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Senior Contracts Counsel - Us Technology Transactions

Austin TX Senior Contracts Counsel - US Technology Transactions Duties: Lead agreement negotiation for the sale of information technology products and services (including outsourcing, managed, and professional service engagements, and the resale of third-party products and services). Draft and negotiate a wide range of commercial and public sector customer agreements. Collaborate with Sales, Operations, Finance, Legal, Tax, and Services teams to ensure that agreements adequately protect the company's interests. Review and provide guidance on terms and conditions contained in RFPs and sales proposals.

Qualifications: ?J.D. degree with admission to at least one State Bar. Must have 8+ years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experienced sales contracts attorney with expertise in domestic and international sales contract negotiations, transactional, and/or in-house corporate legal experience. Strong negotiation skills with a proven track record of successfully negotiating large, complex deals. Detailed knowledge of commercial contracts terms. Desired Qualifications: Experience in the technology industry. Experience negotiating software, hardware and/or services contracts, including 'as-a-service' subscription contracts. Experience with public sector procurements.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-14

Senior Corporate Counsel, Real Estate

Dallas TX Senior Corporate Counsel, Real Estate DUTIES: Structure, negotiate and draft agreements related to the acquisition and development, or redevelopment, construction, financing, operation and disposition of real estate and data center projects in the United States and internationally. Negotiate and draft confidentiality agreements and vendor contracts as well as power supply agreements (conventional and renewables). Support real estate matters in connection with M&A projects. Support real estate asset management activities, including project financing. Support and monitor compliance with agreements. Support and supervise outside counsel.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must have a Juris Doctor degree. Admitted to practice law and be a member of the bar. Must be an active member of a state bar. Must have 4+ years experience as a practicing lawyer, preferably initially with a national law firm before moving to an in-house position. Must have experience advising clients on real estate matters with heavy emphasis on acquisition, development and financing of real estate projects, ideally data centers or other critical infrastructure; Experience managing other attorneys and paralegals. International experience a plus. Must have exceptional multi-tasking skills, with the ability to set priorities and work on several projects simultaneously. Ability to work independently and self-manage projects; strong project and people management skills
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-14

Vice President And Deputy General Counsel / Compliance Officer

Dallas TX Vice President and Deputy General Counsel / Compliance Officer - Remote Duties: Acts as the Deputy Compliance Officer, and plays a critical enterprise role working with his/her peers from other business lines. Works closely with the Chief Compliance Officer and senior management team to provide timely, practical and actionable legal advice enabling to remain one of the leaders in the industry. Provides timely, strategic, and practical legal advice and support to senior business leadership regarding business practices, corporate strategies, policy interpretation, compliance, contractual disputes, litigation, and legal trends. Participates as a key member of the Senior Leadership Team. Develops, drives, and implements legal strategy that supports business unit's growth. Anticipates and identifies legal issues and proactively develops effective and practical legal strategies and solutions to address risk in support of an innovative, transformative, and consumer focused business. Develops, implements, and updates legal policies, procedures, and practices in coordination with senior leadership. Specifies internal governance policies and regularly monitors compliance. Drafts and solidifies agreements, contracts, and other legal documents. Oversees and directs a legal and support team who manages all legal matters pertaining to the lines of business and its business strategy and priorities. Actively participates in annual and multi-year strategic planning activities. Responsible for hiring, developing, training, and retaining high-quality, productive employees with a focus on growing future leaders. Responsible for special strategic projects and initiatives as delegated by the Chief Compliance Officer. Serves as a thought leader to business and to the Corporate Affairs Department. Recognizes patients rights and responsibilities and supports them in the performance of job duties; respects patient's rights to privacy and confidentiality. Completes assigned paperwork/documents as directed in a timely manner. Shares knowledge gained with other staff members and works as a team member. Interacts with others in a positive, respectful, and considerate manner.

Qualifications: JD Degree is required. Licensed attorney in good standing is required. 5-10+ years of post-bar experience in DEA, FDA, law firm and/or an in-house corporate setting is required. Experience with executive management and board-level presentations and decision-making preferred. Prior in-house experience in a Fortune 500 public company preferably in pharma or healthcare preferred. Prior Government Affairs experience at the national level preferred. Exceptional judgment and the ability to engender immediate trust. Ability to lead a large team of legal professionals in a dynamic environment. Demonstrated ability to develop relationships with key constituents and be viewed as a trusted advisor to the business and someone who can see opportunities in the midst of uncertainty. Calm influence and stewardship through crisis or adverse circumstances; open, flexible, collaborative, positive and proactive disposition and communication style. Ability to influence constituencies in multiple areas of the business. Ability to innovate, anticipate the future, work toward continuous improvement. Create and lead with a sense of urgency and translate strategy into action. Communicate for impact adjusting to fit audience; clear, candid, concise, persuasive. Drive for results with energy; takes initiative; organized, resourceful and planful; skilled at marshaling multiple/matrixed resources to get things done. Strong in cross-functional communication and collaboration. Strong critical thinking and analytical skills. Demonstrate ability to meet deadlines and provide accurate information in a dynamic environment. Ability to exercise good judgment in evaluation situations and advising in accordance to laws and regulations. Strong work ethic with personal qualities of integrity and credibility. Ability to deal with highly sensitive and confidential material. Demonstrate strategic thinking with an entrepreneurial spirit. Ability to plan and manage at both the strategic and operational levels. Excellent organization and communication skills.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2022-01-13

