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Managing Counsel, Data For Cybersecurity, Data & Privacy Legal Team

Phoenix AZ Managing Counsel, Data For Cybersecurity, Data & Privacy Legal Team The candidate role will be managing counsel for the company Corporate Data Office, the organization responsible for data governance and acquisition, fueling company s digital transformation. Role will consist of: Representing a diverse group of global clients on legal issues related to data, including privacy and data protection, working in a team environment with other legal and business professionals around the world, including the CDO, CIO, CTO and CISO. Crafting the global data acquisition and governance programs, collaborating on development of data policies and guidelines, and reviewing data policies and controls. Driving dataset acquisition, data mapping, classification, and related data management and compliance programs. Building strong partnerships across all of company s business units and groups including legal, compliance, information security, HR, product security, sales and marketing, and procurement. Advising business unit product and data science and innovation teams regarding proposed or potential data use/product features, and clearly communicate and help non-experts understand applicable regulations and requirements. Counseling clients on all aspects of domestic and international laws concerning data-related issues, including cross-border data transfers. Assisting broader legal team in driving business units to incorporate privacy by design into products/services and adopting innovative solutions from inception to end-of-life. Providing data and privacy impact assessments and compliance counseling to business teams, including growth businesses and new technologies. Counseling clients on incident preparedness and response. Supporting broader legal team in ongoing development of company's privacy compliance program, including GDPR. Researching and tracking global data, privacy and data protection legislation, evolving regulations, and enforcement and translating them into practical advice. Creating and presenting unique content through training, internal publications and webinars designed to enhance company's culture and comprehension of data, privacy and cybersecurity laws and topics. Working with the Policy Group, other attorneys, the company Corporate Data Office, company Privacy Office, Information Security, and other colleagues in influencing new laws, regulations, and guidelines that may affect company's businesses. Contributing to our ongoing mission to maximize company's impact through personal empowerment, practical solutions, and optimal results on complex global data, privacy and cybersecurity risks and opportunities.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate, with 8 years relevant legal experience in data, privacy and cybersecurity law. Active membership in at least one U.S. state Bar is required. Should have strong data background, including deep understanding of privacy, copyright, and data licensing, and will drive company data stewardship vision collaborating with peers and data science clients, analysts and engineers, enabling data innovation across our business environment. Experience in the technology or computer industry and/or in-house legal work would be an added advantage, as well as CIPP certification. Should have experience emerging trends in the various states, and a working knowledge of international data, privacy and cybersecurity laws, particularly in the EU, Asia or Latin America. Must have demonstrated ability to independently manage a diverse and complex workload, lead initiatives and teams while maintaining priorities and proactively anticipating issues. Should have consistent good judgment and ability to apply legal knowledge to help create practical business solutions. Must have excellent and demonstrated verbal and written communication skills at all levels of an organization. Data engineering and technology background a plus (and/or a data-related undergrad degree).
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2018-08-17

Legal And Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel

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

The candidate should have J.D. Degree from an accredited law school. Must have 3 years of legal experience managing securities compliance and corporate governance matters in a law firm or fast-paced corporate legal department. Proven ability to efficiently manage and contribute to significant numbers of projects simultaneously is preferred. In-house experience is preferred. Experience or interest in working with international corporate and regulatory compliance issues, specifically Irish corporate law is preferred.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-08-13

Sr Corporate Counsel

Phoenix AZ Sr Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for reviewing and negotiating a broad range of contractual and other transactional matters relating to the Company s and its affiliates business of delivering waste and recycling services to commercial, municipal and residential customers. Will draft, review, analyze and negotiate various types of contracts, amendments, confidentiality agreements, responses to requests for proposal and other transactional legal documents. Provides legal advice and counseling to internal clients supported by the Commercial Services Group, including procurement, communications, marketing, product development, sales and revenue management. Assists in providing legal and professional support to the Company s corporate and field personnel on a range of legal matters. Drafts and otherwise contributes to reports to the Company s Chief Legal Officer, senior management and auditors. Prepares legal budgets and recommends legal reserves. Selects and manages outside counsel and internal legal staff. Provides training to management and corporate and field personnel. Assists with reviewing and drafting Company policies and procedures, contract review processes, department administration, and other matters. Will need to follow playbook with respect to Company contracting standards. Will work cooperatively with business personnel, give practical advice, think strategically, and resolve contractual issues with opposing counsel in a professional manner. Performs other job-related duties as assigned or apparent.

