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Senior Director, Associate General Counsel Corporate Governance

Chicago IL Senior Director, Associate General Counsel Corporate Governance Duties: Day-to-day management and operation of the Corporate Secretary function. Advising on and supporting corporate securities and SEC reporting, corporate law and compliance matters, including preparing and reviewing SEC periodic reports, proxy statements, annual reports, earnings releases/calls, investor presentations and corporate press releases. Advising on Regulation S-K, Regulation FD, Non-GAAP measures disclosure, risk factors and litigation disclosures, and analysis of D&O, Conflicts, Independence and Regulatory Questionnaires. Preparing the annual proxy statement, with primary responsibility for governance related disclosures and responses to shareholder proposals, including no-action requests for exclusion of proposals. Advising on compliance with insider trading laws, including Section 16 filings, application of quarterly and event trading restrictions and review of written trading plans. Monitoring new rulemaking on securities regulations, disclosures and governance matters and other best practices and making recommendations for their adoption by the organization. Advising on US and international corporate governance matters, including Delaware corporate law questions, charter and bylaw provisions, governance guidelines, independence and related party transactional matters, and Board committee charters, and assisting with general corporate law matters. Supporting the ED in providing advice to auditors and regulators, and preparing for, participating in, and remediating findings resulting from regulatory examinations. Implementing the annual self-evaluation process for the Board and its committees and making recommendations to the Governance Committee. Supporting global corporate initiatives and subsidiary management, including coordination of domestic and foreign subsidiary board and shareholder meetings, materials and approvals, and state corporate filings. Advising on compliance with the Commitment and Signing Authority Policy, including providing advice on matters requiring approval and making recommendations for enhancements to the process. Providing accurate and reliable corporate information to employees, investors and analysts, such as background on CME Groups corporate governance program and practices. Collaborating with, advising, and supporting a broad range of departments and functions, including Accounting, Tax, Treasury, Investor Relations and others as needed. Drafting minutes, resolutions, approvals for the Board of Directors, shareholders and Board committees while recognizing the regulatory implications of the documentation. Assisting on other matters as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited law school with excellent academic credentials; admitted to US Bar (preferably IL or NY). 10+ years of experience at a law firm and/or in-house corporate environment with a sophisticated international securities/corporate governance/corporate finance practice. Substantial experience in corporate securities ( 33 and 34 Act) and corporate governance. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a team across jurisdictions and ability to foster strong working relationships, including management experience. Strong written and verbal communication skills; highly professional in interactions, demeanor and presentation. Confident and decisive in stressful situations and tight timeframes; utilizes good judgment and demonstrates maturity, tact and diplomacy; maintains confidences and utilizes the utmost in discretion. Excellent management skills, experience and business judgment with a capacity to make decisions and give advice which demonstrates an understanding of overall business objectives and the risks/rewards of each situation. Proactive personality, eager to learn new areas of the law and committed to understanding the industry and the companys business. Solid project management skills, including ability to manage several competing assignments and perform assignments accurately and in a timely manner. Ability to communicate effectively with a non-legal audience, including individuals at the C-Suite level, is required.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Associate Corporate Counsel

Chicago IL Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate reports directly to the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel. The primary purpose of this role is to advise and provide legal support to in-house clients on legal and regulatory issues involving company Business Units and assist the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel as required on issues involving legal and risk management issues associated with the BU business, products and services. Also draft, negotiate, or approve commercial agreements as well as provide regulatory guidance as requested by the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel. Knowledge of and experience providing legal advice on a variety of topics relating to data privacy, data sharing and corporate transactions as well as cybersecurity. Assist company personnel in evaluating impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance, and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on product features. Assist in the creation and management of company policies and procedures, as well as other company documentation such as training materials. Support data and privacy incident response. Integrates with the business to provide sound, practical guidance and solutions. Advises company regarding risk issues.Supports the company Vision and Values in achieving performance. All other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

The candidate should have Undergraduate degree and JD (must be from an accredited law school). Must be admitted to at least one state bar in the United States. CIPP certification is a plus. Should have 1+ year of experience practicing law. Knowledge preferred: HIPAA; Payers, insurance companies and pharmaceuticals TCPA GDPR is a plus; CCPA. Prior exposure to IT and intellectual property issues in software services sector is preferred. Knowledge of general corporate and compliance issues is desired.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-16

