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Corporate And Finance Attorney

Phoenix AZ Corporate and Finance Attorney Duties: Serve as a strategic partner to the company's treasury, finance and tax departments, including drafting and negotiating agreements, conducting legal and functional due diligence, preparing amendments, waivers, consents, and assisting in other matters related to the company's credit facility. Draft legal memorandums and provide legal support covering topics such as insider trading, related party transactions, know your customer requests, survey affidavits, corporate governance and similar matters. Assist in audit related matters with the company's independent auditor. Provide legal advice and counsel related to the management of the company's domestic and international subsidiaries, including matters such as dissolutions, liquidations, mergers, name changes, annual maintenance and related matters. Draft corporate policies, processes and procedures. Assist in other general legal matters, as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree from an A.B.A. accredited law school and member in good standing in one state Bar. Corporate and finance experience, with in-house and/or big-law experience a plus. Detail-oriented with a determined focus on accuracy and organization. Ability to organize, prioritize and manage deadlines for a large volume of complex assignments. Strong analytical, research, writing, communication and presentation skills and ability to convey complex legal issues and business concerns in clear and concise communications. Willingness to undertake diverse legal responsibilities as needed. Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision and administrative support. Must be a team player with a strong customer-service focus, good work ethic and responsive attitude. Excellent inter-personal skills with ability to interface with, and gain the trust and respect of, business partners at all levels of the company.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Senior Privacy And Compliance Counsel

Tempe AZ Senior Privacy and Compliance Counsel Duties: Stay abreast of strategically important laws and regulations in the US and the EU, such as HIPAA, CCPA/CPRA and GDPR and related state and federal legislation. Manage and further develop Risk Management, Compliance and Privacy Programs. Manage and facilitate privacy and other compliance policies, compliance training, procedures, documentation, company guidance, and related customer and employee requests and escalations. Help ensure legal adherence and other compliance adherence, while enabling the development and execution of business initiatives. Provide legal and compliance guidance related to payroll tax compliance and operational functions. Perform other legal responsibilities as requested, including but not limited to, commercial agreement review from time to time.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited institution. Licensed member in good standing of any US state Bar. 6-9 years of substantive experience in privacy and data protection matters, preferably in the technology sector at a consumer facing SaaS technology company. Demonstrated knowledge of US and international privacy and data protection laws. Understanding of Software as a Service (SaaS) infrastructure. Curiosity with a need to understand how things work and a willingness to dive into the details of business operations, procedures and technicalities to craft and optimize solutions. Solution orientation and a can do attitude. The ability to educate others - you like to break down complicated laws and regulations into practical advice and guidance for your business partners and build positive relationships across departments and levels. Demonstrated ability to exercise good judgment in knowing when and how to raise issues and propose solutions. In addition to the above requirements, these qualifications are strongly preferred: CIPP/US Certification SOC2 program management experience. Experience with AML and Bank Secrecy Act compliance Payroll operations experience.
Legal 6 - 9 Full-time 2022-01-12

