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Senior Corporate Compliance Attorney

Phoenix AZ Senior Corporate Compliance Attorney The candidate will track and analyze developments in leave of absence, disability, pregnancy, and accommodation laws, state and federal. Develop internal procedures, training, and communications about leave and accommodation compliance developments. Develop external/client/broker communications about compliance developments & best practices (blog, specific client issues, etc.). Follow state paid family and medical leave law developments and assist with development of internal and external materials. Respond to internal questions about challenging leave, disability, and accommodation claims. Develop and/or update internal materials (forms, letters, training). Develop and/or update internal materials (forms, letters, training). Develop and deliver internal training. Prepare and deliver presentations for industry, clients, brokers, internal training. Respond to subpoenas and records requests in connection with legal and/or agency matters. Must have J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Bar license in good standing in at least one state. Should have 8+ years of legal experience. Experience with FMLA, ADA, and/or disability claim management. Experience with litigation and/or subpoena responses a plus. Skilled with Microsoft Word; PowerPoint and Excel a plus. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-17

Counsel - Compliance

New York City NY Counsel - Compliance The candidate should be a skilled lawyer with excellent judgment and people skills who is interested in taking on a wide variety of projects and working at a fast pace, both independently and as a collegial team member. Conducting compliance investigations, including witness interviews, reviewing and analyzing documents, drafting investigative reports, and presenting investigative findings. Working with Enterprise Risk Management, Security, Human Resources, Internal Audit, Risk Management & Compliance, Operational Assurance, Legal Department teams, and other internal partners within Verizon on a variety of investigative and compliance matters, including providing legal advice and guidance. Drafting compliance communications. Assisting business teams in addressing compliance matters by helping design and implement risk mitigation initiatives. Reviewing and implementing compliance controls and corporate policies. Should have JD degree and six or more years of relevant attorney work experience. Bar membership in good standing and needed licenses. Demonstrated experience in leading and conducting investigations across a broad array of subject matters and jurisdictions. Conducted compliance, investigations, or enforcement work. Excellent academic record. Outstanding attention to detail, and ability to multi-task and perform effectively under tight deadlines. Experience working in an in-house Legal department investigations role. Experience working in a team environment. Proven oral, presentation and written communication skills. Good judgment. Strong organizational and project management skills. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-17

Counsel - Compliance

Washington DC Counsel - Compliance The candidate should be a skilled lawyer with excellent judgment and people skills who is interested in taking on a wide variety of projects and working at a fast pace, both independently and as a collegial team member. Conducting compliance investigations, including witness interviews, reviewing and analyzing documents, drafting investigative reports, and presenting investigative findings. Working with Enterprise Risk Management, Security, Human Resources, Internal Audit, Risk Management & Compliance, Operational Assurance, Legal Department teams, and other internal partners within Verizon on a variety of investigative and compliance matters, including providing legal advice and guidance. Drafting compliance communications. Assisting business teams in addressing compliance matters by helping design and implement risk mitigation initiatives. Reviewing and implementing compliance controls and corporate policies. Should have JD degree and six or more years of relevant attorney work experience. Bar membership in good standing and needed licenses. Demonstrated experience in leading and conducting investigations across a broad array of subject matters and jurisdictions. Conducted compliance, investigations, or enforcement work. Excellent academic record. Outstanding attention to detail, and ability to multi-task and perform effectively under tight deadlines. Experience working in an in-house Legal department investigations role. Experience working in a team environment. Proven oral, presentation and written communication skills. Good judgment. Strong organizational and project management skills. Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-17

Global Compliance Senior Counsel

New York City NY Global Compliance Senior Counsel The candidate will report directly to company's Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer, and will play an active role in the development, implementation, and continuous improvement of the Global Compliance and Ethics Program. Will handle internal compliance investigations, with both internal teams and outside counsel (when needed). This includes managing, assisting, and documenting internal and any government-initiated compliance investigations. Advise on legal and regulatory matters, particularly with respect to global anti-corruption laws and legal developments in the area. Evaluate and report on compliance issues and areas of risk. Develop and communicate compliance policies, programs and processes. Lead and effectively manage other compliance projects, programmatic changes, and initiatives crafted to continue to advance company's compliance program. Work closely with company's Regional Compliance and Ethics Officers in an assigned region or regions (among the EMEA, JAPAC, LAD and North America regions) to assure implementation of corporate compliance initiatives, programs, and processes. Interact cross-functionally with internal audit teams, human resources, finance, operations, sales, channels, and information security and to help progress remediation activities. Conduct M&A-related due diligence. Advise on onboarding and company's partners and suppliers, including (as needed) reviewing and advising on certain due diligence issues raised from the various regions. Provide legal support across all lines of business enabling profitable growth while mitigating legal risks and assure adherence to governance policies, ethics, and country specific laws and regulations. May perform litigation on company's behalf or coordinate litigation and other legal, administrative or investigative actions handled by outside counsel. May draft, review, and negotiate major and/or non-standard technology contracts with public and private sector customers, including licensing agreements, professional services agreements, and cloud services agreements. May advise on legal issues involving government and regulatory compliance. Respond to ad hoc queries to include identification, analysis, and evaluation of risks in order to provide appropriate legal solutions. Work closely with other lawyers throughout company and coordinates legal matters handled by outside lawyers.