Corporate Counsel - Material Handling and Underground Support

Peoria IL Corporate Counsel - Material Handling and Underground Support The candidate will be providing proactive day-to-day advice to business managers and their teams on a broad range of legal matters, including U.S. and international transactional matters with customers, suppliers, and dealers. Will be negotiating, drafting, and reviewing commercial documents for business segments. Fostering strong collaboration across the Law, Security and Public Policy team to ensure exceptional legal support on assigned matters. Fostering strong relationships and transparency with all stakeholders, developing an understanding of the clients business, strategies, and objectives to better serve its needs.

The candidate should have an Undergraduate and law degree from top tier accredited schools. Must have 7-10 years of experience as a licensed practicing attorney with a primary focus on complex commercial transactions. Must be a current member in good standing of the Illinois Bar or can become licensed as of-counsel in Illinois within 6 months of employment. Must have mining industry and business knowledge. Strong interpersonal skills and be able to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with employees at all levels of the company essential. Excellent organizational skills and be able to perform efficiently and effectively on multiple projects under tight deadlines needed.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2019-08-11

Corporate Counsel- Malpractice, Pre-Litigation and Litigation

Effingham IL Corporate Counsel- Malpractice, Pre-Litigation and Litigation The candidate will provide duties include: Management of malpractice matters relating to supported doctors. Provide day-to-day advice on pre-litigation matters. Respond to day-to-day inquiries from internal stake-holders on a wide-range of legal subjects, research, and consult with other in-house attorneys as needed. Interface with and supervise outside counsel as needed. Support with contract review and preparation as needed. Research specific issues to respond to internal legal questions. Participate in HIPAA compliance activities, implementation and training. Assist with development of scalability efforts and templates for Legal Team. Work on special projects to support the work of the Legal Team and the needs of the Company.

The candidate must have J.D. from an accredited law school. Must be member in good standing of State Bar (Illinois or Missouri is preferred). Must have 4+ years of relevant experience (malpractice litigation) at a law firm. Must have a working knowledge of malpractice and litigation matters. Must have ability to collaborate well with attorneys and colleagues. Must have ability to proactively identify and analyze potential legal issues, and to develop creative and business focused legal advice and solutions. Must have excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through and meet deadlines. Must have strong oral and written communication skills. Must have ability to travel within the U.S., as needed (occasional to moderate travel). Must have healthcare industry experience. Must have real estate experience. Must have contract experience.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-09

Corporate Counsel

Chicago IL Corporate Counsel The candidate will report to the General Counsel. Will provide legal advice to company and manage internal and external legal resources for company in North America. Counsel senior management on domestic and international transactions, strategies and risks. Negotiate and draft key agreements, including turbine supply agreements, service and maintenance agreements, wind energy facility construction contracts, acquisition agreements, and financing documents. Advise on reporting and compliance obligations of the company and its North American affiliates pertaining to the purchase, construction, operation and sale of wind energy projects; domestic subsidiaries of foreign-owned entities; and international transactions. Participate in the development, evaluation and training of corporate policies, procedures and programs. Advise team on contract status, legal risks and business terms of transactions. Keep abreast of legislative changes that may affect the company and its affiliates. Perform pre -litigation work to minimize risks and maximize legal rights.

The candidate should have a four-year undergraduate degree form an accredited university. Should have a J.D.degree from an accredited university and be a member in good standing with State Bar. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in the legal department of a multi-national company and or corporate section of a law firm, with responsibilities that focused on commercial transactions. Significant experience in a broad range of transactional work, including drafting and negotiating the types of agreements listed above is preferred. Should preferably also be capable of advising management on complex commercial matters and risks. Strong understanding of national and international transactional and corporate laws, and compliance matters is an asset. Bilingual with fluency in English/Spanish a plus. Wind industry experience preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-03

Legal Counsel - Corporate, Governance and Securities

Chicago IL Legal Counsel - Corporate, Governance and Securities The candidate will provide counsel with respect to full spectrum of issuer-side securities law matters, including compliance with the Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, related SEC rules and exchange listing requirements. Prepare and review SEC filings, including Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, Current Reports on Form 8-K, Section 16 filings, proxy statements, registration statements, etc. Advise with respect to corporate governance matters and assist in supporting the Board of Directors and executive management team, including preparation of Board meeting materials and minutes. Advise with respect to corporate subsidiary management matters. Assist with matters related to various domestic and international financial institution regulatory requirements.

