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Counsel / Senior Counsel - General Corporate

McLean VA Counsel / Senior Counsel - General Corporate Duties: Serve as legal counsel providing legal analysis and advice. Reviewing requests for proposals (RFPs), drafting, negotiating, interpreting, enforcing and terminating agreements with third parties providing services and technology to, including outsourcing agreements, cloud-based service agreements, intellectual property licenses, confidentiality agreements and consulting agreements. Advising clients with respect to legal issues arising in the context of these agreements, including compliance, privacy, data security, intellectual property and liability issues. Assisting clients with disputes. Providing timely, practical and sound advice to clients with respect to various general corporate matters as they arise, including information-technology related issues, intellectual property issues, and privacy issues. Developing training for clients and other attorneys.

Qualifications: A JD degree from an accredited U.S. law school and bar membership in any U.S. jurisdiction. 3-7 years of legal experience dealing with sophisticated contracts, preferably at a major law firm or corporate law department. Strong legal analytical and drafting skills. Preferred: Experience with software as a service (SaaS) and other technology-related transactions. Ability to provide sound legal and business counsel, while clearly distinguishing between the two. Ability to work comfortably and routinely as part of a team and to cooperate across organizational boundaries. Ability to organize and prioritize multiple pending matters. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities. Accountability for timeliness and results. Ability to work well with peers and to communicate to ensure consistency of legal advice and negotiating positions. Ability to develop and maintain good relationships with third parties, including customers, regulators, and vendors. Ability to accept feedback with a positive, learning mindset. Outstanding oral presentation and persuasion skills.
Legal 3 - 7 Full-time 2021-01-14

Corporate Counsel

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

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school required. Membership in a State Bar and eligibility for a VA bar license. 5+ years of experience performing legal work for a reputable law firm or company, preferably in litigation or appellate practice. Prior experience as an arbitrator or judicial clerk preferred. International experience is preferred. Strong legal writing skills. Knowledge and experience of regulating the conduct of participants in financial markets.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-09

Associate Corporate Counsel

Herndon VA Associate Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Researching rules and regulations, best practices and alternative approaches. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial agreements. Developing corporate policies, contract templates and other materials. M&A support. Managing clients and Legal department responsibilities. Completing projects to improve legal processes and facilitate collaboration. Quickly understand key business objectives. Rapidly assess potential risks, benefits and consequences of decisions. Summarize key legal and business issues and propose practical alternatives. Draft and negotiate complex commercial customer licensing and vendor agreements. Efficiently manage a large variety of projects. Participate and develop skills and interest in Legal Department management.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a top school and bar membership in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. 1-2 years of relevant in-house or law firm experience. Highly developed written and oral communication skills. Strong organizational skills and ability to prioritize multiple tasks. Positive attitude and interpersonal skills that will foster teamwork and effective working relationships. Familiarity with and interest in technology and software-related concepts. Experience with international legal work, integration of acquired companies. Results-driven; able to work in fast-paced, deadline oriented global environment.
Legal 1 - 2 Full-time 2021-01-02

Senior Counsel, General Corporate & Securities

Tysons Corner VA Senior Counsel, General Corporate & Securities Duties: Collaborate with other company departments in preparing and reviewing SEC filings, including proxy statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, as well as Section 16 filings. Prepare materials for consideration by the Board and its Committees. Advise on Board matters, develop corporate governance policies, and implement legal controls to help ensure sound corporate governance practices. Support corporate transactional matters and other strategic corporate initiatives such as treasury reserve management, matters related to bitcoin and other digital assets, financing transactions, stock repurchases, acquisitions or divestitures, and corporate reorganizations. Advise on investor relations and external communications matters, including reviewing press releases, earnings announcements and scripts, investor presentations and communications, and other key marketing materials. Work with the Finance, Treasury, Tax, and Risk Management teams on banking and investment matters, intercompany agreements, tax planning, internal controls, and enterprise risk management. Manage domestic subsidiary governance function. Advise on establishing foreign operations and other cross-border business planning issues. Assist in litigation as needed. Contributor in a wide range of general corporate, governance, securities law, regulatory, and commercial matters with both domestic and international dimensions. Help the company navigate board activities, securities filings, compensation programs, regulatory issues, and strategic corporate initiatives. Transactional experience that would enjoy applying to new and unfamiliar contexts. Dedicated to getting the issues right, but also nimble in fashioning solutions.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a leading law school followed by 5-8 years of experience with reputable law firm and/or in-house department. Experience with corporate governance matters and publicly traded companies generally, including Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Ability to manage fast-paced workload and add value to multiple projects simultaneously. Self-starter who shows project ownership and enjoys working across departments. Superior communication and interpersonal skills and judgment. Analytical thoroughness, a penchant for project management, and high drafting standards are salient traits of the person for this role.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2020-12-26

