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Counsel - Healthcare Compliance

Greenwood Village CO Counsel - Healthcare Compliance The candidate will provide legal and compliance support to the State Market Oversight and Transactions Team primarily related to state holding company laws and regulations, but on other state insurance regulatory matters as needed, including insurance license expansions and withdrawals, corporate initiatives, and market conduct examinations. Demonstrate ability to effectively manage complex insurance regulatory matters independently. Accurately analyze risks and recommends alternative approaches. Develop and maintain strong knowledge of regulatory environment affecting business. Efficiently resolve legal and compliance issues. Effectively manage relationships with outside counsel, clients and various management team members. Responsible for providing legal and regulatory guidance and support to ensure the company is in compliance with state holding company laws and for regulatory work related to company licensing and other corporate initiatives as well as guidance on market conduct matters as appropriate. Work in partnership with the Sr. Compliance Specialist, Insurance Regulatory. Assess intercompany transactions, including affiliate agreements, borrowing and lending, dividends and acquisitions to determine holding company law implications and to develop and submit the more complex filings to state regulators for approval. Draft or assist with drafting of agreements in support of holding company compliance. Develop and maintain strong partnerships with all business teams and others within the Legal Department to ensure transparency regarding project status and satisfaction of business needs and initiatives. Develop and maintain partnership with International team members to ensure any foreign transactions with domestic impact are reviewed and filings made to support compliance with US holding company laws. Lead regulatory support for corporate licensing and other initiatives and well as provide regulatory support, as necessary, on market conduct examination matters. Responsible, in partnership with the Sr. Compliance Specialist, for the maintenance of operational policies and procedures related to holding company compliance. Develop and maintain strong knowledge of holding company system. Develop and maintain strong partnerships with state regulators and internal clients and provide regular status updates on project work. Maintain project status via team s intake and inventory process. Conduct research and provide legal and compliance guidance on other insurance regulatory matters such as insurance licensing initiatives, legal entity realignments, and market conduct examination matters; provide guidance and work collaboratively with legal, compliance, and business partners. Work closely with internal clients to provide creative, pro-active, solution-oriented advice to support and protect business goals and objectives. Responsible for developing and maintaining a strong understanding of the key aspects of the company s global strategy to effectively advise clients on substantive issues related to state insurance regulatory requirements. Law degree; 5+ years of corporate regulatory or law firm experience in the healthcare field required. Strong analytical, negotiating and communication skills and proven ability to develop and manage relationships with business clients required. Prior experience working directly with state Departments of Insurance required. Financial background helpful. Technologically proficient with Word, PowerPoint and Outlook required. Ability: to maintain customer-focus as well as bring a creative approach to problem solving; to efficiently manage a substantial number of issues and perform at a high level in a dynamic team environment required. Knowledge of laws governing the healthcare business required. Preference for knowledge of general corporate laws and holding company structure. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-09

Counsel - Healthcare Compliance

Bloomfield CT Counsel - Healthcare Compliance The candidate will manage counsel, enterprise compliance is responsible for providing legal and regulatory guidance and support to ensure is in compliance with state holding company laws and for regulatory work related to company licensing and other corporate initiatives as well as guidance on market conduct matters as appropriate. Counsel will work in partnership with the Sr. Compliance Specialist, Insurance Regulatory. Will assess intercompany transactions, including affiliate agreements, borrowing and lending, dividends and acquisitions to determine holding company law implications and to develop and submit the more complex filings to state regulators for approval. Draft or assist with drafting of agreements in support of holding company compliance. Develop and maintain strong partnerships with all business teams and others within the Legal Dep t to ensure transparency regarding project status and satisfaction of business needs and initiatives. Develop and maintain partnership with International team members to ensure any foreign transactions with domestic impact are reviewed and filings made to support compliance with US holding company laws. Lead regulatory support for corporate licensing and other initiatives and well as provide regulatory support, as necessary, on market conduct examination matters. Responsible, in partnership with the Sr. Compliance Specialist, for the maintenance of operational policies and procedures related to holding company compliance. Develop and maintain strong knowledge of firm s holding company system. Develop and maintain strong partnerships with state regulators and internal clients and provide regular status updates on project work. Maintain project status via team s intake and inventory process. Conduct research and provide legal and compliance guidance on other insurance regulatory matters such as insurance licensing initiatives, legal entity realignments, and market conduct examination matters; provide guidance and work collaboratively with legal, compliance, and business partners. Works closely with internal clients to provide creative, pro-active, solution-oriented advice to support and protect business goals and objectives. Responsible for developing and maintaining a strong understanding of the key aspects of firm's global strategy to effectively advise clients on substantive issues related to state insurance regulatory requirements.

