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Corporate Counsel - Retail and Regulatory Litigation

New York City NY Corporate Counsel - Retail and Regulatory Litigation The candidate will be responsible for handling a broad range of litigation, pre-litigation and regulatory matters relating to insurance and annuity products. Will responsible for advising internal clients with respect to risks presented by managing and resolving those risks, and identifying actual and threatened litigation by private claimants and regulators opportunities and to improve processes and business practices which will mitigate risk and better protect the Company. Duties include identifying, explaining and advising potential issues and risks to business partners, meeting e-discovery obligations (including managing legal holds and document collections), research and writing, managing outside counsel, developing and executing strategy, budgeting and reviewing outside counsel invoices, and developing and presenting related training, negotiating settlements, preparing witnesses for interviews, depositions, arbitrations and trial, and establishing legal reserves.

The candidate must have JD degree from accredited law school and admission to New York and federal Bar. Should have 4+ years of experience reflecting a record of accomplishment. Excellent academic credentials is required. Excellent analytical and organizational skills is needed. Superior oral and written communications skills is must. Ediscovery experience is essential.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-05-17

Senior Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide legal advice to business partners under the Federal securities laws in connection with issuance and maintenance of variable annuities and other variable insurance products, including drafting and filing SEC registration statements for variable annuity and life products and for providing day-to-day legal advice to the business partners who administer these products. Will collaborate with outside counsel, as appropriate, on various matters. Provide legal advice via daily contact with primarily the long-term care, and to lesser extent group and disability business partners and through completion of various assignments as an individual or as part of a team including: research and analysis of laws that relate to and impact the business, identifying and quantifying risks, handling market conduct examinations and other regulatory matters with state insurance departments, providing compliance advice on applicable laws including ERISA, insurance law, preparing rate action filings and responding to related objections from insurance regulators, reviewing claim management guidelines and providing legal advice regarding claim processes. Maintenance of variable annuities and other variable insurance products; Day to day delivery of legal services individually and as a member of a team to all areas of firm s individual and group disability and long term care businesses; Effective, timely and strategic counsel to business on significant business initiatives; Effective support of Unit, Section, and Law Department objectives and initiatives. Handle complex legal matters, analyze legal (and business, where applicable) issues, draft legal documents, and negotiate matters and solve intricate problems using sound legal judgment and expertise with minimal or no supervision. Build and maintain client relationships with diplomacy and by providing concise, insightful, timely, pragmatic, and proactive counsel. Prepare, initiate, advocate, and effectively present legal points and recommendations to influence clients and to represent clients as legal counsel. Conduct legal research and gather matter-related information from various sources. Educate self and business partners on legal developments affecting the business and provide innovative strategies to address those developments. Work on or lead project or cross-functional teams. Handle customer complaints and regulatory inquiries. Analyze new laws and regulations to determine whether they require changes to firm s business processes and products. Draft disclosures for prospectuses and offering memoranda for variable annuity and life products. Update product registration statements. Advise business areas on all aspects of product design and modification. Reviewing sales literature. Perform other duties as required. Should have a J.D. degree and strong academic credentials. Should be admitted to practice in New York State or as in-house counsel. Must have excellent oral and written communications skills and the ability to handle multiple projects and assignments effectively, and must be able to deal comfortably with business partners and others at all levels within the company. Should have 4-6 years of practice post Bar admission. Relevant practice and experience preferred. Leadership aptitude and interest in developing management competencies preferred. Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2018-05-16

Counsel, Corporate Legal Affairs

New York City NY Counsel, Corporate Legal Affairs The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of transactional agreements with an emphasis on internet, new media, software and related technology licenses for firm s corporate divisions such as procurement, HR, finance, corporate communications etc. Will work on agreements may include license agreements for SaaS solutions and hosted services, software and technology license agreements, agreements for the purchasing and licensing of data, content and hardware, consulting and other services agreements, and a variety of other operational agreements. Counsel clients on risks associated with engaging in a variety of activities and transactions. Advise clients regarding contractual rights and duties, matters of contract interpretation and pre-litigation dispute resolution. Coordinate with Intellectual Property team on intellectual property usage and clearance issues. Coordinate with Privacy and Information Security teams to ensure personal data and confidential information is collected, used and secured in accordance with company requirements collection, use and security of personal data and information. Provide guidance on development of websites and mobile apps; manage mobile terms of service and counsel clients on use. Manage a high volume of renewals, terminations and amendments for various contracts. Should have law degree and member of a state bar in good standing. Should have 5+ years of related experience at law firm or comparable in-house position. Experience in new/digital media is desired. Experience in technology transactions, including licensing and development agreements is preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-05-16