Svp, General Counsel - Insurance

San Antonio TX SVP, General Counsel - Insurance Responsibilities: Leads design and execution of the P&C Group and Life Company Group legal strategy, taking into account business strategy, and legal, regulatory, and supervisory requirements. Exemplifies mission, core values, culture, and desired behaviors - including a culture of risk awareness and accountability. Develops talent in the Insurance General Counsel to deliver performance and results - including the identification, development, and retention of talent with requisite legal experience and capabilities as well as providing leadership and overseeing performance management and staff development activities. Supervises and drives operational planning of the Insurance Counsel. Oversees funding, budgeting and execution of legal initiatives and projects across Insurance Counsel. Holds self and others accountable to meet commitments by setting and clearly communicating expectations and roles and responsibilities. Identify and manage existing and emerging risks that stem from business activities and the job role. Ensure risks associated with business activities are effectively identified, measured, monitored, and controlled. Follow written risk and compliance policies and procedures for business activities. Provides legal advice and counsel to the President, P&C Group and their direct and indirect reports on all aspects of the business of the P&C Group as well as Enterprise actions, strategies, and initiatives. Provides legal advice and counsel to the President, Life Company Group and their direct and indirect reports on all aspects of Life Company Group business (which includes a broker-dealer and investment adviser) as well as Enterprise actions, strategies, and initiatives. Supports and leads the communication of the position on legal and regulatory matters to regulatory bodies, trade associations, and legal interest groups as it relates to all insurance products and services. Ensures timely, accurate and cost-effective legal advice is provided to senior management regarding legal and regulatory matters. Provides enterprise regulatory support through partnership and collaboration with key clients and stakeholders, including legal, compliance, risk, and business partners, for the purpose of influencing decisions and managing legal risks to achieve strategic goals. Supports and collaborates with the Litigation group to manage litigation risk to the P&C Group and Life Company Group. Proactively monitors and analyzes developments in both internal and external environments and recommends appropriate legal or regulatory strategies. Serves as a member of the Chief Legal Office (CLO) leadership team, advising, leading, and supporting strategies to ensure effective and efficient delivery of CLO services across. Supports the negotiation of and drafting and advising on the legal implications of, legally binding agreements, forms, and other documents (including electronic documents) for the P&C Group and Life Group companies. Proactively identifies and manages existing and emerging legal risks that stem from business activities related to insurance products and services, in alignment with's legal risk appetite. Interacts with or participates in governance committees, such as: P&C Senior Management Committee (SMC), P&C New Activities Committee (PNAAC), P&C Financial Strength Group, Legal Risk Management Committees for Chief Legal Office, P&C, Life, Life Senior Management Committee. Advises and participates in multiple Boards for P&C Group and Life Company.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree is required. JD Degree from an accredited law school is required. 15+ years of experience providing legal advice to property and casualty insurance organizations with a proven track record leading comparable operations and programs is required. Industry certification, such as being a member in good standing of at least one state bar and ability to meet applicable additional state bar requirements is required. 10+ years of people leadership experience in building, managing and/or developing high-performing teams is required. 10+ years of relevant experience in a large financial institution ($100 billion +), including 5+ years post-Dodd Frank, in a legal role is preferred OR 10+ years of relevant experience in an insurance company in a senior staff role within a legal department is preferred. Demonstrated understanding of the full spectrum of regulatory actions, including examinations and other supervisory engagement and processes, such as: State unfair and deceptive practices laws and regulations that apply to insurance, State fair claims settlement practices laws and regulations, State insurance laws and regulations regarding pricing, product and underwriting, State privacy laws and regulations, Texas insurance laws, Texas Insurance Code, NAIC Financial Condition Examiners Handbook, New York Department of Financial Services state insurance priorities, New York Insurance Law, Federal Securities Law, Federal laws that expressly apply to insurance including:, Fair Credit Reporting Act, McCarran-Ferguson, Sherman Act, Clayton Act, Gramm-Leach-Bliley.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Attorney Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance

