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Corporate Counsel - Labor & Employment

Katy TX Corporate Counsel - Labor & Employment Responsibilities: Provide advice and counsel to HR and other business partners on hires, terminations, performance management, compensation, investigations, accommodations, reorganizations, and other employment-related matters. Responsible for the management, coaching, and development of paralegal Team Members. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Legal Department with respect to advice and counsel provided to HR and other cross-functional partners. Coordinate and drive completion of employment-related projects, including internal process reviews, new policy roll-outs and implementation, and training programs. Manage the drafting and revision of policies, procedures and other employment-related documents and agreements. Develop creative approaches to managing legal risks and resolving disputes. Participate in creation and delivery of trainings related to employment law matters, such as harassment training and other manager trainings on a variety of topics. Manage and drive strategy on pre-litigation and litigation matters. Required to learn company policies and procedures. Required to learn company safety rules. Duties may change; Team Members may be required to perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited school. Admission to State Bar in at least one State. 10+ years of experience in labor and employment law. Experience managing administrative agency matters such as claims filed with the EEOC, DOJ, DOL, and OSHA. Experience with state and federal employment law and advising and counseling clients on state and federal employment laws. Significant experience providing advice and counsel related to the employer-employee relationship, including compliance with federal, state and local laws concerning discrimination, harassment, wrongful discharge, workplace accommodations, unfair labor practices, wage and hour matters, compensation, recruiting, restrictive covenants workers compensation and other related torts. Some experience providing advice and counsel regarding ERISA and benefits, union avoidance, picketing, boycotts and injunctions, retaliation, ERISA and employee benefits, HIPAA compliance, immigration, and OSHA. Employment litigation experience and experience coordinating and driving projects to completion (including litigations). Prior managerial experience preferred. High level of professionalism, good judgment, and initiative. Ability to analyze complex contracts and transactions and propose creative and practical solutions, even in ambiguous situations. Ability to work well under pressure while consistently meeting time sensitive deadlines. Ability to remain organized, pay attention to detail, and meet critical deadlines. Excellent customer service skills. Ability to work well independently, as well as effectively contribute to a team environment. Analytical with strong problem-solving abilities and creative resolution skills. Ability to manage a team, both internally and externally. Strong supervisory, coaching, and training skills. Strong leadership ability and conflict resolution skills. Strategic planning skills. Maintain the highest level of confidentiality. Strong interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills to interface effectively with individuals at various levels. Acceptable level of hearing and vision to perform job duties.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-07

Assistant General Counsel - Corporate

Irving TX Assistant General Counsel - Corporate The candidate will be responsible for: Lead acquisition and joint venture transactions and project development initiatives, including deal structuring, drafting, negotiation and due diligence. Work across the Company's business departments (including corporate development and finance) to provide legal counsel and guidance, including with respect to compliance and risk assessment and mitigation. Provide legal support in connection with financings, construction, O&M and services and other vendor agreements. Assist in the Company's contract and regulatory compliance and document management and control efforts. Must have excellent academic credentials. Should have 4+ years of experience at a law firm, as in-house counsel or a combination of both. Must have experience in a variety of corporate transactions (including M&A and joint ventures), with substantial involvement in structuring and managing transactions and reviewing, drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts. Should have experience aligning the interests of multiple stakeholders in complex projects. Must have experience managing outside counsel, including with respect to budget compliance. Should have experience interacting with senior executives. Electric utility industry experience preferred. Exposure to public power entities and electric cooperatives desired. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-03

Corporate Counsel

Mansfield TX Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Negotiating, writing, and executing agreements and contracts on behalf of the company. Offering counsel on a variety of legal issue and corporate governance. Oversee, negotiate M&A transactions. Advising on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with different deals. Researching and anticipating unique legal issues that could impact the company. Providing training to the company on legal topics. Formulate and specify internal governance policies and regularly monitor compliance. Participate in communication and negotiation with external parties on behalf of the Company to ensure the Company's best interest are being served. Draft and review agreements, contracts, and other legal documents to ensure the Company's full legal rights and prevent disputes and loopholes. Supervise pending employment-related administrative claims or litigation concerning the organization. Prepare and review employment/labor-related policies and procedures. Analyzes complex legal issues and conducts legal research. Participates in investigations and reports out on findings. Provide leadership and direction to ensure visibility and strong partnerships with the business. Any other legal matters that may arise in business.

