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Assistant Counsel I, Compliance

New York City NY Assistant Counsel I, Compliance The candidate will be providing Guidance and Advice: Provide guidance and advice on compliance questions and concerns. Relevant topics include: conflicts of interest, business gifts and entertainment, anti-bribery and anti-corruption and trade and economic sanctions. Training and Communications Initiatives: Develop compliance communications and training materials to promote understanding of compliance risk issues. Develop and track metrics related to these initiatives. Assist with drafting annual updates to firm Code of Conduct, and work with colleagues to launch and ensure completion of web-based acknowledgements and learning requirements. Risk Assessment: Support compliance risk assessments to proactively identify existing and emerging compliance risks. Support the development of the compliance risk management strategy and plan. Policy and Procedure Development and Implementation: Monitor legal developments on a global basis and identify opportunities for compliance-related policies. Draft policies and procedures to ensure consistent and sound practices, and ensure existing policies and procedures are current, effectively implemented and communicated to employees. Due Diligence: Assist with ensuring processes are followed for conducting due diligence on third parties, and that risk management measures are implemented and monitored. Program Monitoring: Actively monitor compliance program to identify gaps/exceptions/weaknesses and work with the Vice President on corrective action plans and recommendations to enhance effectiveness. Compliance Systems: Support the use of third party compliance resources and systems, such as compliance training, hotline/case management system, and third party due diligence system.

The candidate must have J.D. and 5+ years of experience in ethics and compliance or related function. Knowledge and understanding of applicable ethics and compliance requirements, compliance risk management practices and methodologies, and compliance program best practices and substantive legal issues is needed. Knowledge and experience in implementing training and communications processes and programs; strong project management skills is necessary. Experience with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, U.K. Bribery Act, and other anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws/issues is essential. Experience in conducting or participating investigations is required. Admission in good standing to the Bar of the State of New York is critical. Should be IT savvy and highly proficient in Microsoft Office, especially PowerPoint and Excel. Possesses an ability to quickly learn new technology. Foreign language skills are desired. Beauty or consumer goods industry experience is preferred. International experience is beneficial.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Vice President, Corporate Counsel

Long Island City NY Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate will advise on and support corporate securities and SEC reporting and compliance matters, including preparation and filing Forms 8-K, 10-Q and 10-K, registration statements, proxy statements and all related filings. Maintain governance policies and practices, including corporate governance guidelines, committee charters and other governing documents. Collaborate with investor relations department in engagement with stockholders on governance matters, including participating in engagement calls and meetings with investors and proxy advisors. Provide counsel in the areas of capital markets transactions and corporate finance matters, including mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings and repurchase and credit facilities. Advise on governance matters, including Delaware corporate law questions, charter and bylaw provisions, governance guidelines, independence and related party transactions matters, and Board committee charters. Create and manage teams with other AUSA in-house attorneys and outside advisors (including active management of outside counsel) for sophisticated transactions. Advise and work closely with a variety of key stakeholders, including senior management, Accounting, Investor Relations, Treasury, Tax, Finance, and business functions. Must have 10+ years of related legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house public company environment with a sophisticated securities/corporate governance/corporate finance practice. Substantial experience in corporate securities ( 33 and 34 Act), corporate governance and corporate finance is required. JD degree and state bar admission required. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Associate Counsel, Privacy

New York City NY Associate Counsel, Privacy The candidate will handle duties that include: Counsel and support the Company on all privacy and data security issues in connection with the development and implementation of technology, products and services; Advise on the requirements of, and compliance with, federal and state privacy and information security laws (including the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018), as well as federal and state government investigations and enforcement actions for alleged data security and privacy violations. Draft, negotiate and review complex information privacy, confidentiality and security contractual provisions with third party vendors, including data transfer agreements. Assist with cybersecurity and data breach incident response, including preparation of required notifications pursuant to breach notification law. Draft privacy and information security policies, procedures, notices and consents for compliance with privacy and security laws. Evaluate potential privacy risks, and draft and negotiate agreements in connection with potential acquisitions. Coordinate with outside counsel in international markets to advise clients on privacy and security matters. Work closely with the Chief Privacy Officer on Privacy Compliance Program. Should have strong experience advising on global privacy and data security matters. Must be member of the New York State Bar. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP), not required but a plus. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Attorney, Legal And Compliance

