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Senior Legal Counsel Corporate & Securities

Arlington VA Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate & Securities DUTIES: Ensuring ongoing company compliance with all applicable filings with U.S. Securities and Exchange and NASDAQ, including periodic filings, proxy statements and Section 16 reporting. Providing support for other securities law issues, including but not limited to insider trading policy, Regulation FD compliance, and current reporting on Form 8-K. Advising internal clients with respect to compliance with all applicable securities and corporate laws and corporate governance matters. Providing support with respect to securities offerings, including preparing related documents and advising internal clients. Working with business groups to structure and negotiate business transactions, strategic business development initiatives Ensuring that complies with other regulatory requirements and filings and with commercial and contractual obligations. Supporting the General Counsel and Secretary with Board of Directors matters including preparing meeting materials, minutes, consents, resolutions and certificates, charters and policies. Researching relevant statutes, rulings, and precedents to be used as a basis for answering requests for legal opinions of a routine nature or limited scope. Assisting with management and coordination of complete compliance program, including the scaling and monitoring of procedures and controls, the assessment of compliance risks, managing compliance best practices in all relevant areas, including Code of Ethical Business Conduct, Enterprise Risk Assessments, SOX and antitrust. Management of global legal entities, including ensuring that legal entities are created, maintained, and dissolved in a controlled manner that meets regulatory standards and business needs. Advising internal clients regarding legal requirements, best practices, and strategies for managing risk in order to avoid negative publicity issues and litigation to advance mission statement. Providing support with corporate finance transactions, such as credit facilities, public debt offerings, commercial paper, etc. Providing support with executive compensation and equity compensation disclosure and administration. Providing support with earnings releases, analyst/investor conferences, disclosure issues and shareholder proposals. Coordinates work with outside counsel and internal clients, and effectively manages outside counsels work product and costs.

QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed to practice law in at least one state, and willingness to be admitted to VA Bar. Relevant substantive 10+ years of experience with a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Exceptional academic credentials from an ABA (American Bar Association) accredited law school.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-09

Securities Attorney

Falls Church VA Securities Attorney Duties: Provide legal advice and counsel with respect to securities law issues, corporate governance, board materials, board committee filings, securities filings requirements and compliance, disclosure obligations and committee materials, shareholder services, and related areas of responsibility. Review and advise on the preparation of all public company disclosure matters, including SEC and NASDAQ filings (including Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and annual proxy statement) and Section 16 compliance. Support the annual meeting of stockholders, as well as supporting board of directors and board committee meetings, as needed. Provide legal advice and counsel with respect to insider trading laws and the companys insider trading policy. Collaborate and work cross-functionally across multiple departments on matters relating to SEC reporting and compliance, governance and global subsidiary management. Draft and negotiate debt and equity transaction documents, credit facilities and related agreements, corporate treasury borrowing and derivatives agreements and provide general advice and counsel to clients on these and related corporate financing matters. Serve as a subject matter expert on existing securities laws and regulations, and monitor legal developments and proposed changes in those areas. Assist with general corporate and public company compliance matters and special projects as necessary. Support special corporate and securities projects, including offerings and investments. Oversee and manage outside counsel and staff, as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Licensed to practice law in one or more U.S. jurisdictions. 3-7 years of experience advising publicly-listed corporations on securities law, debt and equity offerings, and related matters. Experience and familiarity with 33 and 34 act, including periodic reports (8-K, 10-Q, 10-K, proxy statements) and other SEC regulations, including Section 16 reporting obligations. Ability to work independently. Preferred: In-house experience advising publicly-listed corporations on securities law, debt and equity offerings, and related matters. Excellent judgment and the ability to provide clear, reasoned and timely legal advice in the best interests of the company. Familiarity with public company executive compensation. Strong written and oral communication skills. Strong organizational skills. The ability to interact well with business leaders at all levels. Flexibility and a willingness to adapt to the changing needs of the enterprise and business environment. Project management experience. Team player with the ability to proactively collaborate with cross-functional teams. Ability to succeed in a rapidly changing, no frills, results-oriented culture.
Legal 3 - 7 Full-time 2020-01-07

