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In-house Counsel/compliance Officer

Rising Sun IN In-House Counsel/Compliance Officer Duties: Serve as company Resort Compliance Officer. Facilitate and assist in all communication with the Indiana Gaming Commission regarding statute and regulation interpretation, requests for variances, and other related matters; Respond to all IGC inquiries regarding regulatory matters. Responsible for compliance and reporting issues needed by Full House Resorts, Inc. Draft and review of Internal Controls for gaming operations; Assist Internal Audit in compliance efforts where appropriate. Provide compliance training directives to operational training managers on regulations, Internal Controls; Monitor all departmental compliance training to ensure appropriate attendance and tracking of corrective actions. Chair compliance-related committees (i.e. Compliance & Training, MBE/WBE, Title 31 or others as assigned). Conduct regulatory investigations, as requested by General Manager or Full House General Counsel/Secretary. Assist Full House General Counsel/Secretary in contract administration and conduct vendor background checks as appropriate. Assist with drafting company policies and procedures. Assist the Director of Human Resources as needed. Manage outside litigation. Administer Records Retention policy. Provide service to internal and external customers which reflect the company culture of Satisfaction, Togetherness, Appreciation and Recognition. (S.T.A.R.). Responsible for immediately informing on-site IGC Agent on duty, Security and Supervisor on Duty of any Internal Control or State Regulation violations related to gaming activity of which you commit, witness or become aware; must report pursuant to company Self-Reporting Policy. Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned by General Manager or Full House Secretary/General Counsel.

Qualifications: Experience Required: Experience working in gaming or other highly regulated environment. Experience in contract administration, risk and litigation management or other legal background preferred. Education Required: Four year degree required; Juris Doctor (JD) and/or additional advanced degrees or course work preferred. Skills, Knowledge and/or Abilities Required: Analytical thinking, clear concise writing; communication skills to Senior Management staff and line personnel; ability to manage multiple projects and tasks with varying priority and deadlines. Licenses, Certifications, Bonding, and/or Testing Required: Must be able to obtain: Indiana Gaming Commission Occupational License Level 1. Other Specialized Requirements: Computer literate.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-03

Sr. Counsel, Compliance And Complex Litigation

Fremont CA Senior Counsel, Compliance and Complex Litigation The candidate will develop strategy and actively manage complex employment litigation, including wage and hour class actions, PAGA actions, and collective actions. Develop and execute effective litigation management (including e-discovery), coordination with company witnesses and record custodians, and settlement strategies. Manage outside counsel handling employment litigation, including management of budgets, directing strategy, and reviewing pleadings and other documents. Respond to attorney demand letters and agency matters, including government-initiated inquiries and audits. Provide legal advice and counsel and serve as subject-matter expert regarding Human Resources related compliance issues. Maintain an understanding of current and emerging laws, regulations and trends related to North American employment and labor laws. Work closely with outside counsel to manage risk and ensure that internal partners receive effective, business-focused employment law support. Licensed attorney with 8-10 years experience in employment litigation and advice and counseling, including knowledge of California labor and employment laws. Employment law and litigation experience at alaw firm or government agency, including experience defending wage and hour and/or Title VII class actions, PAGA actions, and collective actions. Track record of working efficiently with a client-service focus in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Experience delivering advice and counsel to clients such as Human Resources particularly in the areas of California and federal labor and employment laws. Prior in-house work experience strongly preferred. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-01

