the ability to provide valuable and trusted advice to clients and colleagues on legal and regulatory questions. Highly developed organizational savvy and executive intelligence. Excellent written and oral communication and negotiation skills. Experience leading large and varied cross-enterprise legal support projects and driving results. Proven ability to (i) adapt quickly to a changing or crisis environment while building relationships and negotiating for desired outcomes, (ii) work under pressure to meet tight deadlines, (iii) understand complex business activities and operations, (iv) prioritize among competing demands, and (v) develop and maintain relationships of trust with business leaders. Experience leading business legal reviews and remediation efforts. Proven ability to lead a legal team and business unit clients through strategic change. Demonstrated ability to effectively represent client interests.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-21

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

Minnesota - Vice President of Health Policy

Minnetonka MN Vice President of Health Policy
The candidate will serve as Health Reform, Affordable Care Act (ACA), and general health policy subject matter expert for company. Will understand key provisions of the law and regulations and communicate business impact and opportunities to Community and State health plan and functional leads on a regular basis. Create and lead a small team focused on health reform implementation for Community and State that assures compliance with ACA, and develop, evolve and execute a comprehensive work plan for health reform readiness in 2013 and 2014. Represent Community and State on broader Group reform readiness and policy development issues, notably health insurance exchange strategy and implementation with the Employer and Individual team, and ACA policy development with all Group business segments. Support health plans in advocacy to states on strategies to deploy ACA. Regularly engage, educate and monitor the progress of key business partners (e.g. benefit operations, network development, etc.) to support a successful implementation of the ACA Medicaid expansion in 2014. Create and update a policy analysis capability within Community and State as it relates to the ACA with particular focus on Medicaid expansion options under the ACA, the tax on insurers and the intersection between Medicaid and the Exchanges. Work closely with Group Government Affairs on policy development and execution. Represent Community and State with external health policy groups, legislators, and regulators to advocate for favorable market conditions and market expansion opportunities. Perform similar functions for Community and State related to other future health care policies and regulations. Report to the Chief of Staff for Community and State.

The candidate should have an undergraduate degree or equivalent experience. Law degree and prior policy or legislative experience strongly preferred. Must have 10+ years of experience working with or advising on Healthcare Government programs with 5+ years of experience in legal, legislative, or public policy domains. Knowledge of the political and rule making process needed. Experience working in politics or government is an asset. Travel may be required.
Legal 10 - 15 Full-time 2013-03-08
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Senior Counsel
In-House,Blackbaud, Inc.
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Senior Counsel The candidate will be responsible for a wide range of legal matters which may include mergers and acquisitions and other strategic transactions, corporate finance transactions and related matters, SEC compliance and corporate governan... + read more

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General Counsel and Corporate Secretary
Refer job# XGJH168012
 
General Counsel and Corporate Secretary The candidate will execute all job duties in alignment with core values, mission, and purpose. Act ethically, with integrity and complies legal standards to deliver an environment that promotes respect, innovation, and creativity. Encourage and foster an inclusive environment. An environment where the strengths and expertise of workforce are welcomed, amplified and exhibited in the work. Partner with company leaders to offer proactive advice, seek to understand needs, educate, and inform on best practices. Minimize risk by overseeing compliance in regard to information security, intellectual property, and business contracts. Work closely with CEO and CFO to oversee equity-related processes related to capital raises. Support the administration of our stock option program, including compliance and distribution of stock options. Anticipate and address legal matters and develop resolution strategies. Review, interpret, draft and revise customer and vendor contracts. Manage policy creation and other contract language to ensure contracts are up-to-date and adhere to the applicable state and federal regulatory statutes. Plan and execute all Board of Director meetings and committee meetings to ensure strategic plans. This will include creating an agenda and taking meeting minutes. Perform other duties as assigned (to be less than 10% of your responsibilities).