Litigation Attorney

McLean VA Litigation Attorney The candidate will arrange appropriate assignments and experiences to support others' learning and development. Will seek out different ways to use current and relevant technological advances. Analyse marketplace trends - economical, social, cultural, technological - to identify opportunities and create value propositions. Deploy methods to keep up with, and stay ahead of, new developments and ideas. Offer a global perspective in stakeholder discussions and when shaping solutions / recommendations. Drive and take ownership for developing networks that help deliver what is best for stakeholders. Proactively manage stakeholders to create positive outcomes for all parties. Uphold the firm's code of ethics and business conduct. Should have a J.D. degree and be a member in good standing of the VA State Bar. Must have 5+ years of experience. Should preferably have one or more of the following: work experience at a regulator; audit liability/professional services defense experience; or in-house litigation experience. Demonstrated thought leadership and a record of success directing efforts in handling litigation/arbitration/contentious regulatory matters is needed. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-01-04

Senior Director & Deputy General Counsel - Compliance

Newport News VA Senior Director & Deputy General Counsel - Compliance Responsibilities: Lead a small team of compliance attorneys and professionals to develop, deliver and maintain an appropriate and effective compliance program for a commercial wholesale trade business with a primary listing in the UK (FTSE 100) and operating principally in North America. Implement appropriate policies and procedures to ensure that the Companys compliance programs are effective and efficient in identifying, preventing, detecting and correcting any non-compliances with applicable laws and regulations. Develop an annual compliance work plan that is flexibly tailored within an overarching compliance framework that balances regulatory requirements, risk mitigation and business objectives. Provide guidance, advice, and engaging training programs to improve the business understanding of relevant legal and regulatory requirements. Conduct appropriate due diligence assessments of suppliers and business partners, especially those operating in higher-risk jurisdictions. Partner with business and legal colleagues to conduct semi-annual compliance risk assessments and assurance activities; prepare clear and concise compliance reports in a timely manner. Lead compliance-related internal investigations, working closely with the Internal Audit function where applicable. Engage with outside auditors in support of any compliance-assurance activities; Interact with regulators on compliance issues, as needed. Monitor and analyze relevant market developments and government regulatory updates. Develop, review and maintain data-driven metrics that provide actionable insight for the compliance programs continuous development.

Requirements: JD Degree from a reputable U.S. law school; active Bar membership in the U.S. 10+ years of legal experience in compliance-related fields; prior in-house experience is preferred. Experience implementing and monitoring a global compliance program for a multinational publicly listed company, including designing and tailoring training, global policies, and regional guidance. Prior experience in the Commercial/Industrial/WholesaleDistribution/Building Materials or related industry is highly desired. Experience leading and conducting confidential and privileged investigations. Demonstrated ability to create and conduct engaging and effective live training presentations and the creation of effective interactive electronic training programs. Excellent organizational, analytical, communication, and diplomacy skills. Strong influencing skills, as well as excellent collaboration skills, to engage with high performance teams and colleagues in different functions and levels within a diverse and global organization. Excellent project and time management skills with the ability to handle multiple tasks of varied complexity, set priorities, meet deadlines, and develop process efficiencies where required.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-30

Virginia - Manager - Private Client Service (PCS) Tax Practice

McLean VA Manager - Private Client Service (PCS) Tax Practice
The candidate will be responsible for the preparation and review of tax returns. Will participate in identifying client issues and communicating with clients and financial managers. Should preferably have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics or related degree with 3.0 GPA. Advanced credential like CPA, J.D., CFP or CFA preferred. Must have 5+ years of relevant work experience with an accounting firm, including 3+ years of PCS experience.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2013-03-23

Virginia - Tax Senior Manager - National Tax - Tax Performance Advisory - Tax Reporting and Compliance

