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Tax - International Attorney in Charlotte, NC

Charlotte NC International Tax Senior Manager The candidate will work as part of a team of problem solvers with extensive consulting and industry experience, helping our clients solve complex business issues from strategy to execution. Specific responsibilities include: Proactively assist in the management of a portfolio of clients, while reporting to Directors and above; Be involved in the financial management of clients; Be actively involved in business development activities to help identify and research opportunities on new/existing clients; Develop project strategies to solve complex technical challenges for our clients; Manage and deliver large projects by developing the project team, assessing engagement risks throughout, driving conclusions, and reviewing / challenging the output produced by the team; Shape and deliver projects to meet and exceed the expectations of our clients and our own quality criteria; Train, coach, and supervise team members; Continue to develop internal relationships and developing PwC brand. Bachelor Degree is required. A Juris Doctorate (JD), Master of Laws (LLM), or Master's degree in Accounting or Taxation field of study will be considered in lieu of a Bachelor Degree in Accounting is required. Should have 5+ years PQE. CPA, Enrolled Agent or Member of the Bar is required. Demonstrates intimate abilities and/or a proven record of success in assisting companies to understand and assess the tax impact of company business, operations and transactions in multiple jurisdictions is preferred. Demonstrates intimate knowledge and/or a proven record of success in corporate tax including tax research, compliance and consulting within an international taxation environment is preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-01

Insurance Coverage Attorney / Litigation - Insurance Attorney in Charlotte, NC

Charlotte NC Claim Attorney The candidate will investigate and maintain claims. Reviews and evaluates coverage and / or liability. Assigns cases to outside counsel and evaluates their performance. Develops, prepares and implements Claims Litigation strategy, including affecting settlements / reserves within prescribed limits. Works toward the resolution of claims files and attends arbitrations, mediations or trials as necessary, but is not attorney of record. Provides legal advice and counsel to Claims personnel. Ensures compliance of claims handling pursuant to all state, legal, statutory and regulatory bodies. May provide oversight and supervision to outside counsel on claims-related litigation. May provide guidance and assistance to lower level positions. May prepare for and attend trials as legal representation for insureds and/or the company Performs other duties as assigned. Should have done LLM (Masters of Law) or JD (Juris Doctorate) and current attorney license required. Must have 3-6 years of related experience. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-01

Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance And Ethics

Morrisville NC Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance And Ethics The candidate will: Provide global compliance and ethics advice and guidance to the Deputy and Chief Compliance Officers and to the Company s biopharmaceutical clinical research and commercial healthcare lines of business and corporate units regarding the company s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (Code), corporate compliance and ethics policies and standards and other compliance and ethics issues or inquiries. Conduct global compliance and ethics investigations to ensure that investigations are conducted in a timely and comprehensive manner and that effective corrective action is implemented in accordance with the company s Code, corporate compliance and ethics policies and operating standards. Engage and collaborate with key stakeholders (e.g., human resources, internal audit, quality, business management and senior leadership, etc.) to ensure the company s Code and corporate compliance and ethics program policies and operating standards are developed and/or updated, implemented appropriately and enforced consistently. Interact with and advise business leaders on compliance and ethics issues that affect the success of the company and the execution of the Company s strategic business priorities. Assist in the development and implementation of global compliance and ethics policies, governance and oversight processes, and controls and strategies. Monitor global legal and regulatory changes that have the potential to affect the Company and assist with identifying any necessary changes to the compliance and ethics program and/or business operations based on legal or regulatory changes or identified emerging risks. Deliver targeted compliance and ethics training and education to the Company s business and corporate units. Must be experienced attorney and compliance professional with 10+ years of relevant pharmaceutical healthcare industry experience that includes experience providing legal and/or compliance advice and guidance related to the clinical research and development, sale and marketing of pharmaceutical products. Should have substantive working knowledge of US Federal and state laws and regulations that apply to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device industry, including Federal healthcare program requirements under the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act ( FDCA ), the Prescription Drug Marketing Act, False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Transparency Provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the Sunshine Act ) and the Federal Corrupt Practices Act ( FCPA ). Must have experience conducting investigations in the pharmaceutical industry, including experience in investigations related to the sales and marketing of pharmaceuticals and medical devices. Should have substantive working knowledge of the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines and other governmental requirements and standards for implementing effective compliance and ethics programs. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-29

