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Attorney (Health Care)

Bloomington MN Attorney (Health Care) Duties: Provide in-depth analysis and legal advice to clients in select business units, consistent with the organizations risk tolerance. Conduct factual inquiries and identify legal issues. Conduct legal research and analysis. Develop and recommend legal strategy and compliant solutions for business challenges in the health insurance industry. Negotiate, draft, review and revise agreements and a variety of other legal documents. Represent and advocate for HealthPartners and its related organizations before a variety of agencies and/or regulatory bodies. Work collaboratively within assigned team, the department, and as part of interdisciplinary teams. Work independently with assigned clients and projects. Actively develop additional areas of expertise; act as backup in multiple substantive areas. Support significant corporate transactions. Manage outside counsel as needed. Model HealthPartners values of excellence, compassion, partnership, and integrity. Perform other duties as assigned by Deputy General Counsel and General Counsel.

QUALIFICATIONS: Law Degree from an accredited school with strong academic credentials. Current license to practice; must be admitted to Minnesota Courts within 6 months or as determined by the General Counsel. 3 years of legal experience advising health care delivery entities. Strong communication skills. Experience in the some or all of the following areas: transactions, contracting (professional services, vendor, IS&T), anti-trust, tax exemption, privacy, Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement, regulatory compliance, and medical staff or other experience in the health care industry which would support HealthPartners mission and vision. Excellent computer skills in Microsoft Windows and electronic document management environments. Must possess a working knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and an ability to adapt to new and emerging technologies.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-08

Privacy/regulatory Counsel (in House)

Roseville MN Privacy/Regulatory Counsel (In house) The candidate will build strong relationship with internal and external customer, utilizing your legal expertise to provide practical advice while achieving business results. - Legal, Vice President Subject matter expert for global data privacy, including knowledge and experience working and advising on the General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ), the California Consumer Privacy Act ( CCPA ), and related laws and regulations. Responsibility for regulatory compliance related to the development and offering of technology products and services in the highly regulated areas of consumer credit and insurance, including advising on fair lending and anti-discrimination, marketing and advertising, and consumer protection, with a focus on the Fair Credit Reporting Act ( FCRA ), the Equal Credit Opportunity Act ( ECOA ), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act ( TCPA ), and related laws and regulations. Responsibility for various other compliance matters, including export control, global sanctions screening and compliance, anti-bribery and corruption, and third party management. Responsibility for maintaining the companys policies related to all areas of regulatory compliance. Should have Juris Doctor degree. Licensed to practice law and in good standing in Minnesota or California. Experience practicing law, preferably with a large law firm and/or large internal corporate legal department,. 5+ years of experience with global data privacy laws and regulations. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-08

Attorney Senior - Regulatory and Compliance

Eden Prairie MN Attorney Senior - Regulatory and Compliance The candidate will provide legal advice and handle Company-wide regulatory compliance matters pertaining to USDA/FDA/FTC/CPSC and applicable state laws and regulations around food and product safety, labeling, claims, and marketing/advertising; FCPA and export controls; OSHA; ADA; regulatory inspections; licensing/permits; and potentially hazardous waste management and/or other environmental compliance matters. Developing regulatory compliance policies and procedures as needed. Develop and provide legal training and communications to business partners on specific compliance obligations. Interact with federal and state regulatory agencies as needed (e.g., responding to inquiries, inspection observations, and enforcement actions). Manage litigation matters as needed, where the subject matter touches on regulatory compliance issues. Perform complex fact gathering and legal research with minimal supervision, and oversee other associates performing these tasks. Organize and supervise complex projects, develop results-oriented strategies, and monitor results. Negotiate complex matters with outside parties. Work with and monitor outside counsel. Independently performs and oversee high-level, sophisticated legal work, often involving complex fact gathering, research, negotiations and drafting. Oversee critical functions in the Legal Department. Assist in creating and executing Department policies. Assist in department planning and oversight, such as budgeting, setting goals and reporting accomplishments. Provide legal training to department associates and other Company functions. Provide expert legal assistance and advice to other functions. Select, oversee and monitor effectiveness of outside counsel. Complex projects will involve specialized knowledge and may include antitrust matters; governmental investigations; pharmacy law; and Company-wide compliance. Performs other relevant job duties as required.

