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Corporate - M&A Attorney / Corporate - Securities and Capital Markets Attorney / Labor & Employment

Pittsburgh PA Counsel The candidate will manage a broad range of legal matters with a focus on litigation and dispute resolution involving customers, suppliers, employees, and other third parties. Will collaborate with business leaders and cross-functional teams to effectively mitigate commercial risks, support corporate strategies and business objectives, and effectively advise and train business personnel concerning day-to-day commercial, contractual, compliance and other corporate matters. Handle and lead a variety of legal matters, including complex legal matters, and projects. Lead project teams and cross-functional groups. Supervise and provide direction to other team members. Provide practical and actionable advice to management on legal matters, developments and changes in laws and regulations, develops policies and ensures compliance in those areas. Negotiate, draft, and review legal documents and agreements to accomplish business objectives.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with excellent academic credentials. Must be a PA licensed attorney with a diverse legal background and 6+ years (8+ years preferred) of experience handling a variety of complex commercial and dispute-related matters. Should have significant experience in a law firm, preferably a national or major regional firm, or in-house department, preferably for a large corporation. Must have subject matter expertise in one ore more practice areas, including business litigation, commercial law and sales, mergers and acquisitions, employment law, securities and financing, etc. Complex legal document drafting, review, and negotiations skills are required.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2019-12-01

Legal, Securities Division Marquee Attorney, Vice President

New York City NY Legal, Securities Division Marquee Attorney, Vice President Principal Responsibilities: Advise on the strategy, development, expansion and marketing of the Marquee platform, including legal and regulatory analysis of new platform initiatives across digital products (data, software and content) and asset classes (stock, bonds, indices, derivatives, synthetics, interest rate products) delivered through APIs, review of marketing initiatives and advising on the competitive landscape. Lead the development of the Legal Department model to manage structuring, negotiation and approval of client commercial arrangements for Marquee products and services, including considerations for click-through and service level arrangements, cyber and information security protocols, cloud storage, cross- border tax and regulatory implications, including MiFID II and Investment Advisors Act of 1940. Serve as central coordinator within the Legal Department for cross asset initiatives. Partner with the technology and contracts legal and vendor management teams on licensing and market data analysis. Manage outside counsel. Collaborate across control groups to drive execution and ensure consistency in risk management.

The candidate should have 7+ years legal experience post JD degree. Experience in advising on digital platforms for financial products and/or data services offered by financial services institutions. Substantive knowledge of broker dealer regulation, including Securities Exchange Act, Bank Holding Company and Financial Holding Company regulatory principles and intellectual property and privacy laws. Outstanding law firm credentials and relevant in-house experience in financial services company or fin-tech. Excellent organizational skills with the ability to manage several simultaneous projects under deadlines. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; the ability to clearly articulate ideas and develop stakeholder relationships.
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-29

Director, Corporate Counsel, Corporate Securities Governance

Seattle WA Director, Corporate Counsel, Corporate Securities Governance Duties: Will work as a member of the Corporate & Securities team in the Law & Corporate Affairs Department to ensure compliance with public company reporting and filing requirements, and to support Starbucks corporate governance, securities law compliance, Treasury and 34 Act disclosures. The areas of focus for this role will include 34 Act compliance (including proxy statement oversight), treasury work (bond offerings, share repurchases, and hedging instruments), Board of Directors support (including support for the Compensation Committee of the Starbucks Board of Directors). Will lead cross-functional projects with other Starbucks teams. Provide strategic legal counsel to leaders including the General Counsel, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, vp, Investor Relations, Chief Partner Officer and Board of Directors committees. Team with L&CA partners and business partners to provide cross-functional support, including on corporate governance, treasury matters, 34 Act reporting and other public company compliance and disclosures.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school. License to practice law in pertinent jurisdictions. 9+ years of relevant substantive legal experience in a law firm or company legal department. Experience managing cross-functional teams or projects. Preferred candidates will have experience both in law firm and in-house public company environments, and will have significant experience with federal securities laws, general corporate governance, corporate finance and strategic commercial transactions, preparation of proxy statements and shareholder meeting materials.
Legal 9 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-29

Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate And Securities

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate And Securities The candidate will be responsible for: Manage the preparation of SEC filings, including Form 10-K, Form 10-Q, Form 8-K, proxy statements and Section 16 filings, assist with Disclosure Committee process and ensure Oktas compliance with NASDAQ listing rules and requirements. Support Investor Relations, Marketing and Communications teams, including drafting and reviewing press releases, earnings releases, investor presentations and other materials, advise on Regulation FD and address other analyst, media and communication matters. Prepare for annual stockholder meetings, including planning and logistics. Assist in the coordination of board and committee meetings and provide legal support and governance advice on matters relating to board and committee best practices. Assist with corporate structure, including formation and maintenance of domestic and international subsidiaries and restructuring of corporate entities. Support major transactions, including M&A and strategic transactions. Coordinate with and efficiently manage external counsel. Assist on other matters as needed. Must have J.D. degree, strong academic credentials and California state bar membership. Should have 5+ years of relevant legal experience at a top firm or in-house (a combination is a plus). Must have significant experience coordinating securities filings, including Form 10-K, Form 10-Q, Form 8-K, proxy statements and Section 16 filings. Should have experience working with the SEC and NASDAQ, with significant knowledge of the 33 Act, 34 Act, Regulation FD and NASDAQ listing rules. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-21

Associate General Counsel, Securities & Governance

Plano TX Associate General Counsel, Securities & Governance Responsibilities: Advise the company and senior leadership on all aspects of the business on business risks and opportunities through a public company lens. In-house legal expert responsible for our public company reporting. Prepare and review Integers SEC filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, S-8s and Section 16 filings, and ensure compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations. Oversee policies and procedures relating to securities law compliance and disclosure matters, including the administration of Integers Insider Trading Policy. Serve as Assistant Secretary, advising on and supporting Integers corporate governance policies and matters, including reviewing/preparing Board and Committee agendas and materials, ensuring compliance with Board and Committee policies and charter documents, and drafting minutes. Partner with the Investor Relations on compliance oversight, investor engagement activities, and Integers Annual Meeting. Review external communications, including press releases, investor presentations, and other announcements, and significant internal communications. Advise on ISS/Glass Lewis voting policies. Stay up-to-date and keep relevant teams advised on external governance trends, SEC and NYSE developments, and best practices in an evolving regulatory landscape. Partner with Integers Human Resources team and have experience advising on company executive compensation practices, including senior management agreements, stock plan administration, executive agreements, incentive bonus plans and programs, severance plans and guidelines, and any related public company disclosure considerations. Collaborate with the Treasury and Accounting teams to ensure compliance with our credit. You understand accounting and corporate finance. Lead and support other projects from time to time, such as financing transactions. Work closely with our internal audit, SOX, and compliance teams and advise on public company compliance matters. Adheres to Integer Values and all safety, environmental, security and quality requirements including, but not limited to: Quality Management Systems (QMS), Safety, Environmental and Security Management Systems, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations, company policies and operating procedures, and other regulatory requirements. Performs other duties and functions as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree of Law. Must have 10+ years of substantive corporate securities and governance experience with a public company or a nationally recognized law firm. Extensive experience dealing with Boards of Directors and Committees. Competence as a lawyer; ability to manage heavy workload in a high-pressure environment. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills within and across departments and externally; must be proactive in providing counsel to clients. Sound judgment; ability to clearly make reasoned recommendations; ability to cross think and determine who should be kept informed. Self-starter with good business sense and a sense of urgency, honesty and fairness. Good team player, calm under pressure. Self-confident and inspires confidence from clients. Proficiency in Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint and all web-based applications.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2019-11-20

Senior Counsel, Securities

Glendale CA Senior Counsel, Securities The candidate will provide legal advice primarily regarding securities matters and corporate governance. Responsible for all corporate governance and securities matters. Manage all aspects of 1933 and 1934 Act compliance, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, S-8s, etc. Provide general public company representation, including with respect to annual meetings, earnings calls, stockholder and investor matters, listing exchange (NYSE) compliance, insider trading and Regulation FD compliance. Serve as primary legal support to finance department, including with respect to capital allocation, equity and debt offerings, large financing transactions, strategic transactions and M&A. Assist with preparation for and management of Board of Directors matters, meetings, and other governance related matters. Serve as primary legal support to executive compensation and benefits department, including supporting the 401(k) committee and stock plan administration. Manage all subsidiaries, including all governance- and compliance-related matters. Review earnings and non-earnings related press releases.

