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Senior Commercial Contracts Counsel

Austin TX Senior Commercial Contracts Counsel The candidate will serve as first US based counsel, will take an entrepreneurial approach and serve as a key voice in the room providing advice to growing Teams, Enterprise and Education (TEE) team in Austin, TX. Will help Company to continue its growth and success in the US, with a focus on TEE products including Company for Enterprise product, Company for Education and strategic partnerships. Will join a dynamic global legal team working on a variety of innovative legal issues across the entire company. Will be required to leverage expertise, good judgement and strong business sense to help us grow Company in the US, while assessing and mitigating legal risk. Act as the primary legal advisor to our US-based TEE team, including with regard to local compliance and setup of a physical office in Austin, TX. Review, draft and negotiate commercial agreements including for Company for Enterprise, Company for Education, reseller agreements and other strategic partnerships. Respond promptly to legal requests from the enterprise sales team in the US, and implement scalable and effective processes to effectively manage these requests as we scale. Keep current on relevant industry standards, laws, and regulations. Develop and deliver training and scalable written guidance to the TEE team. Have a strong technical background and significant hands-on experience in SaaS contracting at a rapidly growing technology company. Have excellent communication skills and can make complex communications simple. Minimum requirements: Admission to one bar (California preferred). 8+ years practicing law (though more experience is welcome). Hands on in-house experience at a rapidly growing SaaS business. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-04

Assistant General Counsel - Corporate

Irving TX Assistant General Counsel - Corporate The candidate will be responsible for: Lead acquisition and joint venture transactions and project development initiatives, including deal structuring, drafting, negotiation and due diligence. Work across the Company's business departments (including corporate development and finance) to provide legal counsel and guidance, including with respect to compliance and risk assessment and mitigation. Provide legal support in connection with financings, construction, O&M and services and other vendor agreements. Assist in the Company's contract and regulatory compliance and document management and control efforts. Must have excellent academic credentials. Should have 4+ years of experience at a law firm, as in-house counsel or a combination of both. Must have experience in a variety of corporate transactions (including M&A and joint ventures), with substantial involvement in structuring and managing transactions and reviewing, drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts. Should have experience aligning the interests of multiple stakeholders in complex projects. Must have experience managing outside counsel, including with respect to budget compliance. Should have experience interacting with senior executives. Electric utility industry experience preferred. Exposure to public power entities and electric cooperatives desired. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-03

Corporate Counsel

Mansfield TX Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Negotiating, writing, and executing agreements and contracts on behalf of the company. Offering counsel on a variety of legal issue and corporate governance. Oversee, negotiate M&A transactions. Advising on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with different deals. Researching and anticipating unique legal issues that could impact the company. Providing training to the company on legal topics. Formulate and specify internal governance policies and regularly monitor compliance. Participate in communication and negotiation with external parties on behalf of the Company to ensure the Company's best interest are being served. Draft and review agreements, contracts, and other legal documents to ensure the Company's full legal rights and prevent disputes and loopholes. Supervise pending employment-related administrative claims or litigation concerning the organization. Prepare and review employment/labor-related policies and procedures. Analyzes complex legal issues and conducts legal research. Participates in investigations and reports out on findings. Provide leadership and direction to ensure visibility and strong partnerships with the business. Any other legal matters that may arise in business.

Requirements: Must have a law degree from an accredited university. Member of Texas state bar in good standing. 5 years business or law experience. Experience in a law firm or in- house corporate attorney a plus. Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization. Strong negotiating skills with both legal and financial/commercial issues.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-01

