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Associate Regulatory Counsel - State Regulatory Compliance & Policy

Washington DC Associate Regulatory Counsel - State Regulatory Compliance and Policy Duties: Assist in drafting filings for submission to state regulatory agencies. Manage and maintain compliance and reporting for state regulatory agency requirements. Includes annual, semi-annual and quarterly reports. May include assisting Tax Team with timely reporting of surcharges and fees. Advise the business of reporting requirements as they evolve. Support the business needs for subsidy/funding programs (e.g. tariffs, terms and conditions, third party agents, applications, escalations, etc.). Build relationships with state regulatory officials and staff. Improve legal and regulatory filing processes while working closely with internal teams to ensure regulatory compliance processes are followed or established. File legal documents as needed within state agency guidelines.

Qualifications: Licensed attorney with a J.D. from an accredited law school. Should have 2-5 years of relevant professional experience. Detail-oriented, demonstrably excellent writing, superb oral presentation and organization skills, and the ability to flexibly manage multiple simultaneous assignments in a faced-paced and dynamic environment. Dedication to contributing as a positive team player. The ability to work independently based on general guidance.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2022-09-30

Senior Counsel, Employment Litigation

Washington DC Senior Counsel, Employment Litigation The candidate will represent and defend Tesla in all aspects of employment-related litigation matters, including Title VII, FEHA, and similar laws; affirmative action; disability access and accommodation; employee benefits; harassment and discrimination; unfair labor practice charges; wage and hour claims; wrongful terminations; and reductions in force. Engage in factual investigation, analyze complex legal and factual issues, conduct extensive, legal research, independently develop, recommend and present defense strategies on a wide range of lawsuits and disputes. Respond to complaints and other pleadings, draft and file motions to compel arbitration in California state and federal courts, propound and respond to discovery requests, prepare and file motions, appear in court, and represent Tesla at hearings, mediations, trials and arbitrations. Prepare witnesses for deposition and trial. Negotiate for the dismissal or resolution of cases at all stages in the litigation process. Respond to attorney demand letters and agency matters, including government-initiated inquiries and audits. Maintain knowledge of current and emerging laws, regulations and trends related to California employment and labor laws. Report out to colleagues on proactive approaches to mitigating legal risk gleaned from litigation matters and facilitate Tesla's ongoing compliance with applicable federal, state, and local labor and employment laws (FLSA, Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FEHA, OFCCP, etc.). Lead in management of outside counsel handling employment litigation.

The candidate should be a licensed attorney with 6-10 years of experience in California employment litigation. Employment law and litigation experience at a law firm or government agency, including experience defending wage and hour and/or Title VII actions. Experience defending PAGA actions and collective actions is a plus. Experience in employment defense litigation, including initial case assessment, strategy development, propounding and responding to discovery, drafting motions, mediation, arbitration, and court trials. Track record of working efficiently with a client-service focus in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Possess an entrepreneurial mindset and take active ownership of your areas of responsibility. Capable of working both autonomously and collaboratively, effective at juggling and prioritizing multiple competing tasks in a fast-paced, challenging environment. A quick and flexible learner: intellectually curious, open-minded, adaptable, comfortable with ambiguity and risk, and excited by dynamic change. Adept at and comfortable making complex cost/benefit assessments. Inspire trust, forge relationships quickly, and earn the confidence and cooperation of business partners. High standards, impeccable integrity and ethics, unquestionable good judgment, well-honed analytical skills. Strong oral and written communication skills.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2022-09-28

Vp, Corporate Counsel, Real Estate Finance

Washington DC VP, Corporate Counsel, Real Estate Finance Duties: Providing substantive legal advice and broad legal oversight in connection with PGIM RE's loan origination activities - this will specifically include responsibilities in connection with core, core plus and high yield mortgage lending programs. Supporting the business in the development of new product offerings and investment strategies impacting proprietary and third-party mortgage lending programs. Supporting fundraising activities, fund formation, and separate client accounts. Managing the performance of, and relationships with, outside counsel. Providing day-to-day legal support for the business, which will include engaging broadly in the support of all aspects of the business, responding to ad-hoc legal issues and identifying and seeking mitigants to risks that may impact the business (e.g. operational risks, regulatory risks and reputational risks). Collaborating with other members of the Law Department on global initiatives such as the use of technology and the continued development and maintenance of standardized positions, processes, procedures and documents. Working in collaboration with other members of the Law Department both within the U.S. and internationally on the assessment of, and development of appropriate responses to, market changes, and legal and regulatory issues. Attending, contributing to and organizing legal training sessions (both external and internal). Upholding PGIM and Law Department core values and having active involvement in organizational initiatives (e.g. diversity, equity and inclusion, pro bono and volunteerism).

