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Corporate Counsel, Devices Compliance

Sunnyvale CA Corporate Counsel, Devices Compliance The Candidate will be responsible to serve as the primary compliance counsel for various product lines and throughout each product's life cycle. Provide guidance on regulatory certifications, environmental compliance, product safety and regulatory markings as part of the product development process. Interact regularly with international teams, and work with local counsels on cutting-edge legal issues, international regulations and pre-litigation disputes and inquiries.

The candidate should have strong academic credentials including a J.D. degree from a top law school and active membership in one state bar with 5+ years as a licensed attorney as a litigation or regulatory counsel. In-house experience in regulatory or compliance matters. Experience related to environmental compliance is a plus. Ability to work independently while contributing successfully to cross-functional teams. Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through and meet deadlines. Strong written and oral communication, analytical, and computer skills.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-16

Corporate Counsel, Regulatory Compliance

Englewood CO Corporate Counsel, Regulatory Compliance Candidate will have experience in regulatory and compliance fields. Provide advice on legal, regulatory and compliance matters to leaders in operations, human capital, and finance organizations. Advise the business and support compliance initiatives in healthcare, telemarketing, do not call, collections, and other consumer protection legislation arenas, domestically and outside of the United States. Support the business in established and emerging healthcare lines of business, including payor and provider, managed care, insurance producer, Pharmacy Benefits Manager, and medical device. Assist contract attorneys and solution professionals with review and negotiation of regulatory and compliance terms in client contracts, business associate agreements and data protection agreements. Assist in investigations of potential privacy, security and information security incidents and advise business on risk mitigation, contractual obligations, and data breach reporting obligations. Assist with the development and implementation of other compliance initiatives, policies and procedures relevant to business.

Candidate should have a JD from an accredited law school, graduating in the top half of the class. Must be a licensed attorney in at least one jurisdiction where company does business in the United States. Should have 5+ years of legal experience in regulatory law with a focus on healthcare and privacy. Must have working knowledge of U.S. federal and state healthcare law; including practical and recent experience in healthcare licensing, insurance producer regulations, the Medicare Marketing Rule and Medicare Fraud, Waste and Abuse. Working knowledge of U.S. privacy laws and experience, or ability to learn various international privacy regimes. Experience with HIPAA, CCPA and other state privacy mandates; and with GDPR and similar international frameworks. Exposure to at least one regulatory framework beyond healthcare, such as financial services, direct marketing (e.g., TCPA), FDCPA and similar state level initiatives or gaming is preferred. Strong drafting skills focused on a balanced risk approach aimed at getting right deals done on right terms.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-11

Legal Counsel, Employment & Compliance

Solon OH Legal Counsel, Employment & Compliance The candidate will provide pragmatic advice and support to the Human Resources team and business on all aspects and stages of the employment relationship. Guide, design, review, and support HR policies, guidelines, and best practices. Manage internal investigations relating to employment-related matters, including investigations stemming from the Ethics Hotline. Monitor and provide research, guidance, and advice regarding a range of labor and employment laws and regulations, including Title VII, ADA, FMLA, FLSA, NLRA, OSHA, HIPAA, ERISA, and data privacy. Manage outside counsel with respect to unemployment claims, subpoenas, immigration, and discovery. Aid in the management of employment-related litigation holds. Support employment-related federal contractor obligations (e.g., Affirmative Action Plans). Assist with the development and delivery of compliance and Human Resources trainings and programs. Assist with employment-related due diligence and determination of risks in acquisitions. Assist with drafting and review of employment-related agreements, including temporary agency and contractor agreements, severance agreements, and employment agreements. Participate in Legal and HR initiatives and projects.

The candidate should have a JD and admitted to the bar in the State of Ohio. Four to nine(4-9) years of labor and employment law experience at a law firm and/or in-house. A combination of law firm and in-house experience is preferred. Advanced understanding of federal and Ohio employment laws. Works collaboratively with all internal functions, internal clients, and external counsel. Ability to work with non-legal business teams will be crucial. Must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of an organization. Should be comfortable working independently and as part of a team. Organized and able to handle and prioritize multiple, complex matters successfully with a minimum level of supervision. Strong ability to recognize issues and provide practical and compliant solutions. Ability to traverse between multiple locations in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Occasional international travel may also be required. Ability to safely and successfully perform the essential functions of the job consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local laws, including meeting qualitative and/or quantitative productivity standards. Ability to maintain regular, punctual attendance consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state, and local laws. This role requires a pro-active and practical attorney with strong expertise in U.S. and Ohio employment laws, and the ability to work closely with local counsel regarding employment matters outside of the U.S.
Legal 4 - 9 Full-time 2021-01-11

