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Vice President, Corporate General & Deputy Global General Counsel

Center Valley PA Vice President, Corporate General & Deputy Global General Counsel Duties: Provide counsel on a broad range of topics and lead the Company in matters involving complex legal issues. Identify the need for, and participate in the definition and development of policies, procedures and programs which address areas of risk and ensure compliance with the law. Ensure the delivery of quality, timely and cost-efficient legal services. Develop and implement protocols, infrastructure and systems to manage legal matters as appropriate for a U.S.-based corporation, which operates internationally. Engage and oversee the work of outside counsel. Provide legal advice in areas of significant organization-wide impact, including the formulation of strategic plans. Serve as principal legal advisor for the OCA Board of Directors and senior management, providing legal advice on a broad range of topics, including real estate, corporate/commercial, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, banking, tax, insurance, financial services, employment, immigration, information technology, trade compliance, litigation, regulatory, compliance, ethics, and corporate governance. Remain current with developments in the law; understand medical, scientific, and consumer products, including issues and defenses involved with cases or matters. Identify risks, educate senior management on risks and mitigate risks through implementation of appropriate measures such as the careful review, negotiation, drafting and administration of agreements and other legal documents. Serve as Secretary to the OCA Board of Directors with responsibility for planning the agenda for Board meetings, ensuring that proper corporate governance is followed at Board Meetings, preparing minutes of Board Meetings, maintaining corporate books and records for OCA and certain subsidiaries, and overseeing corporate governance issues. Provide direct support to the committees of the Board of Directors as assigned. Perform all other duties as assigned.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Active license to practice law; eligible for a Pennsylvania Limited In-house License. 15+ years of practice in a law firm or in-house law department. Fluent in English and Japanese language, and knowledgeable of Japanese culture. Excellent written and verbal communication and maintaining a positive professional image required. Demonstrated leadership skills and success in managing a team of lawyers and paraprofessional staff. Willingness to undertake approximately 20% of international and domestic travel. PREFERRED: International experience preferred. Experience partnering with senior management to understand their needs and to develop strategy for meeting needs. Experience with health care compliance and risk assessment. Proficient use of Microsoft Office and Lotus Notes. Exceptionally organized and prepared to work under pressure gracefully in a fast-paced, expanding and dynamic corporate environment. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-08

Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions

Philadelphia PA Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Will work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Should have 5-10 years of legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2019-12-08

Corporate - M&A Attorney / Corporate - Securities and Capital Markets Attorney / Labor & Employment

Pittsburgh PA Counsel The candidate will manage a broad range of legal matters with a focus on litigation and dispute resolution involving customers, suppliers, employees, and other third parties. Will collaborate with business leaders and cross-functional teams to effectively mitigate commercial risks, support corporate strategies and business objectives, and effectively advise and train business personnel concerning day-to-day commercial, contractual, compliance and other corporate matters. Handle and lead a variety of legal matters, including complex legal matters, and projects. Lead project teams and cross-functional groups. Supervise and provide direction to other team members. Provide practical and actionable advice to management on legal matters, developments and changes in laws and regulations, develops policies and ensures compliance in those areas. Negotiate, draft, and review legal documents and agreements to accomplish business objectives.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with excellent academic credentials. Must be a PA licensed attorney with a diverse legal background and 6+ years (8+ years preferred) of experience handling a variety of complex commercial and dispute-related matters. Should have significant experience in a law firm, preferably a national or major regional firm, or in-house department, preferably for a large corporation. Must have subject matter expertise in one ore more practice areas, including business litigation, commercial law and sales, mergers and acquisitions, employment law, securities and financing, etc. Complex legal document drafting, review, and negotiations skills are required.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-01

Legal And Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel

Pittsburgh PA Legal and Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel The candidate will be responsible to prepare board resolutions, presentations and other board materials relating to company transactions, annual meetings, share plan operations and related matters; and otherwise support the board and committee meeting material preparation and distribution process. Aid in the preparation of the company's filings with, and other matters concerning, the SEC (including filings on Forms 10-Q, 10-K and 8-K, Section 16 filings, no action letters and similar items). Aid in the preparation of the company's annual proxy/information statements, manage directors' & officers' questionnaires and participate in the planning of and preparation for shareholder meetings. Assist with Irish corporate law filings and NYSE compliance matters, including with regard to director independence and related party transactions. Review the company's websites and other communications for compliance with SEC and other regulations. Research current topics within the areas of corporate law, securities and finance; prepare memoranda for internal distribution and education of these developments. Respond to internal inquiries related to SEC compliance and corporate secretarial matters. Provide support for other corporate transactions, as needed. Help to organize and manage the team's internal databases of research and filing information. Develop internal guidelines, toolkits, policies and packaged knowledge on various legal and business issues. Manage both in-house and outside legal resources.