Requirements: Must have a law degree from an accredited university. Member of Texas state bar in good standing. 5 years business or law experience. Experience in a law firm or in- house corporate attorney a plus. Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization. Strong negotiating skills with both legal and financial/commercial issues.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-01

Corporate Counsel

Tyler TX Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of legal documents (e.g., various types of contracts, purchase agreements, service agreements, indemnity agreements, license agreements, leases, confidentiality agreements, amendments, and other commercial legal documents). Analyze and assist in the resolution of contractual and commercial disputes. Assist Corporate Counsel with legal projects and research as required. Conduct research and interpretation of legal and regulatory requirements as well as industry practices, providing appropriate recommendations for decision-makers. Assist with management of litigation and outside counsel including serving as internal liaison for discovery, subpoenas, claims analysis, and other litigation support. Support business development efforts by performing appropriate due diligence on new opportunities, drafting and reviewing transaction documents, and assisting in negotiations. Prepare and organize general corporate documentation and governance. Monitor the changing legal issues and legal environment affecting the company to assure that the company complies with applicable regulations and law at the federal, state, and local levels.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA accredited school of law. 4+ years of legal experience with a law firm and/or in-house. Must be licensed to practice law in the state of Texas and in good standing. Prior and extensive contract review experience preferred. Litigation experience preferred. Commercial Real Estate and merger/acquisition experienced preferred. Ability to work independently and efficiently under time pressures and deadlines in a fast-paced environment with special attention to details while balancing multiple priorities. Ability to balance legal expertise and business judgment. Exceptional verbal, written, and listening communication skills including ability to confidently and effectively facilitate and present information in a corporate setting. Excellent critical thinking skills and ability to analyze and understand complex situations. Excellent legal drafting and negotiation skills. High level of integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality regarding sensitive information. Strong interpersonal skills including ability to develop and foster relationships with business colleagues and interact with people in a friendly, professional manner. Ability to occasionally travel to off-site and out-of-town locations with possible overnight stays. Intermediate or greater knowledge of Microsoft Office applications including Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint. Daily on-site office work is required.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-27

Corporate Counsel, Latam Transactions

Austin TX Corporate Counsel, LATAM Transactions The candidate will have primary responsibility for negotiating a wide variety of the company's commercial transactions, including client service agreements, supplier and vendor agreements, license agreements, non-disclosure agreements, marketing agreements, and other similar contracts. Focus primarily on LATAM transactions, primarily in Mexico and Brazil, but including other LATAM countries as needs arise. The role will have opportunities to work more broadly on a global scale outside of LATAM as needs and bandwidth allow. Will ensure that the company's commercial transactions receive appropriate Legal review, have non-standard requirements approved by other internal stakeholders as necessary, are compliant with company's policies and risk tolerances, and are negotiated consistent with the best practices of in-house commercial transactions counsel. Will also will be responsible for other legal services and advice as needed based on diverse and evolving needs. Will report formally to the Director & Managing Counsel, Transactions and functionally day-to-day to the Director & Managing Counsel, LATAM (the LATAM theater leader). Draft, review, negotiate and close a wide variety of commercial contracts with the company's clients, suppliers, strategic partners and vendors in Spanish, Portuguese and English. Work closely with business partners in Sales, Marketing, IT, Service Delivery and other organizations within company to successfully close transactions in a manner consistent with company's policies and best interests. Use business acumen and contractual expertise to guide business sponsors on important considerations and decisions relating to the business and legal requirements of the contract. Contribute to ongoing process improvement. Provide other legal services and advice to the company as needed.