Associate Corporate Counsel, Public Sector

McLean VA Associate Corporate Counsel, Public Sector Responsibilities: Draft, analyze, interpret, and negotiate a wide range of agreements with public sector clients. Handle public sector operational matters and provide general legal advice to our public sector team. Guide in assessing risk in the context of our broader strategic imperatives. Develop close working relationships with business stakeholders to facilitate efficient and effective preparation and submission of proposals to various government agencies and/or states. Review solicitations and advise the business on risks and appropriate responses. Handle all questions that may arise throughout the contract procurement cycle. Work directly with business leaders and members of s legal team to identify and address legal risks and issues raised by contracting with various governments and/or agencies. Liaise and interact with various federal, state and local governments on a regular basis to discuss and negotiate various contract provisions and procurement issues. Present arguments to higher-level attorneys and (when and where appropriate) to partners to help shape strategic decisions made by those individuals. Daily collaboration with the public sector sales team to ensure consistent workflow and timely production. Respond to the unexpected in a hyper-growth startup environment.

Qualifications: 2-5 years of attorney experience in public contracting and/or regulatory compliance. Knowledge of federal, state, and local government contracting rules with significant experience at the state and local level. Juris Doctor and licensed and in good standing to practice law; Virginia bar preferred. A thorough understanding of federal contracting and compliance statutes and regulations. Excellent commercial judgment and full familiarity with an attorney s duties regarding confidentiality, privilege and client care. Team player who wants to learn, takes initiative and is willing to wear whatever hat is required. Strong ability to work efficiently and effectively with limited supervision on time sensitive materials. Proficiency working in a Mac environment, and specifically with Google Apps (Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Sheets, etc.), Adobe Echosign, and Microsoft Excel and Word. Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written). Strong preference for individuals with demonstrated experience working on state and local contracts. Working knowledge of U.S. privacy laws and state data regulations is preferred. Prior in-house experience, particularly in the tech industry working on public contracts is preferred.
Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2020-12-25

Director And Senior Corporate Counsel -- Privacy And Data Protection

Reston VA Director and Senior Corporate Counsel Privacy and Data Protection The candidate must have: JD Degree or equivalent degree from accredited law school. 12+ years of experience in a corporate law department and/or law firm. 6+ years of experience in areas of data use and data protection laws (including state and federal consumer protection and privacy laws, GDPR and other global privacy laws). Preferred: CIPP-certification a plus (CIPP/A, CIPP/E or CIPP/US). Demonstrated expertise in the areas of data use, data protection and data privacy laws (including state, federal and global privacy laws). Demonstrated expertise in developing end-to-end data governance and privacy programs. Demonstrated ability to provide practical legal advice and support on data protection and privacy law compliance to various cross-functional teams. Demonstrated ability to manage complex legal issues and provide privacy by design advice in connection with the development of new products and services, particularly in the technology/cloud computing spaces. Demonstrated experience working collaboratively and in keeping senior members of the Law Department apprised of developments and matters in the area of data privacy. Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-23

Manager, Counsel - Corporate Governance

Richmond VA Manager, Counsel - Corporate Governance Duties: Researching current and emerging governance practices, including impacts of new regulations. Advising and minuting the company's senior management committee meetings, assisting in agenda setting for the meetings, and retaining official records on behalf of the committees. Reviewing and providing advice to senior leaders regarding their reports to the Board and its committees. Overseeing the legal entity management and corporate secretarial function for the company's subsidiaries, including formations, dissolutions and ongoing maintenance, director and officer appointments, and annual reports, and other secretary of state filings. Overseeing the production, distribution and retention of materials issued to the Board and its committees. Partnering with other subject matter experts across the organization on projects involving corporate governance. Overseeing third-party management requirements relating to vendors engaged by the team, including the company's registered agent and board portal service provider. Responding to requests for official records in connection with audits, examinations and transactions.

