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Vp, General Counsel And Chief Compliance Officer

Portland OR VP, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer Duties: Act as the principal legal advisor to executives and the company on all legal and regulatory matters. Provide thought leadership to the Investments deal team regarding the sponsor vetting and review process, including all transactional functions, general contract, and sponsor evaluation matters. Support the development of new investment products and services. Produce thought leadership content (both sponsor and investor facing) on how to produce and review online investor documents. Review Sponsor offering and governance documents, including, but not limited to, private placement memorandum, operating agreements, and subscription agreements to ensure conformance with marketplace standards, continuity and alignment with other Sponsor offering documents. Manage all external counsel and compliance consultant relationships, including spend and overall departmental budget. Partner with the CFO/CCO to strengthen internal controls, establish a comprehensive risk management framework, and improve the company's operational velocity. Responsible for administrative and governance matters relating to the Board of Directors and related committees. Partner with Finance and People Operations for initiatives related to legal entities, tax structures, real estate and employment. Provide guidance to the People Operations team on employment matters and collaborate on various employment agreements. Represent the company in support of federal and state regulators. Continuously stay up to date with changes to regulations, promulgating updates/changes to the organization. Provide effective challenge and oversight to the implementation and adherence to all policies, legal and regulatory requirements. Define, develop and disambiguate control requirements based on authoritative sources. Work alongside departments and key leaders to support the development of marketing, advertising and any publicly facing material to ensure adherence to laws, regulations and corporate policies. Work cross-departmentally to educate staff on Sponsor related matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law program. 10+ years progressive legal experience, including 3+ years in-house as a Corporate Counsel or Senior Corporate Counsel . Experience and deep knowledge of key investments related regulatory and compliance requirements. Experience with recruiting, developing and motivating key talent to achieve company objectives and managing within a start-up environment. 2+ years real estate transactions experience through relevant work experience in real estate private equity, commercial real estate, or investments. Experience with 506 , 506(b) and Reg A+ offerings. Experience with SEC and FINRA compliance requirements. Demonstrated ability to set strategy, targets, and achieve desired results. Meticulous attention to detail, and strong negotiating skills. Nice to Have: Undergraduate degree in finance or business administration. Securities legal experience. Broker Dealer experience. Experience with FinTech enterprises, and in particular Crowdfunding platforms.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-26

Corporate Counsel - Compliance

South Jordan UT Corporate Counsel - Compliance Duties: Understand the culture of the company and become an evangelist of its values. Work with the General Counsel, and the larger team, to develop internal compliance procedures that work within the context of a fast-pace growing business (product, regulatory, and contractual). Win the hearts and minds of your internal stakeholders. Foresee risks and help us to not assume the happy path - and address those risks with well-informed pragmatic solutions. Interface with domestic and foreign counsel. Areas of focus: data privacy, import/export, international product requirements, vendor and supplier relations. Base counsel on research, integrity and data. Be able to motivate and drive change with a positive, optimistic influence. Draft agreements with a thorough understanding of the business that minimize risks and maximize the company's legal rights. Be able to act as an interpreter from legalese to words that normal (but smart) business people understand. Process complex, significant matters that cut across legal and business functions and be able to render an informed view to the Team in short order. Stay plugged in to what is happening in the legal world and how that affects . Provide guidance on other general corporate matters as needed.

Qualifications: Law Degree from a recognized Law School. 3-5 years experience advising businesses. Overall broad legal knowledge (corporate law, consumer products, advertising, etc). Well-versed in how business operate with financial acumen. Outstanding research capability. Excellent judgment and analytical skills. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced growing environment. Have a thorough understanding of laws surrounding consumer products, advertising claims, social media, data privacy, contracts and safety compliance.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-09-26

Senior Director, Trade Compliance Counsel

Greenwich CT Senior Director, Trade Compliance Counsel Duties: Enhance trade compliance by developing key global policies, procedures, controls, communications strategies and employee training. Provide legal support to colleagues on global trade-related litigation, compliance investigations and voluntary disclosures. Support oversight of periodic assessments and audits to guarantee compliance with applicable global trade laws and company policies. Prepare required summaries and work with various business units to resolve compliance matters, as well as government filings when necessary. Advise on complex legal regulatory questions, identify common and conflicting legal issues across the company and contribute to high-level policy decision-making.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a nationally accredited law school. 10 years of legal experience in export law and economic sanctions, as well as providing legal counsel on global trade compliance issues. Great if also have: In-house experience in logistics or global supply chain. Strong fluency in Microsoft Office applications, as well as various research and legal databases. Excellent written and verbal communications skills. Effective organizational and leadership skills; use a variety of interpersonal styles and communication methods to effectively adapt to new work structures, processes or cultures. Strong aptitude for understanding and analyzing large volumes of information from multiple sources, as well as the ability to produce unambiguous, comprehensive and accurate interpretations. Strong presentation and negotiation skills to deal effectively with individuals and groups within and outside the organization. High degree of motivation with the capacity to work with minimal supervision, while building effective and collaborative work relationships both internally and externally. Demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects and time demands with a high level of urgency, personal integrity, energy and stamina.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-26

