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Commercial Contracts Attorney

Cincinnati OH Commercial Contracts Attorney The candidate will prepare, negotiate, and finalize customer-related contracts including CDAs, task orders, master services agreements, and/or other related contracts. Facilitate clear communication, evaluations and reporting of ongoing contract negotiations. Independently review and draft contracts, and assist senior attorneys in the negotiation of strategic contracts. Evaluation of legal, financial and business risks associated with contracts in compliance with company policies, in order to protect company interests. Design and participate in initiatives relating to contract management and compliance. Should have a Juris Doctorate with 1-3 years of contracting experience. Knowledge of relevant Clinical Trial and Contracts Legislation. Excellent communication, negotiation and leadership skills. Professional demeanor and strong work ethic. Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2022-01-14

Junior Counsel - Auto Finance & Compliance

Cincinnati OH Junior Counsel - Auto Finance & Compliance Responsibilities: Partner with Auto Finance Product, Design and other teams to provide practical and actionable advice as we launch new and exciting products, with a primary focus on the development and implementation of F&I Forms Library. Provide assistance to the Lead Counsel, Auto Finance & Compliance in the review of contracts and internal controls for key auto finance partners, and other ad-hoc projects. Work at the intersection of law and technology to provide clear and actionable advice on automotive compliance, vehicle and consumer finance, leasing programs, franchise laws etc. Proactively identify risks, manage legal project schedules and communicate clearly with cross-functional partners across the company. Enable strategic innovation and revenue growth objectives by being creative, decisive and deftly managing risk.

Requirements: JD Degree from a recognized U.S. law school and licensed to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. 2-3 years of experience at a reputable law firm or corporation, preferably with experience advising on automotive compliance regulations and laws related to vehicle finance and leasing. Excellent contract negotiation and drafting skills, comfortable and adept at teaming with sales leadership in fast moving customer facing transactions. Attention to detail, willingness to roll up their sleeves to get into the details and drive creative solutions but ability to think on the fly and drive efficient deal process and fast decision making. Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills and the ability to create and sustain lasting relationships. Demonstrated ability to perform in nimble, rapidly changing and growing environments.
Legal 2 - 3 Full-time 2022-01-13

Vice President, Compliance And Ethics - Associate General Counsel

Akron OH Vice President, Compliance and Ethics - Associate General Counsel Responsibilities: Leads risk-based global compliance assessments. Facilitates and supports interpretation and compliance with all applicable international, federal, state, and industry laws and regulations, and standards across all divisions and departments. Builds and implements an overall Signet-wide compliance framework including employment, credit/financial and miscellaneous compliance. Develops and oversees Signet's Code of Conduct. Develops and implements training relating to the Code of Conduct and other key compliance areas such as AML, Antitrust and Antibribery and Corruption. Monitors compliance risk strategies and independently troubleshoots problems, while providing sound advice to stakeholders. Ensures the Board of Directors, management and Team Members understand and adhere to regulatory and other compliance management requirements. Manages Signet's TIPS hotline, oversees and manages compliance related investigations. Leads the design, development, planning and maintenance of the strategic objectives and goals of compliance programs in support of the operational response to any interruptions. Develops and keep abreast of latest compliance developments with respect to regulatory bodies and ensure the team is working closely with branches and relevant departments on the implementation. Serves as a liaison between the Company and federal, state and local agencies, including preparing filings as requested. Partners with management to provide guidance on all ethics, business conduct and compliance matters as well as address issues including the development of remediation plans. Prepares and adheres to a Compliance budget. Prepares regular reports to the Board and Senior Management Team relating to the Companies Compliance activities. Manages service providers and team members effectively.

Qualifications: Bachelors and JD Degree. 10+ years of experience working for a global organization. 5+ years of supervisory experience. Experience overseeing and managing compliance related investigations & key compliance areas. Experience developing and managing organizational code of conduct programs. Experience interpreting international regulations a plus. Up to 10% travel required.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-13

Intellectual Property Attorney

Columbus OH Intellectual Property Attorney The candidate will be preparing patent applications for a variety of the company's products while working closely with inventors. Conducting patentability, freedom-to-operate, and landscape searches. Advising the company in the development and implementation of intellectual property protection strategies to support the needs of individual business units. Overseeing and participating in the prosecution of U.S. and foreign patent applications. Advising the company on the freedom to operate in view of 3rd-party IP rights. Conducting competitive IP due diligence. Effectively managing outside counsel to achieve positive outcomes. Drafting and negotiating technical agreements, including licenses, joint development agreements, technology agreements, and non-disclosure agreements. Collaborating closely with other legal department colleagues and functional support groups to provide legal advice and counsel.

