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Counsel, Global Integrity And Compliance

San Francisco CA Counsel, Global Integrity and Compliance Duties: Operate with integrity and on preventing, detecting and responding to unethical or illegal conduct. Overseeing global Anti-Corruption Program, designing and implementing compliance risk mitigation plans, and enforcing our Code of Business Conduct (COBC), including participating in the investigation of alleged compliance concerns. Oversee the global Anti-Corruption Program, with support from compliance directors in international markets - ensure the program is updated based on developments in global laws and external trends in the marketplace, includes conducting benchmarking and maintaining a pulse of DOJ, SEC and other global government agencies expectations and guidelines. Assess and evolve third-party compliance program and due diligence processes as necessary to ensure appropriate identification and mitigation of risk; Review escalated due diligence reports for key international markets (e.g., China, Mexico and Italy) and advise colleagues and business partners on appropriate next steps; Ensure appropriate training for the process is delivered to target audiences; Conduct periodic review and audits of the process, including developing and implementing action plans for process improvements as necessary. Serve as subject matter expert on US and international anti-corruption laws, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and the UK Bribery Act, to advise the business on new or evolving initiatives and inform the COBC Program on communications and training, includes helping develop content for training or communications to target audiences, and developing policy changes related to changes in laws or best practices; also includes advising on challenges to standard anti-corruption contractual provisions, as needed. Demonstrated ability to understand and apply OFAC and other sanctions regulations to complex transactions, products and services. In depth understanding of reporting requirements with an ability to manage preparation and submission of required regulatory reports. Evaluate the effectiveness of and improve upon controls in place to prevent or detect unethical/illegal conduct. Prepare periodic reports on the program's progress for the Audit & Finance Committee of the Board of Directors and the Global Integrity Committee. Develop investigation strategy, lead investigators, conduct interviews, as needed, and ensure proper corrective action and documentation. Assist with COBC Compliance Audits - conducting audits as directed by Global Integrity.

Qualifications: JD Degree required; Licensed to practice law in the US with 7+ years of experience. Proven track record of success partnering with business leaders on providing strategic guidance; Practical mindset with ability to balance legal risk with business impact. Prior relevant work experience managing a corporate compliance program. Experience working with international markets - Expert in anti-corruption laws, including FCPA and UK Bribery Act. Well-versed in legal guidelines (e.g., the US Federal Sentencing Guidelines) and corporate governance best practices. Certified compliance professional is a plus. Franchise and privacy-related compliance experience a plus. Proven experience working with senior management and influencing different stakeholders in a dynamic environment.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-18

Lead Counsel, Competition Compliance

Menlo Park CA Lead Counsel, Competition Compliance The candidate will assist in the design, implementation, and continuous improvement of company-wide competition compliance programs and initiatives. Support the development of compliance policies, processes, and training on complying with global competition laws. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations and risk assessments. Support compliance with ongoing regulatory reporting obligations. Actively collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as Product, Public Policy, Communications, and Human Resources to coordinate compliance programs and initiatives. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives. Should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state bar. Must have 5+ years of legal experience within antitrust experience at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Must have business judgment and client counseling experience. Preferably have experience with antitrust/competition compliance design and implementation. Work experience at an internet or technology company is desired. Experience collaborating and advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment is a plus. Experience explaining topics and gaining support and consensus from multiple stakeholders is an asset. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-16

