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Compliance Counsel, Americas

Greensboro NC Compliance Counsel, Americas The candidate will be responsible for: Supports and upholds company management in compliance matters to strengthen compliance awareness and interacts with managers and employees at the company's above referenced locations; plays a key role in identifying potential compliance obstacles and provides compliance input and advice. Manages third party due diligence program in designated business areas. Works closely with legal team, senior management and human resources to evaluate and respond to suspected compliance violations, conduct and/or oversee internal investigations, and assist in development of appropriate countermeasures and oversee implementation of such countermeasures in a timely manner. Ensures company employees understand and comply with relevant compliance policies through training and communication. Continuously improves compliance tools and databases. Identifies potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risks within the business units; develops and implements corresponding preventive/corrective action plans; tracks progress on remediation and provides appropriate reporting. Prepares for the possibility of audits and investigations by developing strategies, maintaining records and designing procedures. Must have JD from a top-tier law school. Should have 5-7 years of experience in corporate compliance, with a minimum of 3 years in-house. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills including the ability to effectively write and edit reports and business correspondence. Should have good project management skills. Must have solid understanding of key anti-bribery laws and sanctions/export control laws applicable to the company, including the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ( FCPA ) and Office of Foreign Assets Control ( OFAC ) trade sanctions. Should have proficiency in leading in-person and online training and other presentations. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-06-29

Corporate Counsel - Clinical Development

Wilmington NC Corporate Counsel - Clinical Development The candidate will advise function leadership and managers regarding contract negotiations, dispute resolution, policy and compliance matters within the business segment, and contributes to the development and implementation of contracting policies and risk management strategies. Will advise contract managers and function leadership regarding customer contracts, vendor contracts, confidentiality agreements, and other contracts as assigned under the supervision of Legal department leadership. Must be actively develop, support and contribute to the continuous improvement of Legal processes and procedures including contractual templates, risk mitigation strategies, and function-specific legal research. Also support corporate initiatives including corporate administration, transactions, dispute resolution, and other legal department initiatives as required. Should have excellent contract drafting and negotiation skills are essential requirement. Must have capacity to review large commercial contracts and provide practical, business-focused advice is required. Should have comprehensive knowledge of general corporate business practices and a sound understanding of contracting models and commercial practices is required. Experience in the clinical research industry or a healthcare services field is helpful. Language capabilities in addition to English are valued. A Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an ABA-accredited law school is required. Should have at least 2 years of contract negotiation, drafting or related legal experience, including intern and law clerk activities. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Privacy Attorney - Counsel IV

Charlotte NC Privacy Attorney - Counsel IV The candidate will work closely with Company's Global Privacy Office on a variety of state, federal and global privacy issues. The Global Privacy Office resides within Enterprise Compliance, which is part of the company's Regulatory and Compliance Risk Management organization. This position also will provide privacy legal support to other attorneys in the Legal Department who represent and counsel key internal business units across Company & Company, such as: Community Banking; Consumer Lending; Payments, Virtual Solutions, and Innovation; Wealth and Investment Management; and Wholesale Banking. The attorney will have seasoned experience, a proven record of success and accomplishments, and the ability to provide immediate, decisive, and effective counsel.