The candidate should have a BS (Electrical engineering degree preferred). A JD degree (preferred but strong patent agent candidates will be considered). Should have 1-3 years of prior art searching, and patent preparation and prosecution experience in a law firm and/or corporate setting. USPTO registration or eligibility, therefore. Proven analytical skills and understanding of engineering, power systems, signal processing, and computer science principles. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Excellent project management skills. Excellent organizational, analytical, and interpersonal skills. Detail-oriented and able to work independently and multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Familiar with the procedures set forth in the MPEP (Manual of Patent Examining Procedures) regarding the prosecution of patents. Proficiency in reviewing and analyzing patents with the ability to summarize the scope of the patents and communicate such scope (both orally and in written form) to a variety of stakeholders.
Legal 1 - 3 Full-time 2022-01-12

Associate Attorney/ Real Estate Attorney

Cincinnati OH Associate Attorney/ Real Estate Attorney The candidate will provide real estate title related legal counsel to offices in the Cincinnati market. Will mentor under the guidance of one of Regional Counsels in the Cincinnati market, would hold their law license with Law Firm, and would work jointly for both the law firm and the title insurance agency. Will help in all facets of title company's work and would include; assisting with residential and commercial title examination, title insurance underwriting, reviewing contracts, title clearing, preparing closing packages, drafting real estate documents, conducting closings, as well as networking and meeting with existing and prospective clients. Assist Regional Counsel with various tasks on legal files. Learn how to perform title examinations and to do title clearing research. Work closely with the Regional Counsel to build relationships with existing and new clients to assist with the day-to-day legal needs of clients. Join and actively participate in trade groups, professional associations, and community volunteer organizations. Preparation or review of documents related to real estate transactions. Perform real estate closings as the notary closer. Network with real estate industry professionals and attempt to increase our market share. Obtain legal clients from the real estate industry and provide them with real property-related counsel. Obey underwriting standards when making decisions related to clearing title or proceeding to closing. Obey best practices in relation to the functions of the title agency. Provide assistance as needed to staff and their interactions with customers. Become authorized to teach our continuing education classes to real estate agents, and contribute as one of company's teachers/presenters. Should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Must be currently licensed as an attorney in the State of Ohio. Open to recently graduated candidates who have completed the Ohio Bar examination. Should have moderate amount of experience in real property transactions, probate administration, estate planning, and small company representation - knowledge of legal practices of local procedures. Must have ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Contracts Corporate Counsel

North Canton OH Contracts Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for handling a wide range of legal responsibilities assigned and supervised by the Executive Vice President & General Counsel. Responsible for all aspects of contract review, development and approval and ensure contracts are efficiently developed and utilized. At the direction and instruction of the EVP and General Counsel, ensures that all contracts entered meet sound business practices, statutory requirements and internal guidelines and procedures. Responsible for working with the EVP and General Counsel regarding contractual matters; analyzes and reviews contracts for customers and vendors in conjunction with the EVP and General Counsel; assists the EVP and General Counsel in the management of contract dispute and resolution process prior and during litigation. Ensure consistency of contract terms with company policies and goals. Expedite and review contracts from company's suppliers, customers and third parties. Develop, assess and negotiate non-disclosure, consulting, service and logistics agreements. Reduce company's contract risk and assist the EVP and General Counsel in developing contract strategies and best practices to enhance contract review processes. Draft purchase and sale agreements for acquisitions in conjunction with the EVP and General Counsel.

The candidate must possess a Juris Doctorate Degree from an accredited law school and must be licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio for five (5) years. Should have 5 years' experience in either a law firm or in-house setting. Should be skilled in the use of computers and Microsoft Office must have strong written and oral communication skills; attentive to detail.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-08

Privacy Counsel and Legal Engineer

Columbus OH Privacy Counsel and Legal Engineer Duties: Supporting onboarding customers to help them detect and solve compliance pain points through Immuta. Working closely with our Customer Success team to review customer legal, compliance, and business requirements based on customer documentation and live interactions with customers. Formulating actionable recommendations, presenting them in front of customers, and producing bespoke pieces of evidence supporting the features selected by customers. Researching compliance pain points emerging in the context of data operations and exchange and developing creative ways to resolve them in collaboration with our Research team.

