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Legal Counsel, Employment

Chandler AZ Legal Counsel, Employment Duties: Partner with PayPal colleagues and build positive relationships across our organization, engage with business leaders, execute priorities and manage multiple competing objectives. Provide advice and counsel to management and Human Resources professionals on a broad range of employment issues including: recruiting; hiring; employee relations; discipline and terminations; internal investigations; leaves of absence; wage and hour compliance; EEO compliance; restrictive covenants; and contingent worker issues. Advise on complex/sensitive employee relations matters and help resolve matters through pre-dispute resolution and/or positioning the company for potential employment litigation. Draft and negotiate employment, settlement and termination agreements. Review and provide guidance on drafting and development of HR policies and procedures globally. Provide guidance to internal investigators on internal HR/compliance investigations. Defend, supervise and manage employment-related claims and litigation, including managing outside counsel and responding to administrative charges, complaints, attorney's letters, settlement demands and claims globally. Negotiate appropriate resolutions to claims and other pending matters. Assist in developing, implementing, improving and reviewing legal compliance projects and training. Assist with preparing or conducting training programs. Assist and support all aspects of PayPal's M&A activities relates to employment matters. Provide advice and counsel in the area of global mobility and immigration matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent degree. Admitted to/member of a state bar. 6+ years of combined experience practicing in-house and/or at a reputable law firm. Excellent knowledge of federal and state employment laws and regulations (including ADA, ADEA, FMLA, CFRA, FLSA, etc.). Excellent writing skills, with attention to detail and ability to generate creative original drafted documents. Excellent communication and presentation skills; ability to communicate and help non-experts understand applicable regulations and requirements. In-depth knowledge of employment law gained from law firm or in-house experience (combination preferred). Experience representing companies in employment law matters before state and federal agencies/courts. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and to tolerate change and ambiguity. Responsible and pragmatic style with a passion to solve complex problems in a creative and effective way and able to translate legal and regulatory requirements into actionable policies, processes and programs that enable business objectives. Facility with a team-based approach to subject matter management and knowledge sharing, and comfort with a flexible, agile environment that emphasizes collaboration and team performance.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-14

Corporate Counsel, Advertising

Phoenix AZ Corporate Counsel, Advertising The candidate will be drafting and negotiating ad agreements for local, mid-market and national clients, crafting incentive compensation programs, and helping to identify and mitigate legal and business risks associated with Yelp's sales and revenue operations. Must have J.D., top law school with bar admission in good standing. Should have 4-6 years experience at a big firm and/or in-house with commercial contracts. Digital advertising and media experience is a significant plus. Keen understanding of privacy issues in the advertising context. Must have experience working cross-functionally with multiple teams of stakeholders. Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2021-01-09

Legal Counsel, Litigation

Scottsdale AZ Legal Counsel, Litigation Duties: Be accountable for performing and managing all litigation activities in the U.S. and globally on assigned matters through the trial and appellate stages, including among other things research, pleadings, motions, discovery, depositions, conferences, trials, mediations, arbitrations, appeals, etc. Take a lead role in setting, recommending, and executing strategies that will ensure PayPal s interests are represented in the best, most cost?effective manner. Manage relationships with outside law firms retained to represent the company and drive alignment on case strategy, budget, and staffing. Oversee and support government or regulatory investigations. Advise legal and business colleagues in an effort to mitigate and manage legal and business risks. Take a lead role in advising outside counsel, paralegals, and other company personnel to ensure effective management of small claims cases filed against the company. Supervise and mentor other Litigation team members, including paralegals and eDiscovery professionals, in their duties and help them grow in their roles and skills. Identify, recommend, and implement process improvements to assist the Litigation team and others in the company to increase efficiency and maximize the use of available resources. Manage and leverage data to drive decisions on litigation management decisions and to report on litigation and risks facing the company. Advise on the proper handling of subpoenas, garnishments, levies, UCC liens, court orders, and other legal requests or notices. Promote a culture that reflects PayPal s core values of Collaboration, Innovation, Wellness, and Inclusion.