The candidate should have 5+ years of corporate regulatory or law firm experience in the healthcare field Bar membership. Strong analytical, negotiating and communication skills and proven ability to develop and manage relationships with business client is needed. Prior experience working directly with state Departments of Insurance is advantageous. Financial background is helpful. Technologically proficient with Word, PowerPoint and Outlook is needed.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-09

Senior Director and Counsel, Trade Compliance and Investigations

Arlington VA Senior Director and Counsel, Trade Compliance and Investigations The candidate will lead all internal trade compliance reviews and investigations and oversee any disclosures and corrective actions that may be required. Will be responsible for ensuring the development and maintenance of robust trade investigation and audit tracking systems and for reporting and metrics related to investigations, disclosures and corrective actions. Act as point of contact on investigations and information requests involving trade control related government enforcement agencies. Lead internal investigations and reviews of deviations from policies and procedures and any possible resulting export/import compliance violations. Oversee internal and external resources supporting complex investigations, providing both subject matter expertise and internal leadership for the company to ensure timely completion of investigations and disclosures. Lead the development of disclosures and reports required to report compliance errors to various government agencies in the U.S. and other countries. Develop post-audit corrective actions and work with the business on effective implementation; verify completion. Develop and maintain tracking systems for trade compliance investigations, disclosures, and corrective actions. Assist in developing and implementing procedures, desk instructions and compliance tools designed to address gaps identified through the investigation process in order to help the organization in its goal of achieving full compliance with export controls. Lead the development and implementation of a strong open reporting program in respect to trade control concerns including the development of trainings for internal stakeholders on how to identify trade related red flags. Lead development of trade focused internal audit program and support external trade related audits including ensuring the tracking and closing of any resulting corrective actions. Must have Bachelor s degree and law degree. Should have 5+ years of experience of legal investigation and compliance related work. Experience in investigatory and audit techniques; top law firm background is desired. Prior extensive experience leading corporate investigations is required. Computer skills should include Microsoft Project and Office products is needed. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-08

Regulatory And Compliance Counsel

San Francisco CA Regulatory and Compliance Counsel The candidate will be providing advice to the firm business by identifying regulatory threats and opportunities in new and existing markets. Monitoring and understanding the regulatory landscape across a wide geographic area and anticipating risks and opportunities. Managing and driving execution of Legal initiatives designed to support business priorities. Working collaboratively and cross functionally with relevant internal stakeholders and with outside counsel to execute Legal deliverables. Serving as the primary point of contact to the Government Relations team (U.S. only). Building and managing relationships with key leaders across the Legal team and the company. Must have Juris Doctorate degree and a member in good standing with a State Bar. Should have 7-10 years relevant work experience, including government and/or in-house legal and regulatory work. Knowledge and experience working on a wide range of regulation impacting the e-commerce sector is required. Excellent oral communication including in-person and remote (e.g., phone, video conference) discussions is needed. Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2017-12-07

Compliance Attorney I

Eagan MN Compliance Attorney I The candidate will manage responsibilities include research and analysis of designated content streams to support content creation and preparation, monitoring of trends and developments within assigned topical areas, and troubleshooting of content and production issues. Will analyze statutes and regulations and writes plain-English synopsis summarizing compliance requirements. Review and edit legal information created by other employees. Identify key legal issues in editorial materials. Adhere to editorial publishing schedules and quality standards. Verify own work as required for accuracy, completeness, and quality and ensures that the information is properly presented and organized. Maintain and develops legal knowledge and skills training as required to complete work and stay current on legal trends and developments related to the employee s editorial responsibilities. Participate in the employee evaluation process (both wider feedback and self-evaluation). Learn and grow from on-the job experiences, other staff members, courses, and self-study. Prioritize own work, and participates in prioritization of team or workgroup's workload as required. Assist in identifying business issues and proactively proposes solutions and implements as directed. Interpret customer needs, assesses requirements and proactively identifies and implements solutions within guidelines. Law degree from an accredited law school is needed. Maintain law license with the required Chartered Legal Executive is essential. Must have passed the Bar is needed. Strong legal research, writing, and analytical skill is needed. Demonstrates proficiency on company specific systems necessary to perform job functions and in navigation and on-line research tool is needed. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-07

Compliance Manager/Legal Counsel

Boston MA Compliance Manager/Legal Counsel The candidate will oversee regulatory compliance and mortgage licensing processes for the entire organization. The Compliance Manager/Legal Counsel also provides support for the corporation s Mortgage Operations and other operations in the areas of: contract preparation and approval processing, Regulatory compliance and corporate record-keeping functions. Report to the CEO and works closely with the corporation s lawyers, designated outside legal counsel, and various client groups. Oversee company, branch, and individual licensing processes. Ensure the corporation obtains and maintains all necessary licenses in good standing. Facilitate annual license renewals and all required filings and reports to ensure business continuity. Oversee compliance auditing and assures that it is completed per the corporation s internal policies and in compliance with all applicable federal and state law. Supervise the corporation s 21-day conditional employment program. Provide ongoing training and support for new hires during study period and throughout license application process. Monitor program outcomes and provide regular reports to the CEO. Track department progress per established department goals and metrics. Serve as company regulatory contact. Respond to regulatory inquiries, examinations, and consumer complaints. Provide ongoing reports to CEO regarding regulatory activity. Ensure corporate state and local filings and reports, including Secretary of State filings, mortgage call reports, and annual state reports, are accurate and filed prior to applicable deadlines. Maintain calendar of required corporate filings. Monitor regulatory changes and ensure the corporation s compliance with such changes. Draft public comments, open letters, and other positions pieces regarding regulatory and other legal or compliance matters. Provide support and coordination in connection with the documentation of proposals and contracts with customers, host venues, contractors, and suppliers, as well as with various utilities, governmental units and other infrastructure owners. This support includes the maintenance of standard contract forms, preparation of first drafts of contracts based on the forms, checking the assembled proposals and contract document packages and coordinating the processes and procedures for final approval, delivery to the counterparty and execution by the authorized personnel. Participate in and provide support for the development and administration of the contracts and policies database, including generation of summaries of key terms and support for internal communications and reporting to facilitate the corporation s compliance with the terms of executed agreements. Organize and maintain permanent paper and electronic files and records of all the corporation contracts; support the efforts of the legal and finance/accounting teams in establishing and maintaining the corporation s compliance programs, including processes for compliance with all applicable regulations and franchise and other filings and reports. Organize and maintain permanent paper and electronic files and records of all regulatory filings. Organize and maintain official corporate records for the Company and its various subsidiaries charters, by-laws, annual reports to jurisdictions, minute books, stock records, etc. Provide ongoing company training on compliance issues. Supervise various projects as directed by the CEO. Provide exceptional customer service to both internal and external customers.

