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Compliance Attorney (temporary)

San Rafael CA Compliance Attorney (Temporary) Duties: Assist the Vice President, Deputy Compliance Officer in implementing, updating, monitoring, and enforcing the compliance policies and processes and subsidiaries as part of the Global Compliance & Ethics Program (GCEP). Specifically, the Director will support the Anti-Bribery Anti-Corruption ( ABAC ) Program and Investigations. Support the development, implementation, and maintenance of GCEP activities relating to the ABAC Program, including maintenance and development of ABAC procedures, and support of cross-regional GCE partners to ensure business activities comport with global healthcare compliance regulations. Assist with regulatory intelligence efforts regarding global ABAC laws, including drafting memorandum regarding statutory developments and performing an impact assessment. Support the global ABAC program development, including: FMV Program - Support workable, business-oriented solutions for achieving fair market value in payments to HCPs and patient/PAG stakeholders worldwide. Due Diligence - Assist with vetting of partners and consultants, leveraging external background check resources as well as internal systems, and ensure systematic escalation and vetting of red flags. Monitoring and Healthcare Audits - Execute on ABAC data monitoring, healthcare audits and assessments, and response protocols are in place to respond to developing risks. Training - assist with development of training materials. Database and Dashboard maintenance - assist with design and development of dashboard representing all ABAC workstreams. Assist training program owner to ensure regional GCE and business personnel are briefed, trained, and prepared for dawn raid scenarios. Support regional GCE personnel in establishing regional monitoring/audit plans. Assist the VP, Deputy Compliance Officer in managing cross-regional coordination and communication - provide centralized GCE support to business stakeholders undertaking global (cross-regional) activities, and support analysis of regional GCE activities and controls. Assist with development and implementation of corrective action plans where compliance violations have been established. Coordinate project management of various GCEP related activities and requirements, including management and coordination of outside consultants.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree and JD are required. Experience with and/or understanding of compliance issues confronting the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and/or healthcare industry generally. Experience with FCPA and/or ABAC matters or programs a plus. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the requirements for effective compliance programs as set forth in OIG Guidance and the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. Excellent written, oral, and presentation skills. Motivated, self-starter and team player with ability to appropriately prioritize issues and allocate resources. Positive attitude and sense of humor are critical.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-06

Securities Compliance Attorney/officer

Duluth GA Securities Compliance Attorney/Officer The candidate must have Bachelor's Degree and/or Juris Doctor. Excellent analytical, research, and writing skills. Excellent interpersonal relationship skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent analytical, research, and writing skills. Ability to function independently as well as well as cooperativel. Ability to perform assigned tasks within the specified time frames and meet quality expectations. Ability to conduct research and provide management with proposed solutions. Ability to manage multiple priorities and quickly and efficiently adapt to changes in procedures or policies. Excellent PowerPoint, Word, and Excel skills are required. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-04

Compliance - SEC Counsel

McLean VA Compliance - SEC Counsel Responsibilities: Preparation and filing of all SEC Exchange Act reports (e.g., Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K), Securities Act registration statements (e.g., Forms S-1, S-3 and S-8), and Section 16 reports, as well as other regulatory filings required in the U.S. Federal and state securities law compliance and associated issues, including insider trading and trade approvals. Planning for stockholder meetings. Advising Board of Directors on governance matters. Advising Board of Directors and Executive Management on general regulatory compliance. Developing a global compliance program to proactively identify regulatory issues. Ensuring compliance with foreign securities laws. Developing and managing other compliance activities, including anti-trust, anti-bribery and training staff globally. Developing and enhancing processes and programs to ensure compliance with internal policies, applicable law and regulations. Supervising and coordinating work of external counsel as needed. Working with General Counsel in advising regional and executive management of legal, compliance and risk management issues related to existing and contemplated commercial transactions and initiatives. Monitoring legal, legislative and regulatory trends applicable to the business and coordinating with and training the business as needed. Reporting matters as required to the Companys General Counsel and proactively working with the Legal Team on compliance issues. Assisting with other legal and compliance projects globally.