Richmond VA Tax Senior Manager - National Tax - Tax Performance Advisory - Tax Reporting and Compliance
The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 8 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 7 years of related work experience. An undergraduate emphasis in accounting and 8+ years of related work experience in tax process improvement experience or equivalent experience in business or industry OR a Master's degree and 7+ years of related work experience preferred. CPA, J.D. degree or Enrolled Agent certification is required. FAS 109 experience and/or corporate income tax compliance experience preferred. Should have relevant experience in one or more of the following specialty areas: tax software products such as CORPTax, TaxStreamOneSource, Fast-Tax, LongviewInsource, etc.; tax data and reporting requirements for ledger and consolidation systems such as SAP, Oracle, Hyperion, etc.; and tax process and operational assessments. Ability to travel at least 50% of the time is required.
Legal 7 - 9 Full-time 2013-03-19

Virginia - Tax Law Editor I (Federal)

Arlington VA Tax Law Editor I (Federal)
The candidate will write and edit copy for Tax Management portfolios, journals, and bulletins that allows company to provide analysis of simple to moderately complex tax developments. Review for substantive accuracy, spelling, grammar, and format, and write copy for inclusion in Tax Management products. Update portfolios by adding, deleting, or modifying content to reflect relevant developments. Edit additional content that may include material written by outside authors or other Tax Law Editors. Add discussion when appropriate. Respond to subscriber inquiries and communicate product knowledge to field sales force and marketing department personnel. Assume direct product responsibility for all editorial functions and oversee the release of journals written by outside tax counsel, including meeting page counts and publication deadlines. Participate in special projects. Perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have J.D. degree or CPA certification with one basic tax course, and at least one other tax course in any of the following: state and local taxation, corporate tax, partnership tax, compensation planning, international taxation, or taxation of estates, gifts, and trusts. Must have excellent writing, editing, and researching skills. Should have knowledge of current Federal, state, or foreign country tax law, including some specialized knowledge on assigned subject area. Must have an ability to analyze tax materials dealing with a variety of topics and to write original analytical material as well as ability to use text editing systems effectively with company training and apply rules as dictated by Tax Management style manual and other uniform citation systems. Experience in a tax-related position involving more than tax return preparation or reporting (e.g., law or accounting firm) is preferred. Editorial experience in tax law (involving more than reporting only) is also preferred.
Legal 1 - 1 Full-time 2013-03-06

Virginia - Federal - US Federal Legal Counsel Manager

Arlington VA Federal - US Federal Legal Counsel Manager
The candidate support, promote and implement initiatives related to compliance, regulatory and ethics areas associated with company's business with the US Federal government. Will improve existing compliance initiatives, practices and policies. Provide legal advice and contracting support throughout the full life cycle of federal procurement. Provide strategies for issue resolution related to general compliance matters, such as mandatory disclosure, security breaches, claims, bid protests, GSA Schedule issues, OCI, Procurement Integrity, anti-corruption and other areas related to US Federal Ethics, Regulatory and Compliance matters. Draft a broad range of documents in support of matters related to compliance regulatory and ethics activities (e.g., correspondence, memoranda, toolkits, internal guidelines, white papers, talking points, AFS practice/policy revisions, etc.). Interact directly with government officials on sensitive compliance matters.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and active Bar membership. Mus have 4 years of federal compliance experience in a law firm and/or large corporate legal department with 4 years of experience applying and interpreting FAR, DFARS, and other applicable law in the context of a large ($500M+) federal business and 4 years of experience providing legal advice to business clients. Solid understanding and appreciation of intellectual property issues and other contractual issues (e.g., indemnification, limitation of liability, personnel issues, data privacy, export compliance, etc.) as they apply to government transactions preferred. Experience with international deployment issues, e.g. SOFA, Export Control desired. Working knowledge of competition law and corporate law preferred.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2013-03-01