The candidate should have a JD. Must be licensed to practice law and in good standing. Minimum six(6) years of experience performing the types of legal work listed. Experience working in a large, multi-state corporate or legal environment. In-house counsel experience. Knowledge of federal, state and local statutes and regulations applicable to publicly-traded organizations. A proven track record demonstrating the ability to independently make decisions regarding complex legal and corporate issues. Outstanding written and oral communications. Outstanding organizational and time management skills. Strong collaboration skills. Excellent judgment. High integrity. Able to apply superior attention to detail in all contract reviews. Work extended hours, as required. Overnight travel may be required.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2018-08-10

Litigation Attorney - Pharmacy

Scottsdale AZ Litigation Attorney - Pharmacy The candidate will be responsible for providing regulatory and strategic legal counsel to business partners with respect to pharmacy regulations and laws on a wide variety of matters. Will work with internal corporate partners to establish appropriate legal defenses through witness interviews, review of internal data, policies, and procedures, preparation of witnesses for informal and formal administrative proceedings, and evaluation and negotiation of proposed settlement offers. Will draft responses on behalf of the company and review responses of outside counsel to allegations of non-compliance. Wwill gain experience working with a dynamic in-house legal department and playing a key role in our pharmacy practice. Will collaborate with other team members on communications with Boards of Pharmacy and identification of administrative enforcement trends that may impact business goals and operations. Partnering with the corporate compliance office to ensure completion of changes to retail pharmacy policies and procedures in order for the business to remain complaint. Identifying business and legal risks in retail pharmacy operations to ensure complaint pharmacy practices. Developing a deep understanding of the business and operational goals of retail pharmacy while maintaining positive relationships with clients at all levels of the organization. Partnering with other internal attorneys on legal and regulatory compliance and general corporate legal issues. Must have 6+ years litigation experience in law firm or in-house setting. Must be admitted to practice law in at least one state and in good standing with applicable bar association(s). Should preferably have 1+ year of Pharmacy regulatory experience. Must have 1+ year of Healthcare litigation experience. Bachelor's Degree and JD is required. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2018-08-10

Corporate Counsel

Tempe AZ Corporate Counsel The candidate will join the Consumer Marketing legal team. Will collaborate with Marketing, CRM, Optimization, and other business stakeholders on global consumer legal issues and risks. Assist with developing efficient processes, revising and complying with company policies and procedures, IP, and business strategies. Provide timely legal marketing/advertising reviews on consumer-facing collateral. Advise on legal matters for digital commerce teams and brand & creative like: marketing retention strategies, consumer protection issues, app operations and development, member services and support scripts, social media platforms, and UDAAP topics. Help manage affiliate marketing compliance, including administering compliance tool(s), collaborating with internal teams to help determine remediation strategies, sending enforcement and/or take-down letters, and developing and improving partner processes. Draft and/or review a variety of marketing partnerships and IP agreements to ensure the effective protection, acquisition, and/or licensing of our products and/or intellectual property rights. Assist with legal advice and drafting/negotiating emerging payment processing and/or transactions.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Should be licensed or eligible to practice law in the State of California, Arizona, or Utah. Must have 3-5 years of prior experience (either in law firm and/or in-house counsel setting) with marketing and advertising, CRM, software / technology / internet, intellectual property, regulatory compliance, and contract and/or transactional negotiations. Must be willing to travel occasionally.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2018-08-05

Corporate Counsel

Tempe AZ Corporate Counsel The candidate will have an opportunity to join a very team of creative consumer attorneys who support the Consumer Business Unit. The focus of position is to advise and be legal point person to senior product leader(s), on (1) LifeLock product review legal matters for launch or modification of product offerings, including go-to-market aspects, (2) review, negotiate and draft agreements in the areas of inbound services or technology to support the product launch, and (3) address all legal matters that relate to new and evolving business models and product offerings. Requires collaboration with internal and external legal experts to provide timely and effective legal services to the LifeLock product managers and leader(s). As a member of the Consumer Business Unit Legal Team, have the opportunity to address many unique issues and challenges in a fast-paced environment of innovation.