Associate Principal Counsel Compliance

Burbank CA Associate Principal Counsel - Compliance Duties: Assist with providing advice and counsel regarding anti-corruption laws and the Company's Standards of Business Conduct and other compliance policies. Assist with providing compliance advice regarding gifts, hospitality, and business courtesies. Collaborating with various business and legal stakeholders to support North American business lines. Working with the global compliance team to evaluate the need for and develop enhancements to the Company's compliance efforts. Working with the global compliance team to design and implement compliance risk mitigation strategies. Performing anti-corruption risk assessments. Monitoring legal and regulatory developments, working with the Principal Counsel to assess the potential impact for global stakeholders, supporting and advising on implementation strategies to comply with legal and regulatory changes. Assisting with investigations and remediation as needed. Legal research. Performing due diligence regarding potential third party business partners. Managing compliance workflows, specifically, assessing levels of risk, implementing controls, and tracking due diligence, training, contracts and approvals of third parties. Managing various legal research platforms and other systems to conduct due diligence. Training and Awareness. Providing training to Company employees, and others, regarding the Standards of Business Conduct and anti-corruption. Undertaking special projects and other compliance related initiatives as needed. Effectively providing direction to and collaborating with compliance professionals, including paralegals. Performing duties with a high-level of professionalism and courtesy.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited law school Admission to California Bar or qualified to be admitted as Registered In-House Counsel. 6+ years experience in law firm, government agency or in-house with significant experience with anti-corruption compliance. Experience in providing training in a group setting is an asset. Experience setting priorities and multi-tasking. Committed to creating and promoting an inclusive environment. Must be team-oriented and have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment with a solution oriented, problem solving approach to issues. Self-starter who works well independently, with some supervision, as well as in a team, in a rapidly changing workplace that requires flexibility. Demonstrated ability to identify and analyze issues, evaluate risk and exercise sound legal judgment. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and client relationship skills. Ability to work in an environment with a high degree of confidentiality and integrity.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-15

General Counsel And Compliance Officer

Carlsbad CA General Counsel and Compliance Officer Candidate will, As General Counsel: Serve and participate as a member of the Navigate executive/leadership team. Manage a wide variety of legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provide day-to-day legal leadership and management that mirror the mission and core values of Navigate. Draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of business contracts, including licenses, sub-licenses, master services agreements, material transfer agreements, vendor agreements, non-disclosure agreements, clinical trial related agreements, manufacturing and supply agreements, collaborative research agreements and employee related agreements. Provide legal advice to internal teams on all legal matters, including transaction structure, employment issues, contract interpretation, compliance and enforcement, risk assessment, and legal and regulatory compliance. In coordination with the commercial function, participate in business development strategy, discussions and negotiations. Participate in the definition and development of corporate policies, procedures and programs. Oversee the selection, retention, management and evaluation of all outside counsel. Manage and support all Navigate corporate governance, including Navigate's corporate minute book and drafting Board consents and resolutions. Represent Navigate with clients, investors, and business partners. Oversee the work of the department paralegal/contracts manager and assistant. Manage and collaborate with IP counsel. As Compliance Officer: Establish and implement compliance program based on internal policies and guidelines/implementing procedures (Code of Ethics, SpeakUp process and Anti-Bribery policy) as well as applicable local laws and regulations, including industry code, where applicable. Establish processes and SOPs for relevant compliance policies. Collaborate with the Novartis Oncology (US) Compliance Head in the assessment of compliance coverage, skills and resources and provide him/her with regular updates on the Navigate compliance program, risks and mitigation efforts. Actively involve country/region leadership, as needed, to leverage integrity messages and to maintain high level of awareness (tone from the top). Continually provide advice and guidance to the business on compliance topics and challenges (including on the required approval processes). Together with the relevant members of the local leadership team, foster ethical behavior by ensuring that compliance criteria are included in objectives/incentive process. Advise Navigate leadership team on compliance related topics and compliance aspects of major initiatives. Actively engage in industry associations and other compliance related stakeholder groups. Conduct an annual risk-assessment to monitor the top compliance risk areas for Navigate. Ensure allegations of misconduct are reported in a timely manner to the SpeakUp Office. If possible and as requested, support or conduct investigations of alleged misconduct based on allocation of responsibility by the SpeakUp Office. Support Navigate IRC in proposing and implementing sanctions related to SpeakUp cases for consistency of sanctions throughout the company (BPO resolution process). As a member of Navigate Executive Management Team support the development, implementation, and effectiveness of the Quality Management System (QMS) and strive to maintain and continually improve its effectiveness. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2021-09-01

