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Assistant Counsel I, Compliance

New York City NY Assistant Counsel I, Compliance The candidate will be providing Guidance and Advice: Provide guidance and advice on compliance questions and concerns. Relevant topics include: conflicts of interest, business gifts and entertainment, anti-bribery and anti-corruption and trade and economic sanctions. Training and Communications Initiatives: Develop compliance communications and training materials to promote understanding of compliance risk issues. Develop and track metrics related to these initiatives. Assist with drafting annual updates to firm Code of Conduct, and work with colleagues to launch and ensure completion of web-based acknowledgements and learning requirements. Risk Assessment: Support compliance risk assessments to proactively identify existing and emerging compliance risks. Support the development of the compliance risk management strategy and plan. Policy and Procedure Development and Implementation: Monitor legal developments on a global basis and identify opportunities for compliance-related policies. Draft policies and procedures to ensure consistent and sound practices, and ensure existing policies and procedures are current, effectively implemented and communicated to employees. Due Diligence: Assist with ensuring processes are followed for conducting due diligence on third parties, and that risk management measures are implemented and monitored. Program Monitoring: Actively monitor compliance program to identify gaps/exceptions/weaknesses and work with the Vice President on corrective action plans and recommendations to enhance effectiveness. Compliance Systems: Support the use of third party compliance resources and systems, such as compliance training, hotline/case management system, and third party due diligence system.

The candidate must have J.D. and 5+ years of experience in ethics and compliance or related function. Knowledge and understanding of applicable ethics and compliance requirements, compliance risk management practices and methodologies, and compliance program best practices and substantive legal issues is needed. Knowledge and experience in implementing training and communications processes and programs; strong project management skills is necessary. Experience with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, U.K. Bribery Act, and other anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws/issues is essential. Experience in conducting or participating investigations is required. Admission in good standing to the Bar of the State of New York is critical. Should be IT savvy and highly proficient in Microsoft Office, especially PowerPoint and Excel. Possesses an ability to quickly learn new technology. Foreign language skills are desired. Beauty or consumer goods industry experience is preferred. International experience is beneficial.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Senior Legal Counsel, Compliance

San Francisco CA Senior Legal Counsel, Compliance The candidate will provide responsibilities include: Proactively assess evolving compliance requirements - such as those relating to consumer protection, marketing, licensing, sales practices, privacy and data security, and employment law - to determine how they apply to firms business and then develop and implement processes and procedures to ensure compliance across the company. Provide actionable, business-minded guidance to business stakeholders related to consumer protection, marketing, licensing, sales practices, privacy and data security, and employment law. Conduct risk assessments to identify and rank current risks, and recommend strategies to mitigate identified gaps and/or take corrective actions to implement solutions to improve controls and operations. Educate and train stakeholders in a simple, easily understood way about compliance issues. Manage the companys local and state level licenses and oversee legal entity formation and management. Provide day-to-day compliance program leadership, including plan development, project execution, progress monitoring, and value realization. Advocate our ethical culture and core values across all departments and markets; demonstrate personal integrity, respect and teamwork in the performance of all job responsibilities. Stay up-to-date on new and evolving regulatory requirements.

The candidate must have 8+ years experience advising companies on U.S. (federal and state) compliance issues; have 2+ years of prior in-house experience is a must. Must have regulatory experience, including engagement experiences and relationships with applicable consumer protection and privacy regulatory bodies. Must have comfort working in ambiguous or outdated areas of law, as well as experience learning new areas of law and regulation in a variety of jurisdictions. Knowledge of privacy or cyber security-related regulations such as the GLBA, FCRA, CCPA; CIPP-US is a plus. Must have demonstrated ability to lead projects with cross-functional stakeholders. Must have program or project management training or experience; solid understanding of compliance and project management practices, tools and methodologies. Must have excellent critical thinking and analytical skills, with strong ability to translate concepts into clear steps and communicate them to stakeholders. Must be highly motivated, with the drive to work independently, plan and accomplish goals, manage and prioritize projects with deadlines, and ability to thrive in a fast paced, changing environment. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar.
Legal 2 - 8 Full-time 2019-06-24

Principal Counsel - Government Compliance

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

The candidate must have JD degree from an accredited law school and active Bar membership. 4+ years' of experience as a contract negotiator at a government contractor or medium to large technology business is necessary. Experience with contracting / procuring with US Federal, State and Local entities is critical. Experience with U.K. and EU public sector contracting is a plus. Ability to analyse and negotiate contract or subcontract requirements, special provisions and general terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, corporate policies and business unit procedures is required. Strong working knowledge of federal and state RFP procedures, contracting programs, and GWACs is essential. Knowledge and understanding of FAR/DFARS and a GSA Schedule background is a must. Experience with the DOE is a plus. Background in reviewing solicitations and preparation of routine responses to RFIs, RFQs, RFPs is critical. Experience working with the FAR, including part 15, primarily with Commercial Items / COTS is mandatory. Understanding of Government buying vehicles, including GSA, SEWP, and other GWACs, and purchasing thresholds (Micro-purchase and Simplified Acquisition) is essential.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-24

Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance

Rutherford NJ Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance The candidate will be supporting the Assistant General Counsel, Litigation and Employment, and Assistant General Counsel, Digital and Compliance, on various employment and compliance related initiatives, including fielding and resolving day to day inquiries from HR, managing and conducting ethics and compliance training, conducting investigations into ethics complaints, and supporting the Legal Department with other projects and initiatives. Will provide guidance and support to Human Resources with everyday questions and issues (e.g., FMLA, ADA, leaves of absence, wage & hour; employee relations issues, etc.). Investigates and recommends resolution for internal complaints, including those raised though the Companys reporting hotline. Keeps current on ever changing state and federal laws related to the employee/employer relationship (e.g., paid sick leave; prior wage history; criminal history inquiries; etc.), and informs and counsels Human Resources on same. Develops and conducts live training on various topics including harassment; cultural sensitivity; business ethics; etc. Manages reporting hotline and online ethics and compliance training program. Audits compliance with company processes and training initiatives. Assists on ethics and risk management reporting to global headquarters. Collaborates with Human Resources to provide updates to Companys employee handbook and other policies and procedures. Drafts and negotiates employment related agreements, and assists with contract review/negotiation for other commercial agreements as needed.

The candidate must have 3-5 years law firm or in-house counsel experience, with focus on employment law, investigations, and compliance. Should have Law Degree. Must have Bar Admission. Must possess organizational, oral and written communication skills, and time management skills to handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-06-24

Attorney, Legal And Compliance

New York City NY Attorney, Legal and Compliance The candidate will be responsible for providing advice, guidance and opinions in all areas of regulatory and legal compliance affecting the Companies products, policies and procedures. The Attorney would provide assistance to the Vice President of Legal and Compliance in managing a comprehensive range of compliance, regulatory and legal services for group and its affiliates. The Attorneys primary job will be legal research, insurance policy research and development, keeping apprised of changes in the law, and assisting in the compliance process. Perform thorough and detailed legal research on applicable topics, providing guidance to various business partners. Assist in all areas of compliance including- being aware of changes in the law, assist in implementing changes, and updating internal policies and procedures. Provide legal support to minimize legal risk and ensure compliance on regulatory matters. Research and answer business operation questions. Assist in legislative bill screening. Aid in establishing policies and procedures consistent with established legal principles and requirements. Monitors and maintains current knowledge in legal and compliance matters relating to the insurance industry and pursues ongoing professional development to maintain current knowledge on best practices. Assist in coordinating regulatory compliance matters and ensures internal support as needed. Performs similar job-related duties as assigned.

The candidate must be Graduate of an accredited law school. Should have admission to the State Bar of Arizona or be able to qualify for In-House Counsel Admission. Experience in the Insurance Industry, Life and Health experience a plus. 2-4 year of legal practice is required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to simplify complex legal concepts in clear and concise communication to business staff. Should have outstanding research and legal analytical skills.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-06-24

Attorney, Legal And Compliance

Phoenix AZ Attorney, Legal and Compliance The candidate will be responsible for providing advice, guidance and opinions in all areas of regulatory and legal compliance affecting the Companies products, policies and procedures. The Attorney would provide assistance to the Vice President of Legal and Compliance in managing a comprehensive range of compliance, regulatory and legal services for group and its affiliates. The Attorneys primary job will be legal research, insurance policy research and development, keeping apprised of changes in the law, and assisting in the compliance process. Perform thorough and detailed legal research on applicable topics, providing guidance to various business partners. Assist in all areas of compliance including- being aware of changes in the law, assist in implementing changes, and updating internal policies and procedures. Provide legal support to minimize legal risk and ensure compliance on regulatory matters. Research and answer business operation questions. Assist in legislative bill screening. Aid in establishing policies and procedures consistent with established legal principles and requirements. Monitors and maintains current knowledge in legal and compliance matters relating to the insurance industry and pursues ongoing professional development to maintain current knowledge on best practices. Assist in coordinating regulatory compliance matters and ensures internal support as needed. Performs similar job-related duties as assigned.

The candidate must be Graduate of an accredited law school. Should have admission to the State Bar of Arizona or be able to qualify for In-House Counsel Admission. Experience in the Insurance Industry, Life and Health experience a plus. 2-4 year of legal practice is required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to simplify complex legal concepts in clear and concise communication to business staff. Should have outstanding research and legal analytical skills.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2019-06-24