The candidate must have 5-10 years of relevant experience in the consumer software/services area and, identity theft protection industry or related services either in a corporate legal department and/or law firm. Should have JD degree from an accredited law school, excellent academic credentials, and admission to CA or other State Bar. Must have solid technology licensing experience and knowledge of consumer product launch and go-to-market legal activities. Must have experience in regulatory consumer law, including CFPB, FTC, and working with credit related products and credit services, insurance, identity, security and privacy.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2018-08-05

Associate General Counsel (corporate Office)

Phoenix AZ Associate General Counsel (Corporate Office) The candidate: Provides advice and counsel to the healthcare-related departments including, but not limited to, Provider Services, Medical Management, Program Integrity, and Claims. Will draft, review and participate in negotiating contracts with providers and other organizations with a goal of achieving acceptable risk levels. Identifies and analyzes legal issues (including conducting legal research, identifying new or emerging areas of risk, etc.), presents clear recommendations, and ensures legal compliance. Investigates, researches and provides general legal advice on a broad range of issues arising from operations. Reviews and develops documents and contracts as necessary including provider agreements, business associate agreements, transactions involving electronic health records, telehealth, and others as needs arise. Assists in providing legal advice to departments and committees throughout on all health law issues, including fraud and abuse, privacy and security, and peer review privilege. Drafts and reviews other miscellaneous legal documents and correspondence. Researches current issues and developments related to government health care programs, health insurance and impact of existing and proposed healthcare regulations. Performs legal research and prepares memoranda on other legal issues as assigned. Assists with the development and monitoring of internal regulatory compliance procedures. Reviews marketing materials, responses to grievances, routine and priority correspondence, and internal and external communications documents. Functions on standing and ad hoc committees as a representative of the Legal department including to, committees responsible for firm s peer review, quality, and credentialing programs. Assists with training and implementation to ensure legal compliance with requirements. Reviews and revises Company policies and procedures. Ensures that Company employees and committee members are aware of and in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Educates staff and committee members on legal requirements as appropriate. Advises senior leadership of the legal ramifications of past and proposed company actions. Performs other duties as assigned. Regular and reliable attendance is required. Should have experience with regulatory matters, including Medicare and Medicaid and conditions of participation in federal healthcare programs, anti-kickback laws, self-referral laws and HIPAA. Experience in fraud and abuse work and experience with corporate and transactional matters for health care providers is preferred. JD degree from an accredited law school License to practice in the State of Arizona 4+ years legal experience in healthcare or related field. Should have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Must have experience advising managed care administrators, health plans, or healthcare providers. Should preferably be familiarity with government-funded healthcare programs. Prior experience with federal government contracting is a plus. Should preferably have experience reviewing, drafting, and negotiating commercial contracts, including technology agreements. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-08-03

Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Card and Auto Litigation VP

Phoenix AZ Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Card and Auto Litigation VP The candidate will join the DLG s Collections Litigation Legal Group. Will work with our business partners to support past and future collections litigation efforts for CCB s auto and credit card businesses. Auto-focused work will include replevin, repossession, and deficiency balances, while credit card work will focus on the recovery of defaulted loans. Assist both lines of business in continually improving the collections litigation process, making strategic litigation decisions, managing escalated cases, and assisting in overseeing outside counsel and internal processes for sworn documents used in collections litigation. Duties: The responsibilities of the position include: Partnering with the Card and Auto lines of business to evaluate, implement, and improve consistent and strategically-sound Collections Litigation practices and procedures; Evaluating, defining, and drafting collections litigation strategies and business processes; Managing and interacting with outside collections litigation counsel in all jurisdictions across the country, including providing strategic direction; Partnering with company s legal oversight group in supervising outside counsel; Overseeing the contents and execution of sworn documents used in collections litigation; and Directly handling and solving escalated collections litigation issues.