San Antonio TX Attorney - Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance Duties: Identifies and manages existing and emerging risks that stem from business activities and the job role. Ensures risks associated with business activities are effectively identified, measured, monitored, and controlled. Follows written risk and compliance policies and procedures for business activities. Provides legal counsel to support business objectives and mitigate regulatory, compliance, and litigation risk to the Company. Leads complex legal assignments with a high level of business impact and delivers appropriate solutions. Effectively communicates with stakeholders and varying levels of leadership in both verbal and written forms. Produces clear and concise legal positions. Proactively monitors and analyzes changes in laws, regulations, and industry and advises appropriate organizational leadership of such changes in a timely manner. Proactively collaborates across the Company and the Chief Legal Office to mitigate risk. Works effectively with outside counsel or contract professionals to complete assignments. Assists more senior attorneys in providing advice and counsel on highly complex matters. Ensures escalation of matters presenting a more significant risk to more senior attorneys. Serves as a resource to less experienced team members.

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited School. Juris Doctor Degree from an Accredited Law School. Licensed and in good standing to practice law in one state or a territory of the USA. 6+ years of relevant experience with 4+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Ability to communicate legal advice effectively to business partners. Preferred Qualifications: 5+ years of directly supporting insurance boards of directors and committees thereof. Experience creating and revising corporate governance documents including committee charters, corporate governance guidelines, and bylaws. Experience preparing for board meetings including review of board materials, agendas, and calendars. Knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to the governance of insurance and insurance holding companies. Experience addressing and correcting regulatory observations and audit findings. Ability to comfortably collaborate with senior management on corporate governance matters.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-12

Assistant General Counsel - Employment - Remote

Houston TX Assistant General Counsel - Employment - Remote Duties: Provide timely and practical legal advice to meet the labor/employment legal needs of a global company. Support the People Team leadership team, providing strategic legal advice on employment topics. Provide day-to-day guidance to People Team members and business leaders on a variety of employment topics, including hiring, performance management, employee relations, leaves of absence and accommodations, wage and hour, workplace safety regulations (OSHA), discipline and termination, compensation, benefits, and data privacy. Partner closely and collaboratively with investigative functions, providing day-to-day employment law advice relating to internal investigations. Manage employment-related litigation, including responding to attorney demand letters, effectively negotiating the resolution of claims, and making recommendations to the People Team and senior management on corrective action. Oversee and manage outside counsel on employment litigation or investigations matters to ensure high-quality, cost-effective service, leveraging an established network of outside counsel. Review and enhance employee policies, procedures, handbooks, and training to ensure compliance with international employment and labor laws. Monitor changes to international employment and labor regulations and advises the Chief People Officer and Chief Compliance Officer about necessary programmatic changes.

Qualifications: License to practice law in the United States, with strong academic credentials. 8-10 years of labor & employment law experience, including 4-6 years as in-house counsel for an international corporation. Experience working in Latin America is a plus. Data privacy experience is beneficial. Excellent verbal and written English. Spanish or Portuguese is an asset. Strong understanding of international labor & employment laws, and ideally data privacy laws. Exceptional problem-solving skills, excellent judgment, strategic thinking, and business acumen. Ability to quickly analyze and propose a course of action. Ability to work effectively with people across all levels, cultures, and geographies to build cross-functional relationships in a global, decentralized setting. Executive presence, including excellent written and presentation skills; tactful and sensitive to diverse cultural norms and ways of communicating. Energized by a wide scope of responsibilities, open to possibilities, and a proactive, can-do attitude. Able to manage multiple projects simultaneously, focusing on critical priorities in a fast-paced, and at times, high-stress work environment. Strong work ethic and ability to produce high-quality work under deadline pressures. Honesty, integrity, and a clear appreciation for the confidentiality of the work we do.
Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2022-01-12

Corporate Securities and Finance Counsel

Dallas TX Corporate Securities and Finance Counsel The candidate will primarily focus on ensuring compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations, general corporate governance matters, and advising the corporate finance and tax departments on a wide range of matters. Will ensure compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations, including the '33 and '34 Act (including by advising and preparing necessary materials relating to all public filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, Proxy Statements, 8-Ks, Section 16 filings and Registration Statements). Advise on securities law issues, including with regard to corporate insider trading policy and Regulation FD. Advise on corporate governance matters and maintain corporate governance documents. Advise on corporate compensation matters, including with regard to equity and compensation programs. Monitor voting guidelines of proxy advisory firms and institutional investors. Provide oversight (including preparation of applicable documentation) of Rule 10b5-1 trading plans. Provide oversight of the subsidiary management function. Work with the finance group, including with regard to credit facilities. Work with the tax group, including with regard to reorganization transactions. Assist other members of the legal team and corporate management on a broad range of corporate legal matters as necessary. Must have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school with 6+ years of practical legal experience working on corporate securities and finance matters. Should preferably be a graduate of a top-tier law school. In-house experience is desired. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-08

Corporate Counsel/Privacy

Dallas TX Corporate Counsel/Privacy Duties: Review and negotiate order forms, statements of work, master agreements, and other commercial agreements relating to SaaS, IP licensing, professional services, sponsorships, marketing, events, and more. Provide strategic and practical legal advice to departments across the company, including to our affiliates and subsidiaries throughout the world. Collaborate with all members of the legal team across office locations, including attorney and non-attorney personnel. Contribute to the continuous improvement of document templates, alternate language playbooks, and internal resource documents. Provide training and guidance to employees on legal issues, best practices, and company policies. Support general business operations and assist with special projects.