Associate Corporate Counsel

Morrisville NC Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be drafting and negotiating customer, vendor, independent contractor, confidentiality, and partnership contracts. Creating and revising standardized legal processes and contract templates. Working with all business departments to answer their legal questions and needs, such as Advising the Content and Products teams on Intellectual Property issues. Working with accreditation department on compliance and IT on security. Advising HR and Recruiting on employment matters. Gaining a full understanding of firm s business practices and advising on the proper courses of action. Assisting business teams with legal issues related to international expansion and negotiating contracts with international entities. Representing company in legal correspondence with customers and vendors. Legal research necessary for the above items. Should have 1-2 years of contract/transactional law experience in a corporate environment or comparable legal experience. Law degree and active State of North Carolina license to practice is essential. Strong preference given to those with software and SaaS experience. Strong writing, organizational, and interpersonal skills are preferred. Legal 1 - 2 Full-time 2019-11-29

Corporate Counsel - Claims & Litigation

Charlotte NC Corporate Counsel - Claims & Litigation Responsibilities: Manage asbestos litigation, mass tort, product litigation and other matters; Assist outside counsel with discovery related issues and coordinate with technical support within business units as necessary; Develop legal portfolio strategies to resolve and / or mange pre-litigation matters; Advise Risk Managers and Senior Business Counsel of settlements on insured matters; Retain and supervise outside counsel to assist with managing and /or coordinating strategic defenses; Providing oversight responsibility for litigation and defense budgets for assigned asbestos and product litigation dockets; Collaborate with outside counsel in the negotiation and / or resolution of matters by actively participating in settlement conferences and mediations; Identify trends in litigation matters and track amounts paid to resolve lawsuits, claims and legal expenses; Manage and implement strategies to control cost and insurance resources (extend insurance coverage); Collaborate with Corporate Accounting to provide guidance to external auditors regarding reserves for assigned litigation matters; All other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree from an accredited U.S. law school, with a strong academic background. Should have 7-10 years prior legal experience in corporate environment, private firm specializing in asbestos litigation, products liability and /or complex litigation. Extensive knowledge of asbestos litigation, products liability, and general complex litigation. General knowledge and experience with insurance coverage for asbestos litigation and / or products liability claims. Familiarity with standard concepts, practices and procedures associated with company products and services. Strong working knowledge of matter management and claims management systems. Must be self-directed, detail-oriented with strong organization and communication skills; Extensive negotiation background and the ability to resolve cases in a cost-effective manner; Ability to work in a team-oriented environment that is fast paced and demanding; Ability to prioritize and manage workload and simultaneous tasks to meet deadlines.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-11-29

Legal And Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel

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

The candidate must have J.D. from an accredited law school. 4+ years of legal experience managing securities compliance and corporate governance matters in a law firm or fast-paced corporate legal department is necessary. Proven ability to efficiently manage and contribute to significant numbers of projects simultaneously is preferred. In-house experience is beneficial. Experience or interest in working with international corporate and regulatory compliance issues, specifically Irish corporate law is an asset.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-28

Attorney Insurance And Annuities

Charlotte NC Attorney - Insurance And Annuities The candidate will provide advice and guidance to the Insurance and Annuities business within Global Wealth and Investment Management. Day to day responsibilities include: Assisting the business with federal and state laws and regulations applicable to the sale and distribution of insurance and annuities as well as negotiating contracts. Responsibilities also include providing advice on strategic initiatives involving insurance and annuities. Negotiating contractual arrangements with insurance carriers. Advising on changes in laws and regulations at the state and federal levels. Advising on strategic issues such as compliance with best interest standards, breadth of product offerings (including brokerage-based and fee-based options), and licensing and producer compensation matters. Assisting management with all matters, including carrier and product due diligence, governance, resolution of audit issues, questions involving e-commerce, privacy, cybersecurity. Participating in industry trade groups such as IRI and advising management on potential changes in the regulatory environment. Collaborating with business, other areas of the BAC law department, and outside counsel to deliver proactive, strategic and timely legal solutions and support. Navigating regulatory change by providing proactive and timely analysis of proposed and existing laws, regulations and industry litigation to the business. Coordinating and maintaining strong relationships with the Compliance and Risk Departments. Working with outside counsel on select projects. JD from an accredited law school is required. Membership in good standing in at least one state bar is required. Should have 5-10 years of experience at an insurance company or a law firm. In-depth, specialized knowledge of Insurance and Annuity product structures and laws and regulations relating to selling these products is required. Strong knowledge of the workings of applicable regulatory agencies (e.g., State insurance departments; FINRA, SEC) is required. Experience providing expert and strategic advice on laws relevant to Annuities and Insurance. Includes interpretation of regulatory changes and prevailing industry litigation environment is required. Experience drafting and negotiating a wide range of commercial contracts, including selling and distribution agreements is required. Experience with laws and rules applicable to individual retirement accounts and the Investment Advisors Act is required. Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2019-11-27