Senior Counsel, Legal Compliance Investigations Ethics And Legal Compliance

Santa Clara CA Senior Counsel, Legal Compliance Investigations Ethics and Legal Compliance The candidate will serve as Senior Counsel, Corporate Legal Investigations in the Ethics and Legal Compliance Group (ELC) reporting to the Director of Corporate Legal Investigations. Conduct, and coordinate internal investigations concerning potential Code of Conduct, conflicts of interest, financial misconduct, and other violations of internal Intel policies or the law that may present compliance or legal risk to Intel. Document investigative steps and draft robust investigations report for business review. Conduct root cause analyses of misconduct and develop appropriate remediation in response to the identified misconduct. Assess and manage known risks and also identify new emerging risks across business units and geographies. Coordinate across regional Ethics and Compliance counsel to ensure the implementation of appropriate internal investigation methods, standards, and approaches across regions and enhance the team's ability to project strong and consistent compliance standards across the company. Support the management of the company's anonymous Ethics and Compliance hotline. Partner with Internal Audit, Human Resources, Legal, Corporate Security, Information Security, and other internal organizations on our cross-functional investigations governance team.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor (JD) degree and current State Bar membership with 8+ years of legal practice, including significant investigations experience in the areas of antitrust, anticorruption (including FCPA, UK Bribery Act, and other anti-corruption laws), or other regulatory fields. Must have 5+ years of experience conducting investigations in multiple jurisdictions and countries and developing at a multi-national company. Must be a seasoned attorney with significant corporate investigation experience. Should preferably have a track record of successfully building relationships with internal stakeholders and conducting internal investigations. Should have demonstrated success in influencing and interacting at all levels of a corporation and in multiple geographies. Significant law enforcement (DOJ or other agency) and in-house experience at a large multi-national company are strongly preferred. Should preferably possess exceptional written and oral communication skills, including excellent interpersonal skills. Must have outstanding judgment and discretion on confidential matters. The ability to prioritize, multi-task, meet deadlines, and maintain flexibility in a fast-paced, ambiguous, and changing environment is needed.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-08-27

Associate General Counsel, Global Hardware Product Compliance

Menlo Park CA Associate General Counsel, Global Hardware Product Compliance Responsibilities: Provide day-to-day legal counsel to a broad range of business and legal partners on risk and legal obligations concerning electrical safety, wireless technology, hardware circularity, material content, chemical regulation, dangerous goods/hazmat, producer responsibility obligations, recyclability, and batteries. Provide guidance on regulatory engagement strategy and coordinate response to regulatory inquiries and enforcement actions. Review and advise on key regulatory filings and briefing documents. Advise on global hardware product compliance obligations arising under contracts, licenses, laws, regulations, and other legal requirements. Monitor emerging global hardware product laws and regulations potentially applicable to's products. Lead cross-functional response to new global hardware product regulations. Partner with Trade and Logistics teams in developing end-to-end strategies for the compliant movement of goods and equipment throughout the value chain. Assess opportunities for developing policies, resources, tools, and processes to scale compliance counseling that optimizes compliance impact. Develop and align global hardware product compliance policies and programs mapped to the pillars of an effective compliance program. Develop, support, and execute key training for targeted audiences. Support escalations of material hardware product compliance risks to leadership. Maintain strong, trust-based relationships across a broad-range of business and legal verticals. Travel domestically and internationally as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree with membership in at least one U.S. state bar (or foreign equivalent). 8+ years of experience counseling clients on environmental law and dangerous goods with respect to hardware products. Experience advising and training diverse populations. Record of strategic and out-of-the-box approach to compliance counseling. Interpersonal skills and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality. Preferred Qualifications: In-house experience representing technology companies on product compliance regulatory matters. This includes delivering regulatory advice for technology advancing faster than applicable policies and regulatory regimes. Experience delivering practical advice under pressure and prioritizing work. Interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems, including proven skills leading projects or programs that rely on and bring together - multiple teams.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-08-25