Qualifications: JD from an accredited law school and an active bar member (preferably barred in WA and/or MA bar). 4 years of relevant legal experience (ideally in-house at a cloud software company) though individuals with less experience may be considered for an Associate Corporate Counsel role.Comfort and general understanding of technology, software, and data. Experience negotiating a variety of different types of contracts and working with different departments. Ability to balance legal risk and business need while upholding the company's business standards and risk tolerance. Excellent interpersonal skills, business judgment, and strategic thinking. Able to operate in a fast-paced environment that places a high premium on excellence, execution, and teamwork.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-06

Senior Corporate Counsel

Dallas TX Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide customer and vendor contract review, guidance on risk management and mitigation across the Enterprise. Assist with claims/litigation management including coordination with insurance carriers, outside counsel, document production, strategy options, and lessons learned. Develop training materials and provides training as assigned. Provide legal services concerning procurement and contracting laws, rules, policies and procedures and privacy/data security,. Be creative, attentive, and willing to learn from clients living and breathing many different aspects of the Enterprise. Advise internal clients not only on today's risk but also anticipating future risk and helping them be prepared. Travel as necessary to better understand client's operational framework and needs. Draft, update and maintain policies as necessary. Contribute significantly and positively to the development of a Legal Department. Be aligned with the vision and mission of the Legal Department to ensure consistent messaging and risk tolerance.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and 12+ years of prior law firm experience preferred. May substitute in-house legal experience for law firm experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Licensed and in good standing in at least one State Bar. Hands-on legal experience with technology and privacy compliance and related regulatory issues. Experience managing variety of projects and tasks simultaneously on-time and within financial budgets. Demonstrated pattern of collaborating, giving and receiving direct feedback, and being motivated to constantly improve all aspects of in-house practice. Actively seeks information about situations; strives to understand the rationale and implications for changes. Demonstrated ability to communicate concisely and candidly. Strong sense of and commitment to ethics and compliance. Strong communication skills, including an ability to provide succinct advice to Senior Management.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2022-01-06

Avp Privacy Counsel

Fort Worth TX AVP Privacy Counsel Duties: Provide continued organization and coordination of organizational privacy processes and efforts (US and global). Provide continued development and maintenance of a comprehensive privacy program which minimizes risk and maintains the confidentiality of personal information of consumers and employees and other applicable company data. Work collaboratively with Cybersecurity to ensure continuous alignment between Cybersecurity and privacy compliance programs (including policies, practices and programs). Work collaboratively with Cybersecurity, Compliance, IT, Purchasing and other business functions to embed privacy related requirements within new and existing processes, projects and teams. Process and decision Initial Assessments submitted through the Privacy portal. Work collaboratively with various business units at all levels of the organization on privacy matters. Maintain up-to-date knowledge of privacy laws and events. Assist in developing and/or maintaining privacy related policies, procedures, awareness and training. Ensure privacy requirements are properly captured and maintained within business systems. Assist in managing customer privacy notice revisions and processes. Create and maintain various reporting. Provide support for implementation of new privacy laws and requirements. Perform other duties as assigned. Conform with all company policies and procedures.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree required. Master's Degree required. 5-7 years of relevant experience required. Knowledge of US Privacy laws, with focus on financial institution data. Applicable global privacy laws. Knowledge of information technology systems, infrastructure and operations preferable. Excellent communication skills including ability to express facts and ideas clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Analytical ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions. Self-motivated, able to work independently and as part of a team, in a fast-paced environment. Ability to relate well with others, build relationships and constructively interact with a variety of people and situations. Ability to use Microsoft Office applications software. Ability to use appropriate analysis, judgment and logic when solving problems and making decisions. Conversant in information technology and related privacy issues.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2022-01-06
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Assistant Counsel - Energy Investments
In-House,E2 Investments LLC
Location : The Woodlands Texas United States

We are seeking an assistant counsel to become a part of our small team in The Woodlands as assistant to the general counsel to provide overall legal support to a family office. Our main activities include (i) investments in the energy industry, inclu... + read more

dec 21, 2021


Corporate Counsel - Financial Services
In-House,VMware, Inc.
Location : Austin, TX, United States

