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Avp - Associate Counsel - Intellectual Property Law

Columbus OH AVP - Associate Counsel - Intellectual Property Law Duties: Process invention disclosures, including determining an appropriate intellectual property protection strategy and working with outside counsel to draft and prosecute patent applications that thoroughly and accurately protect inventions. Assist with trademark clearance, registration, and prosecution. Perform legal research. Prepare legal guidance documents and training materials for internal clients. Structure, draft, and negotiate various technology, intellectual property, and other agreements, such as software licenses, maintenance agreements, equipment purchase/maintenance agreements, outsourcing agreements, and professional services agreements. Provide technology and intellectual property law advice and counsel to internal clients and partners. Review, interpret, and analyze agreements, advising clients and partners on rights and responsibilities related to those agreements, including in light of JPMorgan Chase policies and regulatory guidance.

Qualifications: J.D. or educational equivalent. All relevant licensing requirements. 1-4 years of relevant intellectual property experience in a law firm or corporate law department. In-house experience in the financial services industry or technology industry is preferred. Some experience in negotiating contracts preferred, including intellectual property licensing, software license, outsourcing, equipment purchase, application service provider, data processing, consulting, professional and other services.
Legal 1 - 4 Full-time 2021-09-23

Senior Securities and Commercial Counsel

Cincinnati OH Senior Securities and Commercial Counsel The candidate will report to the company's General Counsel. Will collaborate with other company departments in preparing and reviewing SEC filings, including proxy statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, as well as Section 16 filings. Support members of senior management and various departments, including by drafting, reviewing, negotiating and interpreting a wide variety of commercial agreements, such as SAAS; licensing; information technology; marketing; services and confidentiality agreements. Prepare materials for consideration by the Board and its committees. Advise on Board matters, develop corporate governance policies, and implement legal controls to help ensure sound corporate governance practices. Support corporate transactional matters and other strategic corporate initiatives such as treasury reserve management, financing transactions, securities offerings, stock repurchases, acquisitions or divestitures, and corporate reorganizations. Advise on investor relations and external communications matters, including reviewing press releases, earnings announcements and scripts, investor presentations and communications, and other key marketing materials. Assist in the development of policies, procedures and training as needed. Suggest and implement improvements in processes, forms and operations, including disclosure controls and procedures. Provide advice, strategic support and education to executives and employees about corporate governance, securities, M&A and other corporate matters. Keep up to date with proposed and new corporate regulations to evaluate the potential impact on the company and arrange for new policies and procedures to ensure compliance. Should have excellent academic credentials with a J.D. degree and be admitted to practice law in at least one state. Must have 3-6 years of experience as a corporate attorney, with significant experience in corporate governance matters and publicly traded companies generally, including Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act including 3+ years at a top law firm. Previous in-house experience is a plus. Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2021-09-22

Government Contracts Attorney

Cincinnati OH Government Contracts Attorney The candidate will advise and provide solutions to internal business clients servicing Federal industry-based clients on issues relating to the pursuit and performance of federal government contracts, including with respect to federal procurement law and regulation, cost accounting standards, federal facility and personnel clearance matters, cybersecurity, and other compliance requirements for federal government contractors. Will structure, review and negotiate complex government and commercial agreements including government subcontracts and vendor agreements, teaming agreements, and other federal practice-related business agreements as necessary. Provide sophisticated strategic advice to the internal business clients and leadership on nuanced and complex issues, including with respect to implementing policies and procedures to minimize enterprise risk, particularly those associated with the government contracting practice. Proactively identify and resolve government contracting regulatory and compliance issues, including responding to government audits and investigations. Collaborate with various subject matter experts and other legal specialists within the firm to support matters impacting the business, including with respect to intellectual property, cybersecurity, talent, and ethics. Efficiently manage government contract disputes and litigation, including the proactive supervision of outside counsel, with the goal of expeditious and economical resolution of bid protests, equitable adjustments and claims, lawsuits and regulatory matters, and conducting internal investigations. Support the GPS federal practice's contract practice's operating and compliance programs, including by preparing and conducting training on government contracting and compliance topics.