The candidate must have 5 years related experience at a major law firm, with in-house / financial institution experience. Juris Doctor degree from a nationally recognized institution is critical. Significant general corporate, governance, and securities law experience, with demonstrated familiarity with the Delaware General Corporation Law, federal securities laws, and NASDAQ listing requirements is mandatory. Outstanding organizational skills and ability to prioritize matters are required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-08-03

Associate Corporate Counsel

Chicago IL Associate Corporate Counsel, Contract The candidate will report directly to the company's Corporate Counsel and provide support on a wide variety of legal matters, including negotiating transactions with customers and vendors, assisting with regulatory compliance matters, reviewing and drafting a wide variety of contractual agreements, and maintaining the books and records of the family of companies. Will: Assist the Corporate Counsel, the legal department, and senior management with a variety of legal issues related to the company's email marketing and automation business. Draft, negotiating, and reviewing various contracts, including customer and vendor contracts, NDAs, master services agreements, license agreements, and real estate leases. Serve as legal advisor to various internal departments and committees as requested. Assist with the maintenance and oversight of relationships with external counsel as required.

Qualifications: 4 year college degree. JD degree. 3+ years' experience as an attorney with strong transactional experience. Prior experience with tech industry clients and data protection laws. Familiarity with limited liability company governance. Global experience is preferred. Excellent research, organizational, and project management skills and be capable of tracking and completing multiple tasks in a timely manner.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-22

Illinois - Senior Counsel - Securities

Northfield IL Senior Counsel - Securities
The candidate will cover the entire spectrum of corporate and securities matters that confront a public US company, including preparing and reviewing SEC filings, including Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K and proxy statements, section 16 filings, filings with the NASDAQ, assisting with matters related to the board of directors and advising on corporate governance, investor relations, corporate affairs and treasury-related matters. Will ensure compliance with, federal and state securities and corporate laws, as well as applicable rules and regulations of NASDAQ and industry organizations that affect public company reporting or compliance, including Sarbanes-Oxley, Dodd Frank, ISS, Glass Lewis, etc. Prepare and review SEC filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, Section 16 filings, proxy statements, registration statements, etc. Provide corporate secretarial support for the company's Board of Directors and annual shareholders meeting, including preparing and reviewing materials for the Board of Directors and its committees and the company's proxy statement. Prepare company documents, such as minutes, consents, resolutions and certificates, charters and policies. Advise on other securities law issues, including the company's insider trading policy and Regulation FD compliance. Advise on the company's financing activities, including preparing related documents and advising internal clients. Advise on the executive compensation matters and preparing/reviewing equity compensation disclosure. Review and analyze earnings releases, analyst/investor conferences, disclosure issues and shareholder proposals. Collaborate with, advise, and support a broad range of departments and functions, including accounting, treasury, investor relations, corporate affairs and others as needed.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and top academic credentials. Must have 5+ years of strong experience with SEC, corporate governance and corporate finance. Prior law firm experience is required. In-house corporate experience is preferred.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2013-03-08

