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Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs Risks & Controls

Washington DC 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

Lead Counsel I, Antitrust Compliance

Washington DC Lead Counsel I, Antitrust Compliance Duties: Leading the continued development and implementation of the Company's Global Antitrust Compliance Program for the businesses within the US. Providing day-to-day antitrust counseling to legal and business colleagues across the company. Actively participating as a member of the global team of antitrust subject matter experts. Staying apprised of relevant legal, policy and judicial developments in order to identify emerging or changing risks, and translating those developments into meaningful learnings for the compliance program and other internal stakeholders. Engaging with regulators and partnering with the Company's Government Affairs and Public Policy team to help develop the company's policy and strategy for antitrust and competition matters.

Minimum Qualifications: Law Degree from an Accredited Law School. License to practice law in at least one state. 6+ years of experience in law. 2+ years of experience leading cross-functional teams. Preferred Qualifications: 7+ years of experience working as an Antitrust subject matter expert in compliance and counseling matters. Experience in working at the DOJ, FTC, a State AG Office, or a multinational company. Experience in consumer retail, e-commerce and/or consumer product environments. Ability to partner with and influence business leaders.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2022-05-09

Legal Counsel - Compliance

Washington DC Legal Counsel - Compliance DUTIES: Be a key member of Anduril's small, dynamic Legal team. Drive customer growth by managing the regulatory requirements to develop, deploy and operate Anduril products. Use your expertise in compliance to help the Business Development, Proposal, and Engineering teams efficiently capture new contracts, grow existing contracts, and ensure timely and uninterrupted performance. Assist in the strategy development for new business. Manage relationships with government regulatory agencies. High-trust professional relationships with government regulatory offices are critical to continued success and be called upon to develop and foster these relationships throughout your tenure. Work on all legal aspects of business, from negotiating license and services agreements, to international expansion, to handling intellectual property, and employment matters. Represent the legal team in relationships with outside counsel, vendors, engineers, executives, customers, and regulators.

QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed to practice law in CA or DC. Should have 5+ years of experience with U.S. export controls, including jurisdiction and classification analysis and license applications for both the EAR and ITAR. Familiarity with US IP laws and regulations, including patents, copyright, and trademarks. Familiarity with US spectrum management laws and regulations. Familiarity with US aviation laws and regulations. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 2+ years of experience filing STA applications with the FCC. 2+ years of experience in filing authorizations with the FAA, including Part 107 waivers, type class certifications, PAO flights. Pre-law school professional experience. Combination of law-firm and in-house/government experience. Experience working with the government while in private practice. Experience with engineering, software, or other technology. Engineering background in the software, mechanical, or electrical engineering fields. An interest in the law and policy of AI, UAV, spectrum and trade control with opinions about what is right or wrong in the field and how to fix it. Experience with internal patent disclosures and filings with outside patent counsel. In-house experience with HR and employment matters.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2022-04-29

Associate Counsel, Privacy & Compliance

Washington DC Associate Counsel, Privacy & Compliance Duties: Day-to-day responsibility for advising business units across the company on compliance with applicable domestic and international privacy laws and regulations. Serve as a key privacy advisor on large and small business transactions, including both customer and vendor software and services sales. Review, assess, establish and maintain company data processing practices and documentation, including conducting periodic audits, supporting the company's information security governance infrastructure and managing procedures for handling data subject access requests. Partner with product development and engineering personnel to anticipate and mitigate privacy and compliance risks, and programmatically support efficient and scalable privacy by designing policies, procedures and practices. Review and consult on compliance matters arising in connection with the company's commercial agreements. Develop, manage and deliver employee training modules covering company data privacy and compliance policies, procedures and best practices. Monitor existing and developing domestic and international privacy laws and regulations, and advise business units on the potential impacts of proposed and pending legislation. Work closely with the Senior Associate Counsel, Privacy & Compliance, as well as outside counsel, to research topics and provide actionable advice to internal stakeholders. Ensure the company conducts its business according to all applicable laws and regulations. Foster a workplace with the highest moral, ethical and legal standards to deliver an environment that promotes respect, innovation and creativity. Perform such other compliance tasks and duties as may be required or assigned from time to time.

Qualifications: JD Degree with excellent academic credentials and a state bar member in good standing (must be admitted to DC bar within 360 days of start date). 1-3 years of legal practice with direct experience providing privacy-related advice to SaaS and/or other technology companies, either in an in-house or law firm setting. Familiarity with and/or experience advising on privacy and compliance matters pertaining to the GDPR, CCPA/CPRA and other privacy laws and regulations. Preferred CIPP certification. Specific, demonstrable experience assessing and implementing enterprise-wide data privacy and information security policies and procedures. Software and technology background. Ability to work independently while exercising appropriate judgment in communicating relevant issues and matters to appropriate company stakeholders. Extremely practical and business-oriented approach to problem-solving. Ability to take a stand on critical issues while maintaining the respect of, and influence among, key business partners. Comfort working across all departments and job levels. Ability to handle competing deadlines ?and shifting priorities ?with minimal supervision. Willing to take feedback, learn and grow; an ethos of continuous self-improvement.
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Associate General Counsel, Compliance Programs Risks & Controls
Refer job# BNTR167991
 
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
 
Lead Counsel I, Antitrust Compliance
Refer job# MURM167958
 
Lead Counsel I, Antitrust Compliance Duties: Leading the continued development and implementation of the Company's Global Antitrust Compliance Program for the businesses within the US. Providing day-to-day antitrust counseling to legal and business colleagues across the company. Actively participating as a member of the global team of antitrust subject matter experts. Staying apprised of relevant legal, policy and judicial developments in order to identify emerging or changing risks, and translating those developments into meaningful learnings for the compliance program and other internal stakeholders. Engaging with regulators and partnering with the Company's Government Affairs and Public Policy team to help develop the company's policy and strategy for antitrust and competition matters.