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will lead, from beginning to end, the structuring, drafting, reviewing, negotiating and closing of corporate and commercial transactions, including services, licensing, collaboration, partnership, clinical trial, data use and consulting agreements, amendments and related documents. Will manage a diverse scope of contracting issues, identify and evaluate many business and legal issues simultaneously, and will require minimal oversight. Develop and maintain updated template agreements that reflect firm s new and evolving products and services. Partner with executive leadership on key legal matters associated with firm s research activities, including transactional, intellectual property, contractual and regulatory areas. Collaborate with various teams within firm, including Life Sciences Partnerships, Trials, Academics, Business Development, People Ops, Finance, Marketing/Communications and others to provide strategic and legal guidance. Represent the needs and concerns of firm when negotiating with the legal and contracting functions of clients and vendors. Provide creative legal solutions for all areas of the business. Continually review and analyze legal risks and opportunities to firm from the changing regulatory and competitive environments. Drive regulatory risk management initiatives - assisting all operational areas in the identification and assessment of potential risks and executing mitigating activities. Build training and other processes to allow firm s teams to execute within a clear legal framework. Should have JD Degree. Must have 4-7 years of legal experience. Should be a member and in good standing of any State Bar. Experience with intellectual property, technology transactions, licensing, data use and clinical trials agreements is required. Should have fluency with technology that enables to communicate and work effectively with team members. Trained within the life sciences or health care department of a top-tier law firm is a plus. Experience working in the legal department at a biopharma company or contract research organization is preferred. Experience with regulatory issue spotting, research, analysis, and risk mitigation in the highly regulated health care environment is a plus. Legal 4 - 7 Full-time 2018-05-16

Corporate Counsel - SEC Reporting/Corporate Governance

New York City NY Corporate Counsel - SEC Reporting/Corporate Governance Duties: Provide guidance and ensure compliance on applicable securities laws and regulations, stock exchange (as applicable) rules, and related regulatory compliance activities. Prepare, in conjunction with Director of SEC Reporting, securities filings (Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and Section 16 filings), as well as Proxy Statement and annual shareholder meeting materials. Advise on corporate governance issues for the company, including keeping the Board and senior executives informed of corporate and legal responsibilities, NASDAQ listing requirements and best practices. Draft, review and prepare/distribute Board and Board committee materials. Advise internal team on various areas of Public Company disclosure, including earnings releases, press releases, Regulation FD, etc. Legal advice on a variety of complex corporate/financial transactions including M&A and credit facility. Provide legal support on HR, employment, and equity comp related issues; assist in administration of equity plans. Draft and advise on various corporate governance documents, including corporate governance guidelines, committee charters and insider trading policies. Drafting, reviewing and proofreading agreements and other documents and handling document distributions. Organizing and archiving corporate records and Board/committee materials. Responding to regulatory-related requests and reviewing documents for compliance with regulatory requirements. Provide legal support services to GC in the form of basic legal research, agreement drafting and compliance.

Qualifications: Licensed to practice law in the US, preferably NY. Top-tier law school and corporate law firm experience preferred. 3-4 years of general corporate experience, specializing in corporate governance and securities law. Strong organizational, analytical, written, and verbal communication skills. Familiarity with 33 and 34 Act filings. Experience analyzing issues associated with public entities, and handling various transactional and business planning matters preferred. Detail oriented and ability to identify and diligently resolve problems Highly motivated, self-starter who takes initiative Excellent organizational and time management skills - ability to prioritize and juggle multiple tasks Knowledge of advertising, promotional marketing, data privacy and technology law a plus.
Legal 3 - 4 Full-time 2018-05-15

Legal - Assistant General Counsel, Corporate & Investment Bank, US Equities- VP

New York City NY Legal - Assistant General Counsel, Corporate & Investment Bank, US Equities- VP The candidate work within the Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB) Legal Department. Will entail drafting ISDA based Confirmations and Mater Confirmations for complex OTC equity derivatives transactions, supporting the documentation group and advising sales and trading, with respect to rules and regulations that affect OTC equity derivatives transactions. Products include swaps, forwards, stock hedging and monetization transactions, collars, options.