The candidate must have J.D. degree and admission in good standing to practice law in at least one state. Should have 8+ years of experience working at a law firm and/or in-house law department. Knowledge and experience in working with regulatory agencies; specific experience with FDA and/or USDA a plus. Must have understanding of the wholesale / grocery industry and regulatory environment; previous experience in food law and/or representing food distribution companies a plus. Experience with any Canadian laws and regulations for food distribution companies a plus. Should have ability to identify issues and provide legal and regulatory compliance advice on non-routine matters with minimal supervision. Must have superior written and oral communication skills, with the ability to articulate positions, provide direction, and communicate effectively at all levels of the Company. Must have strong interpersonal and teamwork skills; ability to positively influence within and outside the Company.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07

Corporate Contracts Counsel

Golden Valley MN Corporate Contracts Counsel The candidate will support firm's global business, legal and compliance initiatives as a member of the legal team drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts. Will provide the full scope of legal support to firm'ss indirect sourcing and I.T teams, which includes drafting, reviewing, and negotiating agreements and advising on the areas of commercial and manufacturing related transactions, sourcing, digital platforms, intellectual property, risk and anti-trust. Provide effective and pragmatic counsel regarding digital and e-commerce issues; draft, review, and negotiate digital, e-commerce, I.T. (cloud/service/storage agreements, etc.), intellectual property and marketing related agreements. Draft, manage and negotiate distributor agreements with customers across firm's business unit product lines. Draft and negotiate contracts with all manners of third party vendors for supply of services and goods to firm's in compliance with internal Delegation of Authority and contract management guidelines. Assist with tracking of customer and supplier compliance with firm's compliance programs. Participate in the development and implementation of procedures for contract negotiation, contract management and administration as well as tools to enhance the process, throughput, document retention, and sharing of best practices. Perform contractual and administrative requirements that are complex and varied in nature, usually requiring some originality, ingenuity, and degree of technical skill. Provide training to company business partners on various contracting, risk management, legal, and compliance topics. Support the broader legal team as requested; perform special projects and support continuous improvement of legal department standard work, knowledge management and processes. Support policy and process coordination among all constituencies, including enterprise, business unit and regional legal teams, finance and accounting teams, customers and vendors. Effectively manage the work and expense of external law firms where outside expertise is appropriate.

The candidate should have earned a Juris Doctor from an accredited law school of recognized standing and currently licensed to practice law in the United States. 5 years of demonstrated legal experience in commercial law/contracts preferred. Must have experience drafting and negotiating complex contracts. Must have experience effectively managing commercial transactions, deals and disputes. Background in digital, e-commerce, software, and intellectual property is plus. International law and foreign language experience is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07

ERISA/Executive Compensation Attorney / Labor & Employment Attorney in Minneapolis, MN

Minneapolis MN Benefits Advisory and Compliance Consultant The candidate will drive superior, consistent project management for concurrent BAC projects. Translate business needs into comprehensive project plans including objectives, timeline, deliverables, budget and quality standards; Serve as the day to day project lead, ensuring the progress of teams against established goals. Serve as primary, daily contact to clients on delivery of services. Manage client expectations and raise appropriate issues to Senior Consultants and Client Relationship Managers. Develop a trusted advisor relationship with client contacts through efficient, quality execution of projects, effective communication, and value added consulting advice. Interface with colleagues from other practices and regions on assignments that reflect the client s broader business issues. Provide core compliance services including non-discrimination testing, operational reviews and government filings, including determination letter and corrections applications. Administer plan documentation efforts (forms, amendments, restatements, SPD s, SMM s). Review and analyze clients qualified and non-qualified benefit plans. Contribute to the resolution of clients legal and regulatory issues. Consult with clients on issues of plan qualification and fiduciary responsibility. Coordinate communications, data flow and related work streams with vendors. Assist in the tracking and interpretation of legal developments, both internally and with clients, on all aspects of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), ERISA, and other relevant laws as they affect employee benefit plans. Partner with leading legal, actuarial and financial consultants across the US to create and apply our intellectual capital to consulting projects. Follow firm and line of business processes, protocols and quality standards in the development and deployment of solutions. Meet revenue and billable hour goals as described by manager. Support the generation of new business as part of the broader team. Participate in prospecting opportunities with new clients as part of a broader team. Directly contribute to clients success through applying your technical expertise. Build relationships internally and collaborate effectively on cross-functional teams. Demonstrate natural ease and effectiveness when dealing with clients/colleagues at all levels. Serve as mentor to project team associates.