Chief Risk & Litigation Counsel

Phoenix AZ Chief Risk & Litigation Counsel The candidate will report directly to the Executive Vice President and General Counsel. In conjunction with the Vice President, Quality and Risk Management, the Chief Risk and Litigation Counsel (CRLC) has broad responsibility for the protection of the institution and its patients, visitors, and staff from loss. Coordinates, advises, and facilitates risk-financing strategy with the Vice President, Quality and Risk Management, on issues that could financially put the organization at risk. Specific Activities. Finalize the selection and retention of insurance carriers and/or self-funding mechanisms. Administer self-insurance program through captive management program. Evaluate property exposures, including new construction and renovation programs. Develop familiarity with insurance markets through frequent market contact and attendance at meetings and market symposiums. Co-manage broker and captive manager relationships to plan, coordinate, and administer a comprehensive insurance program involving such activities as insurance purchasing, insurance consulting, claims coordination, and administration of the self-insured program. Directs and coordinates all aspects of insurance management, including developing alternative insurance programs such as self-insurance, risk retention groups, captives, deductible programs, financial plans, reinsurance, commercial insurance and excess insurance. Analyze values and ensure that exposures for property insurance, boiler and machinery insurance, crime insurance, automobile insurance and all other purchased insurance are adequately insured; in the event of loss, prepare data required by brokers and carriers and manage the process through to the settlement of claim. Specific Activities (in conjunction with VP, Quality, and Risk Management) required. Make recommendations regarding settlement of all professional liability (PL) and general liability (GL) claims against the facility. Direct external legal counsel and other personnel involved in claims management and give final approval to defense strategies. Manage and oversee PL and GL litigation for the enterprise and explore feasibility of managing certain litigation in-house, including managing and reducing the expenses of outside counsel litigation. Approve payment of fees for defense counsel and payment of other claims defense expenses. Develop and implement an early intervention program. Include disclosure of unanticipated events, use of apology, alternate dispute resolution mechanisms, early payments strategy, lessons learned /prevention activities and the use of employee assistance programs. Ensure appropriate reporting to all required outside agencies including the NPDB and/or HIPDB. Provide consultation and advice to clinical teams on potential adverse or safety events and complex care situations. Manage the claims program, which contains the following components: Reporting procedures, System maintenance, Detailed claims investigations, Establishment of reserves, Use of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, Monitoring of legal counsel, Conferring directly with claimants, attorneys, physicians, employees, brokers and consultants, Settlement of claims, Selection and utilization of actuarial firms as needed or requested. Comply with Medicare/Medicaid regulations. Make recommendations to senior management regarding funding levels and coverage limits. Report claims to senior management and captive board of directors. Direct investigative activities. Specific Activities. Develop, implement and monitor the Patient Safety and Loss Prevention Plan. Coordinate all patient safety and loss prevention activities with other clinical loss control, quality management, performance improvement, and infection control initiatives. Coordinate and facilitate all initiatives to comply with regulatory and accreditation initiatives. Plan and implement an institution-wide program of clinical and non-clinical loss control, including a comprehensive orientation program. Direct and conduct educational sessions on risk management for medical staff and employees. Develop, implement and manage the event reporting system. Conduct systems analyses to uncover and identify patterns that could result in compensable events. Assist with the design of risk management and loss prevention program specific to the department and its unique risk. Research, write and implement departmental and facility policies and procedures that affect liability exposures and assist in regulatory compliance. Participate in oversight of patient relations to ensure the timely and effective response to complaints and grievances. Ensure that risks are minimized by following-up and acting on all regulatory/insurance survey report recommendations/deficiencies. Select and utilize all necessary outside consulting services offered insurance carriers, independent risk management consultants, and third-party administrators. Provide senior management with summary reports of incidents, claims, reserves, claims payments, sentinel events and near misses highlighting lessons learned and risk control initiatives implemented. Ensure compliance with various codes, laws, rules and regulations concerning patient care, including those mandated by state and federal agencies, incident reporting and investigation activities. Review and approve all plans and specifications for new construction, alterations and installation of new equipment. Ensure that outside insurance carrier has signed off on plans as appropriate. Provide assistance to the EVP, General Counsel and OGC leadership team regarding legal and regulatory issues that may impact the organization from a patient safety, public relations, marketing, and risk financing standpoint. Those issues might include Fraud/abuse allegations. Reporting to outside federal and state agencies. Reporting to the NPDDB, state licensing boards, CDC. The levying of any sanctions or fines. Recommendations that affect licensing and accreditation. Review of new and existing legislation to determine appropriate risk response. Performs miscellaneous job related duties as requested. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Litigation Counsel

Tempe AZ Litigation Counsel Responsibilities: Primary attorney for a variety of complex litigation matters, involving day-to-day management of docket from inception to fact-gathering to ultimate resolution. Responsible for core litigation work, including legal assessment and analysis, preparing and/or editing case material, drafting correspondence, and negotiating and documenting agreements. Responsible for cross-functional work on discovery preparation and response. Work autonomously with business clients, legal colleagues, outside counsel and opposing parties to achieve cost-effective, strategic business objectives. Project management relating to development, implementation and continual improvement of processes and procedures. Responsible for handling third party discovery and subpoenas.

