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Counsel, Legal & Compliance

New York City NY Counsel, Legal & Compliance Duties: Perform legal and compliance related research to guide the company's initiatives. Counsel and guide different departments as they seek legal and compliance advice. Draft and negotiate contracts. Develop expertise with respect to Privacy laws including the CCPA & GDPR, and advise on best practices for compliance. Support payments processes, including fraud initiatives, customer screening, tax collection. Develop deep expertise in state and local taxes, including those in major markets outside of the United States. Assist in building the global compliance program at Teachable. Respond to copyright and trademark questions, including DMCA notifications. Work on the front lines with our Customer Operations team directly responding to legal and compliance issues that may be raised by our customers. Implement risk assessments on various topics, including privacy and information security. Stay current on issues that may impact us, such as OFAC, AML Requirements, State Tax Legislation, etc.

Qualifications: JD Degree. New York Bar membership or ability to register as In-House Counsel in New York. 2 - 5 years legal experience in a law firm, in-house, or at a startup. Experience in payments, financial services, tax, privacy, regulatory compliance, or copyright a plus. Ability to roll up sleeves and get things done. Proficiency with taking complex issues and reducing them to consumable, actionable information (after all Slack isn t very conducive to long memos). Detail oriented. Desire and comfortableness working in a startup environment.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2020-09-28

Legal & Compliance - Employment Counsel

New York City NY Position: Legal & Compliance - Employment Counsel Responsibilities: Negotiates and drafts complex and creative employment agreements, offer letters, deferred compensation arrangements, incentive compensation arrangements, and severance agreements. Provides legal advice to the business on matters related to federal, state, and local employment statutes and regulations, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, Wage and Hour Laws, anti-discrimination laws, and applicable state and local statutes and regulations across Rockefeller's rapidly expanding geographic footprint. Monitors federal, state, and local developments in employment law, and apprises key stakeholders of emerging best practices in employment law. Monitors market trends, and apprises key stakeholders of market trends and best practices for employment documents, including employment agreements and policies. Provides practical guidance to the Rockefeller Human Capital team and Rockefeller business units on day-to-day employment and workforce issues, such as issues related to internal investigations, employee discipline, workforce training, employee leaves of absence, wage and hour issues, and worker classification issues. Assists the Rockefeller Human Capital team with drafting and maintaining the Rockefeller Employee Handbook and compliant employment policies and procedures. Partners with the Rockefeller Human Capital team and Rockefeller business units to develop and implement legally compliant employment practices from recruitment through separation. Provides relevant employment law training to business partners. Provides general corporate legal support to the dynamic and growing business units of .

The candidate must have JD Degree from an accredited law school and a member in good standing with a State Bar. Must have 3 years of employment law experience at a top law firm; prior in-house experience not required. Should have prior experience taking primary responsibility for employment-related contracts from drafting through execution. Must have working knowledge of federal, state, and local employment statutes and regulations. Prior experience directly counseling clients, particularly senior executives, a plus. Should have working knowledge of Code Section 409A and/or ERISA a plus. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Must have superior legal drafting skills. Must able to interface effectively with, and provide practical counsel to, cross-functional stakeholders, including senior executives, client advisors, members of the Human Capital team, members of the Finance team, and fellow members of the Legal & Compliance team. Highly independent and decisive; able and eager to be the leading enterprise voice on employment law issues. Should be adaptable; able and eager to operate in a dynamic environment also tackling emerging issues. Must be able and eager to learn about, and assist with, general corporate legal issues, beyond employment law. Interested in building something
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Legal & Compliance - Capital Markets Counsel

