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Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance

Los Angeles CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance The candidate will develop, manage, and maintain an effective Compliance Program relating to anti-money laundering, anti-bribery, foreign asset controls, and similar regimes, as well as develop, implement, and maintain policies, protocols, and procedures to support and continuously improve such Program. Develop internal training on legal and regulatory requirements relating to the Compliance Program, and act as a point person for compliance questions for both legal teammates and the broader organization. Provide legal advice and ensure compliance with international, federal, state, and local laws and regulations relating to anti-money laundering, anti-bribery, foreign asset control, and similar regimes relevant to consumer-facing technology services. Assess the legal risks associated with new products, services, and initiatives, and conduct risk assessments to ensure policies, procedures, and controls are effective. Perform compliance audits and investigations, as well as support independent reviews/audits and regulatory examinations of the Compliance Program. Design, execute, and/or report on compliance testing of key risks and controls. Create a compliance resource library for employees to reference when they have questions. Act as the compliance leader, strategist, and subject matter expert assessing and advising on existing and emerging regulatory requirements relating to the Compliance Program. Develop and manage the vendor compliance oversight as part of the Compliance Program to measure and monitor the compliance of third-party services with defined regulatory requirements.

The candidate should have a law degree from a top-tier law school and admission (or in-house eligibility) to practice law in at least one state. Should preferably have 7+ years of experience, with a top law firm and in-house legal department experience. Must have experience with regulatory compliance programs and enforcement. Must have a working knowledge of regulatory requirements including local, state, US, and international laws. Must have knowledge and understanding of compliance regimes relating to anti-money laundering, anti-bribery, foreign asset controls, similar regimes, and industry standards and practices. Experience in the technology industry such as gaming, music, mobile, video, online marketplaces, and/or social media preferred. Must have the leadership acumen and credibility to inspire confidence among business clients in an approachable, friendly, and patient demeanor. Must have excellent business communication and analytical skills, as well as impeccable attention to detail and a strong sense of ownership and accountability. Must possess a strong desire to learn the business and new areas of law and have a natural ease in working cross-functionally as a practical-minded legal partner to business teams. Must have strong fact-finding, drafting, negotiating, writing, and research skills.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-14

Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs Risks & Controls

San Francisco CA Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs - Risks & Controls The candidate will provide legal and compliance program advice on the development, improvement, and maintenance of risk management programs including controls and associated processes, policies, and documents across risk areas. Support and advise cross-functional partners who deliver run state risk management programs, including via risk management forum leadership. Drive compliance program remediations and improvements identified as a result of internal and external program assessments, investigations, issue management programs and audits. Collaborate with Legal Risk Management, Finance and others to develop data-driven strategies across risk areas 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 a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. Should have 8+ years of experience counseling compliance programs, with 2+ years in a compliance-related practice in-house. Experience providing programmatic legal and compliance guidance across a variety of legal issues and risk areas (e.g., privacy, anti-corruption, political activities, trade) to business stakeholders. Experience advising on, designing, implementing, or assessing processes and controls intended to facilitate regulatory compliance and achieve an effective compliance program. Adept at delivering practical advice under pressure and prioritizing work. Interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems. In-house experience at internet or technology companies is preferred. Experience advising enterprise risk management functions is preferred. Experience and comfort working with data, including measuring program performance and effectiveness, informing priorities and delivering insights to stakeholders is preferred. Experience working with or in support of diverse communities is preferred.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-12

Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs Risks & Controls

Menlo Park CA Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs - Risks & Controls The candidate will provide legal and compliance program advice on the development, improvement, and maintenance of risk management programs including controls and associated processes, policies, and documents across risk areas. Support and advise cross-functional partners who deliver run state risk management programs, including via risk management forum leadership. Drive compliance program remediations and improvements identified as a result of internal and external program assessments, investigations, issue management programs and audits. Collaborate with Legal Risk Management, Finance and others to develop data-driven strategies across risk areas 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 a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. Should have 8+ years of experience counseling compliance programs, with 2+ years in a compliance-related practice in-house. Experience providing programmatic legal and compliance guidance across a variety of legal issues and risk areas (e.g., privacy, anti-corruption, political activities, trade) to business stakeholders. Experience advising on, designing, implementing, or assessing processes and controls intended to facilitate regulatory compliance and achieve an effective compliance program. Adept at delivering practical advice under pressure and prioritizing work. Interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems. In-house experience at internet or technology companies is preferred. Experience advising enterprise risk management functions is preferred. Experience and comfort working with data, including measuring program performance and effectiveness, informing priorities and delivering insights to stakeholders is preferred. Experience working with or in support of diverse communities is preferred.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-12

Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs Risks & Controls

Los Angeles CA Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs - Risks & Controls The candidate will provide legal and compliance program advice on the development, improvement, and maintenance of risk management programs including controls and associated processes, policies, and documents across risk areas. Support and advise cross-functional partners who deliver run state risk management programs, including via risk management forum leadership. Drive compliance program remediations and improvements identified as a result of internal and external program assessments, investigations, issue management programs and audits. Collaborate with Legal Risk Management, Finance and others to develop data-driven strategies across risk areas 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 a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. Should have 8+ years of experience counseling compliance programs, with 2+ years in a compliance-related practice in-house. Experience providing programmatic legal and compliance guidance across a variety of legal issues and risk areas (e.g., privacy, anti-corruption, political activities, trade) to business stakeholders. Experience advising on, designing, implementing, or assessing processes and controls intended to facilitate regulatory compliance and achieve an effective compliance program. Adept at delivering practical advice under pressure and prioritizing work. Interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems. In-house experience at internet or technology companies is preferred. Experience advising enterprise risk management functions is preferred. Experience and comfort working with data, including measuring program performance and effectiveness, informing priorities and delivering insights to stakeholders is preferred. Experience working with or in support of diverse communities is preferred.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-12

Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector Product Compliance

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector Product Compliance The candidate will provide solution-oriented legal counsel, identify business risks and work closely with Product Management and Engineering teams regarding matters impacting public sector product offerings. Participate and counsel teams through all stages of the product development lifecycle with respect to applicable public sector laws and regulations, regulatory frameworks, NIST security controls, authorizations (including FedRAMP and IL4/IL5), and industry certifications, and help bring existing products to compliance so that they can be brought to market in the public sector. Develop, implement and maintain effective standards, policies and procedures for product compliance in various public sector verticals. Partner with members of the Legal, Security & Compliance, Engineering, Product Management, Marketing and People teams, and outside counsel to help ensure public sector product offerings are compliant with public sector-related laws, regulations and contractual obligations in a rapidly changing public sector landscape. Track new and emerging public sector laws, regulations and requirements impacting public sector products and services. Partner with the Public Sector Legal Team to draft and negotiate customer and prospective customer agreements in the public sector vertical, including Data Processing Agreements, Business Associate Agreements, and product-related terms. Counsel various groups across regarding US persons/citizens requirements and other similar requirements as they relate to public sector products. Provide assistance in reviewing public sector marketing and other external communications content associated with the public sector as needed.

The candidate should have 7+ years of law firm and/or in-house experience, including at least 3 years working primarily on public sector matters, preferably at a SaaS technology company. Public sector product counseling experience, either in-house or at a law firm. Sound and practical legal and business judgment, as well as the ability to think strategically and develop strong working relationships with key internal clients. Deep knowledge of the FAR, DFARS, U.S. federal procurement, and statutes and regulations associated with public sector cloud computing. A self-motivated individual who takes initiative and is comfortable rolling up their sleeves to understand and independently advise on issues of first impression. Experience drafting contract language and negotiating U.S. public sector transactions. Familiarity with NIST security controls and privacy and data protection laws is strongly preferred. Team-oriented with a sense of humor and high emotional intelligence. Excellent written/verbal communication, presentation, drafting and negotiation skills. Highly responsive and service-oriented attitude. Strong academic background and J.D. from highly regarded school, active bar admission.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-12

Compliance Counsel

San Jose CA Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Developing and implementing compliance policies, procedures, tools and management systems and maintaining records to ensure adherence and avoid legal risk. Enforcing internal policies and procedures consistent with our corporate values. Keeping legal and business colleagues abreast of changes to laws and regulations affecting compliance and working closely with them to provide strategic and pragmatic legal advice on regulatory issues. Conducting internal investigations and compliance audits. Creating and delivering compliance trainings. Supporting disputes and litigation as required. Managing outside counsel as needed. Providing advice and counsel. Acting like a professional, thoughtful, respectful, and good-humored colleague throughout all levels of the organization.