The candidate should be a US licensed attorney with strong academic credentials. Must have 5+ years of significant experience in corporate compliance relating to anti-corruption and adherence to company business practices and policies. Experience in government, a nationally recognized or strong regional law firm, or a corporate law department or compliance program is an advantage. Should have excellent knowledge of global anticorruption laws (including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) and global trends and developments in enforcement. A firm understanding of business finance and accounting principles is an advantage. Experience developing and implementing process design improvements and expanding the use of smart technology to support balanced and efficient processes is helpful.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-17

General Counsel/compliance

Tampa FL General Counsel/Compliance The candidate will negotiate, write, and execute agreements and contracts. Offer counsel on a variety of legal issues. Advise executives within the company and work alongside employees in Strategic Business Units, Marketing, Brand Communication, Sales, Human Resources, Corporate Alliances and the International Divisions. Manage various projects and deadlines. Advise executives on contract status, legal risks and business terms of various deals. Explain legalize. Provide assistance with global joint ventures, strategic partnership deals, and mergers and acquisitions. Draft terms and conditions in agreements. Ensure legal objectives are met. Research unique legal issues impacting the organization by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions, and codes. Keep abreast of legislative changes that may affect the company and its affiliates. Perform pre-litigation work to minimize risks and maximize legal rights. Review advertising and marketing materials to ensure compliance with legal requirements. Develop solutions to complex legal questions. Provide training to company and its affiliates on substantive legal topics. Responsible for oversite of IP, trademark registration, maintenance and enforcement. Develop, prepare and submit reports of regulatory changes in domestic and international market including legislative changes to taxation of products both instituted and pending. Research, compile and maintain US/State/Local level regulatory restrictions and excise tax requirements.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor Degree (JD). Membership in good standing with the Florida State Bar as an attorney qualified to practice law in this state. Should have 2+ years of practicing law in the State of Florida. Law Review or Federal Law Clerkship a plus. Knowledge of federal, state and local laws. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to extensively research topics, analyze case law and provide recommendations. Must be a fast learner/self-starter. Must have strong writing skills and be detail oriented. Knowledge of the E-Cigarette and Tobacco Industry a plus. Requires maintaining a professional appearance and providing a positive company image to the public.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-16

Legal Compliance Counsel

Fremont CA Legal Compliance Counsel Duties: Provides legal compliance oversight and guidance to the organization through performing the following core functions so that legal compliance is a competitive advantage: Directing compliance with third party administrator, claims adjustor, utilization review and other licensing requirements as well as other substantive laws applicable to TPA's including records retention, employee background checks, bonding, notice to covered individuals, mandated insurer audits, anti-fraud plans, and subcontracting requirements. Advising on federal and states offshoring prohibitions, restrictions and limitations grounded in law and contract. Supporting Regulatory Coordinator's licensing, reporting and data call duties as needed. Providing knowledgeable partner support to insurer clients with respect to laws applicable to such insurers to drive high client satisfaction through providing subject matter expertise such that legal compliance is a reason to do business with Concentrix. Guiding management regarding client directed compliance with laws applicable to such clients and their products such as HIPAA, Medicare & Medicaid laws, states prompt pay, fair claim, and anti-fraud, including SIU laws. Researching and analyzing compliance with the federal and state laws applicable to insurance, health care and other areas CNX has clients. Formulating, affecting, interpreting, and implementing compliance policies and procedures. Partnering with clients in addressing regulatory complaints, inquiries, audits, market conduct examinations, investigations, and actions to avoid or minimize penalties and outside counsel fees Serving as a knowledgeable resource on operational compliance audits & examinations. Conducting compliance due diligence on new business opportunities and assisting with RFP responses. Facilitating new business initiatives and mitigating risks in tele-sales of insurance; products; medical devices and telemedicine support and Medicare Advantage administration. Collaborating with negotiation, preparation and review of Administrative Services Agreements, Service Process Documentation, and other contracts. Guiding the development and provision of compliance training to management, staff and iindependent contractors. Monitoring new law changes to support clients compliance while enhancing ASR revenue. Advising and assessing the impact of new laws and contract provisions and coordinating Operations implementation. Managing outside counsel quality while driving reduction in outside counsel legal fees.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school. 5-10 years of experience as an in-house counsel, government attorney or law firm's practice group member preferably in the health care, TPA licensing, and life, disability and LTC insurance areas. Detailed knowledge and advanced experience in TPA, insurance, health care laws a plus. Demonstrated legal research capabilities, Ability to work independently. Demonstrated commitment to effectively collaborate and contribute in an inclusive, diversified culture.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2021-04-15

