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Corporate Counsel - Employment

Springdale AR Corporate Counsel - Employment The candidate will be responsible for managing litigation in a variety of legal matters that affect the company and advising in-house business clients on matters that relate to a variety of business areas. Candidates should be familiar with standard legal concepts, practices, and procedures applicable to civil, administrative and criminal cases and be able to develop and implement plans to effectively manage all phases of litigation from motion practice to discovery (including electronic discovery), expert testimony and trial. Law degree from an accredited law school, and a license to practice law in at least one jurisdiction is needed. Should have 4+ years of legal experience required. Candidate must have experience in a variety of civil litigation, including employment practices litigation, EEO, employment discrimination claims, labor practices, and covenants not to compete. Prior in-house counsel and private practice trial experience is preferred. Standard computer skills are needed. Superior written and verbal communication skills are needed. Must exercise good judgment in all tasks. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-20

Staff Counsel Labor & Employment

Katy TX Staff Counsel Labor & Employment Responsibilities: Advise Human Resources Department and other business clients regarding compliance with all requirements in the area of labor, employment and benefits.. Advise and partner with Human Resources Department and other business clients regarding Company policies affecting the Company s relationships with its employees, vendors, customers and other third parties.. Represent the company in hearings, administrative proceedings, negotiations, and other forums.. Develop strong partnership with executive management, senior management from other corporate departments, distribution centers, stores and their vendors. Represent all Academy departments and locations on enterprise-level issues both internally and externally. Partner with business clients to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner, gather and analyze information skillfully and maintain confidentiality. Develop standardized processes and procedures for the organization in identified practice area(s) Develop and manage policies and procedures regarding labor and employment issues Review, recommend and manage outside counsel to represent Academy in legal matters Reduce outside counsel fees by performing work in-house Manage legal staff, including paralegals and administrative assistants Assist with annual budget submissions for identified practice area(s) Operate within constraints of the financial budget for assigned practice area(s). Identify and develop projects spanning other corporate departments, distribution centers, stores and their vendors. Identify and implement growth strategies and process improvements across multiple areas. Develop a thorough understanding of Academy s policies, procedures and safety rules.

Qualifications: JD Degree and admission to State Bar in at least one State. 3-5 years of focused labor and employment experience with a major law firm or an in-house legal department. Experience with a retail company with at least $1 billion in revenue in a corporate environment preferred. Significant experience providing advice and counsel and handling litigation related to all aspects of employment law, including compliance with federal, state and local laws concerning discrimination, harassment, wage and hour matters, compensation, recruiting, immigration, restrictive covenants, workers compensation retaliation, ERISA, HIPAA, wrongful discharge and other related torts and benefits law. Significant experience providing advice and counsel on labor law issues, including union avoidance, unfair labor practices, picketing, boycotts and injunctions. Ability to provide sound and practical legal advice, with proven success and experience with balancing legal risk with business objectives. High level of professionalism, good judgment and initiative. Ability to analyze complex matters 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.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2018-07-09

Senior Counsel - Employment & Labor Law

Rancho Cordova CA Senior Counsel - Employment & Labor Law Duties: Provides high level legal guidance and documentation in support of product development and ongoing operations of the enterprise, and to assure compliance with health insurance, managed care and other relevant regulatory (e.g., privacy/security) requirements. Responsibilities also include providing counsel and legal support to the enterprise through contract and document review, legal advice and representation, analysis of business/legal issues, participation on committees and special projects, etc. Responsibilities may include managing, preparing, assisting and advising on the filing of applications for licenses or other more complex regulatory filings and coordinating the drafting and finalization of subscriber and provider contracts, certificates of coverage, or other forms and information. Provides experienced counsel and legal support to the enterprise through contract and document review, legal advice and representation, analysis of business/legal issues, participation on committees and special projects, assistance with regulatory examinations, etc. Manages, prepares, assists and advises on the filing of applications for licenses or other regulatory and corporate filings as necessary. Coordinates the drafting and finalization of forms and information for regulatory purposes. Researches and advises on existing statutory and regulatory requirements affecting business operations. Reviews and analyzes applicability of new or pending statutes and regulations to existing operations. Assists in implementing new statutory and regulatory requirements. Provides counsel and legal support to the enterprise on other legal matters such as vendor contract review, business transactions, small claims court cases, disputes, arbitration and litigation. Supervise and manage staff as assigned.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or equivalent education, training or experience is required. JD Degree /LLB degree with active membership in the state bar. 6+ years' experience as a practice attorney. 5+ years' related experience in the managed care or insurance environment. Organization, project and time management skills and multi-tasking abilities. Strong analytical, reasoning and problem-solving skills. Detail oriented with strong negotiation and advocacy skills. Ability to research and analyze complex state and federal statutes and regulations. Advanced skills in organizing and handling complex regulatory filings. Advanced contract and legal document drafting skills. Ability to work in a team, and lead and supervise staff, including attorney, paralegal and administrative support staff. Ability to maintain confidentiality. A working knowledge of health insurance, HIPAA and managed care regulation, including experience interacting with regulators. In-depth knowledge of Delta Dental s policies, procedures and practices.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-09