New York City NY Attorney, Legal and Compliance The candidate will be responsible for providing advice, guidance and opinions in all areas of regulatory and legal compliance affecting the Companies products, policies and procedures. The Attorney would provide assistance to the Vice President of Legal and Compliance in managing a comprehensive range of compliance, regulatory and legal services for group and its affiliates. The Attorneys primary job will be legal research, insurance policy research and development, keeping apprised of changes in the law, and assisting in the compliance process. Perform thorough and detailed legal research on applicable topics, providing guidance to various business partners. Assist in all areas of compliance including- being aware of changes in the law, assist in implementing changes, and updating internal policies and procedures. Provide legal support to minimize legal risk and ensure compliance on regulatory matters. Research and answer business operation questions. Assist in legislative bill screening. Aid in establishing policies and procedures consistent with established legal principles and requirements. Monitors and maintains current knowledge in legal and compliance matters relating to the insurance industry and pursues ongoing professional development to maintain current knowledge on best practices. Assist in coordinating regulatory compliance matters and ensures internal support as needed. Performs similar job-related duties as assigned.

The candidate must be Graduate of an accredited law school. Should have admission to the State Bar of Arizona or be able to qualify for In-House Counsel Admission. Experience in the Insurance Industry, Life and Health experience a plus. 2-4 year of legal practice is required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to simplify complex legal concepts in clear and concise communication to business staff. Should have outstanding research and legal analytical skills.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-06-24

Commercial Contracts Attorney

New York City NY Commercial Contracts Attorney The candidate will assist with drafting and negotiating technology agreements and other routine commercial contracts, acting as an escalation point and performing quality control review of agreements handled by India team, updating playbooks and templates as needed, and training our India team on contract positions; and acting as a liaison between the client, our India account management team, and our India production team.

The candidate must be experienced in drafting and negotiating a wide variety of commercial contracts, including nondisclosure agreements, service agreement, and license and other technology agreements. Should also have experience with contract templates, playbooks and training materials. A JD degree and an active license to practice law is required. Should have 8+ years' experience, with 3+ years as an in-house counsel. Should have strong attention to detail. Must be decisive, and able to work independently.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-22

Vice President, Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include: Providing advice on a broad range of real estate matters including sales, acquisitions, financings, leasing, property management and development in the U.S. and Latin America. Providing advice related to joint ventures, REIT, FIBRA (Mexican REITs) and CKD investment structures as well as other investment transactions. Providing advice on the legal and regulatory issues related to the structuring, marketing and launching of new real estate investment funds and other products. Supporting portfolio management and asset management teams. Providing advice on fund governance and litigation matters as needed. Retaining, managing and coordinating outside counsel. Supporting and driving diversity and inclusion efforts, including the retention of diverse outside counsel. Must have significant law firm or in-house transactional experience (minimum of 6 years). Real estate transactional experience is a plus. Should be fluent in Spanish. Desire to learn the PGIM Real Estate business and expand knowledge of the different areas of law that affect the business in the U.S. and Latin America. General knowledge of the US regulatory framework for private funds and real estate capital markets, such as the Investment Advisers Act, the Securities Act of 1933 and ERISA is a plus. General knowledge of rules and regulations related to REITs, FIBRAs and CKDs is a plus. Admitted to practice law in at least one state and able to obtain an in-house counsel license, if required. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-22