Requirements: Attorney in good standing with JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school and 4+ years of relevant experience at a top tier law firm and/or in-house. Experience working in the health insurance industry and understanding of payer-provider issues. Experience litigating a variety of complex disputes on both plaintiff and defendant side. Experience and understanding of end-to-end litigation process, legal research, eDiscovery, and contract drafting and interpretation. Bonus points: Litigation experience in Florida, California, Texas, and/or New York jurisdictions. Experience with startups.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Corporate Counsel

Phoenix AZ Corporate Counsel The candidate will collaborate with the Human Resources team to generate, update, and implement training on HR and employment law topics. Provide legal guidelines and support regarding the company's hourly national workforce. Update employment-related templates for compliance with federal, state, and local laws. Provide litigation support related to employment matters. Support diversity, equality, and inclusion initiatives. Review, draft and negotiate agreements with customers and vendors (including Master Services agreements, non-disclosure ageements, services agreements, collaboration agreements, licensing agreements, and other general corporate contracts). Assistance in review and negotiation of company financing documents including lender and investor related agreements. Partner with management to provide strategic, business-oriented employment law guidance for successful execution of company initiatives. Manage and maintain a variety of insurance policies, and work with carriers on claims submissions and resolutions. Maintain knowledge of applicable laws, regulations and industry guidance that impact company's agreements and business practices. Maintain good corporate standing, licenses and permits in all states where the company operates. Partner with operations management to ensure federal and state compliance with all environmental and other applicable regulatory requirements involved in our business operations. Should have Law Degree from an ABA accredited law school and State Bar membership (California preferred). Must have 5+ years of relevant legal experience in a law firm, automotive company and/or a mobility based startup company's legal department. Experience with California wage and hourly laws a plus. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

It Corporate Counsel

Tempe AZ IT Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Engage with Operational, IT, Compliance, and Legal teams to provide legal guidance and subject matter expertise on privacy, analytics, and data security. Draft, review, and interpret legal requirements relating to technology programs, cybersecurity, privacy, IT contracts, and technology development. Provide counsel on cybersecurity and privacy laws, risk assessment and management, as relevant for various projects as assigned. Remaining up to date on relevant privacy, data security, and consumer protection laws and regulations. Help develop, enhance, scale, and run the existing IT security policies and protocols, working to ensure the program's ongoing operation. Provide Legal support in responding to privacy and cybersecurity related incidents and investigations. Plan and execute legal requirement reviews for system requirements, security, and privacy. Provide advice and counsel in IT controls and vendor contracts. Complete audits as assigned by the Legal team management.

Qualifications: A Juris Doctor from an accredited law school. Active member in good standing in the bar of at least one U.S. state/jurisdiction. Minimum 3-5 years firm or in-house experience with a focus on technology, privacy, and/or cybersecurity. Strong analytical, organizational, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently, with limited required direction and guidance. Knowledge of incident response frameworks and handling procedures, data protection, and privacy and security laws. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to interact and relate to personnel at all levels within the organization and to effectively support and defend unbiased findings and legal opinions to management. Capable of leading or facilitating meetings with Director level (and higher) attendees. Ability to work and assist in the development of a collaborative team environment. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Excel, Word, etc.).
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2022-01-01

