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Legal Compliance Staff/Senior Attorney

Moon Township PA Legal Compliance Staff/Senior Attorney Duties: Provides legal counsel and guidance in the ordinary and special activities for FedEx Ground (FXG) to ensure protection of its legal rights and maintain its operations within the limits prescribed by law. Defends FXG against suits and/or claims and prepares the corporation s claims against others. Assesses legal risk and provides management with recommendations regarding matters such as pending litigation, government relations relative to legislation, regulatory compliance, business transactions, commercial contracts, employment laws, and labor matters. Prepares legal documents, pleadings, memoranda, and/or commercial contracts. Creates, updates, and reviews policies and procedures to ensure that the company is operating in compliance with regulations and that regulatory reporting requirements are met. Studies major areas of concern to the Company to recommend appropriate plans of action including changes to policies and procedures. Represents the company before federal, state and local courts, administrative agencies and/or other third-parties. Engages, oversees, directs and/or evaluates the performance and progress of outside counsel representing the company to ensure requisite expert legal advice is obtained when/as necessary. Provides on-the-spot and consistent legal advice from accumulated knowledge and experience. Provides legal counsel on cross-functional and cross-operating company projects and initiatives. Develops and delivers presentations and training to employees, including management, within area of responsibility. Responsible for providing legal advice and direction with respect to the Company s vendor compliance program which includes wage and hour compliance. Responsible for overseeing internal investigations, alert line management, and supporting corporate compliance and training programs, specifically those related to code of conduct, conflicts of interest, confidentiality/privilege, data privacy, and restricted/regulated commodities.

Qualifications: JD Degree required. Admitted to and currently in good standing with the required state Bar. 3 years' experience practicing as a licensed attorney at a law firm, corporation or with the government. Software skills, including use of Microsoft Office software and web-based applications. Verbal and written communication skills necessary to communicate with all levels of management. Time management and organizational skills necessary to manage multiple projects, appropriately prioritize workload, plan for resources to meet deadlines and goals. Ability to analyze, review, and make recommendations. Ability to work and influence peers and senior management. Ability to work in a fast-paced and deadline-oriented environment Self-motivated with critical attention to detail, deadlines and reporting. Ability to work independently with little or no supervision. Preferred: Knowledge and experience related to vendor compliance programs; Knowledge and experience conducting or overseeing internal investigations; and Knowledge and experience with corporate compliance and training programs.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-15

In-house Counsel, Regulatory Compliance

Bellevue WA In-House Counsel, Regulatory Compliance Duties: Providing legal guidance on all aspects of Engineering network operations, including 911. Will: advise on legal requirements for 911 service and outage reporting, for existing and new products and services; deliver actionable, practical legal advice to clients and assist them in complying with internal policies, and federal and state regulations, while meeting business objectives; implement compliance programs through partnership and collaboration with the business and other legal experts; support the development of automation and tools for compliance with regulations in engineers and operations response to outage incident response; prepare letters and/or talking points for communications to federal and state regulatory agencies, including the FCC; demonstrate creativity in partnering with engineering and product teams to address regulatory compliance challenges; be willing to take on complex, fast-moving projects and be proactive in delivering actionable guidance and driving to solutions; monitor changes in 911 law and regulation, recommend new policy and procedures as necessary to meet new compliance obligations; coordinate with Government Affairs on proposed changes or modifications of law and regulation; and communicate legal advice to engineering and operations clients in a simple, informal, practical and un-legalistic way.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree from an accredited university with strong academic credentials. 4+ years of experience at a law firm, regulatory agency, and/or in-house. Prior telecom or technology experience a plus. Experience in litigation, investigations, regulatory, or adversarial situations preferred. Ability to lead and advise on complex and fast-moving projects. Effective communicator. Understanding of state and federal regulatory requirements for 911 service a plus.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-15