Associate General Counsel, Global Hardware Product Compliance

San Francisco CA Associate General Counsel, Global Hardware Product Compliance Responsibilities: Provide day-to-day legal counsel to a broad range of business and legal partners on risk and legal obligations concerning electrical safety, wireless technology, hardware circularity, material content, chemical regulation, dangerous goods/hazmat, producer responsibility obligations, recyclability, and batteries. Provide guidance on regulatory engagement strategy and coordinate response to regulatory inquiries and enforcement actions. Review and advise on key regulatory filings and briefing documents. Advise on global hardware product compliance obligations arising under contracts, licenses, laws, regulations, and other legal requirements. Monitor emerging global hardware product laws and regulations potentially applicable to's products. Lead cross-functional response to new global hardware product regulations. Partner with Trade and Logistics teams in developing end-to-end strategies for the compliant movement of goods and equipment throughout the value chain. Assess opportunities for developing policies, resources, tools, and processes to scale compliance counseling that optimizes compliance impact. Develop and align global hardware product compliance policies and programs mapped to the pillars of an effective compliance program. Develop, support, and execute key training for targeted audiences. Support escalations of material hardware product compliance risks to leadership. Maintain strong, trust-based relationships across a broad-range of business and legal verticals. Travel domestically and internationally as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree with membership in at least one U.S. state bar (or foreign equivalent). 8+ years of experience counseling clients on environmental law and dangerous goods with respect to hardware products. Experience advising and training diverse populations. Record of strategic and out-of-the-box approach to compliance counseling. Interpersonal skills and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality. Preferred Qualifications: In-house experience representing technology companies on product compliance regulatory matters. This includes delivering regulatory advice for technology advancing faster than applicable policies and regulatory regimes. Experience delivering practical advice under pressure and prioritizing work. Interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems, including proven skills leading projects or programs that rely on and bring together - multiple teams.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-08-25

Compliance Attorney

Folsom CA Compliance Attorney The candidate will apply knowledge of and experience in implementing corporate compliance programming to provide business-minded solutions under Intel's Code of Conduct. Be responsible for providing legal support to and conducting due diligence and risk assessments relating to Human Rights. Support certain of Intel's Ethics program initiatives, including developing and delivering effective communications and training on ethics and compliance matters. Manage monitoring and reporting on Intel's culture of integrity, including developing enhancements to drive Intel's ethics culture surveys. Provide overall ethics and compliance program support. Should have 5+ years in corporate in-house compliance department, law firm, or government. Must have Juris Doctor (JD) degree and current state bar membership. Second language proficiency preferred. Previous government law enforcement experience preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-08-25

Compliance Attorney

Santa Clara CA Compliance Attorney The candidate will apply knowledge of and experience in implementing corporate compliance programming to provide business-minded solutions under Intel's Code of Conduct. Be responsible for providing legal support to and conducting due diligence and risk assessments relating to Human Rights. Support certain of Intel's Ethics program initiatives, including developing and delivering effective communications and training on ethics and compliance matters. Manage monitoring and reporting on Intel's culture of integrity, including developing enhancements to drive Intel's ethics culture surveys. Provide overall ethics and compliance program support. Should have 5+ years in corporate in-house compliance department, law firm, or government. Must have Juris Doctor (JD) degree and current state bar membership. Second language proficiency preferred. Previous government law enforcement experience preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-08-25
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Strategic Counselor, Compliance The candidate will assist with legal advice and counseling, communications, and project management on high-priority, cross-functional legal issues. Will play a key role in supporting initiatives across the company, an... + read more