Qualifications: Should have 6 years of relevant experience, either in private practice (preferably with an AmLaw 100 firm) or in-house, and Admission to the Bar of at least one state. Experience with fund formation, capital raising and negotiating investment management agreements. Experience with CLOs. Established track record of relevant experience in real estate finance (meaningful experience across core, core plus and high yield lending and preferred equity investing are strongly preferred). Excellent market knowledge, technical skills, commercial sense and professional judgment, with a willingness to make decisions and a strong drive to identify solutions and achieve results. Highly effective communication skills and an ability to engage with stakeholders at all levels of seniority, from senior management to analysts.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-26

Assistant General Counsel, Litigation

Washington DC Assistant General Counsel, Litigation Responsibilities: Managing and resolving a wide range of lawsuits and pre-litigation disputes. Driving responses to investigation matters and inquiries involving regulators and other government entities. Developing all aspects of strategy for managing and resolving cases and investigations. Conducting internal investigations and fact development, including working with witnesses. Working in close partnership with colleagues in the Legal Department and business partners across the company, to achieve good business and legal results and facilitate smart risk-taking. Helping manage the Company's responses to third-party requests for information, complying with the law and passionately protecting the data of our Company, employees and customers. Supervising outside counsel and litigation consultants, managing budgets and supporting litigation and investigations reporting. Drafting policies and internal procedures, and conducting training to educate business partners; adding rigor to all aspects of internal processes and champion data-driven decisions.

Qualifications: JD in good standing with California Bar. 8-13 combined years of experience in litigation and investigations with a top-tier law firm, in-house legal department, and/or government office. Good litigator's mindset. Good business partner's mindset. Team-player. Subject matter expertise in litigation, including motions, pleadings, and discovery, including eDiscovery. Ability to independently and successfully manage significant case load and big cross-company projects for multiple internal stakeholders with competing deadlines. Very organized; an ability and interest in prioritizing the most critical work and finding ways to scale; understands the importance of process and rigor; innovates where appropriate to improve processes. High level of enthusiasm and a positive attitude. Good communication skills and proven ability to interact with business professionals at different levels. Good judgment.
Legal 8 - 13 Full-time 2022-09-26

Corporate Counsel - Intellectual Property

Washington DC Corporate Counsel - Intellectual Property The candidate will analyze, provide recommendations for and negotiate patent licensing opportunities. Will assist in managing patent litigations. Draft IP licenses. Manage trademark portfolios. and Counsel business units on all aspects of IP.

The candidate should have a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science. Must have a J.D. degree with strong academic credentials from an accredited law school. Must have 3+ years of IP experience at a major law firm, boutique IP firm or corporation. A solid understanding of patent, trademark and copyright laws is required. Wireless experience preferred. Should have demonstrated project management capability. Must have Admission to practice as a patent attorney before the USPTO. Patent prosecution experience is a plus. Should have Admission to the Colorado Bar, or the ability to become admitted promptly under Rule 222 of the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure (Single-Client Counsel).
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-24