Staff Attorney, Global Anti-corruption Compliance

Providence RI Staff Attorney, Global Anti-Corruption Compliance (GACC) Duties: Conduct legal review of due diligence records, serve as the subject matter expert for GACC policy-related questions, and provide support to the compliance counsel with anti-corruption risk assessments and investigations. Conduct legal review of due diligence records for Covered Business Partners (CBP) operating throughout the world (currently over 1,000 in total): Review compiled CBP responses and supporting documentation - identify red-flags and risks to the company that may exist in any proposed third-party relationship; Analyze potential adverse information identified in media searches and denied party screening process; Review and analyze local law summaries pertinent to any third-party CBP agreement to ensure that the proposed relationship would comply with applicable laws; Review and analyze outside counsel opinions concerning any investigations involving the CBP; Assess Business Unit rationale, proposed compensation and other factors in connection with the requested CBP review; Coordinate with Business Unit Legal Counsel regarding questions, red-flags and other potential issues that may be raised during CBP due diligence to assess risk, identify follow-up actions or recommendations for mitigating GACC risk to the Business Unit; Develop guidance and provide Corporate Officer with an overview of due diligence and recommendations concerning requests from Business Units to appoint or retain a CBP, or requests to amend existing CBP agreements; Serve as a subject matter and legal resource for GACC Policy related questions, including questions and issues involving due diligence for third party Business Partners, transactions with government customers, gifts, hospitality, entertainment and travel for government officials and others, charitable contributions outside of the U.S. and GACC training needs; and provide guidance to Business Units concerning the CBP review process. Assist Compliance Counsel with: Developing and drafting updates, revisions and clarifications to GACC Policy, Supplement, supporting exhibits and procedures; GACC risk assessments and providing support to Business Units to implement new processes required for compliance with GACC Policy; Implementing new procedures or protocols and providing training to Business Units as needed;Identifying and analyzing changes to U.S. and foreign anti-bribery laws ( Global Anti-Corruption Laws ) or guidance concerning Global Anti-Corruption Laws, and determining impact to policies, practices and procedures; Reviewing all non-U.S. charitable contribution requests from Business Units in accordance with requirements set forth in the GACC Policy, identify any GACC related red-flags or issues and provide recommendations to Compliance Counsel as to whether they should be approved; Providing support, as needed, for anti-corruption investigations; Providing support for the process for monitoring of gift and entertainment expenses, including providing legal review, as needed; Providing support and guidance to Units concerning the Freight Forwarder Protocol; Developing and delivering training to Units on GACC and other compliance related topics, and supporting training of Business Units CBPs. Protect and maintain the privacy of employee personnel records including, personal and compensation information about employees. Open to future career development opportunities within Business Unit locations.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited institution. Admission in good standing to a State Bar. Corporate or law firm experience on compliance matters, such as Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), preferred. Strong analytical, investigatory and research skills. Good problem-solving and decision-making abilities. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills. Strong work ethic. Keen customer-service focus. Strong organizational skills ability to prioritize tasks based on relative importance and urgency. High integrity.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-15

Senior Counsel, Commercial Contracts - Legal and Compliance

Bridgewater NJ Senior Counsel, Commercial Contracts - Legal and Compliance The candidate will draft, negotiate, revise and finalize contracts in an effective, efficient and time-sensitive manner. Will review promotional materials for compliance with relevant healthcare regulations. Provide timely legal support to assist all departments with their corporate legal needs in order to achieve their functional objectives. Proactively identify the need for, and development of, new or improved templates for common transactions. Keep abreast of developments in the law affecting the Company and its policies and procedures. Must have a Bachelor s Degree and J.D. Degree. Should have 2-4 years of related Legal experience as an attorney, preferably in a pharmaceutical company or outside counsel representing pharmaceutical companies. Should have excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills. Experience negotiating all types of contracts is needed. Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2018-02-15

Senior Counsel - Commercial And Compliance

Billerica MA Senior Counsel - Commercial and Compliance Responsibilities: Provide compliance leadership with key focus on building, maintaining and continuously improving the compliance culture and will also act as primary legal counsel to multiple business segments. Act as a business partner by applying combined business and legal judgment to proposed deals, relationships and other issues requiring legal orcompliance attention. Structure and negotiate strategic business agreements and transactions, including software licensing, technology development, professional services and commercial partnerships. Work with the business team as a legal advisor and partner to identify strategic opportunities to drive growth. Assist with business and compliance integrations in acquired businesses. Manage and support disputes and litigation involving O&G Digital Solutions products, software and services. Proactively manage outside counsel, when brought in to assist. Establish compliance vision & priorities for O&G Digital Solutions. Perform risk assessments to evaluate key risks. Support process simplification in a variety of legal and compliance activities. Ensure rigorous programs to identify, manage and abate key risks, including collecting and reporting on information about risk areas: e.g. early warning system, metrics, audit results. Develop and implement compliance programs, support compliance investigations and lead compliance review boards. Support concern-reporting system, supporting investigations, as required, and ensuring matters are closed quickly and appropriate actions taken. Design and conduct strong communication and training programs to drive employee awareness about key risks and legal and compliance initiatives. Collaborate with regional legal colleagues and subject matters experts to advise the business on complex legal/compliance issues that arise out of the O&G global operations.