Qualifications: JD from an accredited institution and state bar admission in good standing, CA preferred. Should have 7+ years of relevant legal experience, a combination of law firm and in-house preferred. Demonstrated experience in corporate compliance in areas such as Finance, HR, Tax, Data Privacy, Safety, Quality, Import/Export, anti-corruption, etc. Experience conducting thorough investigations including witness interviews and documentation reviews. Experience conducting or supporting program audit functions. Litigation experience, or support of litigation matters. Knowledge of the Auto Industry is a plus. Excellent communication skills both written and verbal. Mandarin-speaking a plus. Demonstrated ability to manage projects from beginning to end, including the development of detailed task timelines, and managing team members to those goals. Effective management of outside counsel. Ability to provide in-person training for employees at all organizational levels. Ability to work under tight deadlines.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-09

Lead Counsel, Compliance

Menlo Park CA Lead Counsel, Compliance Responsibilities: Provide legal and strategic advice to internal clients on compliance with global anti-corruption laws, including the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), as well as on compliance with other legal and regulatory requirements. Collaborate cross-functionally with other teams across the company to assess and mitigate anti-corruption and other compliance risks related to business initiatives and transactions. Assist in the development, implementation, and continuous improvement of policies, processes, and controls intended to prevent corruption and fraud, and in the remediation of issues identified in audits and investigations. Manage, conduct, and/or advise on anti-corruption risk assessments, audits, and third-party oversight. Develop and provide training and communications to employees and third parties. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives.

Qualifications: J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state Bar. 5+ years of legal experience, including 3+ years conducting corporate investigations or working on compliance-related matters, either in government, in-house, or at a global law firm, with specific experience in anti-corruption matters. Experience working with diverse cross-functional teams. Preferred Qualifications: Experience working in-house or advising clients at advertising, telecommunications, internet, technology, and/or media companies. Experience conducting internal investigations involving alleged violations of anti-corruption laws, conducting anti-corruption due diligence in connection with corporate transactions, managing and advising on anti-corruption risk assessments, and supporting anti-corruption control design and testing. Experience drafting and negotiating compliance contract provisions. Familiarity with other compliance risk areas (e.g., sanctions, export controls, political activities).
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-09

Chief Compliance Officer And Counsel- Cbre Investment Management

Los Angeles CA Chief Compliance Officer and Counsel- CBRE Investment Management Responsibilities: Leading the strategy, management and administration of the Americas compliance program, including developing and implementing policies and procedures, monitoring the effectiveness of controls and performing compliance review functions, and overseeing the preparation and filing of regulatory filings. Assisting with legal matters for the Direct Real Estate, Credit and Listed Real Assets businesses in the Americas, including supervising outside counsel and overseeing the structuring of investment programs such as commingled funds and separate accounts (including negotiations with investors and clients), labor & employment, regulatory, litigation, corporate governance, fund-level compliance and risk management matters. Working directly with the senior management and leaders of the dedicated teams to provide advice on the implementation of strategic and tactical business plans and objectives. Responsibility for developing and implementing best practices and process improvements, and coordinating between business units and overseas operations, including in participation in projects concerning the implementation of new legislation and regulatory requirements. Management of litigation brought by and against the business and its funds and monitoring outside counsel retained for matters. Responsibility for legal planning, working with outside counsels and monitoring transactional execution at the investment level. Participation on operational risk committee. Responsibility for the compliance review on new products, marketing material, and investor documentation. Working and coordinating with regulators on audits.

Qualifications: Top academic credentials and major law firm training are required. Should have 4 years of legal experience. Knowledge of regulatory requirements and experience advising on the Advisers Act and related statutes. Knowledge of structuring applicable to the real estate investment management or private equity business and promotion of investment products is preferred.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-06