Executive Counsel - Labor & Employment

Pittsburgh PA Executive Counsel. Labor & Employment Duties: Report to the General Counsel and will be responsible for developing and executing the labor and employment legal advice for the business globally. Will work closely with key stakeholders, including as a member of the staff of the Senior Executive Human Resources, and as an advisor on labor and employment matters to other senior leaders in the business. Provide advice and counsel senior management regarding compliance with existing and evolving labor and employment laws. Develop and oversee union free strategies, manage non. union campaigns, provide counsel regarding union contract interpretation, represent business regarding unfair labor practice charges, provide strategic guidance during restructuring activities, counsel business with respect to various issues where there is a contractual duty to bargain, and conduct appropriate training for HR and labor relations personnel. Provide advice and counsel on labor and employment issues facing the business, such as NLRA claims, general union relations and contract negotiations, FMLA, USERRA, state and federal wage and hour laws, state and federal employment discrimination statutes, FLSA, equal pay, corporate separateness and contingent workers issues, affirmative action and diversity, drug. free workplace, strike support, employee discipline and termination, restructuring, whistleblower laws, wrongful discharge claims, and employment agreements and policies. Provide representation for the business before state and federal administrative agencies, including the NLRB, OFCCP, the Wage and Hour Division, EEOC, state and local human rights agencies, as well as in mediations and arbitrations under internal alternative dispute resolution programs and local union grievance procedures. Directly involved in drafting position statements and pleadings, responding to information requests, and representing business at hearings; handling ADR matters, including responses to and coordination with claimants, drafting mediation statements and representing business at mediations; litigating arbitrations; responding to attorney demand letters and resulting investigations. Manage employment and labor matters in non. US jurisdictions where operates, in coordination with local HR managers and local counsel. Conduct and manage internal investigations and support the business open reporting program. Provide advice and counsel on labor related aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Support and contribute to other initiatives of the Legal and HR teams that improve business policies and processes. Ensure the successful, cost. effective use of outside counsel.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school. 10+ years of experience at a large law firm and/or corporate legal department, with significant experience in labor law matters, employment litigation, investigations and related matters. Member in good standing of a state Bar. Desired: Strong commitment to integrity and professionalism. Experience with employee benefits and executive compensation issues. Experienced lawyer with significant labor and employment experience. Demonstrated effectiveness in the practice of employment and labor law with emphasis on NLRA / union issues, Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FMLA, USERRA, FLSA, and employment. related torts and litigation. Experience with global employment and/or litigation issues, including experience with works councils. First chair experience at trial and/or arbitral hearings, including experience with class actions. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Self-confident, self-directed, solution. focused and collaborative personality. Demonstrated experience identifying and resolving legal issues quickly and effectively and ability to make on the spot risk calls. Demonstrated experience prioritizing conflicting demands from multiple business clients in a fast. paced environment. Ability to set and meet multiple priorities, initiative to take on new challenges, and high energy. High level of influencing skills combined with an ability to build excellent working relationships (cross. functionally, globally, at multiple levels, and externally). Ability to deal effectively with people and work in diverse teams.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-09

Executive Counsel - Labor & Employment

Erie PA Executive Counsel. Labor & Employment Duties: Report to the General Counsel and will be responsible for developing and executing the labor and employment legal advice for the business globally. Will work closely with key stakeholders, including as a member of the staff of the Senior Executive Human Resources, and as an advisor on labor and employment matters to other senior leaders in the business. Provide advice and counsel senior management regarding compliance with existing and evolving labor and employment laws. Develop and oversee union free strategies, manage non. union campaigns, provide counsel regarding union contract interpretation, represent business regarding unfair labor practice charges, provide strategic guidance during restructuring activities, counsel business with respect to various issues where there is a contractual duty to bargain, and conduct appropriate training for HR and labor relations personnel. Provide advice and counsel on labor and employment issues facing the business, such as NLRA claims, general union relations and contract negotiations, FMLA, USERRA, state and federal wage and hour laws, state and federal employment discrimination statutes, FLSA, equal pay, corporate separateness and contingent workers issues, affirmative action and diversity, drug. free workplace, strike support, employee discipline and termination, restructuring, whistleblower laws, wrongful discharge claims, and employment agreements and policies. Provide representation for the business before state and federal administrative agencies, including the NLRB, OFCCP, the Wage and Hour Division, EEOC, state and local human rights agencies, as well as in mediations and arbitrations under internal alternative dispute resolution programs and local union grievance procedures. Directly involved in drafting position statements and pleadings, responding to information requests, and representing business at hearings; handling ADR matters, including responses to and coordination with claimants, drafting mediation statements and representing business at mediations; litigating arbitrations; responding to attorney demand letters and resulting investigations. Manage employment and labor matters in non. US jurisdictions where operates, in coordination with local HR managers and local counsel. Conduct and manage internal investigations and support the business open reporting program. Provide advice and counsel on labor related aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Support and contribute to other initiatives of the Legal and HR teams that improve business policies and processes. Ensure the successful, cost. effective use of outside counsel.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school. 10+ years of experience at a large law firm and/or corporate legal department, with significant experience in labor law matters, employment litigation, investigations and related matters. Member in good standing of a state Bar. Desired: Strong commitment to integrity and professionalism. Experience with employee benefits and executive compensation issues. Experienced lawyer with significant labor and employment experience. Demonstrated effectiveness in the practice of employment and labor law with emphasis on NLRA / union issues, Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FMLA, USERRA, FLSA, and employment. related torts and litigation. Experience with global employment and/or litigation issues, including experience with works councils. First chair experience at trial and/or arbitral hearings, including experience with class actions. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Self-confident, self-directed, solution. focused and collaborative personality. Demonstrated experience identifying and resolving legal issues quickly and effectively and ability to make on the spot risk calls. Demonstrated experience prioritizing conflicting demands from multiple business clients in a fast. paced environment. Ability to set and meet multiple priorities, initiative to take on new challenges, and high energy. High level of influencing skills combined with an ability to build excellent working relationships (cross. functionally, globally, at multiple levels, and externally). Ability to deal effectively with people and work in diverse teams.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-09