Corporate Counsel - Financial Services The candidate will be the lead lawyer supporting the company's financial services industry vertical customers, including some of the largest banks in the world. Will serve as a trusted advisor to members of the... + read more

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Senior Contracts Counsel - Us Technology Transactions
Refer job# WIMC165023
 
Senior Contracts Counsel - US Technology Transactions Duties: Lead agreement negotiation for the sale of information technology products and services (including outsourcing, managed, and professional service engagements, and the resale of third-party products and services). Draft and negotiate a wide range of commercial and public sector customer agreements. Collaborate with Sales, Operations, Finance, Legal, Tax, and Services teams to ensure that agreements adequately protect the company's interests. Review and provide guidance on terms and conditions contained in RFPs and sales proposals.

Qualifications: ?J.D. degree with admission to at least one State Bar. Must have 8+ years of relevant experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Experienced sales contracts attorney with expertise in domestic and international sales contract negotiations, transactional, and/or in-house corporate legal experience. Strong negotiation skills with a proven track record of successfully negotiating large, complex deals. Detailed knowledge of commercial contracts terms. Desired Qualifications: Experience in the technology industry. Experience negotiating software, hardware and/or services contracts, including 'as-a-service' subscription contracts. Experience with public sector procurements.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# REFW165035
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Real Estate DUTIES: Structure, negotiate and draft agreements related to the acquisition and development, or redevelopment, construction, financing, operation and disposition of real estate and data center projects in the United States and internationally. Negotiate and draft confidentiality agreements and vendor contracts as well as power supply agreements (conventional and renewables). Support real estate matters in connection with M&A projects. Support real estate asset management activities, including project financing. Support and monitor compliance with agreements. Support and supervise outside counsel.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must have a Juris Doctor degree. Admitted to practice law and be a member of the bar. Must be an active member of a state bar. Must have 4+ years experience as a practicing lawyer, preferably initially with a national law firm before moving to an in-house position. Must have experience advising clients on real estate matters with heavy emphasis on acquisition, development and financing of real estate projects, ideally data centers or other critical infrastructure; Experience managing other attorneys and paralegals. International experience a plus. Must have exceptional multi-tasking skills, with the ability to set priorities and work on several projects simultaneously. Ability to work independently and self-manage projects; strong project and people management skills
 
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Vice President And Deputy General Counsel / Compliance Officer
Refer job# AKTB165013
 
Vice President and Deputy General Counsel / Compliance Officer - Remote Duties: Acts as the Deputy Compliance Officer, and plays a critical enterprise role working with his/her peers from other business lines. Works closely with the Chief Compliance Officer and senior management team to provide timely, practical and actionable legal advice enabling to remain one of the leaders in the industry. Provides timely, strategic, and practical legal advice and support to senior business leadership regarding business practices, corporate strategies, policy interpretation, compliance, contractual disputes, litigation, and legal trends. Participates as a key member of the Senior Leadership Team. Develops, drives, and implements legal strategy that supports business unit's growth. Anticipates and identifies legal issues and proactively develops effective and practical legal strategies and solutions to address risk in support of an innovative, transformative, and consumer focused business. Develops, implements, and updates legal policies, procedures, and practices in coordination with senior leadership. Specifies internal governance policies and regularly monitors compliance. Drafts and solidifies agreements, contracts, and other legal documents. Oversees and directs a legal and support team who manages all legal matters pertaining to the lines of business and its business strategy and priorities. Actively participates in annual and multi-year strategic planning activities. Responsible for hiring, developing, training, and retaining high-quality, productive employees with a focus on growing future leaders. Responsible for special strategic projects and initiatives as delegated by the Chief Compliance Officer. Serves as a thought leader to business and to the Corporate Affairs Department. Recognizes patients rights and responsibilities and supports them in the performance of job duties; respects patient's rights to privacy and confidentiality. Completes assigned paperwork/documents as directed in a timely manner. Shares knowledge gained with other staff members and works as a team member. Interacts with others in a positive, respectful, and considerate manner.