Data Privacy And Compliance Attorney

Raleigh NC Data Privacy and Compliance Attorney Responsibilities: Work closely with business leaders, legal professionals, and our information security team to advise on all aspects of global privacy laws and regulations, including data protection, data retention, data security and data breach rules. Partner with lawyers and advise business leaders on privacy, digital marketing and corporate compliance matters related to the Company's retail stores, ecommerce business, corporate offices, merchandising, distribution centers and workforce. Help chart the Company's long-term strategy for handling customer information associated with our retail operations, online advertising activities, electronic devices, and other business areas Support in negotiation of privacy, information security and compliance terms in technology, vendor, and service provider contracts Support in conducting privacy impact analyses, risk assessments and due diligence for existing and new third parties to address privacy and corporate compliance risks and legal requirements; Lead cross-functional efforts to address data privacy and compliance legal risks, including establishing and driving a privacy program framework that includes written standards, training, communications, monitoring and third party management Monitor and assess legislative, regulatory, and enforcement developments in privacy law and corporate compliance matters in the US, Canada, India and Taiwan Lead California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and other state privacy law compliance efforts, including analyzing whether applicability of relevant statutes to certain third parties. Partner with the information security team on handling data security incidents/events and represent the Legal Department on incident response matters.

Qualifications: Strong academic credentials, including a JD Degree from an accredited law school, and membership in good standing in at least one state bar, plus 12+ years of privacy law and corporate compliance. Training at a national law firm or strong in-house experience is preferred. Thorough understanding of internet architecture and related technologies, including e-commerce, data processing, location-based services and online advertising business models, and the legal and regulatory environment that surrounds them. Hands-on experience interacting directly with privacy and data protection regulators and regulators of US public companies. Proven track record of leadership, cross-functional collaboration and successful management of multiple stakeholders, including senior executives. Appetite for and aptitude to succeed in a rapidly changing business environment. Excellent business-oriented judgment and the ability to analyze problems, propose resolutions, and provide advice that is creative, practical and legally acceptable, taking into account the needs and objectives of the business. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, plus thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office, including PowerPoint, Excel and Word. Highest standards of ethics and professional integrity.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-15

General Counsel And Chief Compliance Officer

New York City NY General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer Duties: Advises the executive team and senior management on all company legal matters, leading the charge to maximize compliance efforts and mitigate legal risk within the context of the Company's strategic and financial objectives. Partners with leaders across the business across a wide range of commercial initiatives, including financings, contract negotiation, sales partner/vendor reviews, new product considerations, etc. Serves as the internal company expert on all federal and state regulatory qualifications pertinent to small business lending, including licensing and disclosure requirements, commercial lending limits, information security and privacy considerations. Remains current on updated relevant legislative and regulatory rulings, briefing the executive team on any material changes and the potential impact to the business. Maintains and updates the Company's compliance program, developing and maintaining compliance best practices and ensuring these practices employed across the business with associated internal policies and procedures, training, and documentation. Leads the process for assessing appropriate collections measures for non-performing customers consistent with internal best practices and applicable law, including litigation strategy and filing when appropriate. Works with the internal collections team and manages relationships with outside collections firms, optimizing cost effective usage of in house vs. outside personnel.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Active member of the NY state Bar in good standing. 10+ years of experience managing the legal function in a fast-paced and dynamic organization. Superior managerial, interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills, with impeccable ethics and integrity absolute musts. Demonstrated ability to recognize and weigh business and legal risks, lead strategically and advance innovative solutions. Exceptional business and legal acumen; ability to identify and diagnose legal problems and articulate creative and practical solutions and alternatives. Desire to work in a collaborative environment with a team of talented colleagues unified in our mission to achieve ***'s strategic objectives.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-15