Senior Counsel And Compliance Officer

The Woodlands TX Senior Counsel And Compliance Officer The candidate is responsible for drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and advising clients on a variety of matters primarily relating to derivatives, internal compliance and regulatory compliance issues. May require advising clients on secured or securitized lending matters, either based on existing expertise or expertise developed over time during the tenure. Support the General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer (GCCO) in efforts to ensure that the Legal department assumes responsibility for all matters requiring Legal collaboration for Weather & Commodity Risk Holdings and its subsidiaries (MWCH). Review, negotiate, and process for execution transactional agreements (e.g. ISDA, MSA, PSA, Credit Agreements) confidentiality agreements, vendor agreements, software licenses and other agreements associated with ongoing business operations. Facilities: Review and manage all facilities and vendor agreements. Provides oversight and advice to the relevant administrative staff regarding questions and issues that arise with respect to facilities and resource management. Work as part of a team with other departments within MWCH to ensure issues are examined from all necessary angles. Contract management. Assist with the development of a process and system for managing contracts. Ensure appropriate management of templates. Compliance: Communicate and disseminate information to employees regarding a broad spectrum of compliance related topics, including but not limited to regulatory requirements, code of ethics, and internal controls. Assist with compliance training and internal hot-line processes. Internal Compliance: Assist the GCCO with the development and implementation of local policies and guidelines to ensure compliance with the Group's requirements. Develops a strong understanding of ethics and compliance programs, including due diligence and training. Ensures that MWCH is able to produce all necessary information in order to comply with internal reporting requirements (including annual planning). Develops relationship with Group Compliance and Legal to facilitate communication. External Compliance: Ensures the company is up to date with regulatory requirements and requisite filings by identifying, assessing and monitoring current and emerging compliance issues in the various jurisdictions where MWCH is active globally and when entering new markets. Assists with oversight and monitoring of regulatory reporting requirements. Performs and documents results of Know Your Customer checks on third parties. Advise MRRF as needed on reserve-based lending transactions in the oil and gas industry, providing structuring, documentation and legal support. Qualifications: Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in Texas or another a U.S. jurisdiction required; 5 - 7 years of transactional experience working in a law firm, or practicing as in-house counsel for an energy or commodities trading company; Solid knowledge of ISDA master agreement and related agreements required; Understanding of the regulatory framework and application of federal and state regulations to a weather and commodities firm required; Understanding of the derivatives-related regulatory developments and their implications for U.S.-domiciled entities in Australia, Asia, South America and Europe; Understanding of reserve-based lending structures, credit agreements and other secured lending arrangements a plus; Familiarity with the oil and gas business - midstream, gathering, and processing agreements a plus; Strong negotiation and communication skills (written and oral) are required. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-07-01

Lead Compliance Counsel - Government Contracts And Political Activities

Austin TX Lead Compliance Counsel - Government Contracts And Political Activities The candidate will be responsible for: Assist in the design and implementation of company-wide government contracting compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on the company's compliance with international and U.S. federal, state, and municipal government contracting and procurement laws, rules, and regulations. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes, and training. Strong collaboration with clients, with other teams within Legal, and with cross-functional teams across the company, including HR, sales, commercial and product teams, to coordinate compliance programs and initiatives. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Should have 5+ years of compliance experience, including with the Federal Acquisition Regulations, FedRamp, and international government procurement regimes. Either in-house and/or at a global law firm experience. Experience with internet, technology, or telecommunications companies preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Compliance Counsel

Seattle WA Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Keep informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting Adaptive. Appropriately triage a heavy workflow, setting appropriate priorities with clients and delivering results within the reasonable agreed timelines. Substantial responsibility for ensuring appropriate interactions with healthcare providers and others, and reviewing and monitoring promotional materials and activities, as well as business strategies and tactics, associated with one of the Company's discrete therapeutic areas. Responsible for the periodic review, revision and supplementation of corporate and commercial compliance policies, procedures and monitoring to ensure they appropriately reflect legal and regulatory developments. Participates, with limited direction, in complex cross-functional internal teams reviewing business processes that affect the Adaptive Compliance Program. Advance a positive spirit of solution-oriented partnership and collaboration with internal clients, internal legal colleagues and outside counsel. Exercise mature and reliable judgment while enjoying the company's enthusiastic, informal and fast-paced environment. In conjunction with other compliance department personnel, implementing and overseeing a healthcare compliance monitoring and testing program for the US. Helps others apply laws and regulations correctly and ensure consistent adherence. Is relied upon for sound compliance guidance and applies a strategic approach to problem-solving.