A law Degree/Juris Doctorate and licensed to practice in New York required. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in in the state/jurisdiction in which the position is based or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of that state/jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years equity derivatives experience with a major law firm or financial firm. Strong experience and familiarity with the ISDA 2002 Equity Derivatives Definitions, ISDA Master Agreement is required. Knowledge of the '33 Act & '34 Act, 2011 Equity Definitions, clearing. Dodd-Frank, bankruptcy and collateral issues, bank regulatory issues (Reg K, Reg W), stock borrow and lending, high net worth clients, and hedge funds is a plus. Ability to develop and maintain internal and external client relationships-required. Experience preparing legal documentation-required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-05-15

Senior Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will serve as the primary compliance advisor to the North America Presidents of both therapeutic groups as well as their respective leadership teams. Will report to the global Chief Compliance Counsel for Vaccines and Rare Disease and will have a close working relationship with the Chief Counsel to ensure alignment and consistency of the North America compliance program with that of the culture and vision of the global business units. Manage and engage in proactive North America compliance activities including: identification, assessment and mitigation of risk; implementation of corporate and divisional policies and procedures within Vaccines and Rare Disease and the development of business unit-specific guidance or policies as needed; updating of policies and procedures; development and/or execution of training curriculum and program in key areas; anticipation of emerging trends and changes to the political, legal, and regulatory landscape by working with the business and additional supporting colleagues; and proactive development of tools to drive compliance and enhance compliance culture within the North America Vaccines and Rare Disease businesses. Work closely with business unit compliance colleagues to ensure consistency and leverage best practices across all therapeutic groups. Assist with preparation and delivery of quarterly Compliance Committee meetings, in coordination with Vaccines and Rare Disease Chief Compliance Counsel, including updating business unit leadership on any on-going environment and government investigations and ensuring execution of relevant North America action items. Develop and deliver compliance-oriented trainings for North America Vaccines and Rare Disease colleagues (on-boarding, POAs and other sales meetings, leadership meetings) with particular focus on field-facing roles (sales, account management, field medical). Provide risk identification and mitigation support to the Vaccines and Rare Disease businesses throughout the business plan cycle. Partner with Vaccines and Rare Disease leaders to assist with key compliance-oriented communications throughout the business year (year-beginning, town halls, year-end, performance updates, product launches, etc.). Oversee relevant leader compliance certification process including analysis of corresponding metrics and review with management. Understand, coordinate, and provide support for North America proactive monitoring efforts; assist with remediation, training and corrective actions. Coordinate with key stakeholders in preparation of annual needs and risk assessments and other compliance related controls. Consult with Compliance Investigations team on management of potential investigative issues in NA Vaccines and Rare Disease; assist with remediation and corrective actions including training and managerial support. Work with Compliance Investigations group and as appropriate Government Investigations to manage and understand any active NA Vaccines and Rare Disease compliance investigations, communicate findings to leadership, and facilitate appropriate remediation. Coordinate with various operational functions to help ensure effective monitoring and guidance to detect and mitigate compliance risks across more recurring activities; conduct observational field visits and support speaker program audit process. Align with Global Commercial Operations and business management on compliant structure and execution of incentive compensation and sales performance contests. JD degree required. Should have admission to practice law in the US, EU or other major market. Must have 10+ years of related legal experience. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-05-12

