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We are pleased that your assessment of options has led you to General Counsel Consulting, and we invite you to browse our website to learn more about our firm and the career opportunities we offer. If you would like to be considered for an in-house attorney position, feel free to submit your resume.
 
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Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel The candidate will work with business, product, and technology teams to provide legal guidance across product categories. Will structure, draft and review consumer agreements, promotional and marketing materials, and related terms and conditions. Monitor and interpret laws, rulings and regulations involving the company's business lines, including consumer banking, lending, investing, and payments. Provide legal and commercial advice with respect to our business activities as well as general corporate, litigation, and regulatory matters. Collaborate with legal and compliance team members to enhance legal operations and processes. Review and negotiate vendor and service provider agreements; manage day-to-day interactions with business partners, outside counsel, and other parties.

The candidate should have 3-6 years of the relevant law firm or in-house experience; a background working in fintech / regulated consumer-facing financial services a plus. Must have a JD Degree from an accredited law school and license in good standing to practice law in the United States. Knowledge of banking, consumer finance, and/or securities laws and regulations; data privacy and protection knowledge is a plus. Should have experience in providing legal counsel for the development and launch of consumer-facing products or services while identifying business risks and requirements resulting from evolving laws and regulations; prior work with technology companies preferred. Experience managing regulatory audits and examinations and litigation matters essential.
Legal 3 - 6 Full-time 2021-01-20

Corporate Counsel / Assistant General Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel / Assistant General Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review and negotiate commercial agreements for a broad spectrum of partners and clients including license agreements, marketing agreements, NDAs, and vendor agreements. Review product offerings, programs, and initiatives to spot legal issues and advise business partners on laws, regulations, and industry standard methodologies. Assist in handling corporate matters, including assisting with debt and equity financings, leading equity incentive plans and assisting with board and stockholder matters. Assist the General Counsel in a variety of special projects as needed. Help build and maintain a contracting playbook, contract template and clause library, legal process wikis, and other tools and metrics to help scale the legal function.

Qualifications: 3-5 years' experience preferred. Commercial transaction experience preferred. High EQ and unafraid to ask for help. Eager to learn and can quickly get up to speed on any topic. High attention to detail and exceptionally organized. Thrilled to join a small team at a growing company.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2021-01-18

Senior Corporate Counsel, Securities

New York City NY Senior Corporate Counsel, Securities Duties: Drive public company readiness and other compliance efforts, including the development and maintenance of policies, procedures, and training initiatives. Provide legal support for corporate transactions, including securities offerings, financings, investments, acquisitions and divestitures and other strategic transactions, and provide oversite on executive compensation administration. Help prepare the company's SEC filings and other public disclosure documents, including preparing 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, Proxy Statements, Section 16 Reports, and other SEC-related documents, when required. Ensure compliance with the SEC and stock market listing rules and requirements, as applicable. Assist with the preparation and planning for board and committee meetings and the annual meeting of stockholders. Work closely with internal teams to draft and review earnings releases, press releases, and shareholder and investor communications, particularly for compliance with applicable securities laws. Monitor and analyze regulatory developments and best practices in the securities and corporate governance arenas and drive change and education as appropriate.

Qualifications: 5-7 years of experience handling securities transactions, public company compliance matters and related filings. Undergraduate degree and a J.D. from top schools. Bar admission in good standing to practice law in the State of New York. Prior work experience with a public technology company is preferred. Excellent negotiation, drafting, analytical, and communication skills. Ability to manage multiple projects at once and to follow through, meet deadlines and take full responsibility for structuring and prioritizing your time. Sound judgment with the knowledge to resolve complicated matters while maintaining integrity and confidentiality. Team player. Excellent interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to facilitate collaborative solutions.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2021-01-18

Commercial Transactions Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Commercial Transactions Corporate Counsel The candidate will be negotiating commercial contracts with customers, many of which are represented by top law firms. Will be addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment. Collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures.