Requirements: JD Degree from a nationally accredited law school. 5+ years prior in-house or law firm experience providing legal counsel on the laws and regulations relating to drugs or devices, demonstrating growth and ability to succeed. Must demonstrate in-depth knowledge of the legal and regulatory environment as it relates to healthcare compliance in bio/pharma/medical device/diagnostics (includes Anti-Kickback Statutes, False Claims Act, Food Drug and Cosmetic Act, advertising laws and regulatory guidances, legal contract principles, AdvaMed Code, etc.). Strong verbal and written business communication skills: highly adept at synthesizing and summarizing complex and/or voluminous content into clear, concise and actionable communication or training. Strong influencing skills: proven track record and experience building and cultivating relationships with key partners and stakeholders across organizational levels. Must have demonstrated high EQ and client-service orientation; able to recognize and respond quickly and pragmatically to urgent situations and demanding clients. Ability to work under fast-paced conditions, comfortable making decisions and demonstrates good judgment. Strong process-orientation: has proven effectiveness in identifying, developing and implementing scalable/sustainable process and other continuous improvements to achieve organizational efficiencies and increase effectiveness. Excellent project management skills: can prioritize multiple tasks and goals to ensure timely, on-target and within-budget accomplishments. Committed team player while taking initiative to get results with minimal supervision.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Director, Compliance Counsel

Acton MA Director, Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Assist in the implementation and maintenance of the Company's compliance program, including support in areas such as the following: Communicating with and providing guidance to business units as required. Conduct risk assessments, internal compliance monitoring, compliance investigations. Assist with compliance communication and training programs. Track and assess Company compliance with policies and procedures and the overall effectiveness of the compliance program. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have Juris Doctor from an accredited law school, currently in good standing with a state bar association. Should have 5-8 years of experience with compliance programs in the health care industry, preferably with a medical device company. Must have good working knowledge of the legal and regulatory framework affecting the medical device industry including interactions with health care professionals and end-user customers, federal and state false claims, anti-kickback, anti-inducement and transparency reporting laws and regulations, HIPAA data privacy and security, the AdvaMed Code of Ethics, standards established by CMS and DHHS-OIG for effective compliance programs, Medicare Part D and pharmacy pricing/formulary matters, and clinical research. Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2020-06-29

Senior International Trade Compliance Counsel

Palm Beach Gardens FL Senior International Trade Compliance Counsel The candidate will provide general advice and counseling on international trade compliance laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standard work. Will manage investigations of potential or suspected violations of law or company policy and, where required, prepare disclosures to U.S. Government agencies. Manage all trade compliance matters in the ITC investigation management system, including opening new investigations and inquiries, working with key investigators, and oversee the completion of corrective actions by business units throughout the globe. Manage and oversee complex transaction reviews for our global business enterprise that touch on multi-jurisdictional sanctions programs and export control regimes. Manage and update sanctions, export & licensing compliance procedures; draft processes and work step instructions in support of compliance policy and procedures. Implement new processes and procedures across business. Support the development and communication of solid ITC program infrastructure, leadership, culture, awareness and training. Prepare factual summaries, presentations and training materials regarding trade compliance issues and obligations, and lead presentations to and training sessions for business teams and management as needed. Participate in audits, internal reviews and investigations to identify compliance enhancement opportunities and develop corrective actions and risk mitigation strategies to address compliance gaps. Project leadership in compliance enhancement initiatives by collaborating with other departments (Engineering, Human Resources, Supply Chain, IT etc.) and leading cross-functional teams.

The candidate should have BA/BS degree and JD with 5+ years of experience. Must have extensive working knowledge of the EAR, OFAC and other sanction programs, and antiboycott regulations. General corporate or commercial experience providing guidance and practical solutions for doing business  with or in other countries preferred. Must be proficient at approaching problems/risks/issues with professionalism, confidence and decisiveness. Compliance program, risk management and/or investigations experience a plus.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Compliance Counsel, Americas