Assistant General Counsel, Regulatory And Compliance

Jacksonville FL Assistant General Counsel, Regulatory And Compliance The candidate will take the lead on advising on legal issues related to the merchant acquiring business. Will have responsibility for advising on a wide range of laws and regulations including payments and money transmission laws and regulations. Provide legal advice on laws and regulations governing payment systems and merchant acquiring and other card services in all jurisdictions where FIS provides those services. Advise the business on legal matters related to money services businesses, including state laws governing money transmission and licensing. Review and advise on pending and developing laws and regulations relating to payments, money transmission and emerging payment systems technologies. Provide strong thought leadership to senior management on the full range of legal, compliance and regulatory issues impacting payment products and services. Partner with the business to evaluate the legal and regulatory risks associated with new products and services. Support and advise business leaders, risk management and regulatory relations on supervisory and examination matters. Collaborate closely with compliance department in ensuring that products and services are provided in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Assist in the development of internal policies, procedures, best practices and compilations of precedents and know-how related to regulatory compliance matters. J.D. from an accredited law school required. Must have strong academic credentials and admission to at least one state bar. Should have 12-15 years of experience doing payments regulatory compliance work, with a combination of in-house counsel experience, government and law firm experience preferred. Must have deep experience analyzing and advising on a wide range of issues related to the payments industry, with specific expertise on prepaid, debit and credit products. Should have experience interacting with regulators and examiners on both a federal and state level. Must have strong understanding of domestic and international payments and credit industry law. Relevant industry certifications such as CAMS or CFE preferred. Experience negotiating and drafting complex financial services contracts desired. Legal 12 - 15 Full-time 2019-06-22

Director, Compliance Counsel

Thousand Oaks CA Director, Compliance Counsel The candidate will work collaboratively with Legal team partners on all topics relating to healthcare compliance. Assist the Head of Global Compliance with the implementation and interpretation of healthcare compliance policies. Periodically review/update written policies and procedures, including the company s Code of Conduct. Provide counseling on appropriate relationships with healthcare professionals, patients, managed care entities, academic institutions, and government entities. Advise on aspects of the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA), Federal and State Anti-Kickback Statutes, False Claims Act, HHS OIG fraud and abuse regulations and opinions, and HIPAA laws and regulations. Partner with functional teams to establish a rapport and positive working relationship with respect to compliance initiatives at Atara. Work collaboratively and creatively with stakeholders to provide compliance support and day-to-day counseling. Clearly and effectively render practical, timely advice while serving as a member of various cross-functional teams to support the successful product launch and associated activities. Provide legal advice, education, training and direction on activities that implicate FDA promotional laws and regulations, Sunshine Act/Transparency laws, scientific publications and data disclosure and related laws, regulations and industry standards (e.g., PhRMA Code, ICJME and GPP standards, ACCME guidelines). Review and provide guidance on disease education/disease awareness campaigns and promotional marketing materials, speaker programs, grants and sponsorships, Investigator Sponsored Studies, market planning activities, sales incentives and direction, commercial learning, medical communications, Medical Science Liaisons, patient education materials, reprint distribution, and publication plans. Provide guidance to Commercial and Medical Affairs functions (including senior managers) on the appropriate interactions of Sales, Market Access, and Medical Affairs field-based employees. Maintain an effective compliance communication program for the organization, including promoting the use of the compliance hotline; (b) heightened awareness of Code of Conduct, and (c) understanding of new and existing compliance issues and related policies and procedures. Respond to alleged violations of rules, regulations, policies, procedures and Code of Conduct by recommending the initiation of investigative procedure; collaborate with other departments to direct compliance issues to appropriate channels for investigation and resolution. Assist with the roll out of effective training programs. Should have JD degree plus at least 6+ years of relevant experience. Must have 2+ years of Biopharma experience. Experience in the development, initiation, maintenance and revision of policies and procedures for the general operation of a compliance program and its related activities to prevent illegal, unethical or improper conduct is required. Experience in and knowledge of industry standards and regulations for and risks facing a global pharmaceutical or biotech company, including anti-bribery, anti-corruption, 3rd party distributors, anti-kickback, off-label promotion, etc is required. Must have in-depth knowledge and understanding of compliance risk management practices and methodologies, including risk assessment, monitoring/surveillance and testing activities. Experience with data privacy regulations (HIPAA, GDPR) preferred. Multi-geographic experience preferred. Experience in developing and maintaining effective lines of communication, including the management of a compliance hotline is required. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-21