Employment And Benefits Counsel

Corning NY Employment And Benefits Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include: Advises and represents the Corporation and its subsidiaries in a broad range of labor, employment, and compensation and benefits matters. Counsels on a broad range of labor and employment matters for a global Fortune 500 employer. Direct responsibility for matters within the US, indirect/oversight responsibility for matters outside the US. Counsels on matters pertaining to both union and non-unionized workforce. Provides responsive and timely legal advice to internal clients, including senior management, human resources and labor relations professionals, on broad range of labor and employment law issues, including discipline, duty to bargain, ADA, FMLA, absence/leave laws, wage & hour regulations, etc. Partners with the Litigation Center of Excellence on administrative matters and hearings before federal and state agencies. Partners with the Litigation Center of Excellence team in federal and state court cases, including litigation strategy, court appearances, depositions, and motion practice. Works strategically with senior business and HR partners to provide advice and support on discipline and termination decisions, HR initiatives, internal investigations, complaint resolution and corporate policies. Provides training to HR staff and general employees on a variety of topics, including non-discrimination/EEO practices, harassment, Code of Conduct, etc. Provides counsel to Compensation and Benefits Center of Excellence on a broad range of compensation and benefits matters relating to ERISA, qualified pension and 401k plans, executive compensation, nonqualified deferred compensation, plan design, health and welfare plans, mergers and acquisitions and fiduciary responsibility. Provides regular training to fiduciaries and benefits staff on a variety of topics, including fiduciary responsibilities and legislative and regulatory updates. Maintains awareness of legal developments in relevant jurisdictions, provides updates internally, and works to implement necessary changes to policies/practices. Evaluates both legal and business risks of legally acceptable alternatives and implements solutions. Reports directly to the Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer. Should have 7-10 years of legal experience representing employers in employment law matters (including employment litigation) and employee compensation and benefits. Must have JD degree from an accredited law school. Tax LLM a plus. Must be Member in good standing of at least one State Bar. Should have experience handling labor and employment matters, including client counseling, policy creation and administration, internal investigations, and responding to various claims and charges. Familiarity with federal and state employment law required. Experience in building consensus needed. Must have experience with affirmative action work, including OFCCP audits. Experience representing New York employers desired. Broad experience with complex benefits issues in large fortune 500 Corporation is a plus. Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-06-20

Senior Legal Counsel - Privacy

New York City NY Senior Legal Counsel - Privacy The candidate will serve as a key subject matter expert and advisor to firm's lawyers and business units on privacy and data protection issues in commercial negotiations. Draft and negotiate the privacy and data protection aspects of complex agreements ranging from professional services, development, and supplier agreements with various merchants, partners and vendors. Advise firm's Human Resources (HR) senior leaders and operational teams on matters involving the processing of employee personal data to help maintain compliant privacy and data protection practices across the global HR function. Provide training to legal colleagues to help them advise their clients regarding privacy and data protection issues in commercial and HR matters, as well as develop and maintain guidelines, playbooks, templated terms, and other resources. Help to ensure adherence to global privacy and data protection laws, while enabling the development and execution of business initiatives. Coordinate with regional lawyers to evaluate and, where appropriate, help design products, services and technologies for compliance with local data privacy regulations. Collaborate with Compliance colleagues, the Global Privacy Office and firm'ss International Data Protection Officer (DPO) to develop, enhance and implement the firm's Global Privacy Framework in markets where firm's operates. Support the Global Privacy Office in the continued development and implementation of the Data Privacy Impact Assessment program. Advise on new and emerging legal and regulatory developments impacting data privacy and data security, including identifying trends and potential impacts on business activities. Understand and advise on the privacy and data protection legal requirements applicable to complex data flows across the data lifecycle. Collaborate and coordinate with government relations teams to proactively monitor and review privacy and data-protection related legislation in order to help ensure accurate and up-to-date inventories of all legal obligations.

The candidate must have deep, demonstrable privacy, data protection, and program management skills and expertise, with an emphasis on financial and/or employee privacy laws. Specific experience with privacy and data protection laws, including GLBA, CCPA, LGPD, CAN-SPAM, HIPAA, GDPR, e-Privacy Directive, and other applicable laws is required. Should have experience providing risk-based and pragmatic resolution of outstanding privacy and data protection aspects of commercial negotiations, leveraging in a quick, concise and commercially focused legal advice. Must have in-depth knowledge of cutting-edge IT, web, mobile, and payment ecosystem technologies (especially those used in the collection, storage and analysis of data) and their privacy and data security implications. Should have familiarity with, and strong interest in, financial services technology, mobile and alternative payments, as well as emerging technology. Must have ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and to tolerate change and ambiguity. Should have demonstrated ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team, to effectively coach and mentor others (including non-attorneys), and a sense of humor and resiliency, especially under tight deadlines and while managing multiple priorities. Must have 7+ years of experience practicing either in-house (or in an equivalent setting) or at a reputable law firm. Must have Juris Doctorate degree or equivalent degree. Should be admitted to a state bar. Must have exceptional writing skills, with attention to detail and ability to generate creative original drafted documents. Should have excellent communication and presentation skills; ability to communicate and help non-experts understand applicable regulations and requirements. Experience advising clients in the financial services, mobile payments, internet and technology industries preferred. Relevant technical certifications, such as a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) or other relevant certifications preferred.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-19