The candidate should have in-depth knowledge of, and experience analyzing and applying, state, federal, and global laws and corporate policies related to privacy, especially financial privacy, including state laws and regulations related to telemarketing and email marketing. Should have in-depth knowledge and experience analyzing and applying laws, regulations and corporate policies related to: the FCRA and its application to financial institutions, including requirements added to the FCRA by the FACT Act; privacy laws, including GLBA and state privacy laws (e.g., CCPA); and FCC and FTC consumer privacy rules, including TCPA and UDAAP. Assess risk in telemarketing, email marketing, affiliate sharing, secondary use of consumer reports, credit scores, fraud scores, and other model-based scores, and adverse action. Have strong contract drafting skills, including significant experience: structuring, negotiating and drafting contracts involving U.S. and global (e.g., GDPR) privacy matters; creating and maintaining contract templates and playbooks to mitigate legal and business risk, and to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of legal contract support; and building strong relationships with clients to ensure the contracting process generates positive client experiences and goodwill. Be proficient in supporting business groups in marketing campaigns, prescreened offers, affiliate sharing arrangements, cross-selling, joint marketing relationships, and advertising that use or collect personal consumer information. Be proficient with online and mobile privacy laws, including consumer notice and disclosure requirements. Have experience analyzing laws, contract terms and conditions, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy, consumer credit reporting, telemarketing, and email marketing. Be proficient at drafting and analyzing customer terms and conditions, contracts with third parties, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy and the FCRA. Have experience researching, analyzing, and advising on global privacy laws. Be familiar with laws related to e-commerce, mobile commerce, and information security. Analyze legislation and proposed regulations, and guide businesses in operational and practical impact and implications; be a prolific communicator and advocate in legislative developments and regulatory rulemaking; represent Company where appropriate and beneficial in industry trade groups. Have solid experience educating, advising, and counseling senior levels of management. Accustomed to working with global operations and risk management teams in a multinational corporate environment across diverse time zones. Be proficient with advising risk managers and compliance managers in the above areas and supporting them in the development of practical processes that control risk and ensure compliance. Be innovative and effective in providing stimulating, effective, and motivational education and training to managers and non-managers at all levels of the organization. Be effective and efficient in gathering information in a fast-paced business environment, understanding business needs and goals, and working with intensity toward effective, practical, and timely legal solutions. Should have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney; or 6+ years of experience as a practicing attorney and 2+ years of legal-related experience in one or a combination of the following areas: risk, compliance, contracts, government, regulatory, financial services, or technology. Should have Active State Bar membership. Should preferably have Ability to analyze legal and regulatory issues in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters. Extensive experience conducting research and providing counsel and guidance regarding complex legal issues is preferred. Should preferably have 10 years of relevant legal experience (as described above) working in a financial services corporate law department or law firm. Should preferably have understanding of reputation risk. Knowledge of legal, technical and operational issues affecting an enterprise records management program is preferred. Knowledge and experience with consumer and commercial banking laws is preferred. IAPP/US certification is preferred. Close Date: 07/15/2020
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27

Managing Counsel, Compliance And Ethics

Morrisville NC Managing Counsel, Compliance And Ethics The candidate to join Global Compliance team in the role of Managing Counsel to assist with compliance and ethics investigations and to provide expert advice and guidance on healthcare compliance and ethics issues. Responsibilities: 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. Qualification Requirements: 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. 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 ). Experience conducting investigations in the pharmaceutical industry, including experience in investigations related to the sales and marketing of pharmaceuticals and medical devices. 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 2020-06-26

Assistant General Counsel, Global Digital and Privacy Law

Durham NC Assistant General Counsel, Global Digital and Privacy Law The candidate will provide strategic leadership and advice to company's biopharma business on all aspects of data privacy issues globally. Will develop trusted advisor relationships across company's businesses, tech and compliance teams on global privacy issues. Lead the strategy for external notices and consents, working with the privacy centre of excellence on roll out/operational implementation. Review, interpret, and lead implementation of new laws globally, providing official guidance and case law to ensure ongoing compliance by company's business operations. Foster a data protection culture within the company and help implement essential elements of privacy law. Develop and maintain privacy-related guidance and templates for all company commercial contracting activities. Provide subject matter expertise and leadership in the following business areas: marketing, ad-tech and digital campaigns; privacy and data diligence issues associated with mergers and acquisitions / business development; complex technology transactions and data transfers; website and e-commerce privacy by design / cookie banners / consent tracking; consent, notice, consent tracking, privacy tech, privacy by design; R&D data in clinical trials and non-clinical trials context, secondary use of R&D data, advanced privacy issues in new technologies; and data governance and data strategy in the context of privacy and personal data. Primary responsibility for third party privacy contracts design, templates and playbook across company.

The candidate should preferably have significant post-qualification experience. Should be a privacy subject matter expert with significant experience advising at board level or equivalent and building cross-functional relationships. Must have expertise in the following areas: Technology law, Life sciences R&D, Pharma and life sciences marketing and promotion, Privacy (CIPP/E qualification or equivalent preferred), Intellectual Property, E-commerce, Data analytics. Knowledge and understanding of compliance programs, including data protection laws, health related regulations and clinical trials required. Complex multi-jurisdictional technology, contracting and privacy experience gained from a multinational environment needed. Excellent technical and drafting skills are essential. A track record in leading and advising on a range of privacy related issues is needed. Experience in a life-sciences business, ideally with change management experience is a must. Track record in developing and implementing a global privacy compliance strategy is required. Previous leadership and/or management experience is desirable. Application Deadline: 7 July, 2020.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-25

