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Senior Corporate Counsel

Collegeville PA Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide duties may change from time to time and is expected primarily to involve legal support for a range of corporate and commercial activities. Areas of responsibility will vary with the Companys need. Initially, it is expected that primary responsibilities may include support for corporate activities (e.g., financing), commercial activities (e.g., drafting and negotiating contracts, including for procurement, provider and health plan services), business development activities (e.g., mergers and acquisitions) and counseling clients on a range of business and legal regulatory issues (e.g., anti-corruption, fraud and abuse laws).

The candidate must have a J.D, be duly licensed to practice law, and have 5+ years of relevant experience. Must have strong corporate, commercial or transactional experience. Must have expert drafting, communication and negotiation skills. Must have an understanding of how to support the achievement of business objectives while considering the regulatory landscape. Health care experience is desirable. Must have strong corporate, commercial or transactional experience. Must have an understanding of how to support the achievement of business objectives while considering the regulatory landscape. Must have demonstrated ability to interface effectively with all levels of staff, management and executives.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-13

Corporate Counsel, IP

Exton PA Corporate Counsel, IP The candidate will oversee preparation and prosecution of patent applications; assist in the management of the companys IP portfolio; review preliminary patent and literature searches and analyze patent search results relative to products in support of patentability and infringement analyses; and assist in the review of third-party patents. Will oversee, review and draft all aspects of U.S. and foreign patent application preparation and prosecution docket. Advise clients on the various legal risks, business strategies, and other issues related to IP processes and other projects. Advise globally on confidentiality agreements and oversee execution and management process. Review and analyze patent and application search results. Facilitate and track the clearance of all potential new products in development. Develop and implement processes for complying with inventor remuneration requirements, globally. Support leadership in developing IP strategy and execution. Research and advise on IP, commercial and other legal issues, including IP provisions in agreements, as needed. Provide advice with respect to issues and claims that may arise in the course of patent process. Develop training modules, presentations and other material on legal issues of importance to internal stakeholders and provide such information and training upon request. Propose, organize, manage and complete department projects either individually or as a member of a team. Provide legal support to the business in other substantive areas of law as needed. Manage internal and external counsel and patent agents. Perform other duties as may be assigned as appropriate.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's in Electrical, Mechanical or Chemical Engineering and a Juris Doctor degree. Must be a Registered U.S. Patent Attorney. Admitted to one State Bar; and eligible for admission to the Pennsylvania Bar. Should preferably have 8+ years of relevant experience and 5+ years of which were practicing as an attorney in a law firm; experience working as patent examiner. Proficiency with MS Office products, including PowerPoint, Word, Excel and Outlook; experience with MS team tools and IP portfolio management and analysis software, such as Anaqua, is a plus. Excellent oral and written communications are essential.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-06

Corporate Counsel

Lancaster PA Corporate Counsel Duties: Reporting to Senior Vice President & General Counsel, the Corporate Counsel position is responsible for a broad range of corporate and commercial legal issues for a publicly - traded manufacturing company, including: contractual matters (review, drafting, and negotiating), regulatory compliance, corporate governance, and consumer & marketing claims. Corporate Counsels prepare, review and negotiate contracts involving distribution, sales, procurement, IT, consulting services, confidentiality, data privacy, licensing and other corporate related matters. Demonstrate experienced judgment in analyzing and negotiating complex concepts, including: limitations of liability; indemnifications; and warranties. Assist in handling various corporate legal matters, including privacy, commercial disputes (pre-litigation management), and corporate governance. Assist the General Counsel to ensure that the Company conducts its business in compliance with applicable SEC laws and regulations and NYSE rules; manage Sarbanes-Oxley and 1934 Act compliance and reports (10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K and proxy statements). Participate in the design and development of corporate policies, procedures, and programs required for a public company and provide counsel and guidance on legal matters, regulatory interpretations, and on legal implications of all matters. Assist in oversight of maintenance of all foreign and domestic subsidiaries. Research, analyze and advise members of senior management regarding laws and regulations. Effectively manage outside counsel to achieve business goals while controlling costs. Participate on cross-functional teams in company initiatives. Participate in due diligence with respect to mergers and acquisitions. Manage real estate transactions, including leases and easements. Assist with initiatives to strengthen the legal department and business operations through systems improvements and the preparation, implementation and refinement of forms, processes, and procedures, including contracts management and records retention.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Admission to the Pennsylvania Bar. 3+ years of relevant experience in medium to large-sized law firm or in-house legal department. Previous experience with commercial transactions and corporate governance exposure. Excellent organizational and teamwork skills. Strong attention to detail. Ability and willingness to work core hours to support the needs of our business and plant locations. Preferred Qualifications: High energy and engagement with a diverse group of business clients on a wide variety of legal issues. Willingness to research and become a subject matter expert in new areas. Strong analytical and negotiating skills. Excellent interpersonal skills. Outstanding legal drafting skills. Experience with/knowledge of executive compensation corporate governance matters a plus.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-05-27