Senior Counsel And Compliance Officer

The Woodlands TX Senior Counsel And Compliance Officer The candidate is responsible for drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and advising clients on a variety of matters primarily relating to derivatives, internal compliance and regulatory compliance issues. May require advising clients on secured or securitized lending matters, either based on existing expertise or expertise developed over time during the tenure. Support the General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer (GCCO) in efforts to ensure that the Legal department assumes responsibility for all matters requiring Legal collaboration for Weather & Commodity Risk Holdings and its subsidiaries (MWCH). Review, negotiate, and process for execution transactional agreements (e.g. ISDA, MSA, PSA, Credit Agreements) confidentiality agreements, vendor agreements, software licenses and other agreements associated with ongoing business operations. Facilities: Review and manage all facilities and vendor agreements. Provides oversight and advice to the relevant administrative staff regarding questions and issues that arise with respect to facilities and resource management. Work as part of a team with other departments within MWCH to ensure issues are examined from all necessary angles. Contract management. Assist with the development of a process and system for managing contracts. Ensure appropriate management of templates. Compliance: Communicate and disseminate information to employees regarding a broad spectrum of compliance related topics, including but not limited to regulatory requirements, code of ethics, and internal controls. Assist with compliance training and internal hot-line processes. Internal Compliance: Assist the GCCO with the development and implementation of local policies and guidelines to ensure compliance with the Group's requirements. Develops a strong understanding of ethics and compliance programs, including due diligence and training. Ensures that MWCH is able to produce all necessary information in order to comply with internal reporting requirements (including annual planning). Develops relationship with Group Compliance and Legal to facilitate communication. External Compliance: Ensures the company is up to date with regulatory requirements and requisite filings by identifying, assessing and monitoring current and emerging compliance issues in the various jurisdictions where MWCH is active globally and when entering new markets. Assists with oversight and monitoring of regulatory reporting requirements. Performs and documents results of Know Your Customer checks on third parties. Advise MRRF as needed on reserve-based lending transactions in the oil and gas industry, providing structuring, documentation and legal support. Qualifications: Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in Texas or another a U.S. jurisdiction required; 5 - 7 years of transactional experience working in a law firm, or practicing as in-house counsel for an energy or commodities trading company; Solid knowledge of ISDA master agreement and related agreements required; Understanding of the regulatory framework and application of federal and state regulations to a weather and commodities firm required; Understanding of the derivatives-related regulatory developments and their implications for U.S.-domiciled entities in Australia, Asia, South America and Europe; Understanding of reserve-based lending structures, credit agreements and other secured lending arrangements a plus; Familiarity with the oil and gas business - midstream, gathering, and processing agreements a plus; Strong negotiation and communication skills (written and oral) are required. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-07-01

Lead Compliance Counsel - Government Contracts And Political Activities

Austin TX Lead Compliance Counsel - Government Contracts And Political Activities The candidate will be responsible for: Assist in the design and implementation of company-wide government contracting compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on the company's compliance with international and U.S. federal, state, and municipal government contracting and procurement laws, rules, and regulations. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes, and training. Strong collaboration with clients, with other teams within Legal, and with cross-functional teams across the company, including HR, sales, commercial and product teams, to coordinate compliance programs and initiatives. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Should have 5+ years of compliance experience, including with the Federal Acquisition Regulations, FedRamp, and international government procurement regimes. Either in-house and/or at a global law firm experience. Experience with internet, technology, or telecommunications companies preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Cb Middle Market Banking

Plano TX Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - CB Middle Market Banking The candidate will be managing actual and potential litigation and enforcement matters, including internal reviews and investigations related to such matters. Will be advising on products and services, including contract negotiation and documentation. Advising on offering and marketing documents and new business initiatives. Managing dispute resolution. Interpreting existing laws, rules and regulations, and advising on changes thereto. Advising on advocacy in connection with contemplated and proposed laws, rules and regulations, and providing legal advice to the Board of Directors, the business and functions. Legal selects, engages and manages outside counsel for the Firm on all matters in which outside counsel is engaged. Advise and counsel bankers on structuring and documenting a variety of credit and banking transactions. Provide transactional support, including the review, negotiation and drafting of credit and collateral documentation, confidentiality agreements, indicative term sheets and other proposals, commitment letters, amendments and waivers. Advise, in conjunction with Special Credits Legal, on troubled credit situations, waivers, amendments and forbearance agreements. Identify and mitigate risks (legal, operational, reputational and other). Review and guide clients on reputational risk issues, in standard and high risk industries. Participate on cross line of business projects on a variety of subjects, including the building of policies and procedures on new regulations and amendments or new interpretations to existing regulations. Provide legal interpretations of regulations and guidance on their applicability to Middle Market Banking (such as, Know-YourCustomer, OFAC and anti-money laundering compliance; banking regulatory compliance such as anti-tying; Reg. B, Reg. U, conflicts of interest, information-sharing, confidentiality and privacy). Counsel Wholesale Lending Services staff on documenting, booking and servicing of loans and on forms, policies, procedures and job aids. Advise, in conjunction with Treasury Services Legal, on the negotiation and exception approval on deposit and cash management documentation. Review proposed new or modified products, businesses, practices and procedures, and identify any legal and regulatory issues. Prepare and update standard commercial loan documentation and procedures. Provide training for underwriters, bankers, operational staff, and customer support staff on legal issues. Manage outside counsel.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree with 5 years of post-JD relevant commercial finance transactions legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank or other financial services company. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of such jurisdiction. Must have excellent verbal and written communications skills. Knowledge of the legal and regulatory requirements for commercial banking businesses is required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection

The Woodlands TX Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection The candidate will serve as the lead attorney overseeing all aspects of Data, Evidence and Insights business (DEI) and oncology practice technology offerings, including our market-leading electronic health record tool, iKnowMed. Bring a depth of knowledge and experience with privacy and data security laws and regulations and will have the ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Possess excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and the ability to lead at all levels across the organization. Be comfortable in a fast-paced environment and successfully manage many projects simultaneously. Typically requires 7+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification. Should have Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state bar in good standing. Must have in-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws with an emphasis on data rights and data strategy. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Assisting with the privacy focused review of new product launches, updates to existing products and services and clinical trial initiatives. Supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements such as Management Services Agreements, Master Services Agreements, SOWs and Business Associate Agreements. Supporting overall USON data governance efforts. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the business unit toward opportunity, including reviewing, advising and supporting data rights strategy. Managing outside counsel when necessary. Must be able to travel up to 20%. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27

Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection

Dallas TX Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection The candidate will serve as the lead attorney overseeing all aspects of Data, Evidence and Insights business (DEI) and oncology practice technology offerings, including our market-leading electronic health record tool, iKnowMed. Bring a depth of knowledge and experience with privacy and data security laws and regulations and will have the ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Possess excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and the ability to lead at all levels across the organization. Be comfortable in a fast-paced environment and successfully manage many projects simultaneously. Typically requires 7+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification. Should have Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state bar in good standing. Must have in-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws with an emphasis on data rights and data strategy. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Assisting with the privacy focused review of new product launches, updates to existing products and services and clinical trial initiatives. Supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements such as Management Services Agreements, Master Services Agreements, SOWs and Business Associate Agreements. Supporting overall USON data governance efforts. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the business unit toward opportunity, including reviewing, advising and supporting data rights strategy. Managing outside counsel when necessary. Must be able to travel up to 20%. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27

Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection

Fort Worth TX Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection The candidate will serve as the lead attorney overseeing all aspects of Data, Evidence and Insights business (DEI) and oncology practice technology offerings, including our market-leading electronic health record tool, iKnowMed. Bring a depth of knowledge and experience with privacy and data security laws and regulations and will have the ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Possess excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and the ability to lead at all levels across the organization. Be comfortable in a fast-paced environment and successfully manage many projects simultaneously. Typically requires 7+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification. Should have Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state bar in good standing. Must have in-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws with an emphasis on data rights and data strategy. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Assisting with the privacy focused review of new product launches, updates to existing products and services and clinical trial initiatives. Supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements such as Management Services Agreements, Master Services Agreements, SOWs and Business Associate Agreements. Supporting overall USON data governance efforts. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the business unit toward opportunity, including reviewing, advising and supporting data rights strategy. Managing outside counsel when necessary. Must be able to travel up to 20%. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27