The candidate should be an active member of a US State or Commonwealth Bar. Must have 3-5 years of experience as a practicing attorney, preferably in a leading law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should also have 3+ years of federal government contract law experience. Should have experience handling federal government contracts and grants matters, including negotiating/drafting subcontracts and prime contracts, FAR/DFARS compliance, audits/investigations, government contracts supply chain, cyber and/or IP issues, and disputes/claims. Experience with delivery and implementation of technology (including software, SaaS, AI/ML, and other solutions) for federal government customers is a plus. Experience with an independent public accounting or professional services firm setting is helpful. Working knowledge of federal contract types and contacting principles, laws, Executive Orders, regulations and procedures applicable to pre-award and post-award actions (including the FAR, DFARS, and GSA regulations) is required. Working knowledge of federal cybersecurity requirements, including NIST and FedRAMP, and federal supply chain compliance requirements is needed. Familiarity with the management of GSA offerings, compliance processes, price management and the financial reporting process is a plus.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2021-09-20

Government Contracts Attorney

Cleveland OH Government Contracts Attorney The candidate will advise and provide solutions to internal business clients servicing Federal industry-based clients on issues relating to the pursuit and performance of federal government contracts, including with respect to federal procurement law and regulation, cost accounting standards, federal facility and personnel clearance matters, cybersecurity, and other compliance requirements for federal government contractors. Will structure, review and negotiate complex government and commercial agreements including government subcontracts and vendor agreements, teaming agreements, and other federal practice-related business agreements as necessary. Provide sophisticated strategic advice to the internal business clients and leadership on nuanced and complex issues, including with respect to implementing policies and procedures to minimize enterprise risk, particularly those associated with the government contracting practice. Proactively identify and resolve government contracting regulatory and compliance issues, including responding to government audits and investigations. Collaborate with various subject matter experts and other legal specialists within the firm to support matters impacting the business, including with respect to intellectual property, cybersecurity, talent, and ethics. Efficiently manage government contract disputes and litigation, including the proactive supervision of outside counsel, with the goal of expeditious and economical resolution of bid protests, equitable adjustments and claims, lawsuits and regulatory matters, and conducting internal investigations. Support the GPS federal practice's contract practice's operating and compliance programs, including by preparing and conducting training on government contracting and compliance topics.

The candidate should be an active member of a US State or Commonwealth Bar. Must have 3-5 years of experience as a practicing attorney, preferably in a leading law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should also have 3+ years of federal government contract law experience. Should have experience handling federal government contracts and grants matters, including negotiating/drafting subcontracts and prime contracts, FAR/DFARS compliance, audits/investigations, government contracts supply chain, cyber and/or IP issues, and disputes/claims. Experience with delivery and implementation of technology (including software, SaaS, AI/ML, and other solutions) for federal government customers is a plus. Experience with an independent public accounting or professional services firm setting is helpful. Working knowledge of federal contract types and contacting principles, laws, Executive Orders, regulations and procedures applicable to pre-award and post-award actions (including the FAR, DFARS, and GSA regulations) is required. Working knowledge of federal cybersecurity requirements, including NIST and FedRAMP, and federal supply chain compliance requirements is needed. Familiarity with the management of GSA offerings, compliance processes, price management and the financial reporting process is a plus.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2021-09-20

Director, Corporate Counsel

Delaware OH Director, Corporate Counsel Duties: Providing practical legal advice and counsel that furthers business strategies and objectives. Drafting and negotiating commercial, technology, and real estate contracts, including related term sheets and letters of intent. Managing litigation and regulatory claims, including resolving pre-litigation disputes, developing litigation strategies and management of outside counsel and. Manage and develop legal department operations and processes as directed by General Counsel. Resolving regulatory inquiries, conducting internal investigations and managing outside counsel with investigations. Advising the business on compliance issues and working collaboratively with business teams to establish operational processes compliant with relevant law. Alerting the business to legal and legislative developments. Developing and updating company policies. Directing and conducting legal due-diligence efforts. Lead various projects impacting business, operations and revenue, and liaise with senior management, business divisions, consultants, outside counsel, and other parties as appropriate. Other tasks or projects as directed by General Counsel.

Qualifications: JD Degree required from an accredited law school, admitted to practice law and good standing in Ohio or another state with ability to become licensed or registered as in-house counsel in Ohio within 12 months of employment and as soon as possible upon hire. Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. 5-7 years experience in relevant areas of the law in either a private practice or in-house setting, with a desire to grow and learn new areas that will assist the organization. Candidates with a combination of both experience in private law firm and in-house legal department for a publicly traded company are preferred. Highly organized with exceptional attention to detail. Ability to supervise a small staff of employees. High level of competence in legal research tools and proficiency with business software including MS Word (redlining) and other software-as-a-service platforms utilized by business and legal teams. Demonstrated exceptional academic and professional achievement. Strong working knowledge of in broad areas of the law including general business, commercial, and consumer protection laws. Flexible attorney with focused experience in commercial litigation, legal and business transactions, and excellent soft skills, including a demonstrated a willingness to learn, enthusiasm for being a part of the Company's in-house legal department, and a hard-working and ethical legal partner with a customer service mindset. Effective communication, interpersonal, and negotiating skills, including emotional intelligence to work optimally with business partners at all levels of the company, as well as externally. Experience in commercial contracts and corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions. Ability to work independently as a legal project leader. Experience working effectively with senior-level management. Ability quickly and accurately to issue spot and recognize areas of risk and opportunity. Excellent communication skills, both speaking and writing. Strong customer-service orientation. Creative thinker with strong problem-solving skills. Works well collaboratively on both legal and business teams. Quickly able to assess business and legal risks. Asks why  at the right times and knows how to develop the answer. Litigation management and dispute resolution experience, including resolution of OSHA complaints, EEOC charges and other litigation-related disputes.. Experience reading, researching, analyzing, and interpreting general business requirements, technical procedures, and governmental regulations. Experience drafting contracts, reports, business and legal correspondence, and business policies. Experience effectively presenting information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2021-09-18