The candidate must have a B.A. or B.S. degree. Should be licensed to practice law in at least one jurisdiction. Should have 3 years of experience in compliance. Experience in mortgage business is preferred. A thorough understanding of quality control, underwriting, regulation, and internal audit procedures is preferred. Should have knowledge of mortgages, bank services, policies, and procedures.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-06

Counsel - Compliance

Houston TX Counsel Responsibilities : The candidate will support the Chief Compliance Officer in managing the Company's global compliance program, with a focus on contracts and third-party agent due diligence. Assist the Chief Compliance Officer on legal issues including but not limited to anti-corruption laws, antitrust, import/export controls, trade sanctions and boycotts. Review all compliance-related contract provisions, including drilling contract, joint venture agreements, vendor contracts, and master service agreements. Review and revise all drilling contracts to meet company contract guidelines and ensure the company is protected from a compliance perspective. Vet, evaluate and monitor proposed joint venture partners and transactions. Conduct legal/compliance due diligence of proposed joint venture partners in different jurisdictions. Responsible for all third party monitoring and approvals, including third-party intermediaries. Assist the Chief Compliance Officer on Intermediary Committee related activities. Oversee compliance department hold alerts. Manage external compliance due diligence questionnaires, certification requests and other related matters. Manage all compliance-related aspects of rig sales. Manage and coordinate outside counsel's activities on compliance matters. Participate in in-country audits of third-party intermediaries. Provide in-person compliance training to employees and business partners on topical compliance risk areas. Participate in the development of in-person and online compliance training. Participate in internal and external investigations, as necessary. Other duties as assigned.

Requirements : The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate Degree from an accredited college or university. Minimum of 4 years of legal experience (combination of law firm and in-house). Licensed to practice law and in good standing in the state of Texas or another US state. Foreign language capabilities, particularly Portuguese and French (Preferred). Detailed understanding of anti-corruption laws including the FCPA and the UK Bribery Act. Demonstrates ethical judgment and ability to work in a highly confidential and results-oriented environment. Ability to gather and analyze/synthesize data, confirming its accuracy and adequacy as an integral part of the collective analysis/synthesis process. Demonstrated effective leadership and influencing skills and practices. Strong organizational skills with high level of attention to detail and accuracy. Ability to interact with individuals throughout the organization and outside counsel in a professional manner. Commitment to company's high standard of safety and willing and able to comply with all safety laws, as well as company's safety policies standards and procedures. Able to display commitment to company's safety culture through personal behavior and willingness to influence others. Must be willing to report safety violations and potential safety violations to appropriate supervisory or management personnel. Ability to maintain organization in a changing environment. Ability to multi-task and establish priorities. Must have strong communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively. Must have excellent team-working and organizational skills. Work effectively alone or as part of a team on projects. Exercise sound judgments and make decisions in a manner consistent with the essential job functions. Maintain flexible attitude and approach towards assignments and successfully operate under ambiguous guidelines. Able to maintain regular and acceptable attendance. Available and willing to travel to such locations and with such frequency as determined necessary to meet business needs. PC proficiency required - competency with Microsoft Office Software suite version 2007 or greater.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2017-12-03