The candidate should be Graduate of an accredited law school; JD or LLM from an accredited U.S. law school a plus. Must have current license to practice law in Mexico required; additional license to practice in Brazil is a plus. Should have 4 years (ideally 4 - 7 years) of relevant experience as a commercial transactions attorney in private practice, in-house, or preferably a mix of both. Strong trilingual fluency in English, Spanish and Portuguese, both written and verbal, required; fluency in any additional languages is a plus (to supplement language skills across our existing team). Must have experience and demonstrated competence in complex commercial contracting and transactions practice management, including managing heavy volume and triaging competing priorities. Ability and willingness to travel to prospect meetings throughout Mexico required; other occasional domestic and international travel required. Experience supporting a Sales team strongly preferred. Experience contracting with public sector agencies and through framework procurement models preferred. Familiarity with tech or IP industry preferred. Must have ability to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the position, as described above and as modified from time to time based on diverse and evolving needs. Should have exceptional written and verbal communications skills. Should have excellent judgment and sound decision-making. Experience supporting an internal sales organization strongly preferred. Experience working for a US tech company preferred. Experience handling intellectual property and professional technology issues preferred. Experience working remotely from a home office a plus.
Legal 4 - 7 Full-time 2020-06-27

Corporate Counsel

Dallas TX Corporate Counsel The candidate will oversee overall trade & regulatory compliance. Execute day-to-day operational tasks to manage company's trade compliance requirements, such as import and export documentation review, export license management, country of origin analysis/determination. Actively participate and support internal process improvements with respect to compliance programs. Collaborate with subject matter experts to review, enhance and execute the trade guidelines for the business. Support investigations/due diligence activities and help implement corrective action as required. Design and implement trade compliance policies and training. Bachelor's degree in Business, Law or a related field, or with equivalent experience are required. Working knowledge of import and export regulations, preferably in the high-tech industry are required, Ability to identify compliance-related risk and make recommendations for mitigating risk are required. Experience working with trade compliance tools and processes are required. Able to quickly learn and support compliance operation tasks and other areas of the business are required. Able to organize and set priorities, multi-task and make continuous improvement on processes are required. Strong communication and interpersonal skills are required. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-15

Senior Corporate Counsel, Employment - Americas Lead

Dallas TX Senior Corporate Counsel, Employment - Americas Lead Responsibilities: Serve as the lead employment lawyer for Company's Americas region (United States, Canada, and Latin America); Lead and/or participate in special projects with cross-functional teams, including those focused on improving and enhancing employment-related policies, practices, and processes to execute priorities and ensure compliance; Help provide practical and business-oriented legal advice to the global human resources team and the business regarding all aspects of the employer/employee relationship including, hiring, performance management, discrimination, harassment, wage and hour, restrictive covenants, leaves and accommodations, compensation and benefits, reductions-in-force, contractor issues, and diversity and inclusion; Provide employment law support in connection with mergers & acquisitions including due diligence and post-close integration; Provide support with regard to interpretation and enforcement of sales commission plans; Respond to attorney demand letters and agency matters, including government-initiated inquiries and audits; Manage and partner with outside counsel in employment litigation matters; negotiate separation agreements; Collaborate with the Human Resources Team to generate and implement trainings on HR and employment law topics; and Participate in global projects and initiatives, as needed.

Qualifications: Should have a JD from an accredited U.S. law school and are a member in good standing of a U.S. State bar (preference for California); 12+ years specializing in U.S. employment law, with in-house experience at a multinational corporation strongly preferred; Strong knowledge of California Employment Law is required; Should have a demonstrated and proven ability to work well with Human Resources and business leaders, leveraging strong analytical and conceptual skills to be effective at building a consensus among leaders; enjoy collaborating with colleagues to achieve a shared goal; are a creative and strategic thinker who possesses excellent business sense and judgment; are committed to driving diversity and inclusion through the advice you provide; are a practical and enthusiastic problem-solver who is confident, mature, flexible, and calm under fire and can work independently in a dynamic, fast-changing environment; able to connect the dots to provide advice that considers the context and unintended consequences as well as the specific legal issue at hand; a passion for employment law and keep up to date on developments; People management experience is preferred. Some international employment law experience. Some immigration and mobility experience.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-12

