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Associate General Counsel, Platform Enforcement And Litigation

New York City NY Associate General Counsel, Platform Enforcement And Litigation The candidate will be responsible for: Work cross-functionally with teams to identify abusive platform practices and to ensure compliance with litigation-related obligations. Execute key strategic platform enforcement litigation matters in the United States and around the world. Oversee outside counsel relationships, including selecting, budgeting, managing, and evaluating counsel. Must have J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Should have 8+ years of legal experience, including offensive litigation experience either in private practice or as a federal prosecutor. Must have experience thinking strategically to solve legal challenges. Interpersonal skills, including experience communicating efficiently and to manage people effectively preferred. Experience with highly technical software-related subject matter desired. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-06

Attorney-intellectual Property

New York City NY Attorney-Intellectual Property The candidate will support the intellectual property (IP) department and will focus on clearance of product names, designs and marketing materials, as well as building and protecting the IP portfolio. This role will provide IP law support across all L brands retail brands including Victorias Secret, Pink, Bath & Body Works and White Barn Candle Co. The individual will interface with organizational partners at all levels in support of domestic and international business initiatives. Partner with internal teams across the brands to review products, names, designs and marketing materials to ensure compliance with trademark and copyright laws. Oversee trademark clearance and offer recommendations to internal business partners on risk mitigation and potential conflicts. Support IP team members with management of a large, global trademark and copyright portfolio including oversight of domestic and international conflict matters. Assist with establishing and implementing global trademark filing and enforcement strategies. Monitor and protect the companys valuable intellectual property by drafting cease and desist letters, investigating infringement, and partnering with internal teams on social media and domain name issues. Review and negotiate sponsorships, marketing agreements, licenses, settlement or coexistence agreements, agency agreements, content development agreements, etc. Assist departmental leader in managing outside counsel and litigation. Support the IP team in educating organizational partners on matters involving intellectual property. Proactively identify emerging issues, mitigate risk, and continuously improve intellectual property processes.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree in Law and 4 years experience including 3 years experience with trademark and copyright law; 3 years managing a global trademark and copyright portfolio; 3 years experience in drafting cease and desist letters; 3 years of IP litigation and enforcement; 3 years conducting worldwide trademark search/clearance; 3 years of drafting and negotiating commercial and IP agreements.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-04

Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel

New York City NY Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the legal matters of Advisory Services. This critical role focuses upon both all legal issues related to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ( Act ), and all legal issues affecting and impacting an investment advisor serving a defined market. Will report to the Chief Legal Officer with assigned duties to the Chief Investment Officer ( CIO ), Advisory Services. Accountabilities: Compliance: Development, design, and implementation of compliance policies and procedures, consistent with law (federal and state-specific) and the Act, in close collaboration with the business team. Identify, monitor, and communicate changes to federal, state, and local laws, and case law for impact to the business team and associated services. Provide solution recommendations when changes in laws or trends affect how the advisory business may be transacted. Investments: Substantial experience with investment advisory services, and the Act. Thorough legal understanding of investments, including fixed income instruments, U.S. government obligations, corporate debt, credit structures, residential mortgage related securities, asset-backed, commercial mortgage-backed securities, and equity instruments. Extensive legal understanding of debt/equity investment ratings, asset valuations, and regulatory requirements applicable to investment portfolios. Capacity and attention to detail in performing and managing due diligence processes. Ability to research, issue-spot, draft, review, and work with outside counsel on issues related to the Act. Transactional: Review, draft, and administer investment management agreements, and other related legal documents in connection with internal as well as external parties. Develop solutions in all phases of transactions, including initial assessments, diligence, negotiation, execution, and integration. Corporate: Corporate governance law including process, policies, and related rules, regulations, and requirements. Ensuring full, proper, and sufficient governance records. General: Stay current on all applicable federal and state laws and regulations by conducting ongoing research and identify and communicate changes as they occur; assess associated legal and business risks and identify risk mitigation options. Prepare and maintain relevant reports, memos, and other records. Identify and problem resolve issues that develop during the course of each acquisition event, transactions, corporate matters, and compliance issues. Communicate regularly with CIO. Qualifications: Admission to a state bar/J. D degree from accredited law school. Finance, economics, or related undergraduate degree, preferred. 5 years of relevant experience with a law firm or corporation. 7 years of legal experience. Proficient in Microsoft Office (incl. Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), Outlook, and Windows Explorer, Internet and web research, and Adobe Acrobat. Proven drafting, strong writing, and analytical skills. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-04-03