The candidate should have a law degree from an accredited law school and admission to a State Bar. Should have 5+ years of experience in an in-house counsel role. Experience working in a high-growth company, Technology industry experience (preferred). Knowledge of commercial contract terms and conditions (required). In-depth understanding of various legal issues impact on a growth stage company. Exceptional negotiation skills with the ability to navigate complex situations. Strong attention to detail and solid organizational skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Passion for supporting company growth by leveraging both a business and legal approach. Ability to translate complex legal matters. The ability to quickly pivot as needed while consistently delivering results on time .
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TIDA167911
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Drafting and negotiating commercial agreements. Advising business leaders on a wide variety of topics, including business and compliance matters, risk, Customer and vendor relationships, dispute resolution, retail sales, and service. Integrating and collaborating with business stakeholders to understand objectives. Proactively making decisions, exercising professional judgment and discretion to meet business and legal Requirements in unique or complex circumstances. Handling high volume, multiple matters simultaneously; and managing outside counsel as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school or an equivalent legal education from a foreign jurisdiction; admitted to practice law in at least one state or otherwise meet the qualifications and be registered as a foreign legal consultant in state of residence. Must be willing to become licensed and/or registered, as applicable, in MN within one year. Should have 5+ years of demonstrated work experience providing legal advice on complex commercial contracts, whether at a law firm, as corporate counsel, or in an equivalent role.

Preferred Qualifications: Goods for Resale, merchandising or retail experience. Use communication and diplomacy skills required to direct, persuade, and influence clients and cross-functional partners. Ability to evaluate complex situations using multiple information sources and provide practical advice on technical matters and business operations/ Ability to quickly develop and maintain relationships and rapport with business owners and cross-functional partners that help facilitate transactions and ongoing operations.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# IYMB167912
 
Corporate Counsel - Health Responsibilities: Draft and negotiatiecommercial agreements with clients that include Healthcare systems/providers, Senior Living Facilities and payors concerning Health s products and services that enable virtual healthcare delivery, remote patient monitoring and emergency response services. Provide healthcare regulatory advice in coordination with other legal team members while working closely with the Enterprise Risk and Compliance team and a variety of other functional areas. Provide Legal support for Health projects and initiatives. Evaluate complex situations using multiple information sources. Provide practical advice on technical matters and business operations. Quickly develop and maintain relationships and rapport with business owners and cross-functional partners that help facilitate transactions and ongoing operations. Utilize communication and direct, persuade and influence clients and cross-functional partners. Operate in a fast-moving environment with minimal supervision on critical projects;

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA-accredited law school and admitted to practice law in at least one state (preferably Minnesota or willingness to become licensed in Minnesota). Should have 5 years of demonstrated work experience providing legal advice on sophisticated commercial contracts.

Preferred Qualifications: Healthcare industry experience with emphasis on digital healthcare/health technology, arrangements leveraging health data, and medical device regulations (e.g., HIPAA and state privacy laws, Medicare and Medicaid participation and billing, fraud and abuse laws, anti-kickback laws, FDA medical device regulations, requirements governing clinical and applied research). Experience with technology licensing and contracts involving software as a service/platform as a service. Experience with integrating businesses following a merger, acquisition, or joint venture.
Knowledge of finance, tax, and accounting issues impacting commercial and corporate transactions.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# RGTL167748
 
Associate Corporate Counsel ?Responsibilities: Provide advice and assistance to business leaders and project managers on a broad range of business matters, including but not limited to complex professional services, commercial, and construction client and subcontract agreements, government contracts with FAR, and DFARS flow-downs, risk management, and compliance issues. Read, review, modify and negotiate contracts/terms and conditions. A practical approach to problem-solving, the ability to translate legal issues into clear, "plain English" guidance for non-lawyers. Ensure compliance with applicable and varied state laws, policies, and regulations. Recommend best practices. Advise and participate in initiatives to establish, implement, and improve department procedures for client satisfaction. Handle additional responsibilities and duties as assigned, including general support of all Legal Team activities.