Corporate Counsel Global Compliance

Newark CA Corporate Counsel - Global Compliance Responsibilities: Be the Legal team's primary advisor to the operationally-focused members of the global trade compliance team. Work closely with the global trade compliance team to develop, implement and improve a world class program. Identify opportunities to improve existing process and implement new ones to ensure efficient operations and export compliance best practices. Proactively identify opportunities for savings, refunds, and appropriate reclassifications. Provide timely and thoughtful advice to ensure proper classifications and country of origin determinations, technology transfers, and other exports; meet licensing requirements; and provide timely and appropriate risk assessments. Help develop long-term strategies to facilitate our global business in a rapidly evolving trade and regulatory landscape. Develop and deliver easy-to-understand trade compliance training to employees. Collaborate with Legal and business teams spread across time zones - in multiple locations.

Requirements: 12+ years of relevant legal and business experience, with significant experience advising a global trade compliance organization. Deep understanding and experience in the practical application of US and international export/import laws regulations. Significant experience working with technology companies with broad hardware and software product portfolios. Ability and desire to learn new areas of compliance (e.g., product, environmental) and contribute in a fast-paced and growing organization. Ability to make difficult decisions thoughtfully, quickly, and confidently, and influence business colleagues and senior management . Strong communication skills, including the ability to understand and communicate complex technical and legal issues and translate them for non-experts. High degree of accountability, self-motivation, and drive, and excellent judgment.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-26

General Counsel, Insurance Regulatory/compliance

Plantation FL General Counsel, Insurance Regulatory/Compliance The candidate should have strong insurance regulatory/compliance background to act as an authority on national insurance regulatory and compliance issues. Will lead the corporate governance, compliance and insurance regulatory areas by proactively staying abreast of emerging areas of law in our industry, evaluating and mitigating risks, and providing legal advice to support the strategic direction of the company. Lead company compliance and regulatory initiatives, providing strategic thought, legal leadership, and support to the Company and its affiliates on a wide range of matters pertaining to insurance products, services and solutions. Advise corporate leadership on a complete array of regulatory and compliance issues and act as a subject matter expert on all facets of insurance products (specifically, health, life and disability lines) and applicable state and federal laws and regulations, including NAIC model rules. Apply sound business acumen in providing timely, thoughtful and comprehensive legal advice in support of organizational strategies. Successfully partner with colleagues across the Company in a collaborative manner to deliver results and move important work through the organization. Analyze and resolve complex legal matters and recommend changes to organizational policies and procedures. Determine what legal activities can be done in-house and what needs to be delegated to outside counsel, and interact with outside counsel to identify, evaluate and resolve complex legal questions and issues. Demonstrate exceptional communication (oral and written), presentation and interpersonal skills and convey complex issues to legal and non-legal professionals at all levels.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate (JD) degree from a top-ranked U.S. Law School. Should be member in good standing with at least one (1) state bar. Should have 10 years of relevant (i.e., insurance regulatory) experience, including (but not limited to) the following: Experience working with insurance entities including insurance companies, health plans, reinsurers, managing general agencies, brokers, third-party administrators, claims companies and/or other insurance-related entities in connection with regulatory, corporate, compliance and transactional issues, Experience in the formation, licensure and capitalization of insurers, business expansion activities, financial and market conduct examinations, reinsurance and alternate risk transfer mechanisms, product filings, as well as many other operational and regulatory issues applicable to insurance entities,, Experience representing the interests of insurers, reinsurers and a wide variety of other insurance-related entities on their regulatory, transactional, corporate and governmental affairs matters.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-26

