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Vice President, Regulatory Compliance Counsel

Marlton NJ Vice President, Regulatory Compliance Counsel Duties: Assist in the drafting and implementation of the companys compliance policies and procedures for the Residential Servicing Department. Provide day-to-day compliance support to the Residential Servicing Department staff and the management team. Coordinate activities to/from the Legal Department and the Residential Servicing Department. Contribute to the regulatory change management duties of the Legal/Regulatory Compliance Department by identifying new and revised laws and regulations that impact the company and the operational changes needed in the business lines. Respond to loan-level management compliance questions and assist the servicing management team. Provide subject matter expertise to assist in prompt correction of compliance deficiencies that are identified by any internal review or external audit. Maintain competence in consumer protection laws and regulations governing residential mortgage servicing activities, including TILA, RESPA, FDCPA, ECOA, FCRA and other applicable laws and regulations under the jurisdiction of the BCFP, prudential federal regulators and their state counterparts. Assist in the review and redlining of the Sevicing Departments processes, procedures and job aides. Monitor emerging compliance issues and assist in assessing the potential exposure of Freedom Mortgage. Support federal and state regulatory examinations and required responses. Provide additional support to the Residential Servicing Department as directed by the Chief Compliance Officer.

Qualifications: JD Degree Required. 12+ years experience as residential mortgage servicing regulatory counsel is required.
Legal 12 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-09

Transactions, Technology and Compliance Attorney

Pittsburgh PA Transactions, Technology and Compliance Attorney The candidate will support firms team by negotiating and drafting commercial contracts with suppliers and business partners. Lead negotiations in technology transactions of all sizes. Support global corporate compliance matters. Supervise and manage relationships with outside counsel. Manage a fast-paced, diverse workload.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor degree. Should be admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Must have 4 years of experience with the above-referenced competencies. Should have experience working in a law firm or in-house setting. Must have experience with drafting and negotiating a variety of technology and other commercial transactions. Must have interest in new technologies; technical background is a plus, along with an ability to dig into details with engineers. Should have excellent communication and collaboration skills. Must have ability to effectively manage paralegals. Should have strong sense of ownership and ability to work independently. Should have strong problem solving and negotiating skills. Must have excellent organizational skills. Should be proficient in Google Documents, Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07

Attorney Senior - Regulatory and Compliance

Eden Prairie MN Attorney Senior - Regulatory and Compliance The candidate will provide legal advice and handle Company-wide regulatory compliance matters pertaining to USDA/FDA/FTC/CPSC and applicable state laws and regulations around food and product safety, labeling, claims, and marketing/advertising; FCPA and export controls; OSHA; ADA; regulatory inspections; licensing/permits; and potentially hazardous waste management and/or other environmental compliance matters. Developing regulatory compliance policies and procedures as needed. Develop and provide legal training and communications to business partners on specific compliance obligations. Interact with federal and state regulatory agencies as needed (e.g., responding to inquiries, inspection observations, and enforcement actions). Manage litigation matters as needed, where the subject matter touches on regulatory compliance issues. Perform complex fact gathering and legal research with minimal supervision, and oversee other associates performing these tasks. Organize and supervise complex projects, develop results-oriented strategies, and monitor results. Negotiate complex matters with outside parties. Work with and monitor outside counsel. Independently performs and oversee high-level, sophisticated legal work, often involving complex fact gathering, research, negotiations and drafting. Oversee critical functions in the Legal Department. Assist in creating and executing Department policies. Assist in department planning and oversight, such as budgeting, setting goals and reporting accomplishments. Provide legal training to department associates and other Company functions. Provide expert legal assistance and advice to other functions. Select, oversee and monitor effectiveness of outside counsel. Complex projects will involve specialized knowledge and may include antitrust matters; governmental investigations; pharmacy law; and Company-wide compliance. Performs other relevant job duties as required.

