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Corporate Counsel Regulatory- Medicaid

Tampa FL Corporate Counsel Regulatory - Medicaid Duties: Advises on a range of regulatory issues; which may include Medicare, Medicaid, state CHIP programs, DOI regulation, Mental Health parity, ACA, procurement and/or privacy/HIPAA Supports Regulatory team on developments, new/changing regulations and inquiries/audits. Provides legal interpretation of new laws and regulations and related business support on implementation Interfaces with senior executives, vice presidents and other key members of the leadership team. Supports rollouts of business changes in response to regulatory developments. Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Required Other State Bar membership. 4 years of experience in assigned field(s) of regulatory practice. 4 years of experience in national law firm, in-house setting, agency or regulatory setting supporting government sponsored healthcare programs, PBM and/or Exchange; which may include licensing, implementing and interpreting regulations. 4 years of experience in familiarity with processes of federal and state regulatory agencies. Advanced Ability to work in a fast paced environment with changing priorities. Advanced Ability to drive multiple projects. Advanced Ability to influence internal and external constituents. Advanced Demonstrated problem solving skills. Advanced Demonstrated organizational skills. Required Advanced Microsoft Word. Required Advanced Microsoft Excel. Required Advanced Microsoft Outlook. Required Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18

Corporate Counsel Regulatory - Medicare

Tampa FL Corporate Counsel Regulatory - Medicare Duties: Advises on a range of regulatory issues; which may include Medicare, Medicaid, state CHIP programs, DOI regulation, Mental Health parity, ACA, procurement and/or privacy/HIPAA Supports Regulatory team on developments, new/changing regulations and inquiries/audits. Provides legal interpretation of new laws and regulations and related business support on implementation Interfaces with senior executives, vice presidents and other key members of the leadership team. Supports rollouts of business changes in response to regulatory developments.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Required Other State Bar membership. 4 years of experience in assigned field(s) of regulatory practice. 4 years of experience in national law firm, in-house setting, agency or regulatory setting supporting government sponsored healthcare programs, PBM and/or Exchange; which may include licensing, implementing and interpreting regulations. 4 years of experience in familiarity with processes of federal and state regulatory agencies. Advanced Ability to work in a fast paced environment with changing priorities. Advanced Ability to drive multiple projects. Advanced Ability to influence internal and external constituents. Advanced Demonstrated problem solving skills. Advanced Demonstrated organizational skills. Required Advanced Microsoft Word. Required Advanced Microsoft Excel. Required Advanced Microsoft Outlook. Required Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-18

Corporate Counsel

Gainesville FL Corporate Counsel The candidate will assists with monitoring of legislative, regulatory and utility activity that may impact the company. Collaborates with IEI management teams to minimize adverse impacts to company interests. Conducts research and creates materials to support company initiatives for energy market reform. Creates, reviews and files various proposals, reports and other regulatory documents. Drafts and reviews various letters, pleadings and other legal documents. Performs and documents internal investigations as needed. Performs legal research and provides sound legal recommendations to General Counsel. Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor. Juris Doctor degree (ABA accredited law school) preferred. Florida Bar License required. Georgia Bar License preferred. 0-3 years' experience preferred. Should have Microsoft Office Suite Proficient Knowledge. Legal 0 - 3 Full-time 2019-02-10

