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Corporate Counsel, Government Contracts

Dallas TX Corporate Counsel, Government Contracts The candidate will be expected to work directly with business account team members and advise on a variety of day-to-day legal matters, with primary responsibility for oversight of legal aspects of firm's government contracting activities. Will report to firm's General Counsel for North America. Must have 3+ years experience in a top law firm and an additional 2+ years experience in an in-house legal department, involving significant experience managing all phases of local, state and federal government/ quasi-government contracting processes, including RFP s and review and negotiation of public sector contracts. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-18

Corporate Counsel - Commercial Contracts

Dallas TX Corporate Counsel - Commercial Contracts The candidate will negotiate global outsourcing deals and handle day-to-day legal queries relating to our client engagement. Will be reviewing, drafting, and negotiating outsourcing agreements for IT, Infrastructure, Business Process Services, BPaaS, XaaS, and other similar or related agreements. Reviewing, drafting, and negotiating subcontractor, vendor, and partnership agreements. Reviewing, drafting, and negotiating non-disclosure agreements. Assisting business teams with day-to-day legal matters, including contract interpretation s and legal disputes. Continuous work-flow process improvement, playbook and forms updating. Identifying and vetting high risk matters with senior legal management.

The candidate must have a Law degree from a top-tier law school, 8 years of professional experience and a minimum of 4 years of experience in negotiating technology transaction agreements. Experience negotiating complex outsourcing agreements is strongly preferred. A mix of top law firm experience and in-house experience preferred. Must have experience drafting and negotiating complex technology transaction agreements. General technology, intellectual property, and privacy expertise is a plus. Solid, effective negotiation and relationship management skills are critical.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-18

Senior Privacy Counsel

Dallas TX Senior Privacy Counsel The candidate will be responsible for leading and managing the privacy agenda globally. This involves responsibility for for firm's global data protection governance framework as well as overseeing and directing all ongoing activities related to the development, implementation, maintenance of, and adherence to firm's policies and procedures covering data privacy in compliance with relevant laws globally. Expected to influence, collaborate and engage with senior management both to provide strategic input on privacy and to report on compliance and represent the company with regulators, policy makers and the wider Data Privacy community. Manages a small globally focused team. Manage the day-to-day implementation of firm's Global Privacy Guidelines and provide development guidance and assist in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of other information privacy policies, procedures and guidance where required to support the implementation of the Global Privacy Guidelines. Manage existing processes and help create new processes reflecting evolving legal requirements related to the collection and use of personal information, data subject complaints, data subject access requests, and personal data transfers. Perform information privacy risk assessments and conduct related ongoing compliance monitoring activities in coordination with firm's other compliance and operational assessment functions. Participate in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of trading partner and business associate agreements, to ensure privacy concerns, requirements, and responsibilities are addressed. Initiate, facilitate and promote activities to foster information privacy awareness within the organization and to business associates, and other appropriate third parties. Provide practical expert advice on privacy issues related to complex business matters and key commercial contracts. Lead or direct various workstreams for privacy compliance globally. Maintain management information and report on data privacy incidents and complaints. Initiate, facilitate and promote activities to foster education and aware on privacy and data protection obligations and responsibilities throughout firm' Partner and collaborate with Enterprise Operations and Technology, Businesses and Legal colleagues to deliver privacy throughout the organisation. Keep abreast of developments in data privacy legislation and prepare communications for the business on key issues which may have an impact upon firm. Ability to manage multiple priorities with tight deadlines and thrives in a fast-paced environment. Effective manager with ability to develop and lead a collaborative global team.

The candidate should have Law Degree. Must have 10 years of experience or equivalent in dealing with data privacy legal and compliance issues in a commercial environment. Relevant qualifications such as CIPP/US, CIPP/EU, CIPM certifications desireable. Must be well-versed in and able to provide practical advice on matters involving European, US and APAC laws; wider knowledge of global data privacy laws is also highly desirable. Must have proven experience of developing trusted relationships with business and functional stakeholder and influencing and negotiating across a matrix organization. Must have experience of leading and managing a small team of professionals.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-16

Commercial Contracts Attorney

Dallas TX Commercial Contracts Attorney The candidate will negotiate global outsourcing deals and handle day-to-day legal queries relating to client engagement. Will review, draft, and negotiate outsourcing agreements for IT, Infrastructure, Business Process Services, BPaaS, XaaS, and other similar or related agreements. Review, draft, and negotiate subcontractor, vendor, and partnership agreements. Review, draft, and negotiate non-disclosure agreements. Assist business teams with day-to-day legal matters, including contract interpretation s and legal disputes. Continuous work-flow process improvement, playbook and forms updating. Identify and vetting high risk matters with senior legal management.