Corporate Attorney II

Philadelphia PA Corporate Attorney II Duties: Participates in the development of policies in the immediate managers organization, and interprets such policies throughout the department. Develops objectives, policies and procedures for the approval of immediate manager. Interprets and administers programs and procedures in accordance with approved policies. Performs special assignments for immediate manager as requested. Reports performance to immediate manager. Coordinates expense budget spending for the department to maintain performance within budget. Develops a suitable successor and assumes responsibility for training replacements at all levels within the department. Handles all aspects of federal/state administrative claims and lawsuit management of Workers Compensation, FELA and other related claims and lawsuits under the supervision and management of the Director, Workers Compensation. Provides support and guidance related to the matter types detailed above to SEPTA employees and management personnel on behalf of the Office of General Counsel when assigned. Demonstrates a level of expertise and competence to independently handle all Workers Compensation matters brought against SEPTA. Reviews and investigates claims and lawsuits in Workers Compensation, FELA and Insurance areas. Conducts legal research required to complete understanding of material issues. Interviews witnesses. Drafts pleadings, briefs and discovery. Presents argument to State Workers Compensation Judges in support of arguments made on behalf of client. Handles expert witnesses and related issues. Prepares for and conducts or defends fact and expert witness depositions. Prepares for and represents SEPTA at pre-trial court hearings. Prepares cases for trial and participates in trying the case. Represents SEPTA in the defense of Workers Compensation and FELA claims from the outset of those claims through final resolution. Manages outside counsels internal administrative reporting requirements. Manages Legal Files claim data and discovery input on Workers Compensation and FELA matters. Assists Director and/or Special Counsel with the management of outside counsel on Workers Compensation and FELA matters. Engages in direct communications with client to collect, analyze, and interpret all pertinent facts and circumstances related to a matter. Makes recommendations to the Director and/or Special Counsel as to how matters should be handled, explains justification for said recommendations, identifies risks and challenges, as well as benefits and potential for favorable outcomes. Understands internal policies and procedures and assists the Director and/or Special Counsel in preparing, amending or advising clients concerning those policies and procedures. Keeps client department staff informed on the progress of the handling of a matter and any legal issues related thereto. Organizes facts, shapes legal theories, and determines applicable foundational terms pertaining to legal matters and then drafts appropriate documents that accurately, clearly and thoroughly incorporates all of these. Works with client department staff to ensure that all aspects of an undertaking are reflected correctly and fully in the legal document. Works with Special Counsel and/or Deputy General Counsel to finalize the structure, content and style of the legal documents, so that they will meet the standards of General Counsel and is ready for Special Counsel or Deputy General Counsel to approve as to form. Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must possess a JD Degree from an accredited law school in the United States and 4+ years of experience in the legal field required. Corporate litigation experience specifically related to FELA defense and/or workers compensation defense required. Admission to practice law before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania required. Must display a high degree of professionalism and competence. Must be able to handle pennsylvania workers compensation claims from administrative inception through appeals. Excellent writing, verbal communications and interpersonal skills required. Must be organized and self-motivated. End Date: 5/28/2019
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-05-27