Corporate Counsel, Regulatory

Tampa FL Corporate Counsel, Regulatory Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Regularly monitor and analyze Health & Human Services ( HHS ) rulemaking related to value-based reimbursement, alternative payment models, health IT certification, information blocking and interoperability. Educate and provide legal advice to relevant company departments such as Compliance, Regulatory Affairs, Product Development, Product Management, and Interoperability Services on regulatory and legislative initiatives impacting product strategy, corporate compliance, and/or certification status. Coordinate with Quality, Compliance and Product Management to assess the impact of product upgrades, updates, and defects on certification and Greenways ability to support customers reporting on government and private-payer quality EHR programs and compliance with the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, and 21st Century Cures. Provide legal advice on the impact of regulatory requirements in disputes with customers, partners, certifying bodies, patients, or government agencies such as the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC), the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Office of Inspector General (OIG) and state Medicaid agencies.Disputes include but are not limited to ONC and ONC-ACB surveillance actions, information blocking allegations investigated by the OIG, and civil actions. Educate customers on recent and proposed rulemaking related to programs supported by Greenways products, such as: MIPS; Advanced APMs; Comprehensive Primary Care Plus+; Medicare Shared Savings Program; Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs); Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH); Medicaid Managed Care; Medicaid Promoting Interoperability; Chronic Care Management (CCM) services; Transitional Care Management (TCM) services; Annual Wellness Visits; Draft Company and industry position papers regarding proposed regulations; Actively engage health IT industry associations such as the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and the Electronic Health Record Association (EHRA) as a thought leader, including participating in industry events as a speaker and influencer; Draft policies and procedures to assist the Company in adhering to regulatory requirements and training on same; Review customer and vendor contracts for ONC certification and other regulatory compliance. Develop collateral such as policy papers, webinars, and presentations for both internal and external consumption. Perform other duties, tasks and projects as assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree. Should have FL Bar or FL House Counsel qualifications. Should have 5+ years experience in health care regulatory, government relations and/or public policy. Experience in both healthcare and health information technology industries a significant plus. Manager experience preferred. Combination of law firm and in-house experience preferred. Ability to absorb and decipher potential impact of complex and lengthy federal agency and legislative documents and relay information in a timely, clear and concise manner. Ability to work effectively with all levels of government (federal, state, local), industry organizations, chambers of commerce and other organizations. Knowledge of healthcare delivery and health information technology industries. A solution-driven leader with a proven ability to take ownership of a variety of projects with little oversight and supervision. Strong communication (both verbal and written), diplomacy, and the ability to establish credibility necessary to effectively influence company employees and executives. Strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills. Outstanding strategic planning and management skills. Ability to integrate and balance priorities, work activities and resources for the benefit of multiple key stakeholders. Ability to exercise discretion and make independent judgment regarding significant department managerial, business workflow, and legal matters. Excellent attention to detail and organization skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities. Demonstrated PC skills, proficient with Microsoft Windows applications.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-10

Us Corporate Counsel

Clearwater FL US Corporate Counsel The candidate provide sound legal advice and legal support to US and global teams. Negotiate and draft a variety of legal contracts and documents (including to, SaaS, licensing (EULA), technology, vendor, and distribution) that align with core business values, applicable polices and regulatory requirements. Support privacy and compliance policies and program with direction from the Deputy General Counsel and General Counsel. Shape and maintain compliance with corporate/global business needs. Partner with internal teams to provide input on projects, processes, business development activities and strategies in support of both regional and global business needs. Assist and manage, as needed, litigation proceedings in the Americas. Maintain internal legal documentation files, including contracts and agreements. Support other legal areas such as IP, employment and benefits, disputes and corporate governance.

The candidate should have JD from an ABA accredited law school with outstanding academic credentials and member of a state bar in good standing (must have authorized in-house counsel license if not FL). Must have 2-4+ years relevant and applicable experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should have contract negotiation experience; experience with content and IP licensing, including software and technology. Familiarity with data privacy regulations, GDPR, and cybersecurity issues preferred. Multi-national business experience preferred.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-02-09

Corporate Counsel

Ybor City FL Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for providing legal research and advice, both proactively and reactively, in all assigned subject areas. Will focus mainly on contracts, litigation, and compliance. Provide legal advice and counsel on assigned subject areas. Recommend and implement best practices and proactive strategies consistent with legal requirements and emerging trends to minimize liability and promote the Company's strategic plan. Work with stakeholders to develop, review, and revise, as required, company policies and procedures in assigned subject areas. Recommend changes to policies based on legal developments. Assist in managing outside counsel in assigned subject areas as directed. Investigate and respond to legal claims in assigned subject areas. Review and approve discovery documents, litigation pleadings, motions and briefs prepared by outside or internal counsel, as directed. Attend depositions, mediations, conferences, trials and meetings with regulators as necessary and as directed. Prepare reports for senior management and provide recommendations, as appropriate and as directed. Conduct legal research and analysis as directed. Draft, review, and negotiate contracts as directed. Direct audits in defined areas of risk as directed. Identify recurring issues in assigned subject areas and provide advice and counsel to legal department leaders on complex issues that could impact the organization. Pursue ongoing professional development in current areas of responsibility and in relevant, emerging areas of the law. Devise and conduct employee training as needed on relevant issues. Assist General Counsel with identifying and developing department initiatives as appropriate. Demonstrate the Company's Core and Growth Values in the performance of all job functions. Juris Doctorate from an accredited ABA law school, required. Should have 5+ years of legal experience, preferably including 2-3 years with significant client contact. License to practice law and in good standing under the Bar of any state that enable admission to practice as in-house counsel in Wisconsin or Florida required. Must have proven experience interacting with all levels of corporate management. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-06