New York City NY Legal & Compliance - Capital Markets Counsel Responsibilities: Provides comprehensive transactional and regulatory legal support to the internal Investment Products & Solutions and Capital Markets teams; serves as the primary liaison with relevant outside counsel. Oversees and provides legal support from inception through closing on all capital markets transactions, including innovative private placement transactions. Prepares, reviews, and coordinates transaction documents, including prospectuses, placement agreements, subscription agreements, purchase agreements, and regulatory filings. Oversees the formation of Special Purpose Vehicles in connection with direct investment opportunities and prepares and reviews the relevant formation and operating documents. Ensures compliance with applicable securities laws and regulations. Provides general corporate legal support to the dynamic and growing business units.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and a member in good standing with a State bar. 5 years of capital markets legal experience. Prior experience at either a top law firm or in-house at a financial institution required (prior experience in both settings preferred). Prior experience directly counseling clients, particularly senior executives, a plus. Prior responsibility for transaction management from inception through closing. Familiarity with private placements and Special Purpose Vehicles. Strong working knowledge of securities laws and regulations. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Able to interface effectively with, and provide practical counsel to, cross-functional stakeholders, including senior executives, business team members at all levels of the organization, and fellow members of the Legal & Compliance team. Highly independent and decisive; able and eager to be the leading enterprise voice on capital markets transactional and regulatory issues and financial products issues. Adaptable; able and eager to operate in a dynamic environment; enjoys tackling emerging issues. Able and eager to learn about, and assist with, general corporate legal issues, beyond capital markets law. Interested in building something
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Associate Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will review commercial agreements and assist with M&A, joint ventures and other strategic transactions. Support the senior members of the legal team by drafting, reviewing, negotiating and interpreting a wide variety of commercial agreements, such as SAAS; licensing; information technology; marketing; services and confidentiality agreements. Assist with the execution of strategic transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures and debt and equity financings: Responsible for execution of due diligence reviews. Draft and negotiation of transaction documents. Preparing closing documentation and assisting with transaction closings. Assisting in the development of policies, procedures and training as needed. Keep up to date with proposed and new corporate regulations to evaluate the potential impact on the company and arrange for new policies and procedures to ensure compliance. Must have excellent academic credentials, JD degree, and admitted to practice law in at least one state. Should have 2+ years of experience as a corporate attorney. Must have 1+ year of law firm experience. Should have excellent communication and project management skills. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Technology Transactions

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Technology Transactions The candidate will drive a high volume of valuable technology transactions, which will include negotiation and drafting of data processing and professional services agreements, assignments and amendments. Will provide proactive strategic advice regarding business and legal issues and risks. Assist in implementing legal efficiencies to support the customer base business unit and improve our contract processes and operations in that segment. Help to create and improve contract templates and negotiation playbooks and provide internal training to sales, sales operations and legal operations. Work closely with GTM leadership, sales, deals management and legal operations on strategic initiatives in support of all business verticals and customer-facing transactions.

The candidate should have 5+ years of law firm and/or in-house legal experience, with at least 3 years focused on negotiation and management of high-value technology transactions, preferably with a recognized technology company. Must have JD from a well-recognized U.S. law school and license to practice law in the United States, preferably California, New York, Florida, or Georgia. Should have experience in SaaS, cloud computing, enterprise software and data privacy matters.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Legal Counsel, Privacy & Compliance

New York City NY Legal Counsel, Privacy & Compliance Duties: Working closely with the Legal Director, Global Privacy to advise on compliance across all aspects of the Americas data privacy laws and regulations (e.g., CCPA, LGPD), including data protection, data retention, data security, data breach rules, consumer-facing disclaimers and notifications, website privacy policies, ensuring consistent application of data privacy policies, practices and PVH privacy programs and guidelines. Providing privacy guidance for PVH initiatives that involve vendor, consumer and associate information, including advising on privacy's cutting-edge retail and marketing initiatives; Supporting the development of, and maintaining as required, privacy programs and its related documentation. Developing and providing online and in-person data privacy trainings; Managing the company's Data Privacy Champion program globally with the Information Security Group, including providing training and guidance; working with the Legal Director, Global Privacy in Amsterdam to develop appropriate compliance program documentation, and working with the Legal Director, Global Privacy and Data Privacy Champions to track data privacy posture, as well as relevant regulatory developments around the world; Reviewing and advising on privacy provisions for contracts and other commercial agreements; Working closely with Legal and the Information Security Group teams, supporting as needed information security incident response process and supporting the investigation of potential privacy incidents, complaints or breaches in the Americas, including notifications and other resolution efforts. Assisting Internal Audit with internal and external privacy-related audits. Assisting the Information Security Group, Compliance and Legal teams in managing third party due diligence processes and screening of vendors that pose data privacy risks; As time permits, assisting the Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Global Compliance with other key components of global compliance program, including managing its anti-bribery and economic sanctions compliance initiatives and various compliance risk assessments.