Qualifications: JD Degree is required. Licensed attorney in good standing is required. 5-10+ years of post-bar experience in DEA, FDA, law firm and/or an in-house corporate setting is required. Experience with executive management and board-level presentations and decision-making preferred. Prior in-house experience in a Fortune 500 public company preferably in pharma or healthcare preferred. Prior Government Affairs experience at the national level preferred. Exceptional judgment and the ability to engender immediate trust. Ability to lead a large team of legal professionals in a dynamic environment. Demonstrated ability to develop relationships with key constituents and be viewed as a trusted advisor to the business and someone who can see opportunities in the midst of uncertainty. Calm influence and stewardship through crisis or adverse circumstances; open, flexible, collaborative, positive and proactive disposition and communication style. Ability to influence constituencies in multiple areas of the business. Ability to innovate, anticipate the future, work toward continuous improvement. Create and lead with a sense of urgency and translate strategy into action. Communicate for impact adjusting to fit audience; clear, candid, concise, persuasive. Drive for results with energy; takes initiative; organized, resourceful and planful; skilled at marshaling multiple/matrixed resources to get things done. Strong in cross-functional communication and collaboration. Strong critical thinking and analytical skills. Demonstrate ability to meet deadlines and provide accurate information in a dynamic environment. Ability to exercise good judgment in evaluation situations and advising in accordance to laws and regulations. Strong work ethic with personal qualities of integrity and credibility. Ability to deal with highly sensitive and confidential material. Demonstrate strategic thinking with an entrepreneurial spirit. Ability to plan and manage at both the strategic and operational levels. Excellent organization and communication skills.
 
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Svp, General Counsel - Insurance
Refer job# CZHV164958
 
SVP, General Counsel - Insurance Responsibilities: Leads design and execution of the P&C Group and Life Company Group legal strategy, taking into account business strategy, and legal, regulatory, and supervisory requirements. Exemplifies mission, core values, culture, and desired behaviors - including a culture of risk awareness and accountability. Develops talent in the Insurance General Counsel to deliver performance and results - including the identification, development, and retention of talent with requisite legal experience and capabilities as well as providing leadership and overseeing performance management and staff development activities. Supervises and drives operational planning of the Insurance Counsel. Oversees funding, budgeting and execution of legal initiatives and projects across Insurance Counsel. Holds self and others accountable to meet commitments by setting and clearly communicating expectations and roles and responsibilities. Identify and manage existing and emerging risks that stem from business activities and the job role. Ensure risks associated with business activities are effectively identified, measured, monitored, and controlled. Follow written risk and compliance policies and procedures for business activities. Provides legal advice and counsel to the President, P&C Group and their direct and indirect reports on all aspects of the business of the P&C Group as well as Enterprise actions, strategies, and initiatives. Provides legal advice and counsel to the President, Life Company Group and their direct and indirect reports on all aspects of Life Company Group business (which includes a broker-dealer and investment adviser) as well as Enterprise actions, strategies, and initiatives. Supports and leads the communication of the position on legal and regulatory matters to regulatory bodies, trade associations, and legal interest groups as it relates to all insurance products and services. Ensures timely, accurate and cost-effective legal advice is provided to senior management regarding legal and regulatory matters. Provides enterprise regulatory support through partnership and collaboration with key clients and stakeholders, including legal, compliance, risk, and business partners, for the purpose of influencing decisions and managing legal risks to achieve strategic goals. Supports and collaborates with the Litigation group to manage litigation risk to the P&C Group and Life Company Group. Proactively monitors and analyzes developments in both internal and external environments and recommends appropriate legal or regulatory strategies. Serves as a member of the Chief Legal Office (CLO) leadership team, advising, leading, and supporting strategies to ensure effective and efficient delivery of CLO services across. Supports the negotiation of and drafting and advising on the legal implications of, legally binding agreements, forms, and other documents (including electronic documents) for the P&C Group and Life Group companies. Proactively identifies and manages existing and emerging legal risks that stem from business activities related to insurance products and services, in alignment with's legal risk appetite. Interacts with or participates in governance committees, such as: P&C Senior Management Committee (SMC), P&C New Activities Committee (PNAAC), P&C Financial Strength Group, Legal Risk Management Committees for Chief Legal Office, P&C, Life, Life Senior Management Committee. Advises and participates in multiple Boards for P&C Group and Life Company.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree is required. JD Degree from an accredited law school is required. 15+ years of experience providing legal advice to property and casualty insurance organizations with a proven track record leading comparable operations and programs is required. Industry certification, such as being a member in good standing of at least one state bar and ability to meet applicable additional state bar requirements is required. 10+ years of people leadership experience in building, managing and/or developing high-performing teams is required. 10+ years of relevant experience in a large financial institution ($100 billion +), including 5+ years post-Dodd Frank, in a legal role is preferred OR 10+ years of relevant experience in an insurance company in a senior staff role within a legal department is preferred. Demonstrated understanding of the full spectrum of regulatory actions, including examinations and other supervisory engagement and processes, such as: State unfair and deceptive practices laws and regulations that apply to insurance, State fair claims settlement practices laws and regulations, State insurance laws and regulations regarding pricing, product and underwriting, State privacy laws and regulations, Texas insurance laws, Texas Insurance Code, NAIC Financial Condition Examiners Handbook, New York Department of Financial Services state insurance priorities, New York Insurance Law, Federal Securities Law, Federal laws that expressly apply to insurance including:, Fair Credit Reporting Act, McCarran-Ferguson, Sherman Act, Clayton Act, Gramm-Leach-Bliley.
 
