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Privacy Attorney

Short Hills NJ Privacy Attorney The candidate will plan, design, develop, implement, maintain, and ensure adherence to a comprehensive global privacy program. Work as part of the Privacy team with day-to-day privacy and data protection matters in North America (US and Canada). The attorney will also work on global privacy matters and initiatives as necessary. This position has day-to-day responsibilities in North America that include: Contract review including data transfer, data processing agreements, and other commercial language as needed. Conducting Privacy Impact Assessment reviews;Conducting internal and third-party privacy and compliance reviews and tracking and supporting remediation activities; Maintaining Privacy Shield certification for organization and all subsidiaries; Updating privacy notices and policies to comply with changing laws;Counseling on and drafting product disclaimers, consent forms, and other public facing documents to ensure compliance with applicable data protection laws; Monitoring and responding to the privacy requests for the inbox; Maintaining our internal privacy intranet page; Providing support on the monitoring of changing data protection and data governance laws and regulations on a global basis; Providing privacy and compliance training and raising awareness of key privacy concepts; Supporting security team on data security issues and analyzing security events for privacy purposes; Working with various internal corporate teams, including our data governance team, on data protection compliance matters; Support our Information Governance program;Provide strategic and tactical support for all compliance related programs and initiatives including: anti-corruption, lobbying compliance, export controls, fraud and anti-money laundering; compliance investigations; record management; assisting with compliance and privacy reviews of business units, international markets and partners, and preparation and presentation of training programs.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from an accredited U.S. law school and license to practice law required. CIPP/US, CIPP/C, or CIPP/EU a plus. Should have 3-5 years of legal, and 1-2 years of privacy and compliance-related, experience, preferably with in-house experience and experience for a multi-national public company. Should have Knowledge and subject matter command of U.S. state, federal and international privacy laws, regulations and industry standards. Should have Knowledge of key privacy regulations such as GDPR, PIPEDA, and CCPA. Should be able to engage business colleagues and leaders at all levels, and work with cross-organizational stakeholders and decision makers with different geographical and operational responsibilities to achieve effective and desired outcomes. Proven track record of creative problem solving, building consensus, forging coalitions and leveraging professional relationships to achieve strategic objectives and to create an effective culture of compliance while also providing practical advice. Able to support the design and implementation of programs to support organization and promote our Privacy-By-Design program objectives.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-08-16

Senior Counsel, Compliance

Parsippany NJ Senior Counsel, Compliance The candidate will provide advice on topics as broad as product portfolio - everything from advertising, marketing and commercial contracts to compliance, crisis management and intellectual property. Will tackle complex issues that cross organisational and geographical boundaries. Must be an experienced, qualified lawyer who thinks commercially and relishes finding solutions to challenges. Should have a wealth of experience in advising on compliance and legal issues. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Data Privacy Counsel

Teaneck NJ Data Privacy Counsel Responsibilities: Will be involved in the coordination and management of data privacy issues across the and will work closely with the wider privacy team to draw on local legal knowledge around the globe. Will be part of the privacy team, all of our lawyers work closely withs legal teams located across the globe. Will collaborate with external counsel (as required) on issues of local law and practice. Will include: Providing strategic advice and direction on product and service development privacy issues across the organization. Providing legal compliance support and advice to business and legal teams. Driving, developing and implementing privacy activities, projects and strategies. Management of key business partners to ensure their support of and alignment with the global privacy programs objectives and requirements. Monitoring developments in regulatory and legislative change and advising the wider organization on necessary organizational changes required. Driving awareness and accountability throughout the organization toward greater business transparency and reinforcing trust from customers, business partners and consumers. Identifying, evaluating and managing risks in a way that enables the organization to deliver sustainable business growth. Reviewing and negotiating customer contracts and responding to customer privacy questionnaires and audits. Drafting, developing, implementing and maintainings privacy policies, procedures, notices and guidelines and those of individual clients. Instructing and managing outside counsel on issues of local law and practice. In collaboration with greater team, develop data privacy training programs to support business teams, internal support functions and corporate development generally. Support growth of new business opportunities by analyzing privacy implications of new products and services and providing guidance on minimizing privacy compliance risk, and as needed, conducting privacy impact and risk assessments related thereto. Regularly reviewing and evaluating compliance processes to guarantee best in class methodology across all areas of the organization ensuring appropriate monitoring and auditing processes are effectively implemented.