Senior Manager (Counsel), Global Privacy Office

New York City NY Senior Manager (Counsel), Global Privacy Office Responsibilities: Initiates and conducts efforts aimed at promoting and ensuring compliance with global privacy laws, regulations and policy requirements. Manages global initiatives related to protecting the personal data of Sonys customers, employees, fans, artists and business partners. Provides advice and support across the company, as a privacy subject matter expert, including acting as a key liaison on day-to-day privacy related matters. Provides privacy related legal advice, as required. Consults with teams across the company regarding privacy issues and the integration of privacy best practices. Maintains knowledge of applicable privacy laws, regulations and best practices, and monitors changing global privacy laws, regulations and best practices. Partners with appropriate teams to carry out privacy risk assessments Works closely with appropriate teams to enhance governance, controls and documentation, and address findings. Assists in the development and facilitation of privacy training and awareness programs across the group to improve employee awareness.

Qualifications: A strong data privacy background, including 7+ years direct data privacy experience. Certifications such as CIPP strongly preferred. Bachelor's and J.D. degree is required; must also have a membership in good standing with the New York State bar (Non-New York attorneys are not necessarily ineligible to perform legal work for the company but would be required to register as an in-house counsel with the State Bar of New York). Experience with global cross-company privacy programs and/or initiatives, such as GDPR and/or CCPA, preferred. Experience in handling data breach investigations and working with data protection authorities preferred. Exceptional communication and advocacy skills, both verbal and written, with the ability to express complex and technical issues as understandable language within Sony, including clients and other stakeholders. Experience working independently. Must have solid leadership skills and be a team player. Ability to work and communicate effectively and tactfully with all levels of executives including senior government and industry stakeholders. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. Ability to manage multiple programs simultaneously, with strong ability to prioritize multiple tasks and respond to emergencies, organize and schedule work effectively.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-17

Sr Corporate Counsel - Service Provider Channels

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will structure, draft and negotiate complex agreements with our most strategic US SP Channels partners for the purchase of hardware, software and services for resale, including cloud and managed services. This includes the ability to efficiently identify and resolve issues presented by partner paper, including competition law issues across various jurisdictions. Serve as an escalation point and SME for the channels programs. Will have an understanding of the structure of companys channel programs, various channel partner program certifications, partner roles, benefits and obligations and advise on compliance issues associated with the terms of programs. Will be a trusted advisor to the Channels sales leadership team and ensure focus and prioritization of key deals, including serving as lead legal negotiator to bring those deals to timely closure. Participate as a member of the SP Channels VP or Directors extended leadership team by attending staff calls, providing input on business and contracting strategies, being a first point of contact on all legal issues and providing ongoing business counseling. Supports US Service Provider (SP) Channels, to include some of the most strategic and the largest partners. In this role, you ll provide legal support for the Channels team and become a subject matter expert (SME) in companys channels programs, including the Cloud and Managed Services Program (CMSP). Previous SP channels or cloud and managed services experience is strongly preferred, but we will consider standout applicants without this experience who otherwise demonstrate a strong dedication to customer service in every interaction, the ability to identify, digest and vigilantly eliminate unnecessary complexity (whether its in the form of dense contract language or a needlessly byzantine organizational process), comfort navigating complex and new issues where answers are not readily available, a hunger to develop expertise in a new area, and fearlessness about deep diving in order to develop this expertise.

The candidate should have 8 years of relevant experience practicing law or in contract management or negotiation role with meaningful experience structuring, drafting and negotiating complex products and services agreements and a consistent track record of handling such transactions. Should have superior customer service, organization, and interpersonal skills and are confident dealing directly with all levels of management and with customers. Strong knowledge of cloud computing, data privacy and security, software licensing and XaaS, outsourcing or managed services agreements are all strongly preferred. Must have record of accomplishment of successfully handling complex contractual negotiations and challenging customers, partners and sales staff in a business effective manner, with a demonstrated ability to pragmatically balance risk and reward to achieve business outcomes. Must have strong influencing and leadership skills, including decisiveness on both legal and business issues with willingness to collaborate, share knowledge and respond to urgent matters and execute immediately. Ability to understand, evaluate and break down new, novel and complex issues, business models and contracting approaches and present these to others in a clear and concise manner is required.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-17
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Assistant Counsel I, Compliance
Refer job# CFWR144684
 