Associate Corporate Counsel, Securities and M&A

Tempe AZ Associate Corporate Counsel, Securities and M&A Duties: Responsible for 34 Act and 33 Act compliance. Prepare and file Form 8-Ks, registration statements, and proxy statements. Support Company's Financial Reporting team in preparing and filing Forms 10-Q and 10-K. Advise Senior Management and Investor Relations on disclosure issues, including Reg FD, non-GAAP financial measures, securities offerings, forward-looking statements, and analyst and investor presentations. Assist with registered and unregistered debt and equity offerings. Advise on various corporate governance matters, including evaluation of shareholder proposals, planning the annual meeting of shareholders, and compliance with NYSE listing standards. Advise on all executive compensation activities, including Section 16 filings and Rule 10b5-1 plans. Advise internal stakeholders on the Company's merger and acquisition activities. Draft and negotiate asset and stock purchase agreements, joint ventures, and strategic partnership documents. Oversee and implement due diligence activities. Coordinate with cross-functional teams, in particular Accounting, Tax, Product, and Engineering, to complete integration of acquired companies and strategic partnerships.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited law school. Membership in good standing with a United States State Bar. 3+ years of relevant legal experience in securities and transactions. Experience working for and/or representing publicly traded companies. Ability to prioritize and execute on a high volume of securities, corporate governance, and M& A matters with limited supervision. Excellent communication skills necessary to coordinate amongst deal counterparties, internal teams and business units, professional service providers, and outside counsel. Proficiency and interest in drafting, reviewing and analyzing transaction documentation, while collaborating on strategy and risk considerations. Enthusiasm and energy to contribute to and thrive in an energetic and rapidly-evolving company with a collaborative atmosphere. Self-starter with an appetite for problem-solving and ability to own  projects or tasks to see goals through to completion.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-12-23

Corporate Ip Counsel

Phoenix AZ Corporate IP Counsel The candidate will develop and implement evolving corporate intellectual property strategy. Actively manage the invention disclosure process for inventions from the engineering community, including by participating in patent committees, supervising outside counsel in the drafting and prosecution of new patent filings, and so forth. Perform competitive analysis and landscape studies related to the company's products. Conduct new product clearance activities including non-infringement and invalidity analyses. Assist with a wide variety of other intellectual property matters including IP litigation support, drafting and negotiating IP agreements, mergers and acquisition diligence, patent monetization, portfolio analytics, budgeting, and so forth.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an A.B.A. accredited law school, and membership with at least one State Bar. Admission to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Should have 3+ years of experience as a patent attorney. Bachelor's (or higher) degree in Electrical Engineering or physics, preferably with a strong technical background involving integrated circuits, semiconductor device physics, and semiconductor manufacturing technologies. Fluency in written and spoken English. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with both technical and non-technical audiences.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-12-21

Arizona - Tax Senior - Diversified Career Path

Phoenix AZ Tax Senior - Diversified Career Path
The candidate will research complex tax theory and positions, and apply them to specific client needs. Will exercise a high degree of independent judgment and discretion in providing tax services. Identify and document tax technical and engagement issues and risks. Demonstrate solid working knowledge of tax tools and technology. Discuss the engagement with internal and external sources to gain thorough knowledge of the client. Prepare budgets, workplans and other planning documents. Determine and prepare information needs and the methods for gathering data; assess data when received; and determine whether critical data elements have been received. Prepare and maintain accurate, well organized workpapers. Perform a quality review of the product. Develop an understanding of engagement economics to become aware of how decisions impact profitability. Stay abreast of current business and economic developments relevant to the client's business. Monitor and train Staff/CSS on smaller, less complex engagements. Provide performance feedback to Staff.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 2 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 1-2 years of related work experience. Must have 1-2 years of tax-related or other relevant experience. Should have professional certification or evidence of progress towards appropriate professional certification (e.g., CPA, EA, J.D. degree). Must have working knowledge of: current and emerging tax issues, with the ability to apply knowledge; tax laws; and tax software.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2013-03-20

Arizona - Tax Manager - Federal Tax

Phoenix AZ Tax Manager - Federal Tax
The candidate will provide timely and high-quality services and work products that exceed client expectations. Will build client relationships and demonstrate knowledge of client business. Help to develop and guide staff and other junior tax professionals by providing effective performance feedback and ensuring team responsibilities are consistent with skills and developmental goals. Build on technical competence by keeping up to date on trends, developments and technical authorities and apply them to moderately complex situations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 5 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 4 years of related work experience. Should have a degree, preferably with an emphasis in accounting, finance, or a related field. An advanced degree in tax or law is highly desirable. Must have 3+ years of relevant tax experience or equivalent experience in business or industry. CPA certification is needed. Broad exposure to federal income taxation is needed.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2013-03-20
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Corporate And Finance Attorney
Refer job# YSIL164975
 