The candidate must have 5+ years of experience in employee benefits or retirement consulting with a focus on compliance, plan administration, or recordkeeping. Prior experience in professional services firm or legal environment preferred. Should have experience and success delivering compliance solutions to corporate and not-for-profit organizations (e.g. plan governance, government filings, plan documentation, testing, vendor management). Extensive knowledge of and experience with 401(k), 403(b) and/or defined benefit plans is necessary. Must have deep knowledge of IRC, ERISA and other relevant laws and regulations affecting employee benefit plans. Should have proven experience successfully managing multiple projects and producing quality deliverables on time and within budget. Should be comfortable interacting with and presenting to professionals at all levels within various organizations (internal and external clients, vendors, other consultants and counsel). Must have proven ability to recognize and diagnose issues and work in teams to influence clients decision making. Undergraduate degree required; JD degree and/or post graduate is helpful.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-01

Legal And Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel

Minneapolis MN Legal and Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel The candidate will be responsible to prepare board resolutions, presentations and other board materials relating to company transactions, annual meetings, share plan operations and related matters; and otherwise support the board and committee meeting material preparation and distribution process. Aid in the preparation of the company's filings with, and other matters concerning, the SEC (including filings on Forms 10-Q, 10-K and 8-K, Section 16 filings, no action letters and similar items). Aid in the preparation of the company's annual proxy/information statements, manage directors' & officers' questionnaires and participate in the planning of and preparation for shareholder meetings. Assist with Irish corporate law filings and NYSE compliance matters, including with regard to director independence and related party transactions. Review the company's websites and other communications for compliance with SEC and other regulations. Research current topics within the areas of corporate law, securities and finance; prepare memoranda for internal distribution and education of these developments. Respond to internal inquiries related to SEC compliance and corporate secretarial matters. Provide support for other corporate transactions, as needed. Help to organize and manage the team's internal databases of research and filing information. Develop internal guidelines, toolkits, policies and packaged knowledge on various legal and business issues. Manage both in-house and outside legal resources.

The candidate must have J.D. from an accredited law school. 4+ years of legal experience managing securities compliance and corporate governance matters in a law firm or fast-paced corporate legal department is necessary. Proven ability to efficiently manage and contribute to significant numbers of projects simultaneously is preferred. In-house experience is beneficial. Experience or interest in working with international corporate and regulatory compliance issues, specifically Irish corporate law is an asset.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-28

Corporate Counsel

Minneapolis MN Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Provide strategic direction for the Associations litigation advocacy and compliance offerings; Set priorities and implement innovative solutions to assist the Associations membership through advocacy and with their compliance obligations; Maintain a high-level of understanding of the litigation and compliance environment of the credit and collection industry and the Association membership; Proactively review legal complaints filed against industry members; Determine appropriate litigation matters for which Association support is advisable and manage outside counsel in connection with such litigation; Research and monitor case law impacting the accounts receivable management industry; Drive the development and enhancement of metrics and key performance indicators to monitor success toward the strategic plan; develop and produce reporting to be delivered to the Board, committees and the entire membership; Serve as staff liaison to appropriate Board committee(s), including the Judicial Committee and the MAP Committee; Collaborate with leadership of other functional areas and engage in cross-functional teams in order to achieve strategic success; Coordinate and disseminate information among the Associations departments, programs, and membership regarding litigation advocacy and compliance tools and information; Develop, write and edit content for the Associations educational materials and publications; Educate the Associations membership by speaking at seminars and on webinars, authoring articles for publication, and providing guidance to the Associations members relative to litigation issues and concerns and compliance obligations; Provide direction and leadership to a team of compliance professionals and create an environment that fosters individual and team growth and success; Provide support to General Counsel on a wide variety of corporate legal matters, which may include: intellectual property, employment, corporate transaction, business entity, tax, political activity, governance, and other matters; Participate in special projects and perform other functions as requested and assigned; and Travel to meetings/seminars/events. Must have JD degree from an accredited law school; superior academic credentials preferred. Should have 8-10 years of litigation experience in financial services industry. Must have currently licensed to practice law in Minnesota or able to be admitted. Should have superior writing and presentation skills. Must have knowledge of substantive and procedural laws and regulations relating to issues impacting the credit and collection industry. Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2019-11-18

