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Compliance Counsel 2020-124

San Diego CA Compliance Counsel 2020-124 The candidate duties will include : To develop and implement monitoring plan to ensure that compliance policies and procedures are followed, with the monitoring plan consisting of live field monitoring and document reviews. Assesses compliance and operational risks to helps develop risk management strategies. Assists in the development, design and implementation of compliance training throughout the company. Legal representative of MLR committee. Provides timely legal review of all materials submitted for MLR Review. Works closely with Commercial, Medical and Regulatory Affairs colleagues. Provides legal advice and counseling on various issues, including but not limited to Food & Drug Administration (FDA) labeling, marketing strategies, promotional tactics and materials, direct-to-consumer advertising campaigns and programs, patient support programs, customer interactions, healthcare professional (HCP) engagements, and commercial sponsorships. Proactively identifies risks, opportunities and mitigating actions, and collaborates across business functions to implement. Works closely with leadership from line of business in developing strategy and achieving objectives. Partner with the Chief Compliance Officer to implement an effective ethics and compliance program. Stays informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the company, and assists with development of policies and training as needed.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate Degree ABA accredited law school and must be active member of the California State Bar or qualified as Registered In-house Counsel in either State. 6+ years of relevant legal experience required. Experience within the healthcare/pharmaceutical industry is required. Should have knowledge and understanding of pharmaceutical compliance issues and ability to act independently on compliance related matters. Must have extensive knowledge and understanding of laws and regulations applicable to the biopharmaceutical industry, including but not limited to OIG Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers, PhRMA Code on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Litigation or Government Investigation experience is preferred.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Regulatory Compliance Counsel

San Francisco CA Regulatory Compliance Counsel Duties: Lead regulatory compliance management, with focus on federal and state regulatory requirements which may include Regulation E, Electronic Funds Transfers, Money Transmission, GLBA, NACHA operating rules, UCC 4A, UDAAP, TILA, ECOA, ROSCA, Fair Credit Reporting. Conduct research and contribute to emerging regulatory compliance projects. Maintain existing regulatory processes and incorporate any new banking or payment laws. Assist with regulatory-related requests from internal and external parties. Advise on regulatory obligations to internal business lines. Liaise with global compliance teams to promote and ensure compliance with US regulatory obligations. Manage remediation plans for any external audits or regulatory exams.

Qualifications: 4+ years of experience in a regulatory role or within a global institution or regulatory counsel within a law firm. Working knowledge of the FinTech and/or payment industry and the laws and regulations outlined above. An analytical thinker who can monitor and advise on relevant regulations required to ensure controlled and sustainable growth. Strong sense of initiative and self-motivation will add value to a fast-growing business. Able to determine the regulatory impact of any compliance requirements to business initiatives. Ability to interface and develop rapport with regulators.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-28

Corporate Counsel Global Compliance

Newark CA Corporate Counsel - Global Compliance Responsibilities: Be the Legal team's primary advisor to the operationally-focused members of the global trade compliance team. Work closely with the global trade compliance team to develop, implement and improve a world class program. Identify opportunities to improve existing process and implement new ones to ensure efficient operations and export compliance best practices. Proactively identify opportunities for savings, refunds, and appropriate reclassifications. Provide timely and thoughtful advice to ensure proper classifications and country of origin determinations, technology transfers, and other exports; meet licensing requirements; and provide timely and appropriate risk assessments. Help develop long-term strategies to facilitate our global business in a rapidly evolving trade and regulatory landscape. Develop and deliver easy-to-understand trade compliance training to employees. Collaborate with Legal and business teams spread across time zones - in multiple locations.