Illinois - Head of Corporate Compliance

Oakbrook Terrace IL Head of Corporate Compliance
The candidate will work closely with the board of directors, executive committee members, business unit leaders and process owners in developing and leading a comprehensive compliance framework addressing regulatory, contractual and internal policy concerns while serving as a trusted advisor concerning expansion into new geographies and product offerings. Will report to the Corporate Vice President of Risk Management. Develop, implement and maintain a global ethics and compliance program, the framework of which satisfies Federal Sentencing Guidelines, other global regulatory requirements and industry best practices. Work as part of a team of senior risk leaders in the development of the company's overall integrated risk framework within which the compliance framework shall reside. Work in collaboration with business leaders to identify core areas of compliance requirements, assess current vs. desired state, develop and execute a risk-based, multi-year road map for program implementation. Research and stay abreast of industry best practices, implementing continuous improvement to the compliance framework and programs in achieving greater efficiency and effectiveness. Lead the enterprise-wide compliance initiatives of the company by establishing a network of cross-functional business process owners who serve as compliance owners for their specific areas of compliance responsibility (both regulatory and contractual). Establish the policies, guidelines, systems and procedures by which compliance owners will fulfill their compliance responsibilities, such that consistency is achieved throughout the organization and enterprise-wide reporting may be provided to executive management and the Board. Provide Executive Committee and Board of Directors regular and ad-hoc reporting regarding enterprise-wide compliance program metrics and other trends in compliance program efforts. Provide information that serves to educate executives and board directors with respect to their fiduciary responsibilities and changes thereto. Provide compliance and risk guidance to senior management to include consultation with business leaders to identify and incorporate compliance risks and requirements in support of the company's growth initiatives, new product lines and expanding geographical footprint. Serve as corporate SME with respect to corporate compliance requirements. Oversee specific subject matter compliance areas within the Compliance department. Provide leadership of the company's Corporate Policy program to include the framework by which enterprise-wide policies are developed, vetted, approved, communicated, maintained and monitored for compliance. Serve as the company's ethics officer, overseeing the 'code of conduct' and 'whistleblower hotline' programs to include policy development, communication and training, conduct of investigations and external reporting. Drive, monitor and evaluate programs designed to ensure that ethics and integrity remain a strong value of the enterprise.

The candidate should have a B.A./B.S. degree in business, public administration or related field and J.D. degree. Must have 15+ years of experience in corporate legal/compliance function to include: 4 years with a broad, generalist corporate counsel background; 8 years developing and implementing organizational ethics and compliance programs; and 3 years serving as senior compliance leader for an international publicly traded company. Professional Certifications in relevant subject matters preferred. Should have demonstrated successful experience in influencing and driving enterprise-wide, cross-functional corporate initiatives. Experience with criminal and civil law procedures, investigative methodology, and case management needed. Should have expert knowledge of industry best practices and regulatory requirements (Federal Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory requirements) as related to publicly traded company compliance program efforts.
Legal 15 - 20 Full-time 2013-01-09

Illinois - Transfer Pricing Manager

Glenview IL Transfer Pricing Manager
The candidate will be involved in all aspects of the intercompany pricing arrangements. The majority of the work involves international tax and transfer pricing planning, implementing, managing, documenting, and defending of the company's innovative intellectual property program, which involves cross-border intellectual property transfers, licensing, and research and development services. Will report to and work closely with the Director of Transfer Pricing, other members of the global Corporate Tax team, and operating business personnel around the world in developing, implementing, and support global transfer pricing policies and strategies with the aim to mitigate global tax risks, reduce the corporate effective tax rate, and repatriate cash. Manage day-to-day transfer pricing issues and establish procedures to facilitate compliance with applicable income tax practices and regulations in the United States and in foreign jurisdictions. Work with the Director of Transfer Pricing, to formulate the intellectual property and transfer pricing strategies. Plan, implement, manage, document, and defend the intellectual property program worldwide. Manage the company's global transfer pricing function, strategies, and policies. Assist corporate and business units' compliance with the company's global transfer pricing policies and local tax rules and regulations. Work directly with business units to achieve business objectives. Identify, model, analyze, and present opportunities to reduce the global effective tax rate and/or cash taxes paid. Manage and mitigate transfer pricing exposures. Manage or support preparation of transfer pricing documentation, audit defense files, and completion of requests from tax authorities in coordination with local country finance personnel and external advisors as necessary. Work with the legal department and other personnel to develop and maintain intercompany agreements. Monitor and advise of changes related to global transfer pricing law and respond accordingly to maintain compliance. Manage other complex special projects as assigned. Manage staff to accomplish above-mentioned goals.