The candidate should have 5 to 15 years of securities legal experience in a law firm and/or corporation. J.D. from a top tier law school. Track record of initiative, problem solving, ownership of projects, and intellectual curiosity. Strong negotiation, interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills. Experienced in providing strategic and practical advice to business functions at all levels. Strong organizational and time management skills required. Team player who can work independently as well as collaboratively. Excellent judgment and discretion required. Ability to work in a matrix organization. Ability to influence business partners with a calm and professional demeanor. Previous in-house experience is preferred.
Legal 5 - 15 Full-time 2019-11-18

Senior Counsel, Securities

Glendale CA Senior Counsel, Securities The candidate will provide legal advice primarily regarding securities matters and corporate governance. Responsible for all corporate governance and securities matters. Manage all aspects of 1933 and 1934 Act compliance, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, S-8s, etc. Provide general public company representation, including with respect to annual meetings, earnings calls, stockholder and investor matters, listing exchange (NYSE) compliance, insider trading and Regulation FD compliance. Serve as primary legal support to finance department, including with respect to capital allocation, equity and debt offerings, large financing transactions, strategic transactions and M&A. Assist with preparation for and management of Board of Directors matters, meetings, and other governance related matters. Serve as primary legal support to executive compensation and benefits department, including supporting the 401(k) committee and stock plan administration. Manage all subsidiaries, including all governance- and compliance-related matters. Review earnings and non-earnings related press releases. 5 to 15 years of securities legal experience in a law firm and/or corporation. J.D. from a top tier law school. Track record of initiative, problem solving, ownership of projects, and intellectual curiosity. Strong negotiation, interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills. Experienced in providing strategic and practical advice to business functions at all levels. Strong organizational and time management skills required. Excellent judgment and discretion required. Previous in-house experience is preferred. Legal 5 - 15 Full-time 2019-11-18

Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate & Securities

Mountain View CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate and Securities Duties: Assisting internal SEC reporting team on preparation and filing of periodic reports on Form 10-Q and Form 10-K and current reports on Form 8-K, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, and other public company disclosure and capital markets issues. Collaborating on earnings releases, support the activities of the Disclosure Committee and assist in the preparation of annual stockholder meetings. Supporting our business teams in strategic transactions, like recent acquisitions of StorReduce and Compuverde. Assisting with corporate governance matters, including Board and Committee support, policies and charters. Ensuring compliance with NYSE rules. Administering and maintaining public company policies and procedures, including our Insider Trading Policy, and administration related to Pures EIP, ESPP, and 10b5-1 trading plans. Providing strategic legal advice to finance, communications, investor relations, HR, tax, and corporate development groups. Expanding responsibilities beyond corporate and securities to any number of areas may find interesting and helpful to long-term career goals.

Qualifications: JD Degree and California Bar with excellent academic credentials. 4-7 years of top-notch relevant experience in a national law firm and/or in-house role. 33 and 34 Act disclosure and reporting experience. Representation of public companies on governance issues and Board support. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize and work independently. Practical, proactive, business-savvy and results-oriented. A team player focused on helping others achieve corporate objectives; ability to lead cross-functional groups and operate in a fast-paced, flexible culture. High ethical standards; ability to maintain the confidentiality of non-public corporate information.
Legal 4 - 7 Full-time 2019-11-18

Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate And Securities

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate and Securities Duties: Manage the preparation of SEC, UK and other international securities filings. Assist with the disclosure committee process and ensure compliance with SEC, UK and Nasdaq rules and regulations. Partner with investor relations, public relations and internal communications teams in drafting and reviewing press releases, earnings releases, investor presentations and other materials, as well as addressing other analyst, media and communication matters. Provide legal support, corporate governance advice and best practices on matters relating to the board of directors and its committees. Manage corporate structure, including formation, dissolution and restructuring of global subsidiaries. Support stock plan administration activities, including employee education and the management of insider trading policy, trading windows and 10b5-1 plans. Provide legal advice and guidance to various cross-functional teams, including treasury, tax, finance, human resources and risk and compliance, on a range of corporate matters. Develop and improve policies, processes, playbooks, and form documents to help scale. Support major transactions, including M&A and other strategic transactions, as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree and a state bar member in good standing. 4-7 years of combined law-firm and in-house corporate experience. Significant experience with public-company reporting requirements, including preparation and coordination of securities filings with minimal oversight. Highly proficient knowledge of SEC and Nasdaq listing rules and regulations. Excellent business judgment and strategic thinking skills with the ability to assess and tolerate legal risk in a pragmatic, flexible, and creative way. Skilled at communicating legal concepts and priorities to non-legal teams clearly, succinctly and diplomatically. Excited to continually improve processes and drive operational excellence within an environment that is fast-paced, complex, and fluid. Can execute under pressure and within tight timelines, with tremendous organization and attention to detail and a strong sense of ownership. Ability to work effectively with and manage outside counsel. Is a team player with high integrity, humility, a healthy sense of humor and a how-can-I-help, get-it-done attitude.
Legal 4 - 7 Full-time 2019-11-16

