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Senior Counsel, Employment and Ethics and Compliance

Mountain View CA Senior Counsel, Employment and Ethics and Compliance The candidate will serve as firm s first dedicated employment counsel, responsible for all employment matters for the company. Will provide advice on a broad range of employment issues, including HR practices, performance management, internal investigations, pre-dispute conflicts, employment law claims, arbitration and labor matters, EID efforts, terminations, recruiting, hiring, compensation and benefits, wage and hour and labor relations, and firm s contingent workforce. Respond to EEOC, OFCCP, Office of Civil Rights, DFEH and other state and local agency inquiries and charges. Draft training and materials related to diversity and inclusion and advise on internal creation and dissemination of statistics and data related to diversity. Oversee the ethics and compliance function for firm s legal team. Ensure strong and consistent ethics and compliance standards across the company. Train employees on ethics and compliance-related topics and conduct risk assessments periodically. Answer a broad range of ethics and compliance-related queries from employees. Provide legal advice for internal investigations concerning potential code of conduct, conflicts of interest, financial misconduct, or other violations of internal firm policies.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor or equivalent degree, 5+ years of experience in a law firm working in broad-based employment law or similar in-house experience. Experience in providing advice on a broad range of employment issues, including HR practices, investigations, performance management, terminations, recruiting, hiring, compensation and benefits, wage and hour and labor relations is essential. Experience interacting with the OFCCP, EEOC and state and local EEO agencies on complex matters is essential. Should be admitted to the bar and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law in California. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills is essential. 8+ years of experience in a law firm working in broad-based employment law or similar in-house experience is preferred. Direct or indirect (e.g. via a secondment) in-house experience is desired.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-15

Compliance Manager Or Counsel

Washington DC Compliance Manager or Counsel The candidate will be assisting the firm s Global Chief Regulatory Officer in managing the Compliance operations of Interactive s various brokerage affiliates around the world, including: coordinating global compliance projects with the Compliance Officers of the different Interactive Brokers companies in the US, Canada, Europe and Asia-Pacific. Will be helping to manage the Compliance Officers of the Interactive Brokers companies. Fielding inquiries from Compliance Officers, Compliance Staff and others in the business regarding how to address potential AML or trade surveillance issues presented by IB customer activity. Crafting written specifications or instructions for programmers and technology staff to respond to new regulations or to launch new business lines. Drafting and implementing firm policies and written supervisory procedures. Developing and implementing remedial action plans in response to internal and external audit findings. Must have 4-10 years experience with the SEC, FINRA, CFTC, NFA, an exchange, law firm, or another broker-dealer or FCM. Appropriately registered compliance officer (i.e., at least a Series 24 and/or Series 3 registration) or lawyer in good standing willing to take those exams is essential. Solid academic background is essential. Must have strong organizational and management skills. Experience with AML rules and regulations is very helpful. Legal 4 - 10 Full-time 2018-12-15