Requirements: 12+ years of relevant legal and business experience, with significant experience advising a global trade compliance organization. Deep understanding and experience in the practical application of US and international export/import laws regulations. Significant experience working with technology companies with broad hardware and software product portfolios. Ability and desire to learn new areas of compliance (e.g., product, environmental) and contribute in a fast-paced and growing organization. Ability to make difficult decisions thoughtfully, quickly, and confidently, and influence business colleagues and senior management . Strong communication skills, including the ability to understand and communicate complex technical and legal issues and translate them for non-experts. High degree of accountability, self-motivation, and drive, and excellent judgment.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-26

Compliance Counsel

Redwood City CA Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Executing a compliance program that meets or exceeds legal and regulatory expectations. Work with leadership throughout Company, with a primary focus on Precision Oncology, for the purpose of continually enhancing the Company's efforts to ensure compliance with health care industry laws and standards through the development and delivery of real-time guidance and counsel, policies/procedures, internal messaging and training content, and written agreements and external-facing materials that enable achievement of the Company's mission and financial goals without compromise of its Core Values. Will be responsible for directing the following transactional compliance efforts: advising leadership and project teams on the implications of legal risks and industry best practices for commercial strategies, tactics and programs; leading the development of procedures and substantive responses for real-time inquiries from personnel within the commercial organization; providing health and privacy law expertise on engagements involving health care providers/institutions and/or patient information and other data exchange and usage issues; and enhancing the organization's efforts to create and deliver effective training, education and internal communications supporting the Company's efforts to identify and address matters of concern. Prioritize and provide timely response to questions and concerns raised by sales representatives and other commercial organization representatives during the course of their efforts, ranging from strategic advance-planning to day-to-day matters. Analyze, draft and negotiate terms and conditions of written agreements with third parties that implicate risks particular to the health care industry, including prohibitions on fraud, waste and abuse, as well as protected health information protections and data privacy requirements. Actively contribute to and drive the annual regulatory compliance review and other regular compliance assessments across the business and implement risk mitigation plans. Help ensure that the compliance program is run in a manner comporting with laws, regulations and industry standards that include, among other topics, state and federal anti-kickback statutes, compliance with FDA, CMS and relevant regulatory requirements, and compliance with applicable corporate codes and policies (e.g., the Company's Code of Conduct on Interactions with Health Care Professionals, which is based on the AdvaMed Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals). Liaise with leadership to implement, develop, and maintain policies and procedures for the general operation of the compliance program and its related activities to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct. Monitor and analyze new and developing laws, regulations and enforcement activity within the health care industry and incorporate learnings into internal education, messaging and policy development efforts. Effectively work with the Chief Compliance Counsel and other internal legal counsel and compliance personnel on legal/compliance policy decisions, procedures and investigations. Identify potential weaknesses in the Compliance Program and proactively suggest improvements to address them. Collaborate with other internal organizations (e.g., Finance, Human Resources, etc.) to direct compliance issues to appropriate existing channels for investigation and resolution. Develop and deliver appropriate training under the Compliance Program. Analyze philanthropic proposals and third-party requests for financial support to ensure prospective appropriateness and internal segregation of duties in consideration of same. Support the process of medical, legal and regulatory review of external-facing materials related to Cologuard. Consult and/or serve on corporate compliance and/or grant committees. Uphold company mission and values through accountability, innovation, integrity, quality, and teamwork. Support and comply with the company's Quality Management System policies and procedures.

Qualifications: JD degree. Must hold and maintain an active license to practice law. 6+ years of experience in the Legal/Compliance function of a for-profit company in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, medical device, life sciences and/or clinical laboratory industries; or equivalent experience in private practice advising such companies. Demonstrated ability to perform the Essential Duties of the position with or without accommodation. Preferred: Experience in a Senior Counsel capacity (or its equivalent) for a for-profit company in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, medical device, life sciences and/or clinical laboratory industries; or experience in private practice advising such companies. Experience working in this capacity for a publicly traded entity.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-25

Associate General Counsel Competition Compliance

Los Angeles CA Associate General Counsel - Competition Compliance The candidate will assist in the design and implementation of company-wide competition compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, focusing primarily on competition law. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes and training. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations and risk assessments. 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. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one state bar. Should have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Law firm and in-house legal experience preferred. In-house experience preferred. Work experience at an internet or technology company preferred. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-23