Senior Counsel, Litigation

Cary NC Senior Counsel, Litigation The candidate will work with Lead Counsel for Litigation, under the direction of the North America and US Legal and Integrity Territory Head, to set strategy, and retain, manage and direct outside counsel, to achieve timely and effective resolution of legal disputes and lawsuits on behalf of the four firm Businesses operating in the US and North American territory. Assist in the development and implementation of general litigation strategies, standards and processes to protect the Company against significant risks. Guide and counsel Business representatives to ensure comprehension and coordination of the litigation strategies, standards and processes to facilitate successful operation of the various Businesses. Advise and counsel the Businesses on various legal matters that they encounter in their respective markets to identify potential claim opportunities and mitigate potential claim risks. Serves as legal counsel for litigation matters primarily in the United States but also Canada, Mexico, Central America and Caribbean countries. Assist Business colleagues, Lead Counsel, Litigation and North America and US Legal and Integrity Territory Head in cost-effective and timely resolution of business disputes and lawsuits. Ongoing monitoring of applicable laws, regulations and policies. Develops, implements and maintains litigation strategy, standards, directives, policies and procedures. Provides strategic legal advice to Businesses to identify potential claim opportunities and mitigate potential claim risks. Counsel Businesses to protect business reputation and interests and ensuring compliance with relevant laws and regulations. Provide guidance on relevant laws and regulations to those drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts. Act with a high degree of initiative and independence to identify issues and recommend appropriate courses of action. Coordinate with Legal colleagues in all Businesses. Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school and bar admission in North Carolina Bar or other State Bar are required. Must have 10 years of litigation experience, including first-chair trial responsibility, at a law firm. Experience handling litigation matter in an in-house setting preferred. Significant experience providing legal advice concerning potential claim and dispute identification and resolution for commercial litigation matters are essential. Experience with global legal matters preferred. Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information are essential. A results-oriented professional with strong common sense and superior business acumen are required. Understanding of technical concepts and an interest in technology are required. The ability to be recognized as an independent and respected legal advisor, and ability to work in a complex, matrix structure where cooperation is often gained through influence rather than through direct command are essential. Demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced environment and manage a significant workload are required. Strong leadership and independent decision-making ability are required. Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to compile and analyze complex regulatory and business information, assess risk, and provide resolutions or recommendations are required. Highly collaborative individual with ability to influence others and build strong professional relationships are required. Ability to use creativity and influence to meet and overcome resistance to change are required. Excellent written, interpersonal and analytical skills are required are required. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-18

Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance and Ethics

Raleigh NC Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance and Ethics Responsibilities: Design, implement and manage the global Ethics and Compliance program. Work collaboratively with senior leadership in the development and improvement of the compliance and ethics program. Establish effective working relationships and build credibility within the Company, especially at senior management and operational leadership levels, influencing without direct authority to support a culture of ethics and compliance. Advise senior management and operational leadership on issues concerning compliance and ethics matters including recommending controls designed to ensure compliance. Support the Global Risk & Compliance Officer in the evaluation and management of the effectiveness of the ethics and compliance program. Revise, develop and implement a Compliance and Ethics Charter, applicable compliance and ethics policies, procedures, and guidance. Annually review and update, as appropriate, the Code of Conduct. Implement policies and procedures that encourage employees, leadership, contractors, and clients to report compliance concerns without the fear of retaliation. Manage the Ethics Hotline. Independently investigate or support supervision of the investigation of compliance and ethics concerns that are raised through Ethics Hotline, internal reporting, or other reporting mechanisms. Develop an annual Compliance Work Plan outlining Compliance department work activities for the upcoming year. Assist the Risk & Compliance Officer in long-range strategic planning for the Compliance Program in response to quality assurance and process improvement activities and industry-leading best practices for effective compliance and ethics programs. Remain abreast of industry best practices and changing standards. Design and implement innovative approaches to support continuous auditing and monitoring of operations in support of the Compliance Program through data mining, analytics, and benchmarking. Prepare compliance reports for submission to the Risk & Compliance Officer, Board of Directors, and Risk and Compliance Steering Committee, including but not limited to ethics and compliance matters, activities of the Compliance department, and the completion status of annual Compliance Work Plan. Institute and maintain an effective compliance communication program for the organization, including promoting a) use of the compliance hotline, b) heightened awareness of standards of conduct, and c) understanding of new and existing compliance issues and related policies and procedures.