Corporate and Finance Attorney Duties: Serve as a strategic partner to the company's treasury, finance and tax departments, including drafting and negotiating agreements, conducting legal and functional due diligence, preparing amendments, waivers, consents, and assisting in other matters related to the company's credit facility. Draft legal memorandums and provide legal support covering topics such as insider trading, related party transactions, know your customer requests, survey affidavits, corporate governance and similar matters. Assist in audit related matters with the company's independent auditor. Provide legal advice and counsel related to the management of the company's domestic and international subsidiaries, including matters such as dissolutions, liquidations, mergers, name changes, annual maintenance and related matters. Draft corporate policies, processes and procedures. Assist in other general legal matters, as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree from an A.B.A. accredited law school and member in good standing in one state Bar. Corporate and finance experience, with in-house and/or big-law experience a plus. Detail-oriented with a determined focus on accuracy and organization. Ability to organize, prioritize and manage deadlines for a large volume of complex assignments. Strong analytical, research, writing, communication and presentation skills and ability to convey complex legal issues and business concerns in clear and concise communications. Willingness to undertake diverse legal responsibilities as needed. Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision and administrative support. Must be a team player with a strong customer-service focus, good work ethic and responsive attitude. Excellent inter-personal skills with ability to interface with, and gain the trust and respect of, business partners at all levels of the company.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Privacy And Compliance Counsel
Refer job# LGYE164977
 
Senior Privacy and Compliance Counsel Duties: Stay abreast of strategically important laws and regulations in the US and the EU, such as HIPAA, CCPA/CPRA and GDPR and related state and federal legislation. Manage and further develop Risk Management, Compliance and Privacy Programs. Manage and facilitate privacy and other compliance policies, compliance training, procedures, documentation, company guidance, and related customer and employee requests and escalations. Help ensure legal adherence and other compliance adherence, while enabling the development and execution of business initiatives. Provide legal and compliance guidance related to payroll tax compliance and operational functions. Perform other legal responsibilities as requested, including but not limited to, commercial agreement review from time to time.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited institution. Licensed member in good standing of any US state Bar. 6-9 years of substantive experience in privacy and data protection matters, preferably in the technology sector at a consumer facing SaaS technology company. Demonstrated knowledge of US and international privacy and data protection laws. Understanding of Software as a Service (SaaS) infrastructure. Curiosity with a need to understand how things work and a willingness to dive into the details of business operations, procedures and technicalities to craft and optimize solutions. Solution orientation and a can do attitude. The ability to educate others - you like to break down complicated laws and regulations into practical advice and guidance for your business partners and build positive relationships across departments and levels. Demonstrated ability to exercise good judgment in knowing when and how to raise issues and propose solutions. In addition to the above requirements, these qualifications are strongly preferred: CIPP/US Certification SOC2 program management experience. Experience with AML and Bank Secrecy Act compliance Payroll operations experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Chief Risk & Litigation Counsel
Refer job# WHOW164978
 