Minimum Qualifications: Law Degree from an Accredited Law School. License to practice law in at least one state. 6+ years of experience in law. 2+ years of experience leading cross-functional teams. Preferred Qualifications: 7+ years of experience working as an Antitrust subject matter expert in compliance and counseling matters. Experience in working at the DOJ, FTC, a State AG Office, or a multinational company. Experience in consumer retail, e-commerce and/or consumer product environments. Ability to partner with and influence business leaders.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Legal Counsel - Compliance
Refer job# URQO167727
 
Legal Counsel - Compliance DUTIES: Be a key member of Anduril's small, dynamic Legal team. Drive customer growth by managing the regulatory requirements to develop, deploy and operate Anduril products. Use your expertise in compliance to help the Business Development, Proposal, and Engineering teams efficiently capture new contracts, grow existing contracts, and ensure timely and uninterrupted performance. Assist in the strategy development for new business. Manage relationships with government regulatory agencies. High-trust professional relationships with government regulatory offices are critical to continued success and be called upon to develop and foster these relationships throughout your tenure. Work on all legal aspects of business, from negotiating license and services agreements, to international expansion, to handling intellectual property, and employment matters. Represent the legal team in relationships with outside counsel, vendors, engineers, executives, customers, and regulators.

QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed to practice law in CA or DC. Should have 5+ years of experience with U.S. export controls, including jurisdiction and classification analysis and license applications for both the EAR and ITAR. Familiarity with US IP laws and regulations, including patents, copyright, and trademarks. Familiarity with US spectrum management laws and regulations. Familiarity with US aviation laws and regulations. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 2+ years of experience filing STA applications with the FCC. 2+ years of experience in filing authorizations with the FAA, including Part 107 waivers, type class certifications, PAO flights. Pre-law school professional experience. Combination of law-firm and in-house/government experience. Experience working with the government while in private practice. Experience with engineering, software, or other technology. Engineering background in the software, mechanical, or electrical engineering fields. An interest in the law and policy of AI, UAV, spectrum and trade control with opinions about what is right or wrong in the field and how to fix it. Experience with internal patent disclosures and filings with outside patent counsel. In-house experience with HR and employment matters.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Associate Counsel, Privacy & Compliance
Refer job# QDNT167673
 
Associate Counsel, Privacy & Compliance Duties: Day-to-day responsibility for advising business units across the company on compliance with applicable domestic and international privacy laws and regulations. Serve as a key privacy advisor on large and small business transactions, including both customer and vendor software and services sales. Review, assess, establish and maintain company data processing practices and documentation, including conducting periodic audits, supporting the company's information security governance infrastructure and managing procedures for handling data subject access requests. Partner with product development and engineering personnel to anticipate and mitigate privacy and compliance risks, and programmatically support efficient and scalable privacy by designing policies, procedures and practices. Review and consult on compliance matters arising in connection with the company's commercial agreements. Develop, manage and deliver employee training modules covering company data privacy and compliance policies, procedures and best practices. Monitor existing and developing domestic and international privacy laws and regulations, and advise business units on the potential impacts of proposed and pending legislation. Work closely with the Senior Associate Counsel, Privacy & Compliance, as well as outside counsel, to research topics and provide actionable advice to internal stakeholders. Ensure the company conducts its business according to all applicable laws and regulations. Foster a workplace with the highest moral, ethical and legal standards to deliver an environment that promotes respect, innovation and creativity. Perform such other compliance tasks and duties as may be required or assigned from time to time.

Qualifications: JD Degree with excellent academic credentials and a state bar member in good standing (must be admitted to DC bar within 360 days of start date). 1-3 years of legal practice with direct experience providing privacy-related advice to SaaS and/or other technology companies, either in an in-house or law firm setting. Familiarity with and/or experience advising on privacy and compliance matters pertaining to the GDPR, CCPA/CPRA and other privacy laws and regulations. Preferred CIPP certification. Specific, demonstrable experience assessing and implementing enterprise-wide data privacy and information security policies and procedures. Software and technology background. Ability to work independently while exercising appropriate judgment in communicating relevant issues and matters to appropriate company stakeholders. Extremely practical and business-oriented approach to problem-solving. Ability to take a stand on critical issues while maintaining the respect of, and influence among, key business partners. Comfort working across all departments and job levels. Ability to handle competing deadlines ?and shifting priorities ?with minimal supervision. Willing to take feedback, learn and grow; an ethos of continuous self-improvement.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

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