Texas - Corporate Attorney

Dallas TX Corporate Attorney
The candidate will be responsible for supporting various areas within the company on matters involving corporate law. Will report to the Senior Vice President, General Counsel - Corporate Finance and Securities. Negotiate, draft documents and advise management in connection with mergers, acquisitions and/or divestitures. Assist with corporate governance, securities compliance and regulatory matters, as well as with the corporate secretary function. Manage legal work related to the company's various equity investment activities, including private equity/venture fund investments, warrant and partnership investments and tax-advantaged/community development investments. Support the company's asset management group, including the company's investment adviser subsidiaries. Follow proposed and new legislation to assess potential impact to areas that the attorney supports and apprise management of such legislation. Conduct research, prepare contracts and provide legal advice on general corporate law issues. Advise senior management on various legal issues.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Should be admitted to State Bar of Texas or eligible for admission without examination. Bachelor's degree from an accredited university is required. Must have 4 years of experience practicing corporate and mergers and acquisitions law with 2 years of experience practicing securities law.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2013-03-11

Texas - Vice President, Corporate Counsel

Houston TX Corporate Counsel I
The candidate will review and draft consumer and business loan product agreements. Review and revise vendor contracts to meet business line needs. Provide legal and regulatory compliance review of proposed products and assist with product design and delivery process. Review marketing materials for compliance with consumer regulations and business line standards. Provide legal review and resolution of customer complaints, defaults, and document remediation issues. Monitor changes in state laws and federal regulations impacting consumer financial products.

The candidate should be a licensed US attorney in good standing with TX State Bar Association. Must have 3+ years of relevant experience, preferably in a law firm environment, although relevant in-house financial services corporate legal practice also will be considered to be eligible experience. Knowledge of state and federal consumer finance regulations including TILA/Reg Z, Reg B, Reg E, FCRA, RESPA, HMDA privacy and usury laws required. Should have familiarity with bank products and operations in the areas of: Credit cards, debit cards, consumer secured and unsecured loans, home equity loans, student loans, small business loans.
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Senior Corporate Counsel Operations
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Corporate Counsel - Labor & Employment
Refer job# GPOU150415
 
Corporate Counsel - Labor & Employment Responsibilities: Provide advice and counsel to HR and other business partners on hires, terminations, performance management, compensation, investigations, accommodations, reorganizations, and other employment-related matters. Responsible for the management, coaching, and development of paralegal Team Members. Collaborate with other attorneys in the Legal Department with respect to advice and counsel provided to HR and other cross-functional partners. Coordinate and drive completion of employment-related projects, including internal process reviews, new policy roll-outs and implementation, and training programs. Manage the drafting and revision of policies, procedures and other employment-related documents and agreements. Develop creative approaches to managing legal risks and resolving disputes. Participate in creation and delivery of trainings related to employment law matters, such as harassment training and other manager trainings on a variety of topics. Manage and drive strategy on pre-litigation and litigation matters. Required to learn company policies and procedures. Required to learn company safety rules. Duties may change; Team Members may be required to perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited school. Admission to State Bar in at least one State. 10+ years of experience in labor and employment law. Experience managing administrative agency matters such as claims filed with the EEOC, DOJ, DOL, and OSHA. Experience with state and federal employment law and advising and counseling clients on state and federal employment laws. Significant experience providing advice and counsel related to the employer-employee relationship, including compliance with federal, state and local laws concerning discrimination, harassment, wrongful discharge, workplace accommodations, unfair labor practices, wage and hour matters, compensation, recruiting, restrictive covenants workers compensation and other related torts. Some experience providing advice and counsel regarding ERISA and benefits, union avoidance, picketing, boycotts and injunctions, retaliation, ERISA and employee benefits, HIPAA compliance, immigration, and OSHA. Employment litigation experience and experience coordinating and driving projects to completion (including litigations). Prior managerial experience preferred. High level of professionalism, good judgment, and initiative. Ability to analyze complex contracts and transactions and propose creative and practical solutions, even in ambiguous situations. Ability to work well under pressure while consistently meeting time sensitive deadlines. Ability to remain organized, pay attention to detail, and meet critical deadlines. Excellent customer service skills. Ability to work well independently, as well as effectively contribute to a team environment. Analytical with strong problem-solving abilities and creative resolution skills. Ability to manage a team, both internally and externally. Strong supervisory, coaching, and training skills. Strong leadership ability and conflict resolution skills. Strategic planning skills. Maintain the highest level of confidentiality. Strong interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills to interface effectively with individuals at various levels. Acceptable level of hearing and vision to perform job duties.
 