Chief Risk & Litigation Counsel The candidate will report directly to the Executive Vice President and General Counsel. In conjunction with the Vice President, Quality and Risk Management, the Chief Risk and Litigation Counsel (CRLC) has broad responsibility for the protection of the institution and its patients, visitors, and staff from loss. Coordinates, advises, and facilitates risk-financing strategy with the Vice President, Quality and Risk Management, on issues that could financially put the organization at risk. Specific Activities. Finalize the selection and retention of insurance carriers and/or self-funding mechanisms. Administer self-insurance program through captive management program. Evaluate property exposures, including new construction and renovation programs. Develop familiarity with insurance markets through frequent market contact and attendance at meetings and market symposiums. Co-manage broker and captive manager relationships to plan, coordinate, and administer a comprehensive insurance program involving such activities as insurance purchasing, insurance consulting, claims coordination, and administration of the self-insured program. Directs and coordinates all aspects of insurance management, including developing alternative insurance programs such as self-insurance, risk retention groups, captives, deductible programs, financial plans, reinsurance, commercial insurance and excess insurance. Analyze values and ensure that exposures for property insurance, boiler and machinery insurance, crime insurance, automobile insurance and all other purchased insurance are adequately insured; in the event of loss, prepare data required by brokers and carriers and manage the process through to the settlement of claim. Specific Activities (in conjunction with VP, Quality, and Risk Management) required. Make recommendations regarding settlement of all professional liability (PL) and general liability (GL) claims against the facility. Direct external legal counsel and other personnel involved in claims management and give final approval to defense strategies. Manage and oversee PL and GL litigation for the enterprise and explore feasibility of managing certain litigation in-house, including managing and reducing the expenses of outside counsel litigation. Approve payment of fees for defense counsel and payment of other claims defense expenses. Develop and implement an early intervention program. Include disclosure of unanticipated events, use of apology, alternate dispute resolution mechanisms, early payments strategy, lessons learned /prevention activities and the use of employee assistance programs. Ensure appropriate reporting to all required outside agencies including the NPDB and/or HIPDB. Provide consultation and advice to clinical teams on potential adverse or safety events and complex care situations. Manage the claims program, which contains the following components: Reporting procedures, System maintenance, Detailed claims investigations, Establishment of reserves, Use of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, Monitoring of legal counsel, Conferring directly with claimants, attorneys, physicians, employees, brokers and consultants, Settlement of claims, Selection and utilization of actuarial firms as needed or requested. Comply with Medicare/Medicaid regulations. Make recommendations to senior management regarding funding levels and coverage limits. Report claims to senior management and captive board of directors. Direct investigative activities. Specific Activities. Develop, implement and monitor the Patient Safety and Loss Prevention Plan. Coordinate all patient safety and loss prevention activities with other clinical loss control, quality management, performance improvement, and infection control initiatives. Coordinate and facilitate all initiatives to comply with regulatory and accreditation initiatives. Plan and implement an institution-wide program of clinical and non-clinical loss control, including a comprehensive orientation program. Direct and conduct educational sessions on risk management for medical staff and employees. Develop, implement and manage the event reporting system. Conduct systems analyses to uncover and identify patterns that could result in compensable events. Assist with the design of risk management and loss prevention program specific to the department and its unique risk. Research, write and implement departmental and facility policies and procedures that affect liability exposures and assist in regulatory compliance. Participate in oversight of patient relations to ensure the timely and effective response to complaints and grievances. Ensure that risks are minimized by following-up and acting on all regulatory/insurance survey report recommendations/deficiencies. Select and utilize all necessary outside consulting services offered insurance carriers, independent risk management consultants, and third-party administrators. Provide senior management with summary reports of incidents, claims, reserves, claims payments, sentinel events and near misses highlighting lessons learned and risk control initiatives implemented. Ensure compliance with various codes, laws, rules and regulations concerning patient care, including those mandated by state and federal agencies, incident reporting and investigation activities. Review and approve all plans and specifications for new construction, alterations and installation of new equipment. Ensure that outside insurance carrier has signed off on plans as appropriate. Provide assistance to the EVP, General Counsel and OGC leadership team regarding legal and regulatory issues that may impact the organization from a patient safety, public relations, marketing, and risk financing standpoint. Those issues might include Fraud/abuse allegations. Reporting to outside federal and state agencies. Reporting to the NPDDB, state licensing boards, CDC. The levying of any sanctions or fines. Recommendations that affect licensing and accreditation. Review of new and existing legislation to determine appropriate risk response. Performs miscellaneous job related duties as requested.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Litigation Counsel
Refer job# UAWF164984
 
Litigation Counsel Responsibilities: Primary attorney for a variety of complex litigation matters, involving day-to-day management of docket from inception to fact-gathering to ultimate resolution. Responsible for core litigation work, including legal assessment and analysis, preparing and/or editing case material, drafting correspondence, and negotiating and documenting agreements. Responsible for cross-functional work on discovery preparation and response. Work autonomously with business clients, legal colleagues, outside counsel and opposing parties to achieve cost-effective, strategic business objectives. Project management relating to development, implementation and continual improvement of processes and procedures. Responsible for handling third party discovery and subpoenas.

