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Litigation Counsel

Plano TX Litigation Counsel The candidate will be handling and managing litigation and government enforcement matters across the US and supporting the global legal team in collaboration with regional team members. Will manage and/or support handling of diverse portfolio of litigation matters as well as matters in arbitration and mediation. Under the direction of Company leadership, handle responses to federal, state and local government inquiries, audits and enforcement matters. Advise on and/or handle full range of pre-litigation business disputes. Oversee litigation support activities such as e-discovery, data collection and processing. Work with firm's ethics and compliance team and other stakeholders (HR, internal audit, business leaders) on internal investigations. Advise legal department colleagues and other stakeholders on risk mitigation in contracting, delivery of HR services, product positioning and corporate communications. Manage relationships with outside counsel and legal service providers, enforcing budget discipline and innovating to achieve cost and operational efficiencies. Travel throughout the US and internationally as needed.

The candidate should have J.D. degree and membership in at least one relevant State Bar. Must have 7-10 years of experience as litigation counsel on a wide range of matters, including government enforcement matters and corporate internal investigations. Must have expertise in complex, high-stakes litigation e.g., in the areas of intellectual property and trade secrets, data privacy and security, cross-border issues, and government enforcement/white collar defense. Must have experience coordinating and driving to completion large-scale projects. California or Texas Bar Membership is preferred. Some in-house legal department experience is preferred. Experience with international dispute resolution is preferred. Experience with legal operations as they relate to litigation management is preferred.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2017-12-09

Corporate Counsel

Waco TX Corporate Counsel The candidate will perform all franchise legal matters for designated brands seamlessly as part of team. Will perform franchise legal matters, to include: maintain and draft all Franchise Disclosure Documents (and exhibits) in the US and Canada (e.g., annual FDD renewals, material changes, amendments); franchisee terminations, defaults, standstill agreements, work-outs, and releases; working with franchise administration on new, transfers, renewals, and amendments; and all other franchise-related matters. Outside franchise counsel assistance limited to registration of FDDs and on a limited as-needed and preapproved. Aggressively defend the franchise brands and pursue franchisees in default of their franchise agreement through mediation, arbitration, and litigation. Perform and manage with limited outside counsel s assistance franchise IP related matters such as trademark research, cease/desist letters, disputes, injunctions/TRO and other IP related. Perform all contract and marketing reviews within turnaround timeframe the business requires and according to the Group contract review policies. Create and evolve processes and procedures for efficiency and cost effectiveness for all responsibilities while creating training manuals and templates for others to easily. Communicate and work with brand presidents, officers, franchisees, attorneys, external contacts, and internal departments to perform responsibilities. Gain trust quickly. Use and continue paperless document management. Research and respond quickly to legal inquiries from company associates. Maintain confidentiality of proprietary. Interface with others in a professional manner and be a trusted go to. Should have a J.D. degree from an ABA accredited law school. Should preferably have 7+ years of experience. License to practice law is required. Knowledge of contracts is needed. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-09

Employment Law Staff Counsel/practice Administrator

Round Rock TX Employment Law Staff Counsel/Practice Administrator The candidate will advise and counsel HR, management, and other clients on a range of labor and employment matters while escalating complex or high-risk matters to senior lawyers. Will develop processes to handle and coordinate legal claims, administrative charges, and other employment disputes. Will coordinate with the employment law team and manage the employment law team s calendar to ensure timely responses to all matters. Will manage the processing of agreements drafted by the employment law team. Will liaise with outside counsel and law firm personnel for billing matters, resolve billing issues, and ensure timely payment of amounts due. Will manage legal hold process. Will develop and maintain organized electronic and paper filing system. Will assist senior lawyers, outside counsel and paraprofessional staff with discovery, motion practice, and other matters relating to litigation or administrative actions. Will provide primary support for paraprofessional staff for recurrent employee matters such as garnishments, personnel record subpoenas, and requests for employee information. Will build and maintain strong relationships with other members of the legal team, the human resources team, and other teams to support employment law compliance

The candidate should be License to practice in one or more U.S. jurisdictions. Should have substantive knowledge of US federal employment law, and the employment laws of multiple state jurisdictions; Employment litigation experience in all pre-trial stages. Should have outstanding organization skills. Should have excellent attention to detail; Client oriented with a demonstrated ability to influence and build relationships. Should be team player who can share and support team s and client's vision, values, and goals. Should be effective communication skills, good judgment, and team-oriented. Should have a positive attitude, sense of humor, confident and independent.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-06