Corporate Counsel - Compliance

Topeka KS Corporate Counsel - Compliance The candidate will support the mission of the Legal and Compliance departments and Bank Management by providing accurate and timely legal and compliance advice, assistance and direction, performing independent research, preparing compliance-oriented legal memoranda, and reviewing or drafting high quality documentation concerning a wide range of legal and compliance matters. Must have 3 to 5 years of corporate legal experience. Juris Doctorate degree is required. Must be admitted to the Bar of any state. If not admitted in Kansas, must be admitted to the Kansas Bar within one year of employment and maintain good standing in Kansas. Prior experience supporting a company-wide compliance function is highly preferred. Should have excellent legal research and drafting skills, including Westlaw legal research. Should have ability to identify and analyze legal and compliance issues and develop solutions. Must be proficient use of computer programs and databases, including MS Word, Outlook, SharePoint and Internet Explorer, and various Bank databases. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-09-25

Compliance Counsel

Redwood City CA Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Executing a compliance program that meets or exceeds legal and regulatory expectations. Work with leadership throughout Company, with a primary focus on Precision Oncology, for the purpose of continually enhancing the Company's efforts to ensure compliance with health care industry laws and standards through the development and delivery of real-time guidance and counsel, policies/procedures, internal messaging and training content, and written agreements and external-facing materials that enable achievement of the Company's mission and financial goals without compromise of its Core Values. Will be responsible for directing the following transactional compliance efforts: advising leadership and project teams on the implications of legal risks and industry best practices for commercial strategies, tactics and programs; leading the development of procedures and substantive responses for real-time inquiries from personnel within the commercial organization; providing health and privacy law expertise on engagements involving health care providers/institutions and/or patient information and other data exchange and usage issues; and enhancing the organization's efforts to create and deliver effective training, education and internal communications supporting the Company's efforts to identify and address matters of concern. Prioritize and provide timely response to questions and concerns raised by sales representatives and other commercial organization representatives during the course of their efforts, ranging from strategic advance-planning to day-to-day matters. Analyze, draft and negotiate terms and conditions of written agreements with third parties that implicate risks particular to the health care industry, including prohibitions on fraud, waste and abuse, as well as protected health information protections and data privacy requirements. Actively contribute to and drive the annual regulatory compliance review and other regular compliance assessments across the business and implement risk mitigation plans. Help ensure that the compliance program is run in a manner comporting with laws, regulations and industry standards that include, among other topics, state and federal anti-kickback statutes, compliance with FDA, CMS and relevant regulatory requirements, and compliance with applicable corporate codes and policies (e.g., the Company's Code of Conduct on Interactions with Health Care Professionals, which is based on the AdvaMed Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals). Liaise with leadership to implement, develop, and maintain policies and procedures for the general operation of the compliance program and its related activities to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct. Monitor and analyze new and developing laws, regulations and enforcement activity within the health care industry and incorporate learnings into internal education, messaging and policy development efforts. Effectively work with the Chief Compliance Counsel and other internal legal counsel and compliance personnel on legal/compliance policy decisions, procedures and investigations. Identify potential weaknesses in the Compliance Program and proactively suggest improvements to address them. Collaborate with other internal organizations (e.g., Finance, Human Resources, etc.) to direct compliance issues to appropriate existing channels for investigation and resolution. Develop and deliver appropriate training under the Compliance Program. Analyze philanthropic proposals and third-party requests for financial support to ensure prospective appropriateness and internal segregation of duties in consideration of same. Support the process of medical, legal and regulatory review of external-facing materials related to Cologuard. Consult and/or serve on corporate compliance and/or grant committees. Uphold company mission and values through accountability, innovation, integrity, quality, and teamwork. Support and comply with the company's Quality Management System policies and procedures.

Qualifications: JD degree. Must hold and maintain an active license to practice law. 6+ years of experience in the Legal/Compliance function of a for-profit company in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, medical device, life sciences and/or clinical laboratory industries; or equivalent experience in private practice advising such companies. Demonstrated ability to perform the Essential Duties of the position with or without accommodation. Preferred: Experience in a Senior Counsel capacity (or its equivalent) for a for-profit company in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, medical device, life sciences and/or clinical laboratory industries; or experience in private practice advising such companies. Experience working in this capacity for a publicly traded entity.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-25