Associate General Counsel - Financial Compliance

San Francisco CA Associate General Counsel - Financial Compliance The candidate will look at all areas of our business to understand the whole picture. Subject matter expertise in many compliance areas impacting business verticals and experience owning and maintaining compliance policies. Conduct diligence, identify compliance obligations, with the help of legal operations members build dashboards and reporting, help navigate the best course. Should have 5+ years of experience providing support and strategic advice on a wide range of regulatory matters relating to financial products (Credit Cards / Card Act / Reg Z / Reg E / Consumer Lending). Experience with the acquisition of required licenses for secured and unsecured credit card and lending products. Experience designing and implementing compliance management systems, including policies and procedures, compliance training, and compliance testing. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Experience working with cross-functional business partners. Can lead and organize company-wide processes while executing on key deliverables. Proven ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks in a time-sensitive manner. Juris Doctorate and admission to at least one State Bar, but bonus have experience with regulatory engagements across multiple business verticals and various regulatory issues, and with international expansion in regulated areas. Also, a plus if you have experience with privacy and security, tax, consumer protection, regulation, operations, content moderation, government access to data, and government investigations. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-02

Associate General Counsel - Financial Compliance

Los Angeles CA Associate General Counsel - Financial Compliance The candidate will look at all areas of our business to understand the whole picture. Subject matter expertise in many compliance areas impacting business verticals and experience owning and maintaining compliance policies. Conduct diligence, identify compliance obligations, with the help of legal operations members build dashboards and reporting, help navigate the best course. Should have 5+ years of experience providing support and strategic advice on a wide range of regulatory matters relating to financial products (Credit Cards / Card Act / Reg Z / Reg E / Consumer Lending). Experience with the acquisition of required licenses for secured and unsecured credit card and lending products. Experience designing and implementing compliance management systems, including policies and procedures, compliance training, and compliance testing. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Experience working with cross-functional business partners. Can lead and organize company-wide processes while executing on key deliverables. Proven ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks in a time-sensitive manner. Juris Doctorate and admission to at least one State Bar, but bonus have experience with regulatory engagements across multiple business verticals and various regulatory issues, and with international expansion in regulated areas. Also, a plus if you have experience with privacy and security, tax, consumer protection, regulation, operations, content moderation, government access to data, and government investigations. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-02
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Senior Legal Counsel
In-House,SAP AG
Location : San Ramon, CA, United States

Senior Legal Counsel The candidate will work directly with customers to prepare, negotiate, and draft direct customer contracts. Responsible for negotiating and resolving contract issues in all company lines of business, including licensing services... + read more

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Product And Commercial Counsel - Fleet & Autonomous Vehicles
In-House,Lyft
Location : Sacramento, CA, United States

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Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance
Refer job# XHLB168020
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance The candidate will develop, manage, and maintain an effective Compliance Program relating to anti-money laundering, anti-bribery, foreign asset controls, and similar regimes, as well as develop, implement, and maintain policies, protocols, and procedures to support and continuously improve such Program. Develop internal training on legal and regulatory requirements relating to the Compliance Program, and act as a point person for compliance questions for both legal teammates and the broader organization. Provide legal advice and ensure compliance with international, federal, state, and local laws and regulations relating to anti-money laundering, anti-bribery, foreign asset control, and similar regimes relevant to consumer-facing technology services. Assess the legal risks associated with new products, services, and initiatives, and conduct risk assessments to ensure policies, procedures, and controls are effective. Perform compliance audits and investigations, as well as support independent reviews/audits and regulatory examinations of the Compliance Program. Design, execute, and/or report on compliance testing of key risks and controls. Create a compliance resource library for employees to reference when they have questions. Act as the compliance leader, strategist, and subject matter expert assessing and advising on existing and emerging regulatory requirements relating to the Compliance Program. Develop and manage the vendor compliance oversight as part of the Compliance Program to measure and monitor the compliance of third-party services with defined regulatory requirements.

The candidate should have a law degree from a top-tier law school and admission (or in-house eligibility) to practice law in at least one state. Should preferably have 7+ years of experience, with a top law firm and in-house legal department experience. Must have experience with regulatory compliance programs and enforcement. Must have a working knowledge of regulatory requirements including local, state, US, and international laws. Must have knowledge and understanding of compliance regimes relating to anti-money laundering, anti-bribery, foreign asset controls, similar regimes, and industry standards and practices. Experience in the technology industry such as gaming, music, mobile, video, online marketplaces, and/or social media preferred. Must have the leadership acumen and credibility to inspire confidence among business clients in an approachable, friendly, and patient demeanor. Must have excellent business communication and analytical skills, as well as impeccable attention to detail and a strong sense of ownership and accountability. Must possess a strong desire to learn the business and new areas of law and have a natural ease in working cross-functionally as a practical-minded legal partner to business teams. Must have strong fact-finding, drafting, negotiating, writing, and research skills.
 