The candidate must have a law degree from a top-tier law school, 6+ years of professional experience and 4+ years of experience in negotiating technology transaction agreements. Experience negotiating complex outsourcing agreements is strongly preferred. A mix of top law firm experience and in-house experience preferred. Should have experience drafting and negotiating complex technology transaction agreements. General technology, intellectual property, and privacy expertise is a plus. Solid, effective negotiation and relationship management skills are critical.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-16

Senior Counsel - Litigation

Dallas TX Senior Counsel - Litigation The candidate will oversee complex litigation matters that arise from all segments of the company, exercising strategic judgment, oversight of outside counsel and interaction with senor leaders and individual business units. At the direction of the Associate General Counsel, the lawyer will work on a team of 10-15 legal professionals, and carry the following responsibilities: Supervise outside counsel and consultants. Develop strategy and tactics for complex, high profile matters. Help prepare for litigation and responses to government investigations, including oversight of discovery, development of company and expert witnesses, etc. Liaison with communications and public affairs colleagues on high-profile matters.

The candidate must have 10 years of experience providing legal counsel. Must have experience with litigation at both the trial and appellate levels. Must have experience with litigation in both state and federal courts. Proven ability to manage other attorneys and support staff is required. Significant government legal experience -- either working in a legal position for the government or managing the response to litigation or investigations initiated by the government is desired. Experience with class actions and multidistrict litigation is desired. Combination of private practice and in-house or government experience is desired. Experience managing and overseeing outside counsel is desired. Juris Doctor Degree with excellent academic credentials is desired. Member of a state Bar in good standing is desired.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-16

Senior Counsel Real Estate

Pearland TX Senior Counsel Real Estate The candidate will provide legal management of real estate, construction, and banking matters. Will assist with the negotiation and drafting of contracts and agreements affecting the organization. Responsible for the execution of day-to-day legal affairs of the organization and will be required to make decisions that affect functions system-wide. Represent the Company in the purchase and sale of real estate. Design and negotiate easements, licenses and other real estate agreements. Draft and negotiate loan documents for project finance, commercial leases, and construction contracts for project development. Perform real estate due diligence and collaborate on corporate M&A matters. Provide support to the project development team to secure necessary governmental and other stakeholder approvals for new projects. Interpret real estate and finance documents. Maintain familiarity with current and proposed laws and regulations and case guidance involving all assigned matters. Research specific legal issues and report results to the General Counsel. Work directly with all departments to deliver timely and responsive legal services in creating, reviewing and negotiating general commercial agreements. Manage various projects and deadlines assigned by the General Counsel. Develop solutions to complex legal questions and advises General Counsel accordingly. Evaluate legal and business risks association with the adoption of real estate , environmental, and financing strategies. Research unique legal issues impacting the organization by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions, and codes. Maintain confidentiality. Perform other duties as required and/or assigned.

The candidate should preferably have 10+ years of relevant legal experience. Must be licensed to practice law in Texas or be licensed in another state and be eligible to become licensed in Texas within one year. Proficient skill level with Microsoft Office applications is required. Familiarity with case or matter management software is required. Proficient skill level with Lexis and Westlaw is required. Prior experience working as an in-house attorney at a Senior Counsel level or above is preferred.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-14

Senior Corporate Counsel

Houston TX Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will lead the contracts and compliance functions of a rapidly growing professional services firm with principal offices located in Washington D.C. and Houston, Texas. Will lead a team responsible for contracts management and compliance (across both public and private sector clients); risk management; and corporate compliance. Require working closely with an executive management team to support organizational growth, in the US and overseas. Interact with all levels of management and field personnel, requires executive presence, and strong verbal and written communication skills. Lead and develop the contracts management and contract compliance functions. Draft, negotiate and finalize commercial contracts. Advise management on legal risks and potential liabilities. Lead the risk management program. Lead the corporate compliance program. Collaborate productively with other departments. Provide legal support for business transactions. Manage outsourced legal service providers. Provide training to company staff on legal and compliance matters.