Trial Attorney, Bodily Injury - Insurance Defense

Houston TX Trial Attorney, Bodily Injury - Insurance Defense The candidate will be a member of insurance defense litigation team, providing legal representation to Progressive insureds and/or to the Progressive Insurance Companies before courts and arbitration panels in all aspects of litigation. Handling own cases from beginning to end. Work closely with our customers and claims team to ensure all appropriate defenses are leveraged to reach positive outcomes. JD degree from an accredited law school is required. Active license to practice law in Texas is required. Should have 4 years of civil litigation experience. Should preferably have 8+ years of civil litigation experience including insurance defense. Extensive litigation experience with significant jury trial experience and proficiency is needed. Proficiency at conducting high level/expert discovery is needed. Listening, verbal and written communication skill is needed. Proficiency at conducting expert discovery is needed. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-04

Associate Counsel, Privacy

Fort Worth TX Associate Counsel, Privacy The candidate will serve as subject matter expert for legal issues related to privacy, data usage, and the protection of information assets of the company. Will provide legal guidance on privacy laws and regulations. Assists with management and oversight of comprehensive privacy compliance program for entire company and all related issues, projects, initiatives, and training. Provide advice, with supervision to business partners on privacy and data protection issues, as well as social media, technology, and licensing issues as needed. Advise business partners of applicability of privacy laws such as Regulation S-P, FCRA, and GDPR to business initiatives. Draft company-wide and department-specific education on privacy issue under the direction of the Chief Privacy Officer. Maintain and test the company privacy-related policies, data classified policies, incident response policies, BYOD and corporate device use policies, and social media usage policies. Draft, with the guidance of the Chief Privacy Officer, new privacy-related policies as needed. Track legal and regulation changes related to privacy and cybersecurity. Monitor rules, regulations and emerging trends relative to privacy and data protection. Apply knowledge of business operations to evolving privacy laws to identify potential needed changes, and work with business partners to implement appropriate and required protections. Lead low and medium sensitivity personal information incidents. Provide legal support for personal information incidents. Provide legal guidance to security event response teams as needed. Answer questions and provide guidance on legal issues surrounding emerging technologies, especially as such impact privacy and information security.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. CIPP/US, CIPP/IT, or CIPM preferred. Specific industry and legal experience in the privacy and data security fields preferred. Must have 2-5 years of total experience with 1+ year of related experience. Military education or experience may be considered in lieu of civilian requirements listed. Familiarity with technology and network systems sufficient to allow efficient communication with technology and cybersecurity organizations is required. Knowledge and experience with privacy and cybersecurity legal and regulatory issues related to financial services in the US is needed. Should have familiarity with privacy and cybersecurity laws in other industries and jurisdictions, including APEC and EU.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2017-12-04

Senior Counsel And Assistant Corporate Secretary

Houston TX Senior Counsel and Assistant Corporate Secretary The candidate will develop Board and Committee agendas, assist in preparation of Board and Committee materials. Will attend and create record of all Board and Committee meetings. Responsible for ensuring Board materials are prepared and disseminated in a timely fashion to Board members. Responsible for payment of Board members fees, retainers and expenses. Review and revise Committee charters and Corporate Governance guidelines based on changes in law/practice and submit for Committee approval on annual basis. SEC/NYSE and securities law matters. Prepare all necessary NYSE filings including reporting of shares on a quarterly basis, maintaining filings of officers/directors and Committee members, preparation of listing applications as needed. Prepare SEC filings including review of quarterly / annual reports, drafting of current reports as necessary, draft and file proxy statement and Section 16 filings for officers and directors. Organize and handle annual meeting of stockholders. Participate in and perform securities law work for any public offering of debt or equity, merger or acquisition contemplated by the Company. Participate in any financing arrangement of the Company including entry into new credit facilities, etc. Prepare annual officer and director questionnaires; perform independence analysis under SEC/NYSE rules. Maintain equity plans and other compensation arrangements including change-in-control agreements, long-term incentive plans and related grant agreements. Review securities laws changes to ensure adequate disclosure in annual/quarterly reports and proxy statement. Corporate governance matters and subsidiary matters. Periodically review corporate governance issues and keep Board informed of shareholder concerns, ISS/Glass Lewis views on corporate governance issues. Maintain Company articles/bylaws, indemnification agreements to ensure up to date with recent law changes, etc. Assist marketing, operations and tax in structuring efforts internationally including formation of new foreign subsidiaries, branches or joint ventures. Maintain corporate subsidiaries including annual / special meetings, annual accounts, officer and director elections and transactional minutes/consents as necessary. Prepare and file all annual filings for states in which subsidiaries are incorporated, and those in which we are qualified to do business as well as foreign location filings. Dissolve unnecessary subsidiaries, streamline reporting when possible. JD degree from an accredited law school with transactional sand securities law experience is required. Should preferably have in house and in private practice of 10+ years of experience. Proficient in Microsoft Office product is needed. Exepertise in securities laws and corporate law is essential. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-03