The candidate should be a licensed attorney with 5-7 years' expertise in commercial transactions with large law firm experience. Prior exposure to IT outsourcing is a major plus. Experience in a wide variety of contract drafting and negotiations, preferably representing a client without significant contracting leverage is required. Exposure to master service agreements, software-as-a-service agreements, or other commercial agreements with complex intellectual property, licensing, privacy, indemnity, and liability issues are preferred. Experience in a wide variety of contract drafting and negotiations, preferably representing a client without significant contracting leverage is preferred. Exposure to master service agreements, software-as-a-service agreements, or other commercial agreements with complex intellectual property, licensing, privacy, indemnity, and liability issues are preferred. Prior exposure to IT outsourcing is a major plus.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2021-01-16

Counsel, Corporate M&a

New York City NY Counsel, Corporate M&A The candidate will lead domestic and international M&A transactions and strategic investments, including coordination of legal strategy, negotiation and due diligence. Will partner with Corporate Development, Finance and Integration teams and manage cross-functional legal experts to execute transactions. Support major M&A transactions and complex strategic initiatives. Coordinate and manage outside domestic and international corporate counsel. Support and manage internal corporate initiatives and policies.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. Must have 3+ years of legal practice experience. Must have Corporate and transactional experience with public and private companies, emphasis on M&A, investments, joint ventures, and other corporate transactions. Should have organizational experience and strategic thinking, and experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment. Business judgment and client counseling experience is needed. In-house experience is preferred. Cross-border and international experience is desired.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-14

Corporate Counsel, Security Business

New York City NY Corporate Counsel, Security Business The candidate will be developing a strong understanding of product functionality and applicable legal/regulatory limitations, with a specific focus on cloud and SaaS products. Building and maintaining strong relationships with product development and engineering teams and advising multiple levels of management on legal issues, including executive-level support. Reviewing and negotiating agreements with strategic partners, vendors and customers, including OEM, marketplace, alliance, joint marketing and co-development agreements. Working with Cisco's Privacy Office to implement privacy compliance and privacy by design principles. Assisting with the acquisition and integration of products, content, services and technologies for newly acquired technologies and businesses. Building cross-functional relationships with operations, finance, supply chain, IP, Privacy and other members of the Legal team. Advising the Security business leaders regarding strategic legal issues with a pro-business focus. Providing product expertise to other teams within Legal in connection with customer escalations. Must have excellent legal and business judgment, possess strong critical thinking and writing skills, and maintain a proven work ethic. and organization. Excellent communication skills (oral and written) and advanced interpersonal and influencing abilities to build trusted relationships with the business and Legal teammates is a must. 6+ years of relevant legal, in-house and law firm experience required. J.D. and excellent academic credentials required. State Bar member in good standing required. Substantial software and cloud/SaaS transactional experience required. Experience with privacy and data protection/security issues, including strong knowledge of global privacy laws, particularly GDPR. Certifications (such as CIPP/E) are a plus. Solid knowledge of intellectual property contracting and product development issues, including open source required. Strong collaborator who will work closely with product managers and engineers to develop a deep understanding of their product portfolio required. Intellectual curiosity to learn about new technologies, cybersecurity and understand product architecture required. Ability to understand and synthesize complex issues, assess risk, and provide concise, plain English, business-focused legal advice, including to senior executive leadership required. Strong organizational and program management skills and the ability to prioritize and handle several simultaneous projects for multiple businesses under deadline pressure required. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-14

Corporate Counsel, Advertising

New York City NY Corporate Counsel, Advertising The candidate will be drafting and negotiating ad agreements for local, mid-market and national clients, crafting incentive compensation programs, and helping to identify and mitigate legal and business risks associated with Yelp's sales and revenue operations. Must have J.D., top law school with bar admission in good standing. Should have 4-6 years experience at a big firm and/or in-house with commercial contracts. Digital advertising and media experience is a significant plus. Keen understanding of privacy issues in the advertising context. Must have experience working cross-functionally with multiple teams of stakeholders. Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2021-01-09