Vp, Assistant General Counsel, Litigation, Compliance & Employment

Charlotte NC VP, Assistant General Counsel, Litigation, Compliance & Employment Responsibilities: Managing the Company's global litigation, claims, disputes, regulatory and government, agency, administrative or internal investigative matters and risk assessments, and working strategically with outside counsel, internal legal teams and the business to minimize litigation and legal risks while maximizing positive outcomes, with a particular focus on product liability, commercial, general liability, employment, intellectual property and other company litigation. Managing the Company's ethics and compliance programs and initiatives and its compliance administered policies, processes, and procedures, including enhancing and driving continuous improvement of applicable internal controls, practices and training. Managing the Company's labor and employment legal team and its provision of practical and strategic advice and guidance relating to the labor and employment related issues Conduct and manage litigation, ethics and compliance and labor and employment related due diligence in connection with potential strategic transactions. Working closely with finance, corporate communications and investor relations teams to advise on applicable disclosures, communications and company practices. Collaborating with internal stakeholders at all levels to effectively minimize legal and reputational risks, develop appropriate mitigation strategies and support and assist in the achievement of the Company's business and strategic objectives. Managing the Company's legal matter management and legal billing systems while driving continuous improvement of its legal and litigation processes and protocols, including e-discovery, law firm and billing analytics and related tools or systems. Provide strategic guidance and support on special projects to the GC and executive and business leaders.

Qualifications: BS/BA Degree from an accredited college/university. JD Degree from a national accredited law school. Admission in good standing to a state bar of any jurisdiction in the U.S. and actively licensed to practice law accordingly. 12+ years of litigation, compliance and legal experience, ideally gained through a combination of large law firm and in-house roles. Prior experience in the chemicals, manufacturing or diversified industrial markets in a large global company. Prior leadership experience managing a small team of legal professionals. Prior experience serving as a trusted advisor to executive leadership teams and senior business leaders, with a proven ability to guide them through sophisticated litigation, compliance, legal, business and other matters. Prior experience managing a broad range of litigation matters including commercial, product liability, employment, and intellectual property. Prior experience conducting ethics, compliance, workforce or other sensitive internal investigations and managing any government, agency, administrative, regulatory or applicable inquiries or investigations. Demonstrated business acumen, strong analytical skills, and the ability to grasp important business, legal, and financial issues facing the Company. Outstanding interpersonal and leadership skills, with the ability to build strong relationships across functions and to communicate effectively with senior business leaders, as well as other professionals and colleagues at all levels of an organization. Highly creative and strategic mindset and approach to litigation,; anticipating future business, competitive, and legal risks and looking for creative solutions and opportunities. Exceptional judgment and ability to quickly assess business challenges, make timely, pragmatic recommendations under pressure, and identify, prioritize, and resolve issues quickly and independently. Ability to thrive in a dynamic, innovative, and highly-matrixed corporate organization.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-09

Corporate Counsel - Liquor Licensing & Compliance

Philadelphia PA Corporate Counsel - Liquor Licensing & Compliance Responsibilities: Work on a diverse range of licensing matters across the United States, including licensing, acquisitions, compliance, strategy, and regulatory affairs; Coordinate with outside counsel and internal stakeholders regarding licensing matters; Manage the licensing and compliance teams to execute, manage and track the licensing process from application to issuance, as well as ongoing license maintenance; Research and evaluate different risk factors regarding business decisions and operations.

Qualifications Must be in good standing and be admitted to a U.S. state bar; Only seeking candidates with 5+ years' experience with 1+ year of in-house work required; Experience with liquor licensing and compliance; Ability to prioritize, remain organized, and execute effectively within a fast paced, team-oriented environment; A detail-oriented, self-starter attitude with the ability to think critically and exercise independent judgment; Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization; Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships across the organization's various departments.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-09

Assistant General Counsel And Director Of Government Affairs Compliance

Philadelphia PA Assistant General Counsel and Director of Government Affairs Compliance Duties: Develop, implement and monitor government affairs compliance policies and programs, including requirements relating to diverse supplier / MWBE, government contracts, the False Claims Act, federal contracts / FAR, state and local requirements, federal and state lobbying, political contributions, pay-to-play laws, gifts and entertainment, conflicts of interest, and anti-corruption / FCPA. Advise and educate business on government affairs compliance matters. Work closely with sales, legal colleagues, supply chain, and operations personnel to review and provide advice on requests for proposals and bid responses. Manage Aramark PAC and registration and reporting requirements for federal and state lobbyists. Draft and negotiate complex customer, supplier and partnership agreements. Interpret contracts and advise clients on discrete contractual questions and commercial disputes relating to government affairs issues. Manage internal investigations and responses to government inquiries. Manage outside counsel and oversee their work. Mentor and develop legal and compliance professionals. Travel as needed (5%).