Qualifications: A licensed lawyer with 8+ years experience in private practice or as in-house counsel, although professionals at all levels of experience with demonstrable ability to fill the role will be considered. Extensive data privacy knowledge and experience is essential both in terms of statutory/regulatory compliance, process and a commercial attitude; an interest in the technology industry and familiarity with cloud services is highly desirable. CIPP/CIPM/CIPT certification (or equivalent) is also highly desirable. Fluent in English, both verbally and in writing; Spanish language skills are desirable. Ability to balance legal risks with commercial needs. Collaborative self-starter, comfortable working in team environment and independently. Excellent communicator and able to communicate effectively with people at all levels of our organization and within our clients; both oral and in drafting. Able to multitask with rapidly changing priorities and to manage multiple tasks in a dynamic environment. Flexible, strong and self-assured personality. Experience to operate within an international environment with a diversity of cultures. Possess analytical problem solving and project management skills. Commercial customer service first mentality.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-12

Associate Corporate Counsel

Newark NJ Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be a key member of companys legal team providing wide-ranging support to companys cutting-edge businesses. Will work closely with company and Amazon stakeholders on a variety of transactions and initiatives as well as provide day-to-day strategic and legal advice. Principal duties include counseling business partners in legal areas such as new product and feature development; privacy (including the GDPR, CCPA and similar frameworks); advertising technology; territorial expansion; new ventures and partnerships; software licensing; institutional (B2B) transactions; as well as general legal areas such as structuring, drafting and negotiating a variety of commercial contracts and advising on consumer protection laws and other regulatory matters.

The candidate should have J.D. from a top-tier law school. Must have 2+ years of commercial or transactional legal experience at a leading global law firm and/or in-house at a major multinational corporation. Must be member in good standing of at least one state bar. Should preferably have experience in privacy, advertising technology, software licensing and digital media. Fluency in Spanish (or in a language other than English) is desired.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-12

Corporate Counsel, Global R&d Legal Na

Bridgewater NJ Corporate Counsel, Global R&D Legal NA The candidate provides legal advice on R&D matters in particular those relating to R&D contract matters. Negotiates, drafts and reviews R&D agreements of all types, including clinical supply, clinical trial, clinical digital transactions, technology platform licensing and R&D collaborations. Reviews R&D agreements negotiated by paralegal and non-legal staff including risk assessment associated with non-standard provisions. Provides prompt, accurate legal counsel to client groups on R&D legal matters. Drafts and reviews policies and guidelines. Works with client groups to identify, assess and address general legal concerns. Implements company policies and standards for business conduct. Demonstrates LEAD Competencies and Company Values on a consistent basis. Performs related duties as requested. Should have 4-Year College Degree, preferably a B.S. degree or higher in biology or chemistry. Should have Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Should have 4+ years of experience working in a law firm or in-house corporate legal department. Should have experience working within the Pharmaceutical industry. Should have admission to a State Bar. Should have experience working on cross-functional teams that successfully met business goals while maintaining strict compliance with relevant laws, regulations and company policies. Should be highly proficient in contract negotiation and drafting, including liability, indemnification and intellectual property / patent provisions related to R&D collaborations and licensing agreements. Should have working knowledge of regulations and laws impacting the pharmaceutical industry including privacy laws, HIPAA and informed consent regulations. Should have ability to advise R&D groups about how to meet business goals while maintaining complete compliance with required laws, regulations and company policy. Should have basic knowledge of pharmaceutical industry trends, legislative initiatives and impact on the company. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-02