Requirements: JD Degree (or global equivalent) from an accredited college or university. 7+ years of experience in business law at a large law firm and/or corporate legal department. Possess an active bar membership. Desired: Experience with compliance issues, such as: remote site risks, controllership, FCPA, anti-money laundering and privacy. A strong commitment to integrity and professionalism, and passion for excellence. Ability to work in complex global environment, substantial experience working in different cultures and an open and tolerant mind with respect to diversity. Ability to communicate in English and demonstrable computer literacy with specific ability to use Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel. CAS, Black Belt six sigma process skills a plus. Proven leadership experience and ability to function as a senior member of a management team. Experience handling software and technology related transactions. Demonstrated experience identifying and resolving legal issues quickly and the ability to prioritize competing demands to make real time decisions in a fast paced environment. Record of successful teamwork, excellent interpersonal skills and a well-developed sense of humor.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-14

Compliance Officer / SR Counsel -Investment Management

Bloomfield CT Compliance Officer / SR Counsel -Investment Management The candidate will be developing incisive reports for the Senior Vice President, Chief Investment Officer and his leadership team, the GCO and the Associate Chief Counsel. Will be ensuring compliance with the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and other applicable federal and state regulations affecting CIM s investment and business operations. Remaining apprised of legislative and regulatory developments that might affect CIM s operation. Developing and implementing an annual risk assessment and mitigation plan. Ensuring that CIM maintains, and periodically updates, compliance policies and procedures that fulfill regulatory requirements and are informed by best business practices. Supporting CIM with internal governance and business compliance requirements, including development and maintenance of related documents and reporting (e.g., investment authorizations, board resolutions, legal entity formations, M&A support, etc.). Developing and implementing training and education programs that promote a culture of compliance and that are tailored to the job responsibilities of the recipients. Ensuring that reports of compliance concerns, including potential violations of firm's Code of Ethics and Principles of Conduct, compliance policies and procedures, or laws or regulations, are timely addressed and escalated appropriately. Supporting Enterprise Compliance and Internal Audit in internal audits and reviews, and investigations of reports of potential instances of non-compliance. Overseeing implementation of corrective action plans and other remedial measures that are undertaken to address compliance risks or concerns. And Collaborating with the Associate Chief Counsel and firm's Legal to develop and implement compliance controls that are warranted, or enhance those that have been previously adopted.

The candidate should have strong academic record, including undergraduate and Juris Doctorate degrees, and 8+ years of relevant employment experience. Significant expertise and understanding of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and state insurance investment regulations is strongly preferred. Must Understand the design and operation of an effective compliance program for CIM business.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-13

Vp Compliance, Associate General Counsel

Akron OH VP Compliance, Associate General Counsel The candidate will be responsible for strategically executing the compliance framework for the company including effective identification, management, and mitigation of risk. Responsible for the effective and efficient development, maintenance, implementation and revision of policies, procedures and other documents required for the operation of the organization's compliance programs. Leads risk-based global compliance assessments. Facilitates and supports interpretation and compliance with all applicable international, federal, state, and industry laws and regulations, and standards across all divisions and departments. Builds and implements an overall Signet-wide compliance framework including employment, credit/financial and miscellaneous compliance. Develops and oversees Signet s Code of Conduct. Develops and implements training relating to the Code of Conduct and other key compliance areas such as AML, Antitrust and Antibribery and Corruption. Monitors compliance risk strategies and independently troubleshoots problems, while providing sound advice to stakeholders. Ensures the Board of Directors, management and Team Members understand and adhere to regulatory and other compliance management requirements. Manages Signet s TIPS hotline, oversees and manages compliance related investigations. Leads the design, development, planning and maintenance of the strategic objectives and goals of Signet s compliance programs in support of the operational response to any interruptions. Develops and keep abreast of latest compliance developments with respect to regulatory bodies and ensure the team is working closely with branches and relevant departments on the implementation. Serves as a liaison between the Company and federal, state and local agencies, including preparing filings as requested. Partners with management to provide guidance on all ethics, business conduct and compliance matters as well as address issues including the development of remediation plans. Prepares and adheres to a Compliance budget. Prepares regular reports to the Board and Senior Management Team relating to the Companies Compliance activities. Manages service providers and team members effectively. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-12

Corporate Counsel, Litigation and Compliance

San Rafael CA Corporate Counsel, Litigation and Compliance The candidate will represent the company and provide global support in intellectual property disputes, commercial litigation, and regulatory investigations and inquiries. Will work closely with outside counsel, our in-house legal team, and other business leaders throughout the company, help manage and support fact and expert discovery, law and motion practice, case strategy and trial preparation, and alternative dispute resolution. Report to firm s Director of Compliance and Litigation. Coordinating and supporting all aspects of IP litigation, commercial disputes, and regulatory investigations. Managing e-discovery systems and processes. Conducting early case assessment, developing dispute resolution strategies, and working with outside counsel to manage lawsuits arising from unresolved third-party disputes. Responding to legal process such as subpoenas, court orders, search warrants, and other legal and regulatory inquiries. Helping to develop and implement proactive processes, policies and procedures to ensure compliance with global laws and regulations in a variety of subject areas, including anti-corruption, competition, revenue-recognition, conflict of interest, and export control and trade compliance. Investigating allegations of noncompliance, and helping to drive remedial and preventive action as necessary. Monitoring updates to laws and regulations as well as changes to firm s product lines and business models to ensure compliance with applicable requirements. Developing new policies and procedures, online and in-person training programs, and smart and practical guidance for our global business teams. Working collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders, including legal colleagues, senior management, Human Resources, and Audit & Advisory Services, to implement and enhance firm s Global Litigation and Legal Compliance Programs.