Corporate Governance & Policies Attorney

Westbury NY Corporate Governance & Policies Attorney Duties: Assists the CCGO and other members of legal and consumer regulatory compliance teams in advising management of New York Community Bancorp, Inc. and its affiliates (collectively, the Company) concerning legal rights and obligations relating to various areas of law, including, among others: corporate, securities, consumer financial protection, mergers and acquisitions, banking, contracts, real estate, and lending. Assists in various corporate governance, legal advisory, and transactional functions under the supervision and direction of the CCGO, including, among other things: Supports corporate legal function in advising company management regarding various corporate, securities, bank regulatory, consumer financial protection, and other functions, with respect to, among others, corporate policies and procedures, responding to regulatory inquiries, coordinating and implementing company-wide governance initiatives, ensuring the implementation of related training programs; Coordinates the policies management function as directed by the CCGO, including by ensuring that written policies and procedures to support all applicable federal and state regulatory requirements are developed, approved, and maintained and drafting corporate and other policies and procedures and other governance documents; Aides the CCGO in performing legal work relating to various governance, corporate, and regulatory matters and assists with various aspects of governance for executive management and the Company and affiliate Boards of Directors or other governing bodies; Communicates with lines of business regarding policy drafting and implementation; Oversees and coordinates development and application of monitoring and reporting controls relating to policy drafting and implementation, and related governance matters. Supports corporate counsel in advising regarding legal matters relating to various bank regulatory compliance functions, including with respect to, among other things, maintaining compliance policies, preparing and filing compliance program documents, responding to regulatory exams, coordinating and implementing company-wide compliance initiatives, ensuring the implementation of compliance training programs; Works with the CCGO and other members of corporate legal team, executive management, compliance department, and appropriate division heads to support governance and policy compliance initiatives; Researches and interprets laws, rulings, and regulations applicable to the Company; Monitors information sources (e.g., Federal Register, banking news) for selected legal and regulatory developments; Coordinates with other responsible Company officers (e.g., Compliance Officer, CRA Officer, Bank Secrecy Officer) to ensure compliance is maintained under applicable federal and state law, rule and regulation and under the Company's Compliance Management Policy; and Conducts other duties as are assigned by the CCGO or Executive Management from time to time. Performs special projects, and additional duties and responsibilities as required. Where applicable and when performing the responsibilities of the job, employees are accountable to maintain Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and adhere to internal control policies and procedures.

Requirements: JD Degree and admission to the Bar is required. Must be a Licensed member of the Bar in the State of New York. 5+ years of experience in related fields (corporate, securities, bank regulatory law). Preference for experience in (a) corporate legal department in the areas of corporate and securities law, bank regulation, and contracts; (b) public company legal department; (c) large law firm. Knowledge and understanding of basic legal principals, as well as the fundamentals of corporate governance and business management within an organization such as the Company's and the role of outside counsel in performing various legal matters on behalf of the Company. Proficient in Word, Excel and Microsoft Outlook. Well organized, self-motivated, efficient and strong interpersonal skills. Ability to understand and manage corporate and Corporate Legal Department records in accordance with Departmental policies and procedures (e.g., file maintenance systems) and ensure maximum accuracy in properly maintaining, retrieving, and delivering relevant documents within the Department and in communications with parties outside the Department and the Company, keeping pace with significant legal document flows relating to various types of legal matters (including, e.g., litigation, transactional, corporate governance, and regulatory matters). Ability to maintain awareness of legal and other deadlines and scheduling issues relevant to the legal affairs function, effectively coordinate and communicate regarding same with other professionals within the organization. Ability to read, understand and organize basic corporate legal, contract, and litigation documents. Ability to read and interpret laws, rules, regulations, judicial and administrative cases, contracts, and other legal documents. Ability to write legal and other memoranda, reports and correspondence. Ability to maintain confidentiality in accordance with the highest standards established by the Company and the Company's Corporate Legal Department. Ability to speak effectively with business partners and adversaries, in court, and before groups of Company employees.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-09

Corporate Counsel, Capital Markets

New York City NY Corporate Counsel, Capital Markets The candidate will act as a gatekeeper and transactional attorney for securities offerings under Regs. A+, Reg, CF, Reg, D, and Reg S. Will lead the legal function of transactions from both sides of the table, as a buyer, seller, and/or intermediary between the two. Create and implement procedures for and assisting with the administration of contract management, organization, and documentation. Prepare and review materials for compliance with various SEC/FINRA rules. Prepare and complete certain regulatory filings through the SEC's EDGAR system. Provide legal support on compliance issues, training, and investigations. Transactional work through's deal flow of companies raising funds through securities offerings. Due diligence work through the review of formation and financial documents, provided by companies applying to be hosted on for their securities offering.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate from an accredited U.S. law school and licensed to practice in at least one state. Must have 4+ years of substantive capital markets legal experience at an established law firm or financial institution, and ideally some experience working with startups. Should have significant experience representing and working with private companies raising capital through the federal registration exemptions expanded by the JOBS Act of 2012.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-09