Counsel - Compliance

Houston TX Counsel Responsibilities : The candidate will support the Chief Compliance Officer in managing the Company's global compliance program, with a focus on contracts and third-party agent due diligence. Assist the Chief Compliance Officer on legal issues including but not limited to anti-corruption laws, antitrust, import/export controls, trade sanctions and boycotts. Review all compliance-related contract provisions, including drilling contract, joint venture agreements, vendor contracts, and master service agreements. Review and revise all drilling contracts to meet company contract guidelines and ensure the company is protected from a compliance perspective. Vet, evaluate and monitor proposed joint venture partners and transactions. Conduct legal/compliance due diligence of proposed joint venture partners in different jurisdictions. Responsible for all third party monitoring and approvals, including third-party intermediaries. Assist the Chief Compliance Officer on Intermediary Committee related activities. Oversee compliance department hold alerts. Manage external compliance due diligence questionnaires, certification requests and other related matters. Manage all compliance-related aspects of rig sales. Manage and coordinate outside counsel's activities on compliance matters. Participate in in-country audits of third-party intermediaries. Provide in-person compliance training to employees and business partners on topical compliance risk areas. Participate in the development of in-person and online compliance training. Participate in internal and external investigations, as necessary. Other duties as assigned.

Requirements : The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate Degree from an accredited college or university. Minimum of 4 years of legal experience (combination of law firm and in-house). Licensed to practice law and in good standing in the state of Texas or another US state. Foreign language capabilities, particularly Portuguese and French (Preferred). Detailed understanding of anti-corruption laws including the FCPA and the UK Bribery Act. Demonstrates ethical judgment and ability to work in a highly confidential and results-oriented environment. Ability to gather and analyze/synthesize data, confirming its accuracy and adequacy as an integral part of the collective analysis/synthesis process. Demonstrated effective leadership and influencing skills and practices. Strong organizational skills with high level of attention to detail and accuracy. Ability to interact with individuals throughout the organization and outside counsel in a professional manner. Commitment to company's high standard of safety and willing and able to comply with all safety laws, as well as company's safety policies standards and procedures. Able to display commitment to company's safety culture through personal behavior and willingness to influence others. Must be willing to report safety violations and potential safety violations to appropriate supervisory or management personnel. Ability to maintain organization in a changing environment. Ability to multi-task and establish priorities. Must have strong communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively. Must have excellent team-working and organizational skills. Work effectively alone or as part of a team on projects. Exercise sound judgments and make decisions in a manner consistent with the essential job functions. Maintain flexible attitude and approach towards assignments and successfully operate under ambiguous guidelines. Able to maintain regular and acceptable attendance. Available and willing to travel to such locations and with such frequency as determined necessary to meet business needs. PC proficiency required - competency with Microsoft Office Software suite version 2007 or greater.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-03

Senior Staff Attorney-insurance Defense

Frisco TX Senior Staff Attorney-Insurance Defense The candidate will analyze complex legal and factual issues, conduct extensive, well-reasoned legal research, independently develop and present defense strategies on behalf of clients, as well as in the prosecution of subrogation actions on behalf of The Hartford. Will prepare complex pleadings, written discovery, depositions, motions and briefs in support of defense strategies without supervision because of level of experience and expertise. Will provide effective and timely communications, information, legal advice and other services to clients and claims on legal and factual issues. Will communicate with the court, witnesses, opposing counsel and co-counsel in a manner consistent with established office procedures. Will be responsible for the prompt, efficient and effective disposition of assigned cases. Independently prepares and presents witnesses and evidence at trials, judicial and administrative hearings, arbitrations and alternative dispute resolutions. Will research, draft, file and argue appellate briefs in reviewing courts on behalf of clients. Will attend continuing legal education seminars in order to maintain high level of professional expertise.