Senior Counsel, Integrity & Compliance

Los Angeles CA Senior Counsel, Integrity & Compliance Duties: Work directly with the Global Head of Integrity & Compliance Legal to advise the business on compliance issues, such as anti-bribery, trade, and conflict of interest, with the potential to expand into AML and antitrust. Serve as the Integrity & Compliance team's primary contact for trade law issues such as sanctions, product classification, deemed exports, anti-boycott laws, and trade due diligence for potential acquisitions and other transactions. Draft new policies and create functional guidance to help our Snap team members get the information they need without wading into overly complex legalese. Partner with Integrity & Compliance Operations to design and implement risk assessments across both business function and geographic area and use those assessments to design effective controls. Develop strong relationships across the business to effectively spot and address compliance risk and keep abreast of new developments. Keep product classification current by working with our engineers to gather information regarding our encryption and other potential sources of controlled technology, and ensure that the company has filed all necessary licenses. Partner with the Integrity & Compliance Operations team to review due diligence results relating to trade law and design appropriate monitoring protocols. Conduct internal investigations as necessary. Create and deliver bespoke training to high-risk teams, including potential travel to foreign offices. Think creatively about how to present compliance topics in a fresh and engaging way. Support the Integrity & Compliance team's communications efforts by drafting messaging in quarterly newsletters and on the company intranet. Provide the Integrity & Compliance team and key stakeholders with timely updates on regulatory and trade-related developments, and adjust protocols and policies as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Valid California bar registration (and valid RIHC license, if required). 8+ years of experience as an attorney, with significant experience in compliance (including anti-bribery) and trade law (e.g. trade, sanctions, and export compliance). Strategic thinker who can take complex legal concepts, apply them to novel situations in a rapidly-growing industry, and find practical business solutions. Ability to clearly communicate complex legal topics in both oral and written form. is a company of smart people who expect us to be able to explain our guidance in a simple, practical, and thorough manner. Strong judgment. Collaborative team player with a positive attitude. Excellent interpersonal skills, with a strong commitment to integrity. Diligent, detail-oriented, and responsive working style. Willing and able to accommodate light to moderate travel to domestic and overseas offices. Preferred Qualifications: 3+ years in-house experience as compliance counsel with a multinational corporation, preferably in technology, communications, entertainment, or similar sectors. 2+ years in-house experience with trade law, including product classification, technology control plans, deemed exports, and third-party risk management programs.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-15

Senior Counsel, Integrity & Compliance

San Francisco CA Senior Counsel, Integrity & Compliance Duties: Work directly with the Global Head of Integrity & Compliance Legal to advise the business on compliance issues, such as anti-bribery, trade, and conflict of interest, with the potential to expand into AML and antitrust. Serve as the Integrity & Compliance team's primary contact for trade law issues such as sanctions, product classification, deemed exports, anti-boycott laws, and trade due diligence for potential acquisitions and other transactions. Draft new policies and create functional guidance to help our Snap team members get the information they need without wading into overly complex legalese. Partner with Integrity & Compliance Operations to design and implement risk assessments across both business function and geographic area and use those assessments to design effective controls. Develop strong relationships across the business to effectively spot and address compliance risk and keep abreast of new developments. Keep product classification current by working with our engineers to gather information regarding our encryption and other potential sources of controlled technology, and ensure that the company has filed all necessary licenses. Partner with the Integrity & Compliance Operations team to review due diligence results relating to trade law and design appropriate monitoring protocols. Conduct internal investigations as necessary. Create and deliver bespoke training to high-risk teams, including potential travel to foreign offices. Think creatively about how to present compliance topics in a fresh and engaging way. Support the Integrity & Compliance team's communications efforts by drafting messaging in quarterly newsletters and on the company intranet. Provide the Integrity & Compliance team and key stakeholders with timely updates on regulatory and trade-related developments, and adjust protocols and policies as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Valid California bar registration (and valid RIHC license, if required). 8+ years of experience as an attorney, with significant experience in compliance (including anti-bribery) and trade law (e.g. trade, sanctions, and export compliance). Strategic thinker who can take complex legal concepts, apply them to novel situations in a rapidly-growing industry, and find practical business solutions. Ability to clearly communicate complex legal topics in both oral and written form. is a company of smart people who expect us to be able to explain our guidance in a simple, practical, and thorough manner. Strong judgment. Collaborative team player with a positive attitude. Excellent interpersonal skills, with a strong commitment to integrity. Diligent, detail-oriented, and responsive working style. Willing and able to accommodate light to moderate travel to domestic and overseas offices. Preferred Qualifications: 3+ years in-house experience as compliance counsel with a multinational corporation, preferably in technology, communications, entertainment, or similar sectors. 2+ years in-house experience with trade law, including product classification, technology control plans, deemed exports, and third-party risk management programs.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2021-04-15
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Senior Corporate Compliance Attorney
Refer job# PCWV157201
 