Associate General Counsel Competition Compliance

Menlo Park CA Associate General Counsel - Competition Compliance The candidate will assist in the design and implementation of company-wide competition compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, focusing primarily on competition law. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes and training. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations and risk assessments. 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. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one state bar. Should have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Law firm and in-house legal experience preferred. In-house experience preferred. Work experience at an internet or technology company preferred. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-23

Associate General Counsel Competition Compliance

San Francisco CA Associate General Counsel - Competition Compliance The candidate will assist in the design and implementation of company-wide competition compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, focusing primarily on competition law. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes and training. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations and risk assessments. 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. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one state bar. Should have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Law firm and in-house legal experience preferred. In-house experience preferred. Work experience at an internet or technology company preferred. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-23

Associate Export Compliance Counsel

Palo Alto CA Associate Export Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Provide legal guidance to ensure Company and its subsidiaries, affiliates, and partners comply fully with all applicable trade laws and regulations, including the EAR, OFAC sanctions programs, and other U.S. and international regulations. Conduct and ensure proper classification of Company s software and technologies, including those with encryption capabilities. Work with engineering teams to evaluate application of technical control parameters in the CCL. Apply for BIS export licenses, classification requests, advisory opinions and other regulatory filings through SNAP-R as necessary to support Company s operations. Assist with the implementation of and improvements to Company s export control protocols, including updating/enforcing Company s export control program and technology control plan. Advise on trade compliance policies and procedures. Perform compliance risk audits and prepare proposals to address identified risks. Monitor legal, regulatory, and trade developments and provide guidance to mitigate impacts. Develop and execute risk-based trade compliance training and communications. Contribute to the development of compliance roadmap and strategic planning.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited law school. Current member of the California State Bar or Washington D.C. in good standing. 3+ years of export compliance experience with emphasis on the EAR in a law firm, as an in-house attorney, or comparable government experience. Strong research, writing, and analytical skills involving complex legal issues. Preferred: Export compliance experience in the semiconductor industry. Thorough understanding of the CCL entries, in particular Categories 3, 4, 5P1, and 5P2. Experience and knowledge of CBP/import regulations and best practices. Experience in U.S. public policy and governmental affairs. Engineering or technical background. Experience in handling enforcement actions and governmental audits.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-21

Senior Export Compliance Counsel

Palo Alto CA Senior Export Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Serve as the subject matter expert on the Company s compliance with the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), OFAC economic and trade sanctions programs, and other applicable import/export laws and regulations. Serve as the point-person for global export issues, working directly with executive management team, senior members of the legal team, and business and functional groups. Provide legal guidance to ensure Company and its subsidiaries, affiliates, and partners comply fully with all applicable trade laws and regulations, including the EAR, OFAC sanctions programs, and other U.S. and international regulations. Conduct and ensure proper classification of Company s software and technologies, including those with encryption capabilities. Work with engineering teams to evaluate application of technical control parameters in the CCL. Apply for BIS export licenses, classification requests, advisory opinions and other regulatory filings through SNAP-R as necessary to support Company s operations. Assist with the implementation of and improvements to Company s export control protocols, including updating/enforcing Company s export control program and technology control plan. Advise on trade compliance policies and procedures. Perform compliance risk audits and prepare proposals to address identified risks. Monitor legal, regulatory, and trade developments and provide guidance to mitigate impacts. Develop and execute risk-based trade compliance training and communications. Contribute to the development of compliance roadmap and strategic planning.

Requirements: Law degree from an accredited law school. Current member of the California State Bar or Washington D.C. in good standing. 10+ years of export compliance experience with emphasis on the EAR in a law firm, as an in-house attorney, or comparable government experience. Strong research, writing, and analytical skills involving complex legal issues. Preferred: Export compliance experience in the semiconductor industry. Thorough understanding of the CCL entries, in particular Categories 3, 4, 5P1, and 5P2. Experience and knowledge of CBP/import regulations and best practices. Experience in U.S. public policy and governmental affairs. Engineering or technical background. Experience in handling enforcement actions and governmental audits.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-21

Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs - New Legal Obligations

San Francisco CA Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs The candidate will play a key role in supporting firm's compliance with new legal and regulatory requirements and in building, maintaining, and improving the compliance programs necessary to do so. Serve as primary legal advisor to the global program to intake, assess, and monitor new legal obligations relevant to firm's business operations, platforms, products and services arising from contracts, settlements, laws, regulations, among other sources. Advise on and help drive adoption of compliance requirements that effectively manage new legal risks and embed compliance in the company's internal controls, as well as in its platform, product and services designs. Lead executive and regional engagements on new legal obligations to ensure awareness, assess the impact and risks of new legal obligations, and provide and receive feedback. Collaborate with compliance and risk subject matter experts to develop common guidance on new legal obligations and drive business stakeholders to implement solutions. Enhance and scale the policies, processes, and tools that translate new legal obligations into internal controls and product implementation requirements. Provide legal advice on monitoring and testing compliance with new legal obligations. Collaborate to develop data-driven strategies that risk prioritize new legal obligations and deliver trend analyses and insights that improve the compliance program and internal controls. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives, as needed.

The candidate should have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Must have 8+ years of practicing attorney experience, with 2+ years in a compliance-related practice. should have experience providing programmatic legal guidance across a wide variety of legal issues to business stakeholders including competition, intellectual property ownership and rights, warranties and other contractual obligations, employment law, privacy, anti-bribery and anti-corruption, tax, trade, e-commerce, among others. Must have experience delivering practical advice under pressure and experience operating within ambiguity and prioritizing work. Should have interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems, including skills leading projects or programs that rely on ? and bring together - multiple teams. Should preferable have In-house experience at internet, technology, or telecommunications companies. Experience with program and project management, including working closely with ? and providing legal advice to - functions that deliver program and project management for compliance initiatives is desired. Should preferable have experience and comfort working with data, including to measure program performance and effectiveness, inform priorities and deliver insights to stakeholders. Experience working with - or in support of - diverse communities is desired.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-18
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Compliance Counsel 2020-124
Refer job# SSSJ152045
 
Compliance Counsel 2020-124 The candidate duties will include : To develop and implement monitoring plan to ensure that compliance policies and procedures are followed, with the monitoring plan consisting of live field monitoring and document reviews. Assesses compliance and operational risks to helps develop risk management strategies. Assists in the development, design and implementation of compliance training throughout the company. Legal representative of MLR committee. Provides timely legal review of all materials submitted for MLR Review. Works closely with Commercial, Medical and Regulatory Affairs colleagues. Provides legal advice and counseling on various issues, including but not limited to Food & Drug Administration (FDA) labeling, marketing strategies, promotional tactics and materials, direct-to-consumer advertising campaigns and programs, patient support programs, customer interactions, healthcare professional (HCP) engagements, and commercial sponsorships. Proactively identifies risks, opportunities and mitigating actions, and collaborates across business functions to implement. Works closely with leadership from line of business in developing strategy and achieving objectives. Partner with the Chief Compliance Officer to implement an effective ethics and compliance program. Stays informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting the company, and assists with development of policies and training as needed.

The candidate must have Juris Doctorate Degree ABA accredited law school and must be active member of the California State Bar or qualified as Registered In-house Counsel in either State. 6+ years of relevant legal experience required. Experience within the healthcare/pharmaceutical industry is required. Should have knowledge and understanding of pharmaceutical compliance issues and ability to act independently on compliance related matters. Must have extensive knowledge and understanding of laws and regulations applicable to the biopharmaceutical industry, including but not limited to OIG Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers, PhRMA Code on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Litigation or Government Investigation experience is preferred.
 
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Regulatory Compliance Counsel
Refer job# OVIY152054
 
Regulatory Compliance Counsel Duties: Lead regulatory compliance management, with focus on federal and state regulatory requirements which may include Regulation E, Electronic Funds Transfers, Money Transmission, GLBA, NACHA operating rules, UCC 4A, UDAAP, TILA, ECOA, ROSCA, Fair Credit Reporting. Conduct research and contribute to emerging regulatory compliance projects. Maintain existing regulatory processes and incorporate any new banking or payment laws. Assist with regulatory-related requests from internal and external parties. Advise on regulatory obligations to internal business lines. Liaise with global compliance teams to promote and ensure compliance with US regulatory obligations. Manage remediation plans for any external audits or regulatory exams.