The candidate must have experience with government contracts compliance. Must have professional services/consulting industry experience. Should have Law degree from an accredited law school. Must have 8-10 years of relevant legal experience, including in-house experience. Must be Current member in good standing with the Texas Bar, or other U.S. Jurisdiction. Must have experience leading commercial contracts, risk management and compliance functions; strong interpersonal and communication skills; experience with drafting and negotiating commercial contracts.
Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2018-06-14

Counsel-Contracts Global Support

Austin TX Counsel-Contracts Global Support The candidate will provide global support with respect to non regulatory contracts of the Company and its affiliates. Will review and negotiate global information technology, data license agreements and other license arrangements. Review offering documents to determine requirements for participation in international corporate actions and review and negotiate Qualified Institutional Buyer certificates. Review and negotiate hospitality agreements related to the Company s conferences occurring globally. Closely support our corporate services department by reviewing and negotiating leasing and maintenance service contracts related to leasing and maintenance of the Company s and its affiliates real estate interests. Review and negotiate offer letters, speaker engagement agreements, consulting agreements, non-disclosure agreements and other agreements with third party service providers. Assist with review of platform agreements for the global funds of the investment adviser and its affiliates. Assist with Contracts Committee process. Perform additional responsibilities as requested.

The candidate should have 3-5 years of practice (with contracts of all types) in a top-tier law firm or in-house corporate or funds attorney. Very strong communication skills (verbal and written) is essential. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook). Must have Juris Doctorate degree. JD from a top law school. Member of Texas State Bar preferred; Member of a US State Bar is required
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2018-06-08

Trial Attorney, Insurance Defense - Bodily Injury

Dallas TX Trial Attorney, Insurance Defense - Bodily Injury The candidate will be providing legal representation to Progressive insureds and/or to the Progressive Insurance Companies before courts and arbitration panels in all aspects of litigation. Will be handling own cases from beginning to end, prepare legal pleadings, motions, statements, trial briefs and be involved in negotiating settlements. Work closely with customers and claims team to ensure all appropriate defenses are leveraged to reach positive outcomes. Must have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school. Should have Active license to practice law in Texas. 2+ years of civil litigation experience is required. Should have 4+ years of civil litigation experience preferred including auto insurance defense. First chair jury trial experience with personal injury/bodily injury is preferred. Listening, verbal and written communication skill is essential. Proficiency at conducting expert discovery is essential. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-08

Labor And Employment Attorney

Houston TX Labor And Employment Attorney The candidate will be responsible for: Advising and analyzing risk on employment law matters, including hiring, termination, discipline, accommodation, leave, wage and hour compliance, etc. Advise and support HR Managers in a timely and useful manner in response to specific needs and inquiries. Prepare and deliver training on employment and labor issues to Country and HR Managers on a variety of topics in a timely and useful manner in response to specific legal needs and inquiries. Provide guidance on, drafting and review of Employee Handbook and related policies and procedures. Advise and support Intertek Executives in a timely and useful manner in response to specific legal needs and inquiries. Support and participate in HR/Compliance investigations where there is a high risk of litigation. Responsible for Company awareness of US and Canadian legislation affecting employment and labor issues for the business. Assist General Counsel with other matters, as they arise. Manage appointed counsel, including identifying the appropriate legal support, negotiating fees and controlling legal costs. Law Degree and admission to the State Bar (in Texas or Illinois). Must have 7+ years of experience including contracts, litigation management, employment and labor legal issues. Should have experience in drafting and negotiating employee agreements, contracts and other legal documents, including confidentiality and non-compete, agreements, memoranda on legal research, and severance agreements. Experience with employee benefits and knowledge of benefit systems, including operating in a diverse environment, coordinating the services of external legal advisors and attorneys on claims. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2018-06-07
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Commercial Attorney, NAR The candidate will provide legal counsel, advice and guidance for the Company?s designated commercial operations, focusing on North America. Will provide (or manage the provision of) legal counsel, advice and guidance on al... + read more