Director & Associate General Counsel, Product Compliance

Washington DC Director & Associate General Counsel, Product Compliance Duties: Serve as primary legal compliance advisor to intake, assess, implement and monitor new and existing legal obligations relevant to WhatsApp's products and services arising from contracts, settlements, laws, regulations, among others. Advise on and help drive adoption of compliance requirements that effectively manage new and existing legal risks and embed compliance in WhatsApp's internal controls, as well as in its platform, product and services designs. Collaborate with cross-functional stakeholders to engage executive and regional leadership on new legal obligations to ensure awareness, assess the impact and risks of new legal obligations, and provide and receive feedback. Collaborate with compliance and risk subject matter experts to develop common guidance on new legal obligations and drive WhatsApp stakeholders to implement solutions, including by coordinating across WhatsApp product counsel. Work closely with the New Legal Obligations (NLO) team and different compliance and risk subject matter experts to align to global frameworks where applicable and develop guidance on how new legal obligations are managed at WhatsApp. Serve as a strategic business partner, advisor and leader who can influence product and business partners in building and executing compliance solutions. Enhance and scale the policies, processes, and tools that translate new legal obligations into internal controls and product implementation requirements. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives, as needed.

Qualifications: J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and active membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Must have 10+ years of practicing attorney experience. Compliance-related experience. Experience providing programmatic legal guidance across a wide variety of legal issues to business stakeholders. Experience delivering practical advice under pressure and experience operating within ambiguity and prioritizing work. Interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems, including skills leading projects or programs that rely on - and bring together - multiple teams. In-house experience at mobile, internet, technology, or telecommunications companies. Experience with program and project management, including working closely with and providing legal advice to - functions that deliver program and project management for compliance initiatives. Team management and building experience.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-23

Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Mile

Washington DC Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Mile The candidate will be embedded with the Global Mile leadership team, partnering directly with the business as they develop and implement a global logistics strategy. Will serve as lead counsel advising on global product coordination, maritime and freight forwarding regulatory compliance, product development and operational execution, commercial transactions, business development, IP, data protection and privacy, marketing, and competition matters, and help resolve issues that arise in relationships with logistics providers, vendors, and government authorities. Develop strategies for handling legal issues in creative, business-centric ways and build processes that address risk and provide the business with the flexibility and freedom to move quickly.

The candidate should have 10+ years of legal experience. Must have demonstrated transactional experience drafting and negotiating commercial agreements in the logistics, transportation, and/or supply chain space. Should have Juris Doctor, strong academic credentials, and membership in at least one State Bar. A mix of law firm and in-house and/or government experience working in the cross-border logistics, transportation, and/or technology sectors is preferred. Familiarity with international trade, customs, maritime, aviation and/or freight forwarding laws is a plus.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-23

Executive Counsel - International Trade Compliance

Washington DC Executive Counsel - International Trade Compliance The candidate will provide legal counsel to the business on ITC issues and coordinate with outside legal counsel, as appropriate. Execute on the export licensing program, watchlist screening, education and training on ITC issues, export classification (tagging), and related areas, including as the GEHC focal point under the Export Controls Enterprise Standard. Support/lead internal investigations and provide advice on issues. Manage a global team of ITC professionals. Identify areas of ITC risk and ensure corrective actions are implemented, when necessary. Collaborate with various functions in the Business to enforce GEHC adherence to Standards, Policies and Procedures (Export Controls Enterprise Standard, Watchlist Compliance and Screening Guidelines etc.). Educate Business on regulatory changes impacting operations. Develop Business export compliance policies and programs. Manage internal/external audits and risk-based monitoring program (Export Controls Focal program). Develop a clear strategy for the team it leads. Coach and develop subordinates. Other duties as assigned. Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college & law degree, with license to practice in-house. Minimum of 8 years of experience in International Trade Compliance, Regulatory, or related experience. Prior experience working for or with a multinational company with manufactured products subject to sanctions and other trade compliance requirements. Prior leadership of a team of professionals, focusing on working together as a high-performing team and individual professional development. Strong oral and written communication skills across all levels of the business. Collaborative attitude, strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Experience leading initiatives of large scope and impact. Ability to coordinate multiple projects and priorities simultaneously. Experience working in a matrix-environment. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-23

Associate Corporate Counsel, Employment Litigation

Washington DC Associate Corporate Counsel, Employment Litigation The candidate will manage and supervise outside counsel on all types of employment litigation, including class, collective, and representative actions, single plaintiff actions, matters involving novel legal theories, agency charges, audits, and pre-litigation disputes. Will respond to EEOC, OFCCP, Office of Civil Rights, DFEH and other state and local agency inquiries and charges. Provide advice on a broad range of employment issues, including HR practices, performance management, terminations, recruiting, hiring, compensation and benefits, wage and hour and labor relations. Draft employment policies and programs that balance legal risk with business impact. Draft training and materials related to litigation practices and strategies.