Corporate Attorney

Saint Petersburg FL Corporate Attorney The candidate will analyzes, reviews, drafts, and edits legal documents and memorandums for senior attorneys and/or the business, including, but not limited to, the following: contracts, policies, leases, business forms, and employment materials. Researches, investigates, and analyzes statutory and case law. Analyzes business issues and makes tactical and strategic recommendations regarding the legal implications of these matters to the business. Communicates and/or provides counsel to product manager level leaders and other areas of the organization regarding legal questions/matters. Handles matters of minimal complexity with no supervision and matters of moderate complexity with some supervision. Interacts and works with individuals outside of Progressive, such as regulators and outside counsel, in connection with legal matters/business issues. Occasional travel required. Extra hours may be required during business peaks or to meet seasonal deadlines. Must have Juries Doctorate degree. Must have active state attorney's license. Must have 2+ years of legal experience/training. Solid public speaking skills are required. Strong analytical skills are required. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-02-02

Corporate Counsel - Employment

Tampa FL Corporate Counsel - Employment The candidate will support the attorneys on the Employment law and Litigation teams on a variety of litigation matters and disputes across firms functions and states, including support on demand letters, EEOC charges, early case assessment, factual development, discovery and hearings/trials. Manage subpoena responses, legal holds and other procedural litigation matters, conduct and/or managing legal research and assist attorneys with investigations, disputes and regulatory issues/inquiries, as needed. Provide advice and counsel to the Human Resources team across firms national operations. Provides advice and counsel to HR team on a national basis on a wide range of labor and employment matters. Supports attorneys on a variety of employment litigation matters and disputes, including demand letters, EEOC Charges, early case assessment, factual development, discovery and hearings/trials. Assist with disputes and litigation with health care providers. Conducts and/or manages the legal research a variety of statutes, regulations, case law, and other legal avenues for best outcomes. Interfaces with senior executives, vice presidents and other key members of the firm's leadership team. Prepares the organization for and ensures compliance with all legal revisions or new legislation. Manage subpoenas, legal holds and other procedural matters and/or processes. Perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor degree. Must be a member in good standing of a relevant state bar; Florida provides for in-house counsel admission without examination. Must have 4+ years of experience in employment litigation experience at a law firm or in-house settings with strong academic credentials. Should preferably have 4 years of experience in health care/health insurance, health care provider disputes, or other insurance-related litigation. Should preferably have 2 years of experience in supervising the work of paralegals. Should have intermediate ability to work in a fast paced environment with changing priorities. Must have intermediate ability to drive multiple projects. Should have intermediate demonstrated written communication skills. Must have intermediate demonstrated organizational skills. Other State Bar Membership is required. Should have Technical Skills: Advanced Microsoft Word; Advanced Microsoft Excel; Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint; Advanced Microsoft Outlook. Intermediate Other Serengeti is preferred.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-01-28

Corporate Counsel

Ybor City FL Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide legal advice and counsel on assigned subject areas. Recommend and implement best practices and proactive strategies consistent with legal requirements and emerging trends to minimize liability and promote the Company's strategic plan. Work with stakeholders to develop, review, and revise, as required, company policies and procedures in assigned subject areas. Recommend changes to policies based on legal developments. Assist in managing outside counsel in assigned subject areas as directed. Investigate and respond to legal claims in assigned subject areas. Review and approve discovery documents, litigation pleadings, motions and briefs prepared by outside or internal counsel, as directed. Attend depositions, mediations, conferences, trials and meetings with regulators as necessary and as directed. Prepare reports for senior management and provide recommendations, as appropriate and as directed. Conduct legal research and analysis as directed. Draft, review, and negotiate contracts as directed. Direct audits in defined areas of risk as directed. Identify recurring issues in assigned subject areas and provide advice and counsel to legal department leaders on complex issues that could impact the organization. Pursue ongoing professional development in current areas of responsibility and in relevant, emerging areas of the law. Devise and conduct employee training as needed on relevant issues. Assist General Counsel with identifying and developing department initiatives as appropriate. Demonstrate the Company's Core and Growth Values in the performance of all job functions. Juris Doctorate from an accredited ABA law school is required. Must have 5+ years of legal experience, preferably including 2-3 years with significant client contact. License to practice law and in good standing under the Bar of any state that enable admission to practice as in-house counsel in Wisconsin or Florida is required. Must have proven experience interacting with all levels of corporate management. Must have proven capability of actively participating in and influencing cross-functional teams. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-01-24