Qualifications: JD Degree required from an accredited university. Licensed to practice law in at least one U.S. state (active license). Compliance Certification preferred (e.g., CCEP, CCEP/I). 15+ years of experience as an attorney, including progressive responsibility for developing, implementing and managing a global compliance program within a multi-national, public company. 5+ years of managerial experience. Experience should clearly demonstrate competency in administering healthcare risk and compliance program functions with knowledge and demonstrated ability in the following areas: Fraud and abuse laws, including anti-bribery/anti-corruption ( ABAC ), the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ( ?FCPA ), the UK Bribery Act and related global standards; HIPAA and related privacy regulations; Incentives in clinical trials; Audits and internal investigations; Supporting external audits and investigations of vendors and clinical trial sites; FDA regulations related to clinical drug development; Experience developing and implementing policies and associated training related to global compliance. Substantial experience in a highly regulated industry, preferably pharma and/or clinical research. Demonstrated track record of superior performance in Compliance leadership roles; a background ideally gained in a multi-national regulated company. Clear, concise and persuasive writing and presentation skills; ability to influence senior leaders. Strong organizational skills and an orientation to deadlines and detail; Ability to manage a diverse department and demanding workload. Able to provide leadership and direction to an organization, yet willing to listen, take counsel and balance the interests of diverse constituencies. Demonstrated success integrating compliance into daily operations. Proven track record in developing, designing and implementing global policies, procedures and training in a diverse, matrix environment. Significant experience in a global compliance program and making risk-based decisions Ability to lead and inspire teams with and without direct line of control The ability to work independently and to effectively deal with a wide range of personnel in rapidly changing regulatory and legal environments; While not required, knowledge of compliance related to global sanctions and export/import regulations such as Office of Foreign Assets Control ( OFAC ), Foreign Trade Regulations ( FTR ), International Traffic in Arms Regulations ( ITAR ) and Export Administration Regulations ( EAR ) is desired.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-16

North Carolina - Tax Manager - International Tax - Transfer Pricing

Charlotte NC Tax Manager - International Tax - Transfer Pricing
The candidate will participate in and supervise multiple and challenging transfer pricing engagements and to contribute to the delivery of quality tax planning services for the diverse clients. Demonstrate an understanding of complex transfer pricing concepts and effectively apply economic/financial knowledge to client situations. Develop and deliver quality transfer pricing and economic ideas with timely and responsive services/work products. Identify transfer pricing opportunities. Prepare documentation, participate in advanced pricing agreements (APAs), defend transfer pricing in audits, work in the valuation of intangible assets, and develop quality, practical planning services. Manage the work of client service team members. Participate in and contribute to attaining team goals. Thoroughly and accurately analyze information. Prepare quality, practical approaches to the client's economic situation and arrive at logical conclusions. Lead in developing recommendations and implementation plans.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 5+ years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 4+ years of related work experience. A degree in economics, law, tax, or accounting is preferred. Should have 3+ years of transfer pricing or similar experience. Broad exposure to transfer pricing issues preferred.
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Tax - International Attorney in Charlotte, NC
Refer job# MSND147185
 