The candidate must have J.D. degree and admission in good standing to practice law in at least one state. Should have 8+ years of experience working at a law firm and/or in-house law department. Knowledge and experience in working with regulatory agencies; specific experience with FDA and/or USDA a plus. Must have understanding of the wholesale / grocery industry and regulatory environment; previous experience in food law and/or representing food distribution companies a plus. Experience with any Canadian laws and regulations for food distribution companies a plus. Should have ability to identify issues and provide legal and regulatory compliance advice on non-routine matters with minimal supervision. Must have superior written and oral communication skills, with the ability to articulate positions, provide direction, and communicate effectively at all levels of the Company. Must have strong interpersonal and teamwork skills; ability to positively influence within and outside the Company.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07

Senior Counsel And Director, International Trade Compliance

Huntsville AL Senior Counsel and Director, International Trade Compliance The candidate will be a key part of both the legal team and oversee the International Trade Compliance (ITC) organization. This individual will support the Defense Business with respect to federal procurement law issues, including prime and subcontracts with the U.S. Government, compliance and litigation issues, and serve as a leader to the ITC organization, responsible for ITC personnel, procedures and activities at all locations. Will provide advice and counsel to senior and operating management and other functions on U.S. government contract law. Provide advice and counsel on U.S. government contract law compliance, policy, and regulatory interpretation. Attend review meetings and participate in opportunity and contract reviews. Assist as requested in contract negotiation. Participate as needed in the evaluation of supplier and collaboration arrangements including joint venture, partnerships, and teaming agreements. Provide advice related to the evaluation, analysis, and assessment of claims. Evaluate and advise on remedies and the resolution of contract disputes. Assist in the management of litigation matters. Advise on the legal aspects of international trade compliance, data rights, trademarks, copyrights, sales agreements, trade regulations and anti-trust laws, purchasing, credit, tax insurance and property matters, personnel (labor) and public relations. Oversee the ITC organization and its procedures, personnel, and activities at all locations. Serve as the primary liaison with government authorities and customers with respect to international trade compliance matters, maintain current information on applicable laws and regulations, and publish notifications to and Holdings, Inc. as appropriate regarding changes to export laws or regulations. Analyze and handle export control compliance issues, and provide prompt notification through the reporting chain of suspected issues including potential violations of applicable law or regulation. Establish and maintain capabilities with respect to third party screening and due diligence, training for all employees, and advanced training for personnel with special compliance responsibilities. Create and maintain a compliance self-assessment program, coordinating with internal audit department as appropriate. Create and maintain a program to track and implement corrective actions resulting from investigations, self-disclosures or program improvements. Represent the Company before export control regulators in matters related to registration, licensing, commodity jurisdiction requests, or voluntary disclosures. Participate in the selection and in the oversight and management of outside resources including outside counsel engaged to assist AR in addressing ITC issues. Should have Bachelor's degree and a Law (JD) degree, with an emphasis in federal procurement law and commercial contracts. Should have 7+ years of experience as an attorney with specific and relevant experience in U.S. government contracts. Specific experience in the areas of procurement litigation (including contractor remedies such as bid protests, equitable adjustments, claim defense and prosecution, and investigations) is required. Experience with ITAR and EAR is required. Other areas of commercial contracts and transactions is desirable. Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-07

Assistant Counsel - Compliance

Uniondale NY Assistant Counsel - Compliance Responsibilities: Provide advice and counsel on laws, regulations and other requirements; Conduct compliance risk assessments and compliance audits; Conduct and oversee investigations; Collaborate and effectively communicate with: Legal/Compliance colleagues, Human Resources, Internal Audit, Communications, senior management, and outside counsel to ensure alignment among and between these resources as well as with PSEG's Compliance Program; Provide Compliance training and create Compliance communications.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree. Should have 4+ years' experience working in a compliance program. Strong organizational and project management skills. Ability to build effective relationships with PSEG internal stakeholders. Ability to effectively engage with senior leaders. Demonstrated ability to work across business lines and the ability to work independently. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong negotiation and influencing skills. Comfortable working in a highly matrixed organization. Experience working with government contracts desired.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-06