Corporate Counsel

Morrisville NC Corporate Counsel Duties: Report directly to the Company's Assistant General Counsel, but also will work with and for other Corporate lawyers as needed and appropriate. Interactions with the Company's senior leadership, as well as colleagues in other functions throughout the world, including corporate development, IT/data security and privacy, finance, accounting, treasury and operational functions.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and JD Degree. Licensure by a state Bar. Previous legal experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job (comparable to 5-9 total years of attorney experience). 3+ years of attorney experience in U.S. public company corporate and transactional law. Experience with SEC reporting and compliance matters for public companies (e.g., Insider Trading and Reg FD compliance, Section 16 reporting obligations, periodic and non-periodic reporting obligations, annual shareholder meeting and proxy statements) and substantial experience in significant transactional matters, including joint development and/or collaboration agreements, significant licensing matters, M&A and related corporate integration activities. Other broad corporate and public company securities law experience (e.g., transfer agent services and related processes for shareholders, including legal processes around sale of restricted/control securities) are preferred. Clinical research, and/or pharma/biotech/life science industry experience preferred. Securities related litigation experience preferred. D&O insurance related matters, including D&O claims coverage experience a plus. Corporate anti-corruption compliance related matters (e.g., FCPA compliance) a plus. Commercial agreements and Employee equity/stock option plans experience a plus. Prior high quality law firm and/or public company in-house legal training and experience. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Exceptional organizational skills and strong attention to detail with proven ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and effectively. Must be flexible and able to reprioritize workload to meet changing project needs. Skillful and proven MS Excel and MS Word skills. Excellent English and grammar skills. Superb analytical and decision based thinking. Strong drafting and negotiation skills that requires little to no oversight. Must be able to work independently and as a team player. Must be able to identify risk, evaluate fact patterns to advise on the application of the law and provide direction to other departments.
Legal 5 - 9 Full-time 2020-06-23

Corporate Counsel

Wilmington NC Corporate Counsel Duties: Advising on a wide variety of material corporate and commercial matters (both domestic and international), including SEC reporting and related public company compliance obligations, shareholder related matters, corporate transactional activities such as strategic initiatives, collaboration agreements and M&A, IT/data security related support, corporate finance and treasury-related support, company disputes/litigation, FCPA/anti-corruption compliance, and other broad corporate legal support areas as needed within Corporate Legal. Work with and for other Corporate lawyers as needed and appropriate. Interactions with the Company's senior leadership, as well as colleagues in other functions throughout the world, including corporate development, IT/data security and privacy, finance, accounting, treasury and operational functions.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and JD Degree. Licensure by a state Bar. Previous legal experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job (comparable to 5-9 total years of attorney experience). 3+ years of attorney experience in U.S. public company corporate and transactional law. Experience with SEC reporting and compliance matters for public companies (e.g., Insider Trading and Reg FD compliance, Section 16 reporting obligations, periodic and non-periodic reporting obligations, annual shareholder meeting and proxy statements) and substantial experience in significant transactional matters, including joint development and/or collaboration agreements, significant licensing matters, M&A and related corporate integration activities. Other broad corporate and public company securities law experience (e.g., transfer agent services and related processes for shareholders, including legal processes around sale of restricted/control securities) are preferred. Clinical research, and/or pharma/biotech/life science industry experience preferred. Securities related litigation experience preferred. D&O insurance related matters, including D&O claims coverage experience a plus. Corporate anti-corruption compliance related matters (e.g., FCPA compliance) a plus. Commercial agreements and Employee equity/stock option plans experience a plus. Prior high quality law firm and/or public company in-house legal training and experience. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Exceptional organizational skills and strong attention to detail with proven ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and effectively. Must be flexible and able to reprioritize workload to meet changing project needs. Skillful and proven MS Excel and MS Word skills. Excellent English and grammar skills. Superb analytical and decision based thinking. Strong drafting and negotiation skills that requires little to no oversight. Must be able to work independently and as a team player. Must be able to identify risk, evaluate fact patterns to advise on the application of the law and provide direction to other departments.
Legal 5 - 9 Full-time 2020-06-23

Senior Franchise Counsel

Charlotte NC Senior Franchise Counsel Duties: Review, preparation and amending franchise disclosure documents; Negotiation, drafting, and finalizing development agreements, franchise agreements and other related documents; Oversight of structure, drafting and closing franchise sales transactions; and Management of franchise compliance, litigation and dispute resolution.

Qualifications: JD Degree with excellent academic credentials from top-ranked law school preferred. Good standing member of a state Bar. 7+ years experience, preferably with a top tier law firm or a multi-brand franchising company. Excellent drafting and writing skills a must. Business-savvy, creative approach to problem-solving. Desire to work independently and cross-functionally in a fast-paced environment. Strong analytical skills and business acumen. Strong communication skills and ability to deal directly with multiple executives. Ability to identify and assess issues and provide legally sound recommendations consistent with good business practices. A team player with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong organizational and time management skills with the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-19