International Tax Senior Manager The candidate will work as part of a team of problem solvers with extensive consulting and industry experience, helping our clients solve complex business issues from strategy to execution. Specific responsibilities include: Proactively assist in the management of a portfolio of clients, while reporting to Directors and above; Be involved in the financial management of clients; Be actively involved in business development activities to help identify and research opportunities on new/existing clients; Develop project strategies to solve complex technical challenges for our clients; Manage and deliver large projects by developing the project team, assessing engagement risks throughout, driving conclusions, and reviewing / challenging the output produced by the team; Shape and deliver projects to meet and exceed the expectations of our clients and our own quality criteria; Train, coach, and supervise team members; Continue to develop internal relationships and developing PwC brand. Bachelor Degree is required. A Juris Doctorate (JD), Master of Laws (LLM), or Master's degree in Accounting or Taxation field of study will be considered in lieu of a Bachelor Degree in Accounting is required. Should have 5+ years PQE. CPA, Enrolled Agent or Member of the Bar is required. Demonstrates intimate abilities and/or a proven record of success in assisting companies to understand and assess the tax impact of company business, operations and transactions in multiple jurisdictions is preferred. Demonstrates intimate knowledge and/or a proven record of success in corporate tax including tax research, compliance and consulting within an international taxation environment is preferred.
 
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Insurance Coverage Attorney / Litigation - Insurance Attorney in Charlotte, NC
Refer job# MOUV147338
 
Claim Attorney The candidate will investigate and maintain claims. Reviews and evaluates coverage and / or liability. Assigns cases to outside counsel and evaluates their performance. Develops, prepares and implements Claims Litigation strategy, including affecting settlements / reserves within prescribed limits. Works toward the resolution of claims files and attends arbitrations, mediations or trials as necessary, but is not attorney of record. Provides legal advice and counsel to Claims personnel. Ensures compliance of claims handling pursuant to all state, legal, statutory and regulatory bodies. May provide oversight and supervision to outside counsel on claims-related litigation. May provide guidance and assistance to lower level positions. May prepare for and attend trials as legal representation for insureds and/or the company Performs other duties as assigned. Should have done LLM (Masters of Law) or JD (Juris Doctorate) and current attorney license required. Must have 3-6 years of related experience.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance And Ethics
Refer job# VYOP147077
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance And Ethics The candidate will: Provide global compliance and ethics advice and guidance to the Deputy and Chief Compliance Officers and to the Company s biopharmaceutical clinical research and commercial healthcare lines of business and corporate units regarding the company s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (Code), corporate compliance and ethics policies and standards and other compliance and ethics issues or inquiries. Conduct global compliance and ethics investigations to ensure that investigations are conducted in a timely and comprehensive manner and that effective corrective action is implemented in accordance with the company s Code, corporate compliance and ethics policies and operating standards. Engage and collaborate with key stakeholders (e.g., human resources, internal audit, quality, business management and senior leadership, etc.) to ensure the company s Code and corporate compliance and ethics program policies and operating standards are developed and/or updated, implemented appropriately and enforced consistently. Interact with and advise business leaders on compliance and ethics issues that affect the success of the company and the execution of the Company s strategic business priorities. Assist in the development and implementation of global compliance and ethics policies, governance and oversight processes, and controls and strategies. Monitor global legal and regulatory changes that have the potential to affect the Company and assist with identifying any necessary changes to the compliance and ethics program and/or business operations based on legal or regulatory changes or identified emerging risks. Deliver targeted compliance and ethics training and education to the Company s business and corporate units. Must be experienced attorney and compliance professional with 10+ years of relevant pharmaceutical healthcare industry experience that includes experience providing legal and/or compliance advice and guidance related to the clinical research and development, sale and marketing of pharmaceutical products. Should have substantive working knowledge of US Federal and state laws and regulations that apply to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device industry, including Federal healthcare program requirements under the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act ( FDCA ), the Prescription Drug Marketing Act, False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Transparency Provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the Sunshine Act ) and the Federal Corrupt Practices Act ( FCPA ). Must have experience conducting investigations in the pharmaceutical industry, including experience in investigations related to the sales and marketing of pharmaceuticals and medical devices. Should have substantive working knowledge of the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines and other governmental requirements and standards for implementing effective compliance and ethics programs.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TYAX147097
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate will be drafting and negotiating customer, vendor, independent contractor, confidentiality, and partnership contracts. Creating and revising standardized legal processes and contract templates. Working with all business departments to answer their legal questions and needs, such as Advising the Content and Products teams on Intellectual Property issues. Working with accreditation department on compliance and IT on security. Advising HR and Recruiting on employment matters. Gaining a full understanding of firm s business practices and advising on the proper courses of action. Assisting business teams with legal issues related to international expansion and negotiating contracts with international entities. Representing company in legal correspondence with customers and vendors. Legal research necessary for the above items. Should have 1-2 years of contract/transactional law experience in a corporate environment or comparable legal experience. Law degree and active State of North Carolina license to practice is essential. Strong preference given to those with software and SaaS experience. Strong writing, organizational, and interpersonal skills are preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Claims & Litigation
Refer job# RQXE147098
 