Managing Corporate Counsel, HR Compliance

New York City NY Managing Corporate Counsel, HR Compliance The candidate will be responsible for driving the creation, implementation, monitoring, improvement, and maintenance of communications, training, policies, procedures and forms, at both the company- and client-level, that ensure compliance with human resources and legal best practices at both the Company- and client-level. Managing Counsel HR Compliance, will directly and/or indirectly oversee various HR- and payroll-compliance teams, and act as liaison between the Legal Department and other departments to ensure that compliance concerns are properly prioritized and addressed, with a focus on operationalizing new legal developments for the Company and clients. Work closely with business colleagues, outside counsel and vendors to drive compliance via internal and external communications, training, and updates to forms/policies/procedures, handle legal questions regarding PEOs and their HR and payroll services; provide advice and deliver resolutions to complex legal issues in the areas of human resources and employment law; and handle miscellaneous business and compliance matters referred to the Legal department. Manage an enterprise-wide HR and payroll compliance program for the benefit of the Company and its thousands of clients, requiring significant collaboration with teams inside and outside of Legal, including Client Services, Operations, Products and Technology. Directly and/or indirectly oversee various compliance-focused teams, including, but not limited to, Payroll Compliance, Leaves of Absence, EEO-1 Reporting - all of which are driving compliance for not only the Company but also its clients. Drive the creation, implementation, monitoring, improvement and maintenance of HR and payroll communications, training, policies, procedures and forms at both the Company- and client-level, especially in response to new legal developments. Act as liason between Legal and other departments to ensure that compliance concerns are properly prioritized and addressed not only as described above but also in system updates, product enhancements, and strategic plans. Work closely with and oversee internal colleagues, especially in Client Services and Operations, in addressing HR and payroll compliance concerns in the PEO context. Recognize and address, in the PEO context, applicable laws, regulations, and government and industry standards and guidelines that directly or indirectly apply to HR and Payroll, in the US and globally. Draft employment-related policies, procedures, forms and address related issues by providing guidance and recommendations for optimal resolution. Research and respond to questions from business colleagues related to legal requirements for PEOs, payroll, benefits, and HR services. Provide advice and counsel in the areas of Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FMLA, FLSA, WARN Act, and related state and local laws, in the PEO context. Oversee internal and third-party risk impact assessment processes. Provide education and guidance to internal colleagues and teams on matters relating to human resources and employment law. Review marketing materials and employee communications related to HR and payroll. Respond to miscellaneous business and employment matters referred to Department.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing with a State Bar. Must have 15+ years of legal experience with broad range of labor and employment laws (in-house and law firm experience preferred). Solid management experience is required. History of operationalizing compliance with labor and employment laws is essential. Track record of identifying and resolving complex legal/operational issues in collaboration with other subject-matter experts is a must. Should have extensive experience educating, advising, and counseling all levels of employees, including executives and risk-related committees of the Board of Directors. Some travel may be required.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2018-05-10

Senior Corporate Counsel - HR Compliance

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel - HR Compliance The candidate will be responsible for the creation, implementation, monitoring, improvement, and maintenance of the company's policies and procedures that ensure compliance with human resources and legal best practices. Will act as liaison between the Legal department and other departments to ensure that compliance concerns are properly prioritized and implemented. Work closely with business colleagues, outside counsel and insurance carriers; handle legal questions regarding PEOs, payroll, benefits and HR services; provide advice and deliver resolutions to complex legal issues in the areas of human resources and employment law; and handle miscellaneous business and compliance matters referred to the Legal department. Manage an enterprise-wide HR and payroll compliance program. Work closely with and oversee internal colleagues in addressing human resource and payroll compliance concerns. Recognize and incorporate applicable laws, regulations, and government and industry standards and guidelines that directly or indirectly apply to HR and Payroll, in the US and globally. Draft employment-related policies and address process and policy issues and provide guidance and recommendations for optimal resolution. Research and respond to questions from business colleagues related to legal requirements for PEOs, payroll, benefits and HR services. Provide advice and counsel in the areas of Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FMLA, FLSA, WARN Act, and related state and local laws. Thoroughly understand and have real-life experience with HR and payroll compliance and applicable federal, state and global laws; know how to manage communications, coordination, and technical assistance with administrative agencies and law enforcement. Assist with the day to day legal aspects of employee investigations, including managing projects and documenting incident response. Oversee internal and third-party risk impact assessment processes. Provide education and guidance to the internal colleagues and teams on matters relating to human resources and employment law. Review marketing materials and employee communications related to HR. Respond to miscellaneous business and employment matters referred to Department. Other projects and responsibilities may be added at the manager's discretion.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing with a State Bar. Must have 7-10 years of legal experience with employment law (in-house experience preferred). Should have broad knowledge of labor and employment laws; and the know-how to identify and resolve issues in collaboration with other subject-matter experts. Must have solid experience educating, advising, and counseling all levels of employees, including executives and risk-related committees of the Board of Directors. Investigative experience is a plus. Some travel may be required.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2018-05-10

Corporate Legal Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Legal Counsel The candidate will be responsible for providing legal counsel for our various business lines across the US, including brokerage, property management, and valuations. Will be responsible for contract review and drafting, risk management and general legal advice, as well as assisting in due diligence activities relating to M&A transactions within the United States. Occasionally work with Human Resources to provide legal advice for employment related matters. Assist in review of internal shared services documentation from time to time, including leases and vendor agreements and develop positive and collaborative relationships with employees across the organization. Must have Juris Doctorate degree. or LL. B from an accredited university, called to practice in at least one state. Must have 5-8 years of legal experience. Knowledge of general commercial law and real estate agreements and transactions is preferred. In-house experience (particularly within the commercial real estate or professional services industry) is preferred. Advanced skills in Microsoft Office applications (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) is essential. Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2018-05-10
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Corporate Counsel - Retail and Regulatory Litigation
Refer job# INTP139115
 