The candidate should have JD degree from accredited law school and license to practice in the state of Texas. Should be experienced litigation attorney; Focus on GL and Risk transfer Experience; Jury trial experience required. Should have 10+ years law practice, preferably within the insurance defense industry.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-01

Assistant General Counsel, Privacy Compliance

Plano TX Assistant General Counsel, Privacy Compliance The candidate will be overseeing enterprise compliance with general privacy laws, including GLBA and state equivalents, HIPAA, FCRA, privacy notice obligations, and other applicable privacy laws and regulations. Provides expert complex legal services for one or more departments. Draft and implement all applicable privacy policies and procedures for the company. Oversee appropriate notice distribution and opt out process. Review proposed data use cases and assist with corporate data governance function. Assist business unit attorneys with matters of privacy law. Work closely with business unit leaders. Participate in industry and professional groups on behalf of the company. Prepares or advises on complex legal documents or briefs such as: leases, licenses, purchase or sales agreements, employment contracts, litigation pleadings, insurance contracts or other company legal documents. Plans, conducts and supervises legal assignments which may have a major bearing on the conduct of the company s business. Conduct or participate in major and unique company litigation. Works closely with top management advising on changes in laws and regulations. Evaluates the impact on the company and may develop the company s position on the changes. Must have JD degree and State Bar admission. Should have 8-12 years of experience. Legal 8 - 12 Full-time 2017-11-30

Senior Attorney/ Managing Counsel, Ethics And Compliance

Houston TX Senior Attorney/ Managing Counsel, Ethics and Compliance The candidate s primary responsibility is to assist the Assistant General Counsel, Ethics and Compliance in providing legal support to the company in the area of ethics and compliance. Assist the AGC with strategic planning and compliance/integrity program implementation and enhancements; and in protecting the company and other affiliates from legal liabilities and risks (potential exposure for compliance-related violations and possible criminal sanctions against the company and individuals). Advise and counsel company and other affiliates about compliance issues and queries; coordinate with Legal and compliance/integrity teams in Europe, the Chief Compliance Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer (and their teams), as well as the other U.S. affiliates regarding compliance matters. Assist with management of the compliance function for TPRI (and other affiliates), with a primary focus on these areas: Anti-Bribery/Anti-Corruption; Anti-Trust/Competition Law; Anti-Boycott; Data Privacy; Fraud Prevention; Trade Compliance. Continually seek out best practices and tools to make the compliance program more effective and efficient. Create compliance communications, policies/procedures, and training, and deliver training. Participate in, and assist with management of, the Integrity/compliance network (a group of Integrity Officers enforcing/advocating ethics and compliance throughout the local business units). Monitor and provide updates to management regarding compliance-related developments. Oversee third party due diligence process, as well as gifts and hospitality register and compliance reporting obligations. Review and negotiate contracts (particularly service and consulting agreements; review of global contracts for appropriate compliance provisions). Assist with management and awareness of the Compliance Hotline and the annual Code of Conduct and Business Ethics Questionnaire. Assist with compliance-related audits; conduct assessments and participate in investigations as needed. Provide advice on ethics and compliance related questions. Work with and help manage outside counsel, principally in area of compliance. Liaise with other legal department members on various matters. Develop or assist in the development of compliance-related budget recommendations for the Legal Department. Juris Doctorate Degree from law school accredited by the American Bar Association and 5+ years of experience practicing law at a company, law firm or government agency required. 5-10 years of experience preferred. Experience with compliance program creation and implementation preferred. Knowledge: of significant compliance laws (FCPA, anti-bribery/anti-corruption laws, anti-trust and competition laws); of trade compliance matters a plus, including economic sanctions, export controls, FTZs, FTAs, C-TPAT and import requirements, anti-boycott regulations; of data privacy laws, Dodd-Frank and FERC regulations preferred. Excellent oral, written and presentation skills; effectively and creatively convey integrity and compliance based communications throughout the organization required. In-house experience preferred. French proficiency a plus. License to practice law or able to become licensed to practice in the state within 1 year required. Deadline: January 13, 2018. Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2017-11-30
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Litigation Counsel
Refer job# QWLG136881
 