Legal Compliance Corporate Counsel

Colorado Springs CO Legal Compliance Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide expert analysis, counsel, and support for corporate legal issues, licensing, and compliance. The scope of responsibilities include managing the insurance licensing for the Sales and Claims departments as well as assisting with obtaining licenses for new employees. This position will assist in the administration of corporate policies and procedures, such as vendor security, privacy compliance, and contract review and approval. It requires a team-oriented, strategic thinker who works collaboratively with the Internal Audit department and external counsel to ensure all legal privacy requirements are met. The Legal Counsel will often interact and provide legal guidance and support to all departments (ie Underwriting, Claims, Sales, etc.) as needed. In addition, this role will provide legal support for contests, sweepstakes, and other promotions including drafting accompanying rules and disclosures. This dynamic individual will also provide staff management, which involves recruiting, and training team members, establishing performance goals, and providing performance feedback. The ideal candidate is a member of the Colorado State Bar and possesses impressive academic and professional credentials including a JD from an accredited law school and 3+ years of corporate law experience. Ability to research new and changing legislation as well as excellent verbal and written communications skills are a must. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-06

Counsel, Regulatory And Compliance

Abbot IL Counsel, Regulatory and Compliance The candidate will counsel attorneys and contracting personnel on government contracting laws and regulations and collaborate with cross-functional teams to effectively resolve complex issues. Will serve as the legal subject matter expert on a full range of government contracting matters and other applicable laws, providing leadership, guidance and support to clients and other attorneys in Legal Division. Stay on top of changes in laws and regulations related to government contracting and anti-corruption. Develop, periodically revise, manage and assist in the implementation and maintenance of the company's government contracting, anti-corruption, and fraud and abuse policies and procedures and ensuring business/organizational adaptation and compliance, as needed. Interact with and providing legal and strategic guidance to senior management and functional organizational leadership. Report to Senior Counsel within Legal Regulatory and Compliance.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school, demonstrate a strong academic background, and be admitted to a US State Bar and in good standing, and have, or be able to obtain, licensure to practice law in Illinois. Must have 4+ years of experience practicing law in a prominent law firm, large corporation or government agency. Health care or other relevant industry experience required. Should preferably also have experience in the healthcare industry, particularly related to anti-corruption and US fraud and abuse laws. Should have strong knowledge of US government contracting laws, rules and regulations specific to the US, as well as industry leading-practices and standards, and demonstrated expertise in analysis of relevant laws and guidance and counseling clients and drafting and negotiating complex government contracts. Experience in government contracting is required. Experience in health care industry related to fraud and abuse and anti-corruption are strongly preferred.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-30

Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance And Ethics

Morrisville NC Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance And Ethics The candidate will: Provide global compliance and ethics advice and guidance to the Deputy and Chief Compliance Officers and to the Company s biopharmaceutical clinical research and commercial healthcare lines of business and corporate units regarding the company s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (Code), corporate compliance and ethics policies and standards and other compliance and ethics issues or inquiries. Conduct global compliance and ethics investigations to ensure that investigations are conducted in a timely and comprehensive manner and that effective corrective action is implemented in accordance with the company s Code, corporate compliance and ethics policies and operating standards. Engage and collaborate with key stakeholders (e.g., human resources, internal audit, quality, business management and senior leadership, etc.) to ensure the company s Code and corporate compliance and ethics program policies and operating standards are developed and/or updated, implemented appropriately and enforced consistently. Interact with and advise business leaders on compliance and ethics issues that affect the success of the company and the execution of the Company s strategic business priorities. Assist in the development and implementation of global compliance and ethics policies, governance and oversight processes, and controls and strategies. Monitor global legal and regulatory changes that have the potential to affect the Company and assist with identifying any necessary changes to the compliance and ethics program and/or business operations based on legal or regulatory changes or identified emerging risks. Deliver targeted compliance and ethics training and education to the Company s business and corporate units. Must be experienced attorney and compliance professional with 10+ years of relevant pharmaceutical healthcare industry experience that includes experience providing legal and/or compliance advice and guidance related to the clinical research and development, sale and marketing of pharmaceutical products. Should have substantive working knowledge of US Federal and state laws and regulations that apply to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device industry, including Federal healthcare program requirements under the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act ( FDCA ), the Prescription Drug Marketing Act, False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Transparency Provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the Sunshine Act ) and the Federal Corrupt Practices Act ( FCPA ). Must have experience conducting investigations in the pharmaceutical industry, including experience in investigations related to the sales and marketing of pharmaceuticals and medical devices. Should have substantive working knowledge of the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines and other governmental requirements and standards for implementing effective compliance and ethics programs. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-29

Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance And Ethics

Somerset NJ Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance And Ethics The candidate will: Provide global compliance and ethics advice and guidance to the Deputy and Chief Compliance Officers and to the Company s biopharmaceutical clinical research and commercial healthcare lines of business and corporate units regarding the company s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (Code), corporate compliance and ethics policies and standards and other compliance and ethics issues or inquiries. Conduct global compliance and ethics investigations to ensure that investigations are conducted in a timely and comprehensive manner and that effective corrective action is implemented in accordance with the company s Code, corporate compliance and ethics policies and operating standards. Engage and collaborate with key stakeholders (e.g., human resources, internal audit, quality, business management and senior leadership, etc.) to ensure the company s Code and corporate compliance and ethics program policies and operating standards are developed and/or updated, implemented appropriately and enforced consistently. Interact with and advise business leaders on compliance and ethics issues that affect the success of the company and the execution of the Company s strategic business priorities. Assist in the development and implementation of global compliance and ethics policies, governance and oversight processes, and controls and strategies. Monitor global legal and regulatory changes that have the potential to affect the Company and assist with identifying any necessary changes to the compliance and ethics program and/or business operations based on legal or regulatory changes or identified emerging risks. Deliver targeted compliance and ethics training and education to the Company s business and corporate units. Must be experienced attorney and compliance professional with 10+ years of relevant pharmaceutical healthcare industry experience that includes experience providing legal and/or compliance advice and guidance related to the clinical research and development, sale and marketing of pharmaceutical products. Should have substantive working knowledge of US Federal and state laws and regulations that apply to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device industry, including Federal healthcare program requirements under the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act ( FDCA ), the Prescription Drug Marketing Act, False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Transparency Provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the Sunshine Act ) and the Federal Corrupt Practices Act ( FCPA ). Must have experience conducting investigations in the pharmaceutical industry, including experience in investigations related to the sales and marketing of pharmaceuticals and medical devices. Should have substantive working knowledge of the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines and other governmental requirements and standards for implementing effective compliance and ethics programs. Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-29

Registered Investment Adviser/ Private Funds Attorney & Deputy Compliance Officer

New York City NY Registered Investment Adviser/ Private Funds Attorney & Deputy Compliance Officer Duties: Work with and report directly to the General Counsel. Supervise regulatory and compliance matters across the company s asset management businesses. Prepare regulatory filings (including Form ADV, Form PF, CA DBO filings and other filings). Manage periodic audits and SEC exams, CA DBO exams and FINRA inquiries. Prepare of 206(4)-7 annual compliance program assessment report. Monitor and perform periodic compliance testing (e.g., trade allocations, expense allocations, trade errors, principal and cross trades, conflicts flagging and consent tracking, tax seasoning guidelines, personal trading, email review etc.). Perform annual audits of third-party vendors (e.g., external managers, custodians, depositaries, administrators). Advise on foreign marketing rules, and review and comment on fund marketing materials and related disclaimers and disclosures. Assist in on-boarding of new fund clients, and tracking of reporting and side letter obligations. Prepare and update policies and related training materials, and conduct periodic employee training and testing. Assist with conflicts reviews, and AML and know-your-client requests and procedures. Provide support for various ad hoc compliance and regulatory projects; ongoing data analytics and technology project work designed to support and enhance the compliance program.