Corporate Counsel - Retail and Regulatory Litigation The candidate will be responsible for handling a broad range of litigation, pre-litigation and regulatory matters relating to insurance and annuity products. Will responsible for advising internal clients with respect to risks presented by managing and resolving those risks, and identifying actual and threatened litigation by private claimants and regulators opportunities and to improve processes and business practices which will mitigate risk and better protect the Company. Duties include identifying, explaining and advising potential issues and risks to business partners, meeting e-discovery obligations (including managing legal holds and document collections), research and writing, managing outside counsel, developing and executing strategy, budgeting and reviewing outside counsel invoices, and developing and presenting related training, negotiating settlements, preparing witnesses for interviews, depositions, arbitrations and trial, and establishing legal reserves.

The candidate must have JD degree from accredited law school and admission to New York and federal Bar. Should have 4+ years of experience reflecting a record of accomplishment. Excellent academic credentials is required. Excellent analytical and organizational skills is needed. Superior oral and written communications skills is must. Ediscovery experience is essential.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# ZWBG139073
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide legal advice to business partners under the Federal securities laws in connection with issuance and maintenance of variable annuities and other variable insurance products, including drafting and filing SEC registration statements for variable annuity and life products and for providing day-to-day legal advice to the business partners who administer these products. Will collaborate with outside counsel, as appropriate, on various matters. Provide legal advice via daily contact with primarily the long-term care, and to lesser extent group and disability business partners and through completion of various assignments as an individual or as part of a team including: research and analysis of laws that relate to and impact the business, identifying and quantifying risks, handling market conduct examinations and other regulatory matters with state insurance departments, providing compliance advice on applicable laws including ERISA, insurance law, preparing rate action filings and responding to related objections from insurance regulators, reviewing claim management guidelines and providing legal advice regarding claim processes. Maintenance of variable annuities and other variable insurance products; Day to day delivery of legal services individually and as a member of a team to all areas of firm s individual and group disability and long term care businesses; Effective, timely and strategic counsel to business on significant business initiatives; Effective support of Unit, Section, and Law Department objectives and initiatives. Handle complex legal matters, analyze legal (and business, where applicable) issues, draft legal documents, and negotiate matters and solve intricate problems using sound legal judgment and expertise with minimal or no supervision. Build and maintain client relationships with diplomacy and by providing concise, insightful, timely, pragmatic, and proactive counsel. Prepare, initiate, advocate, and effectively present legal points and recommendations to influence clients and to represent clients as legal counsel. Conduct legal research and gather matter-related information from various sources. Educate self and business partners on legal developments affecting the business and provide innovative strategies to address those developments. Work on or lead project or cross-functional teams. Handle customer complaints and regulatory inquiries. Analyze new laws and regulations to determine whether they require changes to firm s business processes and products. Draft disclosures for prospectuses and offering memoranda for variable annuity and life products. Update product registration statements. Advise business areas on all aspects of product design and modification. Reviewing sales literature. Perform other duties as required. Should have a J.D. degree and strong academic credentials. Should be admitted to practice in New York State or as in-house counsel. Must have excellent oral and written communications skills and the ability to handle multiple projects and assignments effectively, and must be able to deal comfortably with business partners and others at all levels within the company. Should have 4-6 years of practice post Bar admission. Relevant practice and experience preferred. Leadership aptitude and interest in developing management competencies preferred.
 
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Counsel, Corporate Legal Affairs
Refer job# IRTA139082
 