Litigation Counsel The candidate will be handling and managing litigation and government enforcement matters across the US and supporting the global legal team in collaboration with regional team members. Will manage and/or support handling of diverse portfolio of litigation matters as well as matters in arbitration and mediation. Under the direction of Company leadership, handle responses to federal, state and local government inquiries, audits and enforcement matters. Advise on and/or handle full range of pre-litigation business disputes. Oversee litigation support activities such as e-discovery, data collection and processing. Work with firm's ethics and compliance team and other stakeholders (HR, internal audit, business leaders) on internal investigations. Advise legal department colleagues and other stakeholders on risk mitigation in contracting, delivery of HR services, product positioning and corporate communications. Manage relationships with outside counsel and legal service providers, enforcing budget discipline and innovating to achieve cost and operational efficiencies. Travel throughout the US and internationally as needed.

The candidate should have J.D. degree and membership in at least one relevant State Bar. Must have 7-10 years of experience as litigation counsel on a wide range of matters, including government enforcement matters and corporate internal investigations. Must have expertise in complex, high-stakes litigation e.g., in the areas of intellectual property and trade secrets, data privacy and security, cross-border issues, and government enforcement/white collar defense. Must have experience coordinating and driving to completion large-scale projects. California or Texas Bar Membership is preferred. Some in-house legal department experience is preferred. Experience with international dispute resolution is preferred. Experience with legal operations as they relate to litigation management is preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LYAM136886
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will perform all franchise legal matters for designated brands seamlessly as part of team. Will perform franchise legal matters, to include: maintain and draft all Franchise Disclosure Documents (and exhibits) in the US and Canada (e.g., annual FDD renewals, material changes, amendments); franchisee terminations, defaults, standstill agreements, work-outs, and releases; working with franchise administration on new, transfers, renewals, and amendments; and all other franchise-related matters. Outside franchise counsel assistance limited to registration of FDDs and on a limited as-needed and preapproved. Aggressively defend the franchise brands and pursue franchisees in default of their franchise agreement through mediation, arbitration, and litigation. Perform and manage with limited outside counsel s assistance franchise IP related matters such as trademark research, cease/desist letters, disputes, injunctions/TRO and other IP related. Perform all contract and marketing reviews within turnaround timeframe the business requires and according to the Group contract review policies. Create and evolve processes and procedures for efficiency and cost effectiveness for all responsibilities while creating training manuals and templates for others to easily. Communicate and work with brand presidents, officers, franchisees, attorneys, external contacts, and internal departments to perform responsibilities. Gain trust quickly. Use and continue paperless document management. Research and respond quickly to legal inquiries from company associates. Maintain confidentiality of proprietary. Interface with others in a professional manner and be a trusted go to. Should have a J.D. degree from an ABA accredited law school. Should preferably have 7+ years of experience. License to practice law is required. Knowledge of contracts is needed.
 
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Employment Law Staff Counsel/practice Administrator
Refer job# PRQK136834
 
Employment Law Staff Counsel/Practice Administrator The candidate will advise and counsel HR, management, and other clients on a range of labor and employment matters while escalating complex or high-risk matters to senior lawyers. Will develop processes to handle and coordinate legal claims, administrative charges, and other employment disputes. Will coordinate with the employment law team and manage the employment law team s calendar to ensure timely responses to all matters. Will manage the processing of agreements drafted by the employment law team. Will liaise with outside counsel and law firm personnel for billing matters, resolve billing issues, and ensure timely payment of amounts due. Will manage legal hold process. Will develop and maintain organized electronic and paper filing system. Will assist senior lawyers, outside counsel and paraprofessional staff with discovery, motion practice, and other matters relating to litigation or administrative actions. Will provide primary support for paraprofessional staff for recurrent employee matters such as garnishments, personnel record subpoenas, and requests for employee information. Will build and maintain strong relationships with other members of the legal team, the human resources team, and other teams to support employment law compliance

The candidate should be License to practice in one or more U.S. jurisdictions. Should have substantive knowledge of US federal employment law, and the employment laws of multiple state jurisdictions; Employment litigation experience in all pre-trial stages. Should have outstanding organization skills. Should have excellent attention to detail; Client oriented with a demonstrated ability to influence and build relationships. Should be team player who can share and support team s and client's vision, values, and goals. Should be effective communication skills, good judgment, and team-oriented. Should have a positive attitude, sense of humor, confident and independent.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Trial Attorney, Bodily Injury - Insurance Defense
Refer job# MILC136809
 