Qualifications: 4+ years of experience in a regulatory role or within a global institution or regulatory counsel within a law firm. Working knowledge of the FinTech and/or payment industry and the laws and regulations outlined above. An analytical thinker who can monitor and advise on relevant regulations required to ensure controlled and sustainable growth. Strong sense of initiative and self-motivation will add value to a fast-growing business. Able to determine the regulatory impact of any compliance requirements to business initiatives. Ability to interface and develop rapport with regulators.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel Global Compliance
Refer job# KCDE151996
 
Corporate Counsel - Global Compliance Responsibilities: Be the Legal team's primary advisor to the operationally-focused members of the global trade compliance team. Work closely with the global trade compliance team to develop, implement and improve a world class program. Identify opportunities to improve existing process and implement new ones to ensure efficient operations and export compliance best practices. Proactively identify opportunities for savings, refunds, and appropriate reclassifications. Provide timely and thoughtful advice to ensure proper classifications and country of origin determinations, technology transfers, and other exports; meet licensing requirements; and provide timely and appropriate risk assessments. Help develop long-term strategies to facilitate our global business in a rapidly evolving trade and regulatory landscape. Develop and deliver easy-to-understand trade compliance training to employees. Collaborate with Legal and business teams spread across time zones - in multiple locations.

Requirements: 12+ years of relevant legal and business experience, with significant experience advising a global trade compliance organization. Deep understanding and experience in the practical application of US and international export/import laws regulations. Significant experience working with technology companies with broad hardware and software product portfolios. Ability and desire to learn new areas of compliance (e.g., product, environmental) and contribute in a fast-paced and growing organization. Ability to make difficult decisions thoughtfully, quickly, and confidently, and influence business colleagues and senior management . Strong communication skills, including the ability to understand and communicate complex technical and legal issues and translate them for non-experts. High degree of accountability, self-motivation, and drive, and excellent judgment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Compliance Counsel
Refer job# CRPL151933
 
Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Executing a compliance program that meets or exceeds legal and regulatory expectations. Work with leadership throughout Company, with a primary focus on Precision Oncology, for the purpose of continually enhancing the Company's efforts to ensure compliance with health care industry laws and standards through the development and delivery of real-time guidance and counsel, policies/procedures, internal messaging and training content, and written agreements and external-facing materials that enable achievement of the Company's mission and financial goals without compromise of its Core Values. Will be responsible for directing the following transactional compliance efforts: advising leadership and project teams on the implications of legal risks and industry best practices for commercial strategies, tactics and programs; leading the development of procedures and substantive responses for real-time inquiries from personnel within the commercial organization; providing health and privacy law expertise on engagements involving health care providers/institutions and/or patient information and other data exchange and usage issues; and enhancing the organization's efforts to create and deliver effective training, education and internal communications supporting the Company's efforts to identify and address matters of concern. Prioritize and provide timely response to questions and concerns raised by sales representatives and other commercial organization representatives during the course of their efforts, ranging from strategic advance-planning to day-to-day matters. Analyze, draft and negotiate terms and conditions of written agreements with third parties that implicate risks particular to the health care industry, including prohibitions on fraud, waste and abuse, as well as protected health information protections and data privacy requirements. Actively contribute to and drive the annual regulatory compliance review and other regular compliance assessments across the business and implement risk mitigation plans. Help ensure that the compliance program is run in a manner comporting with laws, regulations and industry standards that include, among other topics, state and federal anti-kickback statutes, compliance with FDA, CMS and relevant regulatory requirements, and compliance with applicable corporate codes and policies (e.g., the Company's Code of Conduct on Interactions with Health Care Professionals, which is based on the AdvaMed Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals). Liaise with leadership to implement, develop, and maintain policies and procedures for the general operation of the compliance program and its related activities to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct. Monitor and analyze new and developing laws, regulations and enforcement activity within the health care industry and incorporate learnings into internal education, messaging and policy development efforts. Effectively work with the Chief Compliance Counsel and other internal legal counsel and compliance personnel on legal/compliance policy decisions, procedures and investigations. Identify potential weaknesses in the Compliance Program and proactively suggest improvements to address them. Collaborate with other internal organizations (e.g., Finance, Human Resources, etc.) to direct compliance issues to appropriate existing channels for investigation and resolution. Develop and deliver appropriate training under the Compliance Program. Analyze philanthropic proposals and third-party requests for financial support to ensure prospective appropriateness and internal segregation of duties in consideration of same. Support the process of medical, legal and regulatory review of external-facing materials related to Cologuard. Consult and/or serve on corporate compliance and/or grant committees. Uphold company mission and values through accountability, innovation, integrity, quality, and teamwork. Support and comply with the company's Quality Management System policies and procedures.