Assistant Counsel I, Compliance The candidate will be providing Guidance and Advice: Provide guidance and advice on compliance questions and concerns. Relevant topics include: conflicts of interest, business gifts and entertainment, anti-bribery and anti-corruption and trade and economic sanctions. Training and Communications Initiatives: Develop compliance communications and training materials to promote understanding of compliance risk issues. Develop and track metrics related to these initiatives. Assist with drafting annual updates to firm Code of Conduct, and work with colleagues to launch and ensure completion of web-based acknowledgements and learning requirements. Risk Assessment: Support compliance risk assessments to proactively identify existing and emerging compliance risks. Support the development of the compliance risk management strategy and plan. Policy and Procedure Development and Implementation: Monitor legal developments on a global basis and identify opportunities for compliance-related policies. Draft policies and procedures to ensure consistent and sound practices, and ensure existing policies and procedures are current, effectively implemented and communicated to employees. Due Diligence: Assist with ensuring processes are followed for conducting due diligence on third parties, and that risk management measures are implemented and monitored. Program Monitoring: Actively monitor compliance program to identify gaps/exceptions/weaknesses and work with the Vice President on corrective action plans and recommendations to enhance effectiveness. Compliance Systems: Support the use of third party compliance resources and systems, such as compliance training, hotline/case management system, and third party due diligence system.

The candidate must have J.D. and 5+ years of experience in ethics and compliance or related function. Knowledge and understanding of applicable ethics and compliance requirements, compliance risk management practices and methodologies, and compliance program best practices and substantive legal issues is needed. Knowledge and experience in implementing training and communications processes and programs; strong project management skills is necessary. Experience with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, U.K. Bribery Act, and other anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws/issues is essential. Experience in conducting or participating investigations is required. Admission in good standing to the Bar of the State of New York is critical. Should be IT savvy and highly proficient in Microsoft Office, especially PowerPoint and Excel. Possesses an ability to quickly learn new technology. Foreign language skills are desired. Beauty or consumer goods industry experience is preferred. International experience is beneficial.
 
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Vice President, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VZFU144701
 
Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate will advise on and support corporate securities and SEC reporting and compliance matters, including preparation and filing Forms 8-K, 10-Q and 10-K, registration statements, proxy statements and all related filings. Maintain governance policies and practices, including corporate governance guidelines, committee charters and other governing documents. Collaborate with investor relations department in engagement with stockholders on governance matters, including participating in engagement calls and meetings with investors and proxy advisors. Provide counsel in the areas of capital markets transactions and corporate finance matters, including mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings and repurchase and credit facilities. Advise on governance matters, including Delaware corporate law questions, charter and bylaw provisions, governance guidelines, independence and related party transactions matters, and Board committee charters. Create and manage teams with other AUSA in-house attorneys and outside advisors (including active management of outside counsel) for sophisticated transactions. Advise and work closely with a variety of key stakeholders, including senior management, Accounting, Investor Relations, Treasury, Tax, Finance, and business functions. Must have 10+ years of related legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house public company environment with a sophisticated securities/corporate governance/corporate finance practice. Substantial experience in corporate securities ( 33 and 34 Act), corporate governance and corporate finance is required. JD degree and state bar admission required.
 
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Associate Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# IQHV144705
 
Associate Counsel, Privacy The candidate will handle duties that include: Counsel and support the Company on all privacy and data security issues in connection with the development and implementation of technology, products and services; Advise on the requirements of, and compliance with, federal and state privacy and information security laws (including the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018), as well as federal and state government investigations and enforcement actions for alleged data security and privacy violations. Draft, negotiate and review complex information privacy, confidentiality and security contractual provisions with third party vendors, including data transfer agreements. Assist with cybersecurity and data breach incident response, including preparation of required notifications pursuant to breach notification law. Draft privacy and information security policies, procedures, notices and consents for compliance with privacy and security laws. Evaluate potential privacy risks, and draft and negotiate agreements in connection with potential acquisitions. Coordinate with outside counsel in international markets to advise clients on privacy and security matters. Work closely with the Chief Privacy Officer on Privacy Compliance Program. Should have strong experience advising on global privacy and data security matters. Must be member of the New York State Bar. Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP), not required but a plus.
 