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Corporate Counsel, Government Contracts
Refer job# YZUF139579
 
Corporate Counsel, Government Contracts The candidate will be expected to work directly with business account team members and advise on a variety of day-to-day legal matters, with primary responsibility for oversight of legal aspects of firm's government contracting activities. Will report to firm's General Counsel for North America. Must have 3+ years experience in a top law firm and an additional 2+ years experience in an in-house legal department, involving significant experience managing all phases of local, state and federal government/ quasi-government contracting processes, including RFP s and review and negotiation of public sector contracts.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Commercial Contracts
Refer job# QKJN139582
 
Corporate Counsel - Commercial Contracts The candidate will negotiate global outsourcing deals and handle day-to-day legal queries relating to our client engagement. Will be reviewing, drafting, and negotiating outsourcing agreements for IT, Infrastructure, Business Process Services, BPaaS, XaaS, and other similar or related agreements. Reviewing, drafting, and negotiating subcontractor, vendor, and partnership agreements. Reviewing, drafting, and negotiating non-disclosure agreements. Assisting business teams with day-to-day legal matters, including contract interpretation s and legal disputes. Continuous work-flow process improvement, playbook and forms updating. Identifying and vetting high risk matters with senior legal management.

The candidate must have a Law degree from a top-tier law school, 8 years of professional experience and a minimum of 4 years of experience in negotiating technology transaction agreements. Experience negotiating complex outsourcing agreements is strongly preferred. A mix of top law firm experience and in-house experience preferred. Must have experience drafting and negotiating complex technology transaction agreements. General technology, intellectual property, and privacy expertise is a plus. Solid, effective negotiation and relationship management skills are critical.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Privacy Counsel
Refer job# BBPD139554
 
Senior Privacy Counsel The candidate will be responsible for leading and managing the privacy agenda globally. This involves responsibility for for firm's global data protection governance framework as well as overseeing and directing all ongoing activities related to the development, implementation, maintenance of, and adherence to firm's policies and procedures covering data privacy in compliance with relevant laws globally. Expected to influence, collaborate and engage with senior management both to provide strategic input on privacy and to report on compliance and represent the company with regulators, policy makers and the wider Data Privacy community. Manages a small globally focused team. Manage the day-to-day implementation of firm's Global Privacy Guidelines and provide development guidance and assist in the identification, implementation, and maintenance of other information privacy policies, procedures and guidance where required to support the implementation of the Global Privacy Guidelines. Manage existing processes and help create new processes reflecting evolving legal requirements related to the collection and use of personal information, data subject complaints, data subject access requests, and personal data transfers. Perform information privacy risk assessments and conduct related ongoing compliance monitoring activities in coordination with firm's other compliance and operational assessment functions. Participate in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of trading partner and business associate agreements, to ensure privacy concerns, requirements, and responsibilities are addressed. Initiate, facilitate and promote activities to foster information privacy awareness within the organization and to business associates, and other appropriate third parties. Provide practical expert advice on privacy issues related to complex business matters and key commercial contracts. Lead or direct various workstreams for privacy compliance globally. Maintain management information and report on data privacy incidents and complaints. Initiate, facilitate and promote activities to foster education and aware on privacy and data protection obligations and responsibilities throughout firm' Partner and collaborate with Enterprise Operations and Technology, Businesses and Legal colleagues to deliver privacy throughout the organisation. Keep abreast of developments in data privacy legislation and prepare communications for the business on key issues which may have an impact upon firm. Ability to manage multiple priorities with tight deadlines and thrives in a fast-paced environment. Effective manager with ability to develop and lead a collaborative global team.