Intellectual Property Attorney-general

Princeton NJ Intellectual Property Attorney-General The candidate will provide duties include: Actively counsel members of Clinical Development and Medical Affairs departments to identify new inventions as well as devise and implement strategies for patent protection and publication throughout all phases of drug development and commercialization. Create and implement global strategic approaches toward building patent portfolios and providing value to business in view of pharmaceutical product life cycle. Build and manage patent portfolios by identifying inventions and preparing, prosecuting, maintaining and defending patent, especially inventions arising in clinical developments. Prepare and prosecute patent applications including effectively managing outside counsel as needed. Evaluate and monitor patent portfolios of third parties, including IP due diligence in in-licensing opportunities. Develop and communicate IP guidance to stakeholders across the business, including within Clinical Development, Medical Affairs, Business Development, Commercial, Marketing, and Legal Affairs. Support intellectual property-related transactional work. Work collaboratively with colleagues and leadership in the legal and IP function as well as the Clinical Development and Medical Affairs departments, including substantial interactions with IP function of headquarters in Japan. Develop an understanding of the firms technology, scientific and business strategy to develop and prioritize IP strategies and to identify IP-related risks; advise company management and stakeholders on IP strategies and risks. Provide support for patent, licensing, trademark and copyright matters. Provide IP and technical analysis in support of patent litigation. Perform other legal, administrative and corporate duties upon request.

The candidate must have Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) or equivalent degree. Must be a licensed US Attorney, USPTO Registration Number is required. Advanced degree in chemistry, biology or related discipline is preferred. Must have 3+ years of relevant experience as an in-house patent attorney in the pharmaceutical industry including identifying and protecting inventions arising in clinical developments. Laboratory experience in relevant scientific area is preferred. Previous law firm experience is preferred. Must have experience integrating global outlook and management of pharmaceutical product life cycle into decision-making process. Must have experience and demonstrated ability to collaborate, build and sustain effective partnerships with multicultural key stakeholders and project teams. Experience of managing external service providers is preferred. Must have first-hand experience of patent drafting and patent prosecution. Must have first-hand experience of IP-related litigation. Must have ability to take initiative to complete tasks, manage risks, and manage multiple tasks and projects with rapidly changing priorities. Must have outstanding organizational skills, attention to detail, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, to work in a team and assist others as needed. Must have ability to identify problems and work to implement solutions, to exercise good judgment regarding the interpretation of policies, development of procedures, and selection of appropriate courses of action.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-25

Associate General Counsel- Tax

Basking Ridge NJ Associate General Counsel- Tax The Candidate will be responsible for conducting research on all state and local tax matters (income, transaction, property, payroll, etc.) arising from mergers, acquisitions, new product launches or offerings, compliance matters, and the like. Advising the Tax Department on the state tax treatment of Verizons services and purchases. Advising and reviewing the state and local tax aspects of internal reorganizations and M&A. Managing state and local tax controversies, developing strategies and arguments related to those controversies, preparing and filing protests, and working with outside counsel when appropriate. Drafting document production, interrogatories, and other various discovery requests and responses. Drafting briefs and various motions typical in motion practice. Utilizing e-discovery knowledge to aid with handling receipt of discovery and service of discovery complex litigation matters. Working with the Verizon Tax Policy group to review state and local income tax legislation.

The candidate should have J.D. from accredited institution. Member of bar of at least one state, NJ or NY bar preferred with 7+years of experience handling state and local taxes. Experience with Discovery/Procedural Motions. Strong Finance Background preferred and Strong litigation experience preferred.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-23

Director, Regulatory Compliance Counsel

Moorestown NJ Director, Regulatory Compliance Counsel The candidate will ensure compliance with all Consumer Federal Protection Bureau (CFPB) requirements, federal, state, and agencies rules and regulations. Assist in the implementation of the companys compliance policies and procedures for the Residential Servicing Department. Provide day-to-day compliance support to the Residential Servicing Department and the management team. Coordinate activities to/from the Legal Department and the Residential Servicing Department. Serve on the Residential Servicing Change Management Process and be an active participate in the change meetings. Respond to loan-level management compliance questions and assist the servicing management staff. Provide Legal Department assistance in prompt correction of compliance deficiencies that are identified by any internal or external agency. Maintain competence in consumer protection laws and regulations governing residential mortgage activities, including TILA and RESPA, FDCPA, ECOA, FCRA and other applicable law and rules. Assist in the review and redlining of process and procedures and job aides. Monitor emerging compliance issues and assist in assessing the potential exposure of Freedom Mortgage. Assist with onsite and offsite audit review and required responses. Provide additional support to the Residential Servicing Department as directed by the Chief Compliance Officer. Performs other related duties as assigned. Must have Juris Doctor (J.D.) Degree. 8+ years prior residential servicing compliance experience is required. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-22

