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Regulatory Compliance Attorney

Austin TX Regulatory Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for: Monitoring current state mortgage loan origination licensing requirements and future state licensing requirements, including California Finance Lenders license; Advising on state lender, servicer, broker and other licensing requirements; Providing oversight for compliance activities to include but not limited to; Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), and Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA); Reviewing requirements to obtain licenses in additional states such as AZ and/or NV; Outlining pros and cons of expansion into new states and recommend next steps; Draft, update, and maintain various compliance policies and processes; Responding to external inquiries and conduct internal compliance reviews (in partnership with appropriate parties); working closely with CFO and VP of accounting & Finance to implements corrective action protocols and prepare reports; Developing processes for tacking key performance indicators and other metrics to identify and mitigate potential operational risks and evaluating the effectiveness of the compliance process; Becoming the resident expert on applicant regulations and industry guidelines; Reviewing laws, regulations, agency orders and related regulatory announcements to assess business impact; Developing short and long-term strategies to manage regulatory issues. Should have a J.D from an accredited law school and in good standing with the U.S. State Bar. Should have 2-5 years of applicable legal experience providing advice on mortgage origination compliance matters and the technical compliance challenges related to the origination of mortgage loans. Someone with strong business acumen with the ability to balance legal and business requirements is essential. Should have someone with excellent verbal and written communication/presentation skills. Should preferably have 5+ years of applicable legal experience providing advice on mortgage origination compliance matters and the technical compliance challenges related to the origination of mortgage loans. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-20

Contracts and Compliance Counsel

Dallas TX Contracts and Compliance Counsel The candidate is responsible for the development of program framework and execution of strategy for the Companys efforts related to its compliance programs. Serves as a corporate generalist, assisting with legal projects, as assigned, providing practical, business savvy, legal advice and counsel for the Company and its subsidiaries. Drafts, reviews, negotiates and advises on a variety of contracts and provides guidance and strategic counsel to the Company on commercial issues which arise from day-to-day operations. Collaborates with other members of the global legal team to provide risk-based legal advice and counsel. Coordinates, conducts and oversees development of legal research and analysis to facilitate and enhance the internal decision-making process and to ensure adequate protection of the Companys legal rights, interests and objectives. Provides operational management for compliance programs led by the legal department, including firms Global Data Privacy Compliance Program, Policy Management Program and Global Anti-Corruption Compliance Program. Ensures the Companys data privacy compliance, anti-corruption compliance, enterprise risk management and other compliance policies, programs and strategies are in compliance with applicable regulations and strategic imperatives of the organization. Supports firms global compliance program efforts by conducting program planning and reviews, preparing and completing action plans and implementing measures and standards with respect to the systems of compliance management, including Review and Enhancement, Training, Communication, Record and Response. Develops and maintains tools, analytics, practices and policies to analyze compliance initiatives and conduct regular reporting and updates. Manages the functional work flow, collaboration and integration of relevant function, including, but not limited to Information Systems Technology, Human Resources, Finance, Internal Audit, Public Affairs, and Region/Local Legal Resources on key processes and procedures under the Companys relevant compliance policies. Promotes compliance and a risk-conscious culture through enterprise risk management, risk/compliance awareness, education and training at every level in the organization. Provides guidance for continuous improvement of all risk and compliance related policies, processes and procedures. Develops action plans by determining corporate compliance positions, conducting relevant research, developing strategies for complaints, investigations and administrative proceedings. Drafts, reviews, negotiates and advises on numerous contracts simultaneously, including service agreements, nondisclosure agreements, SaaS agreements, statements of work and ancillary legal documents. Ensures corporate management and operating objectives are protected and in compliance with applicable laws, rules, regulations and other legal requirements through involvement in various aspects of legal compliance, interpretation and counseling. Maintains compliance with laws and regulations enforced by various federal, state and local regulatory agencies and recommends related policies, strategies, procedures, etc. Support other legal duties and responsibilities as assigned.