Qualifications: Should have excellent written and oral communication skills, the preferred candidate will demonstrate strong analytical ability and initiative, and both interpersonal skills and client-service skills consistent with the highest professional standards. A seasoned and effective lawyer. Demonstrates a high degree of client acceptability, with a high level of confidence exhibited in client interactions. Possesses excellent client-service skills and an ability to interact with and effectively advise senior business leaders. Executive presence. Demonstrates the ability to establish credibility at senior organizational levels and win respect from all organizational levels with the ability to influence indirectly. In key client interactions, presents ideas logically, assertively and effectively. Facilitates consensus and uses it effectively to resolve conflict and overcome resistance. Strong and effective judgment. Thinks logically and exercises well-developed and independent judgment to produce creative and constructive solutions under pressure. Demonstrates experienced and seasoned strategic and analytic approach to solving clients ? legal needs. Demonstrates professional and personal ethics and integrity. High-level creative and pragmatic problem solver. Handles and brings complex and sophisticated legal matters to a successful conclusion with minimal supervision. Can resolve, or lead the resolution of, critical legal issues faced by Aramark's businesses with a focus on identifying and adding enterprise value. High level of industry. Shows a self-reliant work ethic and a high level of productivity and efficiency. Solid, self-assured leader. Demonstrates effective leadership skills, including strong focus on managing and developing team members. Strong communicator and collaborator. Communicates and collaborates effectively and skillfully with colleagues and clients, both orally and in writing. A J.D. with excellent academic credentials. Must have 5+ years ? experience in a top law firm, sophisticated corporate legal department and/or regulatory agency. Current Pennsylvania bar admission or admission in another jurisdiction with the ability and interest in becoming licensed to practice in Pennsylvania.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-08

Vice President, Compliance And General Counsel

Sparks NV Vice President, Compliance and General Counsel Duties: Reporting to the Executive Vice President, responsible for the Company's global legal affairs and compliance for the Company's products. Will build the legal and compliance teams that you will manage. Primary practice areas include software product compliance, contracts, financial services, intellectual property, and mergers and acquisitions. Anticipate legal issues and identify proactive solutions to eliminate or mitigate risks. Develop and implement compliance training and educational programs to improve the Company's understanding of related laws and regulatory requirements. Oversee the delivery of legal services and resources across departments to accomplish organizational goals, strategies, and priorities. Oversee and manage product compliance efforts. Lead the legal and compliance department through a multi-product launch and participate in product and cross-functional development throughout the lifecycle of these initiatives. Guide legal aspects of business development and work closely with ecosystem participants that use the Company's technology platform. Compliance Responsibilities Implement a strategy for product development to foster innovation while maintaining compliance and mitigating potential risk. Review new and existing products to manage compliance with global laws, regulations, and best practices, particularly AML/KYC, money-services business regulation under the Bank Secrecy Act, OFAC regulations, and broker-dealer registration. Develop and execute a compliance strategy, including all necessary policies and procedures, to ensure the Company conducts its operations in compliance with all applicable rules, regulations, laws, and best practices. Lead response, investigation, analysis, and applicable corrective action pertaining to any compliance matter. Perform compliance audits to evaluate compliance with applicable laws and regulations, report to company leadership, and advise on and implement any necessary corrective action. Oversee the annual development of a risk assessment and annual compliance work plan that identifies the organization's unique characteristics and areas of regulatory risk, with a focus on the Company's products, and set forth a risk mitigation plan that will be implemented by the organization. Work closely with product and engineering teams to provide pragmatic and actionable advice and to ensure that all product offerings are properly designed, registered, licensed, and operated. Monitor compliance activities within all departments and collaborate with department heads to identify trends in noncompliance; including determining compliance metrics and establishing a system for real-time tracking and reporting. Ensure all relevant departments are educated on intellectual property protection strategies and manage the Company's intellectual property portfolio. Lead Company's data and privacy initiatives to comply with global data and privacy regulations through advice and implementation with IT and engineering teams. Advise the government relations department on legislative and regulatory initiatives. Maintain and support a culture of legal compliance. Keep abreast of legal and compliance developments, particularly those impacting the blockchain, cryptocurrency, custody, and identity industries at the global, federal, and state levels. Analyze key legal developments and educate leadership on new legislative or regulatory changes that may impact the Company. Translate global, federal, and state laws governing the Company's technology platform into technical and operational legal requirements, auditing functions, reporting, and mitigation tactics. Draft contracts, policies, and related documents, including privacy policies, terms of use/service, software licensing (including proficiency in open source licenses), data sharing, employment, joint ventures, partnerships and vendor agreements, intellectual property licensing, NDAs, and LOIs. Negotiate and document complex corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions. Oversee all aspects of the Company's legal and compliance functions and build a team as the Company needs to grow. Establish a relationship with current and future members of the legal and compliance team, maintain regular interaction, and provide consistent support to each member. Provide counsel and assistance on ethical situations and crisis management. Select and oversee outside counsel law firms and manage departmental spending. Create an annual departmental budget and prepare and provide reports for regular briefings with EVP and CEO.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school and 7-10 years of legal and compliance experience, with 5+ years in-house experience and 5 years leading a compliance department. Experience bringing software products to market for a technology company is strongly preferred. Must have strong initiative, communication, and management skills while having deep knowledge and understanding of the laws and regulations applicable to our operations. The ideal candidate will have skill sets that can successfully navigate the Company through a myriad of initiatives. Will have a proven track record of making sound and prudent legal decisions; while being a team player with outstanding advocacy and people skills. Will have strong business judgment, the ability to persuade, outstanding leadership qualities, and integrity. Will have an in-depth understanding and appreciation for how legal and compliance operations impact emerging technology companies, along with an understanding of the balance between accomplishing business objectives and mitigating risks throughout the product development, launch, and operation processes. Have experience working at the intersection of financial services and technology with a deep understanding of the Bank Secrecy Act and OFAC regulations. Multi-task effectively and organize workflow based on the Company's priorities.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2021-01-08