Corporate Counsel

Lyndhurst NJ Corporate Counsel The candidate should have 5-8 years of corporate law related experience in a business environment. Reporting to the Senior Vice President and General Counsel, will handle a variety of corporate law related matters, including contracts, warranties, and litigation matters. Experience in drafting and negotiating complex agreements including supply, private label, lease, service, warranty, and confidentiality agreements is expected. Establishing and maintaining valuable professional working relationships with all departments, such as Sales, Operations, Procurement, R&D and Technical, is critical. Must be admitted to practice law in New Jersey. Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2019-07-22

New Jersey - Senior Corporate Counsel

Madison NJ Senior Corporate Counsel
The candidate will draft and negotiate contract of many types and counseling clients on a broad range of business, compliance, healthcare and regulator (Federal and State) matters. Should have a J.D. degree. Must have 7+ years of experience as a practicing attorney with 3+ years in a law firm. Should be eligible to practice in the State of New Jersey. Mergers and acquisition experience as primary lawyer is required. Significant experience in drafting and negotiating contracts, including confidentiality agreements and ancillary transaction agreements is needed. Should have healthcare experience, including fraud and abuse and STARK laws. Should preferably have experience to include: purchasing and supply agreements; hospital agreements, including drafting and structuring ACO arrangements; outsourcing of services; and representation of healthcare providers.
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Associate Corporate Counsel
In-House,Audible, Inc.
Location : Newark, NJ, United States

Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be a key member of company?s legal team providing wide-ranging support to company?s cutting-edge businesses. Will work closely with company and Amazon stakeholders on a variety of transactions and initi... + read more

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Senior Claims Examiner - EPL
In-House,Arch Capital Group Ltd.
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Privacy Attorney
Refer job# VEXZ145547
 
Privacy Attorney The candidate will plan, design, develop, implement, maintain, and ensure adherence to a comprehensive global privacy program. Work as part of the Privacy team with day-to-day privacy and data protection matters in North America (US and Canada). The attorney will also work on global privacy matters and initiatives as necessary. This position has day-to-day responsibilities in North America that include: Contract review including data transfer, data processing agreements, and other commercial language as needed. Conducting Privacy Impact Assessment reviews;Conducting internal and third-party privacy and compliance reviews and tracking and supporting remediation activities; Maintaining Privacy Shield certification for organization and all subsidiaries; Updating privacy notices and policies to comply with changing laws;Counseling on and drafting product disclaimers, consent forms, and other public facing documents to ensure compliance with applicable data protection laws; Monitoring and responding to the privacy requests for the inbox; Maintaining our internal privacy intranet page; Providing support on the monitoring of changing data protection and data governance laws and regulations on a global basis; Providing privacy and compliance training and raising awareness of key privacy concepts; Supporting security team on data security issues and analyzing security events for privacy purposes; Working with various internal corporate teams, including our data governance team, on data protection compliance matters; Support our Information Governance program;Provide strategic and tactical support for all compliance related programs and initiatives including: anti-corruption, lobbying compliance, export controls, fraud and anti-money laundering; compliance investigations; record management; assisting with compliance and privacy reviews of business units, international markets and partners, and preparation and presentation of training programs.