Corporate Counsel

New York City NY Corporate Counsel Duties: Serve as a trusted senior legal advisor for the DRC, ensuring that disciplinary matters involving members are conducted in a manner that is just, fair, and consistent with the organization's governing documents ( Articles and Bylaws, Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct, and Rules of Procedure) and in a manner that mitigates legal risk for ; Attend all in-person hearings and participates in all telephonic hearings for cases related to professional conduct (as opposed to exam-related cases involving candidates); Work with the Hearing Panel Administrator, DRC panels and panel chairs in advance of, and during, hearing panels to help resolve procedural or evidentiary issues; Partner with the panel chair and/or the full panel to understand the rationale of the panel's decision after it has independently deliberated to reach such decision; Draft the decision letters of the panels for each case (including hearing panels and appeal panels), ensuring that the decision letters are robust and well-written and accurately reflect the panels findings (e.g., issues presented, standard of review, factual findings and credibility determinations, as well as analysis and application of the facts to the Code and Standards and the Sanction Matrix Guidelines); Actively participate in semi-annual training meetings and annual orientation meeting and provides on-going training support and recommendations to the DRC; Help draft and create training materials including appropriate guidance, mock hearing materials, training vignettes, slides, reports and presentations; Advise and train the DRC members on various subjects such as applying the appropriate standard of review, questioning a witness, handling objections, applying the sanction matrix guideline, etc.; Collaborate with the Hearing Panel Administrator on administrative support for the disciplinary process; Independently initiate projects and identify ways to improve the DRC's processes and operations. Manage's litigation portfolio in coordination with the other Corporate Counsel in the organization. Manage the immigration portfolio in coordination with Employment Counsel and internal clients.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school required. Membership in a State Bar and eligibility for a VA bar license. 5+ years of experience performing legal work for a reputable law firm or company, preferably in litigation or appellate practice. Prior experience as an arbitrator or judicial clerk preferred. International experience is preferred. Strong legal writing skills. Knowledge and experience of regulating the conduct of participants in financial markets.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-09
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# RDER154643
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will work with business, product, and technology teams to provide legal guidance across product categories. Will structure, draft and review consumer agreements, promotional and marketing materials, and related terms and conditions. Monitor and interpret laws, rulings and regulations involving the company's business lines, including consumer banking, lending, investing, and payments. Provide legal and commercial advice with respect to our business activities as well as general corporate, litigation, and regulatory matters. Collaborate with legal and compliance team members to enhance legal operations and processes. Review and negotiate vendor and service provider agreements; manage day-to-day interactions with business partners, outside counsel, and other parties.

The candidate should have 3-6 years of the relevant law firm or in-house experience; a background working in fintech / regulated consumer-facing financial services a plus. Must have a JD Degree from an accredited law school and license in good standing to practice law in the United States. Knowledge of banking, consumer finance, and/or securities laws and regulations; data privacy and protection knowledge is a plus. Should have experience in providing legal counsel for the development and launch of consumer-facing products or services while identifying business risks and requirements resulting from evolving laws and regulations; prior work with technology companies preferred. Experience managing regulatory audits and examinations and litigation matters essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel / Assistant General Counsel
Refer job# CKAI154608
 
Corporate Counsel / Assistant General Counsel Responsibilities: Draft, review and negotiate commercial agreements for a broad spectrum of partners and clients including license agreements, marketing agreements, NDAs, and vendor agreements. Review product offerings, programs, and initiatives to spot legal issues and advise business partners on laws, regulations, and industry standard methodologies. Assist in handling corporate matters, including assisting with debt and equity financings, leading equity incentive plans and assisting with board and stockholder matters. Assist the General Counsel in a variety of special projects as needed. Help build and maintain a contracting playbook, contract template and clause library, legal process wikis, and other tools and metrics to help scale the legal function.