The candidate must have J.D. from an accredited law school. 4+ years of legal experience managing securities compliance and corporate governance matters in a law firm or fast-paced corporate legal department is necessary. Proven ability to efficiently manage and contribute to significant numbers of projects simultaneously is preferred. In-house experience is beneficial. Experience or interest in working with international corporate and regulatory compliance issues, specifically Irish corporate law is an asset.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-28

Legal And Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel

Philadelphia PA Legal and Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel The candidate will be responsible to prepare board resolutions, presentations and other board materials relating to company transactions, annual meetings, share plan operations and related matters; and otherwise support the board and committee meeting material preparation and distribution process. Aid in the preparation of the company's filings with, and other matters concerning, the SEC (including filings on Forms 10-Q, 10-K and 8-K, Section 16 filings, no action letters and similar items). Aid in the preparation of the company's annual proxy/information statements, manage directors' & officers' questionnaires and participate in the planning of and preparation for shareholder meetings. Assist with Irish corporate law filings and NYSE compliance matters, including with regard to director independence and related party transactions. Review the company's websites and other communications for compliance with SEC and other regulations. Research current topics within the areas of corporate law, securities and finance; prepare memoranda for internal distribution and education of these developments. Respond to internal inquiries related to SEC compliance and corporate secretarial matters. Provide support for other corporate transactions, as needed. Help to organize and manage the team's internal databases of research and filing information. Develop internal guidelines, toolkits, policies and packaged knowledge on various legal and business issues. Manage both in-house and outside legal resources.

The candidate must have J.D. from an accredited law school. 4+ years of legal experience managing securities compliance and corporate governance matters in a law firm or fast-paced corporate legal department is necessary. Proven ability to efficiently manage and contribute to significant numbers of projects simultaneously is preferred. In-house experience is beneficial. Experience or interest in working with international corporate and regulatory compliance issues, specifically Irish corporate law is an asset.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-28

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.
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Vice President, Corporate General & Deputy Global General Counsel
Refer job# QNFH147463
 
Vice President, Corporate General & Deputy Global General Counsel Duties: Provide counsel on a broad range of topics and lead the Company in matters involving complex legal issues. Identify the need for, and participate in the definition and development of policies, procedures and programs which address areas of risk and ensure compliance with the law. Ensure the delivery of quality, timely and cost-efficient legal services. Develop and implement protocols, infrastructure and systems to manage legal matters as appropriate for a U.S.-based corporation, which operates internationally. Engage and oversee the work of outside counsel. Provide legal advice in areas of significant organization-wide impact, including the formulation of strategic plans. Serve as principal legal advisor for the OCA Board of Directors and senior management, providing legal advice on a broad range of topics, including real estate, corporate/commercial, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, banking, tax, insurance, financial services, employment, immigration, information technology, trade compliance, litigation, regulatory, compliance, ethics, and corporate governance. Remain current with developments in the law; understand medical, scientific, and consumer products, including issues and defenses involved with cases or matters. Identify risks, educate senior management on risks and mitigate risks through implementation of appropriate measures such as the careful review, negotiation, drafting and administration of agreements and other legal documents. Serve as Secretary to the OCA Board of Directors with responsibility for planning the agenda for Board meetings, ensuring that proper corporate governance is followed at Board Meetings, preparing minutes of Board Meetings, maintaining corporate books and records for OCA and certain subsidiaries, and overseeing corporate governance issues. Provide direct support to the committees of the Board of Directors as assigned. Perform all other duties as assigned.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Active license to practice law; eligible for a Pennsylvania Limited In-house License. 15+ years of practice in a law firm or in-house law department. Fluent in English and Japanese language, and knowledgeable of Japanese culture. Excellent written and verbal communication and maintaining a positive professional image required. Demonstrated leadership skills and success in managing a team of lawyers and paraprofessional staff. Willingness to undertake approximately 20% of international and domestic travel. PREFERRED: International experience preferred. Experience partnering with senior management to understand their needs and to develop strategy for meeting needs. Experience with health care compliance and risk assessment. Proficient use of Microsoft Office and Lotus Notes. Exceptionally organized and prepared to work under pressure gracefully in a fast-paced, expanding and dynamic corporate environment. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions
Refer job# DZQQ147465
 