The candidate should have J.D. degree from an accredited U.S. law school and license to practice law required. CIPP/US, CIPP/C, or CIPP/EU a plus. Should have 3-5 years of legal, and 1-2 years of privacy and compliance-related, experience, preferably with in-house experience and experience for a multi-national public company. Should have Knowledge and subject matter command of U.S. state, federal and international privacy laws, regulations and industry standards. Should have Knowledge of key privacy regulations such as GDPR, PIPEDA, and CCPA. Should be able to engage business colleagues and leaders at all levels, and work with cross-organizational stakeholders and decision makers with different geographical and operational responsibilities to achieve effective and desired outcomes. Proven track record of creative problem solving, building consensus, forging coalitions and leveraging professional relationships to achieve strategic objectives and to create an effective culture of compliance while also providing practical advice. Able to support the design and implementation of programs to support organization and promote our Privacy-By-Design program objectives.
 
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Senior Counsel, Compliance
Refer job# ZAWJ145549
 
Senior Counsel, Compliance The candidate will provide advice on topics as broad as product portfolio - everything from advertising, marketing and commercial contracts to compliance, crisis management and intellectual property. Will tackle complex issues that cross organisational and geographical boundaries. Must be an experienced, qualified lawyer who thinks commercially and relishes finding solutions to challenges. Should have a wealth of experience in advising on compliance and legal issues.
 
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Data Privacy Counsel
Refer job# ZLVT145526
 
Data Privacy Counsel Responsibilities: Will be involved in the coordination and management of data privacy issues across the and will work closely with the wider privacy team to draw on local legal knowledge around the globe. Will be part of the privacy team, all of our lawyers work closely withs legal teams located across the globe. Will collaborate with external counsel (as required) on issues of local law and practice. Will include: Providing strategic advice and direction on product and service development privacy issues across the organization. Providing legal compliance support and advice to business and legal teams. Driving, developing and implementing privacy activities, projects and strategies. Management of key business partners to ensure their support of and alignment with the global privacy programs objectives and requirements. Monitoring developments in regulatory and legislative change and advising the wider organization on necessary organizational changes required. Driving awareness and accountability throughout the organization toward greater business transparency and reinforcing trust from customers, business partners and consumers. Identifying, evaluating and managing risks in a way that enables the organization to deliver sustainable business growth. Reviewing and negotiating customer contracts and responding to customer privacy questionnaires and audits. Drafting, developing, implementing and maintainings privacy policies, procedures, notices and guidelines and those of individual clients. Instructing and managing outside counsel on issues of local law and practice. In collaboration with greater team, develop data privacy training programs to support business teams, internal support functions and corporate development generally. Support growth of new business opportunities by analyzing privacy implications of new products and services and providing guidance on minimizing privacy compliance risk, and as needed, conducting privacy impact and risk assessments related thereto. Regularly reviewing and evaluating compliance processes to guarantee best in class methodology across all areas of the organization ensuring appropriate monitoring and auditing processes are effectively implemented.

Qualifications: A licensed lawyer with 8+ years experience in private practice or as in-house counsel, although professionals at all levels of experience with demonstrable ability to fill the role will be considered. Extensive data privacy knowledge and experience is essential both in terms of statutory/regulatory compliance, process and a commercial attitude; an interest in the technology industry and familiarity with cloud services is highly desirable. CIPP/CIPM/CIPT certification (or equivalent) is also highly desirable. Fluent in English, both verbally and in writing; Spanish language skills are desirable. Ability to balance legal risks with commercial needs. Collaborative self-starter, comfortable working in team environment and independently. Excellent communicator and able to communicate effectively with people at all levels of our organization and within our clients; both oral and in drafting. Able to multitask with rapidly changing priorities and to manage multiple tasks in a dynamic environment. Flexible, strong and self-assured personality. Experience to operate within an international environment with a diversity of cultures. Possess analytical problem solving and project management skills. Commercial customer service first mentality.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VMMM145529
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be a key member of companys legal team providing wide-ranging support to companys cutting-edge businesses. Will work closely with company and Amazon stakeholders on a variety of transactions and initiatives as well as provide day-to-day strategic and legal advice. Principal duties include counseling business partners in legal areas such as new product and feature development; privacy (including the GDPR, CCPA and similar frameworks); advertising technology; territorial expansion; new ventures and partnerships; software licensing; institutional (B2B) transactions; as well as general legal areas such as structuring, drafting and negotiating a variety of commercial contracts and advising on consumer protection laws and other regulatory matters.