Florida - Corporate Counsel - M&A

Boca Raton FL Corporate Counsel - M&A
The candidate will provide legal support, counseling and review of due diligence, including title and survey review, in connection with M&A transactions. Will prepare and negotiate of purchase and sale agreements. Handle general due diligence review. Review title commitments, exceptions and surveys. Resolve title/survey problems and answer title/survey questions. Review, draft and negotiate ground leases, tenant leases, easements and other documents in connection with M&A transactions. Engage and coordinate local counsel as necessary. Assist with post-closing issues as they related to tower sites acquired. Other projects and duties as assigned. May direct activities of administrative support staff and legal assistants as assigned by Associate General Counsel, the Vice President of M&A, and General Counsel.

The candidate should have B.A./B.S. and J.D. degree. Current Bar admittance in respective state is required. Must have 4-6 years of experience in corporate matters and real estate transactions including, ability to prepare and negotiate purchase and sale agreements, title and survey review and landlord tenant relations. Knowledge of finance and general corporate matters are strongly preferred. Ability to read and write Spanish or Portuguese is preferred.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2013-02-13
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Category Sourcing Manager (project Hire)
In-House,The Walt Disney Company
Location : Lake Buena Vista, FL, United States

Category Sourcing Manager (Project Hire) The Candidate will be responsible to relies on experience and judgement to achieve goals. Leading or supporting cross-functional teams through full life-cycle sourcing projects including project planning & ma... + read more

feb 14, 2019


Senior In-house Counsel
In-House,Hubbard Construction Company
Location : Winter Park, FL, United States

Senior In-House Counsel Duties: Reporting to CFO/SVP, will supervise the legal affairs and contracts department and provide legal advice and counsel to project teams in furtherance of the Company?s business (or the Company?s affiliates that are man... + read more

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Corporate Counsel Regulatory- Medicaid
Refer job# YXMD142531
 
Corporate Counsel Regulatory - Medicaid Duties: Advises on a range of regulatory issues; which may include Medicare, Medicaid, state CHIP programs, DOI regulation, Mental Health parity, ACA, procurement and/or privacy/HIPAA Supports Regulatory team on developments, new/changing regulations and inquiries/audits. Provides legal interpretation of new laws and regulations and related business support on implementation Interfaces with senior executives, vice presidents and other key members of the leadership team. Supports rollouts of business changes in response to regulatory developments. Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Required Other State Bar membership. 4 years of experience in assigned field(s) of regulatory practice. 4 years of experience in national law firm, in-house setting, agency or regulatory setting supporting government sponsored healthcare programs, PBM and/or Exchange; which may include licensing, implementing and interpreting regulations. 4 years of experience in familiarity with processes of federal and state regulatory agencies. Advanced Ability to work in a fast paced environment with changing priorities. Advanced Ability to drive multiple projects. Advanced Ability to influence internal and external constituents. Advanced Demonstrated problem solving skills. Advanced Demonstrated organizational skills. Required Advanced Microsoft Word. Required Advanced Microsoft Excel. Required Advanced Microsoft Outlook. Required Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint.
 