Manager / Senior Manager, Compliance Counsel, Global Compliance and Ethics

San Rafael CA Manager / Senior Manager, Compliance Counsel, Global Compliance and Ethics The candidate will assist the Associate Director, Global Compliance and Ethics in analyzing and addressing risk by developing, implementing, updating, monitoring, and enforcing the compliance policies, initiatives, and processes of company and its subsidiaries' as part of the Global Compliance Program (GCP). Will develop expertise in the legal and compliance risk areas facing rare-disease biopharmaceutical companies (e.g., advertising & promotion, fraud and abuse, anti-kickback, privacy, GXP, and false claims act statutes). Support the development, implementation, and maintenance of GCP activities, including counseling and training on compliance policies, anti-bribery/anti-corruption laws, healthcare compliance regulations, privacy, and transparency/aggregate spend regulatory requirements. Draft memoranda providing legal analysis and risk-based recommendations regarding the compliance rules and regulations (e.g., advertising and promotion, fraud and abuse, anti-kickback, privacy, and false claims act statutes) implicated by proposed or existing business strategies. Counsel internal brand teams regarding the aforementioned compliance rules and regulations, FDA and OIG guidance documents, and industry codes (e.g. PhRMA) as they relate to business activities and communications with healthcare professionals and/or patients or patient advocacy organizations. Assist with coordination and management of healthcare auditing and monitoring program, as well as development and maintenance of GCP recordkeeping and metrics tracking systems. Develop familiarity with broader organization to identify, analyze, and mitigate risk. Assist with investigation of alleged violations of compliance policies, laws, regulations, or procedures. Develop and implement corrective action plans where compliance violations have been established. Assist with the review and analysis of advertising and promotional initiatives, pipeline products/clinical trial recruitment materials, grants/donations and sponsorships, government price reporting and related research on FDA/OIG enforcement activities. Assist with creation of training plan and training modules in connection with compliance policies, including but not limited to: new hire orientation, anti-bribery and anti-corruption program, privacy, and promotional regulations. Present trainings to business units as needed. Prepare monthly briefing documents to keep Executive Management up-to-date on latest industry events and trends including OIG and FDA enforcement statistics, CIA trends, global enforcement trends, and analysis of OPRP/DDMAC warning and untitled letters. Work with internal functional areas to provide advice and counsel, ensure appropriate/adequate training, and support adherence to policies/procedures relating to compliance matters. Maintain current understanding of laws and regulations applicable to pharmaceutical/biotechnology compliance, along with recent industry trends and changes. Coordinate project management of various GCP related activities and requirements, including management and coordination of outside consultants.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and J.D. degree. Must have 2-4 years of experience practicing law or working in the pharmaceutical/healthcare compliance field. Experience in-house, at a regulatory agency, or at a major law firm strongly preferred. Should have experience with, or eagerness to become expert in, compliance issues confronting the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and/or healthcare industry. Experience with, or eagerness to develop knowledge and understanding of, the requirements for effective compliance programs as set forth in OIG Guidance and the Federal Sentencing Guidelines is needed. Should have experience with, or eagerness to develop knowledge and understanding of, the legal and regulatory framework affecting the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry including: sales and marketing fraud and abuse issues, OIG and other industry guidance documents, FDA regulations on the promotion of marketed products, clinical trial regulations, and issues arising under the Anti-Kickback Statute and the False Claims Act. Must be willing to travel, including internationally, as necessary.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2017-12-03

Assistant General Counsel ̢ ? ?? Commercial And Compliance

Uniondale NY Assistant General Counsel Commercial and Compliance The candidate will under the leadership and direction of the General Counsel, provides legal counsel and represents the interests of the firm's (the Authority ) and its subsidiary, the firm's Lighting Company d/b/a firm's, (collectively referred to herein as firm's ) as well as that of the Utility Debt Securitization Authority. Will be drafting, managing, coordinating and participating in contract negotiations (or overseeing the Authority s Service Provider, PSEG firm's, or outside counsel in same) related to power purchase agreements and related financings. Negotiating with outside parties on certain other contractual issues and legal disputes related to real estate, tax and environmental matters, including settlement conferences. Coordinating dispute resolution proceedings of complex commercial matters across a variety of subject matters. Advising senior management on a broad range of federal and state regulatory and compliance matters, including: Providing legal guidance to the Procurement Department including liaising with the NYS Office of the State Controller and the NYS Office of the Attorney General. Advising on Minority and Woman Owned Business Enterprise ( MWBE ) and Service Disabled Veteran s Owned Business ( SDVOB ) compliance issues. Participating in the execution of firm's and UDSA s legal and regulatory compliance program including obligations pursuant the Public Officers Law, Public Authorities Law, New York State Finance Law, NYS Executive Law, NYS Executive Orders, firm's Codes of Ethics and Conduct, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the New York State Department of Public Service, NYS Administrative Law, NYS Energy Law, and firm's Debt Covenants. and Preparing presentations and reports regarding compliance matters for firm's senior management and the Board of Trustees and the UDSA Board of Trustees. Preparing materials for the Board of Trustees of firm's and UDSA related to or stemming from the responsibilities listed above. May be assigned matters outside the principal responsibilities listed.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree or LLM degree and admission to the New York State Bar with 5+ years of relevant experience practicing in a large law firm or in-house with a large corporation. Strong oral and written communication skills is required.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2017-11-30

Assistant General Counsel, Privacy Compliance

Plano TX Assistant General Counsel, Privacy Compliance The candidate will be overseeing enterprise compliance with general privacy laws, including GLBA and state equivalents, HIPAA, FCRA, privacy notice obligations, and other applicable privacy laws and regulations. Provides expert complex legal services for one or more departments. Draft and implement all applicable privacy policies and procedures for the company. Oversee appropriate notice distribution and opt out process. Review proposed data use cases and assist with corporate data governance function. Assist business unit attorneys with matters of privacy law. Work closely with business unit leaders. Participate in industry and professional groups on behalf of the company. Prepares or advises on complex legal documents or briefs such as: leases, licenses, purchase or sales agreements, employment contracts, litigation pleadings, insurance contracts or other company legal documents. Plans, conducts and supervises legal assignments which may have a major bearing on the conduct of the company s business. Conduct or participate in major and unique company litigation. Works closely with top management advising on changes in laws and regulations. Evaluates the impact on the company and may develop the company s position on the changes. Must have JD degree and State Bar admission. Should have 8-12 years of experience. Legal 8 - 12 Full-time 2017-11-30
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Attorney Representative
In-House,GENEX Services, LLC
Location : Raleigh, NC, United States

Attorney Representative The candidate will represent claimants in administrative hearings before the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review. Will manage caseload of complex Title II and Title XVI disability cases in preparation for hearing. Co... + read more

dec 12, 2017


Head - Ethics And Compliance
In-House,Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc.
Location : Denver, CO, United States