Qualifications: JD Degree and member in good standing of at least one state Bar. 3+ years of law firm or in-house legal department experience (or a combination of the two) with a primary focus on corporate governance and corporate law. Preferred Qualifications: 4+ years of experience in a law firm or as in-house counsel with a financial institution engaged in corporate governance and corporate law. Ability to manage multiple projects, take on new responsibilities and handle novel issues. Excellent analytical, oral and written communication skills with the ability to influence others. Strong organizational skills with impeccable attention to detail. Ability to work cooperatively with internal constituents to manage efficient processes and get issues resolved across organizational boundaries. Ability to prioritize and manage a significant volume of questions on a broad array of topics with multiple and simultaneous deadlines. Ability to rapidly synthesize new information and make timely, well-grounded decisions.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-23

Director & Associate General Counsel corporate Finance

Herndon VA Director & Associate General Counsel Corporate Finance Duties: Advise and provide legal support to the Corporate Finance team by drafting, reviewing and negotiating disclosure and transaction documents and coordinating and managing the transaction process. Advise and provide legal support on loan sale and acquisitions by drafting, reviewing and negotiating sale and servicing agreements. Provide general legal advice and support to Corporate Finance and Asset Management and Servicing teams regarding miscellaneous legal questions. Advise and support internal business teams in drafting, reviewing and negotiating a wide variety of contracts, including information technology, outsourcing, professional services and other vendor contracts, customer contracts (including federal, state and local government contracts) and confidentiality agreements.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited U.S. law school. Membership in good standing in at least one state Bar. 3+ years capital markets, securitization or corporate experience in a law firm or corporate law department. Preferred: Strong communication skills (both written and oral) for numerous types of audiences including both internal and external stakeholders. Excellent attention to detail and ability to manage deal process, with significant organizational, project and program management skills. Ability to collaborate and maintain strong working relationships with clients. Ability to provide consistent, high-quality legal analysis, advice and document drafting. Ability to work under pressure independently, as well as part of a team. Ability to effectively supervise outside attorneys when directed by the CLO or senior attorneys. Adaptability to changing demands. Strong legal/financial/business acumen and ability to work effectively and multitask successfully in fast-paced and complex business environment.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-12-21

Virginia - Federal - US Federal Legal Counsel Manager

Arlington VA Federal - US Federal Legal Counsel Manager
The candidate support, promote and implement initiatives related to compliance, regulatory and ethics areas associated with company's business with the US Federal government. Will improve existing compliance initiatives, practices and policies. Provide legal advice and contracting support throughout the full life cycle of federal procurement. Provide strategies for issue resolution related to general compliance matters, such as mandatory disclosure, security breaches, claims, bid protests, GSA Schedule issues, OCI, Procurement Integrity, anti-corruption and other areas related to US Federal Ethics, Regulatory and Compliance matters. Draft a broad range of documents in support of matters related to compliance regulatory and ethics activities (e.g., correspondence, memoranda, toolkits, internal guidelines, white papers, talking points, AFS practice/policy revisions, etc.). Interact directly with government officials on sensitive compliance matters.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and active Bar membership. Mus have 4 years of federal compliance experience in a law firm and/or large corporate legal department with 4 years of experience applying and interpreting FAR, DFARS, and other applicable law in the context of a large ($500M+) federal business and 4 years of experience providing legal advice to business clients. Solid understanding and appreciation of intellectual property issues and other contractual issues (e.g., indemnification, limitation of liability, personnel issues, data privacy, export compliance, etc.) as they apply to government transactions preferred. Experience with international deployment issues, e.g. SOFA, Export Control desired. Working knowledge of competition law and corporate law preferred.
Legal 4 - 6 Full-time 2013-03-01
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Head Of Portfolio Acquisition And Integration
In-House,Capital One Financial Corporation
Location : McLean, VA, United States

Head Of Portfolio Acquisition And Integration The candidate will be responsible for leading our RIA acquisition due diligence, RIA acquisition integration, and oversight on non-model AUM. Will have a significant leadership role in building, developi... + read more

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Counsel / Senior Counsel - General Corporate
Refer job# VWFL154555
 
Counsel / Senior Counsel - General Corporate Duties: Serve as legal counsel providing legal analysis and advice. Reviewing requests for proposals (RFPs), drafting, negotiating, interpreting, enforcing and terminating agreements with third parties providing services and technology to, including outsourcing agreements, cloud-based service agreements, intellectual property licenses, confidentiality agreements and consulting agreements. Advising clients with respect to legal issues arising in the context of these agreements, including compliance, privacy, data security, intellectual property and liability issues. Assisting clients with disputes. Providing timely, practical and sound advice to clients with respect to various general corporate matters as they arise, including information-technology related issues, intellectual property issues, and privacy issues. Developing training for clients and other attorneys.