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Assistant General Counsel - Corporate
Refer job# YUNJ150383
 
Assistant General Counsel - Corporate The candidate will be responsible for: Lead acquisition and joint venture transactions and project development initiatives, including deal structuring, drafting, negotiation and due diligence. Work across the Company's business departments (including corporate development and finance) to provide legal counsel and guidance, including with respect to compliance and risk assessment and mitigation. Provide legal support in connection with financings, construction, O&M and services and other vendor agreements. Assist in the Company's contract and regulatory compliance and document management and control efforts. Must have excellent academic credentials. Should have 4+ years of experience at a law firm, as in-house counsel or a combination of both. Must have experience in a variety of corporate transactions (including M&A and joint ventures), with substantial involvement in structuring and managing transactions and reviewing, drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts. Should have experience aligning the interests of multiple stakeholders in complex projects. Must have experience managing outside counsel, including with respect to budget compliance. Should have experience interacting with senior executives. Electric utility industry experience preferred. Exposure to public power entities and electric cooperatives desired.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# TBFK150367
 
Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Negotiating, writing, and executing agreements and contracts on behalf of the company. Offering counsel on a variety of legal issue and corporate governance. Oversee, negotiate M&A transactions. Advising on contract status, legal risks, and the legal liabilities associated with different deals. Researching and anticipating unique legal issues that could impact the company. Providing training to the company on legal topics. Formulate and specify internal governance policies and regularly monitor compliance. Participate in communication and negotiation with external parties on behalf of the Company to ensure the Company's best interest are being served. Draft and review agreements, contracts, and other legal documents to ensure the Company's full legal rights and prevent disputes and loopholes. Supervise pending employment-related administrative claims or litigation concerning the organization. Prepare and review employment/labor-related policies and procedures. Analyzes complex legal issues and conducts legal research. Participates in investigations and reports out on findings. Provide leadership and direction to ensure visibility and strong partnerships with the business. Any other legal matters that may arise in business.

Requirements: Must have a law degree from an accredited university. Member of Texas state bar in good standing. 5 years business or law experience. Experience in a law firm or in- house corporate attorney a plus. Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization. Strong negotiating skills with both legal and financial/commercial issues.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# CUCG150316
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Draft, review, and negotiate a wide range of legal documents (e.g., various types of contracts, purchase agreements, service agreements, indemnity agreements, license agreements, leases, confidentiality agreements, amendments, and other commercial legal documents). Analyze and assist in the resolution of contractual and commercial disputes. Assist Corporate Counsel with legal projects and research as required. Conduct research and interpretation of legal and regulatory requirements as well as industry practices, providing appropriate recommendations for decision-makers. Assist with management of litigation and outside counsel including serving as internal liaison for discovery, subpoenas, claims analysis, and other litigation support. Support business development efforts by performing appropriate due diligence on new opportunities, drafting and reviewing transaction documents, and assisting in negotiations. Prepare and organize general corporate documentation and governance. Monitor the changing legal issues and legal environment affecting the company to assure that the company complies with applicable regulations and law at the federal, state, and local levels.