Th candidate should have a J.D. or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. Should have 5+ years of practicing litigation experience. Should have in-house legal experience, including working with Risk Management, Compliance, and Audit. Must have experience with state and local rules of civil procedure. Experience handling a wide range of litigation from small matters to multimillion dollar cases is needed. Should have advanced legal research skills. Must have strong written and verbal communication skills. Should have strong organizational skills and the ability to drive complex projects. Dedication to protecting the reputation of company throughout the litigation process is required. Should have working knowledge of FDCPA and related debt collections laws, as well as familiarity with TCPA, SCRA, UDAAP, FCRA, and the Bankruptcy Code.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-30

Banking Counsel

Phoenix AZ Banking Counsel The candidate works with the Senior Banking Counsel, other attorneys, and staff within the Legal Department s Banking Group on a wide variety of operational, compliance, and customer matters. Banking Counsel provides legal advice to the Bank in connection with its deposit operations (including deposits, collections, and credit cards), treasury management sales and services, product management, risk management, legal process, and compliance (including BSA/AML) activities. Will be responsible for drafting, reviewing and/or negotiating customer and third party service provider contracts, agreements and other documents related to the Bank s operations. Drafts standardized bank contracts agreements, forms and other legal documents for use with customers and third party service providers. Provides legal support on compliance, operational and risk management matters including product management and development. Provides legal advice and representation on customer and third party matters and disputes. Participates in the definition and development of branch banking, deposit operations, and risk management policies, procedures and quality control programs. Reviews, provides legal advice, and negotiates to various lines of business on third party service provider contracts. Oversees the work of outside counsel for engagements on behalf of the Company. Must have Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school and active license to practice law in Arizona or other U.S. Jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience in private practice or in-house. In-depth knowledge of the legal and operational aspects of the U.S. banking industry and payments systems, including bank deposits, check/ACH/wire processing, and payment cards is required. Working knowledge of consumer compliance law in the financial services space is needed. Advanced ability to review legal research, and analyze and summarize findings as necessary is must. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-26

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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Managing Counsel, Data For Cybersecurity, Data & Privacy Legal Team
Refer job# TKTC140402
 
Managing Counsel, Data For Cybersecurity, Data & Privacy Legal Team The candidate role will be managing counsel for the company Corporate Data Office, the organization responsible for data governance and acquisition, fueling company s digital transformation. Role will consist of: Representing a diverse group of global clients on legal issues related to data, including privacy and data protection, working in a team environment with other legal and business professionals around the world, including the CDO, CIO, CTO and CISO. Crafting the global data acquisition and governance programs, collaborating on development of data policies and guidelines, and reviewing data policies and controls. Driving dataset acquisition, data mapping, classification, and related data management and compliance programs. Building strong partnerships across all of company s business units and groups including legal, compliance, information security, HR, product security, sales and marketing, and procurement. Advising business unit product and data science and innovation teams regarding proposed or potential data use/product features, and clearly communicate and help non-experts understand applicable regulations and requirements. Counseling clients on all aspects of domestic and international laws concerning data-related issues, including cross-border data transfers. Assisting broader legal team in driving business units to incorporate privacy by design into products/services and adopting innovative solutions from inception to end-of-life. Providing data and privacy impact assessments and compliance counseling to business teams, including growth businesses and new technologies. Counseling clients on incident preparedness and response. Supporting broader legal team in ongoing development of company's privacy compliance program, including GDPR. Researching and tracking global data, privacy and data protection legislation, evolving regulations, and enforcement and translating them into practical advice. Creating and presenting unique content through training, internal publications and webinars designed to enhance company's culture and comprehension of data, privacy and cybersecurity laws and topics. Working with the Policy Group, other attorneys, the company Corporate Data Office, company Privacy Office, Information Security, and other colleagues in influencing new laws, regulations, and guidelines that may affect company's businesses. Contributing to our ongoing mission to maximize company's impact through personal empowerment, practical solutions, and optimal results on complex global data, privacy and cybersecurity risks and opportunities.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate, with 8 years relevant legal experience in data, privacy and cybersecurity law. Active membership in at least one U.S. state Bar is required. Should have strong data background, including deep understanding of privacy, copyright, and data licensing, and will drive company data stewardship vision collaborating with peers and data science clients, analysts and engineers, enabling data innovation across our business environment. Experience in the technology or computer industry and/or in-house legal work would be an added advantage, as well as CIPP certification. Should have experience emerging trends in the various states, and a working knowledge of international data, privacy and cybersecurity laws, particularly in the EU, Asia or Latin America. Must have demonstrated ability to independently manage a diverse and complex workload, lead initiatives and teams while maintaining priorities and proactively anticipating issues. Should have consistent good judgment and ability to apply legal knowledge to help create practical business solutions. Must have excellent and demonstrated verbal and written communication skills at all levels of an organization. Data engineering and technology background a plus (and/or a data-related undergrad degree).
 