Qualifications: JD Degree with an active license to practice law in at least one jurisdiction. Litigation experience at a law firm or in house legal department handling commercial litigation. Experience handling subpoenas and other discovery requests, garnishments, levies, UCC liens, or other legal notices or requests. Good project manager who is able to bring various constituencies and stakeholders together to complete projects timely and efficiently. Team player who is comfortable with a dynamic and changing environment that emphasizes collaboration and team performance over management hierarchy. Ability to manage numerous projects and cases simultaneously under tight deadlines while maintaining a good sense of humor and positive attitude. Skilled oral and written communicator. Creative thinker with strong problem solving skills and the ability to stay calm under challenging circumstances. Familiarity with, and strong interest in, PayPal, mobile payments, emerging payment technology and the payments industry. Exceptional organizational skills and the ability to keep and maintain clear, accurate, and concise records. Prior experience in the financial services industry is a plus.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-07

Assistant General Counsel, Litigation And Labor Employment

Tempe AZ Assistant General Counsel, Litigation and Labor Employment Duties: Provide high-quality legal advice in a timely fashion to the General Counsel, in-house legal teams, and Human Resources on the full spectrum of global labor & employment related matters, which include HR issues, wage and hour law, workers compensation, unemployment, ERISA, state agency claims, administrative charges, labor relations, OFCCP and affirmative action, diversity and inclusion, employee benefits, immigration, employment agreements, employee mobility, employee privacy, cash and equity compensation, pension and retirement benefits, non-competition provisions, severance and change of control, ex-patriate assignments, FMLA matters, health and safety, employment-related litigation, investigations, works council, grievances and arbitrations. Provide leadership, advice, and creative solutions regarding the Company s compliance with the myriad of domestic and international, federal, state, and local laws that govern the employment relationship and the workplace. Establish and maintain relationships, credibility and trust with clients, stakeholders, legal team members and other colleagues across a multi-cultural business environment with demonstrated global sensitivity. Conduct audits of employment practices to ensure compliance. Draft policies and procedures and educate clients and stakeholders on legal matters. Develop, prepare, and deliver training and educational materials on labor and employment matters such as compliance with various regulations in the US and internationally for the legal team and HR Department. Collaborate with business partners to review and ensure legally compliant HR and business policies, procedures, standard forms, plans and related materials. Develop and devise best practices, tools, guidelines, programs, and solutions that can be efficiently implemented across multiple operating companies. Lead and support employee representative structures, including works councils, and positive employee relations Perform legal research; provide guidance on compliance with, and interpretation of, applicable laws and regulations. Identify and assess legal risks and opportunities within the labor & employment area and advise accordingly, which will include monitoring international employment law developments. Manage and evaluate use of outside counsel on employment related matters and litigation. Provide Legal support for finance department (including global corporate securities and compliance reporting; tax impacts of compensation arrangements; governance and insurance for labor and employment matters; and stock administration teams), the corporate communications department, and the executive compensation/human resources department. Support the stock administration team, including review and revision of equity plans and compliance with local securities regulations worldwide. Manage employment and labor litigation matters, including the development and execution of effective litigation management (including discovery) and settlement strategies. Assist in the negotiation and resolution of pre-litigation employment related disputes. Develop and provide exceptional crisis management guidance and advice. Advise on the company s diversity and inclusion initiatives, including its corporate social responsibility and governance initiatives. Pro-actively manage and supervise of all aspects of Align s outside counsel relationships, including staffing, litigation strategy, work product, budgets, and developing initiatives for managing spend. Direct all facets of litigation, including internal investigations, discovery, witness identification and preparation, revising legal briefs, development and execution of case and trial strategy, and negotiating and drafting settlements. Manage a diverse range of litigation and pre-litigation matters in a wide range of practice areas and in numerous jurisdictions in which the company does business. Provide strategic direction on existing litigation and disputes that could lead to litigation. Assist in developing litigation strategies to achieve business objectives, as well as creative approaches to resolving disputes, and to ensure goal alignment across various business teams. Maintain a culture with a high degree of emphasis on dignity, respect, and inclusion. Independently handle legal matters and projects ranging from basic to complex and perform other tasks as assigned from time-to-time by the SVP, Chief Legal and Regulatory Officer.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school with active bar membership in one U.S. state bar, preferably CA. 10+ years of experience in global, labor & employment law and litigation with a corporate law department and recognized law firm. California, Arizona, North Carolina, European and APAC labor & employment law experience a plus. High degree of skill as a labor & employment lawyer, with the ability to prioritize, manage a heavy workload and meet deadlines in a fast-paced, high volume, time-sensitive environment. Exceptional and proven in house litigation management skills. Expertise managing employment, anti-trust, commercial and securities litigation. Excellent written and verbal communications and interpersonal skills within and across departments and externally; must be proactive in providing counsel to clients with the ability to inspire confidence from clients. Comfortable with public speaking. Sound judgment; ability to clearly make reasoned decisions and recommendations and determine who should be kept informed. Self-starter with good business acumen and a sense of urgency, honesty and fairness. Demonstrate leadership and strong relationship management skills. Ability to build and maintain productive relationships with leaders of other functional areas within and across the business areas to seek alignment on objectives for the benefit of Align. Experience handling labor & employment matters before international as well as domestic federal and state courts and administrative agencies. A willingness and the ability to work in a global environment, which includes handling calls outside normal working hours on a regular basis. Ability to effectively navigate and work efficiently in a matrix, multidisciplinary organization. High integrity and ethics in all dealings. Able to travel domestically and internationally (up to 25%). Good sense of humor, openness to learning, resiliency and collaborative personality.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-07