Associate Compliance Counsel, Compliance

Miami FL Associate Compliance Counsel, The candidate is responsible for assisting in the planning, designing, and implementing the Compliance and Privacy Program. Understands hospital guidelines, applicable laws and regulations and partners with management and Senior Leader to provide continual risk assessment, development of comprehensive policies and procedures, compliance training, protocols, internal investigations, providing regulatory reviews and opinions and auditing and monitoring. As the Vice Chairperson of the Hospital Ethics and Compliance Committee, oversees the organizational process to ensure adequate regulatory process and policy development and dissemination to comply with regulatory requirements. Coordinates the development, maintenance, implementation, and revision of policies, process and procedures and other documents for the operation of the compliance program. Develops compliance training materials and performs compliance training throughout MCHS under the direction of the Leader. Ensures reported issues and/or concerns are identified, investigated, and resolved. Develops corrective action plans as appropriate. Monitors the day to day compliance activities of MCHS and maintains the electronic tracking system for compliance matters. Analyzes statistical data and reports to identify and determine compliance issues. Performs compliance audits for the purpose of monitoring processes and detecting noncompliance, including coordinating audit activities and responses with external counsel as needed. Prepares audit reports and makes recommendations to the Leader and management based on findings. Prepares periodic reports for management and the Audit and Compliance Committee of the Board of Directors. Regularly assesses the Compliance Program, performs compliance risk assessments and recommends appropriate actions as necessary. Develops and implements MCHS's compliance work plans and assist Leader in establishing and maintaining departmental goals and objectives. Performs legal/regulatory research and drafts legal memoranda as needed. Reviews and updates MCHS's Code of Conduct, compliance and hospital policies, contracts and other compliance related materials to ensure it is current and relevant with all applicable federal, state, and industry laws, regulations, and standards in providing guidance to management and employees. Serves as a contact person for reports of concerns or potential compliance issues. Confers with management staff to identify and correct potential areas of noncompliance and anticipate future compliance requirements. Brings all reported issues to the attention of the Leader. Provides advice and counsel to hospital leadership and hospital departments regarding federal and state regulations and carrying out polices in accordance with those regulations. Serves as a Vice-Chair of the Hospital Ethics and Compliance Committee and assist hospital leadership with bioethics issues including regulatory and statutory framework for bioethical decision making. Law Degree from an accredited US law school is essential. Must have 4+ years of experience as a practicing attorney, private practice or in-house experience in health care law and/or compliance. certification required within a year in position is essential. Licensed attorney in a U.S. jurisdiction is essential. Florida Bar preferred. Excellent computer, office automation and word processing skills is essential. Excellent communication skills both verbally and in writing is essential. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-15

Corporate And Compliance Counsel

Redwood City CA Corporate and Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for drafting and negotiating a wide variety of contracts and generally supporting the legal and compliance needs of a fast-growing medical device company. Will be required to work cross-functionally among all departments and interact with a wide variety of business stakeholders, including company Managers and VPs. Draft and negotiate a wide range of contracts, including purchase agreements, confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, HIPAA business associate agreements, clinical trial agreements, educational grant agreements, development and supply agreements and various vendor services agreements. Support and maintain of firm's HCP expenditure and payment reports as required under the Federal Physician Payment Act (Sunshine Act) and state laws. Identify legal and business risks and advise firm's internal clients on contract interpretation, regulatory compliance (including Sunshine Act, Anti-Kickback statute and False Claims Act), anti-bribery laws and other legal risks. Manage firm's Data Privacy Program (GDPR, HIPAA, and state laws). Support HR on employment issues, including candidate recruitment and restrictive employment covenants. Assist with the development of Company policies and procedures. Implement and oversee an efficient and effective contracts management system, including an approval and negotiation process that complies with appropriate controls and procedures.

The candidate should have JD degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must have 2 years of legal and contracts experience, preferably in the life sciences industry. Must have strong written, verbal and organizational skills. Must have strong MS Office skills MS Word, Outlook and PowerPoint. Must have experience with contract management systems. Familiarity with SalesForce.com, Doc-u-sign, and X-Author preferred. Must have experience identifying legal and business risks to ensure compliance with legal department requirements and company policy. Must have experience working cross-functionally with internal customers from Finance, Marketing, Sales, Operations, R&D and HR. Must have experience negotiating contracts with vendors, hospital systems, healthcare providers and group purchasing organizations.
Legal 2 - 0 Full-time 2018-12-15

Director, Compliance Counsel

San Diego CA Director, Compliance Counsel The candidate supports the compliance function and is responsible for assisting in the development, execution and continuous improvement of the compliance program to ensure compliance with all applicable standards, laws, and regulations, including the U.S. Anti-Kickback Statutes, the False Claims Act, the Stark Laws, the Sunshine Act (Open Payments), the FCPA and HIPAA. Supports the Chief Compliance Officer with respect to commercial legal and compliance matters and activities as well as other Legal projects as needed. Monitors activity to help ensure compliance with PhRMA Code with respect to HCP interactions. Provide advice and training to employees of the Company on the health care compliance program using a solid understanding of U.S. pharmaceutical laws, including regulatory and compliance issues and laws pertaining to interactions with healthcare providers. Provide legal support for wide range of commercial and medical affairs activities related to product launch and ongoing promotion of pharmaceutical products. Provide legal guidance to Promotional Review Committee. Provide legal guidance to Medical Review Committee. Provide legal guidance to Grants Committee. Stay current on applicable law, regulation, and practice and communicating senior management apprised of current developments.