Counsel, Regulatory Affairs & Compliance

New York City NY Counsel, Regulatory Affairs & Compliance Duties: Serve as the Legal team's primary advisor on regulatory affairs and compliance, with the primary focus on food regulatory matters. Provide day-to-day support for teams across the business, with a focus on food regulatory compliance, general legislative and government affairs, food safety, advertising and marketing, and a wide array of other commercial and regulatory issues that arise from the operation of a complex, fast-paced e-commerce organization. Interface with key stakeholders of the Blue Apron business team to manage, negotiate and execute on a broad range of regulatory, commercial and operational initiatives and strategic priorities. Overseeing and advising on all federal, state and local regulatory and compliance matters related to operating a multi-site e-commerce food and wine business, including compliance with Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other federal, state and local laws and regulations, regulatory filings, inspections, and permitting and licensing requirements, in close collaboration with Senior Director of Regulatory Affairs, General Counsel, and other members of the Legal team. Reviewing and approving promotional, advertising and marketing materials, including websites, social media, print and digital advertising, and other marketing and promotional materials (including sweepstakes and contests) to ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. Overseeing the enforcement of regulatory guidelines, strategies, and policies related to the business, including overseeing regulatory compliance on the wine business (including directing outside counsel). Monitoring and assessing pertinent regulatory developments and enforcement trends and advising on potential business impact. Supporting the Customer Experience team in managing customer inquiries and communications. Supporting the Quick Response Team to execute responses to product recalls or other regulatory inquiries. Counseling senior management and business teams on new or pending legislation, laws, rules and regulations and industry trends that may impact operations or food production. Support environmental and other government regulation compliance of Blue Apron's fulfillment centers. Leading or assisting the Legal team's efforts in the preparation, implementation and refinement of appropriate forms, processes, policies and procedures with respect to various initiatives, including promotional review, regulatory outreach. Building close relationships with personnel at supported business operations and obtaining and maintaining a strong knowledge of the products and objectives of those operations. Managing and working with outside counsel as appropriate. Conducting periodic employee training on relevant matters. Engaging in or leading various other Legal projects and duties as needed, including due diligence and related support on strategic transactions, supporting commercial matters including agreements for promotional services, vendor, production, confidentiality, and other agreements. Providing substantive support for the rest of the Legal team as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a top law school with exceptional academic credentials and 5-8 years of relevant experience, including experience in private practice as a food regulatory attorney and preferably time spent in-house at a food company in roles of increasing responsibility. Must be admitted, active and in good standing with a state bar and registered, or eligible to register, as in-house counsel with the State of New York. Familiarity with and working knowledge of food regulatory matters in the State of California, specifically CDFA and CA Prop 65 also required. Extensive experience with legal and regulatory issues within the food industry is a must, and having experience with wine regulations and other government affairs matters is preferred. Experience interacting directly with the FDA, USDA and/or other federal or local food regulatory agencies is a significant plus. Be passionate about food, wine and technology and energized by the challenges of serving a young, dynamic company. Be extremely bright but also have an EQ that matches his or her IQ, and the ability to collaborate and engage effectively with all levels of employees, management and commercial business partners. Have excellent communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills. Be detail-oriented, organized, efficient and resourceful with strong follow-through skills. Be highly analytical and have exceptional business and legal issue identification and problem-solving skills. Have a practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving and be able to effectively counsel internal clients by providing them with clear, concise and commercial advice, and creative solutions where necessary, on established timelines to meet their business needs. Be a strong and astute negotiator with impeccable judgment. Be able to operate autonomously while being a team player who brings a positive, can do  attitude to the workplace and works collaboratively with other members of the Legal team and with internal clients. Be able to simultaneously manage workloads, multiple client demands and shifting priorities within a fast-paced, rapidly evolving environment. Have a strong desire to learn the business and new areas of law and to function integrally as part of an interdisciplinary team. Be collegial, hard working, confident, a self-starter and have a passion for results.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2020-09-25

Associate General Counsel Competition Compliance

Los Angeles CA Associate General Counsel - Competition Compliance The candidate will assist in the design and implementation of company-wide competition compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, focusing primarily on competition law. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes and training. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations and risk assessments. Actively collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as Product, Public Policy, Communications, and Human Resources 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 state bar. Should have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Law firm and in-house legal experience preferred. In-house experience preferred. Work experience at an internet or technology company preferred. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-23

Associate General Counsel Competition Compliance

Menlo Park CA Associate General Counsel - Competition Compliance The candidate will assist in the design and implementation of company-wide competition compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, focusing primarily on competition law. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes and training. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations and risk assessments. Actively collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as Product, Public Policy, Communications, and Human Resources 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 state bar. Should have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Law firm and in-house legal experience preferred. In-house experience preferred. Work experience at an internet or technology company preferred. Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-09-23
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Vp, General Counsel And Chief Compliance Officer
Refer job# QJVT151972
 