Corporate Counsel

Tempe AZ Corporate Counsel The candidate will handle Litigation matters, responding to customer demands and generally supporting the business. Research and analysis of legal and regulatory matters applicable our diverse operations. Labor and employment guidance, and dispute resolution. Consulting with and advising business leaders in all areas. Reviewing, advising, negotiating and drafting contractual agreements. Providing support on marketing and public relations matters. Assisting on corporate governance and Board of Director matters. Providing support on internal and external audit matters. Keeping informed of industry-specific regulations and ensuring that appropriate risk management strategies are in place. Advising the company on and managing outside counsel for ongoing business and legal issues. Should have 3+ years of commercial legal experience. Experience with national law firm preferred, General experience in litigation, general research and commercial contracts. Client service focused with an excellent track record in previous client support. Experience in highly regulated industries and consumer regulatory laws. Experience with consumer finance litigation and regulatory enforcement. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-07

Vp, Asst General Counsel, Ethics And Compliance Officer

Phoenix AZ Vice president, Asst General Counsel, Ethics and Compliance Officer The candidate will responsible for advising on all elements of the Company's ethics and compliance program globally. Principal Responsibilities, Oversee and direct Avnet's enterprise-wide ethics and compliance program, Maintain and update Avnet Code of Conduct and compliance policies, Interface with regional business and other functional leaders around the world to communicate current legal requirements regarding compliance, Provide guidance to senior executives on compliance issues as appropriate, Maintain an ongoing monitoring program to measure the effectiveness of Avnet's compliance program and to identify successes and as well as areas for further improvement, including relating to trainings, reporting and investigations, Respond to suspected violations of Company policy, investigate and recommend appropriate disciplinary action and other remedial measures, Provide consistent, reliable and accurate reports to Avnet Executive Board and members of the Board of Directors on the state of compliance at Avnet, Job Level Specifications, Produce quality work product that reflects the key legal issues at stake. Excellent written and verbal skills, analytical and critical thinking abilities, communication/presentation skills and negotiation skills. Fluency in one or more languages in addition to English beneficial but not required, Demonstrated adherence to high standards of integrity and professional conduct. Maintain a positive attitude, show maturity and emotional stability, and be flexible to new ideas. Adapt to new demands. Respond appropriately to potentially stressful situations., Build positive and productive relationships with clients by understanding the business and providing advice in a way that builds trust and collaboration, Strong project management capability, with a bias for well-informed action, Exceptional interpersonal skills, with an ability to inspire trust and confidence with internal and external stakeholders with different cultural backgrounds, Typically requires a minimum of 12-15 years experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department of a multinational corporation, Experience managing legal professionals (e.g., attorneys, paralegals, contract managers) required, Experience managing global compliance investigations, Advanced university degree in law (e.g., J.D. or LL.M. in US, LL.D, LL.B or LL.M outside US) from accredited school are required. Must possess active license to practice law in location where based or otherwise qualify to lawfully serve as in-house counsel in location where based are required. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-24