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Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs Risks & Controls
Refer job# ZLBH167986
 
Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs - Risks & Controls The candidate will provide legal and compliance program advice on the development, improvement, and maintenance of risk management programs including controls and associated processes, policies, and documents across risk areas. Support and advise cross-functional partners who deliver run state risk management programs, including via risk management forum leadership. Drive compliance program remediations and improvements identified as a result of internal and external program assessments, investigations, issue management programs and audits. Collaborate with Legal Risk Management, Finance and others to develop data-driven strategies across risk areas 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 a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. Should have 8+ years of experience counseling compliance programs, with 2+ years in a compliance-related practice in-house. Experience providing programmatic legal and compliance guidance across a variety of legal issues and risk areas (e.g., privacy, anti-corruption, political activities, trade) to business stakeholders. Experience advising on, designing, implementing, or assessing processes and controls intended to facilitate regulatory compliance and achieve an effective compliance program. Adept at delivering practical advice under pressure and prioritizing work. Interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems. In-house experience at internet or technology companies is preferred. Experience advising enterprise risk management functions is preferred. Experience and comfort working with data, including measuring program performance and effectiveness, informing priorities and delivering insights to stakeholders is preferred. Experience working with or in support of diverse communities is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs Risks & Controls
Refer job# PHTR167988
 
Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs - Risks & Controls The candidate will provide legal and compliance program advice on the development, improvement, and maintenance of risk management programs including controls and associated processes, policies, and documents across risk areas. Support and advise cross-functional partners who deliver run state risk management programs, including via risk management forum leadership. Drive compliance program remediations and improvements identified as a result of internal and external program assessments, investigations, issue management programs and audits. Collaborate with Legal Risk Management, Finance and others to develop data-driven strategies across risk areas 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 a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. Should have 8+ years of experience counseling compliance programs, with 2+ years in a compliance-related practice in-house. Experience providing programmatic legal and compliance guidance across a variety of legal issues and risk areas (e.g., privacy, anti-corruption, political activities, trade) to business stakeholders. Experience advising on, designing, implementing, or assessing processes and controls intended to facilitate regulatory compliance and achieve an effective compliance program. Adept at delivering practical advice under pressure and prioritizing work. Interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems. In-house experience at internet or technology companies is preferred. Experience advising enterprise risk management functions is preferred. Experience and comfort working with data, including measuring program performance and effectiveness, informing priorities and delivering insights to stakeholders is preferred. Experience working with or in support of diverse communities is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs Risks & Controls
Refer job# UASD167989
 
Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs - Risks & Controls The candidate will provide legal and compliance program advice on the development, improvement, and maintenance of risk management programs including controls and associated processes, policies, and documents across risk areas. Support and advise cross-functional partners who deliver run state risk management programs, including via risk management forum leadership. Drive compliance program remediations and improvements identified as a result of internal and external program assessments, investigations, issue management programs and audits. Collaborate with Legal Risk Management, Finance and others to develop data-driven strategies across risk areas 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 a J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. State Bar. Should have 8+ years of experience counseling compliance programs, with 2+ years in a compliance-related practice in-house. Experience providing programmatic legal and compliance guidance across a variety of legal issues and risk areas (e.g., privacy, anti-corruption, political activities, trade) to business stakeholders. Experience advising on, designing, implementing, or assessing processes and controls intended to facilitate regulatory compliance and achieve an effective compliance program. Adept at delivering practical advice under pressure and prioritizing work. Interpersonal experience and experience collaborating with teams to solve problems. In-house experience at internet or technology companies is preferred. Experience advising enterprise risk management functions is preferred. Experience and comfort working with data, including measuring program performance and effectiveness, informing priorities and delivering insights to stakeholders is preferred. Experience working with or in support of diverse communities is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector Product Compliance
Refer job# ACTV168014
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Public Sector Product Compliance The candidate will provide solution-oriented legal counsel, identify business risks and work closely with Product Management and Engineering teams regarding matters impacting public sector product offerings. Participate and counsel teams through all stages of the product development lifecycle with respect to applicable public sector laws and regulations, regulatory frameworks, NIST security controls, authorizations (including FedRAMP and IL4/IL5), and industry certifications, and help bring existing products to compliance so that they can be brought to market in the public sector. Develop, implement and maintain effective standards, policies and procedures for product compliance in various public sector verticals. Partner with members of the Legal, Security & Compliance, Engineering, Product Management, Marketing and People teams, and outside counsel to help ensure public sector product offerings are compliant with public sector-related laws, regulations and contractual obligations in a rapidly changing public sector landscape. Track new and emerging public sector laws, regulations and requirements impacting public sector products and services. Partner with the Public Sector Legal Team to draft and negotiate customer and prospective customer agreements in the public sector vertical, including Data Processing Agreements, Business Associate Agreements, and product-related terms. Counsel various groups across regarding US persons/citizens requirements and other similar requirements as they relate to public sector products. Provide assistance in reviewing public sector marketing and other external communications content associated with the public sector as needed.