Qualifications: JD degree. Must hold and maintain an active license to practice law. 6+ years of experience in the Legal/Compliance function of a for-profit company in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, medical device, life sciences and/or clinical laboratory industries; or equivalent experience in private practice advising such companies. Demonstrated ability to perform the Essential Duties of the position with or without accommodation. Preferred: Experience in a Senior Counsel capacity (or its equivalent) for a for-profit company in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, medical device, life sciences and/or clinical laboratory industries; or experience in private practice advising such companies. Experience working in this capacity for a publicly traded entity.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel Competition Compliance
Refer job# PUET151873
 
Associate General Counsel - Competition Compliance The candidate will assist in the design and implementation of company-wide competition compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, focusing primarily on competition law. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes and training. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations and risk assessments. 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. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one state bar. Should have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Law firm and in-house legal experience preferred. In-house experience preferred. Work experience at an internet or technology company preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel Competition Compliance
Refer job# WJID151874
 
Associate General Counsel - Competition Compliance The candidate will assist in the design and implementation of company-wide competition compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, focusing primarily on competition law. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes and training. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations and risk assessments. 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. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one state bar. Should have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Law firm and in-house legal experience preferred. In-house experience preferred. Work experience at an internet or technology company preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate General Counsel Competition Compliance
Refer job# WTMP151875
 
Associate General Counsel - Competition Compliance The candidate will assist in the design and implementation of company-wide competition compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, focusing primarily on competition law. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes and training. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations and risk assessments. 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. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one state bar. Should have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Law firm and in-house legal experience preferred. In-house experience preferred. Work experience at an internet or technology company preferred.
 
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Associate Export Compliance Counsel
Refer job# QIRC151855
 
Associate Export Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Provide legal guidance to ensure Company and its subsidiaries, affiliates, and partners comply fully with all applicable trade laws and regulations, including the EAR, OFAC sanctions programs, and other U.S. and international regulations. Conduct and ensure proper classification of Company s software and technologies, including those with encryption capabilities. Work with engineering teams to evaluate application of technical control parameters in the CCL. Apply for BIS export licenses, classification requests, advisory opinions and other regulatory filings through SNAP-R as necessary to support Company s operations. Assist with the implementation of and improvements to Company s export control protocols, including updating/enforcing Company s export control program and technology control plan. Advise on trade compliance policies and procedures. Perform compliance risk audits and prepare proposals to address identified risks. Monitor legal, regulatory, and trade developments and provide guidance to mitigate impacts. Develop and execute risk-based trade compliance training and communications. Contribute to the development of compliance roadmap and strategic planning.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited law school. Current member of the California State Bar or Washington D.C. in good standing. 3+ years of export compliance experience with emphasis on the EAR in a law firm, as an in-house attorney, or comparable government experience. Strong research, writing, and analytical skills involving complex legal issues. Preferred: Export compliance experience in the semiconductor industry. Thorough understanding of the CCL entries, in particular Categories 3, 4, 5P1, and 5P2. Experience and knowledge of CBP/import regulations and best practices. Experience in U.S. public policy and governmental affairs. Engineering or technical background. Experience in handling enforcement actions and governmental audits.
 