Qualifications: Law degree and demonstrate expertise in the field of data protection and privacy. Experience working with process mapping, developing workflows, automating document forms, and programming is desired. Strong interest in information technology, legal and regulatory technology as well as privacy-enhancing technology and demonstrate IT skills. Articulate, knowledgeable and have excellent presentation skills; be comfortable engaging with internal and external stakeholders at all levels; have strong organization, prioritization, and time management skills. Strong communication and interpersonal skills and a desire to produce outstanding research outputs and customer support. Genuine enthusiasm for technology and thrive in an interdisciplinary environment characterized by continuous improvement and product innovation.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-06

Corporate Counsel Iii

Cincinnati OH Corporate Counsel III The candidate will manage a variety of assigned legal projects, including legal matters in the specialization of labor and employment law and provide practical advice and counsel to management concerning labor and employment laws. Provide a variety of general corporate and commercial legal services, including in-house legal counsel on labor and employment matters related to employees within the United States, which may include, but shall not be limited to, human resource issues, compensation and benefits matters, leave issues, termination decisions, redundancy issues, settlement agreements and, employment agreements. Manage both complex and routine commercial and employment-related disputes, including pre-litigation claims, commercial litigation, employment litigation, arbitration and mediations and, where licensed, represent the company in civil court proceedings. Coordinate with and supervise external counsel as needed on complex legal issues related to commercial matters and labor and employment law matters and civil proceedings. Be responsible for identifying and assessing legal risks and opportunities and advising stakeholders accordingly. Be responsible for overseeing responses to inquiries from regulatory authorities, including responding to Civil Investigative Demands Attorney General Complaints and complex subpoenas. Be responsible for other related duties assigned as needed.

The candidate should have 4+ years of litigation and employment law experience. Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to tailor messages to be appropriate to the audience. Ability to effectively deal with issues that are complex, confidential and sensitive in nature. Excellent problem-solving, critical thinking and time management skills. Effective team building, coaching and persuasion skills. Intermediate to advanced negotiation skills with regard to complex issues. Experience in the fintech industry is preferred. Broad commercial litigation experience with a minimum of two years in an in-house role is preferred. A broad focus on labor and employment laws, in addition to broad commercial litigation experience, is preferred.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-12-30

Counsel - Privacy

Columbus OH Counsel - Privacy Responsibilities: Provides advice and expertise on a broad range of legal matters with minimal direction within a specific area of responsibility. Attends business partner meetings to better understand business processes and needs. Identifies and assesses risks in unique or complex business situations. Creates risk management/mitigation recommendations demonstrating sound risk assessment and legal skills. Addresses situations of high exposure or risk; understands business risk tolerance and considers it in the context of risk management strategies and actions. Has input into or influence on company decision-making. Builds creative, practical and effective solutions to issues with no established precedent. May interact with persons outside of the company on behalf of the organization. Leads matters that are complex and/or strategic in nature. Understands the business partner's goals, objectives and needs. Advises senior leaders on case law, legislative and regulatory matters. Considers the long-term business and strategic consequences of potential outcomes. Demonstrates strength with clients by clearly communicating legal requirements and cautionary counsel. Effectively responds to challenges and collaborates to achieve risk-mitigated outcomes. Builds and maintains a wide network of positive relationships at many levels within the OCLO and with business partners, including at leadership levels. Works independently and may also lead teams on group/client tasks, projects or assignments. May mentor less experienced attorneys or paralegals on business and legal issues. May perform other responsibilities as assigned. Reporting Relationships: May report to Vice President/Associate Vice President/Managing Counsel. May have the opportunity to supervise up to three legal associates.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an American Bar Association-accredited law school. Associates reporting within Nationwide's Office of the Chief Legal Officer (OCLO) who are functioning in attorney roles must be fully licensed in accordance with OCLO policy, in good standing and in compliance with all continuing legal education requirements at all times in the state(s) in which they practice. 6+ years of relevant legal experience. Has demonstrated business knowledge. Proven experience with or knowledge of an area of law, complex legal practices and procedures. Considered a specialist on a specific product, service or legal specialty (employment, finance, regulatory, real estate, securities, tax, etc.). Possesses sound business knowledge with respect to area of legal support. Strong verbal and written communication skills for interacting with associates and business partners. Skilled at interpreting statutes, regulations, insurance policies and other contracts. Decision-making ability to set work priorities and make recommendations. Ability to initiate, prioritize and coordinate complex projects and/or cases that cross functional or business lines. Takes the lead role in complex and/or strategic negotiations. Supervisory skills helpful, as this role may have the opportunity to supervise a small group of legal resources within an area of law. Other criteria, including leadership skills, competencies and experiences may take precedence. Staffing exceptions to the above must be approved by the hiring manager's leader and Human Resources Business Partner.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2021-12-29