The candidate should have 5+ years of corporate law experience, including directly relevant litigation experience. Practice at a major law firm is strongly preferred, and prior in-house experience is desirable. Experience overseeing or advising on e-discovery and records management is essential. Broad knowledge of commercial disputes and experience in setting case strategy, managing discovery process, and managing mediation/arbitration and trials is essential. Experience with regulatory and/or internal investigations, and in building, implementing and monitoring effective compliance programs is preferred. California Bar admission in good standing is required. Experience in the software industry is desirable as is a willingness to travel occasionally. Should be problem solver and enjoy handling multiple issues at once. Should have strong communication and interview skills, are level headed and can show empathy in difficult situations. Should have strong, practical legal and analytical skills. Should have substantial experience managing major litigations ?? researching and writing case-deciding briefs; participating in depositions, hearings and trials; working with expert witnesses and consultants; supervising teams of junior attorneys, support staff, and vendors.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-10

Global Channel Compliance (Anti-Corruption) and Contracting Counsel

Wilmington DE Global Channel Compliance (Anti-Corruption) and Contracting Counsel The candidate will provide strategic legal and risk management counsel to global and regional business and functional clients, and the Office of the General Counsel, on Compliance requirements including the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other anti-bribery and corruption ( AB&C ) laws; provide contracting support and counsel to global and regional business and functional clients for complex commercial agreements. Will manage Compliance manual, policies and procedures; and monitor external developments in relation to new legislation and enforcement. Provide Compliance training to key stakeholders (e.g., content development and delivery. Facilitate settlement of pre-suit AB&C regulatory enforcement and litigation claims. Support Legal Department special projects.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited university; attorney in good standing. Should have 6+ years of law firm and/or in-house practice providing counsel to global businesses. Deep knowledge of AB&C laws, and expertise in advising on Compliance legal matters for a global company is essential. Previous AB&C-related government experience is a requirement. Experience providing counsel in Asia, Latin America and other emerging geographies is a plus. Strong leadership presence and demonstrated leadership skill is essential. Should be an experienced attorney to serve as Global Channel Compliance and Contracting Counsel, with a strong anti-corruption/anti-bribery compliance ( Compliance ¯) and commercial contracting background to be the global legal point-person responsible for the strategic and tactical delivery of Compliance and contracting services to Firm channel management, business and functional teams. Must have hands-on experience in developing, advising on and managing global Compliance and screening policies and processes for indirect (e.g., distributors and agents) commercial channels, drafting, negotiating, revising and terminating complex commercial contracts (including, to, sales, distribution, agency, bid, procurement and consulting contracts) and providing and implementing strategic commercial and Compliance legal advice to clients domestically and internationally. Excellent judgment and decision-making skill is essential. Excellent oral and written communication skill is essential.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-09

Compliance Officer / SR Counsel -Investment Management

Philadelphia PA Compliance Officer / SR Counsel -Investment Management The candidate will be developing incisive reports for the Senior Vice President, Chief Investment Officer and his leadership team, the GCO and the Associate Chief Counsel. Will be ensuring compliance with the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and other applicable federal and state regulations affecting CIM s investment and business operations. Remaining apprised of legislative and regulatory developments that might affect CIM s operation. Developing and implementing an annual risk assessment and mitigation plan. Ensuring that CIM maintains, and periodically updates, compliance policies and procedures that fulfill regulatory requirements and are informed by best business practices. Supporting CIM with internal governance and business compliance requirements, including development and maintenance of related documents and reporting (e.g., investment authorizations, board resolutions, legal entity formations, M&A support, etc.). Developing and implementing training and education programs that promote a culture of compliance and that are tailored to the job responsibilities of the recipients. Ensuring that reports of compliance concerns, including potential violations of firm's Code of Ethics and Principles of Conduct, compliance policies and procedures, or laws or regulations, are timely addressed and escalated appropriately. Supporting Enterprise Compliance and Internal Audit in internal audits and reviews, and investigations of reports of potential instances of non-compliance. Overseeing implementation of corrective action plans and other remedial measures that are undertaken to address compliance risks or concerns. And Collaborating with the Associate Chief Counsel and firm's Legal to develop and implement compliance controls that are warranted, or enhance those that have been previously adopted.