Qualifications: JD Degree with current admission to VA, DC or MD state Bar; work experience at AMLAW 200 law firm. SEC and compliance experience is required along with knowledge of regulatory and compliance obligations affecting public companies. Effective communicator with solid interpersonal, verbal and written skills. A team player who can interact at all levels of the business, including Board of Directors and Executives.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-04

Compliance And Employment Counsel

Portland OR Compliance And Employment Counsel The candidate will perform duties include : Provide legal advice and counsel regarding ethics and compliance issues, and serve as subject-matter expert for issues related to corporate governance and corporate compliance; Manage firms relevant ethics and compliance policies, procedures and guidelines, adding, reviewing and revising as appropriate; Maintain an understanding of current and emerging laws, regulations and trends related to anti-corruption, export controls, and corporate governance; assist Legal Director, Employment and Compliance on US and global employment laws, including maintaining policies, updating templates, and reviewing issues raised by the People Team for compliance with applicable law(s); Collaborate with other corporate functions, including legal, workplace resources, people team, executive team, and finance team to resolve issues and mitigate risks; Review concerns raised through the compliance hotline or other channels, determine the appropriate action to be taken, including the investigation scope and plan; Assist with internal investigations, as appropriate, through every phase; Develop and deliver training and communications programs to educate employees and management and promote ethical and compliant culture; Conduct risk assessments and evaluate effectiveness of compliance program elements; recommend and implement improvements based on such evaluation; Maintain our subsidiary and affiliated company corporate documentation under the direction of Director, Commercial and Corporate Counsel. Must have JD degree and active membership in at least one U.S. state bar and 3-5 years experience, including substantial experience in internal investigations, and corporate compliance or internal investigations/audit. Employment law experience is nice. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-04-04

Erisa Compliance Attorney

Falls Church VA ERISA Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for monitoring and communicating ongoing and changing laws affecting health and welfare plans, including ACA, ERISA, the Code, HIPAA, and COBRA. Be responsible for the development and presentation of materials on various health and welfare compliance related issues to internal sales teams, as well as external clients. Establish effective working relationships with internal partners, clients and carriers. Function as part of a national team of Employee Benefit Attorneys to meet the overall objectives for the health and welfare compliance team. Research, read, evaluate and edit articles, alerts and other materials for publication or distribution to internal and external clients. Gather material, perform research, and assist client service team in the formulation of strategy to solve client problems related to ERISA, ACA, the Code, HIPAA and state issues affecting health and welfare plans. Develop and maintain compliance education tools for health and welfare compliance. Create and deliver presentations to internal staff and to external clients and prospects. Monitor and identify legal developments such as relevant statutes, regulations, case law and legal articles affecting employee benefit plans. Maintain and update compliance library resources, including cross checking and validating that information is up-to date.

The candidate should have College degree, Juris Doctor (JD) and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar. 4-8 years of experience in working on compliance issues of employer-sponsored welfare benefits plans is highly regarded. Must have background and thorough understanding of the various laws that impact health and welfare plans including ACA, ERISA, COBRA, HIPAA, FMLA, Internal Revenue Code and insurance laws that affect these programs. Strong research and writing skills and experience with interpreting statutes and regulations are valuable.
Legal 4 - 8 Full-time 2020-04-03

Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel

Plano TX Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the legal matters of Advisory Services. This critical role focuses upon both all legal issues related to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ( Act ), and all legal issues affecting and impacting an investment advisor serving a defined market. Will report to the Chief Legal Officer with assigned duties to the Chief Investment Officer ( CIO ), Advisory Services. Accountabilities: Compliance: Development, design, and implementation of compliance policies and procedures, consistent with law (federal and state-specific) and the Act, in close collaboration with the business team. Identify, monitor, and communicate changes to federal, state, and local laws, and case law for impact to the business team and associated services. Provide solution recommendations when changes in laws or trends affect how the advisory business may be transacted. Investments: Substantial experience with investment advisory services, and the Act. Thorough legal understanding of investments, including fixed income instruments, U.S. government obligations, corporate debt, credit structures, residential mortgage related securities, asset-backed, commercial mortgage-backed securities, and equity instruments. Extensive legal understanding of debt/equity investment ratings, asset valuations, and regulatory requirements applicable to investment portfolios. Capacity and attention to detail in performing and managing due diligence processes. Ability to research, issue-spot, draft, review, and work with outside counsel on issues related to the Act. Transactional: Review, draft, and administer investment management agreements, and other related legal documents in connection with internal as well as external parties. Develop solutions in all phases of transactions, including initial assessments, diligence, negotiation, execution, and integration. Corporate: Corporate governance law including process, policies, and related rules, regulations, and requirements. Ensuring full, proper, and sufficient governance records. General: Stay current on all applicable federal and state laws and regulations by conducting ongoing research and identify and communicate changes as they occur; assess associated legal and business risks and identify risk mitigation options. Prepare and maintain relevant reports, memos, and other records. Identify and problem resolve issues that develop during the course of each acquisition event, transactions, corporate matters, and compliance issues. Communicate regularly with CIO. Qualifications: Admission to a state bar/J. D degree from accredited law school. Finance, economics, or related undergraduate degree, preferred. 5 years of relevant experience with a law firm or corporation. 7 years of legal experience. Proficient in Microsoft Office (incl. Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), Outlook, and Windows Explorer, Internet and web research, and Adobe Acrobat. Proven drafting, strong writing, and analytical skills. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-04-03

Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel

New York City NY Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the legal matters of Advisory Services. This critical role focuses upon both all legal issues related to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ( Act ), and all legal issues affecting and impacting an investment advisor serving a defined market. Will report to the Chief Legal Officer with assigned duties to the Chief Investment Officer ( CIO ), Advisory Services. Accountabilities: Compliance: Development, design, and implementation of compliance policies and procedures, consistent with law (federal and state-specific) and the Act, in close collaboration with the business team. Identify, monitor, and communicate changes to federal, state, and local laws, and case law for impact to the business team and associated services. Provide solution recommendations when changes in laws or trends affect how the advisory business may be transacted. Investments: Substantial experience with investment advisory services, and the Act. Thorough legal understanding of investments, including fixed income instruments, U.S. government obligations, corporate debt, credit structures, residential mortgage related securities, asset-backed, commercial mortgage-backed securities, and equity instruments. Extensive legal understanding of debt/equity investment ratings, asset valuations, and regulatory requirements applicable to investment portfolios. Capacity and attention to detail in performing and managing due diligence processes. Ability to research, issue-spot, draft, review, and work with outside counsel on issues related to the Act. Transactional: Review, draft, and administer investment management agreements, and other related legal documents in connection with internal as well as external parties. Develop solutions in all phases of transactions, including initial assessments, diligence, negotiation, execution, and integration. Corporate: Corporate governance law including process, policies, and related rules, regulations, and requirements. Ensuring full, proper, and sufficient governance records. General: Stay current on all applicable federal and state laws and regulations by conducting ongoing research and identify and communicate changes as they occur; assess associated legal and business risks and identify risk mitigation options. Prepare and maintain relevant reports, memos, and other records. Identify and problem resolve issues that develop during the course of each acquisition event, transactions, corporate matters, and compliance issues. Communicate regularly with CIO. Qualifications: Admission to a state bar/J. D degree from accredited law school. Finance, economics, or related undergraduate degree, preferred. 5 years of relevant experience with a law firm or corporation. 7 years of legal experience. Proficient in Microsoft Office (incl. Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), Outlook, and Windows Explorer, Internet and web research, and Adobe Acrobat. Proven drafting, strong writing, and analytical skills. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-04-03

Trade Compliance Counsel

Saint Louis MO Trade Compliance Counsel Duties: Provide effective legal counsel in import, export and regulatory compliance, including performing regulatory analysis and provide advice on product classification. Build strong and effective relationships with cross-functional teams in order to understand and address business needs related to import/export and other market access requirements. Develop and monitor trade compliance best practices and strategies, including duty savings and free trade optimization activities. Conduct internal risk assessment and supervise customs compliance audits and transaction testing. Assess current compliance-related resources, processes and systems to drive improvement and enhance organization trade compliance and performance. Additionally, a successful candidate will have the following responsibilities: Provide regulatory interpretation and guidance in the following areas: Anti-Boycott/Restrictive Trade Practices, Export Control Classification, Export Licensing, Licensing Exceptions, Trade Compliance Programs, Trade Compliance Training, Export Documentation, Third Party Due Diligence, Restricted Parties, Sanctions and Controlled Activities/Items. Provide management and oversight to NAHCs Trade Compliance Organization throughout the Americas region, including staffing and organizational decisions. Provide periodic reports to leadership on performance measures and business operations to include recommended changes to programs, policies and training. Plan and coordinate import/export activities, including the flow of products to/from foreign destinations, related customer service, brokerage and customs transactions. Proactively collaborate and partner with program managers, internal functions and senior leadership to define licensing requirements and prepare timely export authorization applications as well as proviso reconsiderations in compliance with ITAR and EAR. Track trade compliance against metrics to track success of implemented process solutions. Maintain NAHC and related entities Import and Export Compliance Programs and advise senior leaders of potential violations and recommend corrective action. Maintain knowledge of current import and export regulations and pending legislation; plan and implement internal programs and policies as required to address risks and respond to changes. Implement and enhance processes, policies and technical solutions aligned with the global trade strategy and business objectives, defining requirements, while fostering broader understanding of requirements. Ensure global trade records are maintained in accordance with government document retention requirements. Provide guidance on Automated Export System filings to ensure filings are accurate and errors are resolved. Provide support and quality control oversight of in-house export and import classifications. Conduct periodic reviews and valuation of trade professionals and company awareness training, determining the appropriate training content, objective and design.