Senior Corporate Counsel

Brecksville OH Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will prepare, draft, negotiate and finalize contracts, including confidentiality agreements, third party vendor agreements and other agreements. Ability to monitor multi-state regulatory requirements and analyze legal and regulatory issues in areas of employment, real estate, mortgage lending, and assist with developing related policies and procedures. Work in close collaboration with cross-functional teams and external vendors on contract review, renewals and amendments, as needed. Advice on the organization's Human Resources, Benefits, and Payroll Departments on various employment law issues, including but not limited to wage and hour compliance, compensation, employee relations, immigration compliance, unlawful discrimination claims, leave of absence and accommodations, terminations, reductions in force, benefits, and personnel-related subpoenas. Review and investigate allegations on litigated accounts and assist Chief Legal Counsel, outside counsel and servicing legal management. Ability to oversee and manage claims, litigation management and outside counsel.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university. D. from an accredited law school and in good standing. Admitted to practice law in the State of Ohio or any other applicable jurisdiction(s). Should have 5-8 years of experience as a practicing attorney with a law firm, corporation or government agency. Prior experience working at a real estate/mortgage/banking/ financial services or law firm handling residential mortgages is a plus. Familiarity with federal and state regulatory compliance. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, Federal and/or governmental regulations.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2021-12-22
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Claims Attorney
In-House,National Interstate Insurance Company.
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Claims Attorney The candidate reviews and evaluates coverage and/or liability. Assigns cases to outside counsel and evaluates their performance. Develops, prepares, and implements Claims Litigation strategy, including affecting settlements/reserves ... + read more

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Commercial Contracts Attorney
Refer job# BHVW165034
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney The candidate will prepare, negotiate, and finalize customer-related contracts including CDAs, task orders, master services agreements, and/or other related contracts. Facilitate clear communication, evaluations and reporting of ongoing contract negotiations. Independently review and draft contracts, and assist senior attorneys in the negotiation of strategic contracts. Evaluation of legal, financial and business risks associated with contracts in compliance with company policies, in order to protect company interests. Design and participate in initiatives relating to contract management and compliance. Should have a Juris Doctorate with 1-3 years of contracting experience. Knowledge of relevant Clinical Trial and Contracts Legislation. Excellent communication, negotiation and leadership skills. Professional demeanor and strong work ethic.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Junior Counsel - Auto Finance & Compliance
Refer job# SYUH165001
 
Junior Counsel - Auto Finance & Compliance Responsibilities: Partner with Auto Finance Product, Design and other teams to provide practical and actionable advice as we launch new and exciting products, with a primary focus on the development and implementation of F&I Forms Library. Provide assistance to the Lead Counsel, Auto Finance & Compliance in the review of contracts and internal controls for key auto finance partners, and other ad-hoc projects. Work at the intersection of law and technology to provide clear and actionable advice on automotive compliance, vehicle and consumer finance, leasing programs, franchise laws etc. Proactively identify risks, manage legal project schedules and communicate clearly with cross-functional partners across the company. Enable strategic innovation and revenue growth objectives by being creative, decisive and deftly managing risk.