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Senior Export Compliance Counsel
Refer job# HYXH151856
 
Senior Export Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Serve as the subject matter expert on the Company s compliance with the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), OFAC economic and trade sanctions programs, and other applicable import/export laws and regulations. Serve as the point-person for global export issues, working directly with executive management team, senior members of the legal team, and business and functional groups. Provide legal guidance to ensure Company and its subsidiaries, affiliates, and partners comply fully with all applicable trade laws and regulations, including the EAR, OFAC sanctions programs, and other U.S. and international regulations. Conduct and ensure proper classification of Company s software and technologies, including those with encryption capabilities. Work with engineering teams to evaluate application of technical control parameters in the CCL. Apply for BIS export licenses, classification requests, advisory opinions and other regulatory filings through SNAP-R as necessary to support Company s operations. Assist with the implementation of and improvements to Company s export control protocols, including updating/enforcing Company s export control program and technology control plan. Advise on trade compliance policies and procedures. Perform compliance risk audits and prepare proposals to address identified risks. Monitor legal, regulatory, and trade developments and provide guidance to mitigate impacts. Develop and execute risk-based trade compliance training and communications. Contribute to the development of compliance roadmap and strategic planning.

Requirements: Law degree from an accredited law school. Current member of the California State Bar or Washington D.C. in good standing. 10+ years of export compliance experience with emphasis on the EAR in a law firm, as an in-house attorney, or comparable government experience. Strong research, writing, and analytical skills involving complex legal issues. Preferred: Export compliance experience in the semiconductor industry. Thorough understanding of the CCL entries, in particular Categories 3, 4, 5P1, and 5P2. Experience and knowledge of CBP/import regulations and best practices. Experience in U.S. public policy and governmental affairs. Engineering or technical background. Experience in handling enforcement actions and governmental audits.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs - New Legal Obligations
Refer job# JYQY151794
 
Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs The candidate will play a key role in supporting firm's compliance with new legal and regulatory requirements and in building, maintaining, and improving the compliance programs necessary to do so. Serve as primary legal advisor to the global program to intake, assess, and monitor new legal obligations relevant to firm's business operations, platforms, products and services arising from contracts, settlements, laws, regulations, among other sources. Advise on and help drive adoption of compliance requirements that effectively manage new legal risks and embed compliance in the company's internal controls, as well as in its platform, product and services designs. Lead executive and regional engagements on new legal obligations to ensure awareness, assess the impact and risks of new legal obligations, and provide and receive feedback. Collaborate with compliance and risk subject matter experts to develop common guidance on new legal obligations and drive business stakeholders to implement solutions. Enhance and scale the policies, processes, and tools that translate new legal obligations into internal controls and product implementation requirements. Provide legal advice on monitoring and testing compliance with new legal obligations. Collaborate to develop data-driven strategies that risk prioritize new legal obligations and deliver trend analyses and insights that improve the compliance program and internal controls. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives, as needed.

The candidate should have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Must have 8+ years of practicing attorney experience, with 2+ years in a compliance-related practice. should have experience providing programmatic legal guidance across a wide variety of legal issues to business stakeholders including competition, intellectual property ownership and rights, warranties and other contractual obligations, employment law, privacy, anti-bribery and anti-corruption, tax, trade, e-commerce, among others. Must have experience delivering practical advice under pressure and experience operating within ambiguity and prioritizing work. Should have interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems, including skills leading projects or programs that rely on ? and bring together - multiple teams. Should preferable have In-house experience at internet, technology, or telecommunications companies. Experience with program and project management, including working closely with ? and providing legal advice to - functions that deliver program and project management for compliance initiatives is desired. Should preferable have experience and comfort working with data, including to measure program performance and effectiveness, inform priorities and deliver insights to stakeholders. Experience working with - or in support of - diverse communities is desired.
 
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