Qualifications: Candidate should have 6-10 years of legal and compliance experience supervising regulated investment advisers (including managing SEC exam responses) at an investment bank, investment manager or major law firm. Working knowledge of the Investment Advisers Act, the Investment Company Act and other regulations relevant to private funds and investment advisory businesses.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2019-11-29
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Vice President, Regulatory Compliance Counsel
Refer job# TXFI147476
 
Vice President, Regulatory Compliance Counsel Duties: Assist in the drafting and implementation of the companys compliance policies and procedures for the Residential Servicing Department. Provide day-to-day compliance support to the Residential Servicing Department staff and the management team. Coordinate activities to/from the Legal Department and the Residential Servicing Department. Contribute to the regulatory change management duties of the Legal/Regulatory Compliance Department by identifying new and revised laws and regulations that impact the company and the operational changes needed in the business lines. Respond to loan-level management compliance questions and assist the servicing management team. Provide subject matter expertise to assist in prompt correction of compliance deficiencies that are identified by any internal review or external audit. Maintain competence in consumer protection laws and regulations governing residential mortgage servicing activities, including TILA, RESPA, FDCPA, ECOA, FCRA and other applicable laws and regulations under the jurisdiction of the BCFP, prudential federal regulators and their state counterparts. Assist in the review and redlining of the Sevicing Departments processes, procedures and job aides. Monitor emerging compliance issues and assist in assessing the potential exposure of Freedom Mortgage. Support federal and state regulatory examinations and required responses. Provide additional support to the Residential Servicing Department as directed by the Chief Compliance Officer.

Qualifications: JD Degree Required. 12+ years experience as residential mortgage servicing regulatory counsel is required.
 
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Transactions, Technology and Compliance Attorney
Refer job# CYPX147431
 
Transactions, Technology and Compliance Attorney The candidate will support firms team by negotiating and drafting commercial contracts with suppliers and business partners. Lead negotiations in technology transactions of all sizes. Support global corporate compliance matters. Supervise and manage relationships with outside counsel. Manage a fast-paced, diverse workload.

The candidate must have Juris Doctor degree. Should be admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Must have 4 years of experience with the above-referenced competencies. Should have experience working in a law firm or in-house setting. Must have experience with drafting and negotiating a variety of technology and other commercial transactions. Must have interest in new technologies; technical background is a plus, along with an ability to dig into details with engineers. Should have excellent communication and collaboration skills. Must have ability to effectively manage paralegals. Should have strong sense of ownership and ability to work independently. Should have strong problem solving and negotiating skills. Must have excellent organizational skills. Should be proficient in Google Documents, Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
 
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Attorney Senior - Regulatory and Compliance
Refer job# EDQD147432
 
Attorney Senior - Regulatory and Compliance The candidate will provide legal advice and handle Company-wide regulatory compliance matters pertaining to USDA/FDA/FTC/CPSC and applicable state laws and regulations around food and product safety, labeling, claims, and marketing/advertising; FCPA and export controls; OSHA; ADA; regulatory inspections; licensing/permits; and potentially hazardous waste management and/or other environmental compliance matters. Developing regulatory compliance policies and procedures as needed. Develop and provide legal training and communications to business partners on specific compliance obligations. Interact with federal and state regulatory agencies as needed (e.g., responding to inquiries, inspection observations, and enforcement actions). Manage litigation matters as needed, where the subject matter touches on regulatory compliance issues. Perform complex fact gathering and legal research with minimal supervision, and oversee other associates performing these tasks. Organize and supervise complex projects, develop results-oriented strategies, and monitor results. Negotiate complex matters with outside parties. Work with and monitor outside counsel. Independently performs and oversee high-level, sophisticated legal work, often involving complex fact gathering, research, negotiations and drafting. Oversee critical functions in the Legal Department. Assist in creating and executing Department policies. Assist in department planning and oversight, such as budgeting, setting goals and reporting accomplishments. Provide legal training to department associates and other Company functions. Provide expert legal assistance and advice to other functions. Select, oversee and monitor effectiveness of outside counsel. Complex projects will involve specialized knowledge and may include antitrust matters; governmental investigations; pharmacy law; and Company-wide compliance. Performs other relevant job duties as required.