The candidate should have an undergraduate degree in Accounting, Finance, or Economics preferably with MBA, MST, CPA, Ph.D., or J.D. degree. Must have 5-8 years of corporate tax, legal (i.e., international tax or transfer pricing), or Big 4 accounting firm experience. Strong ability to learn and understand complex legal, tax, transfer pricing, and operational intellectual property issues required. Minimal travel is required depending on company needs.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2013-01-08
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Senior Director, Associate General Counsel Corporate Governance
Refer job# WQCY145557
 
Senior Director, Associate General Counsel Corporate Governance Duties: Day-to-day management and operation of the Corporate Secretary function. Advising on and supporting corporate securities and SEC reporting, corporate law and compliance matters, including preparing and reviewing SEC periodic reports, proxy statements, annual reports, earnings releases/calls, investor presentations and corporate press releases. Advising on Regulation S-K, Regulation FD, Non-GAAP measures disclosure, risk factors and litigation disclosures, and analysis of D&O, Conflicts, Independence and Regulatory Questionnaires. Preparing the annual proxy statement, with primary responsibility for governance related disclosures and responses to shareholder proposals, including no-action requests for exclusion of proposals. Advising on compliance with insider trading laws, including Section 16 filings, application of quarterly and event trading restrictions and review of written trading plans. Monitoring new rulemaking on securities regulations, disclosures and governance matters and other best practices and making recommendations for their adoption by the organization. Advising on US and international corporate governance matters, including Delaware corporate law questions, charter and bylaw provisions, governance guidelines, independence and related party transactional matters, and Board committee charters, and assisting with general corporate law matters. Supporting the ED in providing advice to auditors and regulators, and preparing for, participating in, and remediating findings resulting from regulatory examinations. Implementing the annual self-evaluation process for the Board and its committees and making recommendations to the Governance Committee. Supporting global corporate initiatives and subsidiary management, including coordination of domestic and foreign subsidiary board and shareholder meetings, materials and approvals, and state corporate filings. Advising on compliance with the Commitment and Signing Authority Policy, including providing advice on matters requiring approval and making recommendations for enhancements to the process. Providing accurate and reliable corporate information to employees, investors and analysts, such as background on CME Groups corporate governance program and practices. Collaborating with, advising, and supporting a broad range of departments and functions, including Accounting, Tax, Treasury, Investor Relations and others as needed. Drafting minutes, resolutions, approvals for the Board of Directors, shareholders and Board committees while recognizing the regulatory implications of the documentation. Assisting on other matters as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree from an accredited law school with excellent academic credentials; admitted to US Bar (preferably IL or NY). 10+ years of experience at a law firm and/or in-house corporate environment with a sophisticated international securities/corporate governance/corporate finance practice. Substantial experience in corporate securities ( 33 and 34 Act) and corporate governance. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a team across jurisdictions and ability to foster strong working relationships, including management experience. Strong written and verbal communication skills; highly professional in interactions, demeanor and presentation. Confident and decisive in stressful situations and tight timeframes; utilizes good judgment and demonstrates maturity, tact and diplomacy; maintains confidences and utilizes the utmost in discretion. Excellent management skills, experience and business judgment with a capacity to make decisions and give advice which demonstrates an understanding of overall business objectives and the risks/rewards of each situation. Proactive personality, eager to learn new areas of the law and committed to understanding the industry and the companys business. Solid project management skills, including ability to manage several competing assignments and perform assignments accurately and in a timely manner. Ability to communicate effectively with a non-legal audience, including individuals at the C-Suite level, is required.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZBKQ145560
 
Associate Corporate Counsel The candidate reports directly to the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel. The primary purpose of this role is to advise and provide legal support to in-house clients on legal and regulatory issues involving company Business Units and assist the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel as required on issues involving legal and risk management issues associated with the BU business, products and services. Also draft, negotiate, or approve commercial agreements as well as provide regulatory guidance as requested by the Chief Privacy and Security Counsel. Knowledge of and experience providing legal advice on a variety of topics relating to data privacy, data sharing and corporate transactions as well as cybersecurity. Assist company personnel in evaluating impact of privacy laws, regulatory guidance, and enforcement actions, and other related guidelines on product features. Assist in the creation and management of company policies and procedures, as well as other company documentation such as training materials. Support data and privacy incident response. Integrates with the business to provide sound, practical guidance and solutions. Advises company regarding risk issues.Supports the company Vision and Values in achieving performance. All other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