The candidate should have BA/BS degree and JD degree. Should have 3-5 years of commercial compliance experience, including prior in-house experience with a biotech/pharmaceutical company. A solid understanding of U.S. pharmaceutical laws, including regulatory and compliance issues needed. A solid understanding of laws pertaining to interactions with healthcare providers (Anti-Kickback, False Claims etc.) essential.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2018-12-14

AVP, Associate General Counsel, Legal and Compliance Group

Farmington CT AVP, Associate General Counsel, Legal and Compliance Group The candidate will provide legal assistance to the Programs Division, focusing on Casualty, Property and Inland Marine, and Professional lines of business. It will provide day-to-day support for the business, including product development, and related compliance support on surplus lines and admitted business. The lines of business include : Commercial General Liability (including primary, umbrella and excess), Commercial Automobile Liability, Property and Inland Marine, Directors & Officers Liability, Errors & Omissions Liability, and Cyber Liability. Serve as legal counsel to underwriters by providing advice and guidance regarding policy interpretation, claim trends and insurance laws and regulations. Develop and draft/revise a variety of documents, including new insurance policies, endorsements, applications and related materials. Support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes and assist in the development and implementation of company policies and procedures. Aid underwriters in responding to coverage requests. Prepare responses to state insurance departments regarding objections to filed policies and endorsements. Apprise underwriters of judicial and legislative developments affecting their lines of business. Should have Law degree and admission in at least one state. Must have 2-4 years legal experience. In-house or law firm insurance coverage experience required. Product development and coverage issues experience required. Ability to work independently and meet short deadlines is required. Should have strong analytical and technical skill sets. Should have the ability to quickly understand key business issues and operational objectives. Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2018-12-13

State Deputy General Counsel And Compliance Director

Des Moines IA State Deputy General Counsel and Compliance Director The candidate will be responsible for identifying, mitigating and managing legal strategies to protect and advance the mission and business of company. The SDGC provides support and advice to ensure compliance with all applicable local, state and federal laws. Under the direction of the Regional Deputy General Counsel (RDGC) collaborates with Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) legal and/or outside counsel, interprets statutes and administrative rules applicable to company operations, with a special emphasis in public affairs and employment law. Provides support and advice to company and its ancillary organizations. Serves on the company Executive Leadership Team. Under the supervision of the RDGC, the SDGC also has a dotted reporting line to company s Board of Directors. Provide advice on legal and regulatory matters relating to business activities and on compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Conduct or direct research and provide interpretation of laws relating to organizational activities and mission. Draft and review contracts with a view to minimizing legal and financial exposure for the organization and while ensuring regulatory compliance. Ensure the maintenance of a document storage, retrieval and management system. Support and advance the central system which includes contracts, leases, policies/procedures, and corporate documents. Assist in the development and implementation of policies and procedures. Provide employment law counsel, as needed. Direct or oversee investigations surfaced within the organization. In consultation with the RDGC, serve as a liaison between local staff members and Executive Leadership in accordance with the whistle-blower policy and organizational Code of Integrity. Provide support and advice to public policy staff as requested. Work to ensure compliance with all laws and regulations relating to work of the 501(c)(4) entities and support and oversee the practices required to ensure the 501(c)(4) activities' separation from the 501(c)(3) activities. Assist in development and/or revision of policies and procedures for the organization. Coordinate legal activities with PPFA and outside legal counsel, as directed. Implement legal and compliance workplans and manage administrative duties, as needed and requested. Participate in leadership meetings, as needed and provide education and training to staff, as requested. Operate at the highest ethical level, ensuring compliance with applicable laws, regulations and reporting requirements. Ensure proper representation for PPHeartland, in the event the RDGC is unable to advise on a specific matter.