Corporate Counsel

Tyler TX Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of legal documents (e.g., various types of contracts, purchase agreements, service agreements, indemnity agreements, license agreements, leases, confidentiality agreements, amendments, and other commercial legal documents). Analyze and assist in the resolution of contractual and commercial disputes. Assist Corporate Counsel with legal projects and research as required. Conduct research and interpretation of legal and regulatory requirements as well as industry practices, providing appropriate recommendations for decision-makers. Assist with management of litigation and outside counsel including serving as internal liaison for discovery, subpoenas, claims analysis, and other litigation support. Support business development efforts by performing appropriate due diligence on new opportunities, drafting and reviewing transaction documents, and assisting in negotiations. Prepare and organize general corporate documentation and governance. Monitor the changing legal issues and legal environment affecting the company to assure that the company complies with applicable regulations and law at the federal, state, and local levels.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA accredited school of law. 4+ years of legal experience with a law firm and/or in-house. Must be licensed to practice law in the state of Texas and in good standing. Prior and extensive contract review experience preferred. Litigation experience preferred. Commercial Real Estate and merger/acquisition experienced preferred. Ability to work independently and efficiently under time pressures and deadlines in a fast-paced environment with special attention to details while balancing multiple priorities. Ability to balance legal expertise and business judgment. Exceptional verbal, written, and listening communication skills including ability to confidently and effectively facilitate and present information in a corporate setting. Excellent critical thinking skills and ability to analyze and understand complex situations. Excellent legal drafting and negotiation skills. High level of integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality regarding sensitive information. Strong interpersonal skills including ability to develop and foster relationships with business colleagues and interact with people in a friendly, professional manner. Ability to occasionally travel to off-site and out-of-town locations with possible overnight stays. Intermediate or greater knowledge of Microsoft Office applications including Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint. Daily on-site office work is required.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27
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Senior Commercial Contracts Counsel
Refer job# LUXI150411
 
Senior Commercial Contracts Counsel The candidate will serve as first US based counsel, will take an entrepreneurial approach and serve as a key voice in the room providing advice to growing Teams, Enterprise and Education (TEE) team in Austin, TX. Will help Company to continue its growth and success in the US, with a focus on TEE products including Company for Enterprise product, Company for Education and strategic partnerships. Will join a dynamic global legal team working on a variety of innovative legal issues across the entire company. Will be required to leverage expertise, good judgement and strong business sense to help us grow Company in the US, while assessing and mitigating legal risk. Act as the primary legal advisor to our US-based TEE team, including with regard to local compliance and setup of a physical office in Austin, TX. Review, draft and negotiate commercial agreements including for Company for Enterprise, Company for Education, reseller agreements and other strategic partnerships. Respond promptly to legal requests from the enterprise sales team in the US, and implement scalable and effective processes to effectively manage these requests as we scale. Keep current on relevant industry standards, laws, and regulations. Develop and deliver training and scalable written guidance to the TEE team. Have a strong technical background and significant hands-on experience in SaaS contracting at a rapidly growing technology company. Have excellent communication skills and can make complex communications simple. Minimum requirements: Admission to one bar (California preferred). 8+ years practicing law (though more experience is welcome). Hands on in-house experience at a rapidly growing SaaS business.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel - Corporate
Refer job# YUNJ150383
 
Assistant General Counsel - Corporate The candidate will be responsible for: Lead acquisition and joint venture transactions and project development initiatives, including deal structuring, drafting, negotiation and due diligence. Work across the Company's business departments (including corporate development and finance) to provide legal counsel and guidance, including with respect to compliance and risk assessment and mitigation. Provide legal support in connection with financings, construction, O&M and services and other vendor agreements. Assist in the Company's contract and regulatory compliance and document management and control efforts. Must have excellent academic credentials. Should have 4+ years of experience at a law firm, as in-house counsel or a combination of both. Must have experience in a variety of corporate transactions (including M&A and joint ventures), with substantial involvement in structuring and managing transactions and reviewing, drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts. Should have experience aligning the interests of multiple stakeholders in complex projects. Must have experience managing outside counsel, including with respect to budget compliance. Should have experience interacting with senior executives. Electric utility industry experience preferred. Exposure to public power entities and electric cooperatives desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TBFK150367
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Negotiating, writing, and executing agreements and contracts on behalf of the company. Offering counsel on a variety of legal issue and corporate governance. Oversee, negotiate M&A transactions. Advising on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with different deals. Researching and anticipating unique legal issues that could impact the company. Providing training to the company on legal topics. Formulate and specify internal governance policies and regularly monitor compliance. Participate in communication and negotiation with external parties on behalf of the Company to ensure the Company's best interest are being served. Draft and review agreements, contracts, and other legal documents to ensure the Company's full legal rights and prevent disputes and loopholes. Supervise pending employment-related administrative claims or litigation concerning the organization. Prepare and review employment/labor-related policies and procedures. Analyzes complex legal issues and conducts legal research. Participates in investigations and reports out on findings. Provide leadership and direction to ensure visibility and strong partnerships with the business. Any other legal matters that may arise in business.