Lead Compliance Counsel, Business Groups

Murray Hill NJ Lead Compliance Counsel, Business Groups The candidate leads the compliance program in firms Business Groups. The Role reports to the Head of Regulatory Excellence and Business Group Compliance. Requires strong working relationships with BG management and BG support functions (BG Legal, BG Operations, BG Finance, BG HR, etc.) at all levels within the various BGs. Requires extensive collaboration and coordination with other members of the global Ethics & Compliance team and the other Regulatory team members in particular. Responsible for designing and implementing the compliance program for firms BGs, aligned to the global compliance program and strategies. The Role is accountable for promoting and monitoring compliance practices and for embedding a culture of the highest ethics and integrity throughout the BGs. Deploy global compliance program throughout the BGs by ensuring that global E&C policies, processes and tools are effectively communicated to the appropriate employee groups within the BGs. Conduct and support compliance risk assessments in the BGs. Design and implement tailored compliance initiatives in individual BGs and entities within the BGs (e.g., Service Companies and JVs) as needed. Ensure that all BG management teams receive appropriate proactive and reactive compliance engagement. Lead periodic BG Compliance Committees with respective senior management teams to drive management understanding and accountability of compliance risks. Conduct bi-annual Compliance Operating Reviews (deep dive risk assessments) for the respective BGs. Gather, synthesize and report key compliance data to BG leaders and the BG legal teams. Collaborate with Regulatory Excellence team members, BG Legal, as well as BG support functions regarding E&C program design, implementation and support. Continually monitor, assess and look for ways to improve collaboration and coordination between BG Compliance and Market Compliance Be a Trusted Business Partner: deliver effective compliance counsel and advice to leaders and employees within the BGs, working with closely with Regulatory to embed Regulatory excellence within the BGs. Act as the primary contact point and internal expert with respect to compliance matters for the BGs. Conduct and/or cascade targeted training on compliance-related topics, and current firm's policies and/or procedures to high-risk managers and employees. Promote and support a robust open reporting culture, including by supporting the Ombuds program and personnel within the BGs. Identify compliance matters that require follow-up or investigation, and, as appropriate, conduct or support investigations (in conjunction with the Business Integrity Group), or otherwise refer issues to the appropriate internal investigating body. Monitor the installation and effectiveness of compliance controls and programs in the BGs, including by conducting Compliance Control Frameworks reviews, risk assessments, reviews of internal audit findings and other monitoring activities. Develop and lead remediation activities as needed. Drive a culture of integrity, compliance and accountability from the top leaders in the BGs to all employees. Support compliance due diligence and approvals activities (e.g., third party screening, gifts/hospitality, sponsorships & donations) as needed. Network with compliance and business professionals outside firm's to drive firms goal of competitive distinction through integrity. Strong written and verbal skills in English required. Professional certification or qualification in Law, Accounting and/or Audit is essential. Must have experience and understanding of compliance issues confronting the industry. Strong knowledge of key anti-bribery legislation including the FCPA, UK Bribery Act and other applicable legislation is essential. Should have experience conducting, analysing and/or making decisions and recommendations based on compliance due diligence. Should preferably have relevant professional experience beyond the minimum requirements. Should have academic degree in Law or Accounting from recognized university. Should have legal experience strongly preferred, including: Work in a prosecutor or regulatory agency/office with jurisdiction over corporate criminal/regulatory matters. Relevant work in an in-house legal department or at a major international or regional law firm, representing corporate clients in investigative, criminal or regulatory matters is essential. Should have relevant accounting and/or audit experience (in-house or external), including work designing, auditing and implementing anti-fraud/corruption/money-laundering controls. Must have experience conducting and leading internal investigations. Must have experience writing and deploying compliance policies and/or Codes of Conduct. Should have experience designing, deploying, analysing, and/or using compliance risk assessments. Should have proven project management skills. Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-20

Compliance And Regulatory Counsel

Pearland TX Compliance and Regulatory Counsel Responsibilities: Maintain familiarity with current and proposed laws and regulations and case guidance involving all assigned matters and review and interpret proposed laws, regulations, and legislation and identify potential impacts to company operations. Manage relationships with regulatory agencies, including: direct interactions during agency inspections/audits, completion of reporting requirements, application for necessary permits, and coordination of formal responses to alleged violations. Provide legal guidance for periodic compliance self-audits of operations and recordkeeping to ensure 100% compliance with all federal, state, and local regulations and provide necessary corrective action recommendations to the appropriate level of management. Research specific legal issues and reports results to the General Counsel. Work directly with all departments to deliver timely and responsive legal services. Implement Legal Department policies and General Counsel guide lines regarding company operations and regulatory processes and priorities. Manage various projects and deadlines assigned by the General Counsel. Advise company employees on regulatory requirements and train them to know and understand legal risks. Develop solutions to complex legal questions and advises General Counsel accordingly. Work directly with affected departments, senior counsel, the General Counsel and outside counsel. Provide legal support to Real Estate and Commercial Transactions teams as requested. Assist senior management with evaluating legal and business risks. Researches unique legal issues impacting the organization by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions, and codes. Maintain confidentiality. Perform other duties as required and/or assigned.

Qualifications: Must be licensed to practice law in Texas or be licensed in another state and be eligible to become licensed in Texas within 1 year. 4+ years of relevant legal experience is preferred. Proficient skill level with Microsoft Office applications is required. Familiarity with case or matter management software is required. Proficient skill level with Lexis and Westlaw is required.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-06-20
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Regional Director Mid-west
In-House,The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc
Location : Washington, DC, United States

Regional Director The candidate will be responsible for managing and directing a team of sales professionals calling on AMLAW 600 firms to achieve business, sales, and profit goals. Additionally, the Regional Director manages multiple districts wit... + read more

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Regional Director Mid-west
In-House,The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc
Location : Edison, NJ, United States

Regional Director The candidate will be responsible for managing and directing a team of sales professionals calling on AMLAW 600 firms to achieve business, sales, and profit goals. Additionally, the Regional Director manages multiple districts wit... + read more

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Assistant Counsel I, Compliance
Refer job# CFWR144684
 