Qualifications: JD degree required, Master's Degree in related field preferred. Member in good standing of at least one U.S. state Bar. 7-10 years experience with an in-house legal team and/or large commercial law firm, with experience in regulatory and policy advice in International Trade Compliance. Highly motivated with a strong work ethic and good interpersonal skills. Proven strong management and leadership skills, with strong organization skills, attention to detail, and solid analytical and problem-solving abilities. Experience in management and oversight of people and teams, including staffing and organizational decisions. Must be a U.S person pursuant to Section 120.15 of ITAR. Experience with US Regulators (such as OFAC, State Department, CBP). Experience advising clients on licensing, enforcement actions, internal investigations and audits, export classification, encryption, due diligence in mergers and acquisitions and on the design, implementation, and administration of compliance programs. Experience advising clients on compliance with US export controls, trade and economic sanctions, and anti-boycott controls. Demonstrate understanding of global trade regulations and compliance programs. Capable of interpreting laws and translating them into business practices. Experience with audits, self-assessments, investigations, voluntary disclosures and corrective action process. Knowledge of trade automation software and systems. Experience working in a matrix environment and influencing at multiple levels in the organization. Strong oral and written presentation and communication skills. Knowledge of U.S. Import laws and Programs, including Foreign Trade Zones and C-TPAT. Knowledge of U.S. Export Control Regulations, including ITAR, EAR, and OFAC regulations.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2020-04-03

Compliance - Sec Counsel (part-time Or Full-time)

McLean VA Compliance - SEC Counsel The candidate will be preparation and filing of all SEC Exchange Act reports (e.g., Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K), Securities Act registration statements (e.g., Forms S-1, S-3 and S-8), and Section 16 reports, as well as other regulatory filings required in the U.S. Federal and state securities law compliance and associated issues, including insider trading and trade approvals, Planning for stockholder meetings. Advising Board of Directors on governance matters. Advising Board of Directors and Executive Management on general regulatory compliance. Developing a global compliance program to proactively identify regulatory issues. Ensuring compliance with foreign securities laws. Developing and managing other compliance activities, including anti-trust, anti-bribery and training staff globally. Developing and enhancing processes and programs to ensure compliance with internal policies, applicable law and regulations. Supervising and coordinating work of external counsel as needed. Working with General Counsel in advising regional and executive management of legal, compliance and risk management issues related to existing and contemplated commercial transactions and initiatives. Monitoring legal, legislative and regulatory trends applicable to the business and coordinating with and training the business as needed. Reporting matters as required to the Companys General Counsel and proactively working with the Legal Team on compliance issues. Assisting with other legal and compliance projects globally. JD degree with current admission to VA, DC or MD state bar; work experience at AMLAW 200 law firm is needed. SEC and compliance experience is required along with knowledge of regulatory and compliance obligations affecting public companies are essential. Legal 0 - 0 Part_time 2020-04-03

Senior Regulatory And Compliance Counsel

San Francisco CA Senior Regulatory and Compliance Counsel Duties: Serves as a primary point person for Cruises ethics and compliance program, ensuring that Cruise exercises due diligence and sound internal controls to operate with integrity and protect against legal risk. Will develop and document ethics and compliance policies and procedures that meet the federal sentencing guidelines. Will maintain, implement, and manage all training on compliance-related subjects and hot-line processes. Will be responsible for providing legal support to any compliance investigations and audits. Will work closely with the senior management and human resources to evaluate and respond to suspected compliance violations, and for consistent enforcement, disclosure, and remedial action protocols. Will also review and draft legal documents and advise employees on legal and regulatory issues related to vendors, projects, and marketing. Assess compliance training needs in light of current policies, external developments, and specific risk areas. Develop and deliver content to meet these needs. Understand the business environment and use analytical skills and experience to set compliance priorities, and recommend options to minimize compliance risk. Advise on training on monitoring and auditing activities related to the business and help ensure compliance with applicable legal requirements. Conduct periodic compliance risk assessments and assist in developing appropriate mitigation plans. Provide day to day guidance to employees on regulatory compliance matters.

Qualifications: Law degree from highly regarded school; technical undergraduate degree a plus. Member of a State Bar. Experienced attorney with 10+ years doing regulatory and/or compliance work in a top law firm and/or in-house legal department. Strong, demonstrated interest in technology and what Cruise does; ability to relate with engineers and get in the details. Data, privacy and security counseling experience a plus. Knowledge and experience with CFIUS, Export Compliance and Sanctions a plus. Ability to collaborate in a team environment and cross-functionally. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects with short deadlines simultaneously. Highly responsive and service oriented with excellent legal and business judgment.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-04-02
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Compliance Attorney (temporary)
Refer job# OAMA149072
 