The candidate should have strong academic record, including undergraduate and Juris Doctorate degrees, and 8+ years of relevant employment experience. Significant expertise and understanding of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and state insurance investment regulations is strongly preferred. Must Understand the design and operation of an effective compliance program for CIM ?¢s business.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2018-02-07
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Legal Compliance Staff/Senior Attorney
Refer job# RGHE137664
 
Legal Compliance Staff/Senior Attorney Duties: Provides legal counsel and guidance in the ordinary and special activities for FedEx Ground (FXG) to ensure protection of its legal rights and maintain its operations within the limits prescribed by law. Defends FXG against suits and/or claims and prepares the corporation s claims against others. Assesses legal risk and provides management with recommendations regarding matters such as pending litigation, government relations relative to legislation, regulatory compliance, business transactions, commercial contracts, employment laws, and labor matters. Prepares legal documents, pleadings, memoranda, and/or commercial contracts. Creates, updates, and reviews policies and procedures to ensure that the company is operating in compliance with regulations and that regulatory reporting requirements are met. Studies major areas of concern to the Company to recommend appropriate plans of action including changes to policies and procedures. Represents the company before federal, state and local courts, administrative agencies and/or other third-parties. Engages, oversees, directs and/or evaluates the performance and progress of outside counsel representing the company to ensure requisite expert legal advice is obtained when/as necessary. Provides on-the-spot and consistent legal advice from accumulated knowledge and experience. Provides legal counsel on cross-functional and cross-operating company projects and initiatives. Develops and delivers presentations and training to employees, including management, within area of responsibility. Responsible for providing legal advice and direction with respect to the Company s vendor compliance program which includes wage and hour compliance. Responsible for overseeing internal investigations, alert line management, and supporting corporate compliance and training programs, specifically those related to code of conduct, conflicts of interest, confidentiality/privilege, data privacy, and restricted/regulated commodities.

Qualifications: JD Degree required. Admitted to and currently in good standing with the required state Bar. 3 years' experience practicing as a licensed attorney at a law firm, corporation or with the government. Software skills, including use of Microsoft Office software and web-based applications. Verbal and written communication skills necessary to communicate with all levels of management. Time management and organizational skills necessary to manage multiple projects, appropriately prioritize workload, plan for resources to meet deadlines and goals. Ability to analyze, review, and make recommendations. Ability to work and influence peers and senior management. Ability to work in a fast-paced and deadline-oriented environment Self-motivated with critical attention to detail, deadlines and reporting. Ability to work independently with little or no supervision. Preferred: Knowledge and experience related to vendor compliance programs; Knowledge and experience conducting or overseeing internal investigations; and Knowledge and experience with corporate compliance and training programs.
 
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In-house Counsel, Regulatory Compliance
Refer job# ONNF137681
 
In-House Counsel, Regulatory Compliance Duties: Providing legal guidance on all aspects of Engineering network operations, including 911. Will: advise on legal requirements for 911 service and outage reporting, for existing and new products and services; deliver actionable, practical legal advice to clients and assist them in complying with internal policies, and federal and state regulations, while meeting business objectives; implement compliance programs through partnership and collaboration with the business and other legal experts; support the development of automation and tools for compliance with regulations in engineers and operations response to outage incident response; prepare letters and/or talking points for communications to federal and state regulatory agencies, including the FCC; demonstrate creativity in partnering with engineering and product teams to address regulatory compliance challenges; be willing to take on complex, fast-moving projects and be proactive in delivering actionable guidance and driving to solutions; monitor changes in 911 law and regulation, recommend new policy and procedures as necessary to meet new compliance obligations; coordinate with Government Affairs on proposed changes or modifications of law and regulation; and communicate legal advice to engineering and operations clients in a simple, informal, practical and un-legalistic way.

QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree from an accredited university with strong academic credentials. 4+ years of experience at a law firm, regulatory agency, and/or in-house. Prior telecom or technology experience a plus. Experience in litigation, investigations, regulatory, or adversarial situations preferred. Ability to lead and advise on complex and fast-moving projects. Effective communicator. Understanding of state and federal regulatory requirements for 911 service a plus.
 
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Staff Attorney, Global Anti-corruption Compliance
Refer job# VPDI137682
 