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review and negotiate various agreements for ICE Data Services globally (primarily customer agreements and data sourcing agreements). Assist in the preparation and review of external requests for information (RFI s and RFP s). Perform a legal review of ICE Data Services marketing materials. Help identify risk implications of business strategies and plans. Ensure that advice provided is consistent with the relevant regulatory requirements and ICE policies. Liaise with ICE business areas and provide advice and assistance as requirements might arise. Collaborate closely with business, sales and product teams in the context of commercial negotiations and client discussions/issues.

Qualifications: Qualified lawyer in US jurisdiction. Position is suitable for around 5+ years PQE but candidates of other PQE will be considered if applicable experience. Experience working in-house (experience working at a financial services or financial data/technology company would be viewed very favorably). Experience in commercial licensing transactions, commercial contracting and contract negotiation/providing legal advice across a variety of products and services. Strong communication skills. Experience and understanding of financial services / markets with an ability to work across a broad range of product areas. Knowledge and understanding of the details and practical application of the global regulatory agency and requirements impacting IDS services and exchanges, including, but not limited to MiFID II, SEC, CFTC, EU General Data Protection Regulations, US export control laws and OFAC requirements. Comfortable providing articulate and appropriate guidance to executive management. Ability to work autonomously and to adapt effectively in frequently changing working environments. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects and clients simultaneously and effectively and work in a fast-paced environment; ability to work global timeframes, and when the situation calls for it, willingness to work off hours. Desire and ability to learn business requirements quickly, analyze legal and business risks and propose creative, business-oriented solutions. Ability to give pragmatic, quality and timely ad hoc advice to all areas of the organization including to management and business heads; adding value in commercial and technical discussions.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Associate General Counsel, Employment Law

New York City NY Associate General Counsel, Employment Law The candidate will provide employment law support primarily to company s Institutional Clients Group (ICG) in the US, which includes Banking, Capital Markets and Advisory ( BCMA ), Markets and Securities Services ( MSS ), Trade and Transaction Services ( TTS ), Citi Private Banking ( CPB ) and ICG O&T, on a wide range of employment matters, including: offers and separations; executive compensation agreements; dispute resolution; discipline and discharge issues; employee investigations (including ethics hotline matters); ADA, FMLA and other leave issues; wage and hour compliance (including DOL audits); federal contractor compliance (including OFCCP audits, equal employment opportunity and affirmative action requirements); reductions-in-force; mergers and acquisitions; employee privacy (such as searches, monitoring/recording communications); and raiding and recruiting . Manages a robust and complex litigation docket and associated outside counsel spend and creates and delivers training to HR and business managers on a host of employment related topics. Will function as an expert resource for the team and internal stakeholders on various assigned subject matters (such as diversity, onboarding, non-employee management, government contracting, and global diligence initiatives) that rotate regularly across the team. Should have extensive knowledge of US employment laws; substantial experience counseling clients on employment law matters, conducting investigations and training, and litigation management; excellent analytical, communication and writing skills; and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team environment. Juris Doctor degree U.S. state bar admission required. Should have 10+ years' employment law experience. In-house experience, and experience with financial institutions and/or the financial markets, preferred. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Privacy Counsel

New York City NY Privacy Counsel The candidate will work closely with information security, procurement and other teams to advise and support implementation of privacy-related requirements. Will drive projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across the business. Continue to develop and improve upon policies and standards to ensure compliance with global data privacy laws. Coordinate closely with information security in overseeing review of, and response to, all potential security incidents. Manage internal privacy compliance programs to ensure the business meets its regulatory and contractual obligations. Review and draft contracts and contractual provisions, templates and policies. Serve as a point of escalation for other attorneys negotiating, and directly negotiate as necessary, privacy-related terms in commercial agreements with customers and vendors.