The candidate should have 7+ years of law firm and/or in-house experience, including at least 3 years working primarily on public sector matters, preferably at a SaaS technology company. Public sector product counseling experience, either in-house or at a law firm. Sound and practical legal and business judgment, as well as the ability to think strategically and develop strong working relationships with key internal clients. Deep knowledge of the FAR, DFARS, U.S. federal procurement, and statutes and regulations associated with public sector cloud computing. A self-motivated individual who takes initiative and is comfortable rolling up their sleeves to understand and independently advise on issues of first impression. Experience drafting contract language and negotiating U.S. public sector transactions. Familiarity with NIST security controls and privacy and data protection laws is strongly preferred. Team-oriented with a sense of humor and high emotional intelligence. Excellent written/verbal communication, presentation, drafting and negotiation skills. Highly responsive and service-oriented attitude. Strong academic background and J.D. from highly regarded school, active bar admission.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Compliance Counsel
Refer job# GSEW167941
 
Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Developing and implementing compliance policies, procedures, tools and management systems and maintaining records to ensure adherence and avoid legal risk. Enforcing internal policies and procedures consistent with our corporate values. Keeping legal and business colleagues abreast of changes to laws and regulations affecting compliance and working closely with them to provide strategic and pragmatic legal advice on regulatory issues. Conducting internal investigations and compliance audits. Creating and delivering compliance trainings. Supporting disputes and litigation as required. Managing outside counsel as needed. Providing advice and counsel. Acting like a professional, thoughtful, respectful, and good-humored colleague throughout all levels of the organization.

Qualifications: JD from an accredited institution and state bar admission in good standing, CA preferred. Should have 7+ years of relevant legal experience, a combination of law firm and in-house preferred. Demonstrated experience in corporate compliance in areas such as Finance, HR, Tax, Data Privacy, Safety, Quality, Import/Export, anti-corruption, etc. Experience conducting thorough investigations including witness interviews and documentation reviews. Experience conducting or supporting program audit functions. Litigation experience, or support of litigation matters. Knowledge of the Auto Industry is a plus. Excellent communication skills both written and verbal. Mandarin-speaking a plus. Demonstrated ability to manage projects from beginning to end, including the development of detailed task timelines, and managing team members to those goals. Effective management of outside counsel. Ability to provide in-person training for employees at all organizational levels. Ability to work under tight deadlines.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Lead Counsel, Compliance
Refer job# NHAM167949
 
Lead Counsel, Compliance Responsibilities: Provide legal and strategic advice to internal clients on compliance with global anti-corruption laws, including the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), as well as on compliance with other legal and regulatory requirements. Collaborate cross-functionally with other teams across the company to assess and mitigate anti-corruption and other compliance risks related to business initiatives and transactions. Assist in the development, implementation, and continuous improvement of policies, processes, and controls intended to prevent corruption and fraud, and in the remediation of issues identified in audits and investigations. Manage, conduct, and/or advise on anti-corruption risk assessments, audits, and third-party oversight. Develop and provide training and communications to employees and third parties. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives.