The candidate should have Bachelors degree and law degrees (LL.M or J.D. degree) and admission to the State Bar of Texas or the ability to become admitted upon application, and willingness to apply for admission, to the State Bar of Texas and admission to practice. Must have 3-5 years of legal experience, preferably with experience in legal compliance work. Must have thorough knowledge of corporate policies, goals and objectives as they relate to the legal environment. Should have working knowledge of legal compliance and risk management strategic objectives, action plans, measures and standards, monitoring, reporting, education, awareness and training. Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills, tact, diplomacy and a high level of professionalism to interface with team members, outside and opposing counsel, all levels of management, independent sales force and government officials. Must have oral communication skills to effectively interact with both internal and external contacts, coordinate legal activities and formulate contracts and policy recommendations. Strong written communication skills required to draft documents, make recommendations and communicate with both internal and external customers is essential.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-07-19

Assistant General Counsel, Enterprise Compliance

Carrollton TX Assistant General Counsel, Enterprise Compliance Responsibilities: Identify compliance program needs, draft and maintain appropriate written policies, procedures, guidelines, training and related communications. Identify compliance matters that require follow-up or investigation and, as appropriate, conduct or support investigations, or otherwise refer to the appropriate internal investigating body. Work closely with business stakeholders to understand their business processes, applications and technologies and assist with adopting, implementing, updating, and operationalizing effective policies, processes, and documentation procedures with key focus areas of anti-corruption and anti-bribery, economic sanctions laws and export controls. Manage and monitor processes around managing third-party risk, including due diligence on suppliers and business partners; support compliance due diligence and approvals activities (e.g., third party screening, gifts/hospitality approvals) as needed. Conduct or oversee internal investigations into allegations of compliance breaches or violations of the law or company policy. Provide legal advice and guidance to Legal function colleagues, management and employees in the businesses and regions on key compliance risk areas, such as anti-corruption and anti-bribery, conflicts of interest, economic sanctions laws, export controls and other relevant critical areas. Develop standard contract language addressing key compliance risk areas; review and negotiate compliance-related contract provisions. Deliver and/or cascade training on compliance-related topics, latest policies, and/or procedures. Manage reporting to internal senior stakeholders and the Board of Directors or Board Committees including ensuring execution of accurate and polished deliverables within required timelines. Monitoring performance and effectiveness of the compliance program and related activities on an ongoing basis through development, collection, and analysis of key metrics. Benchmarking compliance program against programs of other like companies. Supervise and work closely with outside counsel as needed to ensure outside counsels work is satisfactory, cost-effective, and timely. Monitor the evolving jurisdictional laws globally and industry guidelines affecting the companys overall compliance program with key focus areas of anti-corruption and anti-bribery, economic sanctions laws and export controls. Conduct, guide and participate in legal and ethical risk assessments; develop and implement risk mitigation plans. Conduct pre- and post- acquisition anti-corruption due diligence work, and advise on integration of newly acquired businesses or joint ventures.