Counsel - Securities

Miami FL Counsel - Securities The candidate will: Assisting in preparing and reviewing SEC and NYSE filings, such as 34 Act reports, Proxy Statements and Section 16 filings, and assisting with the Companys public and private securities offerings; Preparing and providing guidance on corporate governance documents, such as Board committee charters, corporate governance principles and code of ethics, as well as company policies, such as Regulation FD and stock trading policies; Conducting research and providing guidance on securities and corporate governance related issues and providing legal guidance on compliance issues including Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank issues; analyzing and providing legal advice on disclosure issues; Preparing and drafting documents for and assist in closing corporate and commercial transactions, such as financings and acquisitions; Working with the Company's finance group on a wide variety of financing transactions, including credit and lending facilities, letters of credit, bank guarantees, and intra-company financing arrangements; Collaboration on or completion of projects that may be assigned from time to time to support the Legal team and/or Company business needs. Must have J.D. and admission to at least one U.S. State Bar; and excellent academic credentials. Should have 3-5 years of relevant experience, in-house experience preferred, including experience with executive compensation plans and related rules and regulations. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail a must. Must have strong verbal and written communication skills. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2019-11-11
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Corporate Attorney
In-House,Veterinary Business Advisors, Inc
Location : Whitehouse New Jersey United States

Job Overview Veterinary Business Advisors, Inc. (?VBA?) seeks a Corporate Attorney licensed to practice in either New Jersey, Pennsylvania or New York with 5+ years of experience in corporate / business and transactional matters including a minimu... + read more

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Corporate - M&A Attorney / Corporate - Securities and Capital Markets Attorney / Labor & Employment
Refer job# GBJN147130
 
Counsel The candidate will manage a broad range of legal matters with a focus on litigation and dispute resolution involving customers, suppliers, employees, and other third parties. Will collaborate with business leaders and cross-functional teams to effectively mitigate commercial risks, support corporate strategies and business objectives, and effectively advise and train business personnel concerning day-to-day commercial, contractual, compliance and other corporate matters. Handle and lead a variety of legal matters, including complex legal matters, and projects. Lead project teams and cross-functional groups. Supervise and provide direction to other team members. Provide practical and actionable advice to management on legal matters, developments and changes in laws and regulations, develops policies and ensures compliance in those areas. Negotiate, draft, and review legal documents and agreements to accomplish business objectives.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree with excellent academic credentials. Must be a PA licensed attorney with a diverse legal background and 6+ years (8+ years preferred) of experience handling a variety of complex commercial and dispute-related matters. Should have significant experience in a law firm, preferably a national or major regional firm, or in-house department, preferably for a large corporation. Must have subject matter expertise in one ore more practice areas, including business litigation, commercial law and sales, mergers and acquisitions, employment law, securities and financing, etc. Complex legal document drafting, review, and negotiations skills are required.
 
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Legal, Securities Division Marquee Attorney, Vice President
Refer job# KPDN147089
 
Legal, Securities Division Marquee Attorney, Vice President Principal Responsibilities: Advise on the strategy, development, expansion and marketing of the Marquee platform, including legal and regulatory analysis of new platform initiatives across digital products (data, software and content) and asset classes (stock, bonds, indices, derivatives, synthetics, interest rate products) delivered through APIs, review of marketing initiatives and advising on the competitive landscape. Lead the development of the Legal Department model to manage structuring, negotiation and approval of client commercial arrangements for Marquee products and services, including considerations for click-through and service level arrangements, cyber and information security protocols, cloud storage, cross- border tax and regulatory implications, including MiFID II and Investment Advisors Act of 1940. Serve as central coordinator within the Legal Department for cross asset initiatives. Partner with the technology and contracts legal and vendor management teams on licensing and market data analysis. Manage outside counsel. Collaborate across control groups to drive execution and ensure consistency in risk management.