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree required. JD Degree, Master's in Compliance or a related field required. 3-6 years compliance experience at a law firm, corporation, consulting or accounting firm, with a focus on privacy. Experience with CCPA, LGPD and GDPR data privacy regulation. IAPP Privacy Certification (e.g., CIPP or CIPM) preferred. Additional language capabilities are a plus. Experience with privacy issues facing retailers preferred. Experience with developing and implementing a general privacy compliance program and working with first-party data sets preferred. Provide practical business solutions to address risk to business partners; identify opportunities to minimize risks, and improve processes and efficiencies that add value to the business. Find creative and workable solutions to new or emerging privacy issues; to the needs of the business and handle ad hoc and urgent projects; sound and balanced legal judgment and business awareness; Provide advice on technical legal issues in a clear, succinct and easy-to-understand manner to a non-legal audiences, in oral and written formats; Take initiative to stay abreast on current and emerging privacy laws and regulations around the globe; Demonstrate flexibility and willingness to work on a broad range of compliance matters; excellent collaboration skills, managing multiple projects and tasks simultaneously across various functions, and on a deadline; discretion and maintain confidentiality of sensitive information. Exceptional interpersonal skills, a team player attitude, and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality. Strong interpersonal and influencing skills that can be utilized for both internal and external relationships, with the ability to reconcile compliance requirements with business needs, as pragmatically as possible.
Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2020-09-28

Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Transactions

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Transactions The candidate will draft, review and negotiate complex commercial contracts involving SaaS/cloud services, hardware, software, and support in compliance with the company's policies and risk tolerance. Will act as legal team lead in financing transactions between customers and Firm's Networks Finance Services, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating software financing (license and SaaS), equipment leasing and related documents and agreements to enable commercial sales, including UCC filings as necessary. Draft, review and negotiate data protection, information security and other agreement as necessary. Respond promptly and effectively to legal requests from Firm's Networks Financial Services team, sales, and other internal clients, and advise on recommended courses of action and legal risks. Create and continuous improvement of playbooks, standard form agreements, policies and legal processes. Handle special projects as requested.

The candidate must be admitted to the Bar in at least one U.S. state, and have a law degree from a reputable law school. Must have 6-8 years of commercial transaction legal experience in a technology company. Strongly prefer a minimum of 1-2 years experience with leasing/financing transaction documents including captive finance experience working with financing agreements, installment payment plans and UCC filings. Must have extensive experience working in a constructive and professional manner with sales personnel and management. Experience drafting and negotiating data processing and information security agreements and working with subject matter experts in these areas is a plus. Superior language, written and verbal communication skills required.
Legal 6 - 8 Full-time 2020-09-28

Staff Attorney - Mortgage Compliance - In-house Counsel

Melville NY Staff Attorney - Mortgage Compliance - In-House Counsel The candidate will work primarily with our mortgage banking regulatory and compliance team, and secondarily on employment matters, real estate leases, contract negotiations and/or other transaction work. Work directly with SVP and Associate General Counsel, mortgage banking regulatory and compliance team and various business units to ensure the corporate policies and procedures are accurate, current and in compliance with the myriad federal, state and local lending laws affecting the company's mortgage banking operations. Conduct online legal research. Review and update policies, procedures and documents as laws change. Assist with special projects and other aspects of regulatory compliance. Provide legal review, advice and negotiations in connection with corporate transactional matters including material contracts of the Company. Work closely with SVP of Human Resources on employment related matters. Additional responsibilities as assigned by management. Experience with banking or mortgage regulatory/compliance is required. Should be active member of the New York State Bar. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Legal Counsel, Corporate & Commercial