Associate Counsel - Securities/Mutual Funds

Cincinnati OH Associate Counsel - Securities/Mutual Funds Responsibilities: Provides legal services on securities and regulatory matters relating to the registration and operation of mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and variable insurance products, and provides advice regarding compliance with the Investment Company Act of 1940 ( 40 Act ). Advises Touchstone Securities Inc. and Touchstone Advisors, Inc. on legal matters relating to the Touchstone mutual funds and exchange-traded funds with moderate direct supervision. Communicates and negotiates with other attorneys and regulatory authorities to resolve disputes. Drafts legal documents and required filings with the SEC required in connection with the registration of various types of funds and variable insurance products. Undertakes complex research assignments. Assists with SEC filing requirements with respect to registration statements, annual and semi-annual reports, prospectus updates, proxy statement and registration of fund shares with moderate direct supervision. Is responsible for routine SEC filings with less direct supervision. Assists the Fund Board Secretary with board governance matters, including development of board materials and review of meeting minutes. Assists other attorneys as needed with projects they are overseeing. Effectively and efficiently manages outside counsel substantively on issues, as well as on budget. Performs other duties as assigned by management.

Requirements: JD degree in law from accredited law school and above average class standing. Computer skills and knowledge of hardware & software required. Proficient in the use of Word, PowerPoint and Outlook. License to practice law in Ohio. 2+ years experience in the role of Associate Counsel or equivalent title, and experience handling corporate law matters. Experience with 40 Act matters is preferred. Demonstrated experience in a corporate legal department and/or law firm, working with partners and also indpendently with clients on complex matters. Proven leadership abilities and excellent communication/interpersonal skills. Proven strong analytical skills, including demonstrated experience identifying, defining and resolving complex problems, and collecting, quantifying or interpreting data to establish facts, draw valid conclusions and provide creative resolutions. Must be able to cite examples of sound judgment, initiative and good decision-making skills when dealing with multiple alternatives. Demonstrated ability to conceptualize and use new methodologies. Proven experience in working with complex data and analyzing the quality of the output provided. Demonstrated strong contract drafting, and verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to convey information, verbally and in writing, to internal and external customers in a clear, accurate, focused and concise manner. Proven ability to effectively interact and communicate with all levels of staff and management. Demonstrated ability to document procedures and activities in a manner that is understandable to others and prepared using a prescribed format. Verbal and written communications are to conform to proper rules of punctuation, grammar, diction and style. Proven ability to work under pressure, prioritize and manage multiple tasks; meeting deadlines is imperative. Must cite examples of developing, organizing, initiating and maintaining a project and successfully accomplishing set goals. Demonstrated ability to build collaborative relationships with executive leadership and to influence others beyond direct control, both iIside and outside the Company. Demonstrated ability to collaborate with other attorneys and colleagues in the organization on legal and regulatory matters, cases and/or issues; proven appreciable knowledge and perspective of financial services businesses.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16

Corporate Counsel

Dayton OH Corporate Counsel Duties: Prepare, review, and negotiate a variety of legal contracts and commercial agreements. Provide legal advice on a variety of practice areas, including, but not limited to, corporate, commercial, data security, intellectual property, licensing, litigation, procurement, and mergers & acquisitions. Proactively manage risk through training and coaching of business partners, as well as through implementation of efficient contract governance processes. Succinctly and effectively communicate legal issues to business clients. Effectively integrate legal and business knowledge to develop practical business solutions. Keep up-to-date with developments and changes in laws and regulations affecting our business. Support the development of the legal department's goals and strategies.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate, and licensed to practice law in a state in the United States. 3-5 years of experience in either an in-house legal department or a major law firm environment. Proven experience in representing software as a service (SaaS) or technology companies. Experience in a wide range of general corporate/commercial legal areas. Excellent judgment and analytical skills, with the ability to assess risk and provide practical advice. Ability and interest to learn and adapt to change and new technologies and to work independently in a fast-paced business environment. Strong ability to communicate and maintain effective relationships across the business.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2021-09-09

Privacy & Data Counsel

Cincinnati OH Privacy and Data Counsel Duties: Support the compliance priorities and advance the strategic goals established by the CPO. Provide legal counsel to the company and its subsidiary businesses on privacy and data protection and related areas including Privacy by Design discussions during the development of products and services. Track legal developments in the area of privacy and data protection and assist in determining the applicability to's business. Support commercial contracting by reviewing and negotiating commercial terms, and otherwise support the legal team as needed.