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Corporate Counsel Regulatory - Medicare
Refer job# EQDX142532
 
Corporate Counsel Regulatory - Medicare Duties: Advises on a range of regulatory issues; which may include Medicare, Medicaid, state CHIP programs, DOI regulation, Mental Health parity, ACA, procurement and/or privacy/HIPAA Supports Regulatory team on developments, new/changing regulations and inquiries/audits. Provides legal interpretation of new laws and regulations and related business support on implementation Interfaces with senior executives, vice presidents and other key members of the leadership team. Supports rollouts of business changes in response to regulatory developments.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Required Other State Bar membership. 4 years of experience in assigned field(s) of regulatory practice. 4 years of experience in national law firm, in-house setting, agency or regulatory setting supporting government sponsored healthcare programs, PBM and/or Exchange; which may include licensing, implementing and interpreting regulations. 4 years of experience in familiarity with processes of federal and state regulatory agencies. Advanced Ability to work in a fast paced environment with changing priorities. Advanced Ability to drive multiple projects. Advanced Ability to influence internal and external constituents. Advanced Demonstrated problem solving skills. Advanced Demonstrated organizational skills. Required Advanced Microsoft Word. Required Advanced Microsoft Excel. Required Advanced Microsoft Outlook. Required Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# JUTP142398
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will assists with monitoring of legislative, regulatory and utility activity that may impact the company. Collaborates with IEI management teams to minimize adverse impacts to company interests. Conducts research and creates materials to support company initiatives for energy market reform. Creates, reviews and files various proposals, reports and other regulatory documents. Drafts and reviews various letters, pleadings and other legal documents. Performs and documents internal investigations as needed. Performs legal research and provides sound legal recommendations to General Counsel. Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor. Juris Doctor degree (ABA accredited law school) preferred. Florida Bar License required. Georgia Bar License preferred. 0-3 years' experience preferred. Should have Microsoft Office Suite Proficient Knowledge.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Regulatory
Refer job# CUHV142409
 
Corporate Counsel, Regulatory Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Regularly monitor and analyze Health & Human Services ( HHS ) rulemaking related to value-based reimbursement, alternative payment models, health IT certification, information blocking and interoperability. Educate and provide legal advice to relevant company departments such as Compliance, Regulatory Affairs, Product Development, Product Management, and Interoperability Services on regulatory and legislative initiatives impacting product strategy, corporate compliance, and/or certification status. Coordinate with Quality, Compliance and Product Management to assess the impact of product upgrades, updates, and defects on certification and Greenways ability to support customers reporting on government and private-payer quality EHR programs and compliance with the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, and 21st Century Cures. Provide legal advice on the impact of regulatory requirements in disputes with customers, partners, certifying bodies, patients, or government agencies such as the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC), the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), Office of Inspector General (OIG) and state Medicaid agencies.Disputes include but are not limited to ONC and ONC-ACB surveillance actions, information blocking allegations investigated by the OIG, and civil actions. Educate customers on recent and proposed rulemaking related to programs supported by Greenways products, such as: MIPS; Advanced APMs; Comprehensive Primary Care Plus+; Medicare Shared Savings Program; Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs); Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH); Medicaid Managed Care; Medicaid Promoting Interoperability; Chronic Care Management (CCM) services; Transitional Care Management (TCM) services; Annual Wellness Visits; Draft Company and industry position papers regarding proposed regulations; Actively engage health IT industry associations such as the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and the Electronic Health Record Association (EHRA) as a thought leader, including participating in industry events as a speaker and influencer; Draft policies and procedures to assist the Company in adhering to regulatory requirements and training on same; Review customer and vendor contracts for ONC certification and other regulatory compliance. Develop collateral such as policy papers, webinars, and presentations for both internal and external consumption. Perform other duties, tasks and projects as assigned.

The candidate should have JD degree. Should have FL Bar or FL House Counsel qualifications. Should have 5+ years experience in health care regulatory, government relations and/or public policy. Experience in both healthcare and health information technology industries a significant plus. Manager experience preferred. Combination of law firm and in-house experience preferred. Ability to absorb and decipher potential impact of complex and lengthy federal agency and legislative documents and relay information in a timely, clear and concise manner. Ability to work effectively with all levels of government (federal, state, local), industry organizations, chambers of commerce and other organizations. Knowledge of healthcare delivery and health information technology industries. A solution-driven leader with a proven ability to take ownership of a variety of projects with little oversight and supervision. Strong communication (both verbal and written), diplomacy, and the ability to establish credibility necessary to effectively influence company employees and executives. Strong quantitative and qualitative analytical skills. Outstanding strategic planning and management skills. Ability to integrate and balance priorities, work activities and resources for the benefit of multiple key stakeholders. Ability to exercise discretion and make independent judgment regarding significant department managerial, business workflow, and legal matters. Excellent attention to detail and organization skills with the ability to manage multiple priorities. Demonstrated PC skills, proficient with Microsoft Windows applications.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Us Corporate Counsel
Refer job# DLQU142340
 