Compliance Attorney (Temporary) Duties: Assist the Vice President, Deputy Compliance Officer in implementing, updating, monitoring, and enforcing the compliance policies and processes and subsidiaries as part of the Global Compliance & Ethics Program (GCEP). Specifically, the Director will support the Anti-Bribery Anti-Corruption ( ABAC ) Program and Investigations. Support the development, implementation, and maintenance of GCEP activities relating to the ABAC Program, including maintenance and development of ABAC procedures, and support of cross-regional GCE partners to ensure business activities comport with global healthcare compliance regulations. Assist with regulatory intelligence efforts regarding global ABAC laws, including drafting memorandum regarding statutory developments and performing an impact assessment. Support the global ABAC program development, including: FMV Program - Support workable, business-oriented solutions for achieving fair market value in payments to HCPs and patient/PAG stakeholders worldwide. Due Diligence - Assist with vetting of partners and consultants, leveraging external background check resources as well as internal systems, and ensure systematic escalation and vetting of red flags. Monitoring and Healthcare Audits - Execute on ABAC data monitoring, healthcare audits and assessments, and response protocols are in place to respond to developing risks. Training - assist with development of training materials. Database and Dashboard maintenance - assist with design and development of dashboard representing all ABAC workstreams. Assist training program owner to ensure regional GCE and business personnel are briefed, trained, and prepared for dawn raid scenarios. Support regional GCE personnel in establishing regional monitoring/audit plans. Assist the VP, Deputy Compliance Officer in managing cross-regional coordination and communication - provide centralized GCE support to business stakeholders undertaking global (cross-regional) activities, and support analysis of regional GCE activities and controls. Assist with development and implementation of corrective action plans where compliance violations have been established. Coordinate project management of various GCEP related activities and requirements, including management and coordination of outside consultants.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree and JD are required. Experience with and/or understanding of compliance issues confronting the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and/or healthcare industry generally. Experience with FCPA and/or ABAC matters or programs a plus. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the requirements for effective compliance programs as set forth in OIG Guidance and the Federal Sentencing Guidelines. Excellent written, oral, and presentation skills. Motivated, self-starter and team player with ability to appropriately prioritize issues and allocate resources. Positive attitude and sense of humor are critical.
 
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Securities Compliance Attorney/officer
Refer job# VCJP149042
 
Securities Compliance Attorney/Officer The candidate must have Bachelor's Degree and/or Juris Doctor. Excellent analytical, research, and writing skills. Excellent interpersonal relationship skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Excellent analytical, research, and writing skills. Ability to function independently as well as well as cooperativel. Ability to perform assigned tasks within the specified time frames and meet quality expectations. Ability to conduct research and provide management with proposed solutions. Ability to manage multiple priorities and quickly and efficiently adapt to changes in procedures or policies. Excellent PowerPoint, Word, and Excel skills are required.
 
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Compliance - SEC Counsel
Refer job# QFQL149043
 
Compliance - SEC Counsel Responsibilities: Preparation and filing of all SEC Exchange Act reports (e.g., Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K), Securities Act registration statements (e.g., Forms S-1, S-3 and S-8), and Section 16 reports, as well as other regulatory filings required in the U.S. Federal and state securities law compliance and associated issues, including insider trading and trade approvals. Planning for stockholder meetings. Advising Board of Directors on governance matters. Advising Board of Directors and Executive Management on general regulatory compliance. Developing a global compliance program to proactively identify regulatory issues. Ensuring compliance with foreign securities laws. Developing and managing other compliance activities, including anti-trust, anti-bribery and training staff globally. Developing and enhancing processes and programs to ensure compliance with internal policies, applicable law and regulations. Supervising and coordinating work of external counsel as needed. Working with General Counsel in advising regional and executive management of legal, compliance and risk management issues related to existing and contemplated commercial transactions and initiatives. Monitoring legal, legislative and regulatory trends applicable to the business and coordinating with and training the business as needed. Reporting matters as required to the Companys General Counsel and proactively working with the Legal Team on compliance issues. Assisting with other legal and compliance projects globally.

Qualifications: JD Degree with current admission to VA, DC or MD state Bar; work experience at AMLAW 200 law firm. SEC and compliance experience is required along with knowledge of regulatory and compliance obligations affecting public companies. Effective communicator with solid interpersonal, verbal and written skills. A team player who can interact at all levels of the business, including Board of Directors and Executives.
 