Counsel, Corporate Legal Affairs The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of transactional agreements with an emphasis on internet, new media, software and related technology licenses for firm s corporate divisions such as procurement, HR, finance, corporate communications etc. Will work on agreements may include license agreements for SaaS solutions and hosted services, software and technology license agreements, agreements for the purchasing and licensing of data, content and hardware, consulting and other services agreements, and a variety of other operational agreements. Counsel clients on risks associated with engaging in a variety of activities and transactions. Advise clients regarding contractual rights and duties, matters of contract interpretation and pre-litigation dispute resolution. Coordinate with Intellectual Property team on intellectual property usage and clearance issues. Coordinate with Privacy and Information Security teams to ensure personal data and confidential information is collected, used and secured in accordance with company requirements collection, use and security of personal data and information. Provide guidance on development of websites and mobile apps; manage mobile terms of service and counsel clients on use. Manage a high volume of renewals, terminations and amendments for various contracts. Should have law degree and member of a state bar in good standing. Should have 5+ years of related experience at law firm or comparable in-house position. Experience in new/digital media is desired. Experience in technology transactions, including licensing and development agreements is preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# YEWG139089
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will lead, from beginning to end, the structuring, drafting, reviewing, negotiating and closing of corporate and commercial transactions, including services, licensing, collaboration, partnership, clinical trial, data use and consulting agreements, amendments and related documents. Will manage a diverse scope of contracting issues, identify and evaluate many business and legal issues simultaneously, and will require minimal oversight. Develop and maintain updated template agreements that reflect firm s new and evolving products and services. Partner with executive leadership on key legal matters associated with firm s research activities, including transactional, intellectual property, contractual and regulatory areas. Collaborate with various teams within firm, including Life Sciences Partnerships, Trials, Academics, Business Development, People Ops, Finance, Marketing/Communications and others to provide strategic and legal guidance. Represent the needs and concerns of firm when negotiating with the legal and contracting functions of clients and vendors. Provide creative legal solutions for all areas of the business. Continually review and analyze legal risks and opportunities to firm from the changing regulatory and competitive environments. Drive regulatory risk management initiatives - assisting all operational areas in the identification and assessment of potential risks and executing mitigating activities. Build training and other processes to allow firm s teams to execute within a clear legal framework. Should have JD Degree. Must have 4-7 years of legal experience. Should be a member and in good standing of any State Bar. Experience with intellectual property, technology transactions, licensing, data use and clinical trials agreements is required. Should have fluency with technology that enables to communicate and work effectively with team members. Trained within the life sciences or health care department of a top-tier law firm is a plus. Experience working in the legal department at a biopharma company or contract research organization is preferred. Experience with regulatory issue spotting, research, analysis, and risk mitigation in the highly regulated health care environment is a plus.
 
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Corporate Counsel - SEC Reporting/Corporate Governance
Refer job# FAPI139029
 
Corporate Counsel - SEC Reporting/Corporate Governance Duties: Provide guidance and ensure compliance on applicable securities laws and regulations, stock exchange (as applicable) rules, and related regulatory compliance activities. Prepare, in conjunction with Director of SEC Reporting, securities filings (Forms 10-K, 10-Q, 8-K, and Section 16 filings), as well as Proxy Statement and annual shareholder meeting materials. Advise on corporate governance issues for the company, including keeping the Board and senior executives informed of corporate and legal responsibilities, NASDAQ listing requirements and best practices. Draft, review and prepare/distribute Board and Board committee materials. Advise internal team on various areas of Public Company disclosure, including earnings releases, press releases, Regulation FD, etc. Legal advice on a variety of complex corporate/financial transactions including M&A and credit facility. Provide legal support on HR, employment, and equity comp related issues; assist in administration of equity plans. Draft and advise on various corporate governance documents, including corporate governance guidelines, committee charters and insider trading policies. Drafting, reviewing and proofreading agreements and other documents and handling document distributions. Organizing and archiving corporate records and Board/committee materials. Responding to regulatory-related requests and reviewing documents for compliance with regulatory requirements. Provide legal support services to GC in the form of basic legal research, agreement drafting and compliance.

Qualifications: Licensed to practice law in the US, preferably NY. Top-tier law school and corporate law firm experience preferred. 3-4 years of general corporate experience, specializing in corporate governance and securities law. Strong organizational, analytical, written, and verbal communication skills. Familiarity with 33 and 34 Act filings. Experience analyzing issues associated with public entities, and handling various transactional and business planning matters preferred. Detail oriented and ability to identify and diligently resolve problems Highly motivated, self-starter who takes initiative Excellent organizational and time management skills - ability to prioritize and juggle multiple tasks Knowledge of advertising, promotional marketing, data privacy and technology law a plus.
 
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Legal - Assistant General Counsel, Corporate & Investment Bank, US Equities- VP
Refer job# CCEG139038
 
Legal - Assistant General Counsel, Corporate & Investment Bank, US Equities- VP The candidate work within the Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB) Legal Department. Will entail drafting ISDA based Confirmations and Mater Confirmations for complex OTC equity derivatives transactions, supporting the documentation group and advising sales and trading, with respect to rules and regulations that affect OTC equity derivatives transactions. Products include swaps, forwards, stock hedging and monetization transactions, collars, options.