Pennsylvania - Director, Investment Advisor Compliance

Radnor PA Director, Investment Advisor Compliance
The candidate will be responsible for the oversight of the Funds' advisers' Rule 206(4)-7 compliance programs to ensure compliance with existing laws and regulations and to assist in responding to audits, examinations and similar regulatory inquiries related to the Funds and its advisers. Will report to the Vice President, CCO of the Funds and Advisers within the company's Enterprise Compliance organization. Responsible for the day-to-day implementation of the compliance programs of the Funds' advisers, including ongoing monitoring of compliance requirements, risk assessment analysis and corporate directives that impact the compliance programs. Provide compliance oversight with respect to mutual fund sub-advisers including both initial and ongoing due diligence. Develop thorough knowledge of sub-advisers' compliance framework and practices, assess and report on sub-advisers' compliance with applicable policies and procedures pertaining to management of the Hartford mutual funds. Exercise ongoing due diligence oversight of sub-advisers with respect to a broad range of compliance issues, including trading practices and commissions. Assist the Funds and Advisers CCO in preparing quarterly reporting to the Mutual Fund Board of Directors and an annual compliance report for the Advisers. Manage the compliance professional responsible for the monitoring of portfolio compliance for applicable portfolios using the Charles River compliance system and the administration of the mutual fund and advisers' code of ethics. Provide assistance in the execution of these duties as necessary. Assist in the preparation and review of various regulatory filings including Forms 13F, 13G and N-PX, and provide information and responses in connection with the mutual fund annual advisory contract 15(c) renewal. Responsible for the maintenance and filing of the Advisers' Forms ADV, both annually and in connection with material changes. Review and comment on shareholder reports (primarily MD&As), applicable portions of the prospectuses and SAIs, RFP, RFI and Questionnaire information, Fund holdings disclosure and other disclosures provided from time to time. Participate in and provide input at the Funds' Valuation Committee meetings, review valuation practices, and participate in due diligence reviews of valuation vendors. Provide other support for advisers' and funds' compliance programs, including supporting the Investment Adviser risk assessment process, incorporate, as appropriate, sample or forensic testing in assessments, implementing the Pay-to-Play requirements for HLIA and HIFSCO. Monitor changes to the federal securities laws that could require revisions to the policies and procedures, and to ensure that any required changes are communicated to the applicable business areas and are implemented accordingly.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree. Should preferably have an advanced degree or proven business acumen. J.D. degree, CPA or CFA strongly preferred. Must have 8+ years of compliance experience with expertise managing mutual fund and investment adviser compliance, preferably at a mutual fund company. Should have bBroad knowledge of US securities compliance, regulated business environments and key legal issues especially as they relate to trading, the investment process and the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 as applicable to institutional money managers.
Legal 8 - 10 Full-time 2012-10-06
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Senior Corporate Counsel
Refer job# LIVA144478
 
Senior Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide duties may change from time to time and is expected primarily to involve legal support for a range of corporate and commercial activities. Areas of responsibility will vary with the Companys need. Initially, it is expected that primary responsibilities may include support for corporate activities (e.g., financing), commercial activities (e.g., drafting and negotiating contracts, including for procurement, provider and health plan services), business development activities (e.g., mergers and acquisitions) and counseling clients on a range of business and legal regulatory issues (e.g., anti-corruption, fraud and abuse laws).

The candidate must have a J.D, be duly licensed to practice law, and have 5+ years of relevant experience. Must have strong corporate, commercial or transactional experience. Must have expert drafting, communication and negotiation skills. Must have an understanding of how to support the achievement of business objectives while considering the regulatory landscape. Health care experience is desirable. Must have strong corporate, commercial or transactional experience. Must have an understanding of how to support the achievement of business objectives while considering the regulatory landscape. Must have demonstrated ability to interface effectively with all levels of staff, management and executives.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel, IP
Refer job# BFOI144386
 