Employment Law Attorney

Scottsdale AZ Employment Law Attorney The candidate will be responsible for analyzing proposed and established legislation, preparing legal documents, and reviewing company policies. Provide advice and strategic support to business leaders across the company on a range of employment law issues including those relating to recruiting, hiring, performance management, mergers and acquisitions, whistleblowing, compensation and benefits, accommodations, diversity and inclusion programs and other employment-related matters. Collaborate with cross-functional stakeholders and manage projects with a team-oriented approach. Evaluate employment practices, policies, and processes to assess and execute priorities, and ensure compliance. Draft and review employment-related agreements and templates. Investigate and respond to claims, demand letters, administrative complaints, audits, and other employment-related inquiries. Conduct audits, classification reviews, and support other compliance efforts. Assist in managing outside counsel on immigration and employment matters. Assist in developing and conducting training and education programs for employees and managers. Manage, draft, and file nonimmigrant/immigrant applications and act as internal resource for all immigration matters. Facilitate international (non-U.S.) visa processes and foreign assignments. Other duties may be assigned.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor degree. Active law license. At least five(5) years direct experience as an attorney specializing in employment law. Excellent legislation analysis with the ability to communicate and advise management on complex issues and compliance. Must be able to see the big picture and effectively prioritize projects based on level of risk to the organization. Experience in negotiating contracts and conducting internal investigations. Advanced level computer skills, including Microsoft Word and Excel, is required. This position also requires excellent communication, organizational, detail-oriented and problem-solving skills. The ability to work efficiently under pressure, accurately meet deadlines, present a professional demeanor and work well independently is essential. Customer service skills including the ability to manage and respond to different customer situations while maintaining a positive and friendly attitude is essential.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-23

Corporate Counsel Contracting And Vendor Management

Glendale AZ Corporate Counsel Contracting and Vendor Management Duties: Oversee, review, draft, negotiate and provide practical legal advice and support on complex enterprise transactional agreements and engagements. Develop and improve workflows for initial procurement requirements, contract preparation, negotiation, and finalization to ensure contracts are completed and properly documented in credit union systems. Train and guide personnel on the use of contract playbooks, templates, relevant legal issues, and best practices in contracting. Review and make recommendations to update vendor management program policies, procedures, forms, and checklists based on the credit union's evolving vendor experience and risk profile. Research evolving regulatory standards regarding third-party vendor relationships in the financial services industry and provide recommendations to the Vendor Management Committee and CRO for program improvements. Develop standards and oversight mechanisms to validate, monitor and test vendor compliance with federal and state consumer protection requirements. Train and develop vendor analysts and assist with training of contract personnel in other departments. Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor degree with post-graduate certifications or continuing education in contract management. Must have 10+ years of contracting experience. Current working knowledge of the Uniform Commercial Code, technology contracting issues, and state law contracting principles. Experience implementing contract management processes in large organizations. Ability to excel in upper level management environment. Experience leading a diverse team through hiring, coaching, and performance management. Ability to successfully drive projects, processes, and change management concepts in a dynamic and complex operating environment. Deep familiarity and hands-on experience with contract law principles, negotiation techniques, and project management principles. Experience drafting, negotiating, and managing a high volume and wide variety of contracts including non-disclosure agreements, master service agreements, leases, purchase agreements, and statements of work. Demonstrated experience establishing credibility and rapport with business units, executives, and external business partners. Strong initiative to self-identify areas in need of improvement. Significant analytical skills and strong organizational ability. Keen attention to detail. Excellent and demonstrable oral and written communication skills. High emotional intelligence, good judgment, and sense of humor. Proficiency in MS Word, Power Point, Excel, and Sharepoint is required.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-17

Corporate Counsel

Scottsdale AZ Corporate Counsel Duties: Assist Company's business organizations and act as the Legal team's lead in negotiating transactions. Improve operational processes to help the Legal team accommodate more complexity and growth in Company. Support development, implementation, and maintenance of contract lifecycle management system. Drive compliance efforts related to various company policies. Advise on regulatory compliance for business organizations. Research and advise on corporate governance practices, including domestic and international subsidiary establishment and maintenance. Performance general legal research and analyze associated impact on the company.