Trial Attorney, Bodily Injury - Insurance Defense The candidate will be a member of insurance defense litigation team, providing legal representation to Progressive insureds and/or to the Progressive Insurance Companies before courts and arbitration panels in all aspects of litigation. Handling own cases from beginning to end. Work closely with our customers and claims team to ensure all appropriate defenses are leveraged to reach positive outcomes. JD degree from an accredited law school is required. Active license to practice law in Texas is required. Should have 4 years of civil litigation experience. Should preferably have 8+ years of civil litigation experience including insurance defense. Extensive litigation experience with significant jury trial experience and proficiency is needed. Proficiency at conducting high level/expert discovery is needed. Listening, verbal and written communication skill is needed. Proficiency at conducting expert discovery is needed.
 
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Associate Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# HHTT136813
 
Associate Counsel, Privacy The candidate will serve as subject matter expert for legal issues related to privacy, data usage, and the protection of information assets of the company. Will provide legal guidance on privacy laws and regulations. Assists with management and oversight of comprehensive privacy compliance program for entire company and all related issues, projects, initiatives, and training. Provide advice, with supervision to business partners on privacy and data protection issues, as well as social media, technology, and licensing issues as needed. Advise business partners of applicability of privacy laws such as Regulation S-P, FCRA, and GDPR to business initiatives. Draft company-wide and department-specific education on privacy issue under the direction of the Chief Privacy Officer. Maintain and test the company privacy-related policies, data classified policies, incident response policies, BYOD and corporate device use policies, and social media usage policies. Draft, with the guidance of the Chief Privacy Officer, new privacy-related policies as needed. Track legal and regulation changes related to privacy and cybersecurity. Monitor rules, regulations and emerging trends relative to privacy and data protection. Apply knowledge of business operations to evolving privacy laws to identify potential needed changes, and work with business partners to implement appropriate and required protections. Lead low and medium sensitivity personal information incidents. Provide legal support for personal information incidents. Provide legal guidance to security event response teams as needed. Answer questions and provide guidance on legal issues surrounding emerging technologies, especially as such impact privacy and information security.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree. CIPP/US, CIPP/IT, or CIPM preferred. Specific industry and legal experience in the privacy and data security fields preferred. Must have 2-5 years of total experience with 1+ year of related experience. Military education or experience may be considered in lieu of civilian requirements listed. Familiarity with technology and network systems sufficient to allow efficient communication with technology and cybersecurity organizations is required. Knowledge and experience with privacy and cybersecurity legal and regulatory issues related to financial services in the US is needed. Should have familiarity with privacy and cybersecurity laws in other industries and jurisdictions, including APEC and EU.
 
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Senior Counsel And Assistant Corporate Secretary
Refer job# VXZL136797
 
Senior Counsel and Assistant Corporate Secretary The candidate will develop Board and Committee agendas, assist in preparation of Board and Committee materials. Will attend and create record of all Board and Committee meetings. Responsible for ensuring Board materials are prepared and disseminated in a timely fashion to Board members. Responsible for payment of Board members fees, retainers and expenses. Review and revise Committee charters and Corporate Governance guidelines based on changes in law/practice and submit for Committee approval on annual basis. SEC/NYSE and securities law matters. Prepare all necessary NYSE filings including reporting of shares on a quarterly basis, maintaining filings of officers/directors and Committee members, preparation of listing applications as needed. Prepare SEC filings including review of quarterly / annual reports, drafting of current reports as necessary, draft and file proxy statement and Section 16 filings for officers and directors. Organize and handle annual meeting of stockholders. Participate in and perform securities law work for any public offering of debt or equity, merger or acquisition contemplated by the Company. Participate in any financing arrangement of the Company including entry into new credit facilities, etc. Prepare annual officer and director questionnaires; perform independence analysis under SEC/NYSE rules. Maintain equity plans and other compensation arrangements including change-in-control agreements, long-term incentive plans and related grant agreements. Review securities laws changes to ensure adequate disclosure in annual/quarterly reports and proxy statement. Corporate governance matters and subsidiary matters. Periodically review corporate governance issues and keep Board informed of shareholder concerns, ISS/Glass Lewis views on corporate governance issues. Maintain Company articles/bylaws, indemnification agreements to ensure up to date with recent law changes, etc. Assist marketing, operations and tax in structuring efforts internationally including formation of new foreign subsidiaries, branches or joint ventures. Maintain corporate subsidiaries including annual / special meetings, annual accounts, officer and director elections and transactional minutes/consents as necessary. Prepare and file all annual filings for states in which subsidiaries are incorporated, and those in which we are qualified to do business as well as foreign location filings. Dissolve unnecessary subsidiaries, streamline reporting when possible. JD degree from an accredited law school with transactional sand securities law experience is required. Should preferably have in house and in private practice of 10+ years of experience. Proficient in Microsoft Office product is needed. Exepertise in securities laws and corporate law is essential.
 