Corporate Counsel, IP The candidate will oversee preparation and prosecution of patent applications; assist in the management of the companys IP portfolio; review preliminary patent and literature searches and analyze patent search results relative to products in support of patentability and infringement analyses; and assist in the review of third-party patents. Will oversee, review and draft all aspects of U.S. and foreign patent application preparation and prosecution docket. Advise clients on the various legal risks, business strategies, and other issues related to IP processes and other projects. Advise globally on confidentiality agreements and oversee execution and management process. Review and analyze patent and application search results. Facilitate and track the clearance of all potential new products in development. Develop and implement processes for complying with inventor remuneration requirements, globally. Support leadership in developing IP strategy and execution. Research and advise on IP, commercial and other legal issues, including IP provisions in agreements, as needed. Provide advice with respect to issues and claims that may arise in the course of patent process. Develop training modules, presentations and other material on legal issues of importance to internal stakeholders and provide such information and training upon request. Propose, organize, manage and complete department projects either individually or as a member of a team. Provide legal support to the business in other substantive areas of law as needed. Manage internal and external counsel and patent agents. Perform other duties as may be assigned as appropriate.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's in Electrical, Mechanical or Chemical Engineering and a Juris Doctor degree. Must be a Registered U.S. Patent Attorney. Admitted to one State Bar; and eligible for admission to the Pennsylvania Bar. Should preferably have 8+ years of relevant experience and 5+ years of which were practicing as an attorney in a law firm; experience working as patent examiner. Proficiency with MS Office products, including PowerPoint, Word, Excel and Outlook; experience with MS team tools and IP portfolio management and analysis software, such as Anaqua, is a plus. Excellent oral and written communications are essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# QECX144249
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Reporting to Senior Vice President & General Counsel, the Corporate Counsel position is responsible for a broad range of corporate and commercial legal issues for a publicly - traded manufacturing company, including: contractual matters (review, drafting, and negotiating), regulatory compliance, corporate governance, and consumer & marketing claims. Corporate Counsels prepare, review and negotiate contracts involving distribution, sales, procurement, IT, consulting services, confidentiality, data privacy, licensing and other corporate related matters. Demonstrate experienced judgment in analyzing and negotiating complex concepts, including: limitations of liability; indemnifications; and warranties. Assist in handling various corporate legal matters, including privacy, commercial disputes (pre-litigation management), and corporate governance. Assist the General Counsel to ensure that the Company conducts its business in compliance with applicable SEC laws and regulations and NYSE rules; manage Sarbanes-Oxley and 1934 Act compliance and reports (10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K and proxy statements). Participate in the design and development of corporate policies, procedures, and programs required for a public company and provide counsel and guidance on legal matters, regulatory interpretations, and on legal implications of all matters. Assist in oversight of maintenance of all foreign and domestic subsidiaries. Research, analyze and advise members of senior management regarding laws and regulations. Effectively manage outside counsel to achieve business goals while controlling costs. Participate on cross-functional teams in company initiatives. Participate in due diligence with respect to mergers and acquisitions. Manage real estate transactions, including leases and easements. Assist with initiatives to strengthen the legal department and business operations through systems improvements and the preparation, implementation and refinement of forms, processes, and procedures, including contracts management and records retention.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Admission to the Pennsylvania Bar. 3+ years of relevant experience in medium to large-sized law firm or in-house legal department. Previous experience with commercial transactions and corporate governance exposure. Excellent organizational and teamwork skills. Strong attention to detail. Ability and willingness to work core hours to support the needs of our business and plant locations. Preferred Qualifications: High energy and engagement with a diverse group of business clients on a wide variety of legal issues. Willingness to research and become a subject matter expert in new areas. Strong analytical and negotiating skills. Excellent interpersonal skills. Outstanding legal drafting skills. Experience with/knowledge of executive compensation corporate governance matters a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate Attorney II
Refer job# VTIM144251
 