Staff Attorney, Global Anti-Corruption Compliance (GACC) Duties: Conduct legal review of due diligence records, serve as the subject matter expert for GACC policy-related questions, and provide support to the compliance counsel with anti-corruption risk assessments and investigations. Conduct legal review of due diligence records for Covered Business Partners (CBP) operating throughout the world (currently over 1,000 in total): Review compiled CBP responses and supporting documentation - identify red-flags and risks to the company that may exist in any proposed third-party relationship; Analyze potential adverse information identified in media searches and denied party screening process; Review and analyze local law summaries pertinent to any third-party CBP agreement to ensure that the proposed relationship would comply with applicable laws; Review and analyze outside counsel opinions concerning any investigations involving the CBP; Assess Business Unit rationale, proposed compensation and other factors in connection with the requested CBP review; Coordinate with Business Unit Legal Counsel regarding questions, red-flags and other potential issues that may be raised during CBP due diligence to assess risk, identify follow-up actions or recommendations for mitigating GACC risk to the Business Unit; Develop guidance and provide Corporate Officer with an overview of due diligence and recommendations concerning requests from Business Units to appoint or retain a CBP, or requests to amend existing CBP agreements; Serve as a subject matter and legal resource for GACC Policy related questions, including questions and issues involving due diligence for third party Business Partners, transactions with government customers, gifts, hospitality, entertainment and travel for government officials and others, charitable contributions outside of the U.S. and GACC training needs; and provide guidance to Business Units concerning the CBP review process. Assist Compliance Counsel with: Developing and drafting updates, revisions and clarifications to GACC Policy, Supplement, supporting exhibits and procedures; GACC risk assessments and providing support to Business Units to implement new processes required for compliance with GACC Policy; Implementing new procedures or protocols and providing training to Business Units as needed;Identifying and analyzing changes to U.S. and foreign anti-bribery laws ( Global Anti-Corruption Laws ) or guidance concerning Global Anti-Corruption Laws, and determining impact to policies, practices and procedures; Reviewing all non-U.S. charitable contribution requests from Business Units in accordance with requirements set forth in the GACC Policy, identify any GACC related red-flags or issues and provide recommendations to Compliance Counsel as to whether they should be approved; Providing support, as needed, for anti-corruption investigations; Providing support for the process for monitoring of gift and entertainment expenses, including providing legal review, as needed; Providing support and guidance to Units concerning the Freight Forwarder Protocol; Developing and delivering training to Units on GACC and other compliance related topics, and supporting training of Business Units CBPs. Protect and maintain the privacy of employee personnel records including, personal and compensation information about employees. Open to future career development opportunities within Business Unit locations.

Qualifications: Law degree from an accredited institution. Admission in good standing to a State Bar. Corporate or law firm experience on compliance matters, such as Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), preferred. Strong analytical, investigatory and research skills. Good problem-solving and decision-making abilities. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Strong interpersonal skills. Strong work ethic. Keen customer-service focus. Strong organizational skills ability to prioritize tasks based on relative importance and urgency. High integrity.
 
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Senior Counsel, Commercial Contracts - Legal and Compliance
Refer job# TRSL137685
 
Senior Counsel, Commercial Contracts - Legal and Compliance The candidate will draft, negotiate, revise and finalize contracts in an effective, efficient and time-sensitive manner. Will review promotional materials for compliance with relevant healthcare regulations. Provide timely legal support to assist all departments with their corporate legal needs in order to achieve their functional objectives. Proactively identify the need for, and development of, new or improved templates for common transactions. Keep abreast of developments in the law affecting the Company and its policies and procedures. Must have a Bachelor s Degree and J.D. Degree. Should have 2-4 years of related Legal experience as an attorney, preferably in a pharmaceutical company or outside counsel representing pharmaceutical companies. Should have excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills. Experience negotiating all types of contracts is needed.
 
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Senior Counsel - Commercial And Compliance
Refer job# ZLTH137656
 
Senior Counsel - Commercial and Compliance Responsibilities: Provide compliance leadership with key focus on building, maintaining and continuously improving the compliance culture and will also act as primary legal counsel to multiple business segments. Act as a business partner by applying combined business and legal judgment to proposed deals, relationships and other issues requiring legal orcompliance attention. Structure and negotiate strategic business agreements and transactions, including software licensing, technology development, professional services and commercial partnerships. Work with the business team as a legal advisor and partner to identify strategic opportunities to drive growth. Assist with business and compliance integrations in acquired businesses. Manage and support disputes and litigation involving O&G Digital Solutions products, software and services. Proactively manage outside counsel, when brought in to assist. Establish compliance vision & priorities for O&G Digital Solutions. Perform risk assessments to evaluate key risks. Support process simplification in a variety of legal and compliance activities. Ensure rigorous programs to identify, manage and abate key risks, including collecting and reporting on information about risk areas: e.g. early warning system, metrics, audit results. Develop and implement compliance programs, support compliance investigations and lead compliance review boards. Support concern-reporting system, supporting investigations, as required, and ensuring matters are closed quickly and appropriate actions taken. Design and conduct strong communication and training programs to drive employee awareness about key risks and legal and compliance initiatives. Collaborate with regional legal colleagues and subject matters experts to advise the business on complex legal/compliance issues that arise out of the O&G global operations.

Requirements: JD Degree (or global equivalent) from an accredited college or university. 7+ years of experience in business law at a large law firm and/or corporate legal department. Possess an active bar membership. Desired: Experience with compliance issues, such as: remote site risks, controllership, FCPA, anti-money laundering and privacy. A strong commitment to integrity and professionalism, and passion for excellence. Ability to work in complex global environment, substantial experience working in different cultures and an open and tolerant mind with respect to diversity. Ability to communicate in English and demonstrable computer literacy with specific ability to use Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel. CAS, Black Belt six sigma process skills a plus. Proven leadership experience and ability to function as a senior member of a management team. Experience handling software and technology related transactions. Demonstrated experience identifying and resolving legal issues quickly and the ability to prioritize competing demands to make real time decisions in a fast paced environment. Record of successful teamwork, excellent interpersonal skills and a well-developed sense of humor.
 