Requirements: JD Degree from a recognized U.S. law school and licensed to practice in at least one US jurisdiction. 2-3 years of experience at a reputable law firm or corporation, preferably with experience advising on automotive compliance regulations and laws related to vehicle finance and leasing. Excellent contract negotiation and drafting skills, comfortable and adept at teaming with sales leadership in fast moving customer facing transactions. Attention to detail, willingness to roll up their sleeves to get into the details and drive creative solutions but ability to think on the fly and drive efficient deal process and fast decision making. Excellent oral, written and interpersonal communication skills and the ability to create and sustain lasting relationships. Demonstrated ability to perform in nimble, rapidly changing and growing environments.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Vice President, Compliance And Ethics - Associate General Counsel
Refer job# HRVF165005
 
Vice President, Compliance and Ethics - Associate General Counsel Responsibilities: Leads risk-based global compliance assessments. Facilitates and supports interpretation and compliance with all applicable international, federal, state, and industry laws and regulations, and standards across all divisions and departments. Builds and implements an overall Signet-wide compliance framework including employment, credit/financial and miscellaneous compliance. Develops and oversees Signet's Code of Conduct. Develops and implements training relating to the Code of Conduct and other key compliance areas such as AML, Antitrust and Antibribery and Corruption. Monitors compliance risk strategies and independently troubleshoots problems, while providing sound advice to stakeholders. Ensures the Board of Directors, management and Team Members understand and adhere to regulatory and other compliance management requirements. Manages Signet's TIPS hotline, oversees and manages compliance related investigations. Leads the design, development, planning and maintenance of the strategic objectives and goals of compliance programs in support of the operational response to any interruptions. Develops and keep abreast of latest compliance developments with respect to regulatory bodies and ensure the team is working closely with branches and relevant departments on the implementation. Serves as a liaison between the Company and federal, state and local agencies, including preparing filings as requested. Partners with management to provide guidance on all ethics, business conduct and compliance matters as well as address issues including the development of remediation plans. Prepares and adheres to a Compliance budget. Prepares regular reports to the Board and Senior Management Team relating to the Companies Compliance activities. Manages service providers and team members effectively.

Qualifications: Bachelors and JD Degree. 10+ years of experience working for a global organization. 5+ years of supervisory experience. Experience overseeing and managing compliance related investigations & key compliance areas. Experience developing and managing organizational code of conduct programs. Experience interpreting international regulations a plus. Up to 10% travel required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Intellectual Property Attorney
Refer job# XCYA164941
 
Intellectual Property Attorney The candidate will be preparing patent applications for a variety of the company's products while working closely with inventors. Conducting patentability, freedom-to-operate, and landscape searches. Advising the company in the development and implementation of intellectual property protection strategies to support the needs of individual business units. Overseeing and participating in the prosecution of U.S. and foreign patent applications. Advising the company on the freedom to operate in view of 3rd-party IP rights. Conducting competitive IP due diligence. Effectively managing outside counsel to achieve positive outcomes. Drafting and negotiating technical agreements, including licenses, joint development agreements, technology agreements, and non-disclosure agreements. Collaborating closely with other legal department colleagues and functional support groups to provide legal advice and counsel.

The candidate should have a BS (Electrical engineering degree preferred). A JD degree (preferred but strong patent agent candidates will be considered). Should have 1-3 years of prior art searching, and patent preparation and prosecution experience in a law firm and/or corporate setting. USPTO registration or eligibility, therefore. Proven analytical skills and understanding of engineering, power systems, signal processing, and computer science principles. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Excellent project management skills. Excellent organizational, analytical, and interpersonal skills. Detail-oriented and able to work independently and multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Familiar with the procedures set forth in the MPEP (Manual of Patent Examining Procedures) regarding the prosecution of patents. Proficiency in reviewing and analyzing patents with the ability to summarize the scope of the patents and communicate such scope (both orally and in written form) to a variety of stakeholders.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Attorney/ Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# GVJC164985
 