Privacy Senior Counsel

Saint Paul MN Privacy Senior Counsel Duties: Provide legal support and counseling on privacy and data security issues. Routinely interact with management, business areas (including line of business privacy officers), in-house and outside counsel. Provide legal advice in connection with cybersecurity incidents and incident preparedness. Provide legal advice in connection with laws regulating the use and protection of personal information, including CCPA, NY DFS, GLBA, HIPAA, GDPR, and other state privacy and data security laws and regulations. Advise on the development, application and enforcement of information security policies. Collaborate with contract attorneys, procurement, and cybersecurity team in assessing service providers and negotiating contractual provisions with service providers regarding safeguarding of personal information and notification requirements. Assist in develop privacy standards based on new and emerging privacy legislation. Represent enterprise privacy function throughout the business to ensure that the company is maintaining a consistent approach regarding applicable cybersecurity and privacy laws. Represent the company on industry committees and trade groups regarding privacy and cybersecurity matters, including emerging laws and regulations. Help drive the continued development and implementation of training and awareness campaigns regarding privacy and cybersecurity matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent International legal degree; graduate of an accredited law school. 7+ years of prior legal experience. Active license to practice law in the state(s) in which representation is required. 5-8 years of experience in privacy and cybersecurity law. Significant working knowledge of state, federal and international privacy laws, such as GDPR, CCPA, NY DFS, GLBA, HIPAA and other state laws. Experience interacting with state regulators regarding cybersecurity incidents or other matters involving privacy and data security.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-18

Legal Counsel- Employment and Commercial Law

Minneapolis MN Legal Counsel- Employment and Commercial Law The candidate will be responsible for advising in-house clients on compliance with employment and employee benefit laws and regulations. Serve as the primary legal advisor to the global sourcing team and will be responsible for devising and implementing risk-based supplier programs and policies. Possess expertise in US (50 States and Federal) Employment Laws and Regulations. Working knowledge/familiarity with same in rest of North America. Provide legal advice to assure compliance with specific HR regulations and laws (e.g., ADA, FMLA, FSLA, EEOC etc.). Provide or supervise training on workplace behavior expectations. Provide advice to HR on process improvement and assist in implementing new HR systems and/or policies. Provide assistance with employee on-boarding and off-boarding, review and advise on non-compete issues, draft and work on separation/severance release agreements. Ability to manage outside counsel when needed to assure legal and regulatory compliance outside US. Direct and, as appropriate, participate in investigations of employee misconduct and assist HR in determining appropriate disciplinary action. Respond to and/or manage outside counsel in responding to EEOC and other regulatory agencies. Supervise litigation and provide support to outside counsel. Draft commercial agreements with various suppliers, vendors, consultants, independent contractors, business partners (domestic and international). Assist with contract negotiations and terminations. Provide legal review of, and advise on interpretations of, commercial contracts. Assist with commercial contract dispute resolution. Oversee and approve edits to product warranty statements. Provide secondary support to senior counsel in Americas and other global regions on general commercial matters. Provide assistance to other members of legal team as directed. Provide legal advice on employee benefit and ERISA plans. Review consulting agreements with vendors and individuals to assure compliance with IRS rules and Affordable Care Act requirements. Coordinate with EPL insurer, attend meetings with insurer and issue required reports.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate Degree. Should have 6+ years of experience as a lawyer specializing in employment and benefits law and commercial legal matters. Law firm and in-house experience preferred. Should have demonstrated ability to clearly and succinctly deliver legal advice both orally and in writing to business partners. Must have experience handling regulatory and/or litigated employment matters, with a preference for someone who has also overseen such matters internationally. Should have experience handling transactional work on a variety of standard business agreements domestically, with a preference for someone who has also worked on commercial matters internationally. Experience selecting, supervising, and managing outside counsel is strongly preferred.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-15

Criminal / Civil Attorney

Minneapolis MN Criminal / Civil Attorney The candidate should be a member in good standing with the Bar. Can represent clients throughout your county and surrounding counties. Amenable to providing unbundled legal services as well as full case representation to clients under a flat fee structure. Willing to provide transactional legal services and/or travel to courthouses for some of the clients. License: Active member of a State Bar (Preferred). Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-15
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Attorney (Health Care)
Refer job# BDNI147460
 