The candidate should have 7+ years legal experience post JD degree. Experience in advising on digital platforms for financial products and/or data services offered by financial services institutions. Substantive knowledge of broker dealer regulation, including Securities Exchange Act, Bank Holding Company and Financial Holding Company regulatory principles and intellectual property and privacy laws. Outstanding law firm credentials and relevant in-house experience in financial services company or fin-tech. Excellent organizational skills with the ability to manage several simultaneous projects under deadlines. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; the ability to clearly articulate ideas and develop stakeholder relationships.
 
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Director, Corporate Counsel, Corporate Securities Governance
Refer job# QWUG147100
 
Director, Corporate Counsel, Corporate Securities Governance Duties: Will work as a member of the Corporate & Securities team in the Law & Corporate Affairs Department to ensure compliance with public company reporting and filing requirements, and to support Starbucks corporate governance, securities law compliance, Treasury and 34 Act disclosures. The areas of focus for this role will include 34 Act compliance (including proxy statement oversight), treasury work (bond offerings, share repurchases, and hedging instruments), Board of Directors support (including support for the Compensation Committee of the Starbucks Board of Directors). Will lead cross-functional projects with other Starbucks teams. Provide strategic legal counsel to leaders including the General Counsel, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, vp, Investor Relations, Chief Partner Officer and Board of Directors committees. Team with L&CA partners and business partners to provide cross-functional support, including on corporate governance, treasury matters, 34 Act reporting and other public company compliance and disclosures.

Qualifications: JD Degree from accredited law school. License to practice law in pertinent jurisdictions. 9+ years of relevant substantive legal experience in a law firm or company legal department. Experience managing cross-functional teams or projects. Preferred candidates will have experience both in law firm and in-house public company environments, and will have significant experience with federal securities laws, general corporate governance, corporate finance and strategic commercial transactions, preparation of proxy statements and shareholder meeting materials.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate And Securities
Refer job# ZAKN147000
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate And Securities The candidate will be responsible for: Manage the preparation of SEC filings, including Form 10-K, Form 10-Q, Form 8-K, proxy statements and Section 16 filings, assist with Disclosure Committee process and ensure Oktas compliance with NASDAQ listing rules and requirements. Support Investor Relations, Marketing and Communications teams, including drafting and reviewing press releases, earnings releases, investor presentations and other materials, advise on Regulation FD and address other analyst, media and communication matters. Prepare for annual stockholder meetings, including planning and logistics. Assist in the coordination of board and committee meetings and provide legal support and governance advice on matters relating to board and committee best practices. Assist with corporate structure, including formation and maintenance of domestic and international subsidiaries and restructuring of corporate entities. Support major transactions, including M&A and strategic transactions. Coordinate with and efficiently manage external counsel. Assist on other matters as needed. Must have J.D. degree, strong academic credentials and California state bar membership. Should have 5+ years of relevant legal experience at a top firm or in-house (a combination is a plus). Must have significant experience coordinating securities filings, including Form 10-K, Form 10-Q, Form 8-K, proxy statements and Section 16 filings. Should have experience working with the SEC and NASDAQ, with significant knowledge of the 33 Act, 34 Act, Regulation FD and NASDAQ listing rules.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel, Securities & Governance
Refer job# XCOI146978
 