The candidate should have JD, an equivalent degree, or equivalent practical experience. Must have 3 years of attorney experience working in an employment law firm or similar in-house experience. Must be Admitted to the Bar and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law in the state of hire. Experience managing complex class, collective, or representative litigation, governmental audits or inquiries at the federal and state level is preferred. Experience interacting with EEOC and state and local EEO agencies on complex matters is desired. Experience in advising and implementing HR/employment policies, data protection and intellectual property ownership issues in the employment context is a plus. Experience with advising on employment and executive compensation issues related to mergers and acquisitions activity is preferred. Direct or indirect (e.g. via a secondment) in-house experience is desired. Should preferably have experience in a U.S. multinational corporation.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-22

Corporate Counsel

Washington DC Corporate Counsel The candidate drafts, reviews and negotiates a variety of complex agreements with clients and partners; including life sciences companies, laboratory and radiology companies, billing companies, CROs, payors and advertising agencies. These including MSAs, SOWs, license agreements, SAS agreements, TPAs, data use agreements, clinical study agreements; retrospective study agreements; and user consents. Supports the Veradigm Business Unit including Provider and the Life Sciences teams which includes transactional and product advisory work including the following: Advises on implementation of commercial arrangements within the EHR; Works on research and study agreements and implementation; Provides advice on the EULA and review, draft, revise the EULA, including click through agreements and consents within the EHR; Works with the design team on questions related to features/functionality; and Advises marketing in connection with public facing content. Identifies and escalates compliance issues. Advises company regarding business risk issues. All other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Should have 4 years of experience practicing law. Undergraduate degree and JD (must be from an accredited law school). Admitted to at least one State Bar in the United States. Commercial contracting experience with healthcare, information technology and/or life sciences. Knowledge of general corporate and compliance issues. Preferred candidate will be a self-starter with exceptional organizational skills. Prior in-house experience is preferred. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-09-22
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Principal Corporate Counsel - Sales
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Associate Regulatory Counsel - State Regulatory Compliance & Policy
Refer job# GIBH170771
 
Associate Regulatory Counsel - State Regulatory Compliance and Policy Duties: Assist in drafting filings for submission to state regulatory agencies. Manage and maintain compliance and reporting for state regulatory agency requirements. Includes annual, semi-annual and quarterly reports. May include assisting Tax Team with timely reporting of surcharges and fees. Advise the business of reporting requirements as they evolve. Support the business needs for subsidy/funding programs (e.g. tariffs, terms and conditions, third party agents, applications, escalations, etc.). Build relationships with state regulatory officials and staff. Improve legal and regulatory filing processes while working closely with internal teams to ensure regulatory compliance processes are followed or established. File legal documents as needed within state agency guidelines.

Qualifications: Licensed attorney with a J.D. from an accredited law school. Should have 2-5 years of relevant professional experience. Detail-oriented, demonstrably excellent writing, superb oral presentation and organization skills, and the ability to flexibly manage multiple simultaneous assignments in a faced-paced and dynamic environment. Dedication to contributing as a positive team player. The ability to work independently based on general guidance.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel, Employment Litigation
Refer job# TUTJ170674
 
Senior Counsel, Employment Litigation The candidate will represent and defend Tesla in all aspects of employment-related litigation matters, including Title VII, FEHA, and similar laws; affirmative action; disability access and accommodation; employee benefits; harassment and discrimination; unfair labor practice charges; wage and hour claims; wrongful terminations; and reductions in force. Engage in factual investigation, analyze complex legal and factual issues, conduct extensive, legal research, independently develop, recommend and present defense strategies on a wide range of lawsuits and disputes. Respond to complaints and other pleadings, draft and file motions to compel arbitration in California state and federal courts, propound and respond to discovery requests, prepare and file motions, appear in court, and represent Tesla at hearings, mediations, trials and arbitrations. Prepare witnesses for deposition and trial. Negotiate for the dismissal or resolution of cases at all stages in the litigation process. Respond to attorney demand letters and agency matters, including government-initiated inquiries and audits. Maintain knowledge of current and emerging laws, regulations and trends related to California employment and labor laws. Report out to colleagues on proactive approaches to mitigating legal risk gleaned from litigation matters and facilitate Tesla's ongoing compliance with applicable federal, state, and local labor and employment laws (FLSA, Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FEHA, OFCCP, etc.). Lead in management of outside counsel handling employment litigation.