Virginia - Senior Intellectual Property Transactions Counsel - Senior Manager

Arlington VA Senior Intellectual Property Transactions Counsel - Senior Manager
The candidate will be responsible to lead intellectual property transactions, both during mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and during divestitures and significant licensing transactions. Responsibilities include managing and performing significant intellectual property due diligence during M&A transactions, providing lead counsel and advice regarding intellectual property risks and mitigation efforts during acquisition efforts, providing expertise, education and training across relevant legal disciplines and business for these inbound and outbound transactions. May supervise outside counsel and/or non-attorney staff. Lead management of intellectual property due diligence, analysis, structuring and negotiation of intellectual property terms during merger and acquisition and joint venture activity. Lead management of intellectual property issues on significant or complex IP licensing transactions and outbound divestitures, spin-offs and other sales of intellectual assets. Develop and formalize processes, templates and form agreements for special or complex IP transactions, and prepare education and other communication materials regarding those developments. Coordinate efforts of outside counsel on both inbound (merger and acquisition/joint venture) and outbound (licensing, sales and other divestitures) of intellectual property efforts. Coordinate IP transactions issues with merger and acquisition internal counsel, corporate development and new business leads, and lead counsel for growth platforms and operating groups on relevant transactions, and with other IP professionals in the Legal IP group. Provide intellectual property transactions counseling to Legal group members across geographies and specialty groups. Anticipate needs, and conceive and develop specific knowledge capital deliverables (i.e. developing/reviewing processes, communications, etc.). Anticipate and manage multiple projects, expectations and concerns working closely with senior executives, and acquisition and divestiture targets, in a focused and responsive manner. Deliver timely, rapid, focused and relevant responses to internal client teams as well as fellow Legal group colleagues. Anticipate issues and obstacles that impact group and/or client success. Develop innovative solutions in alignment with business strategy. Reports to the Managing Director - Legal Services, Intellectual Property and Strategic Initiatives.

The candidate should have a Law degree preferably with an undergraduate degree or comparable education in computer technology, software or electrical engineering or other hard science. Must have 6+ years of experience practicing intellectual property/patent law (in-house corporate intellectual property/patent attorney or within a law firm) with 5+ years of experience in managing due diligence, license and agreement structuring, negotiation and other IP-related issues in merger, acquisition, joint venture and licensing activities. Experience in patent and IP litigation and related counseling preferred. In-depth knowledge of intellectual property and information technology law, with extensive knowledge and experience of software licensing (including open source software), standards-essential patents, and FRAND terms and M&A deals desired. Travel may be required.
Legal 6 - 8 Full-time 2013-02-27

Virginia - Tax Manager - National Tax - International Tax Quantitative Services Manager

Richmond VA Tax Senior Manager - International Tax Quantitative Services Senior Manager
The candidate will report directly to the national leader of the ITqS practice. The focus of the ITqS group is to assist companies in determining, reporting and managing their US tax attributes using quantitative analysis and modeling related to their international operations. Work with the National ITqS Leader, others in the National ITqS group and local office teams in the design and execution of complex ITqS projects with significant clients of the firm. Projects will include assisting clients with US international information reporting, computing US tax attributes related to international operations, modeling the impact of proposed US international tax legislation, and advising clients on improvements to their tax provision process. Assist in the development of the ITqS practice including the development and implementation of quantitative tools and processes. Provide thought leadership by drafting Tax Alerts and articles on ITqS technical developments for internal and external publication and teaching internal training courses on international taxation.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in accounting and 5 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree in law or tax and 4 years of related work experience. Must have 3+ years of relevant tax experience with a Big 4 public accounting firm or equivalent experience in business or industry. CPA certification is needed. Should have experience in modeling quantitative attributes around foreign tax credits.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2013-02-26
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Benefits Attorney
In-House,The Air Line Pilots Association, International
Location : Tysons Corner Virginia United States

The Air Line Pilots Association, International (ALPA), the largest airline pilot union in the world (representing over 62,000 pilots at 34 U.S. and Canadian airlines) seeks a Benefits Attorney for our headquarters in Tysons, Virginia.  The Benefits A... + read more