Qualifications: JD degree from an ABA accredited school of law. 4+ years of legal experience with a law firm and/or in-house. Must be licensed to practice law in the state of Texas and in good standing. Prior and extensive contract review experience preferred. Litigation experience preferred. Commercial Real Estate and merger/acquisition experienced preferred. Ability to work independently and efficiently under time pressures and deadlines in a fast-paced environment with special attention to details while balancing multiple priorities. Ability to balance legal expertise and business judgment. Exceptional verbal, written, and listening communication skills including ability to confidently and effectively facilitate and present information in a corporate setting. Excellent critical thinking skills and ability to analyze and understand complex situations. Excellent legal drafting and negotiation skills. High level of integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality regarding sensitive information. Strong interpersonal skills including ability to develop and foster relationships with business colleagues and interact with people in a friendly, professional manner. Ability to occasionally travel to off-site and out-of-town locations with possible overnight stays. Intermediate or greater knowledge of Microsoft Office applications including Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint. Daily on-site office work is required.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Latam Transactions
Refer job# WVNH150318
 
Corporate Counsel, LATAM Transactions The candidate will have primary responsibility for negotiating a wide variety of the company's commercial transactions, including client service agreements, supplier and vendor agreements, license agreements, non-disclosure agreements, marketing agreements, and other similar contracts. Focus primarily on LATAM transactions, primarily in Mexico and Brazil, but including other LATAM countries as needs arise. The role will have opportunities to work more broadly on a global scale outside of LATAM as needs and bandwidth allow. Will ensure that the company's commercial transactions receive appropriate Legal review, have non-standard requirements approved by other internal stakeholders as necessary, are compliant with company's policies and risk tolerances, and are negotiated consistent with the best practices of in-house commercial transactions counsel. Will also will be responsible for other legal services and advice as needed based on diverse and evolving needs. Will report formally to the Director & Managing Counsel, Transactions and functionally day-to-day to the Director & Managing Counsel, LATAM (the LATAM theater leader). Draft, review, negotiate and close a wide variety of commercial contracts with the company's clients, suppliers, strategic partners and vendors in Spanish, Portuguese and English. Work closely with business partners in Sales, Marketing, IT, Service Delivery and other organizations within company to successfully close transactions in a manner consistent with company's policies and best interests. Use business acumen and contractual expertise to guide business sponsors on important considerations and decisions relating to the business and legal requirements of the contract. Contribute to ongoing process improvement. Provide other legal services and advice to the company as needed.

The candidate should be Graduate of an accredited law school; JD or LLM from an accredited U.S. law school a plus. Must have current license to practice law in Mexico required; additional license to practice in Brazil is a plus. Should have 4 years (ideally 4 - 7 years) of relevant experience as a commercial transactions attorney in private practice, in-house, or preferably a mix of both. Strong trilingual fluency in English, Spanish and Portuguese, both written and verbal, required; fluency in any additional languages is a plus (to supplement language skills across our existing team). Must have experience and demonstrated competence in complex commercial contracting and transactions practice management, including managing heavy volume and triaging competing priorities. Ability and willingness to travel to prospect meetings throughout Mexico required; other occasional domestic and international travel required. Experience supporting a Sales team strongly preferred. Experience contracting with public sector agencies and through framework procurement models preferred. Familiarity with tech or IP industry preferred. Must have ability to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the position, as described above and as modified from time to time based on diverse and evolving needs. Should have exceptional written and verbal communications skills. Should have excellent judgment and sound decision-making. Experience supporting an internal sales organization strongly preferred. Experience working for a US tech company preferred. Experience handling intellectual property and professional technology issues preferred. Experience working remotely from a home office a plus.
 
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Corporate Counsel
Refer job# NLGP150142
 