Attorney - Laboratory Services And Billing Compliance

Waltham MA Attorney - Laboratory Services and Billing Compliance Responsibilities: Primary role and responsibilities will be the provision of day-to-day counsel to the PKIG on general commercial and compliance matters. This position may also be tasked with providing legal support to other Dx and Company corporate functions, such as support for Company s Data Protection structure. Collaborate with business partners at all levels of management to effectively balance minimizing legal risk while enabling execution of business strategic objectives. Draft, review and negotiate a variety of commercial agreements, including, laboratory service agreements, licensing, research and development, software services, confidentiality, material transfer, clinical study, professional services, and general customer and supplier agreements. Advise on legal risks and liabilities associated with different business transactions. Provide assistance with merger and acquisition activities, including performing due diligence, as assigned or requested. Create, improve and/or update form agreements and processes to improve aspects of contracting procedures and ensure alignment of contract terms with Company policies and standards. Create, improve and/or update compliance policies and procedures, and trainings to improve transparency and ensure business understanding and compliance with Company policies and standards, and applicable law and regulation. Additional legal responsibilities as knowledge of the Dx business and legal skills evolve. Perform other related duties, as assigned or requested.

Qualification: 3+ years of experience in regulatory/commercial/corporate experience required. Experience collaborating with management teams and advising clients in structuring business transactions, with experience in drafting commercial agreements strongly preferred. JD from an ABA-accredited law school. Admittance to Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, or other applicable state bar. Preferred Qualification: Prior in-house experience is a plus. Experience with government health insurance programs and billing. Ability to determine risk exposure and advise the business in a practical. Experience with government health insurance programs and billing strongly desired. Ability to determine risk exposure and advise the business in a practical manner, balancing legal risks with business needs. Excellent negotiator with strong influencing skills. Strong project and process management skills, with the ability to prioritize and handle multiple projects, as well as a wide range of tasks. Outstanding interpersonal skills, including the ability to work effectively with others and to foster a climate of goodwill and cooperation. Strong project and process management skills, with the ability to prioritize and handle multiple projects, as well as a wide range of task.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-07

Regulatory And Compliance Attorney

Grand Prairie TX Regulatory and Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for monitoring corporate compliance and providing legal counsel to the General Counsel and company executives on a range of issues including, but not limited to: Environmental issues including permitting for air quality and water quality. Compliance with regulatory and safety codes, Government Relations. Risk management, risk assement and loss prevention. Should have A law degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Admitted to practice, or reasonable expectation of being able to obtain admission to practice, in at least one of the following states: Texas, Minnesota, Nevada, or South Carolina. At least 5 years experiencing practicing law. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-07

Compliance Officer And/or General Counsel

Aiea HI Compliance Officer and/or General Counsel Duties: Oversee the Corporate Compliance Program, and provide legal support to the Company. Ensures management and employees are in compliance with the rules and regulations of regulatory agencies, company policies and procedures are being followed, and behavior in the organization meets Company and regulatory compliance standards. May support the company by providing legal focus and oversight on transactions. Drafting and negotiating confidentiality agreements for situations in which the company provides confidential information and in which the company receives confidential information. Review and negotiate proposals, letters of intent with respect to proposed transactions, and will provide input on the decision whether to send matters to outside counsel and assist in the oversight of outside counsel as necessary. Will be responsible for assisting management on all corporate, legal and regulatory matters, including: General contracts, leases, Third party agreements, vendor supplier relationships. Management of external counsel and general litigation. Employment law, contracts, claims, devising company policies.

Qualifications: Law degree highly preferred. 5+ years' experience in a healthcare organization, to include demonstrated leadership and project management. Familiarity with medical laboratory regulations, operational, financial, quality assurance, and human resource procedures and regulations is a must. Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines. Experience developing and delivering effective training programs to all levels of an organization. Computer experience required with working knowledge of Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Successfully pass Company pre-employment drug test and periodic and random thereafter. Effective verbal and written communication skills in English including communication skills by telephone, excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, and computer literacy required. Ability to supervise/manager one administrative personnel Demonstrated and proven ability/experience in accomplishments in all of our five core values: Proven ability to complete tasks with excellence. Demonstrated ability to be committed to the company, team and job. Demonstrated ability to work effectively within a team. Proven desire to work in the healthcare field by demonstrating care of others as expressed in various ways including professionalism. Proven ability to provide exceptional customer service to internal and external customers.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-01-07
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Corporate Counsel, Devices Compliance
Refer job# CEHM154567
 
Corporate Counsel, Devices Compliance The Candidate will be responsible to serve as the primary compliance counsel for various product lines and throughout each product's life cycle. Provide guidance on regulatory certifications, environmental compliance, product safety and regulatory markings as part of the product development process. Interact regularly with international teams, and work with local counsels on cutting-edge legal issues, international regulations and pre-litigation disputes and inquiries.