New York City NY Legal Counsel, Corporate & Commercial The candidate will report to the Associate General Counsel and will be responsible for partnering closely with the company and brands on a variety of legal matters arising in a global retail environment. This role will provide routine counsel and legal support on a wide variety of corporate and commercial matters, including commercial contracts, consumer protection matters, privacy matters, trade compliance, and procurement. Review, draft and negotiate a high volume of contracts including service agreements, consulting agreements, technology agreements, procurement agreements, other retail business agreements. Advise on promotional materials, retail and/or packaging collateral for compliance with all applicable laws and requirements. Assist in the management of corporate governance as well as commercial litigation and claims matters, including consumer protection and product safety matters. Keep abreast of legal decisions, statutory changes and other developments, and conduct legal research, analysis and benchmarking as needed. Help develop and implement new processes, policies and training as needed, based on legal and regulatory requirements, industry standards and best practices. Provide strategic, creative and effective legal and business advice to balance legal risk against business needs and goals. Partner with business units to integrate legal requirements into business planning. Work collaboratively with business clients and Legal team, including supervision of paralegal in connection with brand activities. Build and manage strong relationships and gain organizational buy-in and adoption in a highly matrixed, global organization to ensure consistency and best-practice sharing. Lead by example and positively influence stakeholders, clients and team members as a trusted resource and subject matter expert.

The candidate should have J.D. from an ABA accredited top law school, member of good standing in at least one State Bar, preferably In New York (or ability to register as In-House Counsel in New York). Strong working knowledge of and interest in the luxury retail industry desired. Should have 4+ years law firm and/or in-house experience as corporate, commercial and/or M&A counsel, with sufficient experience and ability to handle responsibilities with minimal supervision. Must have strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to manage a variety of internal client demands appropriately in a fast-paced environment. Must have strong time management, project management and prioritization skills, with the ability to multi-task and take ownership of multiple projects at a time. should have Strategic thinking with an ability to leverage business sense, creative problem-solving skills and sense of prioritization when resolving issues. Must have exceptional networking and relationship management skills; ability to influence change and instill confidence in stakeholders at all levels of the organization to help advance ***'s goals to promote compliance, risk mitigation and best practices. Prior experience operating in both global and/or highly matrixed organizations ideal. Start Date 2021-01-01
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Employment Counsel

New York City NY Employment Counsel Duties: Serve as the lead attorney and strategic advisor for all employment matters across the business, including diversity & inclusion, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, leaves of absence and accommodations, severance programs, labor matters, wage and hour issues, internal investigations, unemployment and worker's compensation, compensation and benefits, and immigration. Provide pragmatic day-to-day employment advice and counseling to support business needs and appropriately balance legal risk. In partnership with the People team, develop and maintain effective HR policies, procedures and other documentation, including drafting, implementing, and maintaining template documents and ensuring clear and effective procedures for all employment matters (e.g., performance improvement plans, investigation procedures, employee handbook). Advise on and advance our diversity & inclusion strategy and initiatives. Negotiate and draft employment-related contracts (e.g., talent and employment agreements, separation agreements, recruiter agreements, employee management platforms). Provide effective and engaging training on employment law topics. Oversee employment-related disputes, investigations and litigation. Monitor relevant employment law developments and keep the team up-to-date. Manage outside counsel on employment matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree and New York state bar membership or registered in-house attorney status in New York. 8+ years of relevant work experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experience with all aspects of employment law, including wage and hour and FLSA exemption issues, OSHA, labor matters, matters relating to discrimination, harassment and retaliation, workplace investigations and documentation, disability, FMLA, restrictive covenants and whistleblower protections. Experience advising on employment matters across a large and diverse employee population. Experience with employment law in non-US jurisdictions (particularly Ireland) is a plus. Litigation experience is a plus. Experience with executive compensation is a plus. Experience working in a fast-paced and disruptive business. A practical, business-oriented approach and ability to translate legal issues into clear, plain English guidance for non-lawyers. Must be a team player who will roll up their sleeves and take on additional responsibilities, while also being able to work independently and think strategically. Flexibility necessary to thrive at an ambitious, dynamic growth company, including strong business judgment and an ability to calibrate for when we need a quick response versus a deep dive to get something precisely right.. Ability to interact effectively at all levels of the organization in a fast-paced environment while building strong internal relationships and influence across departments. Ability to prioritize and manage multiple critical projects, working independently and under tight deadlines. Demonstrated ability to pick things up quickly, and work well in a fast-paced environment.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28
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Counsel, Legal & Compliance
Refer job# FBDT152010
 