Requirements: JD Degree from accredited law school. Admitted to practice law and in good standing with 1+ state Bar. 10+ years' legal and compliance experience. Legal compliance experience with large global organizations managing or overseeing compliance-related issues internationally. Significant experience advising senior level management. Ability to conduct, guide, or lead internal investigations of suspected violations of law or policy. Demonstrated ability to analyze data and draw reasonable conclusions, and communicate clearly. Excellent writing skills. Ability to provide guidance and advice on key compliance risk areas, such as anti-corruption and anti-bribery, economic sanctions laws, export controls, and other relevant risk areas. Ability to identify and prioritize legal compliance and ethics issues, and work with management to identify appropriate direction and courses of action. Ability to work cross-functionally with stakeholders to integrate policy requirements into global operations. Ability to develop and implement risk mitigation plans. Ability to supervise and work closely with outside counsel to identify and minimize business risks and achieve strategic objectives in a timely, cost-effective manner. Ability to communicate with lawyers and businesses across diverse geographies and cultures; strong team player able to work effectively with others at various levels of the organization. Excellent analytical, problem-solving, negotiation, drafting, and communication skills. Ability to operate in a fast-paced, sophisticated and congenial work environment. Ability to work variable hours and travel, as needed, to both domestic and international locations. Preferred Background. Candidates with relevant professional experience beyond the minimum requirements will be strongly preferred. Experience conducting and leading internal investigations. Strong working knowledge of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), U.K. Bribery Act (UKBA), and other anti-corruption laws. 5+ years' relevant legal experience including: Experience as a prosecutor or in a regulatory agency/office with jurisdiction over corporate criminal/regulatory matters; or. Experience in an in-house legal department in a large global organization working on compliance-related issues in the U.S. and elsewhere; or. Experience at a major international or regional law firm, representing large, multinational corporate clients in investigative, criminal, or regulatory matters. Some relevant accounting and/or audit experience (in-house or external), including work designing, auditing, and implementing anti-fraud/corruption/sanctions controls would be a plus. Experience with compliance program management. Experience designing, deploying, analyzing, and/or using compliance risk assessments. Experience in developing, drafting, promulgating, andmaintaining policies, standards, and procedures in key risk areas. Experience in developing, implementing and/or enhancing in-house training programs. Proven project management skills. Experience with information and records governance. Strong commercial experience and skill set.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-07-06

Principal Counsel - Government Compliance

Austin TX Principal Counsel - Government Compliance The candidate will represent firm in U.S. federal, state and local licensing and services activities. Participate actively in reviewing, negotiating and drafting technology licenses and services agreements, including licensing to the public sector via direct government contracts and governmental subcontractor contracts. Act in both an advisory and a hands-on position requiring day-to-day interaction with other members of the firm legal team, sales team and licensing team as well as federal, state and local contracting officers and government attorneys. Act as a resource to business units and other legal team members seeking guidance on structuring complex transactions. Review and advise the public sector business operations and bid proposal / capture teams in responding to requests for proposals, teaming agreements, nondisclosure agreements, licensing and service agreements and related documents, including required government certifications of various types and applicable Government Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) and programs. Interface with the corporate operations, finance and other supporting cross functional organizations to answer questions and resolve issues related to public sector legal issues in support of transactional business. Periodically train public sector business, sales, and services organizations and other interested staff in public sector new developments and related issues. Periodically engage with federal, state and local contracting officers and government attorneys to resolve challenging public sector legal issues in support of the public sector contracts team. Train the enterprise and public sector business management, business operations, sales and cross functional supporting groups regarding federal and state contracting compliance requirements in support of sales and contracting activities. Provide oversight and guidance for firm internal compliance activities for the public sector business. Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of licensing and services issues and related business practices, policies and procedures, and apply knowledge and experience to non-standard and highly complex transactions. Provides exceptional customer service to internal and external customers and build strong relationships. Identify potential areas of Public Sector vulnerability and risk; develop / implement corrective action plans for resolution of problematic issues, and provide general guidance on how to avoid or deal with similar situations in the future.

The candidate must have JD degree from an accredited law school and active Bar membership. 4+ years' of experience as a contract negotiator at a government contractor or medium to large technology business is necessary. Experience with contracting / procuring with US Federal, State and Local entities is critical. Experience with U.K. and EU public sector contracting is a plus. Ability to analyse and negotiate contract or subcontract requirements, special provisions and general terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, corporate policies and business unit procedures is required. Strong working knowledge of federal and state RFP procedures, contracting programs, and GWACs is essential. Knowledge and understanding of FAR/DFARS and a GSA Schedule background is a must. Experience with the DOE is a plus. Background in reviewing solicitations and preparation of routine responses to RFIs, RFQs, RFPs is critical. Experience working with the FAR, including part 15, primarily with Commercial Items / COTS is mandatory. Understanding of Government buying vehicles, including GSA, SEWP, and other GWACs, and purchasing thresholds (Micro-purchase and Simplified Acquisition) is essential.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24
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Regulatory Compliance Attorney
Refer job# EPHY145147
 