Corporate Counsel - Claims & Litigation Responsibilities: Manage asbestos litigation, mass tort, product litigation and other matters; Assist outside counsel with discovery related issues and coordinate with technical support within business units as necessary; Develop legal portfolio strategies to resolve and / or mange pre-litigation matters; Advise Risk Managers and Senior Business Counsel of settlements on insured matters; Retain and supervise outside counsel to assist with managing and /or coordinating strategic defenses; Providing oversight responsibility for litigation and defense budgets for assigned asbestos and product litigation dockets; Collaborate with outside counsel in the negotiation and / or resolution of matters by actively participating in settlement conferences and mediations; Identify trends in litigation matters and track amounts paid to resolve lawsuits, claims and legal expenses; Manage and implement strategies to control cost and insurance resources (extend insurance coverage); Collaborate with Corporate Accounting to provide guidance to external auditors regarding reserves for assigned litigation matters; All other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree from an accredited U.S. law school, with a strong academic background. Should have 7-10 years prior legal experience in corporate environment, private firm specializing in asbestos litigation, products liability and /or complex litigation. Extensive knowledge of asbestos litigation, products liability, and general complex litigation. General knowledge and experience with insurance coverage for asbestos litigation and / or products liability claims. Familiarity with standard concepts, practices and procedures associated with company products and services. Strong working knowledge of matter management and claims management systems. Must be self-directed, detail-oriented with strong organization and communication skills; Extensive negotiation background and the ability to resolve cases in a cost-effective manner; Ability to work in a team-oriented environment that is fast paced and demanding; Ability to prioritize and manage workload and simultaneous tasks to meet deadlines.
 
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Legal And Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel
Refer job# DTPQ147072
 
Legal and Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel The candidate will be responsible to prepare board resolutions, presentations and other board materials relating to company transactions, annual meetings, share plan operations and related matters; and otherwise support the board and committee meeting material preparation and distribution process. Aid in the preparation of the company's filings with, and other matters concerning, the SEC (including filings on Forms 10-Q, 10-K and 8-K, Section 16 filings, no action letters and similar items). Aid in the preparation of the company's annual proxy/information statements, manage directors' & officers' questionnaires and participate in the planning of and preparation for shareholder meetings. Assist with Irish corporate law filings and NYSE compliance matters, including with regard to director independence and related party transactions. Review the company's websites and other communications for compliance with SEC and other regulations. Research current topics within the areas of corporate law, securities and finance; prepare memoranda for internal distribution and education of these developments. Respond to internal inquiries related to SEC compliance and corporate secretarial matters. Provide support for other corporate transactions, as needed. Help to organize and manage the team's internal databases of research and filing information. Develop internal guidelines, toolkits, policies and packaged knowledge on various legal and business issues. Manage both in-house and outside legal resources.

The candidate must have J.D. from an accredited law school. 4+ years of legal experience managing securities compliance and corporate governance matters in a law firm or fast-paced corporate legal department is necessary. Proven ability to efficiently manage and contribute to significant numbers of projects simultaneously is preferred. In-house experience is beneficial. Experience or interest in working with international corporate and regulatory compliance issues, specifically Irish corporate law is an asset.
 
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Attorney Insurance And Annuities
Refer job# XRMY147045
 