Executive Counsel - Labor & Employment

Chicago IL Executive Counsel. Labor & Employment Duties: Report to the General Counsel and will be responsible for developing and executing the labor and employment legal advice for the business globally. Will work closely with key stakeholders, including as a member of the staff of the Senior Executive Human Resources, and as an advisor on labor and employment matters to other senior leaders in the business. Provide advice and counsel senior management regarding compliance with existing and evolving labor and employment laws. Develop and oversee union free strategies, manage non. union campaigns, provide counsel regarding union contract interpretation, represent business regarding unfair labor practice charges, provide strategic guidance during restructuring activities, counsel business with respect to various issues where there is a contractual duty to bargain, and conduct appropriate training for HR and labor relations personnel. Provide advice and counsel on labor and employment issues facing the business, such as NLRA claims, general union relations and contract negotiations, FMLA, USERRA, state and federal wage and hour laws, state and federal employment discrimination statutes, FLSA, equal pay, corporate separateness and contingent workers issues, affirmative action and diversity, drug. free workplace, strike support, employee discipline and termination, restructuring, whistleblower laws, wrongful discharge claims, and employment agreements and policies. Provide representation for the business before state and federal administrative agencies, including the NLRB, OFCCP, the Wage and Hour Division, EEOC, state and local human rights agencies, as well as in mediations and arbitrations under internal alternative dispute resolution programs and local union grievance procedures. Directly involved in drafting position statements and pleadings, responding to information requests, and representing business at hearings; handling ADR matters, including responses to and coordination with claimants, drafting mediation statements and representing business at mediations; litigating arbitrations; responding to attorney demand letters and resulting investigations. Manage employment and labor matters in non. US jurisdictions where operates, in coordination with local HR managers and local counsel. Conduct and manage internal investigations and support the business open reporting program. Provide advice and counsel on labor related aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Support and contribute to other initiatives of the Legal and HR teams that improve business policies and processes. Ensure the successful, cost. effective use of outside counsel.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school. 10+ years of experience at a large law firm and/or corporate legal department, with significant experience in labor law matters, employment litigation, investigations and related matters. Member in good standing of a state Bar. Desired: Strong commitment to integrity and professionalism. Experience with employee benefits and executive compensation issues. Experienced lawyer with significant labor and employment experience. Demonstrated effectiveness in the practice of employment and labor law with emphasis on NLRA / union issues, Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FMLA, USERRA, FLSA, and employment. related torts and litigation. Experience with global employment and/or litigation issues, including experience with works councils. First chair experience at trial and/or arbitral hearings, including experience with class actions. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Self-confident, self-directed, solution. focused and collaborative personality. Demonstrated experience identifying and resolving legal issues quickly and effectively and ability to make on the spot risk calls. Demonstrated experience prioritizing conflicting demands from multiple business clients in a fast. paced environment. Ability to set and meet multiple priorities, initiative to take on new challenges, and high energy. High level of influencing skills combined with an ability to build excellent working relationships (cross. functionally, globally, at multiple levels, and externally). Ability to deal effectively with people and work in diverse teams.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-09

Associate Counsel - Employment

Charlotte NC Associate Counsel - Employment Responsibilities: Reporting to the Corporate Counsel Employment to provide legal support in handling employment and litigation matters. Daily responsibilities of the position include handling employment claims/litigation and providing legal support to Human Resources and Operations Managers on matters involving employment and related laws such as Title VII, the ADEA, the ADA, GINA, the FMLA, the FLSA, WARN, USERRA, PDA, OFCCP, the EPA, state/local equivalent statutes, as well as supporting research and responses to questions in areas involving employment agreements, severance and reductions in force. Defend Company and all subsectors in local, state, and federal administrative agency claims, including: investigating background facts, interviewing witnesses, drafting position statements, handling requests for additional information, participating conferences/hearings, handling mediation/conciliation. Handle wage and hour individual claims and audits by state or federal agencies, including analysis of relevant documentation and applicable laws and preparation of appropriate responses. Assist in managing all aspects of employment and commercial litigation (from attorney demand letters through trial/appeal), including managing outside legal counsel while minimizing the Company s cost to defend and prosecute litigation. Provide internal advice and legal counsel to Operations Managers, Human Resources, the Human Resources Service Center, on various employment matters. Assist with oversight and administration of internal case tracking database, periodic reporting, and review of database for accuracy of reporting. Develop and deliver training related to areas of responsibility. Assist in management of paralegals and student interns as needed. Stay abreast of all existing, new, and proposed legislation related to employment matters at the federal, state and local levels (e.g., ADA, FMLA, FLSA, immigration reform and control, etc.).