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Compliance And Employment Counsel
Refer job# ORDZ149048
 
Compliance And Employment Counsel The candidate will perform duties include : Provide legal advice and counsel regarding ethics and compliance issues, and serve as subject-matter expert for issues related to corporate governance and corporate compliance; Manage firms relevant ethics and compliance policies, procedures and guidelines, adding, reviewing and revising as appropriate; Maintain an understanding of current and emerging laws, regulations and trends related to anti-corruption, export controls, and corporate governance; assist Legal Director, Employment and Compliance on US and global employment laws, including maintaining policies, updating templates, and reviewing issues raised by the People Team for compliance with applicable law(s); Collaborate with other corporate functions, including legal, workplace resources, people team, executive team, and finance team to resolve issues and mitigate risks; Review concerns raised through the compliance hotline or other channels, determine the appropriate action to be taken, including the investigation scope and plan; Assist with internal investigations, as appropriate, through every phase; Develop and deliver training and communications programs to educate employees and management and promote ethical and compliant culture; Conduct risk assessments and evaluate effectiveness of compliance program elements; recommend and implement improvements based on such evaluation; Maintain our subsidiary and affiliated company corporate documentation under the direction of Director, Commercial and Corporate Counsel. Must have JD degree and active membership in at least one U.S. state bar and 3-5 years experience, including substantial experience in internal investigations, and corporate compliance or internal investigations/audit. Employment law experience is nice.
 
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Erisa Compliance Attorney
Refer job# BGXY149025
 
ERISA Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for monitoring and communicating ongoing and changing laws affecting health and welfare plans, including ACA, ERISA, the Code, HIPAA, and COBRA. Be responsible for the development and presentation of materials on various health and welfare compliance related issues to internal sales teams, as well as external clients. Establish effective working relationships with internal partners, clients and carriers. Function as part of a national team of Employee Benefit Attorneys to meet the overall objectives for the health and welfare compliance team. Research, read, evaluate and edit articles, alerts and other materials for publication or distribution to internal and external clients. Gather material, perform research, and assist client service team in the formulation of strategy to solve client problems related to ERISA, ACA, the Code, HIPAA and state issues affecting health and welfare plans. Develop and maintain compliance education tools for health and welfare compliance. Create and deliver presentations to internal staff and to external clients and prospects. Monitor and identify legal developments such as relevant statutes, regulations, case law and legal articles affecting employee benefit plans. Maintain and update compliance library resources, including cross checking and validating that information is up-to date.

The candidate should have College degree, Juris Doctor (JD) and membership in good standing in at least one State Bar. 4-8 years of experience in working on compliance issues of employer-sponsored welfare benefits plans is highly regarded. Must have background and thorough understanding of the various laws that impact health and welfare plans including ACA, ERISA, COBRA, HIPAA, FMLA, Internal Revenue Code and insurance laws that affect these programs. Strong research and writing skills and experience with interpreting statutes and regulations are valuable.
 
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Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel
Refer job# WBXN149026
 
Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the legal matters of Advisory Services. This critical role focuses upon both all legal issues related to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ( Act ), and all legal issues affecting and impacting an investment advisor serving a defined market. Will report to the Chief Legal Officer with assigned duties to the Chief Investment Officer ( CIO ), Advisory Services. Accountabilities: Compliance: Development, design, and implementation of compliance policies and procedures, consistent with law (federal and state-specific) and the Act, in close collaboration with the business team. Identify, monitor, and communicate changes to federal, state, and local laws, and case law for impact to the business team and associated services. Provide solution recommendations when changes in laws or trends affect how the advisory business may be transacted. Investments: Substantial experience with investment advisory services, and the Act. Thorough legal understanding of investments, including fixed income instruments, U.S. government obligations, corporate debt, credit structures, residential mortgage related securities, asset-backed, commercial mortgage-backed securities, and equity instruments. Extensive legal understanding of debt/equity investment ratings, asset valuations, and regulatory requirements applicable to investment portfolios. Capacity and attention to detail in performing and managing due diligence processes. Ability to research, issue-spot, draft, review, and work with outside counsel on issues related to the Act. Transactional: Review, draft, and administer investment management agreements, and other related legal documents in connection with internal as well as external parties. Develop solutions in all phases of transactions, including initial assessments, diligence, negotiation, execution, and integration. Corporate: Corporate governance law including process, policies, and related rules, regulations, and requirements. Ensuring full, proper, and sufficient governance records. General: Stay current on all applicable federal and state laws and regulations by conducting ongoing research and identify and communicate changes as they occur; assess associated legal and business risks and identify risk mitigation options. Prepare and maintain relevant reports, memos, and other records. Identify and problem resolve issues that develop during the course of each acquisition event, transactions, corporate matters, and compliance issues. Communicate regularly with CIO. Qualifications: Admission to a state bar/J. D degree from accredited law school. Finance, economics, or related undergraduate degree, preferred. 5 years of relevant experience with a law firm or corporation. 7 years of legal experience. Proficient in Microsoft Office (incl. Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), Outlook, and Windows Explorer, Internet and web research, and Adobe Acrobat. Proven drafting, strong writing, and analytical skills.
 