Qualifications: Admitted to the Bar with 1-3 years of experience as an attorney. Familiar with online marketing and advertising technology. Deep working knowledge of CCPA and the GDPR. Familiar with CAN-SPAM, CASL, TCPA, COPPA, and security breach notification laws. Excellent communication skills - Able to communicate effectively orally, in writing, and via Powerpoint with legal, technical, and business audiences. Organized and drives projects to completion with minimal supervision. Can synthesize vague or poorly defined legal rules into coherent legal positions and give practical, implementable advice. Able to engage confidently with business executives, clients, and opposing counsel. Self-directed, but collaborative; team-focused attitude. Preferred Qualifications: CIPP certification. Deep knowledge of U.S. financial services privacy rules GLBA, FCRA, CFPB, etc. Previous experience working as in-house counsel, particularly at a tech startup. Understands the EU legal system, GDPR, and the e-Privacy Directive. Work history or internship with privacy groups like FPF, CDT, EFF, NAI, DAA, etc.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2021-09-06

Attorney - Retail Brokerage And Insurance

Cincinnati OH Attorney - Retail Brokerage and Insurance Duties: Support the Bank and the Corporation's Wealth Management businesses, primarily supporting the retail brokerage, investment advisory, and insurance business at the Corporation. Work with all areas of the Corporation business line to provide legal advice and interpretation in a variety of areas including customer issues (authority questions, trusts and estates issues, powers of attorney), federal and state securities and insurance regulation, licensing, and operations. Negotiate partner product contracts and support governance activities related to the Corporation and its affiliates. Provide legal support related to fiduciary administration and investment management services provided by the Bank, a national bank with trust powers, primarily in the area of trust administration.

Qualifications: Law Degree. Licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate State Bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority. 3+ years of the law firm or in-house experience. Securities regulatory experience is desired. Familiarity with state insurance regulations is a plus. Experience with contract drafting, review, and negotiation is an asset. Familiarity with trusts and estates is helpful. Strong analytical skills. Ability to work independently. Comfort with and interest in working on a variety of legal matters. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills. Strong commitment to client service.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-03

Senior Counsel, Privacy

Dublin OH Senior Counsel, Privacy Duties: Report to the Vice President of Privacy and assist with the implementation and maintenance of the Privacy program. Serve as a functional expert working closely with & advising business leaders, commercial counsel, and other colleagues on all legal aspects of privacy, including data protection, data retention, data usage, data security and data breaches. Provide guidance, direction, and practical translation of legal privacy requirements to cross-functional teams on complex projects. Assist with the management of regulatory inquiries, investigations or administrative actions related to privacy and data security. Assist colleagues with the review and negotiation of data privacy agreements, data processing agreements, business associate agreements and other similar agreements. Support acquisitions, divestitures, and joint ventures as they relate to privacy matters. Review policies and procedures drafted by Compliance personnel to ensure compliance with applicable data privacy laws and regulations. Advise on the design and provision of's privacy training program. Assist with the training of relevant legal aspects of privacy matters. Remain up to date on legislative developments in the field of privacy at the state, federal and international level that may affect and its global subsidiaries, and work with commercial counsel and government relations to identify potential strategic changes that might be adopted.

Qualifications: JD Degree. License to practice law in Ohio or active bar license in another state. 4+ years of legal experience, working primarily on a wide variety of privacy and data security matters. Training within privacy team at a large law firm strongly preferred. Extensive knowledge of U.S. privacy and data security laws, regulations, and standards, including HIPAA, CCPA, U.S. state and federal privacy, data security, breach notification, consumer protection and employment-related privacy laws and regulations. Knowledge of EU privacy and data security laws, including GDPR preferred. Experience handling privacy matters in the health care industry is strongly preferred. Demonstrated transactional experience, including reviewing, drafting, and negotiating privacy and data protection contract terms and agreements, such as Business Associate Agreements and data processing, usage, and/or transfer agreements. Experience with implementing incident response plans, responding to data security incidents and advising on applicable legal requirements. Experience handling information technology matters, including drafting technology contracts, is a plus. Ability to juggle multiple tasks and prioritize under tight time constraints. Self-motivated and independent, but able to discern when matters should be escalated and when further guidance is needed. Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, including ability to translate legal requirements into practical guidance for non-lawyers.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-03
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Avp - Associate Counsel - Intellectual Property Law
Refer job# TTXZ162146
 