Attorney (Health Care) Duties: Provide in-depth analysis and legal advice to clients in select business units, consistent with the organizations risk tolerance. Conduct factual inquiries and identify legal issues. Conduct legal research and analysis. Develop and recommend legal strategy and compliant solutions for business challenges in the health insurance industry. Negotiate, draft, review and revise agreements and a variety of other legal documents. Represent and advocate for HealthPartners and its related organizations before a variety of agencies and/or regulatory bodies. Work collaboratively within assigned team, the department, and as part of interdisciplinary teams. Work independently with assigned clients and projects. Actively develop additional areas of expertise; act as backup in multiple substantive areas. Support significant corporate transactions. Manage outside counsel as needed. Model HealthPartners values of excellence, compassion, partnership, and integrity. Perform other duties as assigned by Deputy General Counsel and General Counsel.

QUALIFICATIONS: Law Degree from an accredited school with strong academic credentials. Current license to practice; must be admitted to Minnesota Courts within 6 months or as determined by the General Counsel. 3 years of legal experience advising health care delivery entities. Strong communication skills. Experience in the some or all of the following areas: transactions, contracting (professional services, vendor, IS&T), anti-trust, tax exemption, privacy, Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement, regulatory compliance, and medical staff or other experience in the health care industry which would support HealthPartners mission and vision. Excellent computer skills in Microsoft Windows and electronic document management environments. Must possess a working knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and an ability to adapt to new and emerging technologies.
 
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Privacy/regulatory Counsel (in House)
Refer job# PHEV147462
 
Privacy/Regulatory Counsel (In house) The candidate will build strong relationship with internal and external customer, utilizing your legal expertise to provide practical advice while achieving business results. - Legal, Vice President Subject matter expert for global data privacy, including knowledge and experience working and advising on the General Data Protection Regulation ( GDPR ), the California Consumer Privacy Act ( CCPA ), and related laws and regulations. Responsibility for regulatory compliance related to the development and offering of technology products and services in the highly regulated areas of consumer credit and insurance, including advising on fair lending and anti-discrimination, marketing and advertising, and consumer protection, with a focus on the Fair Credit Reporting Act ( FCRA ), the Equal Credit Opportunity Act ( ECOA ), the Telephone Consumer Protection Act ( TCPA ), and related laws and regulations. Responsibility for various other compliance matters, including export control, global sanctions screening and compliance, anti-bribery and corruption, and third party management. Responsibility for maintaining the companys policies related to all areas of regulatory compliance. Should have Juris Doctor degree. Licensed to practice law and in good standing in Minnesota or California. Experience practicing law, preferably with a large law firm and/or large internal corporate legal department,. 5+ years of experience with global data privacy laws and regulations.
 
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Attorney Senior - Regulatory and Compliance
Refer job# EDQD147432
 
Attorney Senior - Regulatory and Compliance The candidate will provide legal advice and handle Company-wide regulatory compliance matters pertaining to USDA/FDA/FTC/CPSC and applicable state laws and regulations around food and product safety, labeling, claims, and marketing/advertising; FCPA and export controls; OSHA; ADA; regulatory inspections; licensing/permits; and potentially hazardous waste management and/or other environmental compliance matters. Developing regulatory compliance policies and procedures as needed. Develop and provide legal training and communications to business partners on specific compliance obligations. Interact with federal and state regulatory agencies as needed (e.g., responding to inquiries, inspection observations, and enforcement actions). Manage litigation matters as needed, where the subject matter touches on regulatory compliance issues. Perform complex fact gathering and legal research with minimal supervision, and oversee other associates performing these tasks. Organize and supervise complex projects, develop results-oriented strategies, and monitor results. Negotiate complex matters with outside parties. Work with and monitor outside counsel. Independently performs and oversee high-level, sophisticated legal work, often involving complex fact gathering, research, negotiations and drafting. Oversee critical functions in the Legal Department. Assist in creating and executing Department policies. Assist in department planning and oversight, such as budgeting, setting goals and reporting accomplishments. Provide legal training to department associates and other Company functions. Provide expert legal assistance and advice to other functions. Select, oversee and monitor effectiveness of outside counsel. Complex projects will involve specialized knowledge and may include antitrust matters; governmental investigations; pharmacy law; and Company-wide compliance. Performs other relevant job duties as required.