Counsel, Legal & Compliance Duties: Perform legal and compliance related research to guide the company's initiatives. Counsel and guide different departments as they seek legal and compliance advice. Draft and negotiate contracts. Develop expertise with respect to Privacy laws including the CCPA & GDPR, and advise on best practices for compliance. Support payments processes, including fraud initiatives, customer screening, tax collection. Develop deep expertise in state and local taxes, including those in major markets outside of the United States. Assist in building the global compliance program at Teachable. Respond to copyright and trademark questions, including DMCA notifications. Work on the front lines with our Customer Operations team directly responding to legal and compliance issues that may be raised by our customers. Implement risk assessments on various topics, including privacy and information security. Stay current on issues that may impact us, such as OFAC, AML Requirements, State Tax Legislation, etc.

Qualifications: JD Degree. New York Bar membership or ability to register as In-House Counsel in New York. 2 - 5 years legal experience in a law firm, in-house, or at a startup. Experience in payments, financial services, tax, privacy, regulatory compliance, or copyright a plus. Ability to roll up sleeves and get things done. Proficiency with taking complex issues and reducing them to consumable, actionable information (after all Slack isn t very conducive to long memos). Detail oriented. Desire and comfortableness working in a startup environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal & Compliance - Employment Counsel
Refer job# IMZY152011
 
Position: Legal & Compliance - Employment Counsel Responsibilities: Negotiates and drafts complex and creative employment agreements, offer letters, deferred compensation arrangements, incentive compensation arrangements, and severance agreements. Provides legal advice to the business on matters related to federal, state, and local employment statutes and regulations, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, Wage and Hour Laws, anti-discrimination laws, and applicable state and local statutes and regulations across Rockefeller's rapidly expanding geographic footprint. Monitors federal, state, and local developments in employment law, and apprises key stakeholders of emerging best practices in employment law. Monitors market trends, and apprises key stakeholders of market trends and best practices for employment documents, including employment agreements and policies. Provides practical guidance to the Rockefeller Human Capital team and Rockefeller business units on day-to-day employment and workforce issues, such as issues related to internal investigations, employee discipline, workforce training, employee leaves of absence, wage and hour issues, and worker classification issues. Assists the Rockefeller Human Capital team with drafting and maintaining the Rockefeller Employee Handbook and compliant employment policies and procedures. Partners with the Rockefeller Human Capital team and Rockefeller business units to develop and implement legally compliant employment practices from recruitment through separation. Provides relevant employment law training to business partners. Provides general corporate legal support to the dynamic and growing business units of .

The candidate must have JD Degree from an accredited law school and a member in good standing with a State Bar. Must have 3 years of employment law experience at a top law firm; prior in-house experience not required. Should have prior experience taking primary responsibility for employment-related contracts from drafting through execution. Must have working knowledge of federal, state, and local employment statutes and regulations. Prior experience directly counseling clients, particularly senior executives, a plus. Should have working knowledge of Code Section 409A and/or ERISA a plus. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Must have superior legal drafting skills. Must able to interface effectively with, and provide practical counsel to, cross-functional stakeholders, including senior executives, client advisors, members of the Human Capital team, members of the Finance team, and fellow members of the Legal & Compliance team. Highly independent and decisive; able and eager to be the leading enterprise voice on employment law issues. Should be adaptable; able and eager to operate in a dynamic environment also tackling emerging issues. Must be able and eager to learn about, and assist with, general corporate legal issues, beyond employment law. Interested in building something
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal & Compliance - Capital Markets Counsel
Refer job# XRPF152012
 