AVP - Associate Counsel - Intellectual Property Law Duties: Process invention disclosures, including determining an appropriate intellectual property protection strategy and working with outside counsel to draft and prosecute patent applications that thoroughly and accurately protect inventions. Assist with trademark clearance, registration, and prosecution. Perform legal research. Prepare legal guidance documents and training materials for internal clients. Structure, draft, and negotiate various technology, intellectual property, and other agreements, such as software licenses, maintenance agreements, equipment purchase/maintenance agreements, outsourcing agreements, and professional services agreements. Provide technology and intellectual property law advice and counsel to internal clients and partners. Review, interpret, and analyze agreements, advising clients and partners on rights and responsibilities related to those agreements, including in light of JPMorgan Chase policies and regulatory guidance.

Qualifications: J.D. or educational equivalent. All relevant licensing requirements. 1-4 years of relevant intellectual property experience in a law firm or corporate law department. In-house experience in the financial services industry or technology industry is preferred. Some experience in negotiating contracts preferred, including intellectual property licensing, software license, outsourcing, equipment purchase, application service provider, data processing, consulting, professional and other services.
 
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Senior Securities and Commercial Counsel
Refer job# FEOA162120
 
Senior Securities and Commercial Counsel The candidate will report to the company's General Counsel. Will collaborate with other company departments in preparing and reviewing SEC filings, including proxy statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, as well as Section 16 filings. Support members of senior management and various departments, including by drafting, reviewing, negotiating and interpreting a wide variety of commercial agreements, such as SAAS; licensing; information technology; marketing; services and confidentiality agreements. Prepare materials for consideration by the Board and its committees. Advise on Board matters, develop corporate governance policies, and implement legal controls to help ensure sound corporate governance practices. Support corporate transactional matters and other strategic corporate initiatives such as treasury reserve management, financing transactions, securities offerings, stock repurchases, acquisitions or divestitures, and corporate reorganizations. Advise on investor relations and external communications matters, including reviewing press releases, earnings announcements and scripts, investor presentations and communications, and other key marketing materials. Assist in the development of policies, procedures and training as needed. Suggest and implement improvements in processes, forms and operations, including disclosure controls and procedures. Provide advice, strategic support and education to executives and employees about corporate governance, securities, M&A and other corporate matters. Keep up to date with proposed and new corporate regulations to evaluate the potential impact on the company and arrange for new policies and procedures to ensure compliance. Should have excellent academic credentials with a J.D. degree and be admitted to practice law in at least one state. Must have 3-6 years of experience as a corporate attorney, with significant experience in corporate governance matters and publicly traded companies generally, including Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act including 3+ years at a top law firm. Previous in-house experience is a plus.
 
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Government Contracts Attorney
Refer job# VOUZ162045
 
Government Contracts Attorney The candidate will advise and provide solutions to internal business clients servicing Federal industry-based clients on issues relating to the pursuit and performance of federal government contracts, including with respect to federal procurement law and regulation, cost accounting standards, federal facility and personnel clearance matters, cybersecurity, and other compliance requirements for federal government contractors. Will structure, review and negotiate complex government and commercial agreements including government subcontracts and vendor agreements, teaming agreements, and other federal practice-related business agreements as necessary. Provide sophisticated strategic advice to the internal business clients and leadership on nuanced and complex issues, including with respect to implementing policies and procedures to minimize enterprise risk, particularly those associated with the government contracting practice. Proactively identify and resolve government contracting regulatory and compliance issues, including responding to government audits and investigations. Collaborate with various subject matter experts and other legal specialists within the firm to support matters impacting the business, including with respect to intellectual property, cybersecurity, talent, and ethics. Efficiently manage government contract disputes and litigation, including the proactive supervision of outside counsel, with the goal of expeditious and economical resolution of bid protests, equitable adjustments and claims, lawsuits and regulatory matters, and conducting internal investigations. Support the GPS federal practice's contract practice's operating and compliance programs, including by preparing and conducting training on government contracting and compliance topics.

The candidate should be an active member of a US State or Commonwealth Bar. Must have 3-5 years of experience as a practicing attorney, preferably in a leading law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should also have 3+ years of federal government contract law experience. Should have experience handling federal government contracts and grants matters, including negotiating/drafting subcontracts and prime contracts, FAR/DFARS compliance, audits/investigations, government contracts supply chain, cyber and/or IP issues, and disputes/claims. Experience with delivery and implementation of technology (including software, SaaS, AI/ML, and other solutions) for federal government customers is a plus. Experience with an independent public accounting or professional services firm setting is helpful. Working knowledge of federal contract types and contacting principles, laws, Executive Orders, regulations and procedures applicable to pre-award and post-award actions (including the FAR, DFARS, and GSA regulations) is required. Working knowledge of federal cybersecurity requirements, including NIST and FedRAMP, and federal supply chain compliance requirements is needed. Familiarity with the management of GSA offerings, compliance processes, price management and the financial reporting process is a plus.
 