Qualifications: A JD degree from an accredited U.S. law school and bar membership in any U.S. jurisdiction. 3-7 years of legal experience dealing with sophisticated contracts, preferably at a major law firm or corporate law department. Strong legal analytical and drafting skills. Preferred: Experience with software as a service (SaaS) and other technology-related transactions. Ability to provide sound legal and business counsel, while clearly distinguishing between the two. Ability to work comfortably and routinely as part of a team and to cooperate across organizational boundaries. Ability to organize and prioritize multiple pending matters. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities. Accountability for timeliness and results. Ability to work well with peers and to communicate to ensure consistency of legal advice and negotiating positions. Ability to develop and maintain good relationships with third parties, including customers, regulators, and vendors. Ability to accept feedback with a positive, learning mindset. Outstanding oral presentation and persuasion skills.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel
Refer job# BIXG154463
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Serve as a trusted senior legal advisor for the DRC, ensuring that disciplinary matters involving members are conducted in a manner that is just, fair, and consistent with the organization's governing documents ( Articles and Bylaws, Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct, and Rules of Procedure) and in a manner that mitigates legal risk for ; Attend all in-person hearings and participates in all telephonic hearings for cases related to professional conduct (as opposed to exam-related cases involving candidates); Work with the Hearing Panel Administrator, DRC panels and panel chairs in advance of, and during, hearing panels to help resolve procedural or evidentiary issues; Partner with the panel chair and/or the full panel to understand the rationale of the panel's decision after it has independently deliberated to reach such decision; Draft the decision letters of the panels for each case (including hearing panels and appeal panels), ensuring that the decision letters are robust and well-written and accurately reflect the panels findings (e.g., issues presented, standard of review, factual findings and credibility determinations, as well as analysis and application of the facts to the Code and Standards and the Sanction Matrix Guidelines); Actively participate in semi-annual training meetings and annual orientation meeting and provides on-going training support and recommendations to the DRC; Help draft and create training materials including appropriate guidance, mock hearing materials, training vignettes, slides, reports and presentations; Advise and train the DRC members on various subjects such as applying the appropriate standard of review, questioning a witness, handling objections, applying the sanction matrix guideline, etc.; Collaborate with the Hearing Panel Administrator on administrative support for the disciplinary process; Independently initiate projects and identify ways to improve the DRC's processes and operations. Manage's litigation portfolio in coordination with the other Corporate Counsel in the organization. Manage the immigration portfolio in coordination with Employment Counsel and internal clients.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school required. Membership in a State Bar and eligibility for a VA bar license. 5+ years of experience performing legal work for a reputable law firm or company, preferably in litigation or appellate practice. Prior experience as an arbitrator or judicial clerk preferred. International experience is preferred. Strong legal writing skills. Knowledge and experience of regulating the conduct of participants in financial markets.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel
Refer job# IJEM154330
 
Associate Corporate Counsel Responsibilities: Researching rules and regulations, best practices and alternative approaches. Drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial agreements. Developing corporate policies, contract templates and other materials. M&A support. Managing clients and Legal department responsibilities. Completing projects to improve legal processes and facilitate collaboration. Quickly understand key business objectives. Rapidly assess potential risks, benefits and consequences of decisions. Summarize key legal and business issues and propose practical alternatives. Draft and negotiate complex commercial customer licensing and vendor agreements. Efficiently manage a large variety of projects. Participate and develop skills and interest in Legal Department management.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a top school and bar membership in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. 1-2 years of relevant in-house or law firm experience. Highly developed written and oral communication skills. Strong organizational skills and ability to prioritize multiple tasks. Positive attitude and interpersonal skills that will foster teamwork and effective working relationships. Familiarity with and interest in technology and software-related concepts. Experience with international legal work, integration of acquired companies. Results-driven; able to work in fast-paced, deadline oriented global environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Counsel, General Corporate & Securities
Refer job# ICNK154206
 