VP, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer Duties: Act as the principal legal advisor to executives and the company on all legal and regulatory matters. Provide thought leadership to the Investments deal team regarding the sponsor vetting and review process, including all transactional functions, general contract, and sponsor evaluation matters. Support the development of new investment products and services. Produce thought leadership content (both sponsor and investor facing) on how to produce and review online investor documents. Review Sponsor offering and governance documents, including, but not limited to, private placement memorandum, operating agreements, and subscription agreements to ensure conformance with marketplace standards, continuity and alignment with other Sponsor offering documents. Manage all external counsel and compliance consultant relationships, including spend and overall departmental budget. Partner with the CFO/CCO to strengthen internal controls, establish a comprehensive risk management framework, and improve the company's operational velocity. Responsible for administrative and governance matters relating to the Board of Directors and related committees. Partner with Finance and People Operations for initiatives related to legal entities, tax structures, real estate and employment. Provide guidance to the People Operations team on employment matters and collaborate on various employment agreements. Represent the company in support of federal and state regulators. Continuously stay up to date with changes to regulations, promulgating updates/changes to the organization. Provide effective challenge and oversight to the implementation and adherence to all policies, legal and regulatory requirements. Define, develop and disambiguate control requirements based on authoritative sources. Work alongside departments and key leaders to support the development of marketing, advertising and any publicly facing material to ensure adherence to laws, regulations and corporate policies. Work cross-departmentally to educate staff on Sponsor related matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an accredited law program. 10+ years progressive legal experience, including 3+ years in-house as a Corporate Counsel or Senior Corporate Counsel . Experience and deep knowledge of key investments related regulatory and compliance requirements. Experience with recruiting, developing and motivating key talent to achieve company objectives and managing within a start-up environment. 2+ years real estate transactions experience through relevant work experience in real estate private equity, commercial real estate, or investments. Experience with 506 , 506(b) and Reg A+ offerings. Experience with SEC and FINRA compliance requirements. Demonstrated ability to set strategy, targets, and achieve desired results. Meticulous attention to detail, and strong negotiating skills. Nice to Have: Undergraduate degree in finance or business administration. Securities legal experience. Broker Dealer experience. Experience with FinTech enterprises, and in particular Crowdfunding platforms.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Compliance
Refer job# EOQO151980
 
Corporate Counsel - Compliance Duties: Understand the culture of the company and become an evangelist of its values. Work with the General Counsel, and the larger team, to develop internal compliance procedures that work within the context of a fast-pace growing business (product, regulatory, and contractual). Win the hearts and minds of your internal stakeholders. Foresee risks and help us to not assume the happy path - and address those risks with well-informed pragmatic solutions. Interface with domestic and foreign counsel. Areas of focus: data privacy, import/export, international product requirements, vendor and supplier relations. Base counsel on research, integrity and data. Be able to motivate and drive change with a positive, optimistic influence. Draft agreements with a thorough understanding of the business that minimize risks and maximize the company's legal rights. Be able to act as an interpreter from legalese to words that normal (but smart) business people understand. Process complex, significant matters that cut across legal and business functions and be able to render an informed view to the Team in short order. Stay plugged in to what is happening in the legal world and how that affects . Provide guidance on other general corporate matters as needed.

Qualifications: Law Degree from a recognized Law School. 3-5 years experience advising businesses. Overall broad legal knowledge (corporate law, consumer products, advertising, etc). Well-versed in how business operate with financial acumen. Outstanding research capability. Excellent judgment and analytical skills. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced growing environment. Have a thorough understanding of laws surrounding consumer products, advertising claims, social media, data privacy, contracts and safety compliance.
 
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Senior Director, Trade Compliance Counsel
Refer job# IUKN151981
 
Senior Director, Trade Compliance Counsel Duties: Enhance trade compliance by developing key global policies, procedures, controls, communications strategies and employee training. Provide legal support to colleagues on global trade-related litigation, compliance investigations and voluntary disclosures. Support oversight of periodic assessments and audits to guarantee compliance with applicable global trade laws and company policies. Prepare required summaries and work with various business units to resolve compliance matters, as well as government filings when necessary. Advise on complex legal regulatory questions, identify common and conflicting legal issues across the company and contribute to high-level policy decision-making.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a nationally accredited law school. 10 years of legal experience in export law and economic sanctions, as well as providing legal counsel on global trade compliance issues. Great if also have: In-house experience in logistics or global supply chain. Strong fluency in Microsoft Office applications, as well as various research and legal databases. Excellent written and verbal communications skills. Effective organizational and leadership skills; use a variety of interpersonal styles and communication methods to effectively adapt to new work structures, processes or cultures. Strong aptitude for understanding and analyzing large volumes of information from multiple sources, as well as the ability to produce unambiguous, comprehensive and accurate interpretations. Strong presentation and negotiation skills to deal effectively with individuals and groups within and outside the organization. High degree of motivation with the capacity to work with minimal supervision, while building effective and collaborative work relationships both internally and externally. Demonstrated ability to handle multiple projects and time demands with a high level of urgency, personal integrity, energy and stamina.
 