The candidate should have strong academic credentials including a J.D. degree from a top law school and active membership in one state bar with 5+ years as a licensed attorney as a litigation or regulatory counsel. In-house experience in regulatory or compliance matters. Experience related to environmental compliance is a plus. Ability to work independently while contributing successfully to cross-functional teams. Excellent organizational skills, ability to manage multiple projects at once, follow through and meet deadlines. Strong written and oral communication, analytical, and computer skills.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Regulatory Compliance
Refer job# EGNL154489
 
Corporate Counsel, Regulatory Compliance Candidate will have experience in regulatory and compliance fields. Provide advice on legal, regulatory and compliance matters to leaders in operations, human capital, and finance organizations. Advise the business and support compliance initiatives in healthcare, telemarketing, do not call, collections, and other consumer protection legislation arenas, domestically and outside of the United States. Support the business in established and emerging healthcare lines of business, including payor and provider, managed care, insurance producer, Pharmacy Benefits Manager, and medical device. Assist contract attorneys and solution professionals with review and negotiation of regulatory and compliance terms in client contracts, business associate agreements and data protection agreements. Assist in investigations of potential privacy, security and information security incidents and advise business on risk mitigation, contractual obligations, and data breach reporting obligations. Assist with the development and implementation of other compliance initiatives, policies and procedures relevant to business.

Candidate should have a JD from an accredited law school, graduating in the top half of the class. Must be a licensed attorney in at least one jurisdiction where company does business in the United States. Should have 5+ years of legal experience in regulatory law with a focus on healthcare and privacy. Must have working knowledge of U.S. federal and state healthcare law; including practical and recent experience in healthcare licensing, insurance producer regulations, the Medicare Marketing Rule and Medicare Fraud, Waste and Abuse. Working knowledge of U.S. privacy laws and experience, or ability to learn various international privacy regimes. Experience with HIPAA, CCPA and other state privacy mandates; and with GDPR and similar international frameworks. Exposure to at least one regulatory framework beyond healthcare, such as financial services, direct marketing (e.g., TCPA), FDCPA and similar state level initiatives or gaming is preferred. Strong drafting skills focused on a balanced risk approach aimed at getting right deals done on right terms.
 
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Legal Counsel, Employment & Compliance
Refer job# PQFZ154490
 
Legal Counsel, Employment & Compliance The candidate will provide pragmatic advice and support to the Human Resources team and business on all aspects and stages of the employment relationship. Guide, design, review, and support HR policies, guidelines, and best practices. Manage internal investigations relating to employment-related matters, including investigations stemming from the Ethics Hotline. Monitor and provide research, guidance, and advice regarding a range of labor and employment laws and regulations, including Title VII, ADA, FMLA, FLSA, NLRA, OSHA, HIPAA, ERISA, and data privacy. Manage outside counsel with respect to unemployment claims, subpoenas, immigration, and discovery. Aid in the management of employment-related litigation holds. Support employment-related federal contractor obligations (e.g., Affirmative Action Plans). Assist with the development and delivery of compliance and Human Resources trainings and programs. Assist with employment-related due diligence and determination of risks in acquisitions. Assist with drafting and review of employment-related agreements, including temporary agency and contractor agreements, severance agreements, and employment agreements. Participate in Legal and HR initiatives and projects.

The candidate should have a JD and admitted to the bar in the State of Ohio. Four to nine(4-9) years of labor and employment law experience at a law firm and/or in-house. A combination of law firm and in-house experience is preferred. Advanced understanding of federal and Ohio employment laws. Works collaboratively with all internal functions, internal clients, and external counsel. Ability to work with non-legal business teams will be crucial. Must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of an organization. Should be comfortable working independently and as part of a team. Organized and able to handle and prioritize multiple, complex matters successfully with a minimum level of supervision. Strong ability to recognize issues and provide practical and compliant solutions. Ability to traverse between multiple locations in Ohio and Pennsylvania. Occasional international travel may also be required. Ability to safely and successfully perform the essential functions of the job consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local laws, including meeting qualitative and/or quantitative productivity standards. Ability to maintain regular, punctual attendance consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state, and local laws. This role requires a pro-active and practical attorney with strong expertise in U.S. and Ohio employment laws, and the ability to work closely with local counsel regarding employment matters outside of the U.S.
 