Assistant Counsel I, Compliance The candidate will be providing Guidance and Advice: Provide guidance and advice on compliance questions and concerns. Relevant topics include: conflicts of interest, business gifts and entertainment, anti-bribery and anti-corruption and trade and economic sanctions. Training and Communications Initiatives: Develop compliance communications and training materials to promote understanding of compliance risk issues. Develop and track metrics related to these initiatives. Assist with drafting annual updates to firm Code of Conduct, and work with colleagues to launch and ensure completion of web-based acknowledgements and learning requirements. Risk Assessment: Support compliance risk assessments to proactively identify existing and emerging compliance risks. Support the development of the compliance risk management strategy and plan. Policy and Procedure Development and Implementation: Monitor legal developments on a global basis and identify opportunities for compliance-related policies. Draft policies and procedures to ensure consistent and sound practices, and ensure existing policies and procedures are current, effectively implemented and communicated to employees. Due Diligence: Assist with ensuring processes are followed for conducting due diligence on third parties, and that risk management measures are implemented and monitored. Program Monitoring: Actively monitor compliance program to identify gaps/exceptions/weaknesses and work with the Vice President on corrective action plans and recommendations to enhance effectiveness. Compliance Systems: Support the use of third party compliance resources and systems, such as compliance training, hotline/case management system, and third party due diligence system.

The candidate must have J.D. and 5+ years of experience in ethics and compliance or related function. Knowledge and understanding of applicable ethics and compliance requirements, compliance risk management practices and methodologies, and compliance program best practices and substantive legal issues is needed. Knowledge and experience in implementing training and communications processes and programs; strong project management skills is necessary. Experience with the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, U.K. Bribery Act, and other anti-bribery and anti-corruption laws/issues is essential. Experience in conducting or participating investigations is required. Admission in good standing to the Bar of the State of New York is critical. Should be IT savvy and highly proficient in Microsoft Office, especially PowerPoint and Excel. Possesses an ability to quickly learn new technology. Foreign language skills are desired. Beauty or consumer goods industry experience is preferred. International experience is beneficial.
 
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Senior Legal Counsel, Compliance
Refer job# QCEH144685
 
Senior Legal Counsel, Compliance The candidate will provide responsibilities include: Proactively assess evolving compliance requirements - such as those relating to consumer protection, marketing, licensing, sales practices, privacy and data security, and employment law - to determine how they apply to firms business and then develop and implement processes and procedures to ensure compliance across the company. Provide actionable, business-minded guidance to business stakeholders related to consumer protection, marketing, licensing, sales practices, privacy and data security, and employment law. Conduct risk assessments to identify and rank current risks, and recommend strategies to mitigate identified gaps and/or take corrective actions to implement solutions to improve controls and operations. Educate and train stakeholders in a simple, easily understood way about compliance issues. Manage the companys local and state level licenses and oversee legal entity formation and management. Provide day-to-day compliance program leadership, including plan development, project execution, progress monitoring, and value realization. Advocate our ethical culture and core values across all departments and markets; demonstrate personal integrity, respect and teamwork in the performance of all job responsibilities. Stay up-to-date on new and evolving regulatory requirements.

The candidate must have 8+ years experience advising companies on U.S. (federal and state) compliance issues; have 2+ years of prior in-house experience is a must. Must have regulatory experience, including engagement experiences and relationships with applicable consumer protection and privacy regulatory bodies. Must have comfort working in ambiguous or outdated areas of law, as well as experience learning new areas of law and regulation in a variety of jurisdictions. Knowledge of privacy or cyber security-related regulations such as the GLBA, FCRA, CCPA; CIPP-US is a plus. Must have demonstrated ability to lead projects with cross-functional stakeholders. Must have program or project management training or experience; solid understanding of compliance and project management practices, tools and methodologies. Must have excellent critical thinking and analytical skills, with strong ability to translate concepts into clear steps and communicate them to stakeholders. Must be highly motivated, with the drive to work independently, plan and accomplish goals, manage and prioritize projects with deadlines, and ability to thrive in a fast paced, changing environment. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar.
 
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Principal Counsel - Government Compliance
Refer job# ULKT144710
 
Principal Counsel - Government Compliance The candidate will represent firm in U.S. federal, state and local licensing and services activities. Participate actively in reviewing, negotiating and drafting technology licenses and services agreements, including licensing to the public sector via direct government contracts and governmental subcontractor contracts. Act in both an advisory and a hands-on position requiring day-to-day interaction with other members of the firm legal team, sales team and licensing team as well as federal, state and local contracting officers and government attorneys. Act as a resource to business units and other legal team members seeking guidance on structuring complex transactions. Review and advise the public sector business operations and bid proposal / capture teams in responding to requests for proposals, teaming agreements, nondisclosure agreements, licensing and service agreements and related documents, including required government certifications of various types and applicable Government Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs) and programs. Interface with the corporate operations, finance and other supporting cross functional organizations to answer questions and resolve issues related to public sector legal issues in support of transactional business. Periodically train public sector business, sales, and services organizations and other interested staff in public sector new developments and related issues. Periodically engage with federal, state and local contracting officers and government attorneys to resolve challenging public sector legal issues in support of the public sector contracts team. Train the enterprise and public sector business management, business operations, sales and cross functional supporting groups regarding federal and state contracting compliance requirements in support of sales and contracting activities. Provide oversight and guidance for firm internal compliance activities for the public sector business. Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of licensing and services issues and related business practices, policies and procedures, and apply knowledge and experience to non-standard and highly complex transactions. Provides exceptional customer service to internal and external customers and build strong relationships. Identify potential areas of Public Sector vulnerability and risk; develop / implement corrective action plans for resolution of problematic issues, and provide general guidance on how to avoid or deal with similar situations in the future.