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school with accompanying state licensure. 2-3 years of experience preferred in the essential job duties described above. Excellent foundational knowledge of employment laws, rules, regulations and judicial precedent involved in the essential job duties described above. Proven ability and successes in the following: proactively seeking and executing creative solutions, providing strong customer service, and negotiating, partnering and communicating effectively with clients and colleagues. Ability to read, analyze and interpret laws, rules and regulations, legal documents, and financial and other reports, with expertise in the principles, practices, laws and regulations associated with employee relations. Ability to anticipate, recognize and define problems from both a legal and overall corporate perspective, collect data, establish facts, and draw logical and valid conclusions based on sound legal and business judgment. Excellent writing, research, technical, communication, organizational, data analysis and decision-making skills. Strong Microsoft Word and Excel skills required. SAP and CounselLink experience preferred. Lexis or Westlaw experience preferred. Team player in a fast paced, high volume and constantly changing environment.
Legal 2 - 3 Full-time 2018-07-06

Attorney - PIP (Limited Term Employment)

Tampa FL Attorney - PIP (Limited Term Employment) The candidate will be responsible for the competent, ethical, and diligent representation of clients in all cases assigned by supervisor. Cases can involve all areas of tort practice. Responsible for handling matters of low to moderate complexity and/or exposure, and may assist in the handling of cases assigned to other attorneys. Handles cases with few unique legal or procedural issues involving mild to moderate injuries and/or damages including preparation of pleadings, motions, discovery, and briefs, attendance at hearings, conferences, interviews and trials or arbitrations, and performance of any other tasks or duties necessary for the proper representation of clients. May also assist other attorneys in cases of greater complexity and/or exposure. Keeps supervisor informed of the work being done for clients and of any and all problems encountered. Maintains and updates computerized litigation support systems for assigned caseloads. Consults with and renders opinions to the Claims Department regarding insurance policy questions concerning the legal aspects of the handling of personal injury claims. Performs other tasks or duties as assigned by supervisor. Four-year college degree, law school degree, and member in good standing of the State Bar in the state in which position is located. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-06

Labor And Employment Counsel Manager

Florham Park NJ Labor and Employment Counsel Manager The candidate will serve as legal advisor on Employment law issues to HR and business leaders and others in the legal organization. Will provide legal support on complex employee relations matters and employment law projects. Serve as legal advisor and educator to business leaders, HR, Inclusion and Diversity, Marketing, Recruiting and other legal professionals, on managing risk associated with employment laws in the US, including Title VII, FMLA, ADA, FLSA and the ADEA. Contribute to development of internal policies, guidelines, toolkits, and packaged knowledge on Employment legal and business issues for the North America region, including updating policies and processes to reflect legal developments and operational changes. Support strategic projects throughout North America, advising HR, Legal and business operations management as appropriate, and develop guidelines and templates for internal clients. Provide operational and strategic support to Procurement in relation to risks associated with contractors. Counsel employee relations and business leaders on pre-litigation matters, in conjunction with external counsel, working in close collaboration with the North American litigation team. Manage and oversee outside counsel relationships with law firms in the region, including managing budgets. Counsel, guide, train and support junior through senior levels of Legal attorneys within region as appropriate, particularly attorneys in legal contracting services to ensure best practices are incorporated in legal drafting. Occasional travel, primarily within the US, is required.

The candidate should have a Law / J.D. degree and active license to practice law in at least one US jurisdiction. Must have 5+ years of experience practicing employment law as an attorney. Knowledge of Canadian employment laws is preferred. Experience advising management of large companies is desired. Experience assessing worker classifications, including strong working knowledge of the FLSA and independent contractor laws is a plus. In-depth knowledge of labor and employment law across the US is essential.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-06

Labor And Employment Counsel Manager

Murray Hill NJ Labor and Employment Counsel Manager The candidate will serve as legal advisor on Employment law issues to HR and business leaders and others in the legal organization. Will provide legal support on complex employee relations matters and employment law projects. Serve as legal advisor and educator to business leaders, HR, Inclusion and Diversity, Marketing, Recruiting and other legal professionals, on managing risk associated with employment laws in the US, including Title VII, FMLA, ADA, FLSA and the ADEA. Contribute to development of internal policies, guidelines, toolkits, and packaged knowledge on Employment legal and business issues for the North America region, including updating policies and processes to reflect legal developments and operational changes. Support strategic projects throughout North America, advising HR, Legal and business operations management as appropriate, and develop guidelines and templates for internal clients. Provide operational and strategic support to Procurement in relation to risks associated with contractors. Counsel employee relations and business leaders on pre-litigation matters, in conjunction with external counsel, working in close collaboration with the North American litigation team. Manage and oversee outside counsel relationships with law firms in the region, including managing budgets. Counsel, guide, train and support junior through senior levels of Legal attorneys within region as appropriate, particularly attorneys in legal contracting services to ensure best practices are incorporated in legal drafting. Occasional travel, primarily within the US, is required.