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Erisa Compliance Attorney
In-House,USI insurance
Location : Falls Church, VA, United States

ERISA Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for monitoring and communicating ongoing and changing laws affecting health and welfare plans, including ACA, ERISA, the Code, HIPAA, and COBRA. Be responsible for the development and prese... + read more

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Senior Legal Counsel Corporate & Securities
Refer job# ZQQR147905
 
Senior Legal Counsel - Corporate & Securities DUTIES: Ensuring ongoing company compliance with all applicable filings with U.S. Securities and Exchange and NASDAQ, including periodic filings, proxy statements and Section 16 reporting. Providing support for other securities law issues, including but not limited to insider trading policy, Regulation FD compliance, and current reporting on Form 8-K. Advising internal clients with respect to compliance with all applicable securities and corporate laws and corporate governance matters. Providing support with respect to securities offerings, including preparing related documents and advising internal clients. Working with business groups to structure and negotiate business transactions, strategic business development initiatives Ensuring that complies with other regulatory requirements and filings and with commercial and contractual obligations. Supporting the General Counsel and Secretary with Board of Directors matters including preparing meeting materials, minutes, consents, resolutions and certificates, charters and policies. Researching relevant statutes, rulings, and precedents to be used as a basis for answering requests for legal opinions of a routine nature or limited scope. Assisting with management and coordination of complete compliance program, including the scaling and monitoring of procedures and controls, the assessment of compliance risks, managing compliance best practices in all relevant areas, including Code of Ethical Business Conduct, Enterprise Risk Assessments, SOX and antitrust. Management of global legal entities, including ensuring that legal entities are created, maintained, and dissolved in a controlled manner that meets regulatory standards and business needs. Advising internal clients regarding legal requirements, best practices, and strategies for managing risk in order to avoid negative publicity issues and litigation to advance mission statement. Providing support with corporate finance transactions, such as credit facilities, public debt offerings, commercial paper, etc. Providing support with executive compensation and equity compensation disclosure and administration. Providing support with earnings releases, analyst/investor conferences, disclosure issues and shareholder proposals. Coordinates work with outside counsel and internal clients, and effectively manages outside counsels work product and costs.

QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed to practice law in at least one state, and willingness to be admitted to VA Bar. Relevant substantive 10+ years of experience with a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Exceptional academic credentials from an ABA (American Bar Association) accredited law school.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Securities Attorney
Refer job# KVJK147881
 
Securities Attorney Duties: Provide legal advice and counsel with respect to securities law issues, corporate governance, board materials, board committee filings, securities filings requirements and compliance, disclosure obligations and committee materials, shareholder services, and related areas of responsibility. Review and advise on the preparation of all public company disclosure matters, including SEC and NASDAQ filings (including Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and annual proxy statement) and Section 16 compliance. Support the annual meeting of stockholders, as well as supporting board of directors and board committee meetings, as needed. Provide legal advice and counsel with respect to insider trading laws and the companys insider trading policy. Collaborate and work cross-functionally across multiple departments on matters relating to SEC reporting and compliance, governance and global subsidiary management. Draft and negotiate debt and equity transaction documents, credit facilities and related agreements, corporate treasury borrowing and derivatives agreements and provide general advice and counsel to clients on these and related corporate financing matters. Serve as a subject matter expert on existing securities laws and regulations, and monitor legal developments and proposed changes in those areas. Assist with general corporate and public company compliance matters and special projects as necessary. Support special corporate and securities projects, including offerings and investments. Oversee and manage outside counsel and staff, as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Licensed to practice law in one or more U.S. jurisdictions. 3-7 years of experience advising publicly-listed corporations on securities law, debt and equity offerings, and related matters. Experience and familiarity with 33 and 34 act, including periodic reports (8-K, 10-Q, 10-K, proxy statements) and other SEC regulations, including Section 16 reporting obligations. Ability to work independently. Preferred: In-house experience advising publicly-listed corporations on securities law, debt and equity offerings, and related matters. Excellent judgment and the ability to provide clear, reasoned and timely legal advice in the best interests of the company. Familiarity with public company executive compensation. Strong written and oral communication skills. Strong organizational skills. The ability to interact well with business leaders at all levels. Flexibility and a willingness to adapt to the changing needs of the enterprise and business environment. Project management experience. Team player with the ability to proactively collaborate with cross-functional teams. Ability to succeed in a rapidly changing, no frills, results-oriented culture.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Litigation Attorney
Refer job# TDSW147835
 