The candidate should have 7+ years of relevant experience, including substantial experience with SaaS, software and information security. Demonstrated subject matter expertise is required. Should have JD and Bar admission.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Associate Staff Attorney, Insurance Defense

New York City NY Associate Staff Attorney, Insurance Defense RESPONSIBILITIES: Analyze legal and factual issues, conduct extensive, well-reasoned legal research, collaboratively develop and present defense strategies on behalf of clients. Prepare pleadings, written discovery, motions and briefs in support of defense strategies and conduct depositions, all with supervision from an experienced team. Provide effective and timely communication, information, legal advice and other services to clients and claims on legal and factual issues.. Communicate with the court, witnesses, opposing counsel and co-counsel in a manner consistent with established office procedures. Accountable to assist with prompt, efficient and effective disposition of cases. Attend CLE seminars as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school and license to practice in the state of New York. 2 years of negligence defense experience. Functional understanding of claims and litigation is preferred. Familiarity with the tripartite relationship is a plus. Commitment to providing a high level of customer service. Positive minded and collaborative team-player attitude. Excellent legal research and writing skills. Strong MS Office proficiency (Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook). Effective communicator with strong negotiation skills. Ability to think strategically and desire to be challenged. Positive minded and collaborative team-player attitude.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-31

Counsel Legal & Business Affairs - Corp & Securities

New York City NY Counsel Legal & Business Affairs - Corp & Securities Duties: Manage drafting of Proxy and process generally, including gathering information from various business units for populating Proxy; assist with Internal Audit request for back-up; advise on disclosure issues and provide guidance to business units providing data. Review/revise relevant portions of SEC filings (10Qs/Ks, 8Ks, Form 4s). Manage D&O Questionnaire process, including updating questionnaires, coordinating distribution, review of completed questionnaires for disclosure issues. Assist with Form 3/4/5 filings and management of Section 16 compliance. Manage NYSE compliance; complete required filings, deliver various notices, etc.. Draft and negotiate commercial corporate contracts and engagement letters, including support of Tax, Internal Audit, Treasury, Finance, Investor Relations, Corporate Communications, Procurement and Corporate Events departments. Assist with related party transactions; maintain records of transactions and completed approval paperwork; maintain inter-company agreements; draft various amendments/updates as arrangements change; coordinate among various business units to gather information when documenting terms of arrangements on ongoing basis. Assist with various aspects of annual shareholders meeting, including coordination of materials, volunteers and logistics, etc. Assist with/manage aircraft matters, including drafting/negotiation agreements related to aircraft use and/or aircraft services; advice Finance on appropriate billing and allocation of expense. Assist with credit facility compliance and related matters (e.g., quarterly compliance certificates; loan assignments, etc.). Oversee subsidiary management and compliance with various states. Review/negotiation of bank account agreements and support credit agreement compliance. Assist with transfer agent and equity plan administration matters. Support Board and Committee meetings and distributions. Manage company policies and trainings. Responsiveness to client inquiries and provision of accurate and practical legal advice. Devote time and resources to keep current on relevant corporate laws, to keep abreast of legal legislative and regulatory issues and anticipate trends and changes. Supervise outside counsel; review work product.