The candidate should have Law Degree. Must have 10 years of experience or equivalent in dealing with data privacy legal and compliance issues in a commercial environment. Relevant qualifications such as CIPP/US, CIPP/EU, CIPM certifications desireable. Must be well-versed in and able to provide practical advice on matters involving European, US and APAC laws; wider knowledge of global data privacy laws is also highly desirable. Must have proven experience of developing trusted relationships with business and functional stakeholder and influencing and negotiating across a matrix organization. Must have experience of leading and managing a small team of professionals.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney
Refer job# CTAZ139559
 
Commercial Contracts Attorney The candidate will negotiate global outsourcing deals and handle day-to-day legal queries relating to client engagement. Will review, draft, and negotiate outsourcing agreements for IT, Infrastructure, Business Process Services, BPaaS, XaaS, and other similar or related agreements. Review, draft, and negotiate subcontractor, vendor, and partnership agreements. Review, draft, and negotiate non-disclosure agreements. Assist business teams with day-to-day legal matters, including contract interpretation s and legal disputes. Continuous work-flow process improvement, playbook and forms updating. Identify and vetting high risk matters with senior legal management.

The candidate must have a law degree from a top-tier law school, 6+ years of professional experience and 4+ years of experience in negotiating technology transaction agreements. Experience negotiating complex outsourcing agreements is strongly preferred. A mix of top law firm experience and in-house experience preferred. Should have experience drafting and negotiating complex technology transaction agreements. General technology, intellectual property, and privacy expertise is a plus. Solid, effective negotiation and relationship management skills are critical.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel - Litigation
Refer job# VYNR139567
 
Senior Counsel - Litigation The candidate will oversee complex litigation matters that arise from all segments of the company, exercising strategic judgment, oversight of outside counsel and interaction with senor leaders and individual business units. At the direction of the Associate General Counsel, the lawyer will work on a team of 10-15 legal professionals, and carry the following responsibilities: Supervise outside counsel and consultants. Develop strategy and tactics for complex, high profile matters. Help prepare for litigation and responses to government investigations, including oversight of discovery, development of company and expert witnesses, etc. Liaison with communications and public affairs colleagues on high-profile matters.

The candidate must have 10 years of experience providing legal counsel. Must have experience with litigation at both the trial and appellate levels. Must have experience with litigation in both state and federal courts. Proven ability to manage other attorneys and support staff is required. Significant government legal experience -- either working in a legal position for the government or managing the response to litigation or investigations initiated by the government is desired. Experience with class actions and multidistrict litigation is desired. Combination of private practice and in-house or government experience is desired. Experience managing and overseeing outside counsel is desired. Juris Doctor Degree with excellent academic credentials is desired. Member of a state Bar in good standing is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel Real Estate
Refer job# TFYW139519
 
Senior Counsel Real Estate The candidate will provide legal management of real estate, construction, and banking matters. Will assist with the negotiation and drafting of contracts and agreements affecting the organization. Responsible for the execution of day-to-day legal affairs of the organization and will be required to make decisions that affect functions system-wide. Represent the Company in the purchase and sale of real estate. Design and negotiate easements, licenses and other real estate agreements. Draft and negotiate loan documents for project finance, commercial leases, and construction contracts for project development. Perform real estate due diligence and collaborate on corporate M&A matters. Provide support to the project development team to secure necessary governmental and other stakeholder approvals for new projects. Interpret real estate and finance documents. Maintain familiarity with current and proposed laws and regulations and case guidance involving all assigned matters. Research specific legal issues and report results to the General Counsel. Work directly with all departments to deliver timely and responsive legal services in creating, reviewing and negotiating general commercial agreements. Manage various projects and deadlines assigned by the General Counsel. Develop solutions to complex legal questions and advises General Counsel accordingly. Evaluate legal and business risks association with the adoption of real estate , environmental, and financing strategies. Research unique legal issues impacting the organization by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions, and codes. Maintain confidentiality. Perform other duties as required and/or assigned.

The candidate should preferably have 10+ years of relevant legal experience. Must be licensed to practice law in Texas or be licensed in another state and be eligible to become licensed in Texas within one year. Proficient skill level with Microsoft Office applications is required. Familiarity with case or matter management software is required. Proficient skill level with Lexis and Westlaw is required. Prior experience working as an in-house attorney at a Senior Counsel level or above is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# GGYJ139522
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will lead the contracts and compliance functions of a rapidly growing professional services firm with principal offices located in Washington D.C. and Houston, Texas. Will lead a team responsible for contracts management and compliance (across both public and private sector clients); risk management; and corporate compliance. Require working closely with an executive management team to support organizational growth, in the US and overseas. Interact with all levels of management and field personnel, requires executive presence, and strong verbal and written communication skills. Lead and develop the contracts management and contract compliance functions. Draft, negotiate and finalize commercial contracts. Advise management on legal risks and potential liabilities. Lead the risk management program. Lead the corporate compliance program. Collaborate productively with other departments. Provide legal support for business transactions. Manage outsourced legal service providers. Provide training to company staff on legal and compliance matters.