Qualifications: JD from an accredited law school with outstanding academic credentials. Admission to a State Bar within the United States. Minimum of 3 years of corporate, transactional, and compliance experience. Excellent research, writing, analytical, negotiation, communication, and presentation skills. Proven experience drafting and negotiating transactions. Analytical, administrative and managerial skills and ability. Excellent attention to detail, self-starter, and ability to work. Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office, SharePoint, and contract lifecycle management systems.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-17

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.
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Legal Counsel, Employment
Refer job# GGWC154530
 
Legal Counsel, Employment Duties: Partner with PayPal colleagues and build positive relationships across our organization, engage with business leaders, execute priorities and manage multiple competing objectives. Provide advice and counsel to management and Human Resources professionals on a broad range of employment issues including: recruiting; hiring; employee relations; discipline and terminations; internal investigations; leaves of absence; wage and hour compliance; EEO compliance; restrictive covenants; and contingent worker issues. Advise on complex/sensitive employee relations matters and help resolve matters through pre-dispute resolution and/or positioning the company for potential employment litigation. Draft and negotiate employment, settlement and termination agreements. Review and provide guidance on drafting and development of HR policies and procedures globally. Provide guidance to internal investigators on internal HR/compliance investigations. Defend, supervise and manage employment-related claims and litigation, including managing outside counsel and responding to administrative charges, complaints, attorney's letters, settlement demands and claims globally. Negotiate appropriate resolutions to claims and other pending matters. Assist in developing, implementing, improving and reviewing legal compliance projects and training. Assist with preparing or conducting training programs. Assist and support all aspects of PayPal's M&A activities relates to employment matters. Provide advice and counsel in the area of global mobility and immigration matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree or equivalent degree. Admitted to/member of a state bar. 6+ years of combined experience practicing in-house and/or at a reputable law firm. Excellent knowledge of federal and state employment laws and regulations (including ADA, ADEA, FMLA, CFRA, FLSA, etc.). Excellent writing skills, with attention to detail and ability to generate creative original drafted documents. Excellent communication and presentation skills; ability to communicate and help non-experts understand applicable regulations and requirements. In-depth knowledge of employment law gained from law firm or in-house experience (combination preferred). Experience representing companies in employment law matters before state and federal agencies/courts. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and to tolerate change and ambiguity. Responsible and pragmatic style with a passion to solve complex problems in a creative and effective way and able to translate legal and regulatory requirements into actionable policies, processes and programs that enable business objectives. Facility with a team-based approach to subject matter management and knowledge sharing, and comfort with a flexible, agile environment that emphasizes collaboration and team performance.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Advertising
Refer job# DSHK154448
 
Corporate Counsel, Advertising The candidate will be drafting and negotiating ad agreements for local, mid-market and national clients, crafting incentive compensation programs, and helping to identify and mitigate legal and business risks associated with Yelp's sales and revenue operations. Must have J.D., top law school with bar admission in good standing. Should have 4-6 years experience at a big firm and/or in-house with commercial contracts. Digital advertising and media experience is a significant plus. Keen understanding of privacy issues in the advertising context. Must have experience working cross-functionally with multiple teams of stakeholders.
 
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Legal Counsel, Litigation
Refer job# XADR154373
 
Legal Counsel, Litigation Duties: Be accountable for performing and managing all litigation activities in the U.S. and globally on assigned matters through the trial and appellate stages, including among other things research, pleadings, motions, discovery, depositions, conferences, trials, mediations, arbitrations, appeals, etc. Take a lead role in setting, recommending, and executing strategies that will ensure PayPal s interests are represented in the best, most cost?effective manner. Manage relationships with outside law firms retained to represent the company and drive alignment on case strategy, budget, and staffing. Oversee and support government or regulatory investigations. Advise legal and business colleagues in an effort to mitigate and manage legal and business risks. Take a lead role in advising outside counsel, paralegals, and other company personnel to ensure effective management of small claims cases filed against the company. Supervise and mentor other Litigation team members, including paralegals and eDiscovery professionals, in their duties and help them grow in their roles and skills. Identify, recommend, and implement process improvements to assist the Litigation team and others in the company to increase efficiency and maximize the use of available resources. Manage and leverage data to drive decisions on litigation management decisions and to report on litigation and risks facing the company. Advise on the proper handling of subpoenas, garnishments, levies, UCC liens, court orders, and other legal requests or notices. Promote a culture that reflects PayPal s core values of Collaboration, Innovation, Wellness, and Inclusion.