Senior Corporate Compliance Attorney The candidate will track and analyze developments in leave of absence, disability, pregnancy, and accommodation laws, state and federal. Develop internal procedures, training, and communications about leave and accommodation compliance developments. Develop external/client/broker communications about compliance developments & best practices (blog, specific client issues, etc.). Follow state paid family and medical leave law developments and assist with development of internal and external materials. Respond to internal questions about challenging leave, disability, and accommodation claims. Develop and/or update internal materials (forms, letters, training). Develop and/or update internal materials (forms, letters, training). Develop and deliver internal training. Prepare and deliver presentations for industry, clients, brokers, internal training. Respond to subpoenas and records requests in connection with legal and/or agency matters. Must have J.D. degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Bar license in good standing in at least one state. Should have 8+ years of legal experience. Experience with FMLA, ADA, and/or disability claim management. Experience with litigation and/or subpoena responses a plus. Skilled with Microsoft Word; PowerPoint and Excel a plus.
 
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Counsel - Compliance
Refer job# SFFK157202
 
Counsel - Compliance The candidate should be a skilled lawyer with excellent judgment and people skills who is interested in taking on a wide variety of projects and working at a fast pace, both independently and as a collegial team member. Conducting compliance investigations, including witness interviews, reviewing and analyzing documents, drafting investigative reports, and presenting investigative findings. Working with Enterprise Risk Management, Security, Human Resources, Internal Audit, Risk Management & Compliance, Operational Assurance, Legal Department teams, and other internal partners within Verizon on a variety of investigative and compliance matters, including providing legal advice and guidance. Drafting compliance communications. Assisting business teams in addressing compliance matters by helping design and implement risk mitigation initiatives. Reviewing and implementing compliance controls and corporate policies. Should have JD degree and six or more years of relevant attorney work experience. Bar membership in good standing and needed licenses. Demonstrated experience in leading and conducting investigations across a broad array of subject matters and jurisdictions. Conducted compliance, investigations, or enforcement work. Excellent academic record. Outstanding attention to detail, and ability to multi-task and perform effectively under tight deadlines. Experience working in an in-house Legal department investigations role. Experience working in a team environment. Proven oral, presentation and written communication skills. Good judgment. Strong organizational and project management skills.
 
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Counsel - Compliance
Refer job# IRPG157203
 
Counsel - Compliance The candidate should be a skilled lawyer with excellent judgment and people skills who is interested in taking on a wide variety of projects and working at a fast pace, both independently and as a collegial team member. Conducting compliance investigations, including witness interviews, reviewing and analyzing documents, drafting investigative reports, and presenting investigative findings. Working with Enterprise Risk Management, Security, Human Resources, Internal Audit, Risk Management & Compliance, Operational Assurance, Legal Department teams, and other internal partners within Verizon on a variety of investigative and compliance matters, including providing legal advice and guidance. Drafting compliance communications. Assisting business teams in addressing compliance matters by helping design and implement risk mitigation initiatives. Reviewing and implementing compliance controls and corporate policies. Should have JD degree and six or more years of relevant attorney work experience. Bar membership in good standing and needed licenses. Demonstrated experience in leading and conducting investigations across a broad array of subject matters and jurisdictions. Conducted compliance, investigations, or enforcement work. Excellent academic record. Outstanding attention to detail, and ability to multi-task and perform effectively under tight deadlines. Experience working in an in-house Legal department investigations role. Experience working in a team environment. Proven oral, presentation and written communication skills. Good judgment. Strong organizational and project management skills.
 
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Global Compliance Senior Counsel
Refer job# MGIK157246
 
Global Compliance Senior Counsel The candidate will report directly to company's Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer, and will play an active role in the development, implementation, and continuous improvement of the Global Compliance and Ethics Program. Will handle internal compliance investigations, with both internal teams and outside counsel (when needed). This includes managing, assisting, and documenting internal and any government-initiated compliance investigations. Advise on legal and regulatory matters, particularly with respect to global anti-corruption laws and legal developments in the area. Evaluate and report on compliance issues and areas of risk. Develop and communicate compliance policies, programs and processes. Lead and effectively manage other compliance projects, programmatic changes, and initiatives crafted to continue to advance company's compliance program. Work closely with company's Regional Compliance and Ethics Officers in an assigned region or regions (among the EMEA, JAPAC, LAD and North America regions) to assure implementation of corporate compliance initiatives, programs, and processes. Interact cross-functionally with internal audit teams, human resources, finance, operations, sales, channels, and information security and to help progress remediation activities. Conduct M&A-related due diligence. Advise on onboarding and company's partners and suppliers, including (as needed) reviewing and advising on certain due diligence issues raised from the various regions. Provide legal support across all lines of business enabling profitable growth while mitigating legal risks and assure adherence to governance policies, ethics, and country specific laws and regulations. May perform litigation on company's behalf or coordinate litigation and other legal, administrative or investigative actions handled by outside counsel. May draft, review, and negotiate major and/or non-standard technology contracts with public and private sector customers, including licensing agreements, professional services agreements, and cloud services agreements. May advise on legal issues involving government and regulatory compliance. Respond to ad hoc queries to include identification, analysis, and evaluation of risks in order to provide appropriate legal solutions. Work closely with other lawyers throughout company and coordinates legal matters handled by outside lawyers.