Requirements: Attorney in good standing with JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school and 4+ years of relevant experience at a top tier law firm and/or in-house. Experience working in the health insurance industry and understanding of payer-provider issues. Experience litigating a variety of complex disputes on both plaintiff and defendant side. Experience and understanding of end-to-end litigation process, legal research, eDiscovery, and contract drafting and interpretation. Bonus points: Litigation experience in Florida, California, Texas, and/or New York jurisdictions. Experience with startups.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# WIJU164987
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will collaborate with the Human Resources team to generate, update, and implement training on HR and employment law topics. Provide legal guidelines and support regarding the company's hourly national workforce. Update employment-related templates for compliance with federal, state, and local laws. Provide litigation support related to employment matters. Support diversity, equality, and inclusion initiatives. Review, draft and negotiate agreements with customers and vendors (including Master Services agreements, non-disclosure ageements, services agreements, collaboration agreements, licensing agreements, and other general corporate contracts). Assistance in review and negotiation of company financing documents including lender and investor related agreements. Partner with management to provide strategic, business-oriented employment law guidance for successful execution of company initiatives. Manage and maintain a variety of insurance policies, and work with carriers on claims submissions and resolutions. Maintain knowledge of applicable laws, regulations and industry guidance that impact company's agreements and business practices. Maintain good corporate standing, licenses and permits in all states where the company operates. Partner with operations management to ensure federal and state compliance with all environmental and other applicable regulatory requirements involved in our business operations. Should have Law Degree from an ABA accredited law school and State Bar membership (California preferred). Must have 5+ years of relevant legal experience in a law firm, automotive company and/or a mobility based startup company's legal department. Experience with California wage and hourly laws a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
It Corporate Counsel
Refer job# QUOT164779
 
IT Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Engage with Operational, IT, Compliance, and Legal teams to provide legal guidance and subject matter expertise on privacy, analytics, and data security. Draft, review, and interpret legal requirements relating to technology programs, cybersecurity, privacy, IT contracts, and technology development. Provide counsel on cybersecurity and privacy laws, risk assessment and management, as relevant for various projects as assigned. Remaining up to date on relevant privacy, data security, and consumer protection laws and regulations. Help develop, enhance, scale, and run the existing IT security policies and protocols, working to ensure the program's ongoing operation. Provide Legal support in responding to privacy and cybersecurity related incidents and investigations. Plan and execute legal requirement reviews for system requirements, security, and privacy. Provide advice and counsel in IT controls and vendor contracts. Complete audits as assigned by the Legal team management.

Qualifications: A Juris Doctor from an accredited law school. Active member in good standing in the bar of at least one U.S. state/jurisdiction. Minimum 3-5 years firm or in-house experience with a focus on technology, privacy, and/or cybersecurity. Strong analytical, organizational, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. Ability to work independently, with limited required direction and guidance. Knowledge of incident response frameworks and handling procedures, data protection, and privacy and security laws. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to interact and relate to personnel at all levels within the organization and to effectively support and defend unbiased findings and legal opinions to management. Capable of leading or facilitating meetings with Director level (and higher) attendees. Ability to work and assist in the development of a collaborative team environment. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Excel, Word, etc.).
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Securities and M&A
Refer job# WLJR164582
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Securities and M&A Duties: Responsible for 34 Act and 33 Act compliance. Prepare and file Form 8-Ks, registration statements, and proxy statements. Support Company's Financial Reporting team in preparing and filing Forms 10-Q and 10-K. Advise Senior Management and Investor Relations on disclosure issues, including Reg FD, non-GAAP financial measures, securities offerings, forward-looking statements, and analyst and investor presentations. Assist with registered and unregistered debt and equity offerings. Advise on various corporate governance matters, including evaluation of shareholder proposals, planning the annual meeting of shareholders, and compliance with NYSE listing standards. Advise on all executive compensation activities, including Section 16 filings and Rule 10b5-1 plans. Advise internal stakeholders on the Company's merger and acquisition activities. Draft and negotiate asset and stock purchase agreements, joint ventures, and strategic partnership documents. Oversee and implement due diligence activities. Coordinate with cross-functional teams, in particular Accounting, Tax, Product, and Engineering, to complete integration of acquired companies and strategic partnerships.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited law school. Membership in good standing with a United States State Bar. 3+ years of relevant legal experience in securities and transactions. Experience working for and/or representing publicly traded companies. Ability to prioritize and execute on a high volume of securities, corporate governance, and M& A matters with limited supervision. Excellent communication skills necessary to coordinate amongst deal counterparties, internal teams and business units, professional service providers, and outside counsel. Proficiency and interest in drafting, reviewing and analyzing transaction documentation, while collaborating on strategy and risk considerations. Enthusiasm and energy to contribute to and thrive in an energetic and rapidly-evolving company with a collaborative atmosphere. Self-starter with an appetite for problem-solving and ability to own  projects or tasks to see goals through to completion.
 