Legal & Compliance - Capital Markets Counsel Responsibilities: Provides comprehensive transactional and regulatory legal support to the internal Investment Products & Solutions and Capital Markets teams; serves as the primary liaison with relevant outside counsel. Oversees and provides legal support from inception through closing on all capital markets transactions, including innovative private placement transactions. Prepares, reviews, and coordinates transaction documents, including prospectuses, placement agreements, subscription agreements, purchase agreements, and regulatory filings. Oversees the formation of Special Purpose Vehicles in connection with direct investment opportunities and prepares and reviews the relevant formation and operating documents. Ensures compliance with applicable securities laws and regulations. Provides general corporate legal support to the dynamic and growing business units.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and a member in good standing with a State bar. 5 years of capital markets legal experience. Prior experience at either a top law firm or in-house at a financial institution required (prior experience in both settings preferred). Prior experience directly counseling clients, particularly senior executives, a plus. Prior responsibility for transaction management from inception through closing. Familiarity with private placements and Special Purpose Vehicles. Strong working knowledge of securities laws and regulations. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Able to interface effectively with, and provide practical counsel to, cross-functional stakeholders, including senior executives, business team members at all levels of the organization, and fellow members of the Legal & Compliance team. Highly independent and decisive; able and eager to be the leading enterprise voice on capital markets transactional and regulatory issues and financial products issues. Adaptable; able and eager to operate in a dynamic environment; enjoys tackling emerging issues. Able and eager to learn about, and assist with, general corporate legal issues, beyond capital markets law. Interested in building something
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# GQJA152014
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will review commercial agreements and assist with M&A, joint ventures and other strategic transactions. Support the senior members of the legal team by drafting, reviewing, negotiating and interpreting a wide variety of commercial agreements, such as SAAS; licensing; information technology; marketing; services and confidentiality agreements. Assist with the execution of strategic transactions, including acquisitions, divestitures and debt and equity financings: Responsible for execution of due diligence reviews. Draft and negotiation of transaction documents. Preparing closing documentation and assisting with transaction closings. Assisting in the development of policies, procedures and training as needed. Keep up to date with proposed and new corporate regulations to evaluate the potential impact on the company and arrange for new policies and procedures to ensure compliance. Must have excellent academic credentials, JD degree, and admitted to practice law in at least one state. Should have 2+ years of experience as a corporate attorney. Must have 1+ year of law firm experience. Should have excellent communication and project management skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Technology Transactions
Refer job# HHQF152019
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Technology Transactions The candidate will drive a high volume of valuable technology transactions, which will include negotiation and drafting of data processing and professional services agreements, assignments and amendments. Will provide proactive strategic advice regarding business and legal issues and risks. Assist in implementing legal efficiencies to support the customer base business unit and improve our contract processes and operations in that segment. Help to create and improve contract templates and negotiation playbooks and provide internal training to sales, sales operations and legal operations. Work closely with GTM leadership, sales, deals management and legal operations on strategic initiatives in support of all business verticals and customer-facing transactions.

The candidate should have 5+ years of law firm and/or in-house legal experience, with at least 3 years focused on negotiation and management of high-value technology transactions, preferably with a recognized technology company. Must have JD from a well-recognized U.S. law school and license to practice law in the United States, preferably California, New York, Florida, or Georgia. Should have experience in SaaS, cloud computing, enterprise software and data privacy matters.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal Counsel, Privacy & Compliance
Refer job# EPWN152025
 
Legal Counsel, Privacy & Compliance Duties: Working closely with the Legal Director, Global Privacy to advise on compliance across all aspects of the Americas data privacy laws and regulations (e.g., CCPA, LGPD), including data protection, data retention, data security, data breach rules, consumer-facing disclaimers and notifications, website privacy policies, ensuring consistent application of data privacy policies, practices and PVH privacy programs and guidelines. Providing privacy guidance for PVH initiatives that involve vendor, consumer and associate information, including advising on privacy's cutting-edge retail and marketing initiatives; Supporting the development of, and maintaining as required, privacy programs and its related documentation. Developing and providing online and in-person data privacy trainings; Managing the company's Data Privacy Champion program globally with the Information Security Group, including providing training and guidance; working with the Legal Director, Global Privacy in Amsterdam to develop appropriate compliance program documentation, and working with the Legal Director, Global Privacy and Data Privacy Champions to track data privacy posture, as well as relevant regulatory developments around the world; Reviewing and advising on privacy provisions for contracts and other commercial agreements; Working closely with Legal and the Information Security Group teams, supporting as needed information security incident response process and supporting the investigation of potential privacy incidents, complaints or breaches in the Americas, including notifications and other resolution efforts. Assisting Internal Audit with internal and external privacy-related audits. Assisting the Information Security Group, Compliance and Legal teams in managing third party due diligence processes and screening of vendors that pose data privacy risks; As time permits, assisting the Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Global Compliance with other key components of global compliance program, including managing its anti-bribery and economic sanctions compliance initiatives and various compliance risk assessments.