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Attorney, Legal And Compliance
Refer job# FWLX144722
 
Attorney, Legal and Compliance The candidate will be responsible for providing advice, guidance and opinions in all areas of regulatory and legal compliance affecting the Companies products, policies and procedures. The Attorney would provide assistance to the Vice President of Legal and Compliance in managing a comprehensive range of compliance, regulatory and legal services for group and its affiliates. The Attorneys primary job will be legal research, insurance policy research and development, keeping apprised of changes in the law, and assisting in the compliance process. Perform thorough and detailed legal research on applicable topics, providing guidance to various business partners. Assist in all areas of compliance including- being aware of changes in the law, assist in implementing changes, and updating internal policies and procedures. Provide legal support to minimize legal risk and ensure compliance on regulatory matters. Research and answer business operation questions. Assist in legislative bill screening. Aid in establishing policies and procedures consistent with established legal principles and requirements. Monitors and maintains current knowledge in legal and compliance matters relating to the insurance industry and pursues ongoing professional development to maintain current knowledge on best practices. Assist in coordinating regulatory compliance matters and ensures internal support as needed. Performs similar job-related duties as assigned.

The candidate must be Graduate of an accredited law school. Should have admission to the State Bar of Arizona or be able to qualify for In-House Counsel Admission. Experience in the Insurance Industry, Life and Health experience a plus. 2-4 year of legal practice is required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to simplify complex legal concepts in clear and concise communication to business staff. Should have outstanding research and legal analytical skills.
 
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Commercial Contracts Attorney
Refer job# KYQG144662
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney The candidate will assist with drafting and negotiating technology agreements and other routine commercial contracts, acting as an escalation point and performing quality control review of agreements handled by India team, updating playbooks and templates as needed, and training our India team on contract positions; and acting as a liaison between the client, our India account management team, and our India production team.

The candidate must be experienced in drafting and negotiating a wide variety of commercial contracts, including nondisclosure agreements, service agreement, and license and other technology agreements. Should also have experience with contract templates, playbooks and training materials. A JD degree and an active license to practice law is required. Should have 8+ years' experience, with 3+ years as an in-house counsel. Should have strong attention to detail. Must be decisive, and able to work independently.
 
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Vice President, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NWSN144672
 
Vice President, Corporate Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include: Providing advice on a broad range of real estate matters including sales, acquisitions, financings, leasing, property management and development in the U.S. and Latin America. Providing advice related to joint ventures, REIT, FIBRA (Mexican REITs) and CKD investment structures as well as other investment transactions. Providing advice on the legal and regulatory issues related to the structuring, marketing and launching of new real estate investment funds and other products. Supporting portfolio management and asset management teams. Providing advice on fund governance and litigation matters as needed. Retaining, managing and coordinating outside counsel. Supporting and driving diversity and inclusion efforts, including the retention of diverse outside counsel. Must have significant law firm or in-house transactional experience (minimum of 6 years). Real estate transactional experience is a plus. Should be fluent in Spanish. Desire to learn the PGIM Real Estate business and expand knowledge of the different areas of law that affect the business in the U.S. and Latin America. General knowledge of the US regulatory framework for private funds and real estate capital markets, such as the Investment Advisers Act, the Securities Act of 1933 and ERISA is a plus. General knowledge of rules and regulations related to REITs, FIBRAs and CKDs is a plus. Admitted to practice law in at least one state and able to obtain an in-house counsel license, if required.
 
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Employment And Benefits Counsel
Refer job# PQZS144636
 