Head - Ethics and Compliance The candidate will lead compliance initiatives required to ensure that the firm complies with applicable law and the firm?s Code of Conduct. The Head of Ethics and Compliance will further ensure that all of the firm?s co... + read more

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Counsel - Healthcare Compliance
Refer job# RFPX136878
 
Counsel - Healthcare Compliance The candidate will provide legal and compliance support to the State Market Oversight and Transactions Team primarily related to state holding company laws and regulations, but on other state insurance regulatory matters as needed, including insurance license expansions and withdrawals, corporate initiatives, and market conduct examinations. Demonstrate ability to effectively manage complex insurance regulatory matters independently. Accurately analyze risks and recommends alternative approaches. Develop and maintain strong knowledge of regulatory environment affecting business. Efficiently resolve legal and compliance issues. Effectively manage relationships with outside counsel, clients and various management team members. Responsible for providing legal and regulatory guidance and support to ensure the company is in compliance with state holding company laws and for regulatory work related to company licensing and other corporate initiatives as well as guidance on market conduct matters as appropriate. Work in partnership with the Sr. Compliance Specialist, Insurance Regulatory. Assess intercompany transactions, including affiliate agreements, borrowing and lending, dividends and acquisitions to determine holding company law implications and to develop and submit the more complex filings to state regulators for approval. Draft or assist with drafting of agreements in support of holding company compliance. Develop and maintain strong partnerships with all business teams and others within the Legal Department to ensure transparency regarding project status and satisfaction of business needs and initiatives. Develop and maintain partnership with International team members to ensure any foreign transactions with domestic impact are reviewed and filings made to support compliance with US holding company laws. Lead regulatory support for corporate licensing and other initiatives and well as provide regulatory support, as necessary, on market conduct examination matters. Responsible, in partnership with the Sr. Compliance Specialist, for the maintenance of operational policies and procedures related to holding company compliance. Develop and maintain strong knowledge of holding company system. Develop and maintain strong partnerships with state regulators and internal clients and provide regular status updates on project work. Maintain project status via team s intake and inventory process. Conduct research and provide legal and compliance guidance on other insurance regulatory matters such as insurance licensing initiatives, legal entity realignments, and market conduct examination matters; provide guidance and work collaboratively with legal, compliance, and business partners. Work closely with internal clients to provide creative, pro-active, solution-oriented advice to support and protect business goals and objectives. Responsible for developing and maintaining a strong understanding of the key aspects of the company s global strategy to effectively advise clients on substantive issues related to state insurance regulatory requirements. Law degree; 5+ years of corporate regulatory or law firm experience in the healthcare field required. Strong analytical, negotiating and communication skills and proven ability to develop and manage relationships with business clients required. Prior experience working directly with state Departments of Insurance required. Financial background helpful. Technologically proficient with Word, PowerPoint and Outlook required. Ability: to maintain customer-focus as well as bring a creative approach to problem solving; to efficiently manage a substantial number of issues and perform at a high level in a dynamic team environment required. Knowledge of laws governing the healthcare business required. Preference for knowledge of general corporate laws and holding company structure.
 
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Counsel - Healthcare Compliance
Refer job# AUMK136879
 
Counsel - Healthcare Compliance The candidate will manage counsel, enterprise compliance is responsible for providing legal and regulatory guidance and support to ensure is in compliance with state holding company laws and for regulatory work related to company licensing and other corporate initiatives as well as guidance on market conduct matters as appropriate. Counsel will work in partnership with the Sr. Compliance Specialist, Insurance Regulatory. Will assess intercompany transactions, including affiliate agreements, borrowing and lending, dividends and acquisitions to determine holding company law implications and to develop and submit the more complex filings to state regulators for approval. Draft or assist with drafting of agreements in support of holding company compliance. Develop and maintain strong partnerships with all business teams and others within the Legal Dep t to ensure transparency regarding project status and satisfaction of business needs and initiatives. Develop and maintain partnership with International team members to ensure any foreign transactions with domestic impact are reviewed and filings made to support compliance with US holding company laws. Lead regulatory support for corporate licensing and other initiatives and well as provide regulatory support, as necessary, on market conduct examination matters. Responsible, in partnership with the Sr. Compliance Specialist, for the maintenance of operational policies and procedures related to holding company compliance. Develop and maintain strong knowledge of firm s holding company system. Develop and maintain strong partnerships with state regulators and internal clients and provide regular status updates on project work. Maintain project status via team s intake and inventory process. Conduct research and provide legal and compliance guidance on other insurance regulatory matters such as insurance licensing initiatives, legal entity realignments, and market conduct examination matters; provide guidance and work collaboratively with legal, compliance, and business partners. Works closely with internal clients to provide creative, pro-active, solution-oriented advice to support and protect business goals and objectives. Responsible for developing and maintaining a strong understanding of the key aspects of firm's global strategy to effectively advise clients on substantive issues related to state insurance regulatory requirements.

The candidate should have 5+ years of corporate regulatory or law firm experience in the healthcare field Bar membership. Strong analytical, negotiating and communication skills and proven ability to develop and manage relationships with business client is needed. Prior experience working directly with state Departments of Insurance is advantageous. Financial background is helpful. Technologically proficient with Word, PowerPoint and Outlook is needed.
 