Qualifications: JD Degree with an active license to practice law in at least one jurisdiction. Litigation experience at a law firm or in house legal department handling commercial litigation. Experience handling subpoenas and other discovery requests, garnishments, levies, UCC liens, or other legal notices or requests. Good project manager who is able to bring various constituencies and stakeholders together to complete projects timely and efficiently. Team player who is comfortable with a dynamic and changing environment that emphasizes collaboration and team performance over management hierarchy. Ability to manage numerous projects and cases simultaneously under tight deadlines while maintaining a good sense of humor and positive attitude. Skilled oral and written communicator. Creative thinker with strong problem solving skills and the ability to stay calm under challenging circumstances. Familiarity with, and strong interest in, PayPal, mobile payments, emerging payment technology and the payments industry. Exceptional organizational skills and the ability to keep and maintain clear, accurate, and concise records. Prior experience in the financial services industry is a plus.
 
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Assistant General Counsel, Litigation And Labor Employment
Refer job# AYOK154379
 
Assistant General Counsel, Litigation and Labor Employment Duties: Provide high-quality legal advice in a timely fashion to the General Counsel, in-house legal teams, and Human Resources on the full spectrum of global labor & employment related matters, which include HR issues, wage and hour law, workers compensation, unemployment, ERISA, state agency claims, administrative charges, labor relations, OFCCP and affirmative action, diversity and inclusion, employee benefits, immigration, employment agreements, employee mobility, employee privacy, cash and equity compensation, pension and retirement benefits, non-competition provisions, severance and change of control, ex-patriate assignments, FMLA matters, health and safety, employment-related litigation, investigations, works council, grievances and arbitrations. Provide leadership, advice, and creative solutions regarding the Company s compliance with the myriad of domestic and international, federal, state, and local laws that govern the employment relationship and the workplace. Establish and maintain relationships, credibility and trust with clients, stakeholders, legal team members and other colleagues across a multi-cultural business environment with demonstrated global sensitivity. Conduct audits of employment practices to ensure compliance. Draft policies and procedures and educate clients and stakeholders on legal matters. Develop, prepare, and deliver training and educational materials on labor and employment matters such as compliance with various regulations in the US and internationally for the legal team and HR Department. Collaborate with business partners to review and ensure legally compliant HR and business policies, procedures, standard forms, plans and related materials. Develop and devise best practices, tools, guidelines, programs, and solutions that can be efficiently implemented across multiple operating companies. Lead and support employee representative structures, including works councils, and positive employee relations Perform legal research; provide guidance on compliance with, and interpretation of, applicable laws and regulations. Identify and assess legal risks and opportunities within the labor & employment area and advise accordingly, which will include monitoring international employment law developments. Manage and evaluate use of outside counsel on employment related matters and litigation. Provide Legal support for finance department (including global corporate securities and compliance reporting; tax impacts of compensation arrangements; governance and insurance for labor and employment matters; and stock administration teams), the corporate communications department, and the executive compensation/human resources department. Support the stock administration team, including review and revision of equity plans and compliance with local securities regulations worldwide. Manage employment and labor litigation matters, including the development and execution of effective litigation management (including discovery) and settlement strategies. Assist in the negotiation and resolution of pre-litigation employment related disputes. Develop and provide exceptional crisis management guidance and advice. Advise on the company s diversity and inclusion initiatives, including its corporate social responsibility and governance initiatives. Pro-actively manage and supervise of all aspects of Align s outside counsel relationships, including staffing, litigation strategy, work product, budgets, and developing initiatives for managing spend. Direct all facets of litigation, including internal investigations, discovery, witness identification and preparation, revising legal briefs, development and execution of case and trial strategy, and negotiating and drafting settlements. Manage a diverse range of litigation and pre-litigation matters in a wide range of practice areas and in numerous jurisdictions in which the company does business. Provide strategic direction on existing litigation and disputes that could lead to litigation. Assist in developing litigation strategies to achieve business objectives, as well as creative approaches to resolving disputes, and to ensure goal alignment across various business teams. Maintain a culture with a high degree of emphasis on dignity, respect, and inclusion. Independently handle legal matters and projects ranging from basic to complex and perform other tasks as assigned from time-to-time by the SVP, Chief Legal and Regulatory Officer.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school with active bar membership in one U.S. state bar, preferably CA. 10+ years of experience in global, labor & employment law and litigation with a corporate law department and recognized law firm. California, Arizona, North Carolina, European and APAC labor & employment law experience a plus. High degree of skill as a labor & employment lawyer, with the ability to prioritize, manage a heavy workload and meet deadlines in a fast-paced, high volume, time-sensitive environment. Exceptional and proven in house litigation management skills. Expertise managing employment, anti-trust, commercial and securities litigation. Excellent written and verbal communications and interpersonal skills within and across departments and externally; must be proactive in providing counsel to clients with the ability to inspire confidence from clients. Comfortable with public speaking. Sound judgment; ability to clearly make reasoned decisions and recommendations and determine who should be kept informed. Self-starter with good business acumen and a sense of urgency, honesty and fairness. Demonstrate leadership and strong relationship management skills. Ability to build and maintain productive relationships with leaders of other functional areas within and across the business areas to seek alignment on objectives for the benefit of Align. Experience handling labor & employment matters before international as well as domestic federal and state courts and administrative agencies. A willingness and the ability to work in a global environment, which includes handling calls outside normal working hours on a regular basis. Ability to effectively navigate and work efficiently in a matrix, multidisciplinary organization. High integrity and ethics in all dealings. Able to travel domestically and internationally (up to 25%). Good sense of humor, openness to learning, resiliency and collaborative personality.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# GVIG154386
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will handle Litigation matters, responding to customer demands and generally supporting the business. Research and analysis of legal and regulatory matters applicable our diverse operations. Labor and employment guidance, and dispute resolution. Consulting with and advising business leaders in all areas. Reviewing, advising, negotiating and drafting contractual agreements. Providing support on marketing and public relations matters. Assisting on corporate governance and Board of Director matters. Providing support on internal and external audit matters. Keeping informed of industry-specific regulations and ensuring that appropriate risk management strategies are in place. Advising the company on and managing outside counsel for ongoing business and legal issues. Should have 3+ years of commercial legal experience. Experience with national law firm preferred, General experience in litigation, general research and commercial contracts. Client service focused with an excellent track record in previous client support. Experience in highly regulated industries and consumer regulatory laws. Experience with consumer finance litigation and regulatory enforcement.
 