Senior Corporate Counsel

Davidson NC Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Serve as a legal business partner to business executives and their teams responsible for the Residential HVAC and Supply business. Advise on day-to-day business matters, including advising, negotiating and providing support in connection with the legal and business risks associated with sales, distribution and supply agreements, legal analysis and interpretation of applicable statutory/regulatory requirements; developing strategic and tactical plans; identifying legal, contractual, and project risks; identifying and analyzing company's claim rights and recovery; and identification, analysis and resolution of quality/customer/project issues. Will work with outside counsel from time to time and seek to continually improving processes and execution. Provide legal support to and work closely with the Residential HVAC and Supply Consumer Relations team and company litigation team to resolve claims and litigation concerning the Residential HVAC and Supply business, including channel, quality and regulatory matters. Advise, negotiate and provide legal support to the Commercial HVAC business on complex construction projects, including legal, regulatory and contractual risks, agreements and subcontracts, architectural/engineering services and consulting agreements and other construction agreements and matters with building owners, facility managers, general contractors and subcontractors. Provide other general commercial legal support and analysis, including in the areas of quality, marketing and communications. Provide other general commercial legal support and analysis of customer solicitations, proposals and contracts for the sale of equipment, contracting, controls, parts, service, and energy supply, federal supply schedules and agreements and other general commercial areas, including sales, distribution, supply, marketing, communications, and contract management for the Residential HVAC and Commercial HVAC businesses. Serve as a member of the Global Commercial Legal Center of Expertise for general commercial matters, such as marketing, global procurement and/or contract management, and develop and implement consistent standards, processes, metrics, solutions, templates and tools to improve and facilitate best-in-class business and contract processes in the Global Commercial Legal function.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited US law school Member in good standing of a State Bar Association 7+ years experience practicing as an attorney; Large law firm and in-house experience required. Strong contract review, drafting and negotiation skills. Proven experience in commercial and transactional matters, knowledge of construction law and generally accepted industry practices and energy supply preferred, but not required. Strong legal judgment Expert grasp of contracting concepts and superior legal and analytical skills excellent judgment and initiative in selecting the most effective solutions and in creating and implementing standard tools to resolve recurring business and/or commercial issues. Excellent oral and written communication and negotiation skills. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to stand firm on issues with business clients when necessary. Ability to quickly understand business objectives of an agreement, identify related issues, and facilitate a risk/benefit analysis. Business-oriented approach to problem-solving, tempered by an appreciation for legal complexity and risk management. Experience in litigation involving commercial agreements is an advantage. Detail-oriented and resourceful with excellent follow-through skills. Ability to work well under pressure and prioritize and manage workload, manage simultaneous tasks and meet deadlines within a changing, fast-paced environment. Ability to work independently. Ability to work well with colleagues and all levels of commercial and business functions at various location.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-19

Attorney - Construction And Engineering

Asheville NC Attorney - Construction And Engineering This candidate will support Engineering, Operations, Logistics, and Maintenance teams to develop, acquire, and operate utility-scale solar projects throughout the United States. Duties: Written Legal Expertise: Draft and negotiate engineering, procurement and construction agreements, corporate agreements, operations and maintenance agreements, master supply agreements, subcontracts and other agreements in connection with the solar and energy storage projects. Advice and assist with construction and contractual claims and disputes with contractors, owners, and subcontractors. Legal Support: Provide general legal support to construction, procurement, and engineering teams as needed. Work with project executives to identify risk on construction projects and implement risk mitigation plans. Draft and negotiate specific items regarding real estate, banking, and finance. Project Management: Control the flow down of key provisions in financing and EPC agreements into the appropriate procurement and construction agreements. Manage and supervise outside counsel as necessary. Process Improvement: Assist in implementing systems to improve the process for reviewing, drafting, negotiating, and administering the EPC team's core contracts including training project teams to understand contract requirements. Assist project teams to ensure appropriate subcontracting requirements are met and issues are resolved. Develop written procedures for contract review and manage the administration and notice requirements. Will work collaborate with and support internal groups providing creative legal solutions.

The candidate must be able to communicate effectively to both lawyers and non-lawyers alike ensuring we are always prepared for our next phase of operations. Preferably, you have strong interest and curiosity regarding the clean energy industry and have worked in large scale utilities or construction. If you are a self-starter who enjoys working on a broad variety of subjects with a passion for renewable energy. Must have J.D. from an accredited law school. Should be Licensed to practice in any U.S. jurisdiction, must have 4+ years of practical legal experience. Experience in the utility scale solar field strongly preferred.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-19
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Senior Corporate Counsel - Employee Benefits
In-House,Trane Technologies
Location : Davidson, NC, United States

Senior Corporate Counsel - Employee Benefits Duties: The candidate will be part of Labor and Employment team. This person would practice in the areas of Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation as follows: Prepare and review regulatory filings a... + read more

jul 03, 2020


Associate Counsel
In-House,PAREXEL International Corporation
Location : Durham, NC, United States