The candidate must have J.D. degree and admission in good standing to practice law in at least one state. Should have 8+ years of experience working at a law firm and/or in-house law department. Knowledge and experience in working with regulatory agencies; specific experience with FDA and/or USDA a plus. Must have understanding of the wholesale / grocery industry and regulatory environment; previous experience in food law and/or representing food distribution companies a plus. Experience with any Canadian laws and regulations for food distribution companies a plus. Should have ability to identify issues and provide legal and regulatory compliance advice on non-routine matters with minimal supervision. Must have superior written and oral communication skills, with the ability to articulate positions, provide direction, and communicate effectively at all levels of the Company. Must have strong interpersonal and teamwork skills; ability to positively influence within and outside the Company.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Contracts Counsel
Refer job# WDLS147441
 
Corporate Contracts Counsel The candidate will support firm's global business, legal and compliance initiatives as a member of the legal team drafting, reviewing and negotiating contracts. Will provide the full scope of legal support to firm'ss indirect sourcing and I.T teams, which includes drafting, reviewing, and negotiating agreements and advising on the areas of commercial and manufacturing related transactions, sourcing, digital platforms, intellectual property, risk and anti-trust. Provide effective and pragmatic counsel regarding digital and e-commerce issues; draft, review, and negotiate digital, e-commerce, I.T. (cloud/service/storage agreements, etc.), intellectual property and marketing related agreements. Draft, manage and negotiate distributor agreements with customers across firm's business unit product lines. Draft and negotiate contracts with all manners of third party vendors for supply of services and goods to firm's in compliance with internal Delegation of Authority and contract management guidelines. Assist with tracking of customer and supplier compliance with firm's compliance programs. Participate in the development and implementation of procedures for contract negotiation, contract management and administration as well as tools to enhance the process, throughput, document retention, and sharing of best practices. Perform contractual and administrative requirements that are complex and varied in nature, usually requiring some originality, ingenuity, and degree of technical skill. Provide training to company business partners on various contracting, risk management, legal, and compliance topics. Support the broader legal team as requested; perform special projects and support continuous improvement of legal department standard work, knowledge management and processes. Support policy and process coordination among all constituencies, including enterprise, business unit and regional legal teams, finance and accounting teams, customers and vendors. Effectively manage the work and expense of external law firms where outside expertise is appropriate.

The candidate should have earned a Juris Doctor from an accredited law school of recognized standing and currently licensed to practice law in the United States. 5 years of demonstrated legal experience in commercial law/contracts preferred. Must have experience drafting and negotiating complex contracts. Must have experience effectively managing commercial transactions, deals and disputes. Background in digital, e-commerce, software, and intellectual property is plus. International law and foreign language experience is preferred.
 
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ERISA/Executive Compensation Attorney / Labor & Employment Attorney in Minneapolis, MN
Refer job# ZTWG147139
 
Benefits Advisory and Compliance Consultant The candidate will drive superior, consistent project management for concurrent BAC projects. Translate business needs into comprehensive project plans including objectives, timeline, deliverables, budget and quality standards; Serve as the day to day project lead, ensuring the progress of teams against established goals. Serve as primary, daily contact to clients on delivery of services. Manage client expectations and raise appropriate issues to Senior Consultants and Client Relationship Managers. Develop a trusted advisor relationship with client contacts through efficient, quality execution of projects, effective communication, and value added consulting advice. Interface with colleagues from other practices and regions on assignments that reflect the client s broader business issues. Provide core compliance services including non-discrimination testing, operational reviews and government filings, including determination letter and corrections applications. Administer plan documentation efforts (forms, amendments, restatements, SPD s, SMM s). Review and analyze clients qualified and non-qualified benefit plans. Contribute to the resolution of clients legal and regulatory issues. Consult with clients on issues of plan qualification and fiduciary responsibility. Coordinate communications, data flow and related work streams with vendors. Assist in the tracking and interpretation of legal developments, both internally and with clients, on all aspects of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), ERISA, and other relevant laws as they affect employee benefit plans. Partner with leading legal, actuarial and financial consultants across the US to create and apply our intellectual capital to consulting projects. Follow firm and line of business processes, protocols and quality standards in the development and deployment of solutions. Meet revenue and billable hour goals as described by manager. Support the generation of new business as part of the broader team. Participate in prospecting opportunities with new clients as part of a broader team. Directly contribute to clients success through applying your technical expertise. Build relationships internally and collaborate effectively on cross-functional teams. Demonstrate natural ease and effectiveness when dealing with clients/colleagues at all levels. Serve as mentor to project team associates.