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Lead Counsel, Sales
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Counsel, Global Integrity And Compliance
Refer job# ETMD161981
 
Counsel, Global Integrity and Compliance Duties: Operate with integrity and on preventing, detecting and responding to unethical or illegal conduct. Overseeing global Anti-Corruption Program, designing and implementing compliance risk mitigation plans, and enforcing our Code of Business Conduct (COBC), including participating in the investigation of alleged compliance concerns. Oversee the global Anti-Corruption Program, with support from compliance directors in international markets - ensure the program is updated based on developments in global laws and external trends in the marketplace, includes conducting benchmarking and maintaining a pulse of DOJ, SEC and other global government agencies expectations and guidelines. Assess and evolve third-party compliance program and due diligence processes as necessary to ensure appropriate identification and mitigation of risk; Review escalated due diligence reports for key international markets (e.g., China, Mexico and Italy) and advise colleagues and business partners on appropriate next steps; Ensure appropriate training for the process is delivered to target audiences; Conduct periodic review and audits of the process, including developing and implementing action plans for process improvements as necessary. Serve as subject matter expert on US and international anti-corruption laws, including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and the UK Bribery Act, to advise the business on new or evolving initiatives and inform the COBC Program on communications and training, includes helping develop content for training or communications to target audiences, and developing policy changes related to changes in laws or best practices; also includes advising on challenges to standard anti-corruption contractual provisions, as needed. Demonstrated ability to understand and apply OFAC and other sanctions regulations to complex transactions, products and services. In depth understanding of reporting requirements with an ability to manage preparation and submission of required regulatory reports. Evaluate the effectiveness of and improve upon controls in place to prevent or detect unethical/illegal conduct. Prepare periodic reports on the program's progress for the Audit & Finance Committee of the Board of Directors and the Global Integrity Committee. Develop investigation strategy, lead investigators, conduct interviews, as needed, and ensure proper corrective action and documentation. Assist with COBC Compliance Audits - conducting audits as directed by Global Integrity.

Qualifications: JD Degree required; Licensed to practice law in the US with 7+ years of experience. Proven track record of success partnering with business leaders on providing strategic guidance; Practical mindset with ability to balance legal risk with business impact. Prior relevant work experience managing a corporate compliance program. Experience working with international markets - Expert in anti-corruption laws, including FCPA and UK Bribery Act. Well-versed in legal guidelines (e.g., the US Federal Sentencing Guidelines) and corporate governance best practices. Certified compliance professional is a plus. Franchise and privacy-related compliance experience a plus. Proven experience working with senior management and influencing different stakeholders in a dynamic environment.
 
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Lead Counsel, Competition Compliance
Refer job# RVLE161864
 
Lead Counsel, Competition Compliance The candidate will assist in the design, implementation, and continuous improvement of company-wide competition compliance programs and initiatives. Support the development of compliance policies, processes, and training on complying with global competition laws. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations and risk assessments. Support compliance with ongoing regulatory reporting obligations. Actively collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as Product, Public Policy, Communications, and Human Resources to coordinate compliance programs and initiatives. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives. Should have a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one US state bar. Must have 5+ years of legal experience within antitrust experience at a law firm and/or in-house experience. Must have business judgment and client counseling experience. Preferably have experience with antitrust/competition compliance design and implementation. Work experience at an internet or technology company is desired. Experience collaborating and advancing projects in a multi-stakeholder environment is a plus. Experience explaining topics and gaining support and consensus from multiple stakeholders is an asset.
 