Qualifications: 3-5 years' experience preferred. Commercial transaction experience preferred. High EQ and unafraid to ask for help. Eager to learn and can quickly get up to speed on any topic. High attention to detail and exceptionally organized. Thrilled to join a small team at a growing company.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Securities
Refer job# WCYJ154623
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Securities Duties: Drive public company readiness and other compliance efforts, including the development and maintenance of policies, procedures, and training initiatives. Provide legal support for corporate transactions, including securities offerings, financings, investments, acquisitions and divestitures and other strategic transactions, and provide oversite on executive compensation administration. Help prepare the company's SEC filings and other public disclosure documents, including preparing 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, Proxy Statements, Section 16 Reports, and other SEC-related documents, when required. Ensure compliance with the SEC and stock market listing rules and requirements, as applicable. Assist with the preparation and planning for board and committee meetings and the annual meeting of stockholders. Work closely with internal teams to draft and review earnings releases, press releases, and shareholder and investor communications, particularly for compliance with applicable securities laws. Monitor and analyze regulatory developments and best practices in the securities and corporate governance arenas and drive change and education as appropriate.

Qualifications: 5-7 years of experience handling securities transactions, public company compliance matters and related filings. Undergraduate degree and a J.D. from top schools. Bar admission in good standing to practice law in the State of New York. Prior work experience with a public technology company is preferred. Excellent negotiation, drafting, analytical, and communication skills. Ability to manage multiple projects at once and to follow through, meet deadlines and take full responsibility for structuring and prioritizing your time. Sound judgment with the knowledge to resolve complicated matters while maintaining integrity and confidentiality. Team player. Excellent interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to facilitate collaborative solutions.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Commercial Transactions Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VRLD154585
 
Commercial Transactions Corporate Counsel The candidate will be negotiating commercial contracts with customers, many of which are represented by top law firms. Will be addressing legal queries from business teams across various aspects of the law, the contract, and the customer relationship, including compliance, intellectual property, privacy, litigation, and employment. Collaborating with fellow attorneys to develop and maintain templates, playbooks, contracting policies, negotiation practices, and escalation procedures.

The candidate should be a licensed attorney with 5-7 years' expertise in commercial transactions with large law firm experience. Prior exposure to IT outsourcing is a major plus. Experience in a wide variety of contract drafting and negotiations, preferably representing a client without significant contracting leverage is required. Exposure to master service agreements, software-as-a-service agreements, or other commercial agreements with complex intellectual property, licensing, privacy, indemnity, and liability issues are preferred. Experience in a wide variety of contract drafting and negotiations, preferably representing a client without significant contracting leverage is preferred. Exposure to master service agreements, software-as-a-service agreements, or other commercial agreements with complex intellectual property, licensing, privacy, indemnity, and liability issues are preferred. Prior exposure to IT outsourcing is a major plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel, Corporate M&a
Refer job# NXCT154517
 
Counsel, Corporate M&A The candidate will lead domestic and international M&A transactions and strategic investments, including coordination of legal strategy, negotiation and due diligence. Will partner with Corporate Development, Finance and Integration teams and manage cross-functional legal experts to execute transactions. Support major M&A transactions and complex strategic initiatives. Coordinate and manage outside domestic and international corporate counsel. Support and manage internal corporate initiatives and policies.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. Must have 3+ years of legal practice experience. Must have Corporate and transactional experience with public and private companies, emphasis on M&A, investments, joint ventures, and other corporate transactions. Should have organizational experience and strategic thinking, and experience advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment. Business judgment and client counseling experience is needed. In-house experience is preferred. Cross-border and international experience is desired.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Security Business
Refer job# NBHI154544
 