Regulatory Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for: Monitoring current state mortgage loan origination licensing requirements and future state licensing requirements, including California Finance Lenders license; Advising on state lender, servicer, broker and other licensing requirements; Providing oversight for compliance activities to include but not limited to; Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA), and Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA); Reviewing requirements to obtain licenses in additional states such as AZ and/or NV; Outlining pros and cons of expansion into new states and recommend next steps; Draft, update, and maintain various compliance policies and processes; Responding to external inquiries and conduct internal compliance reviews (in partnership with appropriate parties); working closely with CFO and VP of accounting & Finance to implements corrective action protocols and prepare reports; Developing processes for tacking key performance indicators and other metrics to identify and mitigate potential operational risks and evaluating the effectiveness of the compliance process; Becoming the resident expert on applicant regulations and industry guidelines; Reviewing laws, regulations, agency orders and related regulatory announcements to assess business impact; Developing short and long-term strategies to manage regulatory issues. Should have a J.D from an accredited law school and in good standing with the U.S. State Bar. Should have 2-5 years of applicable legal experience providing advice on mortgage origination compliance matters and the technical compliance challenges related to the origination of mortgage loans. Someone with strong business acumen with the ability to balance legal and business requirements is essential. Should have someone with excellent verbal and written communication/presentation skills. Should preferably have 5+ years of applicable legal experience providing advice on mortgage origination compliance matters and the technical compliance challenges related to the origination of mortgage loans.
 
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Contracts and Compliance Counsel
Refer job# GFGD145138
 
Contracts and Compliance Counsel The candidate is responsible for the development of program framework and execution of strategy for the Companys efforts related to its compliance programs. Serves as a corporate generalist, assisting with legal projects, as assigned, providing practical, business savvy, legal advice and counsel for the Company and its subsidiaries. Drafts, reviews, negotiates and advises on a variety of contracts and provides guidance and strategic counsel to the Company on commercial issues which arise from day-to-day operations. Collaborates with other members of the global legal team to provide risk-based legal advice and counsel. Coordinates, conducts and oversees development of legal research and analysis to facilitate and enhance the internal decision-making process and to ensure adequate protection of the Companys legal rights, interests and objectives. Provides operational management for compliance programs led by the legal department, including firms Global Data Privacy Compliance Program, Policy Management Program and Global Anti-Corruption Compliance Program. Ensures the Companys data privacy compliance, anti-corruption compliance, enterprise risk management and other compliance policies, programs and strategies are in compliance with applicable regulations and strategic imperatives of the organization. Supports firms global compliance program efforts by conducting program planning and reviews, preparing and completing action plans and implementing measures and standards with respect to the systems of compliance management, including Review and Enhancement, Training, Communication, Record and Response. Develops and maintains tools, analytics, practices and policies to analyze compliance initiatives and conduct regular reporting and updates. Manages the functional work flow, collaboration and integration of relevant function, including, but not limited to Information Systems Technology, Human Resources, Finance, Internal Audit, Public Affairs, and Region/Local Legal Resources on key processes and procedures under the Companys relevant compliance policies. Promotes compliance and a risk-conscious culture through enterprise risk management, risk/compliance awareness, education and training at every level in the organization. Provides guidance for continuous improvement of all risk and compliance related policies, processes and procedures. Develops action plans by determining corporate compliance positions, conducting relevant research, developing strategies for complaints, investigations and administrative proceedings. Drafts, reviews, negotiates and advises on numerous contracts simultaneously, including service agreements, nondisclosure agreements, SaaS agreements, statements of work and ancillary legal documents. Ensures corporate management and operating objectives are protected and in compliance with applicable laws, rules, regulations and other legal requirements through involvement in various aspects of legal compliance, interpretation and counseling. Maintains compliance with laws and regulations enforced by various federal, state and local regulatory agencies and recommends related policies, strategies, procedures, etc. Support other legal duties and responsibilities as assigned.