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Vp, Asst General Counsel, Ethics And Compliance Officer
Refer job# ERNB154152
 
Vice president, Asst General Counsel, Ethics and Compliance Officer The candidate will responsible for advising on all elements of the Company's ethics and compliance program globally. Principal Responsibilities, Oversee and direct Avnet's enterprise-wide ethics and compliance program, Maintain and update Avnet Code of Conduct and compliance policies, Interface with regional business and other functional leaders around the world to communicate current legal requirements regarding compliance, Provide guidance to senior executives on compliance issues as appropriate, Maintain an ongoing monitoring program to measure the effectiveness of Avnet's compliance program and to identify successes and as well as areas for further improvement, including relating to trainings, reporting and investigations, Respond to suspected violations of Company policy, investigate and recommend appropriate disciplinary action and other remedial measures, Provide consistent, reliable and accurate reports to Avnet Executive Board and members of the Board of Directors on the state of compliance at Avnet, Job Level Specifications, Produce quality work product that reflects the key legal issues at stake. Excellent written and verbal skills, analytical and critical thinking abilities, communication/presentation skills and negotiation skills. Fluency in one or more languages in addition to English beneficial but not required, Demonstrated adherence to high standards of integrity and professional conduct. Maintain a positive attitude, show maturity and emotional stability, and be flexible to new ideas. Adapt to new demands. Respond appropriately to potentially stressful situations., Build positive and productive relationships with clients by understanding the business and providing advice in a way that builds trust and collaboration, Strong project management capability, with a bias for well-informed action, Exceptional interpersonal skills, with an ability to inspire trust and confidence with internal and external stakeholders with different cultural backgrounds, Typically requires a minimum of 12-15 years experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department of a multinational corporation, Experience managing legal professionals (e.g., attorneys, paralegals, contract managers) required, Experience managing global compliance investigations, Advanced university degree in law (e.g., J.D. or LL.M. in US, LL.D, LL.B or LL.M outside US) from accredited school are required. Must possess active license to practice law in location where based or otherwise qualify to lawfully serve as in-house counsel in location where based are required.
 