The candidate should have Law Degree and is licensed to practice law in the state of Iowa. Eligibility for registration as in-house counsel in Nebraska is required. Should have 5 years experience in the practice of law Experience in both employment law and public affairs/C (4) rules and regulations required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-11-29

Compliance Counsel

Washington DC Compliance Counsel The candidate will assist in the design and implementation of company-wide compliance programs and initiatives. Will advise on strategic response to legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, including in the areas of political activities and ethics, anti-corruption, global trade, and environmental, health and safety. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes and training. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations, risk assessments, and audits. Actively collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as Public Policy, Product Teams, Human Resources, and Finance, to coordinate compliance programs and initiatives. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives. Must have Juris Doctorate degree with membership in one U.S. state Bar. Must have 3+ years of attorney experience, including in-house experience and/or at a law firm. Interpersonal experience and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality is preferred. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-11-28

Compliance Counsel

Menlo Park CA Compliance Counsel The candidate will assist in the design and implementation of company-wide compliance programs and initiatives. Will advise on strategic response to legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, including in the areas of political activities and ethics, anti-corruption, global trade, and environmental, health and safety. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes and training. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations, risk assessments, and audits. Actively collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as Public Policy, Product Teams, Human Resources, and Finance, to coordinate compliance programs and initiatives. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives. Must have Juris Doctorate degree with membership in at least one U.S. state Bar. Must have 3+ years of attorney experience, including in-house experience and/or at a law firm. Interpersonal experience and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality is preferred. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2018-11-28

Senior Managing Counsel, Franchise, Public Policy, Compliance And New Customer Types

Purchase NY Senior Managing Counsel, Franchise, Public Policy, Compliance and New Customer Types The candidate will have overall responsibility for providing legal expertise and guidance supporting the following business units which are based both in the center and across the five company regions: Franchise Core; Franchise Innovation; Franchise Customer Engagement and Performance; Franchise Dispute Resolution Management; Franchise Architecture and Standards. This role will jointly report into the General Counsel, Global Businesses and the Chief Franchise Officer. As a member of the Franchise Management Team, this leader will have full accountability for supporting healthy business growth by detecting, preventing and remediating undue risk. The candidate must demonstrate sound business and legal judgement, thrive in a fast-paced environment, with a diverse workload, and have a proven track record of providing pragmatic and proactive legal advice. In addition this role will also provide legal support to Public Policy, Compliance and new customer types, primarily corporations, governments and merchants. The majority of support will be for the Franchise organization. Duties: Serving as the Franchise liaison in working with legal colleagues throughout the company (e.g. product, sales, regulatory, litigation, etc.); Ensure strong communication/collaboration with Regional Counsel teams; Guidance around MA s standards/requirements (e.g. rules interpretation/compliance, modifications to existing rules, creation of new rules, etc.); Ensuring alignment in terms of the applicability of the standards relative to the business models of customers and other stakeholders; Understanding the effects of regulation on our Franchise and how the rules have evolved to manage the effects while maintaining a globally interoperable system. Providing legal support for customer compliance enforcement actions. Work with Franchise Regional Leads in providing guidance for defining standards, requirements and outcomes and ensure regional/global strategic alignment of new and existing rules and strategies to drive long-term business growth and preserve the value and integrity of company's brand. Guidance for addressing subpoenas, referrals and requests coming from law enforcement, regulatory agencies and other government entities. Support efforts to effectively manage account data compromise events including subpoenas, appeals of ADC cases and litigation or litigation prevention. Support for the licensing/customer onboarding process includes legal management of the licensing agreement and supporting documentation. Support for Franchise s ancillary management programs such as Service Provider Registration, Prepaid Program Approval, Card Design Approval and others. Guidance for addressing new payment/data flows from a Franchise management perspective (i.e. licensing, standards, dispute resolution management, etc.). Represent Franchise on applicable internal steercos, committees, working groups, etc. As lead lawyer for other groups within Law and Franchise Integrity, provide some legal support to Public Policy, Compliance and new customer types.