Associate Attorney/ Real Estate Attorney The candidate will provide real estate title related legal counsel to offices in the Cincinnati market. Will mentor under the guidance of one of Regional Counsels in the Cincinnati market, would hold their law license with Law Firm, and would work jointly for both the law firm and the title insurance agency. Will help in all facets of title company's work and would include; assisting with residential and commercial title examination, title insurance underwriting, reviewing contracts, title clearing, preparing closing packages, drafting real estate documents, conducting closings, as well as networking and meeting with existing and prospective clients. Assist Regional Counsel with various tasks on legal files. Learn how to perform title examinations and to do title clearing research. Work closely with the Regional Counsel to build relationships with existing and new clients to assist with the day-to-day legal needs of clients. Join and actively participate in trade groups, professional associations, and community volunteer organizations. Preparation or review of documents related to real estate transactions. Perform real estate closings as the notary closer. Network with real estate industry professionals and attempt to increase our market share. Obtain legal clients from the real estate industry and provide them with real property-related counsel. Obey underwriting standards when making decisions related to clearing title or proceeding to closing. Obey best practices in relation to the functions of the title agency. Provide assistance as needed to staff and their interactions with customers. Become authorized to teach our continuing education classes to real estate agents, and contribute as one of company's teachers/presenters. Should have J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Must be currently licensed as an attorney in the State of Ohio. Open to recently graduated candidates who have completed the Ohio Bar examination. Should have moderate amount of experience in real property transactions, probate administration, estate planning, and small company representation - knowledge of legal practices of local procedures. Must have ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Contracts Corporate Counsel
Refer job# FINT164913
 
Contracts Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for handling a wide range of legal responsibilities assigned and supervised by the Executive Vice President & General Counsel. Responsible for all aspects of contract review, development and approval and ensure contracts are efficiently developed and utilized. At the direction and instruction of the EVP and General Counsel, ensures that all contracts entered meet sound business practices, statutory requirements and internal guidelines and procedures. Responsible for working with the EVP and General Counsel regarding contractual matters; analyzes and reviews contracts for customers and vendors in conjunction with the EVP and General Counsel; assists the EVP and General Counsel in the management of contract dispute and resolution process prior and during litigation. Ensure consistency of contract terms with company policies and goals. Expedite and review contracts from company's suppliers, customers and third parties. Develop, assess and negotiate non-disclosure, consulting, service and logistics agreements. Reduce company's contract risk and assist the EVP and General Counsel in developing contract strategies and best practices to enhance contract review processes. Draft purchase and sale agreements for acquisitions in conjunction with the EVP and General Counsel.

The candidate must possess a Juris Doctorate Degree from an accredited law school and must be licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio for five (5) years. Should have 5 years' experience in either a law firm or in-house setting. Should be skilled in the use of computers and Microsoft Office must have strong written and oral communication skills; attentive to detail.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Privacy Counsel and Legal Engineer
Refer job# UEEJ164895
 
Privacy Counsel and Legal Engineer Duties: Supporting onboarding customers to help them detect and solve compliance pain points through Immuta. Working closely with our Customer Success team to review customer legal, compliance, and business requirements based on customer documentation and live interactions with customers. Formulating actionable recommendations, presenting them in front of customers, and producing bespoke pieces of evidence supporting the features selected by customers. Researching compliance pain points emerging in the context of data operations and exchange and developing creative ways to resolve them in collaboration with our Research team.

Qualifications: Law degree and demonstrate expertise in the field of data protection and privacy. Experience working with process mapping, developing workflows, automating document forms, and programming is desired. Strong interest in information technology, legal and regulatory technology as well as privacy-enhancing technology and demonstrate IT skills. Articulate, knowledgeable and have excellent presentation skills; be comfortable engaging with internal and external stakeholders at all levels; have strong organization, prioritization, and time management skills. Strong communication and interpersonal skills and a desire to produce outstanding research outputs and customer support. Genuine enthusiasm for technology and thrive in an interdisciplinary environment characterized by continuous improvement and product innovation.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel Iii
Refer job# ZECZ164700
 
Corporate Counsel III The candidate will manage a variety of assigned legal projects, including legal matters in the specialization of labor and employment law and provide practical advice and counsel to management concerning labor and employment laws. Provide a variety of general corporate and commercial legal services, including in-house legal counsel on labor and employment matters related to employees within the United States, which may include, but shall not be limited to, human resource issues, compensation and benefits matters, leave issues, termination decisions, redundancy issues, settlement agreements and, employment agreements. Manage both complex and routine commercial and employment-related disputes, including pre-litigation claims, commercial litigation, employment litigation, arbitration and mediations and, where licensed, represent the company in civil court proceedings. Coordinate with and supervise external counsel as needed on complex legal issues related to commercial matters and labor and employment law matters and civil proceedings. Be responsible for identifying and assessing legal risks and opportunities and advising stakeholders accordingly. Be responsible for overseeing responses to inquiries from regulatory authorities, including responding to Civil Investigative Demands Attorney General Complaints and complex subpoenas. Be responsible for other related duties assigned as needed.