Senior Counsel, General Corporate & Securities Duties: Collaborate with other company departments in preparing and reviewing SEC filings, including proxy statements, Forms 10-K, 10-Q, and 8-K, as well as Section 16 filings. Prepare materials for consideration by the Board and its Committees. Advise on Board matters, develop corporate governance policies, and implement legal controls to help ensure sound corporate governance practices. Support corporate transactional matters and other strategic corporate initiatives such as treasury reserve management, matters related to bitcoin and other digital assets, financing transactions, stock repurchases, acquisitions or divestitures, and corporate reorganizations. Advise on investor relations and external communications matters, including reviewing press releases, earnings announcements and scripts, investor presentations and communications, and other key marketing materials. Work with the Finance, Treasury, Tax, and Risk Management teams on banking and investment matters, intercompany agreements, tax planning, internal controls, and enterprise risk management. Manage domestic subsidiary governance function. Advise on establishing foreign operations and other cross-border business planning issues. Assist in litigation as needed. Contributor in a wide range of general corporate, governance, securities law, regulatory, and commercial matters with both domestic and international dimensions. Help the company navigate board activities, securities filings, compensation programs, regulatory issues, and strategic corporate initiatives. Transactional experience that would enjoy applying to new and unfamiliar contexts. Dedicated to getting the issues right, but also nimble in fashioning solutions.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a leading law school followed by 5-8 years of experience with reputable law firm and/or in-house department. Experience with corporate governance matters and publicly traded companies generally, including Securities Act of 1933, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Ability to manage fast-paced workload and add value to multiple projects simultaneously. Self-starter who shows project ownership and enjoys working across departments. Superior communication and interpersonal skills and judgment. Analytical thoroughness, a penchant for project management, and high drafting standards are salient traits of the person for this role.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Public Sector
Refer job# BLDM154186
 
Associate Corporate Counsel, Public Sector Responsibilities: Draft, analyze, interpret, and negotiate a wide range of agreements with public sector clients. Handle public sector operational matters and provide general legal advice to our public sector team. Guide in assessing risk in the context of our broader strategic imperatives. Develop close working relationships with business stakeholders to facilitate efficient and effective preparation and submission of proposals to various government agencies and/or states. Review solicitations and advise the business on risks and appropriate responses. Handle all questions that may arise throughout the contract procurement cycle. Work directly with business leaders and members of s legal team to identify and address legal risks and issues raised by contracting with various governments and/or agencies. Liaise and interact with various federal, state and local governments on a regular basis to discuss and negotiate various contract provisions and procurement issues. Present arguments to higher-level attorneys and (when and where appropriate) to partners to help shape strategic decisions made by those individuals. Daily collaboration with the public sector sales team to ensure consistent workflow and timely production. Respond to the unexpected in a hyper-growth startup environment.

Qualifications: 2-5 years of attorney experience in public contracting and/or regulatory compliance. Knowledge of federal, state, and local government contracting rules with significant experience at the state and local level. Juris Doctor and licensed and in good standing to practice law; Virginia bar preferred. A thorough understanding of federal contracting and compliance statutes and regulations. Excellent commercial judgment and full familiarity with an attorney s duties regarding confidentiality, privilege and client care. Team player who wants to learn, takes initiative and is willing to wear whatever hat is required. Strong ability to work efficiently and effectively with limited supervision on time sensitive materials. Proficiency working in a Mac environment, and specifically with Google Apps (Gmail, Calendar, Docs, Sheets, etc.), Adobe Echosign, and Microsoft Excel and Word. Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written). Strong preference for individuals with demonstrated experience working on state and local contracts. Working knowledge of U.S. privacy laws and state data regulations is preferred. Prior in-house experience, particularly in the tech industry working on public contracts is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director And Senior Corporate Counsel -- Privacy And Data Protection
Refer job# IHRH154124
 
Director and Senior Corporate Counsel Privacy and Data Protection The candidate must have: JD Degree or equivalent degree from accredited law school. 12+ years of experience in a corporate law department and/or law firm. 6+ years of experience in areas of data use and data protection laws (including state and federal consumer protection and privacy laws, GDPR and other global privacy laws). Preferred: CIPP-certification a plus (CIPP/A, CIPP/E or CIPP/US). Demonstrated expertise in the areas of data use, data protection and data privacy laws (including state, federal and global privacy laws). Demonstrated expertise in developing end-to-end data governance and privacy programs. Demonstrated ability to provide practical legal advice and support on data protection and privacy law compliance to various cross-functional teams. Demonstrated ability to manage complex legal issues and provide privacy by design advice in connection with the development of new products and services, particularly in the technology/cloud computing spaces. Demonstrated experience working collaboratively and in keeping senior members of the Law Department apprised of developments and matters in the area of data privacy.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Manager, Counsel - Corporate Governance
Refer job# DITY154135
 