Corporate Counsel, Security Business The candidate will be developing a strong understanding of product functionality and applicable legal/regulatory limitations, with a specific focus on cloud and SaaS products. Building and maintaining strong relationships with product development and engineering teams and advising multiple levels of management on legal issues, including executive-level support. Reviewing and negotiating agreements with strategic partners, vendors and customers, including OEM, marketplace, alliance, joint marketing and co-development agreements. Working with Cisco's Privacy Office to implement privacy compliance and privacy by design principles. Assisting with the acquisition and integration of products, content, services and technologies for newly acquired technologies and businesses. Building cross-functional relationships with operations, finance, supply chain, IP, Privacy and other members of the Legal team. Advising the Security business leaders regarding strategic legal issues with a pro-business focus. Providing product expertise to other teams within Legal in connection with customer escalations. Must have excellent legal and business judgment, possess strong critical thinking and writing skills, and maintain a proven work ethic. and organization. Excellent communication skills (oral and written) and advanced interpersonal and influencing abilities to build trusted relationships with the business and Legal teammates is a must. 6+ years of relevant legal, in-house and law firm experience required. J.D. and excellent academic credentials required. State Bar member in good standing required. Substantial software and cloud/SaaS transactional experience required. Experience with privacy and data protection/security issues, including strong knowledge of global privacy laws, particularly GDPR. Certifications (such as CIPP/E) are a plus. Solid knowledge of intellectual property contracting and product development issues, including open source required. Strong collaborator who will work closely with product managers and engineers to develop a deep understanding of their product portfolio required. Intellectual curiosity to learn about new technologies, cybersecurity and understand product architecture required. Ability to understand and synthesize complex issues, assess risk, and provide concise, plain English, business-focused legal advice, including to senior executive leadership required. Strong organizational and program management skills and the ability to prioritize and handle several simultaneous projects for multiple businesses under deadline pressure required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel, Advertising
Refer job# OBEY154447
 
Corporate Counsel, Advertising The candidate will be drafting and negotiating ad agreements for local, mid-market and national clients, crafting incentive compensation programs, and helping to identify and mitigate legal and business risks associated with Yelp's sales and revenue operations. Must have J.D., top law school with bar admission in good standing. Should have 4-6 years experience at a big firm and/or in-house with commercial contracts. Digital advertising and media experience is a significant plus. Keen understanding of privacy issues in the advertising context. Must have experience working cross-functionally with multiple teams of stakeholders.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Governance & Policies Attorney
Refer job# MZUM154451
 
Corporate Governance & Policies Attorney Duties: Assists the CCGO and other members of legal and consumer regulatory compliance teams in advising management of New York Community Bancorp, Inc. and its affiliates (collectively, the Company) concerning legal rights and obligations relating to various areas of law, including, among others: corporate, securities, consumer financial protection, mergers and acquisitions, banking, contracts, real estate, and lending. Assists in various corporate governance, legal advisory, and transactional functions under the supervision and direction of the CCGO, including, among other things: Supports corporate legal function in advising company management regarding various corporate, securities, bank regulatory, consumer financial protection, and other functions, with respect to, among others, corporate policies and procedures, responding to regulatory inquiries, coordinating and implementing company-wide governance initiatives, ensuring the implementation of related training programs; Coordinates the policies management function as directed by the CCGO, including by ensuring that written policies and procedures to support all applicable federal and state regulatory requirements are developed, approved, and maintained and drafting corporate and other policies and procedures and other governance documents; Aides the CCGO in performing legal work relating to various governance, corporate, and regulatory matters and assists with various aspects of governance for executive management and the Company and affiliate Boards of Directors or other governing bodies; Communicates with lines of business regarding policy drafting and implementation; Oversees and coordinates development and application of monitoring and reporting controls relating to policy drafting and implementation, and related governance matters. Supports corporate counsel in advising regarding legal matters relating to various bank regulatory compliance functions, including with respect to, among other things, maintaining compliance policies, preparing and filing compliance program documents, responding to regulatory exams, coordinating and implementing company-wide compliance initiatives, ensuring the implementation of compliance training programs; Works with the CCGO and other members of corporate legal team, executive management, compliance department, and appropriate division heads to support governance and policy compliance initiatives; Researches and interprets laws, rulings, and regulations applicable to the Company; Monitors information sources (e.g., Federal Register, banking news) for selected legal and regulatory developments; Coordinates with other responsible Company officers (e.g., Compliance Officer, CRA Officer, Bank Secrecy Officer) to ensure compliance is maintained under applicable federal and state law, rule and regulation and under the Company's Compliance Management Policy; and Conducts other duties as are assigned by the CCGO or Executive Management from time to time. Performs special projects, and additional duties and responsibilities as required. Where applicable and when performing the responsibilities of the job, employees are accountable to maintain Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and adhere to internal control policies and procedures.