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Counsel - Compliance
Refer job# FDMZ136803
 
Counsel Responsibilities : The candidate will support the Chief Compliance Officer in managing the Company's global compliance program, with a focus on contracts and third-party agent due diligence. Assist the Chief Compliance Officer on legal issues including but not limited to anti-corruption laws, antitrust, import/export controls, trade sanctions and boycotts. Review all compliance-related contract provisions, including drilling contract, joint venture agreements, vendor contracts, and master service agreements. Review and revise all drilling contracts to meet company contract guidelines and ensure the company is protected from a compliance perspective. Vet, evaluate and monitor proposed joint venture partners and transactions. Conduct legal/compliance due diligence of proposed joint venture partners in different jurisdictions. Responsible for all third party monitoring and approvals, including third-party intermediaries. Assist the Chief Compliance Officer on Intermediary Committee related activities. Oversee compliance department hold alerts. Manage external compliance due diligence questionnaires, certification requests and other related matters. Manage all compliance-related aspects of rig sales. Manage and coordinate outside counsel's activities on compliance matters. Participate in in-country audits of third-party intermediaries. Provide in-person compliance training to employees and business partners on topical compliance risk areas. Participate in the development of in-person and online compliance training. Participate in internal and external investigations, as necessary. Other duties as assigned.

Requirements : The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate Degree from an accredited college or university. Minimum of 4 years of legal experience (combination of law firm and in-house). Licensed to practice law and in good standing in the state of Texas or another US state. Foreign language capabilities, particularly Portuguese and French (Preferred). Detailed understanding of anti-corruption laws including the FCPA and the UK Bribery Act. Demonstrates ethical judgment and ability to work in a highly confidential and results-oriented environment. Ability to gather and analyze/synthesize data, confirming its accuracy and adequacy as an integral part of the collective analysis/synthesis process. Demonstrated effective leadership and influencing skills and practices. Strong organizational skills with high level of attention to detail and accuracy. Ability to interact with individuals throughout the organization and outside counsel in a professional manner. Commitment to company's high standard of safety and willing and able to comply with all safety laws, as well as company's safety policies standards and procedures. Able to display commitment to company's safety culture through personal behavior and willingness to influence others. Must be willing to report safety violations and potential safety violations to appropriate supervisory or management personnel. Ability to maintain organization in a changing environment. Ability to multi-task and establish priorities. Must have strong communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively. Must have excellent team-working and organizational skills. Work effectively alone or as part of a team on projects. Exercise sound judgments and make decisions in a manner consistent with the essential job functions. Maintain flexible attitude and approach towards assignments and successfully operate under ambiguous guidelines. Able to maintain regular and acceptable attendance. Available and willing to travel to such locations and with such frequency as determined necessary to meet business needs. PC proficiency required - competency with Microsoft Office Software suite version 2007 or greater.
 
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Senior Staff Attorney-insurance Defense
Refer job# NUFB136787
 
Senior Staff Attorney-Insurance Defense The candidate will analyze complex legal and factual issues, conduct extensive, well-reasoned legal research, independently develop and present defense strategies on behalf of clients, as well as in the prosecution of subrogation actions on behalf of The Hartford. Will prepare complex pleadings, written discovery, depositions, motions and briefs in support of defense strategies without supervision because of level of experience and expertise. Will provide effective and timely communications, information, legal advice and other services to clients and claims on legal and factual issues. Will communicate with the court, witnesses, opposing counsel and co-counsel in a manner consistent with established office procedures. Will be responsible for the prompt, efficient and effective disposition of assigned cases. Independently prepares and presents witnesses and evidence at trials, judicial and administrative hearings, arbitrations and alternative dispute resolutions. Will research, draft, file and argue appellate briefs in reviewing courts on behalf of clients. Will attend continuing legal education seminars in order to maintain high level of professional expertise.