The candidate must have JD degree from an accredited law school and active Bar membership. 4+ years' of experience as a contract negotiator at a government contractor or medium to large technology business is necessary. Experience with contracting / procuring with US Federal, State and Local entities is critical. Experience with U.K. and EU public sector contracting is a plus. Ability to analyse and negotiate contract or subcontract requirements, special provisions and general terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, corporate policies and business unit procedures is required. Strong working knowledge of federal and state RFP procedures, contracting programs, and GWACs is essential. Knowledge and understanding of FAR/DFARS and a GSA Schedule background is a must. Experience with the DOE is a plus. Background in reviewing solicitations and preparation of routine responses to RFIs, RFQs, RFPs is critical. Experience working with the FAR, including part 15, primarily with Commercial Items / COTS is mandatory. Understanding of Government buying vehicles, including GSA, SEWP, and other GWACs, and purchasing thresholds (Micro-purchase and Simplified Acquisition) is essential.
 
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Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance
Refer job# SLTX144720
 
Corporate Attorney, Employment and Compliance The candidate will be supporting the Assistant General Counsel, Litigation and Employment, and Assistant General Counsel, Digital and Compliance, on various employment and compliance related initiatives, including fielding and resolving day to day inquiries from HR, managing and conducting ethics and compliance training, conducting investigations into ethics complaints, and supporting the Legal Department with other projects and initiatives. Will provide guidance and support to Human Resources with everyday questions and issues (e.g., FMLA, ADA, leaves of absence, wage & hour; employee relations issues, etc.). Investigates and recommends resolution for internal complaints, including those raised though the Companys reporting hotline. Keeps current on ever changing state and federal laws related to the employee/employer relationship (e.g., paid sick leave; prior wage history; criminal history inquiries; etc.), and informs and counsels Human Resources on same. Develops and conducts live training on various topics including harassment; cultural sensitivity; business ethics; etc. Manages reporting hotline and online ethics and compliance training program. Audits compliance with company processes and training initiatives. Assists on ethics and risk management reporting to global headquarters. Collaborates with Human Resources to provide updates to Companys employee handbook and other policies and procedures. Drafts and negotiates employment related agreements, and assists with contract review/negotiation for other commercial agreements as needed.

The candidate must have 3-5 years law firm or in-house counsel experience, with focus on employment law, investigations, and compliance. Should have Law Degree. Must have Bar Admission. Must possess organizational, oral and written communication skills, and time management skills to handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is required.
 
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Attorney, Legal And Compliance
Refer job# FWLX144722
 
Attorney, Legal and Compliance The candidate will be responsible for providing advice, guidance and opinions in all areas of regulatory and legal compliance affecting the Companies products, policies and procedures. The Attorney would provide assistance to the Vice President of Legal and Compliance in managing a comprehensive range of compliance, regulatory and legal services for group and its affiliates. The Attorneys primary job will be legal research, insurance policy research and development, keeping apprised of changes in the law, and assisting in the compliance process. Perform thorough and detailed legal research on applicable topics, providing guidance to various business partners. Assist in all areas of compliance including- being aware of changes in the law, assist in implementing changes, and updating internal policies and procedures. Provide legal support to minimize legal risk and ensure compliance on regulatory matters. Research and answer business operation questions. Assist in legislative bill screening. Aid in establishing policies and procedures consistent with established legal principles and requirements. Monitors and maintains current knowledge in legal and compliance matters relating to the insurance industry and pursues ongoing professional development to maintain current knowledge on best practices. Assist in coordinating regulatory compliance matters and ensures internal support as needed. Performs similar job-related duties as assigned.

The candidate must be Graduate of an accredited law school. Should have admission to the State Bar of Arizona or be able to qualify for In-House Counsel Admission. Experience in the Insurance Industry, Life and Health experience a plus. 2-4 year of legal practice is required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to simplify complex legal concepts in clear and concise communication to business staff. Should have outstanding research and legal analytical skills.
 
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Attorney, Legal And Compliance
Refer job# WFRY144723
 
Attorney, Legal and Compliance The candidate will be responsible for providing advice, guidance and opinions in all areas of regulatory and legal compliance affecting the Companies products, policies and procedures. The Attorney would provide assistance to the Vice President of Legal and Compliance in managing a comprehensive range of compliance, regulatory and legal services for group and its affiliates. The Attorneys primary job will be legal research, insurance policy research and development, keeping apprised of changes in the law, and assisting in the compliance process. Perform thorough and detailed legal research on applicable topics, providing guidance to various business partners. Assist in all areas of compliance including- being aware of changes in the law, assist in implementing changes, and updating internal policies and procedures. Provide legal support to minimize legal risk and ensure compliance on regulatory matters. Research and answer business operation questions. Assist in legislative bill screening. Aid in establishing policies and procedures consistent with established legal principles and requirements. Monitors and maintains current knowledge in legal and compliance matters relating to the insurance industry and pursues ongoing professional development to maintain current knowledge on best practices. Assist in coordinating regulatory compliance matters and ensures internal support as needed. Performs similar job-related duties as assigned.