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Legal And Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel
Refer job# OFLX140345
 
Legal and Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel The candidate will prepare board resolutions, presentations and other board materials relating to company transactions, annual meetings, share plan operations and related matters; and otherwise support the board and committee meeting material preparation and distribution process. Will aid in the preparation of the company's filings with, and other matters concerning, the SEC (including filings on Forms 10-Q, 10-K and 8-K, Section 16 filings, no action letters and similar items). Aid in the preparation of the company's annual proxy/information statements, manage directors' and officers' questionnaires and participate in the planning of and preparation for shareholder meetings. Assist with Irish corporate law filings and NYSE compliance matters, including with regard to director independence and related party transactions. Review the company's websites and other communications for compliance with SEC and other regulations. Research current topics within the areas of corporate law, securities and finance; prepare memoranda for internal distribution and education of these developments. Respond to internal inquiries related to SEC compliance and corporate secretarial matters. Provide support for other corporate transactions, as needed. Help to organize and manage the team's internal databases of research and filing information. Develop internal guidelines, toolkits, policies and packaged knowledge on various legal and business issues. Manage both in-house and outside legal resources.

The candidate should have J.D. Degree from an accredited law school. Must have 3 years of legal experience managing securities compliance and corporate governance matters in a law firm or fast-paced corporate legal department. Proven ability to efficiently manage and contribute to significant numbers of projects simultaneously is preferred. In-house experience is preferred. Experience or interest in working with international corporate and regulatory compliance issues, specifically Irish corporate law is preferred.
 
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Sr Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LVTC140295
 
Sr Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for reviewing and negotiating a broad range of contractual and other transactional matters relating to the Company s and its affiliates business of delivering waste and recycling services to commercial, municipal and residential customers. Will draft, review, analyze and negotiate various types of contracts, amendments, confidentiality agreements, responses to requests for proposal and other transactional legal documents. Provides legal advice and counseling to internal clients supported by the Commercial Services Group, including procurement, communications, marketing, product development, sales and revenue management. Assists in providing legal and professional support to the Company s corporate and field personnel on a range of legal matters. Drafts and otherwise contributes to reports to the Company s Chief Legal Officer, senior management and auditors. Prepares legal budgets and recommends legal reserves. Selects and manages outside counsel and internal legal staff. Provides training to management and corporate and field personnel. Assists with reviewing and drafting Company policies and procedures, contract review processes, department administration, and other matters. Will need to follow playbook with respect to Company contracting standards. Will work cooperatively with business personnel, give practical advice, think strategically, and resolve contractual issues with opposing counsel in a professional manner. Performs other job-related duties as assigned or apparent.

The candidate should have a JD. Must be licensed to practice law and in good standing. Minimum six(6) years of experience performing the types of legal work listed. Experience working in a large, multi-state corporate or legal environment. In-house counsel experience. Knowledge of federal, state and local statutes and regulations applicable to publicly-traded organizations. A proven track record demonstrating the ability to independently make decisions regarding complex legal and corporate issues. Outstanding written and oral communications. Outstanding organizational and time management skills. Strong collaboration skills. Excellent judgment. High integrity. Able to apply superior attention to detail in all contract reviews. Work extended hours, as required. Overnight travel may be required.
 
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Litigation Attorney - Pharmacy
Refer job# MYPV140301
 