The candidate should be a US licensed attorney with strong academic credentials. Must have 5+ years of significant experience in corporate compliance relating to anti-corruption and adherence to company business practices and policies. Experience in government, a nationally recognized or strong regional law firm, or a corporate law department or compliance program is an advantage. Should have excellent knowledge of global anticorruption laws (including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) and global trends and developments in enforcement. A firm understanding of business finance and accounting principles is an advantage. Experience developing and implementing process design improvements and expanding the use of smart technology to support balanced and efficient processes is helpful.
 
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General Counsel/compliance
Refer job# OUKW157191
 
General Counsel/Compliance The candidate will negotiate, write, and execute agreements and contracts. Offer counsel on a variety of legal issues. Advise executives within the company and work alongside employees in Strategic Business Units, Marketing, Brand Communication, Sales, Human Resources, Corporate Alliances and the International Divisions. Manage various projects and deadlines. Advise executives on contract status, legal risks and business terms of various deals. Explain legalize. Provide assistance with global joint ventures, strategic partnership deals, and mergers and acquisitions. Draft terms and conditions in agreements. Ensure legal objectives are met. Research unique legal issues impacting the organization by identifying applicable statutes, judicial decisions, and codes. Keep abreast of legislative changes that may affect the company and its affiliates. Perform pre-litigation work to minimize risks and maximize legal rights. Review advertising and marketing materials to ensure compliance with legal requirements. Develop solutions to complex legal questions. Provide training to company and its affiliates on substantive legal topics. Responsible for oversite of IP, trademark registration, maintenance and enforcement. Develop, prepare and submit reports of regulatory changes in domestic and international market including legislative changes to taxation of products both instituted and pending. Research, compile and maintain US/State/Local level regulatory restrictions and excise tax requirements.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor Degree (JD). Membership in good standing with the Florida State Bar as an attorney qualified to practice law in this state. Should have 2+ years of practicing law in the State of Florida. Law Review or Federal Law Clerkship a plus. Knowledge of federal, state and local laws. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to extensively research topics, analyze case law and provide recommendations. Must be a fast learner/self-starter. Must have strong writing skills and be detail oriented. Knowledge of the E-Cigarette and Tobacco Industry a plus. Requires maintaining a professional appearance and providing a positive company image to the public.
 
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Legal Compliance Counsel
Refer job# GBXZ157143
 
Legal Compliance Counsel Duties: Provides legal compliance oversight and guidance to the organization through performing the following core functions so that legal compliance is a competitive advantage: Directing compliance with third party administrator, claims adjustor, utilization review and other licensing requirements as well as other substantive laws applicable to TPA's including records retention, employee background checks, bonding, notice to covered individuals, mandated insurer audits, anti-fraud plans, and subcontracting requirements. Advising on federal and states offshoring prohibitions, restrictions and limitations grounded in law and contract. Supporting Regulatory Coordinator's licensing, reporting and data call duties as needed. Providing knowledgeable partner support to insurer clients with respect to laws applicable to such insurers to drive high client satisfaction through providing subject matter expertise such that legal compliance is a reason to do business with Concentrix. Guiding management regarding client directed compliance with laws applicable to such clients and their products such as HIPAA, Medicare & Medicaid laws, states prompt pay, fair claim, and anti-fraud, including SIU laws. Researching and analyzing compliance with the federal and state laws applicable to insurance, health care and other areas CNX has clients. Formulating, affecting, interpreting, and implementing compliance policies and procedures. Partnering with clients in addressing regulatory complaints, inquiries, audits, market conduct examinations, investigations, and actions to avoid or minimize penalties and outside counsel fees Serving as a knowledgeable resource on operational compliance audits & examinations. Conducting compliance due diligence on new business opportunities and assisting with RFP responses. Facilitating new business initiatives and mitigating risks in tele-sales of insurance; products; medical devices and telemedicine support and Medicare Advantage administration. Collaborating with negotiation, preparation and review of Administrative Services Agreements, Service Process Documentation, and other contracts. Guiding the development and provision of compliance training to management, staff and iindependent contractors. Monitoring new law changes to support clients compliance while enhancing ASR revenue. Advising and assessing the impact of new laws and contract provisions and coordinating Operations implementation. Managing outside counsel quality while driving reduction in outside counsel legal fees.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school. 5-10 years of experience as an in-house counsel, government attorney or law firm's practice group member preferably in the health care, TPA licensing, and life, disability and LTC insurance areas. Detailed knowledge and advanced experience in TPA, insurance, health care laws a plus. Demonstrated legal research capabilities, Ability to work independently. Demonstrated commitment to effectively collaborate and contribute in an inclusive, diversified culture.
 