The candidate must have experience with government contracts compliance. Must have professional services/consulting industry experience. Should have Law degree from an accredited law school. Must have 8-10 years of relevant legal experience, including in-house experience. Must be Current member in good standing with the Texas Bar, or other U.S. Jurisdiction. Must have experience leading commercial contracts, risk management and compliance functions; strong interpersonal and communication skills; experience with drafting and negotiating commercial contracts.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel-Contracts Global Support
Refer job# JTET139461
 
Counsel-Contracts Global Support The candidate will provide global support with respect to non regulatory contracts of the Company and its affiliates. Will review and negotiate global information technology, data license agreements and other license arrangements. Review offering documents to determine requirements for participation in international corporate actions and review and negotiate Qualified Institutional Buyer certificates. Review and negotiate hospitality agreements related to the Company s conferences occurring globally. Closely support our corporate services department by reviewing and negotiating leasing and maintenance service contracts related to leasing and maintenance of the Company s and its affiliates real estate interests. Review and negotiate offer letters, speaker engagement agreements, consulting agreements, non-disclosure agreements and other agreements with third party service providers. Assist with review of platform agreements for the global funds of the investment adviser and its affiliates. Assist with Contracts Committee process. Perform additional responsibilities as requested.

The candidate should have 3-5 years of practice (with contracts of all types) in a top-tier law firm or in-house corporate or funds attorney. Very strong communication skills (verbal and written) is essential. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook). Must have Juris Doctorate degree. JD from a top law school. Member of Texas State Bar preferred; Member of a US State Bar is required
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Trial Attorney, Insurance Defense - Bodily Injury
Refer job# UNMY139469
 
Trial Attorney, Insurance Defense - Bodily Injury The candidate will be providing legal representation to Progressive insureds and/or to the Progressive Insurance Companies before courts and arbitration panels in all aspects of litigation. Will be handling own cases from beginning to end, prepare legal pleadings, motions, statements, trial briefs and be involved in negotiating settlements. Work closely with customers and claims team to ensure all appropriate defenses are leveraged to reach positive outcomes. Must have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school. Should have Active license to practice law in Texas. 2+ years of civil litigation experience is required. Should have 4+ years of civil litigation experience preferred including auto insurance defense. First chair jury trial experience with personal injury/bodily injury is preferred. Listening, verbal and written communication skill is essential. Proficiency at conducting expert discovery is essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Labor And Employment Attorney
Refer job# BDFD139441
 
Labor And Employment Attorney The candidate will be responsible for: Advising and analyzing risk on employment law matters, including hiring, termination, discipline, accommodation, leave, wage and hour compliance, etc. Advise and support HR Managers in a timely and useful manner in response to specific needs and inquiries. Prepare and deliver training on employment and labor issues to Country and HR Managers on a variety of topics in a timely and useful manner in response to specific legal needs and inquiries. Provide guidance on, drafting and review of Employee Handbook and related policies and procedures. Advise and support Intertek Executives in a timely and useful manner in response to specific legal needs and inquiries. Support and participate in HR/Compliance investigations where there is a high risk of litigation. Responsible for Company awareness of US and Canadian legislation affecting employment and labor issues for the business. Assist General Counsel with other matters, as they arise. Manage appointed counsel, including identifying the appropriate legal support, negotiating fees and controlling legal costs. Law Degree and admission to the State Bar (in Texas or Illinois). Must have 7+ years of experience including contracts, litigation management, employment and labor legal issues. Should have experience in drafting and negotiating employee agreements, contracts and other legal documents, including confidentiality and non-compete, agreements, memoranda on legal research, and severance agreements. Experience with employee benefits and knowledge of benefit systems, including operating in a diverse environment, coordinating the services of external legal advisors and attorneys on claims.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 

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