The candidate should have J.D. from a top-tier law school. Must have 2+ years of commercial or transactional legal experience at a leading global law firm and/or in-house at a major multinational corporation. Must be member in good standing of at least one state bar. Should preferably have experience in privacy, advertising technology, software licensing and digital media. Fluency in Spanish (or in a language other than English) is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Global R&d Legal Na
Refer job# ZAFD145401
 
Corporate Counsel, Global R&D Legal NA The candidate provides legal advice on R&D matters in particular those relating to R&D contract matters. Negotiates, drafts and reviews R&D agreements of all types, including clinical supply, clinical trial, clinical digital transactions, technology platform licensing and R&D collaborations. Reviews R&D agreements negotiated by paralegal and non-legal staff including risk assessment associated with non-standard provisions. Provides prompt, accurate legal counsel to client groups on R&D legal matters. Drafts and reviews policies and guidelines. Works with client groups to identify, assess and address general legal concerns. Implements company policies and standards for business conduct. Demonstrates LEAD Competencies and Company Values on a consistent basis. Performs related duties as requested. Should have 4-Year College Degree, preferably a B.S. degree or higher in biology or chemistry. Should have Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school. Should have 4+ years of experience working in a law firm or in-house corporate legal department. Should have experience working within the Pharmaceutical industry. Should have admission to a State Bar. Should have experience working on cross-functional teams that successfully met business goals while maintaining strict compliance with relevant laws, regulations and company policies. Should be highly proficient in contract negotiation and drafting, including liability, indemnification and intellectual property / patent provisions related to R&D collaborations and licensing agreements. Should have working knowledge of regulations and laws impacting the pharmaceutical industry including privacy laws, HIPAA and informed consent regulations. Should have ability to advise R&D groups about how to meet business goals while maintaining complete compliance with required laws, regulations and company policy. Should have basic knowledge of pharmaceutical industry trends, legislative initiatives and impact on the company.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Intellectual Property Attorney-general
Refer job# SCWR145316
 
Intellectual Property Attorney-General The candidate will provide duties include: Actively counsel members of Clinical Development and Medical Affairs departments to identify new inventions as well as devise and implement strategies for patent protection and publication throughout all phases of drug development and commercialization. Create and implement global strategic approaches toward building patent portfolios and providing value to business in view of pharmaceutical product life cycle. Build and manage patent portfolios by identifying inventions and preparing, prosecuting, maintaining and defending patent, especially inventions arising in clinical developments. Prepare and prosecute patent applications including effectively managing outside counsel as needed. Evaluate and monitor patent portfolios of third parties, including IP due diligence in in-licensing opportunities. Develop and communicate IP guidance to stakeholders across the business, including within Clinical Development, Medical Affairs, Business Development, Commercial, Marketing, and Legal Affairs. Support intellectual property-related transactional work. Work collaboratively with colleagues and leadership in the legal and IP function as well as the Clinical Development and Medical Affairs departments, including substantial interactions with IP function of headquarters in Japan. Develop an understanding of the firms technology, scientific and business strategy to develop and prioritize IP strategies and to identify IP-related risks; advise company management and stakeholders on IP strategies and risks. Provide support for patent, licensing, trademark and copyright matters. Provide IP and technical analysis in support of patent litigation. Perform other legal, administrative and corporate duties upon request.

The candidate must have Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) or equivalent degree. Must be a licensed US Attorney, USPTO Registration Number is required. Advanced degree in chemistry, biology or related discipline is preferred. Must have 3+ years of relevant experience as an in-house patent attorney in the pharmaceutical industry including identifying and protecting inventions arising in clinical developments. Laboratory experience in relevant scientific area is preferred. Previous law firm experience is preferred. Must have experience integrating global outlook and management of pharmaceutical product life cycle into decision-making process. Must have experience and demonstrated ability to collaborate, build and sustain effective partnerships with multicultural key stakeholders and project teams. Experience of managing external service providers is preferred. Must have first-hand experience of patent drafting and patent prosecution. Must have first-hand experience of IP-related litigation. Must have ability to take initiative to complete tasks, manage risks, and manage multiple tasks and projects with rapidly changing priorities. Must have outstanding organizational skills, attention to detail, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, to work in a team and assist others as needed. Must have ability to identify problems and work to implement solutions, to exercise good judgment regarding the interpretation of policies, development of procedures, and selection of appropriate courses of action.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate General Counsel- Tax
Refer job# WZBY145260
 