The candidate should be a licensed attorney with 6-10 years of experience in California employment litigation. Employment law and litigation experience at a law firm or government agency, including experience defending wage and hour and/or Title VII actions. Experience defending PAGA actions and collective actions is a plus. Experience in employment defense litigation, including initial case assessment, strategy development, propounding and responding to discovery, drafting motions, mediation, arbitration, and court trials. Track record of working efficiently with a client-service focus in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Possess an entrepreneurial mindset and take active ownership of your areas of responsibility. Capable of working both autonomously and collaboratively, effective at juggling and prioritizing multiple competing tasks in a fast-paced, challenging environment. A quick and flexible learner: intellectually curious, open-minded, adaptable, comfortable with ambiguity and risk, and excited by dynamic change. Adept at and comfortable making complex cost/benefit assessments. Inspire trust, forge relationships quickly, and earn the confidence and cooperation of business partners. High standards, impeccable integrity and ethics, unquestionable good judgment, well-honed analytical skills. Strong oral and written communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Vp, Corporate Counsel, Real Estate Finance
Refer job# KYVS170637
 
VP, Corporate Counsel, Real Estate Finance Duties: Providing substantive legal advice and broad legal oversight in connection with PGIM RE's loan origination activities - this will specifically include responsibilities in connection with core, core plus and high yield mortgage lending programs. Supporting the business in the development of new product offerings and investment strategies impacting proprietary and third-party mortgage lending programs. Supporting fundraising activities, fund formation, and separate client accounts. Managing the performance of, and relationships with, outside counsel. Providing day-to-day legal support for the business, which will include engaging broadly in the support of all aspects of the business, responding to ad-hoc legal issues and identifying and seeking mitigants to risks that may impact the business (e.g. operational risks, regulatory risks and reputational risks). Collaborating with other members of the Law Department on global initiatives such as the use of technology and the continued development and maintenance of standardized positions, processes, procedures and documents. Working in collaboration with other members of the Law Department both within the U.S. and internationally on the assessment of, and development of appropriate responses to, market changes, and legal and regulatory issues. Attending, contributing to and organizing legal training sessions (both external and internal). Upholding PGIM and Law Department core values and having active involvement in organizational initiatives (e.g. diversity, equity and inclusion, pro bono and volunteerism).

Qualifications: Should have 6 years of relevant experience, either in private practice (preferably with an AmLaw 100 firm) or in-house, and Admission to the Bar of at least one state. Experience with fund formation, capital raising and negotiating investment management agreements. Experience with CLOs. Established track record of relevant experience in real estate finance (meaningful experience across core, core plus and high yield lending and preferred equity investing are strongly preferred). Excellent market knowledge, technical skills, commercial sense and professional judgment, with a willingness to make decisions and a strong drive to identify solutions and achieve results. Highly effective communication skills and an ability to engage with stakeholders at all levels of seniority, from senior management to analysts.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Assistant General Counsel, Litigation
Refer job# MVFH170668
 
Assistant General Counsel, Litigation Responsibilities: Managing and resolving a wide range of lawsuits and pre-litigation disputes. Driving responses to investigation matters and inquiries involving regulators and other government entities. Developing all aspects of strategy for managing and resolving cases and investigations. Conducting internal investigations and fact development, including working with witnesses. Working in close partnership with colleagues in the Legal Department and business partners across the company, to achieve good business and legal results and facilitate smart risk-taking. Helping manage the Company's responses to third-party requests for information, complying with the law and passionately protecting the data of our Company, employees and customers. Supervising outside counsel and litigation consultants, managing budgets and supporting litigation and investigations reporting. Drafting policies and internal procedures, and conducting training to educate business partners; adding rigor to all aspects of internal processes and champion data-driven decisions.