Requirements: Must have a law degree from an accredited university. Member of Texas state bar in good standing. 5 years business or law experience. Experience in a law firm or in- house corporate attorney a plus. Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization. Strong negotiating skills with both legal and financial/commercial issues.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Counsel And Compliance Officer
Refer job# KZUE150372
 
Senior Counsel And Compliance Officer The candidate is responsible for drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and advising clients on a variety of matters primarily relating to derivatives, internal compliance and regulatory compliance issues. May require advising clients on secured or securitized lending matters, either based on existing expertise or expertise developed over time during the tenure. Support the General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer (GCCO) in efforts to ensure that the Legal department assumes responsibility for all matters requiring Legal collaboration for Weather & Commodity Risk Holdings and its subsidiaries (MWCH). Review, negotiate, and process for execution transactional agreements (e.g. ISDA, MSA, PSA, Credit Agreements) confidentiality agreements, vendor agreements, software licenses and other agreements associated with ongoing business operations. Facilities: Review and manage all facilities and vendor agreements. Provides oversight and advice to the relevant administrative staff regarding questions and issues that arise with respect to facilities and resource management. Work as part of a team with other departments within MWCH to ensure issues are examined from all necessary angles. Contract management. Assist with the development of a process and system for managing contracts. Ensure appropriate management of templates. Compliance: Communicate and disseminate information to employees regarding a broad spectrum of compliance related topics, including but not limited to regulatory requirements, code of ethics, and internal controls. Assist with compliance training and internal hot-line processes. Internal Compliance: Assist the GCCO with the development and implementation of local policies and guidelines to ensure compliance with the Group's requirements. Develops a strong understanding of ethics and compliance programs, including due diligence and training. Ensures that MWCH is able to produce all necessary information in order to comply with internal reporting requirements (including annual planning). Develops relationship with Group Compliance and Legal to facilitate communication. External Compliance: Ensures the company is up to date with regulatory requirements and requisite filings by identifying, assessing and monitoring current and emerging compliance issues in the various jurisdictions where MWCH is active globally and when entering new markets. Assists with oversight and monitoring of regulatory reporting requirements. Performs and documents results of Know Your Customer checks on third parties. Advise MRRF as needed on reserve-based lending transactions in the oil and gas industry, providing structuring, documentation and legal support. Qualifications: Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in Texas or another a U.S. jurisdiction required; 5 - 7 years of transactional experience working in a law firm, or practicing as in-house counsel for an energy or commodities trading company; Solid knowledge of ISDA master agreement and related agreements required; Understanding of the regulatory framework and application of federal and state regulations to a weather and commodities firm required; Understanding of the derivatives-related regulatory developments and their implications for U.S.-domiciled entities in Australia, Asia, South America and Europe; Understanding of reserve-based lending structures, credit agreements and other secured lending arrangements a plus; Familiarity with the oil and gas business - midstream, gathering, and processing agreements a plus; Strong negotiation and communication skills (written and oral) are required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Lead Compliance Counsel - Government Contracts And Political Activities
Refer job# SHRF150329
 
Lead Compliance Counsel - Government Contracts And Political Activities The candidate will be responsible for: Assist in the design and implementation of company-wide government contracting compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on the company's compliance with international and U.S. federal, state, and municipal government contracting and procurement laws, rules, and regulations. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes, and training. Strong collaboration with clients, with other teams within Legal, and with cross-functional teams across the company, including HR, sales, commercial and product teams, to coordinate compliance programs and initiatives. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Should have 5+ years of compliance experience, including with the Federal Acquisition Regulations, FedRamp, and international government procurement regimes. Either in-house and/or at a global law firm experience. Experience with internet, technology, or telecommunications companies preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - Cb Middle Market Banking
Refer job# ENOR150360
 