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Data Privacy And Compliance Attorney
Refer job# XMKV157144
 
Data Privacy and Compliance Attorney Responsibilities: Work closely with business leaders, legal professionals, and our information security team to advise on all aspects of global privacy laws and regulations, including data protection, data retention, data security and data breach rules. Partner with lawyers and advise business leaders on privacy, digital marketing and corporate compliance matters related to the Company's retail stores, ecommerce business, corporate offices, merchandising, distribution centers and workforce. Help chart the Company's long-term strategy for handling customer information associated with our retail operations, online advertising activities, electronic devices, and other business areas Support in negotiation of privacy, information security and compliance terms in technology, vendor, and service provider contracts Support in conducting privacy impact analyses, risk assessments and due diligence for existing and new third parties to address privacy and corporate compliance risks and legal requirements; Lead cross-functional efforts to address data privacy and compliance legal risks, including establishing and driving a privacy program framework that includes written standards, training, communications, monitoring and third party management Monitor and assess legislative, regulatory, and enforcement developments in privacy law and corporate compliance matters in the US, Canada, India and Taiwan Lead California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and other state privacy law compliance efforts, including analyzing whether applicability of relevant statutes to certain third parties. Partner with the information security team on handling data security incidents/events and represent the Legal Department on incident response matters.

Qualifications: Strong academic credentials, including a JD Degree from an accredited law school, and membership in good standing in at least one state bar, plus 12+ years of privacy law and corporate compliance. Training at a national law firm or strong in-house experience is preferred. Thorough understanding of internet architecture and related technologies, including e-commerce, data processing, location-based services and online advertising business models, and the legal and regulatory environment that surrounds them. Hands-on experience interacting directly with privacy and data protection regulators and regulators of US public companies. Proven track record of leadership, cross-functional collaboration and successful management of multiple stakeholders, including senior executives. Appetite for and aptitude to succeed in a rapidly changing business environment. Excellent business-oriented judgment and the ability to analyze problems, propose resolutions, and provide advice that is creative, practical and legally acceptable, taking into account the needs and objectives of the business. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, plus thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office, including PowerPoint, Excel and Word. Highest standards of ethics and professional integrity.
 
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General Counsel And Chief Compliance Officer
Refer job# SERI157161
 
General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer Duties: Advises the executive team and senior management on all company legal matters, leading the charge to maximize compliance efforts and mitigate legal risk within the context of the Company's strategic and financial objectives. Partners with leaders across the business across a wide range of commercial initiatives, including financings, contract negotiation, sales partner/vendor reviews, new product considerations, etc. Serves as the internal company expert on all federal and state regulatory qualifications pertinent to small business lending, including licensing and disclosure requirements, commercial lending limits, information security and privacy considerations. Remains current on updated relevant legislative and regulatory rulings, briefing the executive team on any material changes and the potential impact to the business. Maintains and updates the Company's compliance program, developing and maintaining compliance best practices and ensuring these practices employed across the business with associated internal policies and procedures, training, and documentation. Leads the process for assessing appropriate collections measures for non-performing customers consistent with internal best practices and applicable law, including litigation strategy and filing when appropriate. Works with the internal collections team and manages relationships with outside collections firms, optimizing cost effective usage of in house vs. outside personnel.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law school. Active member of the NY state Bar in good standing. 10+ years of experience managing the legal function in a fast-paced and dynamic organization. Superior managerial, interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills, with impeccable ethics and integrity absolute musts. Demonstrated ability to recognize and weigh business and legal risks, lead strategically and advance innovative solutions. Exceptional business and legal acumen; ability to identify and diagnose legal problems and articulate creative and practical solutions and alternatives. Desire to work in a collaborative environment with a team of talented colleagues unified in our mission to achieve ***'s strategic objectives.
 