The candidate should have law degree from a top-tier university. Must have professional experience in general commercial legal matters in a reputable international law firm and/or as in-house lawyer for a multinational company, preferably in the financial services, banking or technology sector; Experience/knowledge of franchise management and operations a plus. ust demonstrate strong leadership skills. Must have a strategic mindset and be able to effectively discuss with and advise executive level management regarding complex legal matters and challenging situations.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-11-28
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Senior Counsel, Employment and Ethics and Compliance
Refer job# SQKE141662
 
Senior Counsel, Employment and Ethics and Compliance The candidate will serve as firm s first dedicated employment counsel, responsible for all employment matters for the company. Will provide advice on a broad range of employment issues, including HR practices, performance management, internal investigations, pre-dispute conflicts, employment law claims, arbitration and labor matters, EID efforts, terminations, recruiting, hiring, compensation and benefits, wage and hour and labor relations, and firm s contingent workforce. Respond to EEOC, OFCCP, Office of Civil Rights, DFEH and other state and local agency inquiries and charges. Draft training and materials related to diversity and inclusion and advise on internal creation and dissemination of statistics and data related to diversity. Oversee the ethics and compliance function for firm s legal team. Ensure strong and consistent ethics and compliance standards across the company. Train employees on ethics and compliance-related topics and conduct risk assessments periodically. Answer a broad range of ethics and compliance-related queries from employees. Provide legal advice for internal investigations concerning potential code of conduct, conflicts of interest, financial misconduct, or other violations of internal firm policies.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor or equivalent degree, 5+ years of experience in a law firm working in broad-based employment law or similar in-house experience. Experience in providing advice on a broad range of employment issues, including HR practices, investigations, performance management, terminations, recruiting, hiring, compensation and benefits, wage and hour and labor relations is essential. Experience interacting with the OFCCP, EEOC and state and local EEO agencies on complex matters is essential. Should be admitted to the bar and in good standing or otherwise authorized to practice law in California. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills is essential. 8+ years of experience in a law firm working in broad-based employment law or similar in-house experience is preferred. Direct or indirect (e.g. via a secondment) in-house experience is desired.
 
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Compliance Manager Or Counsel
Refer job# OIUT141686
 
Compliance Manager or Counsel The candidate will be assisting the firm s Global Chief Regulatory Officer in managing the Compliance operations of Interactive s various brokerage affiliates around the world, including: coordinating global compliance projects with the Compliance Officers of the different Interactive Brokers companies in the US, Canada, Europe and Asia-Pacific. Will be helping to manage the Compliance Officers of the Interactive Brokers companies. Fielding inquiries from Compliance Officers, Compliance Staff and others in the business regarding how to address potential AML or trade surveillance issues presented by IB customer activity. Crafting written specifications or instructions for programmers and technology staff to respond to new regulations or to launch new business lines. Drafting and implementing firm policies and written supervisory procedures. Developing and implementing remedial action plans in response to internal and external audit findings. Must have 4-10 years experience with the SEC, FINRA, CFTC, NFA, an exchange, law firm, or another broker-dealer or FCM. Appropriately registered compliance officer (i.e., at least a Series 24 and/or Series 3 registration) or lawyer in good standing willing to take those exams is essential. Solid academic background is essential. Must have strong organizational and management skills. Experience with AML rules and regulations is very helpful.
 
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Associate Compliance Counsel, Compliance
Refer job# DCOJ141691
 