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Government Contracts Attorney
Refer job# GHGY162046
 
Government Contracts Attorney The candidate will advise and provide solutions to internal business clients servicing Federal industry-based clients on issues relating to the pursuit and performance of federal government contracts, including with respect to federal procurement law and regulation, cost accounting standards, federal facility and personnel clearance matters, cybersecurity, and other compliance requirements for federal government contractors. Will structure, review and negotiate complex government and commercial agreements including government subcontracts and vendor agreements, teaming agreements, and other federal practice-related business agreements as necessary. Provide sophisticated strategic advice to the internal business clients and leadership on nuanced and complex issues, including with respect to implementing policies and procedures to minimize enterprise risk, particularly those associated with the government contracting practice. Proactively identify and resolve government contracting regulatory and compliance issues, including responding to government audits and investigations. Collaborate with various subject matter experts and other legal specialists within the firm to support matters impacting the business, including with respect to intellectual property, cybersecurity, talent, and ethics. Efficiently manage government contract disputes and litigation, including the proactive supervision of outside counsel, with the goal of expeditious and economical resolution of bid protests, equitable adjustments and claims, lawsuits and regulatory matters, and conducting internal investigations. Support the GPS federal practice's contract practice's operating and compliance programs, including by preparing and conducting training on government contracting and compliance topics.

The candidate should be an active member of a US State or Commonwealth Bar. Must have 3-5 years of experience as a practicing attorney, preferably in a leading law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should also have 3+ years of federal government contract law experience. Should have experience handling federal government contracts and grants matters, including negotiating/drafting subcontracts and prime contracts, FAR/DFARS compliance, audits/investigations, government contracts supply chain, cyber and/or IP issues, and disputes/claims. Experience with delivery and implementation of technology (including software, SaaS, AI/ML, and other solutions) for federal government customers is a plus. Experience with an independent public accounting or professional services firm setting is helpful. Working knowledge of federal contract types and contacting principles, laws, Executive Orders, regulations and procedures applicable to pre-award and post-award actions (including the FAR, DFARS, and GSA regulations) is required. Working knowledge of federal cybersecurity requirements, including NIST and FedRAMP, and federal supply chain compliance requirements is needed. Familiarity with the management of GSA offerings, compliance processes, price management and the financial reporting process is a plus.
 
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Director, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# GARP161924
 
Director, Corporate Counsel Duties: Providing practical legal advice and counsel that furthers business strategies and objectives. Drafting and negotiating commercial, technology, and real estate contracts, including related term sheets and letters of intent. Managing litigation and regulatory claims, including resolving pre-litigation disputes, developing litigation strategies and management of outside counsel and. Manage and develop legal department operations and processes as directed by General Counsel. Resolving regulatory inquiries, conducting internal investigations and managing outside counsel with investigations. Advising the business on compliance issues and working collaboratively with business teams to establish operational processes compliant with relevant law. Alerting the business to legal and legislative developments. Developing and updating company policies. Directing and conducting legal due-diligence efforts. Lead various projects impacting business, operations and revenue, and liaise with senior management, business divisions, consultants, outside counsel, and other parties as appropriate. Other tasks or projects as directed by General Counsel.

Qualifications: JD Degree required from an accredited law school, admitted to practice law and good standing in Ohio or another state with ability to become licensed or registered as in-house counsel in Ohio within 12 months of employment and as soon as possible upon hire. Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. 5-7 years experience in relevant areas of the law in either a private practice or in-house setting, with a desire to grow and learn new areas that will assist the organization. Candidates with a combination of both experience in private law firm and in-house legal department for a publicly traded company are preferred. Highly organized with exceptional attention to detail. Ability to supervise a small staff of employees. High level of competence in legal research tools and proficiency with business software including MS Word (redlining) and other software-as-a-service platforms utilized by business and legal teams. Demonstrated exceptional academic and professional achievement. Strong working knowledge of in broad areas of the law including general business, commercial, and consumer protection laws. Flexible attorney with focused experience in commercial litigation, legal and business transactions, and excellent soft skills, including a demonstrated a willingness to learn, enthusiasm for being a part of the Company's in-house legal department, and a hard-working and ethical legal partner with a customer service mindset. Effective communication, interpersonal, and negotiating skills, including emotional intelligence to work optimally with business partners at all levels of the company, as well as externally. Experience in commercial contracts and corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions. Ability to work independently as a legal project leader. Experience working effectively with senior-level management. Ability quickly and accurately to issue spot and recognize areas of risk and opportunity. Excellent communication skills, both speaking and writing. Strong customer-service orientation. Creative thinker with strong problem-solving skills. Works well collaboratively on both legal and business teams. Quickly able to assess business and legal risks. Asks why  at the right times and knows how to develop the answer. Litigation management and dispute resolution experience, including resolution of OSHA complaints, EEOC charges and other litigation-related disputes.. Experience reading, researching, analyzing, and interpreting general business requirements, technical procedures, and governmental regulations. Experience drafting contracts, reports, business and legal correspondence, and business policies. Experience effectively presenting information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.
 