Litigation Attorney The candidate will arrange appropriate assignments and experiences to support others' learning and development. Will seek out different ways to use current and relevant technological advances. Analyse marketplace trends - economical, social, cultural, technological - to identify opportunities and create value propositions. Deploy methods to keep up with, and stay ahead of, new developments and ideas. Offer a global perspective in stakeholder discussions and when shaping solutions / recommendations. Drive and take ownership for developing networks that help deliver what is best for stakeholders. Proactively manage stakeholders to create positive outcomes for all parties. Uphold the firm's code of ethics and business conduct. Should have a J.D. degree and be a member in good standing of the VA State Bar. Must have 5+ years of experience. Should preferably have one or more of the following: work experience at a regulator; audit liability/professional services defense experience; or in-house litigation experience. Demonstrated thought leadership and a record of success directing efforts in handling litigation/arbitration/contentious regulatory matters is needed.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Director & Deputy General Counsel - Compliance
Refer job# UMBU147790
 
Senior Director & Deputy General Counsel - Compliance Responsibilities: Lead a small team of compliance attorneys and professionals to develop, deliver and maintain an appropriate and effective compliance program for a commercial wholesale trade business with a primary listing in the UK (FTSE 100) and operating principally in North America. Implement appropriate policies and procedures to ensure that the Companys compliance programs are effective and efficient in identifying, preventing, detecting and correcting any non-compliances with applicable laws and regulations. Develop an annual compliance work plan that is flexibly tailored within an overarching compliance framework that balances regulatory requirements, risk mitigation and business objectives. Provide guidance, advice, and engaging training programs to improve the business understanding of relevant legal and regulatory requirements. Conduct appropriate due diligence assessments of suppliers and business partners, especially those operating in higher-risk jurisdictions. Partner with business and legal colleagues to conduct semi-annual compliance risk assessments and assurance activities; prepare clear and concise compliance reports in a timely manner. Lead compliance-related internal investigations, working closely with the Internal Audit function where applicable. Engage with outside auditors in support of any compliance-assurance activities; Interact with regulators on compliance issues, as needed. Monitor and analyze relevant market developments and government regulatory updates. Develop, review and maintain data-driven metrics that provide actionable insight for the compliance programs continuous development.

Requirements: JD Degree from a reputable U.S. law school; active Bar membership in the U.S. 10+ years of legal experience in compliance-related fields; prior in-house experience is preferred. Experience implementing and monitoring a global compliance program for a multinational publicly listed company, including designing and tailoring training, global policies, and regional guidance. Prior experience in the Commercial/Industrial/WholesaleDistribution/Building Materials or related industry is highly desired. Experience leading and conducting confidential and privileged investigations. Demonstrated ability to create and conduct engaging and effective live training presentations and the creation of effective interactive electronic training programs. Excellent organizational, analytical, communication, and diplomacy skills. Strong influencing skills, as well as excellent collaboration skills, to engage with high performance teams and colleagues in different functions and levels within a diverse and global organization. Excellent project and time management skills with the ability to handle multiple tasks of varied complexity, set priorities, meet deadlines, and develop process efficiencies where required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Virginia - Manager - Private Client Service (PCS) Tax Practice
Refer job# 6OUC25992
 