The candidate must have 5+ years of experience in employee benefits or retirement consulting with a focus on compliance, plan administration, or recordkeeping. Prior experience in professional services firm or legal environment preferred. Should have experience and success delivering compliance solutions to corporate and not-for-profit organizations (e.g. plan governance, government filings, plan documentation, testing, vendor management). Extensive knowledge of and experience with 401(k), 403(b) and/or defined benefit plans is necessary. Must have deep knowledge of IRC, ERISA and other relevant laws and regulations affecting employee benefit plans. Should have proven experience successfully managing multiple projects and producing quality deliverables on time and within budget. Should be comfortable interacting with and presenting to professionals at all levels within various organizations (internal and external clients, vendors, other consultants and counsel). Must have proven ability to recognize and diagnose issues and work in teams to influence clients decision making. Undergraduate degree required; JD degree and/or post graduate is helpful.
 
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Legal And Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel
Refer job# MRXL147065
 
Legal and Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel The candidate will be responsible to prepare board resolutions, presentations and other board materials relating to company transactions, annual meetings, share plan operations and related matters; and otherwise support the board and committee meeting material preparation and distribution process. Aid in the preparation of the company's filings with, and other matters concerning, the SEC (including filings on Forms 10-Q, 10-K and 8-K, Section 16 filings, no action letters and similar items). Aid in the preparation of the company's annual proxy/information statements, manage directors' & officers' questionnaires and participate in the planning of and preparation for shareholder meetings. Assist with Irish corporate law filings and NYSE compliance matters, including with regard to director independence and related party transactions. Review the company's websites and other communications for compliance with SEC and other regulations. Research current topics within the areas of corporate law, securities and finance; prepare memoranda for internal distribution and education of these developments. Respond to internal inquiries related to SEC compliance and corporate secretarial matters. Provide support for other corporate transactions, as needed. Help to organize and manage the team's internal databases of research and filing information. Develop internal guidelines, toolkits, policies and packaged knowledge on various legal and business issues. Manage both in-house and outside legal resources.

The candidate must have J.D. from an accredited law school. 4+ years of legal experience managing securities compliance and corporate governance matters in a law firm or fast-paced corporate legal department is necessary. Proven ability to efficiently manage and contribute to significant numbers of projects simultaneously is preferred. In-house experience is beneficial. Experience or interest in working with international corporate and regulatory compliance issues, specifically Irish corporate law is an asset.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# HVLN146956
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Provide strategic direction for the Associations litigation advocacy and compliance offerings; Set priorities and implement innovative solutions to assist the Associations membership through advocacy and with their compliance obligations; Maintain a high-level of understanding of the litigation and compliance environment of the credit and collection industry and the Association membership; Proactively review legal complaints filed against industry members; Determine appropriate litigation matters for which Association support is advisable and manage outside counsel in connection with such litigation; Research and monitor case law impacting the accounts receivable management industry; Drive the development and enhancement of metrics and key performance indicators to monitor success toward the strategic plan; develop and produce reporting to be delivered to the Board, committees and the entire membership; Serve as staff liaison to appropriate Board committee(s), including the Judicial Committee and the MAP Committee; Collaborate with leadership of other functional areas and engage in cross-functional teams in order to achieve strategic success; Coordinate and disseminate information among the Associations departments, programs, and membership regarding litigation advocacy and compliance tools and information; Develop, write and edit content for the Associations educational materials and publications; Educate the Associations membership by speaking at seminars and on webinars, authoring articles for publication, and providing guidance to the Associations members relative to litigation issues and concerns and compliance obligations; Provide direction and leadership to a team of compliance professionals and create an environment that fosters individual and team growth and success; Provide support to General Counsel on a wide variety of corporate legal matters, which may include: intellectual property, employment, corporate transaction, business entity, tax, political activity, governance, and other matters; Participate in special projects and perform other functions as requested and assigned; and Travel to meetings/seminars/events. Must have JD degree from an accredited law school; superior academic credentials preferred. Should have 8-10 years of litigation experience in financial services industry. Must have currently licensed to practice law in Minnesota or able to be admitted. Should have superior writing and presentation skills. Must have knowledge of substantive and procedural laws and regulations relating to issues impacting the credit and collection industry.
 