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Corporate Counsel Global Compliance
Refer job# KCDE151996
 
Corporate Counsel - Global Compliance Responsibilities: Be the Legal team's primary advisor to the operationally-focused members of the global trade compliance team. Work closely with the global trade compliance team to develop, implement and improve a world class program. Identify opportunities to improve existing process and implement new ones to ensure efficient operations and export compliance best practices. Proactively identify opportunities for savings, refunds, and appropriate reclassifications. Provide timely and thoughtful advice to ensure proper classifications and country of origin determinations, technology transfers, and other exports; meet licensing requirements; and provide timely and appropriate risk assessments. Help develop long-term strategies to facilitate our global business in a rapidly evolving trade and regulatory landscape. Develop and deliver easy-to-understand trade compliance training to employees. Collaborate with Legal and business teams spread across time zones - in multiple locations.

Requirements: 12+ years of relevant legal and business experience, with significant experience advising a global trade compliance organization. Deep understanding and experience in the practical application of US and international export/import laws regulations. Significant experience working with technology companies with broad hardware and software product portfolios. Ability and desire to learn new areas of compliance (e.g., product, environmental) and contribute in a fast-paced and growing organization. Ability to make difficult decisions thoughtfully, quickly, and confidently, and influence business colleagues and senior management . Strong communication skills, including the ability to understand and communicate complex technical and legal issues and translate them for non-experts. High degree of accountability, self-motivation, and drive, and excellent judgment.
 
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General Counsel, Insurance Regulatory/compliance
Refer job# BLSF152002
 
General Counsel, Insurance Regulatory/Compliance The candidate should have strong insurance regulatory/compliance background to act as an authority on national insurance regulatory and compliance issues. Will lead the corporate governance, compliance and insurance regulatory areas by proactively staying abreast of emerging areas of law in our industry, evaluating and mitigating risks, and providing legal advice to support the strategic direction of the company. Lead company compliance and regulatory initiatives, providing strategic thought, legal leadership, and support to the Company and its affiliates on a wide range of matters pertaining to insurance products, services and solutions. Advise corporate leadership on a complete array of regulatory and compliance issues and act as a subject matter expert on all facets of insurance products (specifically, health, life and disability lines) and applicable state and federal laws and regulations, including NAIC model rules. Apply sound business acumen in providing timely, thoughtful and comprehensive legal advice in support of organizational strategies. Successfully partner with colleagues across the Company in a collaborative manner to deliver results and move important work through the organization. Analyze and resolve complex legal matters and recommend changes to organizational policies and procedures. Determine what legal activities can be done in-house and what needs to be delegated to outside counsel, and interact with outside counsel to identify, evaluate and resolve complex legal questions and issues. Demonstrate exceptional communication (oral and written), presentation and interpersonal skills and convey complex issues to legal and non-legal professionals at all levels.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate (JD) degree from a top-ranked U.S. Law School. Should be member in good standing with at least one (1) state bar. Should have 10 years of relevant (i.e., insurance regulatory) experience, including (but not limited to) the following: Experience working with insurance entities including insurance companies, health plans, reinsurers, managing general agencies, brokers, third-party administrators, claims companies and/or other insurance-related entities in connection with regulatory, corporate, compliance and transactional issues, Experience in the formation, licensure and capitalization of insurers, business expansion activities, financial and market conduct examinations, reinsurance and alternate risk transfer mechanisms, product filings, as well as many other operational and regulatory issues applicable to insurance entities,, Experience representing the interests of insurers, reinsurers and a wide variety of other insurance-related entities on their regulatory, transactional, corporate and governmental affairs matters.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Compliance
Refer job# NHTK151902
 