The candidate should have 4+ years of litigation and employment law experience. Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to tailor messages to be appropriate to the audience. Ability to effectively deal with issues that are complex, confidential and sensitive in nature. Excellent problem-solving, critical thinking and time management skills. Effective team building, coaching and persuasion skills. Intermediate to advanced negotiation skills with regard to complex issues. Experience in the fintech industry is preferred. Broad commercial litigation experience with a minimum of two years in an in-house role is preferred. A broad focus on labor and employment laws, in addition to broad commercial litigation experience, is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel - Privacy
Refer job# PYUM164667
 
Counsel - Privacy Responsibilities: Provides advice and expertise on a broad range of legal matters with minimal direction within a specific area of responsibility. Attends business partner meetings to better understand business processes and needs. Identifies and assesses risks in unique or complex business situations. Creates risk management/mitigation recommendations demonstrating sound risk assessment and legal skills. Addresses situations of high exposure or risk; understands business risk tolerance and considers it in the context of risk management strategies and actions. Has input into or influence on company decision-making. Builds creative, practical and effective solutions to issues with no established precedent. May interact with persons outside of the company on behalf of the organization. Leads matters that are complex and/or strategic in nature. Understands the business partner's goals, objectives and needs. Advises senior leaders on case law, legislative and regulatory matters. Considers the long-term business and strategic consequences of potential outcomes. Demonstrates strength with clients by clearly communicating legal requirements and cautionary counsel. Effectively responds to challenges and collaborates to achieve risk-mitigated outcomes. Builds and maintains a wide network of positive relationships at many levels within the OCLO and with business partners, including at leadership levels. Works independently and may also lead teams on group/client tasks, projects or assignments. May mentor less experienced attorneys or paralegals on business and legal issues. May perform other responsibilities as assigned. Reporting Relationships: May report to Vice President/Associate Vice President/Managing Counsel. May have the opportunity to supervise up to three legal associates.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an American Bar Association-accredited law school. Associates reporting within Nationwide's Office of the Chief Legal Officer (OCLO) who are functioning in attorney roles must be fully licensed in accordance with OCLO policy, in good standing and in compliance with all continuing legal education requirements at all times in the state(s) in which they practice. 6+ years of relevant legal experience. Has demonstrated business knowledge. Proven experience with or knowledge of an area of law, complex legal practices and procedures. Considered a specialist on a specific product, service or legal specialty (employment, finance, regulatory, real estate, securities, tax, etc.). Possesses sound business knowledge with respect to area of legal support. Strong verbal and written communication skills for interacting with associates and business partners. Skilled at interpreting statutes, regulations, insurance policies and other contracts. Decision-making ability to set work priorities and make recommendations. Ability to initiate, prioritize and coordinate complex projects and/or cases that cross functional or business lines. Takes the lead role in complex and/or strategic negotiations. Supervisory skills helpful, as this role may have the opportunity to supervise a small group of legal resources within an area of law. Other criteria, including leadership skills, competencies and experiences may take precedence. Staffing exceptions to the above must be approved by the hiring manager's leader and Human Resources Business Partner.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# UJRQ164541
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will prepare, draft, negotiate and finalize contracts, including confidentiality agreements, third party vendor agreements and other agreements. Ability to monitor multi-state regulatory requirements and analyze legal and regulatory issues in areas of employment, real estate, mortgage lending, and assist with developing related policies and procedures. Work in close collaboration with cross-functional teams and external vendors on contract review, renewals and amendments, as needed. Advice on the organization's Human Resources, Benefits, and Payroll Departments on various employment law issues, including but not limited to wage and hour compliance, compensation, employee relations, immigration compliance, unlawful discrimination claims, leave of absence and accommodations, terminations, reductions in force, benefits, and personnel-related subpoenas. Review and investigate allegations on litigated accounts and assist Chief Legal Counsel, outside counsel and servicing legal management. Ability to oversee and manage claims, litigation management and outside counsel.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university. D. from an accredited law school and in good standing. Admitted to practice law in the State of Ohio or any other applicable jurisdiction(s). Should have 5-8 years of experience as a practicing attorney with a law firm, corporation or government agency. Prior experience working at a real estate/mortgage/banking/ financial services or law firm handling residential mortgages is a plus. Familiarity with federal and state regulatory compliance. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, Federal and/or governmental regulations.
 
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