Associate Counsel Duties: Assume leadership role in the negotiation, drafting and review of certain commercial contracts ? world-wide scope ? and assist senior attorneys on critical negotiations as needed. Establish strong, collaborative relationshi... + read more

jul 02, 2020


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Compliance Counsel, Americas
Refer job# HMDF150347
 
Compliance Counsel, Americas The candidate will be responsible for: Supports and upholds company management in compliance matters to strengthen compliance awareness and interacts with managers and employees at the company's above referenced locations; plays a key role in identifying potential compliance obstacles and provides compliance input and advice. Manages third party due diligence program in designated business areas. Works closely with legal team, senior management and human resources to evaluate and respond to suspected compliance violations, conduct and/or oversee internal investigations, and assist in development of appropriate countermeasures and oversee implementation of such countermeasures in a timely manner. Ensures company employees understand and comply with relevant compliance policies through training and communication. Continuously improves compliance tools and databases. Identifies potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risks within the business units; develops and implements corresponding preventive/corrective action plans; tracks progress on remediation and provides appropriate reporting. Prepares for the possibility of audits and investigations by developing strategies, maintaining records and designing procedures. Must have JD from a top-tier law school. Should have 5-7 years of experience in corporate compliance, with a minimum of 3 years in-house. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills including the ability to effectively write and edit reports and business correspondence. Should have good project management skills. Must have solid understanding of key anti-bribery laws and sanctions/export control laws applicable to the company, including the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ( FCPA ) and Office of Foreign Assets Control ( OFAC ) trade sanctions. Should have proficiency in leading in-person and online training and other presentations.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Clinical Development
Refer job# RFIT150348
 
Corporate Counsel - Clinical Development The candidate will advise function leadership and managers regarding contract negotiations, dispute resolution, policy and compliance matters within the business segment, and contributes to the development and implementation of contracting policies and risk management strategies. Will advise contract managers and function leadership regarding customer contracts, vendor contracts, confidentiality agreements, and other contracts as assigned under the supervision of Legal department leadership. Must be actively develop, support and contribute to the continuous improvement of Legal processes and procedures including contractual templates, risk mitigation strategies, and function-specific legal research. Also support corporate initiatives including corporate administration, transactions, dispute resolution, and other legal department initiatives as required. Should have excellent contract drafting and negotiation skills are essential requirement. Must have capacity to review large commercial contracts and provide practical, business-focused advice is required. Should have comprehensive knowledge of general corporate business practices and a sound understanding of contracting models and commercial practices is required. Experience in the clinical research industry or a healthcare services field is helpful. Language capabilities in addition to English are valued. A Juris Doctor (JD) degree from an ABA-accredited law school is required. Should have at least 2 years of contract negotiation, drafting or related legal experience, including intern and law clerk activities.
 
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Privacy Attorney - Counsel IV
Refer job# DRBI150309
 
Privacy Attorney - Counsel IV The candidate will work closely with Company's Global Privacy Office on a variety of state, federal and global privacy issues. The Global Privacy Office resides within Enterprise Compliance, which is part of the company's Regulatory and Compliance Risk Management organization. This position also will provide privacy legal support to other attorneys in the Legal Department who represent and counsel key internal business units across Company & Company, such as: Community Banking; Consumer Lending; Payments, Virtual Solutions, and Innovation; Wealth and Investment Management; and Wholesale Banking. The attorney will have seasoned experience, a proven record of success and accomplishments, and the ability to provide immediate, decisive, and effective counsel.