The candidate must be Graduate of an accredited law school. Should have admission to the State Bar of Arizona or be able to qualify for In-House Counsel Admission. Experience in the Insurance Industry, Life and Health experience a plus. 2-4 year of legal practice is required. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to simplify complex legal concepts in clear and concise communication to business staff. Should have outstanding research and legal analytical skills.
 
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Assistant General Counsel, Regulatory And Compliance
Refer job# IJMV144679
 
Assistant General Counsel, Regulatory And Compliance The candidate will take the lead on advising on legal issues related to the merchant acquiring business. Will have responsibility for advising on a wide range of laws and regulations including payments and money transmission laws and regulations. Provide legal advice on laws and regulations governing payment systems and merchant acquiring and other card services in all jurisdictions where FIS provides those services. Advise the business on legal matters related to money services businesses, including state laws governing money transmission and licensing. Review and advise on pending and developing laws and regulations relating to payments, money transmission and emerging payment systems technologies. Provide strong thought leadership to senior management on the full range of legal, compliance and regulatory issues impacting payment products and services. Partner with the business to evaluate the legal and regulatory risks associated with new products and services. Support and advise business leaders, risk management and regulatory relations on supervisory and examination matters. Collaborate closely with compliance department in ensuring that products and services are provided in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. Assist in the development of internal policies, procedures, best practices and compilations of precedents and know-how related to regulatory compliance matters. J.D. from an accredited law school required. Must have strong academic credentials and admission to at least one state bar. Should have 12-15 years of experience doing payments regulatory compliance work, with a combination of in-house counsel experience, government and law firm experience preferred. Must have deep experience analyzing and advising on a wide range of issues related to the payments industry, with specific expertise on prepaid, debit and credit products. Should have experience interacting with regulators and examiners on both a federal and state level. Must have strong understanding of domestic and international payments and credit industry law. Relevant industry certifications such as CAMS or CFE preferred. Experience negotiating and drafting complex financial services contracts desired.
 
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Director, Compliance Counsel
Refer job# GNKG144643
 
Director, Compliance Counsel The candidate will work collaboratively with Legal team partners on all topics relating to healthcare compliance. Assist the Head of Global Compliance with the implementation and interpretation of healthcare compliance policies. Periodically review/update written policies and procedures, including the company s Code of Conduct. Provide counseling on appropriate relationships with healthcare professionals, patients, managed care entities, academic institutions, and government entities. Advise on aspects of the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA), Federal and State Anti-Kickback Statutes, False Claims Act, HHS OIG fraud and abuse regulations and opinions, and HIPAA laws and regulations. Partner with functional teams to establish a rapport and positive working relationship with respect to compliance initiatives at Atara. Work collaboratively and creatively with stakeholders to provide compliance support and day-to-day counseling. Clearly and effectively render practical, timely advice while serving as a member of various cross-functional teams to support the successful product launch and associated activities. Provide legal advice, education, training and direction on activities that implicate FDA promotional laws and regulations, Sunshine Act/Transparency laws, scientific publications and data disclosure and related laws, regulations and industry standards (e.g., PhRMA Code, ICJME and GPP standards, ACCME guidelines). Review and provide guidance on disease education/disease awareness campaigns and promotional marketing materials, speaker programs, grants and sponsorships, Investigator Sponsored Studies, market planning activities, sales incentives and direction, commercial learning, medical communications, Medical Science Liaisons, patient education materials, reprint distribution, and publication plans. Provide guidance to Commercial and Medical Affairs functions (including senior managers) on the appropriate interactions of Sales, Market Access, and Medical Affairs field-based employees. Maintain an effective compliance communication program for the organization, including promoting the use of the compliance hotline; (b) heightened awareness of Code of Conduct, and (c) understanding of new and existing compliance issues and related policies and procedures. Respond to alleged violations of rules, regulations, policies, procedures and Code of Conduct by recommending the initiation of investigative procedure; collaborate with other departments to direct compliance issues to appropriate channels for investigation and resolution. Assist with the roll out of effective training programs. Should have JD degree plus at least 6+ years of relevant experience. Must have 2+ years of Biopharma experience. Experience in the development, initiation, maintenance and revision of policies and procedures for the general operation of a compliance program and its related activities to prevent illegal, unethical or improper conduct is required. Experience in and knowledge of industry standards and regulations for and risks facing a global pharmaceutical or biotech company, including anti-bribery, anti-corruption, 3rd party distributors, anti-kickback, off-label promotion, etc is required. Must have in-depth knowledge and understanding of compliance risk management practices and methodologies, including risk assessment, monitoring/surveillance and testing activities. Experience with data privacy regulations (HIPAA, GDPR) preferred. Multi-geographic experience preferred. Experience in developing and maintaining effective lines of communication, including the management of a compliance hotline is required.
 