The candidate must have J.D. degree and admission in good standing to practice law in at least one state. Should have 8+ years of experience working at a law firm and/or in-house law department. Knowledge and experience in working with regulatory agencies; specific experience with FDA and/or USDA a plus. Must have understanding of the wholesale / grocery industry and regulatory environment; previous experience in food law and/or representing food distribution companies a plus. Experience with any Canadian laws and regulations for food distribution companies a plus. Should have ability to identify issues and provide legal and regulatory compliance advice on non-routine matters with minimal supervision. Must have superior written and oral communication skills, with the ability to articulate positions, provide direction, and communicate effectively at all levels of the Company. Must have strong interpersonal and teamwork skills; ability to positively influence within and outside the Company.
 
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Senior Counsel And Director, International Trade Compliance
Refer job# TSRL147433
 
Senior Counsel and Director, International Trade Compliance The candidate will be a key part of both the legal team and oversee the International Trade Compliance (ITC) organization. This individual will support the Defense Business with respect to federal procurement law issues, including prime and subcontracts with the U.S. Government, compliance and litigation issues, and serve as a leader to the ITC organization, responsible for ITC personnel, procedures and activities at all locations. Will provide advice and counsel to senior and operating management and other functions on U.S. government contract law. Provide advice and counsel on U.S. government contract law compliance, policy, and regulatory interpretation. Attend review meetings and participate in opportunity and contract reviews. Assist as requested in contract negotiation. Participate as needed in the evaluation of supplier and collaboration arrangements including joint venture, partnerships, and teaming agreements. Provide advice related to the evaluation, analysis, and assessment of claims. Evaluate and advise on remedies and the resolution of contract disputes. Assist in the management of litigation matters. Advise on the legal aspects of international trade compliance, data rights, trademarks, copyrights, sales agreements, trade regulations and anti-trust laws, purchasing, credit, tax insurance and property matters, personnel (labor) and public relations. Oversee the ITC organization and its procedures, personnel, and activities at all locations. Serve as the primary liaison with government authorities and customers with respect to international trade compliance matters, maintain current information on applicable laws and regulations, and publish notifications to and Holdings, Inc. as appropriate regarding changes to export laws or regulations. Analyze and handle export control compliance issues, and provide prompt notification through the reporting chain of suspected issues including potential violations of applicable law or regulation. Establish and maintain capabilities with respect to third party screening and due diligence, training for all employees, and advanced training for personnel with special compliance responsibilities. Create and maintain a compliance self-assessment program, coordinating with internal audit department as appropriate. Create and maintain a program to track and implement corrective actions resulting from investigations, self-disclosures or program improvements. Represent the Company before export control regulators in matters related to registration, licensing, commodity jurisdiction requests, or voluntary disclosures. Participate in the selection and in the oversight and management of outside resources including outside counsel engaged to assist AR in addressing ITC issues. Should have Bachelor's degree and a Law (JD) degree, with an emphasis in federal procurement law and commercial contracts. Should have 7+ years of experience as an attorney with specific and relevant experience in U.S. government contracts. Specific experience in the areas of procurement litigation (including contractor remedies such as bid protests, equitable adjustments, claim defense and prosecution, and investigations) is required. Experience with ITAR and EAR is required. Other areas of commercial contracts and transactions is desirable.
 
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Assistant Counsel - Compliance
Refer job# BASA147412
 
Assistant Counsel - Compliance Responsibilities: Provide advice and counsel on laws, regulations and other requirements; Conduct compliance risk assessments and compliance audits; Conduct and oversee investigations; Collaborate and effectively communicate with: Legal/Compliance colleagues, Human Resources, Internal Audit, Communications, senior management, and outside counsel to ensure alignment among and between these resources as well as with PSEG's Compliance Program; Provide Compliance training and create Compliance communications.

The candidate should have Juris Doctorate degree. Should have 4+ years' experience working in a compliance program. Strong organizational and project management skills. Ability to build effective relationships with PSEG internal stakeholders. Ability to effectively engage with senior leaders. Demonstrated ability to work across business lines and the ability to work independently. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong negotiation and influencing skills. Comfortable working in a highly matrixed organization. Experience working with government contracts desired.
 