The candidate should have Undergraduate degree and JD (must be from an accredited law school). Must be admitted to at least one state bar in the United States. CIPP certification is a plus. Should have 1+ year of experience practicing law. Knowledge preferred: HIPAA; Payers, insurance companies and pharmaceuticals TCPA GDPR is a plus; CCPA. Prior exposure to IT and intellectual property issues in software services sector is preferred. Knowledge of general corporate and compliance issues is desired.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Material Handling and Underground Support
Refer job# KNOB145512
 
Corporate Counsel - Material Handling and Underground Support The candidate will be providing proactive day-to-day advice to business managers and their teams on a broad range of legal matters, including U.S. and international transactional matters with customers, suppliers, and dealers. Will be negotiating, drafting, and reviewing commercial documents for business segments. Fostering strong collaboration across the Law, Security and Public Policy team to ensure exceptional legal support on assigned matters. Fostering strong relationships and transparency with all stakeholders, developing an understanding of the clients business, strategies, and objectives to better serve its needs.

The candidate should have an Undergraduate and law degree from top tier accredited schools. Must have 7-10 years of experience as a licensed practicing attorney with a primary focus on complex commercial transactions. Must be a current member in good standing of the Illinois Bar or can become licensed as of-counsel in Illinois within 6 months of employment. Must have mining industry and business knowledge. Strong interpersonal skills and be able to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with employees at all levels of the company essential. Excellent organizational skills and be able to perform efficiently and effectively on multiple projects under tight deadlines needed.
 
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Corporate Counsel- Malpractice, Pre-Litigation and Litigation
Refer job# TNON145473
 
Corporate Counsel- Malpractice, Pre-Litigation and Litigation The candidate will provide duties include: Management of malpractice matters relating to supported doctors. Provide day-to-day advice on pre-litigation matters. Respond to day-to-day inquiries from internal stake-holders on a wide-range of legal subjects, research, and consult with other in-house attorneys as needed. Interface with and supervise outside counsel as needed. Support with contract review and preparation as needed. Research specific issues to respond to internal legal questions. Participate in HIPAA compliance activities, implementation and training. Assist with development of scalability efforts and templates for Legal Team. Work on special projects to support the work of the Legal Team and the needs of the Company.

The candidate must have J.D. from an accredited law school. Must be member in good standing of State Bar (Illinois or Missouri is preferred). Must have 4+ years of relevant experience (malpractice litigation) at a law firm. Must have a working knowledge of malpractice and litigation matters. Must have ability to collaborate well with attorneys and colleagues. Must have ability to proactively identify and analyze potential legal issues, and to develop creative and business focused legal advice and solutions. Must have excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through and meet deadlines. Must have strong oral and written communication skills. Must have ability to travel within the U.S., as needed (occasional to moderate travel). Must have healthcare industry experience. Must have real estate experience. Must have contract experience.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# SVIL145405
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will report to the General Counsel. Will provide legal advice to company and manage internal and external legal resources for company in North America. Counsel senior management on domestic and international transactions, strategies and risks. Negotiate and draft key agreements, including turbine supply agreements, service and maintenance agreements, wind energy facility construction contracts, acquisition agreements, and financing documents. Advise on reporting and compliance obligations of the company and its North American affiliates pertaining to the purchase, construction, operation and sale of wind energy projects; domestic subsidiaries of foreign-owned entities; and international transactions. Participate in the development, evaluation and training of corporate policies, procedures and programs. Advise team on contract status, legal risks and business terms of transactions. Keep abreast of legislative changes that may affect the company and its affiliates. Perform pre -litigation work to minimize risks and maximize legal rights.

The candidate should have a four-year undergraduate degree form an accredited university. Should have a J.D.degree from an accredited university and be a member in good standing with State Bar. Must have 5+ years of legal experience in the legal department of a multi-national company and or corporate section of a law firm, with responsibilities that focused on commercial transactions. Significant experience in a broad range of transactional work, including drafting and negotiating the types of agreements listed above is preferred. Should preferably also be capable of advising management on complex commercial matters and risks. Strong understanding of national and international transactional and corporate laws, and compliance matters is an asset. Bilingual with fluency in English/Spanish a plus. Wind industry experience preferred.
 