Vice President, Assistant General Counsel - CB Middle Market Banking The candidate will be managing actual and potential litigation and enforcement matters, including internal reviews and investigations related to such matters. Will be advising on products and services, including contract negotiation and documentation. Advising on offering and marketing documents and new business initiatives. Managing dispute resolution. Interpreting existing laws, rules and regulations, and advising on changes thereto. Advising on advocacy in connection with contemplated and proposed laws, rules and regulations, and providing legal advice to the Board of Directors, the business and functions. Legal selects, engages and manages outside counsel for the Firm on all matters in which outside counsel is engaged. Advise and counsel bankers on structuring and documenting a variety of credit and banking transactions. Provide transactional support, including the review, negotiation and drafting of credit and collateral documentation, confidentiality agreements, indicative term sheets and other proposals, commitment letters, amendments and waivers. Advise, in conjunction with Special Credits Legal, on troubled credit situations, waivers, amendments and forbearance agreements. Identify and mitigate risks (legal, operational, reputational and other). Review and guide clients on reputational risk issues, in standard and high risk industries. Participate on cross line of business projects on a variety of subjects, including the building of policies and procedures on new regulations and amendments or new interpretations to existing regulations. Provide legal interpretations of regulations and guidance on their applicability to Middle Market Banking (such as, Know-YourCustomer, OFAC and anti-money laundering compliance; banking regulatory compliance such as anti-tying; Reg. B, Reg. U, conflicts of interest, information-sharing, confidentiality and privacy). Counsel Wholesale Lending Services staff on documenting, booking and servicing of loans and on forms, policies, procedures and job aids. Advise, in conjunction with Treasury Services Legal, on the negotiation and exception approval on deposit and cash management documentation. Review proposed new or modified products, businesses, practices and procedures, and identify any legal and regulatory issues. Prepare and update standard commercial loan documentation and procedures. Provide training for underwriters, bankers, operational staff, and customer support staff on legal issues. Manage outside counsel.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree with 5 years of post-JD relevant commercial finance transactions legal experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department at a large bank or other financial services company. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in the jurisdiction where the role will be located prior to commencement of employment or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of such jurisdiction. Must have excellent verbal and written communications skills. Knowledge of the legal and regulatory requirements for commercial banking businesses is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection
Refer job# HVFT150296
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection The candidate will serve as the lead attorney overseeing all aspects of Data, Evidence and Insights business (DEI) and oncology practice technology offerings, including our market-leading electronic health record tool, iKnowMed. Bring a depth of knowledge and experience with privacy and data security laws and regulations and will have the ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Possess excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and the ability to lead at all levels across the organization. Be comfortable in a fast-paced environment and successfully manage many projects simultaneously. Typically requires 7+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification. Should have Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state bar in good standing. Must have in-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws with an emphasis on data rights and data strategy. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Assisting with the privacy focused review of new product launches, updates to existing products and services and clinical trial initiatives. Supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements such as Management Services Agreements, Master Services Agreements, SOWs and Business Associate Agreements. Supporting overall USON data governance efforts. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the business unit toward opportunity, including reviewing, advising and supporting data rights strategy. Managing outside counsel when necessary. Must be able to travel up to 20%.
 
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Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection
Refer job# TQEF150297
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection The candidate will serve as the lead attorney overseeing all aspects of Data, Evidence and Insights business (DEI) and oncology practice technology offerings, including our market-leading electronic health record tool, iKnowMed. Bring a depth of knowledge and experience with privacy and data security laws and regulations and will have the ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Possess excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and the ability to lead at all levels across the organization. Be comfortable in a fast-paced environment and successfully manage many projects simultaneously. Typically requires 7+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification. Should have Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state bar in good standing. Must have in-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws with an emphasis on data rights and data strategy. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Assisting with the privacy focused review of new product launches, updates to existing products and services and clinical trial initiatives. Supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements such as Management Services Agreements, Master Services Agreements, SOWs and Business Associate Agreements. Supporting overall USON data governance efforts. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the business unit toward opportunity, including reviewing, advising and supporting data rights strategy. Managing outside counsel when necessary. Must be able to travel up to 20%.
 