Associate Compliance Counsel, The candidate is responsible for assisting in the planning, designing, and implementing the Compliance and Privacy Program. Understands hospital guidelines, applicable laws and regulations and partners with management and Senior Leader to provide continual risk assessment, development of comprehensive policies and procedures, compliance training, protocols, internal investigations, providing regulatory reviews and opinions and auditing and monitoring. As the Vice Chairperson of the Hospital Ethics and Compliance Committee, oversees the organizational process to ensure adequate regulatory process and policy development and dissemination to comply with regulatory requirements. Coordinates the development, maintenance, implementation, and revision of policies, process and procedures and other documents for the operation of the compliance program. Develops compliance training materials and performs compliance training throughout MCHS under the direction of the Leader. Ensures reported issues and/or concerns are identified, investigated, and resolved. Develops corrective action plans as appropriate. Monitors the day to day compliance activities of MCHS and maintains the electronic tracking system for compliance matters. Analyzes statistical data and reports to identify and determine compliance issues. Performs compliance audits for the purpose of monitoring processes and detecting noncompliance, including coordinating audit activities and responses with external counsel as needed. Prepares audit reports and makes recommendations to the Leader and management based on findings. Prepares periodic reports for management and the Audit and Compliance Committee of the Board of Directors. Regularly assesses the Compliance Program, performs compliance risk assessments and recommends appropriate actions as necessary. Develops and implements MCHS's compliance work plans and assist Leader in establishing and maintaining departmental goals and objectives. Performs legal/regulatory research and drafts legal memoranda as needed. Reviews and updates MCHS's Code of Conduct, compliance and hospital policies, contracts and other compliance related materials to ensure it is current and relevant with all applicable federal, state, and industry laws, regulations, and standards in providing guidance to management and employees. Serves as a contact person for reports of concerns or potential compliance issues. Confers with management staff to identify and correct potential areas of noncompliance and anticipate future compliance requirements. Brings all reported issues to the attention of the Leader. Provides advice and counsel to hospital leadership and hospital departments regarding federal and state regulations and carrying out polices in accordance with those regulations. Serves as a Vice-Chair of the Hospital Ethics and Compliance Committee and assist hospital leadership with bioethics issues including regulatory and statutory framework for bioethical decision making. Law Degree from an accredited US law school is essential. Must have 4+ years of experience as a practicing attorney, private practice or in-house experience in health care law and/or compliance. certification required within a year in position is essential. Licensed attorney in a U.S. jurisdiction is essential. Florida Bar preferred. Excellent computer, office automation and word processing skills is essential. Excellent communication skills both verbally and in writing is essential.
 
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Corporate And Compliance Counsel
Refer job# FDXT141695
 
Corporate and Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for drafting and negotiating a wide variety of contracts and generally supporting the legal and compliance needs of a fast-growing medical device company. Will be required to work cross-functionally among all departments and interact with a wide variety of business stakeholders, including company Managers and VPs. Draft and negotiate a wide range of contracts, including purchase agreements, confidentiality agreements, consulting agreements, HIPAA business associate agreements, clinical trial agreements, educational grant agreements, development and supply agreements and various vendor services agreements. Support and maintain of firm's HCP expenditure and payment reports as required under the Federal Physician Payment Act (Sunshine Act) and state laws. Identify legal and business risks and advise firm's internal clients on contract interpretation, regulatory compliance (including Sunshine Act, Anti-Kickback statute and False Claims Act), anti-bribery laws and other legal risks. Manage firm's Data Privacy Program (GDPR, HIPAA, and state laws). Support HR on employment issues, including candidate recruitment and restrictive employment covenants. Assist with the development of Company policies and procedures. Implement and oversee an efficient and effective contracts management system, including an approval and negotiation process that complies with appropriate controls and procedures.

The candidate should have JD degree from an ABA accredited law school. Must have 2 years of legal and contracts experience, preferably in the life sciences industry. Must have strong written, verbal and organizational skills. Must have strong MS Office skills MS Word, Outlook and PowerPoint. Must have experience with contract management systems. Familiarity with SalesForce.com, Doc-u-sign, and X-Author preferred. Must have experience identifying legal and business risks to ensure compliance with legal department requirements and company policy. Must have experience working cross-functionally with internal customers from Finance, Marketing, Sales, Operations, R&D and HR. Must have experience negotiating contracts with vendors, hospital systems, healthcare providers and group purchasing organizations.
 
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Director, Compliance Counsel
Refer job# DBSU141638
 
Director, Compliance Counsel The candidate supports the compliance function and is responsible for assisting in the development, execution and continuous improvement of the compliance program to ensure compliance with all applicable standards, laws, and regulations, including the U.S. Anti-Kickback Statutes, the False Claims Act, the Stark Laws, the Sunshine Act (Open Payments), the FCPA and HIPAA. Supports the Chief Compliance Officer with respect to commercial legal and compliance matters and activities as well as other Legal projects as needed. Monitors activity to help ensure compliance with PhRMA Code with respect to HCP interactions. Provide advice and training to employees of the Company on the health care compliance program using a solid understanding of U.S. pharmaceutical laws, including regulatory and compliance issues and laws pertaining to interactions with healthcare providers. Provide legal support for wide range of commercial and medical affairs activities related to product launch and ongoing promotion of pharmaceutical products. Provide legal guidance to Promotional Review Committee. Provide legal guidance to Medical Review Committee. Provide legal guidance to Grants Committee. Stay current on applicable law, regulation, and practice and communicating senior management apprised of current developments.