Associate General Counsel, Securities & Governance Responsibilities: Advise the company and senior leadership on all aspects of the business on business risks and opportunities through a public company lens. In-house legal expert responsible for our public company reporting. Prepare and review Integers SEC filings, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, S-8s and Section 16 filings, and ensure compliance with SEC and NYSE rules and regulations. Oversee policies and procedures relating to securities law compliance and disclosure matters, including the administration of Integers Insider Trading Policy. Serve as Assistant Secretary, advising on and supporting Integers corporate governance policies and matters, including reviewing/preparing Board and Committee agendas and materials, ensuring compliance with Board and Committee policies and charter documents, and drafting minutes. Partner with the Investor Relations on compliance oversight, investor engagement activities, and Integers Annual Meeting. Review external communications, including press releases, investor presentations, and other announcements, and significant internal communications. Advise on ISS/Glass Lewis voting policies. Stay up-to-date and keep relevant teams advised on external governance trends, SEC and NYSE developments, and best practices in an evolving regulatory landscape. Partner with Integers Human Resources team and have experience advising on company executive compensation practices, including senior management agreements, stock plan administration, executive agreements, incentive bonus plans and programs, severance plans and guidelines, and any related public company disclosure considerations. Collaborate with the Treasury and Accounting teams to ensure compliance with our credit. You understand accounting and corporate finance. Lead and support other projects from time to time, such as financing transactions. Work closely with our internal audit, SOX, and compliance teams and advise on public company compliance matters. Adheres to Integer Values and all safety, environmental, security and quality requirements including, but not limited to: Quality Management Systems (QMS), Safety, Environmental and Security Management Systems, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations, company policies and operating procedures, and other regulatory requirements. Performs other duties and functions as required.

Qualifications: JD Degree of Law. Must have 10+ years of substantive corporate securities and governance experience with a public company or a nationally recognized law firm. Extensive experience dealing with Boards of Directors and Committees. Competence as a lawyer; ability to manage heavy workload in a high-pressure environment. Good communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills within and across departments and externally; must be proactive in providing counsel to clients. Sound judgment; ability to clearly make reasoned recommendations; ability to cross think and determine who should be kept informed. Self-starter with good business sense and a sense of urgency, honesty and fairness. Good team player, calm under pressure. Self-confident and inspires confidence from clients. Proficiency in Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint and all web-based applications.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel, Securities
Refer job# HVAE146965
 
Senior Counsel, Securities The candidate will provide legal advice primarily regarding securities matters and corporate governance. Responsible for all corporate governance and securities matters. Manage all aspects of 1933 and 1934 Act compliance, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, S-8s, etc. Provide general public company representation, including with respect to annual meetings, earnings calls, stockholder and investor matters, listing exchange (NYSE) compliance, insider trading and Regulation FD compliance. Serve as primary legal support to finance department, including with respect to capital allocation, equity and debt offerings, large financing transactions, strategic transactions and M&A. Assist with preparation for and management of Board of Directors matters, meetings, and other governance related matters. Serve as primary legal support to executive compensation and benefits department, including supporting the 401(k) committee and stock plan administration. Manage all subsidiaries, including all governance- and compliance-related matters. Review earnings and non-earnings related press releases.

The candidate should have 5 to 15 years of securities legal experience in a law firm and/or corporation. J.D. from a top tier law school. Track record of initiative, problem solving, ownership of projects, and intellectual curiosity. Strong negotiation, interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills. Experienced in providing strategic and practical advice to business functions at all levels. Strong organizational and time management skills required. Team player who can work independently as well as collaboratively. Excellent judgment and discretion required. Ability to work in a matrix organization. Ability to influence business partners with a calm and professional demeanor. Previous in-house experience is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Counsel, Securities
Refer job# QAMZ146966
 
Senior Counsel, Securities The candidate will provide legal advice primarily regarding securities matters and corporate governance. Responsible for all corporate governance and securities matters. Manage all aspects of 1933 and 1934 Act compliance, including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, S-8s, etc. Provide general public company representation, including with respect to annual meetings, earnings calls, stockholder and investor matters, listing exchange (NYSE) compliance, insider trading and Regulation FD compliance. Serve as primary legal support to finance department, including with respect to capital allocation, equity and debt offerings, large financing transactions, strategic transactions and M&A. Assist with preparation for and management of Board of Directors matters, meetings, and other governance related matters. Serve as primary legal support to executive compensation and benefits department, including supporting the 401(k) committee and stock plan administration. Manage all subsidiaries, including all governance- and compliance-related matters. Review earnings and non-earnings related press releases. 5 to 15 years of securities legal experience in a law firm and/or corporation. J.D. from a top tier law school. Track record of initiative, problem solving, ownership of projects, and intellectual curiosity. Strong negotiation, interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills. Experienced in providing strategic and practical advice to business functions at all levels. Strong organizational and time management skills required. Excellent judgment and discretion required. Previous in-house experience is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate & Securities
Refer job# LYGV146967
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate and Securities Duties: Assisting internal SEC reporting team on preparation and filing of periodic reports on Form 10-Q and Form 10-K and current reports on Form 8-K, proxy statements, Section 16 filings, and other public company disclosure and capital markets issues. Collaborating on earnings releases, support the activities of the Disclosure Committee and assist in the preparation of annual stockholder meetings. Supporting our business teams in strategic transactions, like recent acquisitions of StorReduce and Compuverde. Assisting with corporate governance matters, including Board and Committee support, policies and charters. Ensuring compliance with NYSE rules. Administering and maintaining public company policies and procedures, including our Insider Trading Policy, and administration related to Pures EIP, ESPP, and 10b5-1 trading plans. Providing strategic legal advice to finance, communications, investor relations, HR, tax, and corporate development groups. Expanding responsibilities beyond corporate and securities to any number of areas may find interesting and helpful to long-term career goals.