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Lead Compliance Counsel, Business Groups
Refer job# XGZR144634
 
Lead Compliance Counsel, Business Groups The candidate leads the compliance program in firms Business Groups. The Role reports to the Head of Regulatory Excellence and Business Group Compliance. Requires strong working relationships with BG management and BG support functions (BG Legal, BG Operations, BG Finance, BG HR, etc.) at all levels within the various BGs. Requires extensive collaboration and coordination with other members of the global Ethics & Compliance team and the other Regulatory team members in particular. Responsible for designing and implementing the compliance program for firms BGs, aligned to the global compliance program and strategies. The Role is accountable for promoting and monitoring compliance practices and for embedding a culture of the highest ethics and integrity throughout the BGs. Deploy global compliance program throughout the BGs by ensuring that global E&C policies, processes and tools are effectively communicated to the appropriate employee groups within the BGs. Conduct and support compliance risk assessments in the BGs. Design and implement tailored compliance initiatives in individual BGs and entities within the BGs (e.g., Service Companies and JVs) as needed. Ensure that all BG management teams receive appropriate proactive and reactive compliance engagement. Lead periodic BG Compliance Committees with respective senior management teams to drive management understanding and accountability of compliance risks. Conduct bi-annual Compliance Operating Reviews (deep dive risk assessments) for the respective BGs. Gather, synthesize and report key compliance data to BG leaders and the BG legal teams. Collaborate with Regulatory Excellence team members, BG Legal, as well as BG support functions regarding E&C program design, implementation and support. Continually monitor, assess and look for ways to improve collaboration and coordination between BG Compliance and Market Compliance Be a Trusted Business Partner: deliver effective compliance counsel and advice to leaders and employees within the BGs, working with closely with Regulatory to embed Regulatory excellence within the BGs. Act as the primary contact point and internal expert with respect to compliance matters for the BGs. Conduct and/or cascade targeted training on compliance-related topics, and current firm's policies and/or procedures to high-risk managers and employees. Promote and support a robust open reporting culture, including by supporting the Ombuds program and personnel within the BGs. Identify compliance matters that require follow-up or investigation, and, as appropriate, conduct or support investigations (in conjunction with the Business Integrity Group), or otherwise refer issues to the appropriate internal investigating body. Monitor the installation and effectiveness of compliance controls and programs in the BGs, including by conducting Compliance Control Frameworks reviews, risk assessments, reviews of internal audit findings and other monitoring activities. Develop and lead remediation activities as needed. Drive a culture of integrity, compliance and accountability from the top leaders in the BGs to all employees. Support compliance due diligence and approvals activities (e.g., third party screening, gifts/hospitality, sponsorships & donations) as needed. Network with compliance and business professionals outside firm's to drive firms goal of competitive distinction through integrity. Strong written and verbal skills in English required. Professional certification or qualification in Law, Accounting and/or Audit is essential. Must have experience and understanding of compliance issues confronting the industry. Strong knowledge of key anti-bribery legislation including the FCPA, UK Bribery Act and other applicable legislation is essential. Should have experience conducting, analysing and/or making decisions and recommendations based on compliance due diligence. Should preferably have relevant professional experience beyond the minimum requirements. Should have academic degree in Law or Accounting from recognized university. Should have legal experience strongly preferred, including: Work in a prosecutor or regulatory agency/office with jurisdiction over corporate criminal/regulatory matters. Relevant work in an in-house legal department or at a major international or regional law firm, representing corporate clients in investigative, criminal or regulatory matters is essential. Should have relevant accounting and/or audit experience (in-house or external), including work designing, auditing and implementing anti-fraud/corruption/money-laundering controls. Must have experience conducting and leading internal investigations. Must have experience writing and deploying compliance policies and/or Codes of Conduct. Should have experience designing, deploying, analysing, and/or using compliance risk assessments. Should have proven project management skills.
 
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Compliance And Regulatory Counsel
Refer job# MDVQ144639
 
Compliance and Regulatory Counsel Responsibilities: Maintain familiarity with current and proposed laws and regulations and case guidance involving all assigned matters and review and interpret proposed laws, regulations, and legislation and identify potential impacts to company operations. Manage relationships with regulatory agencies, including: direct interactions during agency inspections/audits, completion of reporting requirements, application for necessary permits, and coordination of formal responses to alleged violations. Provide legal guidance for periodic compliance self-audits of operations and recordkeeping to ensure 100% compliance with all federal, state, and local regulations and provide necessary corrective action recommendations to the appropriate level of management. Research specific legal issues and reports results to the General Counsel. Work directly with all departments to deliver timely and responsive legal services. Implement Legal Department policies and General Counsel guide lines regarding company operations and regulatory processes and priorities. Manage various projects and deadlines assigned by the General Counsel. Advise company employees on regulatory requirements and train them to know and understand legal risks. Develop solutions to complex legal questions and advises General Counsel accordingly. Work directly with affected departments, senior counsel, the General Counsel and outside counsel. Provide legal support to Real Estate and Commercial Transactions teams as requested. Assist senior management with evaluating legal and business risks. Researches unique legal issues impacting the organization by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions, and codes. Maintain confidentiality. Perform other duties as required and/or assigned.

Qualifications: Must be licensed to practice law in Texas or be licensed in another state and be eligible to become licensed in Texas within 1 year. 4+ years of relevant legal experience is preferred. Proficient skill level with Microsoft Office applications is required. Familiarity with case or matter management software is required. Proficient skill level with Lexis and Westlaw is required.
 
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