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Attorney Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance
Refer job# HMSX164962
 
Attorney - Insurance Regulatory & Corporate Governance Duties: Identifies and manages existing and emerging risks that stem from business activities and the job role. Ensures risks associated with business activities are effectively identified, measured, monitored, and controlled. Follows written risk and compliance policies and procedures for business activities. Provides legal counsel to support business objectives and mitigate regulatory, compliance, and litigation risk to the Company. Leads complex legal assignments with a high level of business impact and delivers appropriate solutions. Effectively communicates with stakeholders and varying levels of leadership in both verbal and written forms. Produces clear and concise legal positions. Proactively monitors and analyzes changes in laws, regulations, and industry and advises appropriate organizational leadership of such changes in a timely manner. Proactively collaborates across the Company and the Chief Legal Office to mitigate risk. Works effectively with outside counsel or contract professionals to complete assignments. Assists more senior attorneys in providing advice and counsel on highly complex matters. Ensures escalation of matters presenting a more significant risk to more senior attorneys. Serves as a resource to less experienced team members.

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor's Degree from an Accredited School. Juris Doctor Degree from an Accredited Law School. Licensed and in good standing to practice law in one state or a territory of the USA. 6+ years of relevant experience with 4+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Ability to communicate legal advice effectively to business partners. Preferred Qualifications: 5+ years of directly supporting insurance boards of directors and committees thereof. Experience creating and revising corporate governance documents including committee charters, corporate governance guidelines, and bylaws. Experience preparing for board meetings including review of board materials, agendas, and calendars. Knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to the governance of insurance and insurance holding companies. Experience addressing and correcting regulatory observations and audit findings. Ability to comfortably collaborate with senior management on corporate governance matters.
 
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Assistant General Counsel - Employment - Remote
Refer job# XBZJ164980
 
Assistant General Counsel - Employment - Remote Duties: Provide timely and practical legal advice to meet the labor/employment legal needs of a global company. Support the People Team leadership team, providing strategic legal advice on employment topics. Provide day-to-day guidance to People Team members and business leaders on a variety of employment topics, including hiring, performance management, employee relations, leaves of absence and accommodations, wage and hour, workplace safety regulations (OSHA), discipline and termination, compensation, benefits, and data privacy. Partner closely and collaboratively with investigative functions, providing day-to-day employment law advice relating to internal investigations. Manage employment-related litigation, including responding to attorney demand letters, effectively negotiating the resolution of claims, and making recommendations to the People Team and senior management on corrective action. Oversee and manage outside counsel on employment litigation or investigations matters to ensure high-quality, cost-effective service, leveraging an established network of outside counsel. Review and enhance employee policies, procedures, handbooks, and training to ensure compliance with international employment and labor laws. Monitor changes to international employment and labor regulations and advises the Chief People Officer and Chief Compliance Officer about necessary programmatic changes.

Qualifications: License to practice law in the United States, with strong academic credentials. 8-10 years of labor & employment law experience, including 4-6 years as in-house counsel for an international corporation. Experience working in Latin America is a plus. Data privacy experience is beneficial. Excellent verbal and written English. Spanish or Portuguese is an asset. Strong understanding of international labor & employment laws, and ideally data privacy laws. Exceptional problem-solving skills, excellent judgment, strategic thinking, and business acumen. Ability to quickly analyze and propose a course of action. Ability to work effectively with people across all levels, cultures, and geographies to build cross-functional relationships in a global, decentralized setting. Executive presence, including excellent written and presentation skills; tactful and sensitive to diverse cultural norms and ways of communicating. Energized by a wide scope of responsibilities, open to possibilities, and a proactive, can-do attitude. Able to manage multiple projects simultaneously, focusing on critical priorities in a fast-paced, and at times, high-stress work environment. Strong work ethic and ability to produce high-quality work under deadline pressures. Honesty, integrity, and a clear appreciation for the confidentiality of the work we do.
 
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Corporate Securities and Finance Counsel
Refer job# ZECU164922
 
Corporate Securities and Finance Counsel The candidate will primarily focus on ensuring compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations, general corporate governance matters, and advising the corporate finance and tax departments on a wide range of matters. Will ensure compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations, including the '33 and '34 Act (including by advising and preparing necessary materials relating to all public filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, Proxy Statements, 8-Ks, Section 16 filings and Registration Statements). Advise on securities law issues, including with regard to corporate insider trading policy and Regulation FD. Advise on corporate governance matters and maintain corporate governance documents. Advise on corporate compensation matters, including with regard to equity and compensation programs. Monitor voting guidelines of proxy advisory firms and institutional investors. Provide oversight (including preparation of applicable documentation) of Rule 10b5-1 trading plans. Provide oversight of the subsidiary management function. Work with the finance group, including with regard to credit facilities. Work with the tax group, including with regard to reorganization transactions. Assist other members of the legal team and corporate management on a broad range of corporate legal matters as necessary. Must have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school with 6+ years of practical legal experience working on corporate securities and finance matters. Should preferably be a graduate of a top-tier law school. In-house experience is desired.
 