Corporate Counsel - Compliance The candidate will support the mission of the Legal and Compliance departments and Bank Management by providing accurate and timely legal and compliance advice, assistance and direction, performing independent research, preparing compliance-oriented legal memoranda, and reviewing or drafting high quality documentation concerning a wide range of legal and compliance matters. Must have 3 to 5 years of corporate legal experience. Juris Doctorate degree is required. Must be admitted to the Bar of any state. If not admitted in Kansas, must be admitted to the Kansas Bar within one year of employment and maintain good standing in Kansas. Prior experience supporting a company-wide compliance function is highly preferred. Should have excellent legal research and drafting skills, including Westlaw legal research. Should have ability to identify and analyze legal and compliance issues and develop solutions. Must be proficient use of computer programs and databases, including MS Word, Outlook, SharePoint and Internet Explorer, and various Bank databases.
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# CRPL151933
 
Compliance Counsel Responsibilities: Executing a compliance program that meets or exceeds legal and regulatory expectations. Work with leadership throughout Company, with a primary focus on Precision Oncology, for the purpose of continually enhancing the Company's efforts to ensure compliance with health care industry laws and standards through the development and delivery of real-time guidance and counsel, policies/procedures, internal messaging and training content, and written agreements and external-facing materials that enable achievement of the Company's mission and financial goals without compromise of its Core Values. Will be responsible for directing the following transactional compliance efforts: advising leadership and project teams on the implications of legal risks and industry best practices for commercial strategies, tactics and programs; leading the development of procedures and substantive responses for real-time inquiries from personnel within the commercial organization; providing health and privacy law expertise on engagements involving health care providers/institutions and/or patient information and other data exchange and usage issues; and enhancing the organization's efforts to create and deliver effective training, education and internal communications supporting the Company's efforts to identify and address matters of concern. Prioritize and provide timely response to questions and concerns raised by sales representatives and other commercial organization representatives during the course of their efforts, ranging from strategic advance-planning to day-to-day matters. Analyze, draft and negotiate terms and conditions of written agreements with third parties that implicate risks particular to the health care industry, including prohibitions on fraud, waste and abuse, as well as protected health information protections and data privacy requirements. Actively contribute to and drive the annual regulatory compliance review and other regular compliance assessments across the business and implement risk mitigation plans. Help ensure that the compliance program is run in a manner comporting with laws, regulations and industry standards that include, among other topics, state and federal anti-kickback statutes, compliance with FDA, CMS and relevant regulatory requirements, and compliance with applicable corporate codes and policies (e.g., the Company's Code of Conduct on Interactions with Health Care Professionals, which is based on the AdvaMed Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals). Liaise with leadership to implement, develop, and maintain policies and procedures for the general operation of the compliance program and its related activities to prevent illegal, unethical, or improper conduct. Monitor and analyze new and developing laws, regulations and enforcement activity within the health care industry and incorporate learnings into internal education, messaging and policy development efforts. Effectively work with the Chief Compliance Counsel and other internal legal counsel and compliance personnel on legal/compliance policy decisions, procedures and investigations. Identify potential weaknesses in the Compliance Program and proactively suggest improvements to address them. Collaborate with other internal organizations (e.g., Finance, Human Resources, etc.) to direct compliance issues to appropriate existing channels for investigation and resolution. Develop and deliver appropriate training under the Compliance Program. Analyze philanthropic proposals and third-party requests for financial support to ensure prospective appropriateness and internal segregation of duties in consideration of same. Support the process of medical, legal and regulatory review of external-facing materials related to Cologuard. Consult and/or serve on corporate compliance and/or grant committees. Uphold company mission and values through accountability, innovation, integrity, quality, and teamwork. Support and comply with the company's Quality Management System policies and procedures.

Qualifications: JD degree. Must hold and maintain an active license to practice law. 6+ years of experience in the Legal/Compliance function of a for-profit company in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, medical device, life sciences and/or clinical laboratory industries; or equivalent experience in private practice advising such companies. Demonstrated ability to perform the Essential Duties of the position with or without accommodation. Preferred: Experience in a Senior Counsel capacity (or its equivalent) for a for-profit company in the healthcare, pharmaceutical, medical device, life sciences and/or clinical laboratory industries; or experience in private practice advising such companies. Experience working in this capacity for a publicly traded entity.
 