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Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel
Refer job# JOLW149027
 
Compliance Officer / Managing Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the legal matters of Advisory Services. This critical role focuses upon both all legal issues related to the Investment Advisers Act of 1940 ( Act ), and all legal issues affecting and impacting an investment advisor serving a defined market. Will report to the Chief Legal Officer with assigned duties to the Chief Investment Officer ( CIO ), Advisory Services. Accountabilities: Compliance: Development, design, and implementation of compliance policies and procedures, consistent with law (federal and state-specific) and the Act, in close collaboration with the business team. Identify, monitor, and communicate changes to federal, state, and local laws, and case law for impact to the business team and associated services. Provide solution recommendations when changes in laws or trends affect how the advisory business may be transacted. Investments: Substantial experience with investment advisory services, and the Act. Thorough legal understanding of investments, including fixed income instruments, U.S. government obligations, corporate debt, credit structures, residential mortgage related securities, asset-backed, commercial mortgage-backed securities, and equity instruments. Extensive legal understanding of debt/equity investment ratings, asset valuations, and regulatory requirements applicable to investment portfolios. Capacity and attention to detail in performing and managing due diligence processes. Ability to research, issue-spot, draft, review, and work with outside counsel on issues related to the Act. Transactional: Review, draft, and administer investment management agreements, and other related legal documents in connection with internal as well as external parties. Develop solutions in all phases of transactions, including initial assessments, diligence, negotiation, execution, and integration. Corporate: Corporate governance law including process, policies, and related rules, regulations, and requirements. Ensuring full, proper, and sufficient governance records. General: Stay current on all applicable federal and state laws and regulations by conducting ongoing research and identify and communicate changes as they occur; assess associated legal and business risks and identify risk mitigation options. Prepare and maintain relevant reports, memos, and other records. Identify and problem resolve issues that develop during the course of each acquisition event, transactions, corporate matters, and compliance issues. Communicate regularly with CIO. Qualifications: Admission to a state bar/J. D degree from accredited law school. Finance, economics, or related undergraduate degree, preferred. 5 years of relevant experience with a law firm or corporation. 7 years of legal experience. Proficient in Microsoft Office (incl. Excel, Word, and PowerPoint), Outlook, and Windows Explorer, Internet and web research, and Adobe Acrobat. Proven drafting, strong writing, and analytical skills.
 
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Trade Compliance Counsel
Refer job# SBNZ149028
 
Trade Compliance Counsel Duties: Provide effective legal counsel in import, export and regulatory compliance, including performing regulatory analysis and provide advice on product classification. Build strong and effective relationships with cross-functional teams in order to understand and address business needs related to import/export and other market access requirements. Develop and monitor trade compliance best practices and strategies, including duty savings and free trade optimization activities. Conduct internal risk assessment and supervise customs compliance audits and transaction testing. Assess current compliance-related resources, processes and systems to drive improvement and enhance organization trade compliance and performance. Additionally, a successful candidate will have the following responsibilities: Provide regulatory interpretation and guidance in the following areas: Anti-Boycott/Restrictive Trade Practices, Export Control Classification, Export Licensing, Licensing Exceptions, Trade Compliance Programs, Trade Compliance Training, Export Documentation, Third Party Due Diligence, Restricted Parties, Sanctions and Controlled Activities/Items. Provide management and oversight to NAHCs Trade Compliance Organization throughout the Americas region, including staffing and organizational decisions. Provide periodic reports to leadership on performance measures and business operations to include recommended changes to programs, policies and training. Plan and coordinate import/export activities, including the flow of products to/from foreign destinations, related customer service, brokerage and customs transactions. Proactively collaborate and partner with program managers, internal functions and senior leadership to define licensing requirements and prepare timely export authorization applications as well as proviso reconsiderations in compliance with ITAR and EAR. Track trade compliance against metrics to track success of implemented process solutions. Maintain NAHC and related entities Import and Export Compliance Programs and advise senior leaders of potential violations and recommend corrective action. Maintain knowledge of current import and export regulations and pending legislation; plan and implement internal programs and policies as required to address risks and respond to changes. Implement and enhance processes, policies and technical solutions aligned with the global trade strategy and business objectives, defining requirements, while fostering broader understanding of requirements. Ensure global trade records are maintained in accordance with government document retention requirements. Provide guidance on Automated Export System filings to ensure filings are accurate and errors are resolved. Provide support and quality control oversight of in-house export and import classifications. Conduct periodic reviews and valuation of trade professionals and company awareness training, determining the appropriate training content, objective and design.