The candidate should have Bachelors degree and law degrees (LL.M or J.D. degree) and admission to the State Bar of Texas or the ability to become admitted upon application, and willingness to apply for admission, to the State Bar of Texas and admission to practice. Must have 3-5 years of legal experience, preferably with experience in legal compliance work. Must have thorough knowledge of corporate policies, goals and objectives as they relate to the legal environment. Should have working knowledge of legal compliance and risk management strategic objectives, action plans, measures and standards, monitoring, reporting, education, awareness and training. Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills, tact, diplomacy and a high level of professionalism to interface with team members, outside and opposing counsel, all levels of management, independent sales force and government officials. Must have oral communication skills to effectively interact with both internal and external contacts, coordinate legal activities and formulate contracts and policy recommendations. Strong written communication skills required to draft documents, make recommendations and communicate with both internal and external customers is essential.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Assistant General Counsel, Enterprise Compliance
Refer job# RDTM144904
 
Assistant General Counsel, Enterprise Compliance Responsibilities: Identify compliance program needs, draft and maintain appropriate written policies, procedures, guidelines, training and related communications. Identify compliance matters that require follow-up or investigation and, as appropriate, conduct or support investigations, or otherwise refer to the appropriate internal investigating body. Work closely with business stakeholders to understand their business processes, applications and technologies and assist with adopting, implementing, updating, and operationalizing effective policies, processes, and documentation procedures with key focus areas of anti-corruption and anti-bribery, economic sanctions laws and export controls. Manage and monitor processes around managing third-party risk, including due diligence on suppliers and business partners; support compliance due diligence and approvals activities (e.g., third party screening, gifts/hospitality approvals) as needed. Conduct or oversee internal investigations into allegations of compliance breaches or violations of the law or company policy. Provide legal advice and guidance to Legal function colleagues, management and employees in the businesses and regions on key compliance risk areas, such as anti-corruption and anti-bribery, conflicts of interest, economic sanctions laws, export controls and other relevant critical areas. Develop standard contract language addressing key compliance risk areas; review and negotiate compliance-related contract provisions. Deliver and/or cascade training on compliance-related topics, latest policies, and/or procedures. Manage reporting to internal senior stakeholders and the Board of Directors or Board Committees including ensuring execution of accurate and polished deliverables within required timelines. Monitoring performance and effectiveness of the compliance program and related activities on an ongoing basis through development, collection, and analysis of key metrics. Benchmarking compliance program against programs of other like companies. Supervise and work closely with outside counsel as needed to ensure outside counsels work is satisfactory, cost-effective, and timely. Monitor the evolving jurisdictional laws globally and industry guidelines affecting the companys overall compliance program with key focus areas of anti-corruption and anti-bribery, economic sanctions laws and export controls. Conduct, guide and participate in legal and ethical risk assessments; develop and implement risk mitigation plans. Conduct pre- and post- acquisition anti-corruption due diligence work, and advise on integration of newly acquired businesses or joint ventures.