The candidate should have in-depth knowledge of, and experience analyzing and applying, state, federal, and global laws and corporate policies related to privacy, especially financial privacy, including state laws and regulations related to telemarketing and email marketing. Should have in-depth knowledge and experience analyzing and applying laws, regulations and corporate policies related to: the FCRA and its application to financial institutions, including requirements added to the FCRA by the FACT Act; privacy laws, including GLBA and state privacy laws (e.g., CCPA); and FCC and FTC consumer privacy rules, including TCPA and UDAAP. Assess risk in telemarketing, email marketing, affiliate sharing, secondary use of consumer reports, credit scores, fraud scores, and other model-based scores, and adverse action. Have strong contract drafting skills, including significant experience: structuring, negotiating and drafting contracts involving U.S. and global (e.g., GDPR) privacy matters; creating and maintaining contract templates and playbooks to mitigate legal and business risk, and to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of legal contract support; and building strong relationships with clients to ensure the contracting process generates positive client experiences and goodwill. Be proficient in supporting business groups in marketing campaigns, prescreened offers, affiliate sharing arrangements, cross-selling, joint marketing relationships, and advertising that use or collect personal consumer information. Be proficient with online and mobile privacy laws, including consumer notice and disclosure requirements. Have experience analyzing laws, contract terms and conditions, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy, consumer credit reporting, telemarketing, and email marketing. Be proficient at drafting and analyzing customer terms and conditions, contracts with third parties, and corporate policies and standards, related to financial privacy and the FCRA. Have experience researching, analyzing, and advising on global privacy laws. Be familiar with laws related to e-commerce, mobile commerce, and information security. Analyze legislation and proposed regulations, and guide businesses in operational and practical impact and implications; be a prolific communicator and advocate in legislative developments and regulatory rulemaking; represent Company where appropriate and beneficial in industry trade groups. Have solid experience educating, advising, and counseling senior levels of management. Accustomed to working with global operations and risk management teams in a multinational corporate environment across diverse time zones. Be proficient with advising risk managers and compliance managers in the above areas and supporting them in the development of practical processes that control risk and ensure compliance. Be innovative and effective in providing stimulating, effective, and motivational education and training to managers and non-managers at all levels of the organization. Be effective and efficient in gathering information in a fast-paced business environment, understanding business needs and goals, and working with intensity toward effective, practical, and timely legal solutions. Should have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney; or 6+ years of experience as a practicing attorney and 2+ years of legal-related experience in one or a combination of the following areas: risk, compliance, contracts, government, regulatory, financial services, or technology. Should have Active State Bar membership. Should preferably have Ability to analyze legal and regulatory issues in area of practice and provide effective advice to clients on complex legal matters. Extensive experience conducting research and providing counsel and guidance regarding complex legal issues is preferred. Should preferably have 10 years of relevant legal experience (as described above) working in a financial services corporate law department or law firm. Should preferably have understanding of reputation risk. Knowledge of legal, technical and operational issues affecting an enterprise records management program is preferred. Knowledge and experience with consumer and commercial banking laws is preferred. IAPP/US certification is preferred. Close Date: 07/15/2020
 
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Managing Counsel, Compliance And Ethics
Refer job# QYQQ150285
 
Managing Counsel, Compliance And Ethics The candidate to join Global Compliance team in the role of Managing Counsel to assist with compliance and ethics investigations and to provide expert advice and guidance on healthcare compliance and ethics issues. Responsibilities: 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. Qualification Requirements: 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. 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 ). Experience conducting investigations in the pharmaceutical industry, including experience in investigations related to the sales and marketing of pharmaceuticals and medical devices. 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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Assistant General Counsel, Global Digital and Privacy Law
Refer job# MJRO150274
 
Assistant General Counsel, Global Digital and Privacy Law The candidate will provide strategic leadership and advice to company's biopharma business on all aspects of data privacy issues globally. Will develop trusted advisor relationships across company's businesses, tech and compliance teams on global privacy issues. Lead the strategy for external notices and consents, working with the privacy centre of excellence on roll out/operational implementation. Review, interpret, and lead implementation of new laws globally, providing official guidance and case law to ensure ongoing compliance by company's business operations. Foster a data protection culture within the company and help implement essential elements of privacy law. Develop and maintain privacy-related guidance and templates for all company commercial contracting activities. Provide subject matter expertise and leadership in the following business areas: marketing, ad-tech and digital campaigns; privacy and data diligence issues associated with mergers and acquisitions / business development; complex technology transactions and data transfers; website and e-commerce privacy by design / cookie banners / consent tracking; consent, notice, consent tracking, privacy tech, privacy by design; R&D data in clinical trials and non-clinical trials context, secondary use of R&D data, advanced privacy issues in new technologies; and data governance and data strategy in the context of privacy and personal data. Primary responsibility for third party privacy contracts design, templates and playbook across company.