Greensboro NC Compliance Counsel, Americas The candidate will be responsible for: Supports and upholds company management in compliance matters to strengthen compliance awareness and interacts with managers and employees at the company's above referenced locations; plays a key role in identifying potential compliance obstacles and provides compliance input and advice. Manages third party due diligence program in designated business areas. Works closely with legal team, senior management and human resources to evaluate and respond to suspected compliance violations, conduct and/or oversee internal investigations, and assist in development of appropriate countermeasures and oversee implementation of such countermeasures in a timely manner. Ensures company employees understand and comply with relevant compliance policies through training and communication. Continuously improves compliance tools and databases. Identifies potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risks within the business units; develops and implements corresponding preventive/corrective action plans; tracks progress on remediation and provides appropriate reporting. Prepares for the possibility of audits and investigations by developing strategies, maintaining records and designing procedures. Must have JD from a top-tier law school. Should have 5-7 years of experience in corporate compliance, with a minimum of 3 years in-house. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills including the ability to effectively write and edit reports and business correspondence. Should have good project management skills. Must have solid understanding of key anti-bribery laws and sanctions/export control laws applicable to the company, including the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ( FCPA ) and Office of Foreign Assets Control ( OFAC ) trade sanctions. Should have proficiency in leading in-person and online training and other presentations. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2020-06-29

Legal Compliance: Senior Attorney/Senior Counsel

Brookfield WI Legal Compliance: Senior Attorney/Senior Counsel The candidate will provides legal counsel and guidance in the ordinary and special activities for Firm's to ensure protection of its legal rights and maintain its operations within the limits prescribed by law. Will defends firm's 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.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree. Must have 6+ years of experience practicing as a licensed attorney at a law firm, corporation or with the government. Must be Admitted to and currently in good standing with the required state Bar. Software skills, including use of Microsoft Office software and web-based applications is required. Must have verbal and written communication skills necessary to communicate with all levels of management. Knowledge and experience related to vendor compliance programs is plus. Knowledge and experience conducting or overseeing internal investigations is preferred. Knowledge and experience with corporate compliance and training programs including data privacy is desired.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Compliance Counsel

Washington DC Compliance Counsel Duties: Efficiently and effectively investigates, researches and analyzes alleged violations of CFP Board. Standards of Professional Conduct. Provides guidance to Compliance Analysts and other department personnel on the handling of. investigations, including with respect to the same issues that arise in the Compliance Counsel s. investigations. Identifies and expedites the investigation of targeted classes of investigations, such as financial. planning cases or customer grievances. Acts as an advocate on behalf of CFP Board in hearings before CFP Board's Disciplinary and. Ethics Commission. Responds to emails and telephone calls requesting guidance with respect to compliance with. and applicability of the Standards of Professional Conduct, as requested by the General Counsel.. Collaborates with the Director of Investigations as to the handling of investigations, complaints,. and requests for guidance. Recommends procedures and policies that will assist in the efficiency of the department. Assists the General Counsel with meetings of councils, commissions, and working groups. charged with the responsibility of reviewing the Standards. Provides legal research and writing support for issues pertaining to federal and state regulation. of broker-dealers, registered investment advisers, insurance agents and other financial. professionals. Advises other CFP Board Departments regarding compliance and ethical issues as needed. Conducts and oversees background checks for CFP Board volunteers and Board members. Reviews CFP Board Continuing Education sponsor's ethics program applications for alignment. with Standards, in collaboration with CFP Board's Continuing Education department.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Active status licensed attorney in any state; eligible to be admitted in the District of Columbia Bar. 3+ years experience as an enforcement attorney presenting cases in. administrative hearings or similar substantive legal practice experience desired. Working knowledge of broker-dealer, investment adviser and insurance regulations desired. Ability to prepare and present facts in a logical, clear and concise manner. Exemplary written and oral communications skills. Self-starter with strong motivation, proven results orientation and consistent track record. Ability to quickly prioritize and meet critical deadlines. Strong customer service focus and ability to effectively communicate with individuals under. duress. Proficiency with Microsoft Office.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29
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In-house Counsel/compliance Officer
Refer job# WATT150388
 