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Legal Compliance Corporate Counsel
Refer job# OUHQ147413
 
Legal Compliance Corporate Counsel The candidate will provide expert analysis, counsel, and support for corporate legal issues, licensing, and compliance. The scope of responsibilities include managing the insurance licensing for the Sales and Claims departments as well as assisting with obtaining licenses for new employees. This position will assist in the administration of corporate policies and procedures, such as vendor security, privacy compliance, and contract review and approval. It requires a team-oriented, strategic thinker who works collaboratively with the Internal Audit department and external counsel to ensure all legal privacy requirements are met. The Legal Counsel will often interact and provide legal guidance and support to all departments (ie Underwriting, Claims, Sales, etc.) as needed. In addition, this role will provide legal support for contests, sweepstakes, and other promotions including drafting accompanying rules and disclosures. This dynamic individual will also provide staff management, which involves recruiting, and training team members, establishing performance goals, and providing performance feedback. The ideal candidate is a member of the Colorado State Bar and possesses impressive academic and professional credentials including a JD from an accredited law school and 3+ years of corporate law experience. Ability to research new and changing legislation as well as excellent verbal and written communications skills are a must.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Counsel, Regulatory And Compliance
Refer job# TYDB147104
 
Counsel, Regulatory and Compliance The candidate will counsel attorneys and contracting personnel on government contracting laws and regulations and collaborate with cross-functional teams to effectively resolve complex issues. Will serve as the legal subject matter expert on a full range of government contracting matters and other applicable laws, providing leadership, guidance and support to clients and other attorneys in Legal Division. Stay on top of changes in laws and regulations related to government contracting and anti-corruption. Develop, periodically revise, manage and assist in the implementation and maintenance of the company's government contracting, anti-corruption, and fraud and abuse policies and procedures and ensuring business/organizational adaptation and compliance, as needed. Interact with and providing legal and strategic guidance to senior management and functional organizational leadership. Report to Senior Counsel within Legal Regulatory and Compliance.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school, demonstrate a strong academic background, and be admitted to a US State Bar and in good standing, and have, or be able to obtain, licensure to practice law in Illinois. Must have 4+ years of experience practicing law in a prominent law firm, large corporation or government agency. Health care or other relevant industry experience required. Should preferably also have experience in the healthcare industry, particularly related to anti-corruption and US fraud and abuse laws. Should have strong knowledge of US government contracting laws, rules and regulations specific to the US, as well as industry leading-practices and standards, and demonstrated expertise in analysis of relevant laws and guidance and counseling clients and drafting and negotiating complex government contracts. Experience in government contracting is required. Experience in health care industry related to fraud and abuse and anti-corruption are strongly preferred.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance And Ethics
Refer job# VYOP147077
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance And Ethics The candidate will: Provide global compliance and ethics advice and guidance to the Deputy and Chief Compliance Officers and to the Company s biopharmaceutical clinical research and commercial healthcare lines of business and corporate units regarding the company s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (Code), corporate compliance and ethics policies and standards and other compliance and ethics issues or inquiries. Conduct global compliance and ethics investigations to ensure that investigations are conducted in a timely and comprehensive manner and that effective corrective action is implemented in accordance with the company s Code, corporate compliance and ethics policies and operating standards. Engage and collaborate with key stakeholders (e.g., human resources, internal audit, quality, business management and senior leadership, etc.) to ensure the company s Code and corporate compliance and ethics program policies and operating standards are developed and/or updated, implemented appropriately and enforced consistently. Interact with and advise business leaders on compliance and ethics issues that affect the success of the company and the execution of the Company s strategic business priorities. Assist in the development and implementation of global compliance and ethics policies, governance and oversight processes, and controls and strategies. Monitor global legal and regulatory changes that have the potential to affect the Company and assist with identifying any necessary changes to the compliance and ethics program and/or business operations based on legal or regulatory changes or identified emerging risks. Deliver targeted compliance and ethics training and education to the Company s business and corporate units. Must be experienced attorney and compliance professional with 10+ years of relevant pharmaceutical healthcare industry experience that includes experience providing legal and/or compliance advice and guidance related to the clinical research and development, sale and marketing of pharmaceutical products. Should have substantive working knowledge of US Federal and state laws and regulations that apply to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device industry, including Federal healthcare program requirements under the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act ( FDCA ), the Prescription Drug Marketing Act, False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Transparency Provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the Sunshine Act ) and the Federal Corrupt Practices Act ( FCPA ). Must have experience conducting investigations in the pharmaceutical industry, including experience in investigations related to the sales and marketing of pharmaceuticals and medical devices. Should have substantive working knowledge of the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines and other governmental requirements and standards for implementing effective compliance and ethics programs.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance And Ethics
Refer job# KRGD147078
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance And Ethics The candidate will: Provide global compliance and ethics advice and guidance to the Deputy and Chief Compliance Officers and to the Company s biopharmaceutical clinical research and commercial healthcare lines of business and corporate units regarding the company s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (Code), corporate compliance and ethics policies and standards and other compliance and ethics issues or inquiries. Conduct global compliance and ethics investigations to ensure that investigations are conducted in a timely and comprehensive manner and that effective corrective action is implemented in accordance with the company s Code, corporate compliance and ethics policies and operating standards. Engage and collaborate with key stakeholders (e.g., human resources, internal audit, quality, business management and senior leadership, etc.) to ensure the company s Code and corporate compliance and ethics program policies and operating standards are developed and/or updated, implemented appropriately and enforced consistently. Interact with and advise business leaders on compliance and ethics issues that affect the success of the company and the execution of the Company s strategic business priorities. Assist in the development and implementation of global compliance and ethics policies, governance and oversight processes, and controls and strategies. Monitor global legal and regulatory changes that have the potential to affect the Company and assist with identifying any necessary changes to the compliance and ethics program and/or business operations based on legal or regulatory changes or identified emerging risks. Deliver targeted compliance and ethics training and education to the Company s business and corporate units. Must be experienced attorney and compliance professional with 10+ years of relevant pharmaceutical healthcare industry experience that includes experience providing legal and/or compliance advice and guidance related to the clinical research and development, sale and marketing of pharmaceutical products. Should have substantive working knowledge of US Federal and state laws and regulations that apply to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or medical device industry, including Federal healthcare program requirements under the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act ( FDCA ), the Prescription Drug Marketing Act, False Claims Act, the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Transparency Provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (the Sunshine Act ) and the Federal Corrupt Practices Act ( FCPA ). Must have experience conducting investigations in the pharmaceutical industry, including experience in investigations related to the sales and marketing of pharmaceuticals and medical devices. Should have substantive working knowledge of the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines and other governmental requirements and standards for implementing effective compliance and ethics programs.
 