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Compliance Officer / SR Counsel -Investment Management
Refer job# BSTS137644
 
Compliance Officer / SR Counsel -Investment Management The candidate will be developing incisive reports for the Senior Vice President, Chief Investment Officer and his leadership team, the GCO and the Associate Chief Counsel. Will be ensuring compliance with the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and other applicable federal and state regulations affecting CIM s investment and business operations. Remaining apprised of legislative and regulatory developments that might affect CIM s operation. Developing and implementing an annual risk assessment and mitigation plan. Ensuring that CIM maintains, and periodically updates, compliance policies and procedures that fulfill regulatory requirements and are informed by best business practices. Supporting CIM with internal governance and business compliance requirements, including development and maintenance of related documents and reporting (e.g., investment authorizations, board resolutions, legal entity formations, M&A support, etc.). Developing and implementing training and education programs that promote a culture of compliance and that are tailored to the job responsibilities of the recipients. Ensuring that reports of compliance concerns, including potential violations of firm's Code of Ethics and Principles of Conduct, compliance policies and procedures, or laws or regulations, are timely addressed and escalated appropriately. Supporting Enterprise Compliance and Internal Audit in internal audits and reviews, and investigations of reports of potential instances of non-compliance. Overseeing implementation of corrective action plans and other remedial measures that are undertaken to address compliance risks or concerns. And Collaborating with the Associate Chief Counsel and firm's Legal to develop and implement compliance controls that are warranted, or enhance those that have been previously adopted.

The candidate should have strong academic record, including undergraduate and Juris Doctorate degrees, and 8+ years of relevant employment experience. Significant expertise and understanding of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and state insurance investment regulations is strongly preferred. Must Understand the design and operation of an effective compliance program for CIM business.
 
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Vp Compliance, Associate General Counsel
Refer job# RKLT137629
 
VP Compliance, Associate General Counsel The candidate will be responsible for strategically executing the compliance framework for the company including effective identification, management, and mitigation of risk. Responsible for the effective and efficient development, maintenance, implementation and revision of policies, procedures and other documents required for the operation of the organization's compliance programs. Leads risk-based global compliance assessments. Facilitates and supports interpretation and compliance with all applicable international, federal, state, and industry laws and regulations, and standards across all divisions and departments. Builds and implements an overall Signet-wide compliance framework including employment, credit/financial and miscellaneous compliance. Develops and oversees Signet s Code of Conduct. Develops and implements training relating to the Code of Conduct and other key compliance areas such as AML, Antitrust and Antibribery and Corruption. Monitors compliance risk strategies and independently troubleshoots problems, while providing sound advice to stakeholders. Ensures the Board of Directors, management and Team Members understand and adhere to regulatory and other compliance management requirements. Manages Signet s TIPS hotline, oversees and manages compliance related investigations. Leads the design, development, planning and maintenance of the strategic objectives and goals of Signet s compliance programs in support of the operational response to any interruptions. Develops and keep abreast of latest compliance developments with respect to regulatory bodies and ensure the team is working closely with branches and relevant departments on the implementation. Serves as a liaison between the Company and federal, state and local agencies, including preparing filings as requested. Partners with management to provide guidance on all ethics, business conduct and compliance matters as well as address issues including the development of remediation plans. Prepares and adheres to a Compliance budget. Prepares regular reports to the Board and Senior Management Team relating to the Companies Compliance activities. Manages service providers and team members effectively.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Litigation and Compliance
Refer job# SNPO137614
 
Corporate Counsel, Litigation and Compliance The candidate will represent the company and provide global support in intellectual property disputes, commercial litigation, and regulatory investigations and inquiries. Will work closely with outside counsel, our in-house legal team, and other business leaders throughout the company, help manage and support fact and expert discovery, law and motion practice, case strategy and trial preparation, and alternative dispute resolution. Report to firm s Director of Compliance and Litigation. Coordinating and supporting all aspects of IP litigation, commercial disputes, and regulatory investigations. Managing e-discovery systems and processes. Conducting early case assessment, developing dispute resolution strategies, and working with outside counsel to manage lawsuits arising from unresolved third-party disputes. Responding to legal process such as subpoenas, court orders, search warrants, and other legal and regulatory inquiries. Helping to develop and implement proactive processes, policies and procedures to ensure compliance with global laws and regulations in a variety of subject areas, including anti-corruption, competition, revenue-recognition, conflict of interest, and export control and trade compliance. Investigating allegations of noncompliance, and helping to drive remedial and preventive action as necessary. Monitoring updates to laws and regulations as well as changes to firm s product lines and business models to ensure compliance with applicable requirements. Developing new policies and procedures, online and in-person training programs, and smart and practical guidance for our global business teams. Working collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders, including legal colleagues, senior management, Human Resources, and Audit & Advisory Services, to implement and enhance firm s Global Litigation and Legal Compliance Programs.