Requirements: JD Degree and admission to the Bar is required. Must be a Licensed member of the Bar in the State of New York. 5+ years of experience in related fields (corporate, securities, bank regulatory law). Preference for experience in (a) corporate legal department in the areas of corporate and securities law, bank regulation, and contracts; (b) public company legal department; (c) large law firm. Knowledge and understanding of basic legal principals, as well as the fundamentals of corporate governance and business management within an organization such as the Company's and the role of outside counsel in performing various legal matters on behalf of the Company. Proficient in Word, Excel and Microsoft Outlook. Well organized, self-motivated, efficient and strong interpersonal skills. Ability to understand and manage corporate and Corporate Legal Department records in accordance with Departmental policies and procedures (e.g., file maintenance systems) and ensure maximum accuracy in properly maintaining, retrieving, and delivering relevant documents within the Department and in communications with parties outside the Department and the Company, keeping pace with significant legal document flows relating to various types of legal matters (including, e.g., litigation, transactional, corporate governance, and regulatory matters). Ability to maintain awareness of legal and other deadlines and scheduling issues relevant to the legal affairs function, effectively coordinate and communicate regarding same with other professionals within the organization. Ability to read, understand and organize basic corporate legal, contract, and litigation documents. Ability to read and interpret laws, rules, regulations, judicial and administrative cases, contracts, and other legal documents. Ability to write legal and other memoranda, reports and correspondence. Ability to maintain confidentiality in accordance with the highest standards established by the Company and the Company's Corporate Legal Department. Ability to speak effectively with business partners and adversaries, in court, and before groups of Company employees.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, Capital Markets
Refer job# ILFL154455
 
Corporate Counsel, Capital Markets The candidate will act as a gatekeeper and transactional attorney for securities offerings under Regs. A+, Reg, CF, Reg, D, and Reg S. Will lead the legal function of transactions from both sides of the table, as a buyer, seller, and/or intermediary between the two. Create and implement procedures for and assisting with the administration of contract management, organization, and documentation. Prepare and review materials for compliance with various SEC/FINRA rules. Prepare and complete certain regulatory filings through the SEC's EDGAR system. Provide legal support on compliance issues, training, and investigations. Transactional work through's deal flow of companies raising funds through securities offerings. Due diligence work through the review of formation and financial documents, provided by companies applying to be hosted on for their securities offering.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate from an accredited U.S. law school and licensed to practice in at least one state. Must have 4+ years of substantive capital markets legal experience at an established law firm or financial institution, and ideally some experience working with startups. Should have significant experience representing and working with private companies raising capital through the federal registration exemptions expanded by the JOBS Act of 2012.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VUME154464
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Serve as a trusted senior legal advisor for the DRC, ensuring that disciplinary matters involving members are conducted in a manner that is just, fair, and consistent with the organization's governing documents ( Articles and Bylaws, Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct, and Rules of Procedure) and in a manner that mitigates legal risk for ; Attend all in-person hearings and participates in all telephonic hearings for cases related to professional conduct (as opposed to exam-related cases involving candidates); Work with the Hearing Panel Administrator, DRC panels and panel chairs in advance of, and during, hearing panels to help resolve procedural or evidentiary issues; Partner with the panel chair and/or the full panel to understand the rationale of the panel's decision after it has independently deliberated to reach such decision; Draft the decision letters of the panels for each case (including hearing panels and appeal panels), ensuring that the decision letters are robust and well-written and accurately reflect the panels findings (e.g., issues presented, standard of review, factual findings and credibility determinations, as well as analysis and application of the facts to the Code and Standards and the Sanction Matrix Guidelines); Actively participate in semi-annual training meetings and annual orientation meeting and provides on-going training support and recommendations to the DRC; Help draft and create training materials including appropriate guidance, mock hearing materials, training vignettes, slides, reports and presentations; Advise and train the DRC members on various subjects such as applying the appropriate standard of review, questioning a witness, handling objections, applying the sanction matrix guideline, etc.; Collaborate with the Hearing Panel Administrator on administrative support for the disciplinary process; Independently initiate projects and identify ways to improve the DRC's processes and operations. Manage's litigation portfolio in coordination with the other Corporate Counsel in the organization. Manage the immigration portfolio in coordination with Employment Counsel and internal clients.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school required. Membership in a State Bar and eligibility for a VA bar license. 5+ years of experience performing legal work for a reputable law firm or company, preferably in litigation or appellate practice. Prior experience as an arbitrator or judicial clerk preferred. International experience is preferred. Strong legal writing skills. Knowledge and experience of regulating the conduct of participants in financial markets.
 
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