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Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection
Refer job# DUEY150298
 
Senior Counsel, Privacy & Data Protection The candidate will serve as the lead attorney overseeing all aspects of Data, Evidence and Insights business (DEI) and oncology practice technology offerings, including our market-leading electronic health record tool, iKnowMed. Bring a depth of knowledge and experience with privacy and data security laws and regulations and will have the ability to translate that knowledge to deliver relevant and actionable guidance to the business. Possess excellent legal judgment and the ability to be both pragmatic/business-oriented and strategic. Excel when working independently and collaboratively, have a record of developing strong working relationships with a diverse client base, and the ability to lead at all levels across the organization. Be comfortable in a fast-paced environment and successfully manage many projects simultaneously. Typically requires 7+ years as a practicing attorney with a firm and/or in-house experience. Experience counseling participants in the healthcare industry, and CIPP or similar professional certification. Should have Juris Doctor degree with excellent academic credentials and member of a state bar in good standing. Must have in-depth knowledge of HIPAA and other health care privacy laws with an emphasis on data rights and data strategy. Serving as a legal subject matter expert on a broad range of privacy and data protection laws, including to HIPAA, the FTC Act, TCPA, CAN-SPAM Act, state data protection and security breach laws. Assisting with the privacy focused review of new product launches, updates to existing products and services and clinical trial initiatives. Supporting the development and implementation of privacy-related business-specific processes and procedures, training, and other controls. Providing legal advice concerning business transactions, including performing legal due diligence, recommending appropriate post-integration action steps, and drafting and negotiating applicable language in M&A related contracts and documents. Collaborating with internal stakeholders to support the analysis, preparation, drafting and/or negotiation of pertinent aspects of privacy-related provisions within vendor and other 3rd party agreements such as Management Services Agreements, Master Services Agreements, SOWs and Business Associate Agreements. Supporting overall USON data governance efforts. Monitoring and evaluating evolving laws, regulations and industry best practices to help maintain compliance and guide the business unit toward opportunity, including reviewing, advising and supporting data rights strategy. Managing outside counsel when necessary. Must be able to travel up to 20%.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CUCG150316
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of legal documents (e.g., various types of contracts, purchase agreements, service agreements, indemnity agreements, license agreements, leases, confidentiality agreements, amendments, and other commercial legal documents). Analyze and assist in the resolution of contractual and commercial disputes. Assist Corporate Counsel with legal projects and research as required. Conduct research and interpretation of legal and regulatory requirements as well as industry practices, providing appropriate recommendations for decision-makers. Assist with management of litigation and outside counsel including serving as internal liaison for discovery, subpoenas, claims analysis, and other litigation support. Support business development efforts by performing appropriate due diligence on new opportunities, drafting and reviewing transaction documents, and assisting in negotiations. Prepare and organize general corporate documentation and governance. Monitor the changing legal issues and legal environment affecting the company to assure that the company complies with applicable regulations and law at the federal, state, and local levels.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA accredited school of law. 4+ years of legal experience with a law firm and/or in-house. Must be licensed to practice law in the state of Texas and in good standing. Prior and extensive contract review experience preferred. Litigation experience preferred. Commercial Real Estate and merger/acquisition experienced preferred. Ability to work independently and efficiently under time pressures and deadlines in a fast-paced environment with special attention to details while balancing multiple priorities. Ability to balance legal expertise and business judgment. Exceptional verbal, written, and listening communication skills including ability to confidently and effectively facilitate and present information in a corporate setting. Excellent critical thinking skills and ability to analyze and understand complex situations. Excellent legal drafting and negotiation skills. High level of integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality regarding sensitive information. Strong interpersonal skills including ability to develop and foster relationships with business colleagues and interact with people in a friendly, professional manner. Ability to occasionally travel to off-site and out-of-town locations with possible overnight stays. Intermediate or greater knowledge of Microsoft Office applications including Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint. Daily on-site office work is required.
 
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