Qualifications: Legal education and JD Degree from top accredited law school required; 3-5 years of experience of corporate legal experience in a top law firm. Licensed to practice in New York or eligible for registration in New York as in-house counsel. Committed to working with integrity and producing excellent, accurate work in a timely manner. Good judgment and ability to set priorities. Demonstrated creative, flexible problem-solving skills and attention to detail. Ability to work in a high-pressure environment. Excellent oral, written skills and advanced computer skills. Must be a self-starter, be organized, have a sense of urgency and a dedicated team player. Excellent writing and quantitative analytical skills. Highly functional with Word and Excel. Completed 60 credits of college-level coursework (representing 2 years), or have shown similar self-development through certifications, trade school coursework, etc. are preferred.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-03-31

Corporate Compliance Counsel (anti-bribery And Corruption)

New York City NY Corporate Compliance Counsel (Anti-bribery and Corruption) The candidate to lead Americas Anti-bribery and Corruption (AB&C) program, based in the New York office. Partnering with our deal teams and nominee asset directors, will have the opportunity to design and enhance AB&C procedures for companies within our principal investment portfolio. These companies span a wide range of industries including green energy, infrastructure, healthcare, technology and more, making this a diverse and challenging role. The role requires expertise and thought leadership in critical areas of compliance including anti-bribery and corruption, FCPA, third party management, training and awareness campaigns and executive engagement. May also be asked to provide assistance in areas including whistleblowing, human rights and trade compliance, rendering relevant experience an advantage. Should have Juris Doctor with admission to bar in at least one state. Must have 5 years of relevant experience, gained in private practice or as in-house counsel, with a particular focus on anti-corruption. Experience with human rights, trade compliance, whistleblowing a plus. Spanish language skills preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-03-19

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft and negotiate all types of agreements, including services contracts, vendor contracts, talent/influencer agreements, rights releases, non-disclosure and sponsorship agreements. Will counsel with regard to intellectual property, privacy and FTC disclosure guidelines. Assist in the creation and implementation of corporate policy. Support litigation/dispute management, regulatory matters, and employment issues. Should preferably have 3-5 years of transactional experience in-house or at a law firm. Working knowledge of intellectual property law is desirable. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-03-19
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Associate General Counsel, Platform Enforcement And Litigation
Refer job# NZGC149063
 
Associate General Counsel, Platform Enforcement And Litigation The candidate will be responsible for: Work cross-functionally with teams to identify abusive platform practices and to ensure compliance with litigation-related obligations. Execute key strategic platform enforcement litigation matters in the United States and around the world. Oversee outside counsel relationships, including selecting, budgeting, managing, and evaluating counsel. Must have J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Should have 8+ years of legal experience, including offensive litigation experience either in private practice or as a federal prosecutor. Must have experience thinking strategically to solve legal challenges. Interpersonal skills, including experience communicating efficiently and to manage people effectively preferred. Experience with highly technical software-related subject matter desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Attorney-intellectual Property
Refer job# GAXZ149057
 
Attorney-Intellectual Property The candidate will support the intellectual property (IP) department and will focus on clearance of product names, designs and marketing materials, as well as building and protecting the IP portfolio. This role will provide IP law support across all L brands retail brands including Victorias Secret, Pink, Bath & Body Works and White Barn Candle Co. The individual will interface with organizational partners at all levels in support of domestic and international business initiatives. Partner with internal teams across the brands to review products, names, designs and marketing materials to ensure compliance with trademark and copyright laws. Oversee trademark clearance and offer recommendations to internal business partners on risk mitigation and potential conflicts. Support IP team members with management of a large, global trademark and copyright portfolio including oversight of domestic and international conflict matters. Assist with establishing and implementing global trademark filing and enforcement strategies. Monitor and protect the companys valuable intellectual property by drafting cease and desist letters, investigating infringement, and partnering with internal teams on social media and domain name issues. Review and negotiate sponsorships, marketing agreements, licenses, settlement or coexistence agreements, agency agreements, content development agreements, etc. Assist departmental leader in managing outside counsel and litigation. Support the IP team in educating organizational partners on matters involving intellectual property. Proactively identify emerging issues, mitigate risk, and continuously improve intellectual property processes.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree in Law and 4 years experience including 3 years experience with trademark and copyright law; 3 years managing a global trademark and copyright portfolio; 3 years experience in drafting cease and desist letters; 3 years of IP litigation and enforcement; 3 years conducting worldwide trademark search/clearance; 3 years of drafting and negotiating commercial and IP agreements.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel
Refer job# JOLW149027
 
Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the legal matters of Advisory Services. This critical role focuses upon both all legal issues related to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ( Act ), and all legal issues affecting and impacting an investment advisor serving a defined market. Will report to the Chief Legal Officer with assigned duties to the Chief Investment Officer ( CIO ), Advisory Services. Accountabilities: Compliance: Development, design, and implementation of compliance policies and procedures, consistent with law (federal and state-specific) and the Act, in close collaboration with the business team. Identify, monitor, and communicate changes to federal, state, and local laws, and case law for impact to the business team and associated services. Provide solution recommendations when changes in laws or trends affect how the advisory business may be transacted. Investments: Substantial experience with investment advisory services, and the Act. Thorough legal understanding of investments, including fixed income instruments, U.S. government obligations, corporate debt, credit structures, residential mortgage related securities, asset-backed, commercial mortgage-backed securities, and equity instruments. Extensive legal understanding of debt/equity investment ratings, asset valuations, and regulatory requirements applicable to investment portfolios. Capacity and attention to detail in performing and managing due diligence processes. Ability to research, issue-spot, draft, review, and work with outside counsel on issues related to the Act. Transactional: Review, draft, and administer investment management agreements, and other related legal documents in connection with internal as well as external parties. Develop solutions in all phases of transactions, including initial assessments, diligence, negotiation, execution, and integration. Corporate: Corporate governance law including process, policies, and related rules, regulations, and requirements. Ensuring full, proper, and sufficient governance records. General: Stay current on all applicable federal and state laws and regulations by conducting ongoing research and identify and communicate changes as they occur; assess associated legal and business risks and identify risk mitigation options. Prepare and maintain relevant reports, memos, and other records. Identify and problem resolve issues that develop during the course of each acquisition event, transactions, corporate matters, and compliance issues. Communicate regularly with CIO. Qualifications: Admission to a state bar/J. D degree from accredited law school. Finance, economics, or related undergraduate degree, preferred. 5 years of relevant experience with a law firm or corporation. 7 years of legal experience. Proficient in Microsoft Office (incl. Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), Outlook, and Windows Explorer, Internet and web research, and Adobe Acrobat. Proven drafting, strong writing, and analytical skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZJKY148979
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review and negotiate various agreements for ICE Data Services globally (primarily customer agreements and data sourcing agreements). Assist in the preparation and review of external requests for information (RFI s and RFP s). Perform a legal review of ICE Data Services marketing materials. Help identify risk implications of business strategies and plans. Ensure that advice provided is consistent with the relevant regulatory requirements and ICE policies. Liaise with ICE business areas and provide advice and assistance as requirements might arise. Collaborate closely with business, sales and product teams in the context of commercial negotiations and client discussions/issues.

Qualifications: Qualified lawyer in US jurisdiction. Position is suitable for around 5+ years PQE but candidates of other PQE will be considered if applicable experience. Experience working in-house (experience working at a financial services or financial data/technology company would be viewed very favorably). Experience in commercial licensing transactions, commercial contracting and contract negotiation/providing legal advice across a variety of products and services. Strong communication skills. Experience and understanding of financial services / markets with an ability to work across a broad range of product areas. Knowledge and understanding of the details and practical application of the global regulatory agency and requirements impacting IDS services and exchanges, including, but not limited to MiFID II, SEC, CFTC, EU General Data Protection Regulations, US export control laws and OFAC requirements. Comfortable providing articulate and appropriate guidance to executive management. Ability to work autonomously and to adapt effectively in frequently changing working environments. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects and clients simultaneously and effectively and work in a fast-paced environment; ability to work global timeframes, and when the situation calls for it, willingness to work off hours. Desire and ability to learn business requirements quickly, analyze legal and business risks and propose creative, business-oriented solutions. Ability to give pragmatic, quality and timely ad hoc advice to all areas of the organization including to management and business heads; adding value in commercial and technical discussions.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel, Employment Law
Refer job# QFQK148982
 