Employment And Benefits Counsel The candidate responsibilities will include: Advises and represents the Corporation and its subsidiaries in a broad range of labor, employment, and compensation and benefits matters. Counsels on a broad range of labor and employment matters for a global Fortune 500 employer. Direct responsibility for matters within the US, indirect/oversight responsibility for matters outside the US. Counsels on matters pertaining to both union and non-unionized workforce. Provides responsive and timely legal advice to internal clients, including senior management, human resources and labor relations professionals, on broad range of labor and employment law issues, including discipline, duty to bargain, ADA, FMLA, absence/leave laws, wage & hour regulations, etc. Partners with the Litigation Center of Excellence on administrative matters and hearings before federal and state agencies. Partners with the Litigation Center of Excellence team in federal and state court cases, including litigation strategy, court appearances, depositions, and motion practice. Works strategically with senior business and HR partners to provide advice and support on discipline and termination decisions, HR initiatives, internal investigations, complaint resolution and corporate policies. Provides training to HR staff and general employees on a variety of topics, including non-discrimination/EEO practices, harassment, Code of Conduct, etc. Provides counsel to Compensation and Benefits Center of Excellence on a broad range of compensation and benefits matters relating to ERISA, qualified pension and 401k plans, executive compensation, nonqualified deferred compensation, plan design, health and welfare plans, mergers and acquisitions and fiduciary responsibility. Provides regular training to fiduciaries and benefits staff on a variety of topics, including fiduciary responsibilities and legislative and regulatory updates. Maintains awareness of legal developments in relevant jurisdictions, provides updates internally, and works to implement necessary changes to policies/practices. Evaluates both legal and business risks of legally acceptable alternatives and implements solutions. Reports directly to the Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer. Should have 7-10 years of legal experience representing employers in employment law matters (including employment litigation) and employee compensation and benefits. Must have JD degree from an accredited law school. Tax LLM a plus. Must be Member in good standing of at least one State Bar. Should have experience handling labor and employment matters, including client counseling, policy creation and administration, internal investigations, and responding to various claims and charges. Familiarity with federal and state employment law required. Experience in building consensus needed. Must have experience with affirmative action work, including OFCCP audits. Experience representing New York employers desired. Broad experience with complex benefits issues in large fortune 500 Corporation is a plus.
 
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Senior Legal Counsel - Privacy
Refer job# DZFT144626
 
Senior Legal Counsel - Privacy The candidate will serve as a key subject matter expert and advisor to firm's lawyers and business units on privacy and data protection issues in commercial negotiations. Draft and negotiate the privacy and data protection aspects of complex agreements ranging from professional services, development, and supplier agreements with various merchants, partners and vendors. Advise firm's Human Resources (HR) senior leaders and operational teams on matters involving the processing of employee personal data to help maintain compliant privacy and data protection practices across the global HR function. Provide training to legal colleagues to help them advise their clients regarding privacy and data protection issues in commercial and HR matters, as well as develop and maintain guidelines, playbooks, templated terms, and other resources. Help to ensure adherence to global privacy and data protection laws, while enabling the development and execution of business initiatives. Coordinate with regional lawyers to evaluate and, where appropriate, help design products, services and technologies for compliance with local data privacy regulations. Collaborate with Compliance colleagues, the Global Privacy Office and firm'ss International Data Protection Officer (DPO) to develop, enhance and implement the firm's Global Privacy Framework in markets where firm's operates. Support the Global Privacy Office in the continued development and implementation of the Data Privacy Impact Assessment program. Advise on new and emerging legal and regulatory developments impacting data privacy and data security, including identifying trends and potential impacts on business activities. Understand and advise on the privacy and data protection legal requirements applicable to complex data flows across the data lifecycle. Collaborate and coordinate with government relations teams to proactively monitor and review privacy and data-protection related legislation in order to help ensure accurate and up-to-date inventories of all legal obligations.

The candidate must have deep, demonstrable privacy, data protection, and program management skills and expertise, with an emphasis on financial and/or employee privacy laws. Specific experience with privacy and data protection laws, including GLBA, CCPA, LGPD, CAN-SPAM, HIPAA, GDPR, e-Privacy Directive, and other applicable laws is required. Should have experience providing risk-based and pragmatic resolution of outstanding privacy and data protection aspects of commercial negotiations, leveraging in a quick, concise and commercially focused legal advice. Must have in-depth knowledge of cutting-edge IT, web, mobile, and payment ecosystem technologies (especially those used in the collection, storage and analysis of data) and their privacy and data security implications. Should have familiarity with, and strong interest in, financial services technology, mobile and alternative payments, as well as emerging technology. Must have ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and to tolerate change and ambiguity. Should have demonstrated ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team, to effectively coach and mentor others (including non-attorneys), and a sense of humor and resiliency, especially under tight deadlines and while managing multiple priorities. Must have 7+ years of experience practicing either in-house (or in an equivalent setting) or at a reputable law firm. Must have Juris Doctorate degree or equivalent degree. Should be admitted to a state bar. Must have exceptional writing skills, with attention to detail and ability to generate creative original drafted documents. Should have excellent communication and presentation skills; ability to communicate and help non-experts understand applicable regulations and requirements. Experience advising clients in the financial services, mobile payments, internet and technology industries preferred. Relevant technical certifications, such as a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) or other relevant certifications preferred.
 