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Legal Counsel - Corporate, Governance and Securities
Refer job# FUIE145409
 
Legal Counsel - Corporate, Governance and Securities The candidate will provide counsel with respect to full spectrum of issuer-side securities law matters, including compliance with the Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, related SEC rules and exchange listing requirements. Prepare and review SEC filings, including Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, Current Reports on Form 8-K, Section 16 filings, proxy statements, registration statements, etc. Advise with respect to corporate governance matters and assist in supporting the Board of Directors and executive management team, including preparation of Board meeting materials and minutes. Advise with respect to corporate subsidiary management matters. Assist with matters related to various domestic and international financial institution regulatory requirements.

The candidate must have 5 years related experience at a major law firm, with in-house / financial institution experience. Juris Doctor degree from a nationally recognized institution is critical. Significant general corporate, governance, and securities law experience, with demonstrated familiarity with the Delaware General Corporation Law, federal securities laws, and NASDAQ listing requirements is mandatory. Outstanding organizational skills and ability to prioritize matters are required.
 
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Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# MJCC145241
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Contract The candidate will report directly to the company's Corporate Counsel and provide support on a wide variety of legal matters, including negotiating transactions with customers and vendors, assisting with regulatory compliance matters, reviewing and drafting a wide variety of contractual agreements, and maintaining the books and records of the family of companies. Will: Assist the Corporate Counsel, the legal department, and senior management with a variety of legal issues related to the company's email marketing and automation business. Draft, negotiating, and reviewing various contracts, including customer and vendor contracts, NDAs, master services agreements, license agreements, and real estate leases. Serve as legal advisor to various internal departments and committees as requested. Assist with the maintenance and oversight of relationships with external counsel as required.

Qualifications: 4 year college degree. JD degree. 3+ years' experience as an attorney with strong transactional experience. Prior experience with tech industry clients and data protection laws. Familiarity with limited liability company governance. Global experience is preferred. Excellent research, organizational, and project management skills and be capable of tracking and completing multiple tasks in a timely manner.
 
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Illinois - Senior Counsel - Securities
Refer job# IZOH25812
 
Senior Counsel - Securities
The candidate will cover the entire spectrum of corporate and securities matters that confront a public US company, including preparing and reviewing SEC filings, including Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K and proxy statements, section 16 filings, filings with the NASDAQ, assisting with matters related to the board of directors and advising on corporate governance, investor relations, corporate affairs and treasury-related matters. Will ensure compliance with, federal and state securities and corporate laws, as well as applicable rules and regulations of NASDAQ and industry organizations that affect public company reporting or compliance, including Sarbanes-Oxley, Dodd Frank, ISS, Glass Lewis, etc. Prepare and review SEC filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, Section 16 filings, proxy statements, registration statements, etc. Provide corporate secretarial support for the company's Board of Directors and annual shareholders meeting, including preparing and reviewing materials for the Board of Directors and its committees and the company's proxy statement. Prepare company documents, such as minutes, consents, resolutions and certificates, charters and policies. Advise on other securities law issues, including the company's insider trading policy and Regulation FD compliance. Advise on the company's financing activities, including preparing related documents and advising internal clients. Advise on the executive compensation matters and preparing/reviewing equity compensation disclosure. Review and analyze earnings releases, analyst/investor conferences, disclosure issues and shareholder proposals. Collaborate with, advise, and support a broad range of departments and functions, including accounting, treasury, investor relations, corporate affairs and others as needed.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and top academic credentials. Must have 5+ years of strong experience with SEC, corporate governance and corporate finance. Prior law firm experience is required. In-house corporate experience is preferred.
 
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Illinois - Head of Corporate Compliance
Refer job# A7Q325155
 