US Corporate Counsel The candidate provide sound legal advice and legal support to US and global teams. Negotiate and draft a variety of legal contracts and documents (including to, SaaS, licensing (EULA), technology, vendor, and distribution) that align with core business values, applicable polices and regulatory requirements. Support privacy and compliance policies and program with direction from the Deputy General Counsel and General Counsel. Shape and maintain compliance with corporate/global business needs. Partner with internal teams to provide input on projects, processes, business development activities and strategies in support of both regional and global business needs. Assist and manage, as needed, litigation proceedings in the Americas. Maintain internal legal documentation files, including contracts and agreements. Support other legal areas such as IP, employment and benefits, disputes and corporate governance.

The candidate should have JD from an ABA accredited law school with outstanding academic credentials and member of a state bar in good standing (must have authorized in-house counsel license if not FL). Must have 2-4+ years relevant and applicable experience at a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Should have contract negotiation experience; experience with content and IP licensing, including software and technology. Familiarity with data privacy regulations, GDPR, and cybersecurity issues preferred. Multi-national business experience preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# QESA142305
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will be responsible for providing legal research and advice, both proactively and reactively, in all assigned subject areas. Will focus mainly on contracts, litigation, and compliance. Provide legal advice and counsel on assigned subject areas. Recommend and implement best practices and proactive strategies consistent with legal requirements and emerging trends to minimize liability and promote the Company's strategic plan. Work with stakeholders to develop, review, and revise, as required, company policies and procedures in assigned subject areas. Recommend changes to policies based on legal developments. Assist in managing outside counsel in assigned subject areas as directed. Investigate and respond to legal claims in assigned subject areas. Review and approve discovery documents, litigation pleadings, motions and briefs prepared by outside or internal counsel, as directed. Attend depositions, mediations, conferences, trials and meetings with regulators as necessary and as directed. Prepare reports for senior management and provide recommendations, as appropriate and as directed. Conduct legal research and analysis as directed. Draft, review, and negotiate contracts as directed. Direct audits in defined areas of risk as directed. Identify recurring issues in assigned subject areas and provide advice and counsel to legal department leaders on complex issues that could impact the organization. Pursue ongoing professional development in current areas of responsibility and in relevant, emerging areas of the law. Devise and conduct employee training as needed on relevant issues. Assist General Counsel with identifying and developing department initiatives as appropriate. Demonstrate the Company's Core and Growth Values in the performance of all job functions. Juris Doctorate from an accredited ABA law school, required. Should have 5+ years of legal experience, preferably including 2-3 years with significant client contact. License to practice law and in good standing under the Bar of any state that enable admission to practice as in-house counsel in Wisconsin or Florida required. Must have proven experience interacting with all levels of corporate management.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Attorney
Refer job# YSJU142264
 
Corporate Attorney The candidate will analyzes, reviews, drafts, and edits legal documents and memorandums for senior attorneys and/or the business, including, but not limited to, the following: contracts, policies, leases, business forms, and employment materials. Researches, investigates, and analyzes statutory and case law. Analyzes business issues and makes tactical and strategic recommendations regarding the legal implications of these matters to the business. Communicates and/or provides counsel to product manager level leaders and other areas of the organization regarding legal questions/matters. Handles matters of minimal complexity with no supervision and matters of moderate complexity with some supervision. Interacts and works with individuals outside of Progressive, such as regulators and outside counsel, in connection with legal matters/business issues. Occasional travel required. Extra hours may be required during business peaks or to meet seasonal deadlines. Must have Juries Doctorate degree. Must have active state attorney's license. Must have 2+ years of legal experience/training. Solid public speaking skills are required. Strong analytical skills are required.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Employment
Refer job# OSLF142198
 