Associate General Counsel, Employment Law The candidate will provide employment law support primarily to company s Institutional Clients Group (ICG) in the US, which includes Banking, Capital Markets and Advisory ( BCMA ), Markets and Securities Services ( MSS ), Trade and Transaction Services ( TTS ), Citi Private Banking ( CPB ) and ICG O&T, on a wide range of employment matters, including: offers and separations; executive compensation agreements; dispute resolution; discipline and discharge issues; employee investigations (including ethics hotline matters); ADA, FMLA and other leave issues; wage and hour compliance (including DOL audits); federal contractor compliance (including OFCCP audits, equal employment opportunity and affirmative action requirements); reductions-in-force; mergers and acquisitions; employee privacy (such as searches, monitoring/recording communications); and raiding and recruiting . Manages a robust and complex litigation docket and associated outside counsel spend and creates and delivers training to HR and business managers on a host of employment related topics. Will function as an expert resource for the team and internal stakeholders on various assigned subject matters (such as diversity, onboarding, non-employee management, government contracting, and global diligence initiatives) that rotate regularly across the team. Should have extensive knowledge of US employment laws; substantial experience counseling clients on employment law matters, conducting investigations and training, and litigation management; excellent analytical, communication and writing skills; and the ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team environment. Juris Doctor degree U.S. state bar admission required. Should have 10+ years' employment law experience. In-house experience, and experience with financial institutions and/or the financial markets, preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Privacy Counsel
Refer job# MVDB148984
 
Privacy Counsel The candidate will work closely with information security, procurement and other teams to advise and support implementation of privacy-related requirements. Will drive projects involving privacy analysis and compliance with stakeholders across the business. Continue to develop and improve upon policies and standards to ensure compliance with global data privacy laws. Coordinate closely with information security in overseeing review of, and response to, all potential security incidents. Manage internal privacy compliance programs to ensure the business meets its regulatory and contractual obligations. Review and draft contracts and contractual provisions, templates and policies. Serve as a point of escalation for other attorneys negotiating, and directly negotiate as necessary, privacy-related terms in commercial agreements with customers and vendors.

The candidate should have 7+ years of relevant experience, including substantial experience with SaaS, software and information security. Demonstrated subject matter expertise is required. Should have JD and Bar admission.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Staff Attorney, Insurance Defense
Refer job# ODBC148993
 
Associate Staff Attorney, Insurance Defense RESPONSIBILITIES: Analyze legal and factual issues, conduct extensive, well-reasoned legal research, collaboratively develop and present defense strategies on behalf of clients. Prepare pleadings, written discovery, motions and briefs in support of defense strategies and conduct depositions, all with supervision from an experienced team. Provide effective and timely communication, information, legal advice and other services to clients and claims on legal and factual issues.. Communicate with the court, witnesses, opposing counsel and co-counsel in a manner consistent with established office procedures. Accountable to assist with prompt, efficient and effective disposition of cases. Attend CLE seminars as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school and license to practice in the state of New York. 2 years of negligence defense experience. Functional understanding of claims and litigation is preferred. Familiarity with the tripartite relationship is a plus. Commitment to providing a high level of customer service. Positive minded and collaborative team-player attitude. Excellent legal research and writing skills. Strong MS Office proficiency (Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook). Effective communicator with strong negotiation skills. Ability to think strategically and desire to be challenged. Positive minded and collaborative team-player attitude.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel Legal & Business Affairs - Corp & Securities
Refer job# OBRD148995
 