The candidate should preferably have significant post-qualification experience. Should be a privacy subject matter expert with significant experience advising at board level or equivalent and building cross-functional relationships. Must have expertise in the following areas: Technology law, Life sciences R&D, Pharma and life sciences marketing and promotion, Privacy (CIPP/E qualification or equivalent preferred), Intellectual Property, E-commerce, Data analytics. Knowledge and understanding of compliance programs, including data protection laws, health related regulations and clinical trials required. Complex multi-jurisdictional technology, contracting and privacy experience gained from a multinational environment needed. Excellent technical and drafting skills are essential. A track record in leading and advising on a range of privacy related issues is needed. Experience in a life-sciences business, ideally with change management experience is a must. Track record in developing and implementing a global privacy compliance strategy is required. Previous leadership and/or management experience is desirable. Application Deadline: 7 July, 2020.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LWJO150254
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Report directly to the Company's Assistant General Counsel, but also will work with and for other Corporate lawyers as needed and appropriate. Interactions with the Company's senior leadership, as well as colleagues in other functions throughout the world, including corporate development, IT/data security and privacy, finance, accounting, treasury and operational functions.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and JD Degree. Licensure by a state Bar. Previous legal experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job (comparable to 5-9 total years of attorney experience). 3+ years of attorney experience in U.S. public company corporate and transactional law. Experience with SEC reporting and compliance matters for public companies (e.g., Insider Trading and Reg FD compliance, Section 16 reporting obligations, periodic and non-periodic reporting obligations, annual shareholder meeting and proxy statements) and substantial experience in significant transactional matters, including joint development and/or collaboration agreements, significant licensing matters, M&A and related corporate integration activities. Other broad corporate and public company securities law experience (e.g., transfer agent services and related processes for shareholders, including legal processes around sale of restricted/control securities) are preferred. Clinical research, and/or pharma/biotech/life science industry experience preferred. Securities related litigation experience preferred. D&O insurance related matters, including D&O claims coverage experience a plus. Corporate anti-corruption compliance related matters (e.g., FCPA compliance) a plus. Commercial agreements and Employee equity/stock option plans experience a plus. Prior high quality law firm and/or public company in-house legal training and experience. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Exceptional organizational skills and strong attention to detail with proven ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and effectively. Must be flexible and able to reprioritize workload to meet changing project needs. Skillful and proven MS Excel and MS Word skills. Excellent English and grammar skills. Superb analytical and decision based thinking. Strong drafting and negotiation skills that requires little to no oversight. Must be able to work independently and as a team player. Must be able to identify risk, evaluate fact patterns to advise on the application of the law and provide direction to other departments.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OEHM150255
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Advising on a wide variety of material corporate and commercial matters (both domestic and international), including SEC reporting and related public company compliance obligations, shareholder related matters, corporate transactional activities such as strategic initiatives, collaboration agreements and M&A, IT/data security related support, corporate finance and treasury-related support, company disputes/litigation, FCPA/anti-corruption compliance, and other broad corporate legal support areas as needed within Corporate Legal. Work with and for other Corporate lawyers as needed and appropriate. Interactions with the Company's senior leadership, as well as colleagues in other functions throughout the world, including corporate development, IT/data security and privacy, finance, accounting, treasury and operational functions.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and JD Degree. Licensure by a state Bar. Previous legal experience that provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job (comparable to 5-9 total years of attorney experience). 3+ years of attorney experience in U.S. public company corporate and transactional law. Experience with SEC reporting and compliance matters for public companies (e.g., Insider Trading and Reg FD compliance, Section 16 reporting obligations, periodic and non-periodic reporting obligations, annual shareholder meeting and proxy statements) and substantial experience in significant transactional matters, including joint development and/or collaboration agreements, significant licensing matters, M&A and related corporate integration activities. Other broad corporate and public company securities law experience (e.g., transfer agent services and related processes for shareholders, including legal processes around sale of restricted/control securities) are preferred. Clinical research, and/or pharma/biotech/life science industry experience preferred. Securities related litigation experience preferred. D&O insurance related matters, including D&O claims coverage experience a plus. Corporate anti-corruption compliance related matters (e.g., FCPA compliance) a plus. Commercial agreements and Employee equity/stock option plans experience a plus. Prior high quality law firm and/or public company in-house legal training and experience. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Exceptional organizational skills and strong attention to detail with proven ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and effectively. Must be flexible and able to reprioritize workload to meet changing project needs. Skillful and proven MS Excel and MS Word skills. Excellent English and grammar skills. Superb analytical and decision based thinking. Strong drafting and negotiation skills that requires little to no oversight. Must be able to work independently and as a team player. Must be able to identify risk, evaluate fact patterns to advise on the application of the law and provide direction to other departments.
 
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Senior Franchise Counsel
Refer job# FJKP150213
 
Senior Franchise Counsel Duties: Review, preparation and amending franchise disclosure documents; Negotiation, drafting, and finalizing development agreements, franchise agreements and other related documents; Oversight of structure, drafting and closing franchise sales transactions; and Management of franchise compliance, litigation and dispute resolution.