Qualifications: JD in good standing with California Bar. 8-13 combined years of experience in litigation and investigations with a top-tier law firm, in-house legal department, and/or government office. Good litigator's mindset. Good business partner's mindset. Team-player. Subject matter expertise in litigation, including motions, pleadings, and discovery, including eDiscovery. Ability to independently and successfully manage significant case load and big cross-company projects for multiple internal stakeholders with competing deadlines. Very organized; an ability and interest in prioritizing the most critical work and finding ways to scale; understands the importance of process and rigor; innovates where appropriate to improve processes. High level of enthusiasm and a positive attitude. Good communication skills and proven ability to interact with business professionals at different levels. Good judgment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Intellectual Property
Refer job# PAHF170594
 
Corporate Counsel - Intellectual Property The candidate will analyze, provide recommendations for and negotiate patent licensing opportunities. Will assist in managing patent litigations. Draft IP licenses. Manage trademark portfolios. and Counsel business units on all aspects of IP.

The candidate should have a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science. Must have a J.D. degree with strong academic credentials from an accredited law school. Must have 3+ years of IP experience at a major law firm, boutique IP firm or corporation. A solid understanding of patent, trademark and copyright laws is required. Wireless experience preferred. Should have demonstrated project management capability. Must have Admission to practice as a patent attorney before the USPTO. Patent prosecution experience is a plus. Should have Admission to the Colorado Bar, or the ability to become admitted promptly under Rule 222 of the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure (Single-Client Counsel).
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director & Associate General Counsel, Product Compliance
Refer job# QKMD170557
 
Director & Associate General Counsel, Product Compliance Duties: Serve as primary legal compliance advisor to intake, assess, implement and monitor new and existing legal obligations relevant to WhatsApp's products and services arising from contracts, settlements, laws, regulations, among others. Advise on and help drive adoption of compliance requirements that effectively manage new and existing legal risks and embed compliance in WhatsApp's internal controls, as well as in its platform, product and services designs. Collaborate with cross-functional stakeholders to engage executive and regional leadership on new legal obligations to ensure awareness, assess the impact and risks of new legal obligations, and provide and receive feedback. Collaborate with compliance and risk subject matter experts to develop common guidance on new legal obligations and drive WhatsApp stakeholders to implement solutions, including by coordinating across WhatsApp product counsel. Work closely with the New Legal Obligations (NLO) team and different compliance and risk subject matter experts to align to global frameworks where applicable and develop guidance on how new legal obligations are managed at WhatsApp. Serve as a strategic business partner, advisor and leader who can influence product and business partners in building and executing compliance solutions. Enhance and scale the policies, processes, and tools that translate new legal obligations into internal controls and product implementation requirements. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives, as needed.

Qualifications: J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and active membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Must have 10+ years of practicing attorney experience. Compliance-related experience. Experience providing programmatic legal guidance across a wide variety of legal issues to business stakeholders. Experience delivering practical advice under pressure and experience operating within ambiguity and prioritizing work. Interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems, including skills leading projects or programs that rely on - and bring together - multiple teams. In-house experience at mobile, internet, technology, or telecommunications companies. Experience with program and project management, including working closely with and providing legal advice to - functions that deliver program and project management for compliance initiatives. Team management and building experience.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Mile
Refer job# HLCI170570
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Mile The candidate will be embedded with the Global Mile leadership team, partnering directly with the business as they develop and implement a global logistics strategy. Will serve as lead counsel advising on global product coordination, maritime and freight forwarding regulatory compliance, product development and operational execution, commercial transactions, business development, IP, data protection and privacy, marketing, and competition matters, and help resolve issues that arise in relationships with logistics providers, vendors, and government authorities. Develop strategies for handling legal issues in creative, business-centric ways and build processes that address risk and provide the business with the flexibility and freedom to move quickly.