In-House Counsel/Compliance Officer Duties: Serve as company Resort Compliance Officer. Facilitate and assist in all communication with the Indiana Gaming Commission regarding statute and regulation interpretation, requests for variances, and other related matters; Respond to all IGC inquiries regarding regulatory matters. Responsible for compliance and reporting issues needed by Full House Resorts, Inc. Draft and review of Internal Controls for gaming operations; Assist Internal Audit in compliance efforts where appropriate. Provide compliance training directives to operational training managers on regulations, Internal Controls; Monitor all departmental compliance training to ensure appropriate attendance and tracking of corrective actions. Chair compliance-related committees (i.e. Compliance & Training, MBE/WBE, Title 31 or others as assigned). Conduct regulatory investigations, as requested by General Manager or Full House General Counsel/Secretary. Assist Full House General Counsel/Secretary in contract administration and conduct vendor background checks as appropriate. Assist with drafting company policies and procedures. Assist the Director of Human Resources as needed. Manage outside litigation. Administer Records Retention policy. Provide service to internal and external customers which reflect the company culture of Satisfaction, Togetherness, Appreciation and Recognition. (S.T.A.R.). Responsible for immediately informing on-site IGC Agent on duty, Security and Supervisor on Duty of any Internal Control or State Regulation violations related to gaming activity of which you commit, witness or become aware; must report pursuant to company Self-Reporting Policy. Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned by General Manager or Full House Secretary/General Counsel.

Qualifications: Experience Required: Experience working in gaming or other highly regulated environment. Experience in contract administration, risk and litigation management or other legal background preferred. Education Required: Four year degree required; Juris Doctor (JD) and/or additional advanced degrees or course work preferred. Skills, Knowledge and/or Abilities Required: Analytical thinking, clear concise writing; communication skills to Senior Management staff and line personnel; ability to manage multiple projects and tasks with varying priority and deadlines. Licenses, Certifications, Bonding, and/or Testing Required: Must be able to obtain: Indiana Gaming Commission Occupational License Level 1. Other Specialized Requirements: Computer literate.
 
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Sr. Counsel, Compliance And Complex Litigation
Refer job# RQAT150371
 
Senior Counsel, Compliance and Complex Litigation The candidate will develop strategy and actively manage complex employment litigation, including wage and hour class actions, PAGA actions, and collective actions. Develop and execute effective litigation management (including e-discovery), coordination with company witnesses and record custodians, and settlement strategies. Manage outside counsel handling employment litigation, including management of budgets, directing strategy, and reviewing pleadings and other documents. Respond to attorney demand letters and agency matters, including government-initiated inquiries and audits. Provide legal advice and counsel and serve as subject-matter expert regarding Human Resources related compliance issues. Maintain an understanding of current and emerging laws, regulations and trends related to North American employment and labor laws. Work closely with outside counsel to manage risk and ensure that internal partners receive effective, business-focused employment law support. Licensed attorney with 8-10 years experience in employment litigation and advice and counseling, including knowledge of California labor and employment laws. Employment law and litigation experience at alaw firm or government agency, including experience defending wage and hour and/or Title VII class actions, PAGA actions, and collective actions. Track record of working efficiently with a client-service focus in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Experience delivering advice and counsel to clients such as Human Resources particularly in the areas of California and federal labor and employment laws. Prior in-house work experience strongly preferred.
 
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Senior Counsel And Compliance Officer
Refer job# KZUE150372
 