Manager - Private Client Service (PCS) Tax Practice
The candidate will be responsible for the preparation and review of tax returns. Will participate in identifying client issues and communicating with clients and financial managers. Should preferably have a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics or related degree with 3.0 GPA. Advanced credential like CPA, J.D., CFP or CFA preferred. Must have 5+ years of relevant work experience with an accounting firm, including 3+ years of PCS experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Virginia - Tax Senior Manager - National Tax - Tax Performance Advisory - Tax Reporting and Compliance
Refer job# 1F8K25916
 
Tax Senior Manager - National Tax - Tax Performance Advisory - Tax Reporting and Compliance
The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and 8 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree and 7 years of related work experience. An undergraduate emphasis in accounting and 8+ years of related work experience in tax process improvement experience or equivalent experience in business or industry OR a Master's degree and 7+ years of related work experience preferred. CPA, J.D. degree or Enrolled Agent certification is required. FAS 109 experience and/or corporate income tax compliance experience preferred. Should have relevant experience in one or more of the following specialty areas: tax software products such as CORPTax, TaxStreamOneSource, Fast-Tax, LongviewInsource, etc.; tax data and reporting requirements for ledger and consolidation systems such as SAP, Oracle, Hyperion, etc.; and tax process and operational assessments. Ability to travel at least 50% of the time is required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Virginia - Tax Law Editor I (Federal)
Refer job# ESEL25786
 
Tax Law Editor I (Federal)
The candidate will write and edit copy for Tax Management portfolios, journals, and bulletins that allows company to provide analysis of simple to moderately complex tax developments. Review for substantive accuracy, spelling, grammar, and format, and write copy for inclusion in Tax Management products. Update portfolios by adding, deleting, or modifying content to reflect relevant developments. Edit additional content that may include material written by outside authors or other Tax Law Editors. Add discussion when appropriate. Respond to subscriber inquiries and communicate product knowledge to field sales force and marketing department personnel. Assume direct product responsibility for all editorial functions and oversee the release of journals written by outside tax counsel, including meeting page counts and publication deadlines. Participate in special projects. Perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate should have J.D. degree or CPA certification with one basic tax course, and at least one other tax course in any of the following: state and local taxation, corporate tax, partnership tax, compensation planning, international taxation, or taxation of estates, gifts, and trusts. Must have excellent writing, editing, and researching skills. Should have knowledge of current Federal, state, or foreign country tax law, including some specialized knowledge on assigned subject area. Must have an ability to analyze tax materials dealing with a variety of topics and to write original analytical material as well as ability to use text editing systems effectively with company training and apply rules as dictated by Tax Management style manual and other uniform citation systems. Experience in a tax-related position involving more than tax return preparation or reporting (e.g., law or accounting firm) is preferred. Editorial experience in tax law (involving more than reporting only) is also preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Virginia - Federal - US Federal Legal Counsel Manager
Refer job# XJXF25739
 
Federal - US Federal Legal Counsel Manager
The candidate support, promote and implement initiatives related to compliance, regulatory and ethics areas associated with company's business with the US Federal government. Will improve existing compliance initiatives, practices and policies. Provide legal advice and contracting support throughout the full life cycle of federal procurement. Provide strategies for issue resolution related to general compliance matters, such as mandatory disclosure, security breaches, claims, bid protests, GSA Schedule issues, OCI, Procurement Integrity, anti-corruption and other areas related to US Federal Ethics, Regulatory and Compliance matters. Draft a broad range of documents in support of matters related to compliance regulatory and ethics activities (e.g., correspondence, memoranda, toolkits, internal guidelines, white papers, talking points, AFS practice/policy revisions, etc.). Interact directly with government officials on sensitive compliance matters.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and active Bar membership. Mus have 4 years of federal compliance experience in a law firm and/or large corporate legal department with 4 years of experience applying and interpreting FAR, DFARS, and other applicable law in the context of a large ($500M+) federal business and 4 years of experience providing legal advice to business clients. Solid understanding and appreciation of intellectual property issues and other contractual issues (e.g., indemnification, limitation of liability, personnel issues, data privacy, export compliance, etc.) as they apply to government transactions preferred. Experience with international deployment issues, e.g. SOFA, Export Control desired. Working knowledge of competition law and corporate law preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Virginia - Senior Intellectual Property Transactions Counsel - Senior Manager
Refer job# 863O25698
 