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Senior Director and Counsel, Trade Compliance and Investigations
Refer job# JGYB136873
 
Senior Director and Counsel, Trade Compliance and Investigations The candidate will lead all internal trade compliance reviews and investigations and oversee any disclosures and corrective actions that may be required. Will be responsible for ensuring the development and maintenance of robust trade investigation and audit tracking systems and for reporting and metrics related to investigations, disclosures and corrective actions. Act as point of contact on investigations and information requests involving trade control related government enforcement agencies. Lead internal investigations and reviews of deviations from policies and procedures and any possible resulting export/import compliance violations. Oversee internal and external resources supporting complex investigations, providing both subject matter expertise and internal leadership for the company to ensure timely completion of investigations and disclosures. Lead the development of disclosures and reports required to report compliance errors to various government agencies in the U.S. and other countries. Develop post-audit corrective actions and work with the business on effective implementation; verify completion. Develop and maintain tracking systems for trade compliance investigations, disclosures, and corrective actions. Assist in developing and implementing procedures, desk instructions and compliance tools designed to address gaps identified through the investigation process in order to help the organization in its goal of achieving full compliance with export controls. Lead the development and implementation of a strong open reporting program in respect to trade control concerns including the development of trainings for internal stakeholders on how to identify trade related red flags. Lead development of trade focused internal audit program and support external trade related audits including ensuring the tracking and closing of any resulting corrective actions. Must have Bachelor s degree and law degree. Should have 5+ years of experience of legal investigation and compliance related work. Experience in investigatory and audit techniques; top law firm background is desired. Prior extensive experience leading corporate investigations is required. Computer skills should include Microsoft Project and Office products is needed.
 
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Regulatory And Compliance Counsel
Refer job# UUNF136853
 
Regulatory and Compliance Counsel The candidate will be providing advice to the firm business by identifying regulatory threats and opportunities in new and existing markets. Monitoring and understanding the regulatory landscape across a wide geographic area and anticipating risks and opportunities. Managing and driving execution of Legal initiatives designed to support business priorities. Working collaboratively and cross functionally with relevant internal stakeholders and with outside counsel to execute Legal deliverables. Serving as the primary point of contact to the Government Relations team (U.S. only). Building and managing relationships with key leaders across the Legal team and the company. Must have Juris Doctorate degree and a member in good standing with a State Bar. Should have 7-10 years relevant work experience, including government and/or in-house legal and regulatory work. Knowledge and experience working on a wide range of regulation impacting the e-commerce sector is required. Excellent oral communication including in-person and remote (e.g., phone, video conference) discussions is needed.
 
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Compliance Attorney I
Refer job# GFDO136864
 
Compliance Attorney I The candidate will manage responsibilities include research and analysis of designated content streams to support content creation and preparation, monitoring of trends and developments within assigned topical areas, and troubleshooting of content and production issues. Will analyze statutes and regulations and writes plain-English synopsis summarizing compliance requirements. Review and edit legal information created by other employees. Identify key legal issues in editorial materials. Adhere to editorial publishing schedules and quality standards. Verify own work as required for accuracy, completeness, and quality and ensures that the information is properly presented and organized. Maintain and develops legal knowledge and skills training as required to complete work and stay current on legal trends and developments related to the employee s editorial responsibilities. Participate in the employee evaluation process (both wider feedback and self-evaluation). Learn and grow from on-the job experiences, other staff members, courses, and self-study. Prioritize own work, and participates in prioritization of team or workgroup's workload as required. Assist in identifying business issues and proactively proposes solutions and implements as directed. Interpret customer needs, assesses requirements and proactively identifies and implements solutions within guidelines. Law degree from an accredited law school is needed. Maintain law license with the required Chartered Legal Executive is essential. Must have passed the Bar is needed. Strong legal research, writing, and analytical skill is needed. Demonstrates proficiency on company specific systems necessary to perform job functions and in navigation and on-line research tool is needed.
 
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Compliance Manager/Legal Counsel
Refer job# WJQN136830
 
Compliance Manager/Legal Counsel The candidate will oversee regulatory compliance and mortgage licensing processes for the entire organization. The Compliance Manager/Legal Counsel also provides support for the corporation s Mortgage Operations and other operations in the areas of: contract preparation and approval processing, Regulatory compliance and corporate record-keeping functions. Report to the CEO and works closely with the corporation s lawyers, designated outside legal counsel, and various client groups. Oversee company, branch, and individual licensing processes. Ensure the corporation obtains and maintains all necessary licenses in good standing. Facilitate annual license renewals and all required filings and reports to ensure business continuity. Oversee compliance auditing and assures that it is completed per the corporation s internal policies and in compliance with all applicable federal and state law. Supervise the corporation s 21-day conditional employment program. Provide ongoing training and support for new hires during study period and throughout license application process. Monitor program outcomes and provide regular reports to the CEO. Track department progress per established department goals and metrics. Serve as company regulatory contact. Respond to regulatory inquiries, examinations, and consumer complaints. Provide ongoing reports to CEO regarding regulatory activity. Ensure corporate state and local filings and reports, including Secretary of State filings, mortgage call reports, and annual state reports, are accurate and filed prior to applicable deadlines. Maintain calendar of required corporate filings. Monitor regulatory changes and ensure the corporation s compliance with such changes. Draft public comments, open letters, and other positions pieces regarding regulatory and other legal or compliance matters. Provide support and coordination in connection with the documentation of proposals and contracts with customers, host venues, contractors, and suppliers, as well as with various utilities, governmental units and other infrastructure owners. This support includes the maintenance of standard contract forms, preparation of first drafts of contracts based on the forms, checking the assembled proposals and contract document packages and coordinating the processes and procedures for final approval, delivery to the counterparty and execution by the authorized personnel. Participate in and provide support for the development and administration of the contracts and policies database, including generation of summaries of key terms and support for internal communications and reporting to facilitate the corporation s compliance with the terms of executed agreements. Organize and maintain permanent paper and electronic files and records of all the corporation contracts; support the efforts of the legal and finance/accounting teams in establishing and maintaining the corporation s compliance programs, including processes for compliance with all applicable regulations and franchise and other filings and reports. Organize and maintain permanent paper and electronic files and records of all regulatory filings. Organize and maintain official corporate records for the Company and its various subsidiaries charters, by-laws, annual reports to jurisdictions, minute books, stock records, etc. Provide ongoing company training on compliance issues. Supervise various projects as directed by the CEO. Provide exceptional customer service to both internal and external customers.