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Associate Principal Counsel Compliance
Refer job# WFSK161790
 
Associate Principal Counsel - Compliance Duties: Assist with providing advice and counsel regarding anti-corruption laws and the Company's Standards of Business Conduct and other compliance policies. Assist with providing compliance advice regarding gifts, hospitality, and business courtesies. Collaborating with various business and legal stakeholders to support North American business lines. Working with the global compliance team to evaluate the need for and develop enhancements to the Company's compliance efforts. Working with the global compliance team to design and implement compliance risk mitigation strategies. Performing anti-corruption risk assessments. Monitoring legal and regulatory developments, working with the Principal Counsel to assess the potential impact for global stakeholders, supporting and advising on implementation strategies to comply with legal and regulatory changes. Assisting with investigations and remediation as needed. Legal research. Performing due diligence regarding potential third party business partners. Managing compliance workflows, specifically, assessing levels of risk, implementing controls, and tracking due diligence, training, contracts and approvals of third parties. Managing various legal research platforms and other systems to conduct due diligence. Training and Awareness. Providing training to Company employees, and others, regarding the Standards of Business Conduct and anti-corruption. Undertaking special projects and other compliance related initiatives as needed. Effectively providing direction to and collaborating with compliance professionals, including paralegals. Performing duties with a high-level of professionalism and courtesy.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited law school Admission to California Bar or qualified to be admitted as Registered In-House Counsel. 6+ years experience in law firm, government agency or in-house with significant experience with anti-corruption compliance. Experience in providing training in a group setting is an asset. Experience setting priorities and multi-tasking. Committed to creating and promoting an inclusive environment. Must be team-oriented and have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment with a solution oriented, problem solving approach to issues. Self-starter who works well independently, with some supervision, as well as in a team, in a rapidly changing workplace that requires flexibility. Demonstrated ability to identify and analyze issues, evaluate risk and exercise sound legal judgment. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and client relationship skills. Ability to work in an environment with a high degree of confidentiality and integrity.
 
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General Counsel And Compliance Officer
Refer job# AGWU161414
 
General Counsel and Compliance Officer Candidate will, As General Counsel: Serve and participate as a member of the Navigate executive/leadership team. Manage a wide variety of legal matters pertaining to the organization. Provide day-to-day legal leadership and management that mirror the mission and core values of Navigate. Draft, review and negotiate a wide variety of business contracts, including licenses, sub-licenses, master services agreements, material transfer agreements, vendor agreements, non-disclosure agreements, clinical trial related agreements, manufacturing and supply agreements, collaborative research agreements and employee related agreements. Provide legal advice to internal teams on all legal matters, including transaction structure, employment issues, contract interpretation, compliance and enforcement, risk assessment, and legal and regulatory compliance. In coordination with the commercial function, participate in business development strategy, discussions and negotiations. Participate in the definition and development of corporate policies, procedures and programs. Oversee the selection, retention, management and evaluation of all outside counsel. Manage and support all Navigate corporate governance, including Navigate's corporate minute book and drafting Board consents and resolutions. Represent Navigate with clients, investors, and business partners. Oversee the work of the department paralegal/contracts manager and assistant. Manage and collaborate with IP counsel. As Compliance Officer: Establish and implement compliance program based on internal policies and guidelines/implementing procedures (Code of Ethics, SpeakUp process and Anti-Bribery policy) as well as applicable local laws and regulations, including industry code, where applicable. Establish processes and SOPs for relevant compliance policies. Collaborate with the Novartis Oncology (US) Compliance Head in the assessment of compliance coverage, skills and resources and provide him/her with regular updates on the Navigate compliance program, risks and mitigation efforts. Actively involve country/region leadership, as needed, to leverage integrity messages and to maintain high level of awareness (tone from the top). Continually provide advice and guidance to the business on compliance topics and challenges (including on the required approval processes). Together with the relevant members of the local leadership team, foster ethical behavior by ensuring that compliance criteria are included in objectives/incentive process. Advise Navigate leadership team on compliance related topics and compliance aspects of major initiatives. Actively engage in industry associations and other compliance related stakeholder groups. Conduct an annual risk-assessment to monitor the top compliance risk areas for Navigate. Ensure allegations of misconduct are reported in a timely manner to the SpeakUp Office. If possible and as requested, support or conduct investigations of alleged misconduct based on allocation of responsibility by the SpeakUp Office. Support Navigate IRC in proposing and implementing sanctions related to SpeakUp cases for consistency of sanctions throughout the company (BPO resolution process). As a member of Navigate Executive Management Team support the development, implementation, and effectiveness of the Quality Management System (QMS) and strive to maintain and continually improve its effectiveness.
 