Senior Corporate Counsel - Health Commercial Transactions The candidate will draft, review, and negotiate a wide variety of healthcare product-related commercial agreements to meet business and legal requirements, including sales, licensing, clinical decision support/technology product development, and business associate agreements, which not infrequently involves innovating the nature and terms of contracting within the healthcare environment. Will work together with relevant stakeholders within and outside the company to ensure regulatory compliance including with respect to HIPAA, data privacy/security, medical devices, and clinical trial support. Develop creative and compliant solutions to resolve business challenges and complex customer needs. Educate and guide business partners with regard to key commercial and regulatory considerations. Provide ongoing counseling and efficient implementation regarding corporate policies, initiatives and/or programs. Cooperate across cross-functional corporate business units and departments to timely achieve optimal results while minimizing risk. Should have 5-10 years of legal experience, with significant experience in healthcare commercial transactions, technology, and regulations. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate - M&A Attorney / Corporate - Securities and Capital Markets Attorney / Labor & Employment
Refer job# GBJN147130
 
Counsel The candidate will manage a broad range of legal matters with a focus on litigation and dispute resolution involving customers, suppliers, employees, and other third parties. Will collaborate with business leaders and cross-functional teams to effectively mitigate commercial risks, support corporate strategies and business objectives, and effectively advise and train business personnel concerning day-to-day commercial, contractual, compliance and other corporate matters. Handle and lead a variety of legal matters, including complex legal matters, and projects. Lead project teams and cross-functional groups. Supervise and provide direction to other team members. Provide practical and actionable advice to management on legal matters, developments and changes in laws and regulations, develops policies and ensures compliance in those areas. Negotiate, draft, and review legal documents and agreements to accomplish business objectives.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with excellent academic credentials. Must be a PA licensed attorney with a diverse legal background and 6+ years (8+ years preferred) of experience handling a variety of complex commercial and dispute-related matters. Should have significant experience in a law firm, preferably a national or major regional firm, or in-house department, preferably for a large corporation. Must have subject matter expertise in one ore more practice areas, including business litigation, commercial law and sales, mergers and acquisitions, employment law, securities and financing, etc. Complex legal document drafting, review, and negotiations skills are required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Legal And Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel
Refer job# SHOK147067
 
Legal and Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel The candidate will be responsible to prepare board resolutions, presentations and other board materials relating to company transactions, annual meetings, share plan operations and related matters; and otherwise support the board and committee meeting material preparation and distribution process. Aid in the preparation of the company's filings with, and other matters concerning, the SEC (including filings on Forms 10-Q, 10-K and 8-K, Section 16 filings, no action letters and similar items). Aid in the preparation of the company's annual proxy/information statements, manage directors' & officers' questionnaires and participate in the planning of and preparation for shareholder meetings. Assist with Irish corporate law filings and NYSE compliance matters, including with regard to director independence and related party transactions. Review the company's websites and other communications for compliance with SEC and other regulations. Research current topics within the areas of corporate law, securities and finance; prepare memoranda for internal distribution and education of these developments. Respond to internal inquiries related to SEC compliance and corporate secretarial matters. Provide support for other corporate transactions, as needed. Help to organize and manage the team's internal databases of research and filing information. Develop internal guidelines, toolkits, policies and packaged knowledge on various legal and business issues. Manage both in-house and outside legal resources.

The candidate must have J.D. from an accredited law school. 4+ years of legal experience managing securities compliance and corporate governance matters in a law firm or fast-paced corporate legal department is necessary. Proven ability to efficiently manage and contribute to significant numbers of projects simultaneously is preferred. In-house experience is beneficial. Experience or interest in working with international corporate and regulatory compliance issues, specifically Irish corporate law is an asset.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal And Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel
Refer job# KHTF147069
 
Legal and Commercial Corporate Matters Counsel The candidate will be responsible to prepare board resolutions, presentations and other board materials relating to company transactions, annual meetings, share plan operations and related matters; and otherwise support the board and committee meeting material preparation and distribution process. Aid in the preparation of the company's filings with, and other matters concerning, the SEC (including filings on Forms 10-Q, 10-K and 8-K, Section 16 filings, no action letters and similar items). Aid in the preparation of the company's annual proxy/information statements, manage directors' & officers' questionnaires and participate in the planning of and preparation for shareholder meetings. Assist with Irish corporate law filings and NYSE compliance matters, including with regard to director independence and related party transactions. Review the company's websites and other communications for compliance with SEC and other regulations. Research current topics within the areas of corporate law, securities and finance; prepare memoranda for internal distribution and education of these developments. Respond to internal inquiries related to SEC compliance and corporate secretarial matters. Provide support for other corporate transactions, as needed. Help to organize and manage the team's internal databases of research and filing information. Develop internal guidelines, toolkits, policies and packaged knowledge on various legal and business issues. Manage both in-house and outside legal resources.

The candidate must have J.D. from an accredited law school. 4+ years of legal experience managing securities compliance and corporate governance matters in a law firm or fast-paced corporate legal department is necessary. Proven ability to efficiently manage and contribute to significant numbers of projects simultaneously is preferred. In-house experience is beneficial. Experience or interest in working with international corporate and regulatory compliance issues, specifically Irish corporate law is an asset.
 
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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