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Senior Counsel, Integrity & Compliance
Refer job# GWPK157164
 
Senior Counsel, Integrity & Compliance Duties: Work directly with the Global Head of Integrity & Compliance Legal to advise the business on compliance issues, such as anti-bribery, trade, and conflict of interest, with the potential to expand into AML and antitrust. Serve as the Integrity & Compliance team's primary contact for trade law issues such as sanctions, product classification, deemed exports, anti-boycott laws, and trade due diligence for potential acquisitions and other transactions. Draft new policies and create functional guidance to help our Snap team members get the information they need without wading into overly complex legalese. Partner with Integrity & Compliance Operations to design and implement risk assessments across both business function and geographic area and use those assessments to design effective controls. Develop strong relationships across the business to effectively spot and address compliance risk and keep abreast of new developments. Keep product classification current by working with our engineers to gather information regarding our encryption and other potential sources of controlled technology, and ensure that the company has filed all necessary licenses. Partner with the Integrity & Compliance Operations team to review due diligence results relating to trade law and design appropriate monitoring protocols. Conduct internal investigations as necessary. Create and deliver bespoke training to high-risk teams, including potential travel to foreign offices. Think creatively about how to present compliance topics in a fresh and engaging way. Support the Integrity & Compliance team's communications efforts by drafting messaging in quarterly newsletters and on the company intranet. Provide the Integrity & Compliance team and key stakeholders with timely updates on regulatory and trade-related developments, and adjust protocols and policies as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Valid California bar registration (and valid RIHC license, if required). 8+ years of experience as an attorney, with significant experience in compliance (including anti-bribery) and trade law (e.g. trade, sanctions, and export compliance). Strategic thinker who can take complex legal concepts, apply them to novel situations in a rapidly-growing industry, and find practical business solutions. Ability to clearly communicate complex legal topics in both oral and written form. is a company of smart people who expect us to be able to explain our guidance in a simple, practical, and thorough manner. Strong judgment. Collaborative team player with a positive attitude. Excellent interpersonal skills, with a strong commitment to integrity. Diligent, detail-oriented, and responsive working style. Willing and able to accommodate light to moderate travel to domestic and overseas offices. Preferred Qualifications: 3+ years in-house experience as compliance counsel with a multinational corporation, preferably in technology, communications, entertainment, or similar sectors. 2+ years in-house experience with trade law, including product classification, technology control plans, deemed exports, and third-party risk management programs.
 
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Senior Counsel, Integrity & Compliance
Refer job# NAVS157165
 
Senior Counsel, Integrity & Compliance Duties: Work directly with the Global Head of Integrity & Compliance Legal to advise the business on compliance issues, such as anti-bribery, trade, and conflict of interest, with the potential to expand into AML and antitrust. Serve as the Integrity & Compliance team's primary contact for trade law issues such as sanctions, product classification, deemed exports, anti-boycott laws, and trade due diligence for potential acquisitions and other transactions. Draft new policies and create functional guidance to help our Snap team members get the information they need without wading into overly complex legalese. Partner with Integrity & Compliance Operations to design and implement risk assessments across both business function and geographic area and use those assessments to design effective controls. Develop strong relationships across the business to effectively spot and address compliance risk and keep abreast of new developments. Keep product classification current by working with our engineers to gather information regarding our encryption and other potential sources of controlled technology, and ensure that the company has filed all necessary licenses. Partner with the Integrity & Compliance Operations team to review due diligence results relating to trade law and design appropriate monitoring protocols. Conduct internal investigations as necessary. Create and deliver bespoke training to high-risk teams, including potential travel to foreign offices. Think creatively about how to present compliance topics in a fresh and engaging way. Support the Integrity & Compliance team's communications efforts by drafting messaging in quarterly newsletters and on the company intranet. Provide the Integrity & Compliance team and key stakeholders with timely updates on regulatory and trade-related developments, and adjust protocols and policies as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree. Valid California bar registration (and valid RIHC license, if required). 8+ years of experience as an attorney, with significant experience in compliance (including anti-bribery) and trade law (e.g. trade, sanctions, and export compliance). Strategic thinker who can take complex legal concepts, apply them to novel situations in a rapidly-growing industry, and find practical business solutions. Ability to clearly communicate complex legal topics in both oral and written form. is a company of smart people who expect us to be able to explain our guidance in a simple, practical, and thorough manner. Strong judgment. Collaborative team player with a positive attitude. Excellent interpersonal skills, with a strong commitment to integrity. Diligent, detail-oriented, and responsive working style. Willing and able to accommodate light to moderate travel to domestic and overseas offices. Preferred Qualifications: 3+ years in-house experience as compliance counsel with a multinational corporation, preferably in technology, communications, entertainment, or similar sectors. 2+ years in-house experience with trade law, including product classification, technology control plans, deemed exports, and third-party risk management programs.
 
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