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Senior Counsel, Legal Compliance Investigations Ethics And Legal Compliance
Refer job# WGAC161176
 
Senior Counsel, Legal Compliance Investigations Ethics and Legal Compliance The candidate will serve as Senior Counsel, Corporate Legal Investigations in the Ethics and Legal Compliance Group (ELC) reporting to the Director of Corporate Legal Investigations. Conduct, and coordinate internal investigations concerning potential Code of Conduct, conflicts of interest, financial misconduct, and other violations of internal Intel policies or the law that may present compliance or legal risk to Intel. Document investigative steps and draft robust investigations report for business review. Conduct root cause analyses of misconduct and develop appropriate remediation in response to the identified misconduct. Assess and manage known risks and also identify new emerging risks across business units and geographies. Coordinate across regional Ethics and Compliance counsel to ensure the implementation of appropriate internal investigation methods, standards, and approaches across regions and enhance the team's ability to project strong and consistent compliance standards across the company. Support the management of the company's anonymous Ethics and Compliance hotline. Partner with Internal Audit, Human Resources, Legal, Corporate Security, Information Security, and other internal organizations on our cross-functional investigations governance team.

The candidate should have a Juris Doctor (JD) degree and current State Bar membership with 8+ years of legal practice, including significant investigations experience in the areas of antitrust, anticorruption (including FCPA, UK Bribery Act, and other anti-corruption laws), or other regulatory fields. Must have 5+ years of experience conducting investigations in multiple jurisdictions and countries and developing at a multi-national company. Must be a seasoned attorney with significant corporate investigation experience. Should preferably have a track record of successfully building relationships with internal stakeholders and conducting internal investigations. Should have demonstrated success in influencing and interacting at all levels of a corporation and in multiple geographies. Significant law enforcement (DOJ or other agency) and in-house experience at a large multi-national company are strongly preferred. Should preferably possess exceptional written and oral communication skills, including excellent interpersonal skills. Must have outstanding judgment and discretion on confidential matters. The ability to prioritize, multi-task, meet deadlines, and maintain flexibility in a fast-paced, ambiguous, and changing environment is needed.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Global Hardware Product Compliance
Refer job# GMGJ161094
 
Associate General Counsel, Global Hardware Product Compliance Responsibilities: Provide day-to-day legal counsel to a broad range of business and legal partners on risk and legal obligations concerning electrical safety, wireless technology, hardware circularity, material content, chemical regulation, dangerous goods/hazmat, producer responsibility obligations, recyclability, and batteries. Provide guidance on regulatory engagement strategy and coordinate response to regulatory inquiries and enforcement actions. Review and advise on key regulatory filings and briefing documents. Advise on global hardware product compliance obligations arising under contracts, licenses, laws, regulations, and other legal requirements. Monitor emerging global hardware product laws and regulations potentially applicable to's products. Lead cross-functional response to new global hardware product regulations. Partner with Trade and Logistics teams in developing end-to-end strategies for the compliant movement of goods and equipment throughout the value chain. Assess opportunities for developing policies, resources, tools, and processes to scale compliance counseling that optimizes compliance impact. Develop and align global hardware product compliance policies and programs mapped to the pillars of an effective compliance program. Develop, support, and execute key training for targeted audiences. Support escalations of material hardware product compliance risks to leadership. Maintain strong, trust-based relationships across a broad-range of business and legal verticals. Travel domestically and internationally as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree with membership in at least one U.S. state bar (or foreign equivalent). 8+ years of experience counseling clients on environmental law and dangerous goods with respect to hardware products. Experience advising and training diverse populations. Record of strategic and out-of-the-box approach to compliance counseling. Interpersonal skills and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality. Preferred Qualifications: In-house experience representing technology companies on product compliance regulatory matters. This includes delivering regulatory advice for technology advancing faster than applicable policies and regulatory regimes. Experience delivering practical advice under pressure and prioritizing work. Interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems, including proven skills leading projects or programs that rely on and bring together - multiple teams.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Global Hardware Product Compliance
Refer job# CNOE161096
 