Head of Corporate Compliance
The candidate will work closely with the board of directors, executive committee members, business unit leaders and process owners in developing and leading a comprehensive compliance framework addressing regulatory, contractual and internal policy concerns while serving as a trusted advisor concerning expansion into new geographies and product offerings. Will report to the Corporate Vice President of Risk Management. Develop, implement and maintain a global ethics and compliance program, the framework of which satisfies Federal Sentencing Guidelines, other global regulatory requirements and industry best practices. Work as part of a team of senior risk leaders in the development of the company's overall integrated risk framework within which the compliance framework shall reside. Work in collaboration with business leaders to identify core areas of compliance requirements, assess current vs. desired state, develop and execute a risk-based, multi-year road map for program implementation. Research and stay abreast of industry best practices, implementing continuous improvement to the compliance framework and programs in achieving greater efficiency and effectiveness. Lead the enterprise-wide compliance initiatives of the company by establishing a network of cross-functional business process owners who serve as compliance owners for their specific areas of compliance responsibility (both regulatory and contractual). Establish the policies, guidelines, systems and procedures by which compliance owners will fulfill their compliance responsibilities, such that consistency is achieved throughout the organization and enterprise-wide reporting may be provided to executive management and the Board. Provide Executive Committee and Board of Directors regular and ad-hoc reporting regarding enterprise-wide compliance program metrics and other trends in compliance program efforts. Provide information that serves to educate executives and board directors with respect to their fiduciary responsibilities and changes thereto. Provide compliance and risk guidance to senior management to include consultation with business leaders to identify and incorporate compliance risks and requirements in support of the company's growth initiatives, new product lines and expanding geographical footprint. Serve as corporate SME with respect to corporate compliance requirements. Oversee specific subject matter compliance areas within the Compliance department. Provide leadership of the company's Corporate Policy program to include the framework by which enterprise-wide policies are developed, vetted, approved, communicated, maintained and monitored for compliance. Serve as the company's ethics officer, overseeing the 'code of conduct' and 'whistleblower hotline' programs to include policy development, communication and training, conduct of investigations and external reporting. Drive, monitor and evaluate programs designed to ensure that ethics and integrity remain a strong value of the enterprise.

The candidate should have a B.A./B.S. degree in business, public administration or related field and J.D. degree. Must have 15+ years of experience in corporate legal/compliance function to include: 4 years with a broad, generalist corporate counsel background; 8 years developing and implementing organizational ethics and compliance programs; and 3 years serving as senior compliance leader for an international publicly traded company. Professional Certifications in relevant subject matters preferred. Should have demonstrated successful experience in influencing and driving enterprise-wide, cross-functional corporate initiatives. Experience with criminal and civil law procedures, investigative methodology, and case management needed. Should have expert knowledge of industry best practices and regulatory requirements (Federal Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory requirements) as related to publicly traded company compliance program efforts.
 
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Illinois - Transfer Pricing Manager
Refer job# JVO825146
 
Transfer Pricing Manager
The candidate will be involved in all aspects of the intercompany pricing arrangements. The majority of the work involves international tax and transfer pricing planning, implementing, managing, documenting, and defending of the company's innovative intellectual property program, which involves cross-border intellectual property transfers, licensing, and research and development services. Will report to and work closely with the Director of Transfer Pricing, other members of the global Corporate Tax team, and operating business personnel around the world in developing, implementing, and support global transfer pricing policies and strategies with the aim to mitigate global tax risks, reduce the corporate effective tax rate, and repatriate cash. Manage day-to-day transfer pricing issues and establish procedures to facilitate compliance with applicable income tax practices and regulations in the United States and in foreign jurisdictions. Work with the Director of Transfer Pricing, to formulate the intellectual property and transfer pricing strategies. Plan, implement, manage, document, and defend the intellectual property program worldwide. Manage the company's global transfer pricing function, strategies, and policies. Assist corporate and business units' compliance with the company's global transfer pricing policies and local tax rules and regulations. Work directly with business units to achieve business objectives. Identify, model, analyze, and present opportunities to reduce the global effective tax rate and/or cash taxes paid. Manage and mitigate transfer pricing exposures. Manage or support preparation of transfer pricing documentation, audit defense files, and completion of requests from tax authorities in coordination with local country finance personnel and external advisors as necessary. Work with the legal department and other personnel to develop and maintain intercompany agreements. Monitor and advise of changes related to global transfer pricing law and respond accordingly to maintain compliance. Manage other complex special projects as assigned. Manage staff to accomplish above-mentioned goals.

The candidate should have an undergraduate degree in Accounting, Finance, or Economics preferably with MBA, MST, CPA, Ph.D., or J.D. degree. Must have 5-8 years of corporate tax, legal (i.e., international tax or transfer pricing), or Big 4 accounting firm experience. Strong ability to learn and understand complex legal, tax, transfer pricing, and operational intellectual property issues required. Minimal travel is required depending on company needs.
 
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