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Associate Counsel - Securities/Mutual Funds
Refer job# IVLB161825
 
Associate Counsel - Securities/Mutual Funds Responsibilities: Provides legal services on securities and regulatory matters relating to the registration and operation of mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, and variable insurance products, and provides advice regarding compliance with the Investment Company Act of 1940 ( 40 Act ). Advises Touchstone Securities Inc. and Touchstone Advisors, Inc. on legal matters relating to the Touchstone mutual funds and exchange-traded funds with moderate direct supervision. Communicates and negotiates with other attorneys and regulatory authorities to resolve disputes. Drafts legal documents and required filings with the SEC required in connection with the registration of various types of funds and variable insurance products. Undertakes complex research assignments. Assists with SEC filing requirements with respect to registration statements, annual and semi-annual reports, prospectus updates, proxy statement and registration of fund shares with moderate direct supervision. Is responsible for routine SEC filings with less direct supervision. Assists the Fund Board Secretary with board governance matters, including development of board materials and review of meeting minutes. Assists other attorneys as needed with projects they are overseeing. Effectively and efficiently manages outside counsel substantively on issues, as well as on budget. Performs other duties as assigned by management.

Requirements: JD degree in law from accredited law school and above average class standing. Computer skills and knowledge of hardware & software required. Proficient in the use of Word, PowerPoint and Outlook. License to practice law in Ohio. 2+ years experience in the role of Associate Counsel or equivalent title, and experience handling corporate law matters. Experience with 40 Act matters is preferred. Demonstrated experience in a corporate legal department and/or law firm, working with partners and also indpendently with clients on complex matters. Proven leadership abilities and excellent communication/interpersonal skills. Proven strong analytical skills, including demonstrated experience identifying, defining and resolving complex problems, and collecting, quantifying or interpreting data to establish facts, draw valid conclusions and provide creative resolutions. Must be able to cite examples of sound judgment, initiative and good decision-making skills when dealing with multiple alternatives. Demonstrated ability to conceptualize and use new methodologies. Proven experience in working with complex data and analyzing the quality of the output provided. Demonstrated strong contract drafting, and verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to convey information, verbally and in writing, to internal and external customers in a clear, accurate, focused and concise manner. Proven ability to effectively interact and communicate with all levels of staff and management. Demonstrated ability to document procedures and activities in a manner that is understandable to others and prepared using a prescribed format. Verbal and written communications are to conform to proper rules of punctuation, grammar, diction and style. Proven ability to work under pressure, prioritize and manage multiple tasks; meeting deadlines is imperative. Must cite examples of developing, organizing, initiating and maintaining a project and successfully accomplishing set goals. Demonstrated ability to build collaborative relationships with executive leadership and to influence others beyond direct control, both iIside and outside the Company. Demonstrated ability to collaborate with other attorneys and colleagues in the organization on legal and regulatory matters, cases and/or issues; proven appreciable knowledge and perspective of financial services businesses.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CBVM161661
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Prepare, review, and negotiate a variety of legal contracts and commercial agreements. Provide legal advice on a variety of practice areas, including, but not limited to, corporate, commercial, data security, intellectual property, licensing, litigation, procurement, and mergers & acquisitions. Proactively manage risk through training and coaching of business partners, as well as through implementation of efficient contract governance processes. Succinctly and effectively communicate legal issues to business clients. Effectively integrate legal and business knowledge to develop practical business solutions. Keep up-to-date with developments and changes in laws and regulations affecting our business. Support the development of the legal department's goals and strategies.

Qualifications: Juris Doctorate, and licensed to practice law in a state in the United States. 3-5 years of experience in either an in-house legal department or a major law firm environment. Proven experience in representing software as a service (SaaS) or technology companies. Experience in a wide range of general corporate/commercial legal areas. Excellent judgment and analytical skills, with the ability to assess risk and provide practical advice. Ability and interest to learn and adapt to change and new technologies and to work independently in a fast-paced business environment. Strong ability to communicate and maintain effective relationships across the business.
 