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Corporate Counsel/Privacy
Refer job# UKII164861
 
Corporate Counsel/Privacy Duties: Review and negotiate order forms, statements of work, master agreements, and other commercial agreements relating to SaaS, IP licensing, professional services, sponsorships, marketing, events, and more. Provide strategic and practical legal advice to departments across the company, including to our affiliates and subsidiaries throughout the world. Collaborate with all members of the legal team across office locations, including attorney and non-attorney personnel. Contribute to the continuous improvement of document templates, alternate language playbooks, and internal resource documents. Provide training and guidance to employees on legal issues, best practices, and company policies. Support general business operations and assist with special projects.

Qualifications: JD from an accredited law school and an active bar member (preferably barred in WA and/or MA bar). 4 years of relevant legal experience (ideally in-house at a cloud software company) though individuals with less experience may be considered for an Associate Corporate Counsel role.Comfort and general understanding of technology, software, and data. Experience negotiating a variety of different types of contracts and working with different departments. Ability to balance legal risk and business need while upholding the company's business standards and risk tolerance. Excellent interpersonal skills, business judgment, and strategic thinking. Able to operate in a fast-paced environment that places a high premium on excellence, execution, and teamwork.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ITIP164889
 
Senior Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Provide customer and vendor contract review, guidance on risk management and mitigation across the Enterprise. Assist with claims/litigation management including coordination with insurance carriers, outside counsel, document production, strategy options, and lessons learned. Develop training materials and provides training as assigned. Provide legal services concerning procurement and contracting laws, rules, policies and procedures and privacy/data security,. Be creative, attentive, and willing to learn from clients living and breathing many different aspects of the Enterprise. Advise internal clients not only on today's risk but also anticipating future risk and helping them be prepared. Travel as necessary to better understand client's operational framework and needs. Draft, update and maintain policies as necessary. Contribute significantly and positively to the development of a Legal Department. Be aligned with the vision and mission of the Legal Department to ensure consistent messaging and risk tolerance.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school and 12+ years of prior law firm experience preferred. May substitute in-house legal experience for law firm experience or equivalent combination of education and experience. Licensed and in good standing in at least one State Bar. Hands-on legal experience with technology and privacy compliance and related regulatory issues. Experience managing variety of projects and tasks simultaneously on-time and within financial budgets. Demonstrated pattern of collaborating, giving and receiving direct feedback, and being motivated to constantly improve all aspects of in-house practice. Actively seeks information about situations; strives to understand the rationale and implications for changes. Demonstrated ability to communicate concisely and candidly. Strong sense of and commitment to ethics and compliance. Strong communication skills, including an ability to provide succinct advice to Senior Management.
 
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Avp Privacy Counsel
Refer job# FZMI164892
 
AVP Privacy Counsel Duties: Provide continued organization and coordination of organizational privacy processes and efforts (US and global). Provide continued development and maintenance of a comprehensive privacy program which minimizes risk and maintains the confidentiality of personal information of consumers and employees and other applicable company data. Work collaboratively with Cybersecurity to ensure continuous alignment between Cybersecurity and privacy compliance programs (including policies, practices and programs). Work collaboratively with Cybersecurity, Compliance, IT, Purchasing and other business functions to embed privacy related requirements within new and existing processes, projects and teams. Process and decision Initial Assessments submitted through the Privacy portal. Work collaboratively with various business units at all levels of the organization on privacy matters. Maintain up-to-date knowledge of privacy laws and events. Assist in developing and/or maintaining privacy related policies, procedures, awareness and training. Ensure privacy requirements are properly captured and maintained within business systems. Assist in managing customer privacy notice revisions and processes. Create and maintain various reporting. Provide support for implementation of new privacy laws and requirements. Perform other duties as assigned. Conform with all company policies and procedures.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree required. Master's Degree required. 5-7 years of relevant experience required. Knowledge of US Privacy laws, with focus on financial institution data. Applicable global privacy laws. Knowledge of information technology systems, infrastructure and operations preferable. Excellent communication skills including ability to express facts and ideas clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Analytical ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions. Self-motivated, able to work independently and as part of a team, in a fast-paced environment. Ability to relate well with others, build relationships and constructively interact with a variety of people and situations. Ability to use Microsoft Office applications software. Ability to use appropriate analysis, judgment and logic when solving problems and making decisions. Conversant in information technology and related privacy issues.
 
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