Qualifications: Undergraduate degree required. JD Degree, Master's in Compliance or a related field required. 3-6 years compliance experience at a law firm, corporation, consulting or accounting firm, with a focus on privacy. Experience with CCPA, LGPD and GDPR data privacy regulation. IAPP Privacy Certification (e.g., CIPP or CIPM) preferred. Additional language capabilities are a plus. Experience with privacy issues facing retailers preferred. Experience with developing and implementing a general privacy compliance program and working with first-party data sets preferred. Provide practical business solutions to address risk to business partners; identify opportunities to minimize risks, and improve processes and efficiencies that add value to the business. Find creative and workable solutions to new or emerging privacy issues; to the needs of the business and handle ad hoc and urgent projects; sound and balanced legal judgment and business awareness; Provide advice on technical legal issues in a clear, succinct and easy-to-understand manner to a non-legal audiences, in oral and written formats; Take initiative to stay abreast on current and emerging privacy laws and regulations around the globe; Demonstrate flexibility and willingness to work on a broad range of compliance matters; excellent collaboration skills, managing multiple projects and tasks simultaneously across various functions, and on a deadline; discretion and maintain confidentiality of sensitive information. Exceptional interpersonal skills, a team player attitude, and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality. Strong interpersonal and influencing skills that can be utilized for both internal and external relationships, with the ability to reconcile compliance requirements with business needs, as pragmatically as possible.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Transactions
Refer job# QOOB152038
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Commercial Transactions The candidate will draft, review and negotiate complex commercial contracts involving SaaS/cloud services, hardware, software, and support in compliance with the company's policies and risk tolerance. Will act as legal team lead in financing transactions between customers and Firm's Networks Finance Services, including drafting, reviewing and negotiating software financing (license and SaaS), equipment leasing and related documents and agreements to enable commercial sales, including UCC filings as necessary. Draft, review and negotiate data protection, information security and other agreement as necessary. Respond promptly and effectively to legal requests from Firm's Networks Financial Services team, sales, and other internal clients, and advise on recommended courses of action and legal risks. Create and continuous improvement of playbooks, standard form agreements, policies and legal processes. Handle special projects as requested.

The candidate must be admitted to the Bar in at least one U.S. state, and have a law degree from a reputable law school. Must have 6-8 years of commercial transaction legal experience in a technology company. Strongly prefer a minimum of 1-2 years experience with leasing/financing transaction documents including captive finance experience working with financing agreements, installment payment plans and UCC filings. Must have extensive experience working in a constructive and professional manner with sales personnel and management. Experience drafting and negotiating data processing and information security agreements and working with subject matter experts in these areas is a plus. Superior language, written and verbal communication skills required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Staff Attorney - Mortgage Compliance - In-house Counsel
Refer job# SKNT152056
 
Staff Attorney - Mortgage Compliance - In-House Counsel The candidate will work primarily with our mortgage banking regulatory and compliance team, and secondarily on employment matters, real estate leases, contract negotiations and/or other transaction work. Work directly with SVP and Associate General Counsel, mortgage banking regulatory and compliance team and various business units to ensure the corporate policies and procedures are accurate, current and in compliance with the myriad federal, state and local lending laws affecting the company's mortgage banking operations. Conduct online legal research. Review and update policies, procedures and documents as laws change. Assist with special projects and other aspects of regulatory compliance. Provide legal review, advice and negotiations in connection with corporate transactional matters including material contracts of the Company. Work closely with SVP of Human Resources on employment related matters. Additional responsibilities as assigned by management. Experience with banking or mortgage regulatory/compliance is required. Should be active member of the New York State Bar.
 