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Vp, Assistant General Counsel, Litigation, Compliance & Employment
Refer job# WSQR154439
 
VP, Assistant General Counsel, Litigation, Compliance & Employment Responsibilities: Managing the Company's global litigation, claims, disputes, regulatory and government, agency, administrative or internal investigative matters and risk assessments, and working strategically with outside counsel, internal legal teams and the business to minimize litigation and legal risks while maximizing positive outcomes, with a particular focus on product liability, commercial, general liability, employment, intellectual property and other company litigation. Managing the Company's ethics and compliance programs and initiatives and its compliance administered policies, processes, and procedures, including enhancing and driving continuous improvement of applicable internal controls, practices and training. Managing the Company's labor and employment legal team and its provision of practical and strategic advice and guidance relating to the labor and employment related issues Conduct and manage litigation, ethics and compliance and labor and employment related due diligence in connection with potential strategic transactions. Working closely with finance, corporate communications and investor relations teams to advise on applicable disclosures, communications and company practices. Collaborating with internal stakeholders at all levels to effectively minimize legal and reputational risks, develop appropriate mitigation strategies and support and assist in the achievement of the Company's business and strategic objectives. Managing the Company's legal matter management and legal billing systems while driving continuous improvement of its legal and litigation processes and protocols, including e-discovery, law firm and billing analytics and related tools or systems. Provide strategic guidance and support on special projects to the GC and executive and business leaders.

Qualifications: BS/BA Degree from an accredited college/university. JD Degree from a national accredited law school. Admission in good standing to a state bar of any jurisdiction in the U.S. and actively licensed to practice law accordingly. 12+ years of litigation, compliance and legal experience, ideally gained through a combination of large law firm and in-house roles. Prior experience in the chemicals, manufacturing or diversified industrial markets in a large global company. Prior leadership experience managing a small team of legal professionals. Prior experience serving as a trusted advisor to executive leadership teams and senior business leaders, with a proven ability to guide them through sophisticated litigation, compliance, legal, business and other matters. Prior experience managing a broad range of litigation matters including commercial, product liability, employment, and intellectual property. Prior experience conducting ethics, compliance, workforce or other sensitive internal investigations and managing any government, agency, administrative, regulatory or applicable inquiries or investigations. Demonstrated business acumen, strong analytical skills, and the ability to grasp important business, legal, and financial issues facing the Company. Outstanding interpersonal and leadership skills, with the ability to build strong relationships across functions and to communicate effectively with senior business leaders, as well as other professionals and colleagues at all levels of an organization. Highly creative and strategic mindset and approach to litigation,; anticipating future business, competitive, and legal risks and looking for creative solutions and opportunities. Exceptional judgment and ability to quickly assess business challenges, make timely, pragmatic recommendations under pressure, and identify, prioritize, and resolve issues quickly and independently. Ability to thrive in a dynamic, innovative, and highly-matrixed corporate organization.
 
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Corporate Counsel - Liquor Licensing & Compliance
Refer job# QWXV154468
 
Corporate Counsel - Liquor Licensing & Compliance Responsibilities: Work on a diverse range of licensing matters across the United States, including licensing, acquisitions, compliance, strategy, and regulatory affairs; Coordinate with outside counsel and internal stakeholders regarding licensing matters; Manage the licensing and compliance teams to execute, manage and track the licensing process from application to issuance, as well as ongoing license maintenance; Research and evaluate different risk factors regarding business decisions and operations.

Qualifications Must be in good standing and be admitted to a U.S. state bar; Only seeking candidates with 5+ years' experience with 1+ year of in-house work required; Experience with liquor licensing and compliance; Ability to prioritize, remain organized, and execute effectively within a fast paced, team-oriented environment; A detail-oriented, self-starter attitude with the ability to think critically and exercise independent judgment; Strong interpersonal and presentation skills, along with the ability to communicate effectively with others at all levels of the organization; Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships across the organization's various departments.
 
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Assistant General Counsel And Director Of Government Affairs Compliance
Refer job# BPPR154394
 
Assistant General Counsel and Director of Government Affairs Compliance Duties: Develop, implement and monitor government affairs compliance policies and programs, including requirements relating to diverse supplier / MWBE, government contracts, the False Claims Act, federal contracts / FAR, state and local requirements, federal and state lobbying, political contributions, pay-to-play laws, gifts and entertainment, conflicts of interest, and anti-corruption / FCPA. Advise and educate business on government affairs compliance matters. Work closely with sales, legal colleagues, supply chain, and operations personnel to review and provide advice on requests for proposals and bid responses. Manage Aramark PAC and registration and reporting requirements for federal and state lobbyists. Draft and negotiate complex customer, supplier and partnership agreements. Interpret contracts and advise clients on discrete contractual questions and commercial disputes relating to government affairs issues. Manage internal investigations and responses to government inquiries. Manage outside counsel and oversee their work. Mentor and develop legal and compliance professionals. Travel as needed (5%).