The candidate must have a B.A. or B.S. degree. Should be licensed to practice law in at least one jurisdiction. Should have 3 years of experience in compliance. Experience in mortgage business is preferred. A thorough understanding of quality control, underwriting, regulation, and internal audit procedures is preferred. Should have knowledge of mortgages, bank services, policies, and procedures.
 
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Counsel - Compliance
Refer job# FDMZ136803
 
Counsel Responsibilities : The candidate will support the Chief Compliance Officer in managing the Company's global compliance program, with a focus on contracts and third-party agent due diligence. Assist the Chief Compliance Officer on legal issues including but not limited to anti-corruption laws, antitrust, import/export controls, trade sanctions and boycotts. Review all compliance-related contract provisions, including drilling contract, joint venture agreements, vendor contracts, and master service agreements. Review and revise all drilling contracts to meet company contract guidelines and ensure the company is protected from a compliance perspective. Vet, evaluate and monitor proposed joint venture partners and transactions. Conduct legal/compliance due diligence of proposed joint venture partners in different jurisdictions. Responsible for all third party monitoring and approvals, including third-party intermediaries. Assist the Chief Compliance Officer on Intermediary Committee related activities. Oversee compliance department hold alerts. Manage external compliance due diligence questionnaires, certification requests and other related matters. Manage all compliance-related aspects of rig sales. Manage and coordinate outside counsel's activities on compliance matters. Participate in in-country audits of third-party intermediaries. Provide in-person compliance training to employees and business partners on topical compliance risk areas. Participate in the development of in-person and online compliance training. Participate in internal and external investigations, as necessary. Other duties as assigned.

Requirements : The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate Degree from an accredited college or university. Minimum of 4 years of legal experience (combination of law firm and in-house). Licensed to practice law and in good standing in the state of Texas or another US state. Foreign language capabilities, particularly Portuguese and French (Preferred). Detailed understanding of anti-corruption laws including the FCPA and the UK Bribery Act. Demonstrates ethical judgment and ability to work in a highly confidential and results-oriented environment. Ability to gather and analyze/synthesize data, confirming its accuracy and adequacy as an integral part of the collective analysis/synthesis process. Demonstrated effective leadership and influencing skills and practices. Strong organizational skills with high level of attention to detail and accuracy. Ability to interact with individuals throughout the organization and outside counsel in a professional manner. Commitment to company's high standard of safety and willing and able to comply with all safety laws, as well as company's safety policies standards and procedures. Able to display commitment to company's safety culture through personal behavior and willingness to influence others. Must be willing to report safety violations and potential safety violations to appropriate supervisory or management personnel. Ability to maintain organization in a changing environment. Ability to multi-task and establish priorities. Must have strong communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively. Must have excellent team-working and organizational skills. Work effectively alone or as part of a team on projects. Exercise sound judgments and make decisions in a manner consistent with the essential job functions. Maintain flexible attitude and approach towards assignments and successfully operate under ambiguous guidelines. Able to maintain regular and acceptable attendance. Available and willing to travel to such locations and with such frequency as determined necessary to meet business needs. PC proficiency required - competency with Microsoft Office Software suite version 2007 or greater.
 
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Manager / Senior Manager, Compliance Counsel, Global Compliance and Ethics
Refer job# WGPC136805
 