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Counsel, Regulatory Affairs & Compliance
Refer job# WIIW151934
 
Counsel, Regulatory Affairs & Compliance Duties: Serve as the Legal team's primary advisor on regulatory affairs and compliance, with the primary focus on food regulatory matters. Provide day-to-day support for teams across the business, with a focus on food regulatory compliance, general legislative and government affairs, food safety, advertising and marketing, and a wide array of other commercial and regulatory issues that arise from the operation of a complex, fast-paced e-commerce organization. Interface with key stakeholders of the Blue Apron business team to manage, negotiate and execute on a broad range of regulatory, commercial and operational initiatives and strategic priorities. Overseeing and advising on all federal, state and local regulatory and compliance matters related to operating a multi-site e-commerce food and wine business, including compliance with Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other federal, state and local laws and regulations, regulatory filings, inspections, and permitting and licensing requirements, in close collaboration with Senior Director of Regulatory Affairs, General Counsel, and other members of the Legal team. Reviewing and approving promotional, advertising and marketing materials, including websites, social media, print and digital advertising, and other marketing and promotional materials (including sweepstakes and contests) to ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. Overseeing the enforcement of regulatory guidelines, strategies, and policies related to the business, including overseeing regulatory compliance on the wine business (including directing outside counsel). Monitoring and assessing pertinent regulatory developments and enforcement trends and advising on potential business impact. Supporting the Customer Experience team in managing customer inquiries and communications. Supporting the Quick Response Team to execute responses to product recalls or other regulatory inquiries. Counseling senior management and business teams on new or pending legislation, laws, rules and regulations and industry trends that may impact operations or food production. Support environmental and other government regulation compliance of Blue Apron's fulfillment centers. Leading or assisting the Legal team's efforts in the preparation, implementation and refinement of appropriate forms, processes, policies and procedures with respect to various initiatives, including promotional review, regulatory outreach. Building close relationships with personnel at supported business operations and obtaining and maintaining a strong knowledge of the products and objectives of those operations. Managing and working with outside counsel as appropriate. Conducting periodic employee training on relevant matters. Engaging in or leading various other Legal projects and duties as needed, including due diligence and related support on strategic transactions, supporting commercial matters including agreements for promotional services, vendor, production, confidentiality, and other agreements. Providing substantive support for the rest of the Legal team as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a top law school with exceptional academic credentials and 5-8 years of relevant experience, including experience in private practice as a food regulatory attorney and preferably time spent in-house at a food company in roles of increasing responsibility. Must be admitted, active and in good standing with a state bar and registered, or eligible to register, as in-house counsel with the State of New York. Familiarity with and working knowledge of food regulatory matters in the State of California, specifically CDFA and CA Prop 65 also required. Extensive experience with legal and regulatory issues within the food industry is a must, and having experience with wine regulations and other government affairs matters is preferred. Experience interacting directly with the FDA, USDA and/or other federal or local food regulatory agencies is a significant plus. Be passionate about food, wine and technology and energized by the challenges of serving a young, dynamic company. Be extremely bright but also have an EQ that matches his or her IQ, and the ability to collaborate and engage effectively with all levels of employees, management and commercial business partners. Have excellent communication (written and verbal) and interpersonal skills. Be detail-oriented, organized, efficient and resourceful with strong follow-through skills. Be highly analytical and have exceptional business and legal issue identification and problem-solving skills. Have a practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving and be able to effectively counsel internal clients by providing them with clear, concise and commercial advice, and creative solutions where necessary, on established timelines to meet their business needs. Be a strong and astute negotiator with impeccable judgment. Be able to operate autonomously while being a team player who brings a positive, can do  attitude to the workplace and works collaboratively with other members of the Legal team and with internal clients. Be able to simultaneously manage workloads, multiple client demands and shifting priorities within a fast-paced, rapidly evolving environment. Have a strong desire to learn the business and new areas of law and to function integrally as part of an interdisciplinary team. Be collegial, hard working, confident, a self-starter and have a passion for results.
 
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Associate General Counsel Competition Compliance
Refer job# PUET151873
 
Associate General Counsel - Competition Compliance The candidate will assist in the design and implementation of company-wide competition compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, focusing primarily on competition law. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes and training. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations and risk assessments. Actively collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as Product, Public Policy, Communications, and Human Resources 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 state bar. Should have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Law firm and in-house legal experience preferred. In-house experience preferred. Work experience at an internet or technology company preferred.
 
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Associate General Counsel Competition Compliance
Refer job# WJID151874
 
Associate General Counsel - Competition Compliance The candidate will assist in the design and implementation of company-wide competition compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, focusing primarily on competition law. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes and training. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations and risk assessments. Actively collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as Product, Public Policy, Communications, and Human Resources 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 state bar. Should have 8+ years of experience as a practicing attorney. Law firm and in-house legal experience preferred. In-house experience preferred. Work experience at an internet or technology company preferred.
 
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