Manager, Counsel - Corporate Governance Duties: Researching current and emerging governance practices, including impacts of new regulations. Advising and minuting the company's senior management committee meetings, assisting in agenda setting for the meetings, and retaining official records on behalf of the committees. Reviewing and providing advice to senior leaders regarding their reports to the Board and its committees. Overseeing the legal entity management and corporate secretarial function for the company's subsidiaries, including formations, dissolutions and ongoing maintenance, director and officer appointments, and annual reports, and other secretary of state filings. Overseeing the production, distribution and retention of materials issued to the Board and its committees. Partnering with other subject matter experts across the organization on projects involving corporate governance. Overseeing third-party management requirements relating to vendors engaged by the team, including the company's registered agent and board portal service provider. Responding to requests for official records in connection with audits, examinations and transactions.

Qualifications: JD Degree and member in good standing of at least one state Bar. 3+ years of law firm or in-house legal department experience (or a combination of the two) with a primary focus on corporate governance and corporate law. Preferred Qualifications: 4+ years of experience in a law firm or as in-house counsel with a financial institution engaged in corporate governance and corporate law. Ability to manage multiple projects, take on new responsibilities and handle novel issues. Excellent analytical, oral and written communication skills with the ability to influence others. Strong organizational skills with impeccable attention to detail. Ability to work cooperatively with internal constituents to manage efficient processes and get issues resolved across organizational boundaries. Ability to prioritize and manage a significant volume of questions on a broad array of topics with multiple and simultaneous deadlines. Ability to rapidly synthesize new information and make timely, well-grounded decisions.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Director & Associate General Counsel corporate Finance
Refer job# LGSC154098
 
Director & Associate General Counsel Corporate Finance Duties: Advise and provide legal support to the Corporate Finance team by drafting, reviewing and negotiating disclosure and transaction documents and coordinating and managing the transaction process. Advise and provide legal support on loan sale and acquisitions by drafting, reviewing and negotiating sale and servicing agreements. Provide general legal advice and support to Corporate Finance and Asset Management and Servicing teams regarding miscellaneous legal questions. Advise and support internal business teams in drafting, reviewing and negotiating a wide variety of contracts, including information technology, outsourcing, professional services and other vendor contracts, customer contracts (including federal, state and local government contracts) and confidentiality agreements.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited U.S. law school. Membership in good standing in at least one state Bar. 3+ years capital markets, securitization or corporate experience in a law firm or corporate law department. Preferred: Strong communication skills (both written and oral) for numerous types of audiences including both internal and external stakeholders. Excellent attention to detail and ability to manage deal process, with significant organizational, project and program management skills. Ability to collaborate and maintain strong working relationships with clients. Ability to provide consistent, high-quality legal analysis, advice and document drafting. Ability to work under pressure independently, as well as part of a team. Ability to effectively supervise outside attorneys when directed by the CLO or senior attorneys. Adaptability to changing demands. Strong legal/financial/business acumen and ability to work effectively and multitask successfully in fast-paced and complex business environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Virginia - Federal - US Federal Legal Counsel Manager
Refer job# XJXF25739
 
Federal - US Federal Legal Counsel Manager
The candidate support, promote and implement initiatives related to compliance, regulatory and ethics areas associated with company's business with the US Federal government. Will improve existing compliance initiatives, practices and policies. Provide legal advice and contracting support throughout the full life cycle of federal procurement. Provide strategies for issue resolution related to general compliance matters, such as mandatory disclosure, security breaches, claims, bid protests, GSA Schedule issues, OCI, Procurement Integrity, anti-corruption and other areas related to US Federal Ethics, Regulatory and Compliance matters. Draft a broad range of documents in support of matters related to compliance regulatory and ethics activities (e.g., correspondence, memoranda, toolkits, internal guidelines, white papers, talking points, AFS practice/policy revisions, etc.). Interact directly with government officials on sensitive compliance matters.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree and active Bar membership. Mus have 4 years of federal compliance experience in a law firm and/or large corporate legal department with 4 years of experience applying and interpreting FAR, DFARS, and other applicable law in the context of a large ($500M+) federal business and 4 years of experience providing legal advice to business clients. Solid understanding and appreciation of intellectual property issues and other contractual issues (e.g., indemnification, limitation of liability, personnel issues, data privacy, export compliance, etc.) as they apply to government transactions preferred. Experience with international deployment issues, e.g. SOFA, Export Control desired. Working knowledge of competition law and corporate law preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

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