Qualifications: JD degree required, Master's Degree in related field preferred. Member in good standing of at least one U.S. state Bar. 7-10 years experience with an in-house legal team and/or large commercial law firm, with experience in regulatory and policy advice in International Trade Compliance. Highly motivated with a strong work ethic and good interpersonal skills. Proven strong management and leadership skills, with strong organization skills, attention to detail, and solid analytical and problem-solving abilities. Experience in management and oversight of people and teams, including staffing and organizational decisions. Must be a U.S person pursuant to Section 120.15 of ITAR. Experience with US Regulators (such as OFAC, State Department, CBP). Experience advising clients on licensing, enforcement actions, internal investigations and audits, export classification, encryption, due diligence in mergers and acquisitions and on the design, implementation, and administration of compliance programs. Experience advising clients on compliance with US export controls, trade and economic sanctions, and anti-boycott controls. Demonstrate understanding of global trade regulations and compliance programs. Capable of interpreting laws and translating them into business practices. Experience with audits, self-assessments, investigations, voluntary disclosures and corrective action process. Knowledge of trade automation software and systems. Experience working in a matrix environment and influencing at multiple levels in the organization. Strong oral and written presentation and communication skills. Knowledge of U.S. Import laws and Programs, including Foreign Trade Zones and C-TPAT. Knowledge of U.S. Export Control Regulations, including ITAR, EAR, and OFAC regulations.
 
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Compliance - Sec Counsel (part-time Or Full-time)
Refer job# WGMP149037
 
Compliance - SEC Counsel The candidate will be preparation and filing of all SEC Exchange Act reports (e.g., Forms 10-K, 10-Q and 8-K), Securities Act registration statements (e.g., Forms S-1, S-3 and S-8), and Section 16 reports, as well as other regulatory filings required in the U.S. Federal and state securities law compliance and associated issues, including insider trading and trade approvals, Planning for stockholder meetings. Advising Board of Directors on governance matters. Advising Board of Directors and Executive Management on general regulatory compliance. Developing a global compliance program to proactively identify regulatory issues. Ensuring compliance with foreign securities laws. Developing and managing other compliance activities, including anti-trust, anti-bribery and training staff globally. Developing and enhancing processes and programs to ensure compliance with internal policies, applicable law and regulations. Supervising and coordinating work of external counsel as needed. Working with General Counsel in advising regional and executive management of legal, compliance and risk management issues related to existing and contemplated commercial transactions and initiatives. Monitoring legal, legislative and regulatory trends applicable to the business and coordinating with and training the business as needed. Reporting matters as required to the Companys General Counsel and proactively working with the Legal Team on compliance issues. Assisting with other legal and compliance projects globally. JD degree with current admission to VA, DC or MD state bar; work experience at AMLAW 200 law firm is needed. SEC and compliance experience is required along with knowledge of regulatory and compliance obligations affecting public companies are essential.
 
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Senior Regulatory And Compliance Counsel
Refer job# YLYN149011
 
Senior Regulatory and Compliance Counsel Duties: Serves as a primary point person for Cruises ethics and compliance program, ensuring that Cruise exercises due diligence and sound internal controls to operate with integrity and protect against legal risk. Will develop and document ethics and compliance policies and procedures that meet the federal sentencing guidelines. Will maintain, implement, and manage all training on compliance-related subjects and hot-line processes. Will be responsible for providing legal support to any compliance investigations and audits. Will work closely with the senior management and human resources to evaluate and respond to suspected compliance violations, and for consistent enforcement, disclosure, and remedial action protocols. Will also review and draft legal documents and advise employees on legal and regulatory issues related to vendors, projects, and marketing. Assess compliance training needs in light of current policies, external developments, and specific risk areas. Develop and deliver content to meet these needs. Understand the business environment and use analytical skills and experience to set compliance priorities, and recommend options to minimize compliance risk. Advise on training on monitoring and auditing activities related to the business and help ensure compliance with applicable legal requirements. Conduct periodic compliance risk assessments and assist in developing appropriate mitigation plans. Provide day to day guidance to employees on regulatory compliance matters.

Qualifications: Law degree from highly regarded school; technical undergraduate degree a plus. Member of a State Bar. Experienced attorney with 10+ years doing regulatory and/or compliance work in a top law firm and/or in-house legal department. Strong, demonstrated interest in technology and what Cruise does; ability to relate with engineers and get in the details. Data, privacy and security counseling experience a plus. Knowledge and experience with CFIUS, Export Compliance and Sanctions a plus. Ability to collaborate in a team environment and cross-functionally. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects with short deadlines simultaneously. Highly responsive and service oriented with excellent legal and business judgment.
 
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