A law Degree/Juris Doctorate and licensed to practice in New York required. Must be licensed to practice law and a member in good standing in in the state/jurisdiction in which the position is based or otherwise in compliance with the in-house counsel registration rules of that state/jurisdiction. Should have 5+ years equity derivatives experience with a major law firm or financial firm. Strong experience and familiarity with the ISDA 2002 Equity Derivatives Definitions, ISDA Master Agreement is required. Knowledge of the '33 Act & '34 Act, 2011 Equity Definitions, clearing. Dodd-Frank, bankruptcy and collateral issues, bank regulatory issues (Reg K, Reg W), stock borrow and lending, high net worth clients, and hedge funds is a plus. Ability to develop and maintain internal and external client relationships-required. Experience preparing legal documentation-required.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# KIXX138979
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will serve as the primary compliance advisor to the North America Presidents of both therapeutic groups as well as their respective leadership teams. Will report to the global Chief Compliance Counsel for Vaccines and Rare Disease and will have a close working relationship with the Chief Counsel to ensure alignment and consistency of the North America compliance program with that of the culture and vision of the global business units. Manage and engage in proactive North America compliance activities including: identification, assessment and mitigation of risk; implementation of corporate and divisional policies and procedures within Vaccines and Rare Disease and the development of business unit-specific guidance or policies as needed; updating of policies and procedures; development and/or execution of training curriculum and program in key areas; anticipation of emerging trends and changes to the political, legal, and regulatory landscape by working with the business and additional supporting colleagues; and proactive development of tools to drive compliance and enhance compliance culture within the North America Vaccines and Rare Disease businesses. Work closely with business unit compliance colleagues to ensure consistency and leverage best practices across all therapeutic groups. Assist with preparation and delivery of quarterly Compliance Committee meetings, in coordination with Vaccines and Rare Disease Chief Compliance Counsel, including updating business unit leadership on any on-going environment and government investigations and ensuring execution of relevant North America action items. Develop and deliver compliance-oriented trainings for North America Vaccines and Rare Disease colleagues (on-boarding, POAs and other sales meetings, leadership meetings) with particular focus on field-facing roles (sales, account management, field medical). Provide risk identification and mitigation support to the Vaccines and Rare Disease businesses throughout the business plan cycle. Partner with Vaccines and Rare Disease leaders to assist with key compliance-oriented communications throughout the business year (year-beginning, town halls, year-end, performance updates, product launches, etc.). Oversee relevant leader compliance certification process including analysis of corresponding metrics and review with management. Understand, coordinate, and provide support for North America proactive monitoring efforts; assist with remediation, training and corrective actions. Coordinate with key stakeholders in preparation of annual needs and risk assessments and other compliance related controls. Consult with Compliance Investigations team on management of potential investigative issues in NA Vaccines and Rare Disease; assist with remediation and corrective actions including training and managerial support. Work with Compliance Investigations group and as appropriate Government Investigations to manage and understand any active NA Vaccines and Rare Disease compliance investigations, communicate findings to leadership, and facilitate appropriate remediation. Coordinate with various operational functions to help ensure effective monitoring and guidance to detect and mitigate compliance risks across more recurring activities; conduct observational field visits and support speaker program audit process. Align with Global Commercial Operations and business management on compliant structure and execution of incentive compensation and sales performance contests. JD degree required. Should have admission to practice law in the US, EU or other major market. Must have 10+ years of related legal experience.
 
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Managing Corporate Counsel, HR Compliance
Refer job# ZQXX138917
 