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Legal Counsel, Corporate & Commercial
Refer job# ZVON152058
 
Legal Counsel, Corporate & Commercial The candidate will report to the Associate General Counsel and will be responsible for partnering closely with the company and brands on a variety of legal matters arising in a global retail environment. This role will provide routine counsel and legal support on a wide variety of corporate and commercial matters, including commercial contracts, consumer protection matters, privacy matters, trade compliance, and procurement. Review, draft and negotiate a high volume of contracts including service agreements, consulting agreements, technology agreements, procurement agreements, other retail business agreements. Advise on promotional materials, retail and/or packaging collateral for compliance with all applicable laws and requirements. Assist in the management of corporate governance as well as commercial litigation and claims matters, including consumer protection and product safety matters. Keep abreast of legal decisions, statutory changes and other developments, and conduct legal research, analysis and benchmarking as needed. Help develop and implement new processes, policies and training as needed, based on legal and regulatory requirements, industry standards and best practices. Provide strategic, creative and effective legal and business advice to balance legal risk against business needs and goals. Partner with business units to integrate legal requirements into business planning. Work collaboratively with business clients and Legal team, including supervision of paralegal in connection with brand activities. Build and manage strong relationships and gain organizational buy-in and adoption in a highly matrixed, global organization to ensure consistency and best-practice sharing. Lead by example and positively influence stakeholders, clients and team members as a trusted resource and subject matter expert.

The candidate should have J.D. from an ABA accredited top law school, member of good standing in at least one State Bar, preferably In New York (or ability to register as In-House Counsel in New York). Strong working knowledge of and interest in the luxury retail industry desired. Should have 4+ years law firm and/or in-house experience as corporate, commercial and/or M&A counsel, with sufficient experience and ability to handle responsibilities with minimal supervision. Must have strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to manage a variety of internal client demands appropriately in a fast-paced environment. Must have strong time management, project management and prioritization skills, with the ability to multi-task and take ownership of multiple projects at a time. should have Strategic thinking with an ability to leverage business sense, creative problem-solving skills and sense of prioritization when resolving issues. Must have exceptional networking and relationship management skills; ability to influence change and instill confidence in stakeholders at all levels of the organization to help advance ***'s goals to promote compliance, risk mitigation and best practices. Prior experience operating in both global and/or highly matrixed organizations ideal. Start Date 2021-01-01
 
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Employment Counsel
Refer job# RSOJ152062
 
Employment Counsel Duties: Serve as the lead attorney and strategic advisor for all employment matters across the business, including diversity & inclusion, recruitment, employee relations, performance management, leaves of absence and accommodations, severance programs, labor matters, wage and hour issues, internal investigations, unemployment and worker's compensation, compensation and benefits, and immigration. Provide pragmatic day-to-day employment advice and counseling to support business needs and appropriately balance legal risk. In partnership with the People team, develop and maintain effective HR policies, procedures and other documentation, including drafting, implementing, and maintaining template documents and ensuring clear and effective procedures for all employment matters (e.g., performance improvement plans, investigation procedures, employee handbook). Advise on and advance our diversity & inclusion strategy and initiatives. Negotiate and draft employment-related contracts (e.g., talent and employment agreements, separation agreements, recruiter agreements, employee management platforms). Provide effective and engaging training on employment law topics. Oversee employment-related disputes, investigations and litigation. Monitor relevant employment law developments and keep the team up-to-date. Manage outside counsel on employment matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree and New York state bar membership or registered in-house attorney status in New York. 8+ years of relevant work experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experience with all aspects of employment law, including wage and hour and FLSA exemption issues, OSHA, labor matters, matters relating to discrimination, harassment and retaliation, workplace investigations and documentation, disability, FMLA, restrictive covenants and whistleblower protections. Experience advising on employment matters across a large and diverse employee population. Experience with employment law in non-US jurisdictions (particularly Ireland) is a plus. Litigation experience is a plus. Experience with executive compensation is a plus. Experience working in a fast-paced and disruptive business. A practical, business-oriented approach and ability to translate legal issues into clear, plain English guidance for non-lawyers. Must be a team player who will roll up their sleeves and take on additional responsibilities, while also being able to work independently and think strategically. Flexibility necessary to thrive at an ambitious, dynamic growth company, including strong business judgment and an ability to calibrate for when we need a quick response versus a deep dive to get something precisely right.. Ability to interact effectively at all levels of the organization in a fast-paced environment while building strong internal relationships and influence across departments. Ability to prioritize and manage multiple critical projects, working independently and under tight deadlines. Demonstrated ability to pick things up quickly, and work well in a fast-paced environment.
 
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