The candidate should have a Law / J.D. degree and active license to practice law in at least one US jurisdiction. Must have 5+ years of experience practicing employment law as an attorney. Knowledge of Canadian employment laws is preferred. Experience advising management of large companies is desired. Experience assessing worker classifications, including strong working knowledge of the FLSA and independent contractor laws is a plus. In-depth knowledge of labor and employment law across the US is essential.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-07-06
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Location : Minneapolis, MN, United States

Labor/Investigation Attorney The candidate will manage and provide advice to all aspects of employment law issues while advising the company on compliance with federal, state and local laws. Will provide guidance on workplace compliance and strategi... + read more

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Location : Brooklyn, NY, United States

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Corporate Counsel - Employment
Refer job# SNBJ139937
 
Corporate Counsel - Employment The candidate will be responsible for managing litigation in a variety of legal matters that affect the company and advising in-house business clients on matters that relate to a variety of business areas. Candidates should be familiar with standard legal concepts, practices, and procedures applicable to civil, administrative and criminal cases and be able to develop and implement plans to effectively manage all phases of litigation from motion practice to discovery (including electronic discovery), expert testimony and trial. Law degree from an accredited law school, and a license to practice law in at least one jurisdiction is needed. Should have 4+ years of legal experience required. Candidate must have experience in a variety of civil litigation, including employment practices litigation, EEO, employment discrimination claims, labor practices, and covenants not to compete. Prior in-house counsel and private practice trial experience is preferred. Standard computer skills are needed. Superior written and verbal communication skills are needed. Must exercise good judgment in all tasks.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Staff Counsel Labor & Employment
Refer job# RDDE139890
 
Staff Counsel Labor & Employment Responsibilities: Advise Human Resources Department and other business clients regarding compliance with all requirements in the area of labor, employment and benefits.. Advise and partner with Human Resources Department and other business clients regarding Company policies affecting the Company s relationships with its employees, vendors, customers and other third parties.. Represent the company in hearings, administrative proceedings, negotiations, and other forums.. Develop strong partnership with executive management, senior management from other corporate departments, distribution centers, stores and their vendors. Represent all Academy departments and locations on enterprise-level issues both internally and externally. Partner with business clients to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner, gather and analyze information skillfully and maintain confidentiality. Develop standardized processes and procedures for the organization in identified practice area(s) Develop and manage policies and procedures regarding labor and employment issues Review, recommend and manage outside counsel to represent Academy in legal matters Reduce outside counsel fees by performing work in-house Manage legal staff, including paralegals and administrative assistants Assist with annual budget submissions for identified practice area(s) Operate within constraints of the financial budget for assigned practice area(s). Identify and develop projects spanning other corporate departments, distribution centers, stores and their vendors. Identify and implement growth strategies and process improvements across multiple areas. Develop a thorough understanding of Academy s policies, procedures and safety rules.

Qualifications: JD Degree and admission to State Bar in at least one State. 3-5 years of focused labor and employment experience with a major law firm or an in-house legal department. Experience with a retail company with at least $1 billion in revenue in a corporate environment preferred. Significant experience providing advice and counsel and handling litigation related to all aspects of employment law, including compliance with federal, state and local laws concerning discrimination, harassment, wage and hour matters, compensation, recruiting, immigration, restrictive covenants, workers compensation retaliation, ERISA, HIPAA, wrongful discharge and other related torts and benefits law. Significant experience providing advice and counsel on labor law issues, including union avoidance, unfair labor practices, picketing, boycotts and injunctions. Ability to provide sound and practical legal advice, with proven success and experience with balancing legal risk with business objectives. High level of professionalism, good judgment and initiative. Ability to analyze complex matters 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.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel - Employment & Labor Law
Refer job# ZOGP139891
 
Senior Counsel - Employment & Labor Law Duties: Provides high level legal guidance and documentation in support of product development and ongoing operations of the enterprise, and to assure compliance with health insurance, managed care and other relevant regulatory (e.g., privacy/security) requirements. Responsibilities also include providing counsel and legal support to the enterprise through contract and document review, legal advice and representation, analysis of business/legal issues, participation on committees and special projects, etc. Responsibilities may include managing, preparing, assisting and advising on the filing of applications for licenses or other more complex regulatory filings and coordinating the drafting and finalization of subscriber and provider contracts, certificates of coverage, or other forms and information. Provides experienced counsel and legal support to the enterprise through contract and document review, legal advice and representation, analysis of business/legal issues, participation on committees and special projects, assistance with regulatory examinations, etc. Manages, prepares, assists and advises on the filing of applications for licenses or other regulatory and corporate filings as necessary. Coordinates the drafting and finalization of forms and information for regulatory purposes. Researches and advises on existing statutory and regulatory requirements affecting business operations. Reviews and analyzes applicability of new or pending statutes and regulations to existing operations. Assists in implementing new statutory and regulatory requirements. Provides counsel and legal support to the enterprise on other legal matters such as vendor contract review, business transactions, small claims court cases, disputes, arbitration and litigation. Supervise and manage staff as assigned.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or equivalent education, training or experience is required. JD Degree /LLB degree with active membership in the state bar. 6+ years' experience as a practice attorney. 5+ years' related experience in the managed care or insurance environment. Organization, project and time management skills and multi-tasking abilities. Strong analytical, reasoning and problem-solving skills. Detail oriented with strong negotiation and advocacy skills. Ability to research and analyze complex state and federal statutes and regulations. Advanced skills in organizing and handling complex regulatory filings. Advanced contract and legal document drafting skills. Ability to work in a team, and lead and supervise staff, including attorney, paralegal and administrative support staff. Ability to maintain confidentiality. A working knowledge of health insurance, HIPAA and managed care regulation, including experience interacting with regulators. In-depth knowledge of Delta Dental s policies, procedures and practices.
 