Qualifications: Should have excellent written and oral communication skills, the preferred candidate will demonstrate strong analytical ability and initiative, and both interpersonal skills and client-service skills consistent with the highest professional standards. A seasoned and effective lawyer. Demonstrates a high degree of client acceptability, with a high level of confidence exhibited in client interactions. Possesses excellent client-service skills and an ability to interact with and effectively advise senior business leaders. Executive presence. Demonstrates the ability to establish credibility at senior organizational levels and win respect from all organizational levels with the ability to influence indirectly. In key client interactions, presents ideas logically, assertively and effectively. Facilitates consensus and uses it effectively to resolve conflict and overcome resistance. Strong and effective judgment. Thinks logically and exercises well-developed and independent judgment to produce creative and constructive solutions under pressure. Demonstrates experienced and seasoned strategic and analytic approach to solving clients ? legal needs. Demonstrates professional and personal ethics and integrity. High-level creative and pragmatic problem solver. Handles and brings complex and sophisticated legal matters to a successful conclusion with minimal supervision. Can resolve, or lead the resolution of, critical legal issues faced by Aramark's businesses with a focus on identifying and adding enterprise value. High level of industry. Shows a self-reliant work ethic and a high level of productivity and efficiency. Solid, self-assured leader. Demonstrates effective leadership skills, including strong focus on managing and developing team members. Strong communicator and collaborator. Communicates and collaborates effectively and skillfully with colleagues and clients, both orally and in writing. A J.D. with excellent academic credentials. Must have 5+ years ? experience in a top law firm, sophisticated corporate legal department and/or regulatory agency. Current Pennsylvania bar admission or admission in another jurisdiction with the ability and interest in becoming licensed to practice in Pennsylvania.
 
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Vice President, Compliance And General Counsel
Refer job# RTHJ154396
 
Vice President, Compliance and General Counsel Duties: Reporting to the Executive Vice President, responsible for the Company's global legal affairs and compliance for the Company's products. Will build the legal and compliance teams that you will manage. Primary practice areas include software product compliance, contracts, financial services, intellectual property, and mergers and acquisitions. Anticipate legal issues and identify proactive solutions to eliminate or mitigate risks. Develop and implement compliance training and educational programs to improve the Company's understanding of related laws and regulatory requirements. Oversee the delivery of legal services and resources across departments to accomplish organizational goals, strategies, and priorities. Oversee and manage product compliance efforts. Lead the legal and compliance department through a multi-product launch and participate in product and cross-functional development throughout the lifecycle of these initiatives. Guide legal aspects of business development and work closely with ecosystem participants that use the Company's technology platform. Compliance Responsibilities Implement a strategy for product development to foster innovation while maintaining compliance and mitigating potential risk. Review new and existing products to manage compliance with global laws, regulations, and best practices, particularly AML/KYC, money-services business regulation under the Bank Secrecy Act, OFAC regulations, and broker-dealer registration. Develop and execute a compliance strategy, including all necessary policies and procedures, to ensure the Company conducts its operations in compliance with all applicable rules, regulations, laws, and best practices. Lead response, investigation, analysis, and applicable corrective action pertaining to any compliance matter. Perform compliance audits to evaluate compliance with applicable laws and regulations, report to company leadership, and advise on and implement any necessary corrective action. Oversee the annual development of a risk assessment and annual compliance work plan that identifies the organization's unique characteristics and areas of regulatory risk, with a focus on the Company's products, and set forth a risk mitigation plan that will be implemented by the organization. Work closely with product and engineering teams to provide pragmatic and actionable advice and to ensure that all product offerings are properly designed, registered, licensed, and operated. Monitor compliance activities within all departments and collaborate with department heads to identify trends in noncompliance; including determining compliance metrics and establishing a system for real-time tracking and reporting. Ensure all relevant departments are educated on intellectual property protection strategies and manage the Company's intellectual property portfolio. Lead Company's data and privacy initiatives to comply with global data and privacy regulations through advice and implementation with IT and engineering teams. Advise the government relations department on legislative and regulatory initiatives. Maintain and support a culture of legal compliance. Keep abreast of legal and compliance developments, particularly those impacting the blockchain, cryptocurrency, custody, and identity industries at the global, federal, and state levels. Analyze key legal developments and educate leadership on new legislative or regulatory changes that may impact the Company. Translate global, federal, and state laws governing the Company's technology platform into technical and operational legal requirements, auditing functions, reporting, and mitigation tactics. Draft contracts, policies, and related documents, including privacy policies, terms of use/service, software licensing (including proficiency in open source licenses), data sharing, employment, joint ventures, partnerships and vendor agreements, intellectual property licensing, NDAs, and LOIs. Negotiate and document complex corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions. Oversee all aspects of the Company's legal and compliance functions and build a team as the Company needs to grow. Establish a relationship with current and future members of the legal and compliance team, maintain regular interaction, and provide consistent support to each member. Provide counsel and assistance on ethical situations and crisis management. Select and oversee outside counsel law firms and manage departmental spending. Create an annual departmental budget and prepare and provide reports for regular briefings with EVP and CEO.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA-accredited law school and 7-10 years of legal and compliance experience, with 5+ years in-house experience and 5 years leading a compliance department. Experience bringing software products to market for a technology company is strongly preferred. Must have strong initiative, communication, and management skills while having deep knowledge and understanding of the laws and regulations applicable to our operations. The ideal candidate will have skill sets that can successfully navigate the Company through a myriad of initiatives. Will have a proven track record of making sound and prudent legal decisions; while being a team player with outstanding advocacy and people skills. Will have strong business judgment, the ability to persuade, outstanding leadership qualities, and integrity. Will have an in-depth understanding and appreciation for how legal and compliance operations impact emerging technology companies, along with an understanding of the balance between accomplishing business objectives and mitigating risks throughout the product development, launch, and operation processes. Have experience working at the intersection of financial services and technology with a deep understanding of the Bank Secrecy Act and OFAC regulations. Multi-task effectively and organize workflow based on the Company's priorities.
 