Attorney - Insurance And Annuities The candidate will provide advice and guidance to the Insurance and Annuities business within Global Wealth and Investment Management. Day to day responsibilities include: Assisting the business with federal and state laws and regulations applicable to the sale and distribution of insurance and annuities as well as negotiating contracts. Responsibilities also include providing advice on strategic initiatives involving insurance and annuities. Negotiating contractual arrangements with insurance carriers. Advising on changes in laws and regulations at the state and federal levels. Advising on strategic issues such as compliance with best interest standards, breadth of product offerings (including brokerage-based and fee-based options), and licensing and producer compensation matters. Assisting management with all matters, including carrier and product due diligence, governance, resolution of audit issues, questions involving e-commerce, privacy, cybersecurity. Participating in industry trade groups such as IRI and advising management on potential changes in the regulatory environment. Collaborating with business, other areas of the BAC law department, and outside counsel to deliver proactive, strategic and timely legal solutions and support. Navigating regulatory change by providing proactive and timely analysis of proposed and existing laws, regulations and industry litigation to the business. Coordinating and maintaining strong relationships with the Compliance and Risk Departments. Working with outside counsel on select projects. JD from an accredited law school is required. Membership in good standing in at least one state bar is required. Should have 5-10 years of experience at an insurance company or a law firm. In-depth, specialized knowledge of Insurance and Annuity product structures and laws and regulations relating to selling these products is required. Strong knowledge of the workings of applicable regulatory agencies (e.g., State insurance departments; FINRA, SEC) is required. Experience providing expert and strategic advice on laws relevant to Annuities and Insurance. Includes interpretation of regulatory changes and prevailing industry litigation environment is required. Experience drafting and negotiating a wide range of commercial contracts, including selling and distribution agreements is required. Experience with laws and rules applicable to individual retirement accounts and the Investment Advisors Act is required.
 
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Senior Counsel, Litigation
Refer job# NWWR146971
 
Senior Counsel, Litigation The candidate will work with Lead Counsel for Litigation, under the direction of the North America and US Legal and Integrity Territory Head, to set strategy, and retain, manage and direct outside counsel, to achieve timely and effective resolution of legal disputes and lawsuits on behalf of the four firm Businesses operating in the US and North American territory. Assist in the development and implementation of general litigation strategies, standards and processes to protect the Company against significant risks. Guide and counsel Business representatives to ensure comprehension and coordination of the litigation strategies, standards and processes to facilitate successful operation of the various Businesses. Advise and counsel the Businesses on various legal matters that they encounter in their respective markets to identify potential claim opportunities and mitigate potential claim risks. Serves as legal counsel for litigation matters primarily in the United States but also Canada, Mexico, Central America and Caribbean countries. Assist Business colleagues, Lead Counsel, Litigation and North America and US Legal and Integrity Territory Head in cost-effective and timely resolution of business disputes and lawsuits. Ongoing monitoring of applicable laws, regulations and policies. Develops, implements and maintains litigation strategy, standards, directives, policies and procedures. Provides strategic legal advice to Businesses to identify potential claim opportunities and mitigate potential claim risks. Counsel Businesses to protect business reputation and interests and ensuring compliance with relevant laws and regulations. Provide guidance on relevant laws and regulations to those drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts. Act with a high degree of initiative and independence to identify issues and recommend appropriate courses of action. Coordinate with Legal colleagues in all Businesses. Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school and bar admission in North Carolina Bar or other State Bar are required. Must have 10 years of litigation experience, including first-chair trial responsibility, at a law firm. Experience handling litigation matter in an in-house setting preferred. Significant experience providing legal advice concerning potential claim and dispute identification and resolution for commercial litigation matters are essential. Experience with global legal matters preferred. Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information are essential. A results-oriented professional with strong common sense and superior business acumen are required. Understanding of technical concepts and an interest in technology are required. The ability to be recognized as an independent and respected legal advisor, and ability to work in a complex, matrix structure where cooperation is often gained through influence rather than through direct command are essential. Demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced environment and manage a significant workload are required. Strong leadership and independent decision-making ability are required. Demonstrated attention to detail, ability to compile and analyze complex regulatory and business information, assess risk, and provide resolutions or recommendations are required. Highly collaborative individual with ability to influence others and build strong professional relationships are required. Ability to use creativity and influence to meet and overcome resistance to change are required. Excellent written, interpersonal and analytical skills are required are required.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance and Ethics
Refer job# WIXZ146950
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance and Ethics Responsibilities: Design, implement and manage the global Ethics and Compliance program. Work collaboratively with senior leadership in the development and improvement of the compliance and ethics program. Establish effective working relationships and build credibility within the Company, especially at senior management and operational leadership levels, influencing without direct authority to support a culture of ethics and compliance. Advise senior management and operational leadership on issues concerning compliance and ethics matters including recommending controls designed to ensure compliance. Support the Global Risk & Compliance Officer in the evaluation and management of the effectiveness of the ethics and compliance program. Revise, develop and implement a Compliance and Ethics Charter, applicable compliance and ethics policies, procedures, and guidance. Annually review and update, as appropriate, the Code of Conduct. Implement policies and procedures that encourage employees, leadership, contractors, and clients to report compliance concerns without the fear of retaliation. Manage the Ethics Hotline. Independently investigate or support supervision of the investigation of compliance and ethics concerns that are raised through Ethics Hotline, internal reporting, or other reporting mechanisms. Develop an annual Compliance Work Plan outlining Compliance department work activities for the upcoming year. Assist the Risk & Compliance Officer in long-range strategic planning for the Compliance Program in response to quality assurance and process improvement activities and industry-leading best practices for effective compliance and ethics programs. Remain abreast of industry best practices and changing standards. Design and implement innovative approaches to support continuous auditing and monitoring of operations in support of the Compliance Program through data mining, analytics, and benchmarking. Prepare compliance reports for submission to the Risk & Compliance Officer, Board of Directors, and Risk and Compliance Steering Committee, including but not limited to ethics and compliance matters, activities of the Compliance department, and the completion status of annual Compliance Work Plan. Institute and maintain an effective compliance communication program for the organization, including promoting a) use of the compliance hotline, b) heightened awareness of standards of conduct, and c) understanding of new and existing compliance issues and related policies and procedures.