Senior Intellectual Property Transactions Counsel - Senior Manager
The candidate will be responsible to lead intellectual property transactions, both during mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and during divestitures and significant licensing transactions. Responsibilities include managing and performing significant intellectual property due diligence during M&A transactions, providing lead counsel and advice regarding intellectual property risks and mitigation efforts during acquisition efforts, providing expertise, education and training across relevant legal disciplines and business for these inbound and outbound transactions. May supervise outside counsel and/or non-attorney staff. Lead management of intellectual property due diligence, analysis, structuring and negotiation of intellectual property terms during merger and acquisition and joint venture activity. Lead management of intellectual property issues on significant or complex IP licensing transactions and outbound divestitures, spin-offs and other sales of intellectual assets. Develop and formalize processes, templates and form agreements for special or complex IP transactions, and prepare education and other communication materials regarding those developments. Coordinate efforts of outside counsel on both inbound (merger and acquisition/joint venture) and outbound (licensing, sales and other divestitures) of intellectual property efforts. Coordinate IP transactions issues with merger and acquisition internal counsel, corporate development and new business leads, and lead counsel for growth platforms and operating groups on relevant transactions, and with other IP professionals in the Legal IP group. Provide intellectual property transactions counseling to Legal group members across geographies and specialty groups. Anticipate needs, and conceive and develop specific knowledge capital deliverables (i.e. developing/reviewing processes, communications, etc.). Anticipate and manage multiple projects, expectations and concerns working closely with senior executives, and acquisition and divestiture targets, in a focused and responsive manner. Deliver timely, rapid, focused and relevant responses to internal client teams as well as fellow Legal group colleagues. Anticipate issues and obstacles that impact group and/or client success. Develop innovative solutions in alignment with business strategy. Reports to the Managing Director - Legal Services, Intellectual Property and Strategic Initiatives.

The candidate should have a Law degree preferably with an undergraduate degree or comparable education in computer technology, software or electrical engineering or other hard science. Must have 6+ years of experience practicing intellectual property/patent law (in-house corporate intellectual property/patent attorney or within a law firm) with 5+ years of experience in managing due diligence, license and agreement structuring, negotiation and other IP-related issues in merger, acquisition, joint venture and licensing activities. Experience in patent and IP litigation and related counseling preferred. In-depth knowledge of intellectual property and information technology law, with extensive knowledge and experience of software licensing (including open source software), standards-essential patents, and FRAND terms and M&A deals desired. Travel may be required.
 
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Virginia - Tax Manager - National Tax - International Tax Quantitative Services Manager
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Tax Senior Manager - International Tax Quantitative Services Senior Manager
The candidate will report directly to the national leader of the ITqS practice. The focus of the ITqS group is to assist companies in determining, reporting and managing their US tax attributes using quantitative analysis and modeling related to their international operations. Work with the National ITqS Leader, others in the National ITqS group and local office teams in the design and execution of complex ITqS projects with significant clients of the firm. Projects will include assisting clients with US international information reporting, computing US tax attributes related to international operations, modeling the impact of proposed US international tax legislation, and advising clients on improvements to their tax provision process. Assist in the development of the ITqS practice including the development and implementation of quantitative tools and processes. Provide thought leadership by drafting Tax Alerts and articles on ITqS technical developments for internal and external publication and teaching internal training courses on international taxation.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree in accounting and 5 years of related work experience OR a Graduate degree in law or tax and 4 years of related work experience. Must have 3+ years of relevant tax experience with a Big 4 public accounting firm or equivalent experience in business or industry. CPA certification is needed. Should have experience in modeling quantitative attributes around foreign tax credits.
 
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