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Attorney - Laboratory Services And Billing Compliance
Refer job# RSRS154376
 
Attorney - Laboratory Services and Billing Compliance Responsibilities: Primary role and responsibilities will be the provision of day-to-day counsel to the PKIG on general commercial and compliance matters. This position may also be tasked with providing legal support to other Dx and Company corporate functions, such as support for Company s Data Protection structure. Collaborate with business partners at all levels of management to effectively balance minimizing legal risk while enabling execution of business strategic objectives. Draft, review and negotiate a variety of commercial agreements, including, laboratory service agreements, licensing, research and development, software services, confidentiality, material transfer, clinical study, professional services, and general customer and supplier agreements. Advise on legal risks and liabilities associated with different business transactions. Provide assistance with merger and acquisition activities, including performing due diligence, as assigned or requested. Create, improve and/or update form agreements and processes to improve aspects of contracting procedures and ensure alignment of contract terms with Company policies and standards. Create, improve and/or update compliance policies and procedures, and trainings to improve transparency and ensure business understanding and compliance with Company policies and standards, and applicable law and regulation. Additional legal responsibilities as knowledge of the Dx business and legal skills evolve. Perform other related duties, as assigned or requested.

Qualification: 3+ years of experience in regulatory/commercial/corporate experience required. Experience collaborating with management teams and advising clients in structuring business transactions, with experience in drafting commercial agreements strongly preferred. JD from an ABA-accredited law school. Admittance to Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, or other applicable state bar. Preferred Qualification: Prior in-house experience is a plus. Experience with government health insurance programs and billing. Ability to determine risk exposure and advise the business in a practical. Experience with government health insurance programs and billing strongly desired. Ability to determine risk exposure and advise the business in a practical manner, balancing legal risks with business needs. Excellent negotiator with strong influencing skills. Strong project and process management skills, with the ability to prioritize and handle multiple projects, as well as a wide range of tasks. Outstanding interpersonal skills, including the ability to work effectively with others and to foster a climate of goodwill and cooperation. Strong project and process management skills, with the ability to prioritize and handle multiple projects, as well as a wide range of task.
 
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Regulatory And Compliance Attorney
Refer job# UKWA154377
 
Regulatory and Compliance Attorney The candidate will be responsible for monitoring corporate compliance and providing legal counsel to the General Counsel and company executives on a range of issues including, but not limited to: Environmental issues including permitting for air quality and water quality. Compliance with regulatory and safety codes, Government Relations. Risk management, risk assement and loss prevention. Should have A law degree from an ABA-accredited law school. Admitted to practice, or reasonable expectation of being able to obtain admission to practice, in at least one of the following states: Texas, Minnesota, Nevada, or South Carolina. At least 5 years experiencing practicing law.
 
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Compliance Officer And/or General Counsel
Refer job# LAJI154380
 
Compliance Officer and/or General Counsel Duties: Oversee the Corporate Compliance Program, and provide legal support to the Company. Ensures management and employees are in compliance with the rules and regulations of regulatory agencies, company policies and procedures are being followed, and behavior in the organization meets Company and regulatory compliance standards. May support the company by providing legal focus and oversight on transactions. Drafting and negotiating confidentiality agreements for situations in which the company provides confidential information and in which the company receives confidential information. Review and negotiate proposals, letters of intent with respect to proposed transactions, and will provide input on the decision whether to send matters to outside counsel and assist in the oversight of outside counsel as necessary. Will be responsible for assisting management on all corporate, legal and regulatory matters, including: General contracts, leases, Third party agreements, vendor supplier relationships. Management of external counsel and general litigation. Employment law, contracts, claims, devising company policies.

Qualifications: Law degree highly preferred. 5+ years' experience in a healthcare organization, to include demonstrated leadership and project management. Familiarity with medical laboratory regulations, operational, financial, quality assurance, and human resource procedures and regulations is a must. Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines. Experience developing and delivering effective training programs to all levels of an organization. Computer experience required with working knowledge of Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Successfully pass Company pre-employment drug test and periodic and random thereafter. Effective verbal and written communication skills in English including communication skills by telephone, excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, and computer literacy required. Ability to supervise/manager one administrative personnel Demonstrated and proven ability/experience in accomplishments in all of our five core values: Proven ability to complete tasks with excellence. Demonstrated ability to be committed to the company, team and job. Demonstrated ability to work effectively within a team. Proven desire to work in the healthcare field by demonstrating care of others as expressed in various ways including professionalism. Proven ability to provide exceptional customer service to internal and external customers.
 
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