Requirements: JD Degree from accredited law school. Admitted to practice law and in good standing with 1+ state Bar. 10+ years' legal and compliance experience. Legal compliance experience with large global organizations managing or overseeing compliance-related issues internationally. Significant experience advising senior level management. Ability to conduct, guide, or lead internal investigations of suspected violations of law or policy. Demonstrated ability to analyze data and draw reasonable conclusions, and communicate clearly. Excellent writing skills. Ability to provide guidance and advice on key compliance risk areas, such as anti-corruption and anti-bribery, economic sanctions laws, export controls, and other relevant risk areas. Ability to identify and prioritize legal compliance and ethics issues, and work with management to identify appropriate direction and courses of action. Ability to work cross-functionally with stakeholders to integrate policy requirements into global operations. Ability to develop and implement risk mitigation plans. Ability to supervise and work closely with outside counsel to identify and minimize business risks and achieve strategic objectives in a timely, cost-effective manner. Ability to communicate with lawyers and businesses across diverse geographies and cultures; strong team player able to work effectively with others at various levels of the organization. Excellent analytical, problem-solving, negotiation, drafting, and communication skills. Ability to operate in a fast-paced, sophisticated and congenial work environment. Ability to work variable hours and travel, as needed, to both domestic and international locations. Preferred Background. Candidates with relevant professional experience beyond the minimum requirements will be strongly preferred. Experience conducting and leading internal investigations. Strong working knowledge of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), U.K. Bribery Act (UKBA), and other anti-corruption laws. 5+ years' relevant legal experience including: Experience as a prosecutor or in a regulatory agency/office with jurisdiction over corporate criminal/regulatory matters; or. Experience in an in-house legal department in a large global organization working on compliance-related issues in the U.S. and elsewhere; or. Experience at a major international or regional law firm, representing large, multinational corporate clients in investigative, criminal, or regulatory matters. Some relevant accounting and/or audit experience (in-house or external), including work designing, auditing, and implementing anti-fraud/corruption/sanctions controls would be a plus. Experience with compliance program management. Experience designing, deploying, analyzing, and/or using compliance risk assessments. Experience in developing, drafting, promulgating, andmaintaining policies, standards, and procedures in key risk areas. Experience in developing, implementing and/or enhancing in-house training programs. Proven project management skills. Experience with information and records governance. Strong commercial experience and skill set.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Principal Counsel - Government Compliance
Refer job# ULKT144710
 
Principal Counsel - Government Compliance The candidate will represent firm in U.S. federal, state and local licensing and services activities. Participate actively in reviewing, negotiating and drafting technology licenses and services agreements, including licensing to the public sector via direct government contracts and governmental subcontractor contracts. Act in both an advisory and a hands-on position requiring day-to-day interaction with other members of the firm legal team, sales team and licensing team as well as federal, state and local contracting officers and government attorneys. Act as a resource to business units and other legal team members seeking guidance on structuring complex transactions. Review and advise the public sector business operations and bid proposal / capture teams in responding to requests for proposals, teaming agreements, nondisclosure agreements, licensing and service agreements and related documents, including required government certifications of various types and applicable Government Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) and programs. Interface with the corporate operations, finance and other supporting cross functional organizations to answer questions and resolve issues related to public sector legal issues in support of transactional business. Periodically train public sector business, sales, and services organizations and other interested staff in public sector new developments and related issues. Periodically engage with federal, state and local contracting officers and government attorneys to resolve challenging public sector legal issues in support of the public sector contracts team. Train the enterprise and public sector business management, business operations, sales and cross functional supporting groups regarding federal and state contracting compliance requirements in support of sales and contracting activities. Provide oversight and guidance for firm internal compliance activities for the public sector business. Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of licensing and services issues and related business practices, policies and procedures, and apply knowledge and experience to non-standard and highly complex transactions. Provides exceptional customer service to internal and external customers and build strong relationships. Identify potential areas of Public Sector vulnerability and risk; develop / implement corrective action plans for resolution of problematic issues, and provide general guidance on how to avoid or deal with similar situations in the future.

The candidate must have JD degree from an accredited law school and active Bar membership. 4+ years' of experience as a contract negotiator at a government contractor or medium to large technology business is necessary. Experience with contracting / procuring with US Federal, State and Local entities is critical. Experience with U.K. and EU public sector contracting is a plus. Ability to analyse and negotiate contract or subcontract requirements, special provisions and general terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, corporate policies and business unit procedures is required. Strong working knowledge of federal and state RFP procedures, contracting programs, and GWACs is essential. Knowledge and understanding of FAR/DFARS and a GSA Schedule background is a must. Experience with the DOE is a plus. Background in reviewing solicitations and preparation of routine responses to RFIs, RFQs, RFPs is critical. Experience working with the FAR, including part 15, primarily with Commercial Items / COTS is mandatory. Understanding of Government buying vehicles, including GSA, SEWP, and other GWACs, and purchasing thresholds (Micro-purchase and Simplified Acquisition) is essential.
 
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