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Privacy & Data Counsel
Refer job# WNJM161591
 
Privacy and Data Counsel Duties: Support the compliance priorities and advance the strategic goals established by the CPO. Provide legal counsel to the company and its subsidiary businesses on privacy and data protection and related areas including Privacy by Design discussions during the development of products and services. Track legal developments in the area of privacy and data protection and assist in determining the applicability to's business. Support commercial contracting by reviewing and negotiating commercial terms, and otherwise support the legal team as needed.

Qualifications: Admitted to the Bar with 1-3 years of experience as an attorney. Familiar with online marketing and advertising technology. Deep working knowledge of CCPA and the GDPR. Familiar with CAN-SPAM, CASL, TCPA, COPPA, and security breach notification laws. Excellent communication skills - Able to communicate effectively orally, in writing, and via Powerpoint with legal, technical, and business audiences. Organized and drives projects to completion with minimal supervision. Can synthesize vague or poorly defined legal rules into coherent legal positions and give practical, implementable advice. Able to engage confidently with business executives, clients, and opposing counsel. Self-directed, but collaborative; team-focused attitude. Preferred Qualifications: CIPP certification. Deep knowledge of U.S. financial services privacy rules GLBA, FCRA, CFPB, etc. Previous experience working as in-house counsel, particularly at a tech startup. Understands the EU legal system, GDPR, and the e-Privacy Directive. Work history or internship with privacy groups like FPF, CDT, EFF, NAI, DAA, etc.
 
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Attorney - Retail Brokerage And Insurance
Refer job# NWXO161493
 
Attorney - Retail Brokerage and Insurance Duties: Support the Bank and the Corporation's Wealth Management businesses, primarily supporting the retail brokerage, investment advisory, and insurance business at the Corporation. Work with all areas of the Corporation business line to provide legal advice and interpretation in a variety of areas including customer issues (authority questions, trusts and estates issues, powers of attorney), federal and state securities and insurance regulation, licensing, and operations. Negotiate partner product contracts and support governance activities related to the Corporation and its affiliates. Provide legal support related to fiduciary administration and investment management services provided by the Bank, a national bank with trust powers, primarily in the area of trust administration.

Qualifications: Law Degree. Licensed by and in good standing with the appropriate State Bar association or other appropriate state attorney licensing authority. 3+ years of the law firm or in-house experience. Securities regulatory experience is desired. Familiarity with state insurance regulations is a plus. Experience with contract drafting, review, and negotiation is an asset. Familiarity with trusts and estates is helpful. Strong analytical skills. Ability to work independently. Comfort with and interest in working on a variety of legal matters. Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills. Strong commitment to client service.
 
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Senior Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# LLCW161502
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy Duties: Report to the Vice President of Privacy and assist with the implementation and maintenance of the Privacy program. Serve as a functional expert working closely with & advising business leaders, commercial counsel, and other colleagues on all legal aspects of privacy, including data protection, data retention, data usage, data security and data breaches. Provide guidance, direction, and practical translation of legal privacy requirements to cross-functional teams on complex projects. Assist with the management of regulatory inquiries, investigations or administrative actions related to privacy and data security. Assist colleagues with the review and negotiation of data privacy agreements, data processing agreements, business associate agreements and other similar agreements. Support acquisitions, divestitures, and joint ventures as they relate to privacy matters. Review policies and procedures drafted by Compliance personnel to ensure compliance with applicable data privacy laws and regulations. Advise on the design and provision of's privacy training program. Assist with the training of relevant legal aspects of privacy matters. Remain up to date on legislative developments in the field of privacy at the state, federal and international level that may affect and its global subsidiaries, and work with commercial counsel and government relations to identify potential strategic changes that might be adopted.

Qualifications: JD Degree. License to practice law in Ohio or active bar license in another state. 4+ years of legal experience, working primarily on a wide variety of privacy and data security matters. Training within privacy team at a large law firm strongly preferred. Extensive knowledge of U.S. privacy and data security laws, regulations, and standards, including HIPAA, CCPA, U.S. state and federal privacy, data security, breach notification, consumer protection and employment-related privacy laws and regulations. Knowledge of EU privacy and data security laws, including GDPR preferred. Experience handling privacy matters in the health care industry is strongly preferred. Demonstrated transactional experience, including reviewing, drafting, and negotiating privacy and data protection contract terms and agreements, such as Business Associate Agreements and data processing, usage, and/or transfer agreements. Experience with implementing incident response plans, responding to data security incidents and advising on applicable legal requirements. Experience handling information technology matters, including drafting technology contracts, is a plus. Ability to juggle multiple tasks and prioritize under tight time constraints. Self-motivated and independent, but able to discern when matters should be escalated and when further guidance is needed. Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, including ability to translate legal requirements into practical guidance for non-lawyers.
 
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