The candidate should have 5+ years of corporate law experience, including directly relevant litigation experience. Practice at a major law firm is strongly preferred, and prior in-house experience is desirable. Experience overseeing or advising on e-discovery and records management is essential. Broad knowledge of commercial disputes and experience in setting case strategy, managing discovery process, and managing mediation/arbitration and trials is essential. Experience with regulatory and/or internal investigations, and in building, implementing and monitoring effective compliance programs is preferred. California Bar admission in good standing is required. Experience in the software industry is desirable as is a willingness to travel occasionally. Should be problem solver and enjoy handling multiple issues at once. Should have strong communication and interview skills, are level headed and can show empathy in difficult situations. Should have strong, practical legal and analytical skills. Should have substantial experience managing major litigations ?? researching and writing case-deciding briefs; participating in depositions, hearings and trials; working with expert witnesses and consultants; supervising teams of junior attorneys, support staff, and vendors.
 
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Global Channel Compliance (Anti-Corruption) and Contracting Counsel
Refer job# FQAS137565
 
Global Channel Compliance (Anti-Corruption) and Contracting Counsel The candidate will provide strategic legal and risk management counsel to global and regional business and functional clients, and the Office of the General Counsel, on Compliance requirements including the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other anti-bribery and corruption ( AB&C ) laws; provide contracting support and counsel to global and regional business and functional clients for complex commercial agreements. Will manage Compliance manual, policies and procedures; and monitor external developments in relation to new legislation and enforcement. Provide Compliance training to key stakeholders (e.g., content development and delivery. Facilitate settlement of pre-suit AB&C regulatory enforcement and litigation claims. Support Legal Department special projects.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited university; attorney in good standing. Should have 6+ years of law firm and/or in-house practice providing counsel to global businesses. Deep knowledge of AB&C laws, and expertise in advising on Compliance legal matters for a global company is essential. Previous AB&C-related government experience is a requirement. Experience providing counsel in Asia, Latin America and other emerging geographies is a plus. Strong leadership presence and demonstrated leadership skill is essential. Should be an experienced attorney to serve as Global Channel Compliance and Contracting Counsel, with a strong anti-corruption/anti-bribery compliance ( Compliance ¯) and commercial contracting background to be the global legal point-person responsible for the strategic and tactical delivery of Compliance and contracting services to Firm channel management, business and functional teams. Must have hands-on experience in developing, advising on and managing global Compliance and screening policies and processes for indirect (e.g., distributors and agents) commercial channels, drafting, negotiating, revising and terminating complex commercial contracts (including, to, sales, distribution, agency, bid, procurement and consulting contracts) and providing and implementing strategic commercial and Compliance legal advice to clients domestically and internationally. Excellent judgment and decision-making skill is essential. Excellent oral and written communication skill is essential.
 
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Compliance Officer / SR Counsel -Investment Management
Refer job# YGLE137538
 
Compliance Officer / SR Counsel -Investment Management The candidate will be developing incisive reports for the Senior Vice President, Chief Investment Officer and his leadership team, the GCO and the Associate Chief Counsel. Will be ensuring compliance with the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and other applicable federal and state regulations affecting CIM s investment and business operations. Remaining apprised of legislative and regulatory developments that might affect CIM s operation. Developing and implementing an annual risk assessment and mitigation plan. Ensuring that CIM maintains, and periodically updates, compliance policies and procedures that fulfill regulatory requirements and are informed by best business practices. Supporting CIM with internal governance and business compliance requirements, including development and maintenance of related documents and reporting (e.g., investment authorizations, board resolutions, legal entity formations, M&A support, etc.). Developing and implementing training and education programs that promote a culture of compliance and that are tailored to the job responsibilities of the recipients. Ensuring that reports of compliance concerns, including potential violations of firm's Code of Ethics and Principles of Conduct, compliance policies and procedures, or laws or regulations, are timely addressed and escalated appropriately. Supporting Enterprise Compliance and Internal Audit in internal audits and reviews, and investigations of reports of potential instances of non-compliance. Overseeing implementation of corrective action plans and other remedial measures that are undertaken to address compliance risks or concerns. And Collaborating with the Associate Chief Counsel and firm's Legal to develop and implement compliance controls that are warranted, or enhance those that have been previously adopted.

The candidate should have strong academic record, including undergraduate and Juris Doctorate degrees, and 8+ years of relevant employment experience. Significant expertise and understanding of the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and state insurance investment regulations is strongly preferred. Must Understand the design and operation of an effective compliance program for CIM ?¢s business.
 
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