Litigation Attorney - Pharmacy The candidate will be responsible for providing regulatory and strategic legal counsel to business partners with respect to pharmacy regulations and laws on a wide variety of matters. Will work with internal corporate partners to establish appropriate legal defenses through witness interviews, review of internal data, policies, and procedures, preparation of witnesses for informal and formal administrative proceedings, and evaluation and negotiation of proposed settlement offers. Will draft responses on behalf of the company and review responses of outside counsel to allegations of non-compliance. Wwill gain experience working with a dynamic in-house legal department and playing a key role in our pharmacy practice. Will collaborate with other team members on communications with Boards of Pharmacy and identification of administrative enforcement trends that may impact business goals and operations. Partnering with the corporate compliance office to ensure completion of changes to retail pharmacy policies and procedures in order for the business to remain complaint. Identifying business and legal risks in retail pharmacy operations to ensure complaint pharmacy practices. Developing a deep understanding of the business and operational goals of retail pharmacy while maintaining positive relationships with clients at all levels of the organization. Partnering with other internal attorneys on legal and regulatory compliance and general corporate legal issues. Must have 6+ years litigation experience in law firm or in-house setting. Must be admitted to practice law in at least one state and in good standing with applicable bar association(s). Should preferably have 1+ year of Pharmacy regulatory experience. Must have 1+ year of Healthcare litigation experience. Bachelor's Degree and JD is required.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SFRQ140226
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will join the Consumer Marketing legal team. Will collaborate with Marketing, CRM, Optimization, and other business stakeholders on global consumer legal issues and risks. Assist with developing efficient processes, revising and complying with company policies and procedures, IP, and business strategies. Provide timely legal marketing/advertising reviews on consumer-facing collateral. Advise on legal matters for digital commerce teams and brand & creative like: marketing retention strategies, consumer protection issues, app operations and development, member services and support scripts, social media platforms, and UDAAP topics. Help manage affiliate marketing compliance, including administering compliance tool(s), collaborating with internal teams to help determine remediation strategies, sending enforcement and/or take-down letters, and developing and improving partner processes. Draft and/or review a variety of marketing partnerships and IP agreements to ensure the effective protection, acquisition, and/or licensing of our products and/or intellectual property rights. Assist with legal advice and drafting/negotiating emerging payment processing and/or transactions.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Should be licensed or eligible to practice law in the State of California, Arizona, or Utah. Must have 3-5 years of prior experience (either in law firm and/or in-house counsel setting) with marketing and advertising, CRM, software / technology / internet, intellectual property, regulatory compliance, and contract and/or transactional negotiations. Must be willing to travel occasionally.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TTAU140235
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will have an opportunity to join a very team of creative consumer attorneys who support the Consumer Business Unit. The focus of position is to advise and be legal point person to senior product leader(s), on (1) LifeLock product review legal matters for launch or modification of product offerings, including go-to-market aspects, (2) review, negotiate and draft agreements in the areas of inbound services or technology to support the product launch, and (3) address all legal matters that relate to new and evolving business models and product offerings. Requires collaboration with internal and external legal experts to provide timely and effective legal services to the LifeLock product managers and leader(s). As a member of the Consumer Business Unit Legal Team, have the opportunity to address many unique issues and challenges in a fast-paced environment of innovation.

The candidate must have 5-10 years of relevant experience in the consumer software/services area and, identity theft protection industry or related services either in a corporate legal department and/or law firm. Should have JD degree from an accredited law school, excellent academic credentials, and admission to CA or other State Bar. Must have solid technology licensing experience and knowledge of consumer product launch and go-to-market legal activities. Must have experience in regulatory consumer law, including CFPB, FTC, and working with credit related products and credit services, insurance, identity, security and privacy.
 
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Associate General Counsel (corporate Office)
Refer job# ZIES140199
 
Associate General Counsel (Corporate Office) The candidate: Provides advice and counsel to the healthcare-related departments including, but not limited to, Provider Services, Medical Management, Program Integrity, and Claims. Will draft, review and participate in negotiating contracts with providers and other organizations with a goal of achieving acceptable risk levels. Identifies and analyzes legal issues (including conducting legal research, identifying new or emerging areas of risk, etc.), presents clear recommendations, and ensures legal compliance. Investigates, researches and provides general legal advice on a broad range of issues arising from operations. Reviews and develops documents and contracts as necessary including provider agreements, business associate agreements, transactions involving electronic health records, telehealth, and others as needs arise. Assists in providing legal advice to departments and committees throughout on all health law issues, including fraud and abuse, privacy and security, and peer review privilege. Drafts and reviews other miscellaneous legal documents and correspondence. Researches current issues and developments related to government health care programs, health insurance and impact of existing and proposed healthcare regulations. Performs legal research and prepares memoranda on other legal issues as assigned. Assists with the development and monitoring of internal regulatory compliance procedures. Reviews marketing materials, responses to grievances, routine and priority correspondence, and internal and external communications documents. Functions on standing and ad hoc committees as a representative of the Legal department including to, committees responsible for firm s peer review, quality, and credentialing programs. Assists with training and implementation to ensure legal compliance with requirements. Reviews and revises Company policies and procedures. Ensures that Company employees and committee members are aware of and in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Educates staff and committee members on legal requirements as appropriate. Advises senior leadership of the legal ramifications of past and proposed company actions. Performs other duties as assigned. Regular and reliable attendance is required. Should have experience with regulatory matters, including Medicare and Medicaid and conditions of participation in federal healthcare programs, anti-kickback laws, self-referral laws and HIPAA. Experience in fraud and abuse work and experience with corporate and transactional matters for health care providers is preferred. JD degree from an accredited law school License to practice in the State of Arizona 4+ years legal experience in healthcare or related field. Should have excellent written and verbal communication skills. Must have experience advising managed care administrators, health plans, or healthcare providers. Should preferably be familiarity with government-funded healthcare programs. Prior experience with federal government contracting is a plus. Should preferably have experience reviewing, drafting, and negotiating commercial contracts, including technology agreements.
 