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Executive Counsel - Labor & Employment
Refer job# JVKC139893
 
Executive Counsel. Labor & Employment Duties: Report to the General Counsel and will be responsible for developing and executing the labor and employment legal advice for the business globally. Will work closely with key stakeholders, including as a member of the staff of the Senior Executive Human Resources, and as an advisor on labor and employment matters to other senior leaders in the business. Provide advice and counsel senior management regarding compliance with existing and evolving labor and employment laws. Develop and oversee union free strategies, manage non. union campaigns, provide counsel regarding union contract interpretation, represent business regarding unfair labor practice charges, provide strategic guidance during restructuring activities, counsel business with respect to various issues where there is a contractual duty to bargain, and conduct appropriate training for HR and labor relations personnel. Provide advice and counsel on labor and employment issues facing the business, such as NLRA claims, general union relations and contract negotiations, FMLA, USERRA, state and federal wage and hour laws, state and federal employment discrimination statutes, FLSA, equal pay, corporate separateness and contingent workers issues, affirmative action and diversity, drug. free workplace, strike support, employee discipline and termination, restructuring, whistleblower laws, wrongful discharge claims, and employment agreements and policies. Provide representation for the business before state and federal administrative agencies, including the NLRB, OFCCP, the Wage and Hour Division, EEOC, state and local human rights agencies, as well as in mediations and arbitrations under internal alternative dispute resolution programs and local union grievance procedures. Directly involved in drafting position statements and pleadings, responding to information requests, and representing business at hearings; handling ADR matters, including responses to and coordination with claimants, drafting mediation statements and representing business at mediations; litigating arbitrations; responding to attorney demand letters and resulting investigations. Manage employment and labor matters in non. US jurisdictions where operates, in coordination with local HR managers and local counsel. Conduct and manage internal investigations and support the business open reporting program. Provide advice and counsel on labor related aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Support and contribute to other initiatives of the Legal and HR teams that improve business policies and processes. Ensure the successful, cost. effective use of outside counsel.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school. 10+ years of experience at a large law firm and/or corporate legal department, with significant experience in labor law matters, employment litigation, investigations and related matters. Member in good standing of a state Bar. Desired: Strong commitment to integrity and professionalism. Experience with employee benefits and executive compensation issues. Experienced lawyer with significant labor and employment experience. Demonstrated effectiveness in the practice of employment and labor law with emphasis on NLRA / union issues, Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FMLA, USERRA, FLSA, and employment. related torts and litigation. Experience with global employment and/or litigation issues, including experience with works councils. First chair experience at trial and/or arbitral hearings, including experience with class actions. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Self-confident, self-directed, solution. focused and collaborative personality. Demonstrated experience identifying and resolving legal issues quickly and effectively and ability to make on the spot risk calls. Demonstrated experience prioritizing conflicting demands from multiple business clients in a fast. paced environment. Ability to set and meet multiple priorities, initiative to take on new challenges, and high energy. High level of influencing skills combined with an ability to build excellent working relationships (cross. functionally, globally, at multiple levels, and externally). Ability to deal effectively with people and work in diverse teams.
 
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Executive Counsel - Labor & Employment
Refer job# NYJH139894
 
Executive Counsel. Labor & Employment Duties: Report to the General Counsel and will be responsible for developing and executing the labor and employment legal advice for the business globally. Will work closely with key stakeholders, including as a member of the staff of the Senior Executive Human Resources, and as an advisor on labor and employment matters to other senior leaders in the business. Provide advice and counsel senior management regarding compliance with existing and evolving labor and employment laws. Develop and oversee union free strategies, manage non. union campaigns, provide counsel regarding union contract interpretation, represent business regarding unfair labor practice charges, provide strategic guidance during restructuring activities, counsel business with respect to various issues where there is a contractual duty to bargain, and conduct appropriate training for HR and labor relations personnel. Provide advice and counsel on labor and employment issues facing the business, such as NLRA claims, general union relations and contract negotiations, FMLA, USERRA, state and federal wage and hour laws, state and federal employment discrimination statutes, FLSA, equal pay, corporate separateness and contingent workers issues, affirmative action and diversity, drug. free workplace, strike support, employee discipline and termination, restructuring, whistleblower laws, wrongful discharge claims, and employment agreements and policies. Provide representation for the business before state and federal administrative agencies, including the NLRB, OFCCP, the Wage and Hour Division, EEOC, state and local human rights agencies, as well as in mediations and arbitrations under internal alternative dispute resolution programs and local union grievance procedures. Directly involved in drafting position statements and pleadings, responding to information requests, and representing business at hearings; handling ADR matters, including responses to and coordination with claimants, drafting mediation statements and representing business at mediations; litigating arbitrations; responding to attorney demand letters and resulting investigations. Manage employment and labor matters in non. US jurisdictions where operates, in coordination with local HR managers and local counsel. Conduct and manage internal investigations and support the business open reporting program. Provide advice and counsel on labor related aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Support and contribute to other initiatives of the Legal and HR teams that improve business policies and processes. Ensure the successful, cost. effective use of outside counsel.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school. 10+ years of experience at a large law firm and/or corporate legal department, with significant experience in labor law matters, employment litigation, investigations and related matters. Member in good standing of a state Bar. Desired: Strong commitment to integrity and professionalism. Experience with employee benefits and executive compensation issues. Experienced lawyer with significant labor and employment experience. Demonstrated effectiveness in the practice of employment and labor law with emphasis on NLRA / union issues, Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FMLA, USERRA, FLSA, and employment. related torts and litigation. Experience with global employment and/or litigation issues, including experience with works councils. First chair experience at trial and/or arbitral hearings, including experience with class actions. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Self-confident, self-directed, solution. focused and collaborative personality. Demonstrated experience identifying and resolving legal issues quickly and effectively and ability to make on the spot risk calls. Demonstrated experience prioritizing conflicting demands from multiple business clients in a fast. paced environment. Ability to set and meet multiple priorities, initiative to take on new challenges, and high energy. High level of influencing skills combined with an ability to build excellent working relationships (cross. functionally, globally, at multiple levels, and externally). Ability to deal effectively with people and work in diverse teams.
 