Manager / Senior Manager, Compliance Counsel, Global Compliance and Ethics The candidate will assist the Associate Director, Global Compliance and Ethics in analyzing and addressing risk by developing, implementing, updating, monitoring, and enforcing the compliance policies, initiatives, and processes of company and its subsidiaries' as part of the Global Compliance Program (GCP). Will develop expertise in the legal and compliance risk areas facing rare-disease biopharmaceutical companies (e.g., advertising & promotion, fraud and abuse, anti-kickback, privacy, GXP, and false claims act statutes). Support the development, implementation, and maintenance of GCP activities, including counseling and training on compliance policies, anti-bribery/anti-corruption laws, healthcare compliance regulations, privacy, and transparency/aggregate spend regulatory requirements. Draft memoranda providing legal analysis and risk-based recommendations regarding the compliance rules and regulations (e.g., advertising and promotion, fraud and abuse, anti-kickback, privacy, and false claims act statutes) implicated by proposed or existing business strategies. Counsel internal brand teams regarding the aforementioned compliance rules and regulations, FDA and OIG guidance documents, and industry codes (e.g. PhRMA) as they relate to business activities and communications with healthcare professionals and/or patients or patient advocacy organizations. Assist with coordination and management of healthcare auditing and monitoring program, as well as development and maintenance of GCP recordkeeping and metrics tracking systems. Develop familiarity with broader organization to identify, analyze, and mitigate risk. Assist with investigation of alleged violations of compliance policies, laws, regulations, or procedures. Develop and implement corrective action plans where compliance violations have been established. Assist with the review and analysis of advertising and promotional initiatives, pipeline products/clinical trial recruitment materials, grants/donations and sponsorships, government price reporting and related research on FDA/OIG enforcement activities. Assist with creation of training plan and training modules in connection with compliance policies, including but not limited to: new hire orientation, anti-bribery and anti-corruption program, privacy, and promotional regulations. Present trainings to business units as needed. Prepare monthly briefing documents to keep Executive Management up-to-date on latest industry events and trends including OIG and FDA enforcement statistics, CIA trends, global enforcement trends, and analysis of OPRP/DDMAC warning and untitled letters. Work with internal functional areas to provide advice and counsel, ensure appropriate/adequate training, and support adherence to policies/procedures relating to compliance matters. Maintain current understanding of laws and regulations applicable to pharmaceutical/biotechnology compliance, along with recent industry trends and changes. Coordinate project management of various GCP related activities and requirements, including management and coordination of outside consultants.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree and J.D. degree. Must have 2-4 years of experience practicing law or working in the pharmaceutical/healthcare compliance field. Experience in-house, at a regulatory agency, or at a major law firm strongly preferred. Should have experience with, or eagerness to become expert in, compliance issues confronting the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and/or healthcare industry. Experience with, or eagerness to develop knowledge and understanding of, the requirements for effective compliance programs as set forth in OIG Guidance and the Federal Sentencing Guidelines is needed. Should have experience with, or eagerness to develop knowledge and understanding of, the legal and regulatory framework affecting the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry including: sales and marketing fraud and abuse issues, OIG and other industry guidance documents, FDA regulations on the promotion of marketed products, clinical trial regulations, and issues arising under the Anti-Kickback Statute and the False Claims Act. Must be willing to travel, including internationally, as necessary.
 
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Assistant General Counsel ̢ ? ?? Commercial And Compliance
Refer job# EBAN136775
 
Assistant General Counsel Commercial and Compliance The candidate will under the leadership and direction of the General Counsel, provides legal counsel and represents the interests of the firm's (the Authority ) and its subsidiary, the firm's Lighting Company d/b/a firm's, (collectively referred to herein as firm's ) as well as that of the Utility Debt Securitization Authority. Will be drafting, managing, coordinating and participating in contract negotiations (or overseeing the Authority s Service Provider, PSEG firm's, or outside counsel in same) related to power purchase agreements and related financings. Negotiating with outside parties on certain other contractual issues and legal disputes related to real estate, tax and environmental matters, including settlement conferences. Coordinating dispute resolution proceedings of complex commercial matters across a variety of subject matters. Advising senior management on a broad range of federal and state regulatory and compliance matters, including: Providing legal guidance to the Procurement Department including liaising with the NYS Office of the State Controller and the NYS Office of the Attorney General. Advising on Minority and Woman Owned Business Enterprise ( MWBE ) and Service Disabled Veteran s Owned Business ( SDVOB ) compliance issues. Participating in the execution of firm's and UDSA s legal and regulatory compliance program including obligations pursuant the Public Officers Law, Public Authorities Law, New York State Finance Law, NYS Executive Law, NYS Executive Orders, firm's Codes of Ethics and Conduct, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the New York State Department of Public Service, NYS Administrative Law, NYS Energy Law, and firm's Debt Covenants. and Preparing presentations and reports regarding compliance matters for firm's senior management and the Board of Trustees and the UDSA Board of Trustees. Preparing materials for the Board of Trustees of firm's and UDSA related to or stemming from the responsibilities listed above. May be assigned matters outside the principal responsibilities listed.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor degree or LLM degree and admission to the New York State Bar with 5+ years of relevant experience practicing in a large law firm or in-house with a large corporation. Strong oral and written communication skills is required.
 
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Assistant General Counsel, Privacy Compliance
Refer job# QLER136776
 
Assistant General Counsel, Privacy Compliance The candidate will be overseeing enterprise compliance with general privacy laws, including GLBA and state equivalents, HIPAA, FCRA, privacy notice obligations, and other applicable privacy laws and regulations. Provides expert complex legal services for one or more departments. Draft and implement all applicable privacy policies and procedures for the company. Oversee appropriate notice distribution and opt out process. Review proposed data use cases and assist with corporate data governance function. Assist business unit attorneys with matters of privacy law. Work closely with business unit leaders. Participate in industry and professional groups on behalf of the company. Prepares or advises on complex legal documents or briefs such as: leases, licenses, purchase or sales agreements, employment contracts, litigation pleadings, insurance contracts or other company legal documents. Plans, conducts and supervises legal assignments which may have a major bearing on the conduct of the company s business. Conduct or participate in major and unique company litigation. Works closely with top management advising on changes in laws and regulations. Evaluates the impact on the company and may develop the company s position on the changes. Must have JD degree and State Bar admission. Should have 8-12 years of experience.
 
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