Senior Counsel And Compliance Officer The candidate is responsible for drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and advising clients on a variety of matters primarily relating to derivatives, internal compliance and regulatory compliance issues. May require advising clients on secured or securitized lending matters, either based on existing expertise or expertise developed over time during the tenure. Support the General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer (GCCO) in efforts to ensure that the Legal department assumes responsibility for all matters requiring Legal collaboration for Weather & Commodity Risk Holdings and its subsidiaries (MWCH). Review, negotiate, and process for execution transactional agreements (e.g. ISDA, MSA, PSA, Credit Agreements) confidentiality agreements, vendor agreements, software licenses and other agreements associated with ongoing business operations. Facilities: Review and manage all facilities and vendor agreements. Provides oversight and advice to the relevant administrative staff regarding questions and issues that arise with respect to facilities and resource management. Work as part of a team with other departments within MWCH to ensure issues are examined from all necessary angles. Contract management. Assist with the development of a process and system for managing contracts. Ensure appropriate management of templates. Compliance: Communicate and disseminate information to employees regarding a broad spectrum of compliance related topics, including but not limited to regulatory requirements, code of ethics, and internal controls. Assist with compliance training and internal hot-line processes. Internal Compliance: Assist the GCCO with the development and implementation of local policies and guidelines to ensure compliance with the Group's requirements. Develops a strong understanding of ethics and compliance programs, including due diligence and training. Ensures that MWCH is able to produce all necessary information in order to comply with internal reporting requirements (including annual planning). Develops relationship with Group Compliance and Legal to facilitate communication. External Compliance: Ensures the company is up to date with regulatory requirements and requisite filings by identifying, assessing and monitoring current and emerging compliance issues in the various jurisdictions where MWCH is active globally and when entering new markets. Assists with oversight and monitoring of regulatory reporting requirements. Performs and documents results of Know Your Customer checks on third parties. Advise MRRF as needed on reserve-based lending transactions in the oil and gas industry, providing structuring, documentation and legal support. Qualifications: Juris Doctor from an accredited law school and licensed to practice law in Texas or another a U.S. jurisdiction required; 5 - 7 years of transactional experience working in a law firm, or practicing as in-house counsel for an energy or commodities trading company; Solid knowledge of ISDA master agreement and related agreements required; Understanding of the regulatory framework and application of federal and state regulations to a weather and commodities firm required; Understanding of the derivatives-related regulatory developments and their implications for U.S.-domiciled entities in Australia, Asia, South America and Europe; Understanding of reserve-based lending structures, credit agreements and other secured lending arrangements a plus; Familiarity with the oil and gas business - midstream, gathering, and processing agreements a plus; Strong negotiation and communication skills (written and oral) are required.
 
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Lead Compliance Counsel - Government Contracts And Political Activities
Refer job# SHRF150329
 
Lead Compliance Counsel - Government Contracts And Political Activities The candidate will be responsible for: Assist in the design and implementation of company-wide government contracting compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on the company's compliance with international and U.S. federal, state, and municipal government contracting and procurement laws, rules, and regulations. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes, and training. Strong collaboration with clients, with other teams within Legal, and with cross-functional teams across the company, including HR, sales, commercial and product teams, to coordinate compliance programs and initiatives. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Should have 5+ years of compliance experience, including with the Federal Acquisition Regulations, FedRamp, and international government procurement regimes. Either in-house and/or at a global law firm experience. Experience with internet, technology, or telecommunications companies preferred.
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# RING150331
 
Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Keep informed of new laws, regulations, and industry trends affecting Adaptive. Appropriately triage a heavy workflow, setting appropriate priorities with clients and delivering results within the reasonable agreed timelines. Substantial responsibility for ensuring appropriate interactions with healthcare providers and others, and reviewing and monitoring promotional materials and activities, as well as business strategies and tactics, associated with one of the Company's discrete therapeutic areas. Responsible for the periodic review, revision and supplementation of corporate and commercial compliance policies, procedures and monitoring to ensure they appropriately reflect legal and regulatory developments. Participates, with limited direction, in complex cross-functional internal teams reviewing business processes that affect the Adaptive Compliance Program. Advance a positive spirit of solution-oriented partnership and collaboration with internal clients, internal legal colleagues and outside counsel. Exercise mature and reliable judgment while enjoying the company's enthusiastic, informal and fast-paced environment. In conjunction with other compliance department personnel, implementing and overseeing a healthcare compliance monitoring and testing program for the US. Helps others apply laws and regulations correctly and ensure consistent adherence. Is relied upon for sound compliance guidance and applies a strategic approach to problem-solving.