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Senior Manager (Counsel), Global Privacy Office
Refer job# KZQB144599
 
Senior Manager (Counsel), Global Privacy Office Responsibilities: Initiates and conducts efforts aimed at promoting and ensuring compliance with global privacy laws, regulations and policy requirements. Manages global initiatives related to protecting the personal data of Sonys customers, employees, fans, artists and business partners. Provides advice and support across the company, as a privacy subject matter expert, including acting as a key liaison on day-to-day privacy related matters. Provides privacy related legal advice, as required. Consults with teams across the company regarding privacy issues and the integration of privacy best practices. Maintains knowledge of applicable privacy laws, regulations and best practices, and monitors changing global privacy laws, regulations and best practices. Partners with appropriate teams to carry out privacy risk assessments Works closely with appropriate teams to enhance governance, controls and documentation, and address findings. Assists in the development and facilitation of privacy training and awareness programs across the group to improve employee awareness.

Qualifications: A strong data privacy background, including 7+ years direct data privacy experience. Certifications such as CIPP strongly preferred. Bachelor's and J.D. degree is required; must also have a membership in good standing with the New York State bar (Non-New York attorneys are not necessarily ineligible to perform legal work for the company but would be required to register as an in-house counsel with the State Bar of New York). Experience with global cross-company privacy programs and/or initiatives, such as GDPR and/or CCPA, preferred. Experience in handling data breach investigations and working with data protection authorities preferred. Exceptional communication and advocacy skills, both verbal and written, with the ability to express complex and technical issues as understandable language within Sony, including clients and other stakeholders. Experience working independently. Must have solid leadership skills and be a team player. Ability to work and communicate effectively and tactfully with all levels of executives including senior government and industry stakeholders. Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills. Ability to manage multiple programs simultaneously, with strong ability to prioritize multiple tasks and respond to emergencies, organize and schedule work effectively.
 
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Sr Corporate Counsel - Service Provider Channels
Refer job# DACM144607
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will structure, draft and negotiate complex agreements with our most strategic US SP Channels partners for the purchase of hardware, software and services for resale, including cloud and managed services. This includes the ability to efficiently identify and resolve issues presented by partner paper, including competition law issues across various jurisdictions. Serve as an escalation point and SME for the channels programs. Will have an understanding of the structure of companys channel programs, various channel partner program certifications, partner roles, benefits and obligations and advise on compliance issues associated with the terms of programs. Will be a trusted advisor to the Channels sales leadership team and ensure focus and prioritization of key deals, including serving as lead legal negotiator to bring those deals to timely closure. Participate as a member of the SP Channels VP or Directors extended leadership team by attending staff calls, providing input on business and contracting strategies, being a first point of contact on all legal issues and providing ongoing business counseling. Supports US Service Provider (SP) Channels, to include some of the most strategic and the largest partners. In this role, you ll provide legal support for the Channels team and become a subject matter expert (SME) in companys channels programs, including the Cloud and Managed Services Program (CMSP). Previous SP channels or cloud and managed services experience is strongly preferred, but we will consider standout applicants without this experience who otherwise demonstrate a strong dedication to customer service in every interaction, the ability to identify, digest and vigilantly eliminate unnecessary complexity (whether its in the form of dense contract language or a needlessly byzantine organizational process), comfort navigating complex and new issues where answers are not readily available, a hunger to develop expertise in a new area, and fearlessness about deep diving in order to develop this expertise.

The candidate should have 8 years of relevant experience practicing law or in contract management or negotiation role with meaningful experience structuring, drafting and negotiating complex products and services agreements and a consistent track record of handling such transactions. Should have superior customer service, organization, and interpersonal skills and are confident dealing directly with all levels of management and with customers. Strong knowledge of cloud computing, data privacy and security, software licensing and XaaS, outsourcing or managed services agreements are all strongly preferred. Must have record of accomplishment of successfully handling complex contractual negotiations and challenging customers, partners and sales staff in a business effective manner, with a demonstrated ability to pragmatically balance risk and reward to achieve business outcomes. Must have strong influencing and leadership skills, including decisiveness on both legal and business issues with willingness to collaborate, share knowledge and respond to urgent matters and execute immediately. Ability to understand, evaluate and break down new, novel and complex issues, business models and contracting approaches and present these to others in a clear and concise manner is required.
 
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