Corporate Attorney II Duties: Participates in the development of policies in the immediate managers organization, and interprets such policies throughout the department. Develops objectives, policies and procedures for the approval of immediate manager. Interprets and administers programs and procedures in accordance with approved policies. Performs special assignments for immediate manager as requested. Reports performance to immediate manager. Coordinates expense budget spending for the department to maintain performance within budget. Develops a suitable successor and assumes responsibility for training replacements at all levels within the department. Handles all aspects of federal/state administrative claims and lawsuit management of Workers Compensation, FELA and other related claims and lawsuits under the supervision and management of the Director, Workers Compensation. Provides support and guidance related to the matter types detailed above to SEPTA employees and management personnel on behalf of the Office of General Counsel when assigned. Demonstrates a level of expertise and competence to independently handle all Workers Compensation matters brought against SEPTA. Reviews and investigates claims and lawsuits in Workers Compensation, FELA and Insurance areas. Conducts legal research required to complete understanding of material issues. Interviews witnesses. Drafts pleadings, briefs and discovery. Presents argument to State Workers Compensation Judges in support of arguments made on behalf of client. Handles expert witnesses and related issues. Prepares for and conducts or defends fact and expert witness depositions. Prepares for and represents SEPTA at pre-trial court hearings. Prepares cases for trial and participates in trying the case. Represents SEPTA in the defense of Workers Compensation and FELA claims from the outset of those claims through final resolution. Manages outside counsels internal administrative reporting requirements. Manages Legal Files claim data and discovery input on Workers Compensation and FELA matters. Assists Director and/or Special Counsel with the management of outside counsel on Workers Compensation and FELA matters. Engages in direct communications with client to collect, analyze, and interpret all pertinent facts and circumstances related to a matter. Makes recommendations to the Director and/or Special Counsel as to how matters should be handled, explains justification for said recommendations, identifies risks and challenges, as well as benefits and potential for favorable outcomes. Understands internal policies and procedures and assists the Director and/or Special Counsel in preparing, amending or advising clients concerning those policies and procedures. Keeps client department staff informed on the progress of the handling of a matter and any legal issues related thereto. Organizes facts, shapes legal theories, and determines applicable foundational terms pertaining to legal matters and then drafts appropriate documents that accurately, clearly and thoroughly incorporates all of these. Works with client department staff to ensure that all aspects of an undertaking are reflected correctly and fully in the legal document. Works with Special Counsel and/or Deputy General Counsel to finalize the structure, content and style of the legal documents, so that they will meet the standards of General Counsel and is ready for Special Counsel or Deputy General Counsel to approve as to form. Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS: Must possess a JD Degree from an accredited law school in the United States and 4+ years of experience in the legal field required. Corporate litigation experience specifically related to FELA defense and/or workers compensation defense required. Admission to practice law before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania required. Must display a high degree of professionalism and competence. Must be able to handle pennsylvania workers compensation claims from administrative inception through appeals. Excellent writing, verbal communications and interpersonal skills required. Must be organized and self-motivated. End Date: 5/28/2019
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Pennsylvania - Director, Investment Advisor Compliance
Refer job# 6MVT24097
 
Director, Investment Advisor Compliance
The candidate will be responsible for the oversight of the Funds' advisers' Rule 206(4)-7 compliance programs to ensure compliance with existing laws and regulations and to assist in responding to audits, examinations and similar regulatory inquiries related to the Funds and its advisers. Will report to the Vice President, CCO of the Funds and Advisers within the company's Enterprise Compliance organization. Responsible for the day-to-day implementation of the compliance programs of the Funds' advisers, including ongoing monitoring of compliance requirements, risk assessment analysis and corporate directives that impact the compliance programs. Provide compliance oversight with respect to mutual fund sub-advisers including both initial and ongoing due diligence. Develop thorough knowledge of sub-advisers' compliance framework and practices, assess and report on sub-advisers' compliance with applicable policies and procedures pertaining to management of the Hartford mutual funds. Exercise ongoing due diligence oversight of sub-advisers with respect to a broad range of compliance issues, including trading practices and commissions. Assist the Funds and Advisers CCO in preparing quarterly reporting to the Mutual Fund Board of Directors and an annual compliance report for the Advisers. Manage the compliance professional responsible for the monitoring of portfolio compliance for applicable portfolios using the Charles River compliance system and the administration of the mutual fund and advisers' code of ethics. Provide assistance in the execution of these duties as necessary. Assist in the preparation and review of various regulatory filings including Forms 13F, 13G and N-PX, and provide information and responses in connection with the mutual fund annual advisory contract 15(c) renewal. Responsible for the maintenance and filing of the Advisers' Forms ADV, both annually and in connection with material changes. Review and comment on shareholder reports (primarily MD&As), applicable portions of the prospectuses and SAIs, RFP, RFI and Questionnaire information, Fund holdings disclosure and other disclosures provided from time to time. Participate in and provide input at the Funds' Valuation Committee meetings, review valuation practices, and participate in due diligence reviews of valuation vendors. Provide other support for advisers' and funds' compliance programs, including supporting the Investment Adviser risk assessment process, incorporate, as appropriate, sample or forensic testing in assessments, implementing the Pay-to-Play requirements for HLIA and HIFSCO. Monitor changes to the federal securities laws that could require revisions to the policies and procedures, and to ensure that any required changes are communicated to the applicable business areas and are implemented accordingly.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree. Should preferably have an advanced degree or proven business acumen. J.D. degree, CPA or CFA strongly preferred. Must have 8+ years of compliance experience with expertise managing mutual fund and investment adviser compliance, preferably at a mutual fund company. Should have bBroad knowledge of US securities compliance, regulated business environments and key legal issues especially as they relate to trading, the investment process and the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 as applicable to institutional money managers.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

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