Qualifications: JD Degree with excellent academic credentials from top-ranked law school preferred. Good standing member of a state Bar. 7+ years experience, preferably with a top tier law firm or a multi-brand franchising company. Excellent drafting and writing skills a must. Business-savvy, creative approach to problem-solving. Desire to work independently and cross-functionally in a fast-paced environment. Strong analytical skills and business acumen. Strong communication skills and ability to deal directly with multiple executives. Ability to identify and assess issues and provide legally sound recommendations consistent with good business practices. A team player with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong organizational and time management skills with the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ICWD150216
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Serve as a legal business partner to business executives and their teams responsible for the Residential HVAC and Supply business. Advise on day-to-day business matters, including advising, negotiating and providing support in connection with the legal and business risks associated with sales, distribution and supply agreements, legal analysis and interpretation of applicable statutory/regulatory requirements; developing strategic and tactical plans; identifying legal, contractual, and project risks; identifying and analyzing company's claim rights and recovery; and identification, analysis and resolution of quality/customer/project issues. Will work with outside counsel from time to time and seek to continually improving processes and execution. Provide legal support to and work closely with the Residential HVAC and Supply Consumer Relations team and company litigation team to resolve claims and litigation concerning the Residential HVAC and Supply business, including channel, quality and regulatory matters. Advise, negotiate and provide legal support to the Commercial HVAC business on complex construction projects, including legal, regulatory and contractual risks, agreements and subcontracts, architectural/engineering services and consulting agreements and other construction agreements and matters with building owners, facility managers, general contractors and subcontractors. Provide other general commercial legal support and analysis, including in the areas of quality, marketing and communications. Provide other general commercial legal support and analysis of customer solicitations, proposals and contracts for the sale of equipment, contracting, controls, parts, service, and energy supply, federal supply schedules and agreements and other general commercial areas, including sales, distribution, supply, marketing, communications, and contract management for the Residential HVAC and Commercial HVAC businesses. Serve as a member of the Global Commercial Legal Center of Expertise for general commercial matters, such as marketing, global procurement and/or contract management, and develop and implement consistent standards, processes, metrics, solutions, templates and tools to improve and facilitate best-in-class business and contract processes in the Global Commercial Legal function.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited US law school Member in good standing of a State Bar Association 7+ years experience practicing as an attorney; Large law firm and in-house experience required. Strong contract review, drafting and negotiation skills. Proven experience in commercial and transactional matters, knowledge of construction law and generally accepted industry practices and energy supply preferred, but not required. Strong legal judgment Expert grasp of contracting concepts and superior legal and analytical skills excellent judgment and initiative in selecting the most effective solutions and in creating and implementing standard tools to resolve recurring business and/or commercial issues. Excellent oral and written communication and negotiation skills. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to stand firm on issues with business clients when necessary. Ability to quickly understand business objectives of an agreement, identify related issues, and facilitate a risk/benefit analysis. Business-oriented approach to problem-solving, tempered by an appreciation for legal complexity and risk management. Experience in litigation involving commercial agreements is an advantage. Detail-oriented and resourceful with excellent follow-through skills. Ability to work well under pressure and prioritize and manage workload, manage simultaneous tasks and meet deadlines within a changing, fast-paced environment. Ability to work independently. Ability to work well with colleagues and all levels of commercial and business functions at various location.
 
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Attorney - Construction And Engineering
Refer job# ZSLI150217
 
Attorney - Construction And Engineering This candidate will support Engineering, Operations, Logistics, and Maintenance teams to develop, acquire, and operate utility-scale solar projects throughout the United States. Duties: Written Legal Expertise: Draft and negotiate engineering, procurement and construction agreements, corporate agreements, operations and maintenance agreements, master supply agreements, subcontracts and other agreements in connection with the solar and energy storage projects. Advice and assist with construction and contractual claims and disputes with contractors, owners, and subcontractors. Legal Support: Provide general legal support to construction, procurement, and engineering teams as needed. Work with project executives to identify risk on construction projects and implement risk mitigation plans. Draft and negotiate specific items regarding real estate, banking, and finance. Project Management: Control the flow down of key provisions in financing and EPC agreements into the appropriate procurement and construction agreements. Manage and supervise outside counsel as necessary. Process Improvement: Assist in implementing systems to improve the process for reviewing, drafting, negotiating, and administering the EPC team's core contracts including training project teams to understand contract requirements. Assist project teams to ensure appropriate subcontracting requirements are met and issues are resolved. Develop written procedures for contract review and manage the administration and notice requirements. Will work collaborate with and support internal groups providing creative legal solutions.

The candidate must be able to communicate effectively to both lawyers and non-lawyers alike ensuring we are always prepared for our next phase of operations. Preferably, you have strong interest and curiosity regarding the clean energy industry and have worked in large scale utilities or construction. If you are a self-starter who enjoys working on a broad variety of subjects with a passion for renewable energy. Must have J.D. from an accredited law school. Should be Licensed to practice in any U.S. jurisdiction, must have 4+ years of practical legal experience. Experience in the utility scale solar field strongly preferred.
 
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