Qualifications: J.D. from accredited law school State bar admission and be in good standing in the state where the hired candidate will be practicing. 3-5 years prior experience, in-house and/or at a law firm in litigation or transactional practice. Demonstrated ability to work well with other legal team members, other divisions of Westwood, and senior management, assess legal risk, think strategically, and provide practical, sound business recommendations. Demonstrated ability to counsel senior management and business leaders. Advanced understanding of contract management and associated risk. Ability to present to all levels of management and leadership within Westwood. Team players who will roll up their sleeves and take on additional responsibilities, while also being able to work independently and think strategically. Strong attention to detail and quality of work product. Exceptional drafting, communication, analytical and interpersonal skills. Able to multi-task. Ability to work with minimal supervision and work collaboratively with several different teams daily. Embraces teamwork and values collaboration. Ability to manage competing demands. Experience in risk identification and management. Ability to travel as needed. Experience in a fast-paced, dynamic organization. Preferred Qualifications: Experience as in-house counsel with large engineering, program management, and/or construction firm. Experience in contract dispute resolution, including preparing demands/responses regarding claims, and assisting with litigation management. Experience with professional liability, general liability, pollution, and builder's risk insurance. Experience with professional services contract and subcontract negotiation. Experience reviewing contract and subcontract agreements with FAR and DFARS flow-downs. Experience with state and local public procurement procedures. Ability to draft, file, and defend construction liens.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel - CSSB Litigation
Refer job# HTJD167693
 
Senior Counsel - CSSB Litigation Duties: Handle defensive litigation for Consumer and Small Business Banking. Manage a case load of complex civil actions, including (1) check and deposit disputes; (2) fraudulent wire transfer claims; (3) matters where the bank is alleged to have facilitated elder financial abuse; (4) high-value safe deposit box claims; (5) interpleaders seeking court determination as the disposition of funds; and (6) discrimination claims. Conduct research and analysis on matters pertaining to various aspects of retail banking. Provide guidance to management on legal and regulatory matters impacting business strategy and policy or claims against the Company. Proactively identify policy, legal, and regulatory matters pertaining to area of expertise, and evaluate the legal risk and impact. Independently resolve moderately complex issues and lead team to meet deliverables. Exercise considerable discretion and may serve as the primary legal contact for assigned clients. Collaborate within the department and across business and staff functions to address legal and risk issues in a manner consistent with the best interests of the Bank. Coach, mentor, and provide oversight for less experienced attorneys or staff. Lead initiatives of varying scope and complexity.

Required Qualifications: Active State Bar membership. 4+ years of Law experience, or equivalent demonstrated through one or a combination of the following: work experience, training, military experience, education. Desired Qualifications: Experience as a practicing litigation attorney representing financial institutions. Experience analyzing legal and regulatory issues related to consumer and small business banking and providing effective counsel to clients on those matters. Strong attention to detail and accuracy. Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to work effectively in a complex environment with a high degree of collaboration. Effective in building partnerships, functioning well with project teams, and working for the success of the team.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Attorney - Parametric (legal And Compliance)
Refer job# MVSQ167654
 
Attorney - Parametric (Legal and Compliance) Duties: Work closely with legal, investment and business development professionals to draft and negotiate contracts such as investment management agreements and derivatives related agreements. Collaborate with other attorneys within's Legal and Compliance Division on a wide range of legal matters related to the investment management industry. Work side-by-side with business partners to support Parametric products, clients, and initiatives Assist other legal team members and the Parametric business team with matters relating to private investment funds. Other related projects as requested.