The candidate should have BA/BS degree and JD degree. Should have 3-5 years of commercial compliance experience, including prior in-house experience with a biotech/pharmaceutical company. A solid understanding of U.S. pharmaceutical laws, including regulatory and compliance issues needed. A solid understanding of laws pertaining to interactions with healthcare providers (Anti-Kickback, False Claims etc.) essential.
 
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AVP, Associate General Counsel, Legal and Compliance Group
Refer job# UIPF141619
 
AVP, Associate General Counsel, Legal and Compliance Group The candidate will provide legal assistance to the Programs Division, focusing on Casualty, Property and Inland Marine, and Professional lines of business. It will provide day-to-day support for the business, including product development, and related compliance support on surplus lines and admitted business. The lines of business include : Commercial General Liability (including primary, umbrella and excess), Commercial Automobile Liability, Property and Inland Marine, Directors & Officers Liability, Errors & Omissions Liability, and Cyber Liability. Serve as legal counsel to underwriters by providing advice and guidance regarding policy interpretation, claim trends and insurance laws and regulations. Develop and draft/revise a variety of documents, including new insurance policies, endorsements, applications and related materials. Support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes and assist in the development and implementation of company policies and procedures. Aid underwriters in responding to coverage requests. Prepare responses to state insurance departments regarding objections to filed policies and endorsements. Apprise underwriters of judicial and legislative developments affecting their lines of business. Should have Law degree and admission in at least one state. Must have 2-4 years legal experience. In-house or law firm insurance coverage experience required. Product development and coverage issues experience required. Ability to work independently and meet short deadlines is required. Should have strong analytical and technical skill sets. Should have the ability to quickly understand key business issues and operational objectives.
 
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State Deputy General Counsel And Compliance Director
Refer job# RQUN141540
 
State Deputy General Counsel and Compliance Director The candidate will be responsible for identifying, mitigating and managing legal strategies to protect and advance the mission and business of company. The SDGC provides support and advice to ensure compliance with all applicable local, state and federal laws. Under the direction of the Regional Deputy General Counsel (RDGC) collaborates with Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) legal and/or outside counsel, interprets statutes and administrative rules applicable to company operations, with a special emphasis in public affairs and employment law. Provides support and advice to company and its ancillary organizations. Serves on the company Executive Leadership Team. Under the supervision of the RDGC, the SDGC also has a dotted reporting line to company s Board of Directors. Provide advice on legal and regulatory matters relating to business activities and on compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Conduct or direct research and provide interpretation of laws relating to organizational activities and mission. Draft and review contracts with a view to minimizing legal and financial exposure for the organization and while ensuring regulatory compliance. Ensure the maintenance of a document storage, retrieval and management system. Support and advance the central system which includes contracts, leases, policies/procedures, and corporate documents. Assist in the development and implementation of policies and procedures. Provide employment law counsel, as needed. Direct or oversee investigations surfaced within the organization. In consultation with the RDGC, serve as a liaison between local staff members and Executive Leadership in accordance with the whistle-blower policy and organizational Code of Integrity. Provide support and advice to public policy staff as requested. Work to ensure compliance with all laws and regulations relating to work of the 501(c)(4) entities and support and oversee the practices required to ensure the 501(c)(4) activities' separation from the 501(c)(3) activities. Assist in development and/or revision of policies and procedures for the organization. Coordinate legal activities with PPFA and outside legal counsel, as directed. Implement legal and compliance workplans and manage administrative duties, as needed and requested. Participate in leadership meetings, as needed and provide education and training to staff, as requested. Operate at the highest ethical level, ensuring compliance with applicable laws, regulations and reporting requirements. Ensure proper representation for PPHeartland, in the event the RDGC is unable to advise on a specific matter.