Counsel Legal & Business Affairs - Corp & Securities Duties: Manage drafting of Proxy and process generally, including gathering information from various business units for populating Proxy; assist with Internal Audit request for back-up; advise on disclosure issues and provide guidance to business units providing data. Review/revise relevant portions of SEC filings (10Qs/Ks, 8Ks, Form 4s). Manage D&O Questionnaire process, including updating questionnaires, coordinating distribution, review of completed questionnaires for disclosure issues. Assist with Form 3/4/5 filings and management of Section 16 compliance. Manage NYSE compliance; complete required filings, deliver various notices, etc.. Draft and negotiate commercial corporate contracts and engagement letters, including support of Tax, Internal Audit, Treasury, Finance, Investor Relations, Corporate Communications, Procurement and Corporate Events departments. Assist with related party transactions; maintain records of transactions and completed approval paperwork; maintain inter-company agreements; draft various amendments/updates as arrangements change; coordinate among various business units to gather information when documenting terms of arrangements on ongoing basis. Assist with various aspects of annual shareholders meeting, including coordination of materials, volunteers and logistics, etc. Assist with/manage aircraft matters, including drafting/negotiation agreements related to aircraft use and/or aircraft services; advice Finance on appropriate billing and allocation of expense. Assist with credit facility compliance and related matters (e.g., quarterly compliance certificates; loan assignments, etc.). Oversee subsidiary management and compliance with various states. Review/negotiation of bank account agreements and support credit agreement compliance. Assist with transfer agent and equity plan administration matters. Support Board and Committee meetings and distributions. Manage company policies and trainings. Responsiveness to client inquiries and provision of accurate and practical legal advice. Devote time and resources to keep current on relevant corporate laws, to keep abreast of legal legislative and regulatory issues and anticipate trends and changes. Supervise outside counsel; review work product.

Qualifications: Legal education and JD Degree from top accredited law school required; 3-5 years of experience of corporate legal experience in a top law firm. Licensed to practice in New York or eligible for registration in New York as in-house counsel. Committed to working with integrity and producing excellent, accurate work in a timely manner. Good judgment and ability to set priorities. Demonstrated creative, flexible problem-solving skills and attention to detail. Ability to work in a high-pressure environment. Excellent oral, written skills and advanced computer skills. Must be a self-starter, be organized, have a sense of urgency and a dedicated team player. Excellent writing and quantitative analytical skills. Highly functional with Word and Excel. Completed 60 credits of college-level coursework (representing 2 years), or have shown similar self-development through certifications, trade school coursework, etc. are preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Compliance Counsel (anti-bribery And Corruption)
Refer job# OZJV148921
 
Corporate Compliance Counsel (Anti-bribery and Corruption) The candidate to lead Americas Anti-bribery and Corruption (AB&C) program, based in the New York office. Partnering with our deal teams and nominee asset directors, will have the opportunity to design and enhance AB&C procedures for companies within our principal investment portfolio. These companies span a wide range of industries including green energy, infrastructure, healthcare, technology and more, making this a diverse and challenging role. The role requires expertise and thought leadership in critical areas of compliance including anti-bribery and corruption, FCPA, third party management, training and awareness campaigns and executive engagement. May also be asked to provide assistance in areas including whistleblowing, human rights and trade compliance, rendering relevant experience an advantage. Should have Juris Doctor with admission to bar in at least one state. Must have 5 years of relevant experience, gained in private practice or as in-house counsel, with a particular focus on anti-corruption. Experience with human rights, trade compliance, whistleblowing a plus. Spanish language skills preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OFQE148922
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will draft and negotiate all types of agreements, including services contracts, vendor contracts, talent/influencer agreements, rights releases, non-disclosure and sponsorship agreements. Will counsel with regard to intellectual property, privacy and FTC disclosure guidelines. Assist in the creation and implementation of corporate policy. Support litigation/dispute management, regulatory matters, and employment issues. Should preferably have 3-5 years of transactional experience in-house or at a law firm. Working knowledge of intellectual property law is desirable.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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