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Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Card and Auto Litigation VP
Refer job# TIUO140115
 
Legal - Assistant General Counsel - Card and Auto Litigation VP The candidate will join the DLG s Collections Litigation Legal Group. Will work with our business partners to support past and future collections litigation efforts for CCB s auto and credit card businesses. Auto-focused work will include replevin, repossession, and deficiency balances, while credit card work will focus on the recovery of defaulted loans. Assist both lines of business in continually improving the collections litigation process, making strategic litigation decisions, managing escalated cases, and assisting in overseeing outside counsel and internal processes for sworn documents used in collections litigation. Duties: The responsibilities of the position include: Partnering with the Card and Auto lines of business to evaluate, implement, and improve consistent and strategically-sound Collections Litigation practices and procedures; Evaluating, defining, and drafting collections litigation strategies and business processes; Managing and interacting with outside collections litigation counsel in all jurisdictions across the country, including providing strategic direction; Partnering with company s legal oversight group in supervising outside counsel; Overseeing the contents and execution of sworn documents used in collections litigation; and Directly handling and solving escalated collections litigation issues.

Th candidate should have a J.D. or educational equivalent required. Attorney candidates must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment. Should have 5+ years of practicing litigation experience. Should have in-house legal experience, including working with Risk Management, Compliance, and Audit. Must have experience with state and local rules of civil procedure. Experience handling a wide range of litigation from small matters to multimillion dollar cases is needed. Should have advanced legal research skills. Must have strong written and verbal communication skills. Should have strong organizational skills and the ability to drive complex projects. Dedication to protecting the reputation of company throughout the litigation process is required. Should have working knowledge of FDCPA and related debt collections laws, as well as familiarity with TCPA, SCRA, UDAAP, FCRA, and the Bankruptcy Code.
 
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Banking Counsel
Refer job# QJKF140053
 
Banking Counsel The candidate works with the Senior Banking Counsel, other attorneys, and staff within the Legal Department s Banking Group on a wide variety of operational, compliance, and customer matters. Banking Counsel provides legal advice to the Bank in connection with its deposit operations (including deposits, collections, and credit cards), treasury management sales and services, product management, risk management, legal process, and compliance (including BSA/AML) activities. Will be responsible for drafting, reviewing and/or negotiating customer and third party service provider contracts, agreements and other documents related to the Bank s operations. Drafts standardized bank contracts agreements, forms and other legal documents for use with customers and third party service providers. Provides legal support on compliance, operational and risk management matters including product management and development. Provides legal advice and representation on customer and third party matters and disputes. Participates in the definition and development of branch banking, deposit operations, and risk management policies, procedures and quality control programs. Reviews, provides legal advice, and negotiates to various lines of business on third party service provider contracts. Oversees the work of outside counsel for engagements on behalf of the Company. Must have Juris Doctor degree from an accredited law school and active license to practice law in Arizona or other U.S. Jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years of relevant experience in private practice or in-house. In-depth knowledge of the legal and operational aspects of the U.S. banking industry and payments systems, including bank deposits, check/ACH/wire processing, and payment cards is required. Working knowledge of consumer compliance law in the financial services space is needed. Advanced ability to review legal research, and analyze and summarize findings as necessary is must.
 
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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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