Corporate Counsel The candidate will oversee overall trade & regulatory compliance. Execute day-to-day operational tasks to manage company's trade compliance requirements, such as import and export documentation review, export license management, country of origin analysis/determination. Actively participate and support internal process improvements with respect to compliance programs. Collaborate with subject matter experts to review, enhance and execute the trade guidelines for the business. Support investigations/due diligence activities and help implement corrective action as required. Design and implement trade compliance policies and training. Bachelor's degree in Business, Law or a related field, or with equivalent experience are required. Working knowledge of import and export regulations, preferably in the high-tech industry are required, Ability to identify compliance-related risk and make recommendations for mitigating risk are required. Experience working with trade compliance tools and processes are required. Able to quickly learn and support compliance operation tasks and other areas of the business are required. Able to organize and set priorities, multi-task and make continuous improvement on processes are required. Strong communication and interpersonal skills are required.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Employment - Americas Lead
Refer job# USRF150118
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Employment - Americas Lead Responsibilities: Serve as the lead employment lawyer for Company's Americas region (United States, Canada, and Latin America); Lead and/or participate in special projects with cross-functional teams, including those focused on improving and enhancing employment-related policies, practices, and processes to execute priorities and ensure compliance; Help provide practical and business-oriented legal advice to the global human resources team and the business regarding all aspects of the employer/employee relationship including, hiring, performance management, discrimination, harassment, wage and hour, restrictive covenants, leaves and accommodations, compensation and benefits, reductions-in-force, contractor issues, and diversity and inclusion; Provide employment law support in connection with mergers & acquisitions including due diligence and post-close integration; Provide support with regard to interpretation and enforcement of sales commission plans; Respond to attorney demand letters and agency matters, including government-initiated inquiries and audits; Manage and partner with outside counsel in employment litigation matters; negotiate separation agreements; Collaborate with the Human Resources Team to generate and implement trainings on HR and employment law topics; and Participate in global projects and initiatives, as needed.

Qualifications: Should have a JD from an accredited U.S. law school and are a member in good standing of a U.S. State bar (preference for California); 12+ years specializing in U.S. employment law, with in-house experience at a multinational corporation strongly preferred; Strong knowledge of California Employment Law is required; Should have a demonstrated and proven ability to work well with Human Resources and business leaders, leveraging strong analytical and conceptual skills to be effective at building a consensus among leaders; enjoy collaborating with colleagues to achieve a shared goal; are a creative and strategic thinker who possesses excellent business sense and judgment; are committed to driving diversity and inclusion through the advice you provide; are a practical and enthusiastic problem-solver who is confident, mature, flexible, and calm under fire and can work independently in a dynamic, fast-changing environment; able to connect the dots to provide advice that considers the context and unintended consequences as well as the specific legal issue at hand; a passion for employment law and keep up to date on developments; People management experience is preferred. Some international employment law experience. Some immigration and mobility experience.
 
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Texas - Corporate Attorney
Refer job# ZHGY25834
 
Corporate Attorney
The candidate will be responsible for supporting various areas within the company on matters involving corporate law. Will report to the Senior Vice President, General Counsel - Corporate Finance and Securities. Negotiate, draft documents and advise management in connection with mergers, acquisitions and/or divestitures. Assist with corporate governance, securities compliance and regulatory matters, as well as with the corporate secretary function. Manage legal work related to the company's various equity investment activities, including private equity/venture fund investments, warrant and partnership investments and tax-advantaged/community development investments. Support the company's asset management group, including the company's investment adviser subsidiaries. Follow proposed and new legislation to assess potential impact to areas that the attorney supports and apprise management of such legislation. Conduct research, prepare contracts and provide legal advice on general corporate law issues. Advise senior management on various legal issues.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school. Should be admitted to State Bar of Texas or eligible for admission without examination. Bachelor's degree from an accredited university is required. Must have 4 years of experience practicing corporate and mergers and acquisitions law with 2 years of experience practicing securities law.
 
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Texas - Vice President, Corporate Counsel
Refer job# VWUS22430
 
Corporate Counsel I
The candidate will review and draft consumer and business loan product agreements. Review and revise vendor contracts to meet business line needs. Provide legal and regulatory compliance review of proposed products and assist with product design and delivery process. Review marketing materials for compliance with consumer regulations and business line standards. Provide legal review and resolution of customer complaints, defaults, and document remediation issues. Monitor changes in state laws and federal regulations impacting consumer financial products.

The candidate should be a licensed US attorney in good standing with TX State Bar Association. Must have 3+ years of relevant experience, preferably in a law firm environment, although relevant in-house financial services corporate legal practice also will be considered to be eligible experience. Knowledge of state and federal consumer finance regulations including TILA/Reg Z, Reg B, Reg E, FCRA, RESPA, HMDA privacy and usury laws required. Should have familiarity with bank products and operations in the areas of: Credit cards, debit cards, consumer secured and unsecured loans, home equity loans, student loans, small business loans.
 
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