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Privacy Senior Counsel
Refer job# SEGA146972
 
Privacy Senior Counsel Duties: Provide legal support and counseling on privacy and data security issues. Routinely interact with management, business areas (including line of business privacy officers), in-house and outside counsel. Provide legal advice in connection with cybersecurity incidents and incident preparedness. Provide legal advice in connection with laws regulating the use and protection of personal information, including CCPA, NY DFS, GLBA, HIPAA, GDPR, and other state privacy and data security laws and regulations. Advise on the development, application and enforcement of information security policies. Collaborate with contract attorneys, procurement, and cybersecurity team in assessing service providers and negotiating contractual provisions with service providers regarding safeguarding of personal information and notification requirements. Assist in develop privacy standards based on new and emerging privacy legislation. Represent enterprise privacy function throughout the business to ensure that the company is maintaining a consistent approach regarding applicable cybersecurity and privacy laws. Represent the company on industry committees and trade groups regarding privacy and cybersecurity matters, including emerging laws and regulations. Help drive the continued development and implementation of training and awareness campaigns regarding privacy and cybersecurity matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent International legal degree; graduate of an accredited law school. 7+ years of prior legal experience. Active license to practice law in the state(s) in which representation is required. 5-8 years of experience in privacy and cybersecurity law. Significant working knowledge of state, federal and international privacy laws, such as GDPR, CCPA, NY DFS, GLBA, HIPAA and other state laws. Experience interacting with state regulators regarding cybersecurity incidents or other matters involving privacy and data security.
 
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Legal Counsel- Employment and Commercial Law
Refer job# RFIC146923
 
Legal Counsel- Employment and Commercial Law The candidate will be responsible for advising in-house clients on compliance with employment and employee benefit laws and regulations. Serve as the primary legal advisor to the global sourcing team and will be responsible for devising and implementing risk-based supplier programs and policies. Possess expertise in US (50 States and Federal) Employment Laws and Regulations. Working knowledge/familiarity with same in rest of North America. Provide legal advice to assure compliance with specific HR regulations and laws (e.g., ADA, FMLA, FSLA, EEOC etc.). Provide or supervise training on workplace behavior expectations. Provide advice to HR on process improvement and assist in implementing new HR systems and/or policies. Provide assistance with employee on-boarding and off-boarding, review and advise on non-compete issues, draft and work on separation/severance release agreements. Ability to manage outside counsel when needed to assure legal and regulatory compliance outside US. Direct and, as appropriate, participate in investigations of employee misconduct and assist HR in determining appropriate disciplinary action. Respond to and/or manage outside counsel in responding to EEOC and other regulatory agencies. Supervise litigation and provide support to outside counsel. Draft commercial agreements with various suppliers, vendors, consultants, independent contractors, business partners (domestic and international). Assist with contract negotiations and terminations. Provide legal review of, and advise on interpretations of, commercial contracts. Assist with commercial contract dispute resolution. Oversee and approve edits to product warranty statements. Provide secondary support to senior counsel in Americas and other global regions on general commercial matters. Provide assistance to other members of legal team as directed. Provide legal advice on employee benefit and ERISA plans. Review consulting agreements with vendors and individuals to assure compliance with IRS rules and Affordable Care Act requirements. Coordinate with EPL insurer, attend meetings with insurer and issue required reports.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate Degree. Should have 6+ years of experience as a lawyer specializing in employment and benefits law and commercial legal matters. Law firm and in-house experience preferred. Should have demonstrated ability to clearly and succinctly deliver legal advice both orally and in writing to business partners. Must have experience handling regulatory and/or litigated employment matters, with a preference for someone who has also overseen such matters internationally. Should have experience handling transactional work on a variety of standard business agreements domestically, with a preference for someone who has also worked on commercial matters internationally. Experience selecting, supervising, and managing outside counsel is strongly preferred.
 
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Criminal / Civil Attorney
Refer job# NUHV146932
 
Criminal / Civil Attorney The candidate should be a member in good standing with the Bar. Can represent clients throughout your county and surrounding counties. Amenable to providing unbundled legal services as well as full case representation to clients under a flat fee structure. Willing to provide transactional legal services and/or travel to courthouses for some of the clients. License: Active member of a State Bar (Preferred).
 
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