Associate General Counsel, Global Hardware Product Compliance Responsibilities: Provide day-to-day legal counsel to a broad range of business and legal partners on risk and legal obligations concerning electrical safety, wireless technology, hardware circularity, material content, chemical regulation, dangerous goods/hazmat, producer responsibility obligations, recyclability, and batteries. Provide guidance on regulatory engagement strategy and coordinate response to regulatory inquiries and enforcement actions. Review and advise on key regulatory filings and briefing documents. Advise on global hardware product compliance obligations arising under contracts, licenses, laws, regulations, and other legal requirements. Monitor emerging global hardware product laws and regulations potentially applicable to's products. Lead cross-functional response to new global hardware product regulations. Partner with Trade and Logistics teams in developing end-to-end strategies for the compliant movement of goods and equipment throughout the value chain. Assess opportunities for developing policies, resources, tools, and processes to scale compliance counseling that optimizes compliance impact. Develop and align global hardware product compliance policies and programs mapped to the pillars of an effective compliance program. Develop, support, and execute key training for targeted audiences. Support escalations of material hardware product compliance risks to leadership. Maintain strong, trust-based relationships across a broad-range of business and legal verticals. Travel domestically and internationally as needed.

Qualifications: JD degree with membership in at least one U.S. state bar (or foreign equivalent). 8+ years of experience counseling clients on environmental law and dangerous goods with respect to hardware products. Experience advising and training diverse populations. Record of strategic and out-of-the-box approach to compliance counseling. Interpersonal skills and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality. Preferred Qualifications: In-house experience representing technology companies on product compliance regulatory matters. This includes delivering regulatory advice for technology advancing faster than applicable policies and regulatory regimes. Experience delivering practical advice under pressure and prioritizing work. Interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems, including proven skills leading projects or programs that rely on and bring together - multiple teams.
 
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Compliance Attorney
Refer job# JHIA161118
 
Compliance Attorney The candidate will apply knowledge of and experience in implementing corporate compliance programming to provide business-minded solutions under Intel's Code of Conduct. Be responsible for providing legal support to and conducting due diligence and risk assessments relating to Human Rights. Support certain of Intel's Ethics program initiatives, including developing and delivering effective communications and training on ethics and compliance matters. Manage monitoring and reporting on Intel's culture of integrity, including developing enhancements to drive Intel's ethics culture surveys. Provide overall ethics and compliance program support. Should have 5+ years in corporate in-house compliance department, law firm, or government. Must have Juris Doctor (JD) degree and current state bar membership. Second language proficiency preferred. Previous government law enforcement experience preferred.
 
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Compliance Attorney
Refer job# GUJH161119
 
Compliance Attorney The candidate will apply knowledge of and experience in implementing corporate compliance programming to provide business-minded solutions under Intel's Code of Conduct. Be responsible for providing legal support to and conducting due diligence and risk assessments relating to Human Rights. Support certain of Intel's Ethics program initiatives, including developing and delivering effective communications and training on ethics and compliance matters. Manage monitoring and reporting on Intel's culture of integrity, including developing enhancements to drive Intel's ethics culture surveys. Provide overall ethics and compliance program support. Should have 5+ years in corporate in-house compliance department, law firm, or government. Must have Juris Doctor (JD) degree and current state bar membership. Second language proficiency preferred. Previous government law enforcement experience preferred.
 
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