Qualifications: JD Degree and 3-6 years related experience at a law firm or financial services company. Demonstrated experience drafting a range of complex agreements. Knowledge of some or all of the following: Investment Advisers Act of 1940, Commodity Exchange Act, National Futures Association rules, Investment Company Act of 1940, Securities Act of 1933, Dodd-Frank Act, and Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974. Ability to analyze and solve problems and achieve results using sound judgment. Ability to work as a member of a team, and to build productive relationships with a broad set of legal and business partners. Ability to work well in a fast-paced and dynamic environment, which may involve handling many tasks simultaneously. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Experience with futures, options and/or OTC derivatives a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Deputy General Counsel - Consumer And Small Business Banking
Refer job# VKXI167424
 
Deputy General Counsel - Consumer And Small Business Banking Duties: Take ownership of legal matters and work as a team with others to present comprehensive, informed, practical legal advice. Develop relationships with key stakeholders and an understanding of business objectives, operational and technological capabilities relevant to business strategy, and legal advice; use influence, expertise, and communications skills to advance outcomes. Drive financial performance consistent with strategic objectives and risk framework to meet company performance goals. Execute's highest priority commitments and advance its strategy. Lead the advancement of D&I efforts across the company by driving actions to deliver against company commitments. Accurately and transparently escalate and explain relevant legal matters and trends to senior executives, the Operating Committee, the Board of Directors, and regulators. Advance Operational Excellence in key legal, process, and operational activities. Operate with the highest levels of ethics and integrity.

Qualifications: 10+ years of Legal experience, or equivalent demonstrated through one or a combination of the following: work experience, training, military experience, education. 5+ years of management experience. Active State Bar membership or the equivalent in a country outside the United States. Have deep experience with consumer and small business banking, including deposits, small business lending, bank operations, and UDAAP. Have significant management and leadership experience. Desired Qualifications: 4+ years of representing financial services firms in banking regulatory, transactional activities, or significant regulatory experience. Experience working with regulatory agencies with responsibility for supervision of functions supported by the Division. Demonstrated experience managing large-scale, complex legal matters for Consumer and Small Business Banking businesses. Proven client relationship and interpersonal skills at the senior executive level, including the ability to provide valuable and trusted advice to clients and colleagues on legal and regulatory questions. Highly developed organizational savvy and executive intelligence. Excellent written and oral communication and negotiation skills. Experience leading large and varied cross-enterprise legal support projects and driving results. Proven ability to (i) adapt quickly to a changing or crisis environment while building relationships and negotiating for desired outcomes, (ii) work under pressure to meet tight deadlines, (iii) understand complex business activities and operations, (iv) prioritize among competing demands, and (v) develop and maintain relationships of trust with business leaders. Experience leading business legal reviews and remediation efforts. Proven ability to lead a legal team and business unit clients through strategic change. Demonstrated ability to effectively represent client interests.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
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.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
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.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Minnesota - Vice President of Health Policy
Refer job# 5Z2G25825
 
Vice President of Health Policy
The candidate will serve as Health Reform, Affordable Care Act (ACA), and general health policy subject matter expert for company. Will understand key provisions of the law and regulations and communicate business impact and opportunities to Community and State health plan and functional leads on a regular basis. Create and lead a small team focused on health reform implementation for Community and State that assures compliance with ACA, and develop, evolve and execute a comprehensive work plan for health reform readiness in 2013 and 2014. Represent Community and State on broader Group reform readiness and policy development issues, notably health insurance exchange strategy and implementation with the Employer and Individual team, and ACA policy development with all Group business segments. Support health plans in advocacy to states on strategies to deploy ACA. Regularly engage, educate and monitor the progress of key business partners (e.g. benefit operations, network development, etc.) to support a successful implementation of the ACA Medicaid expansion in 2014. Create and update a policy analysis capability within Community and State as it relates to the ACA with particular focus on Medicaid expansion options under the ACA, the tax on insurers and the intersection between Medicaid and the Exchanges. Work closely with Group Government Affairs on policy development and execution. Represent Community and State with external health policy groups, legislators, and regulators to advocate for favorable market conditions and market expansion opportunities. Perform similar functions for Community and State related to other future health care policies and regulations. Report to the Chief of Staff for Community and State.

The candidate should have an undergraduate degree or equivalent experience. Law degree and prior policy or legislative experience strongly preferred. Must have 10+ years of experience working with or advising on Healthcare Government programs with 5+ years of experience in legal, legislative, or public policy domains. Knowledge of the political and rule making process needed. Experience working in politics or government is an asset. Travel may be required.
 
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