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Registered Investment Adviser/ Private Funds Attorney & Deputy Compliance Officer
Refer job# QQMQ147093
 
Registered Investment Adviser/ Private Funds Attorney & Deputy Compliance Officer Duties: Work with and report directly to the General Counsel. Supervise regulatory and compliance matters across the company s asset management businesses. Prepare regulatory filings (including Form ADV, Form PF, CA DBO filings and other filings). Manage periodic audits and SEC exams, CA DBO exams and FINRA inquiries. Prepare of 206(4)-7 annual compliance program assessment report. Monitor and perform periodic compliance testing (e.g., trade allocations, expense allocations, trade errors, principal and cross trades, conflicts flagging and consent tracking, tax seasoning guidelines, personal trading, email review etc.). Perform annual audits of third-party vendors (e.g., external managers, custodians, depositaries, administrators). Advise on foreign marketing rules, and review and comment on fund marketing materials and related disclaimers and disclosures. Assist in on-boarding of new fund clients, and tracking of reporting and side letter obligations. Prepare and update policies and related training materials, and conduct periodic employee training and testing. Assist with conflicts reviews, and AML and know-your-client requests and procedures. Provide support for various ad hoc compliance and regulatory projects; ongoing data analytics and technology project work designed to support and enhance the compliance program.

Qualifications: Candidate should have 6-10 years of legal and compliance experience supervising regulated investment advisers (including managing SEC exam responses) at an investment bank, investment manager or major law firm. Working knowledge of the Investment Advisers Act, the Investment Company Act and other regulations relevant to private funds and investment advisory businesses.
 
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