Qualifications: JD Degree required from an accredited university. Licensed to practice law in at least one U.S. state (active license). Compliance Certification preferred (e.g., CCEP, CCEP/I). 15+ years of experience as an attorney, including progressive responsibility for developing, implementing and managing a global compliance program within a multi-national, public company. 5+ years of managerial experience. Experience should clearly demonstrate competency in administering healthcare risk and compliance program functions with knowledge and demonstrated ability in the following areas: Fraud and abuse laws, including anti-bribery/anti-corruption ( ABAC ), the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ( ?FCPA ), the UK Bribery Act and related global standards; HIPAA and related privacy regulations; Incentives in clinical trials; Audits and internal investigations; Supporting external audits and investigations of vendors and clinical trial sites; FDA regulations related to clinical drug development; Experience developing and implementing policies and associated training related to global compliance. Substantial experience in a highly regulated industry, preferably pharma and/or clinical research. Demonstrated track record of superior performance in Compliance leadership roles; a background ideally gained in a multi-national regulated company. Clear, concise and persuasive writing and presentation skills; ability to influence senior leaders. Strong organizational skills and an orientation to deadlines and detail; Ability to manage a diverse department and demanding workload. Able to provide leadership and direction to an organization, yet willing to listen, take counsel and balance the interests of diverse constituencies. Demonstrated success integrating compliance into daily operations. Proven track record in developing, designing and implementing global policies, procedures and training in a diverse, matrix environment. Significant experience in a global compliance program and making risk-based decisions Ability to lead and inspire teams with and without direct line of control The ability to work independently and to effectively deal with a wide range of personnel in rapidly changing regulatory and legal environments; While not required, knowledge of compliance related to global sanctions and export/import regulations such as Office of Foreign Assets Control ( OFAC ), Foreign Trade Regulations ( FTR ), International Traffic in Arms Regulations ( ITAR ) and Export Administration Regulations ( EAR ) is desired.
 
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North Carolina - Tax Manager - International Tax - Transfer Pricing
Refer job# VN5I25944
 
Tax Manager - International Tax - Transfer Pricing
The candidate will participate in and supervise multiple and challenging transfer pricing engagements and to contribute to the delivery of quality tax planning services for the diverse clients. Demonstrate an understanding of complex transfer pricing concepts and effectively apply economic/financial knowledge to client situations. Develop and deliver quality transfer pricing and economic ideas with timely and responsive services/work products. Identify transfer pricing opportunities. Prepare documentation, participate in advanced pricing agreements (APAs), defend transfer pricing in audits, work in the valuation of intangible assets, and develop quality, practical planning services. Manage the work of client service team members. Participate in and contribute to attaining team goals. Thoroughly and accurately analyze information. Prepare quality, practical approaches to the client's economic situation and arrive at logical conclusions. Lead in developing recommendations and implementation plans.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 5+ years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 4+ years of related work experience. A degree in economics, law, tax, or accounting is preferred. Should have 3+ years of transfer pricing or similar experience. Broad exposure to transfer pricing issues preferred.
 
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