The candidate should have 10+ years of legal experience. Must have demonstrated transactional experience drafting and negotiating commercial agreements in the logistics, transportation, and/or supply chain space. Should have Juris Doctor, strong academic credentials, and membership in at least one State Bar. A mix of law firm and in-house and/or government experience working in the cross-border logistics, transportation, and/or technology sectors is preferred. Familiarity with international trade, customs, maritime, aviation and/or freight forwarding laws is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Executive Counsel - International Trade Compliance
Refer job# SZVB170581
 
Executive Counsel - International Trade Compliance The candidate will provide legal counsel to the business on ITC issues and coordinate with outside legal counsel, as appropriate. Execute on the export licensing program, watchlist screening, education and training on ITC issues, export classification (tagging), and related areas, including as the GEHC focal point under the Export Controls Enterprise Standard. Support/lead internal investigations and provide advice on issues. Manage a global team of ITC professionals. Identify areas of ITC risk and ensure corrective actions are implemented, when necessary. Collaborate with various functions in the Business to enforce GEHC adherence to Standards, Policies and Procedures (Export Controls Enterprise Standard, Watchlist Compliance and Screening Guidelines etc.). Educate Business on regulatory changes impacting operations. Develop Business export compliance policies and programs. Manage internal/external audits and risk-based monitoring program (Export Controls Focal program). Develop a clear strategy for the team it leads. Coach and develop subordinates. Other duties as assigned. Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college & law degree, with license to practice in-house. Minimum of 8 years of experience in International Trade Compliance, Regulatory, or related experience. Prior experience working for or with a multinational company with manufactured products subject to sanctions and other trade compliance requirements. Prior leadership of a team of professionals, focusing on working together as a high-performing team and individual professional development. Strong oral and written communication skills across all levels of the business. Collaborative attitude, strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Experience leading initiatives of large scope and impact. Ability to coordinate multiple projects and priorities simultaneously. Experience working in a matrix-environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Employment Litigation
Refer job# IMPS170550
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Employment Litigation The candidate will manage and supervise outside counsel on all types of employment litigation, including class, collective, and representative actions, single plaintiff actions, matters involving novel legal theories, agency charges, audits, and pre-litigation disputes. Will respond to EEOC, OFCCP, Office of Civil Rights, DFEH and other state and local agency inquiries and charges. Provide advice on a broad range of employment issues, including HR practices, performance management, terminations, recruiting, hiring, compensation and benefits, wage and hour and labor relations. Draft employment policies and programs that balance legal risk with business impact. Draft training and materials related to litigation practices and strategies.

The candidate should have JD, an equivalent degree, or equivalent practical experience. Must have 3 years of attorney experience working in an employment law firm or similar in-house experience. Must be Admitted to the Bar and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law in the state of hire. Experience managing complex class, collective, or representative litigation, governmental audits or inquiries at the federal and state level is preferred. Experience interacting with EEOC and state and local EEO agencies on complex matters is desired. Experience in advising and implementing HR/employment policies, data protection and intellectual property ownership issues in the employment context is a plus. Experience with advising on employment and executive compensation issues related to mergers and acquisitions activity is preferred. Direct or indirect (e.g. via a secondment) in-house experience is desired. Should preferably have experience in a U.S. multinational corporation.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TVQI170551
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate drafts, reviews and negotiates a variety of complex agreements with clients and partners; including life sciences companies, laboratory and radiology companies, billing companies, CROs, payors and advertising agencies. These including MSAs, SOWs, license agreements, SAS agreements, TPAs, data use agreements, clinical study agreements; retrospective study agreements; and user consents. Supports the Veradigm Business Unit including Provider and the Life Sciences teams which includes transactional and product advisory work including the following: Advises on implementation of commercial arrangements within the EHR; Works on research and study agreements and implementation; Provides advice on the EULA and review, draft, revise the EULA, including click through agreements and consents within the EHR; Works with the design team on questions related to features/functionality; and Advises marketing in connection with public facing content. Identifies and escalates compliance issues. Advises company regarding business risk issues. All other duties and responsibilities as assigned. Should have 4 years of experience practicing law. Undergraduate degree and JD (must be from an accredited law school). Admitted to at least one State Bar in the United States. Commercial contracting experience with healthcare, information technology and/or life sciences. Knowledge of general corporate and compliance issues. Preferred candidate will be a self-starter with exceptional organizational skills. Prior in-house experience is preferred.
 
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