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Executive Counsel - Labor & Employment
Refer job# TFKE139895
 
Executive Counsel. Labor & Employment Duties: Report to the General Counsel and will be responsible for developing and executing the labor and employment legal advice for the business globally. Will work closely with key stakeholders, including as a member of the staff of the Senior Executive Human Resources, and as an advisor on labor and employment matters to other senior leaders in the business. Provide advice and counsel senior management regarding compliance with existing and evolving labor and employment laws. Develop and oversee union free strategies, manage non. union campaigns, provide counsel regarding union contract interpretation, represent business regarding unfair labor practice charges, provide strategic guidance during restructuring activities, counsel business with respect to various issues where there is a contractual duty to bargain, and conduct appropriate training for HR and labor relations personnel. Provide advice and counsel on labor and employment issues facing the business, such as NLRA claims, general union relations and contract negotiations, FMLA, USERRA, state and federal wage and hour laws, state and federal employment discrimination statutes, FLSA, equal pay, corporate separateness and contingent workers issues, affirmative action and diversity, drug. free workplace, strike support, employee discipline and termination, restructuring, whistleblower laws, wrongful discharge claims, and employment agreements and policies. Provide representation for the business before state and federal administrative agencies, including the NLRB, OFCCP, the Wage and Hour Division, EEOC, state and local human rights agencies, as well as in mediations and arbitrations under internal alternative dispute resolution programs and local union grievance procedures. Directly involved in drafting position statements and pleadings, responding to information requests, and representing business at hearings; handling ADR matters, including responses to and coordination with claimants, drafting mediation statements and representing business at mediations; litigating arbitrations; responding to attorney demand letters and resulting investigations. Manage employment and labor matters in non. US jurisdictions where operates, in coordination with local HR managers and local counsel. Conduct and manage internal investigations and support the business open reporting program. Provide advice and counsel on labor related aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Support and contribute to other initiatives of the Legal and HR teams that improve business policies and processes. Ensure the successful, cost. effective use of outside counsel.

Requirements: JD Degree from an accredited law school. 10+ years of experience at a large law firm and/or corporate legal department, with significant experience in labor law matters, employment litigation, investigations and related matters. Member in good standing of a state Bar. Desired: Strong commitment to integrity and professionalism. Experience with employee benefits and executive compensation issues. Experienced lawyer with significant labor and employment experience. Demonstrated effectiveness in the practice of employment and labor law with emphasis on NLRA / union issues, Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FMLA, USERRA, FLSA, and employment. related torts and litigation. Experience with global employment and/or litigation issues, including experience with works councils. First chair experience at trial and/or arbitral hearings, including experience with class actions. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Self-confident, self-directed, solution. focused and collaborative personality. Demonstrated experience identifying and resolving legal issues quickly and effectively and ability to make on the spot risk calls. Demonstrated experience prioritizing conflicting demands from multiple business clients in a fast. paced environment. Ability to set and meet multiple priorities, initiative to take on new challenges, and high energy. High level of influencing skills combined with an ability to build excellent working relationships (cross. functionally, globally, at multiple levels, and externally). Ability to deal effectively with people and work in diverse teams.
 
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Associate Counsel - Employment
Refer job# MCPU139811
 
Associate Counsel - Employment Responsibilities: Reporting to the Corporate Counsel Employment to provide legal support in handling employment and litigation matters. Daily responsibilities of the position include handling employment claims/litigation and providing legal support to Human Resources and Operations Managers on matters involving employment and related laws such as Title VII, the ADEA, the ADA, GINA, the FMLA, the FLSA, WARN, USERRA, PDA, OFCCP, the EPA, state/local equivalent statutes, as well as supporting research and responses to questions in areas involving employment agreements, severance and reductions in force. Defend Company and all subsectors in local, state, and federal administrative agency claims, including: investigating background facts, interviewing witnesses, drafting position statements, handling requests for additional information, participating conferences/hearings, handling mediation/conciliation. Handle wage and hour individual claims and audits by state or federal agencies, including analysis of relevant documentation and applicable laws and preparation of appropriate responses. Assist in managing all aspects of employment and commercial litigation (from attorney demand letters through trial/appeal), including managing outside legal counsel while minimizing the Company s cost to defend and prosecute litigation. Provide internal advice and legal counsel to Operations Managers, Human Resources, the Human Resources Service Center, on various employment matters. Assist with oversight and administration of internal case tracking database, periodic reporting, and review of database for accuracy of reporting. Develop and deliver training related to areas of responsibility. Assist in management of paralegals and student interns as needed. Stay abreast of all existing, new, and proposed legislation related to employment matters at the federal, state and local levels (e.g., ADA, FMLA, FLSA, immigration reform and control, etc.).