Qualifications: J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state Bar. 5+ years of legal experience, including 3+ years conducting corporate investigations or working on compliance-related matters, either in government, in-house, or at a global law firm, with specific experience in anti-corruption matters. Experience working with diverse cross-functional teams. Preferred Qualifications: Experience working in-house or advising clients at advertising, telecommunications, internet, technology, and/or media companies. Experience conducting internal investigations involving alleged violations of anti-corruption laws, conducting anti-corruption due diligence in connection with corporate transactions, managing and advising on anti-corruption risk assessments, and supporting anti-corruption control design and testing. Experience drafting and negotiating compliance contract provisions. Familiarity with other compliance risk areas (e.g., sanctions, export controls, political activities).
 
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Chief Compliance Officer And Counsel- Cbre Investment Management
Refer job# AXQX167926
 
Chief Compliance Officer and Counsel- CBRE Investment Management Responsibilities: Leading the strategy, management and administration of the Americas compliance program, including developing and implementing policies and procedures, monitoring the effectiveness of controls and performing compliance review functions, and overseeing the preparation and filing of regulatory filings. Assisting with legal matters for the Direct Real Estate, Credit and Listed Real Assets businesses in the Americas, including supervising outside counsel and overseeing the structuring of investment programs such as commingled funds and separate accounts (including negotiations with investors and clients), labor & employment, regulatory, litigation, corporate governance, fund-level compliance and risk management matters. Working directly with the senior management and leaders of the dedicated teams to provide advice on the implementation of strategic and tactical business plans and objectives. Responsibility for developing and implementing best practices and process improvements, and coordinating between business units and overseas operations, including in participation in projects concerning the implementation of new legislation and regulatory requirements. Management of litigation brought by and against the business and its funds and monitoring outside counsel retained for matters. Responsibility for legal planning, working with outside counsels and monitoring transactional execution at the investment level. Participation on operational risk committee. Responsibility for the compliance review on new products, marketing material, and investor documentation. Working and coordinating with regulators on audits.

Qualifications: Top academic credentials and major law firm training are required. Should have 4 years of legal experience. Knowledge of regulatory requirements and experience advising on the Advisers Act and related statutes. Knowledge of structuring applicable to the real estate investment management or private equity business and promotion of investment products is preferred.
 
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Associate General Counsel - Financial Compliance
Refer job# EQCS167783
 
Associate General Counsel - Financial Compliance The candidate will look at all areas of our business to understand the whole picture. Subject matter expertise in many compliance areas impacting business verticals and experience owning and maintaining compliance policies. Conduct diligence, identify compliance obligations, with the help of legal operations members build dashboards and reporting, help navigate the best course. Should have 5+ years of experience providing support and strategic advice on a wide range of regulatory matters relating to financial products (Credit Cards / Card Act / Reg Z / Reg E / Consumer Lending). Experience with the acquisition of required licenses for secured and unsecured credit card and lending products. Experience designing and implementing compliance management systems, including policies and procedures, compliance training, and compliance testing. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Experience working with cross-functional business partners. Can lead and organize company-wide processes while executing on key deliverables. Proven ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks in a time-sensitive manner. Juris Doctorate and admission to at least one State Bar, but bonus have experience with regulatory engagements across multiple business verticals and various regulatory issues, and with international expansion in regulated areas. Also, a plus if you have experience with privacy and security, tax, consumer protection, regulation, operations, content moderation, government access to data, and government investigations.
 
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Associate General Counsel - Financial Compliance
Refer job# NUXJ167786
 
Associate General Counsel - Financial Compliance The candidate will look at all areas of our business to understand the whole picture. Subject matter expertise in many compliance areas impacting business verticals and experience owning and maintaining compliance policies. Conduct diligence, identify compliance obligations, with the help of legal operations members build dashboards and reporting, help navigate the best course. Should have 5+ years of experience providing support and strategic advice on a wide range of regulatory matters relating to financial products (Credit Cards / Card Act / Reg Z / Reg E / Consumer Lending). Experience with the acquisition of required licenses for secured and unsecured credit card and lending products. Experience designing and implementing compliance management systems, including policies and procedures, compliance training, and compliance testing. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Experience working with cross-functional business partners. Can lead and organize company-wide processes while executing on key deliverables. Proven ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks in a time-sensitive manner. Juris Doctorate and admission to at least one State Bar, but bonus have experience with regulatory engagements across multiple business verticals and various regulatory issues, and with international expansion in regulated areas. Also, a plus if you have experience with privacy and security, tax, consumer protection, regulation, operations, content moderation, government access to data, and government investigations.
 
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