The candidate should have Law Degree and is licensed to practice law in the state of Iowa. Eligibility for registration as in-house counsel in Nebraska is required. Should have 5 years experience in the practice of law Experience in both employment law and public affairs/C (4) rules and regulations required.
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# ANHE141514
 
Compliance Counsel The candidate will assist in the design and implementation of company-wide compliance programs and initiatives. Will advise on strategic response to legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, including in the areas of political activities and ethics, anti-corruption, global trade, and environmental, health and safety. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes and training. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations, risk assessments, and audits. Actively collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as Public Policy, Product Teams, Human Resources, and Finance, to coordinate compliance programs and initiatives. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives. Must have Juris Doctorate degree with membership in one U.S. state Bar. Must have 3+ years of attorney experience, including in-house experience and/or at a law firm. Interpersonal experience and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality is preferred.
 
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Compliance Counsel
Refer job# LNXG141515
 
Compliance Counsel The candidate will assist in the design and implementation of company-wide compliance programs and initiatives. Will advise on strategic response to legal and regulatory compliance matters across the company, including in the areas of political activities and ethics, anti-corruption, global trade, and environmental, health and safety. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes and training. Manage and conduct internal compliance investigations, risk assessments, and audits. Actively collaborate with cross-functional teams, such as Public Policy, Product Teams, Human Resources, and Finance, to coordinate compliance programs and initiatives. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives. Must have Juris Doctorate degree with membership in at least one U.S. state Bar. Must have 3+ years of attorney experience, including in-house experience and/or at a law firm. Interpersonal experience and a commitment to professionalism and collegiality is preferred.
 
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Senior Managing Counsel, Franchise, Public Policy, Compliance And New Customer Types
Refer job# EZTA141534
 
Senior Managing Counsel, Franchise, Public Policy, Compliance and New Customer Types The candidate will have overall responsibility for providing legal expertise and guidance supporting the following business units which are based both in the center and across the five company regions: Franchise Core; Franchise Innovation; Franchise Customer Engagement and Performance; Franchise Dispute Resolution Management; Franchise Architecture and Standards. This role will jointly report into the General Counsel, Global Businesses and the Chief Franchise Officer. As a member of the Franchise Management Team, this leader will have full accountability for supporting healthy business growth by detecting, preventing and remediating undue risk. The candidate must demonstrate sound business and legal judgement, thrive in a fast-paced environment, with a diverse workload, and have a proven track record of providing pragmatic and proactive legal advice. In addition this role will also provide legal support to Public Policy, Compliance and new customer types, primarily corporations, governments and merchants. The majority of support will be for the Franchise organization. Duties: Serving as the Franchise liaison in working with legal colleagues throughout the company (e.g. product, sales, regulatory, litigation, etc.); Ensure strong communication/collaboration with Regional Counsel teams; Guidance around MA s standards/requirements (e.g. rules interpretation/compliance, modifications to existing rules, creation of new rules, etc.); Ensuring alignment in terms of the applicability of the standards relative to the business models of customers and other stakeholders; Understanding the effects of regulation on our Franchise and how the rules have evolved to manage the effects while maintaining a globally interoperable system. Providing legal support for customer compliance enforcement actions. Work with Franchise Regional Leads in providing guidance for defining standards, requirements and outcomes and ensure regional/global strategic alignment of new and existing rules and strategies to drive long-term business growth and preserve the value and integrity of company's brand. Guidance for addressing subpoenas, referrals and requests coming from law enforcement, regulatory agencies and other government entities. Support efforts to effectively manage account data compromise events including subpoenas, appeals of ADC cases and litigation or litigation prevention. Support for the licensing/customer onboarding process includes legal management of the licensing agreement and supporting documentation. Support for Franchise s ancillary management programs such as Service Provider Registration, Prepaid Program Approval, Card Design Approval and others. Guidance for addressing new payment/data flows from a Franchise management perspective (i.e. licensing, standards, dispute resolution management, etc.). Represent Franchise on applicable internal steercos, committees, working groups, etc. As lead lawyer for other groups within Law and Franchise Integrity, provide some legal support to Public Policy, Compliance and new customer types.

The candidate should have law degree from a top-tier university. Must have professional experience in general commercial legal matters in a reputable international law firm and/or as in-house lawyer for a multinational company, preferably in the financial services, banking or technology sector; Experience/knowledge of franchise management and operations a plus. ust demonstrate strong leadership skills. Must have a strategic mindset and be able to effectively discuss with and advise executive level management regarding complex legal matters and challenging situations.
 
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