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school with accompanying state licensure. 2-3 years of experience preferred in the essential job duties described above. Excellent foundational knowledge of employment laws, rules, regulations and judicial precedent involved in the essential job duties described above. Proven ability and successes in the following: proactively seeking and executing creative solutions, providing strong customer service, and negotiating, partnering and communicating effectively with clients and colleagues. Ability to read, analyze and interpret laws, rules and regulations, legal documents, and financial and other reports, with expertise in the principles, practices, laws and regulations associated with employee relations. Ability to anticipate, recognize and define problems from both a legal and overall corporate perspective, collect data, establish facts, and draw logical and valid conclusions based on sound legal and business judgment. Excellent writing, research, technical, communication, organizational, data analysis and decision-making skills. Strong Microsoft Word and Excel skills required. SAP and CounselLink experience preferred. Lexis or Westlaw experience preferred. Team player in a fast paced, high volume and constantly changing environment.
 
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Attorney - PIP (Limited Term Employment)
Refer job# ZHOG139813
 
Attorney - PIP (Limited Term Employment) The candidate will be responsible for the competent, ethical, and diligent representation of clients in all cases assigned by supervisor. Cases can involve all areas of tort practice. Responsible for handling matters of low to moderate complexity and/or exposure, and may assist in the handling of cases assigned to other attorneys. Handles cases with few unique legal or procedural issues involving mild to moderate injuries and/or damages including preparation of pleadings, motions, discovery, and briefs, attendance at hearings, conferences, interviews and trials or arbitrations, and performance of any other tasks or duties necessary for the proper representation of clients. May also assist other attorneys in cases of greater complexity and/or exposure. Keeps supervisor informed of the work being done for clients and of any and all problems encountered. Maintains and updates computerized litigation support systems for assigned caseloads. Consults with and renders opinions to the Claims Department regarding insurance policy questions concerning the legal aspects of the handling of personal injury claims. Performs other tasks or duties as assigned by supervisor. Four-year college degree, law school degree, and member in good standing of the State Bar in the state in which position is located.
 
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Labor And Employment Counsel Manager
Refer job# KQUE139816
 
Labor and Employment Counsel Manager The candidate will serve as legal advisor on Employment law issues to HR and business leaders and others in the legal organization. Will provide legal support on complex employee relations matters and employment law projects. Serve as legal advisor and educator to business leaders, HR, Inclusion and Diversity, Marketing, Recruiting and other legal professionals, on managing risk associated with employment laws in the US, including Title VII, FMLA, ADA, FLSA and the ADEA. Contribute to development of internal policies, guidelines, toolkits, and packaged knowledge on Employment legal and business issues for the North America region, including updating policies and processes to reflect legal developments and operational changes. Support strategic projects throughout North America, advising HR, Legal and business operations management as appropriate, and develop guidelines and templates for internal clients. Provide operational and strategic support to Procurement in relation to risks associated with contractors. Counsel employee relations and business leaders on pre-litigation matters, in conjunction with external counsel, working in close collaboration with the North American litigation team. Manage and oversee outside counsel relationships with law firms in the region, including managing budgets. Counsel, guide, train and support junior through senior levels of Legal attorneys within region as appropriate, particularly attorneys in legal contracting services to ensure best practices are incorporated in legal drafting. Occasional travel, primarily within the US, is required.

The candidate should have a Law / J.D. degree and active license to practice law in at least one US jurisdiction. Must have 5+ years of experience practicing employment law as an attorney. Knowledge of Canadian employment laws is preferred. Experience advising management of large companies is desired. Experience assessing worker classifications, including strong working knowledge of the FLSA and independent contractor laws is a plus. In-depth knowledge of labor and employment law across the US is essential.
 
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Labor And Employment Counsel Manager
Refer job# ITBY139817
 
Labor and Employment Counsel Manager The candidate will serve as legal advisor on Employment law issues to HR and business leaders and others in the legal organization. Will provide legal support on complex employee relations matters and employment law projects. Serve as legal advisor and educator to business leaders, HR, Inclusion and Diversity, Marketing, Recruiting and other legal professionals, on managing risk associated with employment laws in the US, including Title VII, FMLA, ADA, FLSA and the ADEA. Contribute to development of internal policies, guidelines, toolkits, and packaged knowledge on Employment legal and business issues for the North America region, including updating policies and processes to reflect legal developments and operational changes. Support strategic projects throughout North America, advising HR, Legal and business operations management as appropriate, and develop guidelines and templates for internal clients. Provide operational and strategic support to Procurement in relation to risks associated with contractors. Counsel employee relations and business leaders on pre-litigation matters, in conjunction with external counsel, working in close collaboration with the North American litigation team. Manage and oversee outside counsel relationships with law firms in the region, including managing budgets. Counsel, guide, train and support junior through senior levels of Legal attorneys within region as appropriate, particularly attorneys in legal contracting services to ensure best practices are incorporated in legal drafting. Occasional travel, primarily within the US, is required.

The candidate should have a Law / J.D. degree and active license to practice law in at least one US jurisdiction. Must have 5+ years of experience practicing employment law as an attorney. Knowledge of Canadian employment laws is preferred. Experience advising management of large companies is desired. Experience assessing worker classifications, including strong working knowledge of the FLSA and independent contractor laws is a plus. In-depth knowledge of labor and employment law across the US is essential.
 
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