Managing Corporate Counsel, HR Compliance The candidate will be responsible for driving the creation, implementation, monitoring, improvement, and maintenance of communications, training, policies, procedures and forms, at both the company- and client-level, that ensure compliance with human resources and legal best practices at both the Company- and client-level. Managing Counsel HR Compliance, will directly and/or indirectly oversee various HR- and payroll-compliance teams, and act as liaison between the Legal Department and other departments to ensure that compliance concerns are properly prioritized and addressed, with a focus on operationalizing new legal developments for the Company and clients. Work closely with business colleagues, outside counsel and vendors to drive compliance via internal and external communications, training, and updates to forms/policies/procedures, handle legal questions regarding PEOs and their HR and payroll services; provide advice and deliver resolutions to complex legal issues in the areas of human resources and employment law; and handle miscellaneous business and compliance matters referred to the Legal department. Manage an enterprise-wide HR and payroll compliance program for the benefit of the Company and its thousands of clients, requiring significant collaboration with teams inside and outside of Legal, including Client Services, Operations, Products and Technology. Directly and/or indirectly oversee various compliance-focused teams, including, but not limited to, Payroll Compliance, Leaves of Absence, EEO-1 Reporting - all of which are driving compliance for not only the Company but also its clients. Drive the creation, implementation, monitoring, improvement and maintenance of HR and payroll communications, training, policies, procedures and forms at both the Company- and client-level, especially in response to new legal developments. Act as liason between Legal and other departments to ensure that compliance concerns are properly prioritized and addressed not only as described above but also in system updates, product enhancements, and strategic plans. Work closely with and oversee internal colleagues, especially in Client Services and Operations, in addressing HR and payroll compliance concerns in the PEO context. Recognize and address, in the PEO context, applicable laws, regulations, and government and industry standards and guidelines that directly or indirectly apply to HR and Payroll, in the US and globally. Draft employment-related policies, procedures, forms and address related issues by providing guidance and recommendations for optimal resolution. Research and respond to questions from business colleagues related to legal requirements for PEOs, payroll, benefits, and HR services. Provide advice and counsel in the areas of Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FMLA, FLSA, WARN Act, and related state and local laws, in the PEO context. Oversee internal and third-party risk impact assessment processes. Provide education and guidance to internal colleagues and teams on matters relating to human resources and employment law. Review marketing materials and employee communications related to HR and payroll. Respond to miscellaneous business and employment matters referred to Department.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing with a State Bar. Must have 15+ years of legal experience with broad range of labor and employment laws (in-house and law firm experience preferred). Solid management experience is required. History of operationalizing compliance with labor and employment laws is essential. Track record of identifying and resolving complex legal/operational issues in collaboration with other subject-matter experts is a must. Should have extensive experience educating, advising, and counseling all levels of employees, including executives and risk-related committees of the Board of Directors. Some travel may be required.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel - HR Compliance
Refer job# NBAX138919
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - HR Compliance The candidate will be responsible for the creation, implementation, monitoring, improvement, and maintenance of the company's policies and procedures that ensure compliance with human resources and legal best practices. Will act as liaison between the Legal department and other departments to ensure that compliance concerns are properly prioritized and implemented. Work closely with business colleagues, outside counsel and insurance carriers; handle legal questions regarding PEOs, payroll, benefits and HR services; provide advice and deliver resolutions to complex legal issues in the areas of human resources and employment law; and handle miscellaneous business and compliance matters referred to the Legal department. Manage an enterprise-wide HR and payroll compliance program. Work closely with and oversee internal colleagues in addressing human resource and payroll compliance concerns. Recognize and incorporate applicable laws, regulations, and government and industry standards and guidelines that directly or indirectly apply to HR and Payroll, in the US and globally. Draft employment-related policies and address process and policy issues and provide guidance and recommendations for optimal resolution. Research and respond to questions from business colleagues related to legal requirements for PEOs, payroll, benefits and HR services. Provide advice and counsel in the areas of Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FMLA, FLSA, WARN Act, and related state and local laws. Thoroughly understand and have real-life experience with HR and payroll compliance and applicable federal, state and global laws; know how to manage communications, coordination, and technical assistance with administrative agencies and law enforcement. Assist with the day to day legal aspects of employee investigations, including managing projects and documenting incident response. Oversee internal and third-party risk impact assessment processes. Provide education and guidance to the internal colleagues and teams on matters relating to human resources and employment law. Review marketing materials and employee communications related to HR. Respond to miscellaneous business and employment matters referred to Department. Other projects and responsibilities may be added at the manager's discretion.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and be a member in good standing with a State Bar. Must have 7-10 years of legal experience with employment law (in-house experience preferred). Should have broad knowledge of labor and employment laws; and the know-how to identify and resolve issues in collaboration with other subject-matter experts. Must have solid experience educating, advising, and counseling all levels of employees, including executives and risk-related committees of the Board of Directors. Investigative experience is a plus. Some travel may be required.
 
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Corporate Legal Counsel
Refer job# IZVF138922
 
Corporate Legal Counsel The candidate will be responsible for providing legal counsel for our various business lines across the US, including brokerage, property management, and valuations. Will be responsible for contract review and drafting, risk management and general legal advice, as well as assisting in due diligence activities relating to M&A transactions within the United States. Occasionally work with Human Resources to provide legal advice for employment related matters. Assist in review of internal shared services documentation from time to time, including leases and vendor agreements and develop positive and collaborative relationships with employees across the organization. Must have Juris Doctorate degree. or LL. B from an accredited university, called to practice in at least one state. Must have 5-8 years of legal experience. Knowledge of general commercial law and real estate agreements and transactions is preferred. In-house experience (particularly within the commercial real estate or professional services industry) is preferred. Advanced skills in Microsoft Office applications (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook) is essential.
 
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