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Employment Law Attorney
Refer job# YLJX154117
 
Employment Law Attorney The candidate will be responsible for analyzing proposed and established legislation, preparing legal documents, and reviewing company policies. Provide advice and strategic support to business leaders across the company on a range of employment law issues including those relating to recruiting, hiring, performance management, mergers and acquisitions, whistleblowing, compensation and benefits, accommodations, diversity and inclusion programs and other employment-related matters. Collaborate with cross-functional stakeholders and manage projects with a team-oriented approach. Evaluate employment practices, policies, and processes to assess and execute priorities, and ensure compliance. Draft and review employment-related agreements and templates. Investigate and respond to claims, demand letters, administrative complaints, audits, and other employment-related inquiries. Conduct audits, classification reviews, and support other compliance efforts. Assist in managing outside counsel on immigration and employment matters. Assist in developing and conducting training and education programs for employees and managers. Manage, draft, and file nonimmigrant/immigrant applications and act as internal resource for all immigration matters. Facilitate international (non-U.S.) visa processes and foreign assignments. Other duties may be assigned.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor degree. Active law license. At least five(5) years direct experience as an attorney specializing in employment law. Excellent legislation analysis with the ability to communicate and advise management on complex issues and compliance. Must be able to see the big picture and effectively prioritize projects based on level of risk to the organization. Experience in negotiating contracts and conducting internal investigations. Advanced level computer skills, including Microsoft Word and Excel, is required. This position also requires excellent communication, organizational, detail-oriented and problem-solving skills. The ability to work efficiently under pressure, accurately meet deadlines, present a professional demeanor and work well independently is essential. Customer service skills including the ability to manage and respond to different customer situations while maintaining a positive and friendly attitude is essential.
 
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Corporate Counsel Contracting And Vendor Management
Refer job# NDUB153953
 
Corporate Counsel Contracting and Vendor Management Duties: Oversee, review, draft, negotiate and provide practical legal advice and support on complex enterprise transactional agreements and engagements. Develop and improve workflows for initial procurement requirements, contract preparation, negotiation, and finalization to ensure contracts are completed and properly documented in credit union systems. Train and guide personnel on the use of contract playbooks, templates, relevant legal issues, and best practices in contracting. Review and make recommendations to update vendor management program policies, procedures, forms, and checklists based on the credit union's evolving vendor experience and risk profile. Research evolving regulatory standards regarding third-party vendor relationships in the financial services industry and provide recommendations to the Vendor Management Committee and CRO for program improvements. Develop standards and oversight mechanisms to validate, monitor and test vendor compliance with federal and state consumer protection requirements. Train and develop vendor analysts and assist with training of contract personnel in other departments. Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Juris Doctor degree with post-graduate certifications or continuing education in contract management. Must have 10+ years of contracting experience. Current working knowledge of the Uniform Commercial Code, technology contracting issues, and state law contracting principles. Experience implementing contract management processes in large organizations. Ability to excel in upper level management environment. Experience leading a diverse team through hiring, coaching, and performance management. Ability to successfully drive projects, processes, and change management concepts in a dynamic and complex operating environment. Deep familiarity and hands-on experience with contract law principles, negotiation techniques, and project management principles. Experience drafting, negotiating, and managing a high volume and wide variety of contracts including non-disclosure agreements, master service agreements, leases, purchase agreements, and statements of work. Demonstrated experience establishing credibility and rapport with business units, executives, and external business partners. Strong initiative to self-identify areas in need of improvement. Significant analytical skills and strong organizational ability. Keen attention to detail. Excellent and demonstrable oral and written communication skills. High emotional intelligence, good judgment, and sense of humor. Proficiency in MS Word, Power Point, Excel, and Sharepoint is required.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# QGYS153955
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Assist Company's business organizations and act as the Legal team's lead in negotiating transactions. Improve operational processes to help the Legal team accommodate more complexity and growth in Company. Support development, implementation, and maintenance of contract lifecycle management system. Drive compliance efforts related to various company policies. Advise on regulatory compliance for business organizations. Research and advise on corporate governance practices, including domestic and international subsidiary establishment and maintenance. Performance general legal research and analyze associated impact on the company.

Qualifications: JD from an accredited law school with outstanding academic credentials. Admission to a State Bar within the United States. Minimum of 3 years of corporate, transactional, and compliance experience. Excellent research, writing, analytical, negotiation, communication, and presentation skills. Proven experience drafting and negotiating transactions. Analytical, administrative and managerial skills and ability. Excellent attention to detail, self-starter, and ability to work. Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Office, SharePoint, and contract lifecycle management systems.
 
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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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