The candidate should have JD degree from accredited law school and license to practice in the state of Texas. Should be experienced litigation attorney; Focus on GL and Risk transfer Experience; Jury trial experience required. Should have 10+ years law practice, preferably within the insurance defense industry.
 
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Assistant General Counsel, Privacy Compliance
Refer job# QLER136776
 
Assistant General Counsel, Privacy Compliance The candidate will be overseeing enterprise compliance with general privacy laws, including GLBA and state equivalents, HIPAA, FCRA, privacy notice obligations, and other applicable privacy laws and regulations. Provides expert complex legal services for one or more departments. Draft and implement all applicable privacy policies and procedures for the company. Oversee appropriate notice distribution and opt out process. Review proposed data use cases and assist with corporate data governance function. Assist business unit attorneys with matters of privacy law. Work closely with business unit leaders. Participate in industry and professional groups on behalf of the company. Prepares or advises on complex legal documents or briefs such as: leases, licenses, purchase or sales agreements, employment contracts, litigation pleadings, insurance contracts or other company legal documents. Plans, conducts and supervises legal assignments which may have a major bearing on the conduct of the company s business. Conduct or participate in major and unique company litigation. Works closely with top management advising on changes in laws and regulations. Evaluates the impact on the company and may develop the company s position on the changes. Must have JD degree and State Bar admission. Should have 8-12 years of experience.
 
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Senior Attorney/ Managing Counsel, Ethics And Compliance
Refer job# TTLX136780
 
Senior Attorney/ Managing Counsel, Ethics and Compliance The candidate s primary responsibility is to assist the Assistant General Counsel, Ethics and Compliance in providing legal support to the company in the area of ethics and compliance. Assist the AGC with strategic planning and compliance/integrity program implementation and enhancements; and in protecting the company and other affiliates from legal liabilities and risks (potential exposure for compliance-related violations and possible criminal sanctions against the company and individuals). Advise and counsel company and other affiliates about compliance issues and queries; coordinate with Legal and compliance/integrity teams in Europe, the Chief Compliance Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer (and their teams), as well as the other U.S. affiliates regarding compliance matters. Assist with management of the compliance function for TPRI (and other affiliates), with a primary focus on these areas: Anti-Bribery/Anti-Corruption; Anti-Trust/Competition Law; Anti-Boycott; Data Privacy; Fraud Prevention; Trade Compliance. Continually seek out best practices and tools to make the compliance program more effective and efficient. Create compliance communications, policies/procedures, and training, and deliver training. Participate in, and assist with management of, the Integrity/compliance network (a group of Integrity Officers enforcing/advocating ethics and compliance throughout the local business units). Monitor and provide updates to management regarding compliance-related developments. Oversee third party due diligence process, as well as gifts and hospitality register and compliance reporting obligations. Review and negotiate contracts (particularly service and consulting agreements; review of global contracts for appropriate compliance provisions). Assist with management and awareness of the Compliance Hotline and the annual Code of Conduct and Business Ethics Questionnaire. Assist with compliance-related audits; conduct assessments and participate in investigations as needed. Provide advice on ethics and compliance related questions. Work with and help manage outside counsel, principally in area of compliance. Liaise with other legal department members on various matters. Develop or assist in the development of compliance-related budget recommendations for the Legal Department. Juris Doctorate Degree from law school accredited by the American Bar Association and 5+ years of experience practicing law at a company, law firm or government agency required. 5-10 years of experience preferred. Experience with compliance program creation and implementation preferred. Knowledge: of significant compliance laws (FCPA, anti-bribery/anti-corruption laws, anti-trust and competition laws); of trade compliance matters a plus, including economic sanctions, export controls, FTZs, FTAs, C-TPAT and import requirements, anti-boycott regulations; of data privacy laws, Dodd-Frank and FERC regulations preferred. Excellent oral, written and presentation skills; effectively and creatively convey integrity and compliance based communications throughout the organization required. In-house experience preferred. French proficiency a plus. License to practice law or able to become licensed to practice in the state within 1 year required. Deadline: January 13, 2018.
 
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