Qualifications: JD Degree and California Bar with excellent academic credentials. 4-7 years of top-notch relevant experience in a national law firm and/or in-house role. 33 and 34 Act disclosure and reporting experience. Representation of public companies on governance issues and Board support. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent organizational skills and ability to prioritize and work independently. Practical, proactive, business-savvy and results-oriented. A team player focused on helping others achieve corporate objectives; ability to lead cross-functional groups and operate in a fast-paced, flexible culture. High ethical standards; ability to maintain the confidentiality of non-public corporate information.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate And Securities
Refer job# XHJT146944
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Corporate and Securities Duties: Manage the preparation of SEC, UK and other international securities filings. Assist with the disclosure committee process and ensure compliance with SEC, UK and Nasdaq rules and regulations. Partner with investor relations, public relations and internal communications teams in drafting and reviewing press releases, earnings releases, investor presentations and other materials, as well as addressing other analyst, media and communication matters. Provide legal support, corporate governance advice and best practices on matters relating to the board of directors and its committees. Manage corporate structure, including formation, dissolution and restructuring of global subsidiaries. Support stock plan administration activities, including employee education and the management of insider trading policy, trading windows and 10b5-1 plans. Provide legal advice and guidance to various cross-functional teams, including treasury, tax, finance, human resources and risk and compliance, on a range of corporate matters. Develop and improve policies, processes, playbooks, and form documents to help scale. Support major transactions, including M&A and other strategic transactions, as needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree and a state bar member in good standing. 4-7 years of combined law-firm and in-house corporate experience. Significant experience with public-company reporting requirements, including preparation and coordination of securities filings with minimal oversight. Highly proficient knowledge of SEC and Nasdaq listing rules and regulations. Excellent business judgment and strategic thinking skills with the ability to assess and tolerate legal risk in a pragmatic, flexible, and creative way. Skilled at communicating legal concepts and priorities to non-legal teams clearly, succinctly and diplomatically. Excited to continually improve processes and drive operational excellence within an environment that is fast-paced, complex, and fluid. Can execute under pressure and within tight timelines, with tremendous organization and attention to detail and a strong sense of ownership. Ability to work effectively with and manage outside counsel. Is a team player with high integrity, humility, a healthy sense of humor and a how-can-I-help, get-it-done attitude.
 
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Counsel - Securities
Refer job# PQDO146904
 
Counsel - Securities The candidate will: Assisting in preparing and reviewing SEC and NYSE filings, such as 34 Act reports, Proxy Statements and Section 16 filings, and assisting with the Companys public and private securities offerings; Preparing and providing guidance on corporate governance documents, such as Board committee charters, corporate governance principles and code of ethics, as well as company policies, such as Regulation FD and stock trading policies; Conducting research and providing guidance on securities and corporate governance related issues and providing legal guidance on compliance issues including Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd-Frank issues; analyzing and providing legal advice on disclosure issues; Preparing and drafting documents for and assist in closing corporate and commercial transactions, such as financings and acquisitions; Working with the Company's finance group on a wide variety of financing transactions, including credit and lending facilities, letters of credit, bank guarantees, and intra-company financing arrangements; Collaboration on or completion of projects that may be assigned from time to time to support the Legal team and/or Company business needs. Must have J.D. and admission to at least one U.S. State Bar; and excellent academic credentials. Should have 3-5 years of relevant experience, in-house experience preferred, including experience with executive compensation plans and related rules and regulations. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail a must. Must have strong verbal and written communication skills.
 
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