Requirements: JD Degree from a nationally accredited law school. 5+ years prior in-house or law firm experience providing legal counsel on the laws and regulations relating to drugs or devices, demonstrating growth and ability to succeed. Must demonstrate in-depth knowledge of the legal and regulatory environment as it relates to healthcare compliance in bio/pharma/medical device/diagnostics (includes Anti-Kickback Statutes, False Claims Act, Food Drug and Cosmetic Act, advertising laws and regulatory guidances, legal contract principles, AdvaMed Code, etc.). Strong verbal and written business communication skills: highly adept at synthesizing and summarizing complex and/or voluminous content into clear, concise and actionable communication or training. Strong influencing skills: proven track record and experience building and cultivating relationships with key partners and stakeholders across organizational levels. Must have demonstrated high EQ and client-service orientation; able to recognize and respond quickly and pragmatically to urgent situations and demanding clients. Ability to work under fast-paced conditions, comfortable making decisions and demonstrates good judgment. Strong process-orientation: has proven effectiveness in identifying, developing and implementing scalable/sustainable process and other continuous improvements to achieve organizational efficiencies and increase effectiveness. Excellent project management skills: can prioritize multiple tasks and goals to ensure timely, on-target and within-budget accomplishments. Committed team player while taking initiative to get results with minimal supervision.
 
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Director, Compliance Counsel
Refer job# EWDU150333
 
Director, Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for: Assist in the implementation and maintenance of the Company's compliance program, including support in areas such as the following: Communicating with and providing guidance to business units as required. Conduct risk assessments, internal compliance monitoring, compliance investigations. Assist with compliance communication and training programs. Track and assess Company compliance with policies and procedures and the overall effectiveness of the compliance program. Performs other duties as assigned. Must have Juris Doctor from an accredited law school, currently in good standing with a state bar association. Should have 5-8 years of experience with compliance programs in the health care industry, preferably with a medical device company. Must have good working knowledge of the legal and regulatory framework affecting the medical device industry including interactions with health care professionals and end-user customers, federal and state false claims, anti-kickback, anti-inducement and transparency reporting laws and regulations, HIPAA data privacy and security, the AdvaMed Code of Ethics, standards established by CMS and DHHS-OIG for effective compliance programs, Medicare Part D and pharmacy pricing/formulary matters, and clinical research.
 
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Senior International Trade Compliance Counsel
Refer job# BFXJ150341
 
Senior International Trade Compliance Counsel The candidate will provide general advice and counseling on international trade compliance laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standard work. Will manage investigations of potential or suspected violations of law or company policy and, where required, prepare disclosures to U.S. Government agencies. Manage all trade compliance matters in the ITC investigation management system, including opening new investigations and inquiries, working with key investigators, and oversee the completion of corrective actions by business units throughout the globe. Manage and oversee complex transaction reviews for our global business enterprise that touch on multi-jurisdictional sanctions programs and export control regimes. Manage and update sanctions, export & licensing compliance procedures; draft processes and work step instructions in support of compliance policy and procedures. Implement new processes and procedures across business. Support the development and communication of solid ITC program infrastructure, leadership, culture, awareness and training. Prepare factual summaries, presentations and training materials regarding trade compliance issues and obligations, and lead presentations to and training sessions for business teams and management as needed. Participate in audits, internal reviews and investigations to identify compliance enhancement opportunities and develop corrective actions and risk mitigation strategies to address compliance gaps. Project leadership in compliance enhancement initiatives by collaborating with other departments (Engineering, Human Resources, Supply Chain, IT etc.) and leading cross-functional teams.

The candidate should have BA/BS degree and JD with 5+ years of experience. Must have extensive working knowledge of the EAR, OFAC and other sanction programs, and antiboycott regulations. General corporate or commercial experience providing guidance and practical solutions for doing business  with or in other countries preferred. Must be proficient at approaching problems/risks/issues with professionalism, confidence and decisiveness. Compliance program, risk management and/or investigations experience a plus.
 