Corporate Counsel - Employment The candidate will support the attorneys on the Employment law and Litigation teams on a variety of litigation matters and disputes across firms functions and states, including support on demand letters, EEOC charges, early case assessment, factual development, discovery and hearings/trials. Manage subpoena responses, legal holds and other procedural litigation matters, conduct and/or managing legal research and assist attorneys with investigations, disputes and regulatory issues/inquiries, as needed. Provide advice and counsel to the Human Resources team across firms national operations. Provides advice and counsel to HR team on a national basis on a wide range of labor and employment matters. Supports attorneys on a variety of employment litigation matters and disputes, including demand letters, EEOC Charges, early case assessment, factual development, discovery and hearings/trials. Assist with disputes and litigation with health care providers. Conducts and/or manages the legal research a variety of statutes, regulations, case law, and other legal avenues for best outcomes. Interfaces with senior executives, vice presidents and other key members of the firm's leadership team. Prepares the organization for and ensures compliance with all legal revisions or new legislation. Manage subpoenas, legal holds and other procedural matters and/or processes. Perform other duties as assigned.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor degree. Must be a member in good standing of a relevant state bar; Florida provides for in-house counsel admission without examination. Must have 4+ years of experience in employment litigation experience at a law firm or in-house settings with strong academic credentials. Should preferably have 4 years of experience in health care/health insurance, health care provider disputes, or other insurance-related litigation. Should preferably have 2 years of experience in supervising the work of paralegals. Should have intermediate ability to work in a fast paced environment with changing priorities. Must have intermediate ability to drive multiple projects. Should have intermediate demonstrated written communication skills. Must have intermediate demonstrated organizational skills. Other State Bar Membership is required. Should have Technical Skills: Advanced Microsoft Word; Advanced Microsoft Excel; Advanced Microsoft PowerPoint; Advanced Microsoft Outlook. Intermediate Other Serengeti is preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KCEC142149
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide legal advice and counsel on assigned subject areas. Recommend and implement best practices and proactive strategies consistent with legal requirements and emerging trends to minimize liability and promote the Company's strategic plan. Work with stakeholders to develop, review, and revise, as required, company policies and procedures in assigned subject areas. Recommend changes to policies based on legal developments. Assist in managing outside counsel in assigned subject areas as directed. Investigate and respond to legal claims in assigned subject areas. Review and approve discovery documents, litigation pleadings, motions and briefs prepared by outside or internal counsel, as directed. Attend depositions, mediations, conferences, trials and meetings with regulators as necessary and as directed. Prepare reports for senior management and provide recommendations, as appropriate and as directed. Conduct legal research and analysis as directed. Draft, review, and negotiate contracts as directed. Direct audits in defined areas of risk as directed. Identify recurring issues in assigned subject areas and provide advice and counsel to legal department leaders on complex issues that could impact the organization. Pursue ongoing professional development in current areas of responsibility and in relevant, emerging areas of the law. Devise and conduct employee training as needed on relevant issues. Assist General Counsel with identifying and developing department initiatives as appropriate. Demonstrate the Company's Core and Growth Values in the performance of all job functions. Juris Doctorate from an accredited ABA law school is required. Must have 5+ years of legal experience, preferably including 2-3 years with significant client contact. License to practice law and in good standing under the Bar of any state that enable admission to practice as in-house counsel in Wisconsin or Florida is required. Must have proven experience interacting with all levels of corporate management. Must have proven capability of actively participating in and influencing cross-functional teams.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Florida - Corporate Counsel - M&A
Refer job# MWJB25586
 
Corporate Counsel - M&A
The candidate will provide legal support, counseling and review of due diligence, including title and survey review, in connection with M&A transactions. Will prepare and negotiate of purchase and sale agreements. Handle general due diligence review. Review title commitments, exceptions and surveys. Resolve title/survey problems and answer title/survey questions. Review, draft and negotiate ground leases, tenant leases, easements and other documents in connection with M&A transactions. Engage and coordinate local counsel as necessary. Assist with post-closing issues as they related to tower sites acquired. Other projects and duties as assigned. May direct activities of administrative support staff and legal assistants as assigned by Associate General Counsel, the Vice President of M&A, and General Counsel.

The candidate should have B.A./B.S. and J.D. degree. Current Bar admittance in respective state is required. Must have 4-6 years of experience in corporate matters and real estate transactions including, ability to prepare and negotiate purchase and sale agreements, title and survey review and landlord tenant relations. Knowledge of finance and general corporate matters are strongly preferred. Ability to read and write Spanish or Portuguese is preferred.
 
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