Associate General Counsel- Tax The Candidate will be responsible for conducting research on all state and local tax matters (income, transaction, property, payroll, etc.) arising from mergers, acquisitions, new product launches or offerings, compliance matters, and the like. Advising the Tax Department on the state tax treatment of Verizons services and purchases. Advising and reviewing the state and local tax aspects of internal reorganizations and M&A. Managing state and local tax controversies, developing strategies and arguments related to those controversies, preparing and filing protests, and working with outside counsel when appropriate. Drafting document production, interrogatories, and other various discovery requests and responses. Drafting briefs and various motions typical in motion practice. Utilizing e-discovery knowledge to aid with handling receipt of discovery and service of discovery complex litigation matters. Working with the Verizon Tax Policy group to review state and local income tax legislation.

The candidate should have J.D. from accredited institution. Member of bar of at least one state, NJ or NY bar preferred with 7+years of experience handling state and local taxes. Experience with Discovery/Procedural Motions. Strong Finance Background preferred and Strong litigation experience preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director, Regulatory Compliance Counsel
Refer job# SHPA145225
 
Director, Regulatory Compliance Counsel The candidate will ensure compliance with all Consumer Federal Protection Bureau (CFPB) requirements, federal, state, and agencies rules and regulations. Assist in the implementation of the companys compliance policies and procedures for the Residential Servicing Department. Provide day-to-day compliance support to the Residential Servicing Department and the management team. Coordinate activities to/from the Legal Department and the Residential Servicing Department. Serve on the Residential Servicing Change Management Process and be an active participate in the change meetings. Respond to loan-level management compliance questions and assist the servicing management staff. Provide Legal Department assistance in prompt correction of compliance deficiencies that are identified by any internal or external agency. Maintain competence in consumer protection laws and regulations governing residential mortgage activities, including TILA and RESPA, FDCPA, ECOA, FCRA and other applicable law and rules. Assist in the review and redlining of process and procedures and job aides. Monitor emerging compliance issues and assist in assessing the potential exposure of Freedom Mortgage. Assist with onsite and offsite audit review and required responses. Provide additional support to the Residential Servicing Department as directed by the Chief Compliance Officer. Performs other related duties as assigned. Must have Juris Doctor (J.D.) Degree. 8+ years prior residential servicing compliance experience is required.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# IIKC145233
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate should have 5-8 years of corporate law related experience in a business environment. Reporting to the Senior Vice President and General Counsel, will handle a variety of corporate law related matters, including contracts, warranties, and litigation matters. Experience in drafting and negotiating complex agreements including supply, private label, lease, service, warranty, and confidentiality agreements is expected. Establishing and maintaining valuable professional working relationships with all departments, such as Sales, Operations, Procurement, R&D and Technical, is critical. Must be admitted to practice law in New Jersey.
 
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New Jersey - Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# 3R5925787
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
The candidate will draft and negotiate contract of many types and counseling clients on a broad range of business, compliance, healthcare and regulator (Federal and State) matters. Should have a J.D. degree. Must have 7+ years of experience as a practicing attorney with 3+ years in a law firm. Should be eligible to practice in the State of New Jersey. Mergers and acquisition experience as primary lawyer is required. Significant experience in drafting and negotiating contracts, including confidentiality agreements and ancillary transaction agreements is needed. Should have healthcare experience, including fraud and abuse and STARK laws. Should preferably have experience to include: purchasing and supply agreements; hospital agreements, including drafting and structuring ACO arrangements; outsourcing of services; and representation of healthcare providers.
 
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