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Compliance Counsel, Americas
Refer job# HMDF150347
 
Compliance Counsel, Americas The candidate will be responsible for: Supports and upholds company management in compliance matters to strengthen compliance awareness and interacts with managers and employees at the company's above referenced locations; plays a key role in identifying potential compliance obstacles and provides compliance input and advice. Manages third party due diligence program in designated business areas. Works closely with legal team, senior management and human resources to evaluate and respond to suspected compliance violations, conduct and/or oversee internal investigations, and assist in development of appropriate countermeasures and oversee implementation of such countermeasures in a timely manner. Ensures company employees understand and comply with relevant compliance policies through training and communication. Continuously improves compliance tools and databases. Identifies potential areas of compliance vulnerability and risks within the business units; develops and implements corresponding preventive/corrective action plans; tracks progress on remediation and provides appropriate reporting. Prepares for the possibility of audits and investigations by developing strategies, maintaining records and designing procedures. Must have JD from a top-tier law school. Should have 5-7 years of experience in corporate compliance, with a minimum of 3 years in-house. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills including the ability to effectively write and edit reports and business correspondence. Should have good project management skills. Must have solid understanding of key anti-bribery laws and sanctions/export control laws applicable to the company, including the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ( FCPA ) and Office of Foreign Assets Control ( OFAC ) trade sanctions. Should have proficiency in leading in-person and online training and other presentations.
 
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Legal Compliance: Senior Attorney/Senior Counsel
Refer job# TZWQ150351
 
Legal Compliance: Senior Attorney/Senior Counsel The candidate will provides legal counsel and guidance in the ordinary and special activities for Firm's to ensure protection of its legal rights and maintain its operations within the limits prescribed by law. Will defends firm's 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.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree. Must have 6+ years of experience practicing as a licensed attorney at a law firm, corporation or with the government. Must be Admitted to and currently in good standing with the required state Bar. Software skills, including use of Microsoft Office software and web-based applications is required. Must have verbal and written communication skills necessary to communicate with all levels of management. Knowledge and experience related to vendor compliance programs is plus. Knowledge and experience conducting or overseeing internal investigations is preferred. Knowledge and experience with corporate compliance and training programs including data privacy is desired.
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# MZXS150353
 
Compliance Counsel Duties: Efficiently and effectively investigates, researches and analyzes alleged violations of CFP Board. Standards of Professional Conduct. Provides guidance to Compliance Analysts and other department personnel on the handling of. investigations, including with respect to the same issues that arise in the Compliance Counsel s. investigations. Identifies and expedites the investigation of targeted classes of investigations, such as financial. planning cases or customer grievances. Acts as an advocate on behalf of CFP Board in hearings before CFP Board's Disciplinary and. Ethics Commission. Responds to emails and telephone calls requesting guidance with respect to compliance with. and applicability of the Standards of Professional Conduct, as requested by the General Counsel.. Collaborates with the Director of Investigations as to the handling of investigations, complaints,. and requests for guidance. Recommends procedures and policies that will assist in the efficiency of the department. Assists the General Counsel with meetings of councils, commissions, and working groups. charged with the responsibility of reviewing the Standards. Provides legal research and writing support for issues pertaining to federal and state regulation. of broker-dealers, registered investment advisers, insurance agents and other financial. professionals. Advises other CFP Board Departments regarding compliance and ethical issues as needed. Conducts and oversees background checks for CFP Board volunteers and Board members. Reviews CFP Board Continuing Education sponsor's ethics program applications for alignment. with Standards, in collaboration with CFP Board's Continuing Education department.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Active status licensed attorney in any state; eligible to be admitted in the District of Columbia Bar. 3+ years experience as an enforcement attorney presenting cases in. administrative hearings or similar substantive legal practice experience desired. Working knowledge of broker-dealer, investment adviser and insurance regulations desired. Ability to prepare and present facts in a logical, clear and concise manner. Exemplary written and oral communications skills. Self-starter with strong motivation, proven results orientation and consistent track record. Ability to quickly prioritize and meet critical deadlines. Strong customer service focus and ability to effectively communicate with individuals under. duress. Proficiency with Microsoft Office.
 
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