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Corporate Ip Counsel
Refer job# RTVW164516
 
Corporate IP Counsel The candidate will develop and implement evolving corporate intellectual property strategy. Actively manage the invention disclosure process for inventions from the engineering community, including by participating in patent committees, supervising outside counsel in the drafting and prosecution of new patent filings, and so forth. Perform competitive analysis and landscape studies related to the company's products. Conduct new product clearance activities including non-infringement and invalidity analyses. Assist with a wide variety of other intellectual property matters including IP litigation support, drafting and negotiating IP agreements, mergers and acquisition diligence, patent monetization, portfolio analytics, budgeting, and so forth.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an A.B.A. accredited law school, and membership with at least one State Bar. Admission to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Should have 3+ years of experience as a patent attorney. Bachelor's (or higher) degree in Electrical Engineering or physics, preferably with a strong technical background involving integrated circuits, semiconductor device physics, and semiconductor manufacturing technologies. Fluency in written and spoken English. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with both technical and non-technical audiences.
 
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Arizona - Tax Senior - Diversified Career Path
Refer job# XY2L25935
 
Tax Senior - Diversified Career Path
The candidate will research complex tax theory and positions, and apply them to specific client needs. Will exercise a high degree of independent judgment and discretion in providing tax services. Identify and document tax technical and engagement issues and risks. Demonstrate solid working knowledge of tax tools and technology. Discuss the engagement with internal and external sources to gain thorough knowledge of the client. Prepare budgets, workplans and other planning documents. Determine and prepare information needs and the methods for gathering data; assess data when received; and determine whether critical data elements have been received. Prepare and maintain accurate, well organized workpapers. Perform a quality review of the product. Develop an understanding of engagement economics to become aware of how decisions impact profitability. Stay abreast of current business and economic developments relevant to the client's business. Monitor and train Staff/CSS on smaller, less complex engagements. Provide performance feedback to Staff.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 2 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 1-2 years of related work experience. Must have 1-2 years of tax-related or other relevant experience. Should have professional certification or evidence of progress towards appropriate professional certification (e.g., CPA, EA, J.D. degree). Must have working knowledge of: current and emerging tax issues, with the ability to apply knowledge; tax laws; and tax software.
 
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Arizona - Tax Manager - Federal Tax
Refer job# JL2X25946
 
Tax Manager - Federal Tax
The candidate will provide timely and high-quality services and work products that exceed client expectations. Will build client relationships and demonstrate knowledge of client business. Help to develop and guide staff and other junior tax professionals by providing effective performance feedback and ensuring team responsibilities are consistent with skills and developmental goals. Build on technical competence by keeping up to date on trends, developments and technical authorities and apply them to moderately complex situations.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 5 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 4 years of related work experience. Should have a degree, preferably with an emphasis in accounting, finance, or a related field. An advanced degree in tax or law is highly desirable. Must have 3+ years of relevant tax experience